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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 23, 1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Vol. 44, No. 43 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY JUNE 23, 1967 Ot FLAnlolUliV 20 PAGES 15 T \il;
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PPajrS The Defense Department
announced Saturday tht Spec. Nears Solution

4 Bruce Townsend, 27, of 3303
Grand Avenue,Coconut Grove, The director of Miami Hous- to $175,000 to provide lighting effort by the housing authority. I ,I
has been killed in Vietnam. Authority said Monday that in school playgrounds in The director said if they do i
He was fatally injured on the deadlock that has delayed Brownsville and purchase not agree to it he will recom-
May 26.Funeral. construction of badly needed slum houses in the area to mend that the authority pro-
services will be a public housing units for abouta clear additional land for an expanded ceed with the construction of ,,1
held Saturday afternoon at the year may be out of the way recreational county 96 units on N.W.74th Ter. between -
t Macedonia Baptist Church, I by the middle of next month. program. 19th and 21st Aves.
Coconut Grove. The work was held upby the Sofge said the 40 families He said federal officials will
Pvt. Townsend was a nativeof authority because of bitter op- displaced by the second plan have to approve this move too,
North Carolina. In 1961 became position from leaders of the would be placed In public hous- because a single bid was accepted -
to the Miami area,He Brownsville Civic Improve png.: Since only] 40 new units for all 160 units and (
was employed the Kings Bay ment Association, whocontendthat are planned in Brownsville, splitting the project would add
Yacht Club up to the time he Wry" ? additional housing in their there would be no Increase in $55,000 to the present bid of
i entered the service, July 6, area would add to already density there, and more park $2.3 million
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1966. one sister, Willa Marie and serious problems of over- space would be provided, he Solge said the new housing
,. -, He is survived by his wife, one brother, Ernest, Jr.. of vrowdlng. ,said. would be in three, four and-
Pfc Sammy L. Holmes,son Ethel; two children, Dorothy, Coconut Grove Director Haley Sofge said, Spokesmen for the Browns five-bedroom units, and will
of Mr. and Mrs. Columbus six and Shynita, four, his moBruce was awarded the Further however, the authority has ville Association still oppose meet the existing pressuring
Mrs. Ruby Townsend, pie Heart among many' other asked th government per- the new construction for this public housing needs.
Holmes of 2273 N.W. 61st St., and other relatives. medals and honors. mission to get into the recrea- .,_.."..... _._...._--_._- -_ ...-
killed in action
was Friday ,
tion
field I in an attempt to E
June 16, while serving In Viet pacfy the Negro leaders.
nam. Other surviving relatives ::
The housing agency has submitted -
are a sister, DoreenandMrs. [ proposals to spend up jjj ,
''Laura Holmes, grand- Still No Clues in

mother Man Charged _
Strangulation MurderA

ARANHA COACHES With AssaultA
I 26-year-old woman was Dr. Joseph H. Davis, Dade T
.. DRAMA. WORKSHOP" -, found strangled to death last medical examiner, reportedthat 22-year-old man was
Thursday in her home at 19011 marks on Mrs. Rooks' charged with rape last Thurs-
N. W, 39th Ct. neck indicated she had been day after police said he attacked -
strangled with a cord or wire. one woman and attemptedto

The partially-nude body of Rooks, who is employed at attack another. ., _
Officers
the victim, Mrs Patricia the Pan American World Air- said Joe Nobles of r
Rooks, was found by her hus- ways at Miami International 330 N. W, 20th St. was arrested -
band, Curly Rooks, Metro police Airport, told police he went to as he fled from the victims'
said; The five-month old. work the previous day at 6:20 apartment building.Police had
Ir t.r -daughter., ,of the couple was not, a.m.-and wliqn ha.returned at.been! ,ummoned.l.2 the building \
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harmed. She was in the living 4:00 p.m. he,found big wife was
hel J in Dade County jail with
room. dead--face down on the bed. ,
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Talented and verstile actor Improvement Contractors i I _

writer director Ray ,
Aranha is now in his third week I
of teaching and coaching I

drama Acorns workshops Civic Theatre for each the Rob Ghetto Negroes i:

Wednesday evening, from 8.00
to 10:00 p.m. through July 5. Dade County Interagency Enforcement Officer J. R. contracts calling for more
Aranha was recently nomi- \Relocation Committee learned Noffo noted that"the contracts than twice as much as the actual .
nated for the Miami Herald Friday that a unprincipled referred to are estimates far cost of repairs.'They were
Drama Angel award for best "home improvement contrac- beyond: the actual cost and, advised to talk with represen- Clay Convicted by
actor and best supporting ac- 'tors" have been taking advan- reasonable profit factors,bal- tatives of the antipoverty pro I
tor for his performances in the 1 tage oflow-income families by loon notes, signing of blank gram or other agencies before
Miami Actors Company's productions :1 playing on their fears of housing contract forms to be filled in signing contracts.. All-White' Jury
of slow dance of the code enforcement, and by salesman contractor, .
killing ground" (best actor I told
of the Miami Auth- Ingraham U. S. Attor-
Housing
nomination) and "the sign in vices. themselves others
or as heavy-weight champion of the Morton
ney L. Susman that
Sidnet Brustein's window" Frank Phelan pf the Metro authorities ority and the county depart-
on Housing Code world convicted
was Tuesdayby
since Clay wanted to be sen-
ment of
(best supporting actor nomination I ). His workshops, being :i Lee Black of the Community owner not meeting stand- velopment, said he will call a ton, Texas, after a 21-minute had a right to suggest, a sen-
i weekly at the Little Stage of Relations Board said ards before the Minmum meeting next week with representatives 'deliberation, for refusing induction tence.
the community center 2100 I these contractors approach Housing Agency inspects also of the Better Busi- In the U. S.. Army.
Washington Avenue Miami i residents of run-down neigh- salesmen or contractors sell- ness, Bureau, building contractors District Judge Joe Ingrahamgave "He had generally conducted -
Beach, are open to any inter-I borhoods and convince them to ing an items such as aluminum and mortgage Interests Clay the maximum sen- himself in a law-abiding
ested 'persons for a nominalfee of 50? per workshop. This before the code inspector quite costly and falling to include tion. J years and a $10,000 fine.Clay won a gold medal in the 1960
is a great opportunity for anyt( arrives.In itemized list In contractof The committee's critislm is :reportedly asked that the pre- Olympics and won the championship
one interested, whether pro- a report to Richard intent to repair to Minimum not aimed at the majority of .:sentence investigation by the in 1964. He was con
fesslonalor amateur, inbeing 1 Weatherley, executive secretary Housing Code requirements." legitimate builders whose ser- Jusge! be waived. verted to the Black Muslimsin
.t taught by one of the finest act, of Economic Opportunity vices 1964that Is where his
In some Instances it was are badly needed, Sofge "I'd appreciate it if the
; tors In this South Florida area. ]Program, Inc., Housing Code j found that residents signed said. i II court: will do it now; give me trouble began. It is a tragic
my sentence now, Instead of thing that a fine young athlete

I: Passes Bill Outlawing Ban On Interracial Marriage :Clay waiting said.and_stalling. for.. time," religious could be and brought political under ideas.these

one' 01 c Jay' s attorneys, Clay interrupted by
telling
Tallahassee- The Florida ing such words as Negro and Justice" have either been expressly "The enactment of his law Quinman Hodges said, he"toldus Susman, "My religion is not
House of Representatives passed "mullatto," the requirementthat declared unconstitu- will mark a significant ad- he wants to sleep tonight political no way."
i a bill repealing all of the depots for public convey- tional, are included under Judicial vance in Florida race rela that's why he wants to know Assistant U. S. ,Attorney
remaining Florida laws which ances be constructed so as to decisions declaring tions. The accumulation of 150 now what's going to happen to Carl Walker, a Negro told the''
apply discriminately on the secure separation of the semilar laws in other statesto years of racially discrimina- him." Jury he believed everyone was
basis of race color, creed, or races, and the prohibition of be unconstitutional, or are tory laws will be eliminated.Not "It's Just what I thought," serious in religious thinking
national cohabitation between obsolete. The most recent examples only will Florida law comply
origin.Representative or marriage Clay said of the verdict. "It but the question is whether he
white and Negro per- is the section prohibiting i with decisions of the U.S. bears of the teachings of the ,{(Clay) violated the law
Robert Graham sons. Also to be repealed is mixed marriages. On June i Supreme Court, but this bill honorable Elijah Muhammadand
introduced the bill which an 1829 law which allowed Negroes 12, a unanimous U.S.Supreme i acts as a statement of Flori- the mighty Allah." "Sincerity is not the issue.
upon becoming law, would to inherit property although Court declared a similar Virginia I ba's support for the principle Clay is treeona$5OOObond The issue is whether he re-
eliminate the requirement of they could not contract law to be unconstitu- 'of equality for all Its citi he put up April 28 in Houston fused to obey the law. It Is outlaw
segregation of railroad pas- marriage in a state of slavery.All tional, using broad enough language zens." when he refused to be inducted for all of us regardless
sengers and prison inmates. seven of the provisions to make it clear that an- A similar bill has been introduced in the U.S. Army. Heyden what motivated him," Walker
which Graham's bill attacks as timiscegenation laws could not I I by Senator Richard Covington, his chief attorney, said.
Other areas which fall under "immoral and an affront to the stand in any state.Representative i Fincher and Is on the Senate said he planned to appeal the The Jury decided that Clay
the bill are the section defin- American sense airness and Graham said: I calendar. conviction. -had refused to obey the law.

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Tension Brewing in Cocoa; 1



Sheriff Blamed r


Negro leaders at Cocoa said Governor Kirk that somethingmust deputies were injured. In a letter to Stone, Wilson
Tuesday that race relations In be done to heal the The Rev. Wells and Cocoa refused to attend a meeting
Brevard County had reachedthe breach. NAACP chapter president R. with the leaders.He .
breaking point, as they V. Stone put the blame on the said only eight Negroeshad
clashed with Sheriff Leigh S. The,: Itti,,196 a said'@:grave sheriff's department for applied become depu-
,last when awhite'
Wilson over his policy of hiring i,, Saturday; "creating an environment of ties, and seven of them failedto
deputy
shejlfc arresteda
deputies.In poor relations" because there meet the requirements of
Negro man concerning the was only one Negro deputy hir- the department. "The eighth y Illt
night letters, the Rev. 0. questioning his wife about ed before Wilson became was hired," Wilson said,"but
W. Wells, county educational driving without a license. sheriff, and he failed to keep was later terminated becausehe 4
co-ordinator for the NAACP, About 200 Negroes staged a his campaign promise of hir- repeatedly violated rules
warned President Johnson,the melee after the couple were ing a Negro although he has and regulations of the depart-
U.S. Justice Department andMISSING arrested near Mlms. Five been in office five years. ment."



Bramson Calls for Elimination of



1 rA9 Atti. Slums In South MiamiSouth

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Miami Vice Mayor Ed engaging any of the resourcesof
Bramson has issued a call for little Hud in rehabilitating
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tti. the City to eliminate slums in the few blighted areas in the
the Negro area of the City city of South Miami."
L "We have been talking about Bramson said that with the
this for several years," new Metro Department of the NAACP Executive Director Roy Wilkins and Oberlin
Bramson said. "Now it's time Housing and Urban Develop- College President Robert K. Can in academic procession -
for immediate action. ThereIs ment, having the resources to at the opening of the 134th anniversary Commencement *
no reason for a city of the tackle this problem, "there is exercises on Tappan Square. In presenting the
beauty of South Miami to have absolutely no reason for the I Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws to Mr. Wilkins, the
any sub-standard areas." city of South Miami to have clvirights leader was cited as a "wise, compassionate,
PERSON Bramson said that County even a small area of substandard I determined, effective leader, who came early and stayed
Commissioner Earl Starnes; housing. I Intend to late in the ever demanding business of,securing freedom .
Anyone knowing the where- Haley Sofge, director of the urge the city to express its I and equality for all men." Mr. Wilkins deliveredthe
abouts of Joe Edward Anderson new Metro Department of willingness to co-operate with : commencement address after the previously scheduled
54, of Liberty City, last HUD; and himself toured the little HUD so that we can get speaker, UN Secretary-General U Thant, had to
seen on N. W. 18th Ave, approximately South Miami Negro area and underway as soon possible. I cancel because of the Middle East crisis.
eight weeks ago that following the inspectiontour r The resources are available. .
will please contact the city'ofMiami "I was advised that the It is only up to us on the city
police department or few slum and blighted areas in commission to show our will- I MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
the Dade County Sheriff de- our city lend themselves to .....-- ingness to co-operate by MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
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Welfare Mothers fight Bramson said the only thing municipality," the vice PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM I :
I needed now is for an expression said.The South Maimi Plan-
on the part of the South ning Board recently asked fora I
for More MoneyThe Miami Commission "that we meeting to be set up for the DAVIS
are "Interested in such a pro- possibility of a study to be I

Welfare Mothers at least above the federal ject. made of the Negro area.I think WINDOWS
Sofge said that the supportof DOORS
Delegation, at a meeting last poverty level"of$3,000a the timefor'study'is over.We i
the city would be essential know there is a need.Let's
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Mrs. Cochran said to those i seems in order before blem." WINDOW GLASS HUNG
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that "People need cash in order INSTAllED REPAIRED
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:: .porrnirtyOafPr.rrn : According to Martin Luther black aspirations for freedomand ;
: I the material prosperityand
\r, ---'-'-\ -' -'_ .':.:'_,........,-u, =, .," '_ King, the weakness of the human dignity," be says. even the food of America
Postmaster General Law- postal Regional offices undera established the President's Black Power movement is its Dr. King makes these state- were an amalgam of black and 1! .
rence F.O'Brien this week refusal to accept white help. ments In a new book, "WhereDo white.
announced plan to strengthen the Equal Committee on S
Equal
Employ- "However much
we may try We Go From Here Chaosor
upgrading and expan- Employment Program in the ment : In his boook
Opportunity. It has to romanticize the Dr. King emphasizes -
sion of staffing of the Post Office Postal Field slogan, Community? published
Service.
130,000 members that
of non violence is
minority there is no separate blackpath day by Harper and Row. -
Department's'Equal Em- "The Postal Service," Mr. groups employed today, con- to power and fulfillment that According to Dr. King, Ne- the only workable means to attain -
ployment Opportunities Pro- O'Brien commented, "has stituting 18% of total staff.The does not intersect white paths, groes and whites are "bound Negro goals., ;
gram. been a leader in equal employ- new office is
designed to insure -
and there is
An Office of Equal Oppor- ment policies since the issu- continued no separate white together in a single garment "Black Power has proved
tunities is being set up as a full ance of President Kennedy's strengthening staff leadership by path to power and fulfillment, of destiny." to be a slogan without a pro- '
division of the Bureau of Personnel Executive Order 10925 in 1961 this area." resourcesin short of social disaster, that He says that the language, gram, and with an uncertain "I
under assistant post- does not share that power with the cultural patterns,the mus- following," he writes. 'f l f

master General Richard J. _______ I I
Murphey This activity formerly Help "Cool" Summer Wilkins
was a part of the work V F A lJ
of the Bureau's employmentand Urges NAACP Units {
palcement branch. k TS "
New York-In a'red alert He also called on NAACP officers I
"This will be an importantnew message sent, June 15 to throughout the countryto
step," Mr. O'Brien said, branches of the National Association confer with city and state
"in furtherance of President for the Advancement officials, religious and civic ,: ,I'I '
Johnson's program to insure of Colored People throughoutthe leaders, and representatives
full equality of opportunity in country, Roy Wilkins out- of labor and political partiesto
the Federal Service under his lined proposals to be ,!used by seek solutions to the grow-
Executive Order 1124 of Sept. civil rights leaders to claimracial ing unrest in urban ghettos.One .
"
24, 1965. tensions and,hopefully, formula that could be used -
Paul Nagle,a postal career- "help the whole summer be a to insure a "cool summer
ist who also has an extensive cool one." and fall," Mr. Wilkins said,

background In the labor field, Mr. Wilkins, NAACP director would be to gain assurance
will be director of the new division. said his message to the from elected officials that they
Eva M.Tuggle,a mem- more than 1,500 local units In will act on the following: A
ber of the Department's Board the 50 states: "Don't Just be "More jobs, especially for :
of Appeals and Review will youth. More recreation and
against riots; be active In pre- -
move to the associate direc venting them." He urged officers more play areas for thousands w --
tor's post In the new unit. of NAACP chapters to of young kids who will soon be
out of school with to i I
Mr. O'Brien also ordered meet with "the people who nothing
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assignments of three Depart- have grievances"and"plan how do.
ments EEO specialists to the chapter can help them. Mr. Wilkins also declared inhis ,
message: "We want policeto "'
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with their heads not their ) .ro' ', ''", .I': .'
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'iIIT guns" and "We want Congressto '
pass the 1967 Civil Rights TALKING IT OVER Actors Sidney Poitier/ and Spencer Tracy listen often'
Bill." tively as producer-director Stanley Kramer (back-to-camera) explains a scene during
filming"Guess Who's Coming Dinner," at Columbia Pictures Studios in Holly-

SAVE UP TO 40% wood. Tracy, who ,stars with Poitier and Katherine Hepburn (all Academy Award win-,
ners for best acting) in "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner," died on Saturday. He hod
ON announced that this would be his last motion picture. It marks the ninth time that
Auto Insurance Tracy and Hepburn have teamed In a film, and it is in this motion picture that Miss
Hepburn's niece, Katherine Houghton, makesher debut as Poitier's fiance. Colum
*:. liability Physical bia's "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner," a Technicolor film, marks the third time
DamageSR Tracy has worked for Kramer and the second for Poitier. Tracy's sudden death will
. F4 22 FilingNo mark 'a loss. to moviegoers of a man who has gained immeasurable statue in the film
On.Refused word and universal recognition as an "actor's actor."

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Office 6530 NW 15th Av..,Mlaml.Fla. 33147 Phonei, 691-0421 By Booker T. Hayes '. by Whitney M. Young Jr.

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher Executive Director National Urban League
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor THE SEARCH FOR PERSONAL QUALITY .
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE, City Editor
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor
Recently, I read an article In the Royal Bank of Canada The Ghetto Needs JobsIn
Member of the Notional Newspaper Publishers Association monthly letter, entitled The Search for Personal Excellence.The .
article so impressed me, I feltduty-boundto see that my
SUBSCRIPTION RATES an attempt to humanize their corporate Image, many
many friends and readers had the opportunity to read the most
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN 6.00 important parts of its contents. Because of its length, it will large firms have taken to using pictures of employees in their
ads. In the last few weeks I've s e e n many such ads--bank
will find it
cover a period of six weeks. I hope my readers
Entered as Second Class Mott.r, August 9, 1927 at the Post clerks, pilots, auto workers, -all showing the people who makeup
_Office I .at Miami, Florida, und.r the act of March 8, 1876 equally as interesting the company. I have a special Interest In watching for these
can't counting the Negroes in them. Or
ads because I Just help
but
Everyone's life Is spent in the pursuit self-fulfillment,
YOUTH PATROL HONOREDThis perhaps I should say searching for the Negroes in them,
ceeds is a person who has realized in timo that satisfactiondoes
not arise merely from being good at something, but also because they are so early shown.It .
week we commend the Negro Youth Patrol In Tampa, from being a certain kind of person.Such a person is not content is almost as If these companies were advertising that
who organized and assisted In bringing about peace, soothingthe 'to dedicate his life to small purpO ti. He his quality in they didn't hire Negroes, although I know that some of them
tempers of the participants In the riot last week. his ambition. He does not strive to amass stuff to feed his actually have good records on that score. But why hide it?
Commendation goes to Governor Claude Kirk for having hon- vanity, but does his best to become somebody is esteemed. One of the most flagrant examples was found in the promotional
ored these young people. The Governor also presented medalsto magazine one airline puts out.They ran a story on what
He
wishes to be, not merely appear: the best, for this is
the sheriff, the mayor, the Negro administrator of the City the mark of quality. wonderful cooks they had working for them and ran a photo of
Bi-Raclal Commission and the chairman of the NAACP. The person of quality realizes that there is something beyond 14 gentlemen decked out in chefs uniforms. You know the rest
success. It is excellence. One may be successful of It -- not one Negro in the lot, even though Negro cooks are
the of the world of known throughout the South for their excellence.
eyes without touching the Golden Fleece
RIOTS AND
ALABAMAFrom Excellence, for excellence is in the person and not conferredby This isn't Just a small complaint, or a minor thing which
Atlanta, Georgia, and Montgomery, Alabamacomesnews the greatness of the office he holds. It is the people of excellence only Negro or someone In the civil rights field would notice. It
that some violence took place over Interracial, matters.In who build greatly and lastingly. is Indicative of the way the Negro is treated when it comes to
Atlanta teenagers are reported as having swarmed into thE<> Our Idea of excellence cannot be limited to this, that or the Job market. Everyone knows by now that the Negro unem-
streets of a shopping center In a Negro neighborhood, throw- the other area of human activity. Excellence is a thing within ployment rate is double that for white workers and that Negroes
Ing stones and bottles at police cars and store fronts. This In itself, embracing many kinds of achievement at many levels. are often denied opportunities for the better jobs but a recent
spite of advice from StokelyCarmichael, an advocate of "blackpower,1t There is excellence in abstract Intellectual activity, In art, Labor Department study shows that the situation is even worst
who speaking to a crowd at a church, advised the,demonstrators In music, in managerial functions, in craftsmanship at the than that.
to "play It cool.' workbench, in technical skill, and in human relations.Only by Since most figures shownatlonal unemployment averages, it
It was the third night of violence, ending In eight persons being a person of the highest quality it is possible for him to was decided to make a special study often ghetto areas In ma-
being arrested.In become a man and attain happiness, because happiness lies In jor cities. That way, the real situation of the ghetto worker i
Montgomery 250 to 300 Negroes are reported to havethrown the active excellence in a life affording scope for their des would be learned. The results are shocking.It .
rocks and stones when a march on the state Captiol velopment. He must, of course, be competent, but excellence was found that the unemployment rate in city slums was
halted by police. Twelve were arrested before order was re- rises above that. 10 percent -- about three times the national average. More
stored. We mass-produce almost everything in this country, but we than a fifth of the males were "unfound" or not available for
cannot mass-produce character, because that is a matter of counting, indicating that they are probably Jobless and home
personal Identity. It belongs to those who have found the part less, drifting around the edges of society. About percent of
THE DEATH PENALTY they are to play, who are doing the work for which they are those employed held part-time Jobs only because they couldn't
best endowed, who are satisfied that thev are fillinr a vital find the full-time Jobs they need.
Florida legislators have been discussing the death'penalty. need, who are meeting their obligations and standing up to their And this grim situation only refers to unemployment is at
The present law would spare a life from the electric chair if task. Such people, willingly learn whatever they need to knowto least as btg a problem.One of every five people who had a full-
a recommendation for mercy comes from the Jury.There are, perform their role. They discipline their passing Impulsesso time Job was making less than $60 per week, or what the gov-
and have been for sometime, 51 convicts with death sentences. as to keep them from gettiog'in the way of proper performance ernment has defined as the poverty line. More than one out of
Should the Jury vote six for six against,the death sentence and they do their Jobs better than is needed Just to "get three ghetto families reported their Incomes were below the
prevails. A bill has cleared the Senate that would require a by." Character Is a positive thing. It Is not fear of vice, but $3,000 poverty line (the average American family earns
majority of a 12-man Jury to vote for the death penalty, but has love of excellence. $6,300)).
not passed the house. Next week: "Inner light and courage." The Labor Department developed a "subemployment
Many worthwhile opinions were expressed:Some believe index" to measure those aspects of the employment problemsnot
that the death penalty is a successful preventive measure, covered by other Indexes. This subemployment showed that
others that a man should be given a public hanging and a man I almost half the people In some ghettos were underemployed.Add .
should pay his penalty. Another opinion was that a "chicken FROM WHERE I SITBY to these figures the unemployment rates and you have eco-
governor" failed to sign death warrants on convicted felons on nomic disaster areas which are urgently in need of help.
Death Row.Another. BILL McBRIDE This tragic economic gap between the ghetto and the rest
said we should enforce the law and let criminals of the nation must be closed.Nothing short of massive re-edu-
know that they won't be turned loose by some "wild-eyed lib cation and retraining programs, Involving government at all

