The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: June 16, 1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Vol. 44. No. 43 MIAMI FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1967 24 PAGES 15<


History was made Tuesdayin fore as NAACP counsel, will .>,
Washington when solicitor be no stranger.
General Thurgoo Marshallwas r The President said: "Sta

appointed as the first Ne- tisticians tell me that probably ':'

gro member of the Supreme only one or two men living have
Court. argued as many cases before

L President Johnsonannounced the court and perhaps less
the appointment as he and than half a dozen In all the his-

', the 5-year-old grandson of a tory of the nation."
slave sat on a sofa In the White Marshall served as gover-
House. The Senate has to con- nor of the Virgin Islands dur-
firm the appointment beforeit ing the early 1950's. .'
becomes effective. NAACP Executive Director
a'o Marshall succeeds Justice. Roy Wilkins said of Marshall's

Tom C. Clark who retired nomination: "We are happy indeed -

Monday. He has an enviable over this history mak-

record as a Jurist,having ser- -- ing appointment.The .

ved as a pioneer civil rights MARSHALLFor nation will be getting nota
lawyer for many years. many years the Supreme mere Negro showpiece, but
Out of 32 civil rights cases Court has Included one an experienced and able Jurist

he argued before the Supreme Jew and one Roman Catholic who loves th law."

e. Court, he lost only three. His among its nine members.With Members of the National

most famous legal victory! was the appointment of Marshall, Newspaper Publishers Asso-
won In 1954 when the court rul- the largest minority group In ciation initiated the move for .

:,: '4'f ed public ,school segregation the country-.the Negro-.will Marshall's appointment to the ,
unlawful.As be represented for the first high court in March 1965 at a
counsel general for the time. House conference with Presi-

f NAACP, Marshall had previ- President Johnson noted dent Johnson. They never let

ously won a long list of cases that Marshall, having argued the president forget it In:bree

V which earned for him the name 19 cases before the high courtas subsequent White House con-
\ of"Mr. Civil Rights." solicitor general and 32 be- ferences.Jacksonville .
When Marshall was namedto

the U. S. 2nd Court of Appeals -

by President John F. Elects

Kennedy In 1962, he had some ,
difficulties in getting Senate

confirmation, but there was

little' Senate opposition when*"-Negro ,Woman to .}
Johnson appointed him sollcl

tor general In 1965. His Supreme -

Court nomination Is expected -

to meet still less. Council

He does not expect there will City
\{ ':' be "much trouble" about get-

ting Marshall confirmed for
First in their race for 50
------- his said Florlda'sSenator
new post,
I Smathers. :years and the very first of .
NASSAU, Bahamas Elizabeth Knowles, crowned Miss Bahamas 1967, receivesa Justice George Clark, whom Mar- I their sex, two Jacksonville

kiss from Sandra Jarrett, Miss Bahamas 1966. With tears of joy filling her dark shall replaces, retired after 'Negro women won democratic .
other beauties in the Bahamas I nomination to the City ..r'
chosen eight Beauty
brown eyes, Elizabeth was over his son, Ramsey Clark, was "
Pageant. The crowning marked the end of Sandra's one-year reign. The 18-year-old/ appointed attorney general. I Council last week In a second

brown haired beauty exhibits championship dimensions of 352436. Elizabeth will The son of a country club I primary election.

compete against girls from 60 countries In the Miss Universe contest during the July steward, Marshall was born In Mrs. Mary Littlejohn
c; retired school tea-
; ingleton
777 pageant week in Miami//Beach.. Baltimore, July 2, 1908. His i.I
I her and window of barbecue .I
first major civil rights vic
I hair operator Isadore Singleon -
tory was in 1935 when he compelled -, .II
the University Maryland : won with 21370 votes over I
Of Youth Triggers V 111 lam Elbert Thompsonwhite
1 Killing to enroll a Negro law student ....,. .
.. an opportunity he himself '(: ) who had 16,158 votes. "" --
was denied. Mrs. Sallye B. Mathis alsoa ;
I Riot Fires Set 1 graduated cumlaude former school teacher, received have a Republican opponent in I
c ; from Lincoln University, Pennsylvania 19,938 votes, defeating the general election, will take '

In 1929,and Howard Barney Cobb who had 16,895 office on June 23. She had the l',
School WashIngton largest number of votes among
University ,
of"communications" betweenthe factors that the people couldno votes. Cobb, who was elected
Tampa, the "Cigar City, D. C., In 1933.In of the candidates in the second t
by help
both with..overcro'ded four ago
But leaders on longer years
smoked Sunday night as some ra es. answering the question if primary. \t\
il sides were caught off guard housing; high rent, dis-pro- the i Negro votes, reportedlysaid
400 Negroes rioted and set on the appointment came as a want them in Louise H. Ritter, Jackson ;
he did not
violence erupted. high unemploy-
when the portionatel
fire a row of small urban renewal surprise, Marshall said"It'snot ville's incumbent Mayor, was
seemed to have reckoned ment woefully inadequate re- this election.
and bars on Central They but .
I houses something you expect, defeated by a first-time runftoer -
will h ve to
without the man on the creational 'facilities, and the Mrs. I
Avenue Several buildings for.' Hans Tanzler, who wasnot'a
something hope ,
you ent .
street. Increasing breakdown of the bee a Republican ,T.
were gutted by fire and looting. favorite among Negro
Rioting continued Monday on a Mayer Nick Nuccio, a vet- family unit In the area! C. Forsyth, in the"general voters.A !i

:t smaller scale and erupted eran Tampa and Hillsborough Speaking for his group, a election on June 20. Jacksonville Journal staff
when County politician, now runningfor teenager said they wanted
again Tuesday night writer observed Block
Charles Simmons, a Negro, : voting
set off 19 fires. a third term as mayor,was"astounded" "better places to go Negro -
youths was elected to the City Civil solely on the race of a candi-
by the two nightsof policemen, no more pres-
The disturbance was trig date Is still of life in
Service Board in the first primary political
vandalism and looting which sure from the corps
after Martin

three weeks ago. Jacksonville, but cracks are
Chambers, 19,was shot and cost $250,000. N i n tee year-old Johnny Mrs. Singleton,who! does not appearing in the blocs.
t killed .by a white policeman The! mayor blamed the Lee Robinson, rock 'n' roll "

1 as he fled from an arrest for on "Irresponsible young boys singer said, "Give us re-
burglary. running wild." spect. Don't treat us like we're NAACP State Meet Here 1
chairman of
in Central Cody '
Young Negroes
dirt the ground. rl
on "" State Conference Marvin Davis Florida State
the bl-racial committee of the The Florida ,
Park Gardens Ybor City and down .
The rioting was put ,
I ft hold its Director will be guests on
City agreed that communication of the regular ,
West Tampa broke out into early Monday and the fire ex it,;
board meeting in Dade Friday and Saturday. Officers
with the Negro communityhas
violence, throwing bricks, tinguished. More than 70 Ne- # '
been "excellent.! 'd County this weekend. and members of the NAACPare
bottles, molotov coctails, arrested and Jailed -
"Nearly all the Negroes in gores were The sessions begin Friday asked to participate in
cursing and shooting at law officers on various charges. Most tY
and setting fires. this town are opposed to this under 25 evening June 17, at 8:00: p.m. these affairs.
of them were years. --- Governor Claude Kirk flew riot," he said.Nathaniel with a mass meeting'in the j
to the troubled city Monday, Crooks, directorof Tampa's antipoverty head, A Miami Jackson teacher, South Dade area .. 17440 S. Luncheon on Saturday at

and Negro and white leadersof the Tampa Urban League, Don Taylor, said the riot Isaac Von Burns, Jr., 24, of Dixie Highway, Perrine. 1:30 p.m., at $3.00 per plate.
the community met in an attempt said; "Tension has been smoldering should help him get more federal 1860 NW 47th St., was fatally On Saturday, from 10:00 Tickets are available at these

to find the cause of the here for some time and funds for expanded sum- injured early.Saturday,whenan a.m. to 3:00 p.m. the session numbers: 621-0870, Mrs.
trouble and a solution. broke out when the boy was kil- mer recreation programs, auto he was driving strucka will be held a the Alcazar Hotel Brunt; and OX 1. 3471 Mr.

The Gulf Coast City, with a led. "These things sort of open guard rail on the Florida 500 Biscayne Blvd. Miami. Richard Dowell. Reservationmust

population lof 300,000,has always "The outbreak was caused your eyes"said Sheriff Mal- Turnpike Just north of the ,Mrs. Ruby Hurley, South- be made on or before ih

boasted of a fair degree .by the buildup of many social io\m Beard. Dade-Broward line. east Regional director,and June 16.lI A


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2 THE MIAMI TIMES FlhhiHJ .n**.16. 96t __ .

FOTTOMfftWAttend' .l Vt /* Butcher Kills Man In

Instituteon Grocery Store

nk $ isI DesegregationEighty A butcher shot a 36yearold Livingston (Pete) Rolle of
I J'tpx{.. man to death Friday after 721,1.N. W. 16th Avenue, died
from 20 ,
of a chest wound minutes afterb
South Florida Counties will attend ). was, shot in Joe's Market,
a six-week J1981 N. W. 15th Avenue,about
Institute for work in desegre- 5:15 p.m.Rolle .
gated schools, beginning July
fy't 12, at the University Miami. who was a cleanupman
J The institute is supported by for the Chinese grocery,
a federal grant of $68, 705 to witnesses told police,was shot
l the University of Miami Schoolof when he refused an order by
J 2 : Education, which is head- butcher BernellBowlegYarbrough -
& t ; y quarters for the South Florida to clean the floor,
f School Desegregation Con- which Yarbrough said he hadu
:i '' rtiig sulting Center. Mark Adams, r i n a t e d on. Yarbrough was
; UM consultant in education,is jailed on a first degree mur-
director of the institute, said ber charge.
Dr Michael J. Stolee, direc-
tor of the center. Police said Rolle's last
The institute is designed to Livingston(Pete) ROlle words were: "I won't mop the
deal with the theoretical and the victim refused to clean the floor because I didn't do it and
practical problems of deseg- ,floor or the shop, police said. you won't shoot me, either"
regation. During the morn-

Abraham Turner, a part-time staff member for Congressman Dante Fascell and tU ings, participants will intern Don't
..S. Capitol police officer, meets Astronauts Eugene Cernan (I.) and Thomas Stafford >. in desegregated classes in the Like Your Taxes?
with the Congress man (rt) The astronauts visited Fascell to discuss Fascell's Dade County summer-school
bill which would authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to strike three gold medals sessions. In the afternoon they Squawk To Review BoardThe
honoring the astronauts killed in January in the Apollo spacecraft disaster. will return to the university
The gold medals would be presented to the widows of the three men Virgil campus for lectures and seminars Dade Tax Review will the second floor of the court-

Grissom, Edward White and Roger Chaffee. The bill would also authorize the production ?_________ be in session until June 23 at house, or may be mailed in.
of bronze duplicates which will be sold to the public. ALCOHOLICS the County Courthouse, 73 W. Acting Tax Assessor Wirt
ANONYMOUSTOCONVENT Flagler St. Property owners Culbertson said assessmentswho
wish to appeal their 1967 are the same as they were last
Avon Billington Fund Raising IN MIAMI BEACH assessments had better do so year unless property owners
I Members of the Miami A.A. before that date. received notice of an increase.
Drive ReportThe t Groups will participate In the Petitions for review may The assessment rolls are
next international conventionof be filed in person at the office open to inspection court-
plight of Avon Billing- EOPI Neighborhood centers, Alcoholics Anonymous, to of theDade Tax assessor, on house and at all city halls.
ton, was brought to the atten- was $3100.MIAM1AN be held July 3 5, 1970,at Mi-
tion of the community by an ami Beach's Fontainebleauand
article in the Miami Herald. r Eden Roc hotels and Con-
Avon Billington is 20 years F vention Hall, it was announced Phon. NA 1.7203. Notary Public|,
old and lives with his parentsat today by the movement'sGeneral -
2265 NW 166th Street,Opa- wr service board, which
locka. At the age of 16, Avon maintains a world service and
became ill with a kidney ail information center here. <(. tnuIe\1 ca1eeIiu
ment, and during the course of The fellowship of recovered
treatment at Jackson Memo- 1 (non-drinking) alcoholics will 'AND ASSOCIATES
rial Hospital, the doctors be- be celebrating the 35th anni- / PUBLIC SERVICEPublic
lieved he had been cured of versary of its founding in

this ailment. Some months ago Akron, Ohio, bytwoexdrunkards Relations I Consultant
Avon became ill again with the
formerly considered
MRS. ALLENE V. JONES Theatrical Editor Th. Miami Tlm.>
same illness. Now he is in TAYLOR hopeless. Such an interna- .
Jackson Memorial Hospitaland tional convention is held by A.

the doctors say his con- With the, end of this school A. every five'years. This will 16351 NW'18th.'Ploc. (Bunch.,,Porkl 'Miami, Florida'
dition will not improve unlesshe term, Mrs. Allene V. Jones be the first in the Southern U.
is kept in a kidney machine. --
S. A.
Taylor is retiring after teach
This machine will keep his GOES TO GHANA .
ing than
more 40 years. She
blood purified, and over a pe- Aundrella Bunyan has been was the first Negro High
riod of time will enable this
selected to work and study on School teacher in Dade
diseased kidney to become the Gold Coast of Africa this to receive the Career Incre- WHY NOT DO YOUR
healthy and function properly. summer She will join a team ment Salary Increase for
Avon is living in the hopes of of African,Canadian and Ame- teaching
ability.and knownas
becoming a healthy oung(Dan rican college students under was
one of the better disciplinarians BANKING AT LINCOLN?
once again. The kidney ma- the privately financed work- .
chine that Avor,deeds to insure camp-study seminar, a
his becomi'i a healthy young friendship and aid program She has travelled in and out Full Banking Service
man cost $10,000. The staff of known as "Operation Cross- of the U. S. As one of the organizers ;
the FOPI learned of this and roads Africa." of Sigma Gamma Rho
deeded immediately that this After five days of orien- sorority much work has been With Hours Tailored fit. ..
wa J a situation that could in- tation at Douglass College,the done by her to help keep it an
voive; the entire community. co-ordinate women's college active, growing Greek organi-
Ea h staff member of the Liberty of Rutgers University,she will zationJ! To Fit YourConvenience
City Neighborhood B-2 leave the states on June 23 and
Ce'iter was given two canisters return on August 26. Her interests include many
each and a neighborhoodarea Aundrella's team project will social, civic, community and '
to canvas. Outstanding benefit the people of the com- church activities. She hopes to t X71
during this drive were Mrs. munity of Bechem, Ghana. devote much of her future timein
Azzie Lee Marshall and the She is presently a Junior at travel and business affairs FULL BANKING FACILITIES
Lincoln Field Tenants, who Spelman College of Atlanta, with her husband J.R.Taylor. OPEN MONDAY THROUGH

raised $65.00, and the Royal Ga., a Miamian and the daughter A FRIDAY FROM 9:30 A.M. TO
Dukes Club, of which young of and
Mr. Mrs. Eddie
Erroll Johnson is the presi-
Bunyan, Jr. of 1165 NW 60th
dent, raised 6561. A tran- Street. CHURCH SUNDAY EVENINGS FROM 5:00 'P.M.
sistor radio was also offered UNTIL 8:00 P.M.
for a donation of 50f.
door canvassing, the help of OPEN ON SATURDAY FROM Teller Trainee
Mrs. Marshall and the Lincoln -
Field tenants, the Royal DOORS 8:00 A.M. UNTIL 12:00 NOON Came to Lincoln I from Miami

Dukes club, and the 50$ dona- JALOUSIE GLASS SOLD FOR THE FOLLOWING BANK Jackson High in Sept. 1965 asa
tions for the radio, the staff I TRANSACTIONS ONLY: DCT trainee., After graduating
of the B-2 center was able to WINDOW GLASS HUNGINSTALLED
assist the Avon Billington REPAIRED RECEIVING OF DEPOSITS in 1966 he remained with the

Fund Raising Drive in the CHECKSCASHEDFOR BANK bank as a fulltime teller trainee
amount of $616.17. The total CUSTOMERS
and is ready to serve you from
sum to date for the Avon Bill 696-4077 1821 NW 79A St. RECEIVING LOANPAYMENTS 8 a.m. each morning at the con
ington Fund Drive, with the
participation of eight other venient Drive-up Window.


A new approach to treatment -

on and specialized medication blood baled VET TV LINCOLN NATIONAL BANKOF

and laboratory teiti. Also

f 379-7735 First fully integrated bank in the entire Southeast-
DR. H. HAAG right here in the Edison Financial Center
PL 1-1234 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 759..31F



>'THEMfAMl. TJMES, F.rWoJt.n. ,16;.'1967 3 :

face Foreclosures For No Clues Yet in. Bob Kidnap Case

The Dade Sheriffs Office is She is about five feet six, 140 away in a car described as a
asking for help in its hunt for pounds, biackhairwithme- 1964 Buick, silver in color.
falling to Pay Garbage Bills the woman, in her early 20s, dium-dark complexion, police The mother went through
who is a suspect in the Boykin believe. The mother said she hundreds of photographs at the
Dade County homeownerswho kidnap case. Both the local law was wearing a yellow A-line sheriffs office Friday, then
have neglected to their the owner in the form of at tor- Dade County Courthouse at a department and the FBI say, dress, black T-strap shoes, gave an FBI artist a description -
ney's fees and court costs. rather good pace,but there "We need "
garbage bills find them help. and carried a black pocket- of the woman who took her
may "It would be shame these still many more people to be About
selves facing forclosure 1:45 p.m. on June 6, book. baby and disappeared.Police .
comparatively small amountsdue heard from. To help alleviatethe an attractive neat An unknown
notices if they failed tomeet young Ne- Negro man, described the child
their obligations by June 12. were permitted to jeopar- problems of financial gro woman, posing as a pub- about 40 to 45 years old,wear- as "unusally light with sandy
dize the property owner's interests hardship, Patterson said that lic health nurse ing a "
.,... _._ picked up a gray shirt, drove her hair and brown eyes.
- the will Installment -
in his home, the waste county arrange six-week-old Negro boy from
Aa chief said, "but it is unfair for payments to help defray the home of Mr and Mrs. Have You Seen This Woman?
X A the majority of Dade County's the immediate costs. Luther Boykin, 8920 N W.Lit-

citizens to pay their garbage He said also that some own- tle River Blvd., pretending to
bills while others take the child "for
escape pay- ers are delinquent on promis- physical
..rP ment." sory notes signed to pay their check-up Immunization
Patterson said that collec- overdue bills and these will shots"
tions have been coming into his have to be paid or else fore-,
office on the 19th floor of the closure action will begin. 5

Sa Rent Strike Shaping Up at

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Clarence Patterson Biltmore Garden, Apts.

According to Clarence Pat-
terson, head of the Metro A group of tenants at the Community Council stated,
1, Waste Division, delinquent Biltmore Garden Apartments man is trying to buy you
property owners have received on N. W. 51st Street between off for some playground equip-
\ notice of r e corded waste 23rd and 24th Avenues, voted ment while he takes $1,700 a \
liens for the period from 7ui1y Friday to go on a rent-strike week out of here." %
1, 1959 through June 30, 1962 June 16 if their demands are Letters were passed out by
and of wastefees due from July not met by the landlord. Dyer to the tenants for them
1, 1962 through June 30,1967. The tenants ask that: to give Schwartz when they
Improvements are made in made their rent-payments,
"Many property owners are the 88-unlt complex to bring notifying him of the strike Harold Culmer, son of Rev.
under the impression that it up to minimum housing and Mrs. E. A.Culmer of 1285 N yr yw
their mortgage companies are codes should the strike take effect, NW 71st Street, received the
tenants will their rent into degree of Bachelor of Law on
paying these fees, Patterson The landlord signs up accouS
said. "This may be true for agreement to make all 18 imfor a bank held in escrow June 9 at commencement exer-
the period after July 1, 1962, provements demanded by the the landlord on condition cises at Howard University in
that he makes the
Improve- the'Dlstrict of Columbia.A native
but the property owner shouldbe tenants -
aware that he alone is responsible About 50 angry tenants at a ments. of Miami and a graduate of
for the period from meeting on the apartment Schwartz was said to have Booker T. Washington High t '
July 1, 1959 to June 30, 1962, grounds Friday night would not been conciliatory at first at the School where he served as } ra
even though the present owner be appeased by Mrs.Lizzie June 7, meeting, but when president of the Student Coun-
had no connection with the pro- Smith's report that Edward S. pressed about the time he cil. Prior to earning the LL.B.
perty during those jjates." Schwartz, the landlord,had would make the improve- degree,he received his Bache-
made a verbal promise to corments, he shouted, "I don't lor of Arts degree from Fisk
Patterson said that foreclosures rect most of the deficiencies have to do anything.This is not University, Nashville, Tennessee -
on aproperty also Bernard Dyer, social a Communist country, and you and subsequently had
would mean additional costs to worker with the Liberty City can go to hell." post graduate study at George-
town University,also in Wash-
ington, D. C. He is presently
serving as law clerk to a
Roy Wilkins Dr. King Evers United States federal district

court Judge In Washington. KIDNAPPERS GETAWAY CAR I

To Address PublishersThe ...............................


National Newspaper Amalgamated publishers; AT MODERATE RATES .

Publishers Association's W4 4 ; Wayne Phillips of HUD; CALL :
Annual Convention June 21-24., r. William Kreeger of the Cleve-
at Cleveland's StatlerHiltonwill land Press; Larry Still, U. S. '
feature an array of national Employment Service Ethel
leaders S Payne, Vietnam war corres- t ; 1 !
Dr. Martin Luther King Dr., pondent and Dr. Joseph 1fIf.l= .r
Bahamian Government official Robinson, N. Y. Department of
Arthur Foulkes and Roy Wilkins Health.
will address the editors The Cleveland Call-Post
and publishers of 172 Negro- newspaper, W. D. Walker,
,oriented i publications, on publisher is Convention Host.
Thursday, June 22. Frank L. Stanley, publisher of
Guyana Ambassador E. R. the Louisville Defender is
Braithwaite and Mississippi's NNPA President. 1At..
Charles Evers will appear INC
Friday June 23. -
Ohio Assemblyman Carl B. ROY WILKINSand CENTERVILLA i { ; PL987331
missed be-
Stokes who barely 33 plaques will be presented i
ing elected Mayor of Cleve- to working members of the KINDERGARTEN --' ........,.......... ....
land, is the speaker for the Saturday Negro Press for meritorious 5861 NW 17th AVENUE

Henry G. Marsh,will Mayor also of ad-Sa- Among others appearing on LUNCHES' MENT AGENCY IN TilE SOUTH, OPERATING IN DADE AND *
ginaw, Michgan the program will be Joe Black, '
", bress the group. v i c-president of Greyhound f BROWARD COUNTIES. J
NNPA will present its most Lines
t coveted award- the John B. president of Johnson Publish- 691-7796 0 R 6963302Mrs. : A fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for tenants convenience. 0

Russwurm plaque;o,eight dis: ing, Al Sweeney, Equal Em- R. E. Copeland, Sup. "
tinguished recipients. Likewise A community recreation center (for teenagers and adults"rent free, furnished 0
' ployment Opportunity Committee -
\ and air conditioned for your comfort and enjoyment.
i 36 merit award trophies Norman Powell, .

