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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 9, 1967
Frequency: weekly
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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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Vol. 44, No. 42 IAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1967 32 PAGES 15, !;J JI JI'




Florida Regent Predicts Jr. : +i




College Status for A& M J



period of the revamped facilities J
West Palm Beach CliftonG.
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which may be termed
Dyson, the only Negro to
one of the state's better col-
serve on the Board Regents
I leges, or prep schools.
for Florida Universities,feels
I that Florida A&M Universitywill Although Mr. Dyson says that t

1 Ih II eventually become a many have told him that suchan
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junior college.Mr. arrangement is not for the

Dyson expressed his belief best Interest of Florida's
.y Mdi in a prepared statement Negro citizens who have long

been caught in the traditions
through his public relations up \
representative last week. of Florida A & M University, i

"After reading several arti- others feel that such a change

vles related to the future of would be In the best interestof i

Florida A & M University, individuals trying to emerge

"says the former regent, "I into "The Great Society."

find the contents parellel CLIFTON G. DYSONHe He feels that citizens should

prediction which I openly made feels many may be able to prepare to make the best of

more than a year ago. meet the if' whatever change the future
challenge given
Congressman Claude Pepper, confers with/ administrative aides James F. South "I predicted," says Mr. Dy- what be termed "trial" might bring. 1)
erland (left) and James Taylor, Jr., on a constituent problem in his Washington of- son, "that the institution wouldbe may 1I

I'I fi ce. reduced to an above-the-

Names Nearo Administrative Aide average college dealing basi- Police Officers to Get Awards 11.F
Pepper cally with the Arts and Scien-
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ces with an administrativedean

Washington-James Taylor, Corporation Counsel Clark F. Later he became officer man subject to the guidance of

Jr., has joined the Washingtonstaff King. ager of the Neghborhood Legal Florida State University."

of Congressman Claude Pepper's new administrativeaide Service Project, a unit of the The former regent says, that

Pepper (D-Fla.) to become the is a native of Fitzgerald, anti-poverty program in he has mentioned this proba- oj

first Negro administrativeaide Georgia. He lived in Miami and Washington, D. C. He then,became bility during speeches to pre-

of a member of the Flor attended Dade County's Public administrative assistantto dominantly Negro audiences

ida Congressional Delegation. Schools from 1943 to 1953. the Corporation Counsel. during the past several months 4N \

Taylor, 30, is a former stu- After serving in the United because he feels that some

dent,at Booker T. Washington States Air Force for eight In addition to his public provisions will b a veto be .

Junior'Senior"High School and years he joined the District school education in Miami, made for the large numbers "f, 1ir
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l a f o r m' e r administrative: assistant lgiwgojurabia ,government as a Taylor has attended the University of students who may not be able ... \ ""If \'

to the District I oi' secretary, to the chairman of of MarylandandSophla to meet the rigid requirementsof ,I

Columbia's top legal officer, the Alcoholic Beverage Board. University in Tokyo, Japan. the state university system. f F 1 tI


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I Youth Gets Bravery CitationOn Daylight Robberies Jfi 1 v k, '


June 2, at the North Dade sent copies of the resolutionto CLARENCE DIXON ARNOLD H. SMITH

Junior High School Awards all schools. "What this student
Supermarket Fraternal Order of Police their alertness and attention (
Day program, a Florida Senate has done is an example of Plague
has to duty good police patrol
president, Sgt. Al Gurdak, ,
citation t commending a conduct which deserves recognition
announced that ,the followingmen techniques, teamwork, and a
who "twice dashed by all students in
man
young have been selected to receive consistency of effort which
r into a burning house to rescue Dade County," Dr. Hall said Parking lots the Lodge's highest earned each of them the Department's -
; an 18-month-old child was in a memorandum accompanying -
awards at a luncheon to be heldin "officer of the
read to all pupils in Dade the resolution. "It is requested -
f A wave of armed robberiesin street. Last Thursday morn the Discovery Room of the month" award during 1966.
County Schools. therefore, that on the parking lots of Miami ing about 11:30 he was relieved Columbus Hotel, Thursday, The Silver Medal of Merit
Nathaniel who June' 2 the citation approvedby
Tyrone Curry, supermarkets has plagued the of $81 in the parking lot at June 8. was earned by officer Dickson
16 when he rescued little the Florida Senate be readto
I was Liberty city area for the past Fredericks Market, NW 62nd The Silver Medal of Merit last June when he was con- A
Ruby White on October 9,1965, the student" body in few weeks. Street and 6th Avenue. will be presented to officer fronted at E. flagler and 2nd
received the citation. all schools.
i; The holdup men usually loiter The minister described his Clarence Dickson; Bronze Avenue by a man who pointeda
Senator Richard Stone
State
Nathaniel Tyrone Curry is around the check cashing boothin assailants about 30 to Medals of Service will go to fully loaded .45 calibre automatic .
as
men
was represented by his Senate one of two teenagers who will the store and spot their vic- 35. One was light brown com officer James D. Carpenter, at him. Due to his f
Administrative Ronald
R. receive the Young American tiems when they cash their and black office r Arnold H.Smith, officer coolness in such a dangerous
plexion wore a heavy
f" Young, a former North Dade Medal for Bravery from Pre: checks, When the unwary mustache. The other was dark Wesley K. Speakman situation, Dickson's exemplary -
Junior High teacher. sident Johnson in Washingtonon shopper gets back to his car officer Michael P. Wood. action. affored the
and clean shaven.
t In addition, a Nathaniel June 23. Curry's parentswill In the parking lot he gets a tap The four receivers of the maximum safety to the publicat

Tyrone Curry Award was established accompany him to receivethe on the shoulder and turns Police and store managers Bronze Medals were cited for this congested intersection.
by the school. Prin- award. been alerted to watch out ,
t around into the muzzle of gun have I

cipal Charles Wyche presented The Awards Day co- Latest victim of this ruse was for suspicious looking charac- '
program
the initial award Fred
; Rev. George Dove, 78, a retired ters hanging around their
chairmen Mrs. Marion
were
; Frohbose, special agent in minister of 1381 N.W, 56 stores and parking lots. Prostest March To
charge of the Miami office of P. Allen, counselor, Mrs.

the FBI and James Downing, Kathryn Donaldson, Basic

FBI agent did the honors for Education chairman, and Mrs.

awards Dade Superintendent day. Joe Hall Thomasena Education chairman.Lindsey,Business City ApprovesHousing Greet Former Ala. ,J/



CourtThe Gov. Wallace i



Miami City Commissionon Haley Sofge, head of the Miami A group of local organizations St., east on Flagler Blscayne '1
to welcome Blvd. then up to the Ever-
Monday approved, in prin- Housing Authority and the < has planned
former Alabama Governor glades Hotel where Wallace is
t of :
ola Dade Department Housing
ciple, the creation city ,
housing court with a school for and Urban Development,along Wallace with a "protest to speak. '/'
:March"when he comes to Miami A poster advertising the
with officials is
tenants as an adjunct.The antipoverty ,
March and reads "This
Rally
Dade Inter-Agency Relo- said he would give strong sup- ; on Friday. : s d
cation Committee was asked port for a court that would en- Wallace, who visited Cape is your opportunity to demon-
strate to Wallace how you feel
Kennedy on Thursday for a
force minimum and '
by the Commission to name a housing
sanitation 'tour of the famed flight center, ,about his racist policies and
tenants
group landlords representing and various govern-, The plan drafted requirements.by the InterAgency :j Is scheduled to address a denial of human and civil
!'lt
ment agencies to make recom- group calls for the establishing .. 1 Kiwanis Club in Miami on Friday rights" to the people ofhis

mendations on the composition of a school or clinic .1<: at noon, before returning state.
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and duties of the new as an arm of the court to eduI I to: Montgomery. Named on the poster as par-
to announcements ticipants in the march are:the
According
court.( vate tenants who violate these ,
also requirments because of''the: march will stat at 10:30 NAACP, SCLC, CORE, South
The City Fathers agreedto
>i.m. from the Southern Christian ern Student Organizing Committee
transfer the court to Metroin ignorance.A 1
J
r Veterans for peace in
October if the county takes choice of paying a fine or I: Leadership Conference ,
over Miami's housing enforcement going to the school would be I headquarters, 534 N. W. 2nd Vietnam, League Opposed to
We.( down 2nd Ave.to Flagler Violent Extremism.
SENATE AIDE RONALD YOUNG PRESENTS PLAQUE department (continued on page 28))




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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday June 9 1967
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Postal MSffiChWj&mt: i ; Offife:IN NAACP roCommemoraremoriyrsNew _

I cere- non D a h mer
3 Arlington Hattiesburg
York Na4-\ -.. The p.m.
With Gross Discrimination soc iation for the Advancement:.JKQD< yejwill be jointly conducted Miss., and Wharlest Jackson'who ,
bylhe, District of Columbia was murdered in Natchez
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-- -- -- of Colored People of the fourth ,
Washington D. C. -AshbyG. The NAPFE, he said,will ask attention on the Department's anniversary of the assassination Branch of the NAACP's Na- Miss., last February 27 by a
Smith,President of the Na Postmaster General indifference to the promotionof of Medgar Evers and other tional Office. The Rev. R. L. bomb planted in his truck.
tional Alliance of Postal and Lawrence O'Brien for an minority employees,and civil rights leaders slain in the T. Smith, vice president of the There have been no convic-
Federal Employees, today "honest commitment ot equal will enlist the assistance of South. NAACP's Mississippi State tions in any of the above-list

charged the United States Post opportunity for minority em other unions, civil rights The nationwide rallies i and Conference of Branches; ed murders. A Mississippi
Office with gross discrimination ployees" and at the same time groups, Congress and the memorial services planned Gloster B. Current the jury tried Byron De la Beck-
and called for immediate will seek more vigorous enforcement White House in bringing about some 1800 NAACP units will NAACP's director branches with, the accused slayer of Mr.
action to provide equal em- action from the meaningful change. include ceremonies conductedat and field administration, will Evers, on two separate occas- I
ployment opportunity for all Civil Service Commission The union head said that it is Mr. Evers'graveside in Arlington be featured speakers at the pons and failed to reach a ver-
postal employees. Smith call- der Executive Order 11246.He operating against an "estab National Cemetery. graveside wreath-laying dict.

ed the U. S. Postal Service noted, however that the Alliance lishment" that makes pro- Mr. Evers, a World War II ceremonies.
"one of the most politically has been granted only one mises it has no I n ten tI i 0 n of veteran who joined the staff of Commenting on the nation

oriented operation in the Fed- "brief audience" by present keeping, promulgates, pro- the NAACP in 1954 as field wide memorial 1 services,
eral government" and said Postmaster General, contraryto grams it has no idea of put- secretary for the State of Mis- NAACP brancheswill also NAACP Executive Director
Negroes do not play a signifi- the practice of his pre- ting into practice,and talks sissippi was shot down from memoralize other civil rights Roy Wilkins said: "Medgar
,
cant role in the "politics" of decessors. about ideals it is determinedwill ambush on June 12, 1963, as martyrs, including the Rev. Evers hated bigotry not Indi
the system. Smith said that the NAPFE, never be translated into he stepped from his car in 'I George W. Lee, Belzoni viduals and gave his life In the

Starting that only one Negro a union with formal recognition realities.He front of his Jackson, Miss., 'Miss.; Harry T, Moore, Florida struggle to rid his native stateof
in the Post Office today holdsa in the Post Office Depart said that if the white majority home. i I NAACP field director; Ver- racism."

policy making position the ment, "rejects the theory that continues the "absurd
NAPFE official said the postal there is a half-way house on practice of mistaking its colorto
agency is guilty of making the road to equality to which be a badge of superiority,
well-publicized appointmentsto considerable portion i of it cannot complain when other BRAND' NEW! FACTORY( FRESH

create a false illusion of American citizens can be con segments of the Nation resortto

equal opportunity."The signed." He added that his organization equally irrational cries of
Department is playing a is prepared to use black power and riots in the
game of percentages" Smith all legitimate means to focus streets.Teachers 3 IN 1 CombinationJOi
said, and has created an

Equal Employment Opportu- Retire
nity Unit which is entirely inadequate -
and which is appar- A

ently devoid of any corrective Las
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authority." He said percent

complaint procedures are vio-

lated, thus, creating "endless
delay" and that the EEO pro- 4
gram is understaffed and poor
ly funded. Calling for a full- E I .
staffed and well-funded pro-
'
gram manned by intelligentand '

dedicated personnel r1MRS ipf
Smith said his group is seek- -

ing enforcement regulationsthat I LON
can shorten the period between -

complaint and relief
and provide disciplinary action -
against violators.
Smith said that the equalityof
Mrs. Ireta MCrosbyretiresat
IONA H. DUKES
opportunity will only come the end of this school term
The Garden and
jnto the postal service when June 16, after completing 35 Friendship
Civic Club invites the publicto
patronage and special Influence years of service in the Public
a Testimonial in honor of
are ruled out.Not only school system of Florida.
Mrs. lona Humbert Dukes
are the positions of Postmaster Having taught in Pinellas, her upon 21"
after 33
retirement yearsof COLOR TV.
and Rural Letter Carrier County for 2 years she movedto ,
service Thursday evening 1
achieved through political as- Dade County where she ser- 4-SPfED
the June 15, from 8 to 9 o'clock, f. STEREO
sistance NAPFE official
ved 30 years a s teacher at
stated, but so are the Depart at Phyllis Wheatley Elemen- HI-fl
Booker T. Washington High : RADIO
ment's positions at CS- 13 and School and three years at MI- tary School 1801 N. W. First j{"

above. The regional positions ami Northwestern Senior High Place.
are a part of the patronage School.
system and above first level visit the World's Fair in Mon-
During the 35 Mrs.
in years treal and other cities in Can-
supervision all post offices,
Crosby served in the former
in spite of the efforts of some FSTA as Tenth District President ada. Later in the fall, she will
postmasters who obtain some visit Hawaii, Japan, Pakistan
six
years as presidentof S
promotions on merit, outside the former Dade CountyTeachers' India, and Alaska.
influence predominates.Smith
Association
organized -
added, because minorities are and directed the State
not proportionately represented Teachers' Musical Festivalfor '
in the Congress, they receive several years. She has and !

less of the available better will continue to take an active "'
jobs. He said the present litter bit :
part in civic and community ,
system also discriminates affairs. hurts?V

against many of the majorityrace. 11'J .
Traveling is one of her best
,hobbies. She has done exten- ''>\
sive travel throughout America m;

as well as many countriesin
Keep America
Europe. In August she will

theNAACP Beautiful.

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THE MIAMI TIMES.. Friday.. June 9.. 1967 1 ,

Sen. Brooke To Receive 52nd FINAL CONCERTIN BAND John E. Culmer. II to -Get- :

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d Spin rn MedalNew patriotic BANDSHELLA Flag Day programon Eagle Scout Honors Sunday. j

J u n e 14 by Caesar Boy,Scout Troop No.'/7,cor-
York Edward W. action in Italy and wonthe. conclude 1 the current ((38th dially invites the public to attend 1
Brooke III of year) City of Miami d
Massachusetts, .5 Bronze Star while climbing to 1 I sponsor- an Eagle Court of Honor wt
the first Negro ever to win the rank of captain. ed series of free concerts at ceremony recognizing life ".. .

popular election to the U. S. His Negro predecessors in Bayfront Bandshell. scout John E. Culmer, II, at
Senate, has been named this the Senate were Hiram Rhodes J 1 The 1966-67 season's 72nd St. Agnes'Parish Hall, 1736 N.
year's recipient of the covet- Revels, a preacher picked in 1 program will begin at 7:45 W. 3rd Ct., Sunday, June 11,
ed Spingarn Medal, awarded 1870 by the Mississippi Leg- p.m. Guest soloist John Tone, at 5:00 p.m. ,.
annually by the National As- islature to fill the seat once from the opera "Don Carlo," :
sociation for the Advancementof ,,, Confederate and Gordan Shaw, in additionto John, 16-year-old son of
occupied by President

Colored People for distin- Ac Jefferson Davisand narrating, will sing Mrs. Leome Culmer, of 1434N.
,
guished achievement byan Blanche "America Beautiful W. 55th Terrace, and the
Kelso Bruce,who was
American of African descent. sent to the Senate in 1875,also Word." late Father John E.Culmer, is II I
"The medal is presentedan- from Mississippi.When Musical highlights include a member of St. Agnes' Epis- ,
nually to the man or woman of I'I the "Star Spangled Spec- copal Church,where he servesas
African descent and American he receives the 52ndSpingarn I 1 tacular," by George M.Cohan, an Acolyte, Vicepresidentof II
citizenship, who shall have the Medal at the and John Philip Sousa's stirring the EYC, and assists in the
highest achievement duringthe NAACP's annual convention in "Stars and Stripes Forever devotional services of the i
preceding year of years in SEN. EDWARD BROOKE Boston, July 10 15,Sen. ." church school. Last summer,
JOHN
any honorable field of human twofold, first to call attentionof Brooke will join a distinguished The 1967-68 season of Wed- John had the honor of servingas duties CULMERhis
at home
and at
endeavor list of past winners, including nesday and Friday evening a counselor at CampSt.
Mr. Wilkins notedin the American people to exIstence school. He served his
announcing the award on of distinguished merit Dr.Ralph J.Bunche,Thur- concerts will begin the latter Paul, one of the Summer Dio- troop as
an Assistant Patrol Leader
June 6. good Marshall, A. Philip Ran- part of October. cesan Camps at Camp Wing- ,
and achievement
Patrol ,
among Leader and
currently
bolph, Dr.Martin Luther King, man Avon Park Florida.An .
,
1966
In Sen. Brooke scored a American Negroes,and secondly Jr., Roy Wilkins, Langston serves as Troop Instructor. \
political breakthrough in Mas- to serve as a reward
He has also served as Instructor
Hughes Leontyne ;Pricey and -
sachusetts where the Negro for such achievement, and as h eleventh grader at North- at a South Florida Council
John H. Johnson.
population is under three per a stimulus to the ambition of : ; western Senior High School,he Junior Leadership Training
cent -- when he swamped his colored maintains a 3.0 average, and
youth. The Spingarn Medal was instituted Course held at Camp Semi-
opponent, former Governor Sen Brooke, the first elected in 1914 by the late J. E. ranks superior in conduct. He nole. John attended the National
Endicott Peabody official to receive the Spingarn Spingarn, then chairman of the is a member of Thespian Junior Leader Instructor
1,213,473 to 744,761 votes.He award, repudiated Barry NAACP Board of Directorsand Troupe 1880,Vocal Ensemble, Training Course, at schiff
had previously been elected Goldwater's candidacy in later president of the As- and Concert Chorus -- wherehe scout reservation In Mend-
two successive terms as Attorney 1964, and later published"The sociation until his death in serves in the capacity of ham, New Jersey, in August
General of Massachu- Challenge of Change" a book 1939. A fund sufficient to con- student director. During January 1965. lie became a member of
setts on the Republican ticket. highly critical of the GOP's tinue the award was set up by the chorus presented, the Order of the Arrow;the national -
First in the face of the JohnF. approach to the electorate for his will "to perpetuate the "The Sound of Music," in Campers Honor Societyof
Kennedy landslide of 1960in the past 50 years. lifelong interest of my bro ftt which John played the part of the Boy Scouts of America,
Massachusetts and again in A graduate of Howard Uni- ther, Arthur B. Spingarn, of 4 r 1 Admiral Schreiber, and also in Octover 1966, and presently -
1964 when Lyndon B. Johnsonwon versity in Washington, D. C., my wife, Amy E.Spingarn,and served as technical director. serves as chairman of Camp
his overwhelming victory.The and the Boston University Law of myself in the achievementsof h Recently, John was the recip- Promotion.
of the medal is & iirn ient of two'trophies'and a lyre
purpose SchoolSen. Brookesaw combat the American Negro. Troop No. 77 is sponsored by
for
outstanding service to the
St. Agnes' Church
Pictured above is Mrs R. Choral Department of Miami Episcopal
Computers Speed Fight LaVerne Nealy, foreign lan- Northwestern Senior i High and L. A. Smith serves as
scoutmaster
NAT'L ASS'NRETIRED ;
I guate instructor at Lincoln School. During the football
CIVIL Junior High School, Riviera season, he served as the sta-
Against Job DiscriminationFor EMPLOYEES Beach. Mrs. Nealy has been tistician for the school's team MIAMI Y
TO MEET TIMES
awarded National Defense John's career in scouting began ..
the first time computersare will be placed on magnetic tape NARCE, the National Asso- Education Grant, and will be in October, 1961. He recalls ADS
being used to relate the under a contract signed with ciation of Retired Civil Em- studying advanced languagearts his fear of catching up ......
legal history and experience of the University of Pittsburgh. ployees (Federal Civil Service at the University of with his older scout brothers.
a governmental body working These tapes will be used for Retirees) Greater Miami Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico. However, his dreams of becoming BRING
against discrimination in employment computer storage and retirle- Chapter No. 139, will bold a She will be leaving on June 10, 'a scout at the tender .r rr salr
val and to provide answers to regular meeting on June 15, and is the'daughter' of the age! of fours inspired him t 0
Chairman Stephen N. Inquires fromtheCommission's at Alcazar Hotel, at 1:30 p.m. Alston J. Scotts (Rubye) of the reach his goal, in spite of disappointments RESULTSeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
Shulman announced today that Washington headquarters All Federal Civil Service Re- Grove. problems, and
the Equal Employment Oppor- and its regional offices. tirees and their guests are
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i .t THE_ ._ .MIAMI,n q __ TIMES._ Friday.. June 9.. 1967



ft.3jfjMJ V-V'\ e To Be Equalby



Office: 6530NW 15th Ave., Miami,.Flo. 33147 Phones; 691.0421 \ Whitney M. Young Jr.
By Booker T. ha
H. E.-SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher yes '1"'T'T"'T' 1i
Executive Director National Urban
GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor League

WILLIAM W. McBRIDE City Editor Fame Fortune Bring ChangesOver
STANLEY I. SWEETING. Theatrical Editor ,

Member of the Notional Newspaper Publishers Association the years, fame or fortune has been the only means of 'The Role of Negro CollegesThere

escape for the Negro in his drive for first class citizenship.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES These credentials have been the necessary requirements for
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 Negroes desirous of sharing the upper plateau of American are few positions in American high education more

society. Some have made it, but in doing so, they discard all important or sought after than that of Dean of Harvard:ollege.
Entered a* Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the PostOffice few positions less sought after than that of staff
With few exceptions, are
of the life from which they came. There
under the of March 8 1876 identity
at Miami, Florida, act uncredited in the
Negro college South.
Negroes having been fortunate enough. to gain a degree of members of a small

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" fame, or amass a fortune, have lost all contact with the Ne-
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America con best lead struggle for equality. Their time and energy is spent Yet the Dean Harvard College, Dr.John U. Monro, recently
the world from racial and national antagonism when it accord gro fortifying the Initial cause of their own acceptance.They have quit his Job to take the p 0 sit ion of Director of Freshman
to man regardless of his race, creed or color his in Ala. This
every dismembered themselves from the main body, and become Studies at Miles College Birmingham, step had
human and 'legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no mon- he
be totally se- effect of an atomic blast on the educational community.Many .
will never the
from which they
Negro Press strives to help every man In the firm bolief that aliens to a cause
didn't understand why would leave
just anyone a
people
all hurt long Is held bocll.1Jr parated.
men are as as anyone
position laden with prestige and status to face the task of work-

The real puzzler is that once a Negro has achieved eitherof ing in a Negro college in the Deep South.

otrbook these necessities, he becomes immediately acceptable,
lJiditor' despite his origin. The basic differences between Black and Dean Monro gave the answer. "I want to disassociate myself .