erals." How To Start ALong levels, business, labor, foundations,and voluntary groups,can
As we see it, enforcing laws should certainly prove a de- begin to tackle the Job.With limited resources,the Urban Lea-
terrent to crime of any kind. gue last year was able to place 40,000 minority group citizens
Hot S..r in Jobs, adding about $160,000,000 to the nation's income
WHAT'S BILLIONOne t through their wages, and it has helped train thousands more.
t How much more could be done if all elements of our society
of the hardest things for most of us to do is to appre- became Involved.
ciate the extremely The will to succeed is much alive in the ghetto.. In
large figures which are so casually band- Several weeks ago all was quiet and calm within the ghetto. very
ied about today. With billions of dollars being spent for this The approximately 7,000 10,000 black youth eligible for the Brooklyn's Bedford-Stuyvesant ghetto, percent of the unemployed -
or that, the average personhas ditflcultyvisualizing what's In- employment market knew from past experience that there were included in the survey said they were willing to take on
volved. A sum of$998 million sounds the Job and more than half said would return to
larger than $3 or $4 bil few Jobs available in the summer for them. They had learned training they
lion. from previous experience that no matter how impoverished or school If necessary. They have the will, they must be given
Perhaps we can help a little. Most conceive of the opportunity:;
people can a intelligent they might be, it's asking for a miracle when they
thousand without much trouble. Simply put,thousand rows of a have to compete against the vice president's niece or nephew-
thousand dots makes a million. A billion (1,000,000,000)( Is in-law. So many of them, recognizing the obstacles against
simply a thousand squares, each square containing a thousand them, had given up. Biltmore Gardens
rows of a thousand dots.
Now If we've got that, we can begin to comprehend some Prior to high school graduation and the closln g of school,
of the specific sums so frequently encountered today; the Vice President of the United States sent a telegram to the for
There are over 3 billion people In the world. (We can Ima- United Fund of Dade County requesting Its cooperation im- Tenants Win fight
gine 3,000 squares, each one containing IOOOrowswith 1,000people plementing his Summer Youth Employment Program.
in each row.) The Fund called in all of the executives of its member
It is now thought that'theearth's crust was formed about agencies, along with representatives of the local poverty pro ImprovementsTenants
5 billion years ago, that the first life appeared on earth some gram and the Community Relations Board.It .
.3 billion years ago,and that higher animal life has existed for of Biltmore Gar- dens Apartments at N. W. 60
approximately 2 billion years. was decided that the United Fund would act as a central den Apartments may have St., and 20th Ave. made a simi-
Each year the earth travels ,6 billion miles around the sun. receiving agency for the names of firms desiring to partici- heard the saying that "the lar move in May and received'
Pluto, the most distant planet in our solar system, is on an pate in the program. The E. 0. P. I., the Urban League,and squeaking wheel gets the most satisfactory results.
average, 3.7 billion miles;away.Except for our sun, the near- the Florida State Employment Agency would provide opportunities grease," but they saw it work A rent strike Is threatenedat
est star to earth is roughly 26,000 billion miles away. (Light, for the Ghetto Youth to register and file their appli- with their own eyes Friday Just Lincoln Fields Apartmentsat
r moving at a speed of 5,878 billion miles a year, takes close to cations for Jobs. Mass media gave the program public expo one day before they were to go 2020 ,N.W. 68th St., where
4.4 years to reach this nearest star, so it is ".4 light years sure. on a rent-strike. 350 families say they will begin -
away.) The afore-mentioned efforts were supplemented by the The landlordO.H.Schwartz with holding rent June 24
Turning from people,time,and space,to money,America's sending of letters to approximately 500 local employers the granted them 18 con- unless the owners agree to
gross national product (GNP) for 1965 was$68l.2bllllon. The mayor of the county. This letter requested that they cooperateby cessions, signed a contract discuss grievances.
estimated public debt In 1967 Is$321.7 billion. Estimated federal creating as many positions as possible. with the ten ant s' delegation Schwartz agreed with his
government expenditure for 1967 (the administrative giving them, along with other tenants. He gave them the right
With the history of Tampa, Clearwater,andSt.Petesburg to withhold rents and use them
budget) come to $112.8 billion. Over half of this total, $60.S things, more garbage cans,
as a guiding light the business
of
community Dade landlord
County produced for work if the
billion, goes for national defense.Actual military expenditures 2 $750 worth of playground repair
for fiscal year 1967 for the war in Vietnam will amount to Jobs. equipment, a wash tub with hot does not do so. He will supply
some $24 billion. Will Miami refuse to learn from the mistakes of other com- and cold running water and Incoming tenents with refrig-
For comparison, the National Aeronautics andSpace Agency munities? Wouldn't it be better to create several thousand Jobs periodic rodent and pest ex- erators and stoves and will
(NASA) will, it is estimated, spend $5.3 billion in 1967, the today on a voluntary basis rather than to wait for some formof termination.The make immediate repairs
Post Office Department between $.7 and $.8 billion. In 1965, civil disorder before acting.We faulty septic tanks. He made
General Motors showed yearly net earnings of over$2 billion. 88 tenants who occupy other promises.
recommend that all
strongly employers black and white
the property at N.W. 51st St. Schwartz urged the tenantsto
American Telephone and,Telegraph and Standard Oil of New re-examine their the ,
position on
president's summer employ- and 23rd Ave., had threatenedto work hard to keep the pro-
Jersey were each well over$1 billion.America's gold reserve
is $13.2 billion. ment program and create, as soon' as possible, as many Jobsas withhold their $1,700 weekly perty' clean and In good re-
possible. rental payments and each He said be would waive
Even though we not ourselves be billionaires we can pairs.
may ,
From where I sit a spark of hope and escape has been would his for
place rent
in Christmas week's
escrow
at least hate some vague idea what that means.Christian created lathe minds of the Ghetto Youth. If it is not fulfilled, the demands were met.until -, those who maintain their

Science Monitor whatever happens rests upon your shoulders. Tenants of the LlbertyGar- apartment In good condition.

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lET'S TALK POLITICS HOPI/ legal' Services SEWING"REPAIR MACHINE SPECIAL"


Hy NORMAN E. JONES BY ,CWEN CHERRY, CENTER ATTORNEYTwo *Cleaned & Oiled In Your Home

I REVOLT OF THE NEGRO MASSES AGAINST THE ENTRENCHED *Adjust Tensions
SYNTHETIC NEGRO "LEADERSHIP AND ABSENTEE noteworthy events occurred in the legal arena since .
ECONOMIC EXPLOITATION.We : the publicationof our column last week.It might be advantageous Free Needle & Belt Total Cost 1150
to take time out to discuss each.Both events involved our Chedc all Wiring All Makes

( will break into our series on the Democratic party to highest court in the land The Supreme Court of the United *1 Year Guarantee g Models

1 present a brief interpretive analysis of past future and the States. President Johnson has appointed a Negro,for the first BROWARD CALL
most recent economic protest in Tampa). time, as a member of this August body,that person being 634-6242
1. The series Economic Protests" eruptingin the Negro Thurgood Marshall. Alas a Negro presides with eight other COLLECT
communities throughout the country has been wrongly labeledby Justices to hand down the law of the land. This is an American

the more colorful term of "riot" when in actuality such dream fulfilled. \
disturbances are dramatic protests Absentee owner Recently, many of this Court's cases have been directly involved -
I with racial problems such as discrimination and civil .. I
; ship economic exploitation of the Negro community. J
2. Further these disturbances are a protest against the tight rights. Thurgood Marshall has made eminent strides in legal
alliance between the governmental structure and the self-en- fields. He has blazed the legal trail and set many precedentsin }!
dowed-power structure supported-"entrenched" Negro.leadership the law. He has championed the Negro cause. His most out- a
oligarchy. standing contribution is perhaps his noted achievement in win-

I 3. These "Economic protests" in the Negro communities ning Brown vs. Board of Education 1954, which outlawed segregation JOhnBs
I two in the public school. As a direct result the mandatewas
direct American
have a percedent in history nearly cen- egg ;
turies ago, when a group of "Patriotic colonists" dressed as handed down for the Southern States to integrate the pub-
Indians did board English ships anchored in Boston harbor, lic schools, "with all deliberate speed." Thurgood Marshallis
destroy and throw overboard cargoes of tea andfor good mea- respected and well loved by his own people, as well as
others. His addition to the Bench will be a distinct asset to our
sure wrecked a British ship near Cape Cod.
Country.The .

4. This occured on December 16, 1773 as a violent pro- second event concerned the institution of marriage
test against the "Economic exploitation of the colonies by the which we were discussing last week and shall continue this
"absentee" British East India Company Oddly enough this historical week. The Supreme Court handed down the decision that no
event is known not as the Boston riot" but as the Bos- state law may spell out who may marry according i to race.
ton "tea party." Most Southern States including Florida have laws against interracial -

5. More modern precedents of "Economic protests" were marriages. For example, the law may state that a
the "Labor riots" of the 1930's when the poor exploited seg- person of Negro decendants and a person who is white cannot y:

ment of the white and foreign ethnic groups sought a more representative enter into a valid marriage in this state.However, the Supreme
labor organization more sensitive to the interestsof Court struck the Virginia law down last week in a 9-0 vote and
the unskilled and semi-skilled workers on an industrywidebasis stated in effect that no state within these United States has the
right to so regulate society and the people within the state.
rather than on a craft basis as represented by the organization vLT,7
more sensitive to the interests of the unskilled and The Court inthedecision went on to say "it violates the central

semi-skilled workers on the industry-wide basis rather thanon principle" of the constitution.Last .
a craft basis as represented by the organizational struc- week we discussed the fact that there is always a third
ture of American Federation of Labor, with the formation of 'party to a marriage and that third party is the state in which
the CIO. you live. Because of this, one has to secure the permission of ,
the state,by applying for a marriage license in order to marry. 1 by>$ ;.' .
6. The seeds of these"trees of Negro community economic The state, by law, thus regulates the requirements that must } lt'11 ) ';f."/;
the late Dr.W. E. B. Dubois, a founder -
protests" were sown by be 't
met before the marriage takes place.
dominated the t' "."" ;
philosophy
and whose
of the NAACP guiding Once married, the question often arises as to what right or t .
NAACP and permeated the "Leadership structure" of Negro interest a wife has in her husband's property.The wife's rightin 4'* A' ,
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Americana., that of academically and professionally,educated : ':: : "
Florida is called"dower"This right occures at the death of $, :) '' .," > Jo
.i e "talented. tenth"taking the complete Negro leadership struc- the husband, and is a one-third Interest in his real estate for ::1\\>.'- \: ," ;'-4 %z ; "
and the total destruction of the Dr. l!: .t' .
ture of Negro Americana, .
life and personal property such as monies, stock, bonds, car 11'+ 'I<>> ',j.t >
\ Booker T. Washington School of Philosophy of total educationof funiture and the like. ,., *' ,; ".s. kth tD SCOTCHW1flt ;

the Negro, academic, professional,vocational,commercialand During the marriage the husband and wife generally holdas :

business. tenants I by the entirely or equally. Should a divorce occur
usually the property divided equally between the two parties.
7. Prior to a period roughly ending about 1935, Negro business However, the outcome might be otherwise if there are child- W Sliere!
men were the spokesmen of the Negro community with the
i ren born as a result of the union, as well as other. circum-
1 governmental structure and many business establishments in stances to be considered by the court.
the Negro communities were owned and operated by Negro re- This brings us to the topic of Divorce. There are two kindsof
: sidents of the Negro consequently their basic interests was the divorces provided for by the law.On e is an absolute di- Can a Scotch actually taste good?Ask the bom-and-

economic development of the Negro community,in keeping with divorce that dissolves the marriage and releases both husband bred Scotch drinkers. They've been smacking their

the free-interprise capitalistic system of America. and wife from the obligations of marriage except the husband's lips over John Begg for years. Suddenly this grand
When the Negro businessmen held the rein of leadership duty to support his wife and children. The other is a separation old name on the tip of everybody's tongue.Take a
t their emphasis was on economic development and the Negro by the court, a separation bed and board" with the peg o'Begg. It's a wee bit better than the best,"say
community received the retroactive benefits of the flow of determination of the amount to be paid by the husband for the the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg,whose
money brought into the Negro community by wage earners support of the wife. taste is aentle. and whose price is light

working outside the Negro community creating not only more In Florida the grounds that sustain an absolute divorce are; INS UHDtl KITH'"'1111-.,...,. MniTUIT 1UUS M... .q,M.|
Jobs within the Negro community but greater opportunities for
Husband and wife related within prohibited degree;Impotency;
the more "creative" to open more and more business establishments -
Adultery; Cruelty; Violent Temper; Habitual drunkeness; De-
thus contributing more and more to total development sertion; Divorce obtained by spouse in another state or county

1, of their community. Either party having a living h u s band or wife at time of mar-
There were no vacant storerooms in the Negro business

areas and there was a steady building buildings to house the riage.Next week we will briefly discuss each of the above stated
ever increasing Negro-owned and operated commercial establishments grounds.
FIRST MIAMI RUN


8. This "Economic development" of the Negro community Phil Ossohr DRIVE-IN THEATRE

ceased and the reverse trend set in when the Dubois-Orient-
One of favorite Jesus accused them -
my subjectsis yet saying
ed "talented-tenth" with the support and cooperation of the
to infiltrate and late dominatethe symbolism. My dictionary "Woe unto you, scribes
,
structure began
governmental defines it In this way; "The investing and Pharisees,hypocrites! for fJ'i ITS THE
leadership in the Negro community with their unrealistic
of things, as certain ye make clean the outside of ,
"economic
of "social equality" teplacing develop
ideology practices in ritual, with a the cup and the platter but with-
ment." symbolic meaning; the regarding in they are full of extortionand a BIG DIE
The seeds of the "Philosphical trees" planted by NAACP of outward things as excess."
founder Dr. W. E. B. Dubois,bore"bitter fruit" and poisonedthe
having an innver and
creative,economic potential of the Negro community vital- .meaning." symbolic He spole not of their inner k! ( WITH

ly necessary not only to progress but survival in a free-enter- An example is noted in our physical bodies, but, of their f
I prise capitalistic society. It is this suppressed-denied"crea- souls which were contaminated -
way of describing heaven as
I tive potential" having constructive outlet which under pres- being "up" and hell as being by their evil practices, although t THE BIG I
sure for so long, Is erupting and will continue to erupt even as "down." This is symbolic,and outwardly in their
a steam boiler with faulty safety valve. prayer and religious rituals
not literally true. The first
Dubois oriented "talented tenth Negro leadership to be and
9. The Russian cosmonauts, return- they appeared pure TWO !
educated in a vacuum of parasitic" academic and professional from holy. 'h ,
ing space, laughingly
to the near total destruction of vocational-business &.
training '
stated that they find God Therein lies the dangers of
education has continued and increasingly shoveled the coal of up there. Well, if they had dug symbolism, for it Is proven HGWARD ImWK5 I
the fires beneath the "Negro communityboiler"
social equality" on to the center of the earth,they that the act of attending religious caeNr
while both by design and by economic ,ignorance, tied
wouldn't find the devil
either. services, even the ritualof
"creative economic potential develop- WMffimmmm
valve of
the
down safety
When we look up to heavenin baptism, is meaningless unless .
the heat and which needs
creating pressure
ment
directly prayer, it is a symbolism, the true desire to know
only the slightest Jar to explode. because heaven is not a physical God and to obey his laws are v; '

place somewhere up in the deeply etched in the spiritual I
sky. No matter which way you heart.

face, you will face God, pro-
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spiritual one), Is sincere.
Attractive Girls 21-35to be trained forcreditwig My Interest in symbolism MIAMI TEESADS

