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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: July 7, 1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Vol. 44, No. 45 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1967 24 PAGES 15*




' '; r\\: : :.' \\: : ' $1..1 MilliON FOR HEALTH, CENTER i iI



More than 4,500 families in The center t is expected to
Miami Girl One of iI" ::" : the Liberty City and Browns open in six to eight months although

," '.:' (.J.J:1\: yUle areas will have a 24-hour it is not due to be completely -
family health care
program operative for approxi-
first in Viet? Nam IIj right t in their neighborhood mately year.
i !;< ., within the next six months. The $1.6 million representsfund
This all came about t when
funding for the 1967.68
.
... :' : :: ington High School, she has 3384 N. W. 51st Terrace, she 1. the federal government granted period and the center would
:. / ;: : been in the service for three states that among other things, Dade''County $1.6 million in have to be refunded for every
,: years, and volunteered fora "things are not as bad as I anticipated. antipoverty funds for establishment year following.
: one-year tour of duty in the The people are r of the health I care

;;i' : '' combat zone in February.She friendly, also rather poor." ,,.'., ,""'-'":r:':; program> that will employ 200 Dade's EOPI became the
: iij iij'i': ( ,,; was an administrative WAF's who volunteer must persons, many living in the tenth In the country to receive
specialist with the 437th be airmen first class or above ." (_< ""! slums who would be hired and money for such a program although 1..
Transportation Squad stationed and in excellent physical con trained as aides Weatherley said,the
in Charleston, S.C.She ditlon., Shirley, whose motheris AI Basically established for government plans to have 40
i came home furlough and left Mrs Ora LeeBrown of 1301N. persons living at the poverty similar health centers around
in June for Saigon, where she W. 45th Street,started pre.. level, no one will be turned the country by the end of next
A1C SHmLEY'DROWN .Is quartered at the Ambassador paring during her high school AtC JESSE MITCHUMin away, according to Richard year.
Hotel with the rest of the days when she was a majorette Weatherly, director of Dade's Eight fulltime.. doctors will
Airman First Clast Shirley first WAF volunteers officer a member of the concert the service 12 years,is also Economic Opportunity Pro be assigned to the Dade fact!.
ql Jean Brown, a 21-year-old a liuetenant colonel and ,band and the tennis team. In Vietnam. "I aim to pass gram. ity, 12 consulting doctors and
Miamian, is one of the first eight other enlisted women.In Her 32-year-old cousin, him," Shirley laughingly said. Dade Authorities had originally six dentists.
enlisted women in the Air her first letter written Airman First Class Jesse Mitchum, a radar specialist, requested $2.1 million Both physical and emotional
Force(WAF). to go to Vietnam. borne to her uncle and aunt, Mitchum, son of Mr. and Mrs. is with the 9th Infantry regiment for the program but Weatherley problems will be dealt with
A graduate of Booker T.Wash- Mr. and Mrs.Ja mes Mitchum, James Mitchum, who has been 1 said the cutback represents at the center and patients
refinements In the programand needing hospitalization will be


:,;;i;:.:) J i:",J'\\, Job Bias Charged at Eastern AirlinesNegro tiveness.will not reduce its affec- Hospital.referred to Jackson Memorial


workers in the East.. Negroes point- out that although Negro mechanics are em- worker said, "it's always the $21 Million In Public
Airlines shop area are there are more than 300 ployed in the engine overhaul same story,you didn't pass the
1- d wondering why Negroes can't Negroes in the mechanical de- department, but most Negroesat test." I

seem to move up in position partment at Eastern, hardly Eastern work at jobs not far Eastern Airlines did placean Units Plannedchitectsfqr
in certain i departments. any get to move into the apprentice above the laborer classification advertisement in The Housing

though the company advertises program.They claim Miami Times to April for ap. -
4 /, Itself asWEqual Opportunity only the Negro'' apprentlce is< .:;ptticialS' tf.l'; 'ra: 1 l i ir JJtrentic 'lBec'hanics, but\they ti) More than $21 million rep. design work in the
Employer many Seem to( feel*\woa! tfjhfterJjoon shift,'Such de*: \r the"C6stYtoF"4dvadement"is'open claim i i w"N gro'answer-
only l one tesentfng1771'tinitth; oi'pub4 f ;:l last,two months;$ofg.told the
sa"" that a definite pattern of discrimination partmetts as radio i sheet to all, but many Negroesfeel ed the ad. The current issue lie housing is presently on the authority.
is practised,whether metal !paint) steam room and that the person grading the of Ebony magazine carries a drawing boards according to They Include $11 million in
the 'top, management hanger seem to be off limits: to tests must either be incompetent full page by Eastern obviously Miami Public Housing direc- family and elderly housing on
knows about it or not. Negroes, they claim. or prejudiced. aimed at Negro job seekers. tor Haley Sofge. sites scattered through a large