White that appears to mean so much, become trivial and un- from any idea that this is a sacrifice," he said it a s a

POLITICALLY SPEAKING important. Social functions, from which he would have ordi- job of enormous reward" He set an example other educators

narily been banned, becomes the order of the day. Interracial should follow. The challenge of deeply influencing the course
Go V e nor Claude Kirk has vetoed a bill that would keep factor in whose student bodies
marriage, which is said to be the restraining of education in colleges come from backgrounds
Florida's election polls open an hour later.He is afraid of ex- Negro-white relations, becomes a matter of his individual of poverty and segregation is far more rewarding to
posing last-minute voters to the Influence of final returns from
choice.It men whose intellectual vigor is matched by their sense of
other states. moral justice, than teaching in our established and prestigious
Rep.DickPettigrew, chairman of the House Elections Com- appears that once a Negro has achieved he is adopted Into institutions.
mittee, said an effort would be made to over-ride :the: veto. white society. His acceptance may not be total, but the effort

put forth to cover any raw spots would soothe a rattlesnake.It Miles College is an excellent example of the Important work
i NOW, IT'S BINGO seems the penalty for such acceptance is a complete severance being done by the Negro colleges in the South. For the past
from past environments. He must show a preferencefor under Miles' brilliant and
three summers dedicated President
Bingo has beem votedlegal on a limited basis by the Florida He Is to take a seaton
his new found surroundings. expected Lucius Pitts Dean Monro has t ken
Dr. a par t in the
Legislature. It's to Governor Kirk. General
now up Attorney of the lower
and view the struggle
his higher vantage point
curriculm for freshmen
of
development a new and a
Earl Faircloth thinks the bill enacted is programof
as constitutional. would be
class as an uninterested observer. To participate, grooming high school students for college work. Miles is the
considered an ungrateful act by his new found associates.The .
only college accessible to Negro students in the Birminghamarea.
LICENSE FEE INCREASEDDrivers' Most of them attend the segregated high school which hasa
general consensus of opinion is that these individualsare
license examinations will be costing more, if the brainwashed as to their obligation to the cause. Negroeswho student body of 4,000. By focusing on these students, motivating

bill becomes law. The fee will be$3.00 for re-examination, if by virtue of their achievements should serve as living them to continue their education and providing remedial

your license is suspended or revoked, $15.00. examples to our Negro children are rarely seen by Negro work to heal the scars of their inferior, segregated public
school Miles is living to the
training
up highest responsibilities -
children except through the medium of television. Because of
The City Commission has passed an ordinance that would pre- the economic halo under which they live, many Negro child of American Colleges. Few others, with greater prestigeand
vent small from the streets. resources, are doing nearly as much.
boys selling newspapers on ren are unaware that many of our greatest athletes are Ne

groes. Unaware that some of our greatest entertainers are ..
About half the Negro college students intheco' try
Negroes, and unaware that some of our greatest statesmen .
: GOVERNOR KIRK DISPLEASEDGovernor have been 100,000 attend predominately Negro colleges. Many of them
Negroes. are doing so at great sacrifice to their families and their own
Kirk is much displeased with teachers because efforts to help others often keep them from continuing their
they have voted for sanctions unless provision is made for the Negroes like Jim Brown and Willie Mays will always serveas own education. One student said: "I'd like so much to go to

increase of salary requested, backed by the Florida Education fitting examples for our Negro youth, because they have grad school, but I've got to get my sister through allege
Association. The Governor wants to know if the FEA speaksfor balked at the adoption process. They have refused to allow first."

the 55,000 school teachers. their identities to become smeared. There is no question as
to where their loyallty may be. Their feats, make them eli- This sacrifice and dedication to the goals of higher education

NEGRO DEMOCRATS ON THE MOVE gible for the same lofty perch occupied by others, but they is one of the great unsung stories today. If Dean Monro
have refused to be seated, and because of this will alwaysbe did nothing else, he deserves the gratitude of all Americansfor
Negro Demoncratic office holders from across the countrymet admired by Negro children and adults alike focusing national attention on the needs and dedication of

in Washington Friday and Saturday to launch a major cam- the students attending these schools.

paign to aid the Johnson administration in holding the politically --.-.-......... 0----......
vital support of Negro vote in 1968. They labor under great handicaps.Our big universities have

The opening speech was made by Vice-President Hubert millions of dollars endowment income, but these schools have
Humphrey. All persons, clubs, organizations, etc. who may have mailed to scrape along on a shoestring. While some support comes
The organizer of this meeting is Deputy Democratic National contributions to the Charles Allen, Jr. Reward Fund and had from the United Negro College Fund and other institutions and

Chairman Louis Martin who will seek to mobilize our them returned, are asked to please re-submit them. A mix- individuals, there is a crying need for massive help to enable
elected Democratic leadership across the country into a task up as to procedure has resulted in the return of some of these them to do the job which must be done.

force to help solve problems of the ommunity and to sup- donations. The situation has since been straightened out and
port the Democratic legislative programs that are vital to the all contributions should be mailed to the: Charles Allen Jr. They are certainly being shortchanged not only by private
community. Reward Fund, C/O Lincoln National Bank of Miami, 6015 N.W. sources, but also by government. For example, only 2.7 per-
7th Avenue, Miami, Florida. cent of all state aid to higher education went to predominantelyNegro

colleges, and they got a shameful less than 1 percentof
DISTRICT COMMUNITY COUNCIL all federal aid. Some non-monetary help is coming from

A new organization that should prove helpful in general, is programs like the Urban League's Summer Fellowship program -

the Cenral District Community Council, formed by the Browns- A NEW MAYORIn This pro g ram enlists business firms which provide
ville-Liberty City Community and the Sheriffs Department. summer employment for faculty members, giving them the experience -

It should be valuable helping to reduce crime and juvenile de an election for mayor of Miami Beach on Tuesday, Attorney with the techniques of modern industry, which they
linquency. Its object is also to seek elimination racial ten I: Jay Derner defeated former Mayor Elliott Roosevelt can then impart students.
sion. 'with a vote of 10354 to 8,289.
As Ye Editor sees it, there is very little, if any racial ten- The Negro colleges offer the only chance for most Negro
high school graduates in the South to continue their education.And .
sion existing at the present time;but a stitch in time, can save
nine. SOME GOOD ADVICE in addition to this task, many of the colleges are also en-
rolling poor white students from their areas.
Solicitor General Thurgood Marshall, addressing meetingof
COLLEGE GRADUATESOn 600 in Muskogee, Okla., gave his audience some worthwhile This year, Howard University marks its 100th anniversary,
advice. and this month, thousands of Negro students graduate from
May 28,129 students graduated from Barry College' 102 Speaking about Stokely Carmichael and Muhammad All he Howard and the more than 200 other predominately Negro col-
were residents from the Diocese of Miami and 37 other students said: "If black power means the Negro should use his right to leges. Both events are reminders of the important role these

Bishop Patrick Shanley, OCD, awarded the degrees vote then I am for it. If you believe like Muhammad All that schools play in American education. They have educated many

The principal speaker was Father Urban Voll, staff editorof every man who is black is right, then I am against you of America's most prominent artists, lawyers, doctors, and
the Catholic Theological Encyclopedia. "As a lawyer, I believe in being practical. laws are only others, most of whom would not have been able to attain the

good if you abide by them. You just can't build yourself by dis. heights of their professions without the training they got at
obeying the law.He who lives by the sword dies by the sword' these schools.

UNIVERSITY OF MIAMIOn

HOPE FOR PEACEThe

Monday, June 5, 1200 graduates received degrees the June 14 is Flag Don't
United Nations appealed for a cease fire in the Israeli- Day.
University of Miami. Dr Howard W.Johnson was the speaker.
Egypt conflict. President Johnson and Prime
Minister Harold
The University's five undegraduate schools awarded degrees -
to 942 candidates, and the graduate school presented 140 Wilson of England have also made a plea for peace. Forget to Display
Let us hope that peace will come and all differences will be
23 students
Master's degrees. There were receiving Ph Ds;
settled not only with Isreal and but
Egypt, also with the United
130 were acclaimed for exceptional academic accomplishments ,
States and North
86 graduated cum laude; 38 magna cum laude and six I Vietnam. Your Flag!

summa cum laude.
"0 God of Love 0 of
King Peace,
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Two students received Woodrow Wilson Fellowships for
Make wars within this world to cease -
1966-67
Thy wrath of sinful
The ceremonies were held at the Miami Beach Convention man restrain MERCHANTS WHO THE
Hall. Give peace, 0 God, give peace again. ADVERTISE IN
MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY

"Whom shall we trust but thee, 0 Lord? APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.

'., Interesting, but not so encouraging generally is the news that Where rest but on thy faithful word? THEY ARE COURTEOUS DEPENDABLE.
None called thee in vain ,
ever on
\ ,
605,199 American youths were rejected by the draft authorities
Give peace, 0 God, give peace again" _PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!
in 1966. Of these, 176,000 were rejected on Mental Tests.
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Our Readers The Negro Administrator's' f


... ..... Speak... -' DilemmaPersons LET'S TALK POLITICS i
l 1"' ;""v ( Out'a.
reluctant to sec the end of the dual school sys-

tem in the South frequently point with some conviction to Dv NORMAN F. JONES 1

I : clfAYq the fact that many Negro principals are cither openly or Fall Of One Party System
Tj tacitly opposed to the phasing out of Negro schools or to

I local desegregation action which would tend to change the The summer of 1923 Is one of the most fateful periods in the \
,
-"-",-,".... '\. ..dr.J / I balance of students in any school from predominantly Negro political history of the United States, ranking along with the
-' I to predominantly white. The allegation is thus made that Emancipation of the slaves,the rise and fall of the reconstruction -

letters to the EditorCo. Negro school leaders-and often Negro influential in the era and the adoption of the Infamous "Black Codes" by t

community as well-are themselves opposed to school de- the Southern Democratic party. it
segregation. As usual the Negro was the"cause."Herbert Hoover domi-
C 3rd Bn 6th
Infantry nated the Republican from the time Cal
party Coolidge announced -
There be
little
APO 09742 seems to research available that supportsthis
his withdrawal as a Republican candidate for presi- \
New York, N.Y. position but empirical observation of the desegregationprocess
dent with hlstypical pungency," I do not choose to run." Hoover t
Dear Sir would certainly indicate that the Negro administrator -
was in as the Republican candidate for president.
personally has a lot to lose in professional stature in a Prior to the Republican convention which was set for Kansas I

I Sp/4 Smiley of Miami,wish to express my sincere appreciation -. movement which he may support ideologically By the same City, Mo., Hoover made no bones that the Negro had no
and warm thanks for your write up on me sometime token, if desegregated schools do not offer meaningful.learning ,place in his administration and that < "He" would drive the t t

back in your paper had hoped to write sooner to thank you,p experiences for Negro children or if the children find I "black and tans" out of the convention and seat the "Lily 1 i

but time didn't permit. themselves even less exposed to Negro leadership, it is not white" delegations from the Southern States.He was prevailed (

I read your paper each week, and find lots of important information difficult to see why short-range opposition to school desegregation upon by the "old guard' that such action would sound the death I

about our town. Its not often one can keep up with i emerges from the Negro community.As knell to the Republican party, to no avail.
their home town news as I do. It make one feel right at home. the dual Even at the last minute-Republican stalwarts could notbe- i
system is gradually discarded schools
I am here with a few of my friends from Miami who read your many 1 lieve the Negro out of the Republican party and "murdered"
paper also. We read about the states in our Berlin paper, but -mostly Negro-arc phased out; the process often starts at: the grand old party setting the stage for Its passing from the
not much information about Miami. the secondary level. Boards of public instruction are faced 1 dominant national party up to that time. t

Again "Thanks to you" but its only apart of how happy you! with the prospect of retaining principals who, due to their r While the momentum of long dominance carried Hoover into

have made me, to see my picture and the write up in your paper limited background and training are sometimes poorlyqualified the White House, it marked the end of the National dominance

Thanks very much to all of you. for administration. Prior to desegregation in the: of the Republican party, and set the s tag e for the N e g r o to

South, Negro administrators worked only in schools serving move enmasse to the National party, giving rise to the politi-

Sp/4 Percy J. Smiley Negro communities while white administrators were mostly, cal truism, "the Negro is the balaance of power in National

confined to white schools. In the multi-cultural school the politics." w wIt

Editors Note: If any of our readers have relatives in the ser- situation is totally different, and the children demonstratea I was the blackest day in the political history of the Negro. .

vice, bring in their pictures and information on their where- wider range of values, abilities and cultural orientations. This was the "sellout" of the Negro by the Republican i

abouts for publication in "Our Boys in Service". column. This leads to difficulties for both white and Negro pupils 1 party, the first being the "infamous deal" with the Southern
Democratic party to withdraw federal troops from the South
,
but to even greater difficulties for the white and
Dear McBride Negro in for White
Mr. : exchange key House, thus ending the reconstruction -
teachers and administrators.The .
era, and putting the recently physically enancipated Negro
Your article on the Florida A & M problem was most en- position of the Negro administrator is particularJyprecarious. back in the maws of his former slaveholders.

lightening and encompassing. However I felt that you were too i Under the dual school system, schools for Ne- This "double-cross" of the Negro by Herbert Hoover, was {

objective and passive in your viewpoints on the A & M problem groes, both high schools and colleges, were often inadequately the most cruel, as it was unnecessary, as the Republican party .'

But I guess we don't all think on the same level of f financed, understaffed, and poorly equipped, and Negro( was so strong and the fragmented Demoncratic party dominated (
thought. Upon reading about the proposed merger of A & M and I administrators have often been placed and retained in jobs' by the Southern Wing was fragmented to the point of dis-

FSU in the May 19 edition of the Miami Herald, I became so 1 for reasons other than professional. While it is unfair for solution and posed no threat. !
incensed that I Immediately sat down and wrote a two-page! boards release 1
them
to from administrative jobs or to reassign
letter to Robert Graham of Miami
blistering Representative ,
; them as teachers when a school is phased out, it is equally
who sponsored the, merger proposal. And almost immediately Phil Ossofer I
unfair to expect them to survive in a multi-cultural situation
after sending this letter to Tallahassee, I received from Rep.
| for which the quality of their training is often deficient.At .
Graham a portfolio of eye-opening facts and fig u r es. In the
portfolio, which included a personal letter from Rep.Graham, the same time, where Negro administrators arc fully Slavery and segregation were As a result many of our large
I received a complete report of Rep. Graham's sub-com- qualified and can meet advanced degree requirements and based on economics, the the- firms are pointing advertising

mittee's report, and immediately I observed that the newspapers other competitive criteria for professional advancement, ory of free and cheap labor. toward this tremendous market -
hadn't told the full story. Also include in this portfolio of t southern boards have thus far proved reluctant to give them The fact that in recent historythe Some have hired Negro )

facts was the House Appropriation Committee's report and recommendations appointments heading newly desegregated schools or schools victims of these ungodly public relations agencies, and
for 1969-71 biennium institutions have been posses- others are hiring Negroes as
as pertinent Florida i with predominantly white pupils
sors of dark skins really had marketing experts. One in
universities, and In particular, FAMU. There rriay be' sacral 1' ,artial solutions to the
emerging nothing to do with the econo- particular, a famous hair col- I
I sincerely would like to share with you and the Times some Negro administrator's dilemma whereby he finds himself mic motives Involved. The oring manufacturer, is using

of the most revealing facts and figures concerning educationin cither unqualified for appointment to administrative positionin color of skin, combined with such an expert. (Well, they've 1

Florida you've ever seen.So at your invitation, I could come a desegregated school or, if qualified, finds the hoard cultural differences, (forcedon been using our heads in their I
down to the Times and share some of these eye-openers. Fur- hesitant to place him in a position of authority over white those who were enslavedand business for a long time. f

thermore, the short interaction between Rep. Graham and my- pupils and teachers. These partial solutions, perhaps incf- then segregated), have Thank goodness, at last they ;

self, sort of proved the influence of "letter-power." There- fee the in isolation, may) prove more forceful as they arc all been used as excuses to enable are using their own head! i
fore, since I know that many of our area's citizens would like brought into play. those in power to maintain
to write their representatives in Tallahassee about problems sources of cheap labor.In Firms are trying to upgrade J
concerning their future in Florida, I have enclosed a complete ((1)) Lcadenhip liaising programs for administrators for recent years the breaking ,the Negro's image of himself, 1
listing of our representatives' addresses in Tallahassee.The multi-cultural schools. down of segregation with the knowing that this will eventually -

addresses, as you will see, are their home addresses, so that Institutes and training; programs thus far have attempted help of Federal ws along with enlarge his buying power \
one wishing to write can be assured of a personal reply. I thinkit ; mostly to prepare teachers for work in multi-cultural schools; movements to improve the''< .

would be a great public service of the Times If these addresses these need to be extended to preparing both white and Nc- educational cultural status of Times truly have changed.

were printed. In conclusion though, I would like to thank; gro administrators at the master's and doctoral levels to those who have been segregated Economics started our racial
you for your article. It opened a'few sleepy eyes around this of have altered our economic 1 troubles, and it is apparentthat
assume positions leadership. Since
town, as to the fact that there is a problem at A & M. programs arc already J picture. At the present time >I economics will be a fac-
funded and underway to train talented young Negroes for ,the Negro's purchasing power tor in ending them by abettingand

Thank you, management positions in engineering, industry, and government ,has soared to billions of dollars serving the very people it
programs of a similar nature for education will be : annually. exploited in the past.

Richard Gibson, Jr. in severe competition for qualified trainees. School boards '*

Opa-locka, Florida may find it advantageous to give assistance! to potential WHEN THEY MEETA
young Negro administrators! on their staffs who wish! to further
THE FLORIDA 8EIU.TE-1t17 their training. Conference and Convention Guide

FINCHER Dick-1202 Gardenia Drive
GONG, Bdmond J.-Prince Manor Apt %11HAVERFIELD. ((2)) Dual administrative appointments.Some NATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL AND '
Robert M.-Vlckers Trailer Park
HOLLAHAN. George I., Jr.-1464 Marlon Avenue boards arc experimenting !successfully with appointing BAPTIST TRAINING UNION CONGRESS

POSTON. Ralph R.-The Lions 710 N. Oadaden both white and Negro principals to, an administrative Milwaukee, Wisconsin June 19-25, 1967 ;;
SHEVIN, Robert L.-2310 Amelia Circle team in desegregated schools. Such! a procedure is1 I
SPENCER, Tom-Senator Apta., Apt. 7, 680 W. Dr. O. Clay Maxwell, President of the National' Sunday ,
Virginia Street prosing especially helpful during the period when a' school School l and Baptist Training Union Congress, will greet
STONE.Oadxden Richard B.-The Lions, Apt. 4, 710 N. is changing over from a segregated to a desegregated status. several l hundred delegates and

WEISSENBORN, Lee-Holiday Inn Administrators can be allocated different responsibilities visitors to the annual conference .4

within, school with equal or unequal authority dependingon of the organization in. ,/Milwau

ADDRESSES IN TALLAHASSEE Of their qualifications. It is essential, of course, for the kee.The
DADE DELEGATION Negro administrator to be functioning member of the administrative w. Congress, founded In '!

BAKER Maxine E.-Jamaica Palms Apartments team with full authority commensurate to the 1916, strives to promote Christian -
(Apartment 2-A) Education through the Sun-
qualifications he brings to the job.!
ROWER.. David L.-Route S, Box 21, Old St. ; day School and the Baptist Train-
Augustine Road. ((3)) Further revisions in federal guidelines. ing Union, and Is basing Its conference .
D'ALEM BERTH, Talbot-1935 Dawsejr, Apt. 1 '
DUBBIN, Murray H.-1828 West Pensacola, Apt. 24 The present guidelines state that "race, color, or na- on the theme "Christian 1
FEATHERSTONE Harold O.-II BaYberry Lane.Tancl.wood tional origin may not be a factor in the hiring or assign Education< and the Challenge of ,:
Estates, State Road 20 "
mcnt to schools or within schools of teachers other Change.
FERRE Maurice--Southerner* Motel (Temporary) or professional
Since Its beginning the Congress 1
FIRESTONE George-1203 Russell Road staff except to correct the effects of past dis- !I
GAUT1ER-Jeff Balnbrldge Road. has grown steadily and
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OISSENDANNER Elton J.-Holiday Inn Room 111 criminatory assignments. While continuous progress has Dr. 0. Clay Maxwell membership now exceeds 8,000. ,
,GRAHAM D. Robert-1030 Holland Drive been called for in the desegregation of teachers, no specific ,t
HARRIS Marshall S.-2310 Don Patriclo mention has been made of administrators. It is possible that tons and. talents.I r
HARTNETT, Robert C.-c/o Jim Apthorp Meridian
Plantation future policy revisions may include provision for the desegregation ((5)) Responsible Negro pressures.In .
HECTOR Robert C.-The Lions Apartments 710 of administrate
N. Gadsden Apt. IHOLLOWAY. assignments. several communities in Florida the responsible Negro

Vernon C.-712 Gadsden ((4)) Central office appointments. i influcntials, are asking questions about the future of Negro
LEWIS Gerald-905 Kenllworth Road
MATTHEWS, Carey-Colony Inn Motel, 2111 West While Negro administrators have not been appointed in administrators where they have been displaced by the phas-

MYERS Tennessee, Kenneth M.-Town & Country Apartments, any great numbers to principalships of newly desegregated i ing out of ,Negro schools or where young Negroes who are
940 West Brevard St., Apt A-5-1 schools, they have in many counties been selected for ccn- f fully qualified professionally are seeking administrative asignment. -

PETTIGREW Richard-1572 Mitchell Street tral office positions. The image of the Negro as a successful $ As more and more competent Negroes seek promotion -
SACKETT, Walter W., Jr., M.D.-IOI: East College
Sheet administrator has thus been maintained where the signifi- legitimate pressures will increase for their place-
SINGLETON Carl A.-136 Holiday Inn, Room 138 '
cancc of the administrative responsibilities connected with I mcnt ai administrators of multi-cultural schools.
WOLFSON, Louis Tallahassee ApartmentsYARBROUGH
Jess-Holiday Inn, Room 154 these positions has been commensurate with his quahfica- Cordon Foster, Associate Director





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The School Board honored 126 retiring employes, Wednes-
day, June 7 at Lindsey Hopkins Education Center. Each received By Gwendolyn Lavern Ross

a certificate of service. .
After their gala wedding reception in New York City, the tf Seventeen senior girls, representing Mays and Palmetto
Frank Reeves headed for a honeymoon in Miami and Bimini. \ High Schools, were among 124 debs presented at Delta Sigma
In Nashville for her daughter's (Ericka) graduation from Theta's 17th annual Debutante Cotillion on Friday evening,
Fisk was Mrs. Valencia Williams June 2 at Miami Beach auditorium.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman (Myrtis) Williams are in Cincinnati In white dresses reminiscent of the Civil War days, and
to see son, Carrol graduate from Xavier University. carrying nosegays of red carnations, each deb curtsied bet.
Vacationing In Central Florida for a week are Mr. and Mrs. ween two large replicas of cameos, glided down the stairs,
Van Lee and daughter, Patti.A .. where she was met by her father. At this point, she court-
weekend at Talladega College for classes in reunion this sled to the sorors, and then was escorted to their position on

year saw Hazel Wright and Josie Roberts among those attend- the dance floors.
ing from Miami. The girls were: LaFrancis Aikens, Sandra Atkins, Jewel

Dear ole Booker T. Washington's faithful alumni said good- Armstrong, Sonya Daniels, Sharon Hepburn, Joy Gray, Doro-
bye to a' school that was once the pride of this community. thy Johnson, Amelia ,jes, Elsie King, Roberta and Violet

Many of its graduates are occupying;responsible jobs In this Martin, Gwendolyn Ross, LaGloria Roberts,SusanShedd,Ruth

city, the States and abroad. Taylor, Thomacina White, and Betty Woods.
Mrs. Herman (Millis) Symonette received a plaque from the Ninth graders at Richmond Heights Junior High School

alumni, as Mother of the Year. She was honored for having "moved" to Paris, France, for their prom on Friday night,
seven children graduate from Booker T. Washington High. June 2. From sidewalk cafes, couples watched as a bubbling
Mr. and Mrs. Garnald Burrows (Edwina) christened their fountain showered miniature Eiffel Towers with water
first son, Garnald Leslie at the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation xrd The first part of the evening was devoted to discotheque-

Sunday, June 4 in the afternoon. A reception was ing to the latest records.

held at their home, 2240 NW 86th Terrace. Mays High senior Marvann Stevens, entertained the group
Wedding bells will ring for Miss Josephine Rowe, daughterof by singing "Hypnotized." Stephanie and the Incredibles (Stephanie -
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rowe and Mr.Carrol Williams, son of Bullard, Mary Moore, and Joanne Stevenson) sang
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Williams on Saturday, June 10 at the "Baby, Baby", and "Respect" for their classmates.
P.B.A. Hall. Rev. James Brown will perform the ceremony.The A series of slower records, labeled"Moonlight Silohuette"
couple will reside at 1891 NW 29th Place, Carol City. closed the evening.A .

Happy Birthday to Little Terrah Hanna of Nassau, who will pink and white "Carousel" whirled amid the dancers at

celebrate her birthday on Friday, June 9. Terrah is our god- Palmetto's Junior-Senior prom on Friday night, June 2 at

child. Bayfront auditorium.
Get well wishes to James Henderson at Veteran's Hospital, Senior Candy Cook reigned as prom queen with Linda Ho-

Fred DeVeaux at Jackson. ward, Pat Mclaughlin, Anita Oaks, and Deedee Yates as her
Tuesday, June 6 was Earle Finley's Day at Dunbar. A great princesses.The .

gesture for a fellow who's A-OK. Grievance Committeea local bait Clayed for the dance.Andy's .
Former Governor Leroy Collins will betheuest speaker at ''F home after the prom was the action place. Palmetto t

the 37th annual Fellowship Day of the Dade County Classroom ,' senior, Andrea Moore had invited her friends over for a celebration f
Teachers Association June 14 at 9 a.m. in Dinner Key Auditorium (
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at her grandparents(Mr.and Mrs.John Knowles) homein
Howard.
Mrs. A. Barrow of East Elmhurst,Long Island, Is the house- Patricia A. Davis Weds Frank C. Martin Elementary School held its fifth grade pro-
guest of Amanda Franklin and Mrs.W.Johnson Now that Mrs. motional exercises on Friday morning, June 2.
has "sand in her shoes she has decided to purchasea
Barrow ,
Using "Time is a River" as their theme, four fifth graders
home in Florida before to New York.
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Ivery Clifton spoke on some phase of time.
Another June wedding is scheduled for Saturday, the tenth,, The class recited the poem by that title. It sang "Born ;
when Placile Wells and James Hall will wed.
The former Miss Patricia A. 'I II of 1965 Tuskeana, Captain H. Free," "You'll Never Walk Alone," and "Yesterday."
After spending the weekend in Miami to attend the graduatior;
Davis of Miami was married 'I CO. 15 Reg. National Societyof During the program, awards were made to deserving students -
of her brother, J. Hartman Taylor, Jr. from Curley, Mr. and I
to Lt. Ivery D. Clifton, on May i I scabbard and blade, mem- .
Mrs. Winston (Cassandra) Edwards and son, Winston, Jr. re-
28. Matrimonial rituals were 1 ber of Who's Who Among Students "Turkey Point," a scout campsite donated by Florida Power
turned to Portsmouth Virginia.
conducted in the WashingtonChapel In AmericanCollegesand and light company, was the setting for the bridging ceremony,
Janet Ruth Walkes will Join the June brides come Saturday,,
I A. M. E. Church, I Universities. Recipient of 1965 on Saturday, June 3. Conducted by Girl Scout troop No. 857,
June 10, when she'll be married to Mr. William Alonzo New-
Tuskegee Institute, Alabama .most valuable cadet award, J. (Mrs. Miriam Pratt) the ceremony served as an Introductionto
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some. A reception will follow at her home, 3373 Thomas Ave'
Edna Russell, a teacher at Nassau'sGovernmentHfghspent.. The bride is the daughter of I 0. Thomas Award. Mr.Clifton senior scouting for Cadette Troop No. 405 (Mrs. Clara
the weekend la Miami. Mrs. Rachel Perry and the late recently resigned from the Brooks).
Mr. Ray L. Davis of Miami. Resource DevelopmentBranch The 3,000 acre tract, which is located near Homestead Air
TEENAGERS NEEDED FOR DAY CAMPS The Volunteer The groom is the son of Mr. of Tennessee Valley Force Base, includes a beach and picnic area for public use.
Services Bureau of the Welfare Planning Council currently is and Mrs. B. J. Clifton of Authority and will enter active Reserve Sunday, June 18,for attending the Woman's Day activities -
recruiting members of TARS (Teens Aid the Retarded) to Statesboro, Georgia. duty training, at Ft. Lee,Vir- at Second Baptist Church. So you won't miss a single
work in day camps for the retarded this summer. ginia in July of 1967. event, the publicity committee has provided a schedule: 9:30
Miss Davis is an honor senior J
A trio of European beauties has swept the 1968 AllAmerican at Tuskegee Institute with a Miss Gwendoly Clifton, sis- a.m., Sunday School, Mrs. Beatrice Grant, superintendent; 1
Rose Selection awards. The winners are: Miss All-Ame- major in socialogy. She was a ter of the groo,was the maid 10:45 a.m. Morning Worship, Mrs. Laura Saunders, newly t
rican Beauty, Scarlet Knight and Europeana. They will be member of the Pre Alumni of honor. Mr. Willie Caldwellwas appointed principal of A. L. Lewis Elem.; 5:00 p.m. Baptist (

available this fall Club, received the 1966. J. the best man. Brides- Training Union, Mrs. Verdre Reed presiding; At 7:30 p.m. .
maids were Miss Amelia Dun- A tribute to local Women's Clubs, Mrs.Joan Gray, news writer ;
Rhonda Davidson, daughter of Daisy A.Davidson, and a Phillips Award and the 1967 nell Katrina Glbbs, Ellery for the News Leader, keynoter.