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which
when under-
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I. Last minute preparations leave the driving to us" are: I EIGHTS .
are now being made by those Mesdames Floris Ingraham, ::,
who plan to make theLos-An- Leatha Williams, Doris Smith, '
Some of the nation's most highly educated women are meeting lUIIIIIIIIIIHHIIIIIIMIIIIIIII ; ,,,
Francisco
geles-San tour. Inez Foster, Lillie Willis, --
in Miami Beach. It's the national convention of the American Among those who are smiles Marguerite V. Miller, Geneva By Gwendolyn Laverne Ross
Association
of
University Women. over plans take the bus and Helen Stewart Lenora
Among the 1200 registered delegates 3,837 are voting dele Henry, A petite addition to the local summer scene Is Sylvia Lan-
Smith and Miss Victoria!
gates representing- branches.Dr. ceda Howard. A resident of Palatka, she Is vacationing at the
Blanche H. Dow of Liberty, Mo. is president.Mrs. Simpson don't, just to name to a few. home of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Dallas (Cora). Lanceda, who
Nicholas Hodson of the Miami Branch Is general chair Why you plan join is the daughter of Mrs. Ollie Howard, will be a sophomore at
man assisted by 32 committees which have enlisted the helpof them? Bethune-Cookman College in Daytona, this fall.
most of the 475 branch members. Call the president, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. William Wright (Arlene) are the winners of
Some of the out of town members I talked with were; Marguerite Millerat6358885. this month's lawn contest. The picturesque lawn, located at
Constance Nabwire, Uganda,Aauw Fellow, Eddie Mae Redding F Deadline June 30. Onlya 14500 Polk Street, can be identified by a white marker. The
Delilah W. Price and Violet Darius,Washington, D. C., MableDarden few spaces left.Act now.You contest Is sponsored each month by the Richmond Heights
Nutley, N. J.; Amaletha A. Moore, Hampton Institute; may also contact any memberof Garden Club.
Nannie Lee McCormic and Estelle Clemons, Atlanta; the Musolite organization. Calling all boys between the ages of six and twelve! Make
Gloria Andessa Coleman and Patrict Hamlet Wisdom were II I Plenty of fun awaits you. your summer a memorable one by joining the Boys Club being
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married Saturday in St. Paul A.M.E.Church. The bride, daugh organized by Miss Bessie Jones. As a member, you'll visit I
ter of Mr.Jessie Coleman and Mrs.Jimmie Lee Coleman. The local attractions, take nature hikes, and study woodcraft.Sign
bridegroom, son of Mrs. Lottie Wisdon, Kingston, Jamaica. 1 THE GARDENIA CIRCLE up by phoning 235-6026 or by seeing Miss Jones, at 11510 S.W. 4 I
The couple will live In Miami. CLUB MEETS 142nd Street.
Dan Francis journeyed to Jacksonville to attend the funeral[ R: The Gardenia Circle Club The going-a way party given by relatives for Carlton Rogerson
of his mother, Mrs. Minnie Bell Francis.Mr. met at the home of Mrs. Cora Sunday afternoon, June 18, climaxed his seven-day stay In
Stamford Jackson of Kingston is the house guest of Ross, North Miami Beach. The Miami. A native of Nassau, Mr. Rogers had been visiting his
Harry and Gloria Brewer. Mr. Jackson came to Miami to attend meeting was called to order sister and her family, Mrs. Samuel WllliamsAnnie), at their
the Coleman Wisdon nuptials. by the vice-president, Mrs. home on Jefferson Street.
Mrs. Clyde (Pauline)Willis and son,Clyde,Jr.,are In Tal Corine Huston. At this time Mrs. Linda Martino and her granddaughter Cynthia Thompson -
lahassee for the sum m e r. Pauline is Librarian at FAMU's Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Lee final plans were made for the traded South Carolina's m o u n t a I n s for the Florida low-
summer session. Jackson announce the engage- Summer Picnic to be held the lands, when they came South for a six-week visit at the home
James H. Hall of Sgt. Mullins Unit No. 39, disabled vet- ment of their daughter Vivianto fourth Sunday InAugust,at Virginia of the Eddie Martins(Verna).Cynthia is a resident of Colum-
erans (Day) has been elected State Union Commander, at Mr. Mack Edward Lamb, Key Beach, in honor of bia, while her grandmother lives In Holly Hill.
the convention last week, at Ft. Lauderdale. Congratulations. which will take place June 25. the summer birthdays.At Recent arrival at the home of Sargeant First Class and
Georgiana Johnson Is studying,at the University of Florida Mrs. Curtis Zeigler is Curtis Jr.Born May 20, at HomesteadAir
Int Gainesville Force BASE Hospital he weighed In at 6 14
LOVE & CHARITY TO this time the club wish to Ibs. 1/2 oz.
Allene Jones Taylor, retiree I have received fruitful years Sunday night services that concluded the second annual
extend their thanks to all the
of service to the children of Dade County. Among them are; HOST GRAND club boards friends and other Women's Day observance at Second Baptist Church deviated
,
Sigma Gamma Rho's party on Saturday,June 17,at Roosevelt's CONCLAVEA. organizations who made our from the usual format when the church honored local women's
,
community room, and the R e u I Estate Board and Auxiliary clubs for their service to the community. Members of each
Annual Spring Tea a success.
party at the home of Mr.and Mrs. Randolph Fuller of Browns- J. BaisdenDGWS General organization watched as their presidents were pinned with cor-
ville. Grand Accepted Order of Love On Father's Day, the club sages and awarded plaques. At the ceremony's end, the pre-
Andria Harrison, daughter of Sam and Alice Harrison Jetted and Charity holding their 68th 1 worshiped atMt.Hermon AME sidents clasped each other's hands in fellowship and sang, "We
to Lawrence, Kansas to answer the roll call at the Spanish GrandLodgejune 26-29 in Miami ,Church, Opa-locka. The last are Climbing Jacob's Ladder."Clubs honored were:Richmond
Division of Mid-Western Music and art at the with all the host Tabernacles Heights Women's
camp Universityof meeting for the summer Is to Club-community service; National Council
Kansas.In at Love andCharity be I held at the home of Mrs. of Negro Women (South Dade)educational and cultural efforts;
New York to be a t the bedside of her sister, Gladys Hall, 11th Street and 3rdAvenue. Edna G. Smith. Order of the Eastern Star (Bethune chapter) charitable work;
Sampson, the Cleveland Sampson planed to New York, Sunday South Dade Democratic Women's Club-united political action;
Sam Tew and daughter Aga motored to Pinville, S. C. to Opening will convene at Mrs. Edna G. Smith,is president Richmond Heights Garden Club-beautlfication. The programwas
attend the funeral of his mother on Saturday. Temple Baptist Church with a and Mrs. Helen K, coordinated by Mrs. Alma Kenner. Mrs OssieHollis was
Congratulations to Mr. an d Mrs. Livingston (Margaret) spicy program Monday June Ward, is the reporter. general chairman. Reverend John A. Ferguson Is the pastor.
Adderly who will celebrate their 49th wedding anniversary on 26th, at 8:00: p.m asking all
Monday June 26. members of the various Tab-
Clarice, and Bill Littles celebrated their 23rd wedding an- ernacles and friends to attend. Iota Phi Lambda Sorority Climaxes f

niversary on June 20. Tuesday morning at 9:00 a.m.
An afternoon sip, snack and chat at the home of Miss the district Grand Worthy Superior Founders Day Observancenoble
Jackie Robinson, 1255 N. W. 90th Street, Sunday, at 5:00 p.m. will open the sessions
The Oswald (Dokis) Smiths have as their guests a niece and for business at 11:00; a.m.,eny' \ Sorors of Gamma Alpha I i deeds of our founders meeds. After the ceremonies (
two nephews, Antonia, Gerald and Sydney Williams of Coco anda tertainment will be carried out Chapter joined sister chapters !and those who have given lead so r 0 r s were entertained by
friend, Marcia Swanston of New York City. by the youth, our D.G.W.S, are throughout the United States i ership through the past years, Soror Armbrlster with a
Mrs. William C. (Joyce Davis) Oates Is visiting her par- hoping this session,will be one and abroad in participating in I by translating their high ideals Cocktail Party.
ents Dr. and Mrs. I. P. Davis. of the most successful In the activities In observance of and aims into a new dynamic One June 24, Mrs Mertis
Houseguest of Andren and Lillian Carey is their daughter history of the organization and Founder's Day.Founder's It]program of techniques to meet McCants will host the June
Alice of with abundant success In all i today's rapidly All askedto
Thompson Chicago. Day is designed changing meeting. sorors are
Here from Key West are: Irene Hannival, her daughter, our endeavors. to pay homage to the Founderand attend this meeting which
Gevena Wilson and Mercedes Wildgoose. They are guests of the six charter women who WashingtonJohnson will be a business-social'

Loraine Albury. gave birth to Iota Phla Lambda meeting.
St. Cecelia's Chapter ofthe daughters of the King will honor Sorority 38 years ago. Duringthe
Mrs. Anna Johnson, Mrs. Della B. Carey and Mrs. Nettle Key month of June activitiesare

WITH A TEA ON Sunday, June 25, )700 N. W. 85th Street, at 4 centered around appraisalof Troth -\

p.m.Henry achievements made, to -,---'" ----.-- II
and Jeanette Goa, left for Jacksonville to visit her assess failures noted and to
parents while he attends FAMU. gain new Inspiration for con-
Mrs. Emily Delancey was the winner of popularity con- tinued growth and developmentof
test sponsored by St. Margaret's Guild over Mrs. Rosa White. the sorority.An v
Mrs. L. A. Jell e rs, diocesan chairman department of impressive candelight 1
Christian Social Relations will be the speaker at the Episco- service was held at the homeof
pal Church of the Incarnation's ECW meeting, Sunday, June Mrs. Vashti Coleman Arm-
25, at 5.00: p.m. The public Is invited. brister where sorors rededicated -

their services talents
It's a second honeymoon and Expo 67 for Lucille and T Sgt. ,
..... and fortitude of spirits to the
Thomas Glass as they tour the North East and Canada.
Congratulations to Jacqueline Carson, daughter of Mrs. Miss Veronica Washingtonthe ideals of the sorority. Each
Frances Carson for winning full academic scholarship to the < grand daughter of Mrs. soror was greatly enriched as
University of Pennsylvania. Jackie leaves for Pennsylvania, Eunice Martin jetted to Detroit they fellowshlped together and
pledged to strive to glorify the .,, _
September firstAttending for herinternship Grand -- :; _:-M _'
Boulevard General Hospital.She Myrna Faye Copeland
the meeting of the Medical Library Associationat i is a Senior at Tuskeggee JOLLY FRIENDSThe daughter of Mr. James A.
the Americana Hotel on Miami Beach are: Beulah E. Cooper, ;Institute, where she is study- Wood, who resides at 1761 N.
chief Library Service VA Hospital, Tuskegee, Ala.; Robert ;Ing to be a dietician. Jolly Friends Social and ijThe W. 64th Street celebrated her
McLemore, Medical Librarian, Howard University Medical Civic club wish to thank the fourteenth birthday, June 12th
College, Washington, D. C.; Mrs.CarolynTaylor, Medical Li- ATTENTION! many friends who attended engagement of Miss with a birthday party at cen-
brarian, St. Louis University,St. Louis, Mo.; Mrs.Ebbie Dor- All Beauty Shop owners are their "Sip" at the home of Mr. Audrey Washington to Dr.J.A. tervilla Kindergarten.She .
sey, Medical Librarian, Ft. Campbell, Ky. asked to attend the shop own- and Mrs. Madrid Sunday Johnson has been announcedby is very active in church,
Home to visit and convalesce after a recent illness is attor- ers guild meeting on Sunday, June 11th. Especially dothey her grandmother, Mrs. school and community activities -
ney Leo V. Blatch. Leo plans to visit Nassau before resuming June 25th, at 3:00 p.m. this wish to thank Mrs. Dorothy Robert Washington of Phila a member of St. James
duties with the department of Labor in Washington, D. C. meeting is very important Love for her splendid book review delphia. Dr. Johnson is the son A.M.E. Church, where she
please be present and on timeat on tha afternoon. of Mrs. Daniel E. Johnson of serves as president of Junior
Agnes Martin Miles of Key West spent the weekend in Mi- Sunlight Beauty School,1113 Mrs. Mae Woods, is presi- Miami, and the late Mr.John- Ushers, and assistant secre-
ami to visit friends and attend the funeral of Pat. N. W. 3rd Avenue. dent. son. An August wedding Is tary of the Sunday School, a
Ruth North Polite and Edna DeVeaux are delegates to the planned.The member of the John Griffin
AAUW meeting in Miami Beach. THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: In a productive quest for prospective bride Is a Post Junior American Legion.
Mr. and Mrs.Charles Hlggs vacationed In Washington, D.C. self we need to: Be realistic about our strengths, weaknesses, graduate of Temple Univer- Myrna attended Edison Junior -
and Philadelphia. abilities and disabilities; forgive ourselves for those ways in sity and is currently a Research High S c h o o 1. She repre-
Nick Scavellio of New York City Is the houseguest of Mr. which we have disappointed ourselves; realize that there is no MedlcalTechnologlstln sented her school the Miami
and Mrs. Raymond Heastie, Nick spent a few days In Nassau point at which we"graduate" Into full selfhood;blend a balance the school of medicine of that Herald's Spelling Bee, and was
also.Paula between giving and taking in our human relationships; find a institution.Dr. initated Into the National Jun-
(Williams) Barry jetted In from Washington, D. C. balance between work and play; act upon convictions honestly Johnson Is currently ior honor society, was selected -
to keep mammee's (Mrs. Mamie Tarlton) company while mom arrived at; maintain sensitivity in the face of mechanistic and pursuing a fellowship in Der- to participate in the Buds of
(Maymie) (the go-go-girl) Is off to New Orleans and San Fran- callous trends; exert leadership when we are capable and follow motology at the school of Post- Spring presentation, sponsored -
cisco. when appropriate. Express creativity even in the face of un- graduate Medicine of New by Sigma Gamma Rho Sor-
Here from Darlington,S.C. Is Hazel Mance,the houseguest popularity and rejection; bejthe continuous learner; value the York University.He was grad- ority.
of her cousin, Allene'V. Taylor. dignity of others; recognize and live with the need for expres- uated from Dillard University, Her hobbies are: Reading,
The James Harper Halls (Placile Wells)are honeymooning sion feelings; give to the young love that Is both protectiveand Indiana University and typing and viewing televisionprograms.
Asheville, N. C. releasing. (Alice V. Keliher) Meharry Medical College. .


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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, June 23, 1967 7


Miss Bahamas Sets Off To Win The WorldNassau / I


Bahamas-Eliza- >. .' ,:.., e,
4 aM: ;f' "dMGcl .
bath Knowles, the flashing. :
,1'i
eyed "Miss Bahamas 1967,"
;
has set off to conquer an ad ,
miring world.Following.
her April 15

b coronation, a glittering one
year reign of excitement com.
;
menced for the 18-year'' old

BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING beauty queen. It will encom

LINE-0-TYPE pass many memorable events,
but the gems will be her par ,
THE LITTLE RED BOCK:Richard Smith's fraulein Dorothy ticipation in the Miss Universe f r
E Ek
Silas-Smith departed our shores last Saturday for Germany to contest, visits to faraway 1'

visit; ner daughter Wilfred (Boston) .:;;.,_....,, places, a shower of valuable
Devoe down from Harlem to his daughter ,' gifts and an abundance of publicity
Claretha's BTW graduation and an overseas in magazines and news-

flight to the Bahamas. Former showgirl .. papers throughout the United
Stacy Lovett a barmaid at Victory Bar?? ? \. .' States and tteUnit Kingdom
WMBM's dapper soul platter artist Theron """ A brown-haired, darkeyedstaff ((4,
(Gino-the-Great) Hudson making his weekly t"f assistant In the Bahamas
purchase of fine toggery at King-the-Tailor Ministry of Tourism, Eliza

haberdashery mart in Edison Center., .Leo beth has already set about adJusting M .
Armbrister Jr (his dad's Times sports columnist \ '..-' I'e' /: ,!' to her new role as the -.J. y a F H J 1 V'

) left the teenager's rank Monday ,.-' representation of Bahamian

(June 19 when he saw his 20thbirthday. Marguerite Ward- beauty. A person who believes
Davis' daughter Jennie, a St AugustlneRaleighN.C.College that she will be more admiredfor 1.
grad, in town to land a teaching post. "Just being herself
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Burglars broke into and ransacked Elizabeth thinks "Miss Baha
the Dewey (Clara) Klnlghts home while the pair was picnickingwith mas" should be "down to
the Al (Carmen) Jacksons, who were celebrating their earth."
twin darlings birthday. The Anthony Simons Sr's son Garyat To be named the fairest of
home resting with his squaw Stella and two-year-old papose the Bahamas "is an experience
Audrey before returning to his army base to complete a 20- I wish everyone could --.
year career. Sgt Simons has 12 more years to go to completehis share," said the cheerfult '
tenure. Shifting in 2nd gear: Carl Williams, Lula Bell ES + P.
{
Smith and Quentin L. North from BTW to Jackson senior high

.Henry Young,Carlton Jerkins Jr from BTW to Miami Central
high. ..Henry McKInney to be in charge of the Math Lab
oratory at Miami Jackson Barbara Jean McKInney and '
, Vernald Burroughs from A.L. Lewis elementary to West Little -t V H
4 River Elementary. 4
SALT WATER TAFFY: Biggest booster of the recently- --_.. _--- -- w t
opened Blue Marlin Inn hostelry on Nassau's West Bay St Is beauty who exhibits champion to be looked up to she explained. Bahamas" to its fullest.At .
North's Travel Bureau, local ticket agency. Affable CharlesC. ship dimensions of 35-24-36. first reluctant to permit
North of the agency urges regular Nassau visitors to see Having already fulfilled Thrilled at the chance to their daughter to enter the
him personally about the many features to be enjoyed at the mumber of social engagementsin take part in the Miss Universe Miss Bahamas Beauty |pageant -
Blue Marlin, and to be advised about the one and two-bed room + Nassau, her sunny island contest, "Miss Bahamas" ,Mr and Mrs. Eldrige
air-conditioned apartments at unbelievable low-cost rates... wr.tn. capital homeland, and in hopes to gain"tremendous ex Knowles are now the "proudest -
Organist Freddie Green will furnish the music for that Bis- Freeport, "Miss Bahamas" perience" when she befriendsand parents In the whole
cayne Bay moonlight cruise when the Satellite bar and lounge later will travel to New York competes against girls world."Elizabeth said her father
sponsors its outing Sunday, July 2. Bill Harris and his bar- City and Montreal where she from 60 countries during the was more thrilled than

maids are peddling ducats for$2.50 and it'llbe an 8:00 odock ______ will attend the great Canadian July 7-17 pageant week In Miami she was on the nightt 0 f April
;sharp takeoff from pier 5 Herbert Rolle is in Nassau to Joe Thomas, son of Mr.and exposition, Expo 67. These Beach. 15.
pick up his wife Mildred and grandarlings for a return flight Mrs. Anderson A r 11 n e was are a part of her prize-laden The five-foot, seven inch, Mr. and Mrs. Knowles are
home.THE chosen best actor for the,,treasure chest. 123-pound Bahamian beauty giving the strongest encour-
WEEK'S WASH: Hotels and bars owners the King Bro- school 1966-67 for his "Miss Bahamas" regards realizes that the stiff competition agement to their daughter to
thers angling for another pub in West Hollywood? ? ? Hayward year in Miami-North- herself as her country's am.. at Miami Beach requiresnear be "the most outstanding
Hadley, grand old father of the 10 Hadley grownups ((4 boys, 6 participation westerns School Drama Festi- bassador of goodwill" since perfection for all contes- "Miss Bahamas" to date."
girls) enjoyed a family reunion here as breakfast guest of his val. His role which won him she will have to present a picture tants; therefore, she's hopingat She had to be pushed to en-
daughter Arie Gary and dinner guest with another Marian trophy was that of a man by the attractive enough to sell : contest time to have a figure ter the Miss Bahamas contest,
Henry. The Avon Billington Fund should prove a successful name of Robert Templin who these Islands. In other even trimmer than her title- and now the Bahamas hopes
venture after its coffers are inflated with proceeds derived the leading male character words, as she explained, she winning form.Elizabeth that she will coast to the fin
from the Fashions and Te outing sponsored Jointly by the was in a one act play entitled "will try to get the true Impression a graduate of als and victory i in the Miss
Culmer Neighborhood Center and the Hostess Club of Miami. "Balcony Scene," directed by across, that almost Nassau's Aquinas College,has Universe Pageant.
The Fund is geared, devised and purported to purchase a Barbara Day.Among everything is bright and beau strong intentions to pursue EilijaaiftViiMiH
much-needed machine to arrest a kidney disease that floored his other achieve tiful in the Bahamas." higher education and follow up
young Billington. Make it a date for Sunday June 25) at Browns The life of a Miss Bahamashas with interior decorating become Gef
ments he is the newly elect
ville Community Center from 4 to 6. its inconveniences. How an executive secretary.But .
MIAMI MUSINGS Reviewer Bob Swift laments that Nina ed Vice-president of Thespian of been "
: ever, Elizabeth is cognizant these ambitions have '' A DOUBLE ACTION
Simone's latest for RCA-Victor a bluesy and throaty "I wanta Troupe 1880, at Northwestern this and is determined to meet shelved for a year, since she LS6MYWIgIIUtK2DR
Little Sugar in My Bowl makes her comparable to the Im- Senior High for the school year "
them "with a broad mind. plans to play the role Miss ESH iIIInME
mortal Bessie Smith or Ma Ralney. The d I s c,we'll have to 1967-68. He has participatedin "I know there will be times .-
hear. But, at least Swift laments that Nina's the best blues various programs aroundthe when I'll not feel up to it, but -
chirper SINCE Bessie Smith. PrestonThe Ghost) Marshall community which includes since it's my honored privi-
angling in and out of Mary Elizabeth Zebra Lounge. Drummer his performance of the"Crea lege to be "Miss Bahamas"

man Freddie Rutledge writes in from St Louis, Mo., where tion" along to with Elizabeth Front Park Anderson ril take it with a smile," she NEW KITCHENS FOR OLDIF
Bay
American Shows.
he's appearing with the Leon Claxton Royal said.
Other Miamians in the Claxton cast that's headed for Daven- Bandshell on a program spon- "Some persons of humble
port, Iowa, Canada, Oklahoma and points west are James Scott sored by Mrs. Athalie Range, beginnings have a tendency to
and Charles Flowers. Look for a torrid whist tournamentto our City Commissioner and become snobbish once they YOUR KITCHEN IS OLD-FASHIONED. .

hit the Opa-locka scene when the Men of Transfigurationsponsor programs his participation sponsored on by various Inter gain public recognition she m MODERNIZE WITH CUSTOM KITCHENS
a prize-winning contest. said. This attitude is wrong.
national Free and Accepted
SWEETS TREATS: Coconut Grove Neighborhood Center Modern Masons. One dosen't have to be "up"
diector Harcourt L Clark proved his sincere recognition of BUDGET PRICES FOR
the happiness accorded 100 unfortunate and povertypleguedkiddies
by Miami philanthropist King-the-Tallor, when he ac- ''
knowleged King's effort by a healthy 'thank you' letter of ap- EVERY HOMEOWNER
preciation. The gift was indeed 'King-size' and rated Clark's Chdinpich
hallelujahs Florida State Medical,Dental and Pharmaceutical
Association attended their annual conclave convening in SPECIAL FEATURESNEW
RADIO & TV REPAIR
Kingston, Jamaica June 18-22. Miami's contingent of mem-
bers, wives and sweethearts In attendance numbered around CABINETS/CUSTOM FIT
Diners at Toby's Dr and Mrs C. H.
30 Father's Day :
Smith, the Theophilus Allgood's (he's Dorsey Highprin.)and 1488 N.W. 62nd St. NEW FLOORING

son, the Robert (Roslyn) Clarks and d a u g h t e r- debutante DESIGN IDEAS/STORAGE AREAS
Kirnes niece and daughters April and Loleta,
Sharon, Barbara ,
and family the Samuel B. 6963225Ben APPLIANCES AT COST
the Jefferson (Jennie) Reaves ,

Grants. Jordan Jr., Prop. NEW LIGHTING/COLORFUL KITCHENS

CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Since the phaseout of BTWasa EXPERT INSTALLATION

senior high, Northwestern's Turkey Day football opponents
will be the Generals of Jackson senior High in Allapattah NEED A JOB? START WORK TODAY! BONDEDINSUREDLICENSEDFREE
Did diabetic Merlene Thomas have her leg amputated at Jack- ESTIMATES
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Tuesday. Playboy Nathaniel Reaves on the move for what- COOKS BUSBOYS BANK FINANCING AVAILABLE

ever comes naturally. Aaron Straughter, rental agent, at DISHWASHERS PORTERS
His Sattellte. Robert E.Lee Junior high 9th grader Cherry GAS STATION' DRIVERS
Smith to serve as Student Council prexy for '67-68 Atty HOTEL & HOME MAIDS LIVE IN MAID SA1 C U Sit 0 m 766 Arthur G Beach, Flo.
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home from Washington, D. C. for 15 days visiting ( '
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parents. Buxom Verdell Martin, Orchard Villa elementary Employment ServiceOver K'I to'hen's; ; ___ 534-6888
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20 Years Service In Miami
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 23, 1967 9

OUTSTANDING HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE .

Round About Mildred Albertine DeVeaux, Lafayette, La.AlbertiDe.

:I jI, the daughter of the late James is the grand-
Albert DeVeaux and Mrs. daughter of Mrs. Louise De-

i' TalkBY "" \ Hazel D. Henry, received her Veaux, niece of Mrs. MildredD.

\ high school diploma on May 28, Johnson.The family attended -

i'I JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL from Holy Rosary Institute in the graduation exercisesand

had a very enjoyable trip.
I A 11 I NORFOLK, VIRGINIA, SWING CITY-Thursday morning, JAZZ CONCERTAT While in school, Albertine
call from Mrs. Wilcox of 415 Mon-
received
June 15, I a phone
BONDU
t! BY DAVE THE RANCHER was a member of the band,
I roe Street, Brooklyn,asking me to take trip South to Norfolk, yearbood and newspaper staff,
...
---- --- with her and which included most noted so-
Va., company, WMBM's all night dee )Jay, 'drama Club andGammaPhiBeta
' Did you ever sit on a quiet Sunday afternoon in your front cialite, Mrs. Amanda Ben)Jamb of 17 East 124th St., NYC (for- Alan Rock is presenting his a club,in the boarding
or back yard or near a window in your house, and listen to merly of Florence, South Carolina).We left NY Friday, at 3:00 monthly Jazz Concert at the ,
She elected
the sounds of the city? I was sitting in the den(used to be the P.M. I drove Yvonne's Blue Rambler station wagon due to ex- Rancher Lounge, Biscayne department. was
of her senior class and
garage, and I still call It that) Just listening to the traffic of tra passengers (Yvonne is my daughter). We took Verrayone Blvd. and 126th Street.Rock's poet other in

12th Avenue; the children laughing and playing in the yards Bridge across Staten Island, New Jersey, turnpike Route 95. lineup for his Sunday show features the many school poems appeared She

around; drifts of conversation being tossed about from people After Jersey, Delaware, Washington, D.C.thru Richmond, we Ira Sullivan, Charles veived newspaper.honors while re-at
visiting in the neighborhood, and Just the sound of human and arrived in Norfolk, a pretty city. We were guests in the homeof Austin, Donn Mast Buddy many
1st in
vehicular activity. I had the same feeling that I had experienced Mrs. Rosa Soust 245 N i c h 0 1 son Street,wonderful hospitality Delco, and Eric Knight Plus the Rosary state, they and are district: place
once in the Mountains of Virginia,where you are surrounded We the and compe-
explored city Saturday Sunday.Sunday night the most exciting)Jazz vocalistin tition for an Art exhibit, 1st
by all of this majesty of hills and valleys, beautiful colorful was very exciting because of the big "Rock'N' Roll Show" at the country today, Barbara place in the LIALO competitive
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grass, trees and flowers spread out in front of you like God had Memorial Hall, featuring "Joe Tex and "Sam and Dave" and Russell along with the Vince field of World History anda

taken a paint brush and splashed It here and there. You feel Bobby (Blue) Bland. Each featured his own "Big Band Wecouldn't Lawrence Trio. Rock has two band award for outstanding,
small and insignificant and a small part of a huge family of stay for the second show because our time had run shows lined up for you this
service special honors from
people sharing a big beautiful world. If more people in this out and we had to head for New York. Thanking Mrs. Soust for Sunday, 4 p.m. and 6:15 p.m. ,
the Senator of La., and a Na-
world of ours would take a minute to appreciate the beauty In her kindness, we left Norfolk via the Chesapeake Bay Bridge as usual Rock will be giving tional Honors Quill and Scroll

the sunshine, rain, flowers, ocean,grass,trees and other giftsof Tunnel Route 13, arriving in NYC Monday, at 5:00 a.m., June away some new Jazz albumsas

nature to all peoples of the world, it might bring a closer 19, thus ending a most gracious trip. door prizes. Admission is pin.She resides at 242 N. W. 12
world. .
in the seems
nations and -
relationship between peace r weras- ""'!II
$2.00 but if are a WMBM
you street with her grandmotherand
that with all of the space, land, ocean and wonders, we could Jazz Club member you can get plans to attend Miami-
share it peacefully instead of fighting over piece of land or a
in for $1.00 there will be a Dade Jr. College in the fall.
canal that could be shared by all. Next time you have a few
special section for those of you She will study in the field of
moments of solitude, listen to the sounds of your city and your who do not drink. English.

world.


PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Lanita Gaiter (Miami Urban visit. Willie Whitlock, Brooklyn Hospital male nurse, still
League) carrying the torch for Gwendolyn Johnson of 1445 N. W. 1st

.f Ave. Harry Hall(still a blockbuster) at th Lenox Lounge,

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Lavern Fletcher(Drive-in- a. playing it cook.
Teller at Lincoln Bank) TEEN TALK AND MUSIC SURVEY-Dlonne Warwick's

"Alfie" still number one Aretha Franklin's "Respect,"

VIP OF THE WEEK: Charles S. Meyers (Meyer's Office dedicated to Charles North (Travel Agent King) ThanksJ
Machines) for the note. James Brown(announced his retirement
months ago) back at 125th Street breaking his own record with
You have seen the airline commercials when everyone is
"Raw Soul" music at the Apollo.. Four Tops' "Seven Roomsof
sitting around the pool deck,and Jim Dooley is making the pleato .........." '':' Gloom" dedicated to lovely Sandra HollandAltheria Ingra-
"come down" to Miami? Well they run this ad throughout -
on ,
Miami. OUR MAIN GIRLS OF THE WEEK-Teen-deb Talaya (Sis- ham's 111' girl) of Air Force at C a s well, Texas. TheSupreme's'
the folks to visit
the nation TV Inviting good
on sy) Thomas and Model Pearline Shelton put the spotlight on The Happe n Ing s,"dedicated to Genesta Mcphee
had call last week from a fellow in New York who
I a phone "well Trenton, New Jersey (that's where they hail from). They were Sweeting. Joe McPhee, 645 Westchester Ave, Bronx, dedi-
invited too. He sez
wanted to know if "we all" were ,
quite an attraction at the International Theater during the cated Lou Raul's "Dead-end Street" to lovely Phyllis Alburyof
ain't none of yall been on the picture,so I was getting the idea
"Sam and Dave Joe Tex" show. 1439 G r a v e s Drive, Richmond Heights,and Aretha Frank-
that didn't mean 'us' '.l asked him how could he tell none
they FLORIDIANS AROUND NEW YORK-Deland's gifts to New lin's "I've Never Loved a Man" to Patricia Davis. Sam
of there with all those sun tans spreaded around,
us were on York City, James Washington and his two lovely sisters, San- and Dave's "When Something Is Wrong With My Baby" dedi-
there won't be
color
want toseesome'real' so '
and he sez, "I dra (free and single) and Lizzy Butler (married) partying at cated to Jacquelyn Croumel (that SDA songbird) and Dennis
had
and I really
doubts about it. This is true never
any the Boston Ballroom Saturday night. .Charles(Rat) Johnson Ross, "The Fox and the wolf Lute Carolyn Landy, 1315N.
it is
about it. With our city as fine and hospitable as ,
thought know still enjoying a "big success" in the bar-be-que business . W. 56th Terrace (daughter of Mrs. Susie M. Landy) and
these ads. Let the world
shouldshowalittle'color'
we on Buster Tolllver 'sold his candy store newspaper business to the Fantastic Four's"The whole World is a Stage," and every-
relations have in our fair city. Take a few
what good racial we open a fish'and chip Joint. The Clennon Lattimores, newly body's playing a part This is Scoop Bethel saying time and
of the Jewish,Cuban,Negro,Caucausian, Bahamian,Hungarianand weds(she's the former'Annie Ruth Lewis)expecting a stork's tide wait for no man C-U-NX-WK.
other nationalities that are represented in Miami, and .
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make one great big splash inviting people of all faiths and nationalities -

to "come on down" and see how we live together, IN ANDAROUND

harmoniously. Anything that happens that Is the least bit dero- OFF
TOP YOURSELF
gatory, no matter how small, is given national publicity and is THEBAHAMAS

blown up out of proportion, but no one ever gives credit whereit .

is due ... and I think we are due a lot.

The Little GeneralCommissioner -

Athalie Range)was out in The body of a 12yearoldgirl fJWlTHAN'WIG
the battlefield all alone trying to was found in a four-room e

to have a gun law passed.She let wooden house off Wulff Roadon

the enemy have "both barrels"and June 3 by a relative. The

they tried to shoot her down. girl, who was a student at Eas-

She might be the Little General, girl, who was a student at FALL WIGLETWEAR.

but. she was mighty enough to Eastern Secondary School,

bring other forces to her side of was believed to have been rap ENJOY YOUR GLAMOURNOW!

the camp, and her army is beginning t Y. ed. The full murder squad of

to grow.There was ano- { the Criminal Investigation Department AND BEST OF ALL .

ther meeting last Monday, and Is searching for the YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE
much headway was made. The killer At this writing no report '
"kinks" are being ironed out, has been made from the Even if you've never had credit before

and progress is being made in autopsy.The .
getting this law for the crotec- eti IROM; ixalic:

tion of you, and your communiATHALIE RANGEty. new Saint Margaret's
In order for us to be able to Church was dedicated recentlyby

show that you are behind us In this matter, I am asking each the Rt.Rev. Bernard Mark- $ wing

of my readers to send a postcard or letter to me at The Miami ham, Bishop of Nassau and the

Times, 6530 NW 15th Avenue, stating your feelings on this Bahamas. Among the guests THERE'S EVERYTHING AT
matter. This would let the officials know that Mrs. Range is were the Premier, the Hon. L.

representing the people of the city and not Just doing this on 0. Pindllng, and some members E-YO G
her own. Ask your friends to drop a card too. We have a representative of the Cabinet. Canon *
DO IT NOW! Call Miss Ernestine today
-
back her all the is
in city affairs, let's way. Collingwood Cooper priest STYLING *
in-charge for an appointment discover,

''QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Clyde Killen (The Glass) is just how completely you can changeover

:working hard to make his night in Nassau the success that it A crowd estimated at 10,000 the Exotic way to a new youl! SET'TIN G *

always is. He promises that August 27th will be ? night you attended the Labor Day Rallyon

twill long remember. The Dave Akins Trio has left Cleve- June 2, at Windsor Park. e CLEANING *
land and is headed for one week in Milwaukee. They open July The guest speaker was the

23 at Lake Tahoe, Nevada. .Jimmy Jones was surprised on Hon. L. 0. Pindllng, Premierof
his birthday last Monday night with a party. "Cookie" reallydid the Bahamas. The first Labor CALL

it up for him. Mayme didn't make it, she had the "flu", Day parade at Grand = MISS ERNESTINEAT

but she really missed a good time. Shirley Hall Bass came Bahama was held the same

through from Chicago on her way to Nassau for the summer. date.Mr.
She has promoted, along with the Nassau Council of Women, a and Mrs Reuben
cultural exchange tour whereby 24 Chicago Youth and 24 Ba- Cooper celebrated their INSTANT GLAMOUR ON CREDIT

hamian youth will participate in a performance of "Peter golden wedding anniversary on A small down payment, and your Exotic 6250441OR '
More on this later.That's June 3, at their home on Kemp
Pan" in Nassau. wig is yours-to WE A --with
this week. LIVE LIFE EVERY GOLDEN Road. A native Palmetto
for
it terms as low as $5.00 per week.
MINUTE OF IT. PEACE. .. Point, Eleuthera, Mr. Cooper COME IN RIGHT NOW TOcxot
went to New York 50 years ago

and worked as a photographer.He .

I OUR CLASSIFIED ADS Cooper met of and Nassau married, and their Mrs. ;
WIG SALON
three children were born in

;view York. Six Mr.
RESULTS years ago
IRING Cooper retired andthe couple 1 15980 NW 27th Avenue, Miami

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 23, 1967 11


FMC Off/cols/ Survey Education Community Council' Seeks Housing I



Programs in CaribbeanThe for Distressed familiesAt


completion of a twelve vat ion oti the part of Ministersof being prepared by the facultyof a meeting Friday, Bernard restaurant commission, was the people you're supposed to
day good will tour and surveyof Education with regard to the Florida Memorial College, Dyer,director of the Lib- accused by Dyer of "always protect the protection of the
education in erty City Community Council, siding with the "
higher the "brain drain" which could develop the four year curriculum related landlords and law.
Caribbean and West Indies, should students leave to the Crime Prevention asked the Dade County Inter- blaming the tenants'Tor hous- Denying the charges,Robin-
starting with Guyana' and wind- their home countries and not Center of the school and the agency Relocation Committeeto ing deficiencies. son said that "maintenance is
ing up with Haiti, will deter- return, they were reassuredin Peace Center. assist in housing some of the "It's pa the tic,"he said, a two-sfdedsword.Many of the
mine the extent of a scholar- the knowledge that scholarship families with whom his agency "that a guy in your position violations cited are due to ten-

ship program in the small Island grants would be given on Only Edwin L. Allen, Min deals. would use an agency to deny ants and you have to admit it.
countries, it was an- the condition that students -- ---
ister of Education in Jamaica, Dyer daid he was asking for
nounced by Rev. Edward T. would return to the mother
indicated that his has for
country help special cases of"se-
Graham, chairman of the
country and aid in its develop- no problem in the of vere need"
board of trustees for Florida area race -- such as a wo-
ment. relations, however, that he man with six children, two of
Memorial .
College.The All of the Ministers of Edu- would want to send students to them physically or mentally
survey Included visits vation were vitally,interested "show the American people"how disabled -- and another family
with Ministers of Education in
in the four year curriculm in this problem could be of ten I n c 1 u din g four adults, }Y
Guyana, Barbados, Puerto 9'4
human relations which is now solved. both living one-bedroom
Rico, Dominican Republic and
Jamaica. arpartments.

Each of the Ministers of The Mau Klaus Of Harlem

Education in Guy a n a,Bar- Antipoverty Committee
Education welcomed the op- Speak Out For Violence Chairman Haley Sofge and
portunity to plan scholarship other housing and code en-
program for a pilot group of New York, a group in Har- organizations, including the forcement officials said they
young people in their countries lex expousing political vio- Black Muslims,and deplorethe would like to help these cases, .
with a focus on the American lence the Mau Maus, has been Uncle Tom Leaders .- the but public housing is severely

approach to education as con- granted a forum to air its par- Martin. Luther Kings and Roy limited, and priorities are established Dorse/ Jr.High teachers confer in a "buzz session
trasted to the traditional En- ticular views in a special Wilkinses -- who are con- by law, the top spot last Saturday, June 10th. They had just heard Dr. William
glish perspective of the past magazine feature published trolled by millionaires who going tofamilles displaced by Alexander (FSU) in their last Service Training
Ministers of Education indi- today. aren't going to change any government action.
Workshop and are discussing points of the "Middle
cated the need for greater ties Charles Kenyatta, leader of thing." Only displaced persons are "
School. Seated, left to right: Miss J. Jones, Mrs. E.
with the United States, especially theHarlemMau Maus,predicts Also featured in the Esquire being put in public housing at
Thomas, Mrs. D. Pittman, Mr.J.Jackson, Mrs. M.
in the "new" countries in the July issue of Esquire: article is a far-right-wing this time, added Ralph Carey, Beneby,
Mr. H. Mott. Standing, left to right Mr. H. Bethel Mr.
: ,
which had only recently "By the year 2000 America group from St.Louis called the another housing official.
0. Duren, Mrs. E. Greenwich.
become independent of England will have had its bloody revo- C. I.C.'s, who,like the Mau
lution." Maus although for different He and Sofge said they will

Cameron Tudor, Minister of Theodore'K. Smith,Herbert reasons, believe that guerilla do their best with any cases
Education in Barbados, invit- Spencer, and Charles I jtenyatta warfare in the U. S. is inevit- brought to them by Dyer, giv- WE PAYMONEY
ed officials of the Florida are photograhped in the Es- ing them the same consideration -
Memorial College to make a quire feature and Kenyatta is able.This feature is part of Es- they give requests from ''
presentation on behalf of the the spokesman for the group. quire's examination of the other agencies.
school to a meeting of Island The Mau Maus, accordingto particular nature of violencein Jerry Robinson, Dade sup
Prime Ministers which is be- Ken y a 11 a,have separated all its aspects in America ervisor for the state hotel and TO BLOOD

ing hosted in Barbados July. themselves from other Negro today.
DONORSYOU
Dr. Pedro Jose Rivera, un-
der secretary of education in MIAMI TIMESADS" CAN EARN FROM

Puerto Rico, expressed the Master Barber Wanted "
need for Florida Memorial $45, to $300WAft41FctIaEMrI
College to conduct a study and ssrsxAMSaJM'
survey of racial problems in Apply at
I the Island countries to deter- VARSITY BARBER SHOP BRING : ;
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mine their "cause, conse-
and solutions." 6540 NW 15 AVENUE '
He
quences RESULTS ,C0RP* I .
I expressed the need for such a
survey in consideration of the r N'E 4th '$t" MIAMI I.: iPHOHI 1 : 311-2S5I

"Bloodbath" which will ensuein
the forthcoming elections in
Guyana where East Indian is COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE
pitted against the current Ne-
STEREO RADIO -
TAPE RECORDER
gro Government with Cauca-
sians and Chinese caught in PLAN NOW
between.
VET TV
Cameron Tudor invited the
Florida Memorial College to TED FORMERLY OF JET I IS NOW VET
join a team effort by faculty of FOR NEXT SUMMER !
the West Indies University 379-7735
Sussex University of Englandin
;
a study of racial interactionin d46 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9 .: '
Barbados, which has six JOIN OURVACATION

ethnic groups. ,

All of the Ministers of Edu-
cationwere aware of the scho-

larship program Initiated in MEDICAL COST UP CLUB
the Bahamas with 100 students
obtaining full scholarship .
through the grants of the Ar-
According to the Bureau ,of Labor Statistics, ,
thur Vining Davis Foundationsand "
which commences this Medical Cost is up 5% this year over 1966,

July with 35 of these students continuing a 20-year rise, ,. .t.'
attending Florida Memorial * '. '11
College in St.Augustine.
The American Hospital Association esti-
Although there was reser- "
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mates that hospital cost will rise 15% per ,

year through 1970. The 1966 average one-
18 Years of Responsible
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12 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday.. June 23. 1967


loving IN MEMORIAMIn of dear RANGE Phillip Johnson, of 2369 N. DEATH NOTICE
memory my

I I CARDSMEMORIALS DEATHS'' father and grandfather W.Jackson 55th Terr.Memorial, died Hospital recentlyIn The funeral for the motherof

He Is survived by hfewidow, Daniel Francis, Mrs. Bell
Frances; a daughter, Cassan-
I Francis of 1048 Broad Street,
dra; a son, Cecil; a mother
will be held In
Jacksonville
IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn Mrs. Fannie Johnson aunt ,
an
!!i.. ;
. ,} Jacksonville, Saturday, June
memory of memory of : Mary Allen; two uncles, Wal- 24 at 1:00 p.m. Other survi-
,
The family of the late 'ra."ff : ter Miles and William John-
vors are t h r ee daughters,
I 7It. ....I ,d i II .: .1: :' son; a sister- m-law, Mrs.
: Mary Arnold, Orlando; Eunice
MR. HENRY DAVIS i ;: | Edna Bradshaw. Funeral ser- Jackson, New York and Minnie
J .. .. vices were held on Monday,
'. Bell Neal, Jacksonville; alsoa
wish to express sincere thanks June 19th, at 2:00 p.m. in the
Ay. son-in-law Emanuel Neal
,
u
} and appreciation to many Church of Christ.
4 and a host of grandchildren and
r friends, and neighbors, for
great grand-children.
CTI 4 ther floral pieces,telegrams, James Freeman, of 6732 A
cards of condolence,their gen- N. W.IOthAvenuediedrecent-
a erous service In our hour of ly at the Northwest Hospital.

bereavement. 1 He Is survived by a daughter, ALBERTWillie

Special thanks to Rev.W. K, MR. ALLAN B. PINDER' Mrs Redetha Denson; a son,
..s Smith and members of Greater Frank; a son-in-law James A. T. McIntosh, Jr. 561
I New Bethel Baptist Church. who departed this life June 22, Denson; a sister, Annie Herr N. W. 6th St., Apt.4,died June

Also Range Funeral Home,for 1966. ing; two sisters and three bro- 13, In the Jackson Memorial

their courtesy. God called him to heaven to 1 thers-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.T. Hospital. Services were con-

May God bless and keep you. -_... -.-- take his rest. J. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. C. ducted Monday from the New

ELIZABETH SINGLETON PFC EARNEST B. MANNINGwho 1 For here on earth he has done N. Miller;and Mr.C.C. Miller Providence Baptist Church.
Mrs. Rosa Bell Davis his best. a sister-in-law, Elvira Free- His survivors Include a wife,

who departed this life June 25, and family departed this life June 23, 1 He went through trials andstood man; six grandchildren. Fun- Emma dames; Janie two daughters, Mes-
MaeHugesand
1965. 1964. the test. eral services were conducted

You are not forgotten love one We cannot say and We not 1 We loved him but God lovdhimbest. Monday, June 19th, at 12:00 Altamese McIntosh; Father,
IN MEMORIAMIn Willie; one sister Mrs. Mae
say noon In the chapel.
Nor will ever be
you ,
That he Is dead -- he Is Just West Taylor; three brothers,
As last long as life and memory sad but loving memory of away! Rachel Perry, daughter Mrs. Mary L. P r IS ton,of John Henry, Benny and Jona-

We will remember thee. my dear devoted daughter With a -c h.e r Y' smile, and a Mrs. Patricia Clifton 1301 N. W. 62nd Terrace died thon.

