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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 19, 1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Mrs. Range 'Asks/ Muhammad AH to Speak Here I


A standing room only crowdis
expected on Sunday when
Strong. Gun LawsOn Minister Muhammad All (or
Cassius Clay if you wish) will
be the principal speaker at..
I On a motion by Commis- ing of a 14-year-old boy anda Muhammad's Mosque No. 29,
sioner Athalie Range Monday, delivery truck driver In Mi- at 7th Avenue and 53rdStreet. (
\ Miami Commissioners unanimously ami. The controversial heavy-
I approved new provisions Rice cautioned that limitingthe weight boxing champion,
I for controlling sale sale of weapons would not whose attorneys are waging a
and carrying of all types of necessarily prevent criminals relentless battle to keep him
firearms from obtaining them since regulations out of the military service, is
The provisions Include: are adhered toby spending a short visit here.
An Increase In the waiting law-abiding citizens, "but the The youthful minister will
rC7\At period between purchase and criminal, in total disregard of speak at the Mosque at two
delivery of firearms from 24 the law is generally well o'clock. He will also speak at
to 72 hours. armed." 8:00 p.m. Sunday night at the I
Detailed applications giving Rice noted that citizens, par- Masonic Hall, N.W. 10th St.,
more Information about the ticularly those that are mem- SPEAKS SUNDAY AT MOSQUE C and 3rd Avenue.
,: purchaser. bers of gun clubs and hunting
Placing the burden on the sel- associations "are extremely
ler to notify police of all gun jealous of their right to pos- Still No Clues in Teenager's ''I
sales at least 48 hours before sess arms" for sports and

I delivery to the purchaser. protection of their homes and Shooting Reward OfferedCharles I
One-year jail term for all businesses.He ;

persons convicted of illegally said the answer to the pro Allen has offered a who reportedly jumped from
I carrying firearms. blem does not seem to be in
reward of $200 to the person the car had meant to kill some-
of all of these absolute prohibition but rather
Application re-
one else as this had
who finds the killer of his 14- boy never
gulations to rifles and shot- assisting police in control of trouble with
5 year-old son, Charles Jr., on any anyone.
t' w Np guns as well as handguns. weapons he said. 5. Charles Allen wants to knowif
April
Jack Rice, City attorney, was The city attorney suggested "I feel by offering money it was a mistake, and who
Instructed to draft ordinances establishing statewide records somebody might start talk made it. He lives at 2209 N.W.
embodying these provisions.He In firearms registra- ing," the father said. 73rd Street and his telephone
r said the one-year jail sen- tions. He added that out-of- number is 6960165."I .
tence would require approval state mail order houses should Young Allen was shot in an can't bring my kid back to
,,., I I by the Legislature since Mi- also be prohibited from selling alley behind 2100N.W.74thSt. life bull would like to know why
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'6 0S ami Municipal Court is now guns "without adequate restriction His friends said that his kil- he was killed," said Allen.
I I limited to sentences of 60 days or notice of sale to ling had to be a case of mistaken "I'll just feel better UI
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S 'jta.Jail anda $500 fine. the official local.oUfcials." identity and that the men know."

She Be Miss USA? "commissioner Range asked -- -
Will for legislative action to make The Miami Times has long ;r';,,1'',." ",>1',J";1'I'r1... ..
law state been speaking out against the
the proposed Miami I
Pretty Sonia/ Dunson, the Detroit teacher and model wide. ease with which irresponsible i' ;

,: who won the Miss Michigan 1967 contest, will pit her "1 realize these are stringent persons obtain and carry firearms ;
feminine attributes against 51 other beauties. from allover ," she said."But I feel they locally. In recent years :
the country for the title of Miss USA. The con- are most necessary in view of columnist Dave Bondu has rF. ;! :
test terminates Saturday night at Miami Beach Audito- recent events. persistently suggested In his
rium. Mrs. Range earlier referred "Around Miami," ways of
With black hair and brown eyes, Sonia/ Is 5'6" and/ specifically to the fatal shoot- correcting this evil. : : ;
weighs 125 pounds. Her well-defined proportions are : .
35.24.36 At 25 Sonia is the oldest girl in the contest. ( ,

. Daughter of a retired engineer, she attended Wayne Mosby Named to FAA PostPaul \1 1 l >I I I1 ,:!'\ !', .> .. .

State University and University of Michigan. She wantsto I I ',,-.'' ,,:; '' "
be an actress and also to obtain a PhD in counseling. If. Boatman, area man- if I : .: J'1:" {' '.
; House of Photography photo. ager, Federal Aviation Ad- ,
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ministration, announced the kit '.
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appointment of Nathaniel .; ,;
$235,000 AIIoteiIFor i Mosby to his personnel staff as ., ."'
Intergroup and Employee Re-
lations specialist for the area
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office. Prior to joining the
Federal Aviation Administration -
Management _
; Mosby was Buildings
Manager for G\neralServices
h Administration. Mosby, a
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Training Here


1 I The Rockefeller Foundation politan Mortgage Co and Dade

", has made a grant of $235,000 County.
graduate of Morehouse College -
Several directors argued that
Economic Opportunity
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t and Atlanta University,
for a" their efforts should be directed -
Inc. management
; Program for toward those less able to came to Miami In July 1964
internship"
program. help themselves than college from Atlanta.In e
Negro college graduates.The graduates.EOPI his new position, Mosby
aid of the three-year will be responsible for plan- McDuffie Wins Silver Knight I
program is to train Negroeswho surveys done before ning, developing and imple-
can meet the educational seeking the program, show menting the area program of Alvin McDuffie, talented Alvin is the son of Mr.and
requirements but who lack the that teaching Is almost the only r employment opportunity for Jackson High School senior, Mrs. Collis McDuffie. He has
experience necessary to get "white collar" field which Ne- minority group members, won the coveted Silver Knight performed in leading roles at
K management jobs In industryand gro graduates now enter physically and mentally handi- Award for Drama at Miami the University of Miami
government.; freely. capped persons and other em- Herald's annual presentationat Drama Festival and Miami-
" Negroes between the ages of The tendency of employersto ployment and employee de- Dade County Auditoriumlast Dade Junior College as well as
' 21 and 30 who graduated from seek only "exceptional" velopment programs of special Thursday night. at Jackson. He has also dancedin
college within the last three Negroes to integrate their i interest. The purpose of the award is ballets, among them The
years will be recruited as management staffs, helps to Mosby will work closely with to recognize the service of out- Nutcracker Suite, Peter and
trainees. About 180 of them complicate their problems in 42 Years of Service area officials, minority group standing seniors in the local the Wolf, and Swan Lake.
will be placed with cooperating trying to enter other fields. Sunday, May 21, at 3.00 p.m. organizations, educational Institutions schools so that they may rea- Alvin serves as vicepresident -
businesses and government Shortcomings In their educa- in the school's cafetorium, the and other govern- lize their leadership respon- of the student council, Is
agencies which will share the tion and the lack of previous West Dunbar Elementary ment agencies.-tle will also sibilities to themselves and to a member of N.F.L., Pep, Hi-
cost of training with EOPI. experience make such appli- School family is paying tribute visit educational and rehabili the community. Y service clubs,bowling team,
who have to tation institutions to acquaint Beautiful trophies and cash I.C.C., president of the Thes-
t 1. Among employers cants few, the EOPI noted. their principal, Mrs Grace
. agreed to participate are Dun Benson Albert, who Is retiring students and faculty of job awards went to winners in each pians and was chosen most
and Bradstreet, Food Fair The internship program is after 42 years In the field of qualification requirementsand of 14 classifications ranging popular senior boy. Alvin who
Stores, Wometco Enterprises, designed to overcome these education. Dr. Joe Hall, encourage students to develop from mathematics to social has five brothers and four sisters
Eastern and Pan American hindrances through orienta- superintendent of DadeCounty skills; assist school administrators science. McDuffie is the third plans to study dramatic
Airlines, Park Lane Cafeterias tion and counseling, on-the- Public Schools is the guest and counselorsIn Negro to win a Silver Knight arts and creative dancing at
Franklin Federal Savings job training and job placement speaker. The public Is cor- planning curriculum to prepare Award In the nine years of the Tuskegee Institute-House of
and Loan Association, Metro efforts. dially invited. students for FAA jobs. program. Photography photo.

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PACT Presents Grass Roofs

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Forum Sunday .


On Sunday, May 21, at 4:00 the Housing and Urban De- hot it will be because of the
p.m. PACT(Planning, Action, velopment Department of Dade housing conditions in our com-
And Communication Team), County, will speak on the topic munity. With this in mind, he
presents its first monthly "The Future of Housing in stated that PACT feels 11 has
community forum. The forum Dade County." the responsibility and obliga-
will be held at Dade Federal William Wynn, president of tion to the community to estab-
Savings and Loan Association PACT, states that housing is lish dialogue between those
located, at 5800 N.W.7th Ave the key issue in Dade County who are in need and those who
!
Mr. Haley Sofge, Director of today. He feels that if Miami's can satisfy this need. 14= I
Miami Housing Authority and summer is going to be long and The public is cordially invit- af, "
ed to come out and express ;t

BTW your grievances, your desires ,1
and your recommendations _
as they relate to housing. 1
Guidance PACT is a communal asso- f-
ciation made up of a coalitionof
responsible Negro citizens.
Irs five objectives are: } Ji :

Dept. stN ((1)) To bring together in one ,--------
group persons of the Negro
community to take aggressive FRAN TARKENTON HIGHLIGHTS

Schedules action on issues and programs TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE ALL-SPORTS BANQUETFran

which affect the Negro com- Tarkenton, second from right, star quarterback for the New York Giants of
munity. the NFL, and Marketing Specialist for The Coco.Co/10 Company, was main speakerat
Noted (2) To provide an organiza- a recent All-Sports Banquet attended by some 300 faculty members and studentsat
tional framework through Tuskegee Institute in Tuskegee, Alabama.
which programs can be sufficiently Standing with Mt. Tarkenton is Charles Boone, left, account executive for The
Sneakers researched analyzed. Coca-Cola Company, Dr Edward Jackson, second from left, athletic director at
.- --- interpreted and presented as a Tuskegeo Institute and Dr. Russell Brown, right, vice-president Tuskegee Institute.
MRS. DEBORAH P. WOLFE basis for making realistic de-

TEACHERS' WORKSHOPDr. cisions suited to the needs,

Deborah P. Wolfe, noted author, educator, lecturer and values, problems, and goals of OUR CLASSIFIED ADS BRING RESULTS
former Education Chief for the House Representatives,USA, the Negro community.
will be the speaker for the faculty workshop May 25. Empha- (3) To meet with public and
sizing the importance of good human relationships; and, the private agency officials and
teaching of disadvantaged children, will be the focus for this their governing bodies rela- Does Coca-Cola

workshop.Past tive to planning, programing, ..." M..."
Grand Basileus of the Zeta Phi BetaSorority, Dr. Wolfeis policies, procedures and positions -
the first Negro holding a full professorship at Queens Col- with a view toward influencing have the taste
lege i n New York. She is also author of many brochures on and finalizing that
poverty and disadvantaged; and, a licensed minister. which properly meets the
These workshops are funded under the national elementary' needs, desires and best inter-
and secondary act for project schools. est of the Negro community. you never get tired of?
(4) To initiate and develop

FIRST WORKSHOP FOR SENIORSThe ways of involving more per-
sons from the Negro commu-
first workshop, held May 12,was developed through the
of the Guidance Staff the Greater Miami nity in community-decision-
cooperation B.T.W. ,
making. This should be for the ?
Urban League and the Economic Opportunity Program Inc., purpose of fostering a greater Is it always refreshing
this was a special workshop for seniors. The theme: "Tuneup -
for Negroes who had too
for tornadoes" was focused on Job interviews, filling out rple
few chances to have their
applications, proper dress and grooming for the job;and, good
voices heard on decisions af-
manners and right conduct.In .
addition to the guidance personnel, the following indivi- families fecting them and their Do things better
duals participated in sessions that opened at 8:30: a.m. and go
((5)) To develop and maintain
ended, at 11:45: a.m.:
Mrs. Miriam Pratt,Coordinator guidance projects Dade information on those policy-
making bodies that exert the Cokeafter
County Public Schools; Mr. Morris Abrams, Mgr, Wright with
most influence on the life-
Sales Company, Inc; Mrs. Shirley Zoloth,Education Program ,,
chance factors of Dade
Director, EOPI; Miss Susan Liss, EOPI; Mr. Eddie Bunyanand
DCT Students; EOPI Staff;and Mr.Calvin Jennings, Asso- County's Negro population.Including Coke after Coke ?
but not limited to the
ciate Director for Training and Employment Greater Miami .. ....
Urban League. City and County Commission, 111 r r..r w .Il.or bAsk
the School Board, Zoining and
The printed programs distributed were made by the EOPI
Board the State Wel-
Appeals
,
Staff. Robert Poitier, BTW alumnus, 1958,EON Graphic Arts
specialist designed the cover for the program. fare Department, the Urban schoolteacher Shirley Haslev Let her tell you.
Renewal the Econo-
Over 200 seniors participated in the workshop. Agency, Write Mrs Shirley Haslev, P.O.BOil 2867 San Francisco.Calif 94126You
mic Opportunity Program J" I lg Pr !III'
Inc., and the Miami Housing
WORKSHOP FOR STUDENTS AND TEACHERS Authority,

"Uncorking your hidden talents" will be the topic discussedby For further information,
Ray R. Monsalvtge, when he speaks to juniors and seniors contact T. W. Fair,Public Re-
May 24. The group will assemble, at 11:30: a.m. to hear this lations Chairman, at
outstanding speaker. This will be the second in a series of 691-3311.
workshops designed to "tune up" for the future.According to

Mrs. Mayme E. Williams, Assistant Principal for Guidance,
"It is the aim of this lecture to emphasize the importance of

developing a positive self concept." Gef
Mr. Monsalvatge Is a nationally known educator, lecturerand
motivator with business and industry. He has spoken at SLICK BLACK
over 2,000 schools in the USA; inSouthAmerica and in Eu- DOUBLE ACTION
rope. Based in Dayton, Ohio, he speaks fondly of his Museum 1 /COLORS GRAY HAIR JIM
.of Natural History.Dayton is also thebirthplace and "shrine"for 2 MESSES HAIR IN PIKE
Paul Laurence Dunbar. tJ 1 1 <

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THF MIAMI TIMES. Friday, May 19, 1967 3I

I Grandparents Day Celebration 60

Sunday At JESCA ,

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Grandparents will have a day each communitythose benefitsand the commissioners of the Dis-
of their own Sunday, May 21. opportunities which will trict of Columbia, and appro-'
Members of the Golden Age add satisfaction and dignity to priate officials in other areas
Club of James E. Scott Com the lives of older Americans.I subject to the Jurisdiction of
munity Association, United also invite the Governors of the United States to loin in the
Fund Agency, have been celebrating the States, the Governor of the observance of Senior Citizens T Jr
it for seven years. commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Month."
This year Governor Claude ,
Kirk, Mayor Chuck Hall and
Gibson Runs For Miami
Mayor Robert King High have
issued proclamations declar-
ing the third Sunday in May Beach Personnel BoardMiami
(May 21sO as Grandparents
Day as an official day in Senior Beach City employeeJohn ami and has been a Beach city Lr
;; Citizens month. J. Gibson, 2201 N.W. 56th employee for three years. He a} _
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t Copies of the proclamation Street, Miami, is the first Ne- wnd his wife, Mrs.Ann Gibson, .? rr.. 1
,h have been mailed to senior gro to run for election May 22 have two children, John, five, f.! t
1 citizen centers, homes for the by his co-workers In city employees and Prince, four years old.
aged, convalescent homes, group 3 as a represen- Election of members to the
churches and temples. tative on the city's personnel Personnel Board Representative -
JESCA, a neighborhood cen- board.A slate by city employeeswill ;
ter, was founded in 1925 and maintenance worker at the take place between 7:00 ..{ t ___
has pioneered in many pro- Beach auditorium and Con- a.m. and 7:00: p.m.on Monday, ___ (
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grams. The Golden Age Club vention Hall, which embraces May 22, at the office of the city
has Just celebrated its 19th Jackie Gleason's Peekskill timekeeper, 2nd Street and Alton Officers of the Miami Branch of the National Alliance of Postal and Federal
Anniversary. It was one of the Enterprises, Inc., boxing pro- Road, Miami Beach. Employees journeyed to Washington. C. recently to attend the CongressionalDinner.
first in the country.It moter Chris Dundee's offices, Gibson is campaigning on the Congressman and Mrs. Claude Pepper were the dinner guests of the Miami
will be a great day for among others, Gibson,a grad simple slogan of "John J. delegation which included Edward Hanna, vice pres.; Clyde Young, pres. and Sam
Grandparents. CommissionerM. uate of Booker T. WashingtonHigh Gibson for better working con- Armstrong, dist. sect., not shown.
Athalie Range will be the School, is a native of Mi dftns.
guest speaker. Special attention -' Musolites Plan
Tour July 28-August 10
will be paid to the oldest New Column On Business ;1

and youngest grandparent and Plan now to enjoy a well- Court of arbitration and many Transportation, sightseeing,
to the one with the most grand- Begins This WeekThis planned Greyhound amazing other points along the old barbary hotel accommodations and
children. The program will be American tour for 14 days with coast. baggage handling are all Inclusive i
at 4:00: p.m. Sunday afternoon. week the Miami Times Business Guidance and members of the Musolite Plan now to live at the Bllt- in the cost of the trip.This \ ,
The public is invited whether initiates a new weekly column Development Center, Howard Social Club. This amazinglylow more Hotel in Los Angeles,the is a trip that you cannot afford \
you are a grandparent or not. "Sound Business Management University, to impress upon cost and facinating trip, Sheraton-Palace in San Fran to miss.
The oldest grandparent in Practices." Each article will small businessmen the impor- with its detailed Itinerary, cisco and the Frasno Haciendo Limited capacity for. reservations
JESCA's Golden Age Club is deal with a problem encountered tance practicing sound business covers four nights in Los Angeles Hotel in Fresno.Complementing. and othe details call
Mrs. patsy Evans who cele- by most small businessmen management, and to offer
this
two nights in San Fran- wonderful now: Mrs. Geneva Henry, at
brated her 121st birthday in expecially Negro small factual information and cisco and one night in Fresno. trip will be the enroute 235-1238; Mrs. Thelma
February. businessmen, and suggests suggestions to help them operate Los Angeles tours include ro- tours of Yosemite national Aranha, at 235-1944; Mrs. -
President Lyndon B.Johnson solutions.The more effectively and pro- mantic San Antonio; the Rio park, Sequoia national park, Marguerite Miller, at 635-
stated, "Let each citizen help, fitably. We all agree that .this Grande over the international and the Grand canyon. 8885; Bill 3061 N.W. 52nd St.
in whatever way he can, to articles are written by is one of the areas where thereis bridge to Juarez,Mexico;Hollywood .--,
make this month memorableby Dr. Wilford L. White and are much still to be done. Beverly Hills, UCLA,
working to provide within part of the efforts of the Small We welcome your comments.E1111'. La Brea Pits, Knott's Berry
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May
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 1$, 1967Officet . ,




J T % &? e To Be Equal



6530NW 15th Ave., Miami, Fla. 33147. Phoned 691-0421 \ by Whitney M. Young Jr.

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher By Booker T. Hayes \ Y
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor Executive Director National Urban League
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE, City Editor
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor The Era Of Protest
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Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association The War On PovertyThe
Mahammad Ali has become the nucleus of a movement that

'SUBSCRIPTION RATES may in time become known as the era of protest. Proof of suchan
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.0,0 era is all around us.We find it in every segment of American war on poverty is the sponsibilities and started
life. Not only is it found in America, but throughout the name given to the broad range their own programs. But this
Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post operated by the Of- would never happen if it
Entered as programs
world. This right, which we call the right to dissent, has been
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 fice of Economic OpportunityOEO weren't for the local antipoverty -
brought into focus by the young people who constitute a majority -
and their articu-
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The of the world's population. Their aim is to register dis- ( ) These programs have groups
believes that America eon best lead been under way since 1964,and late and dynamic poor repre-
NEGRO PRESS cord with many of the principles and practices they find im-
the world from racial and notional antagonism when It accords possible to accept. It could pro per 1 y be te r m e d the era of while they never got enough sentatives. Unfortunately, it is
to every man regardless of his race, creed or color his moral revolution. The American version is an honest attempt money to live up to being call this very independence of the
and Hating no man, fearing no man-the which has caused the
human legal rights. to make the democratic dream a reality. ed a "war" against poverty, poor
Negro Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that they do constitute broad most controversy.
Everyone is amazed or astonished at the interest In nationaland
all men ore hurt as long as anyone Is held boclc.me frontal attack on the problems Community action funds have
domestic affairs base
expressed by our young people.They
of the In its first two been cut and many local pro-
their opinions on their own personal involvement. They fail to poor.
will have to be discontinued
realize that todays high school education is equivalent to that years, the war on poverty has grams -
otcbnolt served more than 9 million Among these was a
JEcUior'sOUR of a second year college student of 25 years ago. They have
failed to keep pace with the changes made in the educational Americans, including 1.3 mil- program run by the Urban
League and two other agencies
lion children in
disadvantaged
process and are therefore unaware that political and spiritual
NEXT PRESIDENTNineteen guidelines are established it a much earlier age in today's youthAs Head Start. called ENABLE (Educationand
The importance of the war on Neighborhood Action for
a result of these earlier "convictions, it becomes neces-
hundred sixty eight is the for General Elec- Better Living Environment)
year sary for the young to indentify themselves. They are forced to poverty lies in the fact that its .
tion, including the office of President of the United!! States. As programs are geared to help- ENABLE was active In about
make a stand. Once made, the stand becomes the determiningfactor
usual it will be interesting occasion.At 60 cities attack the
an ing the poor help themselvesby helping
as to which of three catagories the youth will be classified -
the present time there are four names mentioned of can- becoming independent pro- problems facing ghetto resi-
He or she becomes either a radical, conformist or a
didates who would like to occupy the White House: Former nonconformist.The ducers in the economy,rather dents. Professional workers

Vice-President Richard Nixon, Governor Ronald Reagan of radicals are responsible for the thought that civil war than consumers of tax dollars. were assisted by aides,drawn

California, former Governor George Wallace of Alabama, and within the United States is not an impossibility. They preach Money spent on the war on pov- from the neighborhood, who
Governor Nelson Rockefeller of New York. erty is not spent, if is invested acted to motivate their neigh-
upon revolt and defiance.The conformist accepts things as they
Ye Editor has also heart that our Governor Claude Kirk bors and them from
in people l who will even- bring
are. His vote is usually based on the opinion of the majority.The .
throw his hat in the ring. It's doubtful he is that am- apathy to action. Thousands of
might non-conformist is just that. He has been unable to allign tually pay it back in the taxes

bitious. himself to any particular belief or cause. His efforts to identify they will pay on earnings from familes were "enable" to
Reports are that Pifrre Salinger, former White House himself or herself is always hampered by indecisions. As a jobs they never would have hada make better lives for them-
Secretary, has bet $4,000 that President Johnson will not seek chance to hold without the selves, but now that successful -
result, the non-conformist is capable of leaving either left or
reelection next Well it could be so but inmy humble like others
year. program. program, many ,
right so long as the action offers a change from the normal or
opinion, and I could be wrong. If he does seek reelection, in- average behavior. The Job Corps is a good example its gone.

spite of losing some popularity because of the war in Viet- Because of these dissenting opinionsnany among us have of this. The average expense The point of all of these pro-

nam, President Johnson will be reelected.Up begun to say the democratic process is a failure, but this is for each graduate of the grams is that they represent
for election will be 23 Democratic Senators and full innovations which
a Job Corps is $5,850But since established
not true. The democratic process which we are accustomedis
complement of House members. definitely a failure, but the original process envisioned by these young people are being government agencies did not

the signers of the Declaration of Independence is yet to be trained to hold better jobs, the think of or were unwilling to
CRIME COMMISSION ELECTS PRESIDENTDade tried. The interpreters of our laws have only recently begunto government will get back twice adopt. Now there is talk that

County still occupies a prominent place in the crime make a conscientious effort to make the original intent of our the cost of their training some of these programs will

world, but we must admit the authorities are doing somethingabout laws applicable to all citizens. A literate person needs onlyto through the higher taxes they be shifted out of OEO and into

it. Some arrests have been made and the Crime Com- read the constitution of the United States to recognize whata will pay in the course of their older, established agencies.This .

mission has named Sydney D. Ansin,president of the Sunbeam force our image has been. working lives.And that dosen't In itself proves the value

Television Corporation, WCKT, president of the Commission.The How does a parent find out which classification his child or include the savings on welfare of CEO's work. It proves that

new president has lived in Miami for 26 years. Other children will fall? The smart direct way is through conversa- costs which might have to be these frankly experimental

board members are: John E. Beatty, William Atwil Jr., E.: L. tion. Through conversation and discussion the parent can de- paid because .many youths i: programs; are so. successful I Ii
couldn't hold if it were i that should be absorbed
a job
Phillips Jr., W. E. Beckham, James 0. McCown, J. Charles termine the importance the child places on certain issues. they
McKee Jr., and Daniel P. Sullivan, executive vicepresident.FBI During such discussion, the parent is at liberty to question the not for this training. into the traditional framework

investigators show too much leniency,* says Carl Paul, cause behind decisions reached. If this policy is practiced often Perhaps the most important of government programs,
special agent. "Youth should be taught respect for law in the enough, an avenue of communication is established between the aspect of the war on povertyare helping to change them and

home as well as in our schools." parent and offspring that will endure long after the relation- the community action pro make them more responsive to

There was a case of robbery and aggravated assault.It endedin ship has changed. grams which give the poor, our changing times.
perhaps for the first time in That is why OEO Is so important -
the youths being put on probation. Perhaps that decision f Muhammad Ali's dissention may not be the only incident on
might have some effect on the offenders. The judge was record, but it must definitely be termed one of the most costly. their lives, a sense of control to our nation. Even if some
over their own destinies.If the of its programs are transferred -
rather considerate.
cycle of failure and poverty is has proved the need for

to be broken, it is programslike a government agency free of

VIOLENCE IN SAN FRANCISCOFrom A PLEA TO INDUSTRYThe these which will do the job. traditional approaches and

San Francisco, California, comes news that gangs of By includin g the poor on the able and willing to experimentwith

Negro youths stoned automobiles on Monday in Hunters Point Rev. Leon Sullivan, chairman of the Philadelphia Opportunities governing boards of local anti- new ideas and new ways

district, scene of two days' racial rioting last September.Other Industrialization Center, addressing a conventionat poverty agencies, OEO gives of doing things and reaching

hit-and-run incidents were reported in scattered sec- Miami Beach Tuesday, said that industry must haul down them the opportunity to remake people.
tions of the city. racial barriers and pitch in to help train the manpower it will their own neighborhoodsand Whatever happens to present
At the height of the evening rush hour on a main downtown need in coming years. deal with the local problems -OEO programs, we should always -

intersection several youths smashed a plate glass window at The nation has advanced in the 13 years since the Supreme which only they can have an agency which is

a jewelry store and fled with $10,000 worth of diamond rings. Court decision banned school segregation, "but we are a long, know. independent of established offices -
Earlier in the day, rocks were thrown through a grocery long way from our'goal of equal opportunity for all." he said. By Including the poor in the and which will serve as
store window.Is Now doors are opening as many business leaders are making planning and execution of their a catalyst, experimenting and

not that awful behaviour? conscientious effort to employ all persons on an equal opportu- programs, the 1,100 commu- developing new programs,
nity basis--particularly the non-white workers. nity action agencies performed proving they can work and then

The Rev. Sullivan called the OIC a revolution of massive op- the service of waking up pushing older agencies to accept -

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, DAILY NEWS portunity. He said it has placed more than 3,000 men and wo- some of the established social their approach and run
men in productive jobs. agencies who just weren't do- them themselves.For .

This week the Miami Times offers congratulations to the "We came to realize that integration without preparation is ing their job. Many of them information contact:

Miami Daily News upon its 71st anniversary. We have been a frustration," he said, "and that preparation has to be educa- suddenly realized that they Guichard Parris or Dolores
supporter of the Miami Daily News for more than 40 of those tion." were neglecting their re- Williams, 55 East 52nd St.,

years.
Ye Editor recalls having some type-setting done at the Mi-

ami News during the 20's when the plant was down 11th or 12th

Street. It was then the Miami Metropolis. Do You Really Care About Our Girls ?



YOUNG DEMOCRATS ENTERTAINThe Have you heard th song-Girl leased about our neighbor- Scouting i s open to all girls came a scout by developing
Scouts everywhre are singing hoods (IXORA I and IXORA II) 7 through 17 years.What about plans for organizing troops in
14th Annual Calendar Tea of the Dade County Young "Follow The Piper?" It's a (90% Negro community)that your daughter? unserved areas.

Democrats, at tIe! home of the Roosevelt's Savings and Loan beautiful song, ask a girl scoutto was overwhelming. When you Why girl scouting?To inspire We
Association last Sunday afternoon was quite a success.Speaker sing it for you.Follow The find in IXORA I, a girl population girls with the highest ideals (Girl Scout Council of

for the occasion was the Hon. Cecil Wallace Whitfield, 'Piper" is the theme song, 7-17 years an estimated of character conduct Tropical Florida, Inc. Dade
patrio-
and
Liberal of the Bahama Is- written especially for the and 488 Monroe Counties) need
chairman of the Progressive Party pro 14,043 only girls tism and service that they may
lands. He was accompanied by Mrs. Whitfield.The ject launched at the National are registered in Girl Scout become happy, resourceful you tool

Council meeting in Detroit, Troops. We are serving 1 out citizens. Girl scouting serves all girls
Commissioner Irwin
was introduced by City
speaker October 25, by our National of 29. In IXORA IICHD) 6,380 How
? Remember $8.00 buys a cam-
Through
Christie. His address dealing chiefly with the past and present a program,
Pipers, Miss Debbie girls 7 through 17 years, only to all for scout to enjoy
informative open girls, 7 through 17 pership a
political situation in the Bahamas, was inspiringand ,
Reynolds, Miss Dephane 146 are registered girl scouts.
of a wide range activities In eight days at Mahachee Girl
well received by his audience.
Tabor and Mrs. Lucian Smith. We are serving lout of 44. A the arts, home, and out of Scout Camp. It's tax deducta- ,

Musical selections were rendered by Mrs. Leila Williams, The piper project j is a nationwide sad story indeed. doors; and the democratic experience ble. Make checks payable:

solos by Mrs. Cherry Mills, and reading by Mrs. Angelina project to keep girls In a community that boasts of of making and car- IXORA Neighborhood Cam-

Stuart. already in scouting long many civic clubs, surely few rying out their own plans. pership, c/o Mrs. C. Littles,
enough for them to experiencethe would sponser a troop, serveon or Mrs. McQueen
Presiding was Mrs. Lillian Hutchinson. Commissioner whole broad expanse of the a troop committee They need you! Your under-

Athalie Range stated the occasion, Dr. Elmer Ward, chairmanof program, and to reach girls troop organizers, leaders in standing--talents, skills, interests Mrs. William Littles,Neigh-

the Board, presented special guests,and the president, Earl never reached before. their neighborhoods, work and support. borhood, chairman IXORA I,
Carroll, and Mrs. Ella Moncur, made brief remarks.A Why do I write about this? with girls, program consul Let's join forces to serve Mrs. Arthur McQueen IXORAII.
social hour ended an enjoyable afternoon. Well figures have just been re- tants. every girl who wishes to be- .


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Customers: A NeglectedSales intimidation, economic and social boycott.
By ALBERT W. COOKE
Once all vestiges of influence of the Republican Party as a
Force Plant a seed today, but do not expect a tree tomorrow. I am political factor had been removed and white people dared not
happy for the bud that burst through the ground. I am also hap candidates
offer themselves as on the Republican ticket, the
py fo the bit of improvement that I see in "things" around me. Southern Democratic Party unleashed a terroristic campaignof

I am thankful for love, freshness and promise of growth. Above murder, lynchings, burnings, disenfranchisement, forced
all I am thankful for those things that I know best. conscripted labor and complete removal of the Negro as a political -

The world as I know it is a growing thing. Civilization is to factor in state and local politics.One .

I man like a tree is to a seed. This may sound fine and dandy, the Democratic Party regained absolute control of their
but let's talk of what I know best.
state and local governmental machinery,they rmbarked on the
of a series of infamous laws commonly called "The
The nation that I know best, America, is forever growing.Our passage
Black Codes" which legalized their terroristic methods and
history clearly shows our plant-like struggle toward the
transferred to the law enforece-agencies such duties as had
sun the dawn of a brighter day. The "New Deal," the "New
previously been performed by mobs and Patriotic private societies -
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Frontier," the "Great Society," our goal generally a better ."
place for man to live.

Establishing ,. tight, dictatorial, despotic, ruling oligarchy !
The region of this country that I know best, the south, is a
which was copied by other dictators yet to come under the ban-
of It is like unto a of The
growing thing beauty. garden roses.
ners of Communism, Fascism, Nazism and Military Dictator
sections in the south are like rose bushes in a rose garden,
ship, and the rising sun of Japan.
individual in growth and nature. Things this side of the Mason-
Dixon Line has constantly changed before the Emancipation Under the banner of the confederate flat, with enthusiasm

Proclamation and also thereafter. The south is a struggling generated to mob frenzy by the Confederate yell and Dixie,*

r growing thing, ever sprouting branches, ever changing, ever with the guiding doctrine of race-hate and bigotry so deeply

r doing its best while in various stages of growth like a plant, engrained that instead of mellowing and gradually diminishing!

a thing of beauty, reaching for a place in the sun. This indeedis with tim such doctrine has actually increased in depth and intensity -
the southland.The that today and in the foreseeable future,the atmosphereof
the post-reconstruction era is dominant.

; state that I know best, Florida, bless her name, has
Not content to limit this doctrine of racial-hate bigotryto
grown, and grown, and grown. I am proud to be a Floridian.I .
ll I I Souther States, Southerners embarked with missionary zeal
have watched this state grow. I have helped her grow. This I
to spread throughout the entire United States and every part \
'/ is my beloved state with whom I am well pleased. How like a
of the world where they trod using the United States Senate and
,
plant she is. Florida, may love ever keep us true to thee, that
Congress as their official and legal vehicle. Immediately and
thou may be ever green. Florida, Florida, orange and green,
all former residents of other
completely "brainwashing"
I proudly wave that thou may bloom and grow forever.
With a little extra effort, you can turn parts of the United States and foreigners who came to the southon
live Into the total of "local southern
visits or to acceptance
your customers into a sales force that wil ]l best Miami is dear to me. It is
The city that I know very customs, traditions and laws" and demanding obesience.The .
recommend your business to friends and not a paradise, I guess, but I have never been to a paradiseand

neighbors. I have done a bit of traveling A man's home should be his result of the total effort of the Souther Democratic

kingdom, his paradise. Miami is my home and love her. This Party to expound this doctrine of racial-hate and bigotry giving -
Washington, D.C. .- Have you ever wondered why some place is my garden It is natural for one to get hurt in his gar- little or no thought and action to the economic developmentwas

small businesses attract many customers without having mud den. One can get hurt anywhere at any time. Boy, have I watched widespread poverty ignorance, poverty, hunger aid disease
advertising or promotion? A big reason is that the men who< this city grow. Why I remember when Miami was "Knee which engulfed the population White and Black, except for the

operate these businesses make their customers a part of their high to a grasshopper" Let the word go forth from this place few landed gentry and politicians, bankers, merchants and

sales force. They do the kind of things that make it easy for: that I love Miami, my family, and my Job. other commercial interests.
their customers to recommend them to other people.\ Man:]

small businessmen overlook this important sales force.Wis The Southern Democratic Party thoroughly devastated the
The people places and things that I know best are all grow-
ones do not. kOtal population of the south,that a picture of overalled
ing up with me. While I am growing, if by chance of luck, suc- white man with red-neck, deeply wrinkled, encrusted with dirt
How do customers sell?They sell by telling others about the cess, fortune or fame, I can be likened unto a mighty oak tree, 'ountenance: with his drablly dressed, blood-drained, gaunt
! benefits have from shopping at c e t a i n store to be mindful that I be cut
they gained r rich and powerful, then I want can bee wife and his hook-worm ticket, pellegra infested, swollenbellied -
t from using a certain product, or from using some service down. Success is grown by fools like me but only love permitsa children standing uncertainly on skinny misshapen +

They feel they are helping others when they tell about the experience tree to grow.What do I want to be like when I grow up? I wantto legs would have been a more appropiate symbol of the south

-- good or bad-- they have had in shopping. The be like a plant,a tree full grown. Oh love, let me stand tall, than the confederate flag, and Instead of the exuberant confederate -

wise small businessman goes out of his way to see that his, strong, wise, proud beautiful. I would be mindful that trees rebel yell" and loud, uptemposingingof"Dixie," the

customers have only good things to say about his business are cut down when they stand in the way of progress. Yet, let feebly, barely audible drawl on whinings for "bread-bread-
1 How can you as a small business owner do this? One way is me grow like a tree.Any day that I am in the way of progress, jread-give us bread."

to give your customers so mething extra for their money -- move me and replant me elsewhere if you can. If not, cut me

either in products or service. What should the something ex down. If my destruction would make the world a wee bit better

tra be? The possibilities are limited only by your imagina place for man to live, let me fall. Use me still if you can of

tion. The key is to find what works best for you.I joy and pain. Achievement, failure, happiness, and sorrow are MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE

all a part of growing up. Like each growing thing in a forest,
know of one small businessman, for example, who found even a blade of grass, makes a contribution to mankind and MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY

that he could increase sales of his jewelry by offering credit civilization Oh love, let men not forget that growth requiresthee. APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.

cards to high school students. By cultivating this group, he Plant a seed today, but do not expect a tree tomorrow. THEY ARE COURTEOUS DEPENDABLE.
was building for the future. Students who once bought small Success is grown by fools like me but only love can grow a tree ,
items from him later bought engagement rings. They felt he What do I know best? This is our Farthers world. PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!
was their jeweler. And losses from teen-age credit cards

proved less than from adult accounts.

One flower shop gives extra by tying a beautiful flower --

free of charge .. on the outside of each box of flowers it sells.A .

dry-cleaning shop provides extra buttons. A handbag shop Phil Ossofer Tan
inserts mirrors in each pocketbook it sells. topics

Customers like such little things and mention them in con- When I first read the parableof Naked, and ye clothed me: I

versations. Part of the secret is being ahead of your competition the ten virginsMatt.: was sick, and ye visited me: I

down the street -- by being first in offering some extra 1-13)), I was a bit puzzled,be- was in prison, and ye come

value or service. cause five were rejected unto me." (Matt 26:35:36): ).So I Ii

But what do customers expect in the way of service? I think Christ. "Virgin" being sym- It'appears to me that those who

most of them e x p e c t two things: (1)consistently courteous bol of purity in the Bible express their love for their

treatment, and ((2)) alert, helpful employees. wondered why virgins shouldbe fellowmen through action have

Discussing a street-corner grocery store, a women says, rejected. "purchased" the oil of preparation 4.'I 4.

"They always have little boys around to take your grocerieshome After much m edit a t1 0 n it enabling them to go

for you." She passes three other small grocery storeson came to me that Christ was in with the Bridegroom

her way to this one. "He always puts his tools down carefully warning those who meet Him (Christ), when He returns.I vC

and never makes a mess," is anotherwoman's comment when He returned I looked wonder how those who attend 3r .

about a television repairman. back and saw how many pious their churches in sincerity and
with belief in Christ, yet reject
had
believers in Moses rejected -
These two customers are talking about consistently courte- certain of their fellowmen
ous treatment, something extra. In each case, they know that Christ despite His words: because of color or creed, in-

they can expect certain things on a day-to-day basis. "Had you believed Moses, you" terprete this scripture.Can

Alert and helpful employees, too, are important to most cus- would have believed Me. these, whose belief in Christ
in
They were so engrossed
tomers. Indifferent employees can drive your customers away. consists only of the ritual of
As one woman say, "I don't go there anymore. That sales- their religious rituals that worship, their lamps of faith

man thinks he is doing me a favor when he waits on me." they belief forgot with to fill the their oil of lampsof preparedness remaining empty of the precious I 4iiJ\\7I1! ) yc I I It

On the positive side, a man says about a shoe store, "They oil of brotherly love, enter I ,
oil
This is the '
always have the time to show you all the new styles. And they into the bridal chamber with '.
don't get mad if you don't buy." which to gives recognize the light Christ enablingmen when Christ? t

Some owners of small businesses feel that their customersare He returns "for ye know Once more, I believe, He -
gives the answer. .."Verily, fl fl"HE
neither the the hour f
interested only in convenience and price. Of course, they day nor unto inasmuch as
I say you ye
wherein the Son of man
but also appreciate a pleasant greetingand
want low prices, they did not to one of the lease of
comet Matt. 25:13).
efficient service. (
prompt, "
these ye did it not unto Me.
Whatever you decide to use, remember that customers are SAYS HE'S TAILOR FOR A LAW
.. How does one "purchase"this And these shall go away ?
to talk about business favorably unfavorably.
going your
this into everlasting punishment,
explained :
oil? Jesus
to them to talk favorably
So examine what you are doing encourage MAKES'LOOPHOLES'
"For I wasandhungredandyegave but the righteous (those who MRM- HE
Sometime it takes only a little extra effort to turn cus-
meat to the hungred)unto
me meat: I was thirsty, gave
tomers into a sales force that will recommend your businessto "
friends and neighbors. and ye gave me drink: I was a life eternal. (Matt. 26: :oMfIM3Mr, FMTi'C2a"-P
stranger and ye took me in: 45-46).
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Jy I Business Week ProgramAll Focus P"RICHMOND

HEIGHTS .
roads will lead to the annual of our most talented citizens,

program by the Iota Phi and above all, proclaim the IISSIPISIIIIIIII- IISISISI.IIPIISUIPI, \ .......
exodus time for many Miamiams this time of Lambda Sorority, Inc. In observance "Bronze Woman" for 1967.
year and so it was for Emily and Jacob Ross to join of Business Week See you at New Covenant, By Gwendolyn Lavern Ross

sister Elsie/ Herout Phillips of Atlantic City before Sunday, May 21, at the New Sunday, May 21, at 4 p.m. The Richmond Heights Woman's Club will install Mrs.

going on to Ocean City, Maryland until September. Covenant PresbyterianChurch Bertha J. Parks, is pre-W Charles Gray (Anita) as its president for 1967-68 in ceremonies -
The Rev. Joel E. Atkins, a Baptist minister from Auditorium, at 1221 sident, Thomasena on Sunday, May 21.
elected/ of the Florida 43rd Street from 4-6 Lindsey, chairman of the founded the
Winter Haven, was president N.W. One of the area pioneer residents, Mrs. Gray
Business Week Committee.
Chapter, NAACP Saturday. p.m. club in 1954, but due to other obligations, she had to resign.At .
Jerard DeVeaux jetted down from Manhattan to be --- that time,she was employed as a registered physical thera-
at the bedside of his father, Mr. Fred DeVeaux, who Make plans to be present at PHYLLIS WHEATLEYART pist at Variety Children's Hospital.
underwent surgery on Tuesday.Houseguesting this program which will give In 1959 she resigned from Variety's staff to earn her mas-
,
with his cousin, the Joseph special recognition to all past AND SOCIAL CLUBThe ter's degree in guidance and counseling at the University of
(Josephine) Poitiers are Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wallace business men and women of Michigan.
Whitfield. The Poitiers hosted cocktails and dinner on the year, present several Phyllis Art andSocial When she returned to Richmond Heights, she worked as a
Saturday at their home, 1835 NW 32nd Street for the musical selections from some Club met at the home of Mrs. physical education teacher at Pine Villa and Frank C. Martin
Mary Lou Nixon with Mrs.
Whittle IcI s. .- Elementaries for one year.
It was a family reuni on when Charles Martin spent Francis as hostess, Monday During the next two years,she taught physical education full-
the weekend in Miami A visit with Aunt Mamie Mont FASHION TEA night May 8. The Executive time at Frank C. Martin Elementary school.At .

gomery to make Mother's Day happy; a visit with his Board of the club read the pro the end of the third year, she went on maternity leave.

brother and sister-in-law, the Fred Martins (Dorothy) You are cordially invited to jects for 1967. The NAACP is Upon her return to work, she was employed as a counselorat
and his sister and brother in low, the Henry (Marie ) attend a Fashion Tea sponsored to be given $50.00; James E, Allapattah Junior High.
Daniels. A wonderful weekend.DID by the Atlantic Social Club Scott Association two Summer Two years later she was promoted to assistant supervisorin
and Hostess Club Sunday May Campees, and among other the personnel department of the Dade County Schools.
YOU KNOW?? A mother who has lost a son in charities The Florida Mem-
21 at Brownsville Community Presently, Mrs. Gray travels across the nation interviewingand
little comfort ,
Vietnam may receive a Gold Star Pin ( ) by orial will be
College
given teachers for the Dade County Schools.She also
Center, 2741 N.W. 49th Street, recruiting
the Defense and obtain
writing to Deportment may a $300.00, the members accepted -
her downtown office.
from 400; to 6:00 p.m. recruits from
Gold Star window from the Order of the
flag Military
the report and will govern
She is a member of the National Professional Honor Society,
Purple Heart. Fashions will be furnished by themselves accordingly. Phi Beta Kappa. Active in civic and social affairs, includingthe
About a hundred psychiatrists, psychologists, so Patricia's Inc.,and Willie Mae After business meeting Mrs. Girl Scouts and the PTA, she is the mother of three: Joy
cial workers, educators, and prominent lay volunteers Cover. Francis served a delicious re- 17, Carolyn 14, and Charles Dary 4.
participated in the 1967 Mental Health Forum Wednes past all.Next meet-
en joyed by Mrs. Gray replaces Mrs. Helen Juanit a Oliver as presi-
day at Temple Beth David. png at the home of Mrs. M.I. dent of the club Accordingtothe club's members, "Mrs.
Welcome to Church Women United who are in our JOHNSON EVANS Daniels, May 22.All membersare Oliver did an excellent job."
city For the annual state meeting Tuesday through Thursday urged to be present to select Palmetto's roster of Silver Knights was Increased last week
at the McAllister Hotel.Mr. delegates to the State Fed- when six students won honors at the Ninth Annual awards pro-

and Mrs. Nelson (Naomi Roberts) Fisher of Mr and Mrs.Albert A.John- eration of Clubs, June 17, in gram on May 11. They 'were; Jackie Ray,English; David

Harbor Island are visiting their daughter, Melverne Valerie son, Sr., 828 N.W. 63rd Street, Lake Wales, Florida Ellison, Foreign Languages; Sheldon Axler, Mathematics;
Fisher of 1290 NW46th Street. announce the engagement of Gary McCorkle, Speech; Virginia Lance, honorable mention-
Airman First Class William Hanna sends a big hello their daughter, Brenda,to Air- Lake, Wales, Florida. social science; Janet Williamson, honorable mention-general
his and friends Mrs. Wilhemena Sands, president scholarship.A .
from
to family in Miami Weisbardon, man Theodore J. Evans, son
capacity crowd filled the auditorium Richmond Heights
Germany. of Rev. and Mrs.Henry Evans,
Get well wishes to Vera Hicks at Cedars of Lebanon 1829 N.W. 66th Street. A June Junior High School to see the mock Dating Game" staged by
Irene Edgecomb. 3rd wedding is planned. Girl Scout Troop 503, on Friday night, May 12.
Orchids to the 1967 Silver Knight Nominees: Sarah PILLOW PARTYThe Charles Dexter selected Alice Miller as his date for a free

Bryant, B, T. Washington; Mildred Hall, Mays; James Sweetheart movie at the "Twin Theatre" and dinner later at the "Black
of
Taylor, Jackson; Mary Alexander, Northwestern; Pamela Roses Angus Restaurant." Linda Harrison chose Raymond Raifordfor
Civic Club will
MUSIC & ART SHOWSATURDAY sponsor a Pil-
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their date "Sweden
at House.
Bethel Jackson Ronald
; Carter, Mays; Randy Goitor, low 20 at
Party May
8:00p.m.
Northwestern; Thomas Johnson, Jackson; Ethel Rolle, at New Covenant Between the games, the'Uniques*played such popular num-
Booker T. Washington Maxine Brooks Presbyterian bers as "Soul Finger" and "Everybody Loves a Winner."
; Northwestern; Church W 12th
N. Ave., at 43
Karistine Marshan Benbow, "Sophia and the Suppressions," The
Sutton, Jackson; Clifford Cleare, Jackson; St. A beautiful handmade
Leonard There will be a Music and Art "Darilettes," and the Roundtable" entertained the audience.
Duncanson
Northwestern; Jacqueline Branch; pillow will be given to the lucky
Mays; Patricia Ingram, B, T, Washington; Andrea Mention Show Saturday, May 20, at the person. Admission is 50? for Killian's chorus and band have joined forces produce theschool's
; Jackson; Brenda Turner, Northwestern and the Bonded Building, 4150 N.W children and $1.00 for adults. first Spring Concert on May 18, and 19, at 8:00 p.m.,
winner in drama Alvin McDuffieJackson. Congratulations 7th Avenue(upstairs)Donationis Mrs. Gertrude Perkins is in the auditorium. The band will play excerpts from records
to each of you for your achievement inyourspeci $1.00. sident. pre- made by the "Tiauuana Brass."The chorus will sing numbers
fic academic category and your outstanding serviceto presented at the chorus festival this month.General admissionis
both school and community.Dr. $1.00 and reserved seats are 150.

Warren Welters, Sr. entertained Alphas Saturday 1 WITHOUT PROTECT HIDING YOUR FURNITURE ITS BEAUTYI Mrs. B.L. Grant (Beatrice) was given a surprise birthday
party by her daughter, Mrs. Naomi Holton, Saturday even
May 13 at his Brownsville home.At t'NC MADE
oo,+ CUSTOM ing, April 29, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Holton
a recent Women's Club meeting, it was estimated %1
PLASTIC FURNITURE
a (Dorothy).
that twenty per cent wore; rouge, thirty-five per cent
SLIP COVERS Mrs. Grant was presented with a check,written specificallyto
of those present tinted their hair, eighty per cent had
L SLIA! cover the costs of a mink coat.
permanent waves, ninety per cent wore fingernail po N1AV1 LONG LASTING GAUD! An Afro-Insurance, agent, she is president of the agency
lish, eighty-five per cent wore eyeshadow, one hundredper flit wLLrGUAIANTIIO/1lSISTAN7 force.

cent used lipstick, seventy-five per cent plucked .rw AMO"M" Mrs. Grant wishes to thank all those who helped to make her
their eyebrows, and ten per cent wore false eyelashes, l1" AT4 11 NIM r birthday a memorable one.
and other cosmetic camouflage. Their subject for dis SNIP, LAM 7N+ N pOl ofMATIAIAII ..
cussion: "Deceptive Packaging"* *UMIN N Pill ISTIMATISIOSNIOA I 1 758-4121
The new and beautiful Richardson Funeral Home All VINIIA SPECIALIZING cu
IN PLASTIC HELP!!
oar os
nil Pmi//I
will conduct open house for the public on Sunday at its SLIP COVERS 'L NIGHT
new location, 4500 NW 17th Avenue. EXCLUSIVELY HOT
Mrs. Cycloria Gilmore gave a birthday party for her House ol fSretchcn 374-5082 PNONI Q! ti9 ..Ict '
hubby (Howard) on Saturday, May 13 Many friends and
relatives were on hand to sore in the celebration.Leon Formerly Gretchen-Nicholat Plastic Covers O ALL
Varnadore flew down from Brooklyn last week REPAIRS

end on a short business trip. IN YOUR HOME o tlwco NOOv ol
Wedding congratulations to Mr. and Mrs Coleman 40 YEARS XP RIDIC+ E
Funches. The bride is,the former Shirley Newbold Cannon
The groom hails from Knoxville, Tenn. TOP REPBlGERATIQft SfRVlCE

Tresvani of Opa-locka/ General
Virginia secretary 1' 1
Hospital underwent surgery at OL L. G. H. under Dr. T. r ,JI

A, Lamphier and is smiling again.
Daniel H. Bailey and Charles E. Daniels graduated SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR

from the Miami Police Academy on May 12 and are now SPECIAL".Cleaned
members of Miami's finest.!
Bernice Wright of PhiladelphiaPa., will be house. & Oiled In Your Home

guesting with the Homer Sellers (Bernice)for two weeks. *Adjust Tensions I

This is her first trip to Miami. Free Needle & Belt Total Cost 1Chedc
The Urban League Guild Fashion Show and Lun- all Wiring All Makes 150
cheon at Burdine's Saturday, May 13, in the Hibiscus *
1 Year Guarantee
dining room was a beautiful affair. Many beautiful DON'T WAIT UNTIL JUNE TO HAVE & Models
fashions were shown. Many useful door prizes were GRADUATION PICTURES MADE

won by the guests present. COME IN TODAY! 634-6242
of Confirmation adminis
The Sacrament Holy was

tered to 475 candidates from Corpus Christie, Holy CAPS AND GOWNS FURNISHED
Redeemer and St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church by
Bishop Coleman F. Carroll, Sunday, May 14at St. Mary's TASSELS OF ALL SCHOOL COLORS CELEBRITY BEAUTY SALON

Cathedral. 719 NW 62nd Street 759.9574
Birthday greetings to Marian Dean, May 18 and As-
quith McDonald, May 23. Fast service No appointment necessary.
Fashions and wigs were presented Sunday evening JOHNSONOF ONE WEEK ONLY

from 6-9 p.m. at the Continental Club, May 14. Fashionsby Eyebrow arch Free with hairdo
Patricia and Harvey's Wigs were featured. Thelma MIAMI every
Cora Lee
McDonald was fashion commentator and C. T. of WMBM Humphrey Curley Howard

was emcee. Azalee Hunt

i JESCA's Day Care Committee presented Mod Mrs. Willie Mae Young, Manager

Spring Fling, a benefit program, Tuesday, May 16 at 1186 NW 38th St. 635-4748 Wigs in by 9 out by 5
Northwestern Senior High School.



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THE MIAMI TIMES; Fvidby'Moy'( 19, 7'a


5 Arrested in

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Numbers RaidsLast ,' ,

Saturday was a "bad
luck" day for at least five per-
r sons who sold or played the '.
i numbers. They fell into the "
hands of the law and landed in :
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Dade County Jail. All of them ..:I. j:

BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING got out on bond. Ii: ,,'
/" ,' ,
LINE-0-TYPE When his home at 2705 N.W.
48th St., was raided, Luther
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Look for the Double Deck Bar (the Young 53, was charged with
79th Street bistro) to get featured billing In Frank Sinatra'sMiamifilmed possession of lotteries and
epic 'Tony Rome' Dodd aiding and abetting a lottery.
Johnson a new director of Florida Association
of Private Investigations ? ? ? Ryder Gladstone L. Long, 20 of
Trucking Co's nifty: 'Don't drive reckless 3048 N. W. 46th Street, and
... but drive wreck less Suirliy: mo- William Walters, 32, of 4423
torists: J. Hartman Taylor in his Chevvy, N.W. 11th Court,were arrested e e/e k : ;, l' ,
Betty Moss Corvatriding. Freddie Scott for the same charges.They 1 i. ;rI
and band co-starring Bennie Lattimore at posted $3,000 bond each.
Trader Johns Harry Nabbie gifted :eif :, i
Transfiguration with a wall-clock Mother's Charged with gambling and -.1tUitiiiiiiiitll'{ '. x
Day .- in memorY of -his deceased- mother frequenting a gambling house,
Mrs Eleanor Seymour : .And Mother's Day> also marked the Wilma Walden 37, of 1964 N.W. Christian Hospital, Inc. received a gift of linen from Gamma Zeta Omega Chap.
second anniversary of Transfiguration's Lectern, gifted by the 5th Ave., was release on a$300: ter, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority recently./ The/ sorority was one of the first organizations
Stanley Sweeting family in memory of his deceased father bond. to furnish a room for the hospital. The chapter is planning another gift next
Haratio James Sweeting. month. Mrs. George Williams (Girtha) stated that the J967 Project of the Chapterwas
SarahReddickof2600N.W.48thSt. to work with the hospitals: Christian, Variety Children's and the Sun/land Train
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Seen at Toby's:Wilfred and Eleanor Forty-two-year-old ing Center The latter received $500 from the organizations annual Ebony Fashion
Show; Variety, $100. Shown above is Mrs. Williams, basileus/ making the presentation -
Gibson, the phar mists...The Mack Barkley Jrs All-Am- $250 bond for frequenting
a
erica Alkin Hepburn, the insurance exec... Patricia (Cookie) posted a gambling house. to Col. Edwin F. Poage, hospital administrator, and Col. Claude C. Clark,
chairman of the board.
Lynch. Jerome Jamison independently self-propelling his
,
wheel-chair along N.W. 15th Avenue and chatting with the boys -- -- -----
like the champ he is. .City of Miami Motorman Bobbie
Ingraham getting his locks sheared at Varsity Barber Shop Senator Brooke ChallengesDr.
after a gruelling: day as a member of the 8-man police honor
guard that buried Retired Assistant City of Miami Chief
J.A. Youell from Riverside Church Monday.. Mary Elizabeth
Stand
Hotel's Zebra Lounge re- ened with Dotty and Christine doing King on Vietnam
the barmaid chores. -

Martin Luther King's standon Brooke said that as a Nobel ment." Vietnam should be explored
SALT WATER TAFFY: A Moonlight Boat Ride and Dance is the war in Vietnam was Prize winner Dr. King has the He does not question King's but thinks the Johnson admin-,
on tap for Friday night July 21. A little early but I don't want questioned Friday by Senator right to speak out on peace. motives but his judgment, istration must have the money
you to forget it. Sponsored by the Frontiers International of Edward M. Brooke in an interview "But I don't think he can afford Brooke said. "This is a time and troops to end the war.
Miami, the ride will be aboard the dreamy Dreamboat with the in Washington.Brooke the luxury or take the risk of for sane, deliberations," "If there is a commitmentand
dance taking place enroute along beautiful Biscayne Bay. You said that King's stand is cost- championing too many issuesat he urged. "Inciting violence a need to supply troops In
may ask any Frontier member for ducats,but if you don't know ing the civil rights movement the same time." is not going bring about civil Vietnam to prevent the spreadof
any of the boys, go by North's Travel Bureau (I know you Know valuable support. rights for theAmericanNe- communism, then this must
him) and pick up one for two-fifty. Stacy Lovett's son Keith A Massachusette Republicanand King's antiwar sentimentsand gro. It will not he won with take priority," he said.
Anthony Kimball will be seven on June 8. Ex-Mayor of only Negro in the U.S. Se., his attempts to charac- bloodshed." 1"As a civil rights leader, he
Bronze Miami Charles Hadley sporting a 1967 Ford Station nateBrooke Is serving his first terize Vietnam as Negro King's leadership of civil (King) should justifiably be
Wagon. .Retired Detective Sergent of Bahamas Police Force term. Of King's attempt to tie war, "has been very costly," rights demonstrations was asking for funds for povertyand
Solomon B. Ambrister over from Nassau to see his son Leo, the fight for Negro rights to Brrfoke said. credited by Brooke for the disease. I applaud this,but
Times sports columnist r antiwar he said: 1964 Civil Rights Act. At the he should make his case to ,
"The civil rights movement "His advice to young men not same time the Senator blamed Congress and to the people. ,
THE WEEK'S WASH: City of Miami Police Sergeants L.F. should be pure. I thin/ Martinis to obey the draft laws is dan- the change in the movement for "I don't think he out to equateit
Duty and Lury F. Bowen, both involved in auto accidents ap- making a mistake,a tactical gerous. It unquestionably has the defeat of new civil rights with the war. There may be
proximately at the same hour and Just one day apart. For- error that is strategically unwise hurt him and it unquestionablywill legislations. other places we can cut spend-
mer night club beaut ElouiseCurry-LindseydiedAprill4. ." hurt the civil rights move- Brooke advocates that every in such as the space pro-
There was anera In Miami showbiz when 'Happy Feet' (as she possible avenue for peace In gram."
was known) twinkled her nimble toes for Rockland Palace and
other local bistros while dancing and twisting her lithe torso .Fred Williams, former St Agnes sexton mending at home
into impregnable knots. She was a show producer's delight -. Sumner Hutcheson is Church of the Open Door's GroupNo.
as well as his meal ticket. As a final tribute to her friendshipand 2 Usher Board. ..And Norman Hurd and Harvey Wallace With insurance. .
artistry, and as loyal show troupers would do, dancers represented that church at Avon Park's Laymen's Fellowship it's having every available policy,
Kelsan Farrington and Dallas (Princess Carlotta) Robinson recently Boys Scout Troop of St Agnes awarded John E.
placed a boquet of flowers upon her casket. Culmer III Mother's Day Attending the State Conferencefrom then picking the one
Open Door last week included Dr Almond Edwards, the that suits your client best.'
STUFF AND SUCH: Rumor persists that Church of the Open Joseph Grobens and Henry Tucker'. ..That's it brother from
Door pastor, Rev.Henry C. McDowell is headed for retirement your one-man-newspaper, who knows everybody and every
For the second year in a row, Florida leads the nation in body's racket'but who wants to thank those kind relatives and WWith gins..it's what
the number of school children qualifying for Presidential devoted friends who remembered my mother, Mrs Henrietta suits your taste best. I pickedGordon's.
Sweeting, on Mother's Day with cards,flowers, gifts,tele-
Physical Fitness Awards, largely due to efforts In Dade
Schools The John(Audrey) McArthur's daughter Jackie grams, donations, visits and kind words of greeting. I find it smoother,

mending at home following surgery at Variety Children's Hospital drier, and a great mixer. "
Shed Gilbert and Bertha Rolle's dad Rufus Gilbert
Proiidant, of Sanders Stone Ate.if the ton lift msurjni rsalesmen
MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE Sanders Slant among top
died May 13 The Francis Delancys hosted Chairman in the country Active in community"011111I9III win Ohio
Edward Wake and his Episcopal Churchmen No. 1 of St Agnes'at MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY tepnseHWivt to the last Senior Ciuten Coriloimicii,in Waaltnifiion D C

his home with a party sale. Add May Birthdays: Lorraine APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
Puyol 29th, Della B. Carey 21st, Rachel Reeves 22nd.
THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.

MIAMI MUSINGS: There will be Open House at the new and PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!
palatial Richardson Mortuary Sunday (May21) from 4 to 6 at
4500 N.W. 45th Street. The John (Annabell Harris) 'I > r
Andersons are boating in what could be called a Chris-Craft

beauty. They plan loads of summer fishing jaunts in their new Sunlight Beauty School A
sea-nymph The Knight Brothers, Deweyand Eric, enjoyed -
last weekend In Daytona Beach with their mommy and
grandmommy Inez McKinney-Johnson's son Henry DeanIII ENROLL TODAY! DON'T DELAY >4
jetted in from Camp LeJeune, N.C. for 25 days leave en- .4
route to the coast of California It was Carolyn Townsendwho Prepare for your future! Give yourself a life ,
received the Mother's Day Award presented the Dea- long profession in Beauty Culture.
coness Board of Mount Zion last Sunday.
Take advantage of this summer special of

SWEETS TREATS: West Palm Beach distinguished dentistDr only $20 to start.

Warren Collie will return to the University of Pennsylvania CALL FR 4-9998 1113 NW 3rd AVENUE
Wednesday for his 50th dental class reunion. His charming
fraulein, the former Margaret Banks, houseguest with
Dorsey Hotel's(Miami)demure owner, M. Evelyn Boggs-Smith -xi
during his absence Patrolman Oscar Morley's wife, the COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE w ewl
former Jean Carroll, confined Christian Memorial Hospital _
following a car accident. .Agnes' Rector Fr Lambert STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
Sands presented 39 candidates for Confirmation who becamenew
St Agnes' members. Spending her birthday fishing on oanonY
VET TVTED
the Florida Keys was Polly Boggs whose natal holiday was Mo-

ther's Day. .Alice Evans, Marie McKinney, Carrie Knowlesand FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET DIST uroIONDONQRY
Olga lost their mother Mrs Lillian Pratt. ti
GIN-r,..
379-7735 Gordon Gin crttltd if N_ --
CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Souls Place disc jock handsome London England in 1769 [1 r-,. ,t--
Jimmy Griffin will blatter out his soul pieces for WMBM too III the biggest ttHerlm ngltnd
846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9 America irld the worldtlfl4Ji1CFO.S.A.fDDiNtDTWSr
soon now. His nightly mutterings at 'the house of soul' is'I'
tllaDfrDr6lUlfNlDMOOTCanoNfDAICINto hr.tN/ON.N !
; a pseudo female 'employment agency .- for he really gets em ssD


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Mrs. Athalie Range, bless her heart, has mach the first step
toward a gun law for our town.She and our other City Commis- z
sioners approved new provisions that will control the sale and
carrying of all types of firearms. She had talked with me last
week, concerning this, and we agreed that this type of legisla-
ture was absolutely necessary. Mrs. Range took this to the
commission, and they also agreed. First, there will be a wait
ing period of from 24 to 72
hours between purchase and deli- *a l
very of the firearms.This means that the persons selling these
firearms will have to notify the police department and they in
turn will check out the person buying same. (They will have
48 hours to report to the police department). Secondly, there
will be a one year Jail term for any person carrying firearms
illegally Of course, the one-year Jail sentence has to be put
through the legislature, becuase right now there is a $500 fine i
and 6days in Jail limit. Mrs. Range is alsO trying to make '
this statewide. This does not mean that we are going to get all :
of the firearms off the streets because
there are a lot of '
,
"criminal types" who to ., ,,,,, : ,., ,14?, ,. ;
are going have them anyway, but itwill -- --"- -'''--- -- ""''' mot ;
Impose a greater risk to the person who carries one. This : : :
Members of the Greater Miami Urban League Yout YM-YWHA Auditorium. affair
will also limit mail order firearms, and give us a control of i T culminated thef
weapons. We also think that there should be a law where the Community are shown at their formal dance recently/ f contest when Ellen Williams was crowned "Miss Urban I
parents are responsible for the one-year Jail term if their I eaaue Youth Community." Johnson: of Mmmf pf/>,,, '

child :is caught with a weapon that has been granted to them
by the department. If this is done, we will be more care- Student Volunteers NeededFor
ful about where we keep them.We say "thanks" to Mrs. Range
for the fine Job she is doing as our City Commissioner. y
Agencies, Hospitals

PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Mildred Lane, EOPI Sec'y tc) I
Monday June 12th. Registration -
Sam Moncur School's out -- almost nand ,
thousands of students are will begin at 9:00 a.m.
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Dr. George Green eag-
erly anticipating summer fun (Note: Complete program,
GOLFER OF THE WEEK: Bob WilliamsMetro Sheriffs Department in the sun. Many will go to campor names of participants, etc.
) on family vacation trips. will be sent next week)Camps,

Some will find work although playgrounds, recreation cen- .
VIP OF THE WEEK: Eugene Kemp Li
there will be a shortage of Job ters, libraries, offices need s
volunteers. You can tutor __
There was a nice article in Tuesday's Herald about a Negro opportunities Hopefully many ,
family, the Joe Williams* of Miami, who have pride in their will be of service to the com- teach 0 r share your talents.
Adopt a lonely grandparent or
home and surroundings. They said that "despite housing con munity as volunteers.
share an activity with a retarded -
Volunteer services of the
ditions which would be sub-standard by some, this family has
added a 'personal touch' to their home in the form of a rock Welfare Planning Council of blind or very poor
garden." This is what we have been trying to "preach" for Dade County, a United Fund child. Registration for the
years. It is not the house that makes a slum, but the people. It agency, the central coordinating Forum is limited. Get an application -
from the Studen Ambassador
is good to see that some of us care about our surroundings, bureau for all volunteers, -
and would be a wonderful world if all of us would take pride in has need for approximately in your school or call Ellen Williams, BTW High senior, is pictured with
the Volunteer Services Office
making the living conditions of our families and neighbors bet-, 2,000 student volunteers (age her court after she was crowned "Miss Urban League
ter. It does not take much time, but it can mean so much in 13 and up) for agencies, hos- 371-1324. Youth Community" culminating a contest sponsored by

our everyday lives. I have said before, and I say again, I am pitals and nursing homes. the UL youth group. Pictured left to right are Cheryl
proud of 57th Streetmy street)because of the pride my neigh- Young adults who wish to give TOOTHACHE English, fourth runner-up, a Miami Northwestern senior;
bors take in their and houses nice. Do some of their time and their MtauitN *nlltf' that Patricia Ingraham second
keeping yards looking a wh tivtyr In |( runner-up, a BTW senior
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r. torawliI I IN ;
talents Oft*(El IptrtnTMM
little each week, if you do not have the time or energy to do a are invited to attend a I wwI Miktly .. mint H,'oM.ln|. Ellen; Eleanor Reddick, first runner-up, a Coral Gables
Student e" .ln Mill. *---11I nr mwn "
little each day. In time, even that will show through. Volunteer Services ttttt.At* MW ,-paiiiMicl.ltof .. senior I ; and Cassandra Calloway, third
Forum at the University of Mi- ... *. T> runner-up, a
Miami Northwestern senior. Johnson of Miami photo.
orb.I.NOW :::
ami Student .J
Union Building, =
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Jeff Addams made an LP for '
Atlantic Records last Sunday with the Dave Akins Trio. .
EOPI Personnel will make a door-to-door campaign stop this
Sunday for Variety Children's Hospital, please give all you can LIB-CITY Call
to this worthy cause. PaulCurry, our piano playing buddy
spent a few hours with us on his way to Houston, Texas, wherehe PLAYING CHARLESROGERS
and Hines, Hines and Dad are opening the Tideland Lounge. (
DRIVE'IN THEATRE
They had a very successful engagement in Freeportat the
Kings Inn The golfers around town are all going for their
own golf carts. Kelly Wilson was first in line, and the othersare
FIRST Ml AMI RUN NOW SHOWING
really following the lead I have mine, Sport Anderson, ... -. .. AT PL )-7502
Ernest Hayes and a few others are right In line. Square Wash- THE BLOOD DRINKERS ".

ington was really the first, with his one-man"squirt" coming WILL SINK THEIR TEETH INTO FOR A GOOD BUY ON A
from Chicago. I have a deal on them, so if you are interested, PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT
see me .We are working on the United Golfers Tournament ANYTHING THAT MOVES! STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
Souvenir Journal,and pretty soon the Par and Birdie Memberswill i is INSTRUMENTS.
be contacting the local businessmen, get ready, they're
coming Phyllis Diller voiced Mayme's sentiments when
she said "I certainly don't intendto wear a miniskirt. My legs
don't go up that far" Hal Frazier on the Joey Bishop Show
all of this week .Chubby Jackson and his "Mothers" are at
the Rancher Dave Akins Trio still holding forth at the 4
Newport Clyde Killens has "that thing" coming up againon .Yy
August 27th. Bring your own peas and rice Quentin wr e
North sez "if you put my name in the paper, don't forget to
spell it with a Q like in Cuba" The James E. Scott Day
Care Center benefit show was a huge success last Tuesday
night. If you did not attend, you can still send a contribution. 4

HEMISPHERE presents
R.C. Coleman, Sr., now has the Gulf station on the cornerof OE
17th Avenue and 54th Street. He said,when we congratu- \
lated him, "I think it is a nice location, and wel will do well ', tin UPICTURES

there." They have all services, too, so go by... Shirley's Mar-
ket has spread into a clothing"division" now.Robert has many i in blood-curdling color I s -
things from tots to grandmas grandpas wear.We are proud
of folks like Mr. Coleman and The Seldons. They are making ilthi IR1NKER5
a go of their businesses and Increasing their services as they AMELIA FUENTES- RONALD REMY :
go zalong. So many of us in business do not put back a portion A 1 0 e /
of what we get .Picture a policeman In a $17,000 limousine HEMISPHERE PICTURES presents .
chasing a thief. That is what Metro Mayor Churk Hall chaufferdid EDGAR ALLAN
the other day when a man robbed a jewelry store downtown, POE'S
even to the point of going up a one-way street the wrong way. the Immortal WE ELL HAPPINESS"
They caught him, and recovered two rings valued at $500 each. TERRIFYING classic
I guess if you have to be caught, it Just as well be with the best ', AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAYAt
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t Acceptance Cause Wearo.. Dropouts.

A group of Negroes at Fort er of the group, told the board pliance with Health, Educationand
Walton Beach requested last the rule was, "Negro, you go Welfare guidelines, the
Tuesday that the Okaloosa to a white school," not"white school board said.If the school
County school board restorethe child, you .go to a Negro were restored, it said, there
former all-Negro high school." would be no way to force white
school which was turned intoa students to attend classes
junior high in the desegre- This was the second com- there.
gation shuffle. plaint in less than a year.The Of 107 Negro students who
The delegation told the school Rev. Woods said Negro students transferred to the predominantly -
board last Tuesday that inte- had threatened again to white school, 46 dropped
gration was working,against transfer to an all-Negro high out, the officials said. The
them. Too many Negro students school in Walton County, 45 Negro group siad the main
were dropping out of miles away, if their old high reasons were inability to ad-
school. school were not restored. Just, lack of acceptance by
The Negro high school was white students and failure to
The Rev. J.C. Woods,a lead- changed to junior high in com- meet academic standards.


MAN YOUR, IT'S FAULTThe ALL Zeta Phi Beta Head Visits


Greater Miami Chapterof Job Corps Center i
the Florida "
Council on Hu- .'
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public panel discussion on the Mrs. Mildred C. Bradham of two hundred-fifty chapters are Commissioner Athalie Range holds the beautiful
trophy that will be
Jacksonville, Grand Basileus actively engaged in eight, ten Sundayt to the awarded on
growing i tenantlandlordcrisis organization having the largest number of members
at the Manor Park
of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated or twelve month
programs and Band Concert
Monday, May 22,at 8:00 on Sunday. Adams foto. I
p.m., at St. Stephen's Episco- was one of six projects related to the Anti-
pal Church, 2750 McFarlaneRoad prominent educators and busi- poverty Program.In final' Park Band Concert
SundayThe
Coconut, Grove. nessmen selected by Honor- private life Mrs.Bradhamis
able Sargent Shriver, Direc- a Consultant at theDepartmen -
sioner The panelists are Commis- tor of Office of Economic Opportunity of Public Welfare Medi- excitement, anxiety and ing the band under the conduc- community an injustice if you
Athalie Range, City of to visit the Albu- cal, Section Social Service concern generated in the com- torship of renown Caesar miss this program: Give your
Miami; Samuel Moncur munity relative to the final chance to win
querque Job Corps Center of Division in Jacksonville. She La Monaca. WCKT's Gordon organization a
Neighborhood Service Coordi- band concert to be held at Man- the coveted award for the
Women 1st and 2nd for year.
May a also serves on the Mayor's Shaw will be narrator Joan
nator, EOPI; Mrs. Clifford seminar and fact finding tour Community Improvement or Park, Sunday, May 16, is Elaine Storr will be ;guest Come out and hear the,band
Baker, member, Dade County surpassed only by the nation's I
of the facilities. Committee, Gateway Girl soloist. feature familiar 'tunes and I
Real Estate Board; James May 8th, Mrs. Bradham Scout Board of Directors and concern and excitement connected present a musical score of delight -
Chatmon, president Southern attended the Conference on Chairman of Urban League with Miss USA Pageant. You do your self and your .
Leadership Conference and a Women in theWar on Poverty Guild Many clubs, organizationsand
representative from the Lib- also scheduled by Sargent schools will be vying for
erty City Community Council. Shriver. The purpose of the the signal honor of being the
John. R. Bethea, president meeting was to review special first to win the Range Fine Phone NA 1.7203 Notary Public
the Council, will be moder- problems of Women in Pov- MIAMI TIMES Arts And Cultural Award."
ator. The panel will discuss erty, special programs and This is a mammoth trophy to
the questions, whose fault is projects affecting women and 2TBRING be presented to the school,
it? Do the landlords build families In poverty and to sug- = club ororganizaUnhavingthe J. h ii1eg 1eetittg
slums, or do the tenants create gest broader involvement of greatest percentage of its stu-
the slums? Can we share the Women's Groups. dents or members present at AND ASSOCIATES
responsibility? the concert which begins #
Under the dynamic leader- PUBLIC SERVICEPublic
The public is invited to attend ship and guidance of Grand RESULTS promptly, at 5:00: p.m. and
this important meeting. .. ends, at 6:15.Commissioner.
Basileus Bradham, most of the ..- Relations Consultant
Athalie Range
Theatrical Editor The Miami
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Nursing Personnel Needed For "Any where In the world : The honorable Robert
King High and her fellow com-
you wont to go" 16351 NW 18th Place (Bunehe Pork) Miami, Florida
missioners are expected to attend
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ministration Hospital Septem- file may be obtained by visit Agent" Trove BANKING AT LINCOLN?
ber 1, 1967,"A.Tomasulo, M. to the Coral Gables HospitalD.
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ployment and in service Federal Building. .{ITo
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Anii-Draft Policy. __ _


Stokely Carmichael resignedthe At the news conference called in connection with a racial dis- .
chairmanship of the Stu- by Carmichael and Brown, turbance there last year.
dent Non-violence Coordinating and where the change was He named as four SNCC
Committee, Friday in made, Carmichael said he goals;
Atlanta, and was succeeded by would return to his "love," 1. Expel from black commu-
Ralph Brown who, 'promised organizing in the field. nities persons who exploit Ne. e
continue Carmichael's militantly groes; 2. Gain black control of
black power and anti. He headed the Black Panther economics in Negro commu-
Vietnam war policies."We movement in Lowndes County, nities; 3. Create an economic
shall build astrongna- Ala., before he succeeded John system responsible to Ne-
tionwide black anti-draft program Lewis as chairman of SNCC a groes: 4. Destroy the myth
," Brown said. year ago. It was reported for created by white people con-
"We see our struggle here in ,some weeks that he was tired cerning Negro history. .
America as an integral partof of administrative duties and "We want to dvelop an aware
the worldwide movement of wanted to get back to field ness and appreciation of the
all oppressed people, such as work. beauty of our thick lips,broad
in Vietnam, Angola, Mozambique Brown said he recently did noses, kinky hair and soul,"
South Africa and Latin field work in Alabama for the said Brown, who is a native of
America." SNCC. He faces trial Selma Baton Rouge, La.
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NAACP Life MembershipThe

National Association for Director Roy Wilkins told a "an indication of the readinessof "'" '
the Advancement of Colored New York Times reporter, middle-class Negroes to l
People's $500 life membership have "grown from 14,001 In support financially, as well as 1 ,,
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program has increased 1963 to 22,147 by last actively, the struggle Negro \ +t
72 per cent in the past three Dec. 31," citizens of all classes to wipe '>
years. The Times article,publishedMay out racial discrimination and I : ;
Life memberships in the Association 7, quoted Mr. Wilkins as segregation. The middle- : .(\'I"I. I'I I
NAACP Executive saying the large increase is class Negro has always been t/'i ';
the backbone of the civil rights : :: t
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membership payments an important <;i
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I The Times i n tel' v Ie ,with Sonja/ Dunson, Miss Detroit, is pictured wearing a special costume of miniaturecars
NAACP officials also cited a racing around the Detroit Expressway. On her right is Maureen Bassett, Miss
quote by the late W.E.B. Oregon; and on the 'left Diana Bateman, Miss Washington. The three beauties are I
DuBois who wrote in The competing with girls all over the country for the coveted crown of Miss U.S.A. -
t1lU Crisis in 1915, "I thank God House of Photography photo.
that most of the money that

corn bin til ion ; 3 ffL11111TP from supports black the hands.NAACP comes FAMU Alumni Awards Banquet Saturday 1

For persons under the age of Members of the Miami Chap president, General Alumni ago whose years of graduationend
SAVE 'jc1 i 13 there are junior life mem- ter; FAMU Alumni Associa- Association and past president with the figures i "zero
berships at $100, which count; tion, will sponsor their second Miami Chapter. through seven." .
later as a downpaymentontheadult annual Testimonial Awards Selected members who have I

I 'IIIIHe i I life membership... Banquet, Saturday, May 20, Awards will be made in two rendered outstanding service.
r 7:30 at the Canadian who Special gifts have been made
: p.m., categories: All members
2 Chairs
//j Room, Alcazar Hotel, 500 Bis- graduated ten or more years for all members who attend.
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THE MIAMI TIMES,' F iday. May 19., 1967 I

RANGE Herschel Robert Peterson, ALBERT
the young son of Mr. and Mrs

I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I Husher Wesnesday Peterson, May 10 died Other on 59th Mrs.Street Annie, died Simpkins, May, 755 13.Her NW

suvivors ar e two grandmothers survivors are: one niece, Mrs.

.. t Mrs. Virginia Fannie Wilson; one nephew
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Vancie Simpkins. Remains
Hurchinson and Mrs. Ida
CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSWe were shipped Tuesday to South
I Peterson; five aunts; five
family of the lateFRANK loving memory of our are profoundly gratefulto uncles. Graveside services Carolina.
husband, father and grandfather Y .
the many trends who so were held on Friday.
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gracefully extended the numerous
Johnnie M Chisolm 365-B
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methods of expressions Mrs. Lillian Amanda Pratt, ,
a during the passing of our loved of 3359 N,W, 52nd Street, diedon N.W, ISthStreet, died May 12,
His survivor is wife
one, the late Hosea Davis, who Friday, May 12.She is sur- ,.
Isabelle. There will be
passed on April 30, 1967. vived by four daughters, Mesdames grave-
r aa -Even though words are inadequate '" I : Alice T. Evans, Marie side services 11:00: a.m.
s to express it and the : McKinney, Olga Morley and Wednesday

names are too numerous to ci ciMrs !, Carolyn Davis; six grandchildren -
Roosevelt Gauldin 1700 N W
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x mention, but we do say, sincere i I ; a n e ice, Edna
thanks to each of you for Rosie Nottage; five great, grandchildren 4th Ct., Apt,6, died, May 13.
Lee Lockwood ot f His survivors three brothers
are
your varied methods of remembrances The remains will lie : -
f 3265 N 48th Street
W. died
on( Woodrow John and
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in repose at the residence, 3359
Saturday, May 13. She is survived George six sisters. Remains
May God bless and keep you, by a husband, Joshua N,W. 52ndStreet beginning, ;
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for it was through him that 6:00 Funeral
f three daughters Martha i : p.m. on Friday.
..... 6, Thomasville, Georgia
e 4f your thoughtful expressionswere Perry, Ma be 11 Johnson, services will be conducted on

WEST extended. Albertha Johnson; two sons,' Saturday, May 20, at 10:00am Bishop Rufus Melvin Gilbert,
x,' John H, Davis, son Mrs in the Saint Peters African
wish to express sincere thanksto ; Joshua and Alphonso; a mother 1932 N.W. 5th Ct., died May 13.
the friends and Esther D, Walthour, daughter; Sallie Denegall; three bra.thers Orthodox Church. Bishop Gilbert is one of Mi
many neighbors the and the
for their cards and floral grands family James, Robert and 1 Matthew Dixon of 2358 NW ami's old time citizens of this

pieces during their hour of be Samuel: sixteen grandchildren 59th st, died Sunday, May 14th. community, and a very out-
reavement. Words IN MEMORIAMIn ; several neices and standing member of his
cannot express f He is survived by a wife, Claudia -
our gratitude of appre CLARENCE MOSS nephews. Funeral services 1 ; two stepdaughters, Etha church. .
ciation. loving memory of our dearmother will be conducted on Saturday, Among his survivors are wife
Finch and Joese Stevens; a ,
who
departed this life
Special thanks to Drs. W. A. 17. 1964. May Providence May 20, 4:00p.m.. in the New sister, Luaza Milton; a niece, Ethel; one daughter, Mrs.

Patterson and George Simpson Gone but not forgotten. Baptist Church. 0, Bellamy. Funeral arrange Albertha Rolle; one son

the Rev.J. W. Maconpas- Victoria Moss wife ments are incomplete. Shedrick; one brother Walterof
tor of First Baptist Church of James Clarence Hugh Lamar Brown, of 703 Cat Island, Bahamas; six

Opa-locka, Range Funeral Janet and Sherry children. N.W, 44th Street, Apt 2, died Mrs Remilda Rutherford of grandchildren, Miss Ethel
Home and The Miami Times. Friday, May 12, He is survived 1911 NW 67th Streed died re- Rolle a senior at Booker T.

Emily West, wife by two sisters, Judyand cently. She is survived by her Washington High School; one

Katie Lue Duhart, sister IN MEMORIAM Mary; three brothers, husband Rev Adam Rutherford son-in-law, Leroy Rolle; one
Oscar, Dan & Eliza West, Clarence Outler, Jeffery Tel- ; a daughter, Mildred E. daughter-in-law, Mrs. Wilma
brothersIN ifI a fair and Roejohn Davis; three Munnings and a son-in-law, Wake Rolle. Services Satur-

aunts, Celia Morris, Lula Livingston M u n n i n g s; three day 1:00: p.m., Church Of God
Hicks and Mary Carswell;two
grandchildren a brother
MEMORIAMIn 1 ,
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uncles, Eugene and Charlie
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Solomon Bowe and a sister,
memory of our dear mother Brown; god-mother, Eula Mae
Justina Bowe; many nieces and
Cousins; funeral services will RICHARDSONMrs.
EVA DAVIS nephews. Funeral services
be conducted on Thursday,
who passed this life May 16, May 18th at 3:30 in the will be conducted on Saturday,
p.m. May 20th at 2 p.m. at Free Mable E, Holmes of
1966 chapel. will Missionary Baptist 1208 N,W. 64th St., died May

The Lord giveth so door the ...- Church. 13, at her home.She is,I' survived
Lord taketh away, blessed be MRS. VICTORIA WARD by a daughter, Mrs.Cora

the name of the Lord sleep on who passed May 22, 1959 Brady Miller of 1175 NW 4th Lee Hanning; one son Willie

dear mother and take your rest Eternal rest grant, 0 Lord, Ave. Apt. 4, died Sunday, May Hopkins of Lackland; one bro
we loved you but God loves you unto her and may light perpetual 14th. He is survived by a wife, ther Samuel Green of Winter

best. shine upon her L, Milleradaughter Mrs Haven neices grandchildrenand
M ; ,
Mrs. Mary E. Smith Lottie E, Ward Mable *
daughter I, M o z e 111 Wesley; three sis other relatives. Funeral
Mrs Dorothy A.Slaughter Daniels, Margueritte Davis
ters-in-law; two rothers-in- services will be held Saturday,
daughter Mr. James A, Holt, Cleomie Bloomfield daugh law; one son-in law. Funeral May 20th at Mt. Moriah Baptist
son and family. ters. 1 services will be conducted on Church with the Rev.Shipp
., +!Ht
j I Saturday, May 20th at 12 noon officiating
IN MEMORIAMIn in the
---- chapel.
IN MEMORIAMIn MARGIE G. BLATCHwho
loving remembrance of our
I Norman W, Singleton of 621 Mattew Kelsey of 1170 N.W.
dear husband
father and
In memory ofARLESTER departed this life May 6, grandfather NW 10th St., Hallandale, died 2nd Ave, died May 9, at Jackson

.. .' '1,I 1966. recently. He is survived by Memorial Hospital. He is
h There is an open gate at the -- four sons, Leroy, William, Joe survived by; two brothers

1 end of the road through which _( and Henry; one stepson, Robert Henry of Tallahassee, and

s 'I each must go alone and there Calvin B. Rogers, of2161 Wright; one daughter, Emanuel of Atlanta, Georgia;
in a light we cannot see our father Rutland Street, died on Saturday F ran c en a Stevenson; three I one sister Julia of Tallahasseeand

claims his own. May 13. He is survived by sisters, Ella Singleton, Laura other relatives
Beyound the gate your loved a wife, Myrtes; five children, Gray and Fannie Walls; two

tone finds happiness and rest Lois M, Richardson, Alphelia daughters-in-law, Jacquelynand
l" *} ...And there is comfort inthe Dames; John T. Rogers, Gwendolyn Singleton; one MANKER
thought that loving God knows son-in-law Herman Stevenson
Althca and Ivery Rogers; a
.;rL' best.Sadly Rr a mother, Mrs Ethel Rogers; Funeral services will be
missed u a sister, Lillie M, Barton; one conducted on Monday, May t2! Alphonso Jones, of 320 N.W.

...., ,,1 J The FamilyIN brother, Mack. Funeral services at the Greater Ward Chapel 44th Street, died, at his home
will be conducted on Sat- AME Church at an hour to be May 5th. Funeral services were
,
: fr,;;" urday, May 20, at 5:30: p.m. announced. held Saturday, 1:00: p.m., at
) MEMORIAM\ in the Greater Bethel Baptist Ebenezer Methodist Church.
r Church, Opa-locka. Curley Perry of 3038 NW 64th He is survived by a wife,
i1d In sad but loving memory of, R St., died Tuesday, May 16th. Johnnie; a mother JohnieAnn;

DEBORAH BROWN He is survived by a wife, six brothers, Frank, Ozell,
\' : I I 5 who departed this life May 20, John W, Cruse, o f 140 NW Hattie; two stepsons, Aubrey Booker T., Willie Robinson,

t 1966 : 17th St.., died Wednesday.' Mav. Keith and Averil Lenard; one Autrailia and Jermones; two
t: What would we give to see her _. 10. He is survived by a wife, (daughter, Yvette Anita; a sister sisters Tersa James and

YOUNG smile GEORGE DEAN Claudia; a daughter, Irene i Gladys 1 Flowers; a bro- Versie Lyes; one stepdaughter

; To sit and talk for just a while, who departed his life May 15, Stanley; four brothers, Lee i ther, Lucious. Funeral arrangements Ruby Curry.
who departed this life 20 Cruse Willie
May Though absent, she is always 1959. Marvin and ; are set for Saturday -
1964 near, God called him to heaven to Benjamin Daniels i ; two sisters ( 10 a.m. in the chapel
P( In yonder grave he lies, Still loved, still missed, still take a rest. Down here he has Mary Evans and Maudy Mrs. Lila Bridges of 820 NW Charlie Williams, of 1303

I where slowly winds the stealing very dear. done his very best, he went Lue Daniels Funeral services 67th Street died Tuesday, May N.W. 64th Street, died, May
wave; She leaves to mourn: Marie through trials and stood the were held on Wednesday, May 16th. Survivors include a 15th in Jackson Memorial He
The year's best sweets shall Brown, mother; Eugene test. Yes he has gone to heavento 17th at 400pmintheChapel. ,granddaughter, Mrs. Gladys is survived by his wife Vera
duteous
rise Douglas, brother; Sylvia rest. Sheffield; two sister, Ella Williams; one son Haywood;
To deck its poet's sylvan Miller, sister; Willie Mae Albert Shine, Jr., of 2190 W. \Johnson and Lizzie Thomas; two sisters Heneritta Lewis

(grave. Bowe, aunt; Ida Johnson, aunt; 6th Ct., Hialeah, died recentlyin i two great-granddaughtersRe- and Cleo Lewis; one brother
In yon deep bed of whisperingreeds Beatrice McMillan, aunt;Cousins IN MEMORIAMIn a local hospital. He is survived gina, Ann Lee and Mary Fran Dean; one daugherinlawJohnie

and relatives.IN by a wife, Mamie; three (cis Harristhree greatgrandsons Lue Williams. Funeral
His airy harp shall now be laid, memory of our mother, children; his parents, mr,and < Johnny, Cornell and Ce- arrangements are incmpleteat
That he, whose heart in sorrow MRS. EMMA LOUISE four sisters. Funeral services :ron. Funeral arrangementsare this time.

bleeds, MEMORIAMIn CHURCH will be conducted on Saturday, f incomplete.
May love through life the who was released from her May 20, at 1:00 p.m. in the -

soothing shade.Remembrance loving memory of our father earthly task on May 10, 1965, Bethel AME Church, Hialeah.
oft shall haunt grandfather and great- laid to rest May 16 at Hallan- I

the shore grand father, dale Cemetery. Esther B. Surrency, of 1260

When Thames in summer May God rest her soul. N.W. 59th Street, Apt 2, died LINCOLN MEMORIAL CEMETERY
wreaths is drest, GEORGE A. ROMER recently. He is survived by a

And oft suspend the dashing Loved Ones: sister, Mrs. Mildred
1" oar who departed this life 18 3001 HW 46th Str.et NE 4-419V
May Mrs. Ruby Cutler Williams. His remains were
I To did his gentle spirit rest. 1954. Mrs. Thelma Annis shipped on Wednesday, May 17

Gone but not forgotten.The Mrs. Leona RobertsGrandchildren to Waycross, Georgia, where E. JOHNSON, Monog.r OX 1.9199IA
Mrs. Sarah Smalley, mother and final rites and burial will be
and family family A host of friends conducted.
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Friday, May 12. the participants at Dillard Playgroundwere NAACP is planning to launcha ,
treated to a Game Day to climax it's weekly activities. massive membership cam-
B Such were played as marble contest and foul shooting contest.In paign, according to branch
. the boys dicision 6 9JimmyPalmer came out victorous, president, Rev. S. W. George. a t ,I$1l I I I I I. + 11 I tH dl III tt t +t Ctl I to a Is Aw rARwM R $ '
, and boys 10 12, Kenneth Covin was the winner. In the foul The campaign, May 27 June t
- shooting contest, Jeffery Miller was winner with Hubert Jack 25, will solicit the cooperation
I. Hart, Gay Walker, and Larry Lewis were tied for second. of all facets of the communityand
the county. The plan is to
WALTER OLIPHANT WINS HORSESHOE PITCHING CONTEST organize teams of ten workersand
I. Walter Oliphant won last week's horseshoe pitching contestby a captain. Each team will
J.I 1 J. defeating Larry Lewis in the fnals 21 to 14;All winners of be assigned to thoroughly can- !' :'dBrM.tFurniture
weekly t.urnaments will compete at the end of the month for vas a given area. The youth
ds the grand prize. will comprise several teamsas f,,' 1 ". .-
ISo well. ,A speakers' bureau
CO-ED NIGHT will be responsible for making
World Grand Opening Fri and Sat
Over 50 persons participated in the first co-ed night activity personal appeals for member-
planned for Friday nights at Walker Playground. ships at all churches and other
, These persons participated in foul shooting, races and relays organizations an d clubs. The The Edison Center business area got an extra boost this week when FurnitureWoro
I. Softball and a game of left-hand basketball. publicity committee plans to moved its main store, headquarters and warehouse into the huge store com
Some of the outstanding participants were: Ruben Carter, make full use of the news plex formerly occupied by F. W. Woolworth/ and Three Sisters at NW 7th Ave. and
S Jesse Johnson, James Lee,Jerry Davis,Almedia Brown,Sadie media for this county-wide ef- 62nd Street.
The Grand is scheduled : and of this week
Jones and Larry King. fort. Opening or Friday Saturday when a
S Each Friday night is set aside so that all persons, no matter tremendous sale will slash the prices on just about every piece of furniture in the

how limited skills are,can compete on Individual or team bas- Now in its 58th year, the huge store.
ic. Won't you plan to be there this Friday night? We hope you NAACP is the oldest and most From seven to ten p.m. on the two nights the store Is inviting the public to be
will effective civil rights organi- their guest at a sip and snack. There will be a live band playing the latest popular
n music. House of
Photography photo.
zation.The NAACP seeks to re-
r ACTIVITIES CONDUCTEDHey move from public life all
X you guys and dollsl! Did you notice the constant streamof vestiges of segregation and "Miss WRBD" Contest Gets on The Way
,,1 participants flowing to and from North Fork Playground dur- discrimination based solely on .
. ing the past week? They're really been having a wonderful race. The NAACP has fought June 2 makes the date for all instamatic camera worth $50, mas, funiture and many
e e time making simple crafts and participating in quiet and active diligently for executive orders the entries to be in for the title a portable admiral television others.
games. banning discrimination in federally "Miss WRBD. This excitingnew worth $175, a trade school All girls, 16 to 19 are urgedto
a There's even a few Junior leaders around who are well' assisted housing, has contest presented by scholarship, a $50 gift certificate enter today. Entryblanksmay
d versed in the art of lanyard making. made it possible for many Ne- Radio Station WRBDpromisesto a portable record player, be picked up at any participating -
Wouldn't you like to become a part of this group? Well waitno groes to secure skilled and be quite an affair. The win- valued at $75,a lady shunbeam sponsor. All avid
longer I Crafts, simple relays, quiet games and active gamesare white collar Jobs, is seekingthe ner, chosen from 15 finalist, hair dryer, a lady sunbeam listeners of WRBD are urgedto
offered daily at your playground.Don't let the stream flow right for all to enjoy recreational will be crowned during the big manicure set, $100 worth of get ready for the great
this week and you not be a part of it. You are always welcometo and other public coronation to be held on June records and albums,an all expense event. There'll be no admis-
visit the playground daily between the hours of 2.00: 6:00: facilities, is struggling for 18th at the Dillard Gym. The paid trip to the Baha- sion charged.
p.m. Mrs. Burns, directress and Mr.Harris,leader will be on Justice for all before the law, ceremonies will be aired
hand to greet you. We'll look for you this week. and the NAACP has succeededin "live' over WRBD. Many ,.
Y getting enacted the Voting famous entertainers are slat- MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
BIRTHDAY PARTY Rights Act. ed to be on hand for the affair YOU THEY
ARE TELLING
MIAMI TIMES
a All children born in the month of May were honored at Lin- plus the entire WRBD family.
e coln with a birthday paty. Games, relays and refreshments Dr. Von D. Mizell,prominent Among the prizes to be APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
were enjoyed by all participants. Those born in May were Irish physician-surgeon is chair- awarded are a 100%human THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.PI .
r Elaine Washington seven years, Micheal Bell eight years and man of the 1967 Spring mem- hair wig worth $175, a Kodak EASE PATRONIZE THEM!
n Debra Paton twelve years. All children living in the Lincoln bership campaign. Miss HazelM.
1 Playground area are Invited to visit the playground Monday Land from the NAACP National -
thru Friday from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m; office is assisting the ..
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p CITY-WIDE TRACK ACTION 1.; uUa/tkeft\,;

District III of the Department Recreation,track program .
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entered into its third week of competition last Saturday with
r North Fork Playground inthe number one spot in league stand- lIP. .Yr 1tul1eftaQ ffio 1el.r.
ings. North Fork has captured three consecutive meets for a
grand total of 354 points.Lincoln Playground is in second place / )\i
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with a won two and lost none record, followed by Sunland Play- 6701 N. W. 18TH AVENUE
s ground. Star track performers on North Fork track team are: "\ '
d Rosie Goldsby, Mamie Jones, Louise Wright,Joan Cross and ,BAs (t'Y' '' 6D 1.9151 RES. 034.318WILLIAM jr
; Cleveland Philpott. The following boys and girls are star 'i
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. 691-7661 Smiling Eddie Lee Pittman, -
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The Hanker Funeral Home
ret owner of the Dive-Inn Bar,
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9431. He invites all his old
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, friends. Everyone welcome.
Enjoy the pool room and bow-

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very cce depet apaco Jesus to many I I. truly,many HEALER giving p.opl.'f victory service under the fine leadership of

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have a special message for
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be read on Special Days.If .

The House of Albert stampcdjSelf-addressed quickly you want, Send to be$1.00 delivered and en- help, you the moment that you call.

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S. D. A. 13th Annual Women's Day PRESBYTERIAN'GRACE UNITED l \I -

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Elder J. Hinson, pastor] Congratulations to the United ,

J Mrs. C. Walker, reporter Observance at Antioch Presbyterian women for the j

The woman of Berea will, inspiring devotional programon I ICITY
celebrate their 2nd annual Wo- On Friday, May 19th, at 8:00: Mother's Day. On the fourth

men's Dayprogram,Saturday, p.m., the Rev. Willie C. Ivery Sunday evening, at 7:30: p.m., WIDE MISSION
PROVIDENCE May 20. Mrs. Birdie Cochairman x will deliver an inspirational the senior high fellowship will
Several selections MEETS AT .
Rev C.J. Burney, pastor along with com- message. bring a program, honoring
Ernest Murry, reporterThe mittee members and the women will be rendered by the Antioch senior high graduates. ST. BARNABASThe
have been working very Male Chorus. Also highlighting Remember the date: Friday, city wide mission will
ordiance of baptism wil I hard to make this day very the night's activity will be May 26, at 7:30 p.m. church meet at St. Barnabas Baptist
be observed on Sunday 21
at 10:00 a.m. May special and rewarding in the crowning of Mrs. Antioch. family night, sponsored by the Church, Sunday, May 21, at 3:
Christ. The morning speaker Who will she be? Deacon board and the Usher p.m. the public is invited.The
The church will observe thpastor's
ewill be commissioner Athalie Sunday, May 21, will climaxthe board. Donation: 75$. president !is asking i all

anniversary on Mon- Range, at 11:00am.: the afternoon Woman's Day observance.Mrs. Let us remember our sick missionary members to come
day May 22, at 8:00 1A
The Young Woman's auxilary p.m'r: speaker will be Mrs. Mable Anderson will deliver ( and shut-in, and remember, out to business meeting on
the message at the 11:00: at Friday night May 19.
will be selling potato pies on, Phyllis Meadows, 430: p.m. you are always welcome ,
The public is invited attend. Grace. Mrs. Lula Moran, president,
Saturday, May 20 You may
Your Rev. H. Demerette pastor at
presence will be highly ,
at 1769
purchase a pie N.W.
appreciated. The services will JORDAN GROVERev. 5871 N.W. 24th Avenue.GLENDALE .
41st Street, or call 635-6245, ___
the price is 100. be held at Grace Presbyterian C.H. Smith, Pastor e.

The Willing Workers will sell 1, Church N.W. 14 Ave. and 69th MRS. RACHEL PRATT Eddie L. Gilbert, reporter BAPTISTRev.

dinners on Saturday, May 20, Street. Stop look and listen there will B.L. Turner, pastor
at the church the price $1.00. 1 r } Both ladies are dynamic be a million dollar wedding on R.M. Harrington, reporterOur

You may call the church for; FELLOWSHIPHe speakers and their addresses Sunday, at 3:00 p.m. in behalfof GA's are still engaged in
free deliveries, at 758-0922. saith unto them,but whom will be centered around the the Women's Day project. Forcus Week. They will have

Consecration hour isheJdeach j I say ye that I am? Matt. 16:15.: theme Christian i Woman The public is invited. On the the Mother and Daughter Ban-

Sunday morning, at 5:00: j I I am sure that in our everyday Striving to Obtain Higher fourth Sunday in May the wo- quet on this Friday night.They
a.m. lives, at sometime or Heights for God." men will celebrate their 9th will visit the Museum of

Prayer meeting is held each I other, we have heard someone We are
Tuesday, at 8:00 p.m say to another or toes, who do activities of the day will gram. The chairman is asking ing, and on this Sunday, they

Let us continue in prayer for you think you are? or we have delight you and prove to be each one top lay well their will be the guest of the GA'sat

our sick and bereaved members said to someone what or who quite enlightening. Won't you part. The public is invited.Sis. First Baptist Church of

do you think I am. Well from I. come out and meet the members Mary Brown, chairman.To Perrine.Let .
the way I think, we are all important ... of our church family? the sick put your trust and us continue to pray for

MT. PLEASANT to God,because we are MRS. DORA LUNDY .Mrs. Dora Lundy, chairman, faith in God. those who are experiencing
spiritual beings, in His sight.It a.m. service and Mrs. Mrs. Rachel Pratt and Mrs. illness and sorrow a t this

METHODIST is up to us to make what we Leenette Pennington will Mammie Taylor, Cochairmen ST. PAUL AME time. Remember the boys on

Rev. William Mack, pastoWomen's r want to be, and be just that. I speak at the evening service Rev. P.W. Wiggins,pastor the battle field.
I hope that it is good, you want to which will begin, at 7:00: p.m. Rev. T.C. Kelly, Jr., pastor ---
Day Program,Sun be, so until a later date, if God Mary Amos, reporterThe
day May 21. Mrs G.T, Lindsey be, so until a later date, !if pastor is asking all ST. JAMES AME

I morning speaker 11:00 a.m. God's will thanks, and my GIGANTIC MAY SONG DRAKE MEMORIAL choirs, ushers, and as many Rev. F.E. Sneed, pastor

prayers for all of you. FESTIVAL SUNDAY members as uossible to n.11"0.._ Joseph Marshall, reporterOur
.T1 with him to Mt., Herman Sun-

FRIENDSHIPRev. Everyone; is Invited to St. .,. day, at 3:00 p.m. to partici- Nineteenth Annual Men's

t J.E Jenkins, pastorSis. John Baptist Church., 1328 NW pate in their Men's Day program Day will be held Sunday, May
21st. at which time
Rev. L.
Ruby Carr, reporterThe 3rd Avenue to a Gigantic May .
Festival sponsored by The Junior Ushers' invite Holmes, pastor of New
first Building Fund Jubi- Song 4 you
Greater
Bethel
AME Church
lee of the Friendship Baptist the B.T.U. Aid Society Sunday, to attend a Musical Tea Sun- ---,- ...-
Church will ,begin its climax May 21, at 7:30: p.m. day May 21, at 3oop.m.atthe t
23 with The program will feature church please come and sup-
"Abqg on Tuesday night, May ,
A choirs of the city presentingthe Mrs. Elvira Burney, The Star- ''r..I port our children.

program. Highlighting this light Gospel Singers, Mrs. All Laymen are asked to meetat

program will be the Spirtual Vernice Ross, The Rossetts, 4:30 p.m. on the fourth Sun

Harmonizers, Wednesday, The Singing Missionary, and a day, at the church Mrs. Alice

Thursday, and Friday nights The Johnsonian. Jackson, local president
will be a joyous time with Sister Thurston !is presidentand The M.J. Fayson club will

three of Miami's outstanding Rev. T. Johnson pastor.. meet Sunday May 21, after the
---- '-- morning service. Please be
ministers and their
congrega-
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tion. Sunday morning and Sun- --- Rev Jarius W. Dunn, pastor present.You .
MRS. W. K, SMITH
day night will close the week and yours are Invited to
SHILOH BAPTISTRev.
Mrs. WK. Smith, evening; with all totals for the pass six "This one thing I do, forgett- attend a Memorial Tea May 21,
A.M. Griffin, pastor ing those things which are behInd at the home of Mrs Lillie
speaker 7:30: p.m. Theme: Wo- months. Come out and give us Mae
men did you get the message support. Help build an edificewe Sis C,M. Myles, reporterThe and reaching forth into Woods, 1581 N.W. 56th St.,
The is! those things which are before, come and tribute to
public invited.
will all be proud of. pay your
No. 2 choir is having a
I toward
press the mark for the
Mrs. Irene Adams loved ones.Remember.
chairman May 27th a Musical Banquet
,
sale at the home of sister prize of the high calling of God
( and Mrs. Beatric Merrit t will be given at the home of Sis. Cynthia Patterson 4720 NW our sick and shut-
in Christ: Jesus. REV L. HOLMES
Co-chairman. Annie Laster 2104 N.W. 82nd 23rd Ct. telephone 635-1991. in and pray for their speedy

Street, at 8:00p.m. sponsoredby There will be a tea given by The pastor, officers and recovery. Goulds, will be the morning
1 TEMPLE BAPTISTThe Choir No. I, Refreshments the pastor's aid club Sunday, members of Drake Memorial speaker. At 300; p.m. Rev. G.

celebration of the 37th will be served. at 3:00 p.m., at the church. invite all their friends to NEW MT. MORIAH M. Champion and congregationof

anniversary of the church and Miss Teenage Friendship Everyone is invited. please attend the church and Rev A.L. Shipp, pastorSis. Wards Chapel AME Church,

pastor i s in progress this will be announced May 28,(who Everyone is invited to a Saturday pastors first anniversary, Evelyn Souter, reporterThe Hallandale, will be our guest,

week, with a different pastor will be our most popular teenager night beach party given Sunday, May 21, at 3:30: p.m. pastor is asking the and, at 7:00: p.m., Rev. W.E.

and his congregation each )? by the No. 1 Usher Board. Do- Rev. A.C. Janney pastor of entire church to accompany Sims and congregation of New

night. It will close on Sunday] Confined to the hospital is nation 100. Please come out New Bible Testament Church him to West Hollywood tonight

evening. Sister Minnie Lee Thomas and and have a good time and enjoy will deliver the message Monday (Thursday), at 7:30 p.mtoSt.
.The boys and girls of the Sis. Callie Nell Walker. Get yourself eating. night, at 8:00 p.m. Rev. F. luke Primitive Baptist

Templeite chorus will bring\ well wishes are extended. Don't forget the fourth SundayIn W. Tanner Sr., and congregation. Church, Rev. 0. Taylor, pas-

their popularity contest to a this month, morning and Tuesday. night at8:00 Dm

close Sunday at 3:30 p.m witha night will be Women's Day. Rev, James Pickett, and congregation tor.We are to go to Macedonia
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spicy program. Visitors and The rummage sale was pos- Wednesday night, at Baptist Church, Brownsville,

friends are invited to come out HURST CHAPEL AME poned this Saturday, but will 8:00 p.m. Rev. T.C. Kelly and, Friday, May 26, at 8:00: ;>.m.
and see how they run. be this Saturday, at 1200 N.W. congregation Thursday night, Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor.

iHonored on Mother's Day 65th Street. at 8:00 p.m. Rev. P. W. May 28, we will accompany

were Mrs. Sarah Johnson who Rev W.J. Allen, pastor Remember to pray and visit Williams, and congregation.The the pastor, at 3:00: p.m., to
has the largest number of Mrs. Jean Townsend, reporter the sick and shutin.PASTOR'S anniversary will close on Bethlehem Baptist Church,

children, grandchildren and Sunday night May 28, witha Rev. O.V. West, pastor
great-grandchildren, 76; Mrs. spiritual song feast. Let us continue our prayersfor

Dean had the largest numberof Sunday was Mother's Day at AID UNIONThe our pastor, sick, shut-ins,
Many thanks to sister
children and grandchildren Hurst Chapel, we had a wonderful Dorothy bereaved families and those in
Pastor's Aid Union will
Brown and the Pastor's Aid for
and
present
Mrs.Seymour was
time, our evening ser- the Armed Services. Visitorsare
with the New
convene Hope
the beautiful
flowers
the youngest mother given to
present.
vice was rendered by the Jun- always welcome.
Primitive Baptist Church, the oldest
ior under the directionof mother, youngest REV.
Church
W. E. SIMS
1301 N.W. 1st place, Sunday mother and mother with the MT.CARMELRev.
ST. PETER'SCATHOLIC Mrs. Willie M. James May 21, at 3:00 p.m. largest club Hope Baptist Church will wor-
The
family. also
.
Let us not forget our Green D.A. Bradley, pastor ship with us. We are invitingyou
Leaf Mrs. honored the pastors mother- Sis. Louise McGriff, reporterWe
Tea sponsored by to come out and bring a
Rev. O.L.Nickerson, astorof in-law, the mother of the
Geneva Brown at the home of friend and the
enjoy day with
St. Peter's American Catho- Mrs. Mae Bell Strong, 10761S. Mt. Olivette Baptist Church, church and the pastors wife.A are having services on
lic Cathedral announces its 12 Choir and Usher Board will be special thanks to deacon Monday nights for the benefitof us.Usher
W. 151st Street, May 28, Board 2
No.
will
Annual Catholic Women's Day from in charge of service.All mem- Roundtree, deacon Blue, sis- our building fund. We invite sponsor -
4-6 a beach
p.m. bers are asked to be presentand ter Clara Roundtree, sister you to come over and be withus. picnic Sunday, May
celebration on Sunday
: May 28
The Lawrences were very Our at Virginia Beach begin-
time. McKinnon sister pastor will deliver the
on
21 at 3:00 The public is Berry and
p.m. happy to have their mother messages. ning, at 3:00 p.m.Come and enjoy -
invited. 1811 N.W. sister Dorothy Brown for pro-
cordially home for Mother's Day. the afternoon with us. The
4th court. Let us pray for our sick and Sister Willie Mae Bagglet, is viding the refreshments for Remember the sick and shut- May-ites Calendar Club will

Rev. Father Donald Anthony, shut-Ins and our young men in president sister A.L. our BTU's Mother's Day re- ins and pray for those who have serve dinner Sunday May 21st,

is priest. the Armed Forces. Stephens is secretary. ception. lost their loved ones in 'the church parish hall.




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THE MIAMI TIMES; Friday, M.yI9, 1 1967 ''I 17


\ BIG HEATER SONG BATTLEAT BETHEL NEW BETHANY 17th Annual Women's Day FIRST BROWNSVILLE BAPTISTOF PARTY HOSPITAL AT FLORIDA


AME Sunday May 7th, wasthetimefor
At Mt. Olivette
} SundayThe Rev. W.M. Davis, pastor the Annual Spring Party at
: A big three-way battle Is Donella Turner, reporterThe
Lantana friends and
many
waging at Greater Bethel, Women of Mt. Olivette cal program and panel discus visitors witnessed this,affairat
AME Church, 245 N.W. 8th St., chairman and cochairman -
Baptist Church will bring to a sion. Guest solist Mrs.Valdez this time 400 pots of plants
and the Rt. Rev. E.G.Hatcher, close one of the biggest drivesin Murray. The theme for the day of Youth Day are urgingall to patient
Bishop of the 11th Episcopal the history of the church, is Building better Christian young people along with the with were passed left every
over they were
many ,
District gave fatherly and pas- the celebration of their 17th Fellowship." captains and co-captains to
station the
the
left in
torial counsel to Dr. S.A. Annual Women's Day.The women please meet at the church nurses ,
and directors
Cousin, the officers and mem- under the leadership of Thursday night, May 18th fora prayer room,
bers, as the 71st anniversary chair man i Mrs. Marian very important meeting office, these flowers were pot-
ted several clubs dthe
mothers ,day speaker Sunday ? Arinah, chairman Mrs. .There will be a tea sponsoredby by well individuals cityas and

morning at the regular wor- Ella M. Roberson and Mrs. M. captain No.1, Donnie friends.We as
ship hour.It Whitehead, Sunday afternoon
Antionette Wilcox have chosenone to have
is expected the siege will of Dade County's most dynamic from 4 to 6 p.m. We're hoping were pleased so
the special
sharing
reach the climax Sunday, May speakers as guest for that you and yours will come many
chartered bus
28th, at 8:00: p.m., at the re- the morning services, in per- out and help the young peoplein dinner served trip a delicious then
was we
gular evening worship hourwhen son of Mrs.Leenette Penning- the effort toward Youth ,
REV. CARTERWe went to the auditorium for the
the St.James AME ChoirNo. Day.
ton. She is a graduate of Mor-
show. We wish to thank all who
2 clashes with the Gospel are inviting you b the con- gan State College with a B.S. Our prayers go out to our sick
helped in making this affair a
choir of Greater Bethelintheir elusion of and shut-ins. God'sbles-
i our pastor's anni- degree in Phychology. She May
annual Battle of songs. versary on Sunday evening, at worked as a social worker for sings be upon you. great success
Mr. Israel is
Mrs. Christalee Cooper, pre- 3:00 p.m.Rev.A. McRaney 5 years with the Florida State To our visiting friends, you' sident Armstrong pre-
of the Sunshine Club of
,
sident of Greater Bethel Gos- Mt. Aaron Baptist Church will Welfare Department. A mem- have a warm and hearty wel- Dade

pel choir is lining up membersand render service.Refreshments ber of Hurst Chapel AME come to worship with us again. County.

friends on their side will be served. Church in Perrine and also

to keep th e prize at home. Let us continue to pray for serves as a teacher in the Dade JULY CLUB DT. ELKS QON l Sp/R/ru;
LEENETTE PENNINGTON "' l\tc s qtsR
At the conclusion of the con our sick and shut-ins and for County School System, and Is
PLAN EL
test, officers and members of our sons in the Armed Forces a member of the National On Sunday afternoon, May 28, BOAT' RIDESMrs. ...
the church who have been the Marion Muldow, chair- '-=
wag- Council of Negro Women. The Male Chorus will presenta
a campaign to materializethe man of the July club of Greater 1
ing guest soloist for the morning Spring Festival of music
dream of Rev. S.A.Cousiand \ MACEDONIA will be Mrs. Thelma featuring various groups and Bethel AME Church,and

the officers to nANNIVERSARY McDonald.In choirs. You are cordially invited daughter ruler of the pride of RD SHOP11 J

the property adjacent to the evening services a musi- toattendthese services. Miami Temple, IBPO Elks of \

church are expected to declare Choir No. 2 of the Macedonia -... .. the world, announced today
'- -
history when they make their Baptist Church, 3515 Douglas plans are being perfected by 634-9389

report Sunday nieht.: road in Coconut Grove will ob- TRIUMPH THE CHURCH ANTIOCH M. B. both groups for big boat outingin

Sunday, May 21st, Auxiliary serve it's 35th anniversary on AND KINGDOM OF Rev. A.M. Essix pastorIn which the public is cordially
invited to the cool
Board No. 2, will meet at the Friday night, May 19,at 8 p.m. GOD IN CHRIST honor of Mother's Day both enjoy
with Rev Readon breezes. For reservations,
I.H.
pastorof NOTARY PUBLIC it
home of choirs and usher boards were
Mrs. Mozell ,
the Jordan Chapel Free Prince W.J. Roberts, pastor Mrs. Muldrow may be contacted INCOME TAX SERVICE o
Lissmore and her on duty.
daughter, or member
will any
Baptist Church of Coco-
Mrs. Corine Anton, 2237 N.W. Mother's Day at our churchwas Sunday morning, Rev.
nut Grove, and his members in
66th Street, at 5:00p.m. Mrs. a happy one for sister Mercer, owner of Mercer ---- -- -- -- -- --- ---
Jessie Giles is president charge of the services. On Davis, mother J. Murray and church, supply and printingwill
Sunday, May 21, at 3:00: p.m. mother G. Williams. They preach. Our pastor will Jack's MEN'S WEAR
--- various
choirs have been Invited
were chosen by sister King, bring the evening sermon.
MT. ZION AME Please come out and en- sister Dunn and brother Usher Board No. 1 will celebrate SEE "MR. JACK"

Rev. Milton Fayson, pastor joy a fine program.Thank you. Fluelling to be the mothers of their anniversary, Sun- FOR
Hamp, Simmons, president, STYLES FOR ALL ACES
Our second quarterly confer the year. day, at 3:00 p.m. Union Grove
ence on Friday night was well Rev. J.A.F. Finlayson,pastor. The Triumph Church's Wo- Baptist Church, Rev. R.Smith The Very Latest in Mo..', Fashions

attended and presiding Elder men's District meeting will and v a r i o u s Usher Boards SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS

J.A. Roberts commended the MT. CALVARYRev. convene in Jacksonville, participating. ITALIAN SHOES

boards and the auxiliaries for beginning the 29th of May. Revival preaching begin June 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florid.SAMPSON'S .

their splendid reports he also Samuel Atchison, pastor Prepare yourselves and lets 5th thru June 9th, by Rev. G.

commended pastor Fayson and Cynthia Johnson, reporterThe get ready to attend and hear W. Phillips, Fort Lauderdale.

p the church for its' workable members of the NOl "What thus says the Lord."

program and the two,jQ waux- Choir will be celebrating the

chior who sans for the open- climax of their anniversary on

ing of the conference and the Sunday afternoon, May 21. GREATER GIBBS MARKET

Male Chorus who furnished Everyone is given a cordial Rev. A.J. Beard, pastor
the music for the rest of the welcome by the No. 1 choir to

evening. come and celebrate with them. Greater Gibbs Chapel Church 1466 NW 62 SI

Steward board No..1 will sell The members of the Mt.Cal will sell, at the church, Friday
Bar-B-Que at the church Sa- vary Church also would like to and Saturday night. Benefit for

turday and will also sponsoran wish success and happiness to Baby contest, June 11. free Delivery 696.5711

after service Song Feast our newlyweds Coetta The pastor is asking all

Sunday night. Richardson and Alfreda Gray. members to take part in buy-

ing tickets, for the great con-
ST. JOHN AME EBENEZER test between Saint Mary Bap-

Rev. W.A. Curry, pastor Rev. A.D. HallMother's tist Church and Gibbs Chapel BRISKETSPECIALS

The 51st anniversary of the Day servicesat A.M.E. Church.Come out and

founding of St. John began last Ebenezer, were very in- meet old friends and eat and

Sunday night. spirational. drink: Sister Annie Bell,

Sunday night, at 6:30: p.m.Dr. A bouquet of flowers was: chairman. STEW BEEF 35
RH Johnson and congregationfrom presented to M r s Isabell 'LB. *

Richmond Heights, Mar- Francis, for having the largest
tin MemorialAMEChurchwill number present of any family. SOUTH DADE NEWS

have charge of the service. She had a total number of 20
Tuesday night, Stewardess present. Mrs. Eloise Glass Mrs. Milissa Harris, W.C., FRYERS 29
LBS
Board No. 1 will be in charge of had the second largest num- Mrs. Rosie L. Thomas and *
Mrs. Ester Methls of the Rose
the service. ber present, a total of 14.The
June 9 will be heldin I'of Sharon No. 23 went to
a banquet entire congregation shared in
the Student union buildingat the pride and joy with these I Gainsville, over the weekendto

the University of Miami, at mothers. The presentations j Calanthe attend the and session Knights of the of NECK BONES 5 LBS. 69*

11:00 p.m. were made by Mrs. A.D.Hall, Pythias. They were guest of

Sr. Mrs. Emma Taylor.II .
CHRIST EPISCOPALRev. Choir No. 2 invites the public FRESH

to attend their 10th Annual

Theo. R. Gibson, rector Musical Spring Tea, Sunday, I YEARS Of RESPONSIBLY. GROUND BEEF 2 LBS. 88

Antonlette Silva, reporter May 21,at 4:00: p.m. Mrs.0111e BUILDING SERVICE TO

Sunday, Mother's Day, was a M. Ross, president.The THE COMMUNITY TENDER

marvelous occasion when so District Superintendent, Wkt* BUYING M BUILDING
many mothers and children attended Rev. E.J. Sheppard, Sr., will
mass at the 8:00 a.m. worship with us Sunday, May CALL STANLEYPL BEEF LIVER 2 LBS. 88C

service. A special sermon for 21, on his fourth quarterly 1-3S01
mothers was delivered by the round. Business session, O LONG GRAIN
BAKED
BY HOLSUM
Booutlfvl Homos
priest. Tuesday night. All chairmenand
Students home from college presidents are equested to Built on Your Lot R '
t1 t or Ours RICE 5 BA GS9j. BREAD 10
after (
completing a successful have reports ready.LIBERTY Attractive Alt.,.-

year are Percy Brown, Jr., CITY tloni and Addition FOR 39<

Mona Bethel, Debbie Gibson .Lot Us Demolish FRESH FLA. GRADE A'
and Brenda McAfee. CHURCH OF CHRISTF.L. Your Worn outHouse

Several members were in- Thompson, minister and Build a EGGS 4 DOZ $1.00FRED
vited to attend the Episcopal T.S. Holmes, reporter Lovely New Homo
Call U. (or Pacts About
(Churchwomen meeting held This week we say goodby to Building
1 last week at St. Thomas Episcopal Miss Barbara Braceful, a recent
Good Bonk Financing
Church. Sister Joan graduate of Northwestern 1 SET OF 4 DRINKING GLASSES
Margaret of the Haiti was Senior High School, who is .

the speaker. Mr. Frederick leaving us for Clinton, Iowa STANLEY BUILDERS, W/REG. PURCHASE OF 10.00 OR MORE
.
Simmons former church where she will enter the Job Inc.Llc.es.d

school superintendent flew Corps we wish her much ....,.d
home for the weekend tobe success, and hope that she will WEEKS! IUTTERIALL SPEC. ITEMS $8.88"I .'
Street ,
188 N. E. 79th
I Margaret Simmons on Mothers continue her Christian activities Miami,' Florida
Day. where ever she goes.




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18 THEMIAMH1MES. Fddy; Ma1.tt: : 1967' . . . .

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I Dr. Susie C. Holley/ to be Honored Carver ="I' T EMp:


With Testimonial/ Dinner l May. 24thDr. RanchesNews LA UDERDALE#\ 0

BY PORTER DAVIS, JR.The .
'it
Susie C. Holley of Fort Endsley, Bessie Von Englyn,
Lauderdale, will be honored Blanche Tom Evans Rev. ii- -
with a testimonal dinner on Ely, By Walter Bow' Elks Club boasts another weekend of delightful enter-
Everett Miss Janice
n, J. night with a HoBo Dance spon-
tainment beginning on Friday
24th at the
Wednesday May
,
Flagg, Rev. C. V. Ford, Ros- The South Broward Post No. which at 10:00
Galt Ocean Mile Hotel in Ft sored by the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority begins : p.m.
Lauderdale. In addition to ho- chell Franklin, Andy Gambar- 8195 F.W.will hold installation On Saturday night the Royal Duchess Club will sponsor Its An- j
noring one of Florida's most della, James J, Gardener. of officers and members nual Queen of the Year Dance. During the course of the even- r
well known and respectedcivicleaders Also RoyGlisson Golden Sunday May 21st, at the Fire ing the Queen will be crowned This affair begins, at 10:00: p.m. t
Judge Jose Gonzales, FannieP. Hall in Carver Ranches 44th of the AscenJ
the dinner is also being P On Sunday afternoon the Young Adults Club
sponsored to enlist finan- Grisham, Edwin Haddad, Ave and 21st Street W. Hollywood sion Presbyterian Church will sponsor a Fashion Show begin-
Alcee Hastings, Nathaniel at 3:00 All posts in
cial support to the Florida : p.m. ning, at 600; p.m. ,
Hankerson, Ora Hollinger, the Oth district are invited.Of-
Memorial will precede College.the A dinner reception at z.b Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Holt, ficers elect are: RobbieL. The Mt Herman AME Church will observe its Annual Men's

6:30 p.m. and the dinner houris Ulysses Horne, Elsie Johns, Brayboy, commander ; Day service on Sunday, May 21, at 11:00: am. service. As guest
7:30: p.m., the dress for the William Johnson, Robert P. Folia Boyd, senior vice-com- speaker for the 11:00 a.m. service the very distinguished Rev.
ocassion is informal. f Jordan, William Kanoff,Judge mander; Charles Hart Jr., Roger P. Fair who is a native of Greenwood, South Carolina
Stanton Kaplan, William J. vice-commander; Walter A, Rev, Fair has served as Personnel Director for Migratory La-
Dr. Holley has been associated __ _... Kelly, Yvonne Kenedy, Susie Bowe quarter-master several
''' T '' -- "WI ; borers, state of New York, 1945-46, served pastor-
with Florida Memorial DR. SUSIE HOLLEYtion Ann Lamar, Robbie R. M. Nelson Mossis, post sergent; ates In the South Carolina Conference of the Methodist Church,
College for over 30 years. In Leviton, Mrs, Quentin Long, C. B, Blount, judge advocate; was first Negro to serve as President of the Ministerial As-
1955 she was selected as Wo- former first Vicepresident Vic Maffey, Dr. Gordon
Jimmy Wiggins (adjutant
; sociation of the Halifax Area, 1958 and was awarded a certi-
man of the Year in Ft. Lauderdale Women's Convention Merritt William Miller
Jarius Drake trustee i installing
W. ; ficate of distinguish service by this body in 1960. Rev. Fair
Last year the North- Auxiliary to the National Bap- William Morse, Eula S, officer,, commander, has also served Jointly as pastor of Stewart Memorial Metho-
west Branch YMCA honoredDr. tist Convention, USAanda Moseley. Leroy Mizell, C. B. Kernell Dames of the 5693 dist Church Daytona Beach, and professor of religion and phil-
Holley by initiating a Cul- member of the Quality Educa- Morton, Leola McCoy, Emmet post V.F.W. Opa-locka. osophy, Bethune Cookman College. Rev. Fair is now chaplainand
tural Development Program tion Commission Board of McTigue, Robert McMichels, chairman of Department of Religion and Philosophy,
which is known as the YMCA Public Instruction, Broward Judge Clayton Nance, Judge There will be a mass meet- Bethune Cookman College since 1947, secretary, Florida Con-'
Y'Der Cultural Horizons So- County. Robert O'Toole, Ethel Pappy. ing, at the Carver Ranches ference of the Methodist Church, also chairman of Board of
ciety. Dr. Holley is a corpo- The following are serving as Also Rev. G. W. Phillips, Park, May 21, Time 3OOp; .m, Missions, financial secretary, Ministerial Association of Hall-
rate member of the northwest Co-chairman of the Dinner Fredrick N. Pinkston, Homer the purpose of the meeting is fax Area, president, Social Engineers,Inc.,Rev. Fair is mar-
branch YMCA voting membership Committee: Edwin A. Haddad Randles, Mr. and Mrs. Joe to give the people of the com- ried and the father of two children.At .
committee and a yearly II Dr. Von Delaney Mizell and Reddick,Thomas J. Reddick,
munity a chance to discuss the 3-.00 p.m. services a panel discussion will be held on
contributor to the YMCA an- Rev. George Weaver. The Cato Roach, John Sands, Henry their problems in the community the topic; "What are some of the needs of our Community?"
nual financial effort. members of the Dinner Com- Schuler Alma Smith, Clyde The County Commis- Guest Male Choirs from Mt. Olive and other local churcheswill
<. She is a member of the community mittee are; Attorney George Smith, Rev, HenrySmith, P. J. sioner will be tie speaker. render musical selections.
service council, north- Allen, Dr. Marvin S. Allen, Smith, Robert Smith, Dr C. H. Sponsored by the Carver Ran- Formal recognition of the acheivements of four different -
west Women's Federated club Emerson Allsworth, Rev Shirley, James, Stephanis, ches Hyde Park Homeowners groups will highlight 14th Annual Adult High School
of Fort Lauderdale Fort Lau- Luther Anderson, Dr James Janie Stewart Maude L. Storr
Association. Graduation program on May 22, at 8:00p.m., at Fort Lauder-
derdale chairman of Mis- Bass, Ralph Bass, Barbara Dr. H. Sweeting, Mrs.Carl dale High School Dr. Abraham Fischler, dean of the Holly-
sionary Assemblies, NAACP, Bernston, Dr. Keith Bernston,, Saunders, Ralph Townsel, --- -- ,---- wood Educational Center of Noval University will deliver the
Juvenile Court Board of Bro- William Blue, Louetta Brown, Ernestine Turner, Joseph kn commencement address. Taking part In the program will be
ward Count/, Cradle Nursery J. Harold Burke, Mayor Varon, Rev. L. P. Watson, i the Fort Lauderdale, Symphony Chorus conducted by George
Board of Trustees, member of Edmund Burry, Joseph Welcom Watson, Commis- f r Sistrunk. Some 250 adults who have completed high school requirements -
the Board of Trustees, Florida Carter, Dr. Eugene sioner Boisey Waiters, Edison since last July I, will be presented with diplomas.
Memorial College, Sunday Christian, Rev B, D. Coes, Wheeler, Dr. Kenneth Nearly 40 who have completed the English for the foreign born
School Teacher and president Ray Coleman, Rev. S, Collier, Whitson, C. Duane Wickard, t program will receive certificates. Two added features of the
Missionary Society of her Mrs.. Maude Colston, Mrs. Arthur E, Williams, annual program include the recognition dthose who have com-
church president, Woman's Benjamin Cox Charles Martin Wohl, George Woods, pleted the Auto Mechanics course at the Dillard Adult Center.
Missionary and Educational Creighton, Extell F. Curry, Susie Wormack Davis Wright, These men have successfully accomplished a program which
Convention Auxiliary to the James Dallas, Susie Daniels, Rev H. W, Wright, Cy Young includes more than 1,400 hours of practice. The fourth groupto
State General Baptist Conven- Tommie Douglas, Douglas and Virginia Young.of .
be recognized will be persons who have completed all the
requirements for eighth grade diplomas.These will be awarded -

Committee Recommends Relocating Present equivalency diplomas. The high school is located at 1600
I' After five years as Post Ad- N.E. Fourth Avenue, Fort Lauderdale. The public is welcometo
jutant, Robbie L. Brayboy has attend.
Northwest Branch YMCA
Facility
I been elected Post Commander Tickets are still availble to the Third Annual Mother Daughter
o f V.F.W. post 8195, West Banquet to be held Sunday, May 21, at 2:15 p.m. and may be
The Northwest branch and facilities of the Branch
study gated programs Management Hollywood. obtained from Tri HI Y and Tri Gra Y sponsors at Junior and
committee appointed by the and that transportation Is no and the Metropolitian Boardof Installation services will be
Senior high schools in Broward County. The banquet will be
Metropolitian Board of the problem to most middle-class Directors. Mr. Meredith held at the Carver Ranches theld at Walker Elementary School. $1,75 per mother and
YMCA In Broward County to families and that possibly Indigent Moseley, the chairman of the Chamber of Commerce Build- daughter. The guest speaker for this occasion will be Mrs.
study the entire structure and children can be bussedto Committee of Management has ing on, Sunday, May 21. The Cora Coleman.
program and situation of the a new location. The new appointed Roschell Franklin to public is Invited.Commander .
present Northwest Branch of name for the branch will be the head the Implementation and has
Braboy The Ballet Chapter of the Y'Der Cultural Horizons Societyof
the YMCA and submit specific ,West Bioward Branch which Future Development Committee
-
of
pledged a vigorous pursuit the Northwest YMCA will present a Dance Extravaganza and
recommendations 'will serve citizens in the West which will locate and
con- recommend new members, and a shocking Fashion Show, on Friday, May 26, at 8:00p.m., at North Fork
its future 'Broward area as the South site and set the
cerning progresshas a members
of old for
awakening Elementary School The public Is Invited. Donation 50?.
completed the study and Broward Branch serves the date for the capital fund drive ,1967-68.
arrived at specific recom- community in the Hollywood, and do the other necessary
mendations of the fuure development Dania and Hallandale area jobs needed to carry the relo- Registration is Now Open
I of the YMCA In The study was given approvaland cation program into full fruition II
Northwest Fort Lauderdale.The sanction by the committee ,

Committee headed by ._.,..,.. ,.. '.'.'.'. ,-,,-, "M., ,"...- For YMCA Day Camp
Rev. Robert p, Kelly, pastorof According to Nathaniel The campers are divided into The Day camp will be under the
the First Christian Church Stokes, the program director age groups with programs direction of Mr. Nathaniel f
\ included William Zeicher, for the Northwest t branch geared to the skills and inter- Stokes, program secretary of \
I James Banta and Mrs. Ruth 11 YMCA in Fort Lauderdale registration est of the c amp e r s. The Northwest branch YMCA. Activities -
Chesler. After having explained for all of the three safety of each camper is con- will consist of archery -

I every possible alternativeof :,1' sidered first above all other ,pool, hiking, crafts, field "
remaining at the present location ;J' two week day camp sessions
tennis
concerns, all activities are trips, swimming,singing -
and the facility will be offically opened Fri- S
enlarging 'i well supervised.A and games. The camp fee r\
I and program, of phasing day, May 19. The program Is is $7.50 per session for Y "
I out the program altogether and : designed for boys and girls between mature staff has been members and $10.50 for non- ..

of relocating within urban renewal .r>eswb the ages of six and thirteen selected for the Day Camp. Y-members. This fee includes ,
or some other site, recommended t: li years. This program will The Staff has been chosen for transportation, Insurance and
that the entire t start June 19 and run thru July .
.J.. :.- their Christian character, general program fee. For fur
program on a segregated .fJ'.''' ))1.. 28, from 900p.m.to4:00p.m. maturity and love and under- ther information call North-
basis and in a new facility witha \ ;(\ Monday thru Friday.
l tf .,:! standing for boys and girls. west branch YMCA 523-2444.
comprehensive program be <,' _I
located 'north and west of the ': f

present present location population in light of trend the r Dilliard Holds All-Sports- Banquet \

especially among Negroes.The The Annual All-Sports Ban Ozzie M. Davenport, former jockey McKinley Williams,
report revealed that the quet of Dillard Comprehensive Dillard athlete, now a Ft. Lau- toastmaster of the banquet, t I
immediate recreational needsof I High School held on May 15th derdale detective, deliveredthe was presented a surprise) "
the present area are appar- IFS proved to be a really exciting main address. WRBD Disc award for outstanding service. '
ently being met through a free event. Among the many awards
recreational program with II given in the various fields,
which the YMCA cannot com- I were over 70 Football Playersof
pete. The study pointed out the the wards, and the in-

I emerging social pressure demands F 's4jaw terscholastic Class AA Cham-
completely non-segre- pionship Awards presented
I TEENAGER OF THE WEEK jointly by Pepsi Cola Bottling
Company and Radio 1 Station
PROM PICTURES Miss Camilla Edwards, daughter of Mr. and WRBD
., IN COLOR Mrs. Eddie Edwards attends Stranahan High

Deal's Studio School. hobbies are reading, singing, dancing, Special awards went to

307 NW 2nd Avenue and creative writing. She was a sub-debutante Josephus Bynes by Radio Sta- .. ..... --
and is a member of the Future
Will b* open ill 1 a.m. on r- Homemakers tion WQAM, Dillard' Top Donald J. Owler,president of Blanche Ely's Owen Harris,
America.
She plans to further her education ;
May 26 x the in !! Basketball Scorer, and John WRBD Radio Station,presentsthe I
field of reading and to first place Dillard's
Call 371-5016 i Kelly of the Washington Red- Class AA Interscolastic !

skins, former Dillard student. Trophy to second place Josephus Bynes. ,I
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Young Elementary Teacher Washington- High School Final Alumni Day I

I The B.T. Washington High as it will become aJunior High have all graduated from high
School Alumni Associationwill School next year. school) and special recogni-
Wins National JAC Honor observe Alumni Day on Various presentations will be tion to two graduates for

Tuesday, June 6, at 8:00 p.m. given including, the Elliott J. twenty years or more serviceto
in the school's auditorium.All Pieze Memorial Scholarship the alumni association.The .
Nathan B. Young Elementary and first In peace and first in
Sthool started as a group of the hearts of your countrymen graduates and friends of Award of $150 to a needy and
portables in 1961; it is now in 0 Washington, 0 Washingtonwe dear ole B.T. Washington are deserving senior In the graduating following classes will be
a fine building in which its r praise and honor thee. 0 asked to make this day a muston class; the parents of the celebrating their reunion:

many rooms surround a verdant Washington, 0 Washington you their calendar. This is the year award (given to parents 1957, ten years; 1947, twenty
patio; a beautiful and shaped our constitution 0 final Alumni Day for B.T.W whose children ((4 or more) years; and 1937, ttirtv years.

large landscaped area is in Washington 0 Washington you

front, and there are extensive shaped our constitution; for
grounds for outside school bravery at Valley Forge for Here's Where You Can Buy

activities.Mrs. truth and valor evermore, 0 I
Josephine D. Mackeywas Washington 0 Washington your
the organizing principal of name shall live forever. J 1 -

Nathan B. Young, andhasbeenits
only principal.Mrs. EL This ,entry was sent to the
WillyeD. Fuller was one State JAC chair man tobeplaced LIBERTY CITY LIBERTY CITY' DOWNTOWN MIAMI
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of the original teachers in Nathan ----- beside all other songs in its

B. Young, and has remained MRS. WILLYE D. FULLER division from all Florida. It Griffin' Grocery Hom' Grocery Carrl.'. Market
In it. She has taught learn the importance and the was first place. Then it was 6572 NW 15th Avenue 7511 NW 22nd Avenue 155 NW 17th Street

there in all grades except the pleasures of practicing good sent to Washington, D.C.where Kenneth's 7.11 Store
2nd. Mrs. Fuller is a graduateof citizenship every day every it was in competition with all U10 NW 15th Grocery Avenue 5800 NW 2ndAvenu. Ow.n 311 s Grocery
HW 17th
Tuskegee; she tauglt in Alabama where. other songs in its division Street

and Gerogia before com- from all the states. It was Coop.r Grocery Community 6750 NW 15th Drugs Avenue A rc h' Grocery
png to Florida. There is an annual JAC con- judged the best first place, so 6312 NW 15th Avenue 1700 NW 4th Court

John MacDonald chapter, test in which all JAC's thru- it now ranks first in 196667in Walk.r'. Grocery Little Super Market Culm.r' Grocery
DAR, sponsors Junior American out our country may send en the whole U.S.A., so this 6290 NW 15th Avenue 51J45 NW 17th Avenue 533 NW 17th Street

Citizens clubs In many highest place In its division 54th Street Drug.
elementary schools in Dade tries. The theme for 196667was comes to Nathan B. Young Juanita' Grocery 1201 NW 54th Stre.t Hopkins Grocery
2001 NW 62nd Street 4402 NW 17th Avenue
County. Continuously from its "Patriots -- Doers With Elementary School through the '
first year Nathan B.Young has Vision." magnificent work of Mrs. 18th Avenue Grocery 1921 NWg54th Street H u dd.n.' Grocery
been 100% JAC..eachclass In this contest the first grade Fuller; she has brought this 6307 NW 18th Avenue 416 NW 6th street

room each year has been organized room of Mrs. WillyeD. Fuller national honor to her class N.wton' Grocery U.TOTE.M No. 225 People's Drugs
into a JAC club. sent in these words to be sungto room, to her school,to her 6320 NW 18th Avenue 695 NW 46th Street 402 NW 8th Street
These JAC Clubs are con- a well-known melody"O community, to her state. Mrs.
cerned with patriotic educa- Tan nanbaum" 0 Washington, Fuller is an outstanding Two Way Grocery BROWNSVILLE 3ork.tt' No. 1
62nd St. & 311t Avenue 600 NW 2nd Avenu.Tracy'l .
tion; in them the students learn 0 Washington we praise and educator in Dade County in an
Groc.ry
much of our American heritage honor thee, 0 Washington 0 outstanding school in Dade Smith' Grocery 5008 NW 32nd Avenue F.L.T. Shoe Shop
; they learn what makes Washington we praise and hon- County. We all salute her with 6704 NW 18th Avenue 716 NW 2nd Avenue

good citizenship, and they or thee. You were first in war much pride. Liberty Grocery P4701 NW Groc.ry 32nd Avenue Alex Sundries
6800.NW 18th Avenue 7l5yi NW 2nd Avenue


Saturday is; "Job fair Day' For William's 7017 NW Grocery 18th Avenue Joe'4659' Market NW 32nd Avenue Stone 900,NW. Drugs 2nd Avenue

I Jo. Market .
Book.r Groc.rI 3171 NW 46th Street Bar s .oJ.0. 2
: 7000 NW venue 708 NW 2nd Avenue
High School GradsBoys Willie & Clara Grocery Buddy' Market
Joe's Grocery 2352 NW 46th Street 79th St. b 14th Ave.
6981 N1h Avenue
and girls who are grad is in charge of arrangements. Loan, Western Electric Com- Joe' Market COCONUT GROVE

uating from high school will Co-operating with the Urban pany, First National Bank of Joe's Grocery 2390 NW 46th Street Dew Drop Inn
have an opportunity of being League are the Dade County Miami, Southern Bell Tele- 916 NW 69th Street 3727 Grand Avenue

interviewed for Jobs at a Job Community Relations Board, phone and Telegram Company, U M John's Shoe Parlor Grand '
Fair held at Miami Senior High the EOPI, and the guidance department Florida Power and Light Com- 62nd"st, & 11th Avenue 2779 NW 46th Street 3640 Drugs Grand Avenue

School, Saturday, May 20 between of Dade County pany, and the U.S. Bureau of Shell's I News RoolevIt' Sundries7th
9-.00 a.m. and 1:00: p.m. School Board. Commercial Fisheries. Avenue & 58th Street 2796 NW 46th Street Tropical 3206 Grand Drugs Av.nu.North.ld. .

t The project, conducted by the Among the firms who will "If I may offer a bit of adviceto Johnnie's Grocery .
Greater Miami Urban League have representatives for Interviewing who will attend Sundries
applicants 2994 NW 46th Street
7927 NW 7th Avenue 0 P A- LO C K A
is a repeat of a successful Job are General the Job Fair, I would say be
Fair held last year,and a number Motors, Aetna Life Insurance well dressed but not overdressed King' Grocery Brownnill. Drugs Opa.locka Shoe Shine
of firms that participated Company, Sears Roebuck, as if you were going to a 5820 NW 12th Avenue 4634 NW 27th Avenu. 2196 All Baba
I
report personnel hired at that Eastern Airlines, Otis Eleva- party. Wear a jacket and a tie. Jack.on' Grocery F.a313rOCNh'Wc2k7 Stohl' G.n.ral Store
session are performing satis- tor Company, Jordan Marsh, Go light on perfume or 5830 NW 12th Avenu. t h Avenue 2152 All Baba

factorily at their jobs, ac- Grand Union Supermarkets, cologne. In short, pull up your Fair Deal '
cording to Calvin Jennings who First Federal Saving and socks and pull down your 12th Avenue Groc.ry 4929 NW 17th Avenue Mill 22nd er.Avenue Sundrl.s I & 152nd St.

skirts," declares Mr.
Jennings. Jo.'. Grocery N.ol' Grocery 7.11 Market
DORSEY'S BAND IN HEADSTART 1208 NW 62nd Street 4225 NW 27th Avenue 22nd Ave. & 157t St.

CONCERT THURSDAYThe REGISTRATION AT Seymour' Grocery 82351 Grocery Magnolia Sundries
NINTH GRADERS IN 13th Avenue & 62nd Street NW 4ht Street 14570 NW 22nd Avenue
Dorsey Junior High HOLMESELEM
THE SPOTLIGHTI!
School Band will render its All children who will be five J & J Drugs B.n' Grocery Melvin Monroe
annual Spring Concert Thurs- years old by January 1, 1968 The ninth grade students of 62nd Street 4611 NW 22nd Avenue 15720 NW 19th Avenue

bay, May 25,at 8:00 p.m. in the are eligible for enrollmentinto Brownsville Junior High Somp.on' a Grocery Lilly Dilly Store Lorenzo Jones
evening in the school's auditorium the HeadStart Pre-school School are terminating three 1466 NW 62nd Street 476 NW 22nd Avenue
"
Program for August 28, 1967. years of academic trainingwith
artists what consider at this Eddie's Drugs Jo.'. Market Mrs. Johnson
Appearing as guest An excellent child develop- they ,
1001 NW 54th Street' 4999 NW 22nd Avenue 15921 NW 18th Avenue
with the sixty-piece band,will ment program will be offered point, the best events in their
be Mr. Leroy Floyd, bass along with free hot lunches, lives. This week of activities Economy Drugs Jo.'. Form Market Arrnon Baptiste
clarinetist and faculty mem- medical examinations, and began Monday, May 15th with 5720 NW 17th Avenue 5100 NW 22nd Avenue Rehml Market

ber; Miss Maxine Brooks mental care.Mother's many of the ninth grade stu- Eddie's Grocery McCordy' s Grocery 1111 NW 79th Street
bassoonist and Silver Knight you cannot affort dents participating in the Dade 5598 NW 17th Avenue 950 NW 36th Street RICHMOND HEIGHTS

nominee from Miami North let your child miss out on County Chorus Festival. This

western; Mr. Jake Riley, a wonderful program such as group will also participate in Rollins 5520 NW Grocery 17th Avenue DOWNTOWN MIAMI Richmond 14638 Lincoln H.II/hts Blvd.J Drug..
( trombonist and the recipient this. All day supervised care. the Dade County Chorus Fes- Market Joe's Market
of a superior rating during the You may register any week day tival. This group will also par- Shlrl.y's Grocery O2'194 NW 5th Avenue 20th Ave. & 62nd St.
I band statewide competition, from 8:00 until 3:30 p.m.at the ticipate in the annual Browns- 5500 NW 17th Avenue PERRIN

and a member of the Miami school's office. ville Band andChorusConcertwhich Curl.y Market R&253 L NW Market 22nd Street
Northwestern school band. Visit our HeadStart Art Showat is to be held on May 18, 5311 NW 17th Avenue Mrs. Susie Williams
,
I Donations for the concert will Northside Shopping Center, at 8.00p.m.; in the schools Stanl.y' Market 17516 Duval Avenue
Palm Pork Grocery
be one dollar($1.00)for adults 7900 N.W. 27th Ave. (May 20, auditorium. 1398 N W 54th Strut 1900 NW 4th Court

: and fifty cents for students. 10.00 a.m. 6:00: p.m. ) Each year at Brownsville, the Glall Grocery
I .. ninth grade students have an Grocery Basket NW 48th St. & 2nd Av..' GOU LOS
2407 NW 54th Street
opportunity to demonstratetheir
WINS SPELLING BEE L.nny'
INDEPENDENT Drugs
high intellectual abilitiesOn Jimmies 1700 NW 3rd Avenue Robie George Jr.,
PRE-SCHOOL Eight-year-old Charles 2488 NW 64th Street 21620SW 112th AvenueMac'
McLendon won the 27th Annual Friday, May 19, the ninth
OPERATORS MEETINGThere Bee the graders will execute their Grocery Harvey' Grocery
Spelling sponsored by
will be an important Miami Herald for 1967. "skills" as administrators: 3013 NW 62nd Street NW 48th St. & 2nd Av. N EW LIBERTY CITY

meeting of all Independent teachers, and maintenance en- Richie's
Charles is a second grade stu- Convenient Grocery Pharmacy
Pre-School Operators, Satur- dent at Holy Redeemer Catholic gineers. Of all the ninth grade 5804 NW 22nd Avenue 693 NW 46th Street Mlnlt Shop

day, May 20, at l:00p.m., at School and maintains an"A" activities, this is consideredthe Northwest Auto Marine 20790 NW 32nd Avenue

1760 N.W. 56th Street. average. His teacher is most exciting and chal- 22nd Ave. & 49th St. Service 1240 NW Drugs 3rd Avenue Liberty Garden Market
Mrs. B. Cox, is president, Mrs. Edwards and mother lenging. 21135 NW 37th Avenue
Mrs. R.E. Copeland, reporter. Mary of Nazareth, O.S.P. is Finally, the PTA of Browns- Midway 8201 NW Groc.rI Cousin s Sundries
venue
ville Junior School is 27th
High Av. & 54th St.
principal of the school.
sponsoring a tea In honor of NORTH MIAMI BEACH
South
Charles is the son of Mr.and Sunny Economy
Drug.
the graduating ninth grade 7919 NW 17th Avenue
WMBM Mrs. Charles McLendon of 1101 NW 3rd Avenue
class, their parents and C.I.It. Dixon
1490 On Your Dial 6943 N,W. 30th Court. friends. Sunday, May 21, is the Morris Grocery Jet Drugs 1566 1'! 154th Terrace
7404 NW 12th Avenue
BLANCHE CALLOWAY date for this event, which begins 27th Av. & 54th St.
I I" PRESENTS B.T.W. CLASS OF 46 at 4:00: p.m. and ends at Plump' Market Jackaon' Grocery

: PROGRESS REPORT All members are asked to 6:00: p.m. The students have 12th Ave & 59th St 423 NW 22nd Street KEY WEST

meet May 21, at the home of planned a delightful program Cash & Karry Oscar Gunn
Times Daily I Addle Tate Williams, 5221 NW called "Ninth Graders in the 6600 NW 22nd Avenue Southern 1701 NW Grocery ht Place 215 Julia Street

8 a.ui., 1:55 and 10 p.m. 15th Ave, at 4:30 p.m. Spotlight."



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Spearing with......... Grumbling Star Signs Roy Campanella Says

".... $75,000 Cage ContractThe I

< Baseball Shuts Him Out
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N 9 New Orleans Buccaneers Jones averaged 25.8 points in

of the American Basketball 27 games, scored 696 points

Association made Judicioususe and starred with the NAJA Former Brooklyn Dodger didn't affect my mind, only my
of a fat checkbook Wednes- squad in the Pan American star Roy Campanella.says that legs."

day to sign guard James Jones, Trials during his senior year. his crippling injury in 1958 is Campy also has approachedthe

BY HARRY SPEAR their No. 1 draft choice, from He scored 596 points in his unjustly keeping him out of Mets and Yankees about a

GramblingCollege.Coach junior campaign. base ball, accordig to an article position, according to the
Babe McCarthy signed in the current issue of Sport article, but still has not I'
TIMES SPORTS WRITER Jones to three-year contract Coach Fred Hobdy said New
VS BOXINGLast Sport Magazine. been offered a job. !
week a show at the Miami Beach Auditorium attendedby estimated at $75,000. He also Orleans recognized all along Campanella, a quadriplegicsince "No one knows this but I've
that Jones had too much talent
fans received a new automobilewith an automobile accident even to the Commissioner's
2,500 fight wassodisappointingthatl have been gone
askedto
"to let him is
He
an outward show of plea- get away. nine cut short his office to talk to him "
mention something about it.There supposed to have been so an excellent dribbler who years ago ,
many bouts which the fans pay to see. Some did not show sure. active career, has become a reveals the former Dodger
up, makes good use of fakes and
Jones 6-4 is
therefore, instead of substitutes, the tans were treated to three an aggressivetype successful liquor store ownerin great. "I feel I could do some-
is
especially Impressive as
bouts, main event 10 rounds, which only lasted 6 rounds, semifinal whose other skills are feeder and a New York. However, Roy thing in the Commissioner's
playmaker.Jones .
8 rounds, which only lasted 4 rounds, and a preliminary sometime overlooked because still loves baseball and is anx- office. Maybe in public relations

bout went the 4 rounds. This was 14 rounds of boxing all told of his brilliance a scorer. ious to get back into the game, A lot of ballplayers have
How long is the Miami Beach Boxing Commission to allow McCarthy asserted that graduates this month though all of his efforts have moved into club offices as per-
going -
"He's just tremendous all with a B.S., degree physical
shows like this to been rebuffed sonnel supervisors scouting
go on? What protection are they giving education. ,
the fight fan when they pay $5.00 ringside I call this outra- around. "Mr. O'Malley (Los Angeles chiefs and so forth There's

geous. Now take a look at the bouts held at the Dade County Dodger owner Walter types of jobs. Of course, none

Armory by Dick Lee, promoter, whohasbeena credit to box- ,' ::' O'Malley) told me when I was of the men holding them is a
ing. His opening show a humdinger, 6 bouts in ail action saw 1[ ;';F ,it '"1''. : playing that I would be a good Negro."
"Galore" fans go home well satisfied. $2.50 ringside tops the A', ', ," ..!."'1' coach or manager," says So Campy sits in his wheel

following week, ditto. Only 800 fans, what's wrong with the : Campy.So I told him one time chair and waits, but feels that

fight fan? 2,500 people for a bum show,and 1,900 for two great lately: Mr., Malley, this the doors to the baseball world

shows without a named fighter or amateur on the show. Therefore .! : : wheelchair has changed your are closed to him, concludesthe
.,j" ,.. mind about me but the chair Sport Magazine article.
not Lee break "
why give a and turn out to see some new
faces like the Gibavitch Boys and some good looking prospects. \ : "' ,"

Boxing was always my number one sport, but when there is a
,
monopoly, I am out. I believe in live and let live, not try to .' /! '

grab it all. Your writer is always with the smaller clubs as you tt+ a nr : I Free KindergartenFor
know how I used to write about Little River, Pan American and tsar

now the Armory. It is the small clubs that treat me as a sports ) ;
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writer, not an employee.
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LAST WEEKS RESULTS AT THE ARMORY: FrankHollowayscored .... __ state funds
are approved, facilities, would accommodateonly
a unanimous decision over Grady McLendon.Joe Mur- free kindergartens will be inaugurated
Miami Third Baseman Batting about one-half the child
chinson won a five-round unanimous decision over middle- in 79 Dade "
County ren in this age group, declared -
weight Johnny Vaughn and Louis Rodriguez decisioned Mario elementary schools next fall
Dr. Hall. "However, it is
Mandez in four rounds. Middleweight Larry Gibavitch won his .462 With Rattlers School Superintendent Joe Hall a start, and a good one.

second professional bout in as many starts by Willie Steed in Tallahassee, Fla. --FAMU) Now the same old story hasa announced this week. "It would be desirable to be

the third round. In a six-rounder, lightweight Jimmy High- Florida A& M University third new ending. Taylor the loner Registration will begin May able to organize kindergarten -

tower defeated Jerry Powers. baseman Ted Taylor is speak- has become Taylor the mixer. 22, at schools where space for program at every elementary -

Don't forget the address, Dade County Armory, 28th St., ing softly and carrying a big Taylor the fighter has become kindergarten classes is available school in Dade County,

7th Ave. Plenty of parking, prices: ringside $2.50, reserved stick on the baseball diamondand Taylor the mediator and but, although this cannot be

$2.00, general admission 150. Next week's show, all star in the classroom.The lat- Taylor the individualist is now Registration will be openedto done at this time, we will attempt -

bouts, 5 in all.MARLINS est NCAA s ta ti s ti c shave Taylor the teamsman. children who will be five- to provide this rewarding -

Taylor ranked 15th in batting During the spring sports ban- years of age on or before Jan pre-school experi-

SHOWING THEIR OLD FORM with a 462 average, and eighthin quet, Coach Kittles had Taylor uary 1, and who live within the ence to as many children as

runs batted in with 20. stand and cited him for his attendance areas of schools can be accepted."
While writing my column where my deadline is Tuesday, Taylor is also among the top contribution to the baseball which have the facilities to Dr. Hall has directed prin-

the Marlins have won three out of their last four games. I have five in stolen bases: with 13. team. Tea nmates and coaches operate kindergartens. cipals of participating schoolsto

been writing all along, don't give up on them. We have to give In the classroom, Taylor, a gave Taylor a resounding ova Stressing that inaguration establish a priority system,

them the support to encourage them. The farm directors are physical education major, is tion. of programs is dependent upon such as a number given to par-

doing everything for Improvement.About a week ago,they sent maintaing a C-plus average, provision of state funds, Dr. ents in the order in which they
the Marlins a new catcher--Jimmy Kelly--who has shown he and the last trimester he was A former All-City baseball Hall pointed out that it is appear to register their children -

can hit the long ball, having hit two home runs, and Tuesday close to an even B average. It player from Miami, Taylor necessary to register the After classes are filled,

night, he hit a long double with the bases loaded winning the hasn't always been that way. credits Coach Kittles as the child, even though financing is a waiting list will be maintained -

game from the league leading Orlando Twins. Keep it up Jim. Taylor acquired a reputation man responsible for his not definite, if proper planningand to accept pupils as openingsoccur

They have added another catcher, Al Diamond and pitcher, Pat early in his college career as growing up. "Coaches Kittles provisions for the kinder-' A copy of the child's
McMahon. Returning to the Marlins is Jimmy Williams who an athlete with a lot of talent and A.H. Figaro are two of the gartens are to be assured. birth certificate should be

started out in 1966 and was sent out to the Northern League to but with a head too hot for him best people I've ever known Students who live outside the presented at the time of re-

become the most valuable player in the league.Batting average to remain on a team for a whole :and If there's been any changein attendance area of schools gistration.Dade .

.366 which lead the league, tied for home runs, led in triplesand season. Last year Rattler head methey are directly responsible having kindergartens, may had not previously ap-

doubles, stolen bases, runs batted in,best outfielder in the coach Costa Kittles suspended ." apply for admission to clas- plied for state support of Kindergarten -

league, also base hits. Let's hope he can do the same for the Taylor after 12 games for dis- Taylor would like to enter pro ses where room is available, teacher units because .

Marlins. All we have to do now is sit back, relax, and look for- ciplinary reasons despite a baseball upon graduation from on September 6, under the of a law requiringa

ward for the best. Next week's schedule: Thurs., May 18th, 432 batting average. It was the FA MU and with his attitude and school system's procedures county to increase its local

Marlins v. Ft. Lauderdale, 7:30; Sat., May 20th, Marlins vs. same old story--Taylor the ability he should have little for out-of-area registration, participation in the minimum

Ft. Lauderdale, 6:30 p.m.; Tues., May 23rd, Wed., May 24th, hothead. trouble playing for the pros. the superintendent explained. foundation program by five

Marlins vs. Cocoa, 7:30 p.m., Thurs. & Fri. May 25th and Project Headstart--the pre- percent before it could begin

26th, Marlins vs. Lakeland, 7:30: p.m. school program for disadvant- establishing kindergartens,
State Football Champs aged children in 16 schools, the superintendent explained.An .

JACKSON COPS STATE AA TITLE and existing kindergartens at amendment the law pas

State track championships are becoming habit forming for Hold DrillsTraz Miami Beach schools will not sed in the 1965 session of the

Bennie Moore. Saturday he won his fifth in as many seasons. Spring be affected by the new pro- legislature, effective July 1,

"It feels good," Moore said after Jackson High ran away Powell's Mays High The likes of John Millings, gram, which will bring the 1967, decreased the local sup-

from the Class AA field with 43 points. think we've got the Rams are in the third week of Willis McGhee, Marvin Wood- total of free kindergartens to port required for kindergartens. -

nucleus to keep winning, and the school spirit." Spring Football practice and ward, Ron McGregor, 85. Dade has 153 elementary .

For the past few years Jackson has been given up for deadin he has a Herculean Task before Alexander Barlett, Clarence schools. Edwin R. Hilgendorf, assis-
had the transition Classes in the wouldbe tant for finance
state prep circles. The school undergone program superintendent
task is to
him. One major Patterson, Jack Adams, and
of neighborhoods. Its last three state titles were In swimming, try to plug the gaps of his others will be greatly missed. split into two sessions per and business management,
a sport now barely surviving at the school. day, with each child attending estimated that cost of the pro-
(33)) departed Powell that "Defensemay
thirty-three
Moore transferred to Jackson last fall after coaching North- says
either from 8:30: to 11: a.m. posed kindergartens would
seniors another task is to replace be our strength this
western to four straight FIAA state titles and 79 wins in 80 ; or from 12:30: to 3 p.m. have been $1 to $1.2 million
of the
two members and added in afterthought
year,
meets. This year Moore's Jackson team dealt:, Northwesternits "We fully realize the proposed under the old provision, com-
coaching staff ;who will not re- "thats funny, last "
lone setback in the Dade County meet. kindergarten program, due pared to an estimated cost of
turn. we were county offensive
"Don't think this doesn't feel good," Athletic Director Joe year to shortage: of classroom $500,000 under the new law.
13 Ve-
Jimmy Anders, year champions averaging32pointsper
said, after watching the Generals' victory. Brodsky was a star "
teran with Athletic
athlete for Jackson during its golden days in the early 1950s. Mays game.
Teams will transfer to Defense may well be the thing Roy Campanella:
Jackson has not had it easy athletically. Initially it was
Charles Drew Junior High in for the Rams this *It
feared that the large influx of Negroes would hurt rather than year
another capacity, and end yearlings Melvin Kindle (245)) The incredible thinking man.
help the school's athletic teams.
coach and head Basketball Leon McKay (250)) Tim Smith
Brodsky eased the situation by hiring Moore and Percy Oliver -
mentor Bob Moore has resigned (265)) Joe Bradshaw(190)con
as coaches. They not only have gained the respect of fellow -
to accept a similar positionat tinue to sparkle as they have
coaches but the of players.
support "
Atkins High in Winston this spring.
: ,t', First he suffered a horrible automobile -
Salem, N.C. Fans are invited to Home- k. I accident paralyzing his
The only returning lettermen stead's Harris Field on Satur- body. Then his family broke
COLEMAN WHITE SCORES HOLE-IN-ONE from the 1966 ChampionshipSquad day nighttfay' 20th to the An- -'I5f- bringing him countless personalproblems. l
__.'I And yet, against these
Happiest guy on LeJeune Golf Course last Saturday was that went 10-0 in regu- nual Spring Game when coach ....":'... impossible odds "Campy" has risen

Coleman White, who socred hole-in-one on the 160-yard I fifth lar season play and came from Powell tests his '67 squad ::'::::::= to cess.great menial and spiritual suc

hole using an eight iron.Witnessing ace were Robert Jack- behind to nip Gainsville Lin- against the '66 ChampionshipEleven. --w t. Read Sport Magazine's moving
coln 13-12 in the play-off ...:..._ article on Roy Campanella' brave
son, Steve McElmurray and Charles Peterson. ..-- ,-_ battle for life. Also, enjoy the play- ..
game, are ends Jim Black and '':-:0:::. ers' favorite Willie Mays stories.
Al Hannah, Flankers Carl Miami Times And give yourself a chance at
NORTHWESTERN WINS STATE BASEBALL TITLE Sport's$10,000 Giant Sport Quiz.Plus 26 other authoritative,
Morgan and John Mattox, offensive in-depth articles on the college and pro 4% M tf% MBi
Ads
Miami Northwestern scored two runs in the four inning on Tackle Chuck Clar ing- sports scene. filnaBJ
To pick up on the personalities who Jt *11 n
a passed ball and Tony Bethel's home run for a 2-1 victoryover ton, Fullback Otis Mangham, make sports happen, pick up Sport VI will
Orlando Jones Monday In the Florida Interscholastic Ath- Halfback Speedy Poole, and Pay Dividends Magazine. June issue now on sale. First Mf':in,for Sports

letic Association baseball championship same!; at Tinker Field. Safety Randy Walker.



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday 19, 1967
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4 Convicted of Assault NEED A JOB? START WORK TODAY! ,'", 'Best Buys' in TownNO

I
Mow 2 locations to serve you

Get New TrialA COOKS DISHWASHERS BUSBOYS PORTERSGAS QUALIFYING NO CLOSING COSTS \k

STATION DRIVERS BEAUTIFUL 3 BEDROOM,2! 3ATH dining room, \
new trial was ordered last at $2,500 by Judge Knuck. HOTEL & HOME MAIDS LIVE IN MAIDS utility room, appliances. Only $1,500
19 of 854 N.W. garage
Larry Jolly, ,
Court
Circuit
Wednesday by
down total.
Judge Francis X. Knuck for 76th Street, was also accused A-l Employment ServiceOver $10,000

four men convicted March 4 of with the four by the state of 20 Years service In Miami $60 MO. $750 DOWN. Neat 3 bedroom, I'/i' bath.
assault with intent to commit raping a 24-year-old motherof
four and her 16yearoldhalf 714 NW 62nd Street 758-7663 Dining room, appliances, air cond. Only $7,000
rape. total.
The defense trial motion alleged sister. 534 N. Miami Avenue 379-8382

some 20 trial errors. 2 BEDROOM, CBS DUPLEX. plus a 1 bedroom
Judge Knuck presided at the CBS home. One apt. has Fla room and dining
original trial, but the case will THANK YOUI room. Other apt. and home completely furnished. ,
now be moved to the Criminal Best area. Reasonable down. $21,000 total. tea!

Court as a new jury can find would like to take this timeto AUTO INSURANCEImmediate js
the four men guilty of no offense thank my many friends for CBS, 4 UNIT 2 BEDROOM EACH APT. All fur- ;
higher than the finding their kindness to me doing my SR-22 FilingDon't nished.One apt.has Fla. room.ld.ol I rental area.
of Circuit Court jury. Reasonable down. total.
in the hospital. To father $23,000 ,
stay
,The men are Albert Mervin be fooled by low down payments for applicationswhich
Sands of St. Agnes, Rev.J. Insurance coverage. We have
Collie, 21, of 15930 N.W. 18th Taylor, Elder Wells of The been In do business not give for you two generations and take prideIn 3 UNITS CBS -PLUS R2 LOT. 2 bedroom home, t
Plaza, OpalockaJimmieLeeBarnes Triumph Church and Rev. E. servicing our customers with honest explanationsand plus( dupIex.AII furnished. Near stores, schools, I(
18, of 2221 N.W. 48th honest answers. We Insure you with companiesthat bU..I. Reasonable down. $16.500 total. I
Williams of New Bethel Bap- ..
rllt.
lowest possible
the
Street; Curtis A. Brown, 19, give you
tist, I say again may God bless LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS
845 N.W. 77th Street and Leon
all of D. GOODMAN & SONS
McCluster, 18, of 744 N.W.77 you. r
Terrace. Fred Williams 2638 NW 62n d ST. OX 1-0380 SHELL REALTY,

Bond for each was set 4260 NW 7th Ave. 75855511tirirw \


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DAVISWINDOWS BEN-KORI SPECIALSOPEN ,


DOORS AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY

JALOUSIE GLASS SOLD 1240 NW 91 STREET

WINDOW GLASSINSTALLED I HUNG 3 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, full dining room, large OPEN SUNDAY'
eat-In kitchen fully carpeted, 100x100 ft. corner
REPAIRED lot, back fenced, large enclosed garage, a bar -
gain at $16,500. FHA terms, $600 down, a must SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

696-4077 1821 NW 79th St. see, beautiful spotless home. You'll love this. Modern 2 bedroom CBS, carport, enclosed front

1250 NW 90 STREET porch, awnings, Seller will paint, refinish floors, ,
,.''J
3 bedroom 2 bath CBS huge living beautiful etc. to make house like new. Bargain at $10,000with
room, '"
down and month >
$300 $62.22 FHA. :
fenced (
patio, yard Jorge corner, lust painted :
lovely kitchen, huge garage. If you are looking
HOMES FHA CONVENTIONAL
for that just right home, this Is it. Total price is NO RED TAPE MOVE RIGHT IN

VETERANS AND DISPLACED PERSONS $100 DOWN $20,000 only $1,000 down FHA terms.' Professionals Like new 3 bedroom CBS, tile roof, large formica I.

I CHOICE CITY LOTS 50'x148 $3850.80 must see. built-in kitchen, jalousie windows, awnings,

,I 1380 LITTLE RIVER DRIVE gas wall heat. Beauty for $13,750, $1,500 down
TWO EXCELLENT CORNER LOCATIONS: ((1)) 2 bedrooms and take over FHA payments, $90 mo. pays all.
bath, Fla room, living room, kitchen, din Ing area, $19,000, only $900 down FHA terms, on the canal, ,,
utility! shed garage, CBS, $12,750. $400 down. $87.50mo. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, the coolest house in town, SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS ,-: ,
FHA. large eat-in kitchen, beautiful I grounds, carporte, .
((2)) BEAUTY 2 bedrooms, bath, living room, diningroom built-in stove, refrigerator. Pretty 3 bedroom CBS, large fenced yard Flajj'
kitchen, Fla room, garage, tile roof, CBS, _, Room, jalousie :, 'conditioner,awnings.
t $12,600. $400 down. $78.25 mo. FHA. 751-2243 AnytimeA. .;\ Bargain ,at'' $11,000, $350 'down, $68:31: "month%
CUSTOM BUILT Gold Medallion Home 2 years old. FHA. "" '" ,-t:1; : , Exclusive' area, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, living room,din. Ben-Kori Realtor
Ing room, carport, tile roof, terrazzo floors, CBS. HOME AND INCOME MOVE RIGHT IN
I $18,800. $3,000 down. $135 mo. pays all. 612 NW 60th STREET
2 bedroom CBS and separate 1 bedroom on \\Vi
NO QUALIFYING. CBS tile roof, vinyl floors, 3 bedrooms lots at 46th St. near 17th Are. Tile r oaf, en-
bath, living room, dining area, kitchen,front closed porch, stoves and refrigerators. Price
open porch. Extras: Stove, refrlg., fenced, w/w carpets
month.
CI down $100
only $14,000, $1,000 ,
wash machine. $12,850. $1,500 down. $99.88 ,
pays all. ,,,
WE HAVE MANY OTHERS NO RED TAPE MOVE RIGHT IN 'I,:.. f;;

Frame house, asbestos shingle siding, 2 bedv.
:I'
CALL Carlton Realty (BROKER) King Realty Inc.of rooms Good location in Manor Park, 15th Court ':''
'
near 46th St. Bargain at $5,500, $500 dawn"a'ndlt''t''
635-3177 $57 month. Move right in. No qualifying! .\: (;l$
Miami litof
*
\ SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

Lovely corner, 3 bedroom, 2 bath CRS in Opa-

(locka. Tile roof, jalousie windows, awnings,
Buy A Home Today Fla room, terrazzo floors, large fenced yard.

OPEN SATURDAY & SUNDAY! BETTER HOMES- FOR BETTER LIVING Near shopping, school, etc. Bargain 'at $13,000
FHA with $400 down and'S.S.O'.U'mont Spotl.. ..
WE WILL HELP YOU WITH THE FINANCING
i 1141 N. W. LITTLE RIVER DRIVE :'*;.
NO RED TAPE- NO QUALIFYING
,: ((1)) 2295 NW 91st St. 2 bedroom, No qua Ii. Prestige area, 4 bedroom, 2 bath, large screened |[
Modem tile roof air conditioner/
CBS, carport, ;
down. week. fenced FHA. ; f
c fying. $300 $23 patio will garage pay closing sprinkler cost.rugging on large completely fenced, lot. Pay $1,000 down1'.;
and takeover FHA mortgage of $9,600 payable .. ;
: ((2)) 3160 NW 67th St. 2 bedroom house. 2466 NW 99 TERRACE $81 month pays all (includes taxes and insurance)}:!

Fenced yard. $295 down. $22 week. Custom-built, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, screened patio, A Real Bargain. ,,'''f:

i\w circular drive, central heat, FHA terms. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
((3)) 1318 NW 43rd St. $300 down. $73 mo.
I 9001 I NW 9 AVENUE Lovely CBS, best location/ near everything. Fla
I room, carport, tile roof, stove and refrigerator. A
,, ((4)) 2345 NW 65th St. Brand new duplex. 3 bedroom beauty. Wall to wall carpeting, fence, bargain at $12,000 with $400 down and $74.41
I 2 bedrooms each side. garage, sprinklers, patio. FHA. Seller will pay month FHA.

cost. .....
NO RED TAPE MOVE RIGHT Itf, JIII
((5)) 2501 NW 158th -Opa-locka.. $300down. <
"
920 NW 84 TERRACE ., Modern 3 .bedroom CBS, carport, awnln9sja; ,

((6)) 2025 NW 91st St. Duplex. $350 down. Large 2 bedroom, carporte, extra large closets, lousie windows, sprinkler system $1,000 down)
Fla. FHA terms. and take of
room aver FHA mortgage $10,790at S%% ln\

((7) 2101 NW 93rd St. 2 bedroom, carport. terest. $82.67 month pays everything, Move Inl ... :
2161 NW 100 STREET
$250 down. $72 month.
1 year young. 2 bedroom, custom-built, double WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES -
carport. Only $11,500 FHA.
RENT THESE HOUSES .
: YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR

559 NW 58th St. $18 week. NO QUALIFYING HOMES $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
3120 NW 12 AVENUE DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFYWE
2480 NW 68th St. 1 bedroom duplex.
$65 month. Large 2 bedroom, Flo room, garage, front 10 lou- HAVE INCOME PROPERTIES, TOO!
sled porch. Wonderful location.
5710 NW 7th Ct. 3 bedroom $20 wk.

I 3168 NW 66th St. 2 bedroom.. $22 wk. HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWN

,I ')1301 NW 60th St.- 2 bedroom. $22 wk. IiIri Realty Broker
WE SPECIALIZE IN HOMES FOR PERSONS

FORD REALTYINC. Broker MIAMI BEING HOUSING DISPLACED PROJECTS URBAN, VETERANS.CALL RENEWAL AREA 4931 NW 7th Ave P.L 71E

TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY. YOU'RE ONLY A
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r 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635.4595 PHONE CALL AWAY. vt nini* t

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: CLASSIFIED FOR RENT 2 HUatnians to Get

ADS 1 bedroom duplex. Clean, good I
:1-
: neighborhood. Liberty Rental Degrees at Meharry
15 WORDS OR lESSI.SO. 5C FOR Agency, 2020 NW 62nd St.
ADDITIONAL WORD. 633-7809. $19 week. Deposit
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS ttEDHPSnav_._ unnu.. required. Participating in commence- 3010 N.W. 49th St.,
---n -"' ow .un
ment exercises June 12 at Me- Arnold Edward

FOR SALE FOR SALE Nice 2 bedroom CBS apt. $22. harry Medical College in M.D. A.B. from
FOR SALE Good, 2 bedroom. $23. Nashville, will be 76 candi- sity; attended Phyllis

Free rent plus income. Invest CORNER CBS Beautiful NW 88th Street Downtown location--CBS, 1 dates for graduation ley Elementary

in a new duplex. In fine Drive by 4755 NW Ilk Avenue Large 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla bedroom apt. $14. Fifty-one seniors are eligi- Booker T.

locations. The price is right! Oak floors, tile roof, carporte, room, big front porch, fencedin Very large house, $25. ble for the Doctor. of Medicine School; son ,of Mrs.

235-2958. (TF) 2 bedrooms. A. Ben-Kori. yard, carport, beautiful Small, bedroom, duplex. $19. Degree and 19 for the Dental Lightbourn of 118 N.

$100 Down 751-2243. home. Low price, easy terms.E. CBS, large 1 bed. apt. $17.50. Surgery Degree. Four stu- Street, Miami.

Payments Harry Denny, Realtor, 685- Deposit Required bents are to receive diplomasin Elouise Karenel
2-3-4- bedroom
CBS like new. PSSSSSTTTTIIIIII!!!!!! 0021. Tip Top Realty, 13906 Liberty Rental Agency, 2020 dental hygiene and two, cer- H.: attended
can buy vets
vets.Anyone Payments,from $59 or non- $100 down, CBS, 3 bedrooms, NW 7th Avenue.IIIF.IRST NW 62nd St. Call 633-7809. tificates in medical tech schools and Mays
t mo. no closing costs, $55.80
pays all. One mortgage. Call mo. nology. school; daughter of
we have the Aetna Realty(Broker), 811 NW $11058!!! Chevrolet Mrs. Leroy Roberts
now keys. Tip 54th Nice modern apt. also effcy., ,
St, Open 7 days. Phone !!! Like newll1947!!! -0835. Those from South Florida
Top Realty, 685-0021. 13906 757-5724. furn. Near everything.739 NW
NW 7th Ave. 77th Terrace. among the candidates are: Samuel Lightfoot, ;
i $300 down. $70 mo. total pay- Rosetta M. Bush, M.D.; B. S. from Morehouse

$350 down, $85 monthly, total 9025 NW 10th Ave 3 bedrooms ment. NW 95th St. and 22nd 2 bedroom, unfurn. $15 week degree from West Virginia 1963; attended
corner lot, tile roof,oak firs. Ave. Ideal State, attended Northwestern
for young couple.R. School son of Mr.
price $11,000 FHA2bedroom, plus security. 5238 NW 24th ;
attached garage, air cond., E. Marx Senior High School daughterof
CBS, furnished, excellent condition 661-1661. Ct. 7542605. ; Willis Lightfoot, 2318
central heat and more for only Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bush
2355 N.W. 79th Terr. Street Hollywood.
MU1-9871!) (May 19)) $16,000.00. No closing costs. Business lot, approximately Furnished house for the right -----
$600.00 down, $98.78 monthly. 5770 NW 17th Ave. For rea- Call 635-6304 from 4p.m.
person. Woman Named
-- Don't
wait, call Aetna Realty
sonable price call NE 41290or
1960 Oldsmobile. Call! to 8 .
FR 4- Broker p.m.Furnished
( ), 811 NW 54th Street.
8828 or OX 1-0609. ( M26) 758-3106. Dean of
7575724. Open 7 days.
room for man. 691-
f Duplex, 2 bedroom, 1 bathand CBS DUPLEX 4205. Medical
" 1 bedroom, 1 bath or can be 3 Bedrooms, FHA. $16,800. Income from this beautiful CollegeNEW

. used as 4 bedroom, 2 bath. 9020 NW 12th Court.Gorgeous home will pay your rent.2 bed- Room in private home.Liberty YORK-Dr. Jane C. HUMAN

. Some furnishings. Beautiful oak floors, tile roof, garage, rooms each apt. Large yard, City area. Prefer lady. 758- Wright has been named asso- ,100% FU L
location. 75x143 ft. lot. Nothing central heat, fenced yard, only modern kitchen, low price. E- 8128. elate dean of the New York

like it in Miami. $2500 $700 down. No closing costs. Z terms. Call E. Harry Denny, Medical College, which said CU A RAN

, down payment. No qualifying. $103.27 monthly. This will go Realtors. 685-0021. Tip Top Room in' private home for a she is the first Negro womanto

To inspect, call broker, Mar fast. Call Aetna RealtyBroker ( Realty, 13906 NW 7th Avenue. nice clean working lady. 691- reach that level in any U.S.
tin M. Berney, Broker, 624- ), 811 NW 54th St., Phone: 0425. medical college.
6983. 757-5724. Open 7 days. Mobile home. 45x10. Cash
Dr. Wright, 47, Is a cancer
1867-63 $2,200. Not home after 4 p.m. Furn. apts. Centrally located. researcher. Her father, the $22
$200 down payment FHA. 3 NW 88th Street. No Sleeps four.Adults only. Plen- late
$16.50 and $18 wkly. Suitable Dr. Louis T. Wright, was
bedroom, 1.1/2 bath, com qualifying. Gorgeous, CBS, ty of work. 6101 Cleveland St. couples only. References required the first Negro physician appointed -

pletely refinished, large lot. .can either be 7 bedroom, 3E, Hollywood, Fla., on State Phone:,635-6515, to the staff of a New '
Beautiful. Call at once. Mar- 4 baths or 3 bedroom, 2 baths, Road 7, behind Truck Stop. York City Hospital and the ..

, tin M. Berney, Broker, 624- plus income unit. Oversizedlot Adults only. Furnished room. 1986 NW 57 city's first Negro police surSOLD

6983. all financing ready to go. St. Call evenings NE 3-6203. geon. AT PRICES TO $
$2,000.00 down, move in to OFF 95th STREET Dr. Jane Wright had served '

$100 Down Payments morrow. You must see this LAKE FRONT HOME Lovely house. Adults. $22. as an associate professor of Call or write us

2-3-4 bedroom CBS like new. property to realize its poten- Beautiful large 3 bedroom, 2 Will sell to right person.$100 research surgery at New York Send deposit if

Anyone can buy, vets or non- tial. If you have been lookingfor bath home. Fla room, garage, down. NE 5-5566. University School of Medicine ing by mall.
vets. Payments from $59 mo. that large close-in ultramodern fenced, sprinkler, beautifully and director of its cancer 866-2396

pays all. One mortgage. Call home this car be your landscaped. Home is in immaculate Furnished efficiency Private chemotherapy program. Beauty shops

now we have the Keys Tip answer.See todayAetnaReal- condition with fea- entrance. 811 NW 66th Street. wholesale prices.

Top Realty, 685-0021. 13906 ty (Broker), 811 NW 54th St., tures galore. Waterfront estate 758-4273.

"W 7th Ave. Phone: 757-5724. Open 71 clays. for only $24,500 with as .' .,- Join theNAACP DOLLY WIGS

little I as $1900 down. Mary Furnished apt. with yard and P. 0. BOX
f'4
1071 NW 90th St. $800 DOWN Dooley, Realtor, 666-6158. porch. For information call NORMANDIE

Fla room, garage, bedroom, Three bedroom, CBS. No qualifying 6912426. MIAMI BEACH
full tile bath, beautiful yard, for this five year old 1957 Ford. Private six cylinder 6662396W.C.

sprinkers. $450 downpayment, home. On 1 Urge corner lot, new paint,radio and heater. Store space. Suitable for of-
$90.12 mo. plus taxes and insurance terrazzo floors, jalousie win Only $795 full price. Phone fice or small business. 5841 .

$14,050 FHA mort- dows. Biscayne Realty, Inc., MO 1-4235 or 235-6740. NW 17th Avenue. Inquire at
!gage. Reinhold, Realtor, 754- 759-8600. Broker) 5845 or OX 1-2223.
BakerAND
2605 or 223-0792. 5909 NW Beauty parlor equipment. 2 .

2nd Ave. 2390 NW 86th Street chairs, flourescent light fix Room. Middle age man only.
tures, hair dryer, 2 vanity 1 HIS BAND
CBS on large 80x100 corner Prefer one who works during
Lovely 3 bedroom 1 bath CBS
like lot with circular driveway and dressers, 1 dresser table, day to live reasonably and Are Now at The
new. Awnings,extra largelot Two bedrooms and 1131 NW 1st Ct. 3745423. comfortably. Call 759-3360.
carporte.
FHA$12,000. $400 down, STORK CLUB
Fla room, terrazzo floors.
$74 month. No closing cost.
One 2-wheel trailer light-
FHA terms with $450 down the Harlem Gardens
Veterans )
(Formerly
or being
displaced
payment. Biscayne Realty, weight, like new. $40. F. J. Le- CHILD CARE
$100 Realtors down. Atlantic & Pacific Broker, Inc. 759-8600. nire. 1801 NW 85th Street. 14495 NW 22nd AVENUE
666-0411.
,
Daily childcare in pleasant OPA-LOCKA, FLA.
2325 NW 8!>Street CBS, furn. 1 bedroom, 1 bath, home and environment. Call ( )
Lovely 2 bedroom, 1 bath, Fla Fla
CBS FHA terms with $450 large room, king$9,400. 6350470.We .
room, CBS, tile roof, hard- ,
wood floor, close in town location down on valuation of $11,500. SCOTT LAKE;
Less down for vets and ex- keep day care children up
close to bus. FHA$350
down way relocation. Beautifully 3 bedroom 2 bath, screened to 5 years of age.Ruby Bryant,
$71
month. Veterans
being displaced$100 down.At-or kept home on large lot. Biscayne porch, built/in stove and oven, 5321 NW 24th Ct. NE 3-2915. EDISON

lantic & Pacific Realtors, 666- Realty, Inc. Broker, carpeted, central heat, fenced (M26) I
0411. 759-8600. back. Asking $19,000. Terms.

AlA Realty, 751-1402.

Best new home buy in town. 3 2025 NW 93rd Terr. HELP WANTED OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
bedrooms, 2 baths, sewers and CBS, FHA terms on $11,500 Wanted. Beautician in new
city water. 276 NW 40th St. valuation with $450 down (total RICHMOND HEIGHTS beauty salon.7911 NW 7th Ave. 52 NW 41 TERRACE
House. 7 rooms, 4 bedrooms, 759-8677. (m26)
400 NW 40th ) on three one half year old screened
St. Reasonable. 2 baths, 2 car garage with 3 bedroom CBS plus porch, dining
two bedroom dream house.
Wynne.235-2958. Check this with Biscayne electronic doors. Sprinkler Driver i wanted. To drive Ca- garage. No closing-' cost.

Realty, Inc. Broker, 7598600.NO system, awnings, fence, split dillac to Jersey, New York, DRIVE BY THESE THEN CALL EDISON
Duplex. 2 bedroom 1 bath each
level. Asking $8,000. Make offer Boston, Canada. July 26 and
side. Excellent location. Reasonable Mar-Dan Associates, return. Call NE'46875.MISCELLANEOUS ((1)) Beautiful swimming pool on separate
QUALIFYING with this clean home with 2
I down payment. Live Realtors, HI 5-2557. Goes lovely
here for about $45 per month. $500 down. CBS with two lots rooms. 100x100 lot. Call to see.

I No qualifying. Call at once. fenced. Near Check schools 2145,NW buses 84th, HOUSES. $100 down and up. ((2)) 3 bedroom, CBS. No qualifying. FHA

Martin M. Berney, Broker, shopping. Richmond Heights and Carol placed. $66.78 month pays everything.
St. with Biscayne Realty, Inc.
|
624-6983. need down.
City. Mar-Dan Associates, "OKRA" $1,530
Broker, 7598600. Realtors, HI 5-2557. U-pick bushel or less. Plentiful. ((3)) Large home, 5 bedroom, CBS. Take some

(W-A-S $6,000) Now $3400 HOUSE Flagler and 117th Ave. f/4)) 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room, garage.

pricel Lot.!!! Tiny 947-0835.downlll!!! Houseand CBS, only DOLL$10,500 full price Follow sign on bridge to J. B. front. 75x130 lot. A special for

.. with FHA terms Lowest Willis Farm. ((5)) $300 down FHA. CBS, tilt roof, carport,

Drive by Call 625-0449 down payment and sellers all HELP WANTED ing room, city sewers. $78.25 month.No

3260 NW 208th Street but $100 of the closing costs. ing cost.
Air conditioner and stove are $400 down 3 bedroom --------------------
2930 NW 188th Street BULLDOZER OPERATOR. ,
4920 NW 177th Street included. Biscayne Realty.Inc. Bahamian needed to CBS WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES,
17205 Broker, 759-8600. operate 1800 N W 83rd Street TERMS OR NO,QUALIFYING.YOU .
NW 49th Court
heavy equipment on Great Ex-
Also 4 Open Sunday 2 til 5. Lovely CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES
unit availablefor
bldgs. uma. Do not apply unless
Investment. FHA terms. 3 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, Fla experienced corner lot. 1 FHAmartgage.$75 $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR .
and are a native Ba-
Low Down room, excellent location, near per month. DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY.
Low Monthly buses and school. Low down hamian. Write full qualifica-
Investment Counselors, No qualifying.Call at tions to: J, H. Moynohan, 141 Big i beautiful duplex.
Realtors payment. NE 3rd Ave. 2390NW95th Terr.$1400down
once. Martin M. Berney, Miami. FR 4- EDISON KIMIYr Realtors
624-6983. 6119. (M26) FHA. Live rent free ,
Broker
merson 21" combination TV ,

.M.-F.M. and phonograph. niT V's $8.001!! TV stands Barber wanted. Call751-9H2. REALTY ALLAPATTAH, Realtors ,175' 'N.W, 62nd_ St ; -

w 16th 1 ike Street.new. Reasonable. 195 NW 1.50!!! 947-0835. 633-3517. (m26) 633-0426 .



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