These projects, which will part of Dade County, and a $7
provide 1,151 homes for the million, 600-unit high rise for
America's Oldest Man Haley QuestionsIntegration elderly and 620 for families, oldsters on the Miami River I
i ii have been turned over to ar- near Robert High Towers


Still" Running His In first Negro AstronautHas :



Business at 125 Public Housing Doctorate ;


Charlie Smith of Bartow, ders with the best of them; I nj I
Board member Charles Carey as to why there are <
who still remembers how he He was the oldest person to
Hadley of the Miami Housing Negro residents in the authority's In ChemistryMajor
was "tricked into boarding a begin receiving Social Security .
leased housing pro.
1r'h, ship in Liberia and pressed and is the oldest person Authority had some questionsto -
and in of its low
I Into slavery" in 1854, celebrated on Uncle Sam's payroll.His put to management last week rent gram some Robert H. Lawrence, The other three selectedare
developments.
his 125th exact is unknown, about integration of public Jr., a 31-year-old Negro was
birthday on age Sofge and Carey said they ; Major James A. Abramson -
July 4.He even by himself. When federal housing in. MiamL- have tried to integrate all pro.. chosen by the Air Force to become 34, of Portland, cPrffoa
believes he is the oldest officials told him he had to .- ", jects, but a number of eligible an astronaut, according Major Donald H. Peterson, 33,
man in the world. He made no have a birthday, he chose July Negro families have rejected to an announcement from o f Winona, Miss.,and Lt.Col.

fuss about it, but just opened 4. places in leased dwellings and Washington.. Robert T. Herres, 34, of Den
\ his little candy store as usual, He said when he arrived in "- other specific locations. Air Force Capt. EdwardJ. ver, Col. .,
and sold crackers, soft drinks the U. S. from Liberia,he was Bright Jr., 31, a Kansas City
and candy bars. sold to a man named "Capt. The authority has been keepIng Negro, was named in 1963 as Lawrence, who has been in
The Social Security investi- Smith and taken to Galveston, '.,... vacant four or five unitsin a future possible candidate for the Air Force 11 years, won
gators have found so many recorded Texas." His master treated I n the new Elizabeth Verrick manned space flights, but was his Ph. D. in physical chem
dates to support his him "like his own son," he Village with the hope that these dropped from the list of can istry from the University of
doubt said and him the art didates in 1965.Lawrence's Ohio in 1965.
claims, that they do not taught families will decide to move
his age. of being a cowboy.He ., in, they said. selection was He received his wings in
They decided 12 years ago announced to reporters at the 1957 and was assigned to the
that Charlie was 113 years old. said he rode the range "You give me one Negro space system division of the pilot instruction school at
At that time be was working later and was acquainted with family that's ready move in,
Air Force at Segundo, Calif. Craig Air Force Base, Ala
and we'll react the director
lad- Jesse James. ,
citrus picker, climbing bama. In August that year he
told Hadley. He and three other Air
was transferred to an air force
\'f: ',,'i"" I : ,' : "I am not at all defensivein Force officers selected base at Fursten-Felbruck in
\ ---- ---- this area he declared. astronaut will join ,
:': r; ;.t :" : i1'i1'I : Fined Sentenced Jail HADLEY program 3 West Germany.
: ay to CHARLES "Our record speaks for itself eight other astronauts already i
r 'I I Hadley, only Negro member ," Carey added. in training to become pilots on Returning from Germany, the

etro Traffic Judge Robert absent Clay a fine on the on the Authority, questioned Hadley promised tocomeupwith a military spacecraft now under Air Force sent Lawrence to
hi made Miami an unsafe license count,plus another$50 MHA director Haley Sofge and some families who are :! construction, known as a Ohio State to study for the
q ce for Muhammad Aliallas fine for ignoring the original management director Ralph ready to move in. manned orbiting laboratory. master's degree,then permitted -

;y w "lus Clay) to visit on Wedy ticket and a $20 fine for the I him to work on his own for

when he threw the book Improper turn itself. HUD Reserves $1.5 Million Loan For his ph. D.

