The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: June 2, 1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Typical of the 124 high school 'seniors to be presented Friday, June 2nd ting five local high schools. The affair S Pono oVby the Miami Alumnae ,;

in the 17th Annual Debutante Cotillion ore these Jive young ladies represen. ,Chapter of Delta l "1,"OP2.9 fttlWtl WBWWarnl Beach Auditorium- :

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I State Senate PassesNo k Recreation Officials Pia.

Discrimination Bill"

Cool Summer For KidsRecreation
The Florida Senate took a appeal under the state admin-
giant step forward today to put istrative practices act with
officials of Dade EOPI: TO HELP said another official.
our state into the mainstream the agency involved.The .
of American life with the pas passage of this bill was County are launching a massive Relying mainly on volunteer The Liberty City, Manor'and
sage of Senate Bill No. 101, the result of work by all the drive to maintain a"coo help,. EOPI has been planningan Edison Darks are near the area
which declares Ittobe contrary Dade Senate Delegation and summer" for local kids when expansive recreation pro- named for Brownsville, and J
*."*" to the public policy of Miamians are delighted this they get out of school next gram since last summer for Dorsey and pixie Parks are in :\.'

t1 ,Florida fot any state agency to first In Florida's history. week. the.Northwest section through the central city Coconut
practice discrimination in any Special credit goes to Senators With $128,700 provided last Liberty City, the Central Negro Grove has the 'Virrick and
manner of reason of race, Lee Weissenbom and week by the County Commission district, Coconut Grove, Grand Avenue Parks.
color, sex, religious creed or Richard B. Stone for Introduc- Metro's Park and Recreation Perrine and Homestead.The Four of these have swimming
national origin. ing the measure. Department is preparing additional $50,000. pools, all free to youngsters
The bill, which passed the We are confident that the to addextensive recreational $60,000 it is now seeking from under 18.
Senate by a lopsided vote of 42 Dade House delegation will programs to the the federal office of Economic The county now plans to add
to 4, also has teeth in it that it push the bill to final passagein LEE WEISSENBORN Brownsville area, which has Opportunity is to expand that 200 summer recreation em-

provides that persons claimingto the House of Representatives. Introduces Bill practically 'no facilities now. program "to fill the gaps in ployees, while the city has plan
be aggrieved can take their Economic Opportunity Pro- the city and county programs for 33 extras. One hundred
gram, Inc., the AntiPovertyagency ." Most of the money fifty-three of the 211 schools
will go to hire 60 youths, 18 of the will have
is seeking to add county sum
Southern Baptists Must $50,000 to $60,000 to already to leaders.21 years old as recreation mer programs.

planned programs in the"tar
I Charles Feltus, EOPI officer Four hours of each seven-
get areas" throughout the
said, "recognized leaders" of hour day will be occupied with
Change Or Die the communities' youth will be academic subjects, and the
Miami is pushing a "top pri- southt for these Jobs. other three will be free for
ority" survey of its programswith "We want to get the guys who cultural and recreational pro-
The Southern Baptist Con An estimated 10,000 delegates lenged the.group to ichangel recommendations for any would be leading the riots," grams.Negroes .
I vention is holding its four-day are expected. its spirit and practice of Iso- needed additions to be given
annual session this week at the Leaders among the younger lationism.The June 5 to the City Commission.The .
Miami Beach Convention Hall. clergymen on Monday chal
Rev. Bucker Fanning of School Board will employ
San Antonio, Texas, insisted about 500 teachers less for the To
that the Southern Baptist Con- summer programs than it did
Short Tempered vention will die unless it last year, because of forced
changes. An evangelical cutbacks.
ecumenism is the only hope Own
{1 said the Rev. Jess Moody of PORTABLE POOLS Organize
; Husband Killed West Palm Beach. The money will provide three
portable swim m I n g pools;a
"Unless our churches become movable stage and 52 more recreation -
places of worship where leaders in the nine Labor UnionsThe
By Wifegument. people of all races and clas- sauare-mile area including.
ses meet together in Christ the densely populated slumsin
"He was a good man-," his She did not know she through unless worship we become and fellow-great the county. Negro American Labor outgrowth of Negro labor lead-
ship; Council NALC has announceda dissatisfied ;
; wife told police. But he had a had hit him since he drove off, of new life flowing out ( ) ers who became
short temper." So she killed she said. from springs sanctuaries into the This is an addition to the regular nationwide drive organize with the AFL-CIO in 1960 be-
him. Mrs. Williams told i police our prairies human year-round $1 million Negro workers into their own cause of what they called"lUy

James L. Williams, 34, was that during the argument her hot-parched need; unless we Baptists experience recreation program carriedon labor organizations. white" trade unionism.The .
found folded over the steering husband struck out at her.His a change of attitude countywide at 36 centers,
Cleveland Robinson presi-
wheel of his white 1961 Olds., fist went past and glanced off five of which are easily accessible ,
> and a change in direction,then to poverty area residents dent of the group, told dele- problem of the Negro is
mobile Sunday about half a hiss 11-month-old daughter, too will into the said Robinson
> we pass graveyard the James gates to a national economic an economic one, -
block from his home at 1281 she said, knocking the baby of denominations," said Only one, conference in Washington, "Nothing will be handed
Scott center, is in the Browns-
N.W. 61st Street. from her arms. Fanning.He ville "The real war on poverty will to us on a silver platter," he
Officer Richard Witt, an accident She said that the day before, area. be the war of the people them- said. "It is a battle of the poor
investigator for the Mi- one of the four children in the reported that in his churchthe selves fighting to change the against the greedy and the
ami Police Department, saw family. found the 38 caliber traditional "study and do Eight of the centers have rich."
nature of their Jobs in terms
the car in front of a stop signit Beretta hidden in the car and nothing" organizations have swimming pools. The others
of its content and structure
had rammed. He then found brought it to his mother. been dumped in place of groups offer scheduled and supervised wage -
Williams with a wound in his She told police that a few days actively involved in ministering programs including athle- The goal of the NALC, he
chest and also found two placeson before, he beat her and when to the needs of the people tics, nature walks and talks, said, was to organize Negro
the interior of the car that she ran from the house he triedto through tutoring dropouts, field trips and cultural activi- "The war "on poverty, workers in every segment of
had been hit by bullets.At run her down with the car. clinics for the Indigent ill,fos- ties such as dancing.They are Robinson said" is a farce and the nation's economy either
the Williams home Mrs. Then he pulled a gun and shot ter homes, a food and clothing under the supervision of col- a delusion. working with the present
Albertha Williams told police at her. center, Job placement office, lege trained recreation union-management structureor
she had shot her husband as he Mrs. Williams was chargedwith and a home for unwed mothers specialists, assisted by hun- The Council initiated the 1963 by forming labor unions of
headed for the car after an ar- second degree murder. among others. dreds of volunteers. march on Washington. It is the their own.



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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 2, 1967
I -. John: .Griffin Post

un I Installs OfficersSunday I

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? .tik'r 7I June 4, Is a very his-
toric day for the members of
!' John Griffin Post and Auxili
4 xrs'' N 1 ary. Another chapter in the
history of the post will beginas
the gavel passes to a new
commander, Henry Daniels.
Our annual installation of of-
:. JkY i ip ficers will be held, at 3:30 In
the afternoon at the Dixie Park
Youth Center, 315 N.W, 12th
Street. (Enter from the park- 1
ing lot which runs from 12th
to 13th Street).
h r r leR rw/wr r.As The tenth district staff of the
American Legion will be pre
sent and will perform the in-
stallation. All members of -
John Griffin Post are asked to HENRY W. DANIELSnow

be present and urged to arriveby
2:45 so that every one may is the time for you to bring
take their places allowing us him/her in for a closer look
to begin on time. All elected at Legion activities
officer s and stand-ins for
Major construction in Greater Miami includes the Apartments on the ocean in Miami Beach, lower right; I elected officers should arriveby The boys state winner of the
downtown parking garage, upper left; the CTA retire- and the Four Ambassadors apartment complex, center. 2:30. post and the girls state winner
I ment apartment building jutting out into Biscayne Bay, Current construction ie estimated at $400 million. -- Robert L. Clark, the out-of the auxiliary will be pre-
upper right; the science building on the South Campus of Miami-Metro News Bureau photo. going commander says, if you f ented. Come and see the pro-

Miami-Dade Junior College, lower left; Triton TowerFairmount ...- know of a friend who is eligi- gress John Grifflnis making.

ble to Join the America Legion Refreshments will be served

FORCE following the ceremony.

fi rL Airman Willie J.Warren,son HONORED WITH PARTYOn
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph! ,
1 t
a s Saturday evening a
Warren, of 789 N.W. 45th St.,
party was given at 1261 N.W.
Miami, entered the US Air 68th Terr in honor of Philip ss
Force on (Friday) June 2. He Bray, grandson ofMr. and s
will to Texas for his basic
Mrs. William Pate of Detroit,
training and then will be as- Michigan.
signed in the mechanical field,
The party was a gay affair
the field he selected before his
with an abundance delicious
enlistment. Airman Warrenwas
refreshments enjoyed by all
a graduate of Booker T.
___ __ WashingtonHigh School in June Those attending the party
were Rudolph Orjuna Larry
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65, and attended Bethune
Hamm Carl Brown Patricia
Cookman College in Daytona
Keaton, William Harris
Beach up until his enlistment.
Deloris Haynes, Jennifer
e Douglas, :Douglas ) Smith, Smiling Eddie Lee Pittman,
Brenda White Ozie Lewis, popular local businessman and
Reeves, Rachel Reeves,Novel owner of the Dive-Inn Bar,
Bethel, William Scavella, 1772 NW 79th St Phone 691-
r s.a y Edward Gooding,,Lettie Good- 9431. He invites all Ms old
ing, Debra Williams, and friends to come and meet new
Nadine Alexander. friends. Everyone welcome.
Adults attending were: Mr. Enjoy the pool room and bow-
and Mrs. W. Pate, Mrs. R. ling. Completely air conditioned -
Heights, Md. Thanks to the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban / Williams, Mrs. F.R.Woodard (indef)
Development, vast improvements in road conditions and street drainage are in and Mrs V. L.Johnson,sponsors ..... -
sight for this small, all-Negro community which adjoins the Nation's Capital. Check .
ing the hazardous and unhealthy conditions are Mayor Doswell Brooks (left) and
Leo A. Morris, Division of Public Facilities Grants in HUD's Office
Leo A. Morris, Director, Division of Public Facilities/ Grants in HUD's Office of
Metropolitan Development./ HUD is aiding the improvement program with some SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR

$685,000 in loan and grant funds.: .'- SPECIAL"Cleaned

& Oiled In Your Home

Adjust Tensions
LOS ANGELES TEEN Free Needle & Belt Total Cost 1150

FEATURED IN JUNE Check all Wiring All Makes

SEVENTEEN *1 Year Guarantee & Models

Seventeen-y r-old Candy 634-6242
1 YS t i Haley, 4470 Don Miguel Drive,
Los Angeles, "summerized"her
room with a daisy appli-
qued bedspread and lacy eye-
let canopy. The talented Los
Angeles high school senior, ONLY
featured in the June Seventeen, fCAP
dressed up her readymadepink & GOWN
spread with felt daisies, I
then stitched up pillows to
match. The pretty scene is eI4LIF01' '
topped off with a lacy eyelet $?
canopy over the bed.

K 2 5x7 DELUXE:
a Winner otthe"Rallge fine
arts and cultural
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SUPREMES SING FIRST MOVIE SONG Currently climbing on music charts New Covenant Presbyterian 2 4X5 GIANT
throughout the United States is another hit for The Supremes, but the only difference Church. Full story,re- POSTCARDS
between their numerous previous hits is that they sang it first for a motion picture port and pictures will appear ..
sound track. I he talented trio (above I-r: Florence tiollard. Mary Wells, and Diane next week. ..
Ross) recorded the sound track of the title song of the Columbia Pictures release
"The Happening," Because of their continuing popularity, the Motown recording --- COLOR > $4.95
stars were selected by film executives to give their talent an added dimension.DON'T .
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 2, 1967 3

LMMMIWM Overloaded WalOH Loaded


Pistol Gets 90 Days, $500 ;

Mrs. Flora Dickinson Jones, Brilliant sentenced her to 30
who was arrested April 18 for days In Jail for overloading,
r;. over-loading her station and 60 days and a fine of$500
wagon with 25 children, was for carrying a concealedwea-
found guilty on that and an- pon--a loaded 38 caliber re-
,I' other count in city court Mon volver--in her car.
day. She was sentenced to 90
days and fined $500. Mrs. Jones was released on
r'r tt The nursery school operatorwas a $1,250 bond, pending an ap-
charged with packing the peal. Judge Brilliant said the
kiddies, ranging in age from 60-day Jail term and the $500
one to four years,into the 1961 fine levied for carrying a con-
Chevrolet which she operatedas cealed weapon "is the same
a bus.Municipal. I hand down for anyone illegally -
Court Judge Meyer carrying a gun. r

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Architect's rendering of Florida Memorial College, which St. and LeJeune Rd a$IQ million dollar complex of buildings. '
commences its building program this summer, is shown as it $2.4 million has been raised towards this sum in a seven
will be constructed when the college relocates to Miami from months development fund campaign. .

.St. Augustine, in 1968. The college will be at north west 156th ,. ,:; '
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::4 Youths Plead Guilty To MurderFour >f '

..' youths pleaded guilty 264th Street, was stabbed to motive attributed to the slay- N. W. 14th Pl., pleaded guiltyto
last Wednesday to the knife- death when he and two com- ingot Sneed, and the attack on first degree murder.
slaying of a South Dade youth panions went into LibertyCity his campanions, was robbery.Two Marcia Lenette Bethel, 17, 1
Oct. 21. looking for girls. of the defendants -Nor- of 1386 N. W. 71st Street, and
Eighteen-year-old Millet, Police said Sneed was stab- man Parker, Jr., 22, of 14140N. Ronald Randolph, 16, of 1366
bed repeatedly in the chest as W. 22nd and
Marvin Sneed, of 19030 S. W,, N, W. 63rd St., pleaded guiltyto
he asked for mercy. The only Matthew Dixon,Jr., 15,of 7101 second degree murder. _. .
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I About five months ago Honored by marketers James S.A very,community relations -
Randolph won first prize in a coordinator of Humble Oil and Refining Company, left,
: writing contest at Youth Hall, accepts a plaque In recognition of three years of service as
Mon Who Killed 2 from which he was later transferred president and another year as chairman of the board of the Na-
to the Dade County Jail. tional Association of Market Developers,a progessional organization -
He won a$25 bond for his essayon composed chiefly of executives and management
Policemen Ruled InsaneCharged the subject,World Peace." people in the sales and public relations fields. The presentation -
Circuit Judge Harold B.Spaet was made by H.Naylor Fitzhugh,outgoing president of the
delayed sentencing the defen- organization and now its board chairman. A vice president of
with the murder of accept the findings of the three not guilty due to insanity dants until Investigation can. the Pepsi-Cola Company, Mr. Fitzhugh succeeded Mr. Averyas
two West Palm Beach Policein psychiatrists who examined He had read reports of the made by probation officers. president of N.A.M.D. a year ago, and became chairman
April, John Calvin Cooley Cooley "without objection." three psychiatrists, Judge Parker and Dixon can eitherbe when Mr. Avery relinquished that post and Joseph Black, a
was judged insane Monday and Knott said, and "there Is no sentenced to death lathe vice president of Greyhound Lines,was elected president during
ordered "placed in a proper Public Defender Walter Col- question concerning the find- electric chair or life in prison. the association's national convention May 17-201n Houston,
institution" by Circuit Judge bath, Cooley's courtappointed Ings of these, physicians that The other two face a maximumof Texas. Mr. Avery, also, Is presently serving for a third consecutive -
James R. Knott.. attorney, asked for a trial bets, definitely insane" (, life in prison or a minimum I year as a national vice chairman of be annual fundraising -
State Attorney Tom Johnson by Jury on both courts, sayinghe Cooley 31, was ordered returned of 20 years. drive of the United Negro College Fund.
i said the state was willing to would plead that Cooley was to the county Jail until
the court could take steps to
place him In a proper institu-' ..............................

I IOTA'S Proclaim "Iron tion.A .
Cooley Is charged with shoot- AT MODERATE RATES .
I Men aid Women For 1967"The ing to death Sgt.William Flet- .
cher and Patrolman David Van : CALL :
Annual Program in observance Valdez Murray and Mrs.Leila Curler last April 6. '
of National Business Williams: "Bronze Men for fa '
Week was held on May 21, in 1967:" Ezekiel Burrows and 1
the auditorium of the New Charles Mitchell.
Covenant Presbyterian Echoes from all persons pre- BEER PARTYThe = If.l t
Church All persons In atten- sent revealed an afternoon
dance were greatly impressed well-spent, fully enjoyed, and Clover Club will sponsora .
with renditions from the definite plans to be in atten- Beer Party (all you can 9
soror's and the Invited guests. dance at all future programsIn drink) Saturday, June 3 from -
Highlights of the afternoon observance of National 9:00 p.m. to 1:00: a.m.at Bon-: 0 AGENCY 1 =-
Included: Business Week by the Gamma ded Rental Agency, N. W. 7tt a
The Initiation of 'Iota's Alpha Chapter of Iota Phi Avenue and 42nd Street. Fur I
Hall of Fame" when all past Lambda Sorority, Inc. and dancing. Admission$1.25, I
honorees were formally admitted :
to the Hall through a
IIINC PL 9-8733
dialogue and presented certi- i

ficates of membership. W. C. BakerAND + ..*.

2. Recognition was given to .

and Man for 1967." '
3..The presentation dbeautiful -
plaques to the"Bronze Men (Formerly the Harlem Gardens) : /1..10' cart and collector; give door to door service for tenant convenience. I:
and Women for 1967" as pro 14495 NW 22nd AVENUE' "
and adults "rent fret milted '
panel of three A community recreation center for teenager .
claimed by a
OPA-LOCKA FLA. for comfort and enjoyment,
"Bronze and air conditioned your \
very efficient judges: (J2) .
Women for 1967:" Mrs. A public relations department to assist you with your prolal.... 0S

Tenants concern will Hop vandalism and reduce the cost of housing.' .


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& BATH FLORIDA ROOM .512 !HW ht Ave. Hollondol. WA 7.<2434 1675 HW 62nd St. OX 6-2467 .
BEDROOM .. 6U5 NW 7th Terr.Ft. Lauderdale- 4-3357 4240 NW 27th Ave. -HE 5.3466 .
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2 N.W- Jlth st.,MIAM.tU., DIVJSION J.ATIN&, : .If I am to enjoy o better life, others must life better too" L. (.. Brooks :

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4 THE MIAMI TIME S. f ririnv,. Junft ?, 1967 !




Ave.,MiamiFla.33147-Phon.t 691-0421 I
Officei 6530NW 15th

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher Fall Of The One Party SystemThe I I by Whitney M. Young Jr.

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor Executive Director National Urban League i?
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE, City Editor .
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor terroristic campaign of burnings, beatings, economicand -
social boycott waged by the Southern Democratic party The High Cost of HousingDiscrimination
Member of the National Newspaper Publlthert Association Whites
against who
were members of the Republican party following -
SUBSCRIPTION RATES the withdrawal of federal troops eliminated the Repub-

ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $&.00 lican party in the Southern former Confederate States.
Faced with the necessity of representation In these States to
Entered at Second Clot Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post remain a National party, the Republican party turned to the There are few areas of life In which discrimination harms
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Negro, again. Since the White man was driven out of the Re- Negro citizens more than housing. But it also harms the whole
publican party in the South and since the Negro was not per- country. Housing discrimination comes with a very high price

NEGRO"CREDO PRESS OF believes THE NEGRO that America PRESS"The can belt lead mitted to register in the Democratic party, for many years, tag .. and everybody pays. __ on _

the world from racial and national antagonism I when it oe- up to 1928, Negroes rose to great stature In the Republican
party. The Negro, of course, pays most. Because discrimination
of Kit
cords to everman regardless race, creed or color hit
human and legal rlghtt. Hating no man, fearing no man..tk e Negroes controlled the delegations to the Republics: Na- prevents Negroes from moving elsewhere, they become a
Negro Press strives to help every man In the firm belief' that tional Convention and the federal patronage from these States, "captive market," paying more rent for their bad housing than
all men are hurt at long at anyone It held back. became National Committeemen and women from several of do people in better housing.In .

the States controlled the White Committeemen and women in
States they did net hold the office by virture of their overwhel- Harlem, more than one of every five families living in
-mr lIiditor'S N l1trbooltTHE ming Republican party registraiton. dilapidated housing pay more than $80 per month for it. Rent
As a result, by tacit understanding with the ruling Demo- per square foot for some of these apartments is higher thanit
cratic hierarcy, they would select list Democrats for fed- is for some luxury buildings.A Labor Department study con-
NEGRO IN VIETNAM eral offices from which the Negro Republican would recommend cluded that poor families In the ghetto get less value for their

Negroes at home or wherever they are, have reasons to be one for various federal appointments.Through this bargaining rent dollars than those who are better off, and a Chicago Ur-
proud of their fellowmen fighting for our country In that awful 1[ power Negroes reaped a bonanza federal Jobs of the ban League study recently found that Negroes pay, on the ave-
war in Vietnam. Many of them have fallen in battle and unless nature, which would not be too offen to the white community. rage, $10 per month more for comparable apartments and
peace comes at an early date, many more will be killed Negroes dominated the positions of letter carrier, and all $1,500 more for comparable homes than do whites.

In Time Magazine of May 26, there isa story entitled "The j outside post office Job;special delivery,parcel post, pick-up,
Negro in Vietnam," that's worthwhile reading. On the cover mail handling porters, and even had strong epresentation in And that is Just the money cost of d1scrr i1n tion. Beyond;
there is a picture of Staff Sgt.Clide Brown of Alabama. There, railway mail clerks. the figures and the statistics is the daily battle with no heat,
are also many other pictures of Negro officers and their fami Inside mail clerks,and counter men remained practically poor plumbing or none at all, lack of space, decaying surround-
lies.The "Lily White." Other bigpatronage plums falling to the Negro ings, and the nightly war against rats.This Is the tragic back-
following are a few extracts from what's going on and I were collector of customs at southern ports, Tampa,Charleston ground that breaks the spirit of so many people and it Is the
the part Negroes are taking in it: S. C., New Orleans,Savannah,Jacksonville,Galveston all background to the valiant struggle being fought dally by the ma-
"Sergeant Brown, 24, is a Negro from the black belt of Ala had Negroes In this responsible position for many years. jority of slum families who create homes of dignity and clean-
bama; in 16 sorties into Indian country he has not lost anyoneon i Federal J Judges, federal marshals, federal solicitors and liness In the midst of despair.
his five-man team, none of who Is a Negro. The cool pro- some other sensitive Jobs, remained White hands, with Negro
fessionalism of Clide Brown's patrol underscores in microcosm recommending the appointment to the president, when Republicans -
a major lesson of Viet Nam--a hopeful and creative development occupied the White House. Children live in overcrowded housing, mostly In the ghetto.
in a dirty, hard-fought war. For the first time in the While denied the right to vote In the Southern Democratic Almost half of Negro children live In overcrowded housing,
nation's military history, its Negro fighting men are fully integrated party primaries, the Negro through his control federal pa- mostly in the ghetto. President Johnson told Congress: "A
in combat, fruitfully employed in positions of leadership tonage, could sometimes and in some areas largely Influence child growing up in such an environment must overcome tre-
and fiercely proud of their performance. In (he unpre the selection of local and state candidates for public offices. mendous manmade obstacles to become a useful citizen. The
dictable search-about themselves before Viet Nam color has misery we*tolerate today multiplies the misery tomorrow."

no place in war; merit is the only measure of the man. The revival of the state structure of the Republican Party in

"Can-Do. Must-Do. More than anything, the performance of f r the former Confederate States with the Negro in charge of fed- Discrimination in housing also results In an almost unbear-
the Negro G. I. under fire reaffirms the success--and adversity eral patronage In these former secessionist States soon drew able cost to our cities. The social cost of slum housing and the
--of the American experiment. Often Inchoate and incon-[ some of the former white Republicans out from under the rocks spreading ghetto contributes to the tremendous financial
sistent, Instinctively self-serving yet naturally altruistic,the i Joining the Negro Republicans with the resultant coalition com- on local governments. It Is estimated that the municipal pressures -
Negro fighting man is both savage in combat and gentle in his monly known in political circles as "The black and tans." services to slum areas cost almost twice what those areas
regard for Vietnamese. He clean out | became the ligitimate recognized "Republican party" In the in pay
can a bunker load of taxes. And as segregation Increases,these costs rise. Even
Viet Cong with'aknlfeand two hand grenades, or offer smokesto former secessionist confederate states. In the most integrated northernities,the vast majority of Ne-
a captured V.C. and then squat beside him trying to com- With the national Republican party practically having a per- groes live in segregated housing.
municate in bastard Vietnamese. He might fight to prove his| manent lease on the White House the fat patronage federal

manhood-perhaps as a c o r r e c t i v e to the matriarchal domi- plums quite naturally became the envy of Southern Demo-
nance of the Negro ghetto back home--or to save Viet Nam fora cratic party, who though they completely donated state and local Negroes must have the same housing opportunities as white
government In Saigon about which he himself cynical. patronage, were completely shut off from direct controlof citizens and must be allowed to move Into the suburbs or other

Mostly, though, he fights for the dignity of the Negro, to shat-. federal patronage and Were forced to "whee and deal" with sections of the metropolitan area which are now often closed
ter the stereotypes of racial inferiority,to win the Judgementsof the "black and tans" for any of this federal patronage. Thisof to them. If the majority of Negroes are forced Into blighted
noncoms and officers of whatever color.He's got the tickets. course Is incpmpatable with"Dictatorial one-partypolftlcal slums, then the future of our cities Is dim Indeed. That is a
The report goes on to say: systems" so they set about to get direct control of the federal pretty high cost of discrimination.

"Even though 70% of all Negroes are rejected by the draft patronage.This .
because of ghetto-bred ill health or non-education,the propor- time they did not use their former tactics of terrorism i White families living In our metropolitan areas pay a high
tion of Negro army combat troops in Viet Nam Is more than and boycott as they had previously had to eliminate the Influence cost too. They must pay higher taxes to support the greater
double the ratio of Negroes to whites in the U. S. population at of Republicans and the Republican party In these States. They social services made necessary by conditions caused by segre-
large (2 %-11%).That according to the Negro G. I. himself used the subversive method of "Infiltration" of assuming the gated ghetto housing. They are deprived of the diversity of ex-
and his officers, Is because those who make it in the military "protective coloration" and "false Identity" of being"Repub perience which only a neighborhood composed of people from
service are the "cream of the cro "can-do,must-win com- licans." Sorta like the "wolf putting "Grandma's night- different backgrounds can bring.
petitors who volunteer for dangerous duty, both for the pre- gown, getting in her bed and waiting for the arrival of "Little
mium pay and the extra status it gives them." red riding hood" with the basket of goodies,with the Intent of
Brown Is quoted as saying that he Is In opposition to the not only eating the "Coddles" but also"little red riding hood. But most of all, their children are deprived of contact with
views of Dr. Martin Luther King and Stokely Carmichael on the So designated members of the Southern Democratic party in i children of other races and nationalities. In a world which
Vietnam war, that It Is a "race war"In which the white U. S. each state assumed the role of "Republicans" organized as three-fourths nonwhite, In which business has overseas interests -
Establishment is using colored mercernarles to murder "Lily white" Republicans excluding Negroes and any real and requires Its employees to be capable of meeting all
brown-skinned freedom fighters. "We're here fighting for a white Republicans from their ranks all with the tacit permis- sorts of people and situations, these youngsters will be at a

cause, not a white or black cause or any crap like that. I'd like sion of the Southern Democratic party with-out loss of statusIn disadvantage. They also face the danger becoming Infected
to meet Stokely out there with the V. C.," he said. the Southern Democratic party and set out to capture the with a smug sense of superiority which will be shattered when
Of Cassius Clay the writer said that Brown stated: "He gave Republican party from the "Black and tans" for the prize of, they enter the diverse, democratic modern world.

up being a man when he decided against being Inducted. And I total domination of federal patronage, which of course would
don't want him as a Negro either." be distributed by the "Southern Democratic party" In Toto.
The story mentions a number of Negroes who have won honors The Lilly Whites repeatedly sent their delegations to the na- ,"You That know is what one suburban mother meant when she told me:
, for service and bravery under extreme hardships in the tional Republican conventions In an attenpt tobe seated as the my kids are Just as segregated as the kids In
official delegation of these States, repeated the Republican Harlem. There are no Negro families in my neighborhood,
war.The writer observes that although Harry Truman ordered party sent them packing and seated the Black and Tans" until and Want I'd like to help Interest some people in moving to it. I
1928. my kids to have a realistic envfrnnm"nt".. Tlua.... Mi/4..an.. .
the services ....
military desegregated in 1948, "the Korean War who live in the --------- --- "' "'-
round hothouse environment of such gilded ghettos
negroes Denina-tne-iines still serving in all-blackout- of
fits, or else In/non-combat roles.White officers--particularly such gilded shettos may, in the end, be those who pay the
cost of
In the Navy and Marine Corp--stubbornly kept Negroes out of PUN PHUN discrimination.
top command position. The situation is net much better today."

Times change, and circum lease to the various airlines. .

PROMINENT CITIZEN HONORED"One stances alter conditions. Be- The thought came to me that Miami Times
fore our long dry spell, a Mi- If Greyhound decides to go Into
amlam carrying an umbrella the business 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue ..
flight itself,it c
of the godlike things in this world is the veneration
would be considered a pessi- should its ;r _:
change famous insignia Miami Florida
done to human worth by the hearts of men. Carlyle. 33147 |
mist. Now he'd be called an the Air dale. .
The Miami Public Housing Authority and the Dade County optimist. Another item In the magazinetold Dear Sir: ..' ....; .
Conference on Civic Affairs on Wednesday night honored Mrs.
Looking over the latest stylesin how
Elizabeth Vlrrick, a well-known civic and community worker a large company com- Enclosed
for clothing, it becomes appar- batted absenteeism by giving find the sum of $;_
many years. ent to me that the styles on the to
The honor, although she has been three score and ten trading stamps employeesfor to cover tile cost of a _. subscription to
way In are the ones that are perfect attendance. As a
years, Is still Interested and makes her contribution, especially "
"way out. result absenteeism the Miami
for the benefit of underprivileged citizens of Dade County. droppedby
I'm not lisping when I say that 30%. Imagine! Trading
The dinner took place at the Robert King High Towers. "ail
everything I eat makes me stamps licked their problem. Paper Tu
During the afternoon dedication ceremonies were held for
thick. One might say that I'm Women In Industry: A Address___
the Elizabeth Virrick Village, newest Housing Auth-
InFATuated with food. Brazin hussy a
lady welder.
ority development for senior citizens.
Reading one of those business An old bid-die '<'tty State
Working closely with Mrs. Virrlck, especially In the Coco Elderly lady __zip Code_
news magazines, I discoveredthat estimator. A spinster, Lady
nut Grove area was another well-known community worker
the Greyhound Bus LinesIs (married or otherwise) disc-
the Rev. Theodore Gibson rector of Christ Church Coconut Six Months $3 00 One
purchasing 40 planes to Jockey. Yr. $5 00 Two Yra. '9.00N

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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 2, 1967 5

Our Readers Speak 0 .t Cousin Leads Miami EWC Alumni GroupThe I

I.. ..., .,. Rev. S. A. Cousin, Sr., tor; the Rev. Mrs. Maggie M. Mr. Welter Hicks,President members, it is said the program

Oitr DD, now serving his tenth yearas Green and the Rev Mrs. Ruby of the Usher Board No. 1 will have the trend of a

pas tor of Greater Bethel Manuel evangelists and the of Greater Bethel says the Pre-Fathers Day aspect. A..-

: \ AME Church, 245 N.W. 8th St., Rev. Joseph E. S. Ray, public Board will observe the 53rd the Rev. S. A.Cousin and Mrs.

\ Miami, led the alumni delega- relations coordinator. The anniversary Sunday June 11th. Cousin will bin their vaca-

AY1 tion from the South Florida Rev Percy Sharpe is recuper- Robert L. Stokes, Sunday tion on that day, it is expected

-"- / area to the series of com- ating from a seize of illness School Superintendant, Is pro- they will be present at the an-

w' .- mencement activities at which kept himatChrlstlan gram chairman. As the group niversary observance before

Edward Waters College, this hospital for some time. has so many men and boys as leaving for the Quadrenniel.
I Letters to the Editor past week end. Cousin who has

represented the Educationaland

Takes Issue With Statement African other Methodist departments Episcopal of the Here's Where You Can Buy

Connection on local,state, national I
1 and world conferencesis
Teachers Not
Sympathetic'Dear dean of the South Florida

Annual Conference Extension
Mr. Reeves .
-- ,- -
: - -- -
School of Edward Waters Col-
lege, Jacksonville which holds LIBERTY CITY LIBERTY CITY DOWNTOWN MIAMI ,
In spite of the fact that the
recent article written by Jo sessions at the New St. Paul
Werne, "Teaching The poor Takes New Skills," was well Intended Institutional AME Church 1892 Griffin's Grocery Horn's Grocery
it still seems that it Is more than difficult to be a respected 6572 NW 15th Avenue 7511 NW 22nd Avenue Carrie's Market
N.W. 51st Terrace the Rev. 155 NW 17th Street
Negro teacher in this Almost i
community. everyday
Thomas C. Kelly, Jr., is architect Kenneth Grocery 7.11 Store
there is some new article about the Negro teacher and none builder, and pastor of 6410 NW 15th Avenu. 5800 NW 2nd Ave no. Owen' s Grocery
times out of ten the article or statement is derogatory and un- 311 NW 17th Street
St. Paul.
founded.In Community Drugs
Sunday the Rev.Cousin is expected Cooper's Grocery 6750 NW 15th Avenue Arch s Grocery
our formative years, before everyone became so "con- to preach the morning 6312 NW 15th Avenue 1700 NW 4th Court

cerned" about the "poor Negro child," the only persons con- sermon at Greater Bethel, Mi- Walker's Grocery Little Super Market Culmer's Grocery
cerned about his welfare were many of these same "middle ami, assistedbytheninis- 6290 NW 15th Avenue 5045 N W 17th Avenue 533 NW 17th Street

class teachers" that Mr. Cleophas Allgood and Dr. Arnold terial staff Including the Rev. Juanlta's 54th Street Drugs
Cheyney now find Grocery 1201 NW 54th Street Hopkins Grocery
so unsympathetic.By Fred J. Hicks, assistant pas- 2001 NW 62nd Str..t 4402 NW 17th Avenue
and large it was the Negro teacher who fought for and Jay's Drugs
obtained scholarships for the youngsters who showed promiseand 18th Avenue Grocery 1521 NW 54th Street Hudden's Grocery
/ or were in need of financial assistance. Health and 6307 NW 18th Avenue 416) NW 6th street

Mr/Allgood's statements were not substantiated by sta- N.wton' s Grocery U-TOTE-M No. 225 People's Drugs
Welfare Plan 6320 NW 18th Avenue 695 NW 46th Street 402 NW 8th Street
tistics (only the mention by Dr. Cheyney of vague studies that

verify his ideas) so I fail to understand how he could state so Two Way Grocery Sorkett's No. 1
emphatically that the Negro teacher is less sympathetic than Weekly ForumsThe 62nd St. & 31st Avenue BROWNSVILLETracy's 600 NW 2nd Avenue

the white teacher. It seems that:documented authentic research Smith's Grocery
Dade Health and Grocery 5008 NW 32ndAvenue F.L.T. Shoe Shop
should be presented or made available when such allegations 6704 NW 18th Avenue 716 NW 2nd Avenue
Welfare Federation will co-
are made. Park's Grocery
Let not sponsor a series of Health Liberty Grocery 4701 NW 32nd Avenue Alex Sundries t
us forget that as Negro teachers have had to put 6800 KW 18th Avenue
Forums to educate and dis- 715ft NW 2nd Avenue
many demands on our youth in an effort to make him under- Jo.', Market
stand that the world will not hand him anything on a silver plat- seminate information of pro- William's Grocery 4659 NW 32nd Avenue Stone's Drugs
gress in health and related 7017 NW 18th Avenue 900 NW 2nd Avenue
ter Just because he is poor or underprivileged. He must rea-
lize that in spite of these obstacles he is expected to becomea fields. These forums are open Booker's Grocery Joe's Market Barkett's No. 2
3171 NW 46th Street
and will be held
to the
constributing member of the society in which he lives in order public 7000 NW 15th Avenue 708 NW 2nd Avenue
to reap the full measure of its benefits. Along these lines from 7:30 p.m. to 930pm. Willie & Clara Grocery Buddy's Market
every Wednesday night begin- Grocery 2352 NW 46th Street 79th St. & 14th Ave.
the t e a c h e r had the added repsonsibility of Instilling in our ning, May 24 and lasting thru 6981 NW 15th Avenue COCONUT GROVEDew

youth a sense of self-esteem and for their because Joe's Market
respect country, July 26. Jo. Grocery 2390 NW 46th Street Drop Inn
our books never projected an image of the Negro as a The May 24 forum will be held 916 NW 69th Street 3727 Grand Avenue

contributing member of our democratic society. at the Everglades Hotel but all U-tote.M John's Shoe Parlor
others at the Dade 11th 2779 NW 46th Street ,Grand Drugs
will be held 62nd st. & Av.nu.Sh.II' 3640 Grand Avenue
When I read the headline of the article in question I thought County Health Auditorium, Roosevelt's Sundries

"well/at last the Negro teacher is going to be recognized because 1350 N.W. 14th Street.At 7th A.venue. News& 58th Str..t54th 2796 NW 46th Street Tropical Drug's '
here is one subject on which she is well versed." WellI the close of these forums' 3206 Grand Avenue

was sadly mistaken, for I find that we are not "merely" a banquet will be held at the St. Market Johnnie's 2994 NW Grocery 46th Street

charged with incompetence as in past articles,this article flat- Everglades Hotel, 244 Bis- 11th Ave. & 54th Street OPALOCKAOpa'locka

ly states that we lack compassion. (Which is the one thing I cayne Boulevard, on August 2, King's Grocery Brownsville Drugs Shoe Shine
4634 NW 27th Avenue
thought we had an abundance of). with awards to be made for attendance 5820 NW 12th Avenue 2196 All Babo

Negro teachers as a rule have a great deal of experience and at meetings.The Jackson's Grocery Fair Check Stahl's General Store

competence in re-writing and revising Instructional materials forums cover mental 5830 NW 12th Avenue 4330 N W 27th Avenue 2152 All Ba aMIII.r'l

because they always had the problem of adjusting the reada- health, pulmonary, arthritis, Splc & Span

bility of materials to the needs of their pupils. Now as a result aging problems, alcoholism, 12th Avenue GroceryJo. 4801 N W 27th Avenue 22nd Avenue Sundries& 152nd ,St.
of this competence in creating and re-writing materialsto cancer etc.

meet the needs of these culturally deprived pupils, we find .'. Groc.ry Neat's Grocery 7.11 Market
1208 NW 62nd Street 4225 NW 27th Avenue 22nd Ave. & 157th St.
white students from the University of Miami have been involved -

in several on-the-job directed study programs in Negro Dear Editor: Seymour's Grocery B&B Grocery Magnolia Sundries
schools under the guidance of Negro teachers in order to learn 13th Avenue & 62nd Street 2351 NW 41st Street 14570 NW 22nd Avenue

how to deal with these children.Isn't it a bit inconceivable that Be informed that your Negro Ben's Grocery
J & J Melvin Monroe
of Miami under Dr.Cheyney's observation Silver Knight Award winnersin Drugs62nd .
the University Street 4611 NW 22nd Avenue 15720 NW 19th Avenue
would send their fledgling students out to get such a warped Introduction reference toyourrecent

to problems of disadvantaged youth from such unsympathetic mis-print were: Sampson' s Grocery Lilly Dilly Store Lorenzo Jones
teachers? Barbara Williams, Booker 1466 NW 62nd Street 4761 NW 22nd Avenue

We are more than pleased to see our white brothers are at Washington, Drama; 1960; Eddie's Drugs Joe's Market Mrs. Johnson
last concerned about the Negro's plight but in his new found Robert A. Johnson, North 1001 NW 54th Street 4999 NW 22nd Avenue 15921 NW 18th Avenue

concern let him not forget that it has been the Negro who has Dade, Journalism, 1961; Economy Drugs Joe's Farm Market Armon Baptists

persevered through generations of dual education, it has been Reggie Burton, Booker Wash- 5720 NW 17th Avenue 5100 NW 22nd Avenu.McCordy' Rehms Market

the Negro teacher in combat long before our President declared ington, 1966; Alvin McDuffie, 1111 NW 79th Street
Jackson High 1967. Eddie's Grocery s Grocery
war on poverty.For .
in 5598 NW 17th Avenue 950 NW 36th Street
You named three persons
generations not only in recent Negro teachers
last week's issue of the Miami Richmond HekhM Drugs
have had to stand in their classroom doorways and watch their Rollins Grocery DOWNTOWN MIAMI 14638 Lincoln Blvd.
Times as a matter of fact 5520 NW 17th Av.nu.Shlrl.y'
children come in. Some of who bad not eaten breakfast or had Joe's Market
slept on the floor or with 5 or 6 other children in the same bed. there were four Negro personsto Grocery Joe's 2194 Market NW 5th Avenue 20th Ave. & 62nd St.
win. 5500 NW 17th Avenue
What did she give them?The only thing she had to offer, hope R& L Market PERRINEMrs.

for a better future and the determination to continue in spiteof Cautious Curley's Market 253 NW 22nd Street
the obstacles.If 5311 NW 17th Avenue Susie Williams
Stanley's Market 17516) Duval Avenue
this Is being unsympathetic then we as Negro teachers
Palm Park Grocery
Editors Note: It seems we're 1900 NW 4th Court
stand guilty as accused. 1398 H W 54th Street
both wrong. Since our recent
Sincerely yours, boo boo we have come up witha Grocery Basket Glass 48th GroceryNW St. & 2nd Ave. GOULDS

total of six winners. 2407 NW 54th street
Francena B. Thomas Lenny's Drugs

<10 .. Julius Lee, Booker T, Wash- Jlmmle's 2488 NW 64th street 1700 NW 3rd Avenue Roble 21620 George SW 112th'AvenueNEW Jr.

ington, Drama, 1962; Clarence
Culler, Booker T. Washington, Mac's Grocery Harvey's GroceryNW
48th St. & 2nd Ave.
62nd Street
The Miami Times Drama, 1963.ATTEND .

6740 N. W. 15th Avenue Convenient Grocery Richie's Pharmacy
693 NW 46th Street Mlnlt Shop
Miami Florida 5804 NW 22nd Avenue
20790 NW.32nd Avenue
Northwest Auto Marine Service Drugs
Dear Editor: 22nd Ave. & 49th St. 1240 NW 3rd Avenue Liberty Garden Market
21135 NW 37th- Avenue

I was delighted to see that the Miami Times(Bill McBride) Mrs. Maude Moncur left for 8201 Midway NW Grocery 17th AvenueSunny Cousin' Sundries
27th Ave. & 54th St.
was concerned about the inequities that students are faced with Montgomery Alabama on Fri- NORTH MIAMI BEACH
at Miami Northwestern. As a student at Northwestern, it has day May 26, to attend the grad- South Economy Drugs '
been evident to my peers that Northwestern is not the first rate uation of her son Everette.He 7919 NW 17th Avenue 1101 NW 3rd AvenueJet Celeste Olxon

high school it should be. I considered it a brilliant idea that will receive a Bachelor of Morris Grocery 1566 N'1 154th Terrace

Mr. McBride compare Northwestern with other schools. Our Science Degree in Physical 7404 NW 12th Avenue 27th Drugs Ave. & 54th St.

students and parents are very concerned about this problemand Education from Alabama State .
urge the citizens of the community to help us. College. En r 0 ute home she Plump's Market .' Jackson s Grocery KEY WEST
59th St. 423 NW 22nd Street
will stop in Orlando to attend 12th Ave.
Oscar Gunn
A concerned student the graduation of her grandson Cash & Karry Southern Grocery 215 Julia Stre.tTIDE
Arnold Hampton from Jones 6600 NW 22nd Avenue 1701 NW 1st Place

I Annie G, Perry High School.




6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 2, 1967


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Wfl Cro\\TI

Cola By Gwendolyn Lovern Ross
Where'er you walk cool gales shall fan the glade;

Trees, where you sit, shall crowd into a shade; SCOOPS
Where'er you tread, the blushing flowers shall rise SCHOOL

And all things flourish where you turn your eyes "Tony's Fishmarket" was the scene of a recent dinner hon

Alexander Pope oring Richmond Junior High's ten outstanding students. Following
their students, the honorees moved to the "Cabaret
ELIZABETH VIRRICK On Wednesday night, Room" of the restaurant where they saw a comedy, "The
(May 31)) at Robert King High Towers, Mrs. Elizabeth Drunkard" performed. They joined the rest of the audience in

Virrick was honored for 19 years fighting for Miami throwing peanuts at the actors. The group, which Included

slum clearance and urban renewal. It was staged by the Sandra Allen, Regina Davis, Betty Green,Sandra Henry,Harold

Dade County Conference on Civic Affairs which she Ferguson, Joseph Stevens, Sharon Stevens, Alfonso Walker,
headed for many years, and the Miami Housing Autho- W Deborah Wells, and Darlene West, was chaperoned by principal

rity. Congratulations for a job well done. Y i 1 A Ay Mr. E. J. Arah1ll, and English instructor, Mr. Van Culine
Friends are saying welcome home to Alice (Mrs. + Hats off to all those students who received recognition at
Samuel) Harrison who's been confined in Cedars of Le- Palmetto's Athletic awards assembly. Letters were awardedto

banon. : Betty Dukes, Cheryl Matthews, Pamela Young Girls
Dinner party that Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Carey Sports Club; Harold Hankerson Basketball; Dirk Jacobs i
hosted on Saturday honored the former Muriel Culmer and
Basketball, Track; Leslie Miller Track; Alfred Whittier
her husband, Edward L. Crump of Gary. ,j; Wrestling.Les .
Houseguesting with Rev. and Mrs. Edward (Zer- """ ", '.! was awarded a trophy as Palmetto's most valuable
line) Ferguson are her sister, Dorothy Sears, Freda .. ".,N'I 'f .. trackman.

Hall and William Sturrup of Nassau. Flashing a sparkling smile, lovely Sonja/ Dunson Betty Jo Dukes earned a medal as the school's top sports-
The Paul (Gracie) Wyches of Brownsville motored of Detroit, "Miss Michigan 1967," enjoys a Diet-Rite woman.In .
to Atlanta I to bring daughter, Paula Maria home after Cola in the Royal Crown Hospitality Room at the MissU.
completing her freshman year at Spellman.Mr. S. A. Beauty Pageant at Miami Beach. a candlelight ceremony, Killian's 15 charter members
and Mrs. Richard (Patricia) Thomas attendedthe the National Honor Society were Inducted by the Norland chap-

wedding of her cousin, George Smith in Nassau ter of the organization on Monday evening, May 22. Inductees
last weekend.It William Hamilton III checked in at Cedars of Lebanon included: Kay Albury, Cathy Ingraham, and Shirley Ross.

was a memorable day (Tuesday) for the families Hospital on May 21. Honor students In the class ot'67 at Mays High School were

of Jack and Jill members at the home of Arthur (Edith) It was a musical treat for those who attended In. recently names. Heading the list are: Mildred Hall as valedictorian -

Coversons at their Howard (South Dade) home. Ruoy carnation's ECW program when Allapattah's Junior and Elsie King as s a I uta tor 1 a n.Others are: Earline

Mizell is their president.Mr. High Chorus and Thelma/ J. McDonald were guests at the Williamson, Jewel Armstrong,Deborah Bryant, Diane Waters, ;

and Mrs. Edward (Muriel Culmer) L. Crump of monthly meeting. Sandra Atkins, Ruth Taylor, Emma Weathers,Clarence Moss, i

Gary motored to Miami to visit her mother, Mrs. Margaret Mr. and Mrs. Martin Crue and children, Chip and and Thomas McCullum. 1

Culmer and family. After a delightful/ ten days, they Mickey were in Atlanta I last week to see her brother, I I"Splashl"
journey to Tallahassee I l to visit her daughter, AltheaC. Zetler Cloy, get his masters degree. SOCIAL NOTES

Wright who is in the public school ,of our capital city. The youth group of the Church of the Open Door,
Mr. and Mrs. John (Susie) Ashe were among those under the supervision of Mr. Samuel Rogers had a Read the Invitation to a poolside party honoring

who hosted parties for the Edward Crumps.Mrs. "Splash Party" Saturday at the home of Mrs. Juanita P. Delta Sigma Theta Deb, Sonya Val jean Daniels.Sonya's guests
danced, swam, and feasted at the home of Dr. and Mrs. John
Phillip (Marcia/ Taylor) McCoy daughter, Thompson. Enjoying/ the fun were. Pamela and Sumner .
Sherrilyn of Washington, D.. C. jetted down to attend Hutcheson Gail Coachman LeMar 0. Brown (1100 N.W. 61st Street)on Saturday evening, May 20.
Roberts, Wendy The daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Usher Daniels,(Jacquelyn) Sonyawas
her brother's (J. Hortman, Jr.) graduation.Mrs. Williams Dublin
McBride and
Leroy Shirley Eric
honored by her aunt, Mrs. Melba James.
visited her mother
James (Eva) Grant aged ,
Yaeger, Ruby Weston, Sharon Cobb, Bernetta King, This month's showplace lawn Is located at the home of Mr.
Mrs. Savelatta Baptiste of New York. While in New York Dalia Williams and Hunter.
Barry and Mrs. Johnny Gilliam, 15045 Harrison Street. Judges, representing -
City, she attended the wedding of her nephew, Kenneth
Williams. IMPS $lgLE-NOIi!! the Richmond Heights Garden Club, selected their

The Whitmore (Kathleen) Turnquest and Mrs. Flo CLUB NEWSThe lawn on last weekend. Area residents are reminded to keep
PULL their lawns well manicured, for your lawn can be "Lawnof
rence Knowles of Nassau are the houseguests of the oALoNO
Algonquin Club Inc., held the month."
Richard Thomases.
its final for
meeting club
the National Council of
Congratulations to Negro year, last Tuesday at the homeof Its back to school for Mrs. Wyla Merle Marshal, Mrs.
Women, Inc., Greater Miami North District on their 1967 the treasurer, Harold Dorothy Wallace, and Mr. Clarence Cryer, Awarded National

"Girls of the Year International." It's time some other Higgs, founder and expresident Defense Education grants, the trio will be studying advanced

groups enter the Debutante parties. A community the conducted the election. guidance and counseling at the University of Miamithis summer -
size of ours should plan a four seasons affair so as to The officers elected for Mrs. Wallace and Mr. Cryer are assistant principals of
cut down on the large numbers presented at one time by 967-68 guidance at Richmond Junior
are: James G.Collie, Heights High School, while Mrs.
the Deltas, come June second. Maybe two other groups President; Baldwin p. Marshal is a counselor at South Miami Junior High School.
will join in andmap plans for four cot ill ion balls instead Hepburn, Vice-President; J.
of two next year. We do give credit to the Deltas for Hartman Taylor .AN
Secretary; Pamela Elaine Brown, a senior at Palmetto High, was
being the first but in just about every endeavor some- Harold
Higgs, Treasurer awarded
; I0* a $200 scholarship to the school other choice by the
,one had to initiate a program. Smile, it's great. Robbie
W. Wright, Critic. American Society of Women Accountants.
In addition to
HUMAN being
On Tuesday morning at 7:30, the members of the Appointments by the president 'J5f5 Palmetto's
top scorer on the business test she ranked fourth
John Griffin Post No. 155 visited Lincoln Memorial Cemetery HAIR
were; Eleazar Barr, in the state. Pam, who plans to major In business at Lincoln
for their annual Memorial service. JOT A SHOJTY WIG IvtafeMtlfu
Chaplin; Charles A. Higgs, fall lid 100)1 LONG HUMAN University In Missouri Is at
Ifot: ) Ml* employed Pan American Bank In
Members of Sgt. Daniel Mullins DAV Unit No. 39 member of the executive com- wle ONLY I2S.M. |lad., OffWe. Miami. She is the
.Iacll.) Iroon. NOW M. *vk daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Brown.
and it's auxiliary met at the grave of Sgt. Mullins (Mia- mittee. The club will resumeits No Cltri Char .r Mio4 trw.. Miami's chapter of the National
mi Cemetery) for their Memorial Day services. Theodore activities on October 10 Com To too lady T* Mo.r And To held Council of Negro Women
Enjoy. JUST SEND MAX ADO ADDRESS its monthly meeting on Friday night, May 26, at the fed-
Johnson, a member of Miami Northwestern Band, was for Its 1967-68 meetings. !PillS |2 WOSIT. IteU Color. Pay

bugler of the day. Guests were Mrs. Daniel Mullins/ Mrs. The president wishes for the tollvtry.FoitMn 125.OR......Plus.* Full Posts Ptyoontow on
Gladys Solomon, Mrs. Esther Nolan, Mrs. Alfred Gibson, men and their wives a plea- I as Ps r PoittM..t'Lpr: erally financed training office In Perrlne. Mrs, Elizabeth
** If lot Ocl!
uv Collins
and Mrs. Ruth Adderly. sant vacation. lultttf, Ordtr Now SI'CIAL..I&IILOCK & out-going president, Installed Mrs.Lynette Penlngton
Little Vivian Clemons, junior member ,placedthe The club men and their wives INCLUDED! flit font OF CHARGE.CwvUte .. as next year's president. In herend-of-the-year message,
For TtiAikln
wreath on the grave. and friends, were entertainedby *. EncloM Catalog 10* For Poitoo Mrs. Collins urged all Negro women to pledge themselves to
the stands and tall .. service, and be a strong as their forefathers who weathered
"Quietly, bugler straight Mr. and Mrs.Harold Higgs, RSLSii xiiiliBKLVN.30.N.V. the
In salute to them, our freedom's marty'd honor a delicious menu was served. 11230 of slavery.

While we form a living guard of honorIn
memorial to the gallant men who fall NEED A JOB? START WORK TODAY! Charcoal sparks lighted the night sky as resident debs and

Get well wishes to Mrs. Annie Lee Smith who's recuperating their escorts danced the night away at a backyard party on Sa-
at the home of Mrs. Annie Laura Mapp. Jen Now 2 locations to serve you turday, May 27. Sponsored by the Charles Grays, the Edward

nie Forbes at home; Bertha Glover at Magnolia Hospital; COOKS BUSBOYS Ross, and the Thomas Whites,the party honored their respective
Leola/ Johnson. DISHWASHERS PORTERS daughters, Joy Gwen, and Tommie.

Among students returning home after a successfulyear GAS STATION DRIVERS

are Marilyn Wilson, Shelia McDuffie, Percy Brown, HOTEL & HOME MAIDS LIVE IN MAIDS Spring campaigns at Killian High were climaxed on Monday,

Paula Wyche. A-l Employment ServiceOver May 29, with the election i of the junior and senior class of

Let's help a deserving Girl Scout go to camp this ficers. They are:Junior Class: TomSweeting,president;Steve

summer. Day camps are for all Scouts; Brownies through 20 Years Service In Miami Hutchins, vice-president; Chris Place, secretary;Judy Gentry

,Seniors, 7 through 17. Camp is many things to many 714 NW 62nd Street 758-7663 t rea sur e r Senior Class: Bob Anderson, president;Sandra

girls, but mostly it is fun. It's fun making friends, it's '534 Stinger, vice-president; Shirley Ross, secretary; Geraldine
fun learning new skills, it's fun just living all day in Miami Avenue 379-8382 Hollingsworth, treasurer.

the out-of-doors with leaders and girls. Day camp fees
PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE Collegiates are on the scene again as spring rolls into summer
are $8 per session. The camp operates from 9 a.m. to
3 p.m. four days for each of two weeks. Won't you helpan vacations are:Gloria Allen Michael Crawford
Ixora Girl Scout? Give a campership. t ,o aa i CUSTOM MADE Beverley Dove. Ingrid Dove Gwendolyn Gibson and Josephine
A sweet girl graduate is Mary Ellen Jones, daughter w;'Say PLASTIC FURNITURE Holloway and Brenda Randolph.

of Mrs. Bessie Jones Smith and Mr. K. C.Jones who SLIP COVERS Forty friends
member of Institute's class of 1967 Mon- joined Beverly Bell for an end-of the year
Is a Hampton CRYSTAL CUAI party at her home
it's 97th annual commencement.Mae MIAVY .AU6I on Saturday night May 27. Pam Brown and
day morning at LONG lAttlNOHt + Twila Hargrove served as
IIJIITAKT Beverley,whots the
Antionette Wilcox, winner of "A Trip to Nas- PULLS UAIANTIIOHUH v # daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. Bell(Lucille), Is a junior at Kil-
sau" (Mt. Olivette Baptist) reports on enjoyable/ visit. iian High..
She was a guest of the Towne Hotel. imp MUM Ass.*.
Congratulations to our teachers who are retiring after MTIIIM.IUMMMM NT 1M1r Local churchwomen will preside
pulp IS"MATIS over events, marking the
years of dedication to their community. Among those limn CIINIONf annual Women's Day at Second Baptist Church
SPECIALIZING on Sunday, June
retiring are Mrs. Allene V. Taylor, Booker T. Washington sIN P111155 viml* ITr PLASTIC :Loa 18: Keep the following schedule on hand for ready reference
47 Mrs. Grace B. Albert, West Dunbar, 42 NIGHT Sunday
years; COVERSEXCLUSIVELY ?choolt9:3, Mrs Beatrice G rant Supt.
years; Mrs. Ruth N. Polite (Special Education), 41'A .N NI Worship, Mrs Laura Saunders, newly appointed principal of

years; and Mrs. Ireta M. Crosby, Miami Northwestern, Rouse 01 Gretchen 3 4 082' A.v.rt'ro L. Lewis Elementary; Baptist Training Union, 5:00, Mrs.

40 years. Reed; Evening Worship, Tribute tolocalclubs and
orr -
Gretchen Nicholas Plastic Covers
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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday.. Juno 2. 1967

Grand tdsitans Installs Now O.lock.EOPi'! Sponsors j

Eta Phi I I"a Chapter Avow Iilliliiol- Drive tl

All North Dade County Resi- ney defect and is anticipatinga I'
Phi Beta Sorority, who visited dents: kidney transplant which may

and installed the newly orga- Your community is In the restore his kidney to normal.

nized Miami chapter Eta Phi process of raising funds for During this waiting period he

Beta. The newly organized the "Avon Billington Fund needs the use of an artificial
e chapter is named Alpha Drive." kidney machine. This machine

Gamma. Avon Billington, a 20 year old cost approximately $10,000 a
male is suffering from a kid- to
year operate. The Billing-
Mrs. Julia Smith Tynes, a ton family cannot afford this

LINE-0-TYPE teacher at DorseyHuniorHlgh machine A donation from you
School, was elected Basileus. will be most appreciated.
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: James E. Scott housing project Soror Gamble congratulatedall

manager Sanford J. Ramsey, head yokefellow of Miami Ser- officers and members of
vice Club's Frontiers International,led fel- the sorority and extended best Please mail or bring all
donations to "Avon BUl1ngtonFund"
low yokemen to Youth Hall last Wednesdayat wishes Basileus Tynes accepted -
c/o Mr.David Pember-
a Career Day appearance. Following the on behalf of all sorors
ton 2338 AH Baba Avenue
spicy program Frontier members serenaded In appreciation, Delta Chap- or
at Biscayne Boulevard's colorful Play- ter, West Palm Beach, enter- call 681-4683 and a representative ,
will visit to collect \
boy Club until way up into the yawning hoursof tained the new sorors with a you

Thursday dawning Religious raves Hawaiian luncheon. Iota chap- your donation. i
and sanctimonious hurrahs greeted Rev. ter of Ft.Lauderdale sponsored I

\ Cleo Albury, Jr,new pastor of Mt Sinai Bap- their annual Hobo Dance. David Pemberton advisory i
tist during and after his heart-tugging ser- SOROR EDITH GAMBLE Soror Gamble attended each 4 board chairman,Agnes McCoy \

mon last Sunday.Lest we forget Rev AlburyIs ,I From Detroit, to Miami, affair and was delighted with I is treasurer. I

the son of tonsorial artist Cleo Albury and the grandsonof comes Mrs. Edith Gamble, Florida's sunshine and fash-

deceased pioneers Shadrach and Victoria Ward. Grand Basileus Emeritus, Eta ions.11.lllclal5 of liberal arts training at Oak-

wood College in Alabama.
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Dunbar Principal Nelson L. Adams On January 20th of the year,
has received his commission appointment to the board of directors Miss Bullard ended a short
PromfNMt Miss Naomi Bullard
of the Dade County chapter oftheAmerlcan Red Cross at est daughter of Mrs., young-Susan stay with her mother, relatives t

A. L. Lewis elementary (Homesteadschoolmarm State Bull If d and the late Bob and f r lends during the !
Lorraine Hadley transfers from the Redland District to Prin- Mectini Christmas holidays.
Bullard of 1930 N. W. 1st Pl.
cipalady Mary Ford-Williams and Liberty City elementary.. ,
At the Extra- is nowinSwitzerland Miss Bullard is a 1953 grad-
James and Eloise Farrington (he's 'Tracy, the grocer) are Thursday business I session ,studying uate of Booker T. Washington ':
French. Shewlllremaln in
vaganza presented Tuesday memorial service and
checking out of their Brownsville home (their home was ran- z
High School I
evening at the civic center officers Switzerland until July and then
; : Financial secre- II
sacked three different times by burglars) for a safer spot In I
Mrs. Rose W. Willis of Miami continue towards her final
tary, Mrs. Dorothy Marshall,
the Caverra Lakefront sector. Beauteous Elsada Ramos-
unit No. 55 was awarded first Sarasota destination, Africa. There she
treasurer, Mrs.
j Knowles recently appointed EYC director for teen-agers at St.Agnes' .
Episcopal Church. prize trophy in the wig comb Gallic Cone, Jacksonville and will teach nursing along with SKIN
: out competition Mrs. Louise Mrs. Lucille West President other missionary duties. Miss DISEASES

s Bassey chairman. unit 55. Trustee Board dele- Bullard received her bachelorand t

,I SALT WATER TAFFY: Howcum hospital medics permit cig- Wednesday evening at the gates to the national conven- master of science degrees A new and approach medication totrtotrnont bos-'

gie vending machines to hover around the premises when MD's President Banquet presentedby tion July 27 Aug 6th,Atlanta from the college Medical td iptclallxtd blood

j are so rigid about ciggies causing cancer ? ? ? Former head chosen 50" was also award Georgia, Mrs. Marie Andrews Evangelists at Loma Linda, and on laboratory tilts. Al
custodian Larry Hall of Floral Heights elementary (a veteranof night: Awards, citations, and Deland and Mrs. Louise California. She was one of two proctico.
10 years) relinquishes his post to his pal Willie Graham, gifts, Miamlans receivingwere Dupree, Cocoa, Mrs. Edna D. Negroes in a class of 46 and to general
I his former assistant for five years. Hall shifts his servicesto : Plaque, Mrs. Marion Williams received national received the President's'

Charles Drew junior high (now under construction) where Muldrow, citation, Mrs. scholarship from the South Atlantic Award of $300 for maintain- DR. H. HAAG

he'll become head custodian as of July 31. The former Mrs Lucille West, gifts, Mrs. Region, Mrs. Marion ing the highest scholastic PL 7-7234
James'(Delores) Sands, the gay divorcee, celebrated another Berthaa Perry and Mr. D., A.Muldrow Florida supervisormade average in that school of nurs
natal holiday-anniversary May 24. Intimates are laying odds Julies, for outstanding serviceto the announcement. The ing. She completed two years

that her intense house-hunting is Indicative of an end to her the organization Mrs. 1967 session of the Orange

bachelorhood. Three-word description of the fabulous Louise Dupree chairman, Blossom Cosmetologist'sState

Satellite Lounge: Cool, man, cooll! Mrs. Lucille West cochairman Association Inc., closed COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE
and mistress of cere by forming the ring, to meetIn ,
monies. Winter Haven, 1968. STEREO RADIO TAPE'RECORDER
THE WEEK'S WASH: Manhattan 20 Club's president Frances
White entertained her flaming femmes at her home last Tuesday -- -, "** 'y"-.--

i night. But this week's meeting was hosted by the club's IS YEARS OP RESPONSIBLY VET TVTED

vice prexy Anna-Grace Sweeting in her 60th Street abode. .. v. BUILDING SERVICE TO

WI.. BUYING or BUILDING 379-7735
Things I Never Knew: That Soul's Place owners Kay and MaryJo
Smith (those,together people) are also two of Our Town's CALL STANLEY
leading caterers. They boast recent record of 5,000 soul PL 1-1104 9T09
guests. That ailing Harold Ingraham(now looking and feel- w
ing fit as a fiddle)and the former Arlmentha Womble are mom Beautiful. Homes
Built Your Leior
and dad of Motorman Bobbie Ingraham of MPD That although OursAttroctlve

John Eve is only 5 ft. 4 in. In height, in 1934 he was the s. AIt..... Phonot NA 1.7203 Mofory Public||
tallest member of his family, which consisted of eight. liens end Additions

eL.t Us Demolish
STUFF AND SUCH: Star saxist Julian(Cannonball)Adderleythe Your Worn OutHouse j.
( 'Mercy, Mercy, Mercy' recording star, and his lovely and Build c tnule\t c ftteetiug
squaw Olga were entertained last Saturday by the Eric (Joyce) Lovely N.w Horn
Call u. for About
Knights in their home. .Scevla Adams-Holland received her Bulking Pom 'AND ASSOCIATES '

master's degree from Barry College last Sunday night. LEAGUE APPOINTS Good Bonk Plnonclng # PUBLIC SERVICEPublic
Scevia's spouse Major Holland rushed down from Alabama for PROGRAM DIRECTORT.

the cap and gown ceremonies The Flames co-starring with Rotations Consultant
the Finn Bros at the new Jet Lounge on 27th Avenue VFW Willard Fair, Executive STANLEY BUILDERS, Theatrical Editor The Miami Tlmos',
No. 5693 Poppy-hopping around the super markets. Patrol- Director of our local league, inc.

man Alex Sampson ambllngalong 62nd lamenting over the fact has announced the appointment Lie..... JssvreJ

that his two-day vacation Is over Dunbar elementary observes of Miss Maxine Thurston to the 16351 NW 18th Ploco (Bunch. Park) Miami Florida
N. E. 79th StreetMloml
Color Day June 6 with school colors blue and yellow position of Program Director. I see '
predominantly displayed by faculty members> school kids and Miss Thurston, the first Negro Florida
retired teachers. '' to graduate from Florida
State University's School of

SWEETS TREATS: ThefeminineJollylofast-preparingfor Social Work in 1964, was for- JOIN THE NAACP TODAYI!

their annual excursion trek down to Key West. Alex Brooks merly the director of the teague's -
nursing a lenghty stogie as he reminisces along his favorite Leadership Develop-
boulevard--Second Avenue U you pass Grace Albert's ment Project. Please Print

house and yea i i. canvas stretched cut OVIII'4' ..... awn it's not a Mlt.MM. .
Under the direction of the *, OAT. '1'_
wtg-wam--it'2 a tent to house her faculty members she MISS ::'
executive director. Miss
entertained Memorial Day AGVA booking agent Johnny ,
Tnurston will plan coordinate
Burke and Ft Lauderdale's swank nitery Blrdland holding hands AOOII I.O O'TY ZON._

Blind Henry Delancy,former Rockland Palace host, beat-, and direct all league pro- '.'. t' ." ,

tog a rat-a-tat: on the pavement with his red and white cane as grams.serve She as coordinator will also continueto of the TILIPNONI, ',.IONIOfM ," .,: .OUCITO"
he solos along the Main Stem. Milton (Butterball) Smith '., '. :
Leadership Development Pro- Typt Afembtnblp: AODlln.
fast-throttling his sports Jeep to his WAME radio chores. .
Lionel Hampton at Eden Roc Enid Mosier and Co. at the program.The o Junior Youth (to age, 13)."..."$ .50 0 Blue Certificate............$5.00
Carillon. Urban League, a United
o Youth (Age 14 to 17).S'.50 Q 00IdC.rtificot..II0.00
Fund agency whose programsare ,
Young Adult (Age 18 to 20).. .$LOO
MIAMI MUSINGS: Colleen Pinder and a couple of Oral Aliens geared to improve the life PI Junior Life Membership (too
(sonlnlaw and grandson, that is) doing their weekend shopping, chance factors of Miami's With Crisis.$2.50 age 13) 1100.00tft
at J. M. Fields' merchandise mart. .. Fish Ray and his Island minority groups. The League Young Adult (Age 21 to 24))...$2.00

Steel Band at Four Kings Lounge.. Inez McKinneyJohnsonand programs in the followingareas With Cdsis.$3.50 0 Senior Life M.mborship.$500.00

daughter Demetra will meet sister Effie at Hampton insti- : Economic Developmentand $\ TOTAL $ 's'ij ; '
; (Memberships of and Up include Crisis)
tute, where they'll see daughter, sister and niece Leord Dean Employment, Educationand !
\fu o
receive her degree. Youth Incentives, Housing, : l.
That's It bro Health and Welfare, and Lead- '\ "JOIN THE FIGHT FOR FREEDOM"
who knows everybodyand Mem-
ther, from your one-man-newspaper, ership Development.
everybody's racket, but who wants to warn neighbors In bership In the league Is$1.00, Fill in and mail to:
certain residential areas to tie your pets at home, because $5.00, $10.00 or more. For
others are fuming over the damage and destruction done to further Information,telephone MIAMI BRANCH NAACP 809 NW 3rd Avenue Miami, Florida 33136

their property by these loosed mongrels. 377-3681. I

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, June 2, 1967 9

Go Day Camping With JESCAMr.

Round About I It

George R. Williams, two weeks; $5.00 for-entire t I II
a chairman of the Children eight weeks, weekly fee: $6.00 I
Youth Committee is happy to non members; $5.00 mem. TalkBY ,
4 announce that this year's Junior bers. I

Day Campers willbehoused JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL
in the Police Benevolent L .-
A 11 .. Club House at 17th Avenue and
BY DAVE BONDU 44th Street, with Midget Cam
pers, at James E. Scott Day BENEFIT VARIETYThe Friday night, May 19,about 9:00 finished dressing and cal-
Care Center, 7200 N.W. 22nd led a taxi ,. We headed for Kennedy Airport where I hopped a
I citizens of
was reading an article in SundatsHeraldabout Rev. Avenue Greater Trans Canada Jet at 10:20: destination,World's Fair Expo 67
Morris H. Elliott who has worked as unofficial at Miami will inaugurate on June in
chaplain Eight wonderful filled weeksof Montreal, Canada. The plane dropped at Montreal National
Youth Hall, Kendall Home for delinquents and Parkway Home swimming, games and 5, one of the biggest and most Airport at midnight. The person calling me was mu Canadian
for dependent children. This article was in connection with the crafts are in store for the comprehensive anti-litter friend, Maria Franz (she was expecting me). In her British
annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention that opened lucky youngsters enrolling in programs ever undertaken, sport car (built Just for two) we drove to the home of friends
this week at the Miami which will also provide badly
Beach Convention Hall. Rev. Mr. Elliott where
this year's camping program. a swinging party was going on. A surprise party in
who is the father of two teen-agedboys saw the need for needed funds for Variety
help Camp dates are from June 12 Children's my Any excuse for a party that's Canadians? Some
for these unfortunate children who are Just tossed into the through August 4. Plan to register Hospital. party
world by parents who do not care; by divorce and separation; your child early because Briefly, aluminum con Saturday and Sunday we explored the Expo. There were the
tainers of all kinds will be collected
by parents who could not properly take care of their children; we can only accommo- Royal Mounted Police, a very exciting attraction. The Expo :
and those children who comitted 54 per cent of the major crimein ,date a limited number of cam at Food Fair Stores, 67 H. Q. located on River Front, Mount Royal, overlooks the I
Dade County last year. (The major per cent came from pers. turned into aluminum scrap, city. All the cities and communities have a special offering I
homes Just mentioned). This man has done a marvelous Job in and the proceeds givento for th e visitors. The American (U.S.A.) pavilion displays a !
Registration fee $2.00 for
showing these children that someone cares what they do and : Variety Children's Hospital. large photo of Elizabeth Taylor (the English-born actress)instead 1
what they become. We would like to congratulate him and the of American -born Sammy Davis or Leslie Uggams. I
Southern Baptist for their Juvenile Rehabilitation Program of Meanwhile Canada's Expo '67 is a top draw(like a million a I
the Miami Baptist Association, and the dedicated laymen who who sez they do not practice integration. This is one'Companythat day) for vacationers. Expo's theme is,"Man and His World." I
volunteer for these hires more than 50% Negro help. What more do we want? Very educational '
as sponsors boys and girls on probation. andinteresting, I arrived back in New York
This brought to mind our holiday week-end that Just passed.It This does not Just apply to their help In the "tire changing and Monday morning at 7:05.
seems to me that there are so many of our children Just service" departments, but in their offices,as well.I know this
walking the streets all and to be a fact, so let us not "knock"the ones who are proving WAT'S NEW AROUND? Cleveland
day night, and we wonder where Sellers (Atlanta,Ga.)pro-
the parents are and if they know where their children are. Thisis that black and white makes green (money, that is). gram director of SNCC, refusing to be inducted into Military
getting to be a regular feature of this column, for we men- I'll see you Sunday night at the Mr.James Club when Jackie Service, causing much concern in the State Department. ,'
tioned this few weeks Corbitt and his Ebony Civic Club will have a cocktail party and Muhammad Casslus' 'in
some ago. But, Tuesday, for instance, ( ) Clay NYC looking cool and collective
there were a lot of children alone in the street, on the golf floor show. I hope I win that all expense paid trip to1 Jamaicafor despite I his date with the Houston, Texas, courts in June. .
courses, Just wandering around. Where were the parents of two. That is it for this week.Till the next one, LIVE LIFE, Meanwhile he is lecturing around the country(USA). Including -
these children? What were they doing? We work hard, and EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT. PEACE! ,. NYC, Miami and Chicago. .. Leslie Hornby (Twiggy) Lon-
would like to enjoy the peace and quiet of home, on an off day, don's too sklnnv model at- New York's- Kennedv A irnort.- throw
but when we have children,we do have an obligation to do ing kisses to reporters while waiting to fly home to England'
something with them. We saw a few parents with their sons Skinny Twiggy, she's cut .. H. Rap Brown replaced
and daughters on the courses. A few going fishing But this is Stokely Carmichael as chairman of SNCC Capt. HowardB.
a very small minority. If we do not keep our own youngsters Levy and Capt. lean Maur, both physicians, Ft. Jackson,
supplied with things to do, they find things to do. It is not LBNDSUEY LUMBER North Carolina (white refusing to t e a c h andtrain Vietnam
,; guaranteed that they will not do something to "keep up with MONEY tIUOGETl'L.t;;: bound medics becuase they don't dig LBJ'sthe President) war
|euv NOW PAY ytMtn DO N-ON 0UIt
" the crowd." The EOPI is making preparations for sum- Capt. Levy'sattorneyis Charles Morgan, who in 1963 was
mer recreation programs in all areas of the city. Please see in Birmingham, Ala., when four Negro girls were killed in the
to it that your child is doing something constructive. See that "HUSKY" 48-INCH HIGH racist bombing of a Sunday School. Morgan is an attorney for
he is supervised in his play. If you show him or her that you the American Civil Liberties Union,living in Atlanta,Ga. Levy
are Interested in what they are doing,they will appreciate you is from Brooklyn.met the soft spoken Dr. Carl Coppolinoat
more, and they will be better citizens in the long run. CHAIN LINK FENCING the American Hotel a'few years back during a lodge con
The article. we read stated what we have always known: A vention in New York. I had my money bet on his not being
child who has no one to care what he is doing; will do something convicted But the power of a woman (Marge Farber) is
I Just to gain a little attention from those most closely related sometime greater than the power of faith.Naples,will wonder
to him. All they want to know is that you do care what 1 I for years, did they convict a guilty or an Innocent man ? ? ?
they do. If you give your child a time to be home in the even A waste of education and knowledge. The big question: Is
ing, he will complain that "Johnnie Is younger than I am, and Powell (Adam Clayton) exiled in Bimini, Bahamas,because he
he stays out until--1" But deep in his heart, he knows i fears the U. S.Governmentcharges or the racketeers (Kiss of
that Johnnie's smother:or father do not care what Johnnie does. Workmanship by EXPERTS j Death) which he busted during his probe smears, or possibly
Thattoothpastecommercial is the best proof of this idea. When I the new CIA(Central Intelligence Agency)National Intrigue?? ?
the other child says,"your mother is always making you brush I think that Powell is through as a powerful national politician.
your teeth,' the child retorts,"yes,but bet I have less cavi- But I hope he can gain his seniority in the House for his per
ties than you." Make your child be somebody and do some sonal reasons.

thing constructive, and he will tell his friends,"yes, but I bet
she cares more for me than yours.: Train a child in the way i WHERE THE END BEGINS: Dan Parker, widely known sports
he should go. If he departs from It(an he won't go too far from columnist for the New York Mirror until It folded in '63. He
his basic training) you canlook back and say, "I did the best I I then wrote a column for the NY Journal American before retiring -
knew how." Did you? We all make mistakes, but if you have Parker died of c a n c e r May 20 Philippa Schyler
really tried, you will,feel better in your heart in later years. I (daughter of famed columnist George S. Schuyley) death in
A Negro cab driver told me that the local Americans who Vietnam, a shock. Actress singer Nina Mae McKinney,
apply for taxi driver Jotawerebetng turned down, fo r one rea- died of a heart-attack. She was one of our first great Negro
son or another, and that the City Commission was bending its actresses. She starred with Ralph Cooperin movies. Remembered -
laws to give licenses to non-residents and Cuban Refugees. 0t I for part played in Dark Waters,""Halleluja," "Rain"
Now we know of a few Negroes who are driving cabs for Dia- and many more.FLORIDIANS.
mond, Aircraft and Yellow Cab Companies, and even though
you do not see them at the airport and docks, they are there. t IN NEW YORK: Mr. and Mrs.George McCray
We will have to look into this a little further and really find (the former Mildred Rutledge of 238 W. 146th St., NYC, leav-
out what is happening. Believe me, I will, and I will keep you ing June for Miami where they visit her sisters, Miss
informed This is a pretty serious charge on our City Com- Thelma Rutledge of Miami, Mrs. Frank Brooks and Mrs. Marie
mission, which has been doing such a good Job in keeping our G I White of West Palm Beach.. .Teddy Roberts (Mrs. Elizabeth
city free of such practices. Roberts of Liberty City big-time son) barber and hairstylistand
owner of Mop City of 125th Street, NYC., moving barber
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Cassle Abrams(Bride of this 43-Inch high; shop to Lexington Avenue,a more exclusive section. Lucius
week from EOPI Block Club Organizers) ((100 FT. OR MORE) (Gunner) Kennedy still tops around New York Lovely Joyce
Robinson, 1346 Morris A venue.,Bronx(former Ft.Lauderdale
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Neal Adams Win Hot peefe. flMati, co-ecu handing out nice,compliments about Stanley Kemp(for
rail nd la.anancs
Included toy U above .... GOC mer Miami school teacher) now Columbia University student
VIP OF THE WEEK: Jan Ingstrom of Hartnett and Company Gates aid temUali. New York's Annual Florida BallSaturday night at the famous -
priced separately.lift Savoy Manor, May 27. I'll be there with "camera and

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT Issac Warren, Sumner Hut talk tt over pad" Big John Caolloway (white Caddllac) sends greetingsto

cherson, Sadie Temple, Mayme and I took the Laubach Reading you won't bt his former schoolmate, Attorney Calvin Mapp.

course, and were awarded teaching certificates last Friday obligatedRUNNING, FOOT! TEEN TALK AND MUSIC SURVEYOur queen-singer,.,
night. This is a literacy workshop,and allows us to teach read- Aretha Franklin still mending with broken arm and her two
ing to adults, as well as children. If you know of someone who I tunes, "I've Never Love A Man" and "Respect" still holding
does not read write have them contact one of us
or please first and second places on song survey across the nation. .
and we will be happy to teach this method or give you information ..1 Fantastic Four's "The Whole World Is Stage," dedicated to
on it. Tou may call me at the Brownsville EOPI Center, "Dixie" Aluminum Big Charles North, the 1104 N. W. 3rd Avenue. Travel Bureau
635-8435,1. you are interested The Dave Akins Trio left boss. Writer Blowing in the Wind" a Stevie "Wonder"
Tuesday Cleveland, Chicago and Milwaukee for engagements SCREEN DOOR The Supremes with "The Happing"followed Dionne War
in some fabulous clubs. Jeff Addams and the Dino I CHOICE Of SIZES wick Into the Copacobana (NY) night club breaking the house
Derose Trio took their spots at the Newport Hotel on the Beach I-I 2-fl Un wide down every night. Toussaint McCall's"Nothing Takes The
for a six-weeks stay. .Our grandaughter, Tami, graduated i I.ft,I.III.High 149 7 Place of You,, dedicated to Richard Scott's daughter, pretty
I e z.FL t le. Wide KI I
from James E. Scott kindergarten Thursday night. Sister .Ft III- .Hill ..21e Alicia Scott. Aretha Franklin's hit "Do Right, Woman, Do
Marie Infanta held the program of her Brownsville Day Care I. 3 F..1 'wut r I| Right, Man," dedicated to the Ozzie Williams (she former
Center on Wednesday. The boys are buying golf carts like Uti I..High REG. $16.97 Chonita Jackson) .. James Brown's "Let Yourself Go" and
mad. Kelly t Wilson Ernest Hays, Sport Anderson, Frank ; Extruded Heavy Gauge Aluminum Door his revue at Madison Square Sunday, May 28 "Sam and
Closer and Beautiful
Rivers, Robert Seldon, and I have ours, and the line is getting 0> '. Tulip latch Included Dave
Pre-hung In heary extruded aluminum a record-breaking stint at the 125thSt.Apolla, a record
longer each day. It is good to see them riding around enjoying expander frame. drawing stint in "Mototown City," Detroit and Monday night,
theirs too Speaking of Robert Seldon, I was In his dress May 29, Trenton's International Theater. Willis Jacksonand
shop the other day (it is next door to Shirley's market at 17th LINDSLEY LUMBER band played Count Basle's on7th Avenue, NYC, two weeks
Avenue and 55th Street. He has some crazy cloths and some MJV NOW PAY ATI-WO MONEY DOWN-OH OUR BUDOCT M.ANI packed house Brenda Halloway shaking and twisting and
crazy prices. Mayme fell in love with a cullott skirt that was singing, "Look What You Don"too much. Aretha Franklin's
quite inexpensive compared to the same skirt in downtown Miami I request to lovely Sharon Llghtsey, Miami's special.

Go by, and be surprised, too. Norton Tire Companyat This fe Scoop Bethel saying,"Time and tide wait for no man.
27th Avenue' and 54th Street having trouble with someone Gotta go. C U NX. WK."

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I. Sponsored By Coca-Cola Bottlers and Queen Crowned at St. Paul 1

Atlanta, Ga. -- Famed major Coca-Cola Company throughout as personal on
appearances Little Mark Abrams and Charming Miss Gloria Jean Mrs. Johnie McMilllan is
league baseball star Rank the nation. This new promotion behalf of promotion,invol- Chairl Townsend the Paul Kindergarten
were crown Parker was narrator of the supervisor of St. -
Aaron of the Atlanta Braves which features popu- ves special bottle caps for Co- ed 1967 King and Queen if St. coronation ceremony. Her assistants are
expresses his approval as he lar Hank and other top players, ca-Cola Sprite, Tab, Fresca Paul Kindergarten in a gala Miss Rosa Shorter,Mrs.Janie
Inspects the bottle cap saver including Frank Robinson Er- and Fanta brand flavors with coronation ceremony on May Carol Coney led the medita- Dixon, Miss Michelle Clark,
sheet exhibited by one of his nie Rinks, Carl Yastrzemski! tion, and Gwendolyn Merine Miss Miles Mrs.
Patsy ,
young admirers who Is parti- Harmon Killebrew and Willie pictures of W -knIWn play- 27.Amid welcomed the guests. Paulette Brown, and Miss
cipating in the cur rent Match Mays, from both the Nationaland ers under the crowns. Them a colorful setting of Twenty-five dollar bonds Phyliss McDowell.In .
The Stars Win With Coke" American leagues in local >vms :,..a collected ant ra- pink and blue, Mark receivedhis were awarded the king and
baseball promotion offered by point-of-sale, television ant deemed !or prizes at 1;):a'Co- crown and sceptor from queen. Other participantswere her final remarks to par-
Coca-Cola Bottlers and The navs;>.q Hr: .dVlt trUilag: : as well ca-Coh Bottling pb.i: Andre C r 0 s s. Chair was presented lovely gifts. ents and friends Mrs.
crowned by Cherla Cobb. Guest were entertained by McMillan said, "Thanks
Emanuel Angarica, Jr. was students of the kindergartenwith much for y o u r support.Without -
HUD Director Wants More Housing For prince. LaVonda Smiley, was a medley of nursery your help none of this would
,. the princess. songs.A be possible. Thank you again
Members of the court were l o vel y reception followedthe from all of us at St. Paul KIn-
Low Income and Senior Citizens
''j LaNita Smiley, SuzzetteJohnson coronation ceremony. dergarten."

"The future of Housing in ment of Housing and Urban De- sent and future condition of Michelle Patrick, Cherla
{ Dade County" was the theme velopment. housing in Negro areas- Cobb, Craig Barrett, Darryl
of a forum sponsored by the Sofge said, "I am action-ori especially in Brownsville and Moses, Andre Cross, and AUTO INSURANCEImmediate
Planning Action Communication ented. I like to see things hap- Liberty City. Ebbie Cooper.
Team (PACT) Sunday pen." He told the audience he The director said that SR-22 Filing
i afternoon, at Dade Fedial wants to see the expansion of Brownsville and Liberty City WMBM
Don't b. fool.d by low down payments for applications
Savings and Loan branch at housing opportunities for low- are not in line for more pub- 1490 On Your Dial which do not give you Insurance covorag. W. hay
5800 N. W. 7th Avenue. income and elderly citizens, lic housing. "They are over- BLANCHE CALLOWAY b,.n In 'business for two generations and toke pride
The guest speaker for the occasion quicker placement of families crowded and have the potentialof PRESENTS In servicing our customers with honest txplanatlons
and honest Insure with companies
was Haley Sofge, head displaced by the big hook of becoming more so. that give you answers.the lowest W possible you rat.*
of the Miami Housing Authority progress, and the outpouringof "I would hope public l housing1 PROGRESS' REPORT LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS
fJ and recently appointed mote federal money for in this country through 1985 1 Times Daily D. GOODMAN & SONS
director of the Dade Depart- public hosing. would be dispersed throughout 8 a.m., 1:55 and 10 p.m. 2688 NW 62nd ST. OX '1-0380
The panel, comprising Dr. the community wherever
Van Robinson, Dr. Johnny zoning permits."
GMAM Visit Jones and Dr.Edwin S. Moderato 01 the forum was
I Shirley, with the audience Attorner Henry Arlington.
South Council participating, then asked William Wynn is president of WHY NOT DO YOUR
questions pertinent to the pre PACT.rn1iI.


The G.M.A.M. made a visitto
the Queen of South Council
No. 15 recently, with Sister Full Banking Service } .r rr'

Johnny Mae Hill,Royal Queen. NOW PLAYING

Matrons attending this meet- DRIVE-IN THEATRE With Hours Tailored
ing were Sister Lurleen r'' kM} c
Hepburn, Queen Esther's I ,0 r
Court No. 305; Sister Leola To Fit Your
Thompson, Progressive No.
44; Sister Estelle Beason,
Hiram No. 88; Sister CarrieL. Convenience r
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31; Sister Vinnie Hargrate,

Hills Progressive; Elvin Les- 1 Ksi 1' ,t .,rr, FULL BANKING FACILITIES r ,1X'.'
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ter, M. S. Dean No. 79; Ethel ,
Johnson, Free Town No. 33; OPEN MONDAY THROUGH
Zessie Tucker, Zessie's FRIDAY FROM 9:30 A.M. TO
Court No. 110; Sister Louise ; 1r ti' 2:00 P.M. AND ON FRIDAY

Rolle, Emmanuel No. 62; Sis- EVENINGS FROM 5:00 P.M.
ter Theo. Claire, Mr. Sinai
''rhtiy. UNTIL 8:00 P.M.
Court No. 5; Sister Bertha f rrxs'

and Brother Andrew Roberts, OPEN ON SATURDAY FROM Teller Trainee
Joshuas representing New
Providnece No. 129, and many 8:00 A.M. UNTIL 12:00 NOON Came to Lincoln I from Miami

Heroine and Heroes were FOR THE FOLLOWING BANK Jackson High in Sept. 1965 asa
there to greet Grand M.A.M. TRANSACTIONS ONLY: DCT trainee. After graduating
Lula Johnson, a visitor of our '9.
city. RECEIVING OF DEPOSITS in 1966 he remained with the ,

CHECKS CASHED FOR BANK bank as a fulltime teller trainee
The Grand Master honoredthe Y
gathering with his pre- CUSTOMERS and is ready to serve you from

sence. Much Information was RECEIVING LOANPAYMENTS 8 a.m. each morning at the con-
gained during the question and venient Drive-up Window.
answer period. ELp

ther Other Charles visitors Dean,were worshipful Bro- Vanessa Redgrave Lincoln Is Your Bank. Use if/

master o f New ProvidenceBlue David Hemmmgs Sarah Miles
Lodge, Jordan Dawkins,
Sister May Woods, Sr. M.A.M. I Recommended for Mature Audis s
Brother Howard Hearst, Dis-
trict Deputy,Royal Arch Bro- '
ther K. E. Woods, W, Joshua 1 hot number [1- ]
Court No. 44; Brother C. P. \ EUZABETH TAYlOR First fully integrated bank lit the entire Southeasi-
and right here in the Edison Financial Center
Brantley, Royal King O
Heroine Blanche Carey,Rose- COLOR \> 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue a Phone 7394431IIIf
mary Renolds and Nina Ander- FDDIE FISHER \

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Carver ranch YMCA Starts Annual

Summer Day Camp Program

y "The Carver Branch YMCA Choral Music, Arts and Participation in the programis
4 fp will start Its annual Summer Crafts, Photography, Gym- open to all youngsters in the
1 { Day Camp Program on June nastics, Judo and Fencing,and Dade County area. The cost of
19. Registration for the pro- many others. Several presen- enrollment will be $5.00 per
gram starts June 12.The suc- tations by student performersin week for the eight weeks of the
Y cess of last year's programhas the various activities are program. Non-registered

,t caused the Carver Branchto again planned for this year.An members must pay a $3.00
,' continue this year its themeof excellent staff of profes- registration fee."
"Culture Through Play." sional is being obtained for
"For further information
Activities for this year will include the program." ,
1 : Ballet, Creative and "The Summer DayCamp will contact the Carver Branch
1 Modern Dancing, Children's operate from 9.00 a.m.to 5:00: YMCA, 5770, N. W, 15th Ave.,

Theatre, Instrumental and p.m., Monday through Friday. .696-0231.


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I Mrs. Blue Gels Surprise Birthday PartyMrs. Graduate June 6

On Tuesday June 6, at 8:00 Gamet, Johnnie Gatlin, Minnie
Thomas Blue, Princi- phere of surprise and hap- in the form of a mock faculty. p.m., graduation exercises Moore, Catherine Hicks,
pal of George Washington Car- piness as the staff assembled Mrs. Blue was presented with will take place at the Ideal Grace Skouronsky, Georgia
ver Elementary School Coco- in the school library.The table 31 Kennedy fifty cent pieces by School for Training Nurse Lovett, Esther Fleischaker,
nut Grove, was feted at a surprise was adorned with a birthday her husband. A charm brace- Aides This will mark the beginning Patricia PaulArzula

birthday party byher cake and assorted flowers. let purchased by the male staff of a new career for Johnson, Rosa Koonce, Azie
male staff in the school library Numerous birthday cards was the gift presented to the men and women. Many of the Ashley, Jeffery Kent.
on May 10. The idea for the were presented. Mrs. Blue honoree. The par t y was cli- graduates are already workingas
surprise was conceived by was serenaded by her husband maxed with the guests sere- nurses aides in various June Cans, Hilda Darkins,
Daniel Robinson and coordinated with the tune of "Looking nading the honoree. In essence hospitals in the city. The guest Marie Young, Barbara Isley,
by Joshua Dove. Back." Notes of.appreciationwere it was a perfect day for speaker for the evening is Mr. Maggie Turner, Joseph Fitz-

The setting was an atmos- given by Lucious Jackson a perfect lady. Circerion, a counselor for the gerald, Euzera Ross, Frances
Reed, Paulette 1 Williams, Pictured above is Miss Eula
Back row from left to right Dept. of Education, Vacational
are: Whipple Jones, Michael Rehabilitation Division. Mary Scott, Mila Guillaume,,I M. Williams, daughter of Mrs.
B.T. Washington Seniors in Mann, Daniel Robinson, The names of the graduatesare Willie M. Jones, Ella Rozier, Alice Clarke, smiles aprov-
Jennine Thrasybule Bernice ingly after having been
I Lucious Jackson, Freddie as follows: ,
Saunders, Lonnie Ross, Thelma Ball, Peggy Stewart, Harden, Beula Denson, selected the winner of the Dade
High School "Swan Song"When Lawrence Annis, Woodard Magda ine King, Sandra Catherine Davis and Milly County PTA Council's second

aught, George Barton, and Buckley, Anna Ramirez, Paul Odne. scholarship. Miss Williams is
the 1967 graduatingclass Borota, the staff senior spon- William Stern. Seated, front a senior at Booker T. Washington
of Booker T. Washington >> sors and class extend a cor- row from left to right are: High School. She is the
High School presents its dial invitation to all BookerT. Claudius Jones, Joshua Dove, DORSEY JR. HIGH SCHOOL GIRL SCOUTS Business Manager of the

commencement, June 9, inthe Washington graduates,for- Mrs. Thomas Blue, Principaland Saturday afternoon, at 6:00 bheryl: Johnson; clarinet solo, Washingtonian and takes part
Dade County Auditorium, it mer students and teachers,all her husband Thomas Blue. p.m. troops No. 249 and 289 Carol Joseph.In in many other school activi
will mark the "end of an era" Dade County principals and of Dorsey Jr. High conducteda attendance at this program ties. Her hobbies are:Sewing,

for the school and the commu their staffs, other County per joint Investiture, rededication were: Parents of the Girl reading and dancing. She will

nity. The, program will begin sonnel, parents, patrons, relatives SPECIAL COURSES and fly-up ceremony for promptly at 2:00 p.m.Emphasizing and friends to witness FOR HIGH SCHOOL the 58 girls who are membersof man, Mrs. Littles, leaders of College and major in Nursing.
the theme: this historic occasion. And, these troops. 17 girls from Junior troop 581, Mrs. Congratulations Mrs.
"Challenge, Change andCom- the lingers onl! GRADS AT JUNIOR Williams.
memory Liberty City Elementary were Katherine Hepburn, and lead-
mitment," the entire class of COLLEGE Alston Scott, photo.
fly-ups from a junior troop ers of c a de ties troops Mrs.
Mrs. E. Williams and
approximately 200 graduates 307 into cadette troops at Dor- Myrtle Bullard and Mrs.
will participate. A special fea- Mr. Leroy Washington are co- Non-credit courses of spe- and Mrs. Julia
sey. Carolyn Joseph and Laura Bethel. Refreshmentswere Tynes, troop
ture will be pageantry inter- chairman for the commence- cial interest for high school Virginia Foust ninth graderswill served by Girl Scouts to 289. Asst. leaders are: Mrs.V. .
woven with the origin and traditions ment program. Messrs. graduates who plan to enter be joining a senior troopin all guests immediately after Walker, and Mrs. Sheba
of Booker T. Washington William J. Stirrup and Quentin college this fall will be offer- the fall. the Martin. Working along with
High S c h o o 11927-1967. L. North will be in charge of Summer program.
ed during the Termat
Girl scouts sat in a horse Leaders of the cadette troopsat these troops is Mrs. Jane
Music will be rendered by the the u s her s. No seats will be Miami-Dade Junior .
1 shoe circle, made the Girl Dorsey Jr. High are; Jones, mother of Patricia
reserved after 1:50 This
incomparable chorus of the : p.m.
North. Scout promise and recited Jones a member of 249.
school. is the last commencement,and Mercelee Adderly, troop 249, troop
their ten laws to the lightning
Principal Nicholas H. then phase-out! These Include Math review, of candles.
English review, Reading Im- -: .:.. ... .
The program consisted of the
provement, Advanced Reading
occasion given by Esther Call
Skills, Typewriting andSteno-
script (ABC Shorthand). The Prince, a song, "Winter's
three-hour classes will meettwice Here," Tyra W Y N N, Dorothy "
Williams choral CHARLESROGERS
a week for five weeks, ; reading
troops 249 and 289 solo
; piano
beginning June 19. Most clas-
ses are set for 7:00 p.m.
Fee is $10 per course, pay AT PL 1-7502
able at registration. Registerin
a Room 1123, Scott Hall,8.00 On Tuesday, May 2, our six FOR A GOOD BUY ON A
a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Monday thru members of the Honor Society PIANO, ORGAN SCOTT
Thursday. and 8.00a.m.to: did an admirable job of teaching STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
on Student GovernmentDay.
4:30 Friday. For additional INSTRUMENTS.W .
information, phone 685-4521.
Preceding this, eventful day
each of the society's members
met with the teacher of her

Miami Jackson Gets TEACHERCOUNSELORWORKSHOP choice (in whose classroom
I ; they would teach) in order to w
AT DORSEY plan the next day's lessons.
Lily Day AwardsCrippled

Reading, writing, and arith-
Chrildren's Society raised the most money, Dorsey's teachers will par- metic were never so charm-
patient Bethany Ladd, age 12, $2,335.38 followed by Miami ticipate in a Guidance Work, ingly taught as it was here at
and Mr. David S. Walker, Jr., Jackson. shop, at Dorsey Junior High, Carver by Renita Ross,a sixth
Society Vice-President were Participating for the first on Saturday June 10, at 9:30: grader who taught Mrs.
pleased to present a Lily Day time this year were students a.m., in cooperation with the Alfronia Stocker's first grade
$1,000 club award to Miami .from Mays High Miami Killian Federal Guidance i Project. class. Tanza Strachan, a sixth
Jackson High Football coach High, Northwestern High and The main speaker will be Dr. grader who taught Miss Akins'

Joe Brodsky last week. Miami Beach High. William M. Alexander, pro- first grade class,Cynthia Bel r .
Coach Brodsky accepted the Crippled Children's Society fessor at Florida State Uni linger a fifth grader who taught
award in behalf of the athletes operates the rehabilitation versity, Gainesville. His Mrs. Yolanda Johnson's second _
and other students from his center for Crippled Childrenand theme "The Teacher-A Coun- grade class, Linda I I
school who voluntarily raised Adults located at 1475 NW selor," will also include the Johnson a fifth grader who

over $1,000-$1,054.79 tobe 14 th Avenue, Miami, serving newly emerging concept of the taught Mrs. Johnnie Culmer's
exact for Crippled Children's handicapped children and "Middle School." This will second grade class 1 and

Society on Lily Day,Saturday, adults regardless of age, crip- mark the finish of a series of Beverly Strong, a sixth grader
March 4.Outside. pling condition, race, religion, workshops sponsored by who taught Mrs. Claire T.
of school time, coach or ability to pay for treatment. Dorsey this year. Whitehurst's first grade
Brodsky co-ordinated the Lily class. Classes began as usualat SELL HAPPINESS
Day event for Miami Jackson Buzz sessions will follow the
8:20 and ended at 12:00 for AMERICA'S
ANNOUNCEMENTAttention >main speaker, at which time LARGEST DISPLAY
volunteers as did football
our student teachers. The At the '
coaches from eighteen other Invincibles; ]I Mrs. Ida Ratcllff, Mrs. sponsors of the honor societyare ONLY IS.r..r..d.N.nh MINUTES FROM ANYWHIM-S.ufh ",IN r..y MIAMI

public and parochial schoolsIn classes 46 and 56,a free mem- Carolyn Jenkins and Dr. Mrs. A. Butler, chair- CORNER N.W. 54th ST. N.W.3rd AVE.
Dade County.In bership party at 8861 N.W. 18 Catherine Walton will serve as man, Mrs. F. Plevin and Miss Phone 751-7502
all, the volunteers from the Avenue, on Saturday June 3, consultants. A summary will D. Russel I. Or 2010 Biscayne Blvd. FR 1.0401 Broward 2.5131
schools raised a total of ;at 9:00 p.m. Refreshments will be i given. Guidance Project Mil DILIVIRY

$9,152.83. Miami Edison High I be served, participation is school faculties are Invited. J. K. Dove, is the reporterand IN fT.IAUD.RDALI11 n ANYWHIM t.LAS OLAS I LVD.IA U.S.A. ".
had the most volunteers and ;your obligation. Refreshments will be served. L S. Blue Is principal.

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Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Presents 158 "Buds of Spring" I

In a beautiful setting of pink resebud andgreen foliage, 158
ninth grade girls were presented In the Fourth Annual Budsof
Spring," by Gamma Delta Sigma Chapter of Sigma Gamma
Rho Sorority at the spacious Bayfront Auditorium at 8:00 p.m.
on Thursday, May 25.
This eloquent ceremony began with a prelude of music by
Billy Rolle's orchestra, followed by greeting from Soror
Eugenia Williams, co-chairman. "A Rose in the Bud" was
beautifully sung by Rhoers Eleanor Reddick and Delores Sands.
The 158 ninth grade girls,all dressed in light pink a-line dres-
ses, a string of pearls and earrings, white shoes and gloves
were presented bySorors Verneka Silva and Eugenia Williams.
As the orchestra played a melody of waltzes, each girl was
escorted by a young man attired in black tuxedo who presentedeach
young lady with a large pink tissue ball.
Presented in the form of a bud, the Buds of Spring in their
dance, "The Waltz of Spring" opened their petals as they
waltzed with their pink tissue balls. Upon completion of the '
dance each girl presented her mother or guardian a pink tis- ; ,
sue ball. The Buds of Spring were escorted down the steps by
James Lucas and James Wanza, Jr.
This annual affair features outstanding ninth grade girls
selected from all schoolsprivate,parochial and public)on the
basis of scholarship, character, and service to the communityIt
is also a national project which is designed to eliminate
drop-outs in the Junior High School.
Climaxing this occasion was the presentation of two scholar-
ships of$150 each to Miss Gloria Lanier who will be a Juniorat
Spelrnan College and Patricia Austin, a 1967 graduate of B.
T. Washington High School, who will attend Miami-Dade Junior
College. Miss Arlene Robinson Instructor of Physical Educa- J
tion at Carver Junior High was the choreographer; Mr. WilliamJ.
Stirrup, Director of Student Activities at B. T. WashingtonHigh
School, was in charge of excorts. Soror Verneka Silva,
chairman and Basileus presided.The evening was one that will Bullard, Corliss Burkes, Paula Bentley, Patsy Bridgewater, Beverly Dunn, Ophelia Davis, Nadeen Davis, Judy Davis,
be long remembered by the 1,200 parents, "Buds of Spring," Shirley Byron, Rondrea Barry. Karen Demeritte, paulette Edwards, Pamela Eptrlam, Daisy
and friends who attended, and enjoyed the presentation and Emma Boswell, Stephanie Bullard, Deborah Bell, Louvina Evans, Lorraine Evans, Audrey Ferguson, Gloria Frazier,
dancing. The following ninth grade girls were presented: Butler, Patricia Ann Burroughs, Brenda Collier,Claudette Linda Green, Beverly Gibson, Calarie Gibson, Carolyn Gray,
Shirley Adams, Nadine A 1 e x a nd e r,Deborah Allen,Bella Coakley, Myrna Copeland, Beverly Clark. hlrley Crawford, Lettle Gooding, Joan Hall, Roberta Hamilton, Yolande Hardy,
Allen, Elain Allen, Sandra Allen, Barbara Anderson, Brenda Rosie B. Carlies, Diane Coles, Lorri Culpepper, Geraldine Pamela Harris.
Anderson, Wylene AsUey,BrezettaA kin s,Jennifer Baker, Derlcho, Sharon Dyes, Regina Davis, Connie Daniels, Sharon Paula Hearst, Natalie Hepburn, Velma Hepburn, Sandra
Cherry Brown, Barbara Bain, Ruthie Mae Brut on, Bonita Devoe, Deborah Daniels, Linda Dawkins.t Henry, Deborah Higdon, Joealyn Hill, Linda Holliman,Freda
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.. Jenkins Andrea Johnson, Jacquelin Johnson,Everlin Johnson,
Olive Johnson. *ILJI_
Rosalyn Johnson, Shirley Johnson, Yvonne Johnson, Cheryl
Fi1 y', P, R tfN7hp. King, Janet King, Marie Knight, Jeanette Laws, Peggy Lee, .....
/ Tar a Catherine Lavarity, Doris Mungin, Lenora Mullins, Brenda BRING
Me Cray, Janis Manor, Janice Moseley, Beatrice Mclver,
Esther Mobley, Alice J. McCloud,Cheryl Me L e o d,Delthia
aa Martin, Cynthia McLain. RESULTS"Any
Alice Mattison, Linda Moultrie, Alberta Newklrk,Janice
Olllff, Yvonne Owens, Debra Parris, Mary Parris, Linda
\./- Pearce, Johnnie Mae Perkins, Gertha Lee P o i 11 e r, Fleta wh.r. In the world
\ Poltier, Karen Powell, Sylvia Porter, Sandra Prophet, Rose you want to go"carr
Reeder Angela Robinson,Sharon Robinson,Carolyn Ross,
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Kathy Saunders.

Tangela Shipp, Delores Shepherd, Antionette Silva, Sharon
Simmons, Molly Skinner, Valorie Sloan, Alfreda Smith,
Claretta Smith, Shelia Spicer, Linda Squire, Patricia Stevens, 7Z4KL 6UK!AU
Brenda Staple ton, Sharon Stevens, Veronica Swindle, Mytis "Your Neighborhood Troy
Swanson, Dorothy Swindle, Marsha Taylor, Maureen Taylor, Aunts"
M Renee Thompson, Sandra Thompson.
Eddrest Thurston, Dorothy Trimble,' Iris Troy, Darlene A* near to you as yourtoUphono. ,
Turner, Linda Vickers, Adrienne Wallace, Bernice Ward, Ctv v> a call.
Utivor. 1104 NW 3rd
: Deborah Wells, Martha Ann Welters, Virginia Whitfield,Althea Av. FR 9-84S1. Cho C.
Williams, Cynthia Williams, Debra Ann Williams,Lewis Dean North, Mauger.THE .
dY Williams, Socya Williams, Vera Williams, Deborah Wilson,
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I Infant Sarah Marie Ford, Mrs. Katie Mae Kendrickre- j

t CARDS MEMORIALS I DEATHS I d 3255 Douglas Road,Apt 5, died siding, at 150 N. W. 13th Street ''I
May 24. Graveside serviceswere died Tuesday May 25,in Jack- ."
held from Paradise son Memorial Hospital. She is ,
r.} Memorial Monday morning. survived by a husband, Eddie; ,;

IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe Her survivors are parents. one son Bobby; three sisters,

I .. ; Mesdames, Bertha Mills, I

In loving memory of our family of..the late. family of the late Mrs. (.. 'it"i ,:, Joel Hopkins, 2406 N.W. 43 Sarah Brown, Annie Ware; I'i.I'I"J'.I
beloved son, --"'" -.- Beulah C. Savage who expiredon ;. Street, died May 24. Services mother Mrs. Mellie Britt;one "
May 17, 1967 in Madison, '/i#:;;, were conducted from the adopted daughter Altermese ;11

Florida wishes to express chapel Monday evening. Re- Barbara; one brother; George ".1
a7, thanks to the many friends for 'i mains; were shipped Tuesday Britt. Funeral services will be '

cards of condolences, flowers 1:40 p.m., to Macon, Georgiafor conducted Wednesday May 31,
a and many other acts of kind- final rites and burial. His at 2:00 p.m. in the Church of

ness during their hour of sor- survivors are wife, Ida Mae; God In Christ Written In Heaven -

row. one son, Donald; Mother, Mrs. residing at 1740 N.W. 3rd
The children, Margie L. Pender Hopkins; three sis- Avenue

Savage, Mary E.Savage, Mes- ters, Mesdames Annie Mae
dames Beulah M. Chester, MICHAEL RAMBO Glowers, Grace Stewart, Mrs. Ella Banks residing, at

,. Edna C. Honeywell, RebeccaE. Roberta Bloom; six brothers, 125 N.W. 10th St., died Mon-

.{ McCray, Isaac S. Savage, who passed May 31, 1966. Lewis, Jr., Ralph, Matthew, day May 29 in Jackson.Memorial -
,;. Timothy O. Savage. The rose still grows beyondthe George, Williams, Deacon Hospital. She is survi-
... i
.. wall. Grant Hopkins. ved by one grand-daughter
',:\. +,-it'\ ". "I = ,','''I[ Just as it did in days of yore Mrs. Lowell Hickson;one sis-

RYA.,j'I.,, M.h.ll\- : .:N MRS. MABEL, E. HOLMES CARD OF THANKSThe Just as it did on the other side, Mrs. Willie Mae Lane, 1361 ter Mrs. Mary Plangers of Albany -
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Just as it will forevermore.We N.W. 61st Street, Apt 40, died Ga.; one brother Eddie

ERNEST L. DAVIS family of the lateMRS. all love you Michael, but May 23. Services were con- Lee Wars of Winter Haven.
wish to express their deepest ._--- God loves. you best. Sleep on ducted from the Liberty City Funeral services will be held
who departed this life June 2, gratitude to many friends and and take your rest. Chapel Monday.Her survivorsare Saturday June \at2:00p.m..'
their kindnessand
neighbors for
1960. \ husband, John; three at Richardson chapel.
You are not forgotten loved sympathy during our re- Mr. and Mrs. Rosbie Ranbo, nephews.

one, nor will you ever be as cent bereavement. 1;,. .. ,. M.. parents James L. Williams residing,

long as life and memory last, May God bless and collectively.each of you individually ?( .., Shirley and Brenda Rambo, Mrs. Ruby Perry, 2151 N.W. at 1281 N.W. 61st Street, died

wewill remember thee. Your sisters 6th Place, died May 26. Ser- Sunday May 25th at his local
loving smile, your gentle face'no and '.1 Linda Gary, niece vices were conducted Monday residence. Funeral servicesare
Cora family
one can fill your vacant L. Manning Mrs. Irene Spikes, from the Saint John Baptist Incomplete at this time.

place. grandmotherMrs. Church. Remains were ship-

Gone but not forgotten, May IN MEMORIAM JosephineStrachangod- ped to Washington, D. C. for
he rest in peace. : ,..... mother. final rites and burial.Her sur- RANGE. .
rA" .. .
Elease Wilkerson, mother, In sad but loving memory of \, '. vivors are husband.Clarence:
Leonard E. Davis, father, re- our beloved sonDARRELL one brother.
latives and friends. : : J CARD OF THANKSWe Donald Griffin of 1735 N.W.
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.1 1 the family of the latei4 Willie Brown, better known as 83rd Terr died on Saturday,
0 j"Geech" died May 23. Ser- May 28. He is survived by a

CARD OF THANKSWe REMILDA vices were conducted from the wife, Leola; two daughters,
RUTHERFORDwho Chapel Wednesday. Remains Darlene and Elaine;three sons

are profoundly grateful to were shipped on Thursday to Donald, Terry and Andre; a
died on May 9, wish" to sister, Mae Ella Burns;a bro-
the many friends who so Charleston, S.C. for final rites
thank the neighbors and ther, John and many other re
gracefully extended the num- and burial. His survivors are
erous methods of expressions friends for cards, telegrams, wife, Irene. latives. Funeral services will
during the passing of our loved floral pieces and other tokensof be conducted on Saturday,June

one, the late I synpathy during their Johnnie Gamble, 2969 N.W. 3, at 11:00 a.m. in the Chapel.

1 1I bereavement. Special thanksto !51st Street, died May 26. His
I the officers and members of Willie Dennard, of 2903 N.W.
1J I survivors are parents; two
Freewill Baptist Church, the II IC I sisters. Arrangements are incomplete 64th St., died on Sunday, May
-. -,----- J Revs. J. L. Johnson, Ernest C at this time, but will 28. He is survived by his wife,

COX 1 Williams, L. A. Thompson,H. I In. &: announced over local news Ethel and many other rela-
]Brown, William Tynes, A. it a later date. tives. Funeral services will
who died May 29, 1965. ]Moss, H. Dean and the Range be conducted on Thursday,

Sweet are the memories that 1 Funeral Home. n. Arthur Logan, 1929 N.W. 71 June 1st, at 2.00: p.m. In the

never fade of one we loved,but Street, died May 27. His survivors Chapel. His remains will be
n cold never save. Always in Rev. Adam Rutherford are wife, Florence;two shipped to Tifton,Georgia, for

our hearts. husband sons, Thomas Jackson, Leroy final rites and burial.
Rene Miller, mother; Archie Mrs. Esther Munnings Jackson
; one daughter
Cox, father; two sisters; one daughter Dorothy Logan; two sisters, Bruce McCartney, a studentat
brother and grandmother. Livingston Munnings Mesdames Pearl Logan, Carol City Junior High
who departed this life May 3, ?
son-in-law wish to express our sincere Juanita Chllsom. Arrange- School, of 3960N.W. 187thSt.,

CARD OF THANKSWe thanks to the many friends and ments are Incomplete at this died recently. He is survivedby
his parents Mr. and Mrs.
time. ,
the family of the late CARD OF THANKSWe neighbors for their floral Robert Brinson and other re-
pices, telegrams, cards, con-
MRS. MATTIE LEESTEVENSwho ERICA R. GOINS dolences in o u r hours Meldon L. Hill, 1900 N.W. 3 latives. Funeral services will
of bereavement. Special Court, Apt. 1, died May 26.His be conducted Saturday,June
and the of the late
passed May 16, 1967. DARRYL H. HOWARD thanks to the Rev. P. W. survivors are parents; one 3rd, at 5oo; p.m. in the New

Even though words are inade- CALVIN B. ROGERSwho Wiggins, members of Antioch son; one brother; grandmotherand Bethel Baptist Church.

quate to express it and the who departed this life May 6, Baptist Church, Rev. W. M. grandfather; uncles,
names are too numerous to aunts. Arrangements incomplete James C. Banks of 6533 S.W.
1967, take this method of ex- departed this life May 13, Macon, Rev. W. C. Ivory,also are -
mention but we do sin- at this time but 60th Ave., South Miami, died
say, pressing our sincere and deep 1967 wish to express sincere the Range Funeral Home for will
cere thanks to each of you for be announced later.FRANCIS. recently. There will be no local -
their the Lord
gratitude to the many rela- thanks to our many friends and courtesy. May
His remains
varied methods of re-
your tives, friends and neighborsfor neighbors for their kindness bless and help you all.
membrances.May were shipped on Wednesday,
their cards telegrams during our hour of bereavement -
May 31st to Cordele Georgia
God bless and keep ,
you, Mrs. Vessie Cason
floral tributes and other We shall always remember -
for it was through him that where final rites and burial
thoughtful expressionsare thoughful deeds of kindness with deep gratitudeyour and family will be conducted.
yor during our hours of bereave- contorting expressions of Mrs. Elizabeth LaRonda, of
extended. Special
ment. sympathy, even though words 446 N.W. 11th St., Apt. 4, died
Manker Funeral Home for
We wish to extend special are inadequate to express it May 26, at her home. Funeral Erroll Smith of 144240 N.W.
service well
Ernest Stevens rendered.husband thanks to the Opa-locka, and the names are too numerous IN MEMORIAMIn services will be held SaturdayJune 23rd Pl., died on Monday, May

Children, Phyllis Wheat ley, Rainbow to mention, we do say 3, at 2:30 p.m. at the 29. He is survived by his par-
Park Elementary Schools, thanks to Rev. W. K.Smith and loving memory of Church of God of Prophecywith ents, Mr. and Mrs. Farley and
and Isaac
Mr. Mrs. Thompson 1
Greater New Bethel Baptist congregation and to Mrs. brother Mims, pastor of Hilda Stevenson; a sister,
parents Church of Opa-locka and the Range and her staff. ficiating. Remains will reposein Dorothy; a brother Thomas;
Jennie Miller Alma
House of Albert Funeral the chapel beginnig at 3:00 two uncles, Rubin Hastie and
and Annie Ruth Dickerson Wife
Myrtes Rogers mother
: ;
Home. p.m. on Friday until 1100pm. Orient Bowe; and a host of
sisters and family Ethel Rogers and family.
May God continue to bless you ; Remains will repose at her other relatives. Funeral arrangements -

is our prayer. home beginning 6;30 a.m. Saturday are incomplete.

CARD OF THANKSThe until Funeral time Saturday -
Eternally Grateful, IN MEMORIAMIn afternoon. Survivors Mrs. Annie Thomas of 7425N.

family of the late the Howard and Collins rr include, one daughter, Mrs. W. 17th Avenue Apt 6 B, died
Families R Olive Newbold; two sons, Gus on Monday, May 29She is sur-
LILLIAN AMANDA PRATT loving remembrance of my Rutherford and John LaRonda; vived by a daughter, Mrs. Ida
dear husband
wish to express sincere five grandchildren; 18 great Strain and other relatives.

thanks to the many friends and IN MEMORIAMIn KENNETH grandchildren and a host of Funeral arrangements are in-
neighbors for their cards, sad but loving memory of other relatives. complete.

telegrams, floral pieces and our dear father and grand- who departed this life June 4,
other kind deeds, during their father, 1966.
hour of bereavement. Words

cannot express our gratitude MR. JAMES DELANCYwho
of appreciation. God called him to heaven to RACHEL JANE REEVES LINCOLN MEMORIAL CEMETERY

Special thanks to Father departed this life June 1, take his rest. For here on who departed this life June 6,
earth he had done his best.He
4 Funeral 1954.
Cooper, Range 1963.
Home, American Legion Aux- Where the weary are at rest went through trials and stood Rest eternal grant unto her 3001 NW 46th Str.t NE 4-4197
forever the test, yes, he had gone to
: iliary No. 165. more. Oh Lord, and may light perpetual -
; AliceEvansMarieMcKinney Henry, Jack, and John heaven to take his rest. shine upon her. E. JOHNSON, Manager OX 19199r

Olga Morley and Delancy, sons:; Hilda Delancy
' Carolyn Davis. Henry, daughter. Frances Revels and family The family


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RANGE Mrs. Sylvia McPhee of 1273N.
W. 51st Terr died on Fri-
Mrs. Alice R. King, of 1190 bay, May 26. She is survivedby
N. W. 51st Street, died on May four daughters, Ethel
25. She is survived by three Davis, Fannette McPhee,
r daughters, Mesdames, Maggie Linda Jones and Marsha
Days, Geraldine Lowrie and McPhee; a son, Anthony; six
Mary Parker one son,Kermit grandchildren; three bro- '
Reaves of Rifles, Georgia; ten thers, Prince Hepburn,Vernal
i grandchildren and many other Pratt, and William Seymour; r tlM k e I p l
relatives. Her remains were and man yother relatives.
shipped on Sunday, May 28th Funeral services will be con-
to Rhine, Georgia, where final ducted on Saturday, June 3, at 14 ir5F .;1{ +
rites and burial were conducted. 1:00 p.m. in the Metropolitan
A.M.E. Church.

Sol Smith of 2252 N. W. 51 )i, ,

Street, died May 25.He is survived Mrs. Effie Jane Sancho, of .
1228 N. 67th Street L c .?'IA Lh ,+ ?4
by a daughter Mrs. W. ,died on i +: s
Annie Walker; three sons, Saturday, May 27. She is sur-
Leonard, Leo, and Solomon; vived by a husband,William;a itjflj (
sixteen grandchildren: and son Robert Ramsey;a mother,
many other relatives. His remains Mrs. Mamie Shaw; two bro- iRkr...Nwl'I
were shipped on Friday thers, Willie and Charlie; +
night to Buena Vista,Georgia; three sisters, Ethel Thompson a '
where final rites and burial Rosa Williams and Lola Y 5'I
i were conducted. Curry; many other relatives.
Funeral services will be
Arnold Strachan of 1421 N.W. con-
bucted on June 3 at
71st Street Apt 5,died May 25. Saturday, ,
300 in the Church Of ?
He is survived by a wife, Emily
a son Linwood and daughter,
Mrs. Willie Mae Duncombe of RIB, I /
Detroit, Michigan;four grand- Willie Smith of 2331 W. 5th c5 A
children and many other rela- Avenue, died on Monday, May
tives. Funeral services will be 29. He is survived by a son,
conducted on Thursday, June Mr. Frank Griffin; two grand-
1, at 4:00: p.m. in the chapel. children; a friend, Mrs. Liza I
Mae Sails and many other re-
latives. Funeral services will
Mrs. Lauvenia Butler of 2990 be conducted on Friday, June

N.W. 66th Street,died on Wed- 2, at 5:30 p.m. in the Chapel. FAMU OPENS COED DORM A live unit complex for the housing both girls
nesday, May 24. She is sur- and boys will be occupied for the first time w'ten students begin registration for the
vived by her parents, Mr. and CLASSIFIED ADS
Mrs. Henry Butler, Sr.; four Evan Mency of 1901 N. W.85 third trimester at Florida A&M University. The coeducational dormitory is completely- ;
brothers, Leroy, Mackey of Street, died recently. Hels air'conditionedand is equipped, with outlets in each room for telephones. Boys and DING RESULTS
Philadelphia, Henry of survived by a son. Isaac girls will have two units each with the fifth unit being for recreation. -. FAMU staff
photo by Ernest Fillyau.
Oklnowa and Madison of Andrews; a brother, Romma
Pinesville; an uncle, Lazarus Mency and many other rela-
Wright. Her remains were tives. Funeral services were
shipped Friday, May 26 to conducted on Saturday,May 27
Pinesville, S. C. at 10:00 a.m.RECEIVES. Y Help Fight The War on PovertyIf

Mrs. Ann Watson, of 775 NW a job is open where you work have your
41st Street, died recently.She ) J employer or yourself call one of your Neigh..
is survived by her husband L. BEST
borhood Centers.
D.; two brothers, R. B. and ot." ; ,....,..... ,
Thornton Williams; a sister, r. Downtown C. Dent 377-0525
Essie Grace Thompson; a 1
niece Mary Lewis; a sisterinlaw Winner of FSU award- & ; Brownsville S. Hutcheson ,635-8435
Mary Williams. Her Gladys Perry, Florida A & M 1I ;:: Liberty City C. Sutton 696-4350

remains were shipped to Val- University speech and drama ,. Coconut Grove I. Readon 445-5387
dosta, Ga. on Friday, May 26. major from Miami, received ':',.
....$ r. Perrine F. Bowe 238-5771
the best actress award for her +
Henry Davis of 15640 N. W. Catherine Homestead L. Rahming 238-7081
performance as Dale Ambrose, of 14221 N. munity. Among other things,
158th Street, Op-locka, died Creek in "The Grass Harp"at W. 23rd Place, is the daugh- she collects funds for Muscular Opa-locka D. Irving 681-4683
recently in. a local hospital.He Florida State University.Miss ter of Mr. and Mrs. Grafton Dystrophy Cystic Fi- OR CALL
Is survived by a wile,Rosie Perry was presented the 0. Ambrose; attends Msgr. brosis and the Leukemia
Bell; a fosterson Herman awards at the University Edward Pace High School,and Foundation. Dale does all ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY PROGRAMINC.
Simmons; a cousin, Mary Theatre's annual awards ban is a prospective debutante. In these things to prove to her 395 NW First St., Miami, Fla.J. .
Murphy; and many other re quet. At FAMU, Miss Perry the above photo you see her community that she is readyto McArthur or W. Latimore
latives. Funeral serviceswere has appeared in such dramasas reading a story to a sick boyat be presented into society.
held Monday, May 29, at "Comedy of Errors" and Opa-locka General Hospitalthis Next fall Dale plans to attend Job Development
200 p.m. in the Greater New "A Raisin in the Sun" with the is one of the many good Howard University and take up 377-8601 Ext. 113
Bethel Baptist Church. FAMU Playmakers Guild. deeds Dale does for her com Nursing.

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TEMPLEThe New Bethel Fifteenth Annual EBENEZERRev. t

A. D. Hall, Sr., pastorE.

Lord's Supper will be administered Women's Day Observance Ingram, reporterThe
during the mornini Ninety-Seventh Annual
and evening services on Sunday Session fo the Florida Annual
For five months we worked Sutton ofDania, our morning
and the choirs will sini and planned for our women's speaker, and Mrs. Carolyn Conference of the Methodist FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST

ST. MARY'S. W.M. Jointly. day celebration. We were ably Sheffield of Opa-locka, our Church will convene at Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor
The people are Bethune-Cookman College,
young months two evening speaker.We .
led during these by
Lee Carr reporter
Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor preparation fortheobser, very competent, Christian wo- want to thank all group Daytona Beach, June 74 llth. Sis. Ruby ,

Mrs. A. E. Bethel, reporter vance of Children's Day, the!, men, Mrs. Wilene Robinson, captains for their faithful The pastor and delegates, Mr. thanks to our well wish-
second Sunday in June. They Fuller and Mr. JamesE. Many
thanks and con- W. H.
chairman and Mrs. (Katherine work. Special
Oo SundayJune4allgraduates will have full charge fo the, Smith co-chairman. gratulations are due Mrs. Martin will leave during the ing friends who has been help
and their friends of our morning services. .thetday week to be in attendance. The ing in our Building Fund
church will worship with us for Activities for Men's Day art i, Sunday had looked, May forward to with Pastor's Aid Board is sponsoring Members please get your
their commencement ser progressing according to I: we It was the a bus to the conferencefor name on the new church roll
vices. The graduates are;: plans. All the captains have I great of anticipation.spiritual feast. the Sunday morning services by paying your dues so that we
day our
Theophllus Adderly, Jr.,, been named and each one is. round trip fare is may obtain your new address.
Our devotions, both morning
Peggy Anderson, Barry taking his responsibility seri. $12.00. Mrs. Isabella Francisand This will have to be done be-
McCray, and Gregory ously. Along with chairmai] Mrs. Margaret Clark have fore the end of June so get busy,
Sweeting. Our special congratulation Deacon G. E. Hepburn and co.. tickets for sale. Sunday our pastor is expected
to Peggy Anderson for chairman Deacon A. J. Hanna, Rev. Hall has closed out his to preach morning and
becoming one of the 196' they believe that there is n< reports for another successful evening sermons we invite you
Debutantes. Communion will limit to what teamwork can d< year as pastor of Ebenezer In to Join us in service.
be served all day Sunday. The for their drive. The womei absent of the District Superin- Deacon Albert Lewis presi-
choir director is asking al, have pledged to back them al tendent, Rev. E. J. Sheppard, dent of choir No. 1,Sister Ruth
members of choir No. 1 and !2: the way. a who is ill in the hospital Scott our pianist and allthe
and Male chorus to present: Mrs. Zora Ferguson, wh( I Gainesville, Rev. Hall held the members wisho: to thank their
for Joint rehearsal ;)r suffered injury to her neck i District group meeting in Ft. many friends for their cooperation
at the musical
June 1, at 8:00 p.m. a traffic accident a few week! Pierce, Saturday, which was
Usher Boards No. land hrE t ago, was able to attend ser largely attended The mem- quet Saturday night.
working very hard toward th! vices Sunday morning. WI ----- -- bers are wishing a speedy recovery Special thanks to Deacon and
Baby Contest. wish for her and all the sic l I It MRS. KATHERINE SMITH for Rev. Sheppard Sister Isaac EtheridgeandSister -

We were very happy to have t continued recovery. Elizabeth Johnson who raised Congratulation to the seniors Anne Laster who made us
Brother Willie Davis worshij the highest amount among the who are graduating from various so welcome at their beautiful

with us at our morning servic May 27. Brother Davis is a --' Katherine .Jackson, our for Let us not forget the sick and Our deepest sympathy to Sis-
member of the Armed Force:I Rev. B. L. Turner, pastoiR. % MRS. WILENE ROBINSON mer queen, graciouslycrowned shutins.On ter Elizabeth Barber in the'
and is now serving in Washing.. M. Harrington, reporte!rand evening were led byt Mrs. Johnson queen of last Sunday the Annual loss of her uncle in Sanford.

ton D. C. This Sunday will be the firs t Christi n women. Our choir, Greater New Bethel Baptist Men's Day was launched,with Get well wishes to all of our
St. Mary's Kindergarten will!, Lord's day in June,and we wit:I under the direction of Mrs. Church for 1967 68. Mr. Eugene Francis to serveas sick.
hold its graduation exercise: be thankful to see another' Evelyn Tharpe, sang out of the This women's day celebra- chairman. Mr.Lloyd Brown Come to church and have your
at the church on Friday, June Communion with this grea'depths of their souls. Mrs. tion will be historically knownas and Mr. Williard Hart, co- faith lifted.
2, at 8:00 p.m.The public is in.. Christian family. Pastor' Tharpe had taken our theme: one of the most successful, chairmen, committees and
vited. Turner will bring both messages -1 "Christian WomeninUnity both spiritually and finan captains,. states this year's HOLY TEMPLE
Let us continue to pray an
visit all our sick and shut-ins,. our minds and hearts tc<(> special song for the occasion. was in excess of five thousand witnessed at Ebenezer. Rev. E. Talmadge, pastor
Always remember you are always .. accept the divine leadershl]> Among our Invited guests who dollars.
welcome to visit with St. it Jesus Christ. were, on hand to prepare: and Hats off to our chairman and The Holy Temple Missionary I
Mary's, the friendly church. Remember to pray for the I serve the feast, were two co-cha i r m a n 'for a job well Baptist Church wish to extend
sick and bereaved families!; forceful speakers Mrs. M. M.+ done. GRACE PRESBYTERIAN great thanks to Sister Thelma

everywhere. Howard and S i t Isabell
s e r
Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor
SHILOH WOMEN DRAKE MEMORIAL congratulations to the Davis, Easter Stars No.4,and

RAISED $3,244.82 Folk to Address St. John Boards of Deacons and Ushersfor various church choirs, members
Rev. Jarlus W. Dunn pastor the excellent and friends. Thank you
Rev. A. M. Griffin, pastor family night
Sis. C. M. Myles, reporter Church 51st program of last Friday even- for the love and Joy you broughtour
Christian women living the Many thanks to all of our ing; and also to the senior high Women's Day.
life and keeping the faith.With friends who made our firs fellowship-for its fine programof Sister Maggie. Laughlin is I
this theme Mrs.Athalie RangeR i By Rev. Joseph E. S. Ray Philadelphia, Pa., in May, pastor and church's anniversary Sunday evening. Also, the now Miss Holy Temple, in
1968. a spiritual and financial adult choir presented ade- which she raised the highest
The Rev. W. A.Curry, youthful Mrs. Cliffornia J. Ross will blessing. lightful tea last Sunday after amount of funds.We thank you,
pastor of St. John African be'the guest soloist. The Hon noonjandtheSundayafternoonChildren's; and may God richly bless you.
Drake memorial will never
Methodist Episcopal Church, orable Clyde Taylor, Mayor of Bible Class is Sister E. Goldware, is pro
the friends who an
6461 S. W. 59th Place South forget
South Miami who presented a coming along well. gram chairman.On .
Miami announced today thai helping them to carry oni a
proclamation Sunday, at the June 4, the Holy"Temple
the Honorable Jack A. Falk mission for God'sktngdom,
anniversary observance of the The pastor is happy to be back Baptist Church accompaniedby
Circuit Court Judge, will be i may these friends be forever from his to Port
ten-day trip
Stewardess Board,No. 2, at St. the First Baptist Church
the guest speaker at the ban 1 John, setting May and June as blessed. land, Oregon, where the gen BTU will render a program
quet commemorating the 51st the 51 st Anniversary of st.John's The pastor and his wife thank eral assembly met. The trip sponsored by the Young Adult
anniversary of the founding of: AME Church and askingall the pastor's aid and all mem was both educational and in. Willing Workers Club of the
St. John AME Church. The affair South Miami to cooperatein bers of the church for the donation spirational.We Mount Pleasant Methodist
will be in the Students Un-
R r their observances, will be ), given them on Sunday; Church 2010 Lincoln St., Opa-
ion of the will celebrate HolyCom-
Building University among the guests at the speak- night. The umbrella covered locka time 3:60 p.m. On June
of Miami June 9 al munion this Sunday morning.
Friday ,
with was most unique
ers; table. money 6, there will also be a programin
8:00: p.m., Rev. Curry said,, Both the morning and the even- honor of the
.u Mrs. Ruth Williams, chairman LIBERTY CITY Sister Green, president, and ing sermons will be taken from William Mack and pastor the Rev.of
of the banquet committee reports members of the faithful wo- the first chapter of the book of queen
the 200 reservations for CHURCH OF CHRisT men's club, installed a beau- Philllppians. Mount Pleasant Mrs. Rachel

MRS. M ATHALIE RANGEour the dinner have been about sole F. L. Thompson, ministerT. tiful run to enhance our place Remember, you are always Hearst cordially, at 8:00 invited.We p.m..'Everyoneis

morning speaker electrified out. S. Holmes, reporterThe of worship. Please help them welcome at Grace. wish to thank the-Rev.

the audience. She will The Rev. Dr. Frank A. Allenof on Saturday by buying dinnersat Douglas Cook and Choir No 2
be long remembered in Shiloh 1315 N. W. 60 Street Telephone ..
Ft. Lauderdale, Miami Dis- brothers of the Florida NEW PROVIDENCE of the Greater New Bethel
years to come Mrs. Moore trict Presiding Elder; as- East Coast will hold their regular 696-1954. Baptist Church for rendering,
our evening speaker spoke sistant to monthly meeting Saturday ,
Bishop Eugene a service on May 30.
Rev. S. J.
Burney pastor
from the same theme on faith. ,
at the Golden
Clifford Hatcher St. Resident night Heights
Miss Nadine
Ernest reporter -
Murray, reporter,.
The points she brought out will Bishop of the 11th Episcopal Church of Christ, 2500 N. W. BISCAYNE BLVD. .
stay with us and keep us going: District, the AME Church; 15th Court, Ft. Lauderdale,at
all the week. Thank God for Presiding Elder t large ofthe 8:00 p.m. The Young Matrons will be

these two wonderful women, Bahama Islands Annual Con IWe are very unhappy to see selling dinners Saturday June 1
ference, will preside duringthe Brother Marcus Brinson, one is invited to worship 4th. The price is$1.00 you may HOPE WELL M. B.
Our pastors wife sister Edna devotion. The speaker will of our faithful young brothersgo at Biscayne Blvd Lutheran call for free delivery,
Griffin served refreshmentsfor be presented by the Rev. Dr. to the U. S. Army. It is our Church at the 11:00 a.m. 6811970. Rev. J. J. Sheffield, pastor
the guest. The choir No 2, Sylvester Alvin Cousin, Sr., desire that he will return homeas Worship service for June 4. Consecration for our revival Charlie Mae Mack, reporterThe
captain Sister Gussie Coleman minister of Greater Bethel, soon as possible. Pastor Polenz will preach oi meeting will begin on Monday
was crowned Mrs. Shiloh 1967 Miami AME Church, memberof The Men and Boys Better "Read and Understand"John I June 5ththroug. Friday June installation services will
by Sister Elnora Woodson who the Board of Directors of Service class will meet Saturday 53839. The Lord's Supper 9th.The begin Monday night, the fifth
was Mrs Shiloh 1966. The No. the Greater Miami Council of night at 8:00 p.m., at the will be given and shared by Lord's supper will be, of June, with the Rev. D. A.
2 choir won by raising$654.36 Churches and Ministerial As-. church. Brothers please been members of the congregation served Sunday during our Bradley and congregation pre
Our No 1 Usher Board came sociation; a member of the time. Junior Choir practice has evening worship. siding. The meeting will con
behind with 654.00 The chairman Dade County Community Relations We are exceedingly happy to discontinued for the summer, The church extends greetings: tinue through the 11th with a
Sister Marion English and I Board, and the Miami have our college students while Senior Choir practice t and congratulations to all ol r different minister and their
co-chairman Sister Christine Interdenominational Ministerial home for the summer and their will continue as usual or the 1976 graduates. congregation presiding every
Joseph wish to thank all the i Alliance, etc., who is regular vacation. Thursday evenings. We want Our consecration hour ol r night. We will close out the
committees, laymen mem. serving his tenth year as pas. "Visit the church that makes to thank all those who brought!t prayer will be held each Sun- meeting Sunday the 11th of
bers, captains, auxiliary's,I tor of Greater Bethel Miami, you feel at home." donations of clothing, etc. foi. day, at 5:00 a.m. June, with the Rev.W. K.Smith
pastor, members and friends I and is the logical choice of the The funeral of Sister Effie the Clothing Drive. About t Let us continue prayer for and congregation presiding.
for a job well done. May Got I General Conference to be Sancho will be held on Saturdayat twelve large boxes were giver I our sick and bereaved members You are cordially Iwited to attend -
bless and keep all of you. elected to the Bishopric at 3:00 p.m. away. .

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'I"f,("fI!f;' ,, Baptist Women's Council GREATERNEW MACEDONIARev.

I Held Inspring Meeting Roscoe Jackson, pastor

Willie J. Beard, reporteri
i The members of the Baptist Southern Baptist will hold it i
Women's Council met at Mt. National Convention in Miami Officials and members
Olivette Baptist Church on Beach within a few days and. especially the pastor's family
Friday evening and witnessedone she is expecting to be present.She wish to thank each and everyone
of the most inspiring and spoke of the various wo- who distributed and helped
encouraging sessions since men's day observances held to make their fourth anniver-
4 their organization year ago. by'the Baptist Churches and sary a tremendous success
The Bible- lesson was conduct.. how she tried to be present at t both spiritually and finan-
ed by Mrs.-Callie Foster and as many as possible. cially.
several ladies took a part in Rev. I. C. Mickins the pas- Special thanks to Day Spring
the discussion, after which the tor with a meanful program ol Missionary Church and Con-
house was opened for the the church was presented and gregation, Rev. W. M. Slater,
transaction of business. Dr. all offices were declared vacant pastor; Zion Hope MB Church
Irene Pratt gave the origin of and congregation Rev. Paul
,RR I p.r
rQl the Baptist Women's Council. Freeman,pastor;Union Grove
The President, Miss Marie Baptist Church and congregation
t4 Y 1k'w White, stated that she among Rev.Ralph Smith and New
w, the Local, State and National Mt. Moriah Missionary Bap-
Baptist Locally Mt. Sinai BROWNSVILLERev. tist Church and congregation,
M .I Baptist Church had elected W.M. Davis, pastor Rev. A. L*. Shipp, pastor.
Rev. Cleo'Albury as its pas- Donella Turner, reporter Total raised $816.52.JORDAN .
tor. A testimonial dinner walll

I The Senior/ Choir of Mt. Tabor singing out of the new /hymansl. On podium, left ing held Dr.in Ft.Susie Lauderdale C. Holley.,honor-It was before Baptism the is first Thursday Sunday.night All GROVERev.

toright: Pastor Brown, guest speaker Rev. Ralph and Rev. James Hendon. largely attended and four
candidates are asked to be C. H. Smith, pastor
members of the Baptist Wo- present and on time, at 7:30. Eddie L. Gilbert, reporterThe
men's Council were present. All presidents, vice presi-

NEW MT. MORIAHRev. dents, and secretaries of the chairman and the women
MT. SINAI BAPTIST different auxiliaries are askedto wish to thank the many friendsfor
meet the pastor Friday night helping to make this wo-
A. L. Shipp, pastorSis. June 2, at 7:30 at the church. men's day one of the greatest
Rev. C. Albury pastor
Souter ,
Evelyn reporterOur
Patricia Austin, reporter Business is very important. rasing. $3.158.00. We wish to
Saturday night June 3, the thank Sister Leenette Pen-
monthly conference tonight Let's not forget the Bacca- young people will sponsor a nington and Sis. Luvenia Knox
(Thursday), at 8:00 p.m. laureate services this Sunday Banquet in the church dining for the wonderful messages of
The pastor is asking all aux beginning at 10:30 a.m. Sunday room The public is cordially incouragement.To .
iliaries to please be present anc t> morning. Graduates are invited.
I are only 75 the sick we are always
make their reports.Our asked to be present at the
Come out and have a wonderful praying for you so keep the
church at 10:00 a.m. All sen- time,beginningat 8:00p.m. faith in God.chairman .
pastor's anniversary iors are invited. Don't forget This i s another effort towardour

I will be the third Sunday in this your robes. Youth Day, which willclimax Aldean Sales, Jr.,
I month. Please attend B.T.U. Ser- June 25. Doris Bailey co-chairman.
The pastor would like to thank vices starting, at 5:30 p.m. "
each one that accompanied him every Sunday afternoon. The
Estella Parrott presenting Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor on those four important dates B.T.U. is also a vital part of
I of Mt. Tabor Baptist with a new hymnal for the put* last month.Each one was a fin- our church work. Parents,

pt. ancial success. please send your children and
come on out yourselves. A.L. titter bit ;

ST. JAMES AME Let us continue our prayerltor Blackshear, director. P Keep
MT. TABOR BAPTISTThe our pastor, sick,shut-ins, Don't forget to pray for our
bereaved sick and shut-ins. America
and thosein
pastorand officers of Mt. Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastor
the Armed
Services. Beautiful.SAMPSON'S
Joseph R. Marshall, reporter .
Tabor Baptist whish to thank Visitors are always wel J
its members, friends and aux-,
illiaries for presenting to the This is the first Sunday of come.
church more than three hund- June, so lets all remember

red new ,hymnals on Sunday, Calvary. Once you've tasted FIRST BORN CHURCHElder MARKET |
May 28.Rev. the Savior's love, and have
been washed in his blood, J. R. Collier, pastor

Ralph M.Ross associate that's when heaven begins on Sister L. Collier, reporterA
pastor of Mt. Zion deliveredthe earth. Become a Christian, 1466 NW 62 ST.
dedication sermon, sub- and you'll be satisfied forever. musical program will be
Usher Board No. 2 would like
given for the Consoler Pro-
ject "The other side of dedi-
cation." to thank everyone for their cooperation gressive Saving Club, June 4, Free Delivery 696-5717
in helping with our
Mrs. Doretha Payne was the at 3:00p.m., featuring the
soloist. beach pic n i c. It was a great Consoler Sister and Brother

Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor. success. Pugh, the Bran tl y Singers,
May-ites and their chairman, Sister and Brother Wright, Ball !
Mrs. M. Johnson,wish to thank Sister Trotter Soloist,Calvin Butter Specials
you for your support last month. Travelers and others. The
HURST CHAPEL AME Choir No. 2 sends their sin- is welcome to attend the
cere appreciation to Bethel 2 LBS. BRISKET 2 LBS.
program so come one and all
Rev. W. J. Allen, pastor A.M.E. Church. Also, special and help us have a good time in BEEf
Mrs. Jean Townsend,reporterThe thanks to the Gospel Choir. the Lord we are looking for- STEW PORK CHOPS

With your help Hea verbound" ward to seeing you the admis-
Green Leaf Tea sponsored was very successful."Heavenbound". sion is free.SALTERS.
by Mrs.Geneva Brown cap- is a play LBS. FRESH *3 LBS. MEATY
tain No. 7 for worn e n' s Day dealing with most walks of life.
wish to thnk every one that This play trys to tell you that CHAPEL GROUND BEEF NECK BONES
helped to make it a success. some men will seek God, but
Mrs. Dolly Hall will enter mot find him. It will be too late., Rev. H. L. Salmon, pastor

Jackson, Memorial Hospital we They will have already have Betty Morant, reporter -tc3 PKGS. DIRR'S GOLD SEAL j*. 1 GRADE "A"
hope her a speedy recovery made their choice and their
Mrs. Lyla Cleveland will be decisions. It begs you to give Last Sunday we ended the FRANKS FRYER
leaving the city for the gradu- your life t o Christ. Don't take Men's Day program.Our guest
ation of her daughter Suvetta the chancel speaker was Dr. Kelly Jr., of WHOLE OR CUT UP

Tinsley St. Louis Missouri.Let Remember "You are always St.. Paul A.M.E. Church. We
us not forget our sick and welcome to the friendly would like to thank him and all 4 DOZEN FRESH

shut-ins. church." the others who helped to make 4 BISCUITS EGGS
our Men's Day a success.

ST. AGNES CHURCHOn There will be a meeting of the
Sunday, May 14, the Rt. Rev. William Hargrave admin- Junior Church every Fridayand 2 LOAVES KING SIZE 1 BUNCH FRESH

istered the Sacrament of Confirmation to 39 candidates pre- we are Inviting you please BREAD COLLARD GREENS
sented by the rector, Rev. Lambert Sands. attend and be on time.We are
On Sunday, May 28, the Rector's Chapter honored Mr. also collecting paint for our
Stanley Newbold with a testimonial tea. An appropriate program church. Please bring your do-
was rendered.Mr. nation to church this Sunday.Let 7I' 2 LB. BOX SMOKEDSAUSAGE 5 LB. BAG LONG GRAIN

Newbold has been a faithful layman and officiate at St. us pray for the sick and RICE

Agnes for many years.CHURCH ,shut-ins andfor the boys in the
Armed Forces.

On Sunday evening, May 14, the Rt. Rev. William Hargrave
administered the sacramental rite of Confirmation to 15 candi- 1" 88

dates presented by the vicar, Rev. A. Tyrell Dear. et'I p 12 .
A reception commemorating the 18th birthday of the churchfollowed I=F : ,
this service. Miss Leonie Adams reported $230 as a Z!
result of the party. .s' ICOLORSGRIYI'JJAa
The Episcopal Young Churchmen last week had a car-wash,
earning-$ll that goes to the fund for building a new Jamaica .t
Church. These young people have already contributed $25 to r

the project. Congratulations.

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". .,.. .. ..... .... .... "Ift'e... Mrs. Wood Named Snlaiil
tl. I'
..... Irowlrd Teacher of the Year
.D".E.RDALE I Sport Scene
LAO Sun I and Park Elementary audience sang the ever lovely,
County'sUCLA / School honored their teacher Let Me Call Sweetheart."
'iir of the year recently The 1967 Mr. D.Wormackoffer-
honoree was Mrs. Delores ed an original poem, "A Por-
The mood for most of Lauderdale this last week was Intune Pelham Wood,third grade tea trait in Poetry" Mrs.Maggie

with cheerful weather and the hint of the approaching holiday. LEADS INTRA LEAGUEU cher. The occasion was given Black sang the beautiful OnlyA

There was however, a touch of nostalgia and some sobering C L A HeadedbyCurtis Lockhart,Larry Lewis and Walter by Cheryl Woods, Mrs. Eula Rose." Presentations of 12
reflection at Walker Elementary School and at Saint John's Oliphant took over first place intheintraboys basketball. Mosby and Mr. Lewis long s t e m American Beauty
Methodist Church as Mrs. Ernestine Lois Pettis and Rev. C. gue by downing the Celtics and The Tigers.UCLA now havea Striggles sang ever popular, presented the teacher of the
R. A. Banks respectfully said goodbye to former surroundingsand "Because." Mrs. Bernice plaque.In .
record of 10 wins against 3 losers. In second place Is the year
old friends. Mrs. Ernestine Pettis retired after 24 yearsof Tigers with a record of 8 wins and five loses.. The Tigers are Carter gave the Biographical
service and Rev. Banks after ISyearsof pastorial duties at sketch Student Council mem- with Governor
led by Gay Walker, Larry Wiggins and Joe Lewis. The Celtics ; keeping
Saint John. The weekend began on a light note with the spark nailed down third place, their outstanding players are Hubert bers: Jessie Milton, Donna Claude Kirk's all out campaignto
:ling Dance Festival presented by the Northwest School of Dance Lockhart, Jeffery Miller and Brister WImbs. Woodard, Clara Lovett,James boost the use of Florida
which glittered like a Jackie Gleason first night. Thomas, Jacquelyn Shellman, products this day was also a

LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL SEASON OPENS ATSUNLAND and Thajuana Goven followed Florida Products Day, honor-
Each of the 21 numbers were performed in bright costumes. PARK with "An Apple For Our Teacher Ing all priclpals In the state.

Most of them were made by the parents who make up the Bal Little League Baseball action got on the way last week at ." Class 4A gave a tribute "Hats off to our principal"was
let Chapter of the YDer Cultural Horizons Society under the Sunland Park with twelve teams competing eagerly.Three with poetry and flowers. The a tribute to Mrs. Susie H.
chairman ship of Mrs. Rose Merritt others were rented. Our baseball leagues are organized at Sunland; the Knee Highs, Wormack, principal Sunland
hardiest congratulations to Mrs. Grayce Hansen for a grand Midgets and Jackie Robinson league.The following teams com Park Elementary School. The
show. Our thanks to Levi Henry for filming the entire show pose the Knee-High League: Domestic Sewing Center, Ralph Reveread BalksR.tlres ;Tribute was made by one representative -
which will be a special feature of the Northwest Story to be Market, 7 hrs Laundry, and Haygood Cash and Carry. In the from each grade,
released the Public Relations Committee of the YMCA in
by Midget League; Rays Market, 6th Street Pharmacy, Burger and Mrs. Dorothy Orr, representing
October 1967. King, and Bass Brothers: Jackie Robinson league; Pepsi Cola Reverend C. R. A. Banks retires School Personnel.The
.... The Dillard High School's Sunday af Bottling Company K, P. Grocery, Daily Fresh Fish Market and from the active ministry Cafeteria Staff and manager
appropriately entitled "Music for a Sundayafternoon"wUldoubtless Mizel Funeral Home. In league action last week: Haygood defeated after sixteen years at St.John prepared a delicious meal with
head the list as one of the best programs of the cur- Several
Center defeated 7 Florida Products,
Ralph market and Domestic Sewing Methodist Church and forty our
rent season. The program bubbled with brillance to the delightof visited with and dined
Alvin guest us
hrs. Laundry. Key players were Benjamin Thomas, years In the ministry of the
retained audience who at times held
an appreciative though
and other
Evans, John Gray and Mickle Nollons. Methodist Church our principal
their applause seemingly only because it was net sure as to the The Little League Baseball standings as of the first weekof members of the faculty.

appropriate time to respond. action: The Rev. Mr. C.R.A.Banks, Among our many guest were
Haygood, won 1, lost 0; Domestic, won 1,lost 0; Ralph Mar- a native of Iowa,received his Rev. and Mrs. Grimsley, Rev.
Malcolm L. Black the director masterfully led the band in ket, won 0, lost 7 hour Laundry,won?0, lost 1; Midgets: Rays education at Clark College and and Mrs. Duncan, Attorneys
stirring selections which made the spine tingle. Facing him Market won 1, lost, 0; Burger King, won 1, lost 0; Bass Bro- Gammon Seminary in Atlanta, Alcee Hastings, George Allen
was a large aray of alert talented youngsters who looked shin thers, won 0, lost; 6th Street Pharmacy, won 0, lost 1; Jackie Georgia.He T. J. R Raw 1 s, aDd Nurse
ning and refreshingly promising in royal blue uniforms and Robinson: Daily Fresh, won 2, lost 0; Mizel Funeral Home won, Franklin.
white dresses. One of the highlights of the afternoon was the 1, lost 1; Pepsi ColaBottling, won 1, lost 1; K. P. Grocery, has served all but one of
two brief entres of Miss Brenda Brown of whom Ft. Lauderdale his In Another recent event spon-
won 0, lost 2. forty-year's ministry
should be proud. Attending in a long yellow formal Miss Brown Florida. His pastorate includes sored by the Sunland Park Elementary

kept the gay mood 01 the afternoon by selecting numbers which PEANUT HUNT churches In Cedar Key, School was the Con

were light and airy like "Summertime," love Is a many On Friday May,26, the participants at Dillard Playgroundwere Orlando, Sanford, St. Peters- versational Spanish Program
splendor thing," and the provocative lIarbanera from Carmen.It treated to a Peanut Hunt to climax the weeks activities. burg (2 differnt time of 4 and presented by grade 6A, Mrs.
was Miss Brown's short but resonance and beautiful Ger- Approximately 75 participants took part in this activity.Pre 5 years respectively) West Virginia T. Hansberry, tea
man Leider by Hugo Wolfe. Miss Brown's enunciation and diction liminary games leading up to the hunt were conducted. Larry Palm Beach, and Daytona cher.
was excellent and she was very skillful in demonstratingher Lewis led allsearches finding 16, Michael Lewis was second Beach. He served as District
wide range but lacking in stage decorum which will come with 14. Some games conducted were hot potato,scramble and Superintendent for a six year Mrs. Susie H. Wormack,
with experience. She possesses the main ingredient which is a circle number call.Next weeks special event will be a birthday term. After which he came to is[ principal and MlssSallleL.
beautiful voice. We are of the opinion that the chorus was at Stephens, Is reporter.
party. Some outstanding participants were Kenneth Covin, Ft. Lauderdale where he has
its best in "The Heavens Are Telling," from Haydon's ora
Shirley Battle and Hubert Lockhart. served as pastor of St. John
torial the Creation here the voices were challenged by one of Methodist Church until retirement
the great masters of music. We can thank all of the chorus
and the band under the direction of Mrs. Ronda Snead, AlfredA.
Sunland participants enjoyed competive games.
Pinkston and Mr. Malcolm L. Black for a delightful Sunday Happy Taw, a skillful gaine of hopscotch was one of the Other affiliations include

'afternoon. games events featured during the special event at Sunland membership in the Omega
Recent house guest of Mrs. Susie Holley was her daughter Playground, along with 'Chinese Hopscotch and newcomball Fraternity for 40 years; Boardof
Mrs. Dorothy McDaniel of Bilox, Mississippi. Mrs. McDanielis Winners of Hoppy Taw were first place,Jo Ann Striggles, Second Management of the YMCA; SERVICEMiami
being entertained by her many friends relatives here in Ft. Sharonda Bowens, third Donna Woodard. Winners of the the NAACP; the Grand Orderof

Lauderdale.The Chinese hopscotch, first Sharonda Bowens, second Esther Elks; and the American Le- .

Govan.Newcomball. gion.
Ft. Lauderdale Branch NAACP membership campaignis teams were formed from all participants with
well under way, The following persons have agreed workas Benjamin Thomas and Martha Ann Jackson captains. Martha He is a Veteran of World WarI
captains of teams which will canvas door-to-door each area Ann's Team von with a two out of three match. where he served in Francefor Times
of the community, solicits memberships from businesses, fifteen months.
and ask participation of all clubs and organizations: The captains PHYSICAL FITNESSThe
are:' Mrs. Delores Hastings, Mrs. Florence Neal,Robert Physical Fitness clinic at Walker Playground is set up We congratulate Rev. Bankson FOR All YOUR 'IIIITINC .

Roundtree, Henry Lumpkins, Rev. E. Cross, Mrs. Ethel Wells for boys and girls. his accomplishments and
Mrs. Essie Chestnut Alzen Floyd Mrs. Eula wish for him the serenity and Call 691-0421
Armstrong, Skills are being taught on the basics understanding This
Johnson, Joe Gallon, Mrs. Mary Allen, Earl Williams Mrs. understanding will aid the 1 learner in accomplishing more happiness of a well deserved
Barbara Littles, Mrs. Marvesta White, Mrs.Idetha Thompson.Each skills with body control. retirement.
captain will chose ten or more workers to help canvas We are asking more participants to come to Walker Play
his area.Some workers chosen are: Mrs. Eggleton, Mrs. Haw ground and engage In our activities set up for them. ContactMr.
kins, Mrs. Annie Davis, Mrs. Lewis, Mr. Allen. Canvassersat Mathew Sanders between the hours of 2:00 p.m. to 6:00
large include Dr. Von Mizell, CHARLES Dixon,Rev Shirle Y*.m. week days. c/asnions o
and Nathan McCray.


Most churches in the area have agreed take an active part The Elementary Boys of Lincoln Park Playground will start Beaded Gown ,* .:
in the campaign, as well as theGreekletter' organizations and their physical fitness class June 12. This program will be Special Designs ; ; rAfter .
other clubs. Members of the speaking bureau who will make every Monday and Wednesday at 11:00 a.m. five Dresses ,.
appealsat meetings; Al Hastings, chairman, Dr.Von D. Mizell, No fee Is attached to this course and will run for six weeks. (leaded Capes ',' '

William Dandy, Robert Allen, James Miutsby, T. J. Reddick, Deadline for registration is June 9, at Lincoln Playground between Beaded Sweaters "''c' \ ,?,'
Rev. Watson, Mrs. Leola McCoy, Walter Sullivan, Arthur the hours of 2.00: 6:00 p.m. Beaded Shoes 4, .
Kennedy, Allen Orr, Zeb Wright, and R. R. Rawls. The Pre Plan to be the most physical fit this summer. CustomJEWELRY ,p

sident of the local branch is Rev. S. W. George, chairman of
the membership campaign is Dr. Von D. Mizell.
The advanced chorus and the band their talents in a heart Elementary Boys and Girls, Paddle tennis'Instruction will 14 kt. Earrings
'be at Lincoln Park Playground.Classes will be held each Wednesday ; -tea ,
rendation of God's Trumbone based folk p
warming on Negro 14 kt. Pendants ,, I : r '
sermons by James Weldon Johnson. Josephus Eggleton; the I and Friday at 10:00 a.m. Cultured Pearls
Instruction will last for 6 weeks.Participants will learn such
first speaker was most convincing with his Interpretation of Earrings d
the creation. He might do well to think seriously about some'skills as foot work, forehand and backhand strokes, serve and Swinger Earrings
area In the theatre, with the movies and T. V. now opening volley. Rhinestone Earrings j,
The deadline for registration is June 6..
its doors to talented
youg Negroes. Cyrstal Earrings f 'i''
Plan now to take paddle tennis instruction.
G. P. Pendants ':y
Rhinestone Necklaces "
A Baby Contest for the benefit of St. Christopher's Episcopal 'TINY TOTS \ ( '
Church will be held on Sunday, June 4, at 5:00 p.m. There Crystal NecklacesRope ;:::',
will be a Fashion show during the course of the evening with The Tiny Tots of Sunland Park will hold it's Annual closing Necklaces '
professional models. :activities Wednesday, June 7th, at 7:00 p.m., on the patio of Matinee Necklaces
The Elks Club of Fort Lauderdale Will go mod again this I lunland Park. The theme this year is"A Visit to Story Land." Bracelets

weekend beginning on Saturday night when Mark Strong sponsors 'this[ Is a group of pre-schoolers that has been meeting at the FANCY JEWELRY ,
a Minl-Skirt Dance which begins at 10:00 p.m. So you I park> Monday thru Fridays from 11:00 a.m.to 1:00 p.m. They FOR MEN
members 01 the Jet-Set:plan to attend this affair. Estella's Sty-I engaged In Arts andCrafts,Story Telling,Square Dancing, etc.
lett Beauty Salon will sponsor a Baby Contest on Sunday after 'They are Inviting the public to see this affair. Mrs. Lilliam L. Gold Rings
noon in the Elks Lounge. The public is invited. I Deal is Directress of the program. &
Republican meeting to be held Tuesday night May 6, at 8:00 Watches
p.m., at the Northwest Branch YMCA.The meeting to be conducted I LEARN TO SWIN CLASSES Made to Order $90.00

by Mrs. Edna Holley, Committee Woman 34. A. 116 N E 42nd ST. FT. LAUDERfJALE
Lovely Little Miss Robin Grace Fye, daughter of Mr. and Registration for summer classes Is being taken at Sunland
Mrs. Robert Fye of91 N. W. 33rd Terrace Ft. Lauderdale was :I Park Pool. First cycle begins June 12, at 8:00 a.m. High school PHONE: 563-3914
crowned May 19th Miss Princess Cinderella. ::age 5:00 6:00 p.m., adult classes 6:007:00: p.m. Monday WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Robin was Miss Sunland Park Elementary attendant for 1965-t thru Friday. JEWELRY AND BEADED GOWNS

66, she will attend Nova Elementary School InAugust. Her hob Classes include: Beginners Advanc Beginners, Inter- ELIZABETH C. YOUNG PROPRIETOR
bies Include dancing and football along with many ottwB. I mediata, Swimmer, Advance Swimmers and Life Saving.



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mets with British colonial understate-
redpuggress and
blue and white hackles,the Police "Those aprons were one result ment, the Royal Bahamas Po-
Band adds a royal touch of of the British Army'soc- lice Band does it all with six,
the palace guard to the cere- cupation of I n d i a. Our drum instead of 76, trombones.
monial changing of the guardat
Government House each alternate

Saturday morning.And NEWS FROM IN AND
that's where most visitors to ;
the island fall in love with
Shutters click, kids clamber AROUHDlTHF
M *** >- PEACHES 42s$1.OO
onto parents' shoulders, and
here and there a Bahamian's

proud chest swells as Nas- Fire broke out early Sunday Cabinet has approved plans for
sau's "Finest" strut by beneath morning in the Nassau Daily 11 new schools this year,eight FRYER
a fluttering union Jack Tribune, causing thousands additional classes at Govern-
BACKS 5 k oX 49t
and bright Bahamas flag. of do'.lars in damage to the ment High School with no fees,
But as many Nassau tourist building and machinery and and massive recruitment of
has learned, ceremonial completely destroying news- teacher s. Two secondary
parades are only one of the paper supplies and materials. schools will be built in New GREEN HEADCABBAGE
Royal Bahamas Police Band's Editor-publisher Sir Etienne Providence, with one at Fox
LB. 64
fortes. Dupuch said it was "the worst Hill. Plans are also under way
Composed of amateur and fire in the 64-year history of to expand the capacity of

professional musicians -- all i the newspaper." The place Teachers College from 150 to ;." ," I, t\" ;) '
FROZEN ,,, ,,, .' '
members of the 72 man was covered by Insurance. 300 students to be trained as FRESH '' :/ >" II'" I ,,': '
Special Company of the police Tribune executives, em teachers. {,.',(, .! :::'; : : '. :; :V
CONCH I; ( \ 001J 1" .
force -- the band also t j. I
displays electricians 1 and .
\ployees, ,., ... '
., AY"j"
its talents at social gather-I builders and volunteers worker .,. ruuvftryx "rt.LONGRAIN \ ..i-'' ". ,. ..". .. ." .. 1,=,J ,"s
ings, light classical band coni i around the clock and the
certs, color guards, official ]plant was in operation Tues- CENTERVILLA
functions and on International KINDERGARTEN 4C
tours. The fire was discovered by SACK
"We've been to Las Vegas, leighbors around 5:30 a.m., 5861 N.W. 17TH AVENUE
the New York World's Fair, after they smelled kerosene CERTIFIED PERSONNEL
and we regularly tour the Bai, then saw thick smoke
hama Out Islands," said Band pouring out of the building. IBEE
Director officials PICK-UP SERVICE COMI'A E YW E
Dennis Morgan, who Fire and police KG
has spent the past eight years nade an on-the-spot investigation REGISTER NOW
building up the band's talents : and said "Arson Is not 691.1196 OR 696-3302
and reputation. "But I'd say ruled out, of course. WE HAVE THE NICEST WATERMELONS IN TOWN PRICED RIGHT11I
the oddest appearance we've Minister for Education A. D. Mrs. R. E. Copeland, Sup.
ever made: was two years ago Hanna has announced that the a CM aMiMsaaa I

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20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 2, 1967

3 Bowl Coaches to Highlight' ..':"'..,., ; ,\l\{':'\Wtd s

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Tallahassee The 23rd Southeastern Conference race future is predicted for young !
Coaching Clinic at Florida A& and Dooley won( hh first :now' Doug Dickey of the Universityof
M University' which will be game that year against Texas; Tennessee. Unranked at the
held June 12-14, will present Tech in the Sun Bowl. Last beginning of the 1966 season
three of the youngest but most year the Bulldogs ended the the Volunteers finished with a IL'! 4'4Vt' '
successful coaches in major season with a 9-1 record and 7-3 record, defeated Tulsa in y w'd '
college football. All three clobbered Southern Methodistin the Blue Bonnet Bowl, and
piloted their teams to bowl the Cotton Bowl 24-9. wound up with a rank of sev- <, k 1 t..+,
games and emerged as win- Charlie Tate's 1966 ball club enth in both the Associated r
ners, although together they had the distinction of beating Press International ratings.In + 1 t.t y'r
have been head coaches for a three teams that went on to only two years, Dickey has put
total of only eight years. play in bowl games at the end Tennessee in the national HM v. ? s s1 sX '
Vince Dooley, the young of the season. As a result, his limelight as a football powerto
coach of th9 University of 1967 ball club has already been be reckoned with in the fu- ;1
Georgia Bulldogs, hadpro- ranked as high as fifth by ture. X
bably the most successful sea- sportswriters in selecting top Other members of the.foot-
son of the three Dooley mis- teams of'61 Tate finished with ball coaching clinic staff Include -
sed a perfect season by one an 8-2-1 record. The three : Don Fuoss, assistant i
point when he lost a heart- bowl teams he knocked off included coach, Purdue University; II I I
breaker toCharlieTate'sUniversity Georgia (7-6), Univer- Doug Knotts, assistant coach,
of Miami ball club bya sity of Southern California Uinverslty of Tennessee;
score of 7-6. Dooley has beena ((10-7), andUniversityofFlorIda Erskine Russell, head defen- Florida' A&M Wins SMC' Crown :
consistent winner since tak- (21-16)). sive coach, University of
ing over at Georgia in '64. In The 1966 coach of the year in Georgia; and Jesse Heard, Tallahassee- Florida A&M was still a year ahead of sche- Orange and Green. He was a l
his first season, Georgia was the SEC is only in his third head coach of Lincoln High University's overall superi- dule. "Actually we were plan high school sensation and won
second only to Alabama in the year as head. coach but a great School, Gainesville.. ority proved to be too much in ning on 1968 as the year when the state high school singles
the Southern Intercollegiate we should be ready for the con- championship.In .
Athletic Conference tennis ference championship. The the SIAC tournament,Long
r ._ finals in Atlanta. The Rattlers fellows worked extra hardand won the championship when his
captured the singles, doubles, came through earlier i than I opponent from Morehouse de-
and team championships en- had expected but not earlier faulted. Earlier, Long had defeated -
route to winningtheSIAC title, than they had expected. Thisis opponents from South
outdistancing their closest what made. the difference." Carolina State College and
competitor, Morehouse Col- Led by Leroy Long,a mathe- Tuskegee Institute. In the
lege, by a score of 18-11. matics major from Tampa, doubles, Long teamed up with
FAMU shared the SIAC title in Branch Currington to defeat
'h rf The victory was the culumi- 1966 with Clark College. The Tuskegee and Morehouse.With .
nation of three years of hard Rattlers had a sophomoreteam the entire team return-
work by FA M U head tennis last year.Long has prov- ing next season,Coach Mungenis
A 7 coach Robert Mungen According ed to be one of the best tennis looking for a repeat performance -
1 A I y. r to Mungen, the title players ever to play for the by his


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'It's Been A Good Year at JacksonUniting fi

By Gary Watson t

under a banner which i, State squads, Jackson hinted county badminton tournament.The .
might have been inscribed"The I I at what was to become an impressive faculty also was repre, J
Impossible Dream," the, athletic year. sented in the a t h 1 e 11 c circle
students and faculty of Miami when principal Donald
Jackson have rallied togetherto Miami News football "Coach Burroughs was elected presi-
make an idyllic fantasy into of the Year" Joe Brodsky assisted dent of the newly organized
reality. Rallying to better the Northwestern transfer Greater Miami Athletic Con-
image of a school that had the Coach Bernie Moore in deliv- ference.
potential of a vertitable vol- ering the first state track Because of enthusiasm and '
cano, the people of Miami championship to Miami Jack- desire exhibited by all the ele- :
Jackson created an atmos- son. Before bringing home the ments that make up Miami
phere which united and de- honors from Gainesville how- Jackson, the school was a __ s
veloped a cooperative atmos- ever, Moore and his outstand- natural recipient of the Urban;
of and League's Award which applauded -
phere understanding ing cindemen helped fill an
pride. entire trophy case with a win Jackson's "Pro- Louie Bing, (second from 'Ml) popular track coach at Miami Northwestern High,
I In the field of athletics Jack in every track meet entered by motion excellent human relations was presented a plaque of appreciation from members of his track team at the Northwestern '
a son reaped in the honors by the Generals. in a multi-cultural and Annual Sports Banquet last Friday night. L to R Carroll Wooten, captain of
encouraging the talents of ever changing environment." the track team; coach Bing, Lonnie Hepburn and Cecil Pratt.
dozens of Interested athletes.A The girls, however, did not In the field of academics and
football team, that once wasa take a back seat to the con- cultural achievements. Miami Jackson won the hearts of a
city giant, reawakened after tinually successful make athletes Jackson again was spotlightedfor standing ovation audience at MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
many sleeping years to sur- The distaff segment of honors. Alvin McDuffy was the Deauvllle Hotel, where the MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
prise football buffs around the Miami Jackson assembled into awarded the Silver Knight for chorus won the highest ratingat
state.Capturing the Gold Coast the GAA won the Dade Countyi his accomplishments in the Dade County Chorus APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
Conference Southern i Track Meet, stealing the title Dr a m a. Applauding from the Festival. THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.
title, and placing a half dozen i from reigning champs Northwestern state were ,five honorable Collectively the students and t PI.FASE PATRONIZE THEM! I
athletes on All-City and All-, mention winners in the cate- faculty of Miami Jackson, t
gories of Athletics, Speech, under lie leadership and inspiration -
"" Together the boys and girls Social Science, Art and of principal Donald
t i collectively added another Science. Burroughs" have helpedto
I ,I star to Jackson's crown by Under the direction of choral make, a possibility oj the
i! ft; 'I'' capturing their 18th straight director Roscoe Speed, Miami Impossible dream.

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New track coach -- Joe L. CAPS AND GOWNS FURNISHED
Smith, a 1959 graduate of
Florida A 4 University, wfll TASSELS OF ALL SCHOOL COLORS
be the new track coach and instructor
of physical educationat
Miami-Dade Junior Col-
iege. A star baseball player at JOHNSON IF
FAMU, Smith led the 1959 Rat-
tlers to a conference cham-
pionship. A native of Cocoa,he MIAMI]
Deceived the B. S. and M. Ed. y-,

degrees from Florida A&M _
and has been admitted to the Studying over the prospects of winning the county badminton title for the 18th 1186 NW 38th St. 635-4748
at Indiana
doctoral program straight year, team members Ruby Fryer, Ralph DeFuentes and Cornelia Belle.

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f THE MIAMI" TIMES. Friday, June 2. 1967 21

Injured LPN Fights

Spearing with........ Looking the 1
Ej" Back And Wins

she herself thought she mightbe SPORTSWORLD
,rBY Many of you and your neighbor's -
either know directly or totally disabled. However,
indirectly Mrs. Vernice Ross being the outgoing person she
from Richmond Heights. is, and wanting to maintain her

HARRY SPEAR Physically she Is a tiny,retir- place in society, she came

ing person, at times almost across the Southern Academyfor BY LEO ARMBRISTER Over
MARLINS COMING EVENTSOn shy. However,the good she has Medical Assistants. After
done and is constantly doingis counseling with the Directors 'i} .
Friday, June 2, the Marlins play Winter Haven and for a to of the School she determinedthat
unknown even
special treat, an added attraction will be presented to the fans some largely of the folks close to her. she would pursue this CHICK LEE DOING GREAT JOB

at 7:30 p.m Max Patkin will be there to entertain you, knownas One of her most outstanding additional training. This was IN LITTLE LEAGUENow
the "Clown Prince of Baseball" he is a sure bet for laughs
not since the course was
projects j has been with the easy is the time for the Little Giants to know where they
to baseball
and enjoyment every fan. I have seen Max over highly technical and concent
"Rossettes." This of stand in relation to the little
group ,
tired of his So
and over again,never getting presentation. come rated.
him youngsters is known not only On April 1st Andrew "Chick"Lee was given 30 elementaryboys
on out and see perform. Saturday, June 3, the Marlins
play the same team at 7:30 p.m.on"Wink Kite. What this is here in Dade County, but from different schools in the area of Liberty City having
the South East. The important thing is before he took the of tea
throughout never seen any of these boys on Job
Save stubs
about there will be
all you got me. your a drawingfor
that she did master the course
ching them baseball.Lee .
The "Winkettes" will be You wina
present. might
In addition to being a dedi- and graduated. This training
case of "Wink." What that is, you got me again. was asked by Mr. Wimp Clark to coach them. "Chick,"
cated nurse, she has raiseda taught her many things shedid his hands full at this timeoof with
having Softball
Last week I wrote about the grand stand managers. Well it year a girls
family who also are a cre- not know including how to do
team as well as other recreation business another
seemed like the cap fitted a good many of them. Keep it up accepted
ditto her and the community.This and understand laboratorywork challenge.
managers. You might hear more from me.Up until my writingthe .
Marlins have won their last four out of six was not an easy task blood counts, urinaly- Upon introduction to the boys and choosing his practice spot

..-..-..-..-. -.------- ..... .. since her husband passed away sis, electrocardiograms andma'ny (Northwestern Sr. High School),the President told him who his
c' several years ago. other very important sponsor would be, The Miami Times, the local :newspaper.

r- matters.. Chick worked three days a week,three hours a day all throughthe
.. .y'b' Some time ago she seriously month of April with his team. He had not as yet seen any'
injured her back and for awhile Today Mrs Ross is well on representative from the Miami Times to take any story and

'. .. it appeared she would her way back in the Medical his job was getting tougher, because he had to assign the boys
.. .: ojh not be able to return to hrer favorite field. She is the nurse in
into the positions that fitted them best,and the team had to be
'j, profession as a Licensed charge of one of the fine local cut by May 1st. He was permitted to keep on. 15 boys, the rest

{ Practical Nurse. In fact, convalescent homes. to go to the minor league for fundamentals and knowledge of

::) ::' ;1 the game.
!>" Chick picked his 15 but it was not easy He had decisions
i : ,'. similar to this before. The first week in May went by and the

'l' ...., team was ready to play. The uniforms had not come and the
schedule had to be He told
,/. ( re-arranged. was no games were
'. ''' <" .. to be played at James E. Scott Recreation Center. The next
\ .
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"" bad news was that the sponsors had not ordered the uniforms
; One Saturday, all the Little League teams were asked to report
.. ...,
to Manor park for the reading of the official rules. Out
The picture of the newlyweds in my column are Mr. and Mrs. there it was also learned that the sponsors had paid for the
Moe and Sara Hill. Moe is a star outfielder with the Marlins.It uniforms and Mr. Garth Reeves manager of the Miami Times,
seems that Sara has done wonders since the wedding. Moe said he had no knowledge of the late uniforms, otherwise they

has at present, a batting average of .286,with 4 home runs, 6 would have been on time.
doubles, 2 triples and 3 stolen bases. The hard fighting boys that made the Miami Times Little Lea

Marlins Schedule for this week gue baseball team are as follows: James Sampson, E. L.

Thursday, June 1st, Marlins vs.Leesburg at 7:30 pm., Friday Anderson, Timothy Williams, D. Wright, H. Johnson, Calvin

and Saturday, Marlins vs.Winter Haven at 7:30 p.m., Mon Lamb, D. Moss, John Williams, I.Howard, W, Wilson, H.
day, June 5th, Marlins vs. West Palm Beach. Sampson, E. Davis. Jackson, and D. Cox. These young men
are the truth. Their record stands at 3 wins, and 1 tie. They
BOXING TURNOUT LOW AT ARMORY are tied for first place.

Their coach studied Physical Education and officiating at Arkansas

I It's a shame when a promoter runs a good show, and nobody iff 'fj A. M. & N. College and St. Augustine's.

shows up, but for a bum show, thousands show up. Dick Lee : : i.
has had three shows at the Armory and they were all good, ;.',..tf' ,.
fights for the price of only $2.50, ringside $2.00, reserved ii/! -- PLAYERS BATTING AVERAGE

$1.50, general admission. Attendance for all three shows, PLAYER TEAM AB A PCT
2,600. This is a disgrace. How long do they expect Dick to ANDREW "CHICK" LEE AND LITTLE LEAGUERS

lose money? Only 700 showed up last week. don't know when Rickey Thomas 'Earl's Market 3 ", 2 .668
the next show will take place. If he doesn't show anymore, I turned out in great style for Bennie.It's easy to see why While Ezzio Ross, ,Service First 8 .. 5 .625
don't blame him.Why keep on losing money?Bobby Mountainey coaching Northwestern, they won the state Negro title four Michael Jones. Earl's Market 8' 5 ,625.
124 KO'd William Ziegler 126, 3rd round; Joe Murchison 157 years in a row. This year with his move over to Jackson, he Andrew Hicks, Kash and Karry 5 3 .600
154 6 has dominated the track dynasty by getting a track squad together
on his come back trail defeated veteran Ken Parker Alfonso Clayton, Service First 5. S .600
rounds.. Jimmy Gibavitch 150 KO'd Jimmy Williams 153, 4 that only scored four points last year in state meets. Donald Clear Earl's Market 7. 4 .571
rounds. Main event 8 rounds.Larry Gibavitch 155 TKO'd Harry But Bennie went to work with these boys and swept through Jerry Simmons, Earl's Market 7 : 4 .571
Brown 147, 3rd round. Grady McLendon 141 TWXd Bobby Fay the season undefeated. This is phenomenal for a coach, who Ernest Johnson, 'Earl'S Market 7 4 .571
takes in his athletes Bennie wants a winner at
great pride
134 3rd round.AWARDS ,
William Clark Range Funeral Home 10 5.500
all times. The same as Traz Powell takes pride in his football ,
Gerald Harris First 12. 5 .416
Traz never likes to lose -- neither does Bennie.
Willie Howard, Miami Times 5 Z ,400
Donald Johnson, Service First 13 5 .384
While attending the Miami Herald Banquet last week where Cobras In Soccer Mitch Frklty Ronald Williams, Earl'8 Market 5 '. 'Z .400
105 high school athletes receivedawards, 28 Negro stars were Matthew Thompson, Range Funeral 12 4 .333
among them. Among them was Willie Cooper from Edison.; The superiority of Europeanvs. Miami and are hard to prac- Ron Tucker, Service First 9 3 .333

Willie, a pticher, will receive a baseball scholarship at Dade Latin-American Soccer, a tice, open to the public, every Leon Armstrong, Kish and Karry 6" 2 .333

Junior College. He also won the state wrestling champion question not yet resolved on a evening. Eugene Davis, Miami Times 9 .. 3 .333

ship at 183 pounds. He also played varsity football with South playing field, will be put to the R U M M M N M .. Earl Metz, Range Funeral 9 3 .333
Carolina High, Gibbs and Dillard, as well as with Edison. test here on June 2. Miami's : : Gene Johnson, Shell's Supermarket 3 1 .333
Willie Is an all-around athlete. Awards presented for foot new professional soccer team, I: SEE EXCITING :r Willie Price, Service First 7 2 .285

ball, from Jackson: David Riggs, Joe Simmons, Bernie Stra- the Cobras, will take on the I R ., Tony Blakley, Shell's Supermarket 7 2 .285
chan, Donnie Townsend;' From Northwestern: Olrick Johnson, world-famed Dundee of Scot.I I: :,
basketball; Johnny Gay, Cyril Baptiste, both from Curley. aggregation Curtis : 47L. : TEAM BATTING AVERAGES
Johnny will attend Memphis State. From Carol City,Jim Har Park, at 8:00 p.m. : : TEAMS AB H PCT
vard. Track winners from Jackson wire: Louis Allen, Oscar R

Anderson, Fred Goodmn, Ernest Machanic, Joe Ran French soccer promoter :1 t Earl's Market 70 24 .350
dolph, James Teate and Donnie Townsend. From Northwestern Yves C h e vane e has put together .* .: Service First Ins. "' '' 2 25 .271
Charlie Cochran, Donald Garner, Lonnie Hepburn, a club here consisting ,* ., Range Runeral Home 81 19 .234
Charlie Hicks, Cecil Pratt, Arthur Spicer. From Carol City, mainly of stars from Brazil '* ., Miami Times I"' 69 17 .231
Charlie Jackson. From Curley, James Jones. For wrestling, and other Latin-American R Liberty Kash and Karry 50 11 .222
from Jackson, Robert Simms. Brother Edward from Curley countries. His strategy is to :*M .: Shell's City Supermarket 50 4 .080

had great praise for his stars. He said they are a credit to play the South American wide- I ".

their community. open exciting game against I: INTERNATIONALPRO I TEAM STANDING
I had the pleasure of sitting with Joe Brodsky, athletic director Dundee's almost mathematical I :I

and Bennie Moore, track coach for Jackson. Duringour machine precision style. : : WON" LOST GAMES. BEHIND
stars from Jack SOCCERMiami : ;\t "
conversations, we went over the field of _
son, they had this to say. We have a great bunch of athletes, 5 at Yankee' .- Earl's Market 5 0
Last September ,
which some day can represent the United States in the Olympics in New York Santos: .- Service First Ins 3 l' 1 1/2
Stadium ,
and bring home the honors the same as that great star of Brazil with the great pele, Cobras :: Liberty Kash and Karry 3 1' 1 1/2
from FAMU, Bob Hayes. We hope so. There isn't too muchI met and defeated Inter' (Mlimi'i Own Mar L .(M. Chik) Miami Times 3 2 2
can say for these boys. They are a credit, not only to their playing jj_ Range Funeral Home 1 5Shell's 4 1/2 ,
Since then the
of Milano Italy
community, but to the wide world of sports. I not only referto Europeans, have been anxious ; VS. : Supermarket 0 6 51/2

the Negro, but to every boy and girl, who received awards. to prove that Brazil's victory, Dundee of Scotland j
I was the only.sports writer outside of the Herald staff pre was an accident. Because of ,. (Ont .! W.rtrt lot) j-
sent tobe there. I was Introduced by the j-
and it was a pleasure of the entire'
this the eyes IN THE
great Red Barber .
world will be on Miami'
the night of June 2nd to see how : MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
our Cobras fare against undefeated I ,: APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
Bennie Moore of Miami Jackson, has been named Coach of Dundee. p N.W. 24th Av.. and JOlh it. '- THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.
the Year for the 1967 Miami News All-County High School Adult.$2.01 CHILDREN- ': PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!

Track and Field Team. The Cobras have rented the : Sit WorU'j Crtatist Cut Kiepcri! ;I
It has been "dog-eat-dog" since Bennie Moore left Northwestern playing field at Moore Field in. I . 5 . ,.
the Jackson Generals who have
to Join and coach

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22 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 2, 1967 .

I Senior Citizen Month

May is Senior Citizens age. Reports reflect how the I
Month Since nearly two and- VA is carrying our the mandate 3029 NW 50 STREET APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
.a quarter million of our Senior of the people and Con- 3 BEDROOM HOME AND THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE;

Citizens Veterans are Administration ve terans has, the a gress. 3031 NW 50 STREET PI EASE PATRONIZE THEM!

special responsibility to fur- There are 986,000 former DUPLEX
nish help and care for them, servicemen on pension rolls
C. W,Boggs, Miami VA Office, Almost another 145,000are Here it your chance to 'buy a lovely I home and a
reminded today. receiving compensation duplex next door that pays you $33 a week.Makecash i lilt IMP
Today we see pictures in the checks for service-incurred offer above the first mortgage of $7,500 on
news pages of younger men in disabilities. On any given day both properties. Subject to owner's o.k.
their 20' during the past year, close to SUNDAY
s who are courage- "One wise real estate investment is worth a lifetime OPEN
ously fighting in Viet-Nam. 35,000 men and women veterans of labor.'
This may develop a tendancyto 65 years and over, were
forget the veterans of receiving medical care in VA 1011 NW 90 STREET SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
earlier wars and view most hospitals And so the figuresgo Dream home in choice location. Must be seen to
veterans as younger men. on and the research in VA believe that It can be yours for $14,500 -. FHA Lovely CBS, best location. Fla room, tile roof,
Statistics do not bear this out. labs to conquer the problemsof terms, $450 down, $90.12 per month plus escrow carport, stove and refrigerator. Bargain at$12,000,
The average age of all war aging.It for taxes and (Insurance.Many extras plus garage. $400 down and $74.41 month, FHA. Near bus,
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VA's rolls are 11,000 Spanish- is important, Boggs says, carpet, Flo room, 2 spacious f bedrooms.
American War Vets, with an that these elderly people know Beautifully landscaped, sprinkler system ; I( '
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r- 'ENT E M S SS 2001 NW 83. TERRACE

O NW 1"C# : b $2O wk. house.2 bedroom$53, month appliances pays,all.fenced, awnings, darling Itll BB M E 111

1529' W S 1s 70r ,be roam, $2 lZ, 2 .dtrtiant +C@i$ ana oat )
o ot'4 Ms Sty ab '17th Av+t':+''Til: aof,en.
HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWE Killed, porch. stovel, arid, iIfrlgeratorvrPri REALTYINC $tOttOdnwnj $100tnairithc -

TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY., YOU'RE ONLY A Modern 2 bedroom CBS, carport, enclosed front
PHONE CALL AWAY. porch, awnings, Seller will paint, refinish floors,
etc. to make house like new. Bargain at $10,000
Rest !!, Teen fJII with $300 down and $62.22 month, FHA. '

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NO CLOSING COSTS ON THE FOLLOWINGCBS BEFORE YOU BUY .- SEE US FIRST Like' new+ .:$ bedroem'cBS'tilr,' roof, large"formca'builtIz.khcken janolle! windows. ,:,0wning ,
BEAUTY 2 BEDROOM. Large Fla room, $100 DOWN ,at waf f heat. ''Beautyrfor( $13,756, $J,oeC( .w..
utility room 2 air conds., appliances, rear patio. .
ad.takto'tr;: FHA' syment$, $S A "'..PIIl.I.In
Fenced. Only $25 Odown. $11,5 00 FHA.
4 YEAR NEW GORGEOUS CBS bedroom, din- 2 bedroom, 1 bath, living room, Fla room, kit- SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
ing room, beautiful front porch, utility room. Only chen, dining area, city water, city sewage. Pretty 3 bedroom CftS[ large fenced yard. Fla.
$300 down., $12,500 FHA. $12,000, $400 down, $79.61 mo. FHA. Room, jalousie window I, lilr conditioner, awnings.
CORNER BEAUTY MUST SEE Bargain at $11,000, $350 down, $68.31 month ,
NO QUALIFYING BEDROOM, 2 BATH BEAUTY 2 bedrooms, bath, living room, Fla room, kit-
dining room, utility room, garage, appliances chen, dining room, garage, city water, city sew.
Only $1,500 down. $10,000 total. ers. 12600. $400 down. $78.25 FHA.
CBS BEAUTY BARREL TILE ROOF 'W7li[ v& few 'S'an 6 unit apartment
LIVE IN ONE AND R ENT ONE. 2 CBS Beau- 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, many extras. .$14,500. tfEOt can be bought with 7 os little ot $2,500'dewJ
ties. 3 BEDROOM, dining room, utility room, car. $450 down. $90.12 mo. FHA. ht R,, fres 'Ifl one, apartment, and collect ineTSit

ed.portappliances.2$600 down. $16,000 BEDROOM total. HOME.AII furnish CBS BEAUTY & POOL from l tbeotSersTheIq,4r nbest Righb.rbaods'tall modern, CBS bafldin9s -
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, living room, kitchen, "; r, <
LIVE RENT FREE. ALL CBS. Fully fum. 2 dining roomtile roof, city water, city sewage.
bedroom home plus duplex, plus extra R2 lot. $16,500. $600 down. $101.99 mo. FHA. WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES -

Good location, reasonable down. $16,500 total. ANOTHER CORNER BEAUTY YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
No qualifying Large rooms,3 bedrooms,2 baths, extra large $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
kitchen, central climate control. $17,000 DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFYWE
CBS 4 UNITS. 2 bedroom each apt.all furnished.One $1,000 down, $104.55 mo. FHA.
apt has Fla. room Ideal rental area. Reasonable LIKE NEW PRESTIGE HOME HAVE INCOME PROPERTIES, TOOl!
down. $23,000 total. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, living room, dining room,
WE HAVE MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS model I kitchen utility room, carport, terr. firs
). $100 DOWN FOR VETS& DISPLACED PERSONS central air and heat. $17,700.
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the seventh grade. ..
CLASSIFIED The oldest of five children,
I ADS 11 turn. apt. with yard and Jeff was born In Miami, he lived
porch. For Information, call In Perrine and attended R.

15 WORDS OR LESS $150. 5C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. OX 1-2426. R. Moton Elementary SchoolIn

I Furn. room with bath. 691- very modest youth, he gives

FOR SALEPSSSTTTIiI FOR SALE 7543. Evenings. credit to Mr. Rankin,his sixth
FOR SALE grade teacher, for Inspiringhim

Open 4-6 p.m. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, large Fla to excel In his studies;and
$100 down, CBS, 3 bedrooms, 1250 NW 90th STREET room, double lot, large fci'- In private home In Liberty expecially to his parents because -

no closing costs, $55.80 mon- Total $20,000 FHA terms, chen, separate dining room, City area. Cooking privileges. he said, "Theybrought

thly, Aetna Realty, (Broker), $1,000 down. 3 bedroom, 2 $17,500 FHA, $900 down pay 758-8128. .. me up right."
811 NW 54th St., Phone: 757- bath charmer, very large garage ment. Drive by 5901 NW 5th ....,.. He likes to read and enjoys
5724. Open 7 days. with beautiful grounds. Ave., then call Fenster Realty Unfurn. Efficiency. 4841 NW t participating in basketball

,Rear yard, fenced with lovely (Broker) PL 9-8779. 16th St. $20 wk. Also, 1 bed. .4 track. He hopes to go to collegeand
Beauty parlor equipment. 2: patio, with overhang eat out- unfurn. apt. newly decorated become a computer engl-

chairs, flourescent light fixtures side all year long. This is a 2 bedroom CBS, Fla room, $18 wk. 566 NW 22ndst.l bed- FERGUSON ELECTED.neer.

hair dryer, 2 vanity must see. Drive by then call wall to wall carpet,completely room cottage, unfurn. Spark- STUDENT COUNCIL .
dressers, 1 dresser table, me. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 furnished. $12,500 qualify ling clean. 566-1/2 NW 22ndSt.
1131 NW 1st Court. 374-5423. NW 60th St.Call anytime 751- ing. Cast! above FHA existing $18 wk. Immed.occupancy. PRESIDENT BANK REPOSSESSIONS!

2243. mortgage. Drive by 836 NW 1 bedroom cottage. 7648 NW Jeffrey Carl Ferguson, an

German Shepherd dog. Too 49th St., then calls Fenster 17th Place. Unfurn. 4845 NW \ eighth grade student at Carol 1964 Buick Special, 4 door,
largel! Male. 12 mos.old Qua- Open 4-6 p.m. Realty (Broker) PI 9-8779. 16th Avenue. Large 2 bedroom City Junior High School, was air conditioned, power steer-
lity. Obedience training. Excellent house, unfurn. Both Immediate elected president of the Student Ing, radio

background. See papers 1380 LITTLE RIVER DRIVE 2 houses on 1 lot. CBS, 3 bed- occupancy. Day time call Mr. Council for the coming 1966 Buick Wildcat, 2 door,

and dog. Miss Naomi Es- Open down Sun.3 2-6. Total $19,000 room, 2 bath, plus 1 bedroom, Gross, 444-6126 or night 448- year, 1967-68. He Is the son hard-top, air conditioned, po-
py, 634-8773. canal, bedroom, 2 bath on the 1 bath, all furnished.Tremen- 2824. of Mr. and Mrs. Arlington wer steering, power brake,
beautiful grounds, fish Ferguson Jr. of 3110 N.W.
dous value,sewers, all this for radio.
Carol City by owner. No qua- eat-In your own back yard, large $13,500. Terms to be ar- CBS front apt. in duplex.Good 211th Street, Opa-locka. 1966 Ford Galaxie 500, 4 door,

lyfing for existing 23-year kitchen, coolest house ranged. Drive by 3221 NW 11th neighborhood. $26 per week.Deposit Jeffs outstanding scholasticand air conditioned, power steer-
$12,900 mortgage. Immediate town. A. Ben-Kori,Realtor, Pl., then call Fenster Realty, i required. Liberty leadership qualities enabled Ing, radio.
occupancy. Beautiful 3 bed- '612 NW 60th St. Call anytime, (Broker) PL 9-8779. Rental Agency, 633-7809.2020 hlmto win the election bya 1962 Oldsmobile, Starfire, 2
room, garage, central heat, NW 62nd St. majority of the votes cast. door hard-top, full power, air
porch, patio, many extras. 8811 NW 17th Avenue He has maintained a B plus conditioned

$1500 down buys our$2500 se- Open 4-6 p.m. CBS, 2 bedroom, Fla room, Nice 2 bedroom CBS apt. $22. average in scholarship and Lincoln National Bank

ven-year equity. $100 month 1240 NW 91st St. $16,500total stove, refrigerator, carport, CBS, 1 bedrocn: apt. $17.50. conduct since he enrolled In 759-4431, Ext: 67
price, with only$600 down for
pays principal, Interest,taxes FHA bedroom
this lovely 3 bedroom, 1 bath $12,000, only $400 down, apt. $14.
insurance and garbage. 624- home no closing costs. $74.41 mo. Very large house, $25.
on corner lot 100x100,
9854. fenced Be sure call now, Aetna Real- Small, 2 bedroom, duplex.$19.
rear yard, wall to wall
ty (Broker), 811 NW 54th St., CBS, large 1 bed. apt. $17.50.
Cash buyers, Investors, hereIs carpet dining,room large, large eat-In kitchen, phone: 757-5724. Open days. Deposit Required 2 Locations to Serve You!

a steal!I Only$6,000,2bed. this is an immaculate garage charm-, Liberty Rental Agency, 2020
room, 1 bath, Fla room, CBS, 8901'NW 8th Avenue NW 62nd St. Call 6337809.
Ing home. It's really nice.A.-
stucco, on extra large corner CBS, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, ga-
lot. Hurry! Don't miss this Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 NW rage, screened porch, oak
bargain! Atlantic ,:& Pacific 60th St. Call anytime, 751- floors, tile roof, central heat, Dugi&'s Paradise
2243. ,
Realtors, 666-0411. carpets, sprinkler system, PoM $ /It/
FHA $14,500, $450 down,sell- V 4sR 2966 NW 47th St. 633-9396
Lovely 3 bedroom, 1 bath, er pays closing costs, $90.12 @
736 NW 66th Street
CBS, like new, awnings, extra monthly, don't let this one getaway AND
large lot, FHA $12,000, No qualifying Aetna Realty(Broker),
$400 down, $74 month, no closing 2 bedroom, D. C. pine turn. 811 NW 54th St., Phone: 757- Dugies Guest House

cost, veterans or being $9,500 total 5724. Open 7 days. J\
displaced $100 down, Atlantic Call Mr.WilsonJ. I ( RO SHOP J634.9389 2941 NW 47th St. 634.3851

& Pacific Realtors, 666-0411. K. Realty,Realtors, 9030 NW 9th Court
CBS corner, 2 huge bed-

Lovely 2 bedroom,lbathCBS, rooms, double garage, can be There are no better rooms on earth, than the
!4 ST.
211E N.W.
Fla room, tile roof, hardwood 1707 NW 81st'TERRACE 3rd bedroom, air cond., total rooms you will find at DUGIE'S PARADISE.
floor, close in town location, A frame home, excellent lo- FHA $15,800, downpayment is
close to bus, FHA $11,500 cation. Fully furnished. Two $600, monthly $98.14. Don't Seeing is believing. The accommodations
$350 down, $71 mo. Veteransor bedrooms, two baths. Extra miss this one. Seller pays all INCOME TAX SERVICE g you'll receive, you will find only In this
being displaced $100 down. vacant lot In rear facing NW costs. Aetna Realty (Broker), o brother.

Atlantic & Pacific Realtors, 82nd St., city water. Owner 811 NW 54th St., Phone: 757-'
666-0411. will finance A substantial 5724. Open 7 days.
Jamaica !Dugie, Always a Friend.Specials.
down payment is required.

Choice residence lot In fine Owner on premises. (J2) 1867-69 88thstreet SAVE UP TO 40%

area. 50x100 clean,$2800.Atlantic Duplex, no qualifying,all CBS, -
& Pacific Realtors, 666- $100 Down Payments completely fenced, 3 bed- oN
0411. 2-3-4 bedroom CBS like new. rooms, 2 baths, plus 2 bed- Auto IlSlralee

Anyone can buy, vets or non- rooms, 1 bahall( 6%financing, Liability Physical

2 CBS beauties on 1 lot. Front vets. Payments from $59 mo. only $2,000, move In today. Damage 1 1

house 2 bedroom, 1 bath, Fla pays all. One mortgage. Call This Is a magnificent piece of SR 22 FUl-9
have the
now we Keys. Tip
room, carporte, rear house, 1 Top Realty, 685-0021. 13906 property that Is exactly what No Ont Refused
bedroom, 1 bath, beautifully you have been looking for See
landscaped. Lots fruit trees, right now. Aetna Realty, OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
drive by 2245 NW 96th St. (Borker), 811 NW 54th Street, Finance Charge
Phone: 666-0411, Atlantic & Best NEW home buy In town. Phone: 757-5724, open days. at little at 39 NW 38 STREET
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, sewers 15% DOWNAT
Pacific Realtors for inspec-
tion. and city water. 276 NW 40th 1251 NW Little River Drive
St. and 400 NW 40th St. Rea- CBS corner 3 bedrooms SHELL'S CITY Large clean house with 2 Fla. rooms, 2 reverse
sonable. Wynne. 235-2958. (South Door) cycle air conds., and don't forget! tool
Sacrifice by owner. 62nd St. 2 baths, huge Fla room, garage Also has cottage. 2 lots 100x100. $15,00 total.
area.Approx. 8000 sq.ft.Front air cond., FHA value PLAZA INSURANCE
centrally air cond., many 2 bedroom CBS on lot 50x150, $21,000, only $1,200 down. AGENCY CALL EDISON TO SEETHE FOLLOWING

uses. Appointment 7575743. FHA terms. Only $300 down (Vets $800 down), monthly is Phone: 754-4951 PROPERTIES

payment, seller pays closing $127. If you want the best,see 5941 NW 7th Avenue ((1)) No qualifying, 2 bedroom, CBS, plus den, tile
1301 NE 153rd Street costs. Front jalousied porch, this home today. Aetna Realty roof, $90 month pays everything. 1 FHA mtg.

4 bedroom, 2 bath, central air hardwood floors, one air con- (Broker), 811 NW 54th Street, roof, garage. $90 month pays everything. 1
ditioner. Drive by 1429 NW 31
conditioning, plus centralheat Street or will be open Satur- Phone: 757-5724. Open days. FHA mortgage. Off 7th Ave. In the 40's.

fenced,cornersprinkier day and Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. HELP! HELP HELP ((2)) No qualifying bed,ogln, 2 bath, frame,
system, carpeting, drapes, Fenster RealtyBroker) PL 9- HELP WANTEDNeed $1,3040 down Near 54th St. and 5th Ave.
all-built-in appliances. $700 9779. REV. ROOSEVELT ((3)) No qualifying, 3 bedroom, CBS, $66.78 mo.
down. $17,500 total. closing pays everything. 1 FHA mortgage, near 17th
cost. Must be sold.ParkManor person to put terrazzo in FRANKLINOf Ave. & 83rd St. "

Realty, Broker, 751-8295. 3 bedroom in the finest, 2 bath area.,CBS.$18,000 Largelot my home In spare time. JE 1- Macon, Georgia ((4)) No qualifying, lovely corner CBS home.
3184 CA 1-4833.
with $1,700 down payment. or DIVINE Beautiful modern kitchen. FHA already placed.

$100 Down Payments Drive by 1220 NW 88th St., live in nights care of SPIRITUAL HEALER ((5)) Duplex.2 bedroom each side.$450 down FHA.
2-3-4. bedroom CBS like new. then call Fen s t e r Realty, Lady Jesus 'is truly giving victory CBS, terrazzo floorsnear Miami Ave. in 40's.
child In
Anyone can buy, vets or non- Broker PI 9-8779. child or keep your to many, many people's, clean home with beautiful swimming
vets. ( ), clean home. 759-6026. problems. ((6)) Large
Payments from $59 mo. SUCCESS CAN BE YOURS. pool and 2 Fla rooms and 2 reverse cycle air
Pays all. One mortgage. Call very huge duplex. CBS, 3 See or write me today. I conditioners. Also has cottage. 2 lots

now we have the keys. Tip bedroom, 2 bath and 1 bedroomand FOR RENT han a special message for 100x100. $15,500 total terms. ..y
Top Realty, 685-0021. 13906 every troubled sou). Last
NW 7th Ave.SWIMWEAR.. 1 bath. Oversized bed- week, many many people HAYE""M"A"MY"HOMES S ND-DUPLEXES, FHA
rooms with a very large front were helped by my special WE
porch, Large utility room. 2 room garage apt. Furnished.No selected Bible reading to TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING
Direct from fac: Drive by 1035 NW 35th St.,then children. 824 NW 56th St. be read on Special Days.If YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR J
be delivered <
tory bikini's 7.14,reg.12.99, call Fenster Realty (Broker) quickly you want, Send b $1.00 and $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE CAA VET OR BEIN"r.'fI.' '''j'
now $7.99; Large size 348, PL 9-8779. Large genced-in yard with two atampedBelf-addressed en- DISPLACED AND 'IF YOU 1UALIFY ,

reg. $14.98, now $10.99. Boy bedroom, CBS, modern. $27 vR' V."ROOSEVELTFRANKLIN OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ./
leg. Brochure on request.La- 3 bedroom CBS plus garage on wk. NE 3-7809.9 a.m.to 5 p.m. '
Belle, P.O. Box B,Hallandale, waterfront, just painted. Price :
Fla. 33009. $15,500, only $500 down payment 630 MORROW AVENUE EDISON I REALTY Realtors
MaconCa.Phi SH 3-6475 ,
Seller will pay closing 2 bedroom apt, 1136 NW 5th
Free rent plus Income. Invest costs for location and appt., Ave. $22 wk., new building.:JE You will got these '

locations.In a new The duplex. In fine call Fenster Realty(Broker), 1.3184 or CA 1-4833 for In- V.Special;.., Selected 9y Roturn Biblo Mall 75 tt, 62nl St,. 7512441THE i" rI.
price Is rightt- 98779. formation. Sot..

24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 2, 1967

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