1967 graduate of Miami Edison Senior High School is planningto Veterans Administration Ser- Ross and Dobbie i Strenger.Groomsmerii Mrs. Allen Glover of Bainbridge, Georgia, is visiting at the 1
attend Miami-Dade Junior this fall and in vice Award.Lt. .
College major were Mr.Johnny home of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr.and Mrs. James 1

fashion modeling. Clifton i received his B.S Brown, Robert Bennett, Mar- Marshall (Wyla Merle), at 13900 Harrison Street. ",

Students returning home for summer from Tennessee A&I and M.S. degrees from Tuske- via Clifton and Thomas

University are Morris Anderson, Marilyn Bellamy,LivingstonDeal gee Institute respectively. He Durante. GRADUATION EXERCISES ;
Phil Edgecombe, Gwendolyn Faison, Willis Jackson, was commissioned 2/Lt.U.S. Serving at the reception were Mays High School, 8:00 p.m., June 14, Dade County Audi-
Sheila McDuffie, Terry Parker, Bernadette Perry, Thaddeus AR QMC in 1965.While at Tus Mrs. M. R. Crocker and Mrs. torium, Mildred Hall, val. and Elsie King,sal.; Palmetto High

Pinckney, Michael Payne, Paula Rucker, Janis Sanders. kegee he was Associate Editor Rose of Tuskegee. School, 9:30: a.m., June 10, Dade County Auditorium, Sheldon 1
Axler, Vat, and Janet Williamson, Sal.
The Stanley Newbolds were happpy to entertain their grand- (

niece, Patsy Bostic Xformer Miss Northwestern)and children, \/
and TEACH US TO LIVE 1...." ,..,.........,'" ." ..'.." ,....,.+.+.++ (
Lisa George from New York City. Patsy came down especially -
to participate in her class reunion activities and also God of love Forgivel! Forgivel! Join the NAACP :
to attend the graduation of her cousin,Brenda Joyce Freeman Teach us how to Truly Live,
from Bethune-Cookman Ask not creed 1
College.Mrs. us our race or --- tSSUUfffSSgtgMfgfSSSUSfSSSmfSd
Just take us In our hour of need, T
Lillian Pleasure will be leaving shortly for a vacation And let us know You love us, too, z

with relatives and friends.It And that we are A PART of YOU c
And someday man realize '
was "happy birthday" for Larry Souter on Saturday night. That all the earth may, the seas and skies Jack's MEN'S WEAR ,
He entertained a large number of friends on his 16th birthday.
Belong to God who made us all
It was also a going away party for Larry since he will be leav- SEE "MR. JACK"FOR
the rich the the great the small
,
poor, ,
ing for his vacation this Friday night via Greyhound for Madi-
And in the Father's '
Holy SightNo STYLES
Florida. is the of and John FOR ALL AGES
son, Larry son Mr. Mrs. (Evelyn)
Souter.Mr. man is yellow, black or white, T1i. V.. Lat..t h M..'. F*.hi... :
and Peace on Earth cannot be found SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS 1
and Mrs. Earl Edwards celebrated their 25th wedding Unitl we Meet on Common Ground ITALIAN SHOD 1
anniversary last week in Fort Pierce with Mr.and Mrs. Levy And every man becomes a Brother 944 NW
2nd Are. Miami Florida t te
Baker. Also in on the event were son Clifford, granddaughter, Who worships God and loves each other. ,
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Charlynn D. Rhodriquez Kella Baker and Mrs. Gustiva Hus- ]

saln. Helen Steiner Rice t

Birthday greetings to Mrs. Bessie 0. Johnson, June 11.
Baccalaureate at Church of the Incarnation is Sunday, Jun SEWING
Winston Scavella motored to Miami Sunday morning after 11th at the 11 o'clock service. MACHINE"REPAIR

being discharged from the U. S. Air Force as a Lieutenant.He .
SPECIAL"Cleaned
attended the graduation exercises in Tuskegee Institute and
had the pleasant and delightful company of Kathlene Hepburn, & Oiled In Your Home

Wilma Hepburn and Curtestine May on the trip to the "Magic MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE *Adjust Tensions

City." MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY *Free Needle & Belt Total Cost 1150

Kathlene Hepburn is home visiting friends and relatives before APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. Check all Wiring All Makes
leaving for a summer in Brazil, South America. Miss *1 Year Guarantee & Models
THEY ARE COURTEOUS DEPENDABLE.
Curtestine May of Tampa is her houseguest. Misses Hepburnand ,
May were graduated from Tuskegee Institute with M.Ed PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMI 634-6242
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ANNUAL TWI-LIGHT SIP SUMMER DAY CAMP AT .... -. ,
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Friends and members of the THE NORTHWEST YWCA \
Jolly Friends Social and Civic
Club, are urged to attend their Northwest YMCA will begin i
annual TwiLight Sip,June 11, June 12 through August 18. wi, iI
at 5:00: p.m., at the home of The hours are from 8:00a.m, P Ppr '
Mr. and,Mrs. Madrid, 900 m'until 5:00 p.m. The programhas .
76th Street. This is the clubs been planned to give a child
one affair for charitable purposes an exciting summer vacationat ..'
home, doing things they like hip f L,
Mrs. Mae Woods, president. to do in arts and crafts,swim
BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING ming daily, and to enrlchen

LINE -0-TYPE their lives with the stories that
all children enjoy. They can
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: The Culmer Gazette,a four-page
attend trips of Interest to t
quarterly newspaper, edited by Director Arthur H. King and broaden their horizons. i
by Culmer Center EOPI is Informative w
published an I
Mrs Bettye Wiggs is camp
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8x10 chock-full-o-news clarion.Its .
initial i edition rates rosebuds. And director Mothers of Year Honored I 1
They're free at either EOPI nine Centers

. BTW prom queen Victoria Starks reneged The Inter-racial Mother's School, Miss Susan Wright. f
. her reigning appearance at Bayfront < Association Inc., of Miami and Each Christmas holiday they I
Park's audit May 12, so runner up queen 't W I Miami Beach held its Seventh sponsor a party for some
Janet Roberts copped the honors and hefty ..4rA Annual Dinner on Wednesday group of children that is not 1
plaudits of the prom's regal romantics. .1.1'j evening, May 10, at the Jewish quite as fortunate as some
The deceased Dr George Styles' mother Cultural Center of Miami others. This party furnishesnew I
Mrs. Mary Styles, to soon occupy her new -- + Beach. outfits of clothing, toys, j
palace at 41st and First. Marguerite Ward-Davis' son Two mothers of the year were fruit etc. that go to make a
Louis Davis m weekending in his native Miami from his adopted Joan C, Thompson, senior at honored for their outstandingwork perfect holiday. This club t
home of Raleigh. Bethune-Cookman Collegewith in the community Mrs. holds a life membership in the

NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Washington, D. C. attorneyand pre- a major in sociology will + d a Cornelia L. Glenn and Mrs. NAACP, affiliate of the Na-
sidential adviser Frank B. Reeves, headed for Bimini with his attend summer school at Yale Inez Baum. Each mother was tional peace Conference and
newly-acquired and charming fraulein Sonora. The surprise University in New Haven,Connecticut presented a plaque by the pre many others. Mrs. Charlotte
get-together was a family-sponsored tete-a-tete for the nephew This fellowship was sident Mrs. Marian Lerner. Spero is the representative to
of Times publisher H. E. S. Reeves. The capitolawyerocean given by the Harvard-Yale- This club is one of the most the Peace Conference being ,
hopped out Sunday ayem for the island-town of Congressman Columbia Intensive Summer outstanding clubs in Dade held in Montreal, Canada this .
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Croumel week. Their main
is to
object
Adam Clayton Powell'sretreat.honeymoonorpolitics)? Studies Program This pro- County. Known for its contributions i
announce the engagement of bring about "
integration in
. Thelma Melton-North now secretary to EOPI legal officer gram would Include free tuition and interest shown to
Judge Ben Sheperd at EOPI Homestead Center. books, meals, travel expenses their daughter, Jacquelyn under privileged boys and every walk of life.
Yvonne, to Mr. Dennis Ross, The officers
and an additional$500 girls without regard to race, are: Mrs.
SALT WATER TAFFY Flora Hadley and daughter Audreywere Jr. of New York City. Marian
: scholarship for tuition at B. color or c r e e d. Every two Lerner. President,
proud mother and sister in Washington,D. C. last Thurs C. C.She. The bride elect and the years they give a scholarshipto Marian Muldrow, Vicepresident
day, when they witnessed the graduation of Howard (Boo) Jr is president of the Wo-groom-to-be received their B. some worthy young personto Irene W. Pratt,Treasurer f
from Howard University School of Medicine.Young Dr.Hadley, men's Senate president of A. degreesfromOakwoodCol- attend Miami-Dade Junior Cornelia L. Glean, Financial ].
the M D. (his pop's Dr Howard Hadley, the dentist) will In- Delta Sigma Theta, Sorority lege, Huntsville, Ala. Just re- College. Their student for secretary, Sallie Dudley ,
terne at Mt Sinai Hospital on Miami Beach. The Cecil Inc. and Treasurer of Alpha, cently, Jacqulyn received her 1967 1969 was chosen from Recording, Secretary, membership
(Carrie) Moses birthday part-ed their daughter Lynda Gail Kappa, Mu Honor Society. Master of Arts degree from Miami Northwestern High of 11 ladies I
June 4 on her 12th anniversary in their 51st Terrace abode Andrews University in Michi-
Joan was a 1964 graduate of
. On Sabbatical leave from Carol City High School, Ronald gan, where Mr. Ross is doing
Young, home last week from Tallahassee visiting his squaw she Miami was the Northwestern president of where the graduate work in theology.The Aranha Conducts Workshop I
Marjorie and their three male moppets. A son Ronald Saxonis wedding will beheld July
student council and a honor -
presently home from New Mexico Highlands University at 2, at Bethany S.D.A. Church,
student She is a niece of Mrs. Ray A ra n h a, well known shops will be held at the Little
Las Vegas, N. M. Gladys Roberts, of 1411 N.W. Miami. actor-r I t e r-director with Stage of the Community Center -
THE WEEK'S WASH: Retired insurance agent S. L. McNeil, 73rd Street. the Miami Actors Company, 2100 Washington Avenue,
supporting-cane in hand, smiling cheerfully for a buddy-col will conduct theatre work Miami Beach.
umnist as he shows his wizardry with tax figures Nassau- shops for all who are inter
vian Coleridge Reeves, over for surgery, discharged from 'Y ested. Beginning this Wesnes- Mr. Aranha is best know in
Jackson Memorial last Wednesday...Every time I think about day evening, June 7, at8:00 Miami for his splendid.performances
how Sheila Coleen Clark's name was left off that Delta Sigma p.m.:, the workshops will be in '\\J. B." and "Slow
Theta debutante 'puritan' list Igetso-o-omad. M*. James held every Wednesday eveningfor Dance on the.Killing Ground"in :,J
Club liquor license lifted ? ? ?Willene Collins writes in from five weeks. A nominal fee which he played leading
her Job Corps unit in Omaha, Neb. Has her sights peeled on of 50$ will be charged per roles. This season with the *j
an excursion trip home for Xmas William Taylor giftedhis workshop session. Sponsoredby Miami Actors Company Mr. ;jj
wife Inez with a six-ft-long stereo-hi fi-radiocombo as a the Acorns Civic Theatre, Aranha appeared in "TheLittie -
pacifyer ending their long estrangement. a community theatre of the Foxes" and "The Sign in ;
performing arts, the work- Sidney Brunstein's Window." le l
STUFF AND SUCH: The Walter (Ethel) Robinson's dotter .
Mary Elizabeth, completed another year at St Peters Catholic
a private seminary in Baltimore. Mrs Robinson's round-
trip Jet flight ended two weeks' stay there with her 12-year- When I take a case, I thoroughly ;

old fledgling who'll spend the summer at home with her mom Smiling Eddie Lee Pittman, study the background
and dad. The Florida School Food Service Association recently popular local businessman and
awarded Dunbar elementary a Certificate recognitionof owner of the Dive-Inn Bar, Events happening years before.can .
superior participation in school lunch programs for 1967. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Austin of 1772 NW 79th St. Phone 691- win a day in court."9 J
Mrs. Eddie Lee Smith is Dunbar's cafeteria manager .Jacob 16230 N,W. 17 Ct. Opa-locka, 9431. He invites all his old ,. ,. "
Webb, top agent with Gulf Life Insurance in all Dade County, announce the engagement of friends to come and meet new' ,
was awarded a weekend stay at Hollywood Beach Hotel along their granddaughter, Hilda friends. Everyone welcome. Maybe that's why I picked .
with other top-ranking agents. Mrs. Webb went along to keep Erby, to Mr. Romeo Ryans Enjoy the pool room and bow- Gordon's London Dry Gin.
ling. Completely air conditioned -
his mind off business. brother of Mr. James Ryans.
(indef) Good English background.Dry .
The wedding is planned for
SWEETS TREATS: North Travel Bur ea u' s secretary June 24. the way I like it."
Delores Forbes accompanied her mom and dad, the Erwin
(Delores) Forbes Sr, and her sister and broinlaw the Louis Charles Coordinating E Lloyd.Council Attorney.Counsel Advisor for The to the Bank Slauson-Wshing/on of Finance.Advisor to Operation
(Doretha) Colebrooks via U.S. 1 Wednesday for the graduation co. Bootstrap IS one of the most successful young lawyers in the Southwest
ceremonies' of their son and brother Erwin Jr from Howard ] 1
University School of Engineering in Washington, D,C.. The s t HfAUAJiBurglar
daily blatts are quoting rumors that because of her successful ,: s' f
lark Leslie i iUggams' Proof Your Horns I / .
performances in'Hallelujah, Baby, nightclub I If Iy Iy4
(scheduled for an Eden Roc Feb.date)salary has sky- II
rocketed to 25G's a week The Gospel Jazz Singers (a date 4\ With Window Replacement 9j
on the Ed Sullivan show scheduled for June 11) at the Carillon j A 1> 1s

Hotel new lounge. Mrs. Hattie Hammitt ended her seven- f.
week vacation stay here with grandarling Mary Kemp. >\. WITH THE REPLACEMENT OF

FIVE OR MORE WINDOWS-WE
Derrell
CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: BTW sophomore
Walton retained the highest scholastic average of the entire I WILL BURGLAR PROOF ALL ,
student body during his academic tenure at Booker T. With the EXTERIOR DOORS IN YOUR a <
phaseout of BTW this term's end,young Walton takes his know I HOME AT NO EXTRA COST TO a }
ledge bag to Miami Central High where he'll enter a junior in .. YOU.
September. The Walter Robinsonshecelebrated his natal
holiday Monday, June 5) son Robert becomes an Eastern Air (,
Lines clerk In two weeks' time. Another son Thomas, a MorI I f

gan State grad, is employed at Southern Bell Telephone. jj
the Debs The Ronald(Edna King) Clarke Sr's son I
Digging : Reduce costly I air con d I. J +
Ronald Jr (BTW grad)escorting a young lovely at the debutante >,
cotillion Sumner Hutcheson in dittoing. C. C. North, j tioning expenses with Quality S
NTB chieftain, presenting charming Janet Roberts to her hand- f Awning Windows expertly In. '
some escort for 'mamma' Henrietta Sweeting while 'sister' r 'stalled.

Anna-Grace Sweeting looks on proudly., .Deputy George Bus- oanon5IoNGINDfR
bee dittoing for his daughter Emily, arm-locking with his off- }

spring prior to her escort's acceptance. .. That's it, brother, }. DADE '3 D
from your one-man-newspaper, who knows everybody andeverybody's \
racket, but who wnats to remind you that it's not \ 887-8267
; Gordon's Gin.treated 1ft ,:m..wl.1
too early to get your ducats for the Frontiers International BROWARD London England in 1769. .............
highly-touted Moonlight Boat Ride and Dance on July 21. Check I .y..... M 525-7714 Iff the bigoait seller in England. 1tr'w'' '
any Yokefellow or try Oscar Weaver at his Little Super Mar } America end the world q qIIIIii
ket, 17th Ave. at 54th St., be's got plenty of'em. 'F ILL IXMaR1AL SPlITS annum INOM w.t1 MOOT aIDGIIS III CII tUfD..1M"U.THE .




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President of United Steelworkers of America. Standing are (left to right): Dr. R. LARGE MEATYTURKEY
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above when theywere in attendanceat the Annual Meeting. Seated left to rightJames
McClelland, Mrs. Susan F. Harris, Mrs. Willie Williams, Mrs. Dorothy S. Love, and SUNSHINE SWEETS
Dr. S. H. Johnson; Standing: Dr. W. A. Patterson, Dr. Nathaniel Colston, Clarence
Patterson, Col. Claude C. Clark, chairman of the Boardof Trustees; Dr. W. A. Chapman -
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Parents. DIRRS GOLD SEAL
brate their 25th Anniversary at Apostle Faith Church of Open 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.Mon- FULL POUND
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i Amen! There was a notice to the public In the' papers last
weeksaying that aU Interested persons should attend a public
hearing, held by the City Commision of Miami, Florida, at its '' y k
regular meeting place In City Hall at Dinner Key at 2 p.m. on
: Monday, June 12th to consider a proposed ordinance on Sale
of Firearms. This ordinance will prohibit the sale of firearms -
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: to minors,felons and users of narcotics;will provide fora
G 72-hour waiting period between application for purchase and R 4
ti; delivery of the firearm; will provide investigation of applications t 1 5 Ih + lV
; and require the dealer to furnish to the Chief of Police
I j the application 48 hours prior to delivery of the firearm. It is Sat
about time. have "preached" on this subject so long and so
I, hard that I don't need to go into the reasons we should support
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this proposed ordinance, and as many of us as can, should go 1 / W !:
to this meeting. You know that persons who sell firearms will
': be there, and most will be against the ordinance for economic
reasons, so it is up to us to"say our piece." I'll look for you
and you know I will be there.
Another sermon you have often read in this column Is the +
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hiring policies of so many of our city,county, state and federal
offices. There should be no such thing as discrimination in r
these offices, but there are times when the personnel director : 1)I)I
(who has the last say), is able to go around the issue quite NS 1)I
nicely. Now, I ask you if you think that there should be "someof
us" in the Metro Tag Agency? When you went to get your I
auto license tag, did you see one dark face among the bunch? ,I. V at
If not, why not? The requirements are 30 words a minute at : } r : 'V\ 1)f
typing and passing a simple aptitude test. The clerk typists V a '!
among us who pass these tests are sent to Jackson Memorial
Hospital (who need them just as badly), but these are con- 1 ((4T w F 4 f
sidered the better jobs because of environment,etc.What say d+ r Wv
we should have some of all kinds of Americans in this job? V
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PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Loretta Moore 5:
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: J. D. Mack I
VIP OF THE WEEK: Norman Cotter 'qY
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QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Hear tell that Mrs. Betty
Stewart Long and daughter, Pat, will be joining hubby, WarrenIn

Miami shortly. Warren is with Saks Fifth Avenue, and Betty _.___ ._..._._.m. .
has been secretary to the President of Edward Waters Col-

lege in Jacksonville for many a year."Weicome Miami, yal'I Tops Club Has Annual Starlight lall\1\
Speaking of Jacksonville, the Jacksonville Amateur Gol
fer's Guild will be making their yearly trek to Miami witl i Amid a "Night of Sky Wond- and personality of high school officers, members and coun- and Mrs. Thelma Lee mothers
their families for two days of fun in the Miami sun, next week-, ers" the Tops Club of Great- girls, grades nine to twelve, selors of the clubandacknow- of Katherine Bethel Dora J
end. They will visit with their "absentee member," James i er Miami sponsored by the National in Dade County. ledged parents and sorors. Simmons along vita Sorors
Everett, and will be co-hosted by the Par and Birdie Glut) Sorority of Phi Delta and their danced Senior Tops -- Mary F. Myrtle Bu liard, Mildred
Speaking of the Par and Birdie Club, they are having: Kappa, Alpha Delta Chapter, Tops enchanting guests music of Alexander, Katherine Bethel, Clarke, Starlight Ball chair
their annual monthly tourney on Sunday at Miami Springs ., entertained friends during itsin t9the Six" with Jacqueline Branch, Cherryl man, Helena T. Holton.
i Had a call from Hank Haynie with the Dave Akins Trio i fourth annual Starlight Ball at "The Unique Ricky Bullard, Gloria Manson,Shir- Lemmie MitchellTostthGuidanceehairmag !
Cleveland. Sez they arrived safely, but it is cold up Nawtt i the exclusive Laborers Hall Holton in charge a s parents ley Parker, Frances Reed, jj;
Jimmy Reeves celebrated a birthday on the first. Happy, on Friday, May 19 from 8:30''> and sorors beamed approval. Geraldine Roberson and Diane Constance Sanffllanris, Bertha V \
belated birthday, Jim. We missed Office Duffle's birthdaj. to 11:30 p.m. During the intermission Waters -- received special Sharp, Ida K. Sidney, Mary !
this year (he's the guard at Lincoln National Bank) Belatedly This activity concluded Tops Gloria Manson, secretary and gecognitlon. Louise Thomas aDd Marjorie .
to you, too My granddaughter, Tami, decided she special events of the 1966-67 Shirley Parker, president of The highlight of the eveningwas Rhodes, Basileas.
was going to be a"drop out" from kindergarten the other day, year developing scholarship the Tops Club presented theStube the selection of the "Topof The group of 100 -Topsand t
when she wanted to spend the day with grandma and grandpa, the Year." Following much their guests-channingly: expressed ,
but found she had to go to school. A drop-out at four??? suspense, Jamestine Johnson, their enjoyment of a
The Home Health Aide Program of the United Fund can use CUb WOMM Mttthi In a ninth grader at Madison Jun- most delightful evening to the
some more trainees. See your EOPI Office for details and re- ior High School emerged with chaperons as Basileas Rhodes
quirements. They pay while you learn. the coveted title.Starlight heralded the final and the orchestra -
Like Wales Next WeekLake Ball chaperonswere played strains of'Til
Avis Rent-A-Car seems to have an employee problem, In that Mrs. Elizabeth Bethel Be Seeing You."
they do not hire Negroes in their offices? This came from a Wales The"zero tivities of the meeting.The .
qualified young lady who applied through and was sent to them hour" is fast approaching and
from the Florida State Employment Service. It seems FSES local club women are enthusiastically Executive Board meetingon
cancelled the order when they found that Avis wanted no part of winding up their preparation Saturday night June 17,
I Negro help In the office. And we rent their cars all over the for the invasion of will officially begin the activities CENTRAL LIFE
world??? These facts have to be substantiated,and we will definitely what is expected be the larg- of the meeting which will
I talk with someone in authority there and see what their est delegation to attend the an- continue through Wednesday,
I problem is. Will keep you posted Wonder if that's why nual meeting of the Florida Association June 21. -wos founded in 1922.
they're No. 2You can't be the BEST, with that kind of MESS. of Women's Clubs, ,
Where is Slim Bannister? Haven't seem him in ages and and Girls Clubs next weekend. .Offers some of the Industry's most generous and. I

ages. Ditto for Evelyn O'Dell and Darnell Ward. Don't "Any where In the world liberal insurance contracts. I
forget to contribute anything you can to the Billington Fund. The annual sessions of the you wont to go"
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Bethel Pianist
f;!" .''IfLAUDER Baptist Honors Broward.

DALE TEM I Sport Scene
p,0r Choir No. 2 of Mt. Bethel Bap., ward County Public School
,,4 J/'i. tist Church honored their' system for sixteen years and County's
pianist, Mrs. Virginia T. is a member of the Sunland
BY PORTERM. DAVIS, JR. Hansberry has served as pian- .
ist for choir No. two for nine
tempo this week is colored with pomp and cir- years. Several years ago, she
cumstance as graduates fjom the elementary Junior and Sen- served at Mt. Herman Metho- SUNLAND'S SPECIAL EVENT

ior High Schools march down the a I s Ie s of their respective bist Church. Besides serving Friday afternoon, June 2nd, clock golf was featured in full
Alma Materfor the last time The much needed rain slowed the at Mt. Bethel, she also pre- swing. The first game winners, Walter Thomas, Donald
tempo down somewhat on Sunday afternoon but not enough to sently serves at Harris Chapel Burges, John Walker and Holly Davis stroked their way to the
hold the Baccalaureate proceedings at the Dillard High School Methodist Church. Mrs.Hans- la pole for first, second, third and fourth place.
Gymnatorlum. berry is always willing to render This aroused the interest of over forty participants to enter
A number of Broward's teachers will be embellishing their her service wherever and the contest, second game was won by Robert Harrol, Benjamin
education this summer including Mrs. Virginia Hansberry of whenever I t is needed.In Jacks, Arthur Mann and George Hunt.
Sunland Elementary School who will be attending an NDEA Institute >r There were other lead up games, such as relays, kickball,
for teachers for the disadvantaged youth,South Carolina honoring Mrs. Hansberry, horseshoe and newcomball
State College located In 0 ran g e bur g, South Carolina Mrs. by the choir, she was pinneda Newcomball, the last event in which the gray team won over
Gussie M. Simms will be attending FAMU in Tallahassee, Milton beautiful white orchid and the blue team two consecutive times leaving all the partici
Stewart will be attending Florida State University located presented a large trophy. At i pants in an uproar.
in Tallahassee also. Mrs. Pearlie Bragdon will attend Michi- the close of the program, refreshments Next special event on Friday will be Human"Tic: Tac Toe"
gan State University In East Lansing, Michigan Mrs. B. L. were served In the be here to participate.
Marshall will be attending FAMU along with Mrs. L. Locke. annex. A beautifully decorated -
Dr. Von D. Mizell, chairman of the NAACP membership sheet cake inscribed, May MRS, VIRGINIA T. HANSBERR1Park {PADDLE TENNIS INSTRUCTION
campaign now in full swing, announced the following prizes to God Bless You, Virginia, was Elementary School Faculty -

be presented at the culminating activity on Sunday, June 25th the center attraction. Mrs. Hansberry'sgreatest We of the recreation department at Walker Playground are
at First Baptist Church (Pine Grove). Some of the prizes include ambition is to render ser- planning to conduct paddle tennis instruction this session will
Mrs. is memberof
Hansberry a
; $10.00 to $20.00 grocery certificate, transistor radio, vice whee and whenever ser-
be held from June 26 through July 31.Instructions will be given
the First Church
Baptist
beautiful self-portrait 10 gallons of gasoline dinner for two ,
vice is needed.
Monday and Wednesday morning from 10:00 a.m to 12.00:
ardent worker in the Sunday every
at Al'sSoul Food Resturant, Hair-cut or hair-do and others.In .
addition to prizes, merit certificates will be presented to School and B.T.U. Baslleus of noon.
the Delta For further information, contact Mr. Matthew Sanders, at
Eta Zeta Chapter of
individual solicitors reporting the highest number of member-
Zeta Phi Beta She SUPPORT Walker Playground between the hours of 2-6 p.m. and 7 10
ships, solicitors credited with 50 or more memberships, fami- Sorority.
lies with 100% memberships and clubs and organizations with has received another stipendto YOUR p.m.
100% membership. Reverend Samuel W.George is branch Pre- attend another NDEA Insti-
sident; chairman of the membership campaign is Dr. Von D. tute this summer atS.C.,State DRILL TEAM AND EXERCISE CLINIC
Mizell.A College, Orangeburg,S.C.She YMCAat
has been employed lathe Bro- Attention all boys and girls t This week will be the last week
special workshop on narcotics will be held this Thursday, '
for to register for the drill team and exercise clinic.
June 8, at the New Hope Baptist Church located on Sheridan St., you
These clubs will become active Jun 19th and 21st
respectively.
at 23rd Ave.,in Hollywood,beginning,at 6;30 p.m. The Florida
at the located 408 14th Rev. If haven't is the time to do
State Narcotics Bureau will provide a speaker and firm for the 8:00p.m. YMCA N. W. Terrace. you registered yet, now so. Only
occasion. Samuel George and Attorney Alcee Hastings will be the feature 25 persons will be allowed in each club.If .