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

0 Tenants concern will stop vandalism and reduce the cost of housing. .


4150 NW 7th Avenue 759-8733 .

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20848 S. Dixie Hy. Cutler Ridge -CE 5.3553 3801 Grand Ave.GroveHI- 5.1381 .
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U04 W.W,Uufst.,M'' MtftA": ,. DIVISION tATJN I II : If I am to enjoy a better life, others mutt live letter too" L. I. Brooks -

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES' Friday, June 16, '1967



Office! 6530N 15th Ave., Miami,.Flo.( 33147 Phone: 691-0421 : t1 Youth Opportunity By Booker T. Ha .s ,'

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publl.her

GARTH WILLIAM C. W.REEVES McBRIDE Managing, City Editor Editor Program A Good A Man Does Devilish Things

STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor_

Member of the National Newspaper Publisher Association r ThingVice When He's Pinned Down"A

SUBSCRIPTION RATES President Hubert H. Humphrey has asked community man does devilish things when he's pinned down."
ONE YEAR $5.00 -
leaders all over the United States to participate in the Pre-
sident's summer Youth Opportunity Program. Dade County This statement by anl8-year-oldinterviewedfollowlngthe
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post
Office at Miami, Florida, under the oc tof March 8, 1876 employers could render a major community service in response Tampa disturbance offers the key to our riots and rawpages. I
_.. ._------- to the Vice President's appeal. I've Iheard any number of causes, but non describes the sit-
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" uation more adequately than this sentence. Age no longer determines -
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best Inci The program locally involves potential group of 7,000 teen- the time when a boy will become man. This is designated -
the world from racial and notional antagonism when It accords agers from deprived areas in our county. More I precisely, the by the maturity of thought possessed by the individual.In .
of his creed color his
to regardless race, or
human and every I.gal man rights. Hating no man, fearing no mon-.he group that most urgently needs your help are those young some, it developes at a very early age, while in others the
Negro Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that people between the ages of 16-21,non-college bound the most process is a never ending procedure.This accounts for the ac- >

all men are hurt as long as anyone Is held bock. difficult to reach with summer employment.The tive participation by juvenilles in Tampa and other cities hav-

ing had such disorders.The .
Equal Employment Opportunity Task Force is seekingout
these youngsters in local firms during the summer months. mood of the young Negro is best described as devilish.
:1e Editor'sINTERMARRIAGE otrbooh arenot hostile as would have believe but devi-
Participation in the program requires a minimum ofa three- They many ,
day work week, eight hours a day, ata minimum wage of $1.25 lish acts which have grown out of proportion have made them
hour hostile. A majority of these young people are not awareof
an --or at least the equivalent in take-home pay. appear
the danger involved. They view their accomplishments as
NOT ILLEGALWe The money these young men and women earn will help themto an act of courage, which in deed it is, but not in the sense they
become better citizens of the community The experience of distruction is
have been allowed tobelieve. The usually the
live In America, "the land of the free and the homo of
working with local firms during the summer months will go a work of those with a real against society. They wel-
the brave." However, there are laws that govern us and whenwe vengeance
long way in utilizing their time and provide valuable experiencefor
come these opportunities as an outlet for the animosity they
disobey them, if found guilty, we are penalized and must
them in the future.Hopefully it a 1 s o be of considerable
abide by the consequences. may have sustained over a period oftime.To many,these disorders

There is a document known as the Constitution. There are benefit to their employers. become the chance of a lifetime.To .

24 amendments to our Constitution. The 14th was ratified July The United Fund is acting as a central receiving agency for say the general opinion of young Negroes Is that they feel

9, 1868. It says: the names of firms desiring to participate in this program. pinned down, would be putting it mildly A more accurate des-
"All persons born or naturalized In the United States and Mass media will give it public exposure. The Economic Opportunity cription would be that of a thoroughbred being riden for the

subject to the Jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United Program, Inc. (EOPI), the Urban League, and other first time, they feel they must unseat the rider Jhey know the
States and of the State wherein they reside.No state shall mike agencies will provide opportunity for the youth to register and Negro struggle should be a joint effort by all those who standto
or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities file their applications for jobs. The Community Relations gain, and this knowledge is responsible for the reckless dis-
of citizens of the United States, nor shall any state Board's special Task Force will seek to facilitate voluntary regard for those who stress restraint. The racial unrest Tam-

deprive any person of life,liberty or property without dae pro- cooperation and coordination among those employers and agen- pa has been experiencing is not the result of any planned or
cess of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the cies participating in the Task Force's regular meetings. pre-arranged plot. It is the results of years and months of sup
equal pretection of the law." pressed emotions by those whose very existance is a struggle.It .
On June lath the Supreme Court barred Virginia,and by implication Employers should realize that in the process of receivingand represents the spirit of youth to which danger is but an added

other states, from nuking inter-racial marriage a processing job applicants they may encounter youngsterswho dash of spice. It represents the movement of opportunity for
crime. Florida statues forbid such marriages. for various reasons have very low skills. those unable to offer a real contribution to the cause.

Speaking for a unanimous court, Chief Justice Earl Warren The unexpected has proven there is no such thing. The num-
said: "The freedom to marry has long been recognized as one We sincerely hope a large number of local firms will par- berof people amazed, shocked, or astounded that such a thing
of the vital personal rights essential to the orderly pursuit of ticipate In this program. Metro Mayor Chuck Hall Is spear- could happen proof that many are uninformed as to the power
happiness of free man.To deny this fundamental freedom on so heading the drive to get participation from local firms. key that surrounds us. They know nothing of the unusual

insupportable a basis as the racial classifications embodied in serge of pride a little progress has produced. They know no-

these statues, classifications so directly subversive to the ting of the change in slogans fromfreedon now, to give me
principle of at the heart of the 14th Amendment is RACIAL TENSIONWe
liberty or give me death adopted by our young people. So it
surely to deprive all of the states' citizens of liberty without ware struck by the words recently used to describe the must strike them kinda funny to hear these young people also
due process of law." present racial situation in the United States. In calling on its demanding respect.

membership to do more against racial discrimination, the
A BATTLE WITH POLICEIn United Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. said that the need for ....
change was "abrasively evident."
Prattville, Alabama, on Sunday Stokely Carmichael was TALK POLITICS
arrested. Reports are that his arrest brought a gun battle between Far too many facts bear out the judgment that the racial sit- LET'SBy

the police and Negroes. The National Guardsmen were uation is tense and raw. The weekend rioting in Chicago dur- NORMAN E. JONES
called with orders to shoot to kill if necessary. Three officers ing birthday ceremonies for the Negro leader Malcolm X who

were reported injured and 10 Negroes were arrested. was killedin 1965. The exchange of gunfire between Negro stu- FALL OF THE ONE PARTY SYSTEM IN FLORIDAWe

dents and the police Negro colleges in Jackson, Mississippi,

RIOT IN TAMPAIn and Houston, Texas, at each of which a man was slain. Reportsof will pause for a chapter and break in to point out a
Negro near-starvation in the Mississippi Delta cottonlands. couple of election results which dramatizes the utter denounce-
Tampa there was a riot Sunday with 400 Negroes taking Growing parental restlessness over school conditions in some ment and total destruction of the last vestige of a strong, dis-
part. Reports are that they beat whites, looted and barned a of New York City's heaviest Negro concentrations. sident fragmentized faction of the Florida Democratic party.
block of stores. The trouble began when a policeman shot a
The defeat of Louis Ritter, political crony and successor of
Negro youth who was alleged to be running from the scene of Nor is the reason for the abrasiveness of the situation hardto the mayoralty of Jacksonville vacated by Haydon Burns,when

an attempted robbery. find. It is, in fact, tragically simple despite its many para- he took office for a bob-tailed term as Governor, for a full
Governor Claude Kirk flew to Tampa and met with the police doxical complications. It is that, following the great flood of elective term, wiped out without a doubt the last vestige of the
and Negro leaders. A deputy sheriff died of a heart attack, and civil-rights legislation of a few years back,the average Negro powerful autocratic Haydon Burns political dynasty which ruled

10 whites and two Negroes were injured.It's sees little or no improvement in his employment,his housing, Jacksonville for some 14 years.
too bad such things happen. They reflect on law-abiding or his schooling conditions. On the same day some 400 miles south, Elliott Roosevelt,
citizens. Nothing can be gained by such actions. Those found
recent defeatedfor
comer to Miami Beach, Florida, was soundly
guilty will certainly be pjilshed. Nearly 14 years passedenough for a Negro child to go a second term as mayor of "America's greatest resort
There is a court of justice for our youth. They will do betterto through kindergarten, grammar s c h 0 ol 1, junior high school, eity". Elliott whomade a bid for political overlordshlp of Flo-
go to the courts with their complaints.Trying to settle them high school, and one year of college)since the Supremo Court rida when he ran a successful race for Democratic state

by themselves mike matters worse. handed down its public school desegregation order. Yet only national Democratic committeeman, followed by a successfulbid

about 10 percent of Negro children in the South are today in integrated for Mayor of Miami Beach. From these two political van-

schools, while in Northern cities segregation has tage points he became a power to consider.His .
EOPI SEEKS FEDERAL HELP grown owing to housing patterns.We fatal mistake, which caught short his political potentialand

broke one of his"political legs," was his unabashed join
Dade County's Economic Opportunity Program is asking the are also informed that, whereas white! joblessness has ing" Haydon Burins in the runoff for Democratic nominee for I

Federal authorities for nearly $500,000 to carry on a program recently been dropping, Negro joblessness has been rising, Governor against his close neighbor and fellow mayor of Mia-
that would 140 in for notwithstanding the many provisions of the recent
provide jobs public agencies unemployedpoor civil-rights mi Bob Burnsin
Hig;.He openly and agressively campaigned for
people. The jobs would be created by Metro agencies and acts relating to work opporunities. Meanwhile, the conviction
strict violation of the ethics of his office as Democratic
the Board of Education, involving nurses' aides and other non- has spread that the war in Vietnam is siphoning off funds which
National Committeeman to and show partiality
otherwise would to openly strongly
professional helpers. go antipoverty projects of particular Importance -
in the Democratic primaries.This .
It's estimated that $350,000 would pay the expenses of the to the Negro.
repudiation by the citizens of Miami Beach of Elliott
trainees, giving them an average of $1.55 an hour. The result has been
a deepened sense of
grievance on the Roosevelt seeking his second term as Mayor,portends a like-
There would be a staff of thirteen handling the program. A Nsgro's part and a heightened sense of
unease on the white's. wise reaction of the citizens of the state of Florida. If Roose-
director would be paid $12,000 ayear; a training and education The latter has resulted in the sterile and indeed
( harmful) velt seeks to retain his post as National Democratic Committeeman -
coordinator, $11,500 and four career counselors at a salaryof flood of predictions that this will be another
"long, hot sum- The Haydon Burns political kiss of death has claimed
$8,000 each. mer" of racial trouble. The Negro's sense of frustration has another victim.Co1ncidentally.
The program seems to be all right. It certainly would pro- brought riots and murders which have only nnde the situation
vide jobs for some of the unemployed.We worse for both black and white. enough, the riddance of the Burns political
will be watching with interest for the decision of the fed- dynasty In Jacksonville brought the election of three Negroesfor
eral government. Nothing beats a trial but a failure. Yet the American people and the United States Governmenthave public office for the first time since Reconstruction.
genuinely and officially taken their stand for equal oppor- Charles Simmons as a member of the Civil Service Board,

tunity, equal hope, equal reward, equal happiness for all. No seeking election for a full term after serving appointment,
BOARD MIGHT CHANGE SCHOOL SITE one actually expected that this would be achieved overnight. But Mrs. Isadore Singleton,widow of the late politicalfoe of Burns,

there should be steady and sincere progress towards this goal.It who unsuccessfuly ran for the same council seat his wife won .
The proposed Dade Junior High School near Miami's Doug- Is up to all Americans to see that this progress is maintain and another Negro woman, Mrs. Sally Mathis, Democratic I
las Park in Sweeting's Town, might not be built there. ed. candidate for another council seat.
The Rev. Theodore Gibson, rector of Christ ChurchCoco-
Christian Science Monitor Do
you know Kindus in India make the Zodiac Signs quite
nut Grove, and a well-known community worker,told the board
differently than all the world?
that the site has been integregated<:1916 and is a fine example -
CANON COOPER DIES First learn your moon-sign and make the difference with a
of the races living together.
meaninful reading each week in the Miami Times. Write for
If the school system bought their homes the Negro families The sad intelligence of the death of theRev. Canon Milton your identifying
sign. Readers of the Miami Times can get
would have difficulty buying homos elsewhere.The Cooper, rector of St. Agnes Church, Nassau, on Sunday, has their Natal Moon sign by remitting 75$ date time and place
school board has asked for study of alternate sites in been received.We understand that funeral services will be held of birth to Dr. Raman K. Vashi, P. O. Box 231, Shenandoah

the area. Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Station, Miami, Florida 33143. "* ?

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.J MIAMI I TIMES, ,Friday, June 4,;1967 5ToBe 1 1i
v t i i i i t i .

Equal r HOPI legal ServicesBY


by Whitney M. Young Jr.ExecutlveDirectorNational. r
Heretofore Irwin S, Futerfcs, Esquire, has done an excel-
Urban League lent job of alerting the community of Its various legal rights
"'. and Informing Individuals where these various services may
thecolunucontlnues In this same dIrec-
be obtained. We hope
Consumer Frauds In GhettosIt's

tion.The Legal Sevices program thus far has had a most suc-

tough enough to be poor and discriminated against, but cessful launching and fortunately we have been able to servea r

the poor in the ghetto also pay a "color tax" In the form of large number of clients beneficially.It is heartening to look *3 Smiling Eddie Lee Pittman,
I higher costs for food, housing,credit, and inadequate services back, In retrospect, and see how far we have progressed. Ex- popular local businessman and
,j I due to discrimination.And they are also the victims of outright actly one year ago this month,we commenced program un- -.. ,., .. .\ owner of the Dive-Inn Bar,
fraud. der the able direction of Mr. Howard W. Dixon The program ..., ..... ,," ,I 1772 NW 79th St. Phone 691-

I Consumer frauds and cheating cost the nation many billions began with 6 neighborhood offices and has since Increased to Roderick James Ford has 9431. He invites all his old

: of dollars per year, a cost paid mainly by the poor who are 9 offices. been elected to attend Camp friends to come and meet new
victimized by these practices. Another loser is the legitimate For those of you who have not yet become acquainted with Florida beginning,June 16,for friends. Everyone welcome.
I businessmen a so loses sales to the crooked outfits and who the available services, it might be well to visit the Centers in two weeks by the Catering Industry Enjoy the pool room and bow-
, often is tagged with the distruct caused by the crooks who prey your neighborhood and become familiar with thepersonsrendering and Eatery Union. ling. Completely air condi-
' on the poor. all types of community services.A Roderick is the son of Mr.and tioned. (Indef)

Not that all of them are crooks In the eyes of law. The law great number of the problems arising In the legal services Mrs. Eddie James Ford of 1876N.

doesn't cover many scarp practices and the poor, who are offices are concerned with Domestic Relations.Therefore, we W. 64th Street. He is alsoa TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO
likely to be less educated, fall for many a dodge which may be shall discuss briefly the law of marriage. member of the newly found
legal, but is dishonest and unfair.A fraud by any other name is When you marry, there is another party to the marriage besides Little League Baseball team. CHURCH
still a fraud. the man or woman who Is to be husband or wife. That
One of the ways poor consumers are victimized Is through other party is the state in which you live. Without the permission -
I excessive credit charges. Since poor people don't always have of the state, the two cannot enter into a ceremonial mar-
, the cash to buy the things they need, and since they can't get riage agreement, change the terms of It or end it. To obtain Robins
the credit they need from banks which consider them poor the state's consent to your marriage,you must meet whatever
risks, they have to buy on time. Even legitimate businesses conditions it sets up concerning blood relationships, racial differences Uniformt
rarely tell a customer how much real interest he is paying.For physical and mental conditions, age and any other
example a monthly interest charge of 1-1/2 per cent a matters it deems important. For example, Florida sets the ml1! Centers
month could figure out to 18 per cent a year.A minimum age with parental consent at 18 for the boy and 16 :
for girls. The age at which no parental consent is necessaryis I Church Unltorms ,
New York housewife who brought a freezer unit offers an 21. By law the earliest date at which you can marry is set. i Choir Robes
example of the frauds which are so common.She called a com- If either the man or woman has not reached that age, there Is _
pany which advertised a plan on television and the salesman no marriage. However, the consent of the parents makes it I r Church Furniture
said she would save so much on food that the freezer would be possible to marry at an earlier age.

free. She signed a contract for a freezer priced at $995 and two Most people are joined in wedlockbya marriage ceremony.The Altar Sets Sunday School Furnishings
, months of meat and frozen food at $189. With three years of clergyman or other official who can perform your mar- (
1 credit and other charges, the bill came to $1,454 without the riage ceremony is usually named in the law of the state. 5 STORES TO SERVE YOU
( food. The Cltwo months" of food ran out in five weeks, and when Questions arise often regarding common-law marriages.In 16 W. Flagler St. 5900 t jniet Drive

!t she realized she had been gypped, the housewife turned to the order to establish a valid common law marriage, you must Louderhill Shopping Center Ft. Louderdol '
I Legal Aid Society for help: They got her out of the contract, but first have the same capacity governing ceremonial marriage.A .
Dadtland Shopping Center
the real moral'oUhe is found in the fact that 1735 NW 10th Ave.
story a comparable common-law marriage is when a man and a woman makean
freezer in a reputable store sold for$459 -- about $1,000 agreement that they are husband and wife, live together in SEE OUR COMPLETE DISPLAY
"less" than the shady deal she was trapped into. this relationship and represent it as a marriage to their OF CHURCH FURNITURE AT:

friends and the_ public generally. Such an agreement legalin 5900 SUNSET DRIVE
If you are victimized by frauds, complain to the state and Florida, however, our present legislature Is considering not South Miami
local authorities whose business it is to stop consumer frauds recognizing these common-law relationships. Most states today -
and to the Better Business Bureau. Door-to-door salesmenwith do not recognize by law this relationship. OR CALL OUR REPRESENTATIVE

furniture, books, and other goodies, should checked out
carefully before anything is signed. They may be perfectly 666-8501
legitimate, but too many people have signed contracts and
ended up regretting that they did.

A common practice Is for outfits to see goods on the install- Phil Ossofer "
ment plan and then sell the contract to a credit company or'a
bank which then collects the installments from the customer. If
Judging from the news from
something is with the merchandise the
wrong original com-
the Near East, the story of
pany can't be found and the credit company Is free from any
David and Goliath has just been
\ responsibility. repeated. While I did not expect -
i The Senate Banking Committee recently heard some testi- the lightning swiftness of
mony from people who had been victimized by these credit
the Israeli victory, I
;' sharks. One Jersey City man bought a$124 television set to be consistency with biblical .
f payed for by monthly installments of$17.50addingup to a 229 scripture.The .
per cent Interest rate -- more than twice the cost of the set
position of the Arab na-

alone.There are other tricks to bilk the poor besides the credit, tions, bent upon the complete !
I destruction of the Israelis,
poverty seems to be pictured Isaiah
171314. "The nations shall
bought because the local school insists on it, or other false- \
rush like the rushing of many
hoods. The merchandise is nearly always inferior and overpriced -
waters: But God shall rebuke
them, and they shall flee far
This kind of preying upon those who can least afford it must !
off and shall be chased as the
be stopped. The only people who benefit from it are the unscru-
chaff of the mountains before
pulous few, while everybody else is victimized .- legitimate '1""I"" I
the wind and like rolling
business, taxpayers, and the poor.A lot can and should be doneto ; \ / \ "t I
thing before the whirlwind.And : '
crack down on these practices, and more should be done to behold at eventide QUALITYSEAFOOD 'I'Jt"'i M : h+ ('rI : I

educate people to stay clear of them.Schools should teach stu- trouble; and before the morn- ,, .. t,."':
dents about comparative values, the use of credit,and realistic ing he is not. This is the por- ''f f,,"., : :
buying patterns.But tion of them that spoil us, and
the lot 0 f them that rob us." : S
the biggest step in ending this would be improvement In I cannot understand why the

the economic and educational condition of the poor. When Arab nations, who are follow- I -, I
1 people are earning good wages and have cash In their pockets, ers of Muhammad, are bent : :
they can buy what they need from reputable dealers and, If necessary upon the destruction Israel. I
get loans that aren't unsurious. But when they are Muhammad taught that'Moseswas /
poor, they become the targets of the loan sharks and the fraud of God "a man
a Prophet ,
merchants, and there is little they can do to protect them- of truth." Believing in Moses, 5759 NW 27th AYe i i"n

selves. it would seem to me that the )
Arabs would accept Old Testament ,', '1''"",'..\1..
I I:I 1 ; 1" J
scriptures relating to the ]1TI1[ IfY[ Itil II UI if t 1 iLL iflftfltl[ 1 [T 111111 t I ; IfiLli JFLII1fT1fI: --
1 1It's
return of the Israelites to their
homeland. In Isaiah 11:11, It is
Miami Times written, "And it shall come to to
a pleasure serve
6530 NW 15th Avenue pass in that day, that the Lord great you. I
shall set His hand again the
Miami Florida 33147 1
second time b r e co v e r the
remnant of His people," and In Come to see me. :

Dear Sir : the very next paragraph,"And ,
He shall set up an ensign for
Enclosed please find the sum of $ the nations, and shall assemble You will Quality Merchandise :

to cover the cost of a subscription to the outcasts of Israel get ,
and gather together the dis-
the Miami Times. persed of Judah from the four
corners of the earth." and Always Service With a Smile. 1

Mail Paper To If this is God's will,nothingcan
Address stop it.Although the Arab

City_ _ state Zip Code_ nations seem blind to this promise LeonI I
It appears that God-less

r Six Months 3.00 ( ) Ono Yr. $5.00 ( ) Two Yrs. $9.00 ( ) Russia is beginning to recog-
.', nize,the eternal durability of )

, Israel. I,
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THE. ..- .MIAMI.... ..... TIMES,. .Friday.- June- 16- -. 1967- __

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Sunday Is Father's Day. What better time than now to pay By Gwendolyn Laverne RossIf
special tribute to My Dad.To some he's the Chief; or H. E. S.,
the Editor, the Deacon, Rev. Reeves, Sigie, Uncle Sigie ... you've glimpsed a woman in pioneer dress along our
but to me he's Dad. In the poem below I know they are talk- streets and wondered if Gold Rush Days were being revived,
ing about OUR DAD: you probably saw Mrs. Matha Willis, more commonly knownas
I "Granny Willis."
WHAT IS A FATHERA Mrs. Willis' outfit, which includes a long calico dress, a
matching bonnet, and hightop boots, commemorates Alaska's
father is wisdom, love, and understandinghe centennial year. She wore the costume from anchorage to MI-
is the firm voice, ami. She also distributes balloons and pamphlets marking the
the helping hand in time of trouble.He state's 100th anniversary.
is the family's trust and hope, Resident of Alaska for nearly 10 years, she is visiting her
its guard and guide airman husband (Edka Willis) at Homestead Air Force Base.
the strength of its ideals.A 4 She describes Alaska as the perfect home with if s mountains,
father is encouragement and honor, midnight baseball games, and friendly people. .
",. .,!i i)';>1 1, at the home of Mrs. Lucille
and justice tempered with humor.He 1].,{ > .JtJ) While here, she is staying
is a speaker or a listener, 'I'" Caamayor in "New Heights."
according to your needs. Her next stop is the Bronx, New York, where she'll spend
He is always there when you need him, 1" ', .' several weeks with her twin daughters, Laura and Lula.
because he's the finest of fathers Members of the Richmond Heights Garden Club selected the
because he is YOU. :,;1 lush gardens of Parrot Jungle for their guests rambled throughthe
HAPPY FATHER'S DAY, DAD! 'i'" gardens, watched trained birds perform, and saw flamin-
: gos on parade. The picnic ended the club's 1966-67 season.
Back in Miami after a Jaunt Dothan, Alabama, Mrs. Vera .', Palmetto grads celebrated their"freedom"byattending -
Worthy and grandson, Woodrow, Jr. visited her sister, Mrs. !. a party honoring classmate, La Gloria Roberts,on Satur-
Isabel Blue. day night, June 10. Sponsored by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
The Med-Dens of Miami, Inc., have completed their recent Vandene Tisdol, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tis- Arthur Roberts, the party was held at their home in Howard.
blood drive for the blood bank reserve at Christian Hospital.The dol, of 1790 NW 83rd Terrace and Mack L Samuel, son Here from Nassau for La Gloria's debut and graduation, were
group wishes to thank all donors who made the drive pos- of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Samuel of 1135 NW 45th Street, Mrs. Iris Cumberbatch, Mrs. Gladys Eldon, Mrs. Veronica
sible. Cynthia Knowles is president.The were married May 27, 1967 of the home of the bride. Elliot, and Mrs. Inid Sawyer.A .
George (Joyce Butterfield) Engrams of Daytona Beach Vandene is a 1965 graduate of Miami Northwestern Sr. staff of five teachers, directed by Principal Mr. Leo
were weekend guests of the Earle (Ruby) Mizells of BunchePark. High School and is presently enrolled at Miami-Dade Strausberg, will conduct Frank C. Martin's summer remedial

Junior College majoring in secretarial science. Mack, program. 33 students will be scheduled into one of three pro-
Dorothy J. Myles and Airman Second Class Eugene J. Fin- also, a 1965 graduate of Miami Northwestern is a fashion program. 300 students will be scheduled into one of three
ley were married Sunday at Bethany Seven Day Adventist design student at Miami-Dade. blocks, where they will study reading and arithmetic. The pro-
Church. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Daisy Myles, 5200 gram begins on Monday, June 19, at 8:00 a.m., and ends on
NW 26th Avenue. Airman Finley is the son of Lillian A. Fin- r Friday, July 29, at 2:30 p.m.
ley, 2015 NW 6th Place. MUSOLITES HOLD Interested in summer reading? You can borrow books from
Alpha Gamma Chapter of Alpha Pi Chi Sorority is staging a REGULAR MEETING
r. the mobile library each Thursday, from 1 to 4:30 p.m. It will
Spring Fantasy Ball Friday, June 16 at the PBA Hall, 4343 NW Musollte Marie Randolphwas be stationed at Richmond Park.Awards .
17th Avenue. hostess for a regular and
The 40th annual Disabled American Veterans, Department of informal meeting, Saturday,
Florida will be called to order with the joint session of the June 10. The meeting revolved
DAV and DAVA at 1 p.m. today (Thursday) June 15th at the about the planned western tour To
Galt Ocean Mile Hotel. being sponsored by the group, I
NOTE OF WARNING: According to the Office of Economic as well as, the continued
Opportunity, couples who marry in their teens,or whose first fellowship usually enjoyed by Highlight fAWC MeetLAKE
child is born at that time, are more likely to be poor all their the members. Following the
lives than those who marry and become parents later. informal meeting, those pre-
Mrs. Marie Black is vacationing with her son, Gilliam, sent engaged in an enjoyable WALES Presenta- will be held on Sunday after-
who's a student at Tennessee State. evening of recreationalgames. tions to be made at the Awards noon beginning at 4 o'clock.