Gone, but not forgotten. wave of the hand, grandchildrenWllhemenla recently. She Is survived by
He has wondered Into an un- Bernard, Cassandra ,her husband Ezra; two daugh-

Katie Dorsey sister known land, and Shaunna Perry. ters, Romina Wilson and Maxine Norman Baker, 8171/2 NW
w And left us dreaming how very Albury; eight grandchildren 3rd Avenue, died June 16. His
survivors Include two broth
fair CARD OF THANKSThe ; four greatgrandchildren -
It needs must be, since he ling- ; two brothers, Willie and ers, Henry and Sylvester; one
IN MEMORIAMIn ers there. family of the late Wiley Woodard. Funeral ser- sister, Mrs Mattie Williamsof

And You--O you,who the wildest vices were conducted on Tues- Brooklyn, New York;two
loving memory of the late1JI'i ERRbL SMITH sisters-inlaw. Services were
yearn
June 29th at
bay, 3:00 p.m.
For the old time step and glad In the New Macedonia Baptist conducted Tuesday from the
return, who departed this life May 29, Church. Liberty Chapel.

Think 0 f him faring on, as dear wish to thank the neighbors and I Wallace Carter, 10471 S.W.

In theloveof there as the love 'friends for cards, telegrams, Richard H. Avery of 1624 N. 176 Street, Perrlne, died June

I.- of here; *floral sprays and other tokensof W. 60th Street Apt. No. 3, died 5 In the Jackson Memorial

Think of him still as the same, sympathy during our recently. He Is survived by a Hospital. His survitors Include
NAOMI RUTH CONGO
We say: 'bereavement. sister, Mrs. Cornelia Avery mother, Mrs Lelia
He is not dead he is Just away! Special thanks to Father E. and one brother. Funeral ser- Griffin; two sisters, Mes-
whom God called to be with him
Clark, Jr. of the Church of vices were conducted on dames, Petronia Bryant and

June 29, 1964. Mrs. Lucille Manning Transfiguration and the Range 1 Thursday, June 22nd at 2:00: Rose Lee Baugh; one son,

Tho three years has passed and family 1 Funeral Home. p.m. In the chapel. Wallace, Jr.; brother and sis

dear It seems I miss you each!I Mr. Farley Stevenson, Mrs. Catherine} Johnson of ter-in-law Mae Carter, Jessie Services and Beulah Satur-

day, and I'm so oft sad and I CARD OF THANKS,,ft 225 N, W. 13th Street died on
step-father day 2:30 Kerr Memorial
: p.m.
since
lonely
you went away. The family of the late :Mrs. Hilda Smith Stevenson, Sunday, June 18th. She is sur- Methodist Church In Perrine.

: For since MR. JOEL HOPKINSwho mother vived by a husband, George; a Miss Eula Kate Strachan,
you are gone our
dear one and the voice we lov- \ departed this life May 27, Dorothy Wilkerson, sister daughter, Cynthia; son-Fre 14100 N. W. 24th Court, Opa-

--- .- ed is still A place Is vacant 1967, acknowledges with deepest Thomas Smith, brother derick. Funeral services will locka died June 19, In the Jack
JOSEPH In home appreciation of the many Reuben H east If, uncle be conducted Saturday June 24, son Memorial Hospital. Her
PASCHALLwho our which never can 1
be filled. 'floral pieces, telegrams, and at 1:00: p.m. in the chapel. survivors include parents; six

departed this life June 4 (cards from the many friends brothers; one sister; grand-
1964. No body knows how much 11 and neighbors. Also thanks to Mrs. Elizabeth Higgsof parents; aunt uncles.Ar-

In my Father's house are miss you, oh how hard it wasfor ]Rev. 0, W. West for his Inspiring CARD OF THANKSThe 1136 N. W, 2nd Avenue Apt. 7 rangeonnts are incomplete at
many me. To say "Thy' will be 1 message and thanks to the died Monday, June 19. She is this timo.
mansions. He has come and family of the late
claimed you as his own. done dear Lord"' and your dear 1 House of Albert Funeral survived by Mr. ChristopherRolle Robert Mormon, 556l5thSt.
face no more to see. I Home. ; three sons, Henry, died June 13 In Jackson M 3m-
ALPHONSO
JONES
George and Eugene Higgs; a
orial
Mrs. Grace P. Thomas Oh I miss you so,Naomi my sister and brother-in-law Hospital. Arrangementsare
and family darling and the tears do freely Mrs.Donald Ida Mae Hopkins, wife wish to thank neighbors and I Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hall; a, incomplete at this time.

flow, for I yet can't understandwhy sister and Hopkins brothers, son friends for the many cards, sister, Mrs. Mildred Thomp-

It was you who had to go. flowers and other kind deeds i son; a father, Mr. Henry Ro-
CARD OF THANKSThe But trying to be submissivefor CARD OF THANKS I during our bereavement. mer. Funeral arrangements Euge Robinson of 4511 S.W.
I know I'm sure that you Special thanks to Manker are incomplete. 20th St. died June 14th at a MI-
of the late
family :are with Him., In the land of Funeral Home, Rev.Aaron D. ami Hospital. He came here 10

J JJ peace and rest. And some day Hall and Choir No. 1, of Ebe- Private first class Sammie years ago from Manning S. C.

J I'm going to meet you.Just how nezer Methodist Church. Lee Holmes of the U. S.Army His remains will be shipped to

]long I cannot tell "Till I'll be was killed In line of duty re- Manning for funeral and burial

with you my darling and my Johnnie M. Jones, wifeRuby i cently. Before entering the services. He Is survived by a

Jessed Lord to dwell. Curry, stepdaughterIN Army PCF. Homes lived, at wife, Willie Mae; six daugh-

2273 N. W. 61st Street. Fun- ters, Mary Vereen, Beulah

4 eral arrangements are incomplete Witherspoon, Mae Bell Smoke,

Mrs. Ethel Shipp, mother Epsie Wright, Minnie Robin-
MEMORIAMIn
son, and Louise Robinson;five

loving memory of odarling Morse Gary of 6201 N. W. sons, Willie, GeneLee,
17 Avenue died William and Robert Funeral
IN MEMORIAMIn mother Tuesday, June
I 20th. Funeral arrangementsare arrangements are incompleteat
incomplete. this time.
loving memory of our dear Mrs. Annie Bell Fordham of

wife and mother 2210 Green St, died at Mem-

STEVENS orial Hospital, June 15. She
,,, -t', MRS. JULIA FORD We are profoundly gratefulto Hallandale returned to this city after an
the many friends: who so
Chester McKinley of 750 N. 'absence of ten years during
SHEPARD STEPHENS who left us so suddenly, one gracefully extended the num- j W. 8th Avenue, died June 10 which time she resided in Rochester -
methods of
acknowledges' with deep ap- year ago today, June 25,1966. erous expressions L -' at his residence.He came here I' New York. Funeral
preciation the many floral She bade no one her last fare during the passing of our lovi I! from Ga., 10 years ago. Fun- ''services will be held Saturday
ed
one the late Effie Jane ;
cards and well, she said goodbye to none. eral 'at 2:00 in
pieces, telegrams, Sancho Y services will be held Sun p.m. Ft. Lauderdale,
who 27
other kind expression of sympathy The heavenly gates were open, 1967. passed on May I r day 1:00: p.m. at the Stevens 'at the Jehovah Witness Kingdom -

shown them during their a loving voice said come. We | Funeral Chapel. He Is survived ': Hall. Burial will be In the
often wonder why had to die Even though words are in- ]Danla[
bereavement. you by two daughters, Lydia Cemetery. She is survived -
adequate to it and the
express
Special thanks to the minis- without a chance to say good- Ann Smith and Bobbie Jean 1 by a mother, Mrs. Ella

ter and members of St. John bye. Though out of sight, names are too numerous to Robinson; one son, Roosevelt 'Lee Fordham, and a son,
still missed and mention, but we say, sincere
Baptist Church, neighbors of you're ever McKinley Johnnie Richardson.
66th Street and the Range funeral loved. You will live with us In thanks to each of you for your '
Home. memory until the end of time. varied methods of remem- ': ; 9 .

I Those who have a wife and mo- brances.
,,i Children: ther treasurer her with care. Special thanks to Liberty VICTORIA J, HIGGS
Mrs. Floyzell S. Williams, 'You never know her value,until City Church Of Christ and LINCOLN MEMORIAL PARK

J r Miami you see her empty chair. Range Funeral Home. who departed this life June 25,
\ '. Mrs Willie S. McGrlff Mrs. Sadly' missed by her husband May God bless and keep you, 1 964. 3001 NW 46* STREET .
f Dorothy S. Allison and Amos :Thomas, three daughters, for it was through him that Mrs. Pauline H. Johnson NE .H91

.: Shepard, Jr., and HowardSte- Mrs. Elizabeth Robinson, your thoughtful expressionswere Mrs. Thelma D. Devoe

,; phens, Philadelphia Pa. Mrs. :stella' Summersett, Jeanette extended. Mrs. Helen H. Holston E. JOHNSON, MANAGER, OX-1-9199

Mozell S.Johnson and Ned Stephens Donald' one son Joseph and Mr. William Sancho Kenneth, Rudolph and

Sanford, Florida. ;grandchildren. and family Earl Higgs -



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A Bronze Star Medal with
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was given to Mrs.Matilda Huy
}4, ler 6530 N. W. 12th place,for
First Class Stanley the heroism that her son,Cecil
Scavella, son of Mr. and Mrs. .. -- --.. -.._----. showed on June 22,1966,in the A SMALLEGGS '
Edwin Scavella, Sr., of 8820S. James Maurice Francis, Republic of Vietnam.
W. 127th Terrace, Miami, son of Mr. and Mrs.Harold L. Staff Sergent Cecil Huyler, NO LIMITS
is stationed at the U.S. Army Francis, Sr., of 1437 N. W. 56 in connectionwith military ALL YOU WANT 15ft OZ
Training Corps, Ft. Cambell, Street, Miami, has been pro- eration against hostile
Kentucky. He is the mail clerk moted to Specialist of the forces, was cited for valor

and also ''assistant company U.S. Army. He is stationed in while'serving as a squad lead- : ,:-::' ; .:.f" .: '\
clerk of company D, 5th Training Germany andhas been for the er in Company B, 2nd Batta- I'l I\' f'":t'I.I. M1\ 1 ;, I, '
Battalion at the base. past 9 months. Sp/4 Francisis lion, 7th Cavalry on June 22, NECK BONESCHICKEN :' : J': I f.", .\ :LB.:14'(, :if.
PFC Scavella lived all his a 1963 graduate of North 1966. He was instrumental in \\, h\ .;' I, 'I'
life in Miami. He graduatedfrom Dade High School. securing a landing zone into .
George Washington Car which his company had landed, I.'
ver High School and attended and which was under fire from
Miami-Dade Junior College. he held the position clerkat enemy snipers, hidden the BACKS 5 4
At the time of his enlistment Dade County Youth Hall. surrounding tree-line,without 'i
regard for his personal safety.
.. '. rtZ'f, :' .. .
.
Sgt. Huyler volunteered to I .?,, :*l1: .'f!:T,*

RICHARDSON lead a four-man reconnal- 1st CUT ;;rt ... ,, .,' ," ,.
sance team on a mission to locate -
Deloach residing '
Sylvester \: I' ';. ::/:< /':;- .
at 153 N. W. 25th Street, died the enemy snipers. Exposing ;
June 19, in Naples Fla. He Is himself to intense hos- PORK CHOPSLARGE ;:i;LB. 29( '
he manouvered his
survived by a wife Paula; a tile fire, ?
Catherine De- reconnaissance element into ,
mother Mrs.
the tree-line where he discov- ,J ",'
a ,
Bonnie 4
sisters ,
loach; four SIZETURKEY : .
Vivian Inez, Gladys and Mary;; ered the enemy's bunkers and '
two brothers, James Deloach, trenches. While attempting to : j 5t'79: :;
Earnest Perry; an aunt Mrs search them, he was mortally NECKSSUNSHINE : ; ,\
,
wounded by an sniper. \ ",'.,
enemy
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Jonnie Edwards grand-father A '
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Mr. Oscar Deloach; two sons, -. Sgt. H u y 1 e r's courageous .M'. .' :':*{,If ; .it..'." '.$" 1i,.:",., i. \ "::
Sylvester and Frederich. Fun action is in keeping with the f\
highest traditions of the Military .
will be conducted
eral service Smiling Eddie Lee Pittman, SWEETSSUGAR \
Service and reflects great
Saturday June 23rd, at 3:0 1 I popular local businessman.and
p.m. in the First Faith Cathe owner of the Dive-Inn Bar, credit upon himself, his unit
dral Church. 1772 NW 79th St. Phone 691-r and the United States Army. LB.
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9431. He Invites all his old' 5 SACK
Mrs. Patricia Rooks resid- friends to come and meet new' o $P/II/
ing at 19011 N. W. 39th Ct., friends. Everyone welcome. R0 r-flr
Enjoy the pool room and bow-
Carol City, died WednesdayJune
ling. Completely air conditioned MORE
is WITH $5.00 ORDER OR
She
14, at her home. (indef) 'ter iR
survived by a husband Cur ley;
one daughter Angela;a mother
Mrs. Dorothy Beeman; two J\
aunts Mrs Beryle Roker and MIAMI TIMESwDS... ( R RD J6349389 KING KOLE .
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father, Mr. David H. Black. 69t
Funeral services were con- ........ SMOKED SAUSAGE
ducted Monday, June 19, at 10 BRING 27n N.W
a.m. in St. Agnes Episcopal
Church.
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152nd St., died Monday, June
20 in Jackson Memorial Hospital 1

He is survived by wife 10 OZ.CTNS..
Mrs. Annie Harris, a step- 691-7661
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daughter Mrs. Rosa Madison 98 ,
of N. W. ; four sisters, Mrs. 6PK.WE .
Moriab Evans of Blakely Ga.,
Mrs. Florie Alexander of Bon- oA1
fay, Mrs. Mamie Harris of DO NOT SELL
of Orlando and Nancy George;
three brothers Elijah Harris
Darfus and Charlie and Mr. PEPSI COLAFRYERS
Hubert Wilson. Funeral ser-
vices will be held Saturday 10 \ 1
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a.m. June 23, at the Church of ; SP f} '
God in Christ. .. :>,;:'C( J" .I \\I :')'; :

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Mrs. Ida Mae Brooks resi- '1 yntx 'M1 "f ','',-, .. ..', .', ...."'\.., ';,:; .. ,,. ,<", ; .,.,IT: .r
ding at 1200 N. W. 65th Terr., V '1
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died Sat. June 17th in Jackson i :
Memorial Hospital.She is sur- CHITTERLINGS
vived by two sisters Emmie

Scott; and and other Mrs.relatives.Eugene Stevenson Fun-- 1UJ1M,1)Suulca Ate A4iaqi ,1 10 1 i 75 5 LB. 89J. ,"

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14 THEMIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 23, 1967




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lN WOMAN'S DAY I Twentieth Session Of The Eleventh Episcopal

AT NEW BETHEL

Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor District Laymen's Organization To ConveneTheme
Sunday, June 25th all roads 1
lead to the New Bethel Baptist
Church for the observance of : "Finding the Secret in attendance at the twentieth society to commit or recommit -
their 10th annual Women's Day of Active Laity" lMotto: session of the laymen convention Itself to Christ?
This affair will be a challengeto "Action" to be held at Greater Where? 5. How will the j

FIRST BAPTIST all others. Our morning With these slogans herald- Bethel A.M.E. Church, 9th St. respect and keep the
speaker is the talented ing the forthcoming session of and Hamilton Ave., Panama and ber Uage oUheA. :,
Rev. W. J. Macon, pastor Albertha Johnson Caldwell, the Eleventhe Episcopal District City, July 5-7, with Mr.Isaiah Church? 6. Will the new '
who is an Instructor of English A.M.E. Laymen Organi- Thomas, host conference pre- cept of stewardship 1//
Usher Board No. 2, cele- and Dramatics in our public zation, plans have been formulated sident and Bishop E. C. Hat- or weaken the financial I
brated Its Sixth anniversary, school system. Our theme for entertaining this con cher, presiding prelate.As ture of the church? 7.We
Sunday. The president Mrs. this year is a challenge to vention by the West Florida the laymen move forward found the secret of an

Rosa Boozer expressed her every Christian woman."WO- Convention Laymen. into this session, they do so laity. Who shall counsel
thanks for the cooperation of men's Growth in the Christian Episcopal District Presi- with a faith and understandingthat service? Give
the members for the years Faith.' Chairman Sherry dent, Felix N. White, is call- hold the moral element of For further information

work. We are looking forward Parker along with her cochairman ing episcopal, conference, all the conferences together. cernlng the workshop
to the return of our pastor who Sister Alice Harris district and local laymen to be Each representative is asked ties, consult Mrs. Inez

is attending the National Sun- promises a day of feast in the 'to come prepared to serve on conference director of

day School and B. T. U. Con. Lord. Our evening speaker is CHURCH OFINCARNATION any committee and to take an tivities.
.. gress In Milwaukee, Wise. Irene Burns In At the close of this
our own Mrs. active part the workshops. 1
You are always welcome to Brown.., Why not come and Proposed topics for discussion it is hoped that the laymen
First Baptist Church. share this day with us.Women's are :1.What effective so- have spearheaded a new
Rev. A. Tyrrel Dear, vicar lution can the organization ative and taken an

Last Sunday we were pleased render toward the most effic- thurst ahead that the
ient in the Great So- fore them will be to
to welcometwowell-tnown service
Day priests who are serving while viety? 2. Who and what qualifications nigh ideals and

I our priest, Fr. Dear, is enjoy- should a lay man have desires to achieve

At Mt. Calvary Sunday ing a well-earned vacation. to find( the secret? 3.,What is worthwhile usefulness in
The Rev. Elisha Clark, a the role of lay leaders?4.Will churches and other
former priest of the Incarna- the church laity challenge the in their communities. .

tion, conducted the services at,
8:00 a.m., and Fr. Theodore i

Gibson at the 11:00 a.m. ser- GREATER BETHELOur TEMPLEThe ;
vice. Both of these ministerswill

officiate next Sunday.A annual youth day was Male Chorus will
number of our teenage observed Sunday, June 11th.I I service at Star of
boys enjoying themselves at Theme: "Youth and the three ]Baptist: Church, West

Camp Wingman this week; R's Religion, Respect, Re- ,wood, S.un day
while the younger group hopes sponsibility" services I Mien's Day The T e m p l
to do so a t an early date. throughout the day were con- (C holr will sing at the
All persons born in the ducted by they out h of our jhurch. The quarterly
w month of June are invited to church. C>f the ;
be our special guests at the hoir Union will be held at
The morning speaker was
ECW meeting on Sunday, June xm.. with Temple No. 1 ,
Miss Adelaide Levarlty who
,
.y 25, at 500; p.m. All women of also served as co-chairman of is host. The Rev. A. D.
the church are members of the will be preacher for
.. the day's activities. Theron
HA
asion. Ebenezer's
choir
._1MRS ECW. Carson served as chairman.
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The property opposit our The evening speaker was Clinton sing.
MRS SALLIE CARLINE. LUCILLE SIMS church has been cleared and
Cook.Both speakers deliv-
The Order of
makes a more pleasing site.It
The Mt. Calvary women will Mrs. Lucille Sims, wife of the> will also give us much to think ered inspiring messages :Sister of Love and Charity
celebrate the climax of their Rev. W. E. Sims, who is pastor about since our minds are cen- which were enjoyed by all. I have its pro-Grand Lodge

Women's Day Sunday,June 25. of New Hope Baptist: tered on a building program. We were fortunate to have I tram Monday evening,
A wonderful day is being pre- Church. Mrs. Sims is a grad Remember the shut-ins the youth choir of First Baptistof I ning, at 8:00 p.m. at

pared for everyone. uate of Howard Academy, di-, they are Sarah Brooks, Irene Brownsville to visit with us Confined to Jackson chair'j

The morning speaker will rectorof the Young Women's Edgecombe, Eva Jones, Sarah for our morning worship. orial Hospital are

be Mrs. Sallie Carline. She is Auxiliary, and second vice, Wyman, Eva Hutchinson, Hen- Weare proud ofour 1967 j Rolle and Deacon G. E.
an active member of New Pro president of the Seaboard Baptist rietta Sweeting, Anna Websterand graduates. One ofthehigh-I burn, and Charles

vidence Baptist Church.She is Association. Willie Gibson. lights of our youth day program ;I still at Veterans
a Sunday School teacher, art Everyone is invited to come
Has Guild( signed for was the awarding of conj j pray for their speedy
director of the youth depart-. and celebrate wife the Mt.Calvary your gratulatory tokens to the following | CWU's project? Every
year
ment and a member of the mis- Church on their women I graduates Debra Bass
church the : ,
sionary society.The day for the year 1967. women across their Lorene Bently, Carolyn Fer- The men are busy

evening speaker will be Cynthia Johnson is reporter,,' country for their express fellowmen by concern sewing guson, Lorenzo Gilbert, ing for their "affair" on
30. They are asking
"garments and making thou- Shirley Harris, Thomas Ho-
and friends to give
ward Patricia Johnson Betty
GREATERNEW sands of health kits, schoolbags ,
EBENEZER or sewing sets as partof Percell, Helena Pinder, Betty pushforward.Two ]
MACEDONIARev. Roberts, Joyce Ryles,Clifford .
Rev. A. D. Hall, Sr., pastorE. the World Community Day
Snell and Jean Thomas.
Ingram, reporterRev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor offering. These are shipped I
A. D. Hall, Sr., returned Willie J. Beard, reporter overseas to areas of acute Miss Jean Thomas was
from the Florida Conference need by Church Women Ser- awarded $25.00 by the scho- infants were

which was held at Be- officers The president and members, chairman of the, vice. This year the needis larship committee as a token i I during our father's day
than Contact
greater ever. of appreciation for faithful '
thune-Cookman College* > Day-
Deacon s' and Deaconesses'Boards vice.On :
tona Beach. He begins his 13th wish to thank each and Mrs. Littles. work untiring devotion and a the fourth Sunday in

year as pastor of Ebenezer. everyone who helped made Mrs. L. A. Jeffries, chris- wonderful spirit of cooperat he women of
tion exemplified in our church i Church will celebrate
The members of the church their anniversary a tremen- tian Social Relations chairmanof Ij ,
welcome him wholeheartedly. j fifth annual Women's Day
the Diocese South Florida
dous success. Special thanksto Mr. Lorenzo Gilbert was the ,
Mrs. A. D., Hall ranges as the young ministers of will be the guest speaker at our proud recipient of a scholar- 1 vices. We have chosen
I Essie Silva
of the South Florida district of Mt. Zion
queen Macedonia, who rendered ser- ECW meeting at 5:00: p.m. on ship to the Miami- Dade Junior j j tist as
our guest
the district reported
vices on Thursday and Friday Sunday afternoon. College. He was chosenas
|the 11:00
minister a.m. services.
for the retired
$1,245 nights along with choirs No. 1 the most deserving student
the j theme, "The role of
fund. We also welcome
and 2 and Usher Boards No.1
among the graduating seniors "
j In today's society.
Rev.CubeIJohnsonassuperintendent and 2. Also special thanks to ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. of our church. The

of the South Florida Rev. Samuel Atchison, pastorof tion was made by Mrs. Kath-I

District. Mt. Calvary MB Church who P.W. Wiggins, pastor erine Jackson,president:
The men of the church are 1
closed out Sunday afternoon. scholarship committee. We
working hard In making Men's 1 The No.1 choir under the
Again we say thanks to all of congratulate Lorenzo and pray
Day a success, projects are I: you. leadership of Mr. Willie J. that he will be successful In all
being planned. Saturday nigh!t Robinson, Is sponsoring a of his worthwhile endeavors.
June 24 a fish fry will be al t
Haulover Beach
On Sunday, the pastor will beachpartyat Mrs. Ann B. Thomas, reporter -
the home of Mr. Leroy Wilson'|, preach the 11:00: a.m. Men's Friday, June 23rd, at 8:00 p.m. and Rev. W. K. Smith,
2490 N. W. 48th St., the publicis ; Day message at Zion Hope MB Tickets are available at $1.00 is pastor.
invited to attend. Conc! Church, Rev. Paul Freeman, (children) and $1.25 (adults)
salad and conch fritters will] pastor. The bus will leave the church :
be on sale. at 7:30 p.m. which is locatedat ANTIOCH W.
The youth will be in chargeof t 1899 N. W. 64th Street. For
Members don't forget we
,
services Sunday. further information, call Mr.
Sunday night we are looking, are to accompany the pastor, Willie J. Rob in son,at NE 5- Rev. A. H. Essix, pastor
\\y
Sunday afternoon, to Ft. Laud
forward, to worship in anaftei l 5104. .s I
E, erdale to render services finRev. There will be tea at the
service at St. Paul A. M. The Youth Department ex- a
t Church, at 18th Avenue and 61( H. K. Kenzie and congre' tends a cordial invitation to its home of sister Mae Williams MARVA 'I

Street., The Rev. T. C. Kelly' gation in behalf of their Men' Pew Rally on Sunday, June 25, Sunday, form 4t06:00p.m.for Metropolitan AME
For address of the churctI
jr., pastor.' Day. :.at 3:00 p.m: This affair'In be'-, No. 1 choir. have chosen, Mrs
contact either Brother Bear d
Let us not forget the sick anc half of Youth Day. Mrs. Lillie You are welcome to worship nerman and Mrs J
or one of the auxiliary press tJLn
shut-Ins. We may pray fin Ross, is directress. with us. McPherson Harris, as
them and send a card of cheer,, dents.

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UKAKt MEMORIAL Odd Fellows and Household of Ruth

Rev. Jarius W. Dunn, pastorOn I
"'
Sunday our choir will Close; Successful Meeting

celebrate their first annlverk The 85th Annual Session of chairman for the contest pre- -
sary. the District Grand Lodge No.27 sented the contestants. Mrs.
There will be a song test and Household of Ruth No. 16 Janie B. Eppersonof. 3954,
r Sunday evening, at 7:30 p.m. G.U.O. of O.F. held their annual Jacksonville was representing
The choir will present a r; r qr f fl
pro- meeting in Tampa, May the northwest and Mrs.
gram featuring a tew choir 1 and 2 at the Odd Fellows Hall, Marguerite Thompkins of No.
groups of our city along with corner Central and Scott 2416 of Miami represented the
guest artist. A reception will Streets.
southeast. Mrs. Epperson reported f
follow the songfest. Mr. Frank The executive board meet- the highest amount and
McKoy Is president of the ing was called at 2:30 p.m.with was crowned.Both contestants

choir. Mrs. Gwendolyn Finley the District Guard, most Nobel received a cash prize. It wasa
will serve as our mistress of governor, Mrs. Edna Mapp grand success for the district

ceremonies. You are invited to presiding. Many problems It was voted to make the
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4. attend both services. pertaining to the householdswere contest an annual affair.After
Youth Day At New Deacon J. Clements will be clarified
Providence bytheD.G.W.R.,, the program and contest, a
in charge of the sale on Satur Mrs. Grace Bennett, DG.WT.: lovely repast was served by

I The sixth annual Youth Day, overpowered them all. Master day. Dinners and sandwiches of the endowment department, the brothers and inmates of
Sunday June 11, was a great Roundtree reigns for his will be sold at the church. Mrs. Randall and W. G. Pre the host lodges. __ .
second :
II
success at New Providence.Rev. year, "long reign the late. Mrs. Roxanna Johnson.We Tuesday morning 9:45 with MRS. EDNA MAPP
Alvin Jones spoke dy- King." were all glad to have Mrs. the host MNG presiding, Mrs.
namlcably from the theme All youth of New Providence ra Minnie Alkens, one of the dis- Carrie B. Grant "Onward service rendered were presented -
"The church militant and triumphant well played their parts trict grand deputies, who was Christian Soldiers" was sung to Mrs. Effie Russell,
." The panel well explored thanks to our unable to attend last year. at which time the grand officers Mrs. Sikes Mrs. Hattie Smith
many visiting
the theme, "Chris friends, for their support. At 5:30 p.m. the annual tea marched in. After receiv- and Mrs. Olive B. Dyson. The
tianity versus Communism." Joseph Warren is chairman sponsored by district grand ing the grand officers,the D.G.M.N.G. Mrs.Mapp is ask
All contestants fought a good Gwendolyn Andersen is cochairman deputy Mrs. Effie Russell and gavel was turned over to the ing all households to start
-
fight, but little Miss Patricia and Rev. 111 her committee was held In the D.G.M.N.G. Mrs. Edna Mapp. working now to have something
l Aikens and Rickie Roundtree Burney is the pastor. C. J. social hall with the host Household All district officers took their to present to the art and craft
of Ruth No. 399-3583 serving stations. The meeting was department, and to please send
Mrs. Russell was very open for business. A momentof all reports in pertaining to the
j FIRST BAPTISTOF NEW MT. MORIAH pleased with the Increase in silent prayer forour annual meeting by April 15,not
later than April 20th of each
attendance and finance. G.G.R.N.G. Mrs. Olive B. Dy
BROWNSVILLERev. Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor The local program was held son who was ill In the hospital.A year. All district officers retained
Sis. Evelyn Souter, reporterThe at 8:00 p.m. with Professor G. letter of greeting was read their offices Mrs.Ran-
W. M. Davis, pastor ; W. Dennis, P.N.F., presiding. from the grand secretary and dal gave a very Interesting report
Donella Turner, reporter pastor and memberswant A Music was furnished by New the committee of management from her trip to Europe.We .

.to.thank each.and everyone t' Salem P.B. Church. Choir No. ofphiladebhla. had 12 members in attendance
Sunday June 25, Youth Day mal participated and at. WOMEN'S DAY QUEEN 3. The occasion by Bro. Tom D.G.M.N.G..G---: address and her from Miami Thus
will be observed. The morning tended the services during bit McCleod P.N.F. Welcome ad- report from the B.M.C. meet- closed a very successful
speaker will be Alvin anniversary. Greatness, honor, dignity dress, Mrs. Bessie Barefield ing In New Orleans,La.were meeting, spiritually and fin
McDutfle and the evening Joint rehersal for choir No are achieved by various Greetings from City of Tampa, great. All reports were up to ancially.
speaker will be Veronica 1 and 2 will be Tuesday, June e| means. Some require greatness businessmen and Minlstrial date this year. The newly organized
Bowens. We are asking all our 26th, at 8:00: p.m. Please be or:, some are born great, Alliance. Grand Lodge officers M. N.G. Council and Since the close of the meet-
members and visiting friendsto time. and it is thrust upon some.All were presented by Mr. B. W.R. Council came up 100%for Ing, we all regret and bow our
come out and en Joy our Our monthly conference, of Greater New Bethel Baptist C. Williams DGM and house their first report. Congratulations heads In humble submission
Youth Day with us. Thursday June 29th,at 8:00pm| would like to give honor to our hold officers, Mrs.Edna Mapp to Mrs. Lizzie to the passing of our, DGRNG
Sunday afternoon, the The pastor is asking all members Women's Day queen, Mrs. Eli- DGMNG. The collection taken McMUlian and Mrs.Dessie Mrs. Olive B. Dyson and pray
church and pastor will Journey to please be present. zabeth Johnson She was was presented to New Salem Williams, chairman.The a special blessing upon her
to Ebenezer Baptist Church in Let us continue our prayersfor I: crowned queen of our church P.B. Church on their building names of two Juveniles family that God will givethem
Hallandale. The no. 2 choir and our pastor, sick shut-ins, during the culmination of our fund. Crowning of the queen for were pesented to the Educational strength to go on.
the Male Chorus are asked to bereaved families and thosein Women's Day activities on the d 1st rlct. Mrs. Roxanna department for scholarship Mrs. Edna Mapp is DGMNG
render the song sevices. the,armed services. Visi May 28. Mrs. Johnson achieved Johnson and Mrs. Sarah A. consideration. and Mrs. M. Thompkins is
Revlral services at the tors are always welcome. this great honor by raising Jones, chairman and co- Awards of appreciation for porter. re-
well over $600.Congratulations.
church
will begin Monday night
July ?rd and continue Friday to Mrs.
night LIBERTY CITY Johnson and may her reignbea t
July 14th.The Revivalistis a+
the Rev. R. B. Smith of Albany happy one.FRIENDSHIP.
Georgia. CHURCH OF CHRISTF. SAMPSON'Si14662ST.

L. Thompson, minister
ST. MARY'S. W.M.
T. S. Holmes, reporter
In our family groups of wor
ship for Father's Day we had BAPTIST I .
This
is air
Sunday conditionIng
,., '
Brother James Adderly, the day. All pledges are due. Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor t;} r Y,'J ,,, ,
father of Sister Louise Hunter The church is to be commend Ruby Lee Carr, reporter

and family and Mr. and Mrs. ed for the way it has support
James Stuart and daughter,the ed this cause. Now that we are Thomas Ross chairman of
son anddaughter-in-lawof our almost to the end, let keep the Men's Day and Eddie B. Lewis
pastor. fire co-chairman,along with all the
burning under those
We were happy to have Glad pledges. men and especially the pastor
stone Hunter wish to thank those who 88C SMIsJEHDf
Jr. home from Brother Will Tynes plans to helped -
college. He is attending worship with Church of Christ make their Men' Day a success
FAMU. .
in Cocoa, this Sunday.
To the members of Usher The Statewide Youth Conference The pastor and officers are ,,
Boards No. 1 and 2, we are at Is scheduled to meetin asking members to get their R MHP" f j1I;1..H''I; 'I;. r':"':,"I ': "&'";i) <'' 1':
\ :; '
the closing of the Baby Con July at the Golden Heights names on the new church roll. \ J' "' I".t'f,)' /it 'II''
test. The captains are asking Church of Christ, in Ft.Laud Please pay your dues and correct !,1'U' YER'I.1'2 ,' '' :
for more support from the co- erdale. Preparations for being address this is the last ',I" '

workers.To made to host the biggest conference month to comply so do your FRESH GROUND
all parents: The superintendent yet to be held in Christian duty pay your dues .
of the Sunday Schoolis Florida. More Information with correct address. BEEF .2LBS.
asking that you send your will be given In the next issue Our church buss still operates .
children out on Sunday morn Plan to attend. on the same schedule and
ing a little earlier.Our Sunday "Visit the church that route any member or visitor FRESH FLA. GRADE, A
School starts at 9:30 a.m. 'I can ride to and from at no expense
makes
yo u feel at home.
..Sunday is Testimony. : Day. II I to the rider. EGGS 4 DOL
Maie t nor us will sing all day. Seven days from church
Don't forget the dinner sale HOPE WELL M. B. makes one weak, so come to

every Sunday. Rev. Sheffield, pastor church have your faith lifted. BAMBY
Continue to pray for the sick Our prayers and get well KING
On June 5th through the 11
and shutins.You wishes to all the sick.FICTITIOUS BREAD 4
we held our Installation ser-
are always welcome to
vices:and we would like to thank
worship at St. Mary's the
friendly church. Rev. D. A. Bradley, Milton NOTICE TURKEY
Griffin, C. H. Smith and W. K. Notice of intention to register
Smith and their congregationfor trade name
NECKS
ZION 4-
HOPE BAPTISTRev. their wonderful services, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN .
Paul Freeman, pastor both spiritually and financially that the undersigned, engagingin
Sister E. Jackson, reporterWe On last Sunday, we were business under the name of
honored to have with us Rev. ACE JANITOR SERVICE
will celebrate our Men's Martin and Evans as our 15720 N. W. 18th Avenue, in
MILK GALLO ,
Day Sunday, with Rev. Rosco guests.On the city if Opa-locka, countyof
Jackson the morning speaker, Sunday afternoon, June Dade and State of Florida, ,
and Rev. D. A. Bradley the 25th. You are invited to come intend to register the said CHICKEN
evening speaker. our to the ordination of dea- name with the Clerk of the Circuit '
Sister Greene will sponsora cons at 2:30.: Court of Dade County, WINGS 3 LOS.
program Tuesday night after Our Sunday School having Florida and with the office of .
the fourth Sunday in behalf of "Honor Day" we are honoringthe the Secretary of State. ( :
the number one usher board. outstanding teacher, class Dated at Miami, Florida this \: ssr"FL'AVORS',:

We are inviting all our visitors participation, and honor roll. 23rd day of June, 1967. SODA : 12 CANS .
to attend prayer meetingon Everyone is welcome. JOHN JAMES '' .

Please Tuesday remember night. the sick shut-ins Remember, and pray the for sick peacel and! NATHANIEL and MCCALL .,. ." .., '/ ,..' ., ',, '.,J Ui',,0.! .,,..'.;...1',}.'"' ,, ";,,';;:,J'io.'h <:w.,.,,\,".

and shut-ij, in your prayers. See you next week. June 23, 30, and July 7 and 8.



THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 23, 1967I"a

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I BY PORT ER M: DAVIS, JR.
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The Inclement weather on last Sunday afternoon was not .
nough to deter the mammoth crowds which turned out for the :
littering proceeds of the Miss WRBD Pageanf'of 1967. M. I
:O<:kin' Big Daddy's first annual pageant will be remembered I
)r a long time to Come as one of the most festive occasion toe ,
sponsored in Lauderdale in a long, long, tme.
Forty or more young ladies from the Broward and West I
alm Beach area entered the contest.It .
was the lovely Miss Leanora Dargalnof pompano ly ( f. T
.
raduate of Blanche Ely High School who emerged as "Miss a t ?
fRBD" among the fifteen semifinalists.Miss .
Maria McClendon of Riviera Beach was the first run- :
,er up, and Miss Dororthy Hayes of Delray Beach was the se- (5 tr: I ;
ond runner up. In addition to reigning as "Miss WRBD" for ;
year Miss Dargain will receive a trip to the Bahamas, a m ?
'rade School scholarship from Career Training Institute of rt, tc4 4Idm :
't. Lauderdale. Among the finalists were: Miss Cynthia Bowe,
ivens, Miss Dorothy. Hayes Miss Lucille Jones, Miss Pat- j4 )
11 icia Mitchell, Miss Deborah Mizell, Miss Janice Ross, Miss ,
:velyn Rozier, Miss Martha Thomas, Miss Margo Williams,
liss Margo Williams, Miss Anita McClendon, Miss Leanora
.largain and Miss Cynthia Wilson.Of .
course, the highlight of the coronation was the crown-
ig 0 f "Miss WRBD," but the in between musical selections ,
':ere highly entertaining with such talents as the "Entertain- /
rs," Helene Smith, Sam and Dan, the Bell Brothers, James --' .... J .;1 ,- .-.,....

Knight and the Butlers Band. Phi Beta Celebrates Scholarship and Education Night I

The e mine n t Willie Martin, McKinley Williams and Joe Scanda House scholarship winner and Bro.T. '
Smorgasbogwas activities and accomplishments. David Ivey; C hap 1 a 1 n, T. S.
wisher were wonderful masters of ceremonies.Our the of the celebra- S. Greer Sr. the Education
scene The following were Greer, Sr.; Parlimentarian,
hearty thanks to WRBD for beautiful Job well done. tion of the annual Educationand award winner, were honored elected to office for the on Henry Mott; Sergeantatarms -
Prominent Attorney and Civic leader Alcee Hastings is currently for the during the ceremonies.Two .
Scholarship night
coming year: President, Luc- Raphu Williams; Dean
in the process of securing signatures for the Urban Renewal Rho Sigma chapter of Phi Beta noted sopranos, Haro- ious Crawford; Vice-pre-
referendum. The quota of signatures is ten thousand.The Sigma Fraternity, Inc. lean S. Storr and Sandra Fox sident, Obie Duren;Recording of Pledges, Wilkes Kemp;
New Mount Olive Baptist Church Summer Bible School Andrew Brown this year's along with Brother Arthur L. Secretary, William Higgs; Bus Mgr., H. Melton White;
:& now in progress.The classes begin at 900; a.m. each morn- Evans, pianist,highlighted Corresponding Secretary, Director of Public Relations,
s ' t The United Fund is reorganizing for an al -out, rip-roaring Pictured above are 1. State
Campaign in the fall! Robert C. Abel, Jr., 1968 campaign president and Mrs. Robert V.
.hairman, announced recently that Ed Stack,Thomas Walker Gaddy; 2. The Educator's pla- ENJOY THE MASON VELVETEEZ SHOESair
and Ben Salter will head the North, Central and South County que recipient, Brother T. S. cushioned with arch support for your com-
ampalgns, respectively. Mr.Abel also announced the appoint' Greer, Sr., M r s Greer and fort.
merit of Mrs.Nicholas Benevento as A d m i In i s t r a t i v e Vice- president Luclous Crawford
chairman. ; Sizes 2V to 16 widths AAA to EEEE
3. The scholarship winner, Over 200 styles for Men and Women
Andrew Brown; 4. Soprano
The new United Fund Building was dedicated on Thursday Harolean Storr and 5.Soprano For Free Demonstration, see your MASON
June 15, with JosephA.Hubert, 1967 UF President and George Sandra Fox and accompanist, SHOE Dealer at Joe's Barber Shop, locatedat
#. English, III, 1966 UF President, officiating. Circuit Court Arthur L. Evans. 1410 NW 5th Street.Ft. LauderdaleJoe
Judge Richard Sauls was the keynote speaker. The fraternity closed a Parker
R.
: The Community Service Council luncheon is scheduled for warm and successful year of

Tuesday, June 27th, noon, at St. Clairs Cafeteria.opposlte
Jear's Town, Ft. Lauderdale. Their speaker will be David J.I I'
Lehman chairman of the Broward County Medical Asso- NATHANIEL' STOKES TO
ciation's project "eenage and Parental Alert."Since the problems DIRECT YMCA SUMMER
about which he will speak are of great concern to all of PROGRAMMr. SUMMER SAlETop
dS, we hope for a big turnout. Please call and let us know if Nathaniel Stokes, Pro-
you plan to attend. 523-7995. gram Secretary of the North-
According to George A. Brown, regional supervisor of the west Branch YMCA has begunhis
Division of Child Training Schools, delinquent children com- second year as directorof Quality Human NairWIGS
.,
mittee to a state training school are now returning to their' the Y's Summer DayCamp.Mr. (I :
homes: under the new state program called aftercare. Aftercare Stokes who is now an official -
is a method of selectively releasing a child from train- member of the YMCA
jig school at the time when he can best benefit from the release secretaryship classified as a I
subject to supervision by an aftercare counselor. The Junior secretary pending cer-
:primary goal of aftercare is to help the child solve his personal tification i s a native of Fort
probelms in an orderly and acceptable manner. It isn't Lauderdale and a graduate of
asy for a child to leave a training school even though it may Kentucky State College, In
'eem to be his fondest wish. He may have developed a meaningful Frankfort, Kentucky. He was
relationship for the first time in his life. The process of staff sergeant in the U.S.Armyin o*$18. 9S
:hange from training school to home and community is difficult the European theatre..
and frequently results in the child again violating the law He was employed by the
shortly after his release. The aftercare program is gearedo WRBD Radion station as a Complete with! Carrying Case & Head
help and guide these youths in their adjustment with respecto salesman. He recently com-
: home, school, employment and the community.The pleted a short course In phy-
sical education conducted by Full 24 Inch LongFALLS
the Southern Area YMCA at
Golden Heights Church of Christ at 2500 N. W. 15th the Florida State University.
Court will hold its annual summer gospel meeting beginning He is a member of the Mount
Sunday, July 2nd at 11:00 am.'and continuing: nightly through Oliver Church in Okechobee,
Friday, July Utlr services will begin each weeknight, at 8:00: a member of Lampodas Clubof
xm. The speaker for these two weeks will be evangelist John Omega Psi Phi Fraternity.He .
:D. Williams from Milwakee,Wisconsin.,The public is cordially is a member of the com- y
jivited to attend all of these services. mittee advisory board of the
The Elks Lodge d T.Lauderdale boasts a fund filled weekend land branch of the EOCG(Eco- -S17 .95
of entertainment beginning Friday night, June 23rd, when nomic Opportunity Coodinatpng -
'he Broward Modeling, Cosmetology and AuxiliaryClubspon- Group) Mr. Stokes com-
,mrs a dance beginning, at 1000; p.m. On Saturday night, June pleted Clinic Training in Corrective Complete with Carrying Case & Head
;4, the Adult School of Cosmetology will sponsor a dance also Therapy, Veterans
oeginningat 10:00 p.m. Administration Hospital In'

The late Mr. Thomas Mandv. passed from labor to reward Louisville, Kentucky. He also WIGSTYLINGC
June 20th, 1967, at the Nursing home of Hollywood. Mr. Mandy served as counselor at the
vas 89 years of age and an active member of the NAACP. He Florida School for boys Oke-
.eaves to mourn a devoted wife, Mrs. Ruth Mandy and a host chobee. .
rf relatives and friends. The following persons are I SPECIAL

serving as counselors in the MON.-TUES. WED. ONLY! .
"
"I. I '
1967
Y
Day Camp Program un-
YMCA KINDERGARTEN der the supervision of Mr.
Stokes:

I OPEN ALL SUMMER AT THE Mrs. Bessie Jennings, Mal- WIGS By Mr. falters
YMCA come Higgs, Zebedee Wright,
and Miss Linda Walker. .
,; 408 NW .14th TERRACE Serving as Junior counselors -, 6011 NW 7th: ve.'I I
are: George Burrows,
FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA.
,
1\\' ,
Ted Henderson Gwen Ham
,
'I i tk
Children I 3 to 6 Years old monds, Lizz Henry, BernardWright
and Michael Wright.Mr. 751-6521
CALL JA 3-2444
FOR INFORMATION Stoker conducted a train-
V $5.25 PER WEEK LUNCH INCLUDED ing clinic for both the Junior
and senior counselors.

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Spearing with........, Little league Going Great GunsThe I


Central Miami Little League, operating in the Liberty ment, uniforms and insurance.
City Brownsville area, has been organized less than a year Clark, 31, a teacher at Poinciana Park Elementary School,
ago by a group of teachers at Gladeview Elementary School. said the league is "some thing you would have to see to be- '\
The league can't offer its players cash bonuses, says Lea- lieve."
gue President William Clark. "We can help these kids keep
SY HARRY SPEAR w out of trouble if we can keep them off the street." A prime aim of the league is gain acceptance into the na-
"We got the league started when a couple of teachers at tional Little League organization in Wllllamsport. Clark said
Gladeview got together and decided we needed to do something this would make Central Miami the first local group to be affiliated -
to keep boys out of trouble. Just from workingwith boys and with the national organization, and this is expected la
from what I've personally seen, when you let 14 and 15yearolds July. "It's Just a matter of formality now," he said. "We've
Just hang around corners all day doing nothing, they're filled all the requirments.'
going to get into trouble."
"I have a son In this league," be said. "And I couldn't
The uniforms bought by the six sponsors for the league arrived even
two weeks after play started and members of the group explain what it means to him or me. Baseball is Just an entirely -
have submitted a request to the city for more bleachers for is wonderful.new outlet" for these boys.The reaction we get from them
their field at Manor Park.
Each of the six sponsors have contributed $250 for equip-
Clark said many people have contributed time and effort,
including the employees at Manor Park. "The Miami Recrea-
tion Department has helped us 100 percent,"

Looking the


SPORTSWORLD 1 4




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BY LEO ARMBRISTER Over '



GOLFER TEE-OF IN INDEPENDENCE DAY

TOURNEY IN OCALAThe

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last drop of rain had empties itself from the waterfilled -

cloud over the Miami Springs Golf course, when four RANGE FUNERAL HOME: Kneeling Robinson.,
drenched and dampened spirited golfers made their way to the Front row, from left to right: M. Thopre, S. Jackson, J.

AL CRAWFORD SIGNS PRO CONTRACTAl parking lot to head four home. Bullard/ E. Metz, K. Lynch, K. Hughes, C. Dobson and
One was heard to remark"hope all the rain falls here now
W. Clarke. Back row: from left to right: Mr. Lynch, assistant
instead of in Ocala on July 4th. One of the others shot back
Crawford, who played for Miami-Dade Jr.College, has with ; W. Bryant, D. Thompson, M. Thompson, W.
"Don't there
be
won't left to
worry any fall in Ocala after
signed to play for the Tampa Tarpoons, farm team to the Cin- this drought-breaker were having." Mansfield/ E. Trotter, A. Chance, and Mr. Caudle,
cinatU Reds. Here are some of Al's abilities,batting average, Such the coach.
was concern over the weather conditions in Ocala
364, F. A. 980, stolen bases 41, 1965all city Booker T. Wash- and Justifiably so for this is the sight of the Fifth Annual Independence -
ington Miami Herald 1966 all tournament at Colorado finals TT1w
Invitational
; which makes a mecca of Ocala for all !
1967 all state Jr.College, extra base hits, 1967 two home runs, Florida golfers, each Independence Day, holiday for the last : :
six triples, nine doubles, bats right, throws right, brilliant five.
fielder and base runner. He is 19-years of age, lives at 1964N.
W. 3rd Ct. Miami. A local boy, we hope he makes good. MIAMI FULLY REPRESENTEDSeen

"
HOW TO JUDGE FIGHTS polishing golf clubs and packing ditty bags to ensure '
Miami of good representation were Robert Jackson Steve
While covering a good deal of fights in my time, I have been ,
McElmurray Kelley C. Wilson Ernest
Hayes Clyde
; Young,
asked what do think of that who would you have
you decisions Dennis ,
Peak, Charlie Davis, Dave and Mayme Bondu James r
4 given the verdict to.My idea of Judging a fight, would be this ,
way, or hew would you Judge them. In judging a fight, you Everett, Booker T. Hayes,Robert T.Seldon, Charles Peter-
should bear these points in mind. One, clean blows; two, aggressiveness son, Percy A.Rolle, Ira Maxwell and defenders champion Her-
; three, cleverness; four knockdowns, five fouls. bert Brown.
Make a score card so that you can set down your points and the NEGRO ATHLETES PREFER ORGANIZATIONJOBS
winner of the round as you go along,basing them on these
grounds: Clean hitting, leading with a Jab, a clean blow as a RATHER THAN UNIONSBill
SERVICE
counter punch; following up with clean punches to the body or White of the St. Louis Cards spoke out sometime ago FIRST INSURANCE CO. First row, David
head after breaking up a lead;fenting and following through on 'his stand against the move to organize Negro athletes of Wilson, Johnnie Johnson, Stephen Perry, Henry Cloy,
with a clean blow.Aggressiveness. the three major sports(baske tall, football and baseball) since Gerald Harris, coach; Matthew Lawrence. Back row:
: So many people mistake aggressivenessas then listening to comments of other noted sports personalities Alphonso Clayton, Ezio Ross, George Arrington, Michael
tearing into attack regardless of the amount of blows scor- active and inactive has given cltal"oviewpolntsu to what Negroes James, Donald Johnson and Clarence Ashley. Not Present
ed by the other man. That Isnot aggressiveness;its determi- are desirious of at the end of their careers in their respective : Williw Price, Keith Hodley, Ron Tucker.

nation. Unless the contestant employing such methods is able fields. .. (""" : ......-- ,....
to ,break through his opponents guard and Inflict punishmen. Contrary to the reports, Negro athletes do not Intend to solicit -
Rushes of this sort are scored against him, aggressiveness, a union to ensure them good Jobs In the future; rather they
making him back away, cover up orstand to swap punches would like to knowthat the same top-equality skill they employ
avoid punishment, if low blows are struck unintentionally,the in playing the game, can be augmented into their affiliated or
contest to continue, it is well to Judge how much the,Illegal ganizations.
punch has weakened the person struck,whether it has prevented Ernie Banks of the C I u b s, who is highly thought of by the
him from doing his best if in your Judgement the referee Clubs organization and is almost assured of a front office posi-
has erred in permitting the contest to go on it is only fair to tion at the end of his active play, says be is in accord with the t
make due allowance for the handicap and so Judge the remaining idea of placing Negroes in good positions for which they qualify t
rounds, deliberate holding in the clinches is foul, points at the player-retirement stage.
should be scored. Fools whether deliberate or otherwise count There are qualified Negro athletes,who could hold positions ,
more than a knockdown in the opinion of capable Judges, this in many categories, travelling secretaries, managers,scouts, t' d 4
is fair a person cannot be expected to do his best if he is incapacitated and routine front office Jobs.
through no fault of his own. Many illegal punches The Negro athlete does not want the union; but the union
escape the eye of the referee, it is up to the Judges to catch will get the Negro athlete if managment doesn't hurry to changeits L_ _...__ ..w_

these, if a fighter continues to use illegal tactics and is not precedent.
detected by the referee it is the duty of the Judges to notify that MIAMI TIMES: First row, left to right: I. Howard, L.
official. Jackson, E. Davis, D. Cox, E. Andrews, H. Johnson,
Knockdowns: This is a point on wh 1 c b so many Judges dis- OLYMPIC HOPEFULS D. Wright. Back roWD. Moss, J. Sampson, T. Williams,
agree, the value of a knockdown is a matter of opinion. How H. Sampson F.. Jackson, W. Wilson. Andrew "Chick"

badly is a man hurt, was U one blow that sent him down or a Barbara Williams 17, and Joyce Tinker 14, are prospectsfor Lee, coach.

series of blows and how long did he stay down, scoring the the 1966 Olympics in Mexico City. They are members of --_._ -------
greater number of clean hits,or when contestants of the fighter the Miami Run For Fun AAU Track and Field team and hope Ito 'i
and boxer type get together, the fighter invariably disdainsto represent South Florida and the city of Miami at the NaI! ,,1P
stand off and box instead he will press his man until he gets tional AAU Championship meet in Santa Barbara, California ,f L5'n
him to stand still and slug, if the ighter is able to beat the June 28 and 29. .
boxer, he gets credK for that as aggressiveness and ring gen- (
Both Barbara and Joyce was clocked in 11.0 seconds in an
eralship. age group meet Saturday at Miami-Dade Junior I
Fouls: This takes in low blows, illegal blows such as the College South.
wrist of the Barbara leaped 18 feet ot win the long Jump. Billy Rolle, Community -
kidney punch, rabit punch, hitting with palm or
School Diector at t
Carver Junior School
in the clinches un- High their 1. f its 1J
glove accross an opponnent's face,holding s { I 1
has coach: thinks that Joyce can run a 10.5 or 10.6. This year and
before opponent
necessary roughness, butting, hitting an
Barbara can Jump two feet better.
regained his feet or falling to the floor after a knockdown with- I:

out being h.t to a clean punch, of course, counts more than a The girls need financial aid in order to make the trip next v
series of blows.MERCHANTS. week.
I

THE Donations may be sent to Billy Rolle 3430 Wlllims Ave., .
WHO ADVERTISE IN, Miami, Florida 33133. Checks for donations should oe made
MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY arable to Miami Run For Fun Track Club. (Member of thelorlda EARL'S MARKET: First row edward Fields Donald

APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. Gold Cost Association of the AAU of the United States Clear, Jerry ,Lee, Jerry Simmons, Kenneth Blackshear,
DEPENDABLE. of America). Sylvester Wilson. Top row:Rickie Thomas, Odell Mason,

THEY ARE COURTEOUS, AU donations are tax deductible and should b la on or before Michael Jones, Marvin Monroe, Earnest Johnson, Ronald
PI,EASE 'PATRONIZE THEM! . June 26. Williams, James Calloway, coach.Tti .


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18 THE MIAMI TIME S, Fridoy, June 23, 1967 .


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front porch. On 89th St.
CUSTOM BUILT 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 years old yard, sprinkler system,
24th Ave. at $11,500 with $350
Bargain
$18,900, $1500 down, $135 mo. pays all. 3 BEDROOM. 2 BATH BEAUTY. Dining room, near down and month, FHA.
$71.52
BEAUTIFUL DUPLEX. 1/1-1/1 CBS home & income. utility room, garage, appliances. No qualifying.

$13,000, $3,000 down. $100 monthly. $1,500 down, $10,000 total. HOME AND INCOME -')WOVERIGHTIN" "
MANY OTHER CHOICES '
$69 MO. $200 DOWN. Neat 2 bedroom, huge jo- 2 b.droom.CBS and' separate 1 b'' droot on:'i 1/2'

CALL Carlton Realty (BROKER) lousied porch, dining room. Rear patio. Largelot. lots at 46th St. near 17th Ave. Tile 'r oofrn-
.,$8,000 FHA. doted porch, stoves al\d'refrigerators. Price
only $14,000, $1,000 down, $100 month '

635-3171 LARGE CORNER 2 BEDROOM. Huge Fla room,
SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
carport. Detached 2-car garage, fenced. Extra
lot. $400 down. $11,500 FHA. Modern 2 bedroom CBS, carport, enclosed front
porch, awnings, Seller will paint, refinish floors,
$150 DOWN. NO QUALIFYING.2 bedroom, large etc. to make house like new. Bargain at $10,000with
Atlantic & Pacific Realty eat-In kitchen, utility room, newly painted inside. $300 down and $62.22 month, FHA.

REALTORS It's a beauty. Only $7,000 total.
NO RED TAPE.. MOVE RIGHT IN
"IT PAYS TO BUY FROM A REALTOR"PHONF.666.0411 WE HAVE MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS
Like new 3 bedroom CBS, tile roof, large formi
$100 DOWN
FOR VETS & DISPLACED PERSONS
FOR FREE RIDE co built-.in kitchen, (jalousie windows, awnings,
SELLER PAYS CLOSING COST ;os wall heat. Beauty for $13,750, $1,000 down

Like new 3 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, extra large and takeover FHA payments, $90 mo. pays all.
lot, owning i, FHA $12,000, $400 down. $74 mo. SHELL REALTY
SELLER PAYS SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

, CLOSING COST ,4260 NW 7th, Ave., 7585551ling 3 bedroom 68th St. NW 2nd
Lovely 2 bedroom Lovely CBS on near
1 bath
CBS, Flo .
.
room, car- rr ,' .,,' ,' .' '" ,," .
port., hardwood floor, FHA $11,500, $350 down, Ave. Best location. Fla room, tile roof, jalous i I.
$71 month. windows, stove, refrigerator, large land scaped lot.
HOME & INCOME LIVE RENT FREE FHA price$14,700with $450 down and $91.40 mo.

2 CBS beauties on 1 lot. Front house, 2 bedroom, '
1 bath, Fla room, corporte, awning. Rear house, A BETTER HOME ON BETTER STREET
1 bedroom, 1 bath, Fla room, furnished, on large 1 Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. .on lovely $K
lot. FHA $15,500, $500 down, $96 month. Fla room, carport, front porch, tile roof, built-in
CLOSE IN TOWN BEST AREA kitchen, central heat, awnings, [alousied win
Lovely 2 bedroom 1 bath dews, picture window, large fenced corner lot.'
Fla
CBS, room, tile
This beauty has everythingl.FHA! price $16,500, ,j
roof, hardwood floor, dote to bus, FHA $11,500 Realty Inc.of $600 down, $101.99 month. .
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$350 down, $71 month. .

Cash Buyers, Investors. Here is a steal!! Only SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
$6,000, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, Fla room, CBS stucco MiamiRetilforj
on extra large corner lot. Hurryl! Don't miss Modern 4 bedroom, 2 bath CBS in new area i in
this bargain I Opa-loeka. House is on large lot and has been
painted inside and out. like lIanc...
Choice residence lot in fine new. ao too.
SOxlOO.Cleon.
area.
$2800.ON Bargain at$12,500, $400 down, $77.61 month FHA.


PLACED,ALL PERSONS FHA HOMES$100, VETERANS DOWN. OR DIS- BETTER HOMES FOR BETTER LIVING HOME AND INCOME MOVE RIGHT IN .*, '

We have a f few 5 and 6 unit aprtmen'LulidlagfnJf'(
2466 NW 99 TERRACE that can, be bought Ith as little as $2,5005dowa.": /,
Gorgeous custom-built 3 bedroom,2 bath, screened Live free In one apartment and collect.inconie"i
Buy A House patio, circular drive, central heat, $800 down : .front th'otheis.These'or.' all modern' ,'CBS buitd, .
Today FHA terms. a-"KIB*
payment. l"
JUirl_ >- !,neighborhoodsFind*V. 1 ja.* A -jtf7jSy*T Security(W ateiKSki I .. '
2161 NW 100 STREET
PAY LIKE RENT 1 year young.2 bedroom, custom-built doll house. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
Double $350 down FHA.
((1)) 3274 NW 68th St. $50 down. $20 wk. carporte. Beautiful CBS on 92nd, St. near 15th Ave. Fla
2140' NW 86 TERRACECute room, carport, tile roof, awnings, jalousie' win-
((2)) 1430 NW 39th St. $350 down. $90 mo. dows, wall I I to wall carpeting, air conditioner,
3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room. 2 bedroom, newly painted, only $9500 total. itove and refrigerator. A wonderfulbuy $12,500 ,
$300 FHA. with $400 down and $77.61 month, FHA.

((3)) 5430 NW 15th Avenue $300 down. 3 1941 ,NW 88 STREET >ieACahrw atlz; a, 'Ma ew9err, ,

bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room. Corner, 2 bedroom beauty, huge Fla room, carport. -' .1WAVE: : MAIIVrMrHltMa' ,. -",

FHA,terms. ,Yf11f'CAN' BUT ANY OF OUR' FHA H0M? S';FR,
((4)) 2501 NW 158th St. $300 down. $78 mo. 5104 DOWN 1F( YOU ARE A ,VEt,'OR 'Rf I4'IGe

3 bedroom, 2 bath. NO QUALIFYING HOMES rt::, .DISPLACED' AND ,IF YOU' CAN i.NALIFlf!,

2001 NW 83rd Terrace 2 bedroom, fenced, awn- r-> WE HAVE'. INCOME, PROPERTIES, ;TSSIjBROKER '
((5)) 1761 NW 68th Ter. $195, down. $24 wk. ings. $54 month pays all.


((6)) 1324 NW 58th Ter. $250 down. $24 wk. INCOME PROPERTY

Large house. Fla room. bedroom
lox.

((7) 3207 NW 68th St. $100 down. $20 wk. 2377 NW 95th Terrace. Gorgeous custombuilt

duplex. 2 bedroom, Fla room each side, huge
' ((8)) 5710 NW 7th Ct. $50 down. $2Q wk. closets 6 years new.
4932 N.W. 7 Ave.
HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWE
OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
SPECIALIZE IN HOMES FOR PERSONS
FORD''REALTyINC. Broker BEING DISPLACED IN URBAN REN EWALAREA ITO PL94371Open
MIAMIHOUSING PROJECTS, VETERANS. CAL L (i
3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595 SEE IF YOU QUALIFY. YOU'RE ONLY A EVlllngs-Suldays
, PHONE CALL AWAY. ".

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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 23, 1967 19

FOR RENTNew

CLASSIFIED ADS duplex. 2 bedroom, turn ber
STARS
with stove and refrigerator,
and Venetian 11 n d s. Private

15 WORDS OR LESS $1 l >50. 5C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. home. Will be ready June 29 BY DR. RAMAN VASHI

i DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON or 30th. 2157 NW 66th St.Call
696-0347 or OX 6-2646. J. A. Hindu Priest from Bombay India, fellow of

FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE Taylor or Miss Delores Ryles and Theosophical Yogi. Society (England), Astrologer,

Free rent plus Income. la- 8811 NW 17thAvenue

vest in a new duplex. In tine CBS, 2 bedroom, Fla room, 1621 NW 58th Street Room. Private entrance. ARIES (moon sign) Cordial with friends,family state relations -
House on lot. Zoned for apts. shower $8.50 wk. 7514309or
( )
locations. The price is right '
carport, tile roof, oak floors, and prestige high. Tact or indifference not desirable.
235-2958. (TF) stove, refrigerator, FHA is school or kindergarten. Total 6351078. Lucky numbers 10, 4, 12.
price $4800.Call owner Hollywood -
$12,000 downpayment $400.
,
SR 22's FILED (vets $100 down), $74.41 mono :: 987-4668 after 7 p.m. 1 bedroom duplex and apts. TAURUS (moon sign) Satisfaction from family, children,

Save $ E-Z terms, Auto closing costs. Be sure $16.50 to $22 wkly.Dixie Rental Health normal. Peace, gay and happiness particularly on the
Home Life. Able Insurance see today.Aetna Realty(Broker 1707 NW 81st Terrace Agency, Inc. 3203 NW 17th 28th and 29th. Lucky numbers 2. 48. and 12.

Agency, Phone: 757-5724.811 ), 811 NW 54th St., Phone: Neat frame home, excellent Ave. 633-2429.
location. FHA valuation is Lucky numbers 2 4 8 and 12.
NW 54th Street. Open 7 days. 7575724. Open 7 days. ,
$10,000. 2 bedroom, 2 bath. GEMINI (moon sign) One or another complaints you being
2511 NW 88th Street Will include nearly all furnishings 2 bedroom duplex.Adults only. of ingenious mind the past few days, Mercury your ruler in
2419
NW 81st Terrace
$27.50 weekly. Dixie Rental
CBS $9500 total FHA valua- gratis. Includes vacant your own sign, you will handle everything-nothingtobe
tion. $300 or less down pay- air CBS, 5 years new, 2bedroom, lot fenced in rear fac- Agency, Inc. 633-2429. alarmed about. Lucky numbers 3,9, and 12.
cond. heat patio FHA is
,
ment. $68 per month full payment $11,500, only $350 down.vets ing NW 82nd St., suitable for
A real clean neat home building a home. Down pay- Beautiful
large one bedroom
$100 down), $71.52 monthly. CANCER (moon sign) Expenses are above your earnings
at a bargain price. Biscayne ment $300. Low monthly pay- apt. Furn. or unfurn. Reason-
This will
one not be available against your own plan. Health normal. Family and domestic
Realty,Inc.,Broker,759-8600. long. Drive by then come in. ments. No closing cost.Owneron able rates. For information, worries possible on 26th and 27th and until the morning of the
premises (Jul 7)
Aetna RealtyBroker,811NW call 757-9931. Adults only 28th. Lucky numbers Z, 4, 6 and 3, 11.
Street .
NW 89th
2325 54th
Street. Phone: 757-5724.
CBS doll house with carporte Open 7 days. $500 Down Move In LEO (moon sign) Up to this date things have been alright but
on 90x90 lot at FHA$11,500. Lovely 2 bedroom, large Fla hear a warning you can not attort to be indifferent for the next

$350 or less total down pay- 2025-27 NW 91st Street: room, front porch, $9500total CHILD CARE few days. Expenses and concern for others are the signs of

ment. $72.16 per month plus Deluxe CBS duplex, 1 bedroom price. See: 5734 NW 4th Ave. trouble. Lucky numbers 3, and 9.

taxes and insurance.Biscayne each side,live in one side,rent Call owner: 758-8749.

Realty, Inc.Broker,759-8500. the other. Live rent free, FHA child Childcare will have in my the home.very Your best VIRGO (moon sign) You make money but you have to work

$13,700. $450 down(vets$100 of care. 7598335.POSITION harder prestige high but troubles are not easier.You can takea
ANYONE CAN BUY down), seller pays closing FOR RENT chance on the 26th and 27th. Lucky numbers 3, 6, and 12.
CBS, air cond. 3 bedroom, 2 costs. $84.99 monthly. See to-

bath, large living room, large day. Aetna Realty (Broker), Nice turn. 2 bedroom house. WANTED LIBRA (moon sign) Finest week in a longtime. Health excellent -

garage and storage. Cornerlot 811 NW 54th St., Phone: 757- Adults only. Call PL 1-1404. Senior high school math teacher lucky in anything that you plan. Spouse cordial also
fenced awnings, white tile 5724. Open 7 days. will tutor your child in children finest dates 28th and 29th. Lucky numbers 4, 10, and
roof. Circular drive Excellent math. Grades 1-12.
754-3983. 12.
2 bedroom ant. SIS wk." .Adults
condition. $21,000. Financing 1300 NW 33rd Street. 2 bed- only. Also efficiency. 5035 NW
arranged 1300 NW 91st Street. room, 1 bath, Fla room, enclosed 5th Ave. SCORPIO (moonslgn)Care necessary about health.Trouble
Call 696-9236 for app garage. Corner lot. with children. Better relations with spouse than last week. Do

$12,600. $400 down. $93 mo. 3 bedroom, 2 bath tremendous not be a I arm e d over discontent because you are sceptical.

House with character and dis- pays all. 635-5724. living room, built-in stove. Lucky numbers 4, 8, and 12.
tinction; beautiful area, con- r
$120 per month. Yearly lease. .
venient location. Unusual split Open Saturday and Sunday for NW 185th St. Seymour M.Roth t 1. SAGGITARARIUS (moon sign) There will be adverse time

level, 3 bedroom, 2 bath-, your inspection, 1-6 p.m. 2 Realtor, 6813515. with the family and friends however relief possible but not to
bedroom and bath with private bedroom CBS on lot 50x150. your entire satisfaction. Lucky numbers 4, 11 and 12.

entrance. Garage. Huge utility FHA terms only $300 down- Furn. room with private bath. CAPRICORN(moon sip Nice health social prestige busi-

room 11x16: ; 9 closets; cen- payment, seller pays closing 727 NW 65th St. 7545789. ness 'state relations or employers good. Extra money. Lucky
tral air conditioning with reverse costs. Front Jalousie porch, numbers 10, 4 and 12.

cycle; new wall to wall hardwood floors. Location: Rooms. Middle age men only. ,
carpet; new paint in and out; 1429 NW 31st Street. Fenster Preferable men work during AQUARIES (moon sign) Possible trouble from your earlier

fenced yard. Many more fea- Realty (Broker) PL 98779.Open day. To live reasonably and concern in someone's involvement. Pay bills on 24th and 25th
tures. See to appreciate. 1341 comfortably. 759-3360. for such involvement. No numbers lucky for you this week.

Little River Drive. Sunday 1.6 p.m. 1220NW

(JnSO) 88th Street. bedroom, bath, -Furn.-efficiency for married PISCES (moon sign) Finances Improving but no chances of.
CBS, carport,wall to wall car. i- .- adventure yet. Health not bad. Meet friends socially. Spouse
couple no children no pets
Manor Park, 2 story, CBS pet, built-in range and oven near school, and bus, stop in, Sports ma n' I Barber Shop worried.Bad bills or bad debts 26th and 27th. Lucky numbers

home near bus, park and large lot, in choice area.Only Manor Park. Private entrance under the management of 1, 2, 3, 4,8and12.

school. 2 bedroom, bath apt. $1,800 downpayment or private driveway. 633- Mr. Abble Smith and Mr.
upstairs. One bath efficiencydown $1,400 for veteran. Fenster 8455. Bobby Saten has employed .

stairs plus garage.Stove Realty (Broker) PL 9-8779. a new apprentice, HELP WANTED FOR SALE
and refrigerator. $9900 total barber who Is Miss
2 bedroom duplex Furn. or ,
down Now 2 bedroom, 2 baths,
$1750 assume
price. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, large Fla partly turn. Adults. Phone MU Connie Rawli. Connie
payments. $111 month pay- receive her Fla room, carporto, easy
room, double lot, separate dining 1-0325. training at School teachers and college
ments will drop considerablywith tormi.
Miami Barber
Homestead Exemption. room. $17,500 only $900 College students over 21. Earn money 7195 NW 15th Court
down. FHA payment. Drive by Large room. Single or couple. Sportman'i Barber
over vacation. Willtrain.ZibLots for talo. Houtoorbuiinoti.
ants Property who occupied have been now there by ten two 5901 NW 5th Ave., then call Liberty City area. phone: 758- Shop ii located at 6306 ler Taxi Cab Co. FR 4-6121. Cash paid for
Fenster RealtyBroker) PL 9- 8128. NW 15th Avenue. July 28
years. Call 321-7293 if inte 8779. land or hooiot.

rested. JE 8.1340
Room. Private home. PL 8-

3 bedroom, 2 bath FHA buyers in0pa-locka.0n- 4164. 1081 NW 61st Street.

Huge Fla room ly 56 a month on a beautifulCBS $250 DOWN $11 MO.
Down home. 2 bedroom, fenced
$11,900 $3,300
Good location. Adults. 2 bed
4121 NW 11th Place yard. Awnings, clean as a pin. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS,
$22 wk. Also 1 bedroom
room. EDISON 1
Owner 758-8749 FHA terms only $250 down $20 wk. NE 5-5566. tile features, now carpeting SpecialsCALL
payment. Total price 7500. stove and refrigerator -

"Chance of a lifetime" FHA, For location, call Fenster front screened porch

2 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS home Realty, Broker, PL 98779. Room in private home for sober Largo fenced corner lot. EDISON TO SEE THE FOLLOWING

with carport, fine condition quiet working man.47th St., Hoar bin, schools, shopping PROPERTIES
throughout, includes air con- area. 634-9654. and churchoi.
Attention!I ExpresswayorUrban -

and ditioning tool,room.barbecue Payments,drapes are Renewal buyers.If you are DRIVE BY : ((1)) No qualifying. $830 down. FHA already placod.

$91 'mo. Total $13,000. Don't selling your home,we have for Downtown area. Small turn. 10121 NW 25th AVENUE Off 7th Avo. in 40'.. $90 mo. pay everything.CBS .
the cleanest all furnished 3 Shown
miss seeing at 835 NW 83rd you apts. and rooms. All utilities by AppointmentWilsoihulty the roof,,oro g..
Terrace. bedroom CBS home plus extra furnished. Reasonable rates. ((2)) CBS dvplox.Torraiso floon.$400 down FHA.Near
1 bedroom CBS on same lot. 5th Avo. in 60'i.
All this for only$13,500.Driveby We cater to senior citizens. (3)) $66.78 mo. pays everything. No qualifying. FHA
Open Sunday 3-6 P.M. 634-
3221 NW 11th Place, then Mlcklns Rental Agency, 6916166OPEN mortgage already placed. Takes $1500 down. 3
4828 NW 15th Ct. 3 large bed
call Fenster Realty Broker, 0500. bedroom CBS. Near 17th Avo. in 80't.
room, Dla room,workshop and PL 9-8779. ((4)) No qualifying, lovely corner, CBS home. Beautiful
store in fenced yd.
room large modem kitchen. FHA already placed. Near 17th
Near everything. Only $695 Ave. in 90'..
down. $82 per month. Tip Top 3 bedroom CBS in Richmond ((5)) Duplex. 2 bedrooms each lido. $450 down FHA.

Realty, 685-0021. E. Harry Heights on large lot. FHA only SUNDAY H P.M. CBS, terrazzo (loan, near Miami Ava in 40.',.

Denny, Realtor. $250 down. Vets $100 down. 4828 NW 14th Court. 3 largo bedrooms, Fla room, ((6)) Large clean home with beautiful fw'mming' pool
Seller pays closing costs. in largo fenced yard. and 2 Fla.roo.. and 2 reverie cycle alrco dltlon,".
and
store room,
CBS Duplex, like new.176062NW Drive by 14861 Polk Street, workshop down. $82 month. Alto hat cottage. 2 Iota, 100x100. $15,500 total.
91st St. 2 bedroom apts. then call Fenster Realty, Hoar overything. Only $695 per -.... '-----

i each side.Near bus and stores. Broker, PL 9-8779. WE HAVE'MANT'HOMES AND DUPLEXES, FHA

Ride by and call Harry Denny, TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.

685-0021. Tip Top Realtors. 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath CBS DUPLEX LIKE NEW YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR

Drive by this beautiful split 1760-62 Hw91itStroot $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
3 bedroom, 2 bath bus and ,... IF YOU CAN QUALIFY.
level home, with large Fla. 2 bedroom apti. each sldo. Hoar Ito DISPLACED AND
Huge Fla room,porch,garage,
spotless inside and out) Ride by end call: AND SUNDAY
oak floors, fire place, huge room; OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY
wall to wall carpet, like new,
lot, large rooms, $750 down.
dish washer sprinkler TIP TOP REALTY
$125 per mo. pays all.$12,900 stove, ,
11th system, also garage, a real REALTY. ReuUors
total price. See: 4121 NW buy for $20,500. FHA terms. 6850021E. EDISON .
Place. Owner 758-8749.
: Drive by 1330 NW 90th Street.A. : .
5t 7514441THE
Refrigerator. $10. 5035 N. W. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 751- HARRY DENNY, REALTOR 11& H.W, .62nd,
2243.
5th Avenue. Apt. 3.



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I 20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 23, 1967 __

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Thousands of Liberty City areas. Telephone 633-7H3for 9:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m., Satur- :
and Brownsville youngstersare information on this program. day, 9:00 a.m. until noon. 1
literally "having them-
selves a ball" in the summer In addition to Lincoln Gar- The teen hours at North-
recreation program sponsored dens, activities are being con- western are Monday through .
by the Recreation Division ducted at: Coleman Gardens, Friday, 8:00 a.m. until 10:00
of the Metropolitan Dade N. W. 58th Street and 25th Ave- p.m., Saturday, 9:00 a.m.un-
: County parks and Recreation mue; Brownsville park, N. W,. til noon. Teen "Hops" will beheld
Department in cooperation 50th Street and 31st Avenue; on Saturday afternoons
\ 9ith the Dade County School Olinda Park, N. W. 21st Ave- from 3 until 5 at Northwestern a dt
Board and the Miami Housing nue and 52nd Street; North and the Brownsville Improve '
Authority. western Senior High School, ment Association Recreation
ti The badly needed program 7007 N.W. 12 Avenue; Browns- Building.The .
staffed by some 68 men andwomen ville Junior High, 4899 N. W.
which includes specialists 24th Avenue; Bethune Elementary program includes all
traveling from area to 2900 N.W. 43rd Terrace; phases of summer recreation

area teaching drama, dance, Floral Heights Elementary, fun from major sports to arts IINB '
baton, swimming, etc., was 5120 N. W. 24th Avenue; and and crafts, dancing, special Jk.JjI.
kicked off Monday at nine locations Earlington Heights Elemen- events, trips, day camp, picnic -,
'I in the denselypopulat- tary, 4750 N. W. 22ndAvenue. outings, and swimming.

,'j, ed Brownsville and Liberty According to Art Peavey, w
City areas. Elementary aged young Metro Parks and Recreation V.
Lincoln Gardens Housing sters may participate in the Director, three portable Instructional 1tIRL 1:

Project, 4620 N.W. 24th A ve., program at all the aforemen- swimming pools r,
is headquarters for the entire tioned locations with the exception are on order and expected
program with Center Director of Northwestern Sen- within ten days.These pools ,'
Marva Bannerman on chargeof ior High whose program is designed (for Instructional swimmingonly
parks, recreatlonareasand for teen-agers only. ) will be installed at ,
playgrounds and Bennie Moore Hours for Elementary ages Brownsville and Dorsey Jun- xi Nt
j in charge of school recreation are Monday through Friday, ior High Schools.

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I Tampa Mayor Names Call W With insurance. .
I
n Ma a i it's having every available policy_ ,

t CHARLESROGERS then picking the one
LiasonYouth Patrol)
'' I that suits your client be st.'

In a smart move Friday are needed, what can be done I I I II WWith
Tampa's Mayor Nick Nuccio to satisfy the community." AT PL 1-7502 gins..it's what
appointed five young Negro The men will work 48 hours ..... suits your taste best. I pickedGordon's.
men to keep the city fathers a week for salaries 1 of$76. FOR A GOOD BUY ON A
Informed of the Negro needsto They will eventually become PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT I find it smoother,

avoid a repetition of the employees of the police Com- STEREO OR ORCHESTRA drier, and a great mixer. "
riots that plagued the city last munity Relations Division, INSTRUMENTS.
Nuccio said. Sanders Stone President of Sanders Slant Inc..it among the ten top lift insuranttalesmen
week. \\n the country.Active in community housing, h.was Ohio's
The in The said the npresentitnt to the list Senior turn's Confortnct m Washington D.CCordon'i
youths, ranging age mayor City .. ,;,., ':'r":. 1
from 21 to 25 were leaders of Youth "deserves all the
the Youth Patrol which kept credit' for quieting the Negro {
'
violence in check during two community. They are to be ir j
consecutive nights of raging kept active and outfitted,with 0. : ?
unrest, by urging the riotersto uniform shirts as a means of '; ,
be calm. identification A downtowncivic .
Nuccio said the idea is to club has donated $1,000 +

provide a permanent vent to toward the shirts. "They are, ii'l't
the blraci a 1 Commission going to tell us what's to be,1
Community Relations for Negro done,"said James Hammond
grievances. It is an extension Negro administrator of the biracial -.i 4i
of the strategy of allowing commission. s
Negroes to work out
Negro problems that producedthe
Youth Patrol. LOOK! LOOKI LOOKIMICHAEL'S .

The Mayor disclosed, in ."yo rtt r.r..
making the announcements, KINDERGARTENI I
that five acres in the Central
RECREATION CENTER
Park Village district where the I
trouble began would imme- 14140 NW 23rd Ct. A e AWE UI
diately be turned over for recreational Phone: 688-8141 !

use. Will be open the entire !
"We never dreamed'Nuc- Summer. There will be lots
i cio said,"that we weren't reaching of games, music, outdoor ELL HAPPINESS
certain elements of the 4
I activities hikIng
: camping,
AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAYAt
community- the youngsters. sightseeing. ORDONYDIS
t the creitraadi .f Nrth-South ixpra.w.y
We had considered our com- Catering to Working Parents. ONLY 15 MlpUTIS FROM ANYWHIM MIAMI
munications to be good." Open 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon CORNER N.W. 54th ST. & N.W 3rd AVE. LLID
The five.new city employees day thru Friday. We hope 1 Phone 751-7502 LONDON Ds'r
three of them previously un- that some of you may attend Gm crttttd "IrN'71
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