The workshop is the outgrowth of a series of meetings held speakers on the subject"A program report'of the Ft. Lauder- you are interested in registering, contact Mrs. Burns or
dale NAACP and the outlook for the area's long hot summer"The Mr. Harris North Fork Playground between the hours of 2:00
between Hollywood area parent groups and Economic Oppor-
public is cordially invited to attend and there will be no to 6:00 p.m. daily.
tunity Coordinating Group Community Aides trying to combatthe
use of narcotics by teenagers. charges for admission.The Starting time again is 10:00 a.m. on Monday and Wednesdayfor
The Northwest Branch YMCA will conduct or the first timea United Fund of Broward County is Inviting the public to the drill team and 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday for
Day Care Summer Fun,Club program for youth two thru five attend the dedication and open house of the New United Fund the exercise club. Plan to register today.
building located 1300 South Andrews Avenue in Ft.Lauderdaleon
years of age daily from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. beginning June '
19th for six weeks. The program features are artscrafts, Thursday, June 15th, at 4:00 p.m. ADULT TENNIS CLASSES IN ACTION
June 4th marked the kick-off of the Churchof
Sunday, sermon
movies, story time, trips, playtime,picnics, and nature study.
God In Christ No. 2 extended 5th Annual Pastor's anniver- will enter into its third week of action
Lunch is included in the $1.25 fee per day. Parents interestedin The adult tennis classes -
registering their child in the program may do so by calling sary which will be conducted this entire week. Services will this week with 80% of the students progressing well. Dur-
Miss Toni Rogers at 523-2444 or coming to the YMCA locatedat be held every night this week beginning at 8:00 p.m., at 2041N. ing the first four hours of instructions, theory and fundamentals -
408 N. W. 14th Terrace. W. 7th Street. On Sunday, June 4th, Bishop Williams de- were emphasized. During the four hours coming up, advance -
Mrs. Elizabeth C. Young, the proprietor of Fashions by Liz livered the afternoon message, Monday night, June 5th, Elder skills will be taught, emphasizing the backhand stroke,
will fly to New York this weekend to meet with Ebony Fash- Jones of Pompano Beach gave the sermon and on Tuesday foot work and volleying. The following warm-up drills were
ion Fair's coordinator carol Pasalegne to cement plans for night, June 7th Elder Houston preached. The public is invited. given last week to enhance te students coordination and test
the 1967-68 Fashion show. Fashions by Liz will be included In Sister Susie Rogers, Secretary and
the exclusive line of costumes featured in the internationallyknown tor.The Bounce ball test, upward 100 times,bounce ball test downward
public is invited to attend the ceremoniesof
show. graduation 50 times and picking up ball with racket 10 times.
Good to hear that Attorney Al Hastings is back at his desk the Helen Kindergarden on Sunday,June 11,at 3:00 p.m., in The following students are progressing well in Sunland
and involved in civic affairs after a brief illness. the gymnatorium of the Dillard High School. Athletic section of District III tennis classes. Mrs. Almedia

The Miss WRBD Coronation to be held at the Dillard High Miller, Mrs. Mildred Bullard, Mrs. Maria Shelton, Mrs. Mary
School Gymnatorium on Sunday, June 18th, at 5:00 p.m. pro- Lou Potter, Mrs. Mary Davis, Mrs. Margie Alexander, Mrs.
mises to be one of the most exciting events of the summer sea- ENJOY THE MASON VELVETEEZ SHOESair Pecola Cameron, Mrs. Martha Wright, Mrs. Mildred Jones,
son. You'll cheat yourself if you fail to be on hand for the fabu- cushioned with arch support for your com- Mrs. Ella Bostic, Miss Vedura Coleman and Mrs. Joyce I
lous proceedings which will be broadcast live over our favorite fort. Brown. I
radio station WRBD naturally.Dr. .
Gordon Merritt, chairman of the Public Affairs Com- Sizes 2'/2 to 16 widths AAA to EEEE BIRTHDAY PARTYOn
mittee of the Northwest YMCA announced this week that a Over 200 styles for Men and Women

special Town Hall Forum will be held on Wednesday, June 14, For Free Demonstration, see your MASON Friday, June 2, the participants that were born in the
month of June celebrated their birthdays on Dillard's.Playground -
SHOE Dealer Joe's Barber locatedat
at Shop, Crieg Lockhart, Robert Johnson, Junior Evans,
1410 NW 5th Street. Beverly Battle and Eddie Cromotie were amongthe approxi-

Joe R.. Parker mately 70 people on hand.

I rwTi II Such games as balloon races, bubble gum blowing contest
and ring games were conducted. All participants were given

Carver TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO cake, candy and cookies.

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By Walter Bow.

THE BESTLISTENING
Martha Jean, daughter of Mr.
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I GOSPELRHYTHM be married Sunday, June 11-,

I & BLUES NEWS at 3:00 p.m., to Mr. Eugene + F
8y
Peoples, at New Macedonia r
Baptist Church, West Hollywood -
Listen To; Reception will follow at
the bride's residence, 5418 S.
W. 22nd Street.
The VFW Post No. 8195 will
lAo, ..rWillie hold its fish-fry Friday and
Saturday nights this week. All
members are requested to be a

present and bring a friend.All tiA
neighboring VFW Posts are ., I
Invited.

Miss Gwendolyn Bullard,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Gerald Bullard of 4209 S. W.
20th Street, Hollywood, has
returned home from college.She .
is majoring in Elementary MISS PRINCESS CINDERELLA IS CROWNED

McKiNley Williams Education. Lovely/ Little Miss Robin Grace Fye, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fye of 91 J

Newsboys wanted in Carver Northwest 33rd Terrace, Fort Lauderdale, Florida was crowned May 9th Miss Princess -
Ranches to .sell The Miami Cinderella.

luck Johnson Joe Fisher Times Come to Bowe's Bar- Robin was Miss Sunland Elementary attendant for 196566. She will attend Nova
ber Shop for information, 4444S. Elementary School in August. Her hobbies include dancing and football along wIth/
W. 17th Street. many others. To Robin, we offer congratulations.


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Elizabeth Virritk Park Celebrates Anniversary m


r ., The wish of Mrs. Elizabeth rick Park, 3580 Day Avenue, the Kindergarten class. piano will be the noted ArthurL.
Vlrrlck, civic leader of Coco- Coconut Grove.The staff at the Mrs. S tor r holds the Asso- Evans, chairman of the
nut Grove and Mr. Kenneth park and the community school ciate in Arts from Florida Music department of North-
Treister, Architect of the Eli- are cosponsors.The Normal College and Bachelorof western Senior High School. I
zabeth Vir r 1 c t Park, and public is cordially invit- Science degree from Hamp- This is a City of Miami Wel-
members of the Park Com- ed to hear the remarkable ton Institute.While Hamptonshe fare Planning Council Project.
mittee to see that this beautiful voice and talented artistry of held membership in Zeta 1

park wouldbe a living com- expression of Harolean Stuart Phi Beta Sorority,Alpha KappaMu
munity park, for Coconut Storr. Mrs. Storr a native of Honor Society and sang CENTERVILLAKINDERCARTEN
Grove -a true community cen- Miami, appeare d locallyin with the famous Hampton Institute -
ter, Is becoming nearer many civic and cultural pro- choir.An ardent church
reality. grams. She performed for the worker, she serves as organistfor 5861 N.W. 17TH AVENUE

Mrs. Verveka SUva, presi- Emma Lazarus Clubof Miami Mr. Sinai Baptist Church. CERTIFIED PERSONNEL i
dent of th Coconut Grove Beach in benefit for its Mrs. Storr is presently HOT LUNCHES
Community Council and advisor nursery school in Israel. For studying with Dr.Paul Csonka,
PICK-UP SERVICE
8. 9' ,betyii. to the Coconut Grove several years she has pre- Associate conductor of the Mi-
Council announces that they sented the Annual Harvest ami Opera Guild. Her reper- REGISTER NOW
MIAMIAN TO ATTEND YALE will present Harolean Stuart Musical for the benefit of toire includes Classics,Art 691-7796 OR 696-3802

students have been Storr, concert soprano, in James E. Scott Community Songs, Spirituals, and many of
TWO Florida ASM University recital on Wednesday,June 14, Association's Day Care Cen- your all time favorites. Ac- Mrs. R. E. Copeland, Sup. ,
selected the committee of the Horvorcf-Ya/e-Co/um-/ /
by at 6:00 p.m., at Elizabeth Vir- ter No. 2 where she instructs companying Mrs. Storr at the
bia Intensive Summer Study Program to attend Vale/ 1 1Newthe
University this summer. Marva Harris, an English major

from Orlando, and Roscoe Ellis, a mathematics major first gasoline of its kind. ..
from Miami, were among the 200 students chosen out of "
650applications. The committee selects students whose .

records indicate potential for rigorous graduate study.

The program will begin on June 25 and lost until Au .

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The Neonta Social Club closed their
out 1967 season with a most delightful
the recipient of the Zeta Amicae( Scholarship award to attend Miami Dade Junior
cocktail dance last Sunday at the beautiful Hampton House Villas. Frank DuBois and College. Pictured above are Friends: R. Polite, S. Pullom, H. Lindsey, L. Knox, D.
his orchestra supplied the music. Pictured are the members who hosted this won- Baker, Miss L, Duhart, Friends: M. Sharpe and M. Braynon. Friends ,not shown are: I

derful evening of entertainment. Left to right: //oner Bucholtz, president; Merdesta L. Drayton, N. Johnson, R. Coleman, A. Hodges, A. Forbes, E.Bellamy, J. Fisher,

Wilson, Mary McCoy, treasurer; Ozell Troupe, Alma Brown, Claude Cato, vice' pre- W, Heastie, B. Smith, M. Reynolds, M. Robinson, L.. Johnson, Ri Portier,, A.. McKenzie -
sident; Emma Ward, Ann Lindsay, bus mgr..; Alice Barnswell, secretary; Belle Flu- J.'Baker, L. Shorter, E.Smith and V. Williams Friend Dorothy Baker Is president -
ellen, Flo Hawkins, Odessa Moseley. Glamour photo. and Friend May Dell Braynon is reporter.


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8' new book by Martin Luther about, and discusses some of His cahpter "Where We Are
< I King, "Where Do We Go From the figures associated with it. Going" concerns future Negro'
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Here: Chaos or Community?" In a chapter "Racismand expectations and goals.
will bepublished by Harperand the White Backlash," he
Row on June 19. looks at the movement which His concluding section, "The
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King discusses the present erty are still rampant.
position of the Negro in
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the past to, find how the cur- is like to be a Negro in the marines Negro programs and
rent status was reached.He United States today and dis- prospects in the fields of education -
fin tM examines the black power cusses the "dilemma of Negro employment, rights ,
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College football team for three years is shown receiving his B. S, degree from Dr. But wail till some genius ,

Richard V. Moore, president, B-CC during the 63rd Commencement Exercises. The t

Miami, Florida native who was captain of the 1966-67 Wildcats recently signed to thinks ReverseCyclerSomebody !
play I professional football with the Son Diego Chargers of the American Football up :
League. One hundred seventy-seven graduates received the B.A. and B.S degrees.
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I Deadline For Withdrawal of Postal, SavingsMiami


Postmaster E. M. payment of postals a v ings In the case of lost certificates,
Dunlap announced that on July funds in connection with clos- payment will be delayed since I
1, allunpaidpostalsavingsac- ing postal I savings accountswill processing will account for
counts are being transferredto be received by the Trea- some of the cblay and payment
the Treasury Departmentuntil sury Department by mail. This must be made by our Postal
properly claimed. No interest will mean a delay in the re- Data Center in Atlanta, Ga.
has been paid on deposits cept of money in postal savings
since April 26. accounts from four to' six Postmaster Dunlap suggeststhat
The last day for closing pos- weeks. all postal savings account
tal savings accounts with Im- If you have lost or misplacedyour holders close their accountsand
mediate personal payment at certificates of deposit to claim their funds before
the post office is June 30.After your postal savings account, July 1, in order that they may
that time, applications for you may apply for duplicates. receive same without delay.


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HUNDRED TWENTY-FOUR GRADUATING SENIORS
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1967 'GIRLS OF THE YEAR INTERNATIONAL'Envisioned




as a way of contributing to the, cultural enhancement of enhanced the beauty of the occasion by serving as escorts to the "Girls of

the community through recognition of deserving young ladies who have the Year International." 'They, too, represent the Council's efforts to

exhibited the highest qualities of womanhood, leadership: and service, encourage youth ,to set lofty' ideals of character, scholarship, and conduct.

the ","Girls, of the Year" Ball has become a reality, May, 1967 ," Without the debonair escorts, the occasion would not be complete.It .


The '1967, )'Girls of the Year International" Ball marks the first year is obvious that the council could not present:all the,deserving young

that the local North District Council has presented this tremendous women in this community who qualify, but it is sincerely hoped that this

undertaking! The total program will be greatly expanded, and the organi event serves as an inspiration to all youth who live by and believe in the

zation will.'be able to look back with pride at the impact this project will highest standards moral principles and service to their fellowman.

make upon the community. .
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Much commendation must also' be given to they:young* men who ty: ;>have I and deserving young ladies who have excitingly awaited the big moment.


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__ __ THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, June 9,

"-,>' : \ ; SEMI-FORMAL DINNERThe 20,000 To Attend Shrine

women of the ChristianM.

'r'I.'i.'I''I.I'II'l'1 1 B. Church will sponsor a I

: Semi-Formal Dinner, at the Meet In Cleveland
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More than &
will also 20,000 persons
at 8:00 p.m. There
; be a Fashion Show and the lat- will converge on Cleveland a
I est in hair styles by Miss Cora August 20 for the weeklong 74
Humphrey. So don't miss this annual convention of the

delightful evening,and help the Prince Hall Shriners, second
women. largest group within U.S. masonry
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Woman's Day drive. perial potentate of the Ancient

Minnie Prophet,is chairman, Egyptian Arabic Order of No-

r/ Miss Edwina Hope, Is co- bles of the Mystic Shrine, an-
it chairman and Reverend Otis nounced yesterday that he and

Williams, Is pastor.PAMELA other Shrine officials already
have been in Cleveland,work-
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appeared on WJMO, a
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guest of the Noon with Norma
ROSCOE C. WASHINGTON
show and set forth for Cleve-

land listeners the program for Imperial Potentate

the August Convention.
r-ronttersman George W. Kilpatrick of Spic and Span Market extends a monetaryand tation, Washington said,to
\ to Mr. George Williams of James E. Scott Community Association Day Camp At a Cleveland press confer- Shrine nobles, their familiesand

rogram. The assistance is given to help sponsor funds for families who could not ence, Potentate Washingtonalso their friends.He .
\ford the nominal fee for their boy or girl to attend Summer Camp. Looking on is explained Prince Hall added that the general
\oke fellow Robert Gabriel of Dade County Juvenile Court and secretary of the local Shrinedom is a benevolent and public also Is invited to attenda

rontiers. The Frontiers are a service organization devoted to helping other needy charitable organization, mak- public session of the conven-
roups and individuals. To help finance such programs, the Frontiers are sponsoring ing a variety of medical and tion, to be held at 2;00 p.m.August -
boat ride this July. I educational financial grants, 20, in Cleveland'sStatlerHotel.
Including substantial aid to the R. Sargent Shriver is
legal Research Foundation of slated to be the main speaker.

IOLMES ELEMENTARY On Monday night parents, uses, the bell and qutoharp the NAACP. One of Its most
teachers, and friends of the players and dancing.The sixth ambitious present plans is to
The Awards Day Programas sixth graders were invited to grade teachersire; Mrs. M. raise funds to enlarge its pro- FINESTPRINTING
held last Friday lathe visit their classrooms,where Armbrister, Mr. E. J. Hans- gram of scholar hips for

hool cafetorium. pupils re- they saw a different subjectarea berry, Mr. L. F. Lowery,Mr. young men and women.
eived awards for their per- being emphasized in each M. Reddick, Mrs. D. Sawyer, BETHELSCHOLARSHIP
rmances In m u sic, art, 'room. They then journeyed to and Mr. B. Sergeon.Our Washington told the Cleve- SERVICE
tiysical 'education, spelling, the cafetorium for school district superintendant, WINNERMiss land press that the shrine be-

d I perfect attendance for the closing skit entitled "Our Dr. Leonard Britton. entoved Pamela Joy Bethel, lieves firmly in civil rights for
with the man y all -. but also believes that
Memory Album the evening .
hool year. Mr. Calvin Pen- presentedby senior at Miami Jackson High
legraft and Ray Pope from the the sixth grade pupils. teachers, parents and friends School is the winner of the Na- all social problems must be
American Legion presented In their skit,the pupils carried Congratulations sixth gradersfor tional Scholarship Examination pressed constantly and systematically
wards to James Seymour and; the audience back to their a job well done. administered by the Alpha to satisfactory Solu-

thy Douglas, sixth gradefcupils i first, second, third, fourth, Delta Chapter of the National tions dures.through court proce- Miami Times

from Mrs. D. S. Saw- and fifth grade years where PHI DELTA KAPPA Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa.

er's and Mr. B. Sergeon's fond memories were shared. Other participating high Paul L. Wording, Sr., illustrious FOR AlL YOUR UINTIN' NEEDS
I lass es. This was the first Narrators for the skit were FOUNDERS DAY schools were; Miami North-
of ElHasa
ear we are told that the I Barbara Days, Lelia Culmer, potentate
Miami Edison
Ward was given in a Negro I Brayna Gordon, Wanda Douglas Members of Alpha Delta, western Booker, T. Washington and, Temple, No. 28, the host tem- Call 691-0421
of the National Sor- for the Cleveland conven-
|lementary school. Criteriar Pamela Wade, andJames Chapter High ple
being selected Is courage, Seymour. The evening was ority of Phi Delta Kappa held I School.Arthur Polly Mays tion, has Issued a.warm invi-

}onor, leadership,patriotism, further highlighted with music their Founder's Day obser- Pamela, the elder daughter of r -
from the boys'and girls'chorDueLATDiaBLO- vance on May 20, at the homeof .
holarship, and service._ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bethel } '43M } k etx-w'aroen>Y MT.T)pCw .Ttl0 ut oett:,9 yry }q p00/QQ
Mrs. Emma Williams. 4
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I scholarship to Mackinac ..
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1 Ion a Dukes served a College, Mackinac Island, : *tI. 3
Michigan where she plans to
delectable repast and presented -
FIRST MIAMI RUN
each Soror a beautiful long study in the fields of psychology
DRIVE-IN THEATRE i stem red carnation. Basileus and political science.

Rhodes, recognized each Sor-
Miss Bethel's other achieve-
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OTTO PREMINGER cake and other tokens.On ", r
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Sunday morning May 21, ver Knights' Award in the field
these Sorors and family mem-
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Methodist Church Rev.
1 Society. Pamela is an active
Aaron Hall, pastor, delivered I
member of the Mt. Zion Bap-
an inspiring message. Everyone tist Church and Sunday School.
enjoyed this fine fellow- Mrs. Ellen Heidi was scho-

ship. larship chairman and Mrs.
These activities were climaxed -
Marjorie Rhodes Is basl1eusof
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the local chapter.
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IN MEMORIAMIn RANGE. ALBERT. .

Frank Ladson, Sr. of 784 NW Mrs. Lizzie Johnson, 433 NW
I I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS 1 sad but loving memory of 56th St., died recently. He is 10 St., Apt. 2. Services were

our mother and grandmother survived by two sons, Frank conducted Thursday from the
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CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKSNow IN MEMORIAM ; two nieces and nephews. grandchildren.Don .
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that I am home from the 1
The family of the late In memory of our loved one Hill 1900 3rd
L. N.W.
hospital I wish to thank mj Saturday, June 10th in the ,
many f r Ie n d s and neighborsfor .. Greater Israel P.B. Church, Ct., Apt. 1.Services were conducted -
the flowers cards visits at 4:00 p.m. Saturday from the

prayers and every deed 01 f \ Mrs. Lillie Crumely of 6323N. Chapel. Among his survivorsare

kindness that was shown tome W. 24th Place died on Wed- parents, Mr. and Mrs.
while in the Baptist Hospital nesday, May 31. She is survi- James Hill; one son; one

Especially do I wish to thank I ved by a husband, Marion; a daughter; one brother; and

the nurses, aides, orderlies, sister, Mrs. Sallie Mae Ervin grandparents.

physical therapy and entire of Mac 0 n Georgia. Her remains -
staff of Baptist Hospital. MRS. ANNIE MAE GREEN were shipped on Wed- Benjamin Kelly, 155 N.W. 15

The cafeteria staff of G. W. nesday, June 7, to Macon,Ga., Street, Apt. 2. Services were
Carver, in Coconut Grove; the who departed this life June 4, where final rites will be held. conducted Saturday from the
elementary and Jr. school the 1962. Chapel. Among his survivorsare
;
John Hall, Sr. of 6519 N. W.
custodians and maids; Mem Our souls and bodies we resign 13th Ct. diied Wednesday, May wife Julia; two sons,Ben-

bers of St. Mary's church, in with joy we render thee 31st. He is survived by a son, jamin Kelly, Walter Avery;

Coconut Grove; No. 1 choir and Our all, no longer ours but John; two daughters, Ethel two sisters.
its pastor Rev. W. F. Tanner thine
; Fife and Clara Carter; a bro
the household of Ruth No. 1406; To all eternity. ther, Woodrow; a sister Julia Arthur Logan, 1929 N.W. 71
the auxiliaries of Christ Epis- St., Services were conducted
Funeral services
DAISY Gardner.
LEANORA
ARLENE BEATRICE GREEN
copal Church and its members;i Annie Laura Mapps, daughter were conducted on Monday, Saturday from New Mt. Cal-
BURROUGHSwish and last but not least faithful Henry Mapps son-in-law vary Baptist Church. Amonghis
my ,
who departed this life June 6, June 5th at 400; p.m. in the St.
to express our sincere priest and his wife Rev.and 1 1962. Richard Mims, grandson! and James AME Church. survivors are wife, Flor-
thanks to our many friends and Mrs. Theo. Gibson for his untiring family ence; two sons,Thomas; Leroy
We miss now our heartsare Charlie Johnson of 63U 3rd
neighbors, for their floral service and visits. you Jackson; one daughter,
telegrams cards sore --- Street, West Palm Beach, died Dorothy two sisters Mmes
pieces
May God bless and keep each ;
condolences, and their gener- and every one of you and may; As time goes by we miss you IN MEMORIAMIn Tuesday, May 30, in the South Pearl Logan andJuanitaChis-

ous services In our hour of his perpetual light shine upon more loving memory of our dear Florida State Hospital. He is holm.
bereavement. Your loving smile your gentle survived by a sister, Mrs.
you. face husband, father, brother,
Special thanks to Dr. EdwinS. Emily Johnson. Graveside Willie I. Brown, died in
Shirley, staff of Christian Rosina Gibson No one can fill your vacant services were held on Satur- the Veterans Hospital, May 27.

,Hospital, Rev. T. C. Kelly,officers place. day, in the Lincoln Cemetery. Was shipped Friday, June 2 to

and members of St. Paul Val Curtis O'Rouke of 1940 i I Gainsvllle, Florida for final
CARD OF THANKS Mrs. Edna Culmer
AME Church, Rev. F. Savoy, motherMr. N. W. 167th Street died Tues rites.
officers and members of The family of the late Harlie McKenzie,brotherIN day, May 31. He is survived by

Grace Presbyterian Church, his wife, Hyacinth;a daughter, Rivers Junior Edmond, 2327
and Rev. Scott Community MR. CURLEY PERRYof MEMORIAMIn Wilma; his parents, Mr. and N.W. 59th Street, died June 1.

Church, Miami Beach. Also Mrs Val O'Rouke, Sr.; four. I Services were conducted from

the House of Albert Funeral 3038 N.W. 64th Street, who sad but loving memory ofSAMUEL brothers and sisters; his par- 'the Chapel Monday.Amonghls

Home and his entire staff of expired at home Tuesday, May ents-in-law Mr. and Mrs. survivors are wife, Mrs.

their courteous service. 16, wish to thank their many Lloyd Burnside; brothers and Jennie A. J. Edmond; one son,

May God bless and keep each friends for cards, telegrams, sisters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest; mother Mrs. Flossie

of you. flowers and other kindnesses fWILLIAM Alphonso Burnside, Mr. and Edmond; three brothers,

during our recent bereave- Mrs. Everett Burnside; Mr. i I Oliver, Willie,and James; five

Mr. John Burroughs Sr., ment. hk and Mrs. Ormand Burnside; sisters, Mesdames Ollie Bell

husband He Is survived by a wife, Ernest Burnside. Memorial :Kinchen, Annie Mae Mitchell,

Mr. James Culmer, Hattie; two stepsons, Aubrey services were held on Sunday, Floria Mae Carswell, Ellen

son Keith and Averil Lenard; one LAWRENCE June 4, in the Chapel. There- Forman and Lucille Williams;

Mr. Hiram Culmer, daughter, Yvette Anita; a sis- CAREY SR. mains were shipped toTusca- four aunts.

k son ter, Gladys Flowers; a bro- loosa, Ala., where final rites John Henry Walker, 16021N.

Mr. John Burroughs, Jr., ther, Lucious Perry; a step- who departed this life 'June 9 will be conducted. W. 17th Place, Opa-locka, ,
son son, Mr. Frazier; four sis- 1965. Mrs. Gracie?Moye of 2295 NW >I died, June 3. Arrangementsare

Mrs. Lillie Mae Hart, ters, five brothers and one Now in God's most holy place 46th Street, Apt 11, died on ;: Incomplete at this time,

Idaughter godchild, Connie McLendon. Blest they stand before His, Thursday, June 1. She is sur- but will be announced over
Mrs. Mary B. Hence, Special thanks to Rev. Pickett face. vived by a husband, J. B. and local news later. Among his

daughter and Rev. Mozelle, the neighbors May he rest in peace, many other relatives. Funeral survivors are wife, Bobble;;

Mr. Rudolph Grant. and the Range Funeral And may light perpetual shine services 'were conducted on three sons, William, Robert,
Nephew Home. him. Wednesday, June 7, at 5:00 in ,John Walker; five daughters,
A host of grandchildren and "WhenGod has turned his HEPBURNwho upon the Church at 1425 N. W. 59th Mesdames,;, Bobbie, Maenell,
greatgrandsIN light and all faith has not for- Street.
Patsy, Judy, Cheryl; Mother
departed this life June 10 Mrs. Monica Carey, wife
got, take me to a home in Mrs. Annie Marcus, of 2344N. Mrs. Florence Williams
William ;
L. Carey Jr., son
peace." Amen. 1954. W. 71st Terrace, died, recently three brothers, George ,
Sherman A. Carey Jr. son ,
Gone but not forgotten. ,
at the Jackson Mem-
MEMORIAMIn Michelle Monica Carey Williams, Zannie Walker; one
Mrs. Hattie Perry, wife and Beatrice grand-daughter orial Hospital. She is survived sisters, Mrs. Annie Lee I
ChildrenIN Hepburn, mother by two daughters Evelyn
,
Farley.
loving memory of my dear Mrs. Madge Johnson, sister
Robins and Francis Marcus a
husband, and our father, Mr. Sherman Carey, brother ;
grandfather and great-grand- MEMORIAMIn Miss Henrietta Carey, sister grandson, Tony Parker; three RICHARDSON .
t father CARD OF THANKSThe sisters, Versie Snipes,

memory of Lucille Flueglen and Nella James L.Williams,residing,

j ALFRED WILEY MR. WILLIAM WILSONa RANGE McCray; two brothers at 1281 N. W. 61st Street, died
of the late
family Jimmie and Willie D.Reynold.
i Sunday, May 28th, at his local
loving brother and father who Funeral services will be con- residence. He is survived
who departed this life June 8, MR. CALLOWAY Walter Whyms of 1900 N. W. bya
OWENS
1964. I departed, this life June 8,19 65. 51st Terrace, died recently. ducted on Thursday, June 8th, wife Alberta; two daughters,
Life, sweet life so soon to 9t 3:00: p.m. in the Mt. Sinai Kathaleen and Linda one son
God called him to heaven to wish to express their sincere He is survived by four sons, ; ,
Baptist Church.
take his rest, pass. thanks to the friends and Warren, Percy, George and Benjamin; mother, Mrs. Ella
As we are so was many Tom Davis of 155 N. W. 16th Mae Rhodes three brothers
For here on earth he has done hel neighbors for their cards Alp bon so; three daughters, ;
his best; As he is, so shall we be;; Barbara Rand, Henrietta St., died recently in the Jackson Simeon, Joseph and James
He went through trials and Still loved. Still missed. Still of floral peices, and their letters Davis and Gertrude Sands; a Memorial Hospital. He is Williams; two nieces, Mrs.
condolence their
stood the test. very dear. during sister Henrietta Butler; 18 survived by a wife, Hattie; Rosa Mae Rhodes and Charles

Yes, he has gone to heaven. Mr. L. Wilson, hour of bereavement.Even grandchildren. Funeral ser three brothers, Hammond, Ann Smith, three nephews,

brother though words are Inade- vices will be conducted on Saturday Patrick and Edmond; three Michael, DaD I e and SimeonJr.

Seward Wiley Mr. Seymore Wilson, quate to express it and the June 10th at 1:00 p.m. sisters, Mae Be u 1 a h and .; two sisters-in-law, Betty
+ and family brother names too numerous,but we do in the Saint James Baptist Mattie Pearl and Ole Mae Ea- Rhodes and Rosa Lee Rhodes.
Mrs. Edna Thomas, say sincere thanks to each of Church. ford; an aunt, Emma Rawls; Funeral services will be con-
sister two nephews two nieces Fun- ducted June 6 at
Faith
for varied methodsof ; Tem-
you your Peter Henley of 783 N. W. 64
Mr. Willie Lee Wilson, remembrances. St., died recently. He is sur eral services will be conducted ple Written In Heaven No. II.
CARD OF son Saturday at 11:00 In Mrs.
THANKS vived by a wife, Loine; daugh : a.m. Emily Johnson residingat
Mrs. Carrie Roper, A special thanks to Richardson ter, Floretha; son Theodore the chapel 4726 N. W. 31st Ct., died,
daughter Funeral ; William Ervin of 2779 W June 1 in Jackson
Home, Rev. L. N. Memorial
mother
Mrs. Della
The family of the late Mrs. Selena Wilson, L. Dean and Kelly's Chapel a mother-in-law, Mrs Henley Ola; 46th St., Apt. C. died on Sun- :Hospital. She is survived by

niecehanks Methodist Church. Woodson. Funeral services day, June 4th. He is survived I one son, William Finder; one
ISABELLE RUSSILLE BELLE by a wife Lucille a I daughter
were conducted on Saturday, ; daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Pratt;
wish to express sincere t CARD OF THANKSThe June 3, at 1:00 p.m., in the S t. Mrs. Elizabeth Williams; two :seven grandnieces; five
to the many friends and neigh- family of the late James Baptist Church. sons, Claude and Walter HIllI-i I grand-daughters; two grand-
bors for their cards, tele- LEON PINKNEY CARD OF THANKS Arthur ard; a brother,Charlie of San-i sons; and other relatives.
Morman of 22210 SW
and other ford; five grandchildren. Fun. .:Funeral services will be held
floral
grams, pieces wish to thank the neighbors of 116th Ave., Apt.4 died recently.
their hour MRS. ONAH B. ROBINSONMrs. eral services will be conduct-Thursday June 8, at 4:00
kind deeds during p.m.
64th Street and friends for the He is survived by his wife
,
ed it
cannot on Saturday, June 10th, at < Church of God of
bereavement. Words Prophecy
of
,
many cards and flowers sent Idella; one daughter; four si s-
1:00: p.m. in the Chapel. 1 located at 2746
Onah N.
express our sincere appreciation. to us during our bereavement. B.Robinson of Mi' ters, Annie Byrd, Eva Vaughn, W. 51st Ct.
ami wishes to thank her
Special thanks to the Range neighbors Rebecca Thomas and Ethel
Usher Board No. 2 of S t,
Funeral Home, P. J. Farrington 1 Wilson; two brothers, Mannie
1 Special thanks! to Rev. M. Elder Cyril Higgs, and James A. M. E. Church,1, and Robert Jones. Funeral
)" Pierre, Key West Funeral also to the members of the Catherine's Beauty Shop and|I arrangements are incomplete. LINCOLN MEMORIAL PARK

Home and Bat n's Funeral ,Seventh Day Adventist Church. Beautician's unit No. 7 for all[ Leroy Redmond Robinson of
kind deeds of sympathy during: 3001 NW 46th STREET
Home. 1894 N. W. 55th Street died on NE 4-4197
\ the death of her brother CLEG 1
,
Lucille Pinkne.y, mother Sunday, June 4. Funeral ser-
f, \ Hazel Robinson, daughter Mildren Ferguson JACKSON, who departed in 1 I vices will be conducted,Saturday -

N, Adrilla Russille, sister Diana HenkersonCornell Philadelphia 1967. Pa., May 0, June 10, at 5:00 p.m. In E. JOHNSON, MANAGER, OX-1-9199

Grandchildren and family Davis the St. Paul AME Church. .

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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 9, 1967 23

'V ATTENTION RICHMOND

?, ''r ; HEIGHTS RESIDENTS A..al C..f.rl.cI At BflbR0 Cornel

::

All persons living lathe Bishop Edgar A. Love, resi- Hundreds of laymen from
bent 6ishopof Atlantic roast across the conference,headed
Richmond
desir-
Heights
area
1" ; "i ing weekly home delivery of Area (CJ) announced that by Dr.Richard V. Moore,PreI-
Bethune-Cookman College sident of Bet bun e-Cookman
The Miami Times
secure
ti may -
this service will host the 96th iAnnual Ses- College, will be represented at
i by calling
sion of the Florida Conference the session, and will vote on

," ,., of the Methodist Church, June all items of Importance to the

", 7- 11. During the conference, conference, including the
pastoral anointments in the election of delegates to the August -
'c State of Florida will be an ,r 1967 session of the Central
nounced. Jurisdictional Conference '

9: V Y at Nashville,Tenn.,and the I

,' Of special interest this session ..u {

'i' will be a vote taken by the 1968 General Conference

',,, \ ; conference 0 n a resolution the Methodist Church. The
,
,,v' ''I' .I'....... < ,,; 'I Rat.: outlining plan forJurisdiction the conference will hear and approve
-1>(;1<'1'" I.,," 'I '()Alv' .
transfer of the Florida Con
I;,,, the document of"InclusiveMethodism reports from three district
Mr. Leroy Turnquest and his i;'' ference, Centralthe ," drawn up by the superintendents and 67
Japanese wife .
j Toni
tI ,
to the
Southeastern Jurisdiction
ate pastors as well as witness the
Commission Inter
have returned their home In Tokyo aFter on Jurisdictional -
spending two
::1 weeks In Miami as of his Burk Lorenzo this eliminating the Relations,at its Chicago annual program of the minis ....
( guest brotherancsister.in.law, Jones, Jr. at racially structured Jurisdic2351716. Wives and Daughters Al.
; and Mrs. Grachan meeting, January 1, setting Ifs
. :ir Mr. Moncur of 2625 NW 55th St. Mr. tional system within the in the interest of the re-
forth the first for
major
Turnquest, a former Miamian, has been living in Tokyo Jones resides at 14921 Methodist Church. The con- the Inclusive church in step Flortired preachers of the confer
/ for the past 18 where he Is electronics
years an technician Louis, Richmond Heights.ference will hear and discuss Ida ence.
,, with the U. S. government. Mrs. Turnquest is a '.
I.. dress designer.
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; EHEEE! Daughter of Former Miamian 10 Arrested After 200

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r I I fortablt.lief from .pain. Hill'.f.*com. Named
t ipoti..helos ; Presidential Scholar
I your odor end phermsclit for "tt-"J. Riot\ \\fl Clearwater

orMH r d
I Miss June S. Manning,daughlist on the Merit Examination.
J ter of Dr. and Mrs.H.V. Man- Her father is president of A two-hour clash between The angry crowd wrecked a terence.

0C A A luUnflfil MeW010* of 0rai eburK.s. C.,has Claflin University. Clearwater police ands; 200 police cruiser Police Capt. An attempt by two police to

, been named Presidental Scho- Miss Manning has been in- Negroes Sunday night, ended William Per m r u said they stop a disturbance touched off
, Jar of the Year by President vited to Join the Honors proat 4:00 a.m. with the arrest caved in the top of the car, the riot.

, Lyndon B.Johnson.Mrs.Mangram at the University of Miof 10 persons.The disturbance smashed all the windows,
, ning is the former Ethel ami. She has been awarded a occurred in predominantly yanked out the steering wheel,
1, Braynon of Miami four-year scholarship to FurNegro north Greenwood sec shredded the ipholstery and

'I, >' She was namedamongthe 121 man University because of her tion of the city. ripped out the radio. He estiSAY E UP TO 40%
presidential scholars rehonor as a National AchieveThe rioters roamed the area mated the damage at $1,500. ON"

presentative of the outstandment Scholar. of bars, pool.halls, and a low Police Chief Willis Booth
,Ing 1961 secondary school cost housing project,throwing said he did not think "racial Avto Insurance

graduates of the United States. bottles and other objects at police overtones were involved. He
,
Liability Physical I II
S and special Pinellas riot called the outburst a "
,.' A student at Orange burg High N SAM p/1t/11 could Damage
a lI.4ts squad. taneous situation and
School she was chosen {C.ORID
by a
-- Police used clubsandatleast happen anywhere." SR 22 Filing
TY
selection committee which
one officer was struck by a There are Just some people No One Refuse
screened the records of
1,152
.r : bottle. No serious injuries up there who don't want the law GOOD DRIVERS
< : finalists for outstanding intel M
$ lectual ability and academic V'VJ were reported. enforced he told a news con.. No Finance Charge

as Unit at
promise' aROSHOP'e
Win Business Advancement ;
President Johnson sent Miss'{ I ISDOWN
Enjoy Social Popularity Manning a telegram Thurs- :

Youit feel confident that your hair is day, congratulating her and 634-9389 IJ 1 AT SHELL'S CITY
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Munay's Pom.de he can get It quickly
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FIRST BAPTIST ZION HOPE BAPTISTRev. 1


Rev. W. J. Macon, pastor Paul Freeman, pastor

L t Sari E. McRae, reporterIn M r Sis. E. Jackson, reporter

keeping with the other 1t There will be a wedding at the

churches of the city, on Sun- r j U church Sunday, at 2:00 p.m.

I day morning, our graduates The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 1
assembled together for the George Carter. Reception will

commencement sermon: follow the ceremony, at the NEW BETHANY
HURST CHAPEL AME t
Our pastor, Rev.W.J. Macon young women's Christian Association Rev. F. L. Carter, pastorAll
spoke fromthesubject 5100 N. W..21 Ave.
Rev. W. J. Allen, pastor There will be a program graduates are invited on
"Christian Living" a
Jean H. Townsend, reporterLet very Sunday morning at 11:00 a.m.
Thursday night entitled "The
timely subject, that was en- ;
Joyed by all Song service was Eight Keys ToGo us not forget our children
the baccalau-
'Carter preach
rendered by the No. 1 and No. by the No. 1 Usher
/;,..lor Sunday. They have a wonderful 2 choirs combined. .j Board. Please stop by the ;reate sermon. This applies to
program for morningand all graduates of any school.
church
We blessed Saturday and get your ;
to
have
are twenty
evening.: car washed for You don't have to be a member -
$1.00
graduates, and very happy to by the No. 1 Usher sponsored Board.- of New Bethany,our doors
Is
Mr. Coney Dye convalesingat say that they are active In the
home. Let us not forgetour youth dept of our church. Sister Mary Guin in chrge 9:00 stands open and you are wel- I
come to our service.The Junior -
who In the hos until.
members are Sunday June 11 Is a.m.
youth day
J Choir will render song l
The chairman
pital. at First of the Men'sDay .
The
Baptist. directors
The will meet here is asking all captains to be service. Please let us continue
Laymen at have planned a very nice ser- Church Honors NewboldThe I present at 7:30 in prayer for all sick and shut-
the fourth Sunday, 3:00p.m. vice. Will you come? Stanley Saturday night, ins and for our boys in the ser-
p.m.
Rector's Chapter of St. of the March of Dimes for out- Please pray for the sick and vice. .I

Agnes Episcopal Church hon- standing volunteer service and| 'shut-Ins and come to church

New Providence ored Mr. C e c 11 Stanley a citation for distinguished I and have your faith lifted.

I Newbold in a Testimonial Tea, service in the Dade County unit t FIRST BAPTISTOF

Observes Youth Day Sunday May 28. of American Cancer Society -
This great honor was bestowed Inc. TEMPLE BROWNSVILLE .
upon Mr. Newbold for his This memorable occasionwas
Final plans are now being a i
their
annual
anniversary. love and dedicated services for highlighted with a lovelyprogram The young people will take> Rev.
W. M. Davis
fIii made for the 6th annual Youth> A real treat is In store for pastor
the church since his boyhood of music,responses, over the services Sunday Donella Turner
Day, at New Providence This the reporterThe
you during evening worshipas
I days. Presently, he serves as dedications and a social repast morning in observance ofChildren's
day will be observed on Sun- Youth Department
we present a panel of outstanding Is
Master of Ceremonies and Lay to climax the evening Day. The Temple-
,
day, June 11. The dynamic Youth from this community ites choir sponsoring a musical contest,
will and
Reader. honoring his mother wife sing,
par-
Rev Alvin L. Jones, a Senior They will discuss and between the No. 1 choir, No.
Outside of Mr. Newbold's children, grandson,grand- ents are most cordially invit- 2 choir and the Male chorus.
debate the topic "Christianityvs. services in the church, he is a niece andgraodnephew.Someof ed to attend Just as the children -
There will be various choirs
Communism. Guest staunch and energetic worker' the ladies who were respon- do on their day. Reserved 1
of the
panelists, will include: Edwin In the community andPTA.Heis sible for such an'occasion seats for the new graduates. city.
y There will be a Coco Cola
Walker. Alvin McDuffie. Gall the recipient of many were: Mrs. Lelia Williams, The No. 2 choir will sing dur-
Willlngham, Llllle Manuel, party at the home of Rev. and
awards and plaques from the Mrs. Hardin, Mrs. Euturpie tog the evening.
and Joseph Warren as Moder Mrs. Davis, 1841 N. W. 42nd
national and local PTA He has Newsome and Mrs.
ator. The evening worship will MarjorleWake Miss Drucilla Thompson and St., Saturday, June 17, from
recently received awards president of the
be highlighted with the crowning chap Mrs Frances Monroe were 5:00: p.m. to 7:30 p.m. All
from the National Foundation ter.
of Mr. and Miss New Pro- present Sunday morning after young people are asked to

vidence. Contestants are: having been confined to their come and b r I n g a donation.

Japhus demons, Leonard homes for several weeks.And I This is an effort toward Youth
Anderson, Booker T. Warren, St. John Church to Honor Charles Ambrose, director of Day-

Rickie Roundtree, and Ernest choir No.,2, is a patient at Veterans On Sunday June 18th, there
f, r Joseph; girls are Barbara Founders at 51st AnniversaryAt Hospital. We pray for will be a Tea given at the home

Sharpe, Deborah Jackson .. his speedy recovery. Revs and Mrs. Davis Everyone d
Marie Reese, Patricia Alkens. the banquet at the Student 'organized In the church, held is invited.. These two af-

Plan now to attend these ser- Union Building of the Univer- classes there.In The men are going all out tot fairs are sponsored b7 Capt.,

----- ----- -- vices as prepared by our sity of Miami, Friday, June 9, a recent proclamation make Men's Day an affair to) No. 5, Jeanette Davis.
REV. ALVIN L. JONESat youth. See the "youth churchin at 8:00 p.m. commemoratingthe setting May and June as the St. be remembered. The date has The Laymen Annual Day will
action" as they perform 51st anniverslty of the John AME Church 51st anniversary been set for the second Sunday climax the third Sunday after-

Edward Waters College, various tasks. The chairmanfor founding of St. John Church, observance, the pas- in August, but chairman Deacon noon, at 3:00: p.m. Rev J. E:.
Jacksonville, will deliver the the day is Joseph Warren, 6471 S. W. 59th Place, South i tor, Rev. W. A. Curry waslaudedl G. E. Hepburn and cochairman Jenkins will deliver the ser-

morning message. The after- and Gwendolyn Anderson Is his Miami, Mr.and Mrs. Marshall for his leadership In Deacon A. J. Hannaask mon.

noon will be filled with musicas co-chairman. Won't you come Williamson, and their family the community.At every man to keep in the To all our visitors, worship
the Youth Choir observe out and support the youth? will be honored as the symbolof the banquet Friday night, line of march all the way.r. with us again.

progress of the church and I the Rev. Frank A. Allen, pre- -

community. siding Elder, will conduct the

Founded in the livingroom of devotion The Rev.S A.Cousin 't' :r;
I \ BAHA'IS ASSEMBLY VALLEY GROVE Mr. and Mrs. Williamson on i minister of Greater Bethel J -0 w A

Sou t h West 60th Avenue. in i A.M.E. Church, will present

t..A program of slides covering Rev. J. Torrence, pastor 1915, the congregation Was; Judge Jack A. Falk, who will
j Isreal and Iran will be shownat Sis. Rena Huff, reporter formally organized the second I deliver the banquet address.

a meeting sponsored by the Tuesday night June 6, prayer Sunday In June, 1916, at the i Sunday, June 11, at 4:00p.m.The 1

: Baha'Is of Miami,Saturday, meeting, at 8:00 p.m. same place, by the Rev. F.W. Rev. Luther Pierce, will

I June 10, at 8:00 p.m., at the Thursday night: Usher Board I I Kinslow, who became the first i deliver the anniversary ser-

t James E. Scott Community and choir rehearsal June 8, at I minister. The Reverend R. B., mon. { !

Association headquarters, 8:00: p.m.Friday. Brookins, was presiding; The pastor, officers and
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4900 N. W. 7th Avenue. night, June 9, the,I elder, the Rev. G. A. Curry,\ membership hope to liquidatethe I1 II p.l S i t"

I Mrs. Emily Bethel of North church will be running serviceat I was presiding Bishop. $10,000 Indebtednesson jjjj

Miami, who made a pilgrimage Christian M.B. Church, The Williamson gave the the church and plans a community -

to the International Baha'I Rev. Williams, pastor. The! land upon which the original I expansion program BETHLEHEMRev. I
Headquarters onMount Car- pastor's asking all membersto : structure was erected. It was i during the anniversary observance -

mel, In Isreal, will show the meet him there promptly,at t destroyed in 1926 by the hur- which will close the 0. W. West, pastor mind. Bethlehem Day care
slides. 8:00 p.m.Tuesday. ricane and rebuilt in 1927.For fourth Sunday in June. Attention all parents, Center is now registering

The Baba'is of Miami will ob- night, June 12, a two years, the J. R. E. Lee especially working mother children for the summer ses-
serve Race Unity Day on Sun- Musical Program will be, Elementary School which was;- Have you been wondering what sion, which will begin June 12,

day, June 11, at 8:00 p.m., at sponsored by'the Carl Group to do with your children, now hours may be tailored to fit
i 11th avenue. The purpose of and they are asking the Spiritual .. TRANSFIGURATIONn school Is out and the long your work schedule. For father -

\ .' this observation is to spreadthe Gospel Singer's to open summer has begun. Bethlehem Information,please call

concept of the spiritual the program. GREATER ST. LUKE has a program and fee PL 8-3446 or PL 8-5921. Our
At the 10:45 Solemn ,
unity of mankind, irrespective Monday night, June 19,pray Mass Sunday,a.m.the 1967 gradu-Song .designed with you and yours In. school Is located at 420 N.W.
of race nation class creed. er service will start for the 40th Street.
i a or Rev. 0. Taylor
pastor :ates of Carol City High School,
The public is cordially invited revival. Bernice Griffin, reporter faculty and returning church HOPE WELL M. B. -
to attend both meetings. Monday night, June 26, the
Revival will start Rev.Roscoe The King Belair's third anniversary college students will be our :Rev. J. J. Sheffield, pastorIda MT. CALVARY
Jackson will close. will climax Sundayafternoon special guest. To this service Mae Smith, reporter

at 3:00 p.m., at t ,the public is cordially invited.
. NEW PROVIDENCE which time Rev. Ferguson will I There will be a brunch served Beginning June 5th throughune

GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. deliver the anniversary ser- 'on the church grounds for our J r 11th we are having our Rev. Atchison, pastor

mon. Dinner will be served. guests and friends. Installation services with the Cynthia Johnson
Rev. W. F. Savoy pastorTMs reporter
C. J. Burney, pastor ,
The Rev. Roscoe Jackson, Rev< D. A. Brad 1 e y opening.
Ernest Murray, reporter Sunday, Children's Day, pastor of the Greater New Ve( are also happy to have Rev. ]Don't miss this: Mt. Calvary
the morning and evening ser- )Milton, Griffin C. Smith
Macedonia Baptist Church of H. Baptist Church Invites
Plan to attend and hear Evan- vices will be conducted by the A THANK YOU CARD you to
ud
Miami, will render Revival Rev.W. 1(.Smith will closeout its: First Testimonial
gelist Rev W. M. Boyd from youth and their adult leaders. Dinner.
Meeting, at the Greater St. the service onSunday,June This: grand occasion is
Albany, Georgia,who will conduct Services are at 11:00 a.m.and Luke P. B. Church, 4205.W. Mr. Sam Leonard wishes to llth, at2:30p.m.Comeoutand held in behalf of Women's being
Day
C our revival services,beginning 7:30 p.m. 18th St., West Hollywood, beginning thank all friends and visitors join us. We promise you a on Saturday ,

.. Monday June 12 thru The pastor attended FloridaPresbyterian Monday night, June 12 for cards and flowers while he spiritual time. from 8 to 10 p.m.night Bonded, June Community 10,

23. College in Saint through 23.Services will begin was In Christian Hospital.I > Our consecration hour is held Petersburg, for the annual Special thanks to the al t 11:00 N. W. 7th
each nite at 7:30 p.m. You are neighbors a.m. our Junior A,venue. The price i
each Sunday morning at 5:00 Synod meeting. cordially invited to come outand of N. W. 49th Street. Church will sponsor the morning Everyone: is invited s 200.

1 a.m., come out early and meet Remember, you are always hear this dynamic preacher service, with a guest grand affair. A wonderful to time this I
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MT. ZION AME Miss Irene Wisenbaker, cochairman CHURCH OF THE GLENDALE BAPTISTRev. ANTIOCHRev. SHILOH
I Miss Earlene Dor-
Rev.: Milton Fayson, pastor sett These two young ladies I OPEN DOOR B, L. Turner, pastorR. p. W. Wiggins A. M. Griffin, pastor
,. promise a very inspirational I M. M. Myles, reporter
Harrington reporterI
,
f ;f I I Rev. H. C. McDowell Revival Services
pastor
program all day. If I
attend
you 1 at the
44 11 i it Is certain Annette McNeal, reporterS progress afternoon the entlfe
fA that will be y
you
am reminded of the wordsof tist Church, 1899 N.
,' both h will to Boca
spiritually and Journey
'I"Hl'- morally M o s e s in Deuteronomy 33: street Friday night,
',\1 uplifted. 27. "The eternal God is thy re- will be the closing worship with the Rev
;6; is The the speaker oi the morning, fugo, and underneath are the i I Rev. R. J. Cllffin, and his congrega-
very talented Miss their
What the Mount 011 tt homecoming.
everlasting ar m s. a VI e
Veronica Timpson, a memberof comfort it is for the true Church of Ft.Pierce is at 1:30p.m.
\\"r. ; Mt. Sinai Baptist Church, Christian to have such an assurance vivalist. lie is a will be selling
i: Rev. Cleo. Albury,pastor.She S at the church, Fri-
q ''b in the storms of life! cher.
," "/l'w (,1') is also a student at {+ When the bottom seems to fall You are invited to Please come out and

:': j Jackson Sr. High School, anis d A out of living, how encouragingIs i us in our spiritual
r active in church organiza- the realization that the eter- The members of Workers will
: tions as well many community nal God is bearing us up and No. 2 extend a their anniversary
.dij: ':' \/'i': :;' services. At 300 p.m. there will give sustaining grace for tion to their Pew facts and fash-
L \;>i, '1 j! will be a musical i b II a1
.i ,' c women.This
program,
\ : trail. When Daniel
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'>r 1 N\IJ\\ :, ; $ every was day, June 19, at 3:00
featuring many choirs from cast into the den of lions it Rev. McGriff past 0 the 18th of June,at 3:00
VERONICA TIMPSON the South Florida area, The A seemed as though death was Shiloh Baptist Church keep this date in

speaker for the evening Is the certain yet even in that tragic stead will deliver the
;
Sunday, June 11 Is Youth
forceful
Day
Miss Sharon Clark, honor our graduate
situation he discovered
and musical
at Mt. Zion. For two monthsour who is 1967
a Debutante. She
"the angel of the Lord encam- rendered by No. 2 Service, at
REV.
HAROLD
youth have worked ear- is also D. LONG
a member of Saint .
m Sunday morning If
peth round about them that fear A special
and
nestly wholeheartedly Phillips Church, Father have a church to at-
him. (Psalms 34:7), tended to
Many the
this The Rev. Harold
making coming Youth Day Bullard. She attends CentralSr. D. Long, come.
the best ever. Now that the pastor of the First United Christians can testify from graduating classes to
time is almost High School, where she is Church of Christ personal experience that those with us at morning
here we ask you a Congregational morning the Junior's
member of this shutin.'I
to come see their efforts in class. nar'sgraduating Birmingham, Ala.,will very circumstances of life The pastor will be in charge of service.
action. The theme of thisyear's All in all we expect this Youth be the guest preacher at both, which seemed to be most meet you. to visit and pray

Youth Day is "Youth'splace Day to be a great success, so 9:45 a.m. and 11:00 am wor- to threatening were used by God sick and shut-ins.
bring about increased blessing -
in the Church." come out and help us make it ship services on Sunday, June JORDAN
The chairman of the day is the best yet. 11. Rev. Mr. Long, a native of greater Joy,and more effective GREATER
Connecticut, did his under- service. Pastor tur- Rev. C. H. Smith,
graduate study at Lincoln Uni- ner will bring the messagesthis Eddie L. Gilbert, MACEDONIA

versity Pa., and his graduate Sunday. Let us pray for We, the members Jackson
CHRIST EPISCOPAL ST.' AGNES CHURCHFt. study at Yale Divinity School. world peace, the sick and less thank all our 1 T. Beard, reporter, pastor
His ministry has been notably fortunate families throughoutthis friends for working
Lambert L. Sands, rector outstanding in all areas of nation. You can't break our women's day
Gibson of
Theo R. rector Greater New
God's
promises by leaning on Special thanks and
Christian
endeavor and
Antionette Silva par- [ in of
are
reporter On Sunday, June 4,the second ticularly in its challenge them. Visitors are always tions to Mrs. Georgia : Day process.drive. The

High school and college Sunday after Trinity,the Epis- university groups and the welcome. who raised the : man, Mrs Mytrice
graduates were guests of the copal Church students who are young-adult age bracket. among the c a p t a i n and co-chairman, Mrs.
Episcopal Churchwomen on members of the graduating Everybody is invited. Annette Arnold a along with the wo-
,Sunday, at the 8:00 a.m. ser- class of Booker T. Washington BISCAYNE BLVD. choir No. 1 our the church voted that

vice. Jacqueline Carsona High School worshippedwith Sunday, June 18th, 4:00p.m., crowned Mrs. Gilbert 22, (fourth Sunday in
senior and honor student at us at the 10:45 a.m. High will mark ani I authentic fired LUTHERANEveryone and 68.The ) be set aside to ob
Coral Gables High was pre- Mass and Sermon service. letter" event. The new organis men will begin Day. The goal
sented to the congregation.After On this coming Sunday, June to be dedicated, perpetuating is Invited to wor on their Ninth for $10,000 and the
the service a continental 11, the Episcopal Church stu- the memory of Dr. KelseyL. ship at Biscayne Blvd. Luth Day program which in every month
breakfast was served to the dents who are members of Pharr, and culminating eran Church, at the 11:00 a.m. October, we are as e n set aside for our
graduates and their parents. graduating class of Northwestern event honoring fifty years In i worship service, for June 11. your support. Women's Day meet-
Congratulations to these High School will be the Christian ministry of the Pastor Polenz will preach on Dixon, is chairman. P
graduates. Congratulationsalso our specialguestsat our 10:45 pastor. The talented Mrs "0 Come Let Us Worship"- is always welcome to welcome to come and

to Gayle Andrews, a a.m. service. Berthenia S. White is the guest t Psalm 95:1-7. The Senior with us. Just sit and listen in

member of our EYC,-who is Our rector and congregationare organist; Miss Sandra Fox, Choir will sing their anthem. Let usremember meetings.
now a member of the Junior always happy to encourageour (presently studying operatic who are sick and

Varsity Cheerleaders at up and coming youth in scores at ManhattanCollege of
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Gables High. Among the sub- anyway possible especially in Music and widely acclaimed as

debs, girls of the Year-inter- religious activities.The developing operatic performer SAMPSON'S MARKET
national and debs will be guest solist.
were mem- members and friends of
bers of our congregation.Con- St. Agnes are indeed pleasedand 1[ The Chancel Choir, under the
gratulations to these young happy because of the re direction of Mr, William S.
ladies. activation of our youth pro Johnson, and the Children's 7466 NW 62 ST.

Our rector, Farther Theo.R. gram, the Episcopal Youth Choir, under the direction of
Gibson, was re-elected vice- Council. Mr.Elston Davis,and I Mrs. Erslyn Anders, will be at
president of the Dade County Mrs. Elsada Knowles are co- their best. A special litany of Free Delivery 696-5711
Civic Affairs Association and supervisors of this important dedication has been prepared.The .
Mrs. Verneka Silva was re- movement; Father Sands is the attractive dedicatory souvenir -
elected secretary at the annual advisor to this program.We booklet will be distri-
meeting which honored buted The event will climax
Mrs. at Saint Agnes Episcopal
Elizabeth V I r rick at the Ro- Church, with the dedicated te eighth anniversary of the fall !
Specials
bert King High Towers on leadership of our rector have church observance. Butter

Wednesday, June I, been endeavoring to make our '
Get well wishes to Mrs. house of prayer more comfor "

Rosina Gibson, Mr. James table for divine worship. You 2 LBS. BRISKET 2 LBS.
Cambridge, William S. and yours are always welcome
Sturrup, and John Knowles. to come and feast in righteousness STEW CHOPS
BEEF PORK
as we concentrate oa the 4
teachings of the almtehtv.LIBERTY ..
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ST. LUKE BAPTIST L BS.


CITY '1 6y4N aGROD BEEF .NECK BONES

Sunday, June 11, marks the CHURCH OF CHRISTT.
Annual Youth Day services at .e 3 PKGS. DIRR'S GOLD SEAL
St. Luke Baptist Church. The S. Holmes reporterBro
public is invited to attend all 'CHICKEN WINGS FRANKS
three services. and Sis. F. L.Thompson

Sunday morning Judge left early Monday morning
will 2 LB. BOX SMOKED
Sydney M. Weaver of the Domestic Dayton, Ohio, where they I 2 LOAVES KING SIZE

Relations and Juvenile attend a family reunion. They -- '
Court will be approximately 10 SAUSAGE BREAD
will speak. He is an excellent gone ZEKE BRADY ?
speaker and works with days or two weeks.Congratulations ,

the Youth Group at Riverside : To our high The Past Exalted Ruler's
Baptist Church, where be ser school graduates. We are very Council No 23 Is invited to 1.
ves as Sunday School Super- happy to have three of our OLEO
participate with O. W. Banner-
wi
intendent and deacon.. youth graduating this year. man Antler Guard and Templeon .
Sunday night Mr. W. C. Cog- They are: Barbara Braceful a program known as Dt. 4 DOZEN FRESH FLAEGGS GR. A '

dell, principal of Bethune Ele- from Carol City Senior High; Noble Robinson Day, June 11, -+ 13 STEMS
mentary School will be the Richard Swindle and Silvester -
at 1:00 p.m., at Mt.Zion Holi- C
speaker. Mr.Cogdell s e rv es Thomas from Miami Northwestern ness Church, 102 Avenue and
as a member of the Board of Senior High We hope
182 St., Perrine. 1 BUNCH FRESHCOUAftDS
Management of the Carver that this will be the beginningof 77
branch YMCA.At the many wonderful step-
Colonel Zeke Brady will be
3:00 p.m., there will be a ping stones in the lives of our the speaker. Subject: "Give
Musical Program at the ;young Christians.
Me Flowers'WbileIYetLive
My
church. This program will Brother Will Tynes has planned ." 5 { .
consist of Church Choirs of the I' to worship with the Daytona LBiBpRICEGRAji .
city I I tona Beach Christians this

Come out and en Joy a wonderful Sunday.! We are praying for a Dt. Susie C. Harvy, p.G.D.F c
day with the youth group of I successful trip. Dt. Ozie Mae McQuire, cap-
St. Luke Baptist Church Sympathy to Brother and Sister tain; Dt. Hattie Rogers, 1st; BEEF LIVER
The theme: "Training Youth II ': Moses Williams and family Brother Zeke Brady,Grand *. .
I In a Materialistic Society" JI 'in the loss of their father. Colonel; and Bro. S. Bridge-
Gloria Jean Perry serves as "Visit the church that makes water, Past Brigadier Gen- Sunshine Cookie Sole 4 $1.00TNF'MIAUI
I chairman. you feel at home." eral.


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26 THE. MIAMI TIMES,. .Friday. June 9,. 1967 _
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ST.MARY'S.W.M. FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev. 6 Miamians


Rev. II, V, Stuart, pastor J, E. Jenkins, pastor Get Degrees

Mrs A, E. Bethel, reporter Ruby Lee Carr, reporter
M am ;ueF ,
From Hampton
We would like to say welcome Sunday June 11, Usher BoardNo luvww

home to our returning college 2, will sponsor a Garden Hampton Institute, Hampton, i

students, Joan Thompson from Tea i at the future site of the Va., on Monday May 29th... '" r

Bethune Cookman and New Friendship, at 58th Street Hampton (Va.) Institute marked ,
Sheevean Brown from Savannah and 7th Court N, W., from 4 to its 97th annual commence-

State. 6:00: p.m.Deacon James Lewis ment by the awarding of 273

Sunday June 11, is Children'!; president and members invite bachelor's and 53 master's
Day. Our Junior Church choii you to come and en joy the program degrees:.

will sing at the morning services they have planned for Dr. M. Jr. k f .' ? +
Whitney Young, ; >+ i +! y"'H S { R i'r 1 +
Our pastor will preada i your enjoyment. Executive Director of the National ,
special Children's Day ser. Sunday the Youth Dept will Urban League, in a cogent J/ p (
mon. All parents are asked tc i be in charge of sevices as it and moving address to the ,

please be present at this service is Youth Day. Miss Teen age graduates, pointed out that the
The graduates of North- Friendship will be named. Our American Negro "needs brainpower

western Senior High will worship pastor will deliver the sermon -. not lung power" Dr.
during this service. dedicated to our graduates.The .
Young told the class of 1967,
__.Flowers will be placed on the three graduates from our one of the largest in the col-

altar by the parents in honor church are Berdella Uptgrow, lege's history, that "the way
of their children. There will Northwestern; Eugene Yates, to beat the system 0 f white
also be Infant Baptism. Miami Jackson and Johnny
America is by knowing it, not
Ways and means will meet on Tookes, Booker T, Washington shouting at it,"

Sunday June 11, at 4.30p.m.: Congratulations to all "It is time*," Dr. Young no'
at the church. All membersare of you. ed, "for the Negroes to add to
asked to be present. Our pastor will conduct Re- their repertoire of marches. Honor Graduates at Bethune CookmanShown I
vival services at Ebenezer
Dinners are being sold after Now we must march to the
services each Sunday by the Baptist Church In Boca Raton, libraries, to PTA meetings,to above are Bethune- tion major from Ocala, Florida tion major from Toano, Mis-
Woman's Day committee Do- starting June 5 through June training centers and, most of Cookman College students who ; and Ruth Scott, a Biology sissippi.
nation $1.00. 9, Let us support this revival graduated with honors this )'P trie la Sadler
all, to register and vote, major from ardeev11le, South ((1st row a ,
Let us not forget to pray and with our attendance. Rev. E, week during the 63rd Annual Carolina. French major from Natchez,

visit our sick and shut-ins.We R. Robinson is the pastor. bachelor Edna L, of Mingo architecture receiving de-the Commencement Exercises. ((2nd row)John Knight, a Biology Mississippi; Ellistine Hart, a
were happy to have Mildred Baptism next Sunday, at 7:00 They are left to right:(top row) major from Orlando, History major from Danville,
Carter and Pauline Cokely a.m. Visitors are always wel- gree; Bobbie Jean Reaves,receiving Warren Clark, an Elemen- Florida; Otis Banks,a Biologymajor Georgia; Rosa .Walker, a
the bachelor's
back in church after being out come at our services. Cometo degree tary Education major J from from Tampa, Florida; Mathematics major from
from the division of arts and
ill for a few weeks church and have your faith sciences; Rychard R,Solomon Pompano Beach; Reginald John H. Williams, Mathema- Tampa, Florida; Louis Batch,
Remember you are always lifted. Moore, a History major from tics major from Canal Point, a Chemistry major from
welcome to visit with Saint receiving the bachelor's degree Daytona Beach Rodney A, '
; Florida; Marion Walker, an McKeesport, Pa.; Eartha Wat-
Mary's, the friendly church. MT. SINAI BAPTIST from the division of arts Miller, a Mathematics major English major from Goulds, son, a Spanish major from
and sciences; Leord Deal\ receiving from Virginia; Barbara Walls, Florida; Johnnie M. Neals a Daytona Beach, Florida; and

Rev C. Albury pastor the bachelor's degree an Elementary Education ma- Biology and Chemistry majorfrom Rosemary Jenkins, a Soci-
GREATER BETHELThe Patricia Austin, reporter from the division of teacher jo r from Clearwater; Anita Miami, Florida; and Eva ology major from Lauder-

Reverend and Mrs. S. A. The graduates that education; Mary Ellen Jones, I Seabron, a Business Adminis- M. Walker a Business Educa- dale, Florida.
were pre- the bachelor's degree
-
receiving tration
major J from Moss
minister of Greater
Cousin
sent at the Baccalaureate
ser- from the division of tea-
Point, Mississippi Peggy
Bethel Miami AME Church, ; GRADUATIONMichael's
,
vice Sunday would like to thank
cher education Carl Andrew
; Garrett, a History major from
and his wife and son Gary,planto
the Young Women's for
League Williams the mas- Kindergarten Invites
receiving
Alpharetta, Georgia; Emma -
leave Miami after he delivers -
sponsoring such a lovely service ter of arts degree. Kelly an Elementary Educa- you to its graduation exercise -
the morning message
Friday,June 16, at Na-
Sunday at the Church, for two This Sunday is set aside for than B, Young

weeks the vacation Quadrenniel, and also and to Bis-attend the youth. The young people $15 Million i Church Center School, 14120 N. W.Elementary 24th Ct.,

will be taking over the service s I Opa-locka, Florida.
hop's Council Pittsburg, Pa.. all day Sunday. We would like
June 18 22. the adults to be present in full Christian Scion lists Plan New

Usher Board No. 1 will ob- and let know
us that do
you The Christian Science its white-d 0 m e d extension, MT. CARMEL
.
serve its 53rd anniversary, care. it will make us work
even Church Center is part eta 31- built|, between 1894 and 190(
(, Sunday, June 11, at 4:00 p.m. harder to let know that
you we
flanked
acre, $80 million developmentplan on one side by a block We have another drive start-
in the lower auditorium of the
can do what is asked of us.
long publishing house erectedin ed we are to
for the headquarters area saying you come
church Mr, Waiters Hicks
Beautiful are -
programs prepared
of the First Church of Christ, 1934. These structuresfrom over and help us. Rememberthe
president. for in Train-
you Baptist Scientist, In Boston, Mas- the necleus for a Church sick and shut-ins and those
will
The School
Sunday Group
Ing Union and School.
Sunday Miss Pamela Grace daugh-
who have lost some of their
sachusetts. Center that within three
meet Fridaynightat7:00p.m, May I leave this thought to years ter of Mr. Roosevelt Grace of
I. M. Pei and partners of New will Include a new 26-story love ones Visitors are always
All adults interested in parti-
everyone especially toour New York City living here in
York City are the planners and Administration Building, a welcome there will be a tea on
in the Vacational
cipating sick ones; "The things which Miami at 111 NW 16th Street
architects. The project J was Colonnade Building for audio- Sunday afternoon, at 3.00p.m.
Bible School are asked to be
r are impossible with men are 5 with Mrs.
grandmother
Apt. at the home of Brother
and Sister
announced in 1965 by theChurch's visual production and other -
present. Also there will be a "
with God.
possible Minvera Moton, won a scholarship -
demonstration Board of Directorsas activities and Robert Cummings, 9010N
t of the movie a new Sunday
[ from the Joseph
projector that we are planningto a necessary step to house School and conference building', Memorial Union Scholarship W, 16th Terr There will
buy. DRAKE MEMORIAL expanding activities of the denomination seating 1200 people.Extensive I Tauber also be a Social tea at the
of the 1199
The Daughters of Allen will represented in landscaped plazas, a reflecting *| Program homes of Brother and Sister

meet June 18, at the home of Rev Jarius W. ,Dunn, pastor more than 50 countries. Land pool and a large under- Division. Glover on Sunday afternoon
to t ten d Miami i
[ She plans a given by the No. 2
Mrs. Mildred Monroe, 500 NW clearance was begun in 1966, ground garage will completethe 1 I Usher Board
in the fall
j '{47th Terr., at 4:00 p.m Mrs. The pastor, officers and and foundation work in 1967.In center Dade Junior College 728 N.W. 77th Street. You all
to in Social work.
Theresa Clark president. members wish to thank the addition to church uses, a major are invited.
,
1 All stewards and steward Usher Board for the bulletin little over half of the land is _._ ---, .J. v- -- -- -- !

: esses are asked to be present board that they gave to the being used for leasing to pri- 3 3P

j at an important meeting at the church. This was a much need- vate developers for construc-

I church, Friday night.This request ed item. tion of some, 3,500 middle-
is made by Rev S. A, The president and membersof come apartment units, with
Cousin. the Faithful Women's Club retail shops, office space,and
thank their friends for supporting underground parking. Heart of

them on last Saturday. the project is a complex, 15 A

SALTERS CHAPEL The dinner sale was a success. acre, triangular-shaped area
Don't forget that you can get between Boston's huge Pru- .
Rev. H, M. Salmon, pastor barbecue sandwiches at the dential Unit and SymphonyHall. r w,

Betty A.. Morant, reporter church each Saturday. This Rising in the m 1 d die is

First Sunday services were barbecue is prepared by our the original church edifice and

well attended.We wish to thank chef Deacon Clyde Perkins.
our visitors. The choir is asking their NEW MT. MORIAH

f We are having our graduating friends to support them on the The Home Mission will celebrate -
v<<'seniors march this Sunday and fourth Sunday in June,this will its t anniversary, Sun-

you are invited to atte along be their first anniversary. day, at 3:00 p.m. The public is

4 with the many parents who will Please help them in their pro Invited

be there. Five of our graduatesare ject The pastor's anniversarywill
from Miami Jackson. They Sister M. Thomas is in Jack begin June 14th through

are: Miss Essie Russ, Miss son Memorial Hospital,let us 18th. The entire church has

Betty A. Morant, Miss G. P. visit her been asked for full cooperation : l7t; )

Davis, Miss Muriel Ward and ;
Louis Allen. There will be a program tonight ...... -- .- .
Our Friday meetings will CHRISTIAN HILL AME (Thursday), at 8:00: p.m.
continue as usual. Let us pray The public is Invited.To Guild Sponsors Popularity Contest I
for the sick and shut-ins and Rev M. M. Williams, pastorWe all of our graduates con
,
for our boys over-seas and in welcome you to worship gratulations.Let St. Monica's and St. Agnes She will present this crown other lar war bond. The minimum Is
the Armed Forces. with us on our first annual Wo- us continue our prayers Parish Guild, are sponsoringa long reign to the winner of fifty d o 11 a r s for all contestants -

men's Day observance for our pastor, sick, shut-ins, Popularity Contest, July 2, this contest Queen contes- We are askingallmembers -
You are invited to dine withus bereaved families and those in at 4:00 p.m., featuring mem- tants: Misses Donna Bethel, chapters and friends to
at all times at God's spiri- the Armed Services. Visitorsare bers of, the Sunday School and Margaret Moncur and little support these young people and

NOTICE tual table. Jesus will serve always welcome.Congratulations .Acolyte Guild Miss Kim Burrows, Diane inspire them to Greater
"" There will be a Spiritual Tea your spiritual meals throughhis Who will win t b is contest? Newbold, and Muir Hudson. Christian service

at the home of Mrs. Virginia messengers. This food to Mrs. Eva Grant has won the King contestants: Noel Bethel

Grant, 1415 N.W. 69th Street, adds life to both soul and body. school graduates our Leonard high Royal Crown since September, and George Middleton Donald. Mrs. Evelyn Robinson, St.

Monday, June 12, at8.00p.m., Morning speaker, Rev. Mrs. Duncanson Prescalla: 1943. She is pictured above befog Three prizes will be awardedfor Monica's Chapter; Mrs.
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t, crowned by Charles the highest amount raised Eutopla Newsome St.
in behalf of the Deaconess Flossie Marshall. Evening Duncanson Helen Williams Agnes
Williams, as the late Rev John over fifty dollars. The winner Chapter Fr. Lambert
. t Board of Mt. Olivette. Mrs. speaker, Mrs. Terry Lou Randy Galtor and Christine ; L. y
, Hodge, president. Johnson. Hepburn. E. Culmer and others lookon. will receive a twenty-five dol- Sands, rector.


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I Silva Honored for OutstaNdiNg HumaN RelatioNs Work George W./ Carver Jr. High

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Verne It a Silva, assistant serves as clerk at the above and acts each year as a volun- cation Association, National School Triumphs Again
principal at Coral Gables High church. ter worker for the March of Association Social Workers,

School was today honored by One of the honors bestowedon Dimes. American Association of Uni- The Guidance Department of invited to participate in this

the Distributive Education her was for outstanding She has been honored by the versity Women, American the Dade County Board of Public project. The students were en-
class and DECA club for out- work with young men and wo "Who's Who AmongAmericanWomen Personnel and Guidance As- Instruction recently spon- couraged to illustrate on pos-

standing work in the field of ,men. She sponsors the Episco- and Who's Who in the sociation, Florida Education sored a poster contest using ters ideas that enhance a bet
Human Relations. Miss Silva, South and Southwest. She is Association Coral Gables
on the theme: "Accentuate the ter self-image, a positive
a member of the Coral Gables the Board of Directors of School and
St. Faculty, PTA. Positive-Eliminate the Nega- self-concept, and ideas which
school. She transfered to f' ",' ,. Albans and South Miss Silva has done advanced
Nursery attitudes.
lUib.: ;. tive. All Junior and Senior promote positive
from Carver I' .N"'
Gables High fJif;:}'.1. ;" Florida Personnel and Gui- study at New York University; high schools in the county were
School where she was assis- ( : ( ,( dance Association. She is alsoa Barry College and Universityof ssxaPictured

tant principal for ninteen ,v ;' 41j'} member of Sigma Gamma Miami.
years, all having been in the : I :;:' Rho Sorority-Basileus, Egel- She resides at 3481 Hibiscus
Dade County school system. loc Social Club, National Edu- Street Coconut Grove.
Miss Silva holds a bachelor >:t'J.JJ:
from Florida A&M
degree
University and a Master of So- k" Jacqueline Carson Talented

cial Science from Atlanta Uni- ___.". .....-_, 'w _1....
versity. She is a member of VERNEKA SILVA Coral Gables Senior '
the Christ Episcopal church ol
churchman and the
pal young #
Coconut Grove, and also Coconut Grove Youth Council How many people can say that about Gables, Miss Carson
they were offered a full thought that it would be much

scholarship to both Radcliffeand harder than Carver, but it
Dorsey Closing Out School the University of Pennsylvania isn't, she says, except for

I ? Senior Jacqueline Car- math. At Carver, courses in

Year; Plans For FutureThe son can. modern math were not offered
"I wasn't really expecting and she wanted to take analytical -
either" Jackie beamed, "but geometry for a good col-
of victories
impressive
agenda for closing out the array "
I was hoping. lege background MissCarson's
is at Dor and achievements j
school heavy
year of these After weighing the advan- lowest grade came
distinctions are The
sey Mr. Wilkes Kemp, chair : ., tages of both schools, Jackie in Math V. It was a B. She is
man of Awards Day Com Girls Basketball Team, Softball chose the in the first photo are cher Nona was a first place
University Pennsylvania graduating with a 3.9 averageand
mittee, said that about 400( Team andVolleybalTeam Nona Thorn as of the Special winner, who chose to use the
j because, she ex- plans to major in languages -
awards, honors and certifi were each crowned DalCounty's plains, "It's larger and closer Adjustment Class in which caption, "Does Your Mirror I
cates were passed out at the Champion in thes} to Mrs. Rosemarie Kyler is tea- Reflect A Better You."
New
York where
i three areas for the year 1966. I have Miss Carson's talents go beyond -

annual Awards June Day 2 Assemblyheld In addi relatives." She also thinks the intellectual field. ....,. 1.,... .,.... .-.,. Il ,4 11..jL..41( .fT, IMOtG111iiMt, (
Friday, 67.The that ", .
she would like the city bet- She makes her own clothes, '"
tion to honors bestowed by Boys "C" Class Trad, '. '
ter "Radcliffe has such an'InI plays basketball, volleyballand P'x. !:
and Field Teams was crowned* I ,
Dorsey, awards were given telectual' atmosphere." The Softball. She was electedthe .e
Burdines for art work. The Champion for Dade County t 111 L ,r ,
fact was also brought up that most likely to succeed. In :.
that class. And the boys Volleyball 'I
American Legion singled out there would be more Negro making a cheesecake out of 2 .
Loretta Wells, Student Coun- team was runner-up i I students a t the University of pounds of creamcheeseat Mr. : J
the Jr. High Volleyball tour '
cil PresidentandTonyLamp- Jeff Ros iDe k' s annual desk ?
kins, for the award of special nament. Pa.Miss Carson attended Carver sanding party, it might be assumed ,,, k'r'O .

merit. WLBW (Channel 10)); Elementary, Carver Jr. High that she was the best !: )
also distributed certificates to One Dorsey student, Francis and Carver Sr. High before cook there. .11\\ -'t\:

students who completed a Simmons, established a nevi coming to Coral Gables. Be- After all, she does many : ,; MUNITY SCHOOL' t
course television under Jr. High County record ii cause of what she had heard things well.
their auspices. Track and Field for running t I fIi G Jia .

Meanwhile, committees ol the 220 yard dash in 23.02 se BAIT ".. ,(Iel
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teachers and counselors are conds. ,
readying themselves for their The Physical Education stafl, ';j, M. .
last In-Service Training headed up by Freddie Pittman bt. .
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chair man :
Department ,
Workshop, to be conducted Saturday : ::: ,
June 10, at 9:30, with eludes: Mesdames L. Chavis,
guest speaker Dr. William M. F. Futch, S. Martin, J. Tyner yM S 4 f: ,

Alexander of FSU holding forthon Messrs. E. Clapp, G. Kemj ,O't4 4S' A .,., ,
"The Teacher- A Coun- and T. McWoodson, '< "D' ; : .
selor ." Others participating '
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in the workshop include Mrs ; J1t tt;
Miriam Pratt, Mrs. Ida DORSEY TEACHERCOMMENDSSTUDEHTS t._ 'er'

Ratcliffe, Mrs. Carolyn Jen-
kins, Dr.Catherine Walton and Reading from left to right In ing awards for their entries.
are Chester from left to right are
the top photo Reading :
Jack Burns, Mr. C. Allgood,,
Rambo of 9-6 Clyde Stephens' Elmarie Spratling, 8-4 Ches-
principal at Dorsey, will sum- The boys and girls of Dor ;
homeroom, received a citationof oer Rambo, 9-6;Charles Daw-
marize. All guidance project sey Jr. High: Your Physics
Honorable Mention.William kins, 8-4; Nona Thomas,
school staffs are invited. Re- Education Teachers expres
holds the First Place Trophy Special Adjustment class;
freshments will be served. their thanks to you for manta
awarded to the school. Roosevelt Springer, 8-2;
this year's physical fitnes:
The Dorsey student council, The bottom photo shows all Robert Brown, 9-6; and Her-
a great success.
a body of over 30 classroom program Dorsey has made history i. rr."" ,_ '- .- .- --. of the Carver students who entered lene Gaddist, 8-3.
representatives sponsored by posters and are recelv-
Miami, in Dade Coynty 1
Mrs. Nancy Combs,closed outa Florida, and undoubtedly in tl ie In the spotlight tonight(Thursday) when Jackson's -
year rich in activities witt I United States with 347 boys an 1 Toddle Inn presents its 21st graduation program will bet

newly and VicePresidentAlma girls who are winners of th May King and Queen Michael Shirley and Tonda W//
Nicks o n. Incumbentsare presidential physical fitnes I Hams, who were crowned recently in ceremonies at the NOW OPEN

: Albert Hackner, presi- award. school. Among star parents omitted priously are Mrs.

dent, and Vanessa Haynes, You have probably read 1 Dolly Whithead, Mrs. Rosa McDuffy, Mrs. Geneva Cater,
Vicepresident.Future your dally newspaper tha t and Mrs. Odessa James. Glamour photo. vSPECIAL
Teachers of America Parkway Jr. High was cited!;i

(FTA) also terminated a yearof the leaderin Physical Fitnes;!' The Parent's Club of Jack- commend Mrs. I. B. Moselyand LIMITED TIME ONLY

rewarding activities with wth 271 winners Using a little, son's Toddle Inn held its final her proficient staff for a I
8x10
their 22 members receiving of your arithmetic,you can se,: meeting of this school year on wonderful Job in training the 2
special awards and FTA pins that this particular news iter 1 Friday. Major items of business children. We are all proud of

for their service to Dorsey and is definitely incorrect. included echoes from the the school and what it offers living
the community. This year, Unofficially, we are leader!* Mammouth May Day activl- and attesting to this, we say
members of the FTA servedas In Physical Fitness and wear I\! ties, the graduation exercises again thee nroll ment reads ColorJAY
Teacher Assistants at Dor- awaiting an official acknow to be held at Brownsville JunIor like a Who's Who. The dis- -u-w
sey, Liberty City Elementaryand legement of this, from th I 3 High School June 15,at 7:30: cerningcarefulparent who desires BAKER I

the EOPI Child Oppor- American Physical Fitnes:5 and the Gala Party held annually something different otogr.plls

tunity Center. Sponsors were: office in Washington D. C.. at the end of the year always chooses Jackson's
Mesdames E. Davis, L. Davis Thanks to all of youl! Freddi,8 for parents and staff. Toddle In.

and D. Pittman. Pittman, Physical Educatio a The May day spectators in- Mrs. Odessa. James, is pre- t
The Physical Education Dept. Department, chairman, Dor- eluded persons from other institutions sident, Mrs. Robert Seniors, f1 g REG.

truly had a banner year with sey Jr. High School. and they were so im- is secretary and Mrs. L. E. lY/
pressed that J a c k s o n' s stu- Thomas, is reporter. $18.00.
dents were invited to perform

many times giving repeat per 1

Public formances of the dances and RN t sp'RTU'tiSV1' Hours 1-8 p...
1.7203 Notary J
Phon NA activities. A group performedat ,>
Miami Dade Junior Collegeand RILL TYLER Sunday 1-6 p...

Just last week a group
J. 'tau Ie'weeting spent the day at Hebrew aca- Th. Ultl mate In PhelegrohyOlSE

( } demy, 2400 Pinetree Drive Mi- J\

AND ASSOCIATES ami Beach, and gave a perfor ( R Rp SNOP) I' '
mance. They enjoyed j lunch
S PUBLIC SERVICE with others. ml

This is the time of year when 634-9389 / OF / HOLOGRAPHY
1 Public Relations ConsultantTh.otrical accolades are being pinned on 1711 .
Editor Tb Miami Tim. parents and staff for perfor: 1930 NW 7 Ave
mance of Jobs well done dur-
1 ing the year. Watch for further NOTARY fUBLIC i' BILL TYLER p7741 JAY BAICERr

16351 NW 18th Ploc. (Bunch. Pork) Miami, Florida reports along this line. INCOMI TAX SERVICE !
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Round About .11 Mystery $28.1 Million For Summer I

Surrounds

TalkBY ''. / Youth Programs :

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Death ofBrownsville
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JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL I' Informed sources:Washington In New York, $6,797,000; Mid- The local agencies can ask
said this week that the anti- Atlantic, Washington, D. C., for money for sports activities

PEOPLE ARE TALKING ABOUT Billy Strayhorn, Jazz]y poverty agency expects to have $4,077,000; Southeast, Atlanta such as baseball leagues,
composer and Duke Ellington's arranger (main man for 2!) all Its summer youth pro- $2,807,000; Great basketball, other athletic con-
years) died of cancer May 30, at the Hospital for Join 5t grams in operation by June 20. Lakes, Chicago, $5,543,000; test and swimming and for
Diseases. He was 51 years old, worked for Duke since 1939, Woman The plans are designed to keep Southwest, AustinTexas, playgound facilities. It canalso -
Composed Duke's theme song, "Take the A-Train" and man;Y youngsters busy and to avert $2,389,000; North Central, propose programs for clas-
others. Best known "After All," "Chelsea Bridge," "Da: racial unrest. Kansas City, Mo., $2,070,000; ses In arts and crafts dra-
Come "Midriff "I Police suspect a hit-and-run Its seven regional officers and Western, San Francisco, mas, music workshops or con-
Dream, "Raincheck, "Johnny Lately, ,
driver In the death of a51- has been allocated $28.7 mil $4,317,000.The certs, shows and street fairs.
Jackie Wilson and Mode
and "Passion Flower" Singer
year-old woman found in a va- The funds can be used by local -
lion by the Office of Econo- regional officer of the I
Harris the weds a surprise. J
Harleen ( newly ) marriage
cant lot in the 2500 block of NW to
Edgar Hoover doesn't see eye to eye with Martin Luther Kin<1 mic Opportunity as their share OEO is soliciting legal com- community agencies I
thi 51st Ter., at 6:30a.m.Thurs- which the anti-poverty agency munity-action agencies to pre- work with hard-c 0 r e gangs, ;
or Stokely Carmichael on the hot summer racial violence in 5
large cities Meantime last week rioting broke out In Boston -. day. received out of the supplemental sent proposed programs for youth guidance, take youngs- I
.- James Langston Hughes died of heart failure in Ne ir An autopsy revealed, that $75 million that Congress. the summer. These will be reviewed ters on field trips and two- i
York's Poly-Clinic Hospital last week. Poet, playwriter an 1 Gracie Mae Moye, of 2295 NWs appropriated May 25. and, If approved, pas- week camping trips, and for I
author, "Even in death he shall live on in his works." Lo 46th Street, ,had a fractured The remainder was receivedby sed on to Washington for fin- supplementary, remedial and :
Angeles Supreme Court awarded Mrs.Bertha Franklinthe woman skull and Internal Injuries. the Labor Department for ancing. tutorial programs. I I II
who killed Sam Cooke) $30,000 personal Injuries. Mrs, its Neighborhood Youths I
Barbara Cook also filed counter suits,she's former wife of th<'I Sheriff's Sgt. Dale Bowfin Corps. It plans to make avail I
late great Rock and Roll Star, Sam Cooke. said that injuries could have able summer Job opportunitiesfor OUR CLASSIFIED ADS f t
been caused by a beating, but 341,000The
the presence of skid marks on money has been allocated -
MISS LAVERNE BETHEL the road indicated she to
might various regions as fol- BRING RESULTS
ODYSSEY GUILD ROSE DEBUTANTE '
1 have been struck by an auto- lows:
-Daughter of Mr. and '
mobile. Northeast, with headquarters
Mrs. Scoop Bethel. She likes I
reading and sewing, attended
Bushwich High School, Brook- Move To Save I

lyn Nurse., N. Y.Lavern, ambition expects,Registered to attend Allapatfob Help' Fight The War on PovertyIf II I

a Florida college. She wona a job Is where work have f
cash scholarship from the Community LaunchedDialogue open you your
'('Odyssey Guild of Brooklyn." employer or yourself call one of your Neigh-

Her grandparents are Elder and The Allapattan communitywas which asked the CRB borhood Centers.
Mrs. James H. Bethel of Mt.' given $900 by the Community for th funds.
Pisgah Seventh Day Adventist Relations Board The survey is designed to Downtown C. Dent 377-0525
Church. Resident, 3240 N. W. i I Thursday to help it save itself learn how much contact exists Brownsville S. Hutcheson 635-8435

214th St., Opa-locka. The Rose |from falling to pieces. between neighbors, how many Liberty City C. Sutton 696-4350
Debutante Cotillion, June 3, at I The once-thriving neighborhood transients are residents, how
Henrv -Hudson- Hotel-- (,main Ball now bounded by the East they feel about the place they Coconut Grove I. Readon 445-5387
room) 57th Street, N. Y. C. Mrs. LylleSenar, the charming West Expressway, N. W. 20 live, what they need,who their Perrine F. Bowe 238-5771
chairman, was in charge. St., N. W. 12th and 27th Aves., leaders are, and to determinehow Homestead L. Rahming 238-7081
has deteriorated rapidly the much influence the largely -
FLORIDIANS AROUND NEW YORK-"June is busting out past few years as its residentsand Negro area, directly northof Opa-locka D. Irving 681-4683

all over" May 27, Big Florida Ball, at the Savoy Manor businesses moved to other Allapattah has on the neigh- OR CALL
Ballroom 149 Street Bronx .. Tuesday Mem- of the borhood.
big success. areas city. ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY PROGRAMINC.
orial Day, May 30..."Sam and Dave" gave a Memorial per- The CRB was told by Mrs. "The Allapattah problem Is i
formance at the International Theater, Trenton, N.J. Joe Joan Olsen, community resi- more than people," said CRB 395 NW First St., Miami, Fla.
Tex will think twice before going on a stage behind "Sam and dent, that the area, rapidly member Moss Hunter. "The J. McArthur or. W. LatimoreJob I
Dave" Leroy Walker, 301 W. 150th Street, NYC (on the changing from white to Cuban area has been badly fracturedby Development
A wild side) doing good.He is the son of Mrs. Annie Mae Walker, and Negro, has "a very bad two expressways, and the t
I l 909 N.W. 2nd Ct., Miami Elizabeth Bryant heading south, 'situation building up." changes have been trem n- 377-8601 Ext. 113
1 first stop, Gainesville, visiting Mamie Blackshear, at 1025 N. The area around 36th St., is dous." ,
W. 7th Avenue, then Miami bound... Mary Elizabeth Cl ese- "a very tense spot." Mrs.Ol-
boro, 906 W. Renfro Street, Plant City, gets greetings from yen said, and '"the business
Willie and Mary Louise Goodley and FredGlover on their way section is a ghost town. It is
to the Boston bond ballroom .. Hazel Foster (formerly urgent that we do something to WHY NOT DO YOUR
Williams) discussing Willie J. Calhoun, 53rd Street, Miami try and hold the community together -
policeman and Annie Lee.. LulaBoston of 600 Teasdale Pl., ."
Bronx(No. 2-A) NY, a real foxie babe,can't wait for vacation The money will be used to
time to visit her Miami folks, Sam Smith, 809 Branch Street conduct a survey under the BANKING AT LINCOLN?
and Martha Jordanformer Washington)(of 558 E.Water Street t::,sponsorship of th Center for -
Opa-locka Buster Tolliver at the General Post Office. r -- --" 0"'" ,, I .

Jessie Walker (former Miamian) of 222 N. W. 116th Street, Full Banking Service it'"", ,:;< ,: ;;
NYC, is visiting with his ailing mother, Mrs.Irene Bardley of CITY PASSES HOUSING ?Y' 0"i : il "
N. W. 14th Street, Miami, who is seriously ill. COURT With Hours Tailored I (. ,.","' '
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TEEN TALK AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY-James Brown ':),; :'). l:
t and Revue at Cheetah on B'way Sunday past, stopping traffic given to convicted I tenants. To Fit YourConvenience I '. .,J. .;rl!
I with "Let Yourself Go" Sam and Dave heading west. Guilty landlords would be sub ; :'Iij) "
to ,I"A ;:",, ,
ject fines. :
1"
: "When Something is Wrong With My Baby," Ft.Worth, Texas, ',;; ";''''"'' '
j, June 8. Aretha Franklin's No. 1 hit, "Respect," dedicated Sofge said that the new sys- \, ".,
t to Miami's own policewoman, pretty Betty Ma jewski? Four tem could be created as a partof \
Tops' hit, "Seven Rooms of Gloom,"to Adam Clayton Powell, the existing courts. The ex-
'cause the Supreme Court said they can help him if becomes pansion of its powers to Include -
back to the states and f a c euptothings i .. not before all housing activities FULL BANKING FACILITIES ;
Temptations "All I Need" to pretty Rosetta Cunningham. would require state legislative OPEN MONDAY THROUGH
The S upr e m e s' "The Happenings" dedicated to(the Willie approval, he said.Commissioner. FRIDAY FROM 9:30 A.M. TO
Swindle 111' girl) Dorothy Arthur Conely's "Sweet Soul Athalie 2:00 P.M. AND ON FRIDAY '
Music" dedicated to Music Man Reggie Sandllands(Cotton Range, who intoduced the EVENINGS FROM 5:00 P.M.
Club) Toussaint McCall's "Nothing Takes the Place of Housing Court idea, said the UNTIL 8:00 P.M.
plan had created "bitter mis-
You" dedicated to (my man) Stanley(Line-o-Type) the one- '
man newspaper who knows everbody and everbody's racket but understanding. She'suggested DRIVE-UP
WINDOWS WILL BE LAVERNE FLETCHER
is always giving some poor sucker a break. This is Scoop appointment of a special
I Bethel. C-U-NX-WK. study committee to make some OPEN ON, SATURDAY FROM Teller Trainee
\\ of these points clear. 8:00 A.M. UNTIL 12:00 NOON
Came to Lincoln i I from Miami
Tenants are hoping that the
FOR THE FOLLOWING BANK
provisions of the court would Jackson High in Sept. 1965 asa
WHEN THEY MEET" apply equally both ways. TRANSACTIONS ONLY: DCT trainee. After graduating

RECEIVING OF DEPOSITS in 1966 he remained with the

CHECKS CASHED FOR BANK bank as a Fulltime teller trainee
THE MOLES ALL AROUND
CUSTOMERS and is read"to from
Petersburg, Virginia June 16-18, 1967 serve you
Under the leadership of Mrs. Rosalyn Palmer Dixon Na- MaintenanceMan RECEIVING LOANPAYMENTS 8 a.m. each morning at the convenient -

tional President, The Moles will hold a three-day conclave Drive-up Window.
In Petersburg. "Meeting The
Needs of The Community," the

conference by the theme delegates, will and be discussed vis Lincoln is Your Bank. Use itl! a

itors. Good salary. Must be
The Moles, established to cement ;j

among the its members bonds of, also friendship strivesto reliable.mises. Live on pre- NATIONAL BANKOF

':f promote the civic welfare of I
all women. With some 17 chap- [1LI] MIAMI
)* ters and over 500 members, the PL 8-4755 Fint fully integrated bank in the entire Southeast-
J distaff organization,Is flow. In Its right here in the Edaon Financial Center
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17th year. 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 7594431J Ih;

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SOCCER WILL MAKE A BIG HIT HERE BY LEO

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While covering the exciting game between the Miami Cobra's

and the Scotch Dundee Champions, I was impressed, by the PUT SAFETY FIRST IN SUMMER HOLIDAYS

speed, foot work, dribbling the ball, etc., this went on for 45 Summer, the most delightful season of the year, is often
minutes, each half. Besides all this, it isa rough game. Dun- turned into an era of heartaches and sadness; because year
dee didn't come to play soccer, they came to try and cripple VaolirY after year as the, gay season approaches and the millions
the Cobra's. From the fans point of view especially those who set their minds and thoughts on the great expanse of roaming
know the game from a to z.thls was on the dirtiest games they wilderness, lakes and oceans, and on the inumerable amuse-
saw played. This was no honor for the championship team. ment centers, the vast varieties of sporting activities; they i
Although the Cobras lost 3 to 1, they played a good game, with fail to remember the little safety gadget known as fICA UTION./

more practice, they will show Miami a first,class Soccer To act with caution; is to apply the safe and intelligent rule
team. A Soccer referee's Job isn't all peachesand cream. He .: "'" -- to obtain the most enjoyment from whatever the activities may-

is all alone on the field except for two linesmen. No flags Joe Black (left), former markets,told the Ad Club be; after becoming conscious of the hidden dangers that may be
dropped for fouls, Just a blow of the whistle, the ref does this tional League "Rookie "while the Negro market concealed there.
alone. The ref last Friday was Anthony Nina, and he had m) Year, 1952" and record only 11% of the Space does not afford a listing of the accidents that do causeso
easy job Graham Ramsay, pro football star, field and playing ting Dodger pitcher,now it accounts for 23% much grief especially in the summertime; but here are a
coach for the Cobras, played as a county player In England as President of Special the shoes sold in the coun few that hold a high position on the very unpopular list.
a schoolboy for 15 years, also with Wolver Hampton Wander Greyhound Lines, Inc.,mln'T' and spends 12% more for Automobile Accidents This grim reaper could be put out
ers, a leading English team three years, plus playing in one cussed "The Negro than do comparable white of business if a little more caution would be used by motorists
of the leading amatuer leagues in Britain. He also coached at and the Changing in regard to speed limits, or to( their mental alertness (refrain
various levels in England. He is also handicapped with one one an address before the W. Domuntz,Ad Club Pre from intoxication or fatigue).
eye, but can he play soccer? Our own city commission Mrs. tising Club of Greater (right), presented Mr. Drowning The yen for a cool splash on a warm summer day
Athalie Range presented a proclamation to the team.She kick- Wednesday evening May with a plaque naming is a most delightful experience; but this undertaking without
ed off the first ball, what a kicker.O. D. Henderson, presidentof Mr. Black, who is an official "Ad-Admiral" of the capabilities of a good swimmer could be disastrous.Full .
the Cobra boosters club Informs me he Is taking it up with on marketing patterns in Club. knowledge of the surrounding waters when boating or
the Orange Bowl committee for them to play their games there, fishing is also a life-saver.
not a bad idea, for the first time pro soccer was introducedhere Hunting Accidents This has taken its toll;too little know-

the turn out was suprising, 4,500 know from what I saw WANE Radio ScheduleMONDAY ledge of firearms or safety rules on hunting grounds has given
of the game, the crowds will increase. This is a rough tough rise to many mamed vacationing hunter.
and an exciting game. This Saturday,June 10,at 800: p.m. Co- Ignorance of One's Physical Condition. Strange as it may
bras' vs.Ukranlan all stars,the team that gave Dundee fits.Theylost THRU FRIDAY seem, this is capable of doing more injury than it is creditedfor
4 1 and 1 0, will see you all this Saturday at Curtis ; to engage in too strenuous activity when not physically up
Park. 6 7a.m. Old Ship of Zion with Joe Walker to par can lead to many complications. The proper knowledgeof
'I 11 a.m. The Fred Hanna Show any such condition can be a guide line to safe healthy re
i 11 3 p.m. The Butterball Show creation.

3-7 p.m. The Nickie Lee Show Looking the Sports World Over wish everyone would enjoy
7-11 p.m. Brother Ray's Gospel Train their summer in the best and safest manner possible and let

11-1 a.nu Hotline us continue to look the sportsworld over summer after sum-
1-5 a.m. The Rockin' Rogers Show
mer.

SATURDAY6Noon ALL-STARS VERSUS EARL'S MARKETThe
,
The Fred Hanna Show
Noon 6 p.nu The Nickie Lee Show Central Miami Little League is sponsoring its First
6 Midnight The Butterball Show annual All-Star Game this Friday, 7:30 at Manor Park.
Midnight 6 a.m. The Rockin' Rogers Show Earl's Market, who Is leading the league at this time, will
1 be the host team. The members of the all-star team were
P ,SR SUNDAY ,. ,chosen by the managers of the five other teams.
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Here is the complete roster of the All-Star Team.
6 a.m.1 p.m. Joe Walker Gospel PLAYER t TEAM _> SCHOOL AGE
''I 1 p.m. 6:30 p.m. The Booker Jerry Show Donald Johnson Service First Allapattah 11
6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Donald Wheeler Jones Speaks Ron Tucker Service First Allapattah 12
7 p.m.1 a.m. Brother Ray's Gospel Train Gerald Harris Service First Lib City Elem 11
William Clark Range Poinciana Elem 10
< t -... 11
f Matthew Thompson Range Poinciana Elem
Alfredo Alfredino, British Honduras; City Commissioner, Maurice Thorpe Range Charles Drew 11
Athalie Range, Alfredo Gordon, Brizil, pose for Miami Metro Calvin Lamb Miami Times 11
News Bureau Photographer.IT'S Harold Sampson Miami Times Dorsey Jr. High J2
Fred Jackson Miami Times 11
A SHAME FOR THE GAME John BeggL Keith Wynn Shells City Little River 11
Charles Drdw 11
Michael Jones
Marlins and its Shells City
With all this poor publicity about the per- 11
sonnel, let's all start over again,and look forward for the best. Norman Bryant Llb.KashKury AIl2.pattah 12
Hicks Allapattah
Andrew LlbKash
Karry
Monday night before a very poor crowd, the Marlins looked Gladeview 11
Frank Allen Lib Kash
themselves 4 runs, 7 hits in 4 Innings. Then the rain came to Karry
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spoil everything, this is all I have to say. I don't believe in Ezio Ross Service First Poinciana

pouring gasoline on a burning house. ILa
North Fork School Reflects I
MARLINS SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK
Happy Year of Activities

June 9th at 7:00 Marlins vs. St. Pete, Satur-
day Friday, June, 10th, Marlins, vs.p.m.Tampa, at 7:30p.m., Sunday June The N o r t h Fork family has"; .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .

11th, Marlins vs. Tampa, at 6:30 p.m. This Friday, June 9th enjoyed a fruitful activities year. There tha j j: SEE EXCITING :
varied
it's St. Kevin's Catholic Church night. were *
a provided for social, cultural, : .
and intellectual growth. *
JOE BLACK FETED HERE .ji j .
.Mr A e o One of the most impressiveof j .

Past Brooklyn Dodger star pitcher,Joe Black,has been promoted the activities was the Teaching j j 1 *

to vice-president of special markets,Greyhound Lines, Career Month program. *
Joe is a very interesting character,I had the pleasure of having This enlightening activityfea- :1 *
went over old.times. He ,.,: tured the teachers and the ,1 A
breakfast with him last week, we h ; .
Is a well educated person, taught school for 6 years at Plain- 7. principal.Mrs. : ., '
field, New Jersey. Joe was the first Negro to win a game in a 4 : Wilhelmlna King, the A
/ 1 i music teacher, sang the op- : .
World Series this was In 52. .
... .
.., '' eratic number "La Sonnam- ,1
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t"I. .
> '. ,
r !'': ; j;::?;'! bula" Mr. Bentley, our prin
rf'1' > INTERNATIONAL *
:1' '
';' cipal, gave an inspiring mes-
THIRTY-NINE BALL TEAMS UTILIZE SIX DIAMONDS IN :: }IiS' '; > ,, ---f1"/ !" sage to the boys and girls. :; PRO :

DISTRICT IH '' ." ':'; > 0<, %;;: ,:j Mrs. Glovine Jones, chair- ,,.: SOCCERMiami :
of ? > :\ .r: man of this program, enlightened -
recreation *
District ffl Athletic of the department <; 't
program ,
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,,. :.: i"., the students with "Ex *
r1
Ft. Lauderdale,is in full swing with th-ty-nine ball teams t i
fo Teaching as a ;
utilizing the six baseball diamonds in the district.The thirty- cerpts : Cobras :
the mood ,
Career.-To change ,
six softball lea- \ MitMi'i Own Mijor l.aM Cub. )
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nine teams three baseball leagues, ,
compose
; Mr. Davis drew a colorful picture t
nt gues and one adult ladies: softball turn sponsored Helen'sKindergarten r1wasliere11 of summertime to the t i r A

and Nursery. music of"Summertime." ;: VS.UKRANIAN :
for the following agef
Softball leagues have been organized Creativity was further demonstrated j ALL STARS +
and boys Jr. High boys and girls,
groups: Elementary girls In the dramatization ,t
! Senior High boys and adult men. of"Give Me Your Tired,Your 't SATURDAY, JUNE 10
Baseball groups are: Knee Highs, boys 10 and under; Mid- a Scotch actually taste good?Ask the bom-and- Poor by Mrs. Maudine 't. A t
gets, boys 11 and 12 years of age and the Jackie Robinson bred Scotch drinkers. They've been smacking their Mrs. Jacqueline J. :t
" old. A few of the Suddenly this grand Peters, 8 P.M. CURTIS PARK :
baseball league Tor boys 13 thru 15 years lips over John Begg for'years. Forcer, and Mrs. Gloria G. ':;
sponsors are: Ft. Lauderdale, Police Benevolent Association, old name is on the tip of everybody's tongue. 7 ake a Jackson.To .
Ft. Lauderdale Fire Department, Public Works, Ft. Lauder- peg o'Begg.It', a wee bit better than the best," say culminate such a varietyof N.W. 24th Av.. m4 lOll ft.r .
dale Recreation Department, Washington Pharmacy, Beach the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg,whose talent, Mrs. Willie P. Adult .$2.0 CHILDREN-NO +
Auto, Westwood Park, Bob North Motor, McDonald Hamburger taste is gentle and whose price light. McCoy "Bless This : Set Wends Grilles Ctal Xttper! :
Domestic Sewing Center, Rays Market and Pepsi Cola '.II\PIIICIRI ve cu-K,...,. HPIIIU IT lAID I."** i a,t...i House." sang I. . .. . .

Bottling Company.



30 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday. June 9. 1967 .

SOU I H DADE NEWS stroyed by fire a few weeks ago Bloneva Munnings of 105 Ave., 6:00 p.m.
Thanks to you that have contributed there will be a tea sponsoredby Mrs. Alma Williams, Is president -
Mrs. Ma Us s la Harris and to me. May God bless the South Dade Women's and Mrs. Albertha Dan I
James Harris would like to each of you. Club you are invited. Time 4- iels, is vice president. j
take time out to say thanks to REALTY 1
each and everyone who helped
them when their house was de- On June 11, at the h 0 m e of REAL NICE Homes For Sale
OPEN SUNDAYSELLER
VETERANS, FHA AND CONVENTIONAL

FINANCING PP.YS ALL CLOSING COSTS

Honesty Is Our PolicySELLER DOWN PAYMENT AS LOW AS $100.00 Pretty 3 bedroom CHS:[ large fenced yard. Fla.
Room, jalousie windowsbir conditioner, awnings.
PAYS CLOSING COST Bargain at $11,000, $350 down, $68.31 month ,

Lovely 2 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, Fla room, carporte, SEYMOUR M. ROTH Real l Estate Broker .'

hardwood bus school floors and, FHA $350 down, $71 month. Close to 14510 NW 21 AVENUE PHONE 681-3515, NO RED TAPE NO QUALIFYING "
shopping. 'Modem CBS, tile roof, carport, air conditioner, ',
Cash buyers, investors, here is a stealll!! Only $6,000, I. C. MICKINS, Salesman Phone; 634-0500 on large'completely fenced lot. Pay $1,000 down "\

2 bedroom, I bath, Fla room, CBS, stucco, on extra and takeover FHA mortgage of $9,600 payable. :
large corner lot. Hurryl I Don't miss this bargain 1 :' $81,, I month, pays.all (includes, taxes and 'Insurance, li) ;

A House !
Lovely 3 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, like new, awnings, Buy Today

extra large lot, FHA $12,000, $400 down, $74 month, MOVE RIGHT IN NO QUALIFYING SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
no closing cost.
Modern 4 bedroom, 2 bath CBS in new area in
Lovely 2 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, Fla room, tile roof, ((1)) 3274 NW 68th St 1 bedroom house. $50 Opa-locka. House Is on large lot and has been
hardwood floor, close in town location, close to bus, down. $20 week. painted inside and out, like newoo"liancestoo.
FHA $11,500, $350 down, $71 month. Bargain at $12,500, $400down and $77.61 month,

((2)) 1301 NW 60th St 2 bedroom house. $75 FHA.
Choice residence lot in fine area. 50x100 clean.
down. $22 week. '
$2800. ..,,\ Ht 'l. i,1! 1,1'
NO RED TAPE MOVE'RIGHT IN
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2 CBS beauties on 1 lot. Front house, 2 bedroom, 1 ((3)) 2295 NW 91st St 2 bedroom house. $295 From' house, asbestos shingle Aiding, 2, bed--j\ ,,i ,'
bath, Fla room, rear house, 1 bedroom, 1 t
carporte down. $24 week. rooms. Good location In Manor Park, 15th Court ":",
bath, beautifully landscaped. Lots fruit trees.
Drive
by 2245 NW 96th Street. :,: near 46th St.f Bargain at $5,500$500 down, andgtf\ 1
$57, month? Move rlgnt 'In. Mo qualifying! :. ; lii'M'
((4)) 3160 NW 67th St $295 down. $23 week.

Atlantic & Pacific SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
A. ((5)) 1318 NW 43rd St $300down. $73 month.
Realty .Lovely corner, 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS In Opo-
NrAMS locka. Tile roof, (jalousie windows, awnings,
((6)) 2501 NW 58th St 3 bedrooms $300 dn.
,
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Fla room, terrazzo floors, large fenced yard.
6231 S.W. 8 St.
$78 month. Near shopping, school, etc. Bargain at $13,000

FriA wits $4blcdown and'$8I82 lIIont .Spatle. ..
"E66o-041l ((7)) 2345 NW 65th St Brand new duplex.
Fenced in, 2 bedrooms each side. $995 '
M"
FOR FREE RIDE MOVE'RICIIT''rIN' ,
down. HOME"AND.INCOIV1E I ,
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"IT PAYS TO BUY FROM A REALTOR" 2 bedroon'CBS: and separate 1 1bedrooman!!; 11}
((8)) 2101 NW 93rd St $250 down. $84 mo. Uti ) stoves1rondrefrigerotott.Price!
closet 'portJi, ; ;:, *

BEFORE YOU BUY SEE US FIRST HOUSES FOR RENT "4 onl TW?*ri$14,000$1,900'downr t" 1 ; *$10amnth.: :V, !.'.,
1529 NW 51st Terr. $22 week
VETERANS &
DISPLACED PERSONS $100 DOWN
5710 Nil 7th Ct. $20 week SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
FHA CBS HOMES
Modern 2 bedroom CBS, carport, enclosed front
((1)) 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath, Flo room, Garage OPEN SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS porch, awnings, Seller will paint, refinish floors,
$12,000 $300 Down $80.31 monthly
etc. to make house like new. Bargain at $10,000
((2)) 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath, F lei room, Garage FORD REA TY.INC. Broker with $300 down and '$62.22 month, FHA.
$12,600 $300 Down $78.90
4 monthly .
((3)) 2 Bedroom Lake Front Beauty 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635.4595 ;,:; ,,!NO RED.Tp'PE.'MOVE'ItiOHTIH' '

$16,500 $850 Down $122.00 monthly pays all. sLlke'Ww, \\3'' bedroom CBS, tile'roof f,' lflrgefoTm|J :! !-
((4)) 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Wonderful Location co built-in kitchen, Jalousie \;windowsJawnlngsjas )
$14,500 $450 Down $90.12 monthlyNO wall hect Beauty for $13,750, $1,000 down
and takeover FHA payments, $90 mo. pays all.'r,,
QUALIFYING, 3 Bedroom Beauty
$12,850 $1500 Down $105 monthly SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

REAL CLASS, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths Lovely 3 bedroom CBS in best location. Fla room,
$18,500 $2600 Down $135 month pays all. / ui1ErMR 1 1s tile roof, jalousie windows, stove refrigerator,
WON'T LAST LONG, 4 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, CBS large landscaped lot. FHA price $14,700 with
$12,500 $400 Down $77.61 monthly $450 down and $91.40 month.A .

MANY OTHER CHOICES r s s
BETTER HOME ON BETTER STREET:'''i l:,4;

I CALL Carlton Realty (BROKER) Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. on l .'elySt".;" .
1 Flo room, carport, front porch, tilt roof, built-l in' I
1J 635-3177 kitchen, central heat, awnings, {alousied win'''''
J dews, picture window, large fenced corner' l lot. 1
, BETTER HOMES FOR BETTER LIVING This beauty has everything! FHA price $16,500,
i $600 down .', : ;
$101.99 month. ;:,h; :
: \,; 2466 NW 99 TERRACE
Best Buys 'inr. Town Gorgeous custom-built 3 bedroom, ? bath, screened SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
': .ill. 1,' '" '' circular drive
patio, central
heat
J' $800 down Like new CBS at 2820 NW 207th St. This beauty
NO CLOSING COSTS ON THE FOLLOWING payment. FHA terms. has everything! Florida room, patio, air conditioned
2161 NW (100 STREET carpeting, stove, refrigerator, large land.
front POOL HOME CBS BEAUTY. 2 bedroom, Fla room, 1 year young.2 bedroom, custom-built doll house. scaped lot. Right off NW 27th Ave. FHA price
porch, dining room, garage, screened patio, Double $350 down $12,000 with $400 down and $74.41 month.
carporte. FHA.
air cond., central heat. Exclusive area. $600 dn.,

$16,000 FHA 2140( NW 86 TERRACECute \HOME AND INCOME MOVE RIGHT ItF: t

CBS BEAUTY 4 YEAR NEW. 2 bedroom, diningroom 2 bedroom, newly painted, only $95 total. We have a few 5 and '6 unit apartment buildings \*r
beautiful front porch, utility room. $300 $300 FHA. that can be bought with as little as $2,500 down! ';'
I down. $12,500 FHA. Live free '"
in one apartment and collect tnconte* 'r
BEAUTIFUL 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, dining room, NO QUALIFYING HOMES from the others.These are all modern, CBS buildings .",
utility room, garage, appliances, no qualifying. 2001 NW 83rd Terrace 2 bedroom, fenced, awn In best neighborhoods. ":' \ ''
$1,500 down, $10,000 total. ings. $54 month pays all.

$150 DOWN, NO QUALIFYING, 2 bedroom, large 3120 NW 12th Avenue Large 2 bedroom, Fla. WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES -
eat-in kitchen room, garage, front jalousled porch. Close to bus,
utility room. !It's a beauty. shopping and school. YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOME FOR
Newly painted inside. Only $7,000 total $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
INCOME PROPERTY DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFYWE
LIVE IN ONE & RENT ONE. 2 CBS beauties. 3 1861 NW 42nd St. Almost
1
new. bedroom
BEDROOM, dining room, utility room, carport, lex, FHA terms. dup. HAVE INCOME PROPERTIES, TOOl!
appliances. 2 BEDROOM completely furnished.
$600 down, $16,000 total.A 2377 NW 95th Terrace. Gorgeous custom built

4 UNIT CBS. 2 bedroom each apt. All furn. duplex. 2 bedroom, Fla room each side, huge
One apt. has Fla room Ideal rental area. Reasonable closets. 6 years new. '.LlfE'REALTY 9

down. $23,000 total. HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWN I

WE HAVE MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS NEW VA LIST FOR BEST SELECTIONS THIS
$100 DOWN FOR VETS & DISPLACED PERSONS WEEK.
4932 H.W. 7 Ave. !
WE SPECIALIZE IN HOMES FOR PERSONS
SHELL REALTY BEING DISPLACED IN URBAN RENEWAL AREA,
MIAMI HOUSING PROJECTS, VETERANS.CALL PL 9-4371
TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY. YOU'RE ONLY A
,4260 NW 7th Ave.. 750-5551 PHONE CALL AWAY. :" .

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, June 9, 1967 31

FOR SALE FOR RENT FOR RENT

CLASSIFIED ADS 2419 NW 81st Terrace Nice 2 bedroom CBS apt. $22. Large efficiency. Furn.Adults
I CBS, "Almost new", 2 bed- week utilities
$20
CBS, 1 bedrocn, apt. $17.50. only including -
rooms, patio, modern kitchen, ....
1217
IS WORDS OR bedroom NE Miami Ct. See
LESSSL50. 5C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD FHA $11,500, $350 down (vets apt. $14.
Apt. 4. 888-5727.
DEADLINE FOR Very large house $25. manager.
CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON $100) monthly 7152. This is /
I, too good to miss.Aetna Realty Small, bedroom, duplex. $19.
Clean for
I FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE (Broker), 811 NW 54th Street, CBS, large Deposit 1 bed.Required apt. $17.50. man. $11 efficiency per week.employed 121 NW

Free rent plus income. to Open 4-6 p.m. day Phone and: 757-5724 Sunday. Open Satur- Liberty Rental Agency, 2020 39th Street.

vest in a new duplex. In fine 1250 NW 90th Sacrifice by owner. 41st St. NW 62nd St. Call 633-7809.
locations. The price is right] STREET Miami Room in private home for so-
area. Beach 4 bedrms
,
Total 8901 8th Avenue
235-2958. (TF)) $20,000 FHA terms 3 baths maid's NW ber quiet working man. 47th St.
$1,000 down. 3 bedroom 2 room andbath, CBS, 2 bedroom, enclosed garage Furn. room in private home. area. 634-9654.
bath charmer, very large garage 2 fla rooms, sunken living rm, and porch, tile roof, wall Use of entire house. Manor
SWIMWEAR. Direct from fac- with beautiful large dining room, dinette and to wall carpet central heat
,
grounds. Park area, lady or couple. Lovely 2 bedroom adults. $22
tory bikini's 7-14,reg.$12.99, Rear yard, fenced with lovely large kitchen. Individual air sprinkler system, FHA $14- 635-5876. week. Efficiency $20 week. NE
now $7.99; Large size 36-48, patio, with overhang eat out- conds. Call 532-5097 for appt. 500. Only $450 down (vets 5-5566.

reg. $14.98, now $10.99. Boy] side all year long. This is a only $100) monthly$90.12.Act Furn. room, separate shower.
leg. Brochure on request. La- must see. Drive by then call Large moving van. Chev. Excellent now. Aetna Realty (Broker) Private entrance. $8.50 week.

Belle, P.O. Box B,Hallandale, me. A. Ben-Kori,Realtor, 612 cond.$295.Owner 532- 811 NW 54th St., Phone: 757- 751-4309 635-1078.
Fla. 33009. NW 60th St.Call anytime,751- 5097. 5724. Open Sat. and Sun. CHILD CARE

r( 2243. Nice room in private home fora

I BANK REPOSSESSIONS! 6925-27 NW 6th Avenue clean respectable lady only. Childcare in my home. Your
ri i 736 NW 66th Street Open 4-6 p.m. 1964 Buick Special, 4 door, Live free in this deluxe 2 bed- 691-0425. child will have the very best
No qualifying air conditioned, power steer- room CBS duplex, oak floors, of care. 759-8335.
2 bedroom, D. C. pine, turn 1380 LITTLE RIVER DRIVE ing, radio. tile roof, stoves and refrige- $16 per week. 1 unfurn. bed-

$9,500 total Open Sun. 2-6., Total.SI9.000 1966 Buick Wildcat, 2 door, rators, FHA $15,500. Only room apt. Free gas and water. HELP WANTEDSales
f' Call Mr.Wilson $900 down, 3 bedroom, 2 baton h I i hard top, air conditioned, po- $500 down (vets $200).No clo- 6037 NW 24th Avenue

I J. K. Realty, Realtors, the canalbeautifulgrounds,, wer, tilt away steering,power sing costs. $96.21 monthly. trainee wanted. Will i

I 947-7571 fish in your own back yard, Ige,, brake, radio. Don't wait, see today. Aetna Furn. apt. 1 bedroom.Suitable train young, neat,hardworkingman
)4: eat-in kitchen, coolest housein 1966 Ford Galaxie 500,4 door, Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th couple' only. 86 NW 25th St., who speakes well. Salary

r Best NEW home buy in town. town. A. Ben-Kori,Realtor, air cond., power steering,radio St., Phone: 757-5724. Open 635-6515. and comission while training.

3 bedrooms, 2 baths, sewers 612 NW 60th St. Call anytime, Sat. and Sun. Must have car. Call 887-8267
r and city water. 276 NW 40th 751-2243. LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK 1 bedroom duplexes. 4721 NW for Stoll. (indef)
I St. and 400 NW 40th St. Reasonable 759-4431, Ext. 67 8811 NW 17th Avenue 15th Ct., $15 wkly 1956 NW

Wynne. 2352958. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, large Fla CBS, 2 bedroom, enclosed 47th St., $19 wkly; 1761 NW Need licensed real estate

m room, double lot, Urge k-! 3 bedroom, CBS, Fla room, porch, carport, tile roof, oak 43rd St., $20 wkly; 118 NW 45th sales people. Apply AlA Real-

, 2 bedroom CBS on lot 50x150, chen, separate dining room, FHA, near school and buses. floors, FHA, $12,000. $400 St., rear $12 wkly 4113 NW ty, 751-1402.
I FHA terms. Only $300 down $17,500 FHA, $900 down pay- $13500, only $350 downpay- down (vets $100)) monthly 23rd Ave.$20 wkly. Dixie Ren-

t' payment, seller pays closing ment. Drive by 5901 NW 5th ment or $100 to vets. Drive 7441. No closing costs.Move tal Agency, 3202 NW 17th Ave,

costs. Front jalousied porch, Ave., then call Fenster Realty by 1410 NW 39th St., then call today. Aetna Realty (Broker) 633-2429.
hardwood floors, one air con- (Broker) PL 9-8779. Fenster Realty, Broker, P19- 811 NW 54th Street, Phone: Duplex Apt
ditioner. Drive by 1429 NW 31 ,_ I 757-5724. Open Sat. and Sun. 2 bedroom apt. Unfurn. 4845

y Street or will be open Satur- 2 houses on 1 lot. CBS, 3 bedroom NW 16th Ave. Nicely painted.
; day and Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. 2 bath, plus 1 bedroom, Swimming Pool Home. 3 bed- 2260 NW 93rd Street Immed. occupancy. For Rent
1, Fenster Realty(Broker)PL 9- 1 bath, all furnished.Tremen- room, 2 1/2 bath, 4 air conds. CBS, 2 bedroom, Fla rm., oak Large 1 bedroom apt 566 NW

9779. dous value,sewers,all this for garage and double carporte, floors, air cond., huge lot 22nd St., wkly $16.Only 3 per-
f $13,500. Terms to be ar- plus den and extra room. FHA 107x140, stove. This home in sons. Immed. occupancy. Un Free Gas

, 3 bedroom, 2 bath,CBS. Large ranged. Drive by 3221 NW 11th only $16,000 with $600 down like new condition. FHA $12- turn.
lot in the finest area. $18,000 Pl. then call Fenster Realty, payment or for vets$200.Open 500. Only $400 down. (vets 7648 NW 17th Place, 1 bed.
f with $1,700 down payment. (Broker, ) PL 9-8779. Sunday 1.6 p.m. Location Is $100)), $77.61 monthly. Hurryl! cottage, unfurn. wkly $22.50. 7584754DO

f Drive by 1220 NW 88th St., 2490 NW 96th St.So we will see Hurryl! Hurry! Aetna Realty, Immed. occupancy.
then call Fenster Realty 1096 NW 59th Street you at the house. Fenster (Broker), 811 NW 54th Street, Call Mr. Gross daily 4446126or
Realty, Broker, PL 98779.PSSSTTTIII Phone: 757-5724. Open Sat. & night 4482824.One .
(Broker), PI 9-8779. $11,900 total price Sun.

Lovely 3 bedroom, Fla room, YOU APPRECIATETHE
2 bedroom apt. Unfurn.
A very huge duplex. CBS, 3 2-car garage, easy terms, FINEST?
9030 NW 9th Court
3368 NW 51st call
Terr Mr.
bedroom, 2 bath and 1 bedroomand Spitzer Realty, Realtors. $100 down, CBS, 3 bedrooms, or
CBS, corner, 2'huge bed- Gilbert 3371 NW 51st Street
1 bath. Oversized bed- no closing costs, $55.80 mo., SEE:
rooms with a very large front 1330 NW 90th St. CBS, 3 bed- Aetna RealtyBroker), 811 NW" rooms, double garage, can be 634-4321. 2390 NW 95th TERR.
third bedroom, air cond., total -
porch. Large utility room. room, 2 bath, huge Fla room, 54th Street, Phone: 757-5724. FHA dOWDpayment OPEN SUNDAY 2 TIL 5
$15,800, Room. Men only. 1430 NW 68th
Drive by 1035 NW 35th St.,then oversize garage, 1 air cond., Open 7 days. is $600, monthy $98.14. Don't St. $1400 DOWN

call Fenster Realty (Broker) central heat, FHA value miss this one. Seller pays all NO CLOSING COST
PL 9-8779. $20 (non .Hi 000 Only $350 down, steady job,
down monthly BIG BEAUTIFUL HOME
Aetna Broker
costs. Realty ( ), 2 bedroom duplex. Newly decorated -
good credit. You can buy this
12187.Open. FOR YOU PLUS
payments 811 NW 54th St., Phone 757- Stove and refrigerator. -
3 bedroom CBS plus on lovely 2 bedroom CBS home $125 MO. INCOME
S garage 696-9206. (J16)] ) 5724. Open Saturday and Sun- Cool and comfortable.$90
waterfront, Just painted. Price near Northside Shopping cen- LOVELY LARGE F LA RM.
$15,500, only $500 down pay- Refrigerator. $10. 5035 NW ter and school. Only $10,500 day. per month. Call owner, OX 6- WALL TO WALLCARPETS

ment. Seller will pay closing 5th Ave. Apt. 3. total price. To inspect phone 2392.
costs for location and appt., Austrian Realtors, 2416 NW HUGE DOUBLE COR. LOT
1707 NW 81st TERRACEA Furn. efficiency $)5 wkly. includes -
79th St. 691-6372. HURRY THIS WILL
I call Fenster Realty(Broker), House in Carol City by owner. ,
frame home lights water
excellent location gas, SELL FASTIALLAPATTAH
PL 9-8779. No qualifying, immediate occupancy -
ALLAPATTAHCBS for a professional man waste removal. Applybetween
beautiful ranch style three bedroom and two or Individual business, office 12 and 2:30 Saturday. 2221 NW REALTY
central 1 ,
3 bedroom, garage, REALTORS
ALL GOOD BUYS fencedyd. bath rooms with Fla room, tile within, fully turn., two bed- 57th Street.
heat, porch, patio, rooms two baths. Vacant lot 633-0426 is
CBS ,
duplex inAllapattah.$400down. roof, hardwood floors. FHA
other extras.$1500
$102 mo.pays all. 1 side ., many terms with valuation of in rear facing NW 82nd St.,
down buys our $3,000 equity.
rented down for building or parking.Owneron
$80 per mo. Assume our 23-year VA 5- $14,450. $450 payment.
Large CBS duplex, 90th Street 1/4 mortgage balance $12,900. $112 per month. Biscayne premises. (Jun 16)
area 2 bedrooms each Inc. (Broker) 759-
large Realty,
$100 a month pays all. 624-
side. $600 down. $116 monthly 9854. 8600. EDISON 1 1 Specials I
pays all.Each side rentingpays
$85. NO QUALIFYING

CBS, 3 bedroom and Fla room, BANK REPOSSESSIONS! $350 down payment. $9000 full .

fenced yard, near 79th Street, price. $85 per month,CBS, two CALL EDISON TO SEE THE FOLLOWING
$400 down and $91 month pays 1964 Buick Special, 4 door bedroom with large kitchen, PROPERTIES
air conditioned, power steer- ,hardwood floors No red tape.

all.We Have Other Good Buys ing, radio. Move in. Biscayne Realty, Inc.
Call 751-9784 1966 Buick Wildcat, 2 door, Broker 759-8600. ((1)) No qualifying. $830 down. FHA already placid.
Now
Mike Scatton, Realty hard-top, air conditioned, po- PAN AMERICAN Off 7th tile Avt. In 40's. $90 mo. pays everything.CBS .

wer steering, power brake, roofgarage.
DOLL HOUSE WORLD AIRWAYS ((2)) CBS duplex.T.rrano floon.$400 down FHA.Near
CBS, furn. 1 bedroom, 1 bath, radio. 5th in60's.
1966 Ford Galaxie 500,4 door, CBS on 90x90 lot in perfect Ave.
large Fla room asking$9,400.For "
((3)) $66.78 mo. pays everything. No qualifying. FHA
conditioned steer- condition. $350 down on FHA The World's Most
air
power
that wants the
one very mortgage already placed. Takes $1500 down. 3
valuation $11,500. Pay- Experienced Airline
radio.
best ing,
: bedroom 17th
CBS. Near Ave. in 60'i.
star tire 2 ments $85 and the sel- NOW HIRINGSTEWARDESSES
SCOTT LAKE 1962 Oldsmobile, approx.
No qualifying lovely CBS home. Beautiful
((4)) corner,
3 bedroom, 2 bath, screened door hard-top, full power, air ler pays your closing costs. modem kitchen. FHA already placed. Near 17th
porch, built-in stove and oven, conditioned. Biscayne Realty,Inc.(Broker) Ave. in 90'i.

carpeted, central heat, fenced Lincoln National Bank 759-8600. ((5)) Duplex. 2 bedrooms each tide. $450 down FHA.
back. Asking $19,000. Terms. 759-4431, Ext: 67 To Fly All CBS, terrazzo floors, near Miami Ave. in 40'1.

" We have VA & FHA homes HUGE FLA ROOM Six ContinentsMutt ((6)) Large clean home with beautiful swimming pool

from $100 down. AlA Realty, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, large liv- LARGE CORNER be finite" ,'{' II thru and 2 Fla.rooms and2 reverse cycle alrconditioners.
7511402. ing and dining rooms, garage, 21. Height IT te IT. Also has cottage. 2 lots, 100x100. $15,500 total.
with Fla terrazzo .
CBS room,
Weight! Kite 140.lei Seed -- ---
porch no
front ,
oak floors, floors, carporte, circular dr., health. Said vltton. Mutt WE HAVE MA'NY'HOMES AND DUPLEXES, FHA
Open Sunday 2-5 p.m. qualifying, no closing costs. down on FHA valuation of ,be high school jriduittKnewledte
1743 NW 92nd Street Move right in. See: 4121 NW $400 el a ferttnlangueie. TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU .
" $6,500 total price 11th Place. Call owner 758- $12,500. $97 month. Vacant CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
Fully turn. 1 bedroom homeon call for appt. to inspect. Miami Interviews $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
8749.
75x105 ft. lot. Only $600 Biscayne Realty, Inc. Broker, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21 DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY.

down. $60 mo. Spitzer Real- Plymouth Station wagon. All 7598600. For Interview appointmentCall OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY .....
, ty, Realtors, 759-8741. power air cond. $165. Owner. $71 MONTH FHA
" Pan Am 637-2778
532-5097. CBS total price $9500 FHA
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1086 NW 59th Street valuation. $200 down and $71 .r..lr.r" 'EDISON ,REALTY Realtors
$11,500 total price 18 CBS house, consisting ".,14.lt.t. ,
room, per month pays all.Nice home .... .... ,
Fla. ,1." Offl.
Large 2 bedroom, big of 4 apts. 7 hotel rooms,
with enclosed front porch. 14 N.I. li.Av..Miami.An 'N.W. 6M S* 7514441r
room, $109 month pays all. 2 car-garage, large lot. Will Near Northside. Biscayne 115 ,. ,

Only $300 down. Spitzer Real- finance. 710 S. Dixie Highway, Realty Inc.Broker, 759-8600. Iquil Opportunity tmpleyer '
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ty, Realtors, 759-9741. Hallandale.. (June 19)




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