Houseguesting with Mrs. Norma Smikle, 7525 NW 15thAve.is Miss Carolyn M. Chester Complete your plans now for Night Banquet next Monday Greetings will be given by the
Miss Hortense Haller of Belize, British Honduras, received her high school the Musolite Western Tour. night, June 19th, will highlight Mayor of Lake Wales and the
Dr and Mrs. Jerry (Alva) Davis of Ranpoul,'Illinois are diploma, June'4, from Palmer Limited space left. Deadlineis the annual session of the Flo- President of' the Lake Wales
the proud parents of another daughter, Lisa Michele. The Memorial Institute, Sedalia, June 30. Phones: 235-1238, rida Association of Women'sClubs Federation of Women's Clubs.
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel (Hazel) Davis. North Carolina. 235-1944, 6358885.Mrs. when it meets here next The President of the Southeastern -
Happy birthday to Shirla and Shame Jackson,twin daughtersof Carolyn is the daughter of week, June 17-21, accordingto Association of Wo-
Al and Carmen Jackson and Little Trad Young, daughter of Mrs. Elease Wesley Chester, Chester, Grace P. Miss Alice E. Moore, FAWC men's Clubs, Mrs.A.B.Bolen,
Henry and Jewel Young, who celebrated her birthday (one and the niece of Mrs. GraceP. Smith, Janet and Gale attendedthe president. Miss Moore, West of Ft. Pierce, Florida,will also -
year), June 12. Smith. graduation. Palm Beach teacher, is serv- be in attendance at themeet-
Mrs. Louise P. Cooper, Eleanor Park, Opa-locka returned ing her first term as head of ing and will coordinate a work-
home on Monday from Memphis after completing a course in Wedding Bells the state organization.Two shop, the theme of which will
physical therapy that qualifies her to care for her son, Franklin be "Know Your Organization.'
Payne, who is a casualty of the Vietnam War. Mr. and Mrs. Charles the State of New Jersy as state club women will Several new clubs are sche-
The Florida Veterans of Foreign Wars' 37th annual con- Foster, annoUnce*the engage- supervisor in the ditetary receive Harriett T. Dorrah duled for induction into the as-
vention will be held June 15-18 at the di Lido Hotel in Miami ment of their daughter, department of the Marlbore Merit Awards which comme- sociation.
Beach. Charlie Mae (Charolette) to State Hospital. morates the first president of
It was an Interesting story in the Women's Section of tues- staff Sargent Jack Singleton. Sgt. Single, son of Mr and the state association, and citations Conducting the activities of
day's Miami Herald about our Debutante presentations. Story Charlie Mae,daughter of Mrs. Jack Singleton, Sr., is a will also be presentedto the .Florida Association of
by Martha Ingle, Herald's Women's Activities Editor. Mr. and Mrs Charles Foster of graduate of Lincoln High several club women for me- Girls Clubs (FAGC) will be
Barbara Brashear, niece of Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Colston Opa-locka, graduated from School of Sumpton S. C., is a ritorious service. Among fea- Miss Sandra Knowles of Holly-
jetted down from New York to join the Colstons on a trip to North Dade High School,attended staff Sgt. working with the U.S. tured guests appearing on the wood, and advance registration -
Jamaica with the Florida State Medical Dental and Pharma Tennessee A & I Uni- Medical Corp as a medical Banquet Program will be Ma- indicates that a record attendance -
ceutical Association.Get versity, took an extension specialist at the Patterson dame Kupiszewskl, nationally will be on band for
well wishes to Mrs. Alvllda Sands, Vera Hicks, Isabel course in food service super- Army Hospital Ft. Monmouth, known concert artist. scheduled activities.
Young, Willie Gibson, Franklin Payne, Ailean Johnson, Sonny vision, and management at the New Jersey. Recreational activities will
Williams and Mildred Mack. Pennsylvania State Univer- They are planning a Sep- The opening convocation,an include an extended tour of Cypress -
WORKSHOP FOR VOLUNTEERSJune sity. She is now employed by tember wedding. Inter-faith Vesper Service, Gardens.
19 through June 23-9 a.m.to 12 noon at New Covenant
Presbyterian Church, 1221 NW 43rd Street. Orientation of
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hartman back to
Taylor, jetted
volunteers in the economic and sociological aspects poverty
and growth and development of children. Skills training I n Washington, D. Tuesday afternoon after attending the gradua-
tion of their brother J. Hartman, Jr. ATLANTIC SOCIAL CLUB
group activities, arts and crafts, story telling,etc.You are invited -
vr Mr. Harcourt Taylor of Nassau was the houseguest of Mr. 16th ANNIVERSARY BALL
and Mrs. Levi
Jetting down from New York City for the wedding of Janet R. Johnson. Friday, June 16, 1967 10 p.m. til ?
Mrs. J. D. Williams of Brownsville had to cut her vacation
Walkes and William A. Newson were the Leroy (Billle Ross)
Millers. short in order to witness the presentation of her granddaughter BAYFRONT PARK AUDITORIUM

Friends of Rev. Wilbert Miller and his family are speedingget Lynette, who was among the many Debs last Friday evening. 320 NE 5th Street Miami, Florida
well wishes to New York CI.ty.Wilbert, his wife, Pearl anda Irene Palmer of New York City enjoyed her vacation in
daughter, Dorcas were in serious automobile accident last Miami visiting relatives and friends. While here, she was the MUSIC BY W. C. BAKERFOR
week. houseguest of Mrs. Ina Missick. TABLE RESERVATIONS, CALL
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Anton and family are spending their vaca- Willie Mormon: 635-5704 Francis Delancy 757-4885
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK Put best efforts into what
: your tion in Nassau.Dr. Tickets can be purchased from any member of the club.
you are doing because that will give you the most satisfaction Samuel Bryant, Pr... Johnnie Mosley, Public Re I.
in life. Constructive work is man's greatest comfort. and Mrs. Carl E. Yaeger Jr.are the proud parents of a
most welcome blue bundle of joy, Ivan Gregory, born June 7.
Anyone interested in serving on Girl Scout camp staff, call
Girl Scout office, 444-6554 and request an application form.

Captain and Mrs. David (Iral Davis) Porter, David, Jr. and THE JOLLY "14" SOCIAL CLUB NEED A JOB? START WORK TODAY!
Dawn of Rantoul, Illinois are visiting her parents, Dr. and
Mrs. Ira P. Davis and family. Presents Their NOW 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

Welcome to the American Association University Women ANNUAL "SUMMER" DANCE COOKS BUSBOYS
(AAUW) members who are holding their twenty-fourth Biennial DISHWASHERS PORTERSGAS
Convention at Miami Beach. Headquarters--Deauville Hotel. Sunday, June 18, 1967 STATION DRIVERS

The Jewish festival of Sharouth, also known as the Festivalof At the Mr. James Club HOTEL & HOME MAIDS LIVE IN MAID S
Weeks,began at sundown Tuesday commemorating the givingof
the ,Ten Commandments to Moses on Mt.Sinai seven weeks From 6:00 Semi-formal p.m. anti 10:00 p.m. A-1 Employment ServiceOver
after the exodus from Egypt.The holiday will continue through
Admission: Advance $J.50, at the Door $2.00 20 Years Service In Miami
next Thursday.
Mrs. Marie M. Stewart, President 714 NW 62nd Street 758-7663
Birthday greetings to Mrs. Alice Bullard, June 16. -
Mrs. Corrine Rullins, Treasurer
Mr. and Mrs. Winston Edmonds,Sr.(Cassandra Taylor)and 534 N. Miami Avenue 379-8382
son, Winston, Jr. and Mrs. Phillip McCoy (March Taylor)

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THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Booker T.Washington school
kept its promise in sponsoring its greatest ; 'f'

and final class reunion last Tuesday,honor-

ing the phase-out and graduating classes off ,
1937, 1947, 1957 and 1967.,Many presentations r# \: F 't. i i e q k1'

representation aDd visitation highlighted f $ l '.Yp y PI ,t
the occasion. Award-giving was all 'W ,, '

over the place and tears flowed freely. The tik '

auditorium was a mass of human flesh -. "

grandchildren, children, parents and grand- .. ,
parents. All former students or graduates \ I

of 'Qle Booker T.,' the school they loved so :

well. With all its pageantry and splendor, speeches and con- /

versation, handshakes and hellos, tears and laughter, the one
missing link in the well-knitted BTW chain was the absenceof

the deceased Elliott J. Pieze, former alumni prexy and
staunch supporter

NOTES ON A NAPKIN; Dunbar elementary principal NelsonL.

Adams and his faculty wound up their school year activities

with picnic outing at Greynolds Park last Saturday, which was '

short of colorful black and tan Insidersare
nothing a fantasy .
Members of the Ebony Civic Club held a cocktail party Sunday
that C Wilson's transfer from assistant Ing.At
buzzing Kelly .
June 4 at the Mr. James Club and entertained more than bottom left Clarence (Boo Boo) Woods receives plaque
principal of administration at Northwestern senior high to dittoat
300 guests with dancing and a floor,,show. from Garth Reeves for his work with children the Browns
transfer of The
Dorsey Junior high was a strategy. powers-
Top left picture shows members of the club. Kneeling, left ville area In curbing Juvenile delinquency.
that-be feel that rotund KCW, aformerFlorida A & M Rat
tler (a stickler for handling youth)can straighten out the kinksin to right are: William Darden, Carl Hanna, Leo Armbrister, Bcttom right is the Inimitable Milton(Butterball)Smtb.popular -

Dorsey's unruly student clan .. Bernice Johnson's oldest James Mincey, Fernley Taylor, Joseph Brown, Sidney Duhart disc Jockey and Mr. James Club emcee,doing duet with

of three daughters Lona Bethel, an M-DJC grad, on teaching and Garth Reeves.Standing are Gilbert Styles,Samuel Stewart, soul-singer Eddie Holloway.The .
staff at Cooks Kiddieland in Opa-locka. Leo Simmons,Harry Smith,James Bowe,David Fincher, Eddie highlight of the evening was the awarding of an all expense ;

SALT WATER TAFFY: Ronald Young's wife Marjorie received Williams, Jackie Corbett, David Curry, Phillip Wallace and paid vacation for two to Jamaica to Mrs. Katherine B. '
Prince Farrington.Top Chisholm of 14341 Carver in
Masters Drive Richmond Heights who held
her degree from University of Miami last Mon
right is a view of some of the guests enjoying the even- ticket 1332. .. Glamour photos by Bill Harris.
day night. Afro-American Life insurance district manager
Clarence J. DaValt (he's Collegians Club prexy) promoted to

agency secretary at the company's home office in Jacksonville

Local florists doing terrific biz ? Valerie B. Kemp Magazine/ Presents Outline For Action to

transfers from A. U Lewis elementary(Homestead)to Phyllis

Wheatley elementary(Miami)...Ditto Ruth Smith and Vernell

Burroughs Clay cabbies billboarding ebony Columbus
Smith (at Castaways Wreck Bar) on rear of their passenger "Blow Up" America's Black GhettosNew

sleighs...Balladier Wally Futch in town ? ? ? Rufus Beachamand

band at Cotton Club. .'Move on Drifter' the Cleave and "Encourage p r Iv a te con ment programs." were cut off by clots andar- I
Wallace platterecording .. nice. York-Anational "Push defense contractors son)."
tractors to but Id onthe success
magazine today presented a' ({to build plants where they will "form militants and cues
of recent co-op apartments
THE WEEK'S WASH: Look for wedding bells to chime soon 2-point "Modest Proposal to in Harlem." benefit) slum voters; or grant into street-policing spads."
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in our lakefront sector. The merger will involve a female resident 'Blow up' Harlem" and replace market' fast tax write-offs for new "Rewrite Medicare roles.
"Use 'group
and a male outsider' who, it appears, likes the looksof the black ghettos of strategy, now being tested in plants built in slums." so as to eKooragea neighborhood
his 's u g a h' but Just loves the look other palace The America with "communities out absentee "Reinsure loans to Negro convales ei -cane industry.
Michigan, to buy
where will want to
Herman (Mary) Waltons fast-preparing for that vacation Jauntto live." anybody landlords and bring. in business men (for whom funds ."
Northern climes What's the lowdown that
come July. .. on "
local attorney's hurried flight to Tallahassee a couple of weeks The suggestions, in the cur- contractors.
issue of. Look form the "Chase out condescending
ago? Seems the legal lad was a little reluctant to get involvedbut gent in WOOLWORTH"Mens
conclusion of a signed articleby sociologists, bring (practical
the 'fee' offered Inspired our boy to make the air-hop--
advisors for) doityourself
senior editor
and mit an all-expense tab tacked on, yet .. There's a divorce T. George home
suit pending among Upper Crust that should make Page Harris"Break, and the are control as follows of pub; smarter shopping, and development : Sportswear I

One any day, now.
lic schools now held by city of credit unions,
STUFF AND SUCH: The Vernald(Myrtis Smith) Burroughsare school-board bureaucracies, co-ops"Organize and business.white executivesfor THE SEASON'S SMARTEST BUYS!
which should be
expecting their 4th. All ready the owners of three girls, strictly ser all-out and
mom and pop are buying blue blankets.. Dunbar elementaryFirst vice agencies to help commu recruiting ,,:
training of the hard-core un :.
schools teach I If
Grade teacher Queen Esther Hall to Dunbar's Headstart nity-tun all employed." i'rr'. i 2YY L:.
program. Internationally-famous pro-basketball combo
"Sell present and future "Abolish the restriction ..
Globetrotters (since the death of club's founder-manager Abe that turn a legal
public-housing ascoops
Saperstein) sold for $3,710,000 Miami Atty Edwin Davis or condominia to right into a trap." f ;
(now of Montgomery, Ala) down to see his b r o t h e r Leonard sent residents (with loans pre-and "Force urban universitiesto :

Davis' (valedictorian of his class) graduation from Booker T. technical aid)." set up economic-develop-
Washington high last Tuesday Clementine Deleveaux- J.

Rahming to try it again. Carl McCartney, BTW Class of 'i
1947, made it for his 20th, coming in from Harlem.

SWEETS TREATS: Atlantic Social Club and guests dancing

Friday night at Bay front audit If all reports going the Male Help Wanted '
rounds are authentic about the type of affairs these Atlantic {,;".

lads sponsor, then you are in for a helluva fine evening. '
Fleet Service Driver
Singer Leslie Uggams'being touted by NBC for a $1 million .

long term pact...Sam Anderson a clerk at StateLiquor Store Experienced Truck Tire Changer g<.,

near Stevens (Grand Union) Market Harold Kent Brown i Immediate r,(.,
(tagged for his grandpop) home from Howard University to Opening. Good Salary. .r

spend the sum mer months with mother Yvonne Brown. Excellent Fringe Benefits
Florida A & M all-american Alkln Hepburn to divorce his insurance
post for a return fling at teaching This time at North APPLY NORTON TIRE COMPANY T'/t

western. He formerly coached at BTW. 5300 NW 27th AVENUE ;

CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Leonard Davis' graduationfrom L' .f I

BTW as valedictorian of his class makes him the ninth !
child of his parents to graduate from the same school, there- JfJ ,I JT J( ii

by earning them an alumni award. Prior to her extended Wanted I
Help Machine washable Ie.lt.MEN'S .
Jaunt to New Jersey, Mrs Mildred(Herbert)Rolle vacations in nylon .

Nassau with her grandarlings Darshar, Kathy, Bernice and
Clara. Miriam Symonette's son Arthur rushed down from Art NEIGHBORHOOD I-Pov.rty CENTER DIRECTOR, for work in BIN-lON-SHIRTS
program. Desire motor, dedicated
Harlem for his daughter Arthurine's BTW graduation last ton, preferably with degree In social studies or equivalent per
Tuesday. Arthurine was one of Delta's 124 Debs of 1967. Her experience In social l, welfare, or rehabilitative
mater Willie Mae Turner and stepmother Mary Symonette were work. $6200 per annum, 40 hour week. Submit resume
both there blushing through their tears. .. Marjorie McCrayand and application to Community Action Council, Inc., 3-button placket pulloverin
P. 0. Box 6605 West Palm Beach. AN EQUAL OP- shape-keeping Ban-Lon?
Satellite barmaids had
Lorraine Fleming, their hands full PORTUNITY
after the BTW graduation on alumni day catering elbowbenders Many colors. S-M-L-XL.

Shirley Rolle, Hazel Lightbourne, Lorraine Hadley, Effie ASSISTANT NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER DIRECTOR, Craw Sethi 'hi Often l ecryllc-wltfc.
at least high school with .
Robinson, Elwin Dean, Mildred Cash, Creep McCartney,Nor In social or welfare work, and satisfactory capability experience of ttretih myl..1.( pr.

man Bullard, Rudolph Meadows, the Albert (Hattie)Johnsons, progressing to director position. $5200' pen annum,
Clarence (Lucky) Wilson among scores of others.. That's it 40 hour week. Submit flsume'and application Community _
brother, from one-man-newspaper,who knows everybodyand Action Council P. 0. Box 6605 West Palm YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE AT
everybody's racket, but who is allways giving some poor Beach. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

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f tough movie star, died of a heart attack June 10Tracy's cater -
} j brought him two Academy Awards and eight nominations

There was a public hearing on Monday at Dinner Key (more than any other actor). Awards for "Boys' Town" and
where the city officials and citizens met to blk about the gun '' "Captain Courgeous." He recently completed a movie with

law. We realize that it was a very bad day, for rained,, Sidney Poltier and Katherine Hepburn, "Guess Who's ComingTo
stormed and blew up a "small hurricane" The gun dealers Dinner." Big Jimmy Brown (ex-football ace) on the
made their points, because they want to sell guns, of course Joey Bishop's Late Night Show Tuesday morning (shindig)
But their strong point was rifles and shotguns. The law will "singing and dancing" with Mini Skirted" Edie Adams. .
not affect a hunter who owns shot guns or rifles, because they Adam Clayton Powell asking the Supreme Court to give him
will not be "concealed weapons." The only restriction there back his seat in congress or give him the same punishment as

will be that they must be registered. There will be another ....... -. (white) Senator Thomas Dodd (D., Conn.) a mild censure and
meeting of this type within two or three weeks, and I will keep .) ''t! restore his rights and seniority. Powell should come to Wash-
you informed so that more of us can attend. Let's outlaw guns ington and face the people, where it will do the most good. .
from 22 to 45 calibre that can be concealed, and those who are w s. $ Stokely Carmichael jailed In Alabama last Sunday for disturb
permitted to have them for business, etc., will be protected as ing the peace and threatening a law officer in Birmingham.

There was a riot In Tampa that lasted for a couple of days. :%; 1i .
It seems that someone wanted to talk with a city official ;\ "" .,; .,0 ,. ".. Price of Tampa, Florida. Her
order to clear up some of the Indiscretions goin on concerning JII hobbies: Fashion designing and

the Negro population of Tampa. Now just think of what could -. dancing: attends Concord Bap- ELEL
have been availed if they had the same relationship In Tampawe :: tist Church; ambition to become _
have in Miami.Our City Commissioners,and other officialscan ;'F.r" "V"J a top model; attended Bushwlch -

be reached almost momentarily, and work with the peopleof One of the big reasons why the crowds have Been High School. Linda lives with
our community to help prevent incidents and indescretions. her sister, Mrs. Delores
packing into the Mr. James Club to catch the regular
The one or two marches that we have had were marches of Bellam of 302 Bainbridge St.,
house show is Princess Gloria. the shake dancer with
protest just as they have In other cities, but thank God they Brooklyn N. Y., and hopes to attend -
the beautiful torso. Gloria never fails to get her share of
have been quiet and Florida A & M University.
non-violent.These marches have
from the crowd Glamour
applause ogling photo.
been held to show that something has happened that we disap- The Rose Debutante Cotillion
prove of, and are things that have been brought to attentionand was on June 3 at Henry Hudson

the action was too slowfor some folks). Generally we havea Hotel (Main Ballroom, 57th St.) *
good racial climate in Miami, and I believe it Is due to the Mrs. Lylle Senar, the lovely
cooperation of officials and c i t i z e n s. We are making great chairman, was in charge.
strides, and can settle anything over the conference table. It S 14RS*
is Indeed great to live In Miami, and the people of Miami are A t

therefore great. Let's keep our good name "good," if you : W FLORIDIANS AROUND NEW YORK: Mrs. Annie Walkerof
will stop and think a minute,we are almost the only city in the 909 N. W. 2nd Ct, Miami, is visiting her son, Leroy Walkerof
U. S. that has not had a riot or violence connected with civil- Hindu Prlttt from Bombay, India, Fellow of 301 W. 150th St., NYC Mrs. Sarah Gentry of Long Island -
rights. We do not want it to happen here. It Is a waste of human Theosophical Society (England), Astrologer, (former Miamian) sending "mucho" love and regard to

lives, business Investments, peaceful homelife and good and Yogi her son, Richard Maynard of 1430 7th Avenue and South, St.

! citizenship. Let us be proud to be Miamiansand instill in our Petersburg. George Wilkinson! hopping a taxie, leaving

I children the pride we feel about our town, so that they too YOUR HINDU SYSTEM ZODIAC SIGN READING FROM Small's Paradise on 34th street and 7th avenue. Calvin
I might be better citizens going on concerning FRIDAY, JUNE 16th THROUGH THURSDAY June 22nd. Cambridge (post office department) a stranger.

I ARIES (moon sign)- You have to be alert and you will be smart TEEN TALK AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY: Dianne Warwick,
I PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Jan Jaffee and tactful to avoid pitfalls about relations with opposite sex, number one on All American Surveys with"Alfie" George ;

I partners, family sickness, etc. If you were not at all sick during McKinley Treadwell (one-time top trumpeteer) death was a
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Bruce Thompson May 29 31st you have hardly any problem of health, if tough blow to the show world. Ex-busbandofSarah Vaughn, he j
helped many to fame. .Death at 47, St. Luke Hospital NYCof
otherwise, you must take care of sexual or sternach organs. ,
,' VIP ,OF1TIIE WEEK: Andy Anderson (Manager Toby's) Lucky numbers this week 3, 6, add any 6. You can try June 22 lung ailment, He managed such stars as Ruth Brown, Dinah
and 23.TAURUS. Washington, the Drifters, Sonji Clay, etc. Even wrote songs
We were begging for rain for months. Now we are gettingit for Nat King Cole's "Seven Rooma of Gloom," "Four Top" ?

And I do mean getting it. Traffic has been tied up, traffic (moon sign) Not a bad week any way save some Aretha Franklin's "Respect," dedicated toArthurlne
lights out, and we see the dire need for sewers In the neigh- trouble with children, mixed results r students and fair sex Symonette .. she's cute. Same and Dave's "When Some- l
borhood areas. Water stands two and three feet deep at the about income or expenses. Look: for Lucky numbers 8,12, 16( thing is Wrong with My Baby, "to Sheila McPhee Marve-
lower levels of some of our streets.When It rains steadily for between June 19th and 22nd. lettes' 'When You're Young and In Love' headed for the top. .

two hours, 62nd street at 12th avenue is imp sable. Water is GEMINI (moon sign) The bad week is already past now, be To that lovely Robin Hall(Trenton,N.J) it's Joe Tex's "Show w
up to the floorboard of your car, and if you stall your car, you cheerful. This Friday June 16th for domestic happiness and Me" "Raw Soul" is the name of James Brown's "Albumof
can "swim to the nearest exit." Some of our streets are bles- peace. June 21 and 22 fair for dealing with your opposite sex the Week" Toussaint McCall's Nothing Takes The Place
sed with sewers, but they seem to be in the wrong spots. For or partner, includes romance too, if you have talked it over Of You," dedicated to our Times City Editor William McBride, j
instance, 58th street between 8th and 10th have sewers, but on June 11 and 12th. Fine time on 21st and 22nd, this week good the man on the scene. Time and tide wait for not man .

they are at the high peak of the street, so the water still settlesin health. Lucky numbers, 4, 6, 9, 12, and 18. I U-NX-WK..
the middle of the block onto the yards of residences. 57th CANCER (moon sign) Income steady, if not married domestic "
street, between 11th and 12th is little river.' It will cost the trouble. If married rough deal with the spouse. Health not bad.
tax-payer more to have sewers, but It will cost less In yard June 19th and 20th cheerful news from letters you receive or 1

damage and health problems In the long run.This will not be a telephone conversation. Your lucky numbers this week 8, 12, 1
tax Increase, but a cost per foot that is spread over a yearof 17 and 22.,
payments. The health of our children is worth more to us
than the little added expense of proper sewers. Is your child LEO (moon sign) You maintain the steady financial progress : DRIVE'IN THEATRE
worth a few cents more? which has started since third week in May. Cash in all your
good friendships you started since second week in Apr 11. Care

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: necessary for elderly relative June 19, 20 and 21st. Lucky NOW PLAYING THROUGH THURSDAY
numbers 5 and 12 this week.

Our congratulations to our good friend, Thurgood Marshall, VIRGO (moon sign) If you have been sick since May 6th, it OTTO PREMINGER DtAHANN CARROLL
whom President Johnson nominated for U. S. Supreme Court should now be over and if you had none keep cheerful as Mer- CAINE ROBERT HOOKS

Justice. If this is approved by Congress, he will be the first cury, your planet, is very fine this week. This Friday June JANE FONDA FAYE DUNAWAY
Negro to hold this honored position. President Johnson is to be 16th should give you cheerful news from friends calling or a JOHN PHILLIP LAW BURGESS MEREDITHThJCLATDiaBLQ
lauded for making the step toward a better America. Had letter. Take all help of generous Jupiter, somebody will help
an Invitation to a wedding reception on the 25th of June.It you this week. Lucky numbers this week 3, 6, 12, 15, 21 and

seems that our own Miss Roberta White finally decided to 22.

say "I do" with Mr. Nicanor Barclay. Muchhappiness to both LIBRA (moon sign) Success, monies which you received May
of them. Also an invitation the Wille Galimore Memorial 4th maintains. June 17th and 18th romance with opposite sex.

Golf Tournament being held July 1 and 2,In Ocala. This is an Students get windfall help about next adm isslon.Intestine sand
invitational tourney, and Mayme took first place In 1965. She sexual organs needattentionthis 19th and 20th. Lucky numbersthis
refused to go last year because Nassau was beckoning, and you week 7, 8, 10 and 12.
know when Nassau 'calls' that gal, she's gone. Hope we can SCORPIO (moon sign) Your ruler Mars help maintained since
make It this year,however. Ella Moncur is off to Philadel- May 26. June 19th and 20th lucky days for trying any game.
phia, New York and other points East in a couple of weeks. The Health normal, but your spouse not as good as yours. Lucky
National Beauticians Association are having a big 'to-do' in numbers are 8 and 12.

Philadelphia, and she will visit her son In New York. SAGGITARIOUS (moon sign) You are mentally unhappy, obs- i

truction comes from family or blood relations. Friends are not
The Home Health Aid Training program talked about last
week requires that you be at least 45 years of age, weigh less helpful this week. Your moral is very fine and you stand up
than 150 pounds, be able to read and write and follow instruc- strong which will prove you right in the weeks that follow In
July. Lucky numbers are 1 8 12 and 4.
tions, and be eligible under the EOPI guidelines for help under
CAPRICORN (moon sign) This week is pretty good but do not
the poverty program. If you are interested, call or visit your
relax some attention is to cash
EOPI office The next class starts around August 7th Res- necessary in on
ervations are com 1 n g in like mad for the United Golfer's Association some business opportunity Health good,family cordial,pres-
Tourney in August. Seem there will be a whole lot of tige high, finance and business quite good. Benefits from go-
vernment. Lucky numbers 2 4 10 and 12.
folks In good old Miami. Dorothy Royal is back 'on the job ,
AQUARIES(moon Care of the health
sign) necessary.Give no
Air -
after undergoing surgery. She is an Control specialist for dNGFS FO FOR MATURE
advice to anyone and take none from them. The week will AUDIENCES
be ,
the Government. We are glad to know that she is doing fine. .
normal perhaps better with the and children. Your 1
Her father, G. D. Rogers, was down from Tampa for a day to spouse lucky
numbers 1, 2 7 11 and 12. I
check on her G. D. was a "regular" around the Lord CalvertIn
PISCES (moon sign) Not much good will from
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that started since June 1st. carelessness
you Any or disre-
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an ox, and has a good act.I'll have to catch it soon. That'sit gard can punish you. Finance all right. Adventure not per.
for this week. Till the next one, live life, EVERY GOLDEN mitted. Spouse's health a little bad. Lucky numbers 4, 8, and


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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 16, 1967 11

Northwestern Guidance Department Has Fruitful Year- I

The Guidance Department
of the Miami I Northwestern
Senior High School has made
tremendous strides toward
accomplishing many of their
immediate goals set for the
1966-67 school term.
An overall evaluation shows
that during the past year the
guidance project has made
significant impact at our
school. The reduction of pupil
ratio has enabled the counse-
lors to plan and implement to

greater degree programsand
activities designed to
bring about effective change,
some of;.he activities are:
1. An orientation meet '

ing with the entire faculty the ; I ;
SGP (Special Guidance Pro- l .<...,.4,.j..,;.:\t;"' t.> J...\._ _,

ject) Program, Its nature,, ,
and t >
purpose objectives. This
group consisted twenty-five
ninth graders with Mrs. E.
Margaret Adams as teacher-
counselor. 00r
r irk
2. Thirty-five eager and -
enthusiastic Juniors were administered -
the Preliminary
Scholastic Aptitude Test
supervised by the Test Chair- r
man, Mr. John Peavy. ak
3. Bethune-Cookman Col-
lege, Miami Dade Junior Col-
lege, Florida Memorial Col-
lege, Parson's College and
Stetson University visited the
campus during the month of
4. Non-college bound students -
were interviewed by

Youth Opportunity Center. ,
5. Parent Workshop for the .
parents of the children in the if I v 1 ; r } xh(1
SGP to discuss the program of .
the children Involved.
v ..
6. Howard University Scho- .I .
larship Test was administered -
at Booker T. Washington.
7. Maxine Brooks was a fea- F .
tured sollst with the South y 1

Florida Youth Simphony. She
played Mozart's Bassoon in B.
8. Parents"' Workshop pre- aa t

sented a program aimed at assisting t +? l r
parents In becomingmore

knowledgeable about the ti .q, 1
school program and the opportunities -

in the world of work. .. .
9. A small group of parentsmet ;
with Unit Group Three

Counselors and Mr. Dobbs to lh..
tour the shops. After the tour,
the group convened in the Blue 5 6 :
and Gold room where an eval-
uation of the tour was held. A fGf
delicious luncheon was served uM"I
prepared by the Cooking and I H
Baking students. '

10. The first workshop of
the SGP program was held in
December with approximately ,

twenty-three parents present.Mr. .
Glenn Miller from the Office -
of Manpower Developmentand
Training was the guest
speaker for the occasion. He
discussed with the parents opportunities -
for enrolling inselfimprovement
courses in 14 15 as a follow-up activity

our community. to 10.group meetings on January Northwestern Guidance Department Pictures I

11. Friday evening January
13 the Guidance Department 14. Dr. Melby, former dean

conducted a college admission of New York University schoolof (1)) Mrs. L. W. Mitchell, instructor community free of litter. As (4)) Pictured are the partici- ((9)) A:workshop for noncollegebound
: workshop for seniors Education spoke on Motivat- of a sociology class,, we consciously do this,we are pants on a Parent's Workshop students were held recently -
and their parents. This work- ing the Disadvantaged Studentin discuss the needs of keeping showing loyalty to our school where opportunities in the and some of the resource -
shop was one in a series of the school auditorium. M I a m I Northwestern more and building habits of good Diamond Industry were dis- persons were; Mr.
such activities being conducted 15. The Guidance Depart- beautiful. This specifically Includes citizens. cussed. Holsey Gray, counselor; Mrs.
to inform our students and keeping the school anc Alice Harrison, district spe-
ment NonpollegeBound
their parents on opportunities planned Workshop for Seniors (5) Counselor Edwin Deme- cialist; Mrs. Dorothy Ed-
available to students after To (2)) Dean Charles Walker and ritte on a home visit discusses wards, assistant principal for
with objectives prepare
graduation and on proceduresto seniors for occupational: com- John Riley from Miami Dade class schedule with Mrs. guidance; Mr. Nelson Burke of
be followed in realizing and for continuing edu- Junior College serve as resource Leome Culmer. the U. S. Labor Department;
their career plans. cation at the local level. Mr. 17. Six students will parti- persons for a Parent Leonard Duncanson,presidentof
of the Labor De- cipate In the Laboratory Re- Workshop for college bound counselor the Student ouncl1; Mrs.
12. Mr. Holsey Gray, Jr., a Nelson Burke (6) Ida Cash, a Miriam Pratt, coordinator of
the search for the school students. call to a -
Coun- partment was speaker. Program makes a telephone parent
Unit Seven and Military the Guidance Project; Brenda
year 1967-68 they are: Robert about excessive absen-
selor was one of thirty Dade Foster and Turner and Lewis Stokesa
School Gui- 16. Dorothy Bolden, Annie Perry, Sandra ces.
County counselor.
Administrative Person- Janet Spraggins have been Sears, Florene Mitchell, (3) The formulation of ideas
nel invited to visit the U. S. selected for Girls State whichis Dwight Wilson and Gall Will- and cooperation on the part of
sponsored by the American ingham. The students were total school is the (7) Counselor Holsey Gray
the purposeof
Academy at Colorado Nelson Burke of the
Airforce Girls StateIs discusses with Mrs. Virginia ((10) Mr.
selected for intense Interestin the Guidance Committee.Members' .
Springs, Colo. on January U. S. Labor Department dis-
a non-partisan non- Crawford,guidance ,
curiosity, natural of the committeeleft Maurice Wilson
with -
20. cusses Mr.
which about a college
political organization ability, persistence and a re- to right are: Seated: J. information supervisor of the Man-
13. Mrs.Adams, Mrs.Bush, inculates In the youth of cord of high achievements. Newton, R. Reddick, G. Wil- recommendation. power, Development Training
Mr. E. Demeritte assisted by America a love of country. These students have completed lingham, J.Sprigglns,C.Shipp Program, Leonard Duncansonand
Mrs. Mary Jackson, Mrs. R. Candidates are selected on the two yea r s.of. labortory and L. Francis.Standing: Mrs. (8) Counselor William Keffe In Mrs. Dorothy Edwards,
Rayford, Mr. H. Carlson and basis of leadership, char- science and two years of math- R. Duren, Miss J.Perry, Mrs.A. a guidance session discusses assistant principal for guidance -
Mr. Lewis Stokes carried 430 acter, courage,honesty,scholarship science and two years of Brown, L. Daily,T. Martin, group'developing proper attitudes Job opportunities for
students on tour of Miami Dade cooperativeness and mathematics with a minimum Mr. L. Walker and Mr. F. toward school. our graduates.THE .
Junior College Feburary physical fitness. average of"B." Murray.


12 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, June 16, 1967Paaennt

. PlannedWarm fond Memories Relived at final BTW Reunion"You
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and wonderful Miami, play poise, personality and are always Welcome to elementary, Junior and senior the first graduates of BTW, Northwestern? Well, some-
or the exciting, bustling, so- some talent, though she is not return to Booker T. Washington high students alike called it answered the call of great times we beat them tool There
phisticated elegance of that expected to be a professional.Poise for a reunion at any time," "our dream, our shrine..our ness; and, the last graduatingclass was the traditional "Christmas -
wonderfully windy Chicago, charm and personalityare said Nicholas H. Borota,principal home o f preparation, our faces the"ChangeChallenge Carol" with your favorite
Illinois, will be the smart set- the prime requirements, of Booker T. Washington source of inspiration." and Commitment" as actors playing "Scrooge" ..
ting for the second annual and not beauty or measure Junior-Senior High School, as In the beginning it was Lewis this era ends. Remember the Girls' Senate
"Miss All.America" beauty ments. he brought greetings to the reunion Reynolds Blake, William As the curtain rings down on "better manners in the cafe
pageant, that will mean glam The first"Miss AllAmerica" classes June 7. Clarke, Muriel Culmer, Booker T. Washington as a teria drives" Using the right
orous excitement, glorious was the petite Miss As the "last time" theme Ephraim Henry, Fred Minnis senior high school,return with table manners would get out on
gifts, a year reign as "Miss Barbara Green of Orange, reverberated through the and Pearlie Mae Tate. They me through the myriad experiences time, sonny boyl! That means
All-Amerca," which will Texas, who was a brown,black auditorium, Marian Harris answered the call to"remember and remember the you, too "J",
mean glamorous excitement, eyed beauty attending LamarTechnicalCollegeinBeau (Shannon) Class of 1940 whoever you are ... you "happenings." You will never
mean traveling and meeting brought "memories": -- the always repr e Sent" These forget your firstpepassemblythe Who will forget the many
people and doing wonderful mont, Texas. End of An Era. words were written years senior class Forum..Na- FTA Charter day programs,
things, plus a complete war- Young ladies interested in Over four decades ago, later by Ida Taylor Ratcliffe, tional Education Week and all the dignitaries in the
drobe and many other gifts entering this pageant may call booker T. Washington began' a former teacher, now administrator Twilight School..the Turkey County would come; and, even
693-0737nfter 5:00: p.m.daily as a symbol of education for in Dade County. The Day Classic, we did beat the state educators would be present -
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ana tneir cny cnampionsnip always stung our participantsin
teams of football, basketballand second or third place, class
track and later in 50's the picnics, educational tours and

swimming and then tennis outings were our meat,we ate,
teams to saynothlng ofthe we played and we rollicked, i
Tornado nine baseball teams how about the poem for the
how about the day that was set "jailhouse rock" the fence and
aside for Just"girls" remem- the locked doors, rememberthe
ber Effie Tula's all girls day patio parrrrtiOOOOOO? Re-
the first one featured Charity member the Silver Beaver and
Mance, she was really an inspiration how sharp "prof' couldgetonthose
how about the great special occasions, how
presidents of the student council about the "prune" and "peter
who got to serve as princi- rabbit" it was fine to have a
pal for a day; and, all the poor first lady who knew the na-
tired student teachers who tional famous --we had visitors : .
gladly gave up after Student and visitors.Remember .
Government Day, they justc the Boston I'
0 u I d n't take it, especiallythose newspaper article about the ;
who said they hated teach- cleanliness and orderliness of }
hing, remember?Now,you're the school, how about the two- } i

still teaching! page spread in the Pittsburgh ...:, -
Courier, remember CharlesL.
Remember the day the Hon- Williams Day? How about
or Society tapped new mem- the first time the prom was
bers and you decided it wouldbe held in Bayfront Park Au-
you next time? How about ditorium; and, the first com-
the Hi-Y Thanksgiving and mencement at Dinner Key Auditorium -
Christmas baskets for the remember how you
needy The Boys' Congress cried atthe Senior Tea, honor-
nude a hit with their May day Ing parents, class day, mem-
programs, too; and, BTW had orial day, nd commencement.
a monopoly on the local Elks Little Brother and how we
Oratorical and Musica Contest started Fellowship Day in the
Junior high spelling bees County, remember. '


Final! Commencement I r:' ,

at BTW High r.

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Year ...

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"Tne time nas come to say As the 1967 graduates stoodto
goodbye!I" This began the take the "Pledge of Gradu-
"countdown" as Terrence Hill ates" the solo "Stay Well"by
ended the 1967 Tableau fromthe Joan Storr, was still lingeringin

senior class theme; the air then a beautiful '' r rl MPiMr !
"Change, Challenge and Com scene, representing the
mitment." The nostalgia in his world of work in which the r1'I.

voice resounded down through 1967 graduates would move in -I 11L :: i_.. i1 .
forty-years of class commit- the years to come,was revealed -
ments -- from February 1927 to the audience. Willie '
to June 9, 1967.The occasionwas Williams sang "Climb Every .. : : : __ k rrlrl iTir'i
the final commencement Mountain" representing the
exercises for a senior classof world of work in which the 1967 r
Booker T. Washington High graduates would move in the
School. The time was early years to come, graduates
afternoon and the place,beforea moved up to the mountain
capacity crowd, at the Dade 'neath the rainbow of success i -. _' i6y
County Auditorium. and happiness.In _

Beginning with the accep- accepting the Class Gift, ___;
tance of the graduating class Principal Borota thanked the
by Principal Nicholas H. class and admonished them to :r 1 I

Borota, the audience sat spell- "look up, stand tall and be'a _
bound, awaiting anxiously, yet winner" He literally applauded -
i.a i.
dreading the final-the award- the parents and guardians
ing of diplomas. whom he reminded of the times
As Leonard Davis, president prior to this day. He said, he
of the Senior Class, and often felt "that parents really -
first honor student of his should receive the diploma."
class, recounted the many To witness the historic occasion -
careers pursued by BTW of the last graduatingclass rand F
graduates take up the chal- all former principals,
lenge or loose themselves in now living, were invited to the
the tide of life." His plea was''e Ie rei Be Attending this'
followed by "Cry the Beloved event were S. Meredith

Country" sung by Joan Storr, Moseley, 1938-42;
'65 and Willie Williams, '60. Charles L.Williams, 1942-61.

"Life is large said Each received resounding
honor student Cleo George. In ovations. -
James J. Norton Superin F
presenting the history of 1'
tendent of the south Central
Booker T, Washington High
School, Cleo called the roll of district, was presented by the
principals, living and dead, principal to award the diplo- : .
stated that .
mas. Mr. ,
who had s e r v e d well their, !
parents deserve accolades on : :: .
commitment to the school
and, cited the many improve such an occasion because they I I \ "
make sacrifices
ments in physical plant and many, many I
told the that the -yf'M
He graduates A. .
curricula thru the years. The i. _
fitting climax to her speechwas responsibility for "your lives F. i ___
the duet "You'll Never begins with you. As you graduate __ '
Walk Alone." into this difficult, and _

Sara Bryant focused atten- complex society, be yourself.
with the ability to
Carry you I
tion on the Class of 1957 as she
and remember always
weaved the theme eloquently cope; ,
that education is one great stepon
described the feelingof
the road to conquer"
those who listened as she
With the past principals and
said "The for should
: way us
BTW administrative\ staff assisting '
not be hard those before
as as _
in the presentation, 206

us; for,they have smoothed the graduates received diplomas. \ f \ L : d r,,
way. Some of us may never see The "Hallelujah Chorus" _
each other again; so, remember from the Messiah by Handel: : _
we get as we give. we was rendered by the Com- _
take as we bring. Let us have mencement Chorus. Grad- ''TEIff .
faith -- faith to commit our uates and the audience then '
lives to God; and a determination sang the Alma Mater. The recessional
to carry friendship with was "The Exodus j I
us forever." The Commence- Song" played by Willie
ment Chorus followed this Williams, on the organ. The
presentation with. "No Man IAn s moving finger having writ,!I !
Island" moves pn. : .,.


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14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 16, 1967

Mr. Sullivan Moss of 229 N.

I I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS ] dear husband loving aad memory brother of,our at W. Venetian 14th Street,Nursing died, June Home 10,

OSCAR SPENCER Funeral services will be held

Saturday, June 17, 3:00 p.m.
who departed this life June 10,
in the chapel. Remains will repose -
1964. Three has passedand
IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn your sweet years smile remains.We in the chapel beginning
1:00 p.m. on Friday, until fun-
I loved but God loved
our you you
loving memory
In memory of family of the late best. eral time Saturday afternoon.

MU<,;. ANNIE JOHNSON daughter Survivors Include his wife,
""' '' '''
two brothers
wish to express our sincere Alberta; Granville -
Mrs Addie S. Spencer, wife
thanks to our many friends and r and Earnest; one grandson -
Mrs. Mary Spencer mother
neighbors for their kindness Cleveland Ohio Baldwin Hepburn; two

and thoughtfulness during our granddaughters, Gloria and
Mr. George Spencer, brother;
hour' of bereavement. Thanksto Cleveland Ohio JoAnn Hepburn; nieces; nep-
those for the use of their hews; and other relatives.
Mr. Gilbert Spencer, brother
cars, for the many telegrams, Cleveland, Ohio Mrs. Virginia Oliver of 4718N.
cards and letters. Special Harrell Williams of 16310N.
Miss Judith Miles, W. 15th Avenue, died, June
thanks to the ladies of the Gar- ,. 1 W. 19th Avenue Rd., died Funeral
God-daughter 12, at her home. ser
den and Civic Club, to Father .. Saturday, June 10th. lie is sur- vices will be held, Monday,

Anthony of the St. Peters Ame- vived by his widow, Mary Ann; June 19th, 3:00 p.m. in the
and the a mother Mrs. Essie Walker
rican Catholic Church,
CARD OF THANKSThe chapel. Remains will repose
Richardson Funeral Home for and other relatives. Funeral:
in the chapel beginning l00p.
their courteous service.Mr. family of the late services will be conducted on m. Sunday until funeral time
I June 15 at
Thursday, 2:00p.m.
'CHARLES BERRY Monday afternoon. Survivors
Donald Johnson, son in the chapel.
wish to its appreciation include, two daughters. Mrs.
SHELA JOHNSONwho express
Flossie Gibson
Mrs. /laughter Rolle of 7211
to those persons who were Livingston N. Hennie Lofton and Miss Helen
MRS MAGGIE NEAL Mrs.Willie Mae Hall.iughter W. 16th Avenue died recently. Oliver one brother Joe Curryof
Mrs. Lillian Sands sister departed this life June 12, most kind and sypathetic dur- ;
He is survived his wife
by cousin Alfred
Beyond life's gateway And Grandchildren 1965. ring our period of bereavement. ; ,
Dorothy two sons Nathanieland d other relatives.
; Parjm an
There's an open gate You are not forgotten love one Your cards, flowers and con-
Kenneth a daughter
At the end of the road. Nor will you ever be, dolences helped to ease the ; ,

Through which each must. go CARD OF THANKSIn As long as life and memory burden. Special thanks to the Rolle Linda; a a mother brother, Mrs.Wellington Evelyn FINAL RITES HELD FOR
; ;
alone. following and
last people organIza-
sad but loving memory of three sisters Witlean
And there in a light we cannotsee. We will remember thee. tions: Bain Funeral Home, the Wright; JESSE T. THOMPSONJesse
Neillie Lewis and Barbara
Gone, but not forgotten. Church Of God In Christ, the Rolle other relatives. Timothy Thompson,
Our father claims his own. Lennis JOHNSON, Sr., father Masonic family, Rev, C. R. ; many age 51, husband of Katherine
Funeral services will be
Beyond the gate your loved one Frances Johnson, mother Adslde, the neighbors on 60th ducted and father of four children died
on Saturday June 17.
Finds happiness and rest. Maurice Johnson, brother street, Eastern Airlines and by drowning on June 6, when

And there is comfortIn Lennis Johnson, ,Jr., brother the Miami Northwestern Senior Mrs. Cora Allen of 2047 N. the boat in which he and two

the thought High family. Your kindnessand W. 69th Terrace died recently companions were fishing cap-

That a loving God knows best. sincerity will always be at Jackson Memorial Hospital sized at H o 11 d a y Recreation

Sadly missed by Viola Neal, IN MEMORIAMIn remembered. She is survived by two Park in Broward County. The

Alzaria Foster, Eva Williams i daughters, Cora Lee Coley deceased, in addition tohis

and Ruth Smith, daughters; sad but loving memory of Mildred Berry and family ;and Jessie Rozier; five grand- widow, was survived by three

Katie Davis, granddaughter; I children; seven brothers; one daughters, Mrs, Melvin
........ sister
and other
Theodore Russell, grandson; I .L JIIi'! relatives. Mobley, Jr., Christine,Gwen-

Keith Hylor, Denise Davis and ALBERT. ;Funeral services will be con- dolyn, his son Milton, and an

Teddy Charles Jr. great ducted on Saturday, June 17, uncle John
John Walker 16021
at 2:00 p.m. in the New Hope
grandchildren. N. W. 17th PI., Opa-locka, died ;Baptist Church. The deceased was retired
June 3. Services were held Saturday from active service with the

w from First Baptist Julius C. Jones, a Trader 46th Engineer Battalion in the

CARD OF THANKS SAMUEL HEPBURNwho Church. Bunche Park. ]Instructor for the Dade County United States Army in which

4 t Mrs. Ella Walker, 1370 N. :Public Schools, of 3825 Fla., he was a career noncommissioned -

departed this life June 10, W. 46th Street, died June 10. Avenue, Coconut Grove, died officer holding the per

1954. She is survived by 5,daughters, June 9. He is survived by his manent rank of Specialist,

Gone but not forgotten. r Mesdames, Beulah Harris, widow, Lillian; a sister Mrs. Grade 6. He had been accom-
panied by his wife and childrenat
Beatrice Hepburn, Tressie Johnson, Agnes Nancy Rawls; two brothers,
step mother Jones, Annie Lee Harris, and Jesse and Robert Jones; many various bases throughoutthe

Samuel Hepburn, Sr., father Lula B. Wiggins; three sons, other relatives. Funeral ser- world while on overseas
vices will be conductedSaturday duty, after terminationofhos-
Robert L. Charlie and En is -
tilities. At the time of his death
I June 17 at 10:00 in
Merre; one sister, Mrs. Szlly a.m.
he was employed at the Bis-
the Saint A
Snell. Remains were shipped g n e s Episcopal
CARD OF THANKSThe cayne Annex of the United
DILCIE C. SMITH Tuesday to Tennille, Ga., for 'Church
States Post office in Miami

family of the late who departed this life,June 17, final rites. Minnie of and lived at 1320 N. W. 90th
1966. Mrs. Emma Carter, 15730N. Mrs. Honeywell Street with his wife and child-
235 6 Street 8 died
BISHOP RUFUS M. GILBERT We loved this beautiful rose, W.17th Ct.,. OpalockadiedJune N.W. Apt. ,
I but God loved her best, may 22.. She is survived by Thursday, June 8. She is sur- ren.Many of his friends andfel-

achknowledges with deep ap- her soul rest in peace. three daughters, Mesdames vived by Earl Crumlel and low post office employees paid
We are profoundly 6rtei'nl preciation the many floral other relatives. Funeral arrangements -
Willie Groover, Pinkie Davis, their last respects to the deceased -
to the many friends who so pieces telegrams cards d are incomplete.
gracefully extended the num- kind Herbert A, Smith,husband and Birdie Mae McCall; four sons, at the Range Funeral
expression of
erous methods of expressions shown them sympathy their- childrenIN Wallace, Bobby, Roy and Home, where his flag draped
during the passing of our loved bereavement. Horace; two brothers, Leroy Garard of 2265 N.W. bier was surrounded by num-

one, the late Shep,>ard Johnnie, L. B, Mtms( ; 20 71st Street, died Monday,June erous beautiful floral offer-
MEMORIAM grandchildren; one great 12, at JacksonMemorial Hos-
Stephens 2, 1967. who passed on June Special thanks to all the pastors grand. Remains will be ship- pital. He is survived by his Ings.Funeral services were held

and members of the In loving of our dear ped to Vidalia Ga. on Friday. wife Leona three
Even though words are inadequate memory ; daughters, on June 13 at the Bethany
churches, of God o f Prophecyin husband, son, father and bro- for final rites. Margaret, Carolyn and Eliza-
express it and the Florida, Fr.Lambert Sands Seventh Day Adventist Churchin
ther. 'Samuel Scadlock 618 2nd beth; three sons, Leroy, Jr.,
too -
names are numerous! to and congregation of St. Agnes Miami where the departedwas
mention but St. Delray Beach died June David and Berry; a mother,
we say, sincere Episcopal Church, The neigh- eulogized by Rev Robert
thanks 11. Among his survivors are Mrs. Nora Walton; a stepfather -
to each of you for your bors of 5th Ct., Bishop A. S. : Woodfork. The deceased's
varied methods of remembrances Two sons, Samuel and Law- Mr. Louis Walton;a cou- daughter, Mrs. Melvin
Moss Colonial Overseer
sin Cress Walker mother
rence one brother Henry. ; a
Nassau Bahamas Bishop T. ; Mobley, Jr., in Germany with
May God bless and keep you, Linkous, State Overseer of Services Friday 2:30 p.m.,St. and father-in-law Mr. and her husband, an ArmySar-

for it was through him that Florida and Mr.Lester Albert Paul AME Church, Delra yother Mrs. Hartman relatives.Hepburn Funeral; many geant on active duty with the

your thoughtful expressionswere and staff of the House of Albert Beach. arrangements 52 Artillery Group, was un-

extended. Funeral Home. are Incomplete. able to attend. The U. S.Armywas

represented at the funeralby

Mrs. 'Annie Stephens and Mrs. Ethel Gilbert, wife RICHARDSON. James Thompkins of 1825N. Major Ralph L. Offer who

family W. 69th Terrace, died re- was appointed Survivors

Mrs. Albertha Rolle,daughterMr. Adam Johnson of 259 NW 8th cently. He Is survived by an Assistance Officer by order of

CARD OF THANKSThe Shadrack Gilbert, son Street died Sunday, June 11th aunt Mrs. Lillie Brook and the Commanding General,
in Jackson Memorial Hospital. other relatives. There wereno Third Army when that head-

family rf the lateL. 'He Is' survived by one daugh- local services. quarters was notified of the

D. EVERHEARTwish i one son, Charlie; five sis- employees of the Biscayne An-

IN MEMORIAMIn who departed this life Juna 15, I'ters, Mrs.Lorene Ervin, Mrs. MIAMI TIMES nex Post Office.Interment .

to thank each and everyone 1964. I I Carrie Johnson, Mrs. Alber- ADVERTISERSAppreciate wasatLincoln

who helped lighten our memory of our dear mo- Gone, but not forgotten.Your I
burdens and dried our tears of ther and grandmother, memories still linger Johnson, Mrs. Ella Johnson; They are courteous and to one In which the de-

sorrow during their recent with us. May your soul rest in I(three brothers, James, Gray- dependable. Support them! ceased's mother, the late
hour of bereavement. MARY J. PINKNEYwho peace from this world of conI I'hart and Theodore. Funeral Clara Taylor eras buried
Special thanks to Rev. Ros- fusion. services will be held Saturday
'* Jackson June 17th at 2 p.m. in the cha
officers and departed this life,June 12,
members of Greater New 1963. Shirleye Smith, wife :pel. -

Macedonia M.B. Church and Life sweet life so soon to
Lester Albert"FuneralHome, pass. Louise Smith, mother Mrs. Mae Oberg of 226 NW LINCOLN MEMORIAL PARK

Liberty City and to everyone As we are, so was she 4th Street, died Friday, June

who we cannot call by name.Miy As she is so shall we be; AI Sheree, Albert III, Kenneth, 9th in Jackson Memorial Hos-
God's perpetual lightontinue Still loved. Still missed. Still children; Daisy Dixon,Juanita 1 pital. She is survived by one 3001 NW 46th STREET NE ...19;

': to shine on you all. very dear.Vivilora Wright sisters; William Smith ;sister, Mrs. Agnes Height.
and Rev. G. McPhee Nassau The remains were shipped to
'Coffeyville Kansas June 12th E. JOHNSON, MANAGER, OX-l-9199
Mr.. Itidz Tennant, sister and P. Green, daughter Bahamas, brothers; andahostof ,

family WUbert D. Gainey, grandson nieces and nephews. j Hamlin at 9:30 Funeral p.m. to Home.Skinner and -

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I" THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 16, 1967 15

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' Range Fights
: + t :" nf.a Y( YI 4"M 1 pS S S+', ;Y "? Y, '

Attempts to

, Weaken Gun Law -- Ir' La 11

" TA
The gun-law proposed by who asked to sit as an indivi- ,
Commissioner Athalle Hinge dual -- will also serve on the MYA tjrY
was taken into advisement committee. Miami chief +
Monday by th city commission Walter Headley will act as
, after it met some opposi- consultant.The .
" tion. A 12membercommitteewas ordinance would makeit
I appointed, including two Illegal to sell firearms, including -
city commissioners, a num- rifles, shotguns and
ber of gun dealers and repre- pistols to minors, felons or + '
sentatives of sportsmen'sclubs narcotics addicts. It would establish us t, Y,Mrr
and an official of the John a 72-hour waiting peri- + 1:
Birch Society. iod between purchase of a gun
Although sympathetic to and its delivery, in place of the
the proposal, Mayor Robert 24-hour countywide waiting
King High said he had "noth- period.
ing to do"with the appointmentof Almost all of these points
the study group. He and were criticized by the oppon-
some other officials said they ents, but especially the 72-
were concerned that the com hour waiting period.Gun dealer -
mlttee would return with re- Jerry Resnich and Don
com!IloQchtions that would Griffith, president of the Dade
weaken the gun law. chapter of the Florida Sportsmen -
Mrs. Range will serve on the Association,said that
committee. She declared that penalties "should be place on
she is "still fighting" for her the criminals, not on the gun." -'. -
original proposal, and called ;::; :
for a report from the group in "If one life can be saved,or (1)) Talented Smith sings "Do, Re, Mi"i from ((3)) and our parents are so Interested."
two or three weeks. one Injury j prevented by a the Sound of Music. (4))) The Mod world I
Commissioner Irwin stronger ordinance, then it (2)) "Oh, how we /love to sing with our teacher/
.. ... ,,
Christie and John Birch official ought to be e na c 18 d,"Mrs. ll l a. I I '
Mrs. Charles Mtgril; Range replied. Brownsville Child Opportunity Center Features Night Stars 1

-- Services Mrs.Barbara Cross Geneva Wilson. and keep a television or other
"The night of stars" was a ;
I Lee is New FMC Alumni HeadIn unique example of how the an Administrative Assistantto Part three included Miss applicance."
Brownsville Child Opportu- Mrs. Leslie Danford,Director Cherry Mills' beautiful artis- Finally, three door prizes
a recent meeting of the nity Center is developing of the day care program tic renditions of the spiritual, were awarded and the proud
Florida Memorial College creative expression, a vital Father J. Coleman, of the Let us break bread together,* parents chatted gaily as they
General Alumni Association, part of every child's life.Rich EOPI, arrived after attending :I and the theme song from Mondo moved toward the refreshmenttable.
Luther Dean Lee, Class of experiences, indentified with the Virrick Testimonial Din- cone, "More." .
'66 of Alachua, Florida was democratic Ideals, are of Since of of the major rolesof The Brownsville Child Opportunity
elected President of the Na- paramount importance to the ner."The night of stars" was the Brownsville Child Center expresses
tional Association. Lee takes development of our children presented by class n, under Opportunity Center is that of sincere gratitude to Mr. Leo
the reins of leadership at a into persons who can find life the direction of Miss Cherry keeping the parents informed, Adderley, EOPI legal service;
critical time in the history of worth living and at the same Mills, their teacher, with the the program concluded with Mrs. Jacqueline Scurry, th V
the College and the inevitable time be useful members of so- assistance of the following Julian Benjamine and Norman accompanist; and Mr. Sumner
period of development and ciety. It is in this way that the teacher-aides: Mrs. Izella Solomon, of the EOPI Legal Hutcheson, director of the
, growth pains of the Alumni As- human fabrics of our societyare Henry, Miss Arleyah Martin, services, who spoke and leda Brownsville NeighborhoodCenter.
, sociation. being woven.Evidence Mrs. Shirley 01iverNandMrs. discussion on "How. to buy .
John L. Jackson, currently of a well integrated -
serving as Executive Secre- curriculum at the Browns-
tary of the General Alumni As- ville Child Opportunity Center
sociation had only praise for was manifested by the ease and
the new President and stated spontaneity of the children's
that "as we move now to ploy a full-time executive sec- performance. Obviously, o
strengthen and effect the retary. "It is of paramount much of the underlying phil-
Alumni program relative to its importance that all existinglocal osophy involves the traditionand
unstinted support for the col- chapters re-evaluate their cult u r a 1 heritage of our r l.IY
lege both morally and finan- programs in light o f the pre- American way of life.
cially in thecollege's reloca- sent needs of the college, and On Wednesday, May 31, the ErV
tion project j we must have that the new executive upon assuming evening's activities of the
strong and dedicated leader- his duties must initi- Brownsville Parents Club
ship. late a national program of organizing were divided into four parts:
Lee, strongly supports the and strengthening local Part one consisted of a brief
move of the Association em- chapters" he said. meeting and a few remarks by
Sister Marie Infanta, who Introduced -
distinguished guestsof
691-7661 the Brownsville community
Including the following: Mrs.
Claudia Fulle r, director of
rAwk Dorsey and Mt. Zion centers; V
Sister Marian Joseph, O.S.P.,
who will work in Day Care in
St. Louis, Mo., this summer; ,.
Mr. G. Kilpatrick of the
Brownsville Advisory Board; .-$i.rnorr 'i'.inSorn.trf'n.._ _

Miss Alma McCloud,a kinder- Prom time at Turner's Kindergarten was a very colorful affair; on May 26, with
garten teacher; Mr. Isaac Master Nathaniel Boyer, Jr. as Prom King, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Boyer,
Mean, principal of Floral Sr. Little Miss Scostia Rene Carswell was Prom Queen. She is the daughter of Mr.
Heights Elementary Assistant School director ; and Mrs. John Carswell, Sr. The runners-up were Master Kevin Bryant, son of Mr.
Mr. Dave Bondu, -
of the Brownsville and Mrs Lee Presley and Little Miss Pruchelle Bam, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Neighborhood Center;Mr.Leo Joseph Bain. Special entertainment for the prom was furnished by the LinkletterTots .
Adderley, EOPI Legal Ser and Teen Dance group Miss Bobbie and Mary Bryant dance team. The alumni "
vices; Mr. I. Futerfas,Assis- were represented by Juanita: Deshazier and the Fabulettes.
tant Director of EOPI Legal
WE PAY 't ",, .
e Service JQd t< ':, J / MICHAEL'SKINDERGARTEN Dade'News
MONEY : :; On June 25, Ushers' Board
.t.ettO Itta6e twuiltd.'Believe ;':'r r i" "- RECREATION CENTER No. 1 of Mt. Mortals is celebrating -'
rOM 14140 NW 23rd Ct. its anniversary at 3
TO BLOOD Phone: 688.8141 p.m. Various boards are invited <<

U God. Will bt open the entire and we are expectingeach
DONORSYOU Summer. There,will be lots of you.
CAN EARN FROM of gomes, music, outdo / Mrs. Louise McGuire is
activities: camping, hiking asking prayers for her grandson -
The House of $45 to $300American sightseeing.CateringtoWorking. who is in the hospital.Mrs. .
Parents. Hattie Conley is in the
service begins and never ends" Open 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon. hospital. Let us remember our
Plasma: day thru Friday. We hope sick and shut ins.
Three locations to serve you: that some of you may at. GOT SOMETHING
tend these events. TOSELU1Try
CORP.lit'Nf I
Mr.&Mrs.S,Gibson Owners
Miami Opa-locko' Perrin. a Miami Times Classified I I.
t : I* ST., MIAMt PHONE 3THS5J (J 16) Ad. They G.t R.nltalMrs.

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Sims Mrs. Mary Amos, reporterThe II
Rev. W. E. pastor Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor
Mary L. Mayfield, reporter
Donella Turner reporter
week of June 19-23 our

May we congratulate all of Saturday, June 17,there will pastor will bring the morning

the graduates of Miami North- w be a Coca cola party at the meditation over Radio Station

School home of Rev. and Mrs. Davis, WMBM, at 5:45 a.m.
western Senior High ,
1841 N. W, 42nd Street, from The contest between the ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev.
who worshipped with us in our
'VIT 5:00 p.m. to 7:30: p.m. All .members of Choir No. 2 will
services on Sunday morning.
NEW MACEDONIA Further congratulations to young people are invited and come to an end Sunday night P. W. Wiggins, pastor

asked to bring donation.This June 18, after the evening ser-
members of the graduatingclass Several members of the
affair is vice. Please out and give
sponsored by Jeanette come
Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor who are members of our graduating class of the Miami
Davis in effort toward Youth them support.The .
an your
Willie J. Beard, reporter church. They are: Carolyn Northwestern Senior High
is asking that
Car s well Loraine Duhart, Day.The were honored at the 11:00 a.m.
Baccalaureate services for tea which was tobe Choir Nos. one and two,Usher
David Faison, Ronnie Finley, service on Sunday June 11.
our graduates were held last Veronica Gibson Barbara given at the home of Rev. and Boards one and two, as many

Sunday morning. We wish to Mrs. Davis, has been postponed members as possible go with Mrs. Callie Mae Foster, an
Jones Gloria Manson and
congratulate, Claretha Announcement was received until a later date. him to New Hope Baptist Instructor at the Miami
Milton Turner. May we remind
Brownlee, Sandra Lee, Law- here today that James Spenver The Laymen Annual Day will Church Wednesday night,June Springs Elementary School
these toremember
rence McCauley and Earl young people C. S., of Miami, has been climax Sunday afternoon,June 21, at 8:00: p.m. the Rev. W. addressed the seniors.
that "The future belongsto
: Board Lec-
to the
Washington, all of Miami appointed 18th, at 3:00: p.m., Reverend J. E. Simms, pastor.
those who prepare for it. of the Christian Music for the occasion was
Northwestern Senior High E. Jenkins will deliver the Our hats goes off to our Juniors -
Sister Cora Allen, a mem- Science Church. provided by the Youth Choir
School. We want to say to each sermon. for the splendid program
ber of our church who has ( directed by Mrs Rachel B.
of and to all of the To all 1967 last
you gradu- our graduates, they gave Sunday Child-
in Mi-
been ill for quite some time, Mr. Spencer grew up Pratt.
ates of 1967, whatever you do, may we congratulate you and ren's Day congratulations to
passed Sunday. Let us ami. He attended the Univer-
wherever you go,and whateveryou with and for this family pray that sities of Pennsylvania, and hope that each of you continueto all of you also to the graduatesof Usher Board No. 2, under
endeavor put God in front try and reach your goal in Miami Jackson and North- the leadership of Mrs. AnnieR.
their burden might be a little Havana, and graduated from
and you will continue to progress easier to bear. the Principia College with a life western. Young, will observe its fifteenth -

The Deaconess Board will B. A. degree. Following grad- Don't forget the wedding of anniversary on Sunday,
Beginning Thursday night Miss Gloris Coleman June 7 June 18, at 3:00 p.m. Rev. W.
sell dinners at the church all uation he became a U. S. ,
and Deaconesseswill AME
the Deacons
celebrate their anniver day Saturday,June II You may Marine and at the same time, ST. JAMES 3:00 p.m. and Miss Mary Tay- E. Sims, pastor of the New

call 696-7745 to place your or- served as Christian Science lor June 27, 5:00 p.m. Hope Baptist Church will deliver -
will close out on
sary. They Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastor the sermon.
afternoon. Representative. Marshall Stewaraess Board No. 3 will
Sunday der.On Joseph R. reporter
Deacon Henry Jefferson, the fourth Sunday after- He was a Protestant Chap- celebrate their Anniversary

chairman of Deacons and Sis- noon, which is June 25,at 2:30: lain with the U.S. Army, from Miss Jacqueline Green, a Sunday June 18, at 3:00 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST

ter Ora Bell Sears, presidentof p.m., Choir No. 1 of this 1954 to 1957 and Christian senior from Bethune Cookman you are invited to attend this

Deaconesses. church will have its' annual Science Minister for theArmed College delivered a messageon affair.
Battle of Songs with Choir No. Rev. W. J. Macon pastor
We're asking all the laymenof Services in Miami and Key the"Youth Action" Most ,

the church that are not doing 1 of Greater Bethel Baptist West from 1957 to 1966.In educational and inspiring. MT. ZION AME Mrs. S. E. McRae. reporter

anything to take a part in Church of Opa-locka.The pro- 1953, he entered the pub- Youth of St. James A.M.E. Sunday was youth day at

our Male Chorus, the presi- gram will be held at New Hope. lice practice of Christian Church sends a heart-felt Milton First Baptist we were blessedto

dent is asking for I'll')re men You will miss a treat if you Science. thank you to all of you who Rev. Fayson, pastor have as our morning speaker -
bon't attend. So plan to be withus He is a member of First Sunday was Youth Day at
to serve in the male chorus, helped with this youth day. Mr. Patrick Range, who
won't you join? on the 4th Sunday evening. Church of C h r i s t, Scientist, Also: special thanks to the Mt. Zion, and it was one that aimed his speech at the youth

Brother Edward Goodwine, Miami Beach, where he has "Kendall Methodist Church." will be remembered for along of today, reminding them of

is president. served as First Reader and We are very happy that Mrs. time.T. the responsibility hat is

JORDAN GROVE chairman of the Executive Gladys Nathon and Mrs. Marie be morning service was theirs, in the world of today.
Board. beautifully conducted and the
Childs areliuvl on Friday, ,
The evening Miss
CHURCH OF GOD Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor .* :--5, ,June 16, for the Quadrennial 'speaker was enjoyedbyacapacity speaker"
< Grant us a
a udie nee. MissTimpson's gave very timely
Eddie Gilbert in Pitts-
L. reporterThe Missionary meeting
CHRISTElder message was a very message and all participantson
burg, Pennsylvania. Our pray-
No. 2 Usher Board will
Jackson the r o r a m played well
J. C. pastorP. inspirational one. p g
celebrate their 9th anniver- Rev. Paul Freeman,pastor ers are with you.
Seabrooks, reporter The afternoon and evening their part.
sary, Friday, June 16, at 8:00: Sis. E. Jackson, reporter The Junites and their chair Miss

Sunday, June 11, marked the p.m., with Rev. J. E. Jenkins There will be baptism Sun- man, Mrs. Pearl Mae Sharpare program. Clake's mes- The next event on our calen-
was one that made
second annual Pastor's Aid preaching, The Rev. Irvin day at 7:30 a.m. having a dinner sale in the sage in the every- bar will be the anniversary of
one audience stop and
program under the directionof Read n will close out on Sun- There will be a program on Parish Hall Sunday, at 1:00: think What our Usher Board No. 2,we are
Sister Irene Stirrups. at 3:00 The general p.m. This dinner is importantas : were they doing looking forward to
p.m. Tuesday night after prayer with their lives? seeing you.
church is asked to make it's on "Father's Day, and
help meeting in behalf of the Men'sDay
We the would like to
the June-ites wish to honor the
this anniversary one of the There will also be a Fa- take this opportunity to thark
greatest Brother Jimmy ther's Day program Sunday, everyone who had anything to THANK YOU
Pitts is president. The publicis 4 to 6 p.m. and everyone is in- Remember, you are always do with our success. Special

always welcome to worshipwith vited. wlcome. thanks to Mrs. Maybelle Because you were so

5 A us. There will be a car wash at Blakely for her untiring sup- thoughtful, I want you to knowI

Let us keep in mind our Men's the church on Saturday from 9 NEW MT. MORIAH port. The total for the day was am as pleased as can be that

Day program, which comes off a.m. until. $798.00 you took time out of your busy

in October.To We still have sick membersin Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor day to remember me.

the sick, we are always the hospital. Don't forget to Sister Evelyn Souter, reporterOur I wish to express sincere

praying for you. All sicknessis pray for them.HURST pas tor' s anniversary VALLEY GROVE thanks to all of you for the
not unto death. We
pray begins Wednesday night and beautiful flowers that made my

that you will keep the faith in CHAPEL AME will continue through Sunday, Rev. J. Torrence, pastor room look like a floral shop,

God. at 3:00 p.m.each night the se- Sis. Rena Huff, reporter the many cards and the other

Rev. W. J. Allen,pastor vices will bt'LJ at 7:30p.m. kind deeds that brought so

LIBERTY CITY Sunday Each night an auxilliary will be Beginning Monday night June much happiness and cheer to
was youth Service
day. -
19 there will be Prayer meet- me while I in the
was hospitaland
CHURCH OF CHRISTF. was conducted by the in charge let us make this a
successful pastor's anniver- ing for one week asking all that since I have been home,
L. Thompson, ministerT. youth and their adult leaders.We .
by full cooperation. We can and will to please attend. againc many thanks and may
S. Holmes, reporter are very happy to have sary 26 Re-
are inviting the public. Monday night God bestow all of his blessings
Preparations are being youth graduating this Sunday is also Father's Day vival will bo in progress.Rev. on you wounderful people.

ELDER J. C. JACKSONThe made by the churches of East year Gwendolyn Washington, Roscoe Jackson will be Revi-
let us all be present all day
Coast who will host the State Gerald Burns, Roman Mar-
val speaker.Hoping to see you. Mrs. Louise Mitchell
M. C. for the occasion wide Youth meeting which will shall. We hope this is a stepof Sunday, giving honor to our

was Sister Savalried Perkins, be held in the month of happiness in their lives. Fathers. ,
July. 11 _.1"\fI" "+Ns?+Ir .Ill
and Mother Carrie Jordan of is Let us continue our prayersfor .' 1ffI !
No date has been set for this Sunday women's day. Our \\rJ
Opa-locka No. 2 Church of God meeting at present.Those sis- theme: "Christian Responsibility our pastor, sick, shut-ins, : "

in Christ was speaker for the ters who will nd be activly engaged to the Church and to the bereaved families and thosein .
the Armed Services. Visi.
evening. in occupational activi- Community Morning speakeris
The church mother and sis- tors are always welcome.
ties are asked to assist in the Mrs. T. C. Wright, St. Paul

ters are preparing an honors preparation of the food. The AME Church, Coconut Grove; t

dinner for the pastor and other meeting was scheduled meetin evening speaker, Mrs. Lucile i

fathers of the churcb.Everyone Lakeland, but had to be Sims, New Hope Baptist, GLENDALE BAPTIST
is wel- KfFFlffj
always Miami.
changed because the meeting
come to come and worship withus. place designated is still under Mrs. Wright is a graduateof

We have morning prayer construction. Therefore, our Edwards College and Be- Rev. B. L. Turner, pastor

two days weekly. Monday and host will be the Golden Heights thune-Cookman College and R. M. Harrington, reporter

Thursday, at 9:00 a.m. under Church of Christ, in Ft. Laud- is working on her masters at Baptism will be held at Vir-

the direction of the church mo- erdale. Barry College, Miami, and is ginia Key Beach 7:30 a.m.

ther. Let us Join in together and the wife of Rev. T. C. Wright, this Sunday morning BETHLEHEM BAPTIST

help this meeting be a suc- mother of one daughter and

BISCAYNE BLVD. cessful one. youth director of her church. Pastor Turner will bring Rev. 0. W. West, pastor mind. Bethleaea Day Care

Our minister and his wife Mrs. Lucile Sims is the wife both messages Sunday before Center is now registering
of Rev. W. E. Sims 1 leaving for Sum mer School. Attention all parents children for the
LUTHERAN.Everyone Is in Dayton, Ohio attending a summer ses-
family reunion. Howard Academy, mother of "The services will be conducted especially working mother. sion, which will begin June 12,

is invited to wor- Our young Brother Hardy four, director of the Young by Rev. Joseph Coats. Have you been wondering what hours may be talored to

ship at Biscayne Blvd.Lutheran Pascall of Cooksville, Tenn., Women's auxiliary, second Let us continue to pray for to do with your children, now fit your work schedule. For

Church, atthell:00a.m.: preached for usin the morningand vice president of the Seaboard world peace, and for the sick 1 that school is out and the long further information please

worship service for June 18. evening service. Baptist Association. and less fortunate everywhere !I hot summer has begun. Beth- call 751-83446 or 7585921.Our .

Mr. Frank Wutz of"Fair Ha- Visit the church that makes Let us pray for our sick and 'visitors are always welcome :lehem has a program and fee school is located at 420

vens" will be guest speaker. shut-ins. to our services. 1 besigned with you and
4 you feel at home. 'yours iij, ,N.W. 40th Street.,

I Luther C. Pierce InspiresSt. GREATER BETHEL GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. THE MIAMI TIME S, Friday, June 16, 1967 17

John Anniversary- PlanThe WOMEN'S AME PLANS DAYAt MEN, W. F. Savoy, pastor Carver YMCA Day Camp

Rev. Luther C. Pierce, least through the month of the monthly church con- Congratulations to the child- The Carver Branch YMCA photography; Francis Young,

Executive secretary of the June, and to proceed with ference of G rea t e r Bethel, ren and youth and their spon- will open Its Day Camp pro- Florida A & M Richmond Heights -

", '. Greater Miami Council of to raise a minimum of$10,000 plans Wednesday night,it was unani- sors, for the fine way they gram for the summer at 9:00 Junior High School,
; Churches, inspired the Rev. to pay off the indebtedness mously a g r e e d to accept the brought to us the morning ser- a.m. Monday June 19, as an- Children Theatre; Bertha

William Alfred Curry,pastor, against the church, and launcha suggestion of Mrs. Jessie vice and evening program on nounced by Mr. Raymon Jackson, Bethune-Cookman

officers and members of St, much needed extensive Giles, to have a "jointmen Children's Sunday. Thornton, director of Carver College, Liberty City Elem.,

John African Methodist church-community relations and women's day rally" Branch summer program. Children Choral; Bernard
Church (South Miami) to con- whereby men and women would The pastor will preach the Thomas. Florida A & M Instrumental -
:. 51st expansion program.In vie with morning and evening sermons Five-dollars per week for
tinue their anniversary his each other in a$10,000 Music, Broward
'1 observance of the formal organization Civic 51st Anniversary "property-red carpet" fund as the men of the church take regular members of the County School; Francis Pierce

4., of the church, at Tribute" sermon mess- raising fellowship project.The charge of the morning and YMCA, non-registered mem- Hampton Institute, Creative &
age Sunday afternoon at the bers for the first
evening services for eight-dollars
'I\' church time, last Sunday in Oc- Father'sDay. Modern Dancing; Roland Ral-
honoring the founders week and five-dollars each
tober, set by the Church Con- ford, Bethune College,Recre-
Marc hall
Mrs Elnora week thereafter.Mr. .
FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST ference to raise a minimum of ation Supervisor; Billy Hall,
i Williamson who gave the land Our pastor was chosen vice- Thornton has arranged
. : $10,000 to finish paying for the Miami Dade Junior College,
Rev. J. E, Jenkins, pastor upon which St. John AME property adjacent j to the moderator of Synod for the fox the following staffs to con- fencing, Karate, Judo; Shirley

'" Sis Ruby Lee Carr, reporter Church was erected In 1916, church, is the same date Oc- year, in a meeting at Florida duct the specialized activities Boddie, Miami Dade Junior

Rev. Pierce used the theme tober 29, set by the S,A, Cou- Presbyterian College 1 in St. from June 19 through August College, Recreation Leader;
We were so elated to have The Anniversary, sin, Sr., who will round out ten Petersburg 21. Allen Blondell, Miami Dade
our pastor back in the pulpit years of progressive pas- James Robinson, Southern Junior College, Recreation
after pas tor echoed the acclaim Let us remember our sick and University Dade County
\ all day being away con- torate at Greater Bethel this Leader; Walter Mitchell, arts
,. J ducting a revival service in of the membership,that annual conference year. shut Ins.. )School, industrial arts and and crafts.
Boca Raton at Ebenezer Baptist the 51st Anniversary Banquetat

Church, Rev. E.R,Robin- the Universary of Miami
$1 son is the pastor. Student Union Building Friday TEMPLE BAPTISTChildren's

\ The pastor delivered the night, honoring the founders, HELP
( commencement sermon to five was the best planned promoted Day was fittingly HELP HELP

graduates of our church and affair ever. The Honorable observed with the young REV. ROOSEVELT

4. other visiting graduates.Ver- Jack A. Falk,was the speaker. people in charge of services FRANKLINOf
Sunday morning. The "
della M.Uptgrowfrom Friendship Macon, Georgia
the occasion Miss
f, spoke for all the gradu- ST. MARY'S W, M. Edwina Lord, assistant was sup DIVINE
ates expressing thanks to the
erintendent of the Sunday SPIRITUAL HEALER
:K pastor. We say congratulations Rev. H, V. Stuart, pastorA. School and a teacher in the issue It truly giving vie
: ,
to all of you. May God E. Bethel reporterOn nry to many, many people's
e Dade School btvttcct cd
". bless you as you enter college County system. problems. tCJU 4" Coidiae4: fo 4ft a

to further your education. Sunday, June 11, Child- Her inspiring message and was was well challenging reveived -, See SUCCESS or write CAN me BEYOURS.today.l MUHAMMAD'S MOSQUE No. 29

f Deacon James Lewis, pre- ren's Day, with our altar look- by the congregation. The have a special message for
< sident of the No. 2 Ushers'Board ing like a flower garden, our every troubled soul. Last
>I! and members wish to pastor, Rev. Stuart, delivereda Templeites, with Mrs. V. week many, many peoplewere Hear the life giving teachings of the
Strachan at the rendered
thank all friends for their sup- organ, helped by my special Honorable Elijah Muhammad
sermon for children and
par- appropriate selections for selected Bible reading, to
,, port to their Garden Tea We
Lie occasion. All our recent be read on Special Days.If .
.. were so very happy to have Sis. Sunday, June 18, is Father's graduates were present. you want to be delivered Meetings
Lodene Jenkins, our pastor'swife Day. The speaker for the day quickly, send $1.00 and :
back andsons, James Jr. will be our own pastor.Child- Present also on Sunday were stamped,-addressed envelope SUNDAY 2:00 P. M.

Nervel and daughter Tonja as ren let us not forget our Fath- Miss Claudia Hepburn,studentat to: Wednesday and Friday 8:00 P. M.
Benedict REV.
College Columat ROOSEVELT
on last week they Journeyed ers by placing flowers on the Tuskegee Institute Tuske- 5245 N. W. 7th AVENUE
the west coast of Florida to altar in honor and in FRANKLIN
have a family reunion with Sis. of memory gee, Ala., and Miss Florence '630 MORROW AVENUE list.n to the Radio Edition of "Mr. Muhammad Spctlti"
Fathers. Choir No. 1 will
Jenkins' mother. She reporteda Hanna, student at Benedict Macon, Co., Phi SH 5-6475 Sundays, 5:30 A. M. WFAB 990 on the Dial
in the
sing morning and Choir
College, Columbia, S, C., who 6'30A.: M. WMIE 1140 on the Dial
very enjoyable time. No 2, will sing at night.Sunday You will get these
home for the
are summer va-
Get well wishes to DeaconR is also tithes Sunday mem- Special Selected Bible Read MUHAMMAD SPEAKS NewspaperSAMPSON'S
vation. The former is a daughter -
D, Williams and all of our bers let us not forget our ob- Wits By Return Moil
of Deacon and Mrs.R,Hep
sick members. Our deepest ligation on this day. burn, and the parents of the
sympathy to Sis. Essie Bushin
Special congratulations to
latter are Mr. and Mrs. Carl
the loss of her aunt in New Miss Joan Thomnson for win- Hanna. I

York. ning her scholarship to Yale I
Mrs. Daisy Warner,faithful
Congratulations to Miss University.Our .
usher, and Mrs. Ethel English, MARKET
Miss Anglia
Teenage Friendship, -
to Brother
sympathy faithful member of No. 1 choir,
Scott the of
daughter Sis. Howard Bethel and family in
Ruth Scott, pianist for ChoirNo. attended services on Sunday
the death of his soninlaw.Our .
1 and the Junior Choir. after having been confined to
Sunday school sends get- 1466 NW 62 ST.
Vote of thanks to all girls in well wishes to Karen Welch, their homes several weeks because -
the contest. You have done a of illness.
who had an accident with her

splendid job.Visitors are. all welcome at foot. Deacon George E. Hepburn, free Delivery 696-5711

Friendship. Our prayers are with Sister president of the BTU, suffered -
Arwilda Sands and Sister a fractured knee in an accident -

Lillian MePhee and all our last Thursday when a
CHURCH OF sick and shut-ins. Let us con- tree fell on him. He Is at Jack

INCARNATIONFather tinue to visit them. son Memorial Hospital. TURKEY WINGS ". 29*
Charles Ambrose
Don't forget the Dinner sales director of
A, T, Dear and No. 2 choir and president of
every Sunday after services.
family are on vacation and will Donations 100. the Male Chorus is at Veter- DIRK'S\ GOLD SEAL'FRANKS
return July 15. ans Hospital. Get-well wishesare

We are honored to have on Visitors are always welcometo extended for their speedy 3PKGS. $1

Sunday, June 18 8:00 a.m., worship with us and become recovery

Father E, Clarke; June 18 a part of St, Mary's.

11:00 a.m., Father T. Gibson; Sunday will be observed as -

June 25 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 Father's Day The oldest and
a.m. Bishop Duncan; July 2 DRAKE MEMORIAL youngest fathers will be given CookU
I 8:00: a.m., Father E. Clarke; special recognition The Male S..ski..

July 2 11:00 a.m. Father T, Rev. Jarius W. Dunn, pastor Chorus will sing. Don't forget

Gibson; July 9 8:00 a.m.and the "old man.' ,. \.00 _1 2"aS. 88
11:00 a.m., Bishop Duncan. Last Sunday was a gloriousday *

I, In case of emergency please as our juniors led us in all i
', call Deacon Reeves or Mr. of the singing for our worship DINNER SALEThe -

7)} Charles Wyche, senior war- services. We are grateful to men of Ebenezer BAMBY REG-
den. Sis. Clara Porter the direc- BAKED
( Methodist Church are spon- E2FaFaa
Please register for theState's tress of our juniors, and Sis. soring a Dinner Sale, all day BREAD SPECIAL 29t

,!.. Tea, October 15,is the Gwendolyn Finley, assistant Saturday, June 17, cooking HOtXUM ,
; date directress. This was our first
k your favorite dishes for only
children's day service and we $1.00 place your order with any SMOKED
I thank all par e n t s who sent Ebenezer man, or call 374-

NEW PROVIDENCE their children to be trained. 5506. Please state time of de- SAUSAGE 2 BLQBX 88e
On Sunday we will honor the livery.

, You are invited to attend our oldest father, the youngest father -

: Revival meeting. EvangelistW. and the father with the Spaw.

M. Boyd, from Albany,I largest family. The pastor's S /R/r

Georgia will conduct the ser. aid, Sis. Dorothy Brown, pre- C D gfsEp CHICKEN WINGS 3LBS. $11"ISWEEK'S
vice. Plan to attend and hear sident, will be in charge of Hl.flpRD

this wonderful man of God, this gesture of saluting our

Services begin, Monday, June i fathers.
12, at 7:15 p.m.through the 23. Our choir will celebrate l

There will be a fellowship i their first "Choir Day"on the SHOP Butter Ball Special
tour, sponsored bytheSea fourth Sunday in June. Please

board Baptist Association. help them with their project.The .
i Sunday, June 18, at 2:00 p.m. following members are 63493892n

You may purchase tickets from I sick. Please visit them: Sis s t+.w, s. sr.
!; Mrs. Mary,F. White,. Meroline Thomas, Jackson 13 ITEMS | I

Lot's not forget to pray for Memorial; Brother William \ :7

the sick and shut-ins,visitors Tripp, Cedars of Lebanon;and NOTARY PUBLIC i

!' are always welcome. Deacon William Roundtree, INCOME TAX SERVICE e

J Rev. C. J. Burney, is pastor. North Miami General. .



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it 10 THE MIAMI TIMES f Friday.i June 16.. 1967

;; .... ... ... ...... .............. proceedings. The gala event had all pagentry of the annual
v P I f-' oscar or emmy awards seen on T.V. Even if I had no personal

....:.1.1..4..t. reason to be completely absorbed in the proceedings I would Broward
.D.RDALE TEMPO''LAU have enjoyed drama and finesse displayed throughout the pro- I Sport SC8111ounty's
i gram. Mrs. Betty Brown and Mr.Norbert Williams of the Everglades -

faculty were convincing congenial host to piloted the (

1.1 BY PORTERM. DAVIS. JR. program into a glamorous orbit of high excitment and antici-
?r pation. The band was most effective with appropriate fanfares
And pntrnnrA and exit music as the proud winner walked with -- -
When the last bell rings this week in many Broward schoolsa dignity to the stage to receive their respective awards as other
number of Its principals will sharpen their vacation plans nominees remembered their name being called sat back and INDIAN DAYLincoln
1967amongthemareMr.ExtellCurryof Braithwaite Ele-
for waited until the envelope was requested and finally opened an- the for Indian
who plans Expo 67" In Montreal, Canada on his Playground was scene wrestling, Tug
Mrs. Mitchell of Collins Elementary will relaxat nouncing another area of academic work. Yes this was the big of war and many other activities during the Indian Day cele-
home in Opa-locka and catch up on a mountain of reading day and we heartily congratulate the following young people for bration. Don James was declared chief of the Black Foot Tribe
their scholastic endeavors: The winners in each catergory are in hand Griffin was
material and letters, etc. Mrs. Susie Daniels of Carver Ran- defeating Vaneth Brown wrestling. Tyrone
ches Elementary will head west including visits to Mexico, Los as follows; English; Beverly Roberts, Charle s Early, Melvin the Red Foot Chief by defeating Jesse Robinson. This event

Angeles; and Hollywood, California, Mr. Robert Smith of B. F. Davis, Rita Lewis. Best writers in English are: Vanessa Rat- was climaxed with Indian war dancing
cliff and Dana Dennard. Social Studies: Vanessa Ratcliff and
James Elementary will be starting at Teachers College, Co-
Marcus Bell, Science: For best projects the winners are: GAME DAY AND WATERMELON EATING CONTESTIf
free hour
lumbia, N. Y., with an eye on Expo"67" should a or
Ernest Cross and honorable
Albert Gibbs Thomas Fulmore
two permit, Mrs. Fannie Grisham will be working with head-
start at her. school Lincoln Park; Mrs. Susie Wormack will mention Ashley Hamilton, Elizabeth Lewis, Sharon Tynes, you missed the special event at North Fork Playgroundon
to Hawthorne Scott, Honorable mention Christine Smith, Math: Friday June 9th really missed a treat!
.. Vacation in Atlanta, Georgia, Mrs OraHollinger is planning you
attend Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Mrs. Thajuana Miller and Christine Smith. Art: Larry Rozier and The special event began with a co-edvolleyballgame. The

Juanita Bennett of Coleman Elementary will visit while attend- Carl Jones. General Business: Ruby Tuff, Jacquelyn Cosier red team defeated the blue team three games to one. Charles
and Office Assistant: Ruby Tuff. Band: Most talented, Ellis Higgs Carolyn Sheffield Ricky Staten James Vickers Robert
ing her niece's wedding In St. Augustine, Florida. Mrs. Ben- ,
nett's niece Rose Marie King who is a former teacher at Parker, most all around, Dana Dennard. NTC: Mary Francis Archer and Diann Ricks were some of the winning volleyball

Charles Drew .Elementary will wed James Kirk of Alabama.Mrs. Thomas, Odell Sally and Frank McCutcheon. Physical Educa- participants. But the Blue team didn't let this depress them,

Vann A. Toomer, principal of Charles Drew Elemen- tion: Milllcent Bryant and Damon Gamble. Athletics: Kenneth they came back to win the basketball, clock golf and water-
tary is resigning her position to Join her husband, ReverendJ. Woodard swimming and baseball,Damon Gamble-track and melon eating contests. Some of the participants on the Blue
field, Eddie Barnes track and field, Kenneth Woodard high- team were Green Glenda Russ Vivian Walters Leon
W. Toomer In Orlando. Rev. Toomer who is former pastorof George ,
First Baptist (Piney Grove) Church of Ft. Lauderdale anda est scorer, Clinton Gavin most outstanding,Roy Lee Butler Sheefield, Joe Baker and George Lester.
most valuable Kenneth Woodard excelled In all sports. Home
well known businessman and civic leader Is now pastor of a
Economics Patti Evans and Verna Owns. N.H.A Patti Evans.
: :
church in Orlando. Rev. and Mrs. Toomer are planning vacation -
Service Area Awards Best actor Charles best actress
and then : ; ,
in New Jersey which is Mrs. Toomer's home
to Detroit, Michigan. Mrs. Toome will be working in the Or- Mildred Small; best supporting actor, Meldora Taylor; best Tennis instruction will be offered this summer at Walker
lando School system in specialized reading in September. poet, Marilyn Carlson; best Journalist, Thajuana Miller; best Pla, 1'ound.

Recent visitors to our fair city and neighboring community in public speaking, Christine Smith.Special area awards If you are interested in this activity,please contact Mr. Mat-

Includes Rev. and Mrs. Arthur J. Calloway of Raleigh, North Audio visual, Eddie Rucker, Albert Gibbs, Richard Thomas, thew Sanders at Walker Playground,bet ween the hours of 2:00
of Leroy Walker, Jessie Robinson and Thomas Brooks. General to 6:00 and 700 10:00
Carolina, Mrs. Dennis A. Starks and Mrs. Theresa Johnson p.m. p.m. daily.
improvement and character development, Mary Francis This class will be offered 19
,' West Palm Beach. daily starting June at 5:00:
Thomas Odell Salley and Frank McCutcheon. Student council
with .
1 Liz Copeland Young flew back from New York bustling p.m.FUN
awards: Keith Allen,president; Rebecca Jones vice-president;
7 about a business deal with Ebony's Fashion Fair
a feature spreadin the famous Johnson publication on her Cynthia Turner, secretary and Delores McKinley,Treasurer.The DAY AT SUNLAND PARK PLAYGROUNDOn
air was filled with excitement as the nominees for the co-
i Jewelry. Liz will have at least three gowns included in the
veted Dean's award and the Principal's award were announced
1967-68 show. Friday at Sunland Park Playground we presented our
Miss Miller of the Deans award for
Thajuana was recipient
The Miss WRBD coronation to be held at the Dillard High special event for the enjoyment of the kids.Which was "Human
the second academic acheivement and the
highest Principal'saward
Gym on Sunday, June 18th, boasts a host of stars among these .Tic Tac Toe," with over twenty or more kids participating in
went to Melvin Davis for the highest academic acheive
will be: Helene Smith,The Bell Brothers,Sam and Dan James the game. There were six teams entered into the event. Team
ment needless to that earlier reference to
Knight and the Butlers Band. The motorcade will begin at 4:00 say my my personal captain Benjamin Rogers led team no. 3 to 3 stratghtwtns to take
delight with the whole could well be colored by the
p.m. at Car Circus car lot and proceed down sixth street to program the event.
fact that I was quite proud of my son's acheivement the principal's -
the Dillard High Gym. The fifteen finalists will be presentedin
formals as they adorn the cars In which they will be riding. trophy.,

The show begins at 5:00 p.m., and will be beoadcast live by There were other games such as ring and singing games,
WRBD. Mr. Beauregard Cummings will charm the audience over and under relays, kickball? and newcomball. This was to
with a number of selections. The fifteen finalists are: Sandra give kids of all age groups a chance to Join in the fun on Fun
'Any wh.r. In the world
DeVoe of Ft. Lauderdale, Carol Duncan, of Ft. Lauderdale, Carver 1 you wont to go"T1CKST5 Day. Our special event for next week is "Potato-Sack Relay.

Lenore Dargain, of Pompano, Deborah Mizell, of Ft. Laud.,
Martha Thomas, of Ft. Lauderdale,Cynthia Ann Wilson of Ft. Ranches tafTNO' NOVELTY GAME,DAY '. ,

Laud., Evelyn Rozier, of Ft. Laud., Lucille Jones, of pom- ; flO/ "..T'ttereftft'

pano, Alice Givens, of West Palm Beach, Margo Williams, of The participants at Dillard Playground enjoyed a Novelty
Riveria Beach, Cynthia Bowe, of Riveria Beach, Janice Ross, NewsBy Game Day to climax last weeks activities. This activity was

of West Palm Beach, Marie McClendon, of Riveria Beach, Waller Bew. 7X4KL6UK4U"Your held on Friday, June 9th, at 4:00 p.m. The patlcipants were
Dorothy Hayes, of Delray Beach and Patricia Mitchell of Ft. competing for a gold cup. Points were given in each of the activities -

Lauderdale.The The VFW Post No.8195 will Neighborhood Trovel five points for first, four for second, three for third,
Elks Lodge of Ft.Lauderdale will again become a place hold its regular meeting Sun- Agents" two for fourth and one for entering.Ronnie Lockhart won Kalah

for fun and gaiety when the Bethune-Cookman College Alumni day June 18, at 3:00: p.m., at A. near to you ae your and Carrom and ended up with 22 points Hubert Lockhart won
Ass.,sponsors dance on Friday night beginning, at 10:00 p.m. 4816 S. W. 17th Street, West telephone. Give us a call checkers and shuffleboard wound up with 18 points for third
On Saturday night the Caps and Tams will sponsor their annual Hollywood. All members W. deliver. 1104 NW 3rd place. Other winners were curtis Lockhart, box hockey. All

"Night In Trinidad." please be present. Also be Are. FR 98451.. Cha*. C. participants were given treats for entering.
On Sunday, June 11 Helen's Kindergarten and Nurseypre- present at the Friday and Saturday Manager.Havt
sented its Graduation Exercises at the Dillard High Gym. We night Fish Fry. Mem- LEAGUE ACTION IN DISTRICT III

extend congratulations to the following graduates; Kim bers support your post.

Abrams, Calvin Alford, Jennifer Anthany, Lenard Alexander, The fire department of Car- Sunland Park Athletic Section of District HI -- City-Wide

Janice Bar field, Almondolo Brown, Vivian Brown, Sherry ver Ranches, will hold its regular leagues entered into the third week of league competition last
Brown, Rhonda Bradley, Oscar Bruce, Harry Bryant, Yvette meeting every Monday The Miami Tints week with all teams striding hard toward the top spot. A total

Calhoun, Wayne Caston, Perry Caesar, Lukita CheevasRoylene night, members please be pre delivered to your house by of 39 ball teams compose the various leagues In District HI,
Clark, Melvin Cole man, Melvin Copeland, Jr., Verdis moil every week for only ranging from elementary Softball to adult men Softball pro-

Coppet, Arthur Davis, Cassandra Davis,Tinease Dean,Calvin sent.Mrs.. Gwendolyn (Pee Wee) $5.00 per year grams from knee-high ball to pony league baseball.As of June
Demps, Ricky Donnell, Tony Dupree, Sterling Eddy, Johnny Murray leaves for'Nassau la 5, the city-wide baseball and Softball league program stand-

Ellison, Terance well, Betty Fa c en, Sandra Fredrick, Bahamas, this weekend. ings were as follow:
Tommie Fountain, Brenda Gipson,Jerry Gipson,James Good
man, Pamela Gray, Debra Green, Darlette Hall, Marilyn ADULT SOFTBALL (MEN)

Hampton, Sonya Harden, Sharon Hardy, Mary Hill, Shirley won lost
Houston, Timmothy Humphery, Cecil Hunter, TracyIssac, YA I [ OGRON .MFG_ CO I 1. Blue Sails 9 0
Denise Jackson, Benny Jenkins, Eugene Jenkins,Arthur John- : 2. Wrights Department Store 4 5
son, Sarah Johnson, Cassandra Jones, Vlcent Jones, 671 W ,t'8 h 5T: HrALtA"H. 3. Down Beat Saints 3 6

Jacquelyn Kennedy, Audry Kennon, JohnnyKing, Patricia Lee,
Darryl Lewis, Jeffery Lewis,Angelina Lovette,Carlton MaW, I IlIrlla Proof Your Mere MIDGET BASEBALL :,'.,. '

Zoellen Moore, Nathaniel Morris, Eric Norwood, Tracy Oat- .. ....
man, Michael Price, David Pugh, Angela Randall,John Reese, I With Window Replacement TEAMS

Ranee Richardson,Jacquelyn Roberts, Latritia Robinson, Fay- 3
leen Rooper, Shirley Rountree, Anita Rufus, Sheryl Sanders, 1. Rays Market 4 0
Gregory Scott, Viola Scott, Cheryl Smith, Toya Stong, Sandra Ij WITH THE REPLACEMENT OF 2. 6th Street Pharmacy 2 3

Sweet, Carl Thompson, Genard Tanklsey, Jerry Ward, Aaron FIVE OR MORE 3. Burger King 2 3
W h I tfl I e 1 d, Jacquelyn W h i tfi e 1 d, Darryl Williams,Jackie WINDOWSWEWILL 4. Bass Brothers 2' ,"' 3

Williams, James Williams, Janice Williams,Rosiland Wilson, BURGLAR PROOF ALL c ti i .
Vanessa Wright, Raynard V i c k e r s,Darryl Roundtree,and EXTERIOR DOORS IN YOUR a CITY WIDE TRACK ....",'

Rickey Jones. HOME AT NO EXTRA COST TO e : .
Mr. and Mrs. Westley Brown of 21st Avenue Ft. Lauder- .tYOU.. I" TEAMS 7
dale was pleased to have their son Sgt.Brown (called sonny by

friends) home on furlough for a few days. Sgt. Brown is now .. m 1. Lincoln Playground 4 '..; 0
enroute to Viet Nam. I 2. North Fork Playground 3 1

Mr. and Mrs. Otis Tony Streeter,Sr., is entertaining guest 3. Sunland Playground 2 2
from New York, Mrs. Dorothy Meeds and son Eugene Jr. Mrs. Reduce 4. Walker Playground i- 3
oircondi. .
Meeds Is a high fashion designer. Her alma mater is Fashion ; 5. Dillard Playground 0 4

Institute of New York City, Mrs.Streeter also studied at Fashion ? tioning expenses with Quality I: :

Institute. Mrs. Meeds was crowned Miss Streeter Beauty Awning Windows expertly! in- : KNEE HIGH BASEBALL ..
Box of 1965-66. stalled. :''i:=- I ""* .
Vacation Bible School begins June 19th at OB New Mt. Olive J // Jf. TEAMS .J',:< '" .

f Baptist Church. The public is invited to attend. The program f I 1 )
will be in session for two weeks. Mrs. Willie Morton, chair- 1. Haygood Cash and Carry 3 2

man, Rev. G. E. Weaver, pastor. DADE 2. Domestic Sewing Center 3 2
4.Friends and acquaintances will accuse me of being totally 887-8267 3. 7 Hours Laundry 1 2

basic In reporting the Eveglades Junior High School Awards ,.-/' BROWARD 4. Ralph Market 1 :" 2
Day assembly last Thursday. Someone should award a special 525-77

trophy to the person or persons who came up with the unique sh Note: 7 Hour Laundry and Ralph Market had two games post-
format utilized in presenting the awards for 1967 award's day poned because of time and Inclement weather.



THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 16, 1967 19

in the ** ,'rf )

I Working under the protec-
Armed tion of the most worshipfulUnion

Grand Lodge, F & AM,
PHA Masons of the State of ,
( '
Soldiers Chorus In Bandshell Florida Illustrious Rudolph I6 ell

Bradley, most worshipfulGrand
Concert Master.
SaturdayA All subordinate / / ,
lodges, 1 / / /
35-voice soldiers'chorus specially-d signed lightingand ladies auxiliaries are invitedto
and other musicians from Ft. other staging effects. celebrate St. John's Day-
Ga., will Rive a free together at the Masonic TemI I / /
Benninj: "Visually as well as musi- / /
,ple. N, W. 3rd Avenue and 10 P P1st
'", concert in the City of Miami cally,this is an excitinggroup,'
Bandshell Street, Sunday 18, at 300pm.
k" Bayfront at 8p.m., said one critic.
r June 17.The Bond says his group's talent trict Alexander Grand Lucas, Jr. Dis- CUT
program is cosponsored was "p i eked from the finest reporter.
: by the City of Miami and vocalists and musicians in the KAPPA NOTESThe PORK CHOPS LB. 29C
,;. the Third U. S. Army Air Defense Third Army area. Several of Miami Alumni
Support Group, head- our men were professional en-
quarted at Homestead Air tertainers before entering Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity !\ 1I\ YiII'''' .
extends a warm welcome to all
'.. Force Base. service." Kappa Men home from collegeor NECkS ;
The group was organizedlast The Third Army area embraces -
visiting the area. We would \ '
year by Lt. Gen.Louis W. seven Southeastern like to meet ) : t:: _
Truman, Third Army Commanding States. Fort McPherson, At- stay this you during your
'I General. Capt. CarlW lanta, Georgia, is headquarters. KOLE
Plans are in the
Bond is director. Home base forthechorus making
"Getting to Know You Hour.
The singing soldiers display is Ft. Benning, Columbus, Ga. Please call Bro. Herbert Am- SMOKED SAUSAGE 2fe69t
unique and imaginative
I a approach mons at 235-5473.
::1' to a wide range of
musical forms and moods,according ENTERS AIR FORCEAB of CORN,KIT ," ::< f l'l; .
to critics who have John S. Kemp, Jr.son of 18 Years Responsible &
Building Service to A
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miere tour.In 428 NW 8th St., entered the
addition to smooth music, U. S. Air Force on Monday, When Buying or Building FRYER
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20 ,. .,THE. MIAMI,:TIMES\; \ EridaT? J unei6.- ,,.3967

469 Norfnwsfern Seniors Receive Diplomas,


I Morton And Robinson Take HonorsGeorge

Curtis Moton and Carol Shipp, Maxine Brooks, when Miami Northwestern's Central District Superintendent -
Jonathan Robinson have been Ora Grier, Clarence Winfield, twelfth commencement exer- representing the Boardof
named top honor students of Eldred C. Mobley, Andrew cises were held in the Miami Public Instruction; City
the Class of 1967, accordingto Brown and Alva Brown. Beach Auditorium Tuesday, Commissioner M.Athalie I
information released by the These students, whose diligence June 13th at 8 p.m. The line of Range; and Mr. Cleophas Al-
registrar's office. has enabled them to out march began promptly at 7:30: good, principal of Dorsey Junior

Nine other members of the shine their classmates, are High, representing our
class have also accumulated the leaders of theClassof'67. p.m.The theme of the programwas feeder school. Assistant prin-

honor averages. They are: Four hundred sixty-nine seniors "Our Heritage." Music cipals M. C. Brown, Curriculum
Maceo Jones, Jeronia Higgs, received their diplomas was furnished by the chorus ; D. W. Edwards, Guidance -
and band en masse. Ran z e r ; A. Smith, Administration
Turner sang Invictus." ; and K. C. Wilson, Admi- HAROLD HAMILTON JR.
Diplomas were awarded by nistration, introduced parentsand COCA-COLA ASSIGNS NAMED PRESIDENT OF
Dr. Leonard M. Britton, North graduates. WRIGHT TO PUBLIC CLARK COLLEGE
Harold A. Hamilton, Jr., of
'. Atlanta, Ga., -Waymon Atlanta has been elected
Miamians Get Wright has joined the Public sident of Clark Co I lege Na-
r ,pv1M' George Washington Ele- Relations Department of the tional Alumni Association.

B-CC DegreesOne mentary School terminated its Coca-Cola Company as a staff Hamilton, assistant to the
1966-67 school term Friday, representative. The announcement manager of the Market De-
June 9. Looking back the staff was made today by velopment Depatment of the
hundred and seventy- evaluated this term as a successful Ovid R. Davis,vice-president, Coca-Cola Company is a
seven Bachelor l of Arts and for the
one under the leader- Public Relations, of both Clark
graduate ((1952))
Bachelor of Science degreeswere ship of its dynamic principal, Coca-Cola Company.A and Ohio State University,
awarded to Bethune- native of South Carolina
Mrs. Isabelle Blue.Consider- where he received his M. A.
Cookman College students able thanks is due our office Wright formerly served as assistant in 1954. He served in the U.S.
during the 63rd Annual Com- staff Mrs. Bernice Hunt and public relations director Army in Korea from 1952 to
mencement Exercises held 1 Mrs. Margaret Cruz in their for the Atlanta Falcons
recently 1 in Daytona Beach, football
cooperative efforts of working professional team. Prior to his association with
dt Florida. jointly with the instructionalstaff A graduate of Morehouse the Coca-Cola Co., Hamiltonwas
Miamians receiving degrees to provide pupils with instructional College in A t I a n t a,where he publicity director for
were; Marion Lacell aids which require received his Bachelor of Arts Clark College.

Walker, Goulds; Patricia Ann clerical assistance.The degree in Psychology, Wrighthad He is a member of Fron-
instructional staff has previously served as a reporter
Miami Chat-
Harper, ; Larry tiers, International; Sigma
mon Little, Miami; Rufus grown professionally throughits for the Columbia,S.C., Delta Chi, national journalism

MWBHHMtJhflMMMMMMMWMMR" MM M" -....... Styles McKinney, Miami; Rose in-service programs in an record, and as public relations fraternity; Omega Psi Phi fra-
t The following students from Florida received degrees Marie Stewart, Miami; attempt to departmentalize in director for Voorhees CollegeIn ternity, and serves on the
Johnnie Mae Neals Miami the areas of social studies, Denmark, S. C. He has done
I June 4 at Tennessee State University in Nash- ; board of Directors of the Gate
ville.// First row, left to right: Shirley Williams, Jackson- Mavis Mildred Bodie, Miami; language arts, and arithmeticto post lism graduate at both work in Univer-journa- City Day Nursery Associationand
sonville; Margaret Jackson, Ft. Lauderdale; Arlie Arm- Barbara Jean Finley, Miami; strengthen boys and girls sity and Iowa Syracuse the Red Disk Federal Cre-
academically. School activi-
strong, Miami; Second Row: Henry Morris, Jr., Tampa; Jolene Hardee, Miami; and ties dit Union at theCoca-ColaCo.
Alvin R. Rolle, Miami. Photo by Joe Zinn. Betty Lou Pierce Miami. were enhanced through its
Germinl Reading Club, the
school patrol's service and the Dade Summer
annual spelling bee. Strengths
realized as a result of the Recreation Program Begins
School And
Free Summer above activities Included -

I noticeable Interest in reading The Recreation Division of County beginning June 19.Re-
library books voluntarily, reduction the Metropolitan Dade County gistration for all ages is Wed-
Recreation Program at 153 SchoolsRegistration in tar dine ss,and an Park and Recreation Depart- nesday, Thursday and Friday,

awareness of vocabulary ment announces the opening of June 14 through 16, 9 a.m. to

opened Mondayfor fered for pupils In grades two library service, music,typing building.A its Summer Recreation Pro- 5.p.m. and Saturday, June 17trom"
academic and recreational through six at 96 elementary and reading improvement. new experience gained by gram at all recreation areas 90 am to it noon.
the entire
programs at 153 Dade County schools. Remedial and advanced Academic courses will not be student body was the and centers throughout Dade Recreation programs i n -
opportunity to use voting machines elude all of summer fun
Schools. courses will be givenat offered for advanced credit at phases
for the
first 11 m e in from arts and
counselling of Joshua major sports,
57 secondary schools. the secondary level in foreign
selecting the school's and
King crafts to music and dance
The six-summer session be- Dove. ,
activities con- languages, mathematics, or
gins Monday June 19 and May Day Many of the experiences club nature studies at all recrea-
con ducted at various schools Include sciences, except that chemis- ceremonies.
tinues through July 28.No tuition activities were directed by tion centers and aquatic activities -
conversational Spanish, try will beavailableto students
Through the efforts of the Mrs. V. at Metro swim-
will be charged. dramatics and Gallogly, Mrs.H. eight
speech, driver who have graduated but need
parent association
Remedial work will be of- education, home economics, the course to enter nursing Joyce, Mrs. V. Boone, Mrs.A. ing pools. For a complete list-
andtheleadershlpofMrs.Earkie Butler Mrs. M. Mrs.J. of centers
school. Enrollment in social McCray, ing recreation ,
Hughes, certificatesand Culmer Lucious Jackson and
swimming pools parks,
studies for advanced credit
North Dade Junior High will be limited students who trophies were contributedfor Lawrence Annis, Whipple look in the telephone directory
I have maintained deserving student and pre- Jones, Freddie Saunders, under: Dade, County of, Parks
a Baverageor
sented on awards day and 6th Mrs. F. Plevin, Miss D. Russell and Recreation Department.
School Has Awards Dayday above during the regular
grade promotion day.
school Mrs. F. Hall, Mrs. Y. All summer recreation pro-
year. Honor Society Students Johnson and Lonnie Ross. grams sponsored by the Me-
For many Individuals It wasa program were Mrs. Also engaged in summer activity shouldered the responsibilityof The entire staff wishes for tropolitan Dade County Park
very happy occasion North Minion p. Allen, chairman; will be D a d e' s educa- their teachers for a half day the communityanen joyable and Recreation Departmentare
Dade Junior High School on Mrs. Tnonusena Lindsev. cochairman tional television station WTHJ :In the capacity of giving instruction and restful summer. Summer free to the public, with the
Friday, June 2, because of ; Mrs. Kathryn (Channel Two), which will of- ; and class control. school activities will resume exception of a nominal fee to
certificates for perfect atten-: Donaldson, co-chairman; Mr, fer daytime programming for Behind the desk activities enhanced June 19, at 8:30: a.m. the swimming pools.
dance, departmental awards Oscar Davis, Mrs. Frances youngsters through July 28. '! their maturity and respect -
administrative awards, spe- Pierce and Mr. Ulysses White. for job preparation.
cial awards, and awards from Mr. Charles D. Wyche, Approximately 700 teachers Disciplinary problems were
clubs and organizations. The principal, g a v e very encour- will be taking part in-service ;reduced through the guidance
special awird was the Initia- aging comments at the end of training, learning new techniques I
tion of the Tyrone Curry award the assembly program for and up-dating the old.
awards day.HOLMES. Most of the participants will i
presented by Fred Frohbose,
special agent in charge MI- be teaching part-time too. .,.w q.p .
ami office of the FBI; attest- c 1

ing to the presentation was
James Downing, agent FBI. ELEM
1 1DON'T
Robert Sweeting, Debra B. T. WASHINGTON I
HI g don, Esther Mobley and HEADSTART "
Cheryl McLeod were top recipients Boys and girls in the Head
of the awards. Allen Start program will continues On Monday morning, June .
Blakley and Benjamin Brown c h 0 0 I through July 28th. 19, beginning, at 8:30. regis-
received the special Industrialarts These boys and girls do not tration for the Summer Band
citations. Willie Golden, get a vacation until July 28th. program will take place in the
Head Start classes continue band room. All students who
and Jean
Anthony Higgs Pear-
son received most helpful students during the week of June 12th are interested in learning to
awards. through the 16th.Registration playa band ororchestralin- GRADUATION PICTURES MADE

Mrs Willie Hue Jamison, of children for strument are urged to attend. t\ i COME IN TODAY I
Assistant Principal for Administration Head Start classes that will Those who can play already, ,
received a lov- begin in September--a child adults included, are urged to CAPS AND GOWNS FURNISHED
must be five on or before Jan. come out and participate in the
ing cup from the courtesy lea- TASSELS OF ALL 'SCHOOL
gue. Mrs. Jamison has been 1, 1968 to be in fall programof reading sessions. The offer- Robert Paul Jordan,Jr., son
APA for one year at North Head Start. Ings for the summer will con- of Mr.and Mrs. Robert P. Jordan
Dade. If you know of any 4-1/2 year sist of band for beginners; Intermediates of 15230 N. W. 18 Avenue, ,'I;"" t.,. ," y

Other guests were Mrs. old children who will be 5 by ; advanced; con Opa-locka, graduated third ''\JOHNSON "r.. 'l;,., \,
Zelma Peters, Counselor, Mill Jan 1, 1968 please ask their cert band; dance band; march- highest in his class of one- -,'I >" ', I
ami Carol City Senior High; a parents to register them at ing band procedures; class hundred, from Little Flower "
representative from Amen, school. piano and strings. Mr. School in Hollywood. Robert ':;-" OF : MIAMI!

41' can Legions; Ronald R.Young, We will be able to enroll 80 Timothy 0. Savage, directorof has maintained an "A" aver ',' ,,\{ ..'
Administrative Aid to Senator children In Head Start for this Instrumental Music at age since his entrance into the
Stone Richard Cook Guidance September, and they will attend B.. T. Washington Junior High, school three years ago.He will
Specialist; ; many parents.: from 8;30 til 3:00.: will be the instructor.The activities enter St.Thomas Aquinas High 1186 NW 38th St. 6354748I

Responsible for the awards. Register\- Nowll!! are free to the public. School in August.


THE'M'I 'MI1'IME5) Friday, tine 16', 1967' 21

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with. Boys Clubs of Miami ; i l l ; ) "wt\' 'I' \! \t't'I I i
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Runs Until Aug.- 15 \ / 'Jf.-' "

BY HARRY SPEAR Florida's largest member the Northwest Boys Club base

organization of the Boy's ball program. ( ;. :,
Clubs of America, the Boys' Library an games rooms 'f 1 1l
p UM SIGNS NEGRO BASKETBALL STARU. Clubs of Miami with units at are also open during all club

M. newly appointed coach Ron Godfrey signed Negro bas- 2805 S. W. 32nd Avenue. and hours which are from 10 a.m. w

ketball star Willie Alien, 6 ft. 6 in., 230 pounds to a four year 10915 N. W. 14th Avenue, announces until 5 p.m. dally for boys six !
" grant-in-aid contract late Monday when he flew to Washington its summer programfor to 11. Older boys 12 and over s
\ D. C. Among the schools were Notre Dame,Indiana, Houston boys six to 17 begins Mon- may take,) part in activities
' Purdue, LaSalle, Temple, Cincinnati and St. Bonaventure. day, June 12 and extends from 10 a.m. until 9 p.m. The'
'I'I Allen is rated one of the best high school players in the east. through August 17. Boys' Clubs of Miami will not

Some of the reasons why they were seeking,Willie to sign; he be open on Saturdays exceptfor
:; averaged 22 points, 25 rebounds last season while leading F.M. "Hank" Kline, execu- special events.

.; Montgomery to a 26-1 season. The only loss came in the state tive director of the Boys'
championship final. Bruce Hale brought Allen to the campus Clubs of Miami, said that the Following Is a 'schedule of 11
'1 April 22nd.When asked how he felt playing with UM as the first two local Boys' Clubs facilities the various Boys'Clubs of Miami R

i Negro basketball player this is what he had to say: "I'm not will conduct their great- daily summer programs: v
concerned about that. I judge other players strictly on their est activities program In history Arts,and crafts daily 2 to 4
merits, and all people the same way." Earl Walthall calls with base b a 11,arts and p.m.; Swimming Mondayand
i Allen "the best basketball player he ever coached" Allen crafts, tour s,wresting,boxing Thursday 10 a.m.; Bowling-

; carried Richmond Montgomery High to 55 victories in 64 swimming, and even Tuesday & Friday-10:15a.m;
A games by scoring 1,251 career points and 1,117 rebounds. musical sessions scheduled. Tours Wednesday 10a.m.;
f Michael Trilling, sports editor of a Montgomery paper, saw Special events (track meets, FATHERS OF THE YEAR New York Yankee's star Elston
Allen in action most of his college career and had great praise Bobby Hogue, former ace watermelon feasts, hobo con- Howard and motion picture star Dick Van Dyke beam after
' for his ability. relief pitcher for the New York tests, etc.Fridays'- 1 p.m. being named "Sports Father of the Year," and"Screen Fatherof
Yankees, is the recently the Year," respectively,by the National Father's Day Com-

SOCCER FAST AND INTERESTING GAME created director of baseball Also, Movies Friday mittee. Between them, they are the fathers of seven children.
Howard Is In his 15th star catcher for the New
now season as a
training at the Southwest Boys evenings 7 p.m.; Boating
t; The Cobra Soccer Team, after their second week of playing Fridays- York Yankees baseball team, and Van Dyke Is starring In the
Club will assist in instruc- am. 2p.m.;
together, were outstanding Saturday for the simple reason that tion for baseball for Golf putting-Fridays 4p.m. Columbia Pictures' comedy, "Divorce American Style." Ho-
games ;
practice makes perfect. That's why in baseball they have Boxing 4 ward and Van_ Dyke are both interested In youth activities in
youngsters seven to 17 yearsof dally : p.m.; tram-
spring training. Last week these soccer players were out on to addition to their responsibilities as fathers. On Father's Day,
age there. Former North poline-daily 10:00 a.m. 9:00
the field morning, noon and night going through the mistakes Miami sports star Joe p.m. (for experienced boys June 18, the Howard youngsters, Elster,Jr., 11;Cheryl, 8; and
they made the week before when they were defeated 3-1 Karen 7 and the Van Christian 15
by Miranda and veteran athletic only); Baseball various age ; Dyke children ; Barry,
the rough Dundee Champions. Coach Ramsey put them throughstrenuous director Ray Granda andAr' groups games played daily at 13; Stacey, 10; and Carrie Beth, 4; will be very proud of the
drills, and for his accomplishment,they went ahead >ld Holmes will conduct 2 and 6:30 p.m. fact that millions of Americans will share their pride in their
and beat the highly touted Ukranlan All Stars 3-1. The hero outstanding fathers.
of this game was a boy whose picture I had in my column last
week. He shot a 35 yard free kick from an angle goal, and thenIn
the second half scored another goal to give the Cobras the tension (Fla. 27) 7:30 a.m. to

lead which they held the rest of the game. The other goal was Dade Parks Have New Hours sunset.Recreation's.

scored by the fiery Little Celso. The Ukranian took the leadin swimming
the first 25 minutes, that was all. Then the Cobras came pools will be open 9:00a.m.to
back to win. Alfredo Alfrendlna from Brazil was the boy who 12 noon and 1:00 p.m. to 9:00
shot the two goals.This game of soccer is interesting and such Due to Daylight Saving Timeuaae p.m. Monday through Satur-

, a hard fought game that once you see it, you will never stop day. Sundays 1:00 p.m. to 5:00

I going. Exciting isn't the word for it, talk about fascinating, _____ L __ .. p.m.North
"Oh boy!" county parIS ana us it will close at 6:00 p.m. the park will be open 10:00 a.m. Regional Tennis Cen-
Recreation areas have some zoo refreshment stands will to 6:00 p.m. daily and 10:00 ter at former Opa-locka airbase -
I write new hours due to daylight savings maintain same hours. a.m. to 7:00 p.m. weekends.The open 9:00 a.m. to 10:00
can about this game all day, but take it from here, it
time announced
was today -
out and Vizcaya's hours from 10:00 skating rink will have p.m. seven days.Continental .
come see for yourselves. You see it on T. V. there- ,
Parks Director
by A. D. a.m. to 6:00p.m.has the ticket of Tennis Courts
weekday hours 10:00 a.m.
come see it in reality. Next week at 8 p.m., the
Cobras play the Miami All Stars. A new head coach has been Barnes. to The allowthe hours'were window now closing i at 5:00 800; p.m. and weekends 10:00 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. seven
added to the team. The name is Tom Hayes, former soccer changed public p.m. instead of 4:00: p.m. a.m. to 9:00 p.m. bays a week.Operating.
time in the various
more parks Refreshment stands in facilities
Park in hours
Thompson Camping
John Zwy was called backtolsraelto serve his country.
and after
only a study of park the Everglades off Tamiami not shown will not be changed
He flew back last Friday. This boy was an outstanding player.
usage; since the time law went Crandon, Matheson,Haulover,
Trail and Krome Avenue Ex- from the past schedules.
The with the Miami be
game All-Stars will played Friday night into effect. Homestead, Bayfront, Virginia -
June 16th at Curtis Field. Beach and Greynolds will
Vizcaya will remain open an open weekdays 10:00 a.m.
hour later from 10:00 a.m. to Closing at 5:30 p.m. on week- Call
MARLINS NEARING END OF FIRST HALF 6:00 p.m. seven days a week, ends they will close at 6:00
for example.Affected also will
This week end the Marlins play three games,Sun. June 18th be Marinas, beaches, the Zoo CIIARLESROGERS
at 6:30 p.m. Marlins vs.Orlando.This game will be all family at Crandon Park, amusementareas Greynolds golf course will k'
night. The whole family will be admitted for the price of one. cabanas, golf courses open at 6:00 a.m. and close at )
Mon. June 19th at 7:30 p.m. Marlins vs. Orlando; Wed. June and regreshment stands and dark with the ticket window J"" -

21st at 7:30, Marlins vs. Ft. Lauderdale. There will be two park restaurants. closing at 7:00 p.m. Haulover 4
AT PL 1-7502
more games after this and then into the second half. The Mar- Beach park golf course will ....
lins hope to do much better the second half. We hope. Barnes released the following I open 8:00 a.m. and close at FOR A GOOD BUY ON A
hours effective now. midnight.The .
Bait ant Tackle shops and
Marina Grille at Cran- STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
boat service at Haulover
don Park will be open 7:00 a.m. INSTRUMENTS.
SPECIALLIMITED Crandon, Matheson and Home-
to 6:00 p.m. with the grille-
stead Bayfront parks will be
restaurant at Haulover Beach
TIME ONLY open from 6:30 a.m.: to 7:00 Park Marina open 7:00 a.m.
p.m. the boat hoists located at
to 7:00 p.m.
28x10Living Crandon and Homestead will

have the same hours. Trail Glade Ranges will be k

i I open 8:00 a.m. to sunset the
Cabanas at Crandon Park 1 ticket window closing at 7:00
will be open 10:00 a.m.to 5:00 | v
Color p.m.Amusement
p.m. on weekends and holidays area at Crandon I


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Sunday 16 p.m. a::::: are gone?While the National League I
with heroes I
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Allen and Roberto Clemente the American -
The Ulti mate In Photogroky "--- League managers search nervously
for boy-wonders of their own. See how SELL HAP I NESS
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$300 FHA. $15pO down, $10,000 total. 'l. NO REO'1'APE' MOVE, TilGi"'f"', r,I" ''II'., ."
Tlk. new '3 b,Broom NO QUALIFYING HOMES 2 BEDROOM' CBS DUPLEX plus< a 1 EDROOM [ built-in, kitchen, jaloesfe ,wtlldow"fcaWt'g: ;\'
2001 NW 83rd Terrace 2 bedroom, fenced, awn CBS HOME, One apt. has Fla room and dining Jsai, wall heat. Beaoty for '$13,750; $J.OOO'V1 J; ] ;
ings. $54 month pays all. Other apt. and home completely furnished. Good [andRtakover"FHApaymeafs$90: ; ,itra: paysjajlf!!
area. Reasonable down. $21,000 total.A .
3120 NW 12th Avenue Large 2 bedroom, Fla. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
room, garage, front jalousied porch .Close to bus, 4 UNIT CBS 2 bedroom each apt. All furnished: .
Lovely 3 bedroom CBS in best location. Fla room,
shopping and school. One a.t. has Flo room. Ideal rental area. RealOn'
able down. $23,000 total. tile roof, jalousie windows, stove refrigerator,
INCOME PROPERTY large landscaped lot. FHA price' $14,700 with

1861 NW 42nd St. Almost new, 1 bedroom dup WE HAVE MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS $450. down and $91.40 month.

lex, FHA terms. $100 DOWN FOR VETS & DISPLACED PERSONS j n ''.,
2377 NW 95th Terrace. Gorgeous custombullt I Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath home on lov.lySt..'
duplex. 2 bedroom, Fla room each tide, huge Fla room, carport, front porch, tile roof, built-in', r
closets. 6 years new. ,SHELL REAL TYB ER kitchen, central heat, ,awnings, (olousied 'win*,';'
dows, picture window, large fenced corne'ofi\--' ;
HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWN 4260 NW 7th Ave. 7 This beauty has everything!lFHA_ ,, price;,$16,500: ':
NEW VA LIST FOR BEST SELECTIONS THIS ,1.55511 $600 down, $101.99 month,:, .'.,;:a;.I:'" lfi

BEINGDISPLACED IN URBAN RENEWAL AREA, Like new CBS at 2820 NW 207th St. This beauty
MIAMI HOUSING PROJECTS, VETERANS.CALL Buy A House Today! has everything! Florida room, patio, air conditioned
TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY. YOU'RE ONLY A carpeting, stove, refrigerator, large landscaped -
PHONE CALL AWAY.VETERANS lot. Right off NW 27th Ave. FHA price
((1)) 3274 NW 68th St. $50 down. $20 week. $12,000 with $400 down and $74.41 month.
1 bedroom house.

i y;( :HQiE riN ) INCOME' -$' i Vitl'GHT; IN
((2)) 3314 NW 69th St. $100 down. $22 week. .S.;.4'\Y'if; 'Y'J'f! :" '_",' ',' I, N ;:.WpBftfflKi/j Li ,'/
,We hove.afew) $ and 6 unit '
& DISPLACED PERSONS 2 bedroom house. Fenced yard. apartment:buildings!
$100 ,(that ton'be'bo'ughf with ,as little 01 $2,500'doo'wr. %; '',;:
DOWN JjLlve fret In:one'/o apartment and collect' "' "
((3)) 1430 NW 39th St. $350 down. $90 .' 1 Income
FHA SPECIALS ALL CBS mo. from the othersThese are all modern, CBS build*;J
((1)) 2 total bedroom, $300, 1 down.both,$80.31 Flaroom monthly., garage! corner $12,000 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room. [ing; 'i In best r .fgh o',. h"Some' ,furnished., ; : "ii

((2)) 2 bedroom, 1 bath, Fla room, ,
y' garage corner ((4)) 5430 NW 15th Avenue
$12,600, $300 down, $78.90 monthly. $300 down. 3
((3)) 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, Fla room, carport, comer bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room. WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES -
$14,500450 down, $111.12 monthly all.
((4)) 2 bedroom on picturesque waterfront. pays YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
$16,500, $600 down, $122.00 monthly all. ((5)) 2295 NW 91st $300 down. $100
((5)) 3 bedroom, 2 baths, AMopattoh beauty.pays St. $25 week. DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
$14,500, $450 down, $90.12 monthly. 2 bedroom home. DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFYWE
((6) Co-Co. Fast. 4 bedrooms, 1 bath,
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CBS. ,
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$12,500, $400 down, $77.61 monthly t/ ," ',1/' :,< RENTH, : USEs "r"j, ;
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NO QUALIFYING. 3 bedroom CBS beauty \', ,.1529 NW( 51st Terr/-$22, ; week' '

$12,850, $1500 down, $1.05 monthly. 559, NW 58th ''St. $18 ,week J"' .,:" "l "

CUSTOM BUILT 3 bedroom, 2 both I f t., 5710 NW 7th Ct. $20 week ', ;dt ., ', ,.'" V, ,
$18,500, $2600 down, $1.35 monthly pay all. ,' ,

CALL Carlton Realty (BROKER) '
.F t 635-3177 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635.4595I' 4932 N.W. 7 Avc. f
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I' for Girl Scout Camp Today! .r; ," v.OPEN,,,., EVENINGS-'SUNDAYSp- j",1 k.z" .rtiLAk'y ;4i:

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CLASSIFIED ADS Nice 2 bedroom CBS apt. $22.

CBS, 1 bedrocn:: apt. $17.50.

15 WORDS OR bedroom apt. $14. Every .," '
Very large house, $25.
WEDNEtfiAV NOON Small, bedroom,duplex. $19. :::: Keep

FOR SALE FOR SALE CBS, large 1 bed. apt. $17.50. '6) America
Deposit Required 0..0"-
Free rent plus Income. Invest Open 4-6 p.m. Liberty Rental Agency, 2020 Beautiful.
In a new duplex. In fine FHA clean 2 bedroom bath
1380 LITTLE RIVER DRIVE NW 62nd St. Call 633-7809.
locations. The price Is rights MERCHANT WHO ADVERTISE
CBS tile roof terrazzo firs. IN THE
TF Open Sun. 2-6. Total $19.000 ,
235-2958. ( )
$900 down, 3 bedroom, 2 bathon 2 air conds. Payments$91 per Efficiency. Couple or single MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY

the canalbeautlfulgrounds, mo. 835 NW 83rd Terrace. PI man, No children. 826 NW 76th APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.

SWIMWEAR. Direct from fac- fish in your own back yard, Ige 10381. Street. PL 9-2214. Call Sun. THEY ARE COURTEOUS DEPENDABLE.
tory bikini's 7-14,reg.$12.99, eat-in kitchen, coolest housein day. ,
now $7.99; Large size 36-48, town. A. Ben-Kori,Realtor, X-ray doctor's roll-about. PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMI!

reg. $14.98, now $10.99, Boy 612 NW 60th St. Call anytime, Fisher, with developing tank 4845 NW 16th Avenue

leg. Brochure on request.La- 751-2243. and accessories. Quick sale. 2 bedroom apt Just painted.

Belle, P.O. Box B, Hallandale, $300. 9150 SW 40th Terrace. Very nice, unfurn. Immediate

Fla. 33009. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, large Fla occupancy. Key at Mrs. Cole- Master Barber WantedApply
room, double! lot, Urge ki'-! 1785 NW 81st Terr. No quali- man in the same building.Call

2 bedroom CBS on lot 50x150, chen, separate dining room, fying. Move right in. 2 bed- Mr. Gross 444-6128 or nights .,..

FHA terms. Only $300 down $17,500 FHA, $900 down pay- room, CBS, partly furnished.Air 448-2824. at

i payment, seller pays closing ment. Drive by 5901 NW 5th cond., large lot,carporte, j. VARSITY BARBER SHOP

costs. Front jalousied porch, Ave., then call Fenster Realty utility room, good location. Lovely efficiency for 1. $2 0 6540 NW 15
hardwood floors, one air con- (Broker) PL 9-8779. Owner. 7585400. week. Also 2 bedroom house. AVENUE

ditioner. Drive by 1429 NW31 I Adults. $22 week. NE 55566.

Street or will be open Satur- 2 houses on 1 lot. CBS, 3 bedroom Reduced to

day and Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. 2 bath, plus 1 bedroom, $8500No New Liberty City. 4 bedroom,
\. Fenster Realty(Broker)PL 9- 1 bath, all furnished.Tremen- qualifying 2 bath, 2915 NW 206th Street.I

9779. dous value,sewers,all this for 2 bedroom, D. C. pine, turn. $25 week. 2 weeks advance.
$13,500. Terms to be ar- Open 1-5 p.m. Sunday Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE

3 bedroom, 2 bath,CBS.Largelot ranged. Drive by 3221 NW 11th 736 NW 66th Street Room for nice settled couple.

in the finest area. $18,000 Pl., then call Fenster Realty, Call Mr. WilsonJ. Phone evenings 7513535. "MR. JACK" '.

with $1,700 down payment. (Broker) PL 9-8779. K. Realty,Realtors 1478 NW 74th Street. FOR *'

Drive by 1220 NW 88th St., 947-7571 STYLES FOR ALL AGES \iv

then call Fenster Realty, Room. $12. Man only. 1012 NW
8811 NW 17th Avenue
The Very Latest in Men's Fashions
Home. $16,500. $600 down. 7
(Broker), P198779.A CBS 2 bedroom Fla room 75th St. Call PL 4-7966.
rooms, 4 bedrooms, split level SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
carport, tile roof, oak floors,
very huge duplex. CBS, 3 stove, refrigerator, FHA is 2 car garage' awnings, fence. Nice front room. Privatebath, ITALIAN SHOES
bedroom, 2 bath and 1 bedroomand 15010 Polk Street, Richmond near bus lines. Lady nurse
$12,000, downpayment $400. 944 NW 2nd AVE.
Heights. ,
1 bath. Oversized bed (Vets $100 down), $74.41 mo. realtor, HI 5-2557. only. $8 per week. 121 NW 39th
rooms with a very large front No closing costs. Be sure- St. 7584873.

porch. Large utility room. see today, Aetna Realty, Homes for sale in Richmond
Drive by 1035 NW 35th St.,then 2 bedroom house. Parity turn.
(Broker), 811 NW 54th Street,
and down
Heights Goulds. $100 .
call Fenster Realty (Broker) 696-5873. .
Phone: 757-5724, Open days.
and up. Mar-Dan Associates, e f/:
PL 9-8779. II/t1pi Oh
realtor, HI 5-2557. .
Tile bath
2260 NW 93rd Street Large efficiency. ,

ALL GOOD BUYS CBS, 2 bedroom on huge doublelot Clean turn. Adults only. $20perwk., & TV REPAIR

CBS duplex in Allapattah.$400 107x140, all landscaped, Off 13th Unusually Ave. on NW 33rd St. including utilities. 1217 N. E.

down. $102 mo.pays all. 1 side oak floors, reverse cycle air- 2 bedroom, 1 bath, Fla.room, Miami Court. 888-5727.

rented $80 per mo. cond., stove, city water, en. garage, corner lot, fenced yd., will share 1488 N.W. 62nd St.
Working girl my
Large CBS duplex, 90th Street closed porch, in like "new frame. $14,000 FHA terms.
area, 2 large bedrooms each condition. FHA says $12,500. new duplex with nice clean
$300 down. No closing costs.
side. $600 down. $116 monthly Seller pays all closing costs. Phil Perry, Realty, realtor lady. Nice neighborhood. 759- 696-3225
pays all.Each side rentingpays $400 down (Vets only $100)). 377-0587 6026.

$85. $77.61 monthly, a real bar-_. Ben Jordan, Jr., Prop.
CBS 3bedrooman'dFlaroom( Calf Aetna Realty 1 bedroom apt. NW 52nd St.
; gain. now, $400 Down
fenced yard, near 79th Street, (Broker), 811 NW 54th Street, No Closing Costs Newly decorated. References

$400 down and $91 month pays Phone: 757-5724. Open 7 days. 8720 NW 14th Avenue required. Permanent tenants.
First and last month in ad- SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR
all.We Lovely CBS enclosed porch, 5-8418.
Have Other Good Buys 2419 NW 81st Terrace lot. Alla- vance.
carport, big corner
Call Now 751-9784 CBS, 5 years new, 2 bedroom, pattah Realty, realtors, 633- 1444 51st I SPECIAL"'Cleaned
Mike Scatton, Realty air cond., heat, patio, FHA 0426. NW Terrace & Oiled In Your Home
Terrific I
Huge four bedroom.
$11,500. Only $350 down,
-0- L I
Tensions PA
Open Sunday 2-5 p.m. (Vets $100 down), $71.52 mo. location. $35 per week. Pass Adjust
1743 NW 92nd Street This one will not be available 2390 Big Beautiful NW 95th Terrace Duplex by and read sign on propertythen *Free Needle & Belt Total Cost 1 ,_JU

$6,500 total price long. Drive by then come in. $1400 down, live rent free.Al- call agent. Check all Wiring All Makes

Fully turn. 1 bedroom home Aetna Realty, Broker, 811 NW lapattah Realty, realtors, 633- 1 Year Guarantee 5 Models
on 75x105 ft. lot. Only $600 54th Street, Phone: 757-5724. 0426. 5 room house. Furn. NW sec-
down. $60 mo. Spitzer Real- Open 7 days. tion. Spacious living room. 2 BROWARD CALL

ty, Realtors, 759-8741. Home. $350 down. $11,500 bedrooms, large screened COLLECT 634-6242
porch fenced yard on two lots.
6925-27 NW 6th Avenue total, no closing costs. 2 bed- ,
1086 NW 59th Street Live free in this deluxe 2 bedroom rooms, CBS, carport. Walk to For the right person. Call 4 ..
$11,500 total price CBS duplex, oak floors, 163rd shopping center. One p.m. to 8 p.m. Mon thru Fri.

Large 2 bedroom, big Fla tile roof, stoves and refri- mortgage, Call Park Manor 635-6304.

room, $109 month pays all. gerators, FHA $15,500. Only Realty, broker 751-8295.
Only $900 down. Spitzer Real- $500 down (Vets $200), no Furn. efficiency. In private

ty, Realtors, 759-8741 closing costs, $96.21 monthly.Don't Bargain. $9,000. Down $650 surroundings. For singleperson. EDISON Specials
In Coconut Grove. A nice
wait see today. Aetna
furn. Frame. 3 bedroom, 2
1096 NW 59th Street Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th bath. Private entrance to 1 place for a nice person. Callon

$11,900 total price Street, Phone: 757..5724.Open bedroom. Near 22nd Ave. and Saturday only 9 a.m. to 12 CALL EDISON TO SEE THE FOLLOWING

Lovely.. 3 bedroom, Fla room, Saturday and Sunday. 91st St. Hudson Realty, 947- noon. 635-6304. PROPERTIES
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"s-car garage, easy terms: 6848..Broker.
Spitzer Realty, Realtors. 2511 NW 88th Street Nice bedroom in a private
CBS $9500 total FHA valua- home. Hot and cold water. NE down.
759-8741 ANYONE CAN BUY ((1)) No qualifying. $830 FHA already placid.
HUGE FLA ROOM tion. $300 or less down pay- CBS, air cond. 3 bedroom, 2 42264. 2491 NW 59th Street. Off 7th Avt. in 4Vi. $90 mo. pays everything.

3 bedroom, 2 bath, large liv- ment. $68 per month full pay- bath large living room, large CBS, tile roof,garag.
ing and dining rooms, garage, ment. A real clean neat homeat and storage. Cornerlot ((2)) CBS duplex.Terror 10 floors.$400 down FHA.Near
garage HELP WANTEDSales
a bargain price. Biscayne 5th Av". in 60':.
oak floors
front porch, no fenced awnings white tile
((3)) $66.78 mo. everything. No qualifying. FHA
Inc. Broker,759-8600. pays
qualifying, no closing costs. Realty, roof. Circular drive Excellent trainee wanted. Will
already placed. Takes $15w down. 3 .
Move right In. See 4121 NW train neat mortgage m
: condition. $21,000. Financing young, ,hardworkingman
Street bedroom CBS. Near 17th Ave. in 80's.
2325 NW
11th Place. Call owner 758- arranged 1300 NW 91st Street. who speakes well. Salaryand
8749. CBS doll house with carporteon comission ((4)) No qualifying, lovely corner, CBS home. Beautiful
Call 696-9236 for appt. while training.
modem kitchen. FHA already placed. Near 17th
90x90 lot at FHA of$11,500. Must have car. Call 8878267for
Ave. in 90'i.
18 room, CBS house, consis- $350 or less total down pay-
Stoll. (fndAn
((5)) Duplex. 2 bedrooms each side. $450 down
month plus Sun. 1-5 9251 NW
t ting of 4 apts. 7 hotel rooms, ment. $72.16 per Open p.m.
2 car-garage, large lot. Will taxes and Insurance.Biscayne Little River Blvd. 3 bedroom CBS, terrazzo floors, near Miami Ave. in 4fl'i.
School teachers and college ((6)) Large clean home with beautiful swimming pool
finance. 710 S. Dixie Highway, Realty, Inc.Broker, 759-8600. CBS plus garage waterfront
Hallandale. (June 19) Just painted. Price $15,500, students over 21. Earn money and2 Fla.rooms and2 re vwe cycle! airconditioners.
2390 NW 86th Street only $500 downlpayment.Sell- over vacation. Will train. Zib- Also has cottage. 2 lots, 100x100. $15,500 total.
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ler Taxi Cab FR 46121.
1707 TERRACEA bedrooms will closing costs.Call
NW 81st CBS beauty, huge er pay
frame home, excellent location carporte, circular drive, Fenster Realty (Broker) PL July 28
for a professional man 87x100 lot. An outstandinghome 98779.
or Individual business, office at $12,500 FHA. $400
within, fully turn., two bed- total down payment or less
rooms, two baths. Vacant Biscayne Realty, ,
in rear facing NW 82nd St., 759-8600. Gill] OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY

for building or parking.Owner 4ef)1 .
Childcare in my home. Your .
on premises. (Jun 16) $695 down.$85 mo.l mortgage, best '
will have the very
3 bedroom, 1 bath, screened IDISOH REALTY Realtors
SR 22's FILED porch, stove, carport. Drive of care. 759-8335. DOUBLE ACTION ,
Save $ E-Z terms, Auto 3970 NW 195th St.Then see /COLORS CRAY KAIRtUa
by '
Home 2 DRESSES HAIR IN PUCE 175 N W. 62nd St 75M441TH
Life. Able Insurance Gordon Akeley, Broker, 624- Very good with children. 759- _
Agency, Phone 757.5842,811 Street. r .
: 8493. 3253 NW 183rd 6113.
NW 54th Street. Open 7 days. Open 7 days,'9 to 6.

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