heavyweight champ for Henry Arrington,representing He was promoted to major
r traffic charge whiles Clay, told the court bethought June 20 and will be graduated
t out of the Housing at Fla. Memorial CollegeCongressman
training here. Clay was July 25, from the Aerospace ,
country. Clay is reportedly in Research Pilot School at Ed.
-- -=--- e Deehl sentenced California. Dante B. Fas- College in Miami. and 120 women students; a
absentia to 10 days In1e Judge Deehl signed a war cell announced today the De- Fascell, a member of the student union 1 building and a wards Air Base, Calif.
County Jail for fail- rant for clay's arrest serve partment ofHousfngandUrbanDevelopment National Advisory Board of the dining hall with a 200 person Ills Air Force associate are
eve a driver's license the 10-day traffic sentence.He has reserved College, was "delighted" with seating capacity. The facU1- I proud that Lawrence has a Ph.D. .
vasstoppedtoranimn. could be arrested for the offense $1.5 million in loan funds for the reservation of the loan ties will be part of the col-1] ., although he is Just 31. They
: only if he came to Dade student housing and other facilities The federal funds will be lege's new campus located !in I praise him as an"outsfanding
Deehl also gave the County. / at Florida Memorial used for housing for 82 men Miami. <:!officer"



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2 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, July 7, 1967


I Full Program. Scheduled For NAACP Meet in Boston I

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New York-During the sue urgent problems of the na tion headquarters hotel, the address. Delegates will be on Wednesday to visit historic mont, Calif., widow of the for
days of the National Association tion's minority groups. Sheraton-Boston. welcomed by John A. Volpe, sites in Boston. The proposed mer Mississippi field direc-
for the Advancement of Special emphasis will be Governor of Massachusetts and Itineraries call for visits to tor who was shot down from

Colored People's 58th annual On Tuesday, July 11,,, given to Project Jet in opera- John F. Collins,Mayor of Boston the graves of Crispus Attucks ambush in front of their homein
convention In Boston, July 10- "Teamwork Ghetto Self. tion In Buffalo, N.Y., and the Kenneth Guscott,presi- and Prince Hall, and the Jackson, June 12, 1963,will
15, delegates will have the opportunity help," will be the key topic of Metro North organization of dent of the Boston Branch,will Robert Gould Shaw monument. preside.
to participate in two the plenary session In the East Harlem, New York City. preside at the meeting which Sites made famous by Frederick Concurrent branch problem
special sessions devotee! to Grand Ballroom of the convenNEGRO "The Face of Rural Poverty" will be followed by a reception Douglass, Sojourner clinics and leadership development
will be the focus of attention at for the delegates In the Prudential Truth, Wendall Phillips, William institutes will be
the plenary session, Thurs- Plaza adjoining the Lloyd Garrison and other conducted on Tuesday,Thurs-
.t. day, July 13th. There will be a headquarters hotel. Abolitionists will also be included day and Friday afternoons.
first-hand report by the On Tuesday night Sen. Ed- on "tour day." Workshops are scheduled on
NAACP observer- team of ward W. Brooke of Massachu- Keith Johnson,ConsulGeneral "Justice on the' Job Front,"
Alex Waites and RolUe Eu- setts, will be awarded the Association of Jamacia In the United ,"School Desegregation,"
banks (New York City Dept.of /s 52nd S pin gar n States, will make the key address "Membership and Fund Rais-
Welfare Branch) on the Mississippi Medal. The presentation will before a mass meeting ing," "Battling Bias: in the
Food Stamp disaster. be made by the new Senator's tor youth delegates that even Building Trades," "Legal Attack -
The Rev. Kenneth L. Buford, senior colleague, Sen.EdwardM. ing.At on Discrimination In Employment
NAACP Alabama field direc- Kenned y. The medal is the Youth Freedom Ban- ,' "New Paths in Ex-
tor, and Billle Fleming, pre- awarded annually to"man or quet, Thursday night, there 'panded Housing,' "ConsumerEducation"Community
sident of the Manning, S.C., woman of African descent and will be a special performanceby Or
Branch, will report on Federal American citizenship,who has the Voices Inc. Musical ganization' and"Democracyand
agricultural programs In the made the highest achievement Theatre. Harold E. Woodson, Dissent" among others.
South and the progress of ten during the preceding year in president ofthe Oklahoma City The Convention will close
ant farmers In Panola, Ala. any honorable field of endea Youth Council,will present the Saturday, July 15,with reportsof
Highlights of the convention vor." Sen Brooke Is the first awards. regional nominations to the
BANK WELCOMES JEWISH GROUP will be the opening mass meet- Negro ever to win popular The Freedom Fund Awards National Board of Directors,
Ing Monday night, July 10th, election to the U.S. Senate. Banquet will be the highlight of and reports of the resolutionsand
Theodore Ellenoff, president of the American Jewish when Executive Director Roy Delegates will be freeto Friday's activities. Mrs. time and place com
Committee-New York Chapter, (left), Js greeted by Wilkins will make his keynote Journey "The Freedom Trail" Medgar W. Evers of Clare- mittees.
William R. Hudgins, president of the Freedom National
Bank of New York, as he opens account for Committee
funds "The Freedom National Bank Is an asset to the
entire New York community," Mr. Ellenoff said. "Fur
thermore, as more money from outside of Harlem is deposited I
It will aid in the economic rehabilitation of .
the ghetto community." The Freedom National Bank is Roosevelt Office Advisory Committee
the only Negro owned and controlled/ bank in the history OF FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI S
of New York State.NAACP .


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Presses For '
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Change In Atom '


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Smasher LocationNew "hi" ; .

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York The National should be permitted to retain .f. I ,
Association for the Advance- their choice and that the facility An open letter from \ ; ,:<

ment of Colored People this should go to one of the other ,u, Mrs. Athalie Range.
week reiterated its call for five states on the final list." ,
cancelation of a proposed Mr. Wilkins said that"...in ;' : ,'. ::
$375-million atom smasher at such a situationequal "
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Weston, 111., a heavily segre- ployment opportunity is vir- r .
t' i I lJ r" ;I f "" ; Si. ..,.1.. f" \} .,K ;
gated section 35 miles
west turally Impossible to imple '
of Chicago.The ment" in where bias- I !';
an area
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House approved Wes ed housing policies exist. My dear friends and neighbors : : : 4
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ton June 29 the site for ". ;
as "The Negro worker may, .,-.
the atom smasher. The Senate I "f '
indeed
secure employment,
will take up the measure whenit but If, because of biased housing As you might already know, Roosevelt Savings recently became -

returns from a July 4 recess policies, he has to com- a part of the largest savings and loan associationin

with even stronger opposition mute daily while his fellow the South, First Federal of Miami.We .
by the NAACP White worker is able to securea
prospect. home within a few minutes of
NAACP Executive Director the Installation, the employ- are pleased with this progressive move, for it means
Roy Wilkins renewed his or. ment alone will not answer his your savings with the oldest Federal in the nation are
ganization's opposition to needs. In fact, it may well become -
plans for the facility Westonin the daily and even hour- backed by resources of more than $475 million and are

reply to a letter he received ly reminder of his own humi- protected by experienced management. In addition, your
from Dr. Gleen T.Seaborg, liation" Mr. Wilkins said In savings here are insured up to $15,000 by the Federal
chairman 0 f the U.S. Atomic his letter to Dr. Seaborg.
Energy Commission. Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, an agency of theU.
Sydney Finley, a quadstatefield
Dr. Deaborg had expressedto director for the NAACP, S. Government.
Mr. Wilkins the "Commis- headed a delegation which met
sion's view that proceeding at Congressional leaders in Remember home is
not a safe place for your savings ; it's
Weston as planned Is a courseof Washington, June 27, to urgea
'affirmative action'that can halt to planned constructionof far better to place your funds with a savings institution,

and will advance the cause of, the multimillion dollar where they are not only safeguarded but earn generous ;
and benefit, Negroes and other atom smasher. dividends for
you, paid and compounded every three months.
minority group people regard- During a chance meetingwith
less of whether th Commis- Vice President Hubert H. Your money, of course is always immediately available to

sion will have the immediate Humphrey on a stuck ele- you.
support of open housing laws, vator for five minutes- Mr.
ordinances, or regulations." Finley said "The Vice Pre
In this letter to Dr.Seaborg, sident expressed the view that I personally hope you will take advantage of the convenienceof

Mr Wilkins pointed out that it was 'shameful that any government the Roosevelt Office and I invite you to come in and meet
the Illinois Senate had killedth installation should be the members of our staff. They are anxious and able to
final of seven fair housing located in an area where thereIs
bills passed on to it by the 1111- a pattern and history of discrimination serve your savings and home loan needs. You will receive a
mois House. ." warm .welcome. -

"It is apparent that when it Those accompanying Mr. .
had a choice between racially Finley to Washington includedthe ::': :".r '. <.
segregated housing and a$375 Rev. Walter Hoard, Wisconsin Sincerely, "
million facility with an annual NAACP state presi- ..:c' ,
maintenance expenditure of dent; Dr. Fred Crockett, Illinois ''I : ,': :

$60-million," Mr. Wilkins NAACP state president; i ;.I I'" ,,, I'" 'f c',
said, "the Illinois Senate Chicago NAACP Branch pre :Xf".': '.1"5 d
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chose racially segregated sidents Ed McCleellan and
housing. Webelieve they James Couch.
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NEED A JOB? START WORK TODAY! Roosevelt Office Advisory Committee ,
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NOW 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU First Federal Savings of MiamiII ;'

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. July 7. 1967

/ Alexander' to Head Equal' City CoMMissioi Town Hall Meetings; I


Opportunity Commission Ilgll Julv 12

The Miami City Commission concerned with a 1m 11 a r meetings have
It has been announced by the 1grai will revive Its Town Hall roughly outlined on the held in the past and they
White House that President Meetings with the first in the 37th Avenue, on the v e d of great benefit in
Johnson Intends to nominate series at 8 p.m. July 12 in the Southwest Eighth Street, government and the
Clifford L. Alexander, Jr., of J'+rq +' vu cafeteria of Kensington Park on the north and east by closer together.
New York, to be Chairman of Elementary School, 711 N.W. Miami River and South discussions, such
the Equal Employment>wor. ; 30th Avenue. Avenue. it was found, helped
tunity Commission, succeed- All meetings will be open to to understand
ing Stephen N.Shulman,whose the public with discussions "We are happy to take specific problems of an
term expires July 1. i centered on city projects and ernment directly to the and we were able to ex-
Mr. Alexander, currently plans In the general area of the ple," Mayor Robert J King projects already activat
serving as Deputy Special gathering.The said in announcing re proposed improve-
Counsel to the President, has July 12 programwillbe the conferences. tea"s ."

been a member of the White -'L _, -- -
House staff since 1964. f "siltR
$2,642,548 In for
Born in New York City on '
September 21,1933,Mr.Alex: I

ander attended, where Harvard he graduatedcum University 4 q.M4t l"rw Florida' Memorial

laude in 1955.At Harvardhe The building program for
Other sums were fellowships for five
was President of the coun- Florida Memorial College this
for faculty and and the development of
summer at its new location on
cil. His major was American
development for advanced cultural
Government, and he elected N.W. 156th St. and LeJeune grees for faculty, the program I
Rd. assured this week
First Marshal of his class. In was
hauling of the business the Institute for Hu- ,
1958, Mr. Alexander was upon the announcement
national "
a library grant,
awarded the LL. B. degree $2,642,548. in grants from the
from Yale Law School. While Health, Education and Welfare Lnmum
at Yale, Mr. Alexander serv- Department for academic
ed as President of the local facilities and curriculum.The COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE
chapter of Phi Delta phi inter- announcement was
national legal fraternity. made by Dr Royal W. Pur- STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER

From 1958 to 1959,he serv- year, president of the college,
ed in the United States Army. tered the privated practice of Deputy Special Counsel following a grant of $1.5 million -- VET TVTED
He was admitted to the New law in New York City. Mr, Alexander was a con- made last week by the Department -
York County. Then, from 1961 In July 1963, he Joined the ributor to the Oscar Handlin of HousingandUrban FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET
to 1962, Mr. Alexander was staff of the National Security book The Newcomers -'Negroes Development for the college
Executive Director of the Council as a Foreign Affairs and Puerto Ricans in a dormitories. 379-7735
Manhattanvllle Hamilton Officer. Then, In 1964, he was Changing Metropolis. There were further assur i
Grange Neighborhood Conser- named a Deputy Special Assis- Mr. Alexander is married.He ances that additional govern- 846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 3 TO 3!I II
vation Project. In 1962 he became tant to the President, and has and his wife two children ment 'grants would be forth:
Program and Executive served on the White House lIe resides in the District, coming on top of the $4,000, I \:
Director of Harlem Youth Opportunities staff since that time as an Associate where he is a member of the 000 which have been allocatedfor t
Unlimited and Special Counsel to the Alpha chapter of Omega Psi the new college complexthis
serveduntll 1963, when he en- President and currently as Phi fraternity. year. ,Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE i
One of the primary features
of these grants includes "MR. JACK"

Successful Florida Suit Seeks $23,320 development the University for counselling cooperation of Miami. with and STYLES FOR FOR ALL AGES 'I

The Very Latest In Men's Fashions'
The HEW grant Includessums
Halt For 61 ExecutionsSan for the academic com- SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS :
plex, the administration build. ITALIAN SHOES
-- -- - -- -
Francisco A halt to Robert Page Anderson, whose District Court lists the three ing, science building, class
944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI FLORIDA
auditorium1'and ,
the execution of 61SaniQuentlnprisoners I execution date has not yet been petitioners, Hill, Saterfield. ''room buildings,teaching
sentenced to die for named. and Anderson, and "all other music building. t
t
capital crimes was sought LDF attorneys point out that similarly situated petitioners. -
here this week in Federal Dis- two petitioners(Saterfield ."
trict Court by the NAACP Legal Anderson) are Negro, and one It asks the court to enjoin .eee.eeeee...................

Defense and Educational (Hill) is Caucasian.The San Quentin's warden LouisE. :
Fund, Inc. (LDF') and private Nelson, from all executions : FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMODATIONS
attorneys. attorneys explained that until a full hearing canbeheldon AT MODERATE RATES e
The LDF action is most un- they have filed an action which the petitioners' claims.
usual since it not only repre- could affect all death row prisoners CALL
sents three death row petitioners but will assure Negro MIAMI TIMES: -
but also all those prisoners prisoners, who show up on ADVERTISERSAppreciate tM I'd,1-',,"' ., l'I I }
under sentence of death at death row in disproportionatenumbers ,
your business ..;; ", .it. "
the California State Prison. of adequate consti- They are courteous and BONDED ., ,. ," .
tutional .
safeguards.The
Attorney Leroy Clark rep dependable. Support them I '9 .
resented the LDF. action filed in Federal
Only once before America '. RENTAL
Jurisprudence have such petitioners '.

represented other WE PAY .
death row prisoners, and that AGENCY _
was when LDF attorneys wona .
similar suit April 13 in Fed- MONEY
eral Court, Jacksonville. .
There, a federal Judge ord- TO BLOOD : '. INC
ered that pending executions of :
: PL 9-8733
51 men on Florida's death row DONORSYOU a
be held until there could be
a full hearing up on the matter. CAN EARN FROM : ------' ................................ :

Pointing to the urgency of
the action, LDF attorneys said $45 to $300 THE LARGEST PRIVATE-HOUSING RENTAL AND MANAGES e \

that four defendants are slat- MENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATING IN DADE AND .
ed to be executed at San Quen-
tin in July. American Plasma : BROWARD COUNTIES. :

The LDF action lists three '
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petitioners on the state's death CORP:, I .t) A fleet, of(cars, and collector, : give door' to'c door twice f fo< tenants, convenience, e. 1

row. They are Frederick for and adults '"rent free/1 furnished
A recreation center teenagers '
community .
Saterfield, whose execution is (SINE 4* ST.. 'MIAMI PHONE: JI-25> S ,and air conditioned for, your comfort and enjoyment. )
set for July 20; Joshua Hill, S .' ,: ,, .
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9 To Be Equal


fcy Whitney :M. Young Jr.
Offlcet 6530 NW 15th Av., Miami,.Flo. 33147 Phone! 691.0421
By Booker T. Hayes
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher Executive Director National Urban League
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE, City Editor The Search For Personal QualityTo -
_STANLEY I. SWEETING Theatrical Editor_ Ghetto YoungstersHelp
seek quality in his work and his life a person must havea
Member of the Notional Newspaper Publishers Association
substantial motive one pities the man or woman whose obsessive ThemselvesThere
SUBSCRIPTION RATES dream is not improvement toward excellence but escape -
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 from actualities and responsibilities. Such people must was a time when most Americans quit school early to
feel unwanted, unused, and purposeless, and that is one of help support their families, but now most Americans complete
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post life's greatest sufferings.It is the anguish d empty and sterile school and many go on to college.Those who leave school
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 lives, far more than any economic condition or political injustice high before they finish are called dropouts.I don't like the word. It

"CREDO that drives men and women to demonstrate and de- gives a wrong picture of what actually happens to these kids.
OF
THENEGRO PRESS"The wish to have his journey through life leave some traces.It outs "because they leave school not
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best leoi I'd rather call them"push ,
the world from racial and national antagonism when It oc. because of any great defect in themselves,but because the edu-
cords to every man regardless of his race, creed or color his isn't enough to be against error and ignorance, that leaves cational system just doesn't make the effort needed to motivate
human and "legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-4he the impression that error and ignorance are the active forcesin them and teach them.
Negro Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that attending ghetto schools learn at a very
them. Instead
the world while we area formless mass opposing Negro youngsters
oil men ore hurt as long as anyone It held bock. of denouncing or denying what others bring forth as the early age that society stacks the cards against them and they

truth, great men offer their own truth.A are smart enough to observe that the Negro high school gradu-
ate has the same unemployment rate as the "dropout."
1r! ;5dilor'sINDEPENDENCE otebooh This is a serious problem, because only by continuing their
motive needs to be a sincere deeply felt urge to find
eudcation can they hope to get a decent Job and e sea p e the
meaning in life- relevance, significance, and usefulness.
DAY have known all their lives. But most educational
poverty they
Without such a goal, life becomes dull and humdrum. The man
4 commemorated the 191st of their bureaucratic natures,unresponsive to the
by
Tuesday, July we anniversary systems are
of quality lifts his head above the crowd to see a horizon fittinghis
the United States Declaration of Independence. Churches last abilities. He teaches his imagination to play with future needs of the disadvantaged. They can handle the average stu-
heard for the well but they Just can't cope with the special attention -
Sunday many sermons appropriate occasion. possibilities, and bends his back to the immediate task that dent pretty ,
Tuesday being a holiday, the usual festivities took place: will contribute toward their coming true.There is nothing pal- needed by disadvantaged youngsters raised in a poverty

parties, picnics, dancing, baseball and other sports,and fire try about the man who is struggling, not to be great or to hob stricken racial ghetto.
York Urban League has a successful program which
works. nob with the great, but to be greater than he is. The New
President Johnson, on Monday, urged Americans to cherish should serve as a model for every ghetto in the country. The
and share their freedom, and pray that its future will be as Some people are misled from their search for personal League has set up storefront schools,called street academies,
bright as its past. which enroll teenagers who have been"pushed-ouf of the reg-
themselves to
quality by skepticism. They enc our age say.
"Let us not forget the price that those who love freedom "Why should I do any more work than Is necessary to get a ular school system. League staffers give the students reme-
must ever be ready to pay," said President Johnson. passing mark or the going rate of pay?" People are not rous- dial work, discuss their problems with them, and motivate
Regrettable to say, but this holiday,as usual,took its toll In ed to seek excellence by ease or pleasure or any other sugar them to go to college. For those kids who are homeless, the
deaths and accidents. There are seven reported dead in Florida plum. Perhaps there are some who are content to try for no- League has rented apartments In the neighborhood, and they
and 900 over the nation. Two persons were killed by light- thing more than being units in an assembly line, but even they serve as "dormitories" and places where students can study.
ning bolts In Dade County on Sunday. must have moments of uneasiness in which they regret the op- This personalized attention has paid off.Over thirty of these
portunities they have spurned to become something better. kids, labelled "unteachable" or disciplinary problems by the
OUR NEGRO ASTRONAUT To push up from colorless mediocrity toward superiorityis school system, have gone to college.Over 60 others were placed -
Congratulations to the nation's first Negro astronaut, Major the way of the person of quality. All satisfying human life in prep schools and will eventually attend college.
Robert H. Lawrence Jr., of Chicago. proceeds along this line of action-from below up, from The League has plans to operate its own prep school in cen-
Lawrence Is 31 years old. He and three other Air Force of- minus to plus. To be successfully what we are, and to become tral Harlem, an area 300,000people which doesn't even have
ficers have been selected for the astronaut program and will what we are capable of becoming, Is true ambition. In choos- Its own high school. That way graduates of the street aca-
Join eight other astronauts already training to become pilots ing an aim, we should make sure that the ultimate value of it demies won't have to depend on scholarships to outoftownprep
for a military spacecraft now under construction and known as 'will offset the inevitable discomfort and trouble that go along schools.Mr. .
manned orbiting laboratory. with the accomplishment of anything worthwhile. Success has Eugene call e 0 d e r, the League's executive directr,
Lawrence has a Ph.D. in physical chemistry from Ohio State I terms that must be met. It demands that we sacrifice secon- says: "Our premise is that 70 percent ofthe teenagers in deprived -
University. He has been In the Air Force 11 years. Got his I dary things, however delightful they may appear, and that we areas have the capacity to attend Junior college or col-
wings in 1957 and was assigned to tte pilot instruction school :are prepared to get some splinters in our hands while climb- lege." Thanks to discrimination,poverty,and the failure of the
at Craig Air Force Base, Alabama. In August he was transferred Ing the ladder. educational system, they don't.
to the Fusten. Felbruck Base West Germany. Law- How long is America prepared to waste the lives of its young
rence has been praised as an outstanding officer.. This, of course I requires that we develop a sense of values. people in this way? The potential of youths in the ghetto Is
All four of the new research pilots are married.Ye Every thoughtful person who has reached the age of 20 or 25 great; we need to direct and develop It. The street academies
Editor congratulates these astronauts and wishes for will realize that his mind has produced for him a certain set poiint the way to solving the problem.Their teachers, Negroesand
them success In the space world. of views as to the conditions of life and the purpose of his ex- whites, have built a rapport with the students unsurpressed -
"Success lies not In achieveing what you aim at, but In aiming istance. These revised upward In the light of experience. A In other schools, because they really care.
at what you ought to achieve, and pressing forward, sure sense of values Is a personal thing, not to be measured by a The youngsters who are part of this program are real her-
achievement here, or if not here,hereafter." .. R. F. Hor- yardstick common to all humanity. In applying it to special oes, the kind you don't often read about In newspapers which
ton. cases we learn to tell truth from falsehood, fact the beautiful pay more attention to the kid who throws a rock in a riot than
from the tawdry. We develop consciousness, enabling us to to the kid who burns the midnight oil studying to get ahead.:
HERCULES MCELROY discriminate the qualityof things. W e learn that everythingis One of the students at the academy spoke at a meeting hon-
Hercules McElroy, a 21-year-oldNegrowhocameto Miami worth what its purchaser will pay for it, and we ask before oring Frederick Douglass. He said: "Frederick Douglass
last week and got a Job with the Miami Speedway, might not bea making a choice: "What is the price?" stressed education, but he also stressed self-knowledge. He
superman, but from what one gathers in the news stories, he Among the things needed by the person In search of excel- reminds us that the man who knows himself is the man who can
must be a twin-brother of Superman. lence are these: A wide view, curiosity courage,self-disci- remove any obstacle."
Lifting a truck, biting a dime in half with his teeth, stickinghis plin, enthusiasm, and energy. Having a wide view does not include These young people are removing the obstacles placed In
tongue into an electric' light socket and standing In a tub only seeing things near and far In proper perspective, their way by a hostile society which would rather condemn than
of water, are some of the feats he performs.He though that is very Important.It requiresbrood training In fundamental help disadvantaged p e o p 1 e. It takes real guts to go back to
believes he has two hearts, two livers and four kidneys.He principles. Specialization is vitally Important in the school and start again, more guts than it takes to stand on a
deserves to be called Superman Number two,and Super- modern world, but it is unfortunately true that for many indi- street corner and curse fate. My hat is off to these proud, won-
man number on e had better hold on to his title, keeping his viduals specialization is a dead end ratter than an avenue to derful youngsters.
eye on McElroy. deeper and brooder undersatanding.The person seeking excel-
lence will realize that this need not be so, and he will respondto
GOV. KIRK'S VETO HURTS DADE the challenge to prevent its happening to him.

Governor Claude Kirk did use his power to veto some items PHIL OSSOFERAs I
in the appropriation bill totalling $165 million. Dade County The key positions in all walks of life will go to those who are
suffered a loss of $22.5 million. Our educational Institutions educated broodly, In a balance way. Only they have the depth of a student of Negro his- Inc. He will handle the com-
suffered much by the budget cut. Judgement, the sense of proportion, and the large minded tory, I am always on the look- pany's corporate finance de-
Dade Junior College lost$8.6 million,our teacher's loss will comprehension to handle big affairs. One needs the curosityto out for news items regarding partment's legal matters. A
be about $8 million. Dade's plan for a four-year university has look below the surface of things. It is curiosity that has led present day progress, the his- native of Riverton,N.J.,Jones
been hampered.Dr. to every scientific advance, and through it man has risen to tory in the making. I found two was graduated from Columbia
Hall said he plans telegraphing members of the Dade the high level of philosophy and the meaning of things curiosityis exciting items, marking not College and Boston UniversityLaw
delegation urging that the veto be over-ridden on all educa- followed by research.You get hold of an idea nurse it to life only Negro progress,but white School. He also serves as
tional items. with persistent patience. You separate your key thoughts from progress. You see, I believe special counsel to Dr. Martin
"It is absolutely essential to the operation of our schools Irrelevancies. You sift through a hafstack and find the pin, but that when the Negroadvances, Luther King.
that it be over-ridden on textbooks, transportation, teachers' you do not stop there. You look closely enough to see the it is really an advancement for' The second item tells of the
salaries and all other college items.No students loans or edu- Lord's Prayer inscribed on the head of it.That little extra the whites, too, because i t Is first Negro chosen tobe an as-
cational television should be vetoed. piece of applied effect counts mightily In turning curosity Into an appreciation of the fine talents tronaut. He is Major Robert H.
something that is rewarding. This process gives you faith In of the Negro, and an ad- Lawrence, Jr., who attainedhis
HEAD START SCHOOLSDade the validity of your Judgement,which is the backbone of cour- mission to the positions which Ph D at the age of 31. Air
County has been named among 30 others to receive age.Next they have earned. Force associates, proud of the
funds to continue the work begun by Head Start throughout the week "To Survive Errors The first item, published in fact that Major Lawrence has
country. These children will now be entering kindergarten or Business Week, an excellent PhD, praises him as an "out
the first grade. financial magazine, under standing officer."
The project will involve more than 3,000 children,about 120 question but what you can learn by direct television instruc- their heading "Market Well, Fro sure glad we're
in each county. The sumof$2.5 million will be spent in 25 tion. That has been demonstrated.And there isno question that Briefs," tells of Clarence B. not going to go out and make
states' and Puerto Rico. Each district will receive about certain things can be done by television better than they can Jones, a 36-year-old lawyer, space outer-space. a
$85,000. be done by the teacher. Classroom television can be used to who set up the first Interracially segregated ar e a. As I look
According to Commissioner of Education Harold Howe and supