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Title: The Miami times
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Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: June 30, 1967
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
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If the recommendations { citizens committee studyinghow of public schools." ;\
made Monday night by a groupof to improve public education A staff, headed by Dr.
University of Miami consul- in the area. Michael Stolee, center director

;, tants be accepted by the authorities Earl Wells, Mays High principal prepared the study which
Mays High School) JEARL had this comment to recommends;
t Goulds would not be phasedout make at the Times; Converting South Dade Senior .
as was feared last fall. "The report with accom- High School to a fouryearhigh ,
The consultants said Mays panying recommendations as school. f a

Junior-Senior High School made by the South Florida Desegregation Discontinuing seventh and t ,
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: should be completely remodeled Committee from eighth grades at West Home-

, and retained as a Jun the University of Miami was stead Elementary School and 4 ;'
ior-senior high school, and a an in-depth study with far reaching transferring these grades to
t new, four-year senior high implications If Imple- Homestead Junior High. t
school for South Dade should mented, I feel this communityand Converting Homestead Jun-
be open by 1971. the Dade County School ior High to a middle school for
'1. The South Florida Desegregation Board will have gone a long grades six through eight. rl j
I I Consulting Center at way towards applyinga formula Maintaining Miami Killlan
)" the University of Miami,made that could be useful as a four-year high school. i.lr
f. the recommendations in a report WELLS throughout the county in mat- Changing Richmond Heights ,;'

t to a special South Dade Mays High.Prln tpalIf ters relating to the integration (Continued on page 12)Ii ) ,4
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tasks which take much of
A federal grant of $482,000has up ',
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been awarded to the Dade their time.
: Miami Times Wins County Economic Opportunity lie said some trainees could MHBBBMHBBBBHB&,, j'
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Program, Inc., to train 130 of perform a potentially valuable Receives Medical DegreeRosetta I
t the unemployed poor and place service as "police aides,"

National; Public'; them with public agencies.The working to improve a communication M. Bush receivedthe her Induction-into several ,
I : money is Miami's shareof between police degree of Doctor of Medicine scientific organizations.
a national program the Lab- and residents of the Negro from Meharry,Medical Following a, year of teaching -
ordepartment is setting up to poverty areas. College,Nashville, Tennessee Brownsville Junior High .
:' Service Award Improve the quality of services The grant is only one-third onJuneJ2l96,7 ,> ';" ''VTRosetta'if School, Rosetta entered Mew"",
i: .a ; ,'. .- '.. offered by local governmental -,'' ofth9amountrequestedbutit'''; :, th&, daughter of .harry,M dtcal! College iu 19G3. fiP;
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fwrt:: ". .. ," : ''' '- agencies,,.and ,to provide -, !"l 4 pi)',fort'1t1trainltlt'! ir Mr.,and.Mrs, Charles Bush of,.,.Here she.' ,was a:member of th% ., ,V
t E d It ( William W,, Merit Awards Committee"an at "Association
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-1I4C1ty. o r unemployed 'persons salaries for the ,recruits. for Miami. Student National Medical ".4
McBride's series .on "Negro nounced that the 1967 contestwas the same time with the skills She graduated from North and a Junior mem-
one year.
Business In Miami" last year closer.points that it has to hold Jobs. of American Medical
necessary good The program, which beginsin western Senior High School in ber the
won for The Miami Times its been in the past four years, EOPI employment program July, will have an 11-man 1958 as valedictorian with numerous Women's Association.She was
; first national Merit Award at with the coveted Russwurm director, Dr. Harold Strauss, staff, Including a director, Job other honors, and was one Of three students awarded
the National Newspaper Publishers Award going to the ClevelandCall said the will be Pre-doctoral
participants counselor and clerical help selected as a debutante of Del- a Research
Convention in Cleveland and Post for the second trained as teacher aides, library ta Sigma Theta Sorority. Fellowship .in Pediatrics during
i last Friday. McBride time within three years. aides, medical technicians The office of Rep. Claude the summer of 1965.
: ceived a handsome trophy and However, the highest scorerin aides and other "sub- Pepper announced the grant. In 1962, she received the Attending the commencement -
the applause of the crowd and p o i n t s was the Louisville professionals." Trainees will be recruited B. S. degree in biology from exercises were her parents
Times publisher Garth C. Defender with ten points, the Strauss said they will free through the neighborhood West Virginia State College. Mr. and Mrs.Charles
Reeves a plaque on behalf of New Pittsburgh Courier tied professionals In these fields ters.' They must be poor and During her undergraduateyears Bush; A sister Vanesso Denise '
the newspaper.The the Cleveland Call and Post from the relatively menial over 22 in order to qualify ,' she'was selected as a Bush; andanaunt, Mrs. Bertha
Chairman of the NNPA with nine points; the Journal member of "Who's Who Sharpe, all of Miami. !
and Guide tied the Los Angeles
Among Students in American Following a one year intern-
: f.. '" Sentinel with eight points; the Colleges and Universities," ,ship, at Kansas City General
Michigan Chronicle and the Night RecreationProgram and severed as, president of Hospital, Kansas City, Missouri
Chicago Daily Defender garnered 1 she "
\ .'" Delta Sigma Theta Sorority.Her beginning July ,
,f i l, seven and six points,respectively concentrated efforts led to will specialize in pediatrics. ; )
the Miami Times,
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Milwaukee Star and St. Louis Hurt by l j
Argus tied with three points;
and the Aftro-American, Atlanta
Inquirer and Louisiana Crackdown Ordered i.
Weekly tied with two points. Cut in FundsThe .

A complete list of winners .

follows: Dade County Office of Board members voted to reject SlumlordsHousing
Class General: Excel Economic Opportunity got a a city request for$12,000for On "

lence, Judged by Paul G. Jolt this week when it learned Illumination of Wyndwood t

... cmiel 1st place,Los Angeles that it has to cut Its playgroup dPark to provide lighting money code enforcement City code officials worked
--- -- Sentinel 2 place, Cleve- lighting plan to one-fifth of its for Goulds.G. "
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of Miami have decided on the theory that Inspection
WILLIAM W. MCBRIDE W.Kilpatrick,proprietorof officials -
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page size.Local to crackdown on persistent '.
Wins First Prize EOP officials requested the Spic and Span Grocery
their first five believing
pockets of resistence of Inspecting years,
& Market at 4801 N. W. 27th
to be used to
$250,000
that would voluntarily
for code owners
Would' Settle' Increase night use of play- Ave., a board member,opposed violations large areas comply with orders to
distrubution of
i Powell the local
grounds, but Washington allocated federal funds. Eugene Miles, director of correct violations, the director ,
If only $55,000 for the the Department of Neighborhood said. :
program. "We need lights in Browns..' Rehabilitation, said that In a great majority of cases .
For Censure VoteAdam EOPI board members, in a vile," he insisted."All the tha department has filed it didn't work that way, he said. :
: special meeting Tuesday,vot- time you make big promisesout charges in Municipal Court About 2,000 cases of non-com-
Clayton Powell, still sations against Dodd were ed to put $15,500 into lighting there and do nothing." against 135 code violators In pliance have collected In the f
having the time of his life at proven. Mine were not," he projects at Dorsey Park,Lib- Kilpatrick said none of the the past eight months -- com- files of the department."We .
Bimini, said Tuesday he will said. erty City Park, Robert King playgrounds in Brownsville pared to about prosecutions have become super-
stay there except for a quick He wants no humiliating High Park and Moore Park was sufficiently lighted to allow in the previous five years. saturated with noncompliance -
trip to co-chairmaa a black public censure when he returns The balance of the money is night activities. So we decided this yearto
power conference next month but his same old postas to be used to Improve county Jle said that on the average, take stock and redirect our ,
mNew Jersey-unless he can chairman of the Educationand facilities at Mays High Schoolin '"If we want to keep the kids each case demands 15 man efforts to bringing longstanding f
\ return tothe House of Representatives Labor Committee, and his Goulds and the parks in off the street at night,we have hours from Neighborhood Rehabilitation violators into compliance.
with all the privileges office in the Rayburn Building. Richmond Heights, Perrineand to give them a place to play. staff, and has resulted Otherwise the whole code enforcement t I
Give them some place to go in the drop of exterior
accorded a Opa-locka. would be ,
congressmanof program '
is
that he really
To prove The needs of Goulds wereconsidered and let off some steam," he screening of buildings from
24 standing. meaningless Miles.
years
"keeping the faith" Bimini,
said. In the 12 months end-
Powell said he'll compromise he after the Rev. 16,600 to give quick :. ..
Powell said that recently "We're trying
Federal EOPI does not make 31 1966 to 3,700 in J
said "If ing May ,
his return Theodore R. Gibson ; .
to speed ,
up to
com-
625-pound tuna aftera attention specific
caught a
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there it funds for lighting available, the last 12 months;detailed
but would not admit guiltor we can do something
any one hour and 25-minute fight. joints brought to us by citizens
to do terior-exterior inspections I
but so ,
Washington agreed
will enable to do the talking -
try to prove his innocence."As us and not let them get lost .
able( do.I because of the efforts of local fell from 1,407 to 1,048 and ''
a compromise would The Harlem minister's, we haven't been o decreased from in the routine of things," he
the censure vote Adam Clayton Powell III, is think we ought to bridge some 'poverty officials and Rep. followups
l Dodd accept-received.same Butth.aceut -...visiting with him. .. ... oN .gaps down there' Cf aude.Pepper, ?,. ? ,'1..s.1 I t4 51689. ( p.. .. f'.l','".said."ixi ,\ 'd ."t.... .'.." 1.1


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; 2 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, June 30, 1967


; Roy Wilkins[ Calm About Plot to Kill NNPA from Public page 1 Service AwardContinued


Judged by Roy E. Kohler1st

land Calf and Post; 3rd place, place, Carol Schmidt, Michigan -

Leaders Michigan Chronicle. Chronicle; 2nd place,Tokl
Him Other Civil RiGhts
Class H Best Editorial Schalk Johnson, New Pitts-

.. Judged by Dean I. W. Cole burgh Courier; and 3rd place,
Cleveland --.Sixteen mem- But before dinner Wilkins for 58 years, said "All of us cret allNegro MarxistLeninist 1st place, Thomas W. Young, Nat Tillman, Louisville Defender -

bers of the racial Revolu- indicated he and the New York in this movement are accus- ChineseCommunist-or- Journal and Guide; 2nd place, .

tionary Action Movement, arrested police department took it very tomed to threats and realize iented organization dedicatedto Frak L. Stanley, Sr., Louisville Class VH-Best News Pic-
in New York June 21 in seriously. that they may be carried out. the overthrow of the capi- Defender, and 3rd place, tures Judged by Richard

an alleged plot to assassinate "It is very disturbing thing We recognize,this as an occupational talist system In the U. S.by Charles Leob, Cleveland Call Saunders 1st place, South-

prominent civil rights leadersand tofind out that you were marked hazard." violence if necessary." and Post. ball Bass m, Journal&Guide;

elected Negro officials, to die this weekend," Wilkins Although previous threats to In Philadelphia, police an- Class IH-A-Best Column 2nd place, Robert Williams,
apparently represent the said. the NAACP leader "have all nounced the arrest Friday, General Judged by Donald Cleveland Call &Post;and 3rd

most extreme of the extreme "But the most upsetting turned out to be harmless," June 23,of eight persons whom Miller 1st place, Walter place, Bob Black and John

elements among Negroes," thing of all is to learn that Ne- Mr. Wilkins recounted the dif- they described as members of Jones, Milwaukee Star;2nd Gunn, Chicago Dally Defender

according to Roy Wilkins, the groes were plotting to kill ficulties and dangers he en- RAM. Of the eight, three were place, Frank L. Stanley, Sr., Class VIII Editorial.Cartoon -
prime target of the reported other Negroes. We have not countered during an extended released, four charged with Louisville Defender; and 3rd -Judged by C.J. Zalmes-

conspiracy. been able to do everything we tour of Mississippi in the vagrancy and later released, place, Stanley A. Robertson, 1st place, Sam Milal, New
would like to do for our peo- 1930's while disguised as a and one h e 1 d on a charge of Sentinel. Pittsburgh Courier 2nd place
Los
"Over the years we have received Angeles ; ,
many threats. This, ple, but we have been trying. drifter Investigating the plightof carrying a concealed weapon, Class ID-B- Best Column- J. Jackson, St. Louis Argus;

however, is the first time an We've been trying hard, and Negroes displaced by a knife. Sports -Judgedby Donald Mil- and 3rd place, Wilbert Hollo-
this is very upsetting," Wilkins floods. Detection could have Robert Williams,who is now
"Doc" New Pittsburgh Courier.
alleged threat has been reported ler 1st place, A. S. way
said. meant death white racist living in Communist China, is
by Defen- Class IX Best
from a Negro group, Young, Chicago Daily Tyography
have been the first
to
Police said the fanatical reported
in
Mr. Wilkins, executive direc- mobs those days. der; 2nd place I Jim Hall, & make-up Judged by Pro-
death plot also involved plansto Mr. Wilkins cited a list of leader of RAM. He fled from
fessor Ralph L. 1st
tor of the National Associationfor Louisiana Weekly; andSrd Holsinger,
murder M. staff members and this country to Cuba in 1961
Whitney Young, NAACP
Matthews place Michigan Chronicle
the Advancement of Colored place, Clarence L. ;
executive director of the while under charges of holdIng -
Jr., volunteer local officials who
2nd Journal
place & Guide
People, told publishers attending Louisville Defender. ;
National Urban League, and had been killed in the perfor- a Monroe, N. C., white and 3rd Los
place
the annual meeting of Class IV- Public Service- Angeles
others whose names were not mance of their civil rights activities couple hostage to force the release Sentinel.
the National Newspaper Pub- Judged by Paul G. O'Friel -
lishers Association' at the immediately disclosed. : Harry T. Moore, of Negro civil rights 1st place, William Me Bride, Class X-Promotion-Judged -
James Farmer the former Florida field 1951 demonstrators.The .
Statler Hilton Hotel. Wilkins secretary, ; more Miami Times; 2nd place, Ernest by Dr. Armisleads.Pride-
head of the Racial 16 suspects were
Congress Rev. Lee
was the dinner speaker Thurs- George W. presi- M. Pharr,Atlanta Inquirer 1st place, Alma A. Polk, New
Equality, said he had been informed dent of the Belzoni, Miss., than 30 weapons, Including a
day night. ; and 3rd place Robert Pittsburgh Courier; 2nd place,
by police of the two- Branch, 1955; Medgar W. machine gun, more than a
Williams, Cleveland Call and Thomas Picou, Chicago Dally
The story of the plot against year investigation of RAM and Evers, Mississippi field sec- 1,000 rounds of ammunition, Post. Defender and 3rd place
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Wilkins' life by members of .had been told he was on the assassination retary, 1963; Vernon Dahmer, explosives, 275 packets of
Class V Best News Story- Louisville Defender.
the Revolutionary Action list. .vice president, Hattiesburg, heroin, radio receivers and -
Professor Class XI Youth
Judged by C.S. Mc- Page-
Movement(RAM) in New York Mr. Wilkins, whose organi- Miss., Branch, 1966; and transmitters, walkietalkiesand
Carthy- 1st place Clarence I. Judged by M.G. Peterson
was dealt with Jokingly at the zation has been in the forefrontof Wharlest Jackson, treasurer, subversive literature.The ,
Matthews Louisville Defen- place, Reve' Gipson Los
dinner. the civil rights movement Natchez, Miss., Branch, 1967. indictment charged that ,
In Congressional testimonymade the defendants had formed a der; 2nd place, Art Carter, Angeles Sentinel; 2nd place,
Afro-American and 3rd Robert Thomas and Roland
public last month, FBI rifle and pistol club"tobeused ;
place Robert Williams Forte Cleveland Call and Post
Director J. Edgar Hoover des- as a cover and front for legal ,
National Poverty Exhibit Cleveland Call and Post. and 3rd place,Liljann Mitch-
cribed RAM as "a highly se- possession of weapons.
I Class VI Best Feature ell, St. Louis Argus.

at Jordan Marsh"Profile

1500 NW 62nd Street Miami Florida
of Poverty," a national work, poor children partici- ,
exhibition of 450 docu- pating in the Head Start pro-

mentary photographs opens gram and VISTA Volunteers

Monday, July 3, at noon in the helping hard-pressedfami-

fourth floor auditorium atJor- ,lies.About 1J0IfJ1/1IfV
dan Marsh, 1501 Biscayne 250,000 photographsmade

Blvd., Miami. It will remainin by free-lance photo-

the auditorium through Saturday graphers ranking from a teenager ,"I InU,:.! ::,t,:' I Ii
July 15. to Edward Steichen.Other' ', 'yY" 41 .lL '-
The show is sponsored by well-known photographers Include '

the Office of Economic Oppor- Cornell Cape,Andre

tunity and the Economic Opportunity Keretsz, Bruce Davidson, ; : ; ,
Program Inc. and George Tames, Bob Adelman, SPECIAL

Jordan Marsh. John Vachon, John Dominis,
The collection, assembledat Richard S a i n d e r s, Walker
the request of Vice Presi- Evans and the late Vytas
dent Hubert H.Humphrey, has Valaitls. .r '

drawn crowds in New York, The show was produced by

Detroit, Cleveland, Chicagoand Judity Friedberg, a consultantto .,
other cities. the Public Affairs Office of '
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The dramatic photographs the Economic Opportunity in :
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depict in stark detail the varyg Washington. 'r'

1 aspects of poverty in every CHICKEN DINNER ,:, t,,:'
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group 'Mi- ,,.' (te ; ., ':'''':,t'f.
every age BOAT RIDE r'r '; '
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g ant workers are shown. The THREE PIECES CHICKEN : '/

problems of Appalachia- Sponsored by the .:' .

dians, Mexicans and Puerto Church of the ,, FRENCH FRIES J. ; ,
Ricans are depicted. TransfigurationFmDAY ; : ". .. ,...- '," '

Phases of war on poverty SLAW

programs are shown in many JULY 1 '
communities, Including Job ROLLS ., ,; :,,:, ;
Boat leaves Pier 5 at 8 .
pm "
Corps training in urban and ,:: ':, i
rural centers, Neighborhood Adults $2.00 COLD DRINK ,
Youth Corps contingents at Children $1.00 ",\."

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on._ _MIAMI___..... TIMES u...__. _Friday- -June 30. 1967 3


Top Speakers Heard at Joseph Davis, '. .,'..,,

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1', Publishers Annual Meeting Businessman Miami


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Cleveland Three of the.paper as the militant spokesman was that of the Honorable E. 4 ,
nation's top civil rights of and crusader for the R. Braithwaite, Guyana Am- A tY
leaders were in Clevelandlast Negro community, bassador to the United Nations Jailed in Haiti i
week to speak before sessions "The role of the Negro and author of'ToSirWith
of the 27th annual meet- press today is to teach your Love." Joseph Davis, a Miami
\ Ingot the National Newspaper people not only the way but the Speakers at the luncheon businessman, remains I in
Publishers Association.Dr. mechanism ot salvation," meeting on Saturday were custody in Haiti on charges
Martin Luther King set .Wilkins said. "The Negro State Representative Carl B. that he failed to pay salariesto
the tempo for the meeting at a. press must instruct and guide Stokes, who is the top candi- 779 hotel NW78thSt.workers., is Davis associatedwith 39, ,
luncheon session on Thursdaywhen the people on what is happen- date for Mayor of Cleveland; Edwin Merger, a Miami 4 W
he talked about war -- ing andhow to work for objec- and Henry B. Marsh, Mayorof Beach attorney, who operates
the war in the Middle East, in tives in the civil rights strug- Saginaw, Michigan. hotels in Haiti. '''!-,
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I Vietnam and the Negroes war gle," he added. }
I for racial justice. "While the white press 'i: .
, Dr. King emphasized the feels it must be concerned with Pepper Slumps For

j civil rights 'struggle is entering objectivity, the Negro press
, a new phase in which it must be concerned with cru- Lighted PlaygroundsCongressman
will be necessary to spend billions sading for justice," Wilkins

of dollars to overcome said. Claude summers' and curbing juve-
poverty and the effects of segregation Examples of this, Wilkins Pepper objected this week to nile delinquency, nothing is i lsl lq 1
j and to achieve true said are pointing out to the
an anti-poverty policy which being done to open up our city
I quality for the Negro. Negro who is his friend and permits the Federal Govern- playgrounds at night."
I He decried the fact that who is his foe, and instructingthe ment to"buy desks for poverty
I much of the money needed for Negro howto use the struc- programs administrators"but Pepper said he was intro-
i the war on poverty i s being ture of government to obtain prohibits it from provid- ducing legislation to provide
spent on the war in Vietnam. desired ends for I
ing lights playgrounds. that
specifically antipovertyfunds CONSTANCE HOLT D.
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TURNER ,
Dr. King said there is a need Charles Evers, unrelenting could be used to assistin
for a new "Marshall plan" of director of the Mississippi "I astonished to discover the "construction of
ad- ," Pepper said, that the night Graduates From Medical SchoolDr. .
aid to give Negroes the boots NAACP, gave a stirring illumination systems for pub-
they need if they are to lift dress at the Awards Banquet Office of Economic Opportu- lic recreational areas."
themselves up by their boot- Friday night. Evers, brotherof nity does not have -- and apparently Holt is a June graduateof is now interning at Cottage
straps. the slain i Medgar Evers, does not want -- the Howard University Medical General Hospital, Santa Bar-
Roy Wilkins, executive sec- told of the hard work and de- authority to help provide lighted The Florida Congressman College, Washington, D.C. at bara, Calif.
pointed oil that the recent riotsin
retary of the NAACP, was the termined efforts of Negroes in playgrounds for youngpeo- the "Centenial Celebration."
Tampa and other cities
dinner speaker on Thursday. Mississippi to register and ple crowded into our cities."I "have occurred at night when In addition to her parents,
Wilkins challenged the pub- vote some of their people Into wasastonlshed toflnd the playgrounds are closed She is the daughter of Mr. those sharing in the graduation
lishers to carry on the tradi- office. that, with all the talk about not during the day when OEO, and Mrs. Chas. A. Turner and activities were her priest,
tional role of the Negro news- Another brilliant address preventing riot's in the 'hot'ManKilled prefers to run itsprograms' granddaughter of the late Mr. (Fr. and Mrs.Jacobs), friends
1 and Mrs. John A. Higgs of Mi- from Brooklyn and other
ami. members of h e rfamily from
He noted that President
' In Gun Duelson Johnson in asking Congress Prior to earning her medi- Detroit, Boston and Brooklyn.
for $75 million for special cal degree, Dr. Holt workedas
summer programs for youth an analytical chemist at the Miamians who attended
A 34-year-old Brownsville 44, who lives there,when mon, who lives in the same said: "With these additional National Institute df Health, their niece's graduation were
man was killed Sunday in a gun he was accosted by Jimmie apartment house, disarmed funds, we can help cities and Bethesda, Md., and also received Miss Grace M. Higgs, Mrs.
duel in front of an apartment Lee Sterns, 39, o f 4950 N.W. him. local communities to keep a Fellowship from the Harold Higgs, Mr. and Mrs.
building. 27th Ave. An argument start- After his wounds were their schools, libraries and American Cancer Society.She Chas. A. Higgs.
ed and both men started shooting treated at Jackson Memorial playgrounds open,build swim-

Police said that Matthew hospital, Sterns was releasedto ming pools, provide special
Pickett, who lived at 3002 N.W. Pic k e tt fell dead, police police custody. Chargedwith remedial education courses
i 51st St., drove upto4501N.W. said, and Sterns received sup- first degree murder he for children, and light their Mlaml'Times
30th Ave. with Dorothy John- erficial wounds, Artis Solo- was taken to Dade County Jail basketball courts and baseball
6530 NW 15th Avenue
- - - -- -- .... ---............ diamonds in the evenings.
............................- "1 think this would be very Miami, Florida 33147

: helpful in avoiding a "long hot
: FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMODATIONS summer' and I regret that OEO Dear Sir :

AT MODERATE RATES did not ask for the authorityto
implement the President's Enclosed please find the sum of S
: CALL : proposal," Pepper said
to cover the cost of n subscription to z


-l.i ). DEiil Dorothy Leaves Estate Parker I the Mall Address Miami Paper To Times.



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Satirist Dorothy Parker left
the bulk of her estate to Dr.
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FROM WHERE I SITBY

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BILL McBRIDE


Office: 6S30N 15th Ave., Miami,.F la. 33147 Phones 6910421H. By Booker T. ha es ,
Dade Sheriff Issues
E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor The Search For
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE, City Editor
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor Civil Rights OrderTaking
Personal Quality
Member of the Notional Newspaper Publishers Association ,

PART II INNER LIGHT AND COURAGEg
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
full cognizance of the rash of racial violence takin Character takes no account of what you are thought to be, bute
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00
place in other parts of the country caused by alleged polic what you are. You have your own laws and court to judge you,

Ent.r.d at Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post brutality, ignorance of the law as it relates to individual clvi 11 and these persuade you to be what you would like to seem

Office' et Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 rights on the part of a large segment of the general public an,d Character is having an inner light and the courage to followc
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often times overzealous law enforcement officers, Dade Publii its dictates. As Shakespeare put it: "To thine own self be true,
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The Safety Director E. Wilson Purdy has issued Administrate e and it must follow, as the night the day, thou canst not then be
NEGRO PRESS believes that best
the world from racial and national antagonism America con when it lead accord > Order No. 12-67, dated June 13, 1967 false to any man." People need something to believe in. Scientific

to man regardless of his creed discoveries may shake the world, but principles of behavior
every race, or color his
According to Mr. Purdy, the purpose of the order, entitled I
human and legal rights. Hating give it stability.
no man, fearing no man- he "
"Civil Rights, which deals with Individual Rights, Freedom I
Negro Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that
1 oil hurt of Speech and Assembly, rrested Persons and the Responsibility To have a set of principles is not at all to become a starry-
men ore as long as anyone Is held back.Editor's .
of the Arresting Ofi xer, is to reaffirm: the department's; eyed drea mer, but a person who knows simply and convincingly -

determination to observe, uphold, and enforce all laws pertaining what he is here for There are certain things one has to be-

lflr ntrbooh to the individual rights of each person without regard trace o I lieve in or civilization will die,permanent truths that, though

creed, national origin, or economic status. To emple- they have their roots in the far past, are important for the pre-

ment the Dade County Chiefs of Police Association's policy sent. Finally in this array ofthecomponents of quality, con-

statement on equal treatment. sider greater-mindedness. Here is the ornament of all the
ABOLISH THE DRAFT?
other virtues. It makesthembetter, and it cannot exist with-

The Saturday Evening Post of July 1, one of the nation's From Where I Sit, Mr. Purdy, the Community Relation;. out them. A person who has once perceived, however fleeting-

popular magazines, carries a very interesting article entitled: Board, Chiefs of Police Association and all others who played j I ly and however temporarily, what makes greatness of spirit,
"The Draft Should Be Stopped." It's written by Senator Mark a part in bringing about the issuance of the far reaching: order r cannot be happy if he allows himself to be petty or self-cen

0. Hatfield. are to be commended. tered, or to fall short of the best that he has it in him to be.

Says the Senator: "For many years the merits and deficiencies There are sound standards of craftsmanship in every calling

of the draft have been debated by both the public and by So strongly do we feel that this is a definite step in the right' artist have to meet them, as do carpenters, lawyers,

the Congress. On June 30 the law expires.It seems certain we direction in bringing about a better relationship between law stenographers, operators 0 f bulldozers, surgeons, business

will extend it with some modification for another four years. enforcement officers and the general public, this column is managers, and stonemasons. Every honest calling, every walk

"In doing so we are consenting to a system that is inherently carrying the order in its entirety,and strongly urge our read of life, has its own elite, its own aristocracy, based upon excellence

unfair, monstrously inefficient, and pernicious in its invasion ers to read it well, clip and save same for future reference.The of performance.
I of the individual liberty that eight generations of Americans -
have fought to preserve. I believe the draft is basically order reads as follows: The person of quality will take delight in craftsmanship,
and whether he be building a bird house or writing a novel or plan
wrong; we should get rid of it.
"The iniquities of the draft are obvious.Critics have pointed INDIVIDUAL RIGHTSA. ning a business deal. He is impelled by his principles to do

to deferments that discriminate in favor ofthe wealthierand All citizens are guaranteed protection against unlawful well habitually what it is his job to do. That means patient

brighter young men who can go to college. Less privileged arrest and unreasonable search or seizure.B. thoroughness. This is not, as some avant-gade people would
groups suffer. Including even people from other countries' have us believe, antipathetic to expressive individuality.

"Obviously, the United States requires a sizable military Department personnel will uphold these rights by: 1. Taking Craftsmanship is a means toward competent expression rather

force," says the story. "The question is, which system of a person into custody only when there are sufficient than a brake upon it. It does not imply a sophisticated as opposed

manpower recruiting best meets our needs? In my opinion, grounds to believe that: An arrest warrant exists for the per- to an imaginative approach, nor slick work as opposed to

an all-volunteer military would satisfy these requirements far son, or the person has committed or is committing a law violation clumsy work. It does mean that there is attention to details,

better than the draft." (2)) Invading a private dwelling only when he: Has in his fundamental integrity in the work, and evidencethat the work

These are but a few statements culled from thearticle in the possession a search warrant authorizing him to do so, or hasa man knew what he was doing and carefully brought his skill to

Post. We believe there will be many readers seeing the matteras reasonable grounds to believe that a person whom he is authorized bear on the task.NextWeek .

the Senator.However,there will naturally be those who favor to arrest is within such private dwelling, or has reason : Life's greatest sufferings.

the draft We must, therefore, await the decision of the Congress to believe that immediate entry is necessary to protect a Bill Harris, manager of the Satellite Lounge informs me that
within such from death serious injury
person private dwelling or
this years moonlight cruise and dance will be the vest ever.
or, ,can otherwise legally justify, his action.((3) Confiscating With the sponsoring Society Dukes Social Club he has made
300 TEENAGERS WANTEDCity from an Individual only such property as he is legally authorized I
every effort to make it a night to be remembered. All things
to confiscate and recognizing that he is responsibleand
Manager Melvin Reese has proposed a plan that shouldbe must account for all such property. considered, it is my hope July 2nd will be a night of fun and

of much interest to our youth, especially those without a laughter. I II I


job.It's termed a "cadet" program and would employ 300 job- C, When making a lawful arrest or authorized search or

less to the Miami during seizure, departmental personnel will use physical force only
youth as apprentices City government lic facilities and available for
open public (2) Violate
when the exercise of advice and is foundto use. any
warning
persuasion
the would be from 17 20 of ,
summer. They tp years age, law or ordinance t i
by p r o m o n g the burning of draft cards.
from be Insufficient to obtain cooperation and use only the mini
coming antipoverty "target neighborhoods. (Title 50 Appendix U. S. Code Section
462) (3) Include the
of such physical force on particular
mum degree necessary any
Manager Reese said there are now about 280 unfilled civil use of remarks
inflammatory
occasion.D. related to any instance where a
service posts. clear and present danger of a riot against any person or groupof
The commissioners also agreed to seek"crash program"by persons exists.
state, county and city to provide jobs for young people in At all times departmental personnel will:((1))Show no biasor

the new Cape,Florida State park on Key Biscayne prejudice against any race, religion, or other group or in C.
Every of the
resource will be
necessary department
employed
said dividual. (2))Act, speak, and conduct themselves in such a man
Mayor Robert King High, suggesting the joint effort, it to rapidly and decisively enforce statutes and ordinances

would help the state do a great deal of needed work in the ner as to treat all persons with complete courtesy and with the which provide for the of the
protection and
rights
largely undeveloped park in add::lon to giving Miami's youth respect due to every person as a human being. (3)) Never "talkdown" perty of all citizens. (1)) District Commanders or, in their pro ab-
out-door employment. to any group or individual or engage in the use of derogatory
sence, Watch Commanders will assure that
adequate manpower -
The City Manager estimated the cost of the proposal to be terms such as: Nigger, Boy, Spic, Wop, Kike, Chink,
including supervisory personnel is available to control and
$275,000.The Shine, Burrhead, Dago, Polack, Bohunk. (4) Meet all persons maintain in
order
instance where crowds have formedor
youngsters will be paid as observers and assistants in halfway and not insolently require citizens to come to them in are expected to form.every

a variety of city departments, including building inspection,police traffic or other situations.

and fire. In order to give them a broad experience in city ARRESTED PERSONS:

employment, participants will rotate their jobs every three or FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND ASSEMBLYA.

four weeks. the to seek redress of A. All citizens, in keeping with our democratic processes,
The Southern Christian Leadership Conference and the All citizens are guaranteed right
NAACP called on the City Commission on Monday seeking employment grievances by: (1)) Freedom of Speech,(2) Peaceful Assembly, are guaranteed certain basic constitutional safeguards. These
safeguards will not be denied any citizen even though he has
for 1,000 teenagers this summer to work in the park ((3) Peaceful Picketing.B. .
committed
is
or suspected of having committed a criminal act.
and Recreation Department.
The rights set out in Section III-A, while fundamental in

FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGEThe our democratic society, do not mean that everyone with opinions B. Departmental personnel will at all times be aware of a

federal government's Department of Housing has loan or beliefs to express may do so at any public place and at prisoner's rights and will: (1)) Permit theprisoner to commu-

ed the Florida Memorial College$1.5 million which will be used any time. The constitutional guarantee of liberty implies the nicate with his attorney and a member of his family by mak-

for building dormitories to accommodate 82 men and 120 existence of an organized society maintaining public order, ing a reasonable number telephone calls.(2) Expedite all
without which liberty itself would be lost in the excess of an necessary processing so that the prisoner will be detained no
women students. Work on the plant will begin the latter part of
this year. archy.: The exercise of these rights must not:((1)) Conflict with longer than necessary. (3)) Never use force orcoercion seek

the governmental responsibility to keep public streets and pub- ing admissions of guilt confusions..((4)) The following warning

THE LEGISLATUREGovernor must be read to a subject before interrogation: (a) You
have a right to remain silent, the Constitution requires that I
Claude Kirk is having quite a time of it with the both radio and television are needed for the educational job inform
so you of this right and you need not talk to me if you
appropriation bill In fact there seems to be two bills one totals -
,
which must be done.
do not wish to do so. You do not have to answer any of my
'more than a billion dollars. The Governor is opposed to For the first time Congress is in a position to extend financial questions (b) Should you talk to me,anything which you might

new taxes and might use the veto. help to noncommercial radio. A provision to this: end is say in answer to my questions can and will be introduced into
However, there are the increase in teachers' salaries and included in the Public Television Act of 1967 would be a bad evidence in court against If to
you. (c) you want an attorney
other items to be considered. setback if, through lack of public or congressional interest, be present at this time or anytime hereafter are entitledto
you
The Democratic dominated Legislature feels that the needsof the provisions on non commercial radio were to be cut out. such counsel. If you cannot afford to pay for counsel, we will
the state especially in education were too important to hold
on noncommercial radio were to be cut out. furnish you with counsel if you so desire. Do you wish an attorney
the tax line at this time. As Fred W. Friendly, Ford Foundation advisor, said:"Edu- at this time? (d) Knowing your rights as I have related
The Governor has until Friday midnight to act on the bill
cational television will show us the picture eudcational radio them
; to you, are you now willing to answer my questions with
passed by the Democrats, and which totals $1.373 billion. will stir our imagination. Together, they can-and must-play out having an attorney present? (5) Recognize and respect theprisoner's
F 10 rid a' s Income for the next two years is estimated at
dynamic part in the communications revolution I'm delightedto right to refuse to give evidence against himself.
$1.335 billion. It's certain the Governor and the Legislature see educational radio's new forward thrust."

will solve the financial problem. It must be done. It is not generally known, but noncommercial educational RESPONSIBILITY:

radio regularly provides tens of thousands of tapes to com

HELPING EDUCATIONAL RADIO mercial stations yearly and at,no charge other than for handling A. Each officer will familiarize himself with the laws and

. The United States would experience a serious educational fees. Thus educational radio not only pays a vitally need department regulations pertaining to civil rights to insure his:

I and cultural loss if educational radio were forgotten in.the gen ed cultural role on its own, but also enriches the whole field ((1) Recognition of each person's civil rights. (2) Compliancewith

eral rush to help educational television. Yet this is a present of radio. It must continue to be able to do so.Christian all laws and department regulations relating to civil
I danger if Congress and the public are not brought to see that Science Monitor rights.

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i i ToBe Equal CONSCIENCEBY EOPI Legal ServicesBY


HOME BOY
GWEN CHERRY, CENTER ATTORNEYWe
) by Whitney M. Young Jr. Freedon is not Free Clip this article and send it with your

letter to the legislator of your choice; serving in the Legal Services Program, do not encourage

I 1E3tedutIveDirectorNational I Urban League THE FLORIDA SENATE Tallahassee, Florida. Senators, divorces; quite the contrary we favor reconciliations
BBB whenever possible. Only in the most extreme cases and those
Edmond
J. Gong, Robert M. Harverfield, Lee Weissenborn,
Summer In The Ghetto-"Hot" Robert L. Shevin, GEORGE L. Hollahan, Tom Spencer, Ralp k persons having ooe merit intheir contentions,as well as those
Poston, Dick Fincher and Dick Stone. who qualify under our standards will be entitled be grantedthis

type of relief. Other sources are employed to aid personsin

Or "Cool ? HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Tallahassee, Florida. solving marital difficulties prior to filing a divorce com

Representative Maxine E. Baker, Maurice A. Ferre, Carey plaint. Some of these utilized by our officers are;
Summer need not be a period of emptiness. need not be a
Matthews, Louis Wolfson, II, Kenneth M. Myers, Murray H.
time of violence and racial tensions.We
t .
Dubbin, Gerald Lewis, Richard Pettigrew,Sandy D'Alemberte, The help of your minister or a minister in the community
seem to be slipping into a tragic summer tradition of Jess Yarborough, Walter W. Sackett, Jr., Harold G. Feather- to talk and counsel with both parties and see whether or not

riots and fear. The gulf in understanding b e t w e e n the races stone, Vernon C. Holloway, Jeff D.Gautier,Robert C. Hector, adjustment may be made and help given to individuals who are

seems to be widening and communication is becoming more Robert Graham, Robert Hartnett, Elton Gissendanner, Mar- otherwise unable to solve marital problems.
difficult.
shell S. Harri Carl A.Singleton,George Firestone and DavidL.
This is serious situation and it's to take the
: a very going Service facilities
Brower. Family where qualified family consultantsare
best efforts of people of goodwill of both races to solve. The available for consultation and
"t i counselling, individually as
first has to be communication. The white must
step majority
To THE DADE DELEGATIONFrom well as collectively with members of the family group.
\ make the effort to understand that the frustrations in the ghetto

I run deep and the serious problems of the urban poor have to be : The Negro Democrats of Dade CountyRe We refer persons to private family counselors often times

solved. They must be as strong in their condemnation of the connected with various religious groups, such as: Protestant,

exploitation of the ghetto which results in riots,as they are of ; Districts Social Welfare Services, Catholic Welfare Bureau, Jewish

I the riots themselves. Family and Children Services, Community and Family Ser

J And Negro citizens will have to strive to control those among Fellow Democrats vices of Dade County.If .

them who think violence can cure social ills.It can't. Violence :

only begets more violence, and the Innocent are the ones who after employing all available means accessible to our
When victory was assured we sent each of a telegram con-
are usually hurt. you clients, no solution is reached, then we may go forth with the
gratulating you on your victory and asking you not to forget us
in proceedings.
There are some"c rash programs under way various
in Tallahassee.Who .
ghettos. summer jobs programs, temporary recreational
Briefly, we shall discuss the grounds on which we may go
facilities and others -. which some cities have set up to try
I are we? We are the unbought Negro voters of Dade forth onadivorceln Florida 1. The first ground listed last
"cool. But don'tsolve
to keep this summer temporary measures
sudden County, who voted ninety plus percent democratic in order that week was "that the parties are within the degree prohibited by
of
anything. When ghetto-dwellers see a flurry
you may be in the Legislature. We believe, then as now, that law." This means man may not marry any woman to whom he
interest in June and see indifference to their fate return in Sep-
the Democratic Party is the lesser of the evils, to progressin is related by lineal consanguinity or blood line, nor his sister,
tember they understand that the reason for this interest is
race relations in Dade County and the State of Florida.We nor his aunt, nor his niece. The same rule is applied to a wo-
merely to keep the boiling point low.
man. This 1 s considered as incest.The marriage of any of the
Racial problems have to get year-round attention and the
further believe honorable Solons,that vested interest,bigo- above mentioned relationships is incestuous and constitutes a
vast potential of the disadvantaged must be to use. Governmental -
try and prejudice haveno place the hearts and minds of the void marriage. One is permitted in Florida to marry his cou
action to end poverty and discrimination have to be joinedby
noble men and women who grace the hollowed halls of our State sin.
private and individual efforts.
Legislature. Laws should be made to guarantee the right to
Business will have to change its hiring practices which made life, liberty and happiness of all Floridians, irrespective of 2. The second ground we shall discuss is Impotence. Impotence
Negores the last ones hired and first fir e d. Some com-
means inability to copulate or have intercourse and does
race, color, creed or previous conditions of servitude.We .
panies have set admirable records in hiring minority group not mean s t e r ili t y. Impotence may be said to be natural, if

citizens, but others haven't gotten the message yet.Unions will also believe your Christian hearts abound with Christian there is a malformation or organic defect existing at the timeof
have to shape on this front too.Citizens will have to
up groups marriage.
charity, thus you epitomize the Godly act Doing unto othersas
get behind efforts to improve slum schools and end segregated "
housing. Every institution and individual will have to con you would have them do unto you. 3. Adultery as ground for a divorce has been held by the

tribute his bit to solving the problem.But courts to mean a normal intercourse by copulation on the partof

thats long range. What about now, this summer? Lady and gentlemen, our county and state cannot progress ina either party to the marriage with another man or woman.A .

Well, if we have to do things piecemeal, every city must put political atmosphere of Freedom and Slaves. His your dutyas wife proven guilty of this offense is held not to be entitled to
members of the Democratic majority to set the record "
everything its got into the ghetto. Public services have to be alimony. "i
straight. To do so would insure the Democratic party a bountiful -
created and substantial efforts made to
improved, jobs some harvest in 1968. 4. Extreme Cruelty is unlike adultery,a single act of crueltyis

visibly Improve life in the ghetto. not in Itself sufficient to obtain a divorce, even though that

Perhaps the most important means of reducing tension is for We further believe any bill dealing with apportionment of the single act took the form of physical violence. Mental Crueltyis
the to act toward residents the act toward
police ghetto, way they Legislature should be' drawn allowing counties''with' one or a ground provided the cruelty was such that it extended overa
, id richest of town--
people the part with'respect. Every more Senatorial districts to sub-district into specified districts period of time, threatened the health of a party or actually

major racial riot In recent years began with some police action adhering to a geographic and population formula for the injured it and made the marriage unworkable and unbearable.In .
which was ill-timed and ill-advised.
purpose of representation in the House of Representatives.The .
In well-to-do suburbs the policeman is looked upon as the an opinion rendered by a Florida Court it stated It is a

nice man who helps children across streets.In the ghetto he is Negro Democrats of Dade County matter of common knowledge that mental pain and suffering,

too often known as the man who is too quick with an Insult and --- that thing commonly called "worry," is one of the major af-

who relies too often on the power of his billy-club or pistol. flictions which results in the destruction of both mental and

minority of policemen harm honest officers extorting PHIL OSSOFERI physical health. It affects every vital organ and probably results -

money and getting rakeoffs from illegal activities.The ghetto- in more mental and physical wrecks than any other one

dweller resents these abuses. Too often the police are seen have mentioned a numberof qualified. Some applicantswere affliction." Here, the wife was granted a divorce for cruelty

more as an occupying force than as protectors.This times that I believe this Is turned down because they without any physical violence and threat to health and life.

is unfair to the majority of policemen who are honest the Age of Truth, when, as the were Masons, but they had no

and who do treat citizens with respect.But the tinderbox of bit- beloved Jesus said, we wouldbe difficulty, finding nonsmokersand 5. Habitual indulgence by a party in violent and ungovernable

terness in the ghetto is too easily set off to allow officials to guided unto all truth. I have ministers willing to ignore temper Is our fifth ground. If the guilty party has displayed -

take their chances on police abuses going unnoticed.Ghetto patrolmen read much about certain South Africa's rigid apartheid toward the party requesting the divorce, temper so as to

should get intensive training in human relations and Southern churches refusing to (segregation) system. render life an oppressive and intolerable burden, making it im.

should be picked for their sensitivity the feelings of the peo- break down color barriers, Well, it seems that the announcement practical to perform marital duties under the burden, this may

ple in the district. And police commanders should follow the and I have felt that perhaps the of the restrictions be sufficient to grant the divorce.

lead of more enlightened police chiefs by not massing large churches, which should be the triggered an angry response
6. Habitual drunkenness is the excessiveuse
Intemperance or
groups of their men when an incident occurs. Often a small leaders in breaking down from socially conscious
of alcoholic It is the habit of becom-
Incident which could have been h a n d 1 e d by a few patrolmen, these barriers, would be left Southern Baptists. One leader beverages. persistent
intoxicated from the of drink.
ing use
gets out of hand and develops into a full fledged riot when masses behind in this battle for truth, asked, "When the Lord has strong

sent to the Restraint and the truth that all spoken so clearly concerningthe
of police are scene. common men are equalin
7. The Desertion of a husband or wife by the other party isa
sense are prime virtues which should be drilled Into our law the eyes of God.A sin of racism, how can His
( ) ceasing to live together and have sexual relationship for a
officers.I'd people not to proclaim
enforcement recent article in one of our agree period of at least one year, (b) a refusal to renew such rela-
"
like to see summer become a time of peace again, and I His whole gospel?
shows tionship and (c) the voluntary separation by one party withoutthe
hope
weekly magazines ,
hope that the irresponsible people who start these Incidents, Another leader, Dr. W. R.
for Southern churches and reveals consent of the other and without justification. Desertion is
and this cool.LET'S Grigg Southern Baptist Con
both whites Negroes, keep summer r
the changing attitudes of vention liaison officer of the not to be confused with failure to support.

their leaders.The article tells all-Negro National Baptist

of a request made by the South Convention, labeled the agree- 8. A divorce obtained in another state or country usually entitles

African Baptists, asking the ment "detrimental" to Baptist the other party to a divorce. However, you should con t

TALK POLITICSBy Southern Baptist Convention'sHome evangelism, both in the suIt with a lawyer to determine your status under the law.
Mission Board to send
U. S. and in Black Africa.
NORMAN E. JONES over a team of U.S.preachersto tote discussed is In
These reactions caused the 9. The last ground Bigamy. order to assert
help in a crusade for con- that fact there must be of existence
Home Mission Board to drop proof the of a prior
REVOLT OF THE NEGRO MASSES AGAINST THE ENTRENCHED
verts. Attached to the requestwas
out of the cursade. Dr. Grigg marriage, be it formal or common law.Then the party assert-
SYNTHETIC NEGRO"LEADERSHIP" AND ABSENTEE
a list of three restrictions the with sufficient then be entitled to
commented, "We ought not to ing ground proof may an
ECONOMIC EXPLOITATION ; visiting preachers must have people in South Africa or annulment or divorce depending on whether or not any children

Forecast of "Economic recolts" in the Negro com not smoke, nor be Masons, nor anywhere else telling us what were born as a result of the union.

munities were predicted ina book,"an Economic Detour" pub- mention racial Integration in to preach." I think: he pointedout

lished in 1940 authored by M. S. Stuart of the Universal Life their sermons.
truth that
an important ;one The grounds as discussed are the only reasons acceptableto
of Tenn.The foremost
Insurance Company Memphis, authorityon Evangelists working for the we are to be guided into in this the Florida Courts to permit the legal separation or dissolution

Negro economic development. (quote) Home Mission readily accept Age of Truth, that we must let of a marriage. Florida has been most generous because

"The colored race is neither superhuman nor marvelous." ed, and finally signed up 86 God, and not man, tell us whatto here one has a total of nine grounds for a divorce. This
This spending from itself: Spending "across the river
away ; white volunteers who fully do. may make it particularly difficult and create a hardship on the
this constant economic drain will sure, and soon,place on the
person desiring a divorce. However, this is not the case in
doorsteps of this nation a ragged, relief-dependent, disease-
communications between
By reason of their tight control of the Florida.A .
demoralizing humiliating unit of its population in a
spreading, government officials and private philanthropic foundations

plight that will mar the whole picture of democracy." on all levels this "Negro leadership hierarchy" which pre-requisite to filing for a divorce is the resident re

No more than any other group can the Negro survive in takes credit for all alledged progress is by the same logic of quirement. In Florida the party desiring the institute proceeding

decency, deprived of the reactive benefit in employment from theirs, equally responsible for the guilty of these "economic must have been a bona fide resident in, the State at least six

his buying power" end of quote riots." month prior to the filing date.This requires actual bodily pre-

J Thus the Negro leadership which advises the white power This synthetic, which power structure endowed Negro lead- sence in the place combined with a freely expressed intention

structure "what the Negro wants" and alledges tobe the "Ne ership oligarchy dominated by the NAACP has no base in the of remaining permanently or for a definite time.Whenever

lead each otherand of course these two elements combine a legal residence is created.
i gro spokesmen" by reason of their conomic" ignorance has Negro communities they only ,
been guilty of fomenting "economic disturbances" be the ruling white governmental hierarchy. Their mis-leader Thus, a party must establish a legal residence of at least six

cause of their ill-advice to the power structure. ship is bearing bitter fruit. months in order to bring action.THE .





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To all school drop-outs (grades 8 12) are you interesedin -ii
completing your high school education? If so, register now [.
+ for the preparatory class for high school diplomas. Classes By Gwendolyn Laverne Ross
being July 3rd, at B. T. Washington. Contact Mr. Clifford
Bufordyne Rahming and Robert Lawson were wed onSatur-
Matthews, 377-2536.
i day evening, June 17, at Martin Memorial AME Church. :
i Clubwomen come In assorted shapes and sizes, but all are i The bride, ra d I a n a in a white Mexican wedding dress and :
wide-awake and conscientious and combine a rare blend of mantilla, carried two white orchids. Her maid of honor, Miss
worldliness with a hometown touch. Cathina Aiken, wore a white lace dress with yellow accessories 1
Friendliness radiates from the club leader, even to those .
5 who oppose her. She displays confidence though she may be Victor Saunders served as best man.
shaking a little inside and the light in her eye is not just Reverend R. H. Johnson officiated at the ceremony.
starry, it's a gleam of purpose. Following the marriage, the wedding party moved to the
r A clubwoman has knowledge, imagination,courage, hope and bride's home, at 14700 Pierce Street for the reception.
that all important ingredient patience. Bufordyne, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George ;
And soft was as all roads led to Lake Wales where the 59th ) Rahming, is a June graduate of Mays High School. She plansto
annual meeting of Federation of Women's Club held it's meet- "I' enter Miami Dade Junior College in the fall.

Ing the Walebilt Hotel. Mrs. Alice Moore of West Palm Beach Mr. Lawson, also a Mays High graduate, is the son of Mr.
ispresident. and Mrs. Ray Lee Lawson of 14701 Pierce Street. He is pre-
Clubs of Dade County with members in attendance were sently employed at Doctor's Hospital.
Royal 20's, Cwest,Sunshine Community,Royal 59ers, Friend- Kick off the long Fourth of July weekend by attending the
ship Garden, Phyllis Wheatly,Idle Hour,Leche Art and Sweet- dance being given by the Richmond Civic League and Men's
hearts of Roses. Three sets of Junior clubs: Roy a Ii tie s, Club on Saturday night, July 1, at the Cutler Ridge Civic Center -
Cwesties and Sunshiners. Music by the "Bosa Nova Band" will make the evening a
Clubwomen attending the meeting were Vera Clark, Eunice ';) t' gay one for you and your favorite date. Dance time is 8 p.m.
Clemmons Lucille Chavis, Myrtle Davis, Ada Belle Dunn, Eli- ',-' .,. ,> I. Mrs. Ned Roberson (Beulah) and her niece Dawn Thomas,
zabeth Espy Curtis, Iona Dukes,Alma Harris, Ermantine Hol- 'I, "' ', Jetted to St. Croix in the Virgin Islands on Sunday, June 25.
ton, Mena Jackson, Mary Lou Nixon, Marie Price, Josie A' .: .1tt :
If : :: During her two-week stay with her mother,sister, and friends,
Roberts, Gertrude Perkins, Annette McNeal, Wilhelmina \ > I ,' she will re-visit many of the familiar landmarks on the island.
Sands, Georgia Rollins, Esther Scott and Mary Ellen Simms. Miss Mary Helen Gardinerof received a Sigma Gamma Rho
Girl Scout Troop 409's graduation ceremony honoring the 1760 NW 71st Street is a recent scholarship and a John F.Ken- For Dawn, it was a return flight. The trip ended her year-
seniors scouts take place at the Carver. Y Friday, June 30, at graduate of Miami-Dade nedy Scholarship Award and-a-half stay in Miami. She recently completed her sixth
8:00 p.m. Junior College. She is the grade year at Richmond Heights Junior High School:
Helene Smith, teacher at Dunbar Elementary is enrolled in daughter of Mrs. Clearie Gar Miss Gardiner has receiveda You're never too old for a carnival,especially the one being
the summer session of Indiana University.Mr. diner and the late Mr. GeorgeH. scholarship to attend Barry staged by the Juniors of Second Baptist Church on Saturday,
and Mrs. John K. Scott and daughter Joan of Jackson- Gardiner, and the niece of College in September. She July 1, from 2 p.m. until. For a small fee, you can ride the
ville were recent visitors to our city. Mrs. Milicent Culmer. plans to major in psychologywith ferris wheel, the merry-go-round, and if you have a strong
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Wareham were host at a dinner After graduation from North a minor in elementary heart, take a tour of the funhouse. Games such as horseshoesand
party for their grandchildren. (Yvonne Pompey and Martin C. Dade High School in 1965, she education. bingo will be played,but Softball games for youngsters and
Dunn) June graduates of Miami Northwestern and Carol City. teens will take the center ring. There will be something for
Canon Cooper, uncle of Mrs. Warehamafriend Patricia Deal everyone(Eats, tool!), so don't miss it!The church grounds are
and cousins of the honorees were guests. Carroll Jakes WedsL. located at 11111 Pinkston Drive.
,,t Mrs. Daisy Roach of Nassau, mother of Mrs. Irene Burrowsand
(Mrs. Estine Kemp and sister of Mrs. Mae Monroe pass- B. Major Choir No. two of Martin Memorial AME Church observed its
ed away on Monday. Funeral services will be held on Sundayin seventh anniversary will an afternoon program Sunday, June
( Nassau. The marriage 0 f Carroll E. Included in the wedding 25. The program was highlighted by the history of Negro hymns
Wedding Bells rang for Valerie Fisher and Leroy Mathis,, Jakes and L. D. Major was party were Matron of Honor, given by Mrs. Maxine Ford. Musical director for the choir is
} Sunday, June 25th at St. Agnes Episcopal Church. solemnized on Saturday, June Mrs. Mary Hightower, sisterof Mrs. Laura Palmore.
Girl Scout Troop>> 377, Mrs.Norman(Myrtl Bullard, leader 17, at Mt. Zion Baptist Church the groom, and Best Man, Following the program, choir member Mrs.Benjamin Wal-
left by Trailways Bus, Friday, June 23rd for Savannah where with the Rev. Edward T, Gra- Fred Judson. Misses Elveeta ker (Doris) and her husband gave a dinner party for the other
1 they'll visit Juliette Gordan Low's Urthday. They returned ham officiating. Timmons, Barbara Woodard, choir members. The date also marked the couple's 26th wed-
home Tuesday June 27th. The bride, daughter of Mr.and Deborah Wilcox, Phyllis Wilcox ding anniversary. .
Thirty-one girls and four adults,(Mrs Norman Bullard, Mrs. Mrs. Thomas M.,Jakes of were bridesmaids.Ushers, Make the holiday a,happy l one' drive safely! ', .
,t E. Bryant; Mrs. L. Bethel and Miss Bertha Sandilands) reportan 1506 N. W. 70th Street, Miami, were Larry Bailey,John Reed,
enjoyable trip. graduated from Miami North- Wallace Reed, and Alfred
Back in their 68th Street home after touring the northeast, western Senior High School in Scott, Little Miss Andrea
Charles and Lillian T ram m e 11 and son, Carl are glad to be the class of 1967. Booker was the flower girl and
home with their pets(dogS)"Major' and "Peanuts." The bridegroom, a native of Bobby Simpson was the ring
Mt. Tabor Baptist Church is the scene of Patricia Burke Shellman, Georgia, is the son bearer. WOOLWORTITSCotton
and Ranzer Turner's approaching marriage on Saturday July of Mr. and Ms. B. L. Major. After a brief honeymoon,the
8th.Orchids After graudating from hfeh couple will reside in Miami.
to Women in Community Service(WICS)of Miami school, he attended Tuskegee Gowns for the bride and her
who have ended another year of recruiting and screening girls Institute for one year before attendents were designed by
for the Job Corps. serving in the Armed Forces. the House of Balfour. '
WICS also established a Job Corps Graduates Club, Job I
Corps Mothers Club and a Big Sister program. plaining or sighing over the inaction or misaction of the city
Religious heritage of American, established in 1951"to fathers or the UN, or over the misery in the city ghetto. Con-
combat a decline of religious values and serve as a constant cern in this context means action. I
reminder of the nations roots in religion," will hold its 17th The coming together of individuals in responsible volunteer I
annual pilgrimage and awards dinner tonight (Thursday). participation is essential to the solution of community problems -
Marian Anderson, the noted contralto, will travel from her k r "
Connecticut home to present the Church Women of the Year Leon Ferguson of Baxley, Ga. is visiting his mother, Mrs. j a'' *x t
award to Mrs. Marcus Kilch of Ydungstown, Ohio, presidentof Harriet Outen.
Women in Community Service and former president of the Joyce Leona JoiU'.on; and Deotis Tucker exchanged wedding
Natinal Council of Catholic Women. vows Sunday afternoon at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. !4. o S
Friends of Earline Rogers are sending get-well wishes to Last weekend Sue Francis and daughter Dannysue along with
Christian Hospital where she's undergoing eye-surgery.Ruby Linnie and Alonzo Fannin were in Jacksonville to attend the otf
Marks Reddick her roommate is improving and hopes to be funeral of Dan's mother, Mrs. Bell Francis .
going home soon.REGISTER Mrs. Agatha (Sands) Simmons of New York City planed downto : a 1g;
YOUR DAUGHTER FOR GIRL SCOUT DAY Miami to take her ailing mother, Mrs. Lillian Sands home
CAMP TODAY Telephone: 4446554Mr. with her. Mother and daughter returned on Monday.Mrs. .
Fred Pompey and son, Douglas have returned to New Mattie.Arnold vacationing with her daughter and sister
York City after attending the graduation of his daughter, from Leesburg, Georgia.J. .q. ,
Yvonne from Miami Northwestern. Hartman Taylor, Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hartmon .
Mrs. Dutchie Robinson of 347 N. W. 17th Street returned Taylor, Sr. celebrated his birthday last Sunday June 25.
borne after vacationing in New York and babysitting for daughter Harry Belefonte has signed a two-week contract for$100,000to
Vivian Lewis who was on a European tour. Granddaughter open the new Statler Hilton Plaza hotel on Miami Beach Dec. t
Kathy Thompson accompanied her grandmother to Miami. 15. Last time Harry played the Beach was in 1962 when he got
Happiness to Michael Robertson, who is spending the sum- $50,000 to a 10-day engagement at Eden Roc. , )
mer in New York with his father. Mickey Jetted along with cou- Among those who attended "An Afternoon Sip, Snack, & -
sin, Douglas and uncle Fred. Chat" given by Miss Johnnie Mae (Jackie) Robinson at the
Get well wishes to Eddie (Sonny) Williams, Delores Allen, home of Mr.and Mrs.Walter Collins were:City Commissioner broadcloths
Clifford Adams, Ada Bailey Louise Rolle, Bernice W.Johnson Athalie Range, Robert H. (Bob) Simms, Bill Wynn, Barbara
Little Tia Smith and Carrie Howard. Gross, Harriet Fischell, Mr. and Mrs. Horn, Earl F. Gleen,
Barbara Williams and Joyce Tinker,will represent Miami's Phil phillipsEmmaj. Lewis, Mr.and Mrs.Walter Collins, Sr., JAMAICA SETSFashion
Run for Fun Track Club,at the National Women's and Girls Betty Moss, Anita Terranova, Anita Cole,Janet Marshall,Ada
AAU track championship, at Santa Barbara, Calf. Williams, Jonathan Thurston, Mr. and Mrs.Clyde Fryer,Lula
The Lincoln National Bank of Miami is sponsoring the Mi- Fryer and Ora L. Wilkerson. The Superb Buffet was arrangedby
amians. Mrs. Cornelia Gleen. go-togethersl Sol
Congratulations to the Liberty City CommunityCouncllwho Officer Robert (Big Mike) Taylor and Evelyn of 1825 N. W. id color Jamaica with
are concerned about their children's need and mapping plansto 52nd Street, are celebrating their 20th wedding anniversary, print belt. Matching print 299
present to the Welfare Planning Council. Mrs. Bertha Coch- July 1st.
tuck front shirt sleeve
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ran and the Welfare Mothers Delegation is an ACTION group.
Keep up the good work. MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE less style. Others! 10-18.
Wedding anniversary greetings to: Mr. and Mrs Robbie
MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
'I Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Childs, ,Mr.and Mrs. Larry Hall
h and Mr. and Mrs. Otto McQueen. APPRECIATE. DOINGBUSINESSWITH YOU. YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE AT
What is a volunteer? THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.
K j' She is a concerned member of society.She is one out of four PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!
I of all thepopulation. 'Concern'means more to her than come VlOOLVlGRTH'S'I

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Tj' I Benefit Patriotic Pageant I

w ckV at Marine Stadium July 4

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A two hour patriotic pageant
; GALA JULY 4th
j* concluding with fireworks will
I be presented In the City of Mi- COMMUNITYCELEBRATION
| ami's Marine Stadium at 7:30
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BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING E going to V a r i e t y Children's celebration sponsoredby

LINE-0-TYPE 5 Hospital. the Community Action

!: The program is sponsored Board and Booker T. Wash-
( THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Did tonsorial artist Horace | by Variety Club Tent 33. ington Community School will
(Moose) Davis 'your friendly< barber' and his sweetie-pie get | 3: George MacLean is chairman be held at tha Miami Stadium
hitched Tuesday as planned? If so,look for a 3 and Julian Cole is producer- this coming Tuesday,July 4th,
( reception Sunday at 3230 N. W. 51st Street g director. at 2:30 in the afternoon.
...
about 6p.m. .Ada Lee, owner of that new- '--I. :: .. Mrs. Athalie Range, Clifford
ly opened Ada's DiversifiedServices In Edison Award to Humble Oil-Two convention, with its member Some 50 performers will bee Matthews and Ricky Fait have
Center, is a former school patrolwomanand years ago, a Humble Oil& Re- again meeting in Houston, th seen inthe star-spangled been working overtime to
the mother of Annie Grace Lee, former fining Company spokesmantold organization's annual award t(3 show, Cole said. There will be make this a really gala event.
police department typist-clerk. Herb's members of the National a company setting an example pre-show entertainment, boo The sports committee under
Blurb: 'Adam Clayton Powell's reported ill Association of Market De- for others was presented t ginning about 6 p.m. The pros the ,direction of Harry Spearof
I
I and may need surgery Songsations velopers at a meeting in Houston Humble Oil, for translating it gram will Include an aquatic the Times and Dave Rose
Bobby and Wallace beaded a star-studded Texas, that comend- stated policies Into action, presentation with water have succeeded in lining up the
'Shower of Stars' cast that rocked the island- ''" able policies and well-inten- both before and after the 196 i skiers, high divers, clowns Miami Dolphin Team for a
< city of Key West prior to their return one-nighter at the para- tioned works from businessand declaration. and a variety of boats Football Clinic together with
dise Club in Hollywood .. Bernice Johnson of Nassau. industry are not enough .- Howard B. Woods, above other stars of the sports world.
,y Marie Kelly-Miller to Key West. but must be accompanied by right, chairman of NAMD'II Airman 3/C Roland Hillier, Mrs. Jan Moore has succeeded -
equally positive actions -- if awards committee, present I former world champion water in gathering a bevy of beauties -
companies intend to meet their the association's annual Emphasis skier from McCoy Air Force which includes the new
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Opa-locka's acting postmaster>> 'obligations as good corporate Award to William W. Base in Orlando, will alsoap- Miss Dolphin. The gala enter-
Merio Claudio billboarded this: The post office department has citizens' and help solve today's Bryan, a senior vice president t t pear tainment will be headed by Napoleon -
authorized door delivery of mall in the area now receiving curb, 'urgent social problems.In and director of Humble. The I Reed and a host of
delivery. U your block is 50 pc developed and you desire door short, he said, it will be National Association of Mar Tickets are$2 for adults and other stars. Invited guests include -
delivery, you may place a mall receptacle at your door or pro- the companies that provide expanding ket Developers is a profes, $1 for children.Special tickets many notable city and
vide a door slot no less than 30 in from the floor. It is suggested opportunities for minority sional organization composedchiefly I available at Food Fair stores state officials. The real starsof
that the new mailbox be of a type to accomodate your mail. employment, training of executives and management in the Miami area entitle hold- the day will be you,the gen-
(e.g. magazines, small packets, etc) There must be a visible 'programs that will lead to people In the sales er to admission at half eral public, so come and bring
house number.The curb box must be removed before door ser- 'needed skills, and aid to education and public relations fields. price. all your friends fora most
vice can be given. Dogs must be secured so they will not' and communitybetterment Mr. Woods, a former asso wonderful July 4tb celebra-
harass carrier. For your information, Carriers are required undertakings, that will ciate director of the United In case of rain on Tuesday ,tion. Remember this coming
to collect out-going mail from curbllne boxes when the signal deservedly gain both in corporate States Information Agency, Is night i the show will be pre- .Tuesday at 2:30 at tbe Miami
flag is raised, but they are not required to pick up mail from image and sales. now editor-in-chief of Seng- sented at the same time July :Stadium. Free Parking, Free
a box at the door unless they have mail for delivery at that address At NAMD's recent national stacke Publications. 5, Cole said. ;admission.

The Opa-locka post office will be happy to comply with ., 4 The annual extravaganza -'
your request for door delivery.Conversion is voluntary.If you has been presented in the I MIAMI TRIES
wish to continue to receive curbline delivery, you may do so Orange Bowl for the last several ADVERTISERSAppreciate
by leaving box as it is at Johnny Burke
your present. Says.. years. Bleachers will year ",Ia.".
augment grandstand seating
They art cavrttaas midependable.

I o SALT WATER TAFFY: Retired Central Life insurance exec Let me book your shows for you be Marine free.Stadium. Parking will s."... Atml

Donald Johnson soliloquizing at Davis' Cleaners on 10th at Second Hotels Motels, Supper Club, Nite Clubs ---
Recommended: Diahann Carroll emoting as the Harlem -
Dances Cocktail Lounges \9t1
schoolteacher who comes to Georgia inOttoPreminger's'Hurry 1"0C
wlRt JO
Sundown' 'Hoopie' Hall, Billy Bullard and Eric Music and Talent for Every Occasion 'llCCUfSmim
(Scrubby) Clark, all former Dorsey high speed demons as
I football flashes in the 40's, still the pride of 15th Avenue UNITED INT'L ARTIST BOOKING AGENCY WEDDINGS
I Harold Murray, "'Mussolini Cleare and the deceased Edwin Office. :; Sorrento Ho A tel',l "' nno'1' CONVENTIONS IANQUETS ,
(Papa Kickum) Lord complete a combo that was hard to beat. Phones: 534-4888-374-8105 rH'\\ HOI HOf..c DOIUVIII' : lD

'Flap Jones of Booker Washington was,perhaps,their only 24 Hour ServiceA. AND flAN CANAFU NOW_
peer. Arthur Sweeting, James Reese and Neal Hamilton also XMAS lOWLIN*
were standouts for BTW. And the Rolle Brothers, Roy and G. V. A. (Franchised) ...AND..ml..ufFIf1 COCKTAIl PICNICS
A. F. M.
Billy never failed to register wins for Carver high in the 754.4615
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Br. Office Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. -T.I. 525-8229 II c.. .
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Grove But the medal-winning trio during any track meet S I.,.1...,-l..
would have pit Flap Jones of BTW, Harold Murray of Dorsey aH NW rte n.
and Harold Cambridge of Carver.


When I take I
THINGS I NEVER KNEW; That the richest university in the a case, thoroughly

world Is Harvard University Cambridge, Massachusetts.. study the background.
That the public school with the largest enrollment ever recorded -

Is the DeWitt Clinton High School in the Bronx, New York Events happening years before, r, ;,,:
City. In 1934 the enrollment figure there reached 12,000. :
That the oldest school in the United States is the Collegiate can win a day in court..' iw'i. '
School (so named in 1783) in New York City. Its origin dates ** .,
from 1633 when it was founded by a Dutch West India Company J ', : '. ,1' '
That the most expensive school In the ;world Is Bennington WMaybe that's why I pickedGordon's .
College (founded in 1932)) in Bennington, Vermont, where
the fee for each girl's tuition, room,board and health service London Dry Gin. .'.: '
was $3,450 for 196465.WHBPERSINTHEDARK. I .
Good English background. ,I
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Dry the ,way I like it 99 .: .'i::;.', i
: At Trader John's: When he
gets'high''he's so'way out' he thinks his neighbors are Indians Charles E. Lloyd. Attorney. Advisor to the Slauson-Washmgton
have fun and husband Coordinating Council, Counsel for The Bank of Finance. Advisor to Operation
At Arabian Bar: Let's some phone my -
of the most successful .
Bootstrap one young lawyers in the Southwest.T
At Cafe Society: I know she's married because she's rt.
working At Mary Elizabeth Lounge: If her face is her for- :
tune she needs to see a loan company. At Dean Martin's: a7 iT1
She looks like something out of a gilded cage at the zoo. .
At Tropicana Bar: Come here, I've got a question to tell you
At Tony's Fish Market: I heard she's engaged to some
money. At Stuft Shirt Lounge: Come take me home, my
dimple's fading At the Bonfire; Let me guess; you're t
Mabel's husband. At Carver Lounge: I don't gossip, but I .t <
think she's with your husband. .At Dorsey Hotel Bar: Who,
me? I don't drop a drink.CONFIDENTIALLY .

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ment (since his Jacksonville promotion) as district manager t ":
of Afro-American life Insurance, here, is B.H.Wimby of a fio
Gainesville St Cecelia's chapter of the Daughters of the
King hosted a Sunday afternoon Tea June 25,honoring the thri- t-
ple birthdays of Mesdames Anna Johnson, Della B. Carey and y; _
Nettie Key at 1700 N. W. 85th Street. Cozy little bar and
lounge that gets no publicity but is one of my favorite pubs .-
the Press Box --on Biscayne Boulevard at Sixth. A former 0rc j01tDON5
hangout of Daily News staffers, the 'Box' has smiling, court-
eous waitresses and is a standout in quiet dignity. Patrol-
man and Mrs. Robert (Big Mike) Taylor celebrate their 20th '". ,, DI luco
wedding anniversary Saturday (July 1) That's it, brother 10NDONDa7 GIN
from your one-man-newspaper, who knows everybody and
everybody's racket, but who wants to remind all engaged females Gordon Cm,crested in London England in 1769.
Itt the/ tuogtst filler m England. Amtnct end the world
to check your betrothed very carefully before you walk
down that middle-aisle. The guy could be charged with bigany. fiooutt If a.t A.loot NIUTIM SPIRITS DISTILLED/10141RA1N.N moor aoRoon on DIN co,no, UNPIN N j.

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BEACH NEWSThe

North Miami Beach
Civic Club met at the home of
Mrs. Ruby Castelow, Presi-
dent, on last Tuesday night I
Plans were made for a lawn
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v BY DAVE BONDU party on July 16th,at the homeof
Mrs. Castelow, 1538 N. E.
153rd Terr. N. Miami Beach.
Ollie Wilson, former heavyweight boxing star, will have The public is invited, dress is
some boxing matches at the Brownsville EOPI Center this Fri- casual. Next meeting will be
day night, including a feature 10 round bout. The purpose for at the home of Mrs.Ola Crawford -
these matches is to raise money for the Avon Billington Fund. .
Admission for adults will be $1.00 and for teens 50$. Teenie
Weenies will be admitted for 25$. Aside from the matches, Those present at the meet-
there will be valuable prizes for some lucky people to take ing were: Mrs.Ruby Castelow,
home. Prizes were donated by good folks like the Tylock Com- president, Mrs. Ella
pany, L & L Men's Shop, ZayresStores,Levisons Pawn Shop, McElmurray, vice-president,
Original Rubins, Flanders Trading Post and Joe Hornstein Mrs. Beatrice Nelson, finance
Theatre Equipment Company. Do me a favor and tell every- secretary, ,Mrs Ola Crawford I -.eo. .-
body you know about this worthy cause.I feel that If the Jewish recording secretary, Mrs. The final meeting ;
people can get together and raise 3 and a half million dollarsfor Cora Lee Ross chairman of newly organized ;
their contribution to the Isreali problems, we should be program committee. All Alpha Gamma Chapter
able to stick together and raise the money for the machine to members please be present at Phi Beta has )
keep this young man and others that might follow him in good the next!: meeting.In business for the year. ; I
he a I t h. So, I'll see you and your friends on Friday night, at ;
8:00 p.m. at the Brownsville EOPI Center, 2741 N. W. 49th St. Sigmas Will Fete All
Sumner Hutchison is Director of that center, and is doing a ; (
fine Job.PRETTY. order to provide a well- On the serious side, ;
round and all-inclusive program Bennett, Senio
GIRL OF THE WEEK: Marion Allen for every age group of Ebony Magazine, is to
sorors and visitors to its 31st the Boule keynote
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Freddie Pittman Boule, Sigma Gamma Rho Sor- fore the convention at
ority has carefully planned an Gregor Center, Wayne
VIP OF THE WEEK: Art Green exciting series of workshops, University.
films, tours,banquets,partiesand Ten of Sigma Gamma
My town is going to"cool"for the summer. Of this I am dances. most outstanding women
sure. Our young people are getting summer Jobs, helping throughout the country, )
others in recreational programs, going to summer school,and The Boule, for which more honored.
being good citizens all around. It is good to know that these than 800 well known women Mental health ; ;
working and playing programs are being planned for them, and delegates from all areas of the workshops will
that they are Interested enough to participate in them. Some- United States are expected to Sigma G a m m a Rho's ;
one is always "knocking" the teen-agers, and saying that this convene, will be held in De- tant role in the Negro
generation is delinquent. This is not so.When the teens do troit, Michigan, from August and today's racial
something worthwhile, it is very seldom heard of.But, Just let 6 through 11, with the Motor and will place special
one of them break the law, and all of them are blamed as de- City's Rho Sigma Chapter as phasis on the young
linquents. Every generation has had it's "wild ones."This is host chapter. responsibility to :
human nature..Some good,some bad...let us encourage those Delegates' Invitations carry sound, academic
youngsters who are trying to do t i g h t by giving them credit the message "Something for prepare her for a future
where it is due. As have said before, the power of suggestionis Everyone" and urge sorors to ership position in her ( I 1
a heck of thing.Redd Fox said on TV the other night, that Include husbands and children nity and family. ) "
he read in the paper where "all Negroes carry kinives." He i, in family attendance. Child Mrs. Annie W.
never carried a knife in his life,but he went out and boughtone. care provisions have been Rocky Mount, North
He did not want to be the only Negro in the world withouta planned for those sorors accompanied is Grand Basileus of PI'I
knife. Let's suggest good things for our children. and the.], by their smallfry.' Gamma Rho. I
will follow: these thoughts. ,'
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able to pick up the car you wa nt, at a good p r i c e. See J. D.
Mack or Sidney Bronstein. Sadie and Willie Temple are .
leaving Monday for an extended vacation to Cleveland and VET TVTED I
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Alabama for summer school.She is on a scholarship. Dave 379-7735
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he misses his buddies here The Par Birdie Club hosted
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Everett's house. It was a swinging party.. They are getting
steamed up about the United Golfers Association meeting in !
Jackson Barber
August. The Biscayne Terrace Hotel will be headquarters, and
they will play Miami Springs and Lejeune courses. Quentin
North has been made the Recording Secretary of the club. 6225 NW 22nd Avenue
Willie and Dee West (The Dolphins) are settling into Miami as /
if they have been here for years.Willie golfing now, and Dee :;
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I 13 Negro Colleges Receive Grants Exceeding $115,000Bethlehem ,


Pennsylvania -
College Placement Services-placement services on their State University, Nashville, office facilities from the Arm .
,
campuses by implementingrecommendations Tennessee Prairie strong Cork
Incorporated, of Bethlehem : View AAM Company. Langs-
made by College, Prairie View ton University
Pennsylvania, announced to-, Texas. Langston,
day that It had negotiated 0 CPS advisory teams. Receiving funds directly Oklahoma, was given building

grants exceeding $115,000 for The $115,000 in grants,,o from corporations were: The materials valued at $10,000.To .

thirteen predominantly Negro comes from three sources. Atlanta University Center,Atlanta further enlarge its College -

colleges. At the same time Ten colleges received grants Georgia; $60,250 from Assistance Fund,CPS has
CPS Managing Director AndreG. totaling $35,000 from the CPS the Olin-Mathieson Charitable initiated a one-year campaign F-

Beaumont outlined plans for College Assistance Fund, a Trust; Johnson C. Smith University to raise $200,000. Headed by'

a campaign to createa fund created by contributionsfrom ,o $2,500 from the Burlington Williaitf J. Van Pelt, Managerof

$200,000 fund to extend this major United States cor. Industries Foundation; Employer Relations at the
program of financial assis- porations. Three institutions Texas Southern University, Armstrong Cork Company,the Lr

tance to other colleges parti- received gifts totaling nearly $3,135 Iran the Humble Oil and nationwide campaign will begin -
$66,000 Refining July 1 and will be
cipating in the CPS project. directly from corporations Company. carriedout
CPS is a non-profit advisoryand through the auspices Tougaloo College, Touga- by eighteen regional co-
service of CPS. Two other collets loo, Mississippi, receiving a chairmen representing major

which operates organization with funds were recipients of equipment $3,000 trailer for placement corporations and colleges

from the Ford Foundation.Assisting and building materials valuedat I,
,
$14,000.The .

their leges career in underprivileged the development counseling col-and of the $35,000 ten colleges in CPS College receiving Assistance $1.5 Million Earmarked For ", \


placement programs, CPS hasa Fund grants were; Florida Memorial College
working relationship with Bishop College, Dallas Texas; I ,

forty-four predominantly Negro Dillard Orleans University Louisiana New According to an announce- for more than 40 years, plans

colleges.. Institute, ; Hampton ,ment made in Washington are being made to begin construction r
Hampton,
Virginia
All of the funds granted to Huston-T 11 1st ; Monday by the Department of at the new site in the
son
the colleges will be used exclusively Austin, Texas Johnson College, j Housing and Urban Development Miami area this year. The '' +a5 u'
to improve or estab- Smith ; C. I ; $1.5 million has been money will be used to build ."
'
lish career counseling and University, Richmod, I reserved for loans for facilities housing for 82 men and 120 wo- :t. '': "
Virginia; Tennessee A & I ,' 5
men students student ,; /r .
j at Florida Memorial College ; a union N '
'Jl.t'J. '
] to be relocated to Miami. building, and a dinning hall : : .,

The 75-year-old college has with a seating capacity of 200 "".","", ." ..,. \..).';, ...s,. ." ." l' .

lID 1 1I" been located at St. Augustine persons. IN'" .. .C6 .j -,: . ,j..n"'" ,,,;.,, .

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1 Miami Girl Wins FellowshipNEW Mary Keith, of 2950NW 67th stated that Emmanuel Church
,.! J JI :Street was awarded a full of the Nazarene will providea
-
YORK Three women has provided financial assis- ;scholarship to Miami-Dade college education for all gra-

r '4 A honor graduates of Institutions tance to 40 young women who Junior College by her church, duates of the church.
affiliated with the United Ne- have attended t 24 graduate '>Emmanuel Church of the Na- Emmanuel Church of the

/ gro College Fund were named schools. The fellowships, administered ::zarene, 7940 NW 15th Avenue Nazarene is also sending several -

recipients of Fellowship and by the United Negro I'during a service honoring gra- children to summer

Loula Las k e r Fellowship College Fund, are given I'duates of the church.The pastor camp, all expenses paid by the

awards. each year to women who Rev. Alfonza C. Mozell, church. The camp is under the

The award winners, who will possess exceptional ability, :made the presentation in behalf auspices of the Florida Dis-
yy e d begin graduate studies at the personality and leadership I of the membership and. trict Church of the Nazarene.

University of Chicago next qualities.The J f

.fall, are; Audrey Louise Tho- United Negro College

mas of Miami, Fla., Gracy Fund .is the fund-raising arm I
Master Barber
I Allene Taylor HonoredRecently Lee of Birmingham, Ala., and of 33 predominantly Negro. Wanted

Eslie Lee Moffitt of Tusca- colleges and universities located -
.
approximatelyfifty zer Methodist Church, Mrs. loosa, Ala. In 11 Southern states. Apply at .
sorors and friends of sor- Blanche Dean, Instructor at _Miss Thomas, a graduate of During the past two decades,
VARSITY
,
or Allene Taylor gathered at B. T. Washington High School, Clark 'College, Atlanta, Ga., the Fund has raised more than BARBER SHOP *

the. Roosevelt'', Savings and Mrs. Mattie Squire, Presidentof will work toward an advanced $95 million to assist its member .. 6540 NW '15 AVENUE ..,

Loan;, Association auditor the Phil i o s, Soror Mable degree in African studies. institutions.

ium to pay tribute to her. The, Barlow, Anti-Basileus, Soror Miss Lee, a graduate of

occasion was that of retiring Verneka Silva, Basileus, Sor- Tuskegee Institute, Tuskegee,
from the Dade School Ala., will enter the Univer-
County or Alzellna Pinkney read a
sity's School of Social Work.
System after fortysevenyears poem which she dedicated to
of service in education.S Soror Taylor. And Miss Moffitt, a graduateof

r o r Taylor is the local Dillard University In New PLAN NOWFOR
founder of Sigma Gamma Rho Presentations were made by I Orleans, will engage in gra-
duate studies in the field of 1
Sorority and has rendered the Philos and Sigma Gamma '

service over and beyond the Rho, as well as many personal :business management.Since r

call of duty. presentations by the friends 1949, the Florin and NEXT SUMMER !
The following persons paid who were present. A social :Loula Lasker Fellowship Fund

tribute to soror Taylor: Rev. hour climaxed this memorable 18 Years of ReipontlbU

,Aaron Hall, pastor of Ebene- occasion. j Building S.rvlc. to
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Teachers may still have to '
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of' Education, said the for those persons nuking applications INCOMI TAX SERVICE 1

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.t Girls State Winners Dr. Gaston at UM/ leadership Training insrifufcI

-

The girls state winners for I "Irresponsible" youths headquarters for the South savings and loan companies, "From a businessman's point
the John Griffin Post 165 Auxiliary "are blind tothe opportunities Florida School Desegregation motels and funeral homes in of view, it is simply good t business
are Jeanette Spragginsand available today to any quali- Consulting Center. Birmingham. He said the that every American
Dorothy Foster with Gail I fied person of any race"Dr.A. Dr. Gaston said the busi- change from "a dual educa- youth be given equal opportu-
Willingham as an alternate, G. Gaston told the teachers nessman today "is not con- tional system to a single will nity to develop his talents to
These girls are Juniors attending the Leadership cerned about the color of skin, test the Christianity of the the fullest.
from Northwestern Senior Training Institute at the Uni- but rather what an individualcan people of America." He learned early, Dr. Gas-
1 High School. versity of Miami in his ad- contribute to the profit of "It should be made with a ton said, that the prerequisite
1"JEANETTE dress Monday.He the economy" minimum of difficulty because for success is to "find a need

said that Negro youths business and educa- it is morally right," he said. and fill it."

should stop "knocking on tion are inseparable They are
r doors that* are already open" partners working in the inter-

and prepare for the opportu- est of progressive civilization Consultants
UA1
nities that are available.The ," he said.
74-year-old Dr.Gastonis "In this partnership I con-
the grandson of a slave. He cede that education must take
... -, the lead because all civilization High
is one of several speakers ap- Say Keep Mays
SPRAGGINS pearing on the six-week pro- is plus or minus the
in which 80 teachers quality and quantity of educa-
'- gram (Continued from page 1)
so rapidly that by 1971 the area
:' from 20 South Florida tion received by people all
P':1; ::1 people he said. Junior High to a middle school, will need another senior high
'; Counties are being trained for ,
IIIi t'. 'i: .h ., work in desegregated schools. Dr. Gaston, who lives in with the ninth grade having the and two junior high schools.
t '\ Birmingham, Ala., is a weal- choice of attending either "We found the elementary
i 'I" K: Funded by a federal grant of
:? \ Mays or Killian. schools in South Dade
.,. $68,705, the University of MI- thy man. His business inter- griev-
:'. .f i. l ..,.A ami School of Education is ests include insurance and The citizens committee will ously overcrowded,' he said.
I )'r" study the 18 recommendationsin "One way to relieve the loadon
I" I the report, and will then the elementary schools is
GAIL WILLINGHAM i r make its recommendations to to expand the junior high

Jeanette Spraggins is the the School Board. schools into middle schools
daughter of Mrs Sally i Overwelming Need for Among the significant pro- once they are relieved of the
Spraggins of 1721 N. W. 76 posals is one that Mays should ninth grade.
not only be retained as a jun-
Terrace. Jeanette is a mem- The report recommendsalso
ber of Saint Agnes Episcopal low Rent ior-senior high school, but that the school system establish -
Church, treasurer of the Stu- DOROTHY FOSTER Housing that it should be completely .' attendance zones that

dent Council of Miami North- plays organ for the Student painted, improved and refurnished will maintain the ratios of
western as soon as possible. white students to Negro stu-
Girl Advisor
,secre Council Junior Federation.Her found there were
Miami
Housing Authority partment
tary of the Athletic Associa- Mays students staged an dents in the middle and high
ambition is to become
a
chairman this week said thereis more than 20,000 delapidated
protest last fall against of South Dade.
tion, a member of the Modern social psychiatrist and plansto angry schools
an overwhelming need for or deteriorating housing units Dade School Board's contro- for
Dance Group and also a mem- The $3,000 report, paid
attend Howard University
ber of the Hospitality Club. more low-rent housing in Dade wittily tv> city limit There versial plan to phase out high by the center, noted that while
Gail is
the
Willingham County and asked that the authority's also about families
She wishes to become an accountant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. are 6,000 school grades at their school. school enrollment in Dade is
allocation forsuch living in badly overcrowdedunits Joe Hall said
or bookkeeper. Superintendent increasing at two percent an-
Alphe Willingham Sr. of 2948
,
Dorothy Foster is the units be tripled. he said. later he would ask for $450, nually, in South Dade it is increasing -
N.W. 58 Street. She is a mem-
Almost three the said also that thou-
,
years ago Fine
daughter of Mrs. Lue Jessie 000 in this year's budget Improve at a rate of 7.2 per-
ber of Mt.Zion Baptist Church original goal was set at 2,400 sands of other fa m i 11 e s will
if the
report of South
new
Foster of 804 E. 12th street Mays cent; the population
Youth Group of Mt. Zion and
units, but they have almost have to be relocated over the
Panama City Florida. recommended that it be con- Dade, from Kendall Drive to
the Teen Choir Gail is a
chairman of urban
been because
completed, next 10
Dorothy lives with her sisterat years tinued as a high school. Homestead, will double whatit
member of the Dramatic
Matin Fine said. renewal and other
765 N. tt. 69th Street Apt programs. The survey recommendsthat is now and that Negro will
Honor and Girl
Group, Society and
Metro Commissioners were of these will need,
Many
3. Like Jeanette is a new four-year school be comprise 30 percent of the
Dorothy Advisors. She plans to attend told by him that there is a cur- will be eligible for such housing built north east
.
or
also active in the on property population.The
community. Antioch College in Yellow
She is a member of the Mount rent backlog of 7,386 applica- said Fine. of Mays, and preferably adja- study pointed out that
Springs, Ohio and hopes to become -
tions for low-rent and subsi- The commission voted un-
cent to it.A long recom- school
Calvary Baptist Church and range Negro elementary
an actress or a scientist.
bized An additional of Fine'srequest
housing. animous approval
mendation for Mays is to con- children In South Dade are increasing -
5,000 units, Fine said, wouldbe for federal funds for vert it to a middle school after faster than white

a "humble beginning," but additional units The first the new school is completed.Dr. children, but In the secondary
still a beginning.The amount request would be Stolee said the popula- grades the growth rates are
O 4' s most:recent survey by $25,000 for 'surveys i and plan tion of .South Dade is growing remaining about the same.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 30, 1967 13

Tribute lo Elliott J. Pieze Of Final Alumni DayHundreds Dear Sirs:


. of graduates and three or more children to was held for those departed tiful solos. Enclosed please find $1.50 cash.
.
. friends gathered at the Booker graduate from high school graduates of deal ole B.T.W.as The day came to an end as Please/ credit to account.
f, f', T. WashingtonHlghSchool were presented by Mr. Riouto Mrs. Elry T.Sands class of the graduates and friends The response to' "ad" was overwhelming. -
! ditorium on Tuesday, June 6, Mrs. Marjorie Demeritte; 1942 named the fallen mem- stood and sang heartily the Iam'deeply gratified. I have
at 8:00 p.m. for the final Mr. and Mrs. Richard Devoe; bers who no longer were here Alma Mater thinking of the fine tenant. A-I references, so I Feel your
alumni day program of the Mr. and Mrs. Ben Davis; Mr. to observe this day. Special days spent at B.T.W. High "ad" did the work.
(: B.T. Washington High School. and Mrs.W. Robinson; Mr.and note again was made of the late were now ended. Fr. Stafford Thank you.
: The orange and black colors Mrs. John Baker; Mr. and Elliott J. Pieze a truly unforgotten Sweeting gave the benedictionin Mrs. Mable Schausble
welcoming alumni members Mrs. Herman Symonette; Mr. member. which he asked the guidanceof
sparkled brightly as they entered and Mrs. Plumer Williams; Closing remarks were given the master as we go our different
M, the auditorium.The pro Mr. and Mrs. Milton Lewis; by Mr. Nickolas Borota,prin- ways of life. Mrs.Ver Miami Times.
: gram began with the audience Mr. and Mrs. Granudle cipal who invited the alumnito neka Silva, class of 1937 pre-
, singing "America" followed Dorsett; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur continue to work with the sided and pledged continued
;J by the Invocation given by Fr. Bethel; Mrs Lenora Payne school. Miss Joan Storr enriched support of the graduates to the Classified Ads Pay
t; Stafford Sweeting, class of 52. and Mrs.Alma Johnson.' the program greatly faculty and students of B.T.W,
I. Mr. Nickolas Boroto, principal A special memorial service with the singing of two beau Junior High.
\ of B. T. Washington High
: School welcomed all graduates
" and friends and asked them to '
' continue to visit 1 the school. I
'Ys It\J\1: Mr. George Cambell, president : For extra fun

; of the B. IT. Washington :
"t High School Alumni brought .4 ,
l, greetings and gave a short his-
'
tory of the alumni.Mr.Arthur ), .
King, class of 37 sang "The :hv C take
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" Lord is My Life." r more
:t- The reunion address was

r delivered by Mrs. Mary Jones,
t t; class of 57 who was introduced -
; by Mrs. Marian Shannon.
r Mrs. Jones emphasized education : than onespecially

and the challenge of the 4 4 .
+
i' future for it.Reunion remarks ,
were given by Mr. Lewis
Blake, class of 28, the first
graduating class. Mr. Blake

told of many memories he had r- ') z : 4',
as a student and how he had

seen the school progress as an ,
, Kta,
>
Instructor in art.

Mr. Samuel O. Cohen spokefor t i gar yyy', t i'
the class of 1929 the second
1" $
graduating class. He paid tribute \ 4/
to the first president of ;::
the alumni i association, the
late Elliott J. Pieze who died

while serving as president .
0
:
working for his school and 4.
}4't
community. Mrs Hortense
I Robinson gave untimely remarks
for the class of 1937
who were celebrating their 3rd
reunion. Mrs. Roberta Jack- '
'
son, class of 1947, advised the ; I r1i 4 iXIi "
w graduating class to continue
I *'j" their education and to remember
the many memories at B.

T.W. The end of an era was '" ...
dramaticly displayed by Mrs. / ? :
Marian Shannon who recalled
1 the wonderful memories within f
the walls of B. T. W. r s 4
:
i. Presentations were made by
the class of 19 57 to their sponsors '
and a scholarship awardto ; ;
I
a graduate. William Sutton, : tY :
II 4
class of 1946. The Robinson ; /

family award_was presented to
Patricia Ingraham by Camea \
Culmer. Chrystal Culmer
presented an award in honorof f
Mrs. E.J.Adderley. Father ..
Theo. R. Gibson, class of 1934 ...
also paid tribute to Elliot J., "'"" .

Pie z e as he presented the ,I'>' :
Elliott J. Pieze Memorial Y
Scholarship Award of$150 to II IIa
"
Patricia Ingraham.This scholarship :1 ,

is given to a needy and "- } C
deserving student. Fr. Gibson FO a
also presented awards to five
alumnus for outstanding ser- :.: ) F .

vice, namely Mr. Herman ,: 1c .'
Riou, Sr., student manager; ( "

. Mr. George Campbell, president k
I ; Mr. B: Wilson, vice- .' ,;
I president; Mrs. Verneka t
Silva, secretary aid Miss Amy J 3 yM

McKenzie, t rea sure r'.Both
Mrs. Silva and Miss McKenzie ....
were cited for more than '.r- ...
: ""
twenty years of service to the } .
alumni. Mr. William J.

: Stirrup, director of student : '
'. activities was honored for his now J:
service as coordinator of the __ .
,
.
alumni activities.The .
parents of the year

.. awards given to parents having

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: ALBERTMiss RANG< f I

E u 1 a Kate Strachan, Leon Williams of 19S'lN.W. brothers and other relatives. f

I CARDS MEMORIALS I DEATHS 14100 N., W.- 24th Ct., Opa- 47th* Street died Wednesday, Graveside services were conducted a

locka, died June 19. She Is: June, 21st, at a local hospital.He on Wednesday morningat ,

survived by her father, Leo; is survived by two sons, 11:00 a.m. I

mother, Carrie Lee Dawson;i Leon, Jr. and Harry; two Ossie McCarthy of 7102 I

MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn six brothers, one sister,> daughters Mary Hundley and N. W. 14th Avenue Apartment I'

grandparents, aunts and 1 I Lenore Williams; a grandson, No. 3 died Sunday, June 25th. j
I loving memory of my dear family .of the late loving memory of our dear un c 1 e s. Services were con-. Jimmy Hundley; seven sisters He is survived by his widow,

husband, father, son, brother one, ducted Saturday, at4:30p.m. ( Mahalia Carson, Bernice Mrs. E the 1 McCarthy; two f

and grandfather MR. LEROY GARARD from First Baptist Church of Brown, Elizabeth Welfare, sons, Edward and Alphin; two

Bunche Park. Daisy Williams, Rebecca daughters, Mesdames, Mae

wish' to express their sincere Mrs. Allie Mae Brown 4527 Brown, Mozelle Moore and Lawrence and Ruth Hopkins;
thanks to our many friends and v Lula Williams two brothers thirteen three
N. W, 12th Pl., died June 19., ; grandchildren;
neighbors for their kindness
Services held Harry Williams and Matthew great-grandchildren; and one
were Saturday
during ment. our hour of bereave- at 2:00 p.m. from TrinityCMC E,J: Profltt. Funeral services sister. Funeral arrangementsare

h h She : were conducted on Tuesday, incomplete.
is
u r c survived by
Special thanks to Rev. Sal- [ June 27th in the Antioch
three daughters, Mrs. Macele, Baptist Little Samantha Bradshawof
and
mon Hicks, organist and
Connor, Mrs. Bannie Hawkins,, Church. 1240 N. W. 59th St.,Apt 32,
members of Salter's
Chapel, Mrs. Annie Lee. Toney of; survivedby
andMrs. L 11 died recently. She is
Mr. Patrick and A o u e a Brantley;
S Range ""The two sisters, Mesdams Alma 1437 N. W, 44th Street, died 1 her parents Mr. James
Fellows off the
rr- corner. Inmon and Leola Jenkins; two recently I in a local hospital. j Brown and Mrs. Theresa
44I Mrs.; Leona Garard, wife
brothers, Sam and Charlie F. She is survivedbyher husband 1 ]Bradshaw and grandparents.
PFC Leroy Garard, Jr., son i Odell mother three sisters 1
Floyd; nine grandchildren and ; a ; j Funeral services were conducted -
Mr. Leo J. Lundy
two great-grandchildren. Mesdames, Roberta Holt, Wednesday, June 28th,

Susie Banks and Rebecca
T"-""'" __ j in the Chapel.
Herman
Binyard, resided at Johnson; two brothers,Johnnyand
CARD OF THANKS LEWIS WILKINSONwho 225 N. W, 10th St., died June Davis Daniels; two aunts, Mrs. Jesse Ford of 2170 N.

departed July 4, 1963. 23. He is survived byhisfather Viola and Alice Jackson. Funeral W, 57th St., died recently.She

CHARLES ALFRED BLADES; From the family of the late Many a heart no longer here, Sam of. Wanda, S.C.; two services were conducted I ]is survived by her husband,

Ah! was all to only dear; brothers; four sisters; nieces j jI Monday, June 26th in the Mt. Mr Herman Ford; a son and

who departed this life July 3, YetI! 0 love, 'tis thou dost call I and nephews; and Mr.and Mrs. (Calvary Baptist Church. 'daughter-in-law, Mr. and
', 1966. Thou wilt be our all in all. Frank Brown.Chapel services Mrs. Dollie Robinson; one

His life is a beautiful memory were held at 1:30: Thursday. Mrs. Bessie Hurst of 6812 'granddaughter; one great-

His absence a silent grief. v y Albertha Wilkinson, wife Ezekiel Darby, 360 N. W.J A N.W, 10 Avenue died Thursday J grandson. Funeral services

1 He sleeps in God's lovely garden ,'r srt Lewis Jr., son 22nd Terr., died June 23. He i < June 22nd.She is survived| will be conducted Saturday,
: Diana Francis & Hilma Kemp Sallle July 1st, at 12:00 noon in the
is survived by four brothers, by a daughter, Mrs.
In sunshine and in perfect sisters Alonzo and Richard Grant and 1 Henry; a son-in-lawIsaiah Chapel.
e sadly missed by I two Warrenand Matthew Pickett of 3002 N.
grandsons
peace, Wesley and David Darby; four Henry;
George and Colonel Wilkinson,> sisters i Mesdams, Annie Essie Small; two great- W. 51st St., died recently. He

Gertrude Blades, wife brothersIN KnowlanoV Rachel Parson, I grandchildren; a cousin, is survived by his widow, Lou-

Charles Jr., son Misses EllaandjeannleGrant. Jennie Johnson. Funeral services venia; a mother, Mrs. Addle

Almetha, Mary, Ernestine, Arrangements are incomplete were conducted on Mon- Mae Edwards; a father, Mr.

+ Shirley and Charlene, daugh- MEMORIAM at this time. 'day, June 26th in the Chapel. Eddie Lee Pickett; six child-

ters Dennis and Arlene, In Mrs. Frances Zeigler of ren. Funeral arrangementsn
M memory of our daughter Willie Marvin, 352 N. W, 6th L

grandchildren Louise Blades, "..1 ,,,...l-.... .--- t,_ Terr, died June 26. He Is sur- 2318 N. W. 78th Street died o incomplete.
mother Lucile Clarkand Mary vived by a son, Herman; step- Thursday, June 22nd. She Is

; Blades, sister and Mrs. son, Harry Forbes; step- survived by her husband,John IN MEMORIAMIn
Lenora Johnson, motl er-in- JULIUS C, JONES daughter, Mrs. DorothyWallace Lee; four daughters; threesons
sad but fond memory of
in-3 law. who departed this life June 9, ; one brother,Tom{ ; a mother, Mrs. Beatrice beloved

1967 We wish to express our Murvin; one sister, Mrs.Ellen, Allen; a sister, Mrs. Freddie

IN MEMORIAMIn sincere thanks and appreciation Parker. Arrangements are in- Williams of Delray; a brother

for the numerous methodsof complete.E.A. Henry Allen of Belle Glade.

sad but loving memory of expressions extended to us i Ad y Funeral services will be con-

i our husband, brother and during our recent bereavement c STEVENS FUNERAL ducted Saturday, July 1st at
father, 4:00 p.m. in the Church of God

,- Pillar Ground and Truth, 3151N.
HOME
I Special thanks are extended W. 44th Street.,
r to our many friends and neigh- Mrs. Mary C, Dennis of 9091>f Joe Gundy of 2172N.W.. 70th

bors, the principal and facultyof N. W, 2nd Ct.,Apt 301, Miami St., died recently. He is survived -

Miami Northwestern High died at North Shore HospitalJune by his widow, Hazel; six
21, Mrs.Dennis has beena
School, Rev Lambert Sands, children, Joseph, JoAnn,
rector of St. Agnes' Episco- resident here for 25 years. Marsha, Andrew and Willard
11 r W" Funeral services will be held
pal Church, and the Range Gun d y and Almeta Richie.
k June 30th at '-"" .
Friday 300pm.:
will be
Funeral Home., Funeral services conducted -
M1n at Mt. Olivette Baptist ChurchHer Saturday, July 1st, at MR. JAMES LAWSONwho

May God bless and keep you. remains will lie in reposeThursday 2:00 p.m. in the Chapel. departed this life June 30,
ELVA MAE ROLLE at the Richardson'sMortuary
1966.

Lillian Jones, wife 4500 N.W. 17 Ave.' Wilbert Futch of 16220 N.W. Live one day at a time God,
who "departed this life 3 I
July
She is survived
by a husband
Nancy Rawls, sister 1961 17th Place died recently. He long ago has counted out the
Jessie and Robert Jones, John; two sons, Willard Cul- is survived by a mother and years each of us lives and yet
brothersIN Sweet are the memories thatnever : mer and Donald Wrent; one step father, Mr and Mrs Just one day at a time is all he
lade
L away. daughter Mrs. Essie M.'
1 Jessie Moss; an uncle David ever gives its all that anyone

\ .,.--- -- '- Gone, but not forgotten. Maher v Brown; two grandchildren', Cambridge; an aunt, Maggie may have the humble or sub-
} JoAnn Hunter and Charles
MEMORIAMIn Sassion. Funeral' services lime the
t CLAYTON R. PIERSONwho soul rest in peace and Lane. rich or poor, the
may light perpetual shine upon'her. were conducted Tuesday, June young and old live one day at

departed this life June 29, loving memory of our dear | 27th in the Chapel. a,Jime. So may you be contented -

1966. father and grandfather, IN MEMORIAM with the one day that is here

May he rest in peace and Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Rolle Adria Delores Higglnbothan enjoying good -accepting bad
light perpetual shine upon him. parents In sad but loving memory f of 2245 N. W. 47th St., daugh- with fortitude and cheer.
our dear husband and fatherMR. ter of Mr.and Mrs.Aaron
Mrs. Mabell Weir and Mrs.( Hig Sadly missed by,

Mrs. Marie Pierson, wife Idella Rolle, grandparentsIN ginbothan, died recently. Besides -
and family RALPH J. FLOWERSwho her parents she is sur- Laura, Pauline, Don, Rickey,
vived by two sisters; three Pat and Aaron.
departed this life June 27,
MEMORIAMIn II
1962.
IN MEMORIAMIn
God called him to heaven to
loving memory of our take his rest
loving memory of the late darling wife and mother RAHMINGS FUNERAL HOME
For here on earth he has done
.
'yd. his best.

He went through trials and Formerly M. S. Allen Funeral HomeA
::::. stood the test

fyd. Yes, he has gone to heaven to
Y take his rest. sympathetic and understanding service to
.
"
sew everyone
: Mary Flowers, wife
,: tr', t +I James Flowers, son

v Florence Steverson, daughter OWNERS

Christine Minnis, daughterand
family William L. Carey, President
M JAMES WILLIAM BETHELwho Matthew H. Rahming, L.F..D., Vice Pres.

t Harry L. Rolle Treasurer
departed this life June 5, CARD OF THANKSThe ,
1952. Helen Harris, Business Associate
family of the late

; Gone, but not forgotten. Your EULA KATE STRACHANwho
memory still lingers with us. MAE DAVIS STAFF
departed this life June 19
la JOSEPH PASCHALL We loved but Jesus loved ,
you, '
1967, acknowledges with deep Mrs. Helen Perkins, Secretary -
you best. who departed this life July 2,
L the
who departed this life June 14, 1966. appreciation many floral Harold Perkins
pieces, cards and telegrams .
1964. Eva Bethel, wife Gone but not forgotten, may from the friends and Sherman Corey -
many
**o my Father's house are many Mrs. Beatrice V. Miller, she rest in peace Charlie Jordan
neighbors. Special thanks to
f mansions. He has come and Mrs. Mamie V, Richardson,
Rev W. F. Macon of Opa-locks
claimed you as his own. daughters William Davis, Sr., husband and to the House of Albert. 1144 NW 3rd AVENUE PHONE: 371-8343

Eustace and James Bethel, Ethelyn Oliver, daughter DAY OR NIGHT
t Mrs. Grace P. Thomasand sons Patricia Moss, daughter
Leo Jacob Strachanand
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday June, 30,1967 15i2f

RICHARDSON Lvm's Restaurant Gives

Mrs. Hattie Young of 1152A -
N. W. 5th Ct., died June 22,
at Funeral Jackson services Memorial were Hospital.held 20 Scholarships to FMCA SEEM LIKE OLD TIMES AT

Thursday, June 29th; 100pm. gift twenty full scholar Edward T. Graham, chairmanof
in the Chapel.Suvivors include ships by Lum's Inc., totaling the College Board of Trus-
her husband, Dave; five sons, $14,000. was awarded today to tees, Perlman indicated that
Lee Alfred,Johnny,Nathaniel, Florida Memorial College, Lum's was particularly inter-
Gus and Henry; three daugh- which relocates to Miami fromSt. ested in the vocational guid-
ters, Mesdames Ella Mae Augustine after 75 yearsin ance and counselling program m111 lillli
French Doris Norton and north Florida. which the college is offeringand
Lucille Timmons ; eight The announcement was which will be particularly
grandchildren. made by the president of the geared to disadvantaged young
Mrs. Martha Robinson of restaurant chain, Stuart Perl- people. The college is now en- YOU CAN SHOP ANY DAY
467 N. W. 8th St.,Apt.11,died man. gaged in a study program for
June 23rd at Mercy Hospital. In offering the gift to Rev. the purpose of defining a Job
Funeral services will be held analysis and placement pro-
Saturday July 15\at 1000am. gram that will take the latter OF THE Week AT FREDDY'SSALE
in the Chapel Remains will repose out of the realm now focusedon
in the chapel beginning middle class and upper
2:00 p.m. on Friday until Fun- scholastic achievers and reorIent '
eral time Saturday morning. the guidance program PRICES GOOD
Survivors Include two cousins, towards a broader perspectivein
Mrs. Am m 1 e Lee White of job skills
Marianna and Mrs Willie M. The Lum's gift is the first
Watson. multi scholarship corporategift ALL WEEK LONG
although one scholarshipwas .. .
Mrs. Vera Mae Murkley y t originally granted by the
1720 N. W. 1st Place, Apt 7, Miami Dolphins football team
died June 27th. Funeral ser- and 35 full scholarships start- SAVE EVERY DAY .
vices will be held Thursday ing this summer have been
granted by the Arthur Vining "I_, '
July 6th, 230; p.m., at Israel ; !
Davis Foundations for exclu-
Primitive Baptist Church.Re- SOMETHING NEWTURKEY
mains will repose in the chapel sive use in the Bahamas and
will eventually reach a total of REAL
.
beginning 200 p.m. on Wed-
--- BACKS
nesday until 11:00: p.m. Wed- Antoinette W. Silva repre- 100 scholarships. MEATY LB.15C
Florida Memorial College
nesday. Remains will repose sented the Junior CwestattheState
pn the church beginning Thurs- commences its building pro-
Convention of the Florida
day a.m. until funeral time. Association of Girls Club held gram this summer and will be AND
TURKEY TAILSYOU'LLLO
located at N. W. 156th Street ;:
Survivors include herhusband 124BtE
ub Lake Wales, Florida June and LeJeune Road.Pro.rly 'EM
William Murkley;one brother, 17-21. She won first place in
Ellis Smith; three sisters, the annual oratorical contest
Mrs. Ethel Scott, Mrs. Mattie receiving $25 and a trophy. EGGS LIMIT 20
Whitfield and Mrs.Amanda The theme for the contest was OwnersTo cSM'\..\.. TO A MEa oa=. 15(
Shipp "Youth's Role in Meeting;the
Challenge _of Change in the Be Sued For
Making of a Better World" RKEy DRUMSTICKS
She was also the winner of the LB.23C
Garbage Bills .
FRANCIS Talent contest for her dramatic -
rendition of"For My Peo-
Wilton:Burroughs residingat ple' receiving$15.Antoinette The Metropolitan Dade
15800 N. W. 18 Ave., died was the winner of the Annual, County Waste Division is 1 QKEY GIZZARD'STURKEY 5 LBS. 954
Saturday, June 24th in Jack- Declamation contest sponsored readying foreclosure suits
son Memorial Hospital. He is by G.W.Carver Junior High, against property owners who
survived by a mother Mrs. in June for which she received have failed to pay their gar-
Lucille Burroughs, a daugh- a trophy. She is the daugh- bage bills. WINGS 4, LBS. 69
ter, Doris Hyler, sister ter.of Mr. Roderick.and Mrs.Verneka to Clarance
According Pat-
Elouise Small two brothers, Silva.
; KING-KOLE
terson,superintendent of the .
Cyril will be and conducted Vernald.WednesdayJune Services division, all special assess- SMOKED SAUSAGE 2;a 69t
28th at 2:00 p.m. in the OMISSIONIn ment liens in the for unincorporated waste fees incurred -, x

Chapel. our issue of May 26, un-
areas of Dade County from
der St. Nicholas West Indian July 1, 1959 to June 30, 1963 ". 29*
Eddie Flowers residing at Catholic Church, on the will be foreclosed by suits Instituted cut PORK CHOPS
1969 N. W. 2nd Ct.,No.4,died Church page, it is to be noted no later than June 30,
Wednesday June 21st in Vene- that the Rev. George F. 1967.
tian pursing Home. He is sur- Ehrllne, D. D., M.D.of the pOR NECK BONES Ls. 14c
vived by a wife Pearl; a sis- American Catholic Church "Notices were sent to the
ter, Mrs. Maggie Hall; a cou- (Apostolic Episcopal), assisted property owners by certified
sin, Al Reef. Funeral service in the consecreation of the mall," Patterson said, "and KENTUCKY
were conducted Monday, June church. The words in paren-
it's a shame that this action
26, at 1130a.m.intheChapel. theses were omitted. must be taken in some cases CHITTERLINGS 1 IU$1.75

where the air,0 U n t is very


small."But it is unfair to the rest WHOLE FRYERS '; LB.29
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691-7661 ,.
of the property owners who do
pay taxes to make them bear
r the financial burden of those GENUINE FOR THE HOLIDAY
who do not."
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ATTENDS LEADERSHIP Miamian Re-Elected to Execithre FRIENDSHIPRev.

TRAINING INSTITUTEJudy J. E. Jenkins, pastor

!P the University L. Wilcher of, Miami a studentat attended Board of United Church of Christ t!> The Ruby Young Lee Carr Matrons, reporter will I

a Leadership Training The United Church, a unionof sponsor the Spiritual Harmo-
Institute at world-famous Arrowhead the Congregational Chris- ilzers one of the most outstanding -

Springs in San Ber- tian and the Evangelical and groups of the city, come

nardino, California, with 275 Reformed churches, Is cele- and hear them, July 9th. FIRST BAPTISTOF
"I
other studentsf from across brating its tenth anniversarythis We are praying for out sick

JORDAN GROVERev. the country.The year. members. Visitors are always BROWNSVILLERev. r

of the confe- welcome to our services. ,
purpose j
Its 21-member Executive W. M. Davis, pastor
Smith
C. H. pastor rence, conducted by Campus
Eddie L. Gilbert, reporter Crusade for Christ Interna- Council, composed of min- Seven days from church Donella Turner, reporter IOn
isters and lay men and women, last Sunday June 25 the
Jordan Grove youth'sobserved tional from June 18 to 24, is makes one weak, so come to ,
conducts business for the denomination well
the
people as as
their sixth annual to train students how they can church and have your faith lift- young
in the Interim between
adults, enjoyed two wonderfuland
have a part in helping to take ed.
25 it
"youth day.Sunday, June the biennial meetings of Inspiring messages by A.
the Christian to the
was most enjoyable and a message
the General Synod.A CHURCH OF McDuffie and Veroncia
great success toward the welfare entire world in our generation. .s
of the church. The orderof Judy is the daughter of Mrs. native of Atlanta,Georgia, TRANSFIGURATIONFather Bowers. The chairman Doris
service carried out Una G.Carroll of 9120 NW 16th Mrs. Brown attended Fisk Bailey and co-chairman Al-
was Elisha S. Clarke vicar
Nashville Tenn. dean Sales Jr. would like to
properly by the youth and was Avenue, Miami. University, ,
The following 1967 gradu- thank that partici-
and is a graduate of the Uni- everyone
commenderable
highly by our ates awarded Medals for pated on the The
versity of Wisconsin.She were program
friends visitors and MRS. MARIE BROWN
mem-
,
their outstanding service to the total sum raised was $504.99.
bers. The message was deliv- CHRIST EPISCOPALTheo CINCINATTI, OHIO Mrs. and her husband, Dr. church: Sheila C. Clarke; Donnie Whitehead and Kattie

ered by Rev. C. Hollimon a John 0. (Marie) Brown, 1100N. John 0. Brown, an opthalmo- Sharon Fennell; Geraldine Efford was crowned Mr. and

young minister from Friend- R. Gibson, rector W. 61st Street, Miami,was loglst, have four children, Flanders; Alicia Smith; Cecil Miss First Baptist, for rais-
ship Baptist Church. Antoinette Silva, reporterOur John, Jr.,William,Gala Marie
the
re-elected to the National Taylor ; and Carrington ing highest amount of
Our Men's Day program will rector along with Mrs. Executive Council of the and Lawrence.The Williams. This Is an annual money.

begin in October, a specificdate Gibson and Theo Jr. motoredto United Church of Christ. 743 delegates attendingthe project sponsored the Episcopal July 3rd our revival will begin -
will be in our next week West Palm Beach on Sunday, General Synod sessions of
The election to a six-year Churchwomen.After the and continue thru July 14.
news, so please take this for where he was guest speakerfor the denomination at the Ne-
term took place at the meetingof graduate mass the graduateswere The Revivalist will be Rev.R.
your consideration.The the St. Patrick's Episco- the denomination's General therland Hilton Hotel here are honored with a brunch. B. Smith of Albany Georgia

men are to pay twenty- pal Church Men's Day pro- Synod, the representative discussing proposals on Our special graduate guest We're inviting all our visiting

five dollars, women ten dol- gram. of the two-million member peace, poverty,and racial jus- was Mr. Kenneth Duncombe.On friendfto join in and worshipwith
lars and Junior boys and girls The Ushers Guild held its United Church of Christ. The tice. Some 1,200 associate delegates us.
two dollars and fifty cents. regular meeting on Sunday alternates and visi-
Synod is meeting here June Friday, July 7 the church
Let us remember the desti- also .
afternoon. Officers elected tors are attending.Women's
22-29. is sponsoring our annual Boat
tute and the shut-ins. were William J. Stirrup t
,
Ride. The boat will leave Pier DRAKE MEMORIALRev.
chairman; Vernon Philip, Day At New Ethel 5, at 8:00p.m. Please be on

vice-chairman; Hubert time. You don't want to missa Jarius W. Dunn, pastor
BAHA'IS OF MIAMIThe
Thompson secretary and gala nightget your tickets The pastor, officers, and
Richard Knight I treasurer.The Joist, Miss Edith Storr. Many from any church member, the members thank their many

Baha'is of Miami and regular meeting will be thanks to our many friends thai t: cost of tickets; $2.00 per per- friends who took a part in the

their friends will meet Sunday held on the first Sunday of each came out to share with ustn this! son. We guarantee a most en- choir's first anniversary.Choir .

July 2 at the Holiday Inn, 2500 month. observance. Also our adver- No. 2 of St. Mark's,bro-
joyable evening.Our .
Brickelll Avenue, to view a The Bazaar Committee have tisers in our program.Sherry ther James Standford and our

color telecast of "And His completed plans for the Food- Parker, chairman, and Alice choir thrilled our souls with

Name Shall be One," a CBS A-Rama to be held on July 4th Harris, co-chairman. 10th Patronal Festival their musical selections.

production covering the Baha'i on the church grounds and the Thanks also to New Hope!> is now in the making. Please Deacon Clements will be in

Faith. Coffee will be served at Tom Thumb Wedding on July Baptist choir. circle these dates on your cal- charge of the sale at the churchon

9 a.m. The telecast will be 2nd. Mrs. Carmetta Brown is endar -- you can't afford to Saturday. All members

broadcast on T.V. Channel 4 the chairman. miss our 10th year celebration please see Deacon Clements

at 10 a.m., on the CBS program The Rt.-Rev. James L. Dun- Sunday, August 6, the the captain for the month of

"Lamp Unto My Feet." can, Suffragan Bishop of the Feast of the Transfiguration, June and pay your obligationson
Later at 8 Diocese of South Florida will Solemn High Mass Wednesday
p.m., a meetingwill or before Sunday.
be held at 137 NW 11th administer the Apostolic Rite August 9, Church annual and Remember to visit the sick

Avenue. The subject for this of Confirmation on July 16, at 10th Anniversary picnic, Hau- and shut-ins. Brother Tripp,

meeting will be "What is a 6:00: p.m. The public Is invit- lover Beach.Thursday August Deacon Roundtree and Sister

Baha'i?" The public is cor- ed to attend. 10, tenth anniversary dinner, Francis are at home.Sister M.

dially invited to attend both Your reporter celebrated a MRS. BERTHA CALDWELL dance, at 8:00: p.m., the PBA Thomas i In Jackson Mem-

meetings. quiet birthday on Sunday. Women's Day at New Bethelon Hall, 15100 N. W. 27th Ave. orial.

-- last Sunday was a great suc-
cess. We employ this methodto
GROVE
VALLEY
TEMPLE BAPTISTFirst
express our appreciation

REV. J. Torrance, pastor our guest speakers, Mrs.
Sunday services will Sister Huff, reporter Bertha Caldwell, our morning
be as usual with the Lord's 1 The revival is in processnow. speaker and Mrs. Irene Brownour

Supper being administered We are asking everyone evening speaker. Both -
during the morning and even- to out. Ros- also MRS. IRENE BROWN
please come Rev; were great, our guest so-
Ing. The choirs will sing joint-
coe Jackson, pastor of Greater -

ly.The New Macedonia is the BISCAYNE BLVD. I
men will have their get-
speaker.The .
together affair Friday night at pastor and members MT.. CALVARY LUTHERANEveryone
the home of Mr. and Mrs. is invited to wor-
wish to thank those who attended -
Rev. Samuel Atchison
pastor
Isaiah Arnett. The proceeds ship at Biscayne Boulevard
will be a push toward the goal our prayer meeting on last Cynthia M. Johnson, reporterThe Lutheran Church at the 11 a.m.
week. We were blessed with
set for Men's Day. Everymanis six members.Let worship service for July 2nd.
expected to stand his groundand Mt. Calvary members Pastor Earl Key of Our Savior
continue in for
us
prayer
extend a welcome to
warming
Lutheran Church of Pennsyl-
the women have promisedto
the sick shut-ins bereaved
,
do their part. everyone to come and worshipwith vania will be guest speaker.The .
families and those In the
them at time. Our
any Lord's will be giv-
Mrs. Eva Delancy, faithful armed services. Visitors are Supper
member of Choir No.1, who doors are always open.Sunday en and shared by members oi
welcome.
always school begins; at 9:30 a.m.,and
We do hope
has been on the sick list sev- the congregation.
eral weeks, was present on morning services, atll:00am many can attend and it is goodto '

Sunday, to the delight of the ST. JAMES AME and evening services, at 7:00 know during the hot -summer -

.Temple: family. p.m. Prayer meeting is held that we will be turning on

Mr. and Mrs. Hermon Clark The pastor is back from his every Thursday night. the air conditioning early.MT.CARMEL .
visitors vacation and would like to Welcome is a small word .- -
were among recent to
Nassau, where they visited relatives thank his assistant, Rev. David that has great meaning In the
and friends. Williams, for a splendid job. hearts of our many members.
President Louis Sparks,and Each member extends a cordial Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor

members of Usher Board No. invitation to everyone to Sister L. McGriff, reporterThe

GRACE PRESBYTERIAN 3, wish to thank everyone for come and worship with them at Willing Workers club

their wonderful support on anytime. wish to thank each and every- \ ,.
4 Hev. W. F. Savoy pastor
their 4th anniversary.The one who turned out with themon \ '-
Congratulations to the sen- their anniversary.Let's .
July-ites are having a,
ior high fellowship and the for all of our sick .
dinner sale on Sunday In the pray
youth choir for the fine wor- SHILOH and those In the hospital and :
Parish Hall, at 1:00 p. m. :
ship service that they directed Everyone is Invited. Homestead, Fla. at home. Pray for Sister 'fl' > "

last Sunday morning. Special to the June-ites: it Rev. L. K. McGriff, Pastor Bradley, her twin brother is

Sunday Is Communion day, Is the greatest pleasure that I Deloris Duncan, reporterThe very ill in New Jersey. Visi-
and our communion message extend to you my best wishes Shiloh Baptist Church tors are always welcome.We Second Supreme chapter No. Katie Parish crowns newly

will be taken from the book of for a job well done. I hope too, will begin its t Revival meet- have a rally going on for 4,Order of Eastern Stars cele- elected queen, Bessie Ervin I

Philippians. that In the coming year, per- ing. Prayer meeting will be- our building fund. The men are brated their annual Tea F sh- Miss Supreme No. 4 for 1967

.,Vacation bible school will sonal satisfaction will be one gin on June 26 and preachingwill taxed $25.00 dollars and the ionette on Sunday, June 11, at and 68.Mrs. .

begin Monday, lasting for two of the ful-f111ments of each of begin July 3.The Rev.Al- women $15.00 dollars to our Israel Bethel BaptistChurch.Dr. .
weeks, from five to seven p.m. ford Is pastor of the Ronnia visitors and many friends you Simpson was the principal Lucille Miller Is

Special emphasis will be put you.Rev.. F, E. Sneed, is pastor Baptist Church of West Palm may help us also. Just come speaker and the affair was well Worthy Matron and Mrs.

on music and Bible study for and Joseph R. Marshall,is the Beach and he will conduct the over and give me your name attended. Pictured above, for- Susie Hawkins is Associate
primaries and juniors. reporter. meeting. and money. mer queen of the chapter. Matron.

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I THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday June 301967' 17

NEW PROVIDENCE, NEW MT. MORIAH Muslim; .
Rev C. J. Burney,pastor Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor News
Arsula Edwards, reporterOur Sister
pastor, Rev. Burney, Evelyn Souter,reporterOur BY BERNARD SHERIEFF bottles, molotov cocktails pop
will be preaching, at the Sun- I bottles and bricks, knives and M .
monthly conference tonight Muhammad's Mosque No 29 ba-
fruitless amidst
are ,
School B. T. U. Conven- guns
day (Thurs.\ at 8.00p.m.The Alji In Miami is taking the lead in
tion of the Seaboard Baptist V" zookas, tear gas, army, navy,
pastor is
asking all membersto activities which is
community
Association of Florida, Fri- Cost G u a r d and the military
please be present and on not unusual. The Mosque
of this inclu-
might Country,
day night, July 7 at 8 o'clock. time.
stands as a symbol towards
The convention will convene sive with atom and hydrogen
with the New Hope Baptist July and August are two busy education of the socalledNegro bombs. He pointed out that the
months for and has been dedicated in must be fulfilled and
Church of Fort Lauderdale, us, our Ushers' prophecy
Fla., 1321 NW WhStreet,'Rev Boards and the No. 1 Choir will behalf of the "Black commu- we should not be foolish, as it
G. W. Phillip Is pastor and it 'I nity" by the honorable Elijah is written, "Many will die in
Ji Muhammad, messenger of the streets for the lack of
held 6 9.
will be July through (
The Pastor's Aid Club will i r r 't: Allah. Fiery, outspoken, min- knowledge." A new drive was
isterTroy Bey, Miami representative launched to encourage every-
sell dinners Saturday, July 1.
Call 758-0922 for free deli- of the honorable one to get the much publicized
Elijah Muhammad, had as his to the BlackMan"
book "Message
Price is $1.00. ...
s
very.
"
text last Sunday race riots, where Mr. Muhammad
The Lord's Supper will be .J
upheavals across the nation answers the critics and if they
served Sunday during our
service. and the divine solution. He read his answers, they would
evening warned, that sticks, stones,
Our Consecration Hour of 4 not be so misinformed.

prayer will be held every Sun ""...
day morning at 5. Prayer PROTCCY YOUR FURNITURE
meeting will be held Tuesday Gospol Festival For VarietyA 1 WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTY.

evening at 8. Let us attend our giant gospel song festivalis the Greater Miami Council of c t 0 CUSTOM MADE

prayer meeting.Let planned for July 9th, 7:30 Churches. i PLASTIC FURNITURE
us continue in prayer for p.m., at the Marine Stadium to, Jerry Bell, president of SLIP COVERS
our sick and bereaved fami- help raise funds for'Variety Variety Club and director of CIYITAL CLiAI o s rll ,
lies. Children's Hospital. the Marine Stadium an-' .G MlAVt LONG LAAITICN6
City Commissioner Mrs. nounced that City Manager KM rULLTUAIANtllD. MUMANT, $
Athalie Range is honorary Melvin Reese and the Com- .
GLENDALE BAPJ1S'rRev. chairman of the event which is mission wholeheartedlypraised HIMMIMAN... Lwl a ,L LM
B. L.Turner,pastor open to the public.Tickets are the project and signeda IMIf uriiiulALIMmUN INN TML L+ 1IG ,T Or
Mrs. R. Harrington, reporterOur $1.00 :with children up to the resolution offering the stadium flat Nt m ISTIAIATIU OG
Girls Auxiliary spent a age of 12 years admitted free. to the gospel group free (til"NISPECIALIZING VINIII. IN PLASTIC AAltCA! oa
wonderful day camping and Over 200 vocalists, instru- c harge for the one evening. G nil ritriM SLIP S'EXCLUSIVELY NIGHT
studying at Tropical Fairchild mentalists and entertainersare "There will be no chargesor

Gardens Tuesday. The adult slated to appear, headedby expenses whatsoever to House ol Gretchen 3 4 r" "f 084Formerly
workers were: Mesdames these gospel groups; TheC these church groups for the
I Francis Lenard, Bessie Holt, Lord C's, the Rossettes, use of the stadium in this Gretchen-Nicholat PUstic Cover.Jack's *
! Christine Burch, Versie Starlight Gospel Singers, and worthwhile cause," said Bell.
i Turner and Rutha Harrington.Rev. the Macedonia Four Quartet. Tickets are available at the
Joseph Coats is teach- Well-known soprano church Variety Club headquarters in
ing some inspirational lessons soloist Sister Elvira Burney, the DuPont Plaza Hotel; at the MEN'S WEARSEE
in our Bible class each Monday $ will be the featured singers, Marine Stadium;and by calling
night at 730. He will bring the and choirs from many of Mia- Mr. Charlie Davis In Opa- "MR. JACK"
messages this Sunday, mi's churches are also on the locka at 621-7427. FOR
Mrs. Turner, Mrs. Grant program. proceeds of the even- STYLES FOR ALL AGES
and Mrs. Harrington will attend Mrs. Vernice Ross,a gospel Ing's concert will be turned The Very Latest in Men'i Fashions
the Baptist Women's Con- group director who has raised over to Variety C h 11 d re n's
ference up at Lake Yale, Fla., $ funds for Variety through Hospital which is still seeking SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
Thursday and Friday of this many benefit concerts,is gen funds to meet its day-to-day ITALIAN SHOES
week. eral chairman of the evening, operations and offset some of
944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI, FLORIDA
Let us continue to pray for assisted by Harry Lewis of its outstanding indebtedness
the sick and for the boys In the : Variety Club Tent No. 33, Mrs. totalling $2,000,000.
service everywhere. You are Carrie Jackson and Luther
always welcome to worship Pierce, executive director of -
with us in all of our services. .
Don't forget to bring your ? :"' "
Bibles to the Lord's house. I : 'SAMPSON'S MARKET |

rla \. ..
ST. MARY'S W. M. 11 "

Sunday is the first Sunday.Our mother.'I 1:: 7466 NW 62 ST.

pastor will preach. Com- :...: '
munion will be served all day.
Both ushers boards and Joint :
Free 696-5711
choirs will serve all day. Delivery'
Our congratulations to Mr. ,
and Mrs. Israel Clarke upon J ..
\ the marriage of their son, a r ;
Roosevelt Collins to Miss \ '

Hazel Brown. 4th Y ,
of'July'
Our deepest sympathy to

Rev. J. R. Evans and family of _..-. --- : .
Delray in the loss of his wife, San Antonio-Airman Mark \
Mrs. Berle Evans. Gibson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bar-B-Q SPECIAL !
The Woman's Day committee Ben Gibson of 6824 A 10th
will hold an all day sale at
Ct., Miami, has been assignedto
the church on Tuesday, July Travis AFB, Calif., for s"
4. The public invited to come v
Air
training and duty as a U.S. .,,
out and help us.The Baby Con- Force air policeman.
test sponsored by the ushers The airman recently com
boards will be held on Monday pleted basic training at Lack- 2'0 S BABY SPARE RIBS
10 at 8:30 at the
July p.m. land AFB, Tex. He becomes a
church. The public Is also in- member of the Military Air

vited.Let us not forget to pray for lift Airman Command.Gibson, a 1964 1 JAR SALAD DRESSING

and visit our sick and shut-ins. graduate of Miami Northwestern -
Visitors are always welcome S e n lor High School, attended -

NEW at St.MACEDONIA Mary's. sity. Florida A & M Univer 5 WHITE BAG LB. POTATOES fJ


Rev Roscoe Jackson, pastor
The pastor wish to thank 1 JAR OF BAR-B-Q !fOF YOUR
SAUCE
each and everyone who accompanied CHOICE
him to Zion Hope MB
Church to speak on their Men's (:" t


Day Beginning program.the second Friday Sunday night in next before 2: sEE; BREAD :P L'.r 'I' .,.J.':

month, July 7 and closing out Ii '
the second Sunday afternoon, C
SODAS FLAVORS ;
ASST.
12 /
Ushers' Board No.:one will observe oF' ,
their fifth anniversary. '
+:
Deacon W. L. Lightbourn -

president.On PINT OFSwEETUIXEO, PICKLESl'
the fourth Sunday, the Smiling Eddie Lee Pittman, 1
youth department of the church popular local businessman and
will observe their fifth annual owner of the Dive-Inn Bar,
Youth Day. Brothers J. Nixon 1772 NW 79th St. Phone 691-: GRADE
and J.Lumpkin,the directresses 9431. invites all his old 1 FRYER
and all of the youth of the friends to come and meet new
church along with the members friends. Everyone welcome.
tirelessly to Enjoy the pool room and bow
working
make are this day a trememdous ling.tioned.Completely air (condi-lndef) ALL 8 ITEMS $6.88'---

success.
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18 THE MIAMI, TIMES '30 1967
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The City-Wide Ushers Union of Ft.Lauderdale recently culminated By Walter Bowe

their seventeenth anniversary with a banquet held at
Robbie L. Brayboy took over
the New Mt. Olive Baptist Church. Mrs. Doris Roach delightedthe \
t 9
as cammander of VFW Post
audience with an appropriate reading on the theme "Love,"
8195 West Sunday
Hollywood, ,
Mrs. Esther Martinez and truly provided Instrumental
yours 46wrN
j June 18. The next meeting will
and vocal m u s rc respectfully. Miss Augustine McDaniel of
':
be on Sunday, July 2, at 6p.m.
Clark Atlanta Georgia Inspired the mora than
College, S1at
Please don't forget the Friday
seventy-five members and guest with an interesting and time
and Saturday night fish fry.
j. ly message. Mrs. Annie Mae Dailey, the chairman of the organization Plenty of refreshments and ,
was presented with a lovetokend twenty-five dol-
music. Members, be presentand
t, lars as a gesture appreciation for years of devoted service. bring a friend. t
/!.
Mrs. Ruth Nunn of Clear-
The ever civic minded Usher Union this year awarded ten
water was here last weekend
scholarships of fifty dollars each to graduating seniors in the
visiting her parents, Mr. and
tauderdale area. Mrs. Gerald Bullard of 4209 S. ANNOUNCEMENTThe
Our heartiest congratulations to congenial and personableMrs.
W. 20th St., West Hollywood.She .
Frances Smoot, our summer time"Girl Friday," on her Sweeting's Foundation
her
was accompanied by
recent birthday last Saturday, June 24th.Is she sweet sixteen?
Fund is picnic
husband and baby. Inc. sponsoring a Broward
fun filled week planned for all
The Elk's Rest has another The Progressive MasonicLodgeofW.Hollywood' on the Fourth of July from
the local c it 1z enry. June 30th, there will be a "Miniskirt" meets 2 to 6 p.m. on the Sweeting's I Sport Scene
benefit dance for the Elk's Lodge. Dancing from 10:00 p.m. to
every second and fourth Estate, 2148 NW 4th Street, Coulty'sD1l1ard
with music the Royal Dukes of Rhytum. Saturday, I
2:00 a. m. by Thursday night at the Pride of Fort Lauderdale. We are asking -
July 1st, a "Shipwreck Ball" sponsor ed bytheC & E Club. Hollywood Lodge Hall In Lib- all parents to bring their
Dancing also from 10:00 p.m.ti112:00: a.m. music by the Royal children.
eria, Obediah Ferguson,W.M.
Dukes of Thytum. Sunday, July 2nd,Streeter's Beauty Box will Mr. and] Mrs.Walter A.Bow re Committee: Mrs. Noah

present a Hair Fashions and Wigs Style Show from 5:30 p.m. to celebrated their 27th wedding Meeks and Mrs. Alberta E. High gym recreation program was greeted with a

7:30 p.m. and dancing after the show ti112:00 a.m. Monday, anniversary quietly at homeon Alier. tremendous turnout for the first week of the summer program.

July 3, the VenusClubwillholditsannual July 3rd, dance. The June 22. Participants took part in a variety of activities. The basket-

ri Royal Dukes of Rhythm will provide music for dancing till 2:00 The South Broward V. F. W. ball leagues started June 26th. Senior high boys will play on

a.m. Post No. 8195 will hold its Wiggins, Adj. Monday and Wednesday mornings from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00

regular meeting on Sunday, The Gay Ladies of West noon. Junior high boys will play on Tuesday and Thursday
The New Mt. Olive Day Care Center will be closed on tues- July 2, at 3:00 p.m. Members Hollywood will sponsor their mornings from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon. Theadult basketball

day, July 4th, but will reopen Wednesday,July 5th. And so will please be present. The 1968 Annual Pre-Forth of July league will be held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from

the Northwest YMCA Day Camp and Kindergarten, membership drive is now on. Dance at the Embassy Club In 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.Track and field events will be conducted each

Veterans that served over Ft. Lauderdale, Monday, July Monday night at 7:30 p.m. on the Dillard High School athletic
married to Milton An-
Mr.
Bertha Mae was
Miss Gregory seas are eligible to join. 3, from 10:00 to 2:00 p.m.The field. Mr. Alfred Mallard will be giving 0 xing Instruction at
In
24 at 4:00 a
afternoon June p.m.
derson last ,
Saturday
, Robbie L. Brayboy, Jr. Is public is Invited. Donation at the Dillard gym daily. Come out and singup for this new pro-
i I lovely house wedding. Performing the ceremonies was the Rev.G. .
door $1.25. Tables free. gram.
the commander and
Jimmy ,
E. Weaver. The wedding! took place in the home of the

' bride's mother Mrs.Elizabeth Gregory. Miss Mary McNeil and The staff at Sunland Park proudly announces that every Fri-

Miss Lucille Dixon served as bridesmaides, Mr.George Lovett :i Kirk Isolated day will be fun day for all playground participants. The first

N and Mr. Leon Thomas served as best men. Mr. Sidney Jones P1TiOn Fun Day held June 24th was a big s u c c e s s. More than sixty

gave the lovely bride away.The bride wore the traditional long participants took part in kick ball, pin relays,bottle relay and

white lace gown, with a headpiece of white seeded pearl and a I From NegroCommunity horseshoes. The special event for the coming week will be a

short train. A reception was held after the wedding in her mo- balloon relay.

ther's home. A honeymoon is planned for later, but the plans a I

have not been disclosed yet. The learn to swim program at the pool started with a big

The National Congress of Parent,Teacher's Association was I rI splash. The first cycle classes ended Friday June,23rd. Skill

held recently in New Orleans, Louisianna.Attending from this NAACP test were administered 83 beginners, 8 advance beginners and

city was Mrs. Elizabeth Williams, District Ten President, Charges 2 advanced swimmers. Certificates were issued to all parti-

Mrs, Gladys Levine, Sunland Park Elementary,School, Mrs. The NAACP demand on Sunday cipants who passed their skill t e s t. The two advance swim-,

(, Elizabeth Gregory, President :Dillard High..P.; T.A., Mrs. that Governor Claude Kirk mers, Angela Brayon and Tommy Reddick both passed the advance

Joanna Bradley, President Larkdale Elementary P.T.A. The hired a Negro administrativeaid swimmers skill test. Both A n gel a and Tommy had to
convention was held at the Jung Hotel In downtown New Or- i was responded toby swim 700 yards using different strokes.

' leans.A Florida's Chief Executive who Walker playground conducted the following events lad weekto

said he had "two fine Negro select participants for up coming city wide special events:
very busy Mrs Susie Holley just returned from attendingthe gentlemen" working In the Four square pick up sticks,, marble shooting and table shuffle-
National School and B.T.U. Training Conference in
Sunday July 2 Madam Streeterof state office of Economic Op- board. Outstanding participants d u r i n g the week at Walker
1 Milwaukee Wisconsin. Mrs. Holley reports that she had ,
Streeter's Beauty Box will portunity.In were: Robert Griffin, Roosevelt Holland, Johnny Price, Ricky
grand time and that the weather was just beautiful. The meet-
hold a spectacular fashion A Miami television inter Moore, Jerry Davis, Michael McCray, Vanita James,Cynthia
attended from all over the world.
was by delegates
largely
ing Prideof view, Kirk said, "I have used Williams, Debra Adams and Cathy Roberts.
' show at the Elk's Lodge
Mrs. Holley Is now making ready to go to Lake Yale, Floridato "
J' attend the first all Florida Missions Conference. This two Fort Lauderdale, No. 652. these two men diligently.

day meeting June 29-30 is sponsored by all Baptist Women'sState There will be presented some He said he would not hire a Sunland Park athletics under the able leadership of Mr.

Convention both Negro and white. of our city's most fashionable Negro" just to be hiring some- Samuel Dukes has a swinging athletic program under way this

models with hair styling by boyd. summer. Mr. Lewis Stiiggles has class conducted
Dr. and Mrs. Gordon M e r r itte recently visited his Alma an archery
Mater, The Meharry Medical college, Nashville, Tennessee Mrs. Streeter, the owner of The executive board of each Tuesday and Thursday morning at 10:00 a.m. the first

,for his tenth year class reunion. Since this is Mrs. Merritt's Streeter's Beauty Box located, Florida NAACP branches, week of the class has been geared toward fundamentals and

< home they naturally visited her mother and lots and lots of relatives at 1108 N. W. 6th Street. meeting in Miami last Satur- rules only. Instructions In shooting, stringing the bow, stance,

and friends. All accounts from Mrs. Merritt says that day, charged that Kirk is"isolated scoring, point of aim and range finding will be Included laterin

their two weeks there were wonderful.The Mrs. Streeter is formerlyof from" the Negro com- the program. Timothy Frails, Donn James, Evelyn Daniels,

monthly fourth Sunday singing concert by the youth of the New York City. She has munity.Marvin Davies Alex Rowland, Gregory Hamilton, and Tommy Robinson are
Lower East Cost Churches of Christ was held in Miami at the graduated from most of the NAACP the pupils thus far. This class Is open to all boys and girls.
field said Kirk had
secretary
Church of Christ with Street Institutions of The tennis being conducted
Liberty City the Twenty-fourth leading cosmetology program by Mr. Herman Pitt-
Church of Christ as host congregation.All of the youth groups in New York City. ignored pleas that he appointa man and Mr. Andrew Degreffenreidt was hindered somewhatby

from the Lower EastCoastparticipated, and every group was Governor's Commission of the weather last week.Allan Mellows,Joseph Owens, Ronald
Human Rights. He said Kirk
superb. A grand and glorious time was had by all who attended. Large, David Scruggs,Reggie Jones,Gerald Wilcox and Robert
The hostesses will be Lacy was partly to be blamed for the
July 2nd, begins the first day of the summer gospel meeting to Harold took part in tennis activities last week.There Is a
and Lisa models
Graham from
riots In Tampa because he had
be held at the Golden Heights Church of Christ, 2500 N.W. 15th small entry fee of 25 cents charged all participants In the ten,
the La Del Models. Mrs.Char- failed to listen to Negro
Ct. Brother J. 0. Williams from Milwaukee,Wisconsin will do pro- nis program. Awards will be presented to the outstanding ten-
I lotte Fullen, customer and a blems and Ignored the NAACP
I the preaching. Services will begin each evening at 8:00 p.m. teacher. recommendations. nis players at the end of the summer program. On Monday and

The public is cordially Invited to attend. Wednesday nights from 7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.tennis instruc-

According to Mr. Fred Pinkston, Public Information Officer tion is being offered for Junior and senior high school students.

for the Economic Opportunity Coordination Group the latest

"happenings" around Broward County are the Neighborhood Help Support, Your YMCABY North Fork Playground has scheduled a summer interestingand

t'" Youth Corps "Mod Clinics." However, the gatherings at the worthwhile activities fo r your enjoyment. Low organize

\ clinics won't be discussing Aretha Franklin, the Monkees, or SUBSCRIBING TO games, crafts, active games, exercise clubs, drill teams and

the Mamas and the Papas, but they will be learning the latest nter-playground activities await all those who come to North

scoop on good grooming and personal hygiene. The clinics, r 4trf1.lJSm n1R Fork Playground. The North Fork S chool cafeteria will be

sponsored by the NYC Program's are concerned with the en- iA .line made available for use on Monday and Wednesday nights. Mon

rollee's total development.The philosophy Is not that only must day night being family night and Wednesday night do it yourself

"( these youngsters learn job skills but they must be given guidance The Northwest Branch YMCA gets $1.00 from night. Registration will be held daily at North Fork so you can

f in proper grooming,dressing and getting along with peo subscription sold in Broward get In on all the fun. Mrs.Delevoe, Mr. Harris and Miss Burns
h ple. At the clinics, a fashion show by professional models is every County. will be on hand to greet you.Alton and Ruby Tuff took all hon

: presented, experts on skin care and personal hygiene are ors in the sister and brother one and two legged relays. EliZa-

brought in, and barbers and hair stylists are available for con- Start Your Subscription Today. beth Shelley and Anthony Shelley came in second place on the
; sultation. One clinic I has already been held Sanders Park carrom and box hockey contest. Even Joe Baker received hon

\ Elementary School in Pompano Beach.The next Mod Clinic" ors in the marble shootingcontest.The special event at North

will be held Friday, June 30th at Lincoln Park Elementary in Nome Fork this week will be "Target Day. Wehope you will be on

Ft. Lauderdale at 7:30: p.m. To date, 275 enrollees have been hand to witness this week's fun.

: placed In various job sites around the country, including Address ,

.) schools, hospitals, and city governments. The youth work 30 City __
hours per week at $1.25 per hour with the federal government

> underwriting the total cost. Stat. S OUR CLASSIFIED ADS
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A
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Enclose $5.00 and mall to Northwest Branch YMCA
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BY DR. RAMAN VASHI Teenage- "Pop- Hop"- Dances

Hindu{ Priest from Bombay, India, Fallow of i A joint effort by private enterprise each be held from 3 to 5 p.m. of Recreation," said Simms.
Thaosophlcal) Society (England), Astrologer, and public agenciesto every Saturday beginning July He said the City of Miami
and Yogi. enhance recreation op- 1st. The last dances of the sea- Recreation Division will
!. portunities among teen-agers son will be held on Sept. 2. handle the dances at the Car
Do you know Hindus In India make the Zodiac Signs quite dif > .'! / in Dade County's Negro neigh- "Through the cooperationof ver and Washington schools,
ferently than all the rest of the world? ,' borhoods was announced Joint the Dade School Board and under the supervision of E. R,
To learn your moon-sign send 75$, your name,address, ly today by the Dade County Lou Tasse, director of Com- ring, Superintendent of
place and time of birth to Dr.Raman Vashl, P.O. Box 231, Shenandoah ,., ., 1N Community Relations Board munity Schools," said Simms, Recreation.
Sta. Miami, Florida 33145. I' .'" (;/' a r and Pepsi-Cola Bottlersof "five public school gyms will
{ r Miami, Inc. "These dances are an Im-
be utilized. They include thoseat
Your Hindu system Zodiac Sign reading from Friday June 30 ; 7,, "h.'Ya- C r "The Dade County Commu- Mays High School, 11700 portant part of the overall edu-
thru Thursday July 6. nity Relations Board, in co- Hainlin Drive Goulds North cational and recreational pro-
;
A special award was
pre-
operation with the Dade County Dade High School, 1840 N.W. grams planned this summer by
sented June 22 to David L
,
ARIES (moon sign) Family happiness,friends cordial,pres- School Board and the Metro 157th St.; Northwestern High city and county agencies, especially
Everett of 1581 N.W 84thSt.,
,
tige high, but some strain with neighbors, Lucky numbers 4, who is employed at the General and City of Miami Depart- School, 7007 N. W. 12th Ave., In those areas where
8 and 12.TAURUS. ments of Parks and Recrea- facilities for such programs,
Miami George Washington
Tire Co., 700 N. E. 167th St., ;
(moon sign) Cordial with sopuse,matrimonial set- in North Miami Beach Florida. tion has evolved an excellent Carver High School,4901 Lin- have been below average,"
tlement if not married.On the 4th and 5th students spend more. The award, a plaque bearingtwo program of free dances, pat coln Drive, Coconut Grove, said Simms.
1st and 2nd children worries parents.Lucky numbers 2,8, uncirculated silver dol- terned after the TV record and Booker T. Washington "We know that teen-agers
12, and 10.GEMINI. lars, two Kennedy half-dol hops, and to be held every Saturday High School, 1200 N. W. 6th admire disc Jockeys and we
(moon sign) Although display sense In all afternoon in six differ-
you good lars, and a specially minted Ave., Miami.A are grateful for PepsiCola'sparticipation
aspects or spheres of activities have mental tension and ent of the said
you commemorative coin set in an areas county, sixth location will be at which permits us
you are more uncertain if you have not a definite program. You automotive engine design,was Herbert G. Paige, general the Brownsville Community to feature at least one of these
have to blame yourself for your troubles.The 6th can be event presented for exceptional cus- manager of the Miami Pepsi Building, 2741 N. W. 49th St., 'well-known radio personalities -
for good news. Lucky numbers 3, 5, 7, and 12. tomer service by a representative plant. through the cooperation of the at every dance every
i CANCER (moon sign)Undesirable and unavoidable expenses. of the Gates Rubber Co. "We learned that private Brownsville ImprovementAsson. week, and also provides us
J, Mind Is restless on account of domestic or home matters. 1st The Denver-based rubber sponsorship was needed to with the music."
July expect some income. Students are warned about extravagance company sponsors a nation- help foot the bill and Pepsi- "Dances held at Mays, In addition tobelng"Pop
oil the 4th and 5th. Lucky numbers 2, 4, and 8. wide contest (now in its 35th Cola is happy to participatein North Dade, Northwestern Hops" the dances will also be
LEO(moon sign) Just mind your own business and avoid all year) to reward service sta- this fine project. We will at the Brownsville Community "Sock Hops," with all dancers
s informal meetings. Health normal,spouse alright,children not tion personnel who provide exceptional provide disc Jockey from Building will be under the direction wearing socks and parking
too good. Lucky numbers 1, 4,9, and 12. customer service.A radio stations WAME and of the Dade County their shoes while they danceon
VIRGO(moon sign) Take all possible chances of good busi- fleet Gates MysteryCars" WMBM and o t h e r personalities Recreation Division headed by the f1 1 o o r s of the gymnasiums. -
ness prospect never mind if you have to work hard. Health not regularly travels across the and music for each of the Art Peavy,Jr.,superintendent .
Friends and with bother- six "Pop Hops" during the
to good. helpful prestige high some country stopping at service -
some and social meetings. Unlucky on 1st,2nd and 3rd. Lucky stations. Each"MysteryCar"has ten-week period," said Paige,
numbers, 2, 7, and 11. Award "and will also help promote Phonoi !HA 1-7203 Notary Public>>
a worn fan belt. plaques -
LIBRA(moon sign) Health not bad,yet you are not cheerful. are presented to station attendance at the dances
Luck normal and co-operation from spouse. Students keep personnel who notice the defective through our radio commer-
many plans, yet hardly any materialize. Finance unsteady belt and offer to replace cials." ,3 tnttle
fueetittB
not shaky. 3rd and 4th bad dates and possible delay and dis- it. Robert H.Simms,deputy director c
turbances. Lucky numbers 1, 4, 8, and 10. of the Community Re- AND ASSOCIATES
SCORPIO(mooq sign) I do not expect any problem and if you lations Board, praised Pepsi
face any they are of your own making. Any delayed progress for its participation in the pro' # PUBLIC SERVICEPublic
about finance or trade goes well from the 4th. Do not worry DINNER SALE gram and also commended
about any opposition of family, friends. Spouse Is in excellent Radio stations WAME and >> Relations Consultant
shape any good money benefits in the making.Lucky numbers AU day dinner sale sponsored WMBM, both of which have Theatrical Editor The Miami Tlmo
2,8, and 12.CAPRICORN. by local board of the GUO agreed to provide public ser-
(moon sign)You are alright and perhaps in bet- of PB, Saturday July 1st, at vice announcements promot-
ter shape than before. Health is fine despite busy time. Child 5525 N. W. 7th Avenue. Place png the program. 16351 NW 18th Place (Bunch Pork) Miami, Florida
ren bring some trouble. Lucky numbers 2, 3, and 10. your order for delivery by cal Simms said the dances will
AQUARIUS (moon sign) How to avoid quarrels with your ling, 371-0713.
neighbors is your pro b 1 e m. So involvement is possible ,P.B. Hall 754-2842, Mrs .
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Spouse giving you your best time on the 4th and 5th. Students Laura Williams chairman.
meet the opposite sex. Some dates. Health fine. Lucky num- MR. WALTERS
bers 1, 2, and 11.
PISCES (moon sign) No adventure advised in trade or fin-
ance. Finance all well, but keep alert to borrowing or loan- FINEST PROUDLY PRESENTS
ing. Children in good shape, keep sharp with friends and old
associations. 'Health normal. Lucky numbers 2, 4, 6, and 9. PRINTINGSERVICE
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i NAACP Makes Appeal' Memberships/ Miamiaii Corpsman Named of WeekPARKS Job


r ,AwBY MRS. BESSIE BRUNT people of all races and faiths tensfying our efforts to sil- Image of Brotherhood Unity in
Today we are turning our ence to the Instruments of hat the Greater Miami and Dade 1'1I
The cause action Isin hearts and minds on the future, ed and pre judical, County through our NAACP JOB CORPS CENTER I
need of you and your creative to see what humanity has uponus Since NAACP is totally depending memberships.Send Pleasanton,Calif.Paul
concern at many levels of your memberships to Jones, this week's Corpsmanof
the
for the immediate days upon generous your
ability and interest. The NA contributions f NAACP Opa-lockabranch, the Week, shouldbe familiarto
ahead of our children for the 0 our many
ACP affords foryouanop- next generation. We see our- friends, we appeal to you now 2555 N. W. 159th Street, Opa- most corpsmen, for he was
portunity to implement your liberal We locka Fla. 33054. Adult mem- recently elected to the post of tdI
concern and utilize your abili- selves facing a world of poli- for your support. presi- I
Government
ties. We are deeply Impressed tical and racial views,but we need your support both morally berships $2.00, $3.50, $5.00 Corpsman ;
are .gearing our programsto and financially because and upyearly.. Youth membership dent.According ,
with four things in the great i 4 (
to George
Mr.
Miami andDa-de County meet the on-slaugher of the freedom is not free.Let us together 1- 17 years $..5017
r areas: new generation and we are In- help to create a real 21 years, $1.00 yearly. Jouthas specialists, Automotive, last counseling week ''J'JII

1 The Importance of the Na-
Paul. He
for
was a busy one
tional Association for the Advancement was elected president and was II
of Colored People, also graduated from the IIi
and Its day by day service to Leadership Training dorm as i
the communities. a senior trainee. Graduation ;'I r E art"

2. The dedication ofthevol- ceremonies were held at coming to Job Corps,he said,
.., unteer workers and local administration Building 1020 on Thursday, was to get his G.E.D. He will

May 25,and Paul is one ofthree take his pre-tests next week.
3. The financial obligationsand senior trainee graduates due While here, he became inte-
commitment of the many to receive an honor award this rested in the automotive trade,
friends who have and who have
ktlF week at a special banquet at and has successfully completed -
not given generously to the Culinary Arts. the service station and
mimlmal cost of operating the Paul came to Parks Job tune-up modules. He Is now

NAACP. Corps Center from Miami, going into brake service work.
4. The deep desire expres- Fla., where he was working as Paul suggests to all corps-
sed that National Associationfor a porter at one of the hotels at men that they should stop playing -
the Advancement of Colored Miami Beach. Paul decided to around and really hit the
People shall continue to direct enter the Job Corps because he books. He suggests this for-
and underguide the pro- felt that it was necessary to mula for success: education
of Freedom.We feel that
gram education and learn a
have an plus training equals opportu-
it is important for you to know J
good trade. nity, equals money, equals
what this relationship with the in
His primary purpose success.
NAACP means in a broad and -
world wide aspect. The
NAACP is an organization that
was founded by a group of con TOP YOURSELF OFF Glamourously)

cerned people more than 50 With a 100% Human Hair Exotic Fashion Wig
years ago. These people were _
interested in utilizing their TiThe e
time, talent,and ability,to help w Wigs-FaIls Instant Credit Pay As
the minority and disadvantagegroups Economic Opportunity Program, Inc. of Dade County .Employment Counse- Available You Wear
and today NAACP is lors, membersof the Urban League and part of the Employment Development staff, Wiglets
one of foremost civil rights as part of their in-service training program, toured Eastern Air Lines complete physical
p, organizations in its practicefor plant they were shown a slide presentation which covered strides and plansfor Call Miss Ernestine now for an appointment -
equal opportunities In Jobs the future in Eastern's Equal Opportunity program. It was very informative and Get a FREE Wig Styling Brush
housing, education and etc. has enabled the counselors to perform their function of referrals more effectively.Front .
The NAACP is the root of con- to back: Standing; R. C. Coleman, employment manager, Eastern. Seated R. Exotic Fashions CALL

version of the struggle for Lawson, Coconut Grove; J. McArthur, 395 NW 1st St., C. Jennings, Urban League; WIG SALON

freedom to overcome the B. Brown, Urban League, S,Hutcheson, Brownsville; T. Johnson, Perrine; C. Dent, 6250441QUALITY
of hate and 15980 NW 27th
practice prejudice AVE. MIAMI
fear regardless of Culmer Center; C. Bullord, S. Miami; Rahming, Homestead, C. Sutton, Liberty City; ,
race,
A. Presha, Little River and B. Larson, Eastern.
vreed, color or national orgin.
Through education, administration -
and spiritual
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needs of man,the NAACP work

successful A

tion thousands of concerned

ATTENTION PARENTSIf
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your child is entering first
grde in September, 1967,and
has not attended kindergarten; L
t I the Head Start Program wel- Lte4i yY ..y.r
comes him to the summer ses- it's

sion.Date
aid time:Monday June .
19th through July 28th, from My
8:00 1130am.: rcorningses- }
'*sions; 12:00 3:00p.m.after-
noon sessions. Schools; Dun-

bar Elementary, 505 N. W, 20 I t "
Street, Miramar Elementary, o .d
109 N. E. 19 Street, Douglas
Elementary, 314 N. W. 12th
Street. Come and registeryour
,: ,,
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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, June 30, 1967 21

with. ATA Junior Championships Girls Off To AAU TrackChampionships

Spearing .....
: At Union University
Barbara Williams and Joyce
is
Barbara will participate
I The 13 events NationalJun- $ 5.00 PACKAGE DEAL Tinker left Wednesday morn- the Girls' 50 and 100-yard
.I ior Championships will be held Players who do not wish to ing for the National Woman'sand dash and long jump and the Wo-
at Union University August 14- live and eat In the dormitoriesmay Girl's AAU Track Championships men's 100 and long jump,
18 on the Battery Park Courts play in three events for at S a n t a Barbara, Joyce will run the Girls' 50,
in Richmond, Virginia. $5.00; single event, $3.00; Calif. They represent Miami's 100 and 220 and the Women's
BY HARRY SPEAR double event, $2.00 each play Run for Fun Track Club.
PACKAGE DEAL $ 27.00A 100.The
er. Girls' meet is sheduled -
package deal is offered
All Free Gala July 4th players consisting of 16 meals Send to Dr. R. Walter John Barbara, a junior at Coral for Wednesday and Thurs-
Gables High, will be makingher day, and the women's meet for
beginning Sunday night dinner son, 1003 Fifth Street,Lynch-
Celebration at Miami StadiumThis August 13th, and three meals burg, Virginia, for entry second consecutive triptothe Friday and Saturday.The .
National. Miamians
Joyce Carver are
sponsored
blanks if
each day through Friday, Au- your club does not
Junior High is making her by the Lincoln National
,
July 4th, known as dolphin Day, where there will be gust 18th, and six nights lodg have them. first Bank.
Miss Dolphin and Dolphin football stars, besides this, we are ng. appearance.
having an all sports show. This is for the children and their Three events: two singles
parents. The Community Action Board and members are going and one double or two doubles
all out to'make this a gala event. Honorary Chairman Athalie and one single included. Play-

Range, Chairman Clifford Matthews,director of B.T.W. Com- ers losing in first or second ..
munity School, Co-Chairman Ricky Falk. Sports Committee rounds are eligible to play in
Chairman is Dave Rose, Co-Chairman, Yours Truly. The two singles events and conso-
sports event will start at 2.30p.m.Other activities take placeat lation with trophies given to
10 a.m.where there will be loads of entertainment. Here are w i n n e r s In the Consolation.
some of the sports events: Weight lifting by Roman Scott, Entertainment also is a partof
Jimmie Lee Pace, Gino Jones, Sam m Son, George C. John- the package deal which includes t 0 '
son, Clinton E. Taylor, Marvin Patterson and Bobby Lasstor. splash party,movies of
Also Karate Demonstrations ,the same as Judo,Bennie Moore, tennis, get-acquainted party, ,:.
track coach for Jackson High all state champs, will bring his watermelon feast and sports
stars, such as Amos Machanic, Fred Goodman, Louis Allen, danceall for $27. 1111 ..
1 Oscar Anderson, and an added attraction,former Florida A4 M Players will be housed in the
football star, now playing pro with the Detroit Lions, Bobby dormitories of Union Univer-
Felts. sity.

Old time baseball stars, some of Hall of Fame, former box-
ing greats and present ones. A demonstration performed by fft4l
the Miami Cobras, professional soccer stars, showing the S f
difference between soccer and football. We arc going to hold PARACHUTE JUMP AT

clincis for the youngsters. Besides all this, the program will SOUTH MIAMI JULY 4TC ii '' '
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start with the salute to the flag,national anthem and God Bless ; w1'r lM
America, community chorus or choral group patriotic songs, A spectacular exhibit of
Miss Dolphin and an entourage will come on the field in a mo- Skydiving will be conducted by
torcade, Dolphin stars will enter at the same time, band music the South Dade Skydivers at the
parade, finale of sports program turned over to Dave Rose and City of South Miami's BIG 4th
Harry spear, musical selections,consisting of well known per- being held at South Miami --
sonality singing Hi Neighbor or people to songs,especially for Field, Ludlum Road and 64th MAYOR JOHN V. LINDSAY CONGRATULATESARTHUR
the occasion..Turn to right and shake hands with your neigh- Street. ASHE AND CHARLES PASARELLNew
bor, turn to your left and do the same. Special songs follow. A The exhibition will start at York City Mayor John V. Lindsay congratulates tennis players Arthur
request has been made to have Mr.Rudy Moultrie and a lead- 5:30 p.m. when the jumpmaster Ashe and Charles Pasarell at Bronx River Neighborhood Centers exhibition match,
ing members of the Bahamian cabinet to make a speech about activates smoke signals to June 10. The two Davis Cup Team members played at James Monore High School
sports. Championship development and the finale to our sum- announce the arrival of the courts as a highlight of the Neighborhood Centers' tennis program. Mayor Lindsay
mer program awarding the Miami cha mpion boys(approxi- airplane. Yellow announced a Philip Morris Inc., gift of $15,000 to the city's summer tennis program.
mately 10) to a weekend in Nassau This will be another big at streamers" are dropped to Clark Gum Company, a subsidiary of Philip Morris, has given a grant to the Bronx
the end of the season with an award program presenting these determine the wind directionand River Centers for tennis development. Left to right: Ernest P. Quinby of Clark Gum
prizes and trophies to the runners up.The July 4th progra is speed, and then the air- Co.; Roger Brach, member Board of Directors of the Centers; Ashe, Lindsay, Pa
our kickoff, so we look for each and everyone of you who read plane climbs to an altitude of sore//
thq. Miami Times to come to the Miami Stadium and have a:. 8,000 feet. The skydivers exit
great time. This is all "free". Festivities start from 10 a.m. individually leaving a smoke
and will carry on until evening. There will be a dozen pro trail in their free fall,and open Broward YMCA Summer Program
footballs given away. Robert Wilcox has charge"of the weightlifting their parachutes at 2,000 feet I
team. There will also be plenty of free parking descending upon a target designated Has EnrollmentThe
on the field. Large
I could go on all day writing about this Gala July 4th event, The public invited to witness
so come on out and see for yourselves what we have in store this incredible feat and also to first session of the en, Janis Scott, Bobby John- Cordelia Robinson, Donald
for all of you. participate in all events plan- YMCA Day Camp started June son, Eric Calloway, Audrey Lewis, Dorothy Lewis, John
ned for the entire family from 19th and the roster includes; Pool, Reginald Sinkfield, Primous, Gerald McCray,
SECOND HALF MARLINS SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK 11 a.m. on. topped by a Bertha McMillan, Linda Mc- Bernard WRIGHT, Valerie Gal'Cherry Robinson, Clarence
fireworks display at 9 p.m. Millan, Irving Roy, Marie Mc- loway, Yvonne McCalain, Beal, Vicent Roberts, Tim-
Thursday, Friday, June 29-30 at 730; p.m. Marlins vs. Millian, Nathaniel Norris, Janet McClain, Leonard othy Clark, Nathaniel Morris,
Lakeland, Wednesday, Thursday, July 5-6, Marlins vs.Lees- r William Willis, James Clark, Stokes, Michael Beal, Vincent Michell Jordon, Ronald Clark,
burg at 7:30 p.m.TALLAHASSEE. Your Frankie Robertson, Anthony Jackson, Jerome Thomas, Adrian Cromartie,Howard
Register Sinkfield, Leroy Dykes, Mic- Helen Taylor, Alvis Dixon, Nicholson, Katarrie Jones,
heal Bell, Aaron Cromartie, Danna Taylor Johnny Lewis, and Joy Aaron.
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h' : Child Now For Ronald Blue, Aronld Blue, --" -

", Pamela Johnson, Altemese
Foster, Valerie, Whitaker,
1II'i-c" HeadstartProgram
._ ; Alisia Coachman,Kelvin Mur-
dock, Phyllis Whitaker, WRBDROOT'
.; ;. I Robert Donald, Paul Sallette,
;.. .. Slevand Strachon, Ralph Sal-
,. }: :' To all parents who have lette, Graham Gorden, Sharon
.". '" ,. \ \:1 1 children born on or before Copeland, Kathy Walker, BIG DADDY
Ip :' I j J JIL. January 1, 196,the Head Start Tommy Copeland, Bobby
x .. / I r Program is open to you.Beginning Lockhart, Tyrone Grooms, 7470 Radio
'-l/li1"" September, 1967, James Jackson, Herbert Gra-
classes will be held all day: ham, Melvin Copeland, Mic- ..'
,, '8:15 a.m. to 3.00p.m. hael Weight,Eugene Bedford,
.-..! Bernard Wright, Perry Poole, FOR THE BESTLISTENING
i ta Eac h child will receive the Emma Howard, Veryl Sand- IN
following services 1 without ers, Stanley Banks, Darryl GOSPELRHYTHM
pay: Nutritious lunch, snacks, Lewis, Christopher Stokes, & BLUES NEWS J
Fla. Ted speed, an excellent glove, and medical care, dental care Jerry Lewis Archie Jones, -
Taylor, Florida A&M Univer- is one of the best hitters to and family services. Michael Clark, Kenneth Mc-
sity third baseman,has signeda come this way in a long time," Parents, please register Neal, Renardo Williams, Mic- '4 Listen To;
baseball contract with the Kittles said. your child now. Bring the hael Chisom, Paucherial Jen- .
Pittsburgh Pirates of the National child's birth certificate with kins, Gail Murdock, Jeffery
League/Ta ylof'has been Taylor led the Rattlers in you however, if you do not have Wallace, Ronald Freeman,
assigned to the Pirates'ClassA six categories this past sea- the birth certificate, we will Edward Murdock, Anthony 4 NlotMer
ball team in Salem, N. C. son, hitting .366, stealing 16 assist you in obtaining it. Green, Anna Thompson,
bases, 22 runs, 26 hits, five Thank you, Evadney C.Jac- Joycelyn Wever, Darryl Wea-
doubles, and 21 runs batted in. obs, social worker. ver, Kenneth Taylor, Bernard
A native of Miami, Taylorhad Billie, Wilford Sanders,John-
been a consistent spark- nie McChaningham, Beverly
plug on the Rattler nine since Miss Dolphin to be CrownedYou Martin, Paula Orr, PauletteOrr Willie
his freshman season. FAMU Otis Jackson, David
Coach Costa Kittles sees a are invited to attend the July 4th at a gala July 4th Com- Jackson, Jerome Jackson, Martin
great future for Taylor in pro- contest to crown the new Miss munity celebration. Michael Robertson, Eugene
fessional baseball. Dolphin to be held this Monday A most enjoyable eveninghas Harrison, Bernard Coffee,
evening at the Allapattah Jun- been planned for you by Gregory Golden, Plerse Gold-
ior High School at 8:30.A chairman Mrs.Jan Moore of the McKinley Williams f)1
"There's no doubt in my Allapattah Home Owner's a Association MIAMI TIMES
mind of Taylor's ability bevy of beautiful and tal- Mrs. Ricky Falk of ADVERTISERS.Appreciate
his record speaks for itself. ented young girls will com- the Community Action Board your business. Buck Johnson Joe Fisher I
for the title of Miss Dol-
He has all the talent neces- pete and Mrs. She rry Boyer We They ore courteous and
sary for a career in profes- phin and will be crowned at the hope you will attend this gala dependable. Support them!
sional baseball. He has great Miami Stadium this Tuesday, evening.




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22 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 30, 1967

PHYLLIS WHEATLEY ART AND I BEFORE YOU BUY SEE US FIRST
SOCIAL CLUB MEETS VETERANS & DISPLACED PERSONS $100 DOWNFHA .

The Wheatley Art and Social of beef, green peas keyston, CBS ALL CORNER SPECIALS
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'Club met at the home of Mr. Colltarina taped tomato salad. ((1)) 2 bedroom 1 bath, plo room, fine home / ,
and Mrs. Clarence Jones, at Creme D'menta ice cream $11,800, $400 down, $78.24 monthly. OkER... +
1065 N. W. 47th Terr.,Sunday molded in halves of ((2)) 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, fla room, garage
evening June 11th. After busi- banana nut cake oranges $12,000, $400 down, $79.61 monthly. ,
ness meeting In which Mrs. after dinner mints, cocktails were ser-, ((3)) 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, fla room, garage, beauty ,.f,:, OPEN SUNDAY.
\
Mary Nixon was selected dele- $12,600, $400 down, $78.25 monthly. "!,., '
ved. The memberswill
following ((4)) 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, will go fast
gate to the FACW Clubs,a de- also attend the convention,
licious five course gourmethot : $11,900, $400 down, $73.76 monthly. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
at Lake Wales,President Wll- 2 CBS BEAUTIES
meal was served.The table hemena Sands Mesdames NO QUALIFYING bedroom CBS near 27th Ave. on 88th
3 bedrooms, 1 bath, close to school Spotless.
j was covered with green Imported Clement Price, Alice Jones. $11,800, $1500 down, $113 mo pays all. Street jalousie windows, awnings, fruit trees.
Irish Linen Table Cloth Members present thanked 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, close to school Large landscaped fenced yard. A wonderful bar-
with beige. hand sewen linen Mrs. Jones as being a delight- $12,850, $1500 down, $105.83110. pays all. gain at only $9,500, $300 down and $59.01 mo.

Hibiscus 'Silver service was ful hostess.Duplexes 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, Lovely comer ..Pfw 1 <" A .M,i!ran...1lgyt 5 /
used for the dinner of brisket "'I''r.:
$6,000. $850 down, $75 monthly. ENO.RED TAPENO :QUAUEYINGln
Beautiful duplex. Live rent free. $13,000, $1500 down -n > roof ?
CBS; tile '; and Income WE HAVE OTHER FINE CHOICES on lai'complet.lyf.aud; lotlP.oY '$1000'downokeover ; f I Io.1 '
; ', FHA mortgage\ '':$9,600 p'yabla
Property For Sale CALL Carlton Realty (BROKER) ": $81 month pays all (intludes'taxes'andlnsuroRce' 1 r!!


((1)) Duplex. 2125 NW 58th St. Total price is 635-3177 SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
Modern CBS, carport, jalousie windows, large
$8,000. yard, sprinkler system, front porch. On 89th St.

((2)) Duplex. 1121 NW 47th St. Total price is down near and 24th$71.52 Ave. month Bargain, FHA.at $11,500 Lovely yard.with $350

$7,000.

HOME AMD INCOME :,MOVE1'SIGHT'.".)N M''v:

((3)) Duplex.4612 NW 16th Ave. Total price is 2 bedroom CBS and 'separate 1 t>.droom 1 n 1Yai! ..
kt $8,200. King Realty Inc. lots at 46th St. near 17th Ave. Tile roofen l .;
closed porch, stoves and refrigerators.' Plc.1'

i ((4)) 2 houses on one lot. 1529 NW 51st Terr. $1 Miamfc Realtetl only $14,000, $1,000 down, $100 month. ", .; <";i:.

Total price $6,500. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

MIDI. Modern 2 bedroom CBS, carport, enclosed front
((5)) 4 unit I apt. building. 1207 NW 38th St. porch, awnings, Seller will paint, refinish floors,
Total price is $13,500. etc.. to make house like new. Bargain at $10,000
RED HOT JULY 4th SPECIALS i with $300 down and $62.22 month, FHA.

((6)) 18 unit apt. building. 14460 NW 22nd Ave. NO,RED TAPE. -'MOVE RIGHT;"IN,'JI? j

Opa-locka. Total price is $60,000. Good 2466 NW 99 TERRACE : Like new 3 bedroom ,CBS, the-roof, .large form 1;;
terms. Gorgeous custom-built 3 b.droom,2 bath, screen I ,, co built-in kitchen, jalousie windows, awningi';., ; \
CALL OWNER MR. ALTERSON ed patio, circular drive, central heat, $800 down I ; wall heat. Beauty for $13,750, $1OO d wn(t',
payment. FHA terms, : jand take over FHA payments" $90 mo. pays QII.; t

DAYS NITES 2161 NW 100 STREET : SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
635-4595 CA 6-1481 1 year young. 2 bedroom, cuitom-bullt doll house.
Double carporte. $350 down FHA. Lovely 3 bedroom CBS on 68th St. near NW 2nd
Ave. Best location. Flo room, tile roof, jalous ie
2140 NW 86 TERRACECute windows, stove, refrigerator, large landscaped lot.
DAVISWINDOWS FHA price $14,700 with $450 down and $91.40 mo.I .
;, 2 bedroom, newly painted, only $9500 total.
i' DOORS $300 FHA. A' BETTER HOME ON BETTER STREET
tif,l 3 bedroom, 2 both home on lovely ,St I,;
JALOUSIE GLASS SOLD 1941 NW 88 STREET room, carport, front porch, tilt roof, built:! ,
f"
l. WINDOW GLASSINSTALLED HUNG Corner, 2 bedroom. beauty, huge Flo,room, carport. I kitchen central hot,, awnings, (qlousjed wln"fodows = ,
FHA terms. picture window, large fenced corner lot:$: '
REPAIRED This ,hotly has everythlnql FHA price $ 6500; ,
"$600 down, $101.99 month.'A'real showplacelj
NO QUALIFYING HOMES

: 696-4077 1821 NW 79th St' 2001 NW 83rd Terrace 2 bedroom, fenced, awn SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

ings. $54 month pays all. Modern 4 bedroom, 2 bath CBS in new area in
Opa-locka. House is on large lot and has been
INCOME PROPERTY painted Inside and out. like new, G "lIonul, too.
loll NW 90 STREET 1861 NW 42nd St. Almost new, 1 bedroom duplex Bargain at$12,500 $400 down, $77.61 month FHA.
FHA terms.
t Dream home in choice location. Must be seen to '
HOWE' AND INCOME MOVE RIGHT Tii
i believe that it can be yours for $14,500 -. FHA 2377 NW 95th Terrace. Gorgeous custombuilt ,
terms, $450 down, $90.12 per month plus escrow, duplex. 2 bedroom, Fla room each side, huge | : have' a.few 5 and 6 unit apartment building*]
for taxes and Insurance.Many plus garage. closets. years new. l.' can be bought with as little as $2,500; down?
Tile roof, hardwood floors, wall to wall livingroom ,*\; free 'In OM apartment and 'collect 'cornel
carpet, Fla room, 2 spacious i bedrooms. HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWE !!) others.These are' all modern.: BS build'.
Beautifully landscaped, sprinkler system. I g.lli!,best,aelgh6orhoodstkFiad! ; .Stcvrityl L: -
SPECIALIZE IN HOMES FOR PERSONS
RICHARD REINHOLD & CO., INC. REALTOR BEINGDISPLACED IN URBAN RENEWAL AREA,
SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
5909 NW 2nd AVENUE "
MIAMI HOUSING PROJECTS, VETERANS.CALL
PHONE: 154-2605 0 R 949 -9633 TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY. YOU'RE ONLY A Beautiful CBS on 92nd St. near 15th Ave. Fla
PHONE CALL AWAY. room, carport, tile roof, awnings, jalousie win
dows, wall I I to wall carpeting, air conditioner,
I stove and refrigerator A wonderfulbuy at $12,500,
Buy A House Today! with $400 down and $77.61 month. Must seal

Atlantic & Pacific Realty

N43 REP JAPE -, Hm MMHTHI1eluxe
REALTORS PAY LIKE RENT / :,
r. +a a+s t
"IT PAYS TO BUY FROM A REALTOR" Modern' BS'-1RIgb f in'% p"WlSli
I ((1)) 542 NW 41st St. $300 down. $78 month. 2 room- garage, tile roof,,,enclosed;front porch; cor-?

PHONF.. 666-0411 FOR FREE RIDE bedroom, CBS, wood floors, garage. port, carpeting, fenced yard, awnings. jalousie,
SELLER PAYS CLOSING COST windows, fireplace, price $13,000, $1,000 downjj
take'ovot FHA payments, $105 month pays 'ali.
Like new 3 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, extra large ((2)) 1430 NW 39th St. S350 down. $90 month.
lot, awning s, FHA $12,000, $400 down. $74 mo. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room.
SELLER PAYS CLOSING COST WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES -

Lovely 2 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, Fla room, car ((3)) 2501 NW 158th St. $300 down. $78 month. YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA ,HOMES FOR
porte, hardwood floor, FHA $11,500, $350 down, 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
$71 month. DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFYWE
HOME & INCOME LIVE RENT FREE
((4) 2345 NW 65th St. Brand new duplex. Live HAVE' INCOME TOOIEALTY
2 CBS beauties on 1 lot. Front house, 2 bedroom, rent free. PROPERTIES,
1 bath, Flo room, carporte, awning. Rear house, ,
+ 1 bedroom, 1 bath, Fla room, furnished, on large [ USES'IUR' CN'9lCEIN'DOWN: :. : :" .,

lot. FHA $15,500,'$500 down, $96 month. -,' MOVE. RIGHT,IIIy534NW : :..., "

CLOSE IN TOWN BEST AREA 44th St. Large,house:$23x r.ek....
Lovely 2 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, Fla room, tile ; '
roof, hardwood floor, close to bus, FHA $11,500 ,,1324'.( NW 58th Terr. Lorga 'house. $24 week.. t.' 3 IROKEI ,;

$350 down, $71 month. 3274 NW 68th St. 1 bedroom house.$20 week.
Cash Buyers, Investors. Here is a stealll Only il'W' ,' :' '" '
$$6,000 bedroom, 1 bath, Fla room, CBS stucco t3034JIW'S6th St?.J btdro oins'.'$22, eek..: '
on extra larg. corner lot. Hurryl Don't miss 4932 NW 7thPW4371 AVEI1oLt's

this bargainlChoice OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ,
residence lot in fine area. 50x100. Clean.
,
$2800.ON FORD REALTY,INC. Broker : ,;( ,. ::)'i:"'
ALL FHA HOMES, VETERANS OR DIS- ,:,rtI.\ .. \

PLACED; PERSONS $100 DOWN. 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595 jpN, ,_.Ev.t .., .j s.I'.I'S ,
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,.j"'t"r'fJ+,:', .,,)";elli: ;! /!,.5..jS''"!'"! : : ; ,r FOR RENT CHILD CARE HELP teachers WANTEDSchool and
college
': : ; F I .I'E D 1'I ,'II""I Nice private room in private
D : / home. phone 6344313. students over 21. Earn money
: '
I : ----- Childcare in my home. Your over vacation. Will train. Zib- -<< I

15 WORDS OR LESS $1 X50. 5C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. Room.Men only. 1430 NW 68th child will have the very best ler Taxi Cab Co. FR 4-6121.

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON -Street.-- of care. 759-8335. July 28

n Rooms. Middle age men only.

FOR SALENo FOR SALE Preferable those work during
FOR SALE day tolive reasonablecomfortable. -
Qualifying 7593360.
"Fourth of July Special" 3 bedroom CBS in Richmond i
4828 NW 15th ct. 3 large bed. FHA $400 down, 2 bedroom, 1 ----
Heights on large lot. FHA only Two bedroom
CBS Duplex.
room, Dla room,workshop an(j bath, CBS home with carport i .eta
tile roofterrazzo floors. Also $250 down. Vets $100 down. 2771 NW 47th St. Adults only.
store room In large fenced yd,: includes air conditioning bars Seller pays closing costs For information (phone: 634-
Near everything. Only $59 becue, drapes and Drive 1714.
2 utility by 14861 Polk Street,,
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down. $82 per month. Tip To;p rooms. Payments of $91.00 per then call Fenster Realty, Efficiency apt. 5000 NW 27th
Realty, 685-0021. E. Harr f mo. covers principle, interest,
;] and insurance. Broker, PL 9-8779. Ave. For adults only. Phone:
Don't miss I
Denny, Realtor. 6341714.
seeing at 835 NW 83rd Terr. ---

Manor Park, 2 story, CBS 751-0381. 3 bedroom, 2 bath Lovely two bedroom duplex

i home near bus, park and 8000. 6 room house, all tile Huge Fla room,porch, garage,, with living room, dinette, kit-
school. 2 bedroom, bath apt. bath. Walk to school. 2271 NW oak floors, fire place, huge chen and bath. It contains hot

upstairs. One bath efficiency -92nd-Street.-- lot, large rooms, $750 down. and gas cold heater water, refrigerator,Venetian,blinds stove,, ....

down stairs plus garage.Stove $400 down, 2 bedroom, 2 bath, $125 per mo. pays all.$12,900total washing machine, air conditioner DON'T WAIT UNTIL JUNE TO HAVE
and refrigerator. $9900 total CBS, 80'x125' fenced lot, excellent price. See: 4121 NW 11th and carport. with a nice
price. $1750 down, assume cond., $100 mo. pays Place. Owner: 758-8749. lawn and shrubbery. We cater GRADUATION PICTURES MADE
payments. $111 month all. $9,9050 2942 NW 58th to adults only. The price is COME IN TODAY1
pay- St. FR9-2UO. $25.00 weekly an d can be seenat
ments will drop considerablywith 1707 NW 81st Terrace 2318 NW 66th Street.

Homestead Exemption. Two dwellings. NW 6th Place, Neat frame home, excellent CAPS AND GOWNS 'FURNISHED

Property occupied now by ten Miami Lots 9 and 10 Block location. FHA valuation is
14, NW 7th Avenue addition. HELP WANTED TASSELS OF ALL SCHOOL COLORS
ants who have been there two Price: $12,000. Brokers $10,000. 2 bedroom, 2 bath.

years. Call 821-7293 if inte- tected. call Carl T. Hoffman pro-, Will include nearly all furnishings CLAIM AND SERVICEREPRESENTATIVE

rested. owner, phone: 757-521lJA 4) gratis. Includes vacant -
New England Fraternal Insur-
lot fenced in rear fac-
ance Society seeks a part
3 bedroom, 2 bath $4000 Total Cash ing NW 82nd St., suitable for time representative for FortLauderdale JOHNSONMIAMI

Huge Fla room 4 bedroom bungalo furnished. building a horn e. Down pay- area, 20.25'hours
$11,900$3,300 Down ment $300. Low monthly pay- per week, to handle policy
Excellent for older people with
4121 NW 11th Place ments. No closing cost.Owneron holder inquiries, process and
large family. Call A. Ben- pay small claims, transmit
Owner 758-8749 premises (Jul 7)
Kori, Realtor, 751-2243. papers to home office claim

Free rent plus Income. Invest 3230 NW 13th Ave. 3 bedroom, $500 Down Move In relations department clinicsand with, physicians.maintain local hospitals public Ideal 1186 NW 38th St. 635-4748 .

In a new duplex. In floe 2 bath, Fla room, air cond., Lovely 2 bedroom, large Fla for semi-retired. Some Insur-

locations. The price is right $14,500, $450 down, $112 mo. room, front porch, $9500total ance or similar experience de
2352958. (TF) pays all. 635-5724. price. See: 5734 NW 4th Ave. sirable.Attractive salary.Sendresume
to Executive Director, -
Call owner: 758-8749.
'57 Chevrolet. 2 door, in ex- 347 Commonwealth Avenue, STUDENTS ONLY
1300 NW 33rd St. 2 bedroom, Boston, Massachusetts.
cellent cond. has new sticker
1 bath, Fla room, enclosed 3 bedroom, 2 bath, large Fla '
and title. Has no rust.$200' time iCAP
Full
tag .
Male
or fe- & GOWN
cash. 2328 NW 105th St. 691- garage, corner lot, $12,600, room, double lot, separate dining male. Must have chauffeur's :

1503. $400 down, $93 per mo. pays room. $17,500 only $900 license. 4901 NW 7th Ave. :
all. 6355724.Lot. down. FHA payment. Drive by Phone: 758-4791. 1

5901 NW 5th Ave., then call cI4I4r1rr ,
No Qualify $
'50x100.: Franklin Park. Fenster RealtyBroker) PL 9- FICTITIOUS NOTICE
4 bedroom, drive by 8013 NW
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Call 8779. Notice of intention to register I
10th Court.$900 down or offer. --
/ FOR GRADUATION
owner at 759-3498. (Jul 7)) trade name '
Total $6900, at $60 mo. Some LIMITED TIME ONLY
FHA buyers inOpa-locka.On- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
furniture. Ben-Kori, Realtor,
R-l Lot. 75x105. City water, ly 56 a month on a beautiful that the undersigned,engagingin

751-2243. NW 104th Terr. Mature fruit CBS home. 2 bedroom, fenced business under the name of
2 5X7 DELUXE
3 Bedroom, 2 Bath trees, near school, shoppingand yard. Awnings, clean as pin. ACE JANITOR SERVICE

Waterfront. Drive by 1380' bus lines. Cash or terms. FHA terms only $250 down 15720 N. W. 18th Avenue, in 4

Little River Drive. Only $2900. 691-8343. (Jul 21)North payment. Total price $7,500.For the city if Opa-locka, countyof GIANT

location, call Fenster Dade and State of Florida, 2 4x 5
$19,000, $900 down FHA. POSTCARDS
Miami Beach Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. intend to register the said
Beautiful grounds, cool home.A. .
1301 NE 153rd Street name with the Clerk of the Cir-
Ben-Kori, Realtor, 751-
2243. 4 bedroom, 2 bath, central air Open Saturday and Sunday for cuit Court 0 f Dade County,

and central heat. All appli your inspection, 1-6 p.m. 2 Florida and with the office of COLOR ) $4.95

5 Apts ances,' carpeted, drapes, bedroom CBS on lot 50x150. the Secretary of State.
fenced, sprinklers. Dated at Miami, Florida this
Make money, be a landlord.. FHA terms only $300 down-
$700 down or $450 to Vets 23rd day of June, 1967.
Only $4000 down buys this good payment, seller pays closing Open every day Including Sunday '
located income property. CallA. $17,500 total price costs. Front Jalousie porch, JOHN JAMES 12 noon til 8 p.m.
Also 4 bedroom,2 bath,$1,000 and
hardwood floors. Location
Ben-Kori, Realtor, 751- :
down, $15,500 total price.No NATHANIEL MCCALL I
2243. 1429 NW 31st Street. Fenster ; '
Qualifying Realty (Broker) PL 9-8779. June 23, 30, and July 7 and 8. GLAMOUR STUDIOS J,

3 Bedroom 2 Bath :q

CBS corner, 98x100 lot, car- 2 & 3 bedrooms from $350 Open Sunday 1.6 p. 1220NW NW 7th Ave
down. No closing costs. 6215 .
fenced 88th Street. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, w ,
port, completely et.e
Manor Realty Broker
Park ,
wall to wall
CBS,'carport, car-
sprinkler system, patio, cen- .
tral heat, built-in kitchen, total 7518295SR pet, built-in range and oven, '' 2
$15,500, no closing costs- large lot, in choice area.Only DOUBLE ACTION
COLORS GRAY IWRIua!
22's FILED $1,800 downpayment or
down payment$5O (Vets$200))
9621. See today. Save $ E-Z terms, Auto $1,400 for veteran. Fenster :2 DRESSES HAIR II PtACEJI
monthly EDISON
Aetna RealtyBroker), 811 NW Home Life. Able Insurance Realty (Broker) PL 9-8779. K: ." 111' _'1'111<'1<1 111 Specials

Agency Phone 757-5724. 811
:
54th Street, Phone: 757-5724.
NW 54th Street. Open 7 days.
Open 7 days. FOR RENT

Ml MMB 2325 NW"* 89th Street FOR RENT CALL EDISON TO SEE THE FOLLOWING

4 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Pool CBS doll house with carporteon Efficiency, furnished, spa PROPERTIES

Magnificent CBS, almost new, 90x90 lot at FHA of$11,500. cious, adults only, reference 1 AND 2 BEDROOM ((1)) No qualifying. $830 down. FHA already placed.Off .
oversize Fla room needed. $19 week. 1231 NW
rooms ,
$350 or less total down pay- 77th Terrace. 7th Ave. in 40's. $90 mo, pays everything.CBS .
carport, stove, refrigerator, ment. $72.16 per month plus DUPLEX APTS. tile roofgarage.

wall to wall carpets, work taxes and insurance. Biscayne Furnished room in private AT 2305 NW 51st St. ((2)) CBS dUDlex. T.rrano floors.$400 down FHA.Near5th
shop pantry sprinkler sys- home. 2491 NW 59th St. 634- :
Realty, Inc.Broker,759-8600. Ave. in 60'i. No closing cost.
tem, fenced pool and patio area 2264. PMol ((3)) $66.78 mo. pays everything. No qualifying. FHA

and much more, FHA$18,500, House with character and dis- Lovely room for nice clean mortgage already placed. Takes $1500 down. 3 '....
no closing costs. Downpay- person. Quiet neighborhood. bedroom CBS. Near 17th Ave. in 80's.
ment $800. (Vets$500) monthly tinction; beautiful area, con- 759-6026. 7584754FOR ((4)) No qualifying, lovely comer, CBS home. Beautiful
venient location. Unusual split I.
$113.53. If you "REALLY"want --- modem kitchen. FHA already placed. Near 17th
3 bedroom 2 bath 1 $50 month. H'x40' storeC22'x40'
level, -
Aetna Real in 90's.
the best,call Ave.
full bath
ty (Broker), 811 NW 54th St., bedroom and bath with private (sink, zoned- $100)BU3, no city, ((5)) 3 bedroom CBS. Terroxxo floors, cond., wall to

Phone: 757-5724. Open 7 days. entrance. Garage. Huge utility taxes. 1065 NW 79th St.FR 9- wall carpeting, $12,500 total. Bankair flnanclngavall4
room 11x16; 9 closets; cen- 2110. THE able. 9th Ave. & 83rd St.

t FHA$66.58 Monthly tral air conditioning with wall reverse Three-room-apt.- Quiet per- LARGE FAMILY ((6)) Large clean home with beautiful swimming pool
wall to
CBS, bedrooms,newly paint- cycle; new son. 691-1894. and 2 Flo.rooms and 2 rev.rltCycr. airconditioners.
carpet new paint in and out; :. CBS. 4 bedroom, 2 bath,
ed inside and out, screened ; Also has cottage. 2 lots, 100x100. $15,500 total.
Furnished 3 Clean, Fla modem
fenced yard.. Many more fea room apt. room, built-in
stove refrigerator total ------------- ------
porch, 1341 I newly decorated, electricity kitchen, dlchwasher, enclosed -
price $10,000, only $300 tures. See'to appreciate. and city water included. Nice porch, separate CBS WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES, FHA

down (Vets $100 down) No Little River Drive. leighborhood. 693-0449. garage on large lot. County TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU .

closing costs. Don't delay. Be (Jn 30)I I ely r;;;. 1 bedroom, private taxes only. CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR

first. Aetna Realty (Broker), bath, private entrance. 7359 NW 10th COURTEZ $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING

811 NW 54th St., Phone: 757- Attentionll!! Expressway or Urban For reliable couple. 296 NW DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY.

5724. Open 7 days. Renewal buyers.If you are :-46th St. Evenings.- Terms Moderately OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY

selling your home, we have for I Nice 2 bedroom house.Big lot. Priced No Qualifying .. ,.
No Qualifying $65 Pays All you the cleanest all furnished 3 Shade trees. $20 wk. 2280 NW Open Sun. 1.6 p.m. ...,

CBS, 2 bedroom, carport, 6 bedroom CBS home plus extra I 62nd Street. ( Jul 7) .

years new, stove, total price 1 bedroom CBS on same lot. ...----- JACK MUHACH. BrokerOR :EDISON -RfALIYRealtors: .

. $10,000. Down payment to suit All this for only$13,500.Drive CALLi '
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3221 llth Large 1 bedroom apt. Fla rm., Arthur Solomon-696-9476 175 :N.W '2nd 5t ,7512441THE
Place then
j you. Movetoday.AetnaRealty, by NW I newly decorated, kitchen and .
i (Broker), 811 NW 54th Street, call Fenster Realty Broker, 'dinette, fum. Adults. $80 mo.

, Phoned 757-5724, nr..n"lVS."'" ....,...:,FJ.,. ;.a:77: x H.... .' wain*.. .. ... . '!"0\ ... -. ....i .._ -



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24 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday June 30 i 1967 .
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Fair To Speak at Psychological Cooks Kiddieland Graduation $2,404,672 Loan ror 100 I


I" ,,! "'ald Sociological Institute A Pro PerformanceBy Homes For ElderlyHUD I I

Secretary Robert C. Urban Development Bald the
A psychological and sociological able to get the participants to Stanley Sweeting Weaver has announced a $2, houses would. be for the elder-
institute pertaining to recognize that the needed focuson .Cook's 404,672 federal loan for. construction ly and built and equipped alt f an
Title IV of the Civil Rights Bill the lack of quality education Kiddieland of ) a- But, if I had diamon-stud- of 166 low-rent estimate d cost of $10,030each.
I; is being held at Bethune Cook- in black defacto and de locka has done it again. Or- ded gold medallion to pass out Miami. The head of .
:hids and rosebuds to Mr and the graduates I'd haveto homes In
among
man College, Daytona Beach, Jure segregated schools has ofHousingand
Mrs Walter the Department
Cunningham directors it around the neck of
hang
i June 12 to July 22. tended to obscure the ways in
I which segregation, whether by of the school, and an that darling of an orator,little
.' I} Yakra. law or by fact,deprives whitesas 'efficient staff of instructors, six-year-old DinaYvette Cunningham -
I well of necessary quality, who brou nt Opa-lockans an- who very ably and in-
I the two days would have been other kindergarten graduationthat tellignetly introduced the
meaningful. The relative poor should go down In the re- commencement speaker Prin- FIRST MIAMI RUN
I cord book. cipal Robert P. Jordan Sr of
showing for the South as it relates DRIVE-IN THEATRE
}' to education is not confined I've been trying for several Ft Lauderdale's Everglades
to the Negro. White semesters to figure out Just Junior High School. Little
southerners pay a great edu- what kind of format the Cun- Dina's Introduction was noth-
cational price for the segre- ninghams use to obtain the ing short of a masterpiece.
I gation they themselves Im- final results displayed to us Neither would I forget little Irs THE
pose. Many whites would be oldsters by those toddlers at Selena pace's 'welcome,'
surprised! to know that no commencement time. I've yet Theresa Coleman's 'Our Edu-
I southern university Is to be to find the answer. If you think cation,' nor Undergraduate : : DIG ONE
A found in either the top 12 of you have then please let me Cedric Rolle's 'Our Farewell ;

l the nation or in the second know. .'
I group of 10. Only 6 of the The very fine order, deport- It was a grand night for : WITH
\\1 T. Willard Fair, our local South's universities .. Duke, ment, precision, stage decorum young and old,and believe you,
Urban rhythmic performers, me, those speeches and songs -
League executive will North Carolina,Texas,Tu-
i serve in the capacity of guest lane, Vanderbilt, and Virginia and these attributes didn't (which were many) by both THE III
l' lecturer and consultant to the haves as yet achieved member surprise me too much because graduates and undergraduatesrate '
\ institute, June 28-29. ship in the Association of this 1967 graduation was real- my pennies any day In the --V '
1I American Universities. May- ly a repeat of another that I've week. TWO!

Title IV concerns itself with be, my degrees from Smithand witnessed around seven years RANORTMITIIVM
Y.
the desegregation of public Atlanta University are not so ago.I'll GRADUATION PARTY
have to admit how
Just
schools in the United States. bad.'
I Attending the Institute will be proud I was when I saw little Mr. and Mrs. Christopher
1 school superintendents ad- six-year-old Ivern Kennedy Wareham hosted a dinner !
ministrators, and Instructional "Any wh.r. In the world Sweeting command the micro- party honoring their grandchildren -
personnel from southeast you wont to go" phone as. he delivered his Martin Dunn and
I
"Be the best of what-
speech
I TJCKHS apt
Florida. COST Yvonne Pompey, both June
ever you are," which was the
NO MORE AT graduates.
class theme. Seven years ago
Fair states, "The invitationto in 1960 it was Gayle Denise Cannon Charles F. Cooper f 1Eti
me to address this institute fItJ1tftrpTUI'EL Sweeting, a five-year-old who uncle table of all the guest blessedthe
the
does me and the participantscredit. auwu walked Cook's Kiddieland's congratulated
graduates and words of
For me, it Is an unusual 'last mile.' gave
I "Your Neighborhood Travel I IAc wisdom and encouragement to
recognition of my qualifications I could go on like this for
to lecture to such an Ag.nts" hours, singling out many high- looking the undergraduates forward to three are

important group. For them, it nor to you o. your lights of the night's activities, year. graduatingnext A
is an explicit acknowledgement f Uphn. Civ us a call. but there was Just too much
of their determination '*. d.lv! .r. 1104 NW 3rd Cunningham .and too many GOT SOMETHING

\. face up to the role of educa- North Av.. ,FR Manager.98451. Choi. C. bright spots shining thruout TOSELL??
tion in the South's school desegregation Rainbow Park elementary
Try a Miami Times Class
If I am school last to uiuitt
process. Friday night picka
I fled Ad. They Get Results!
true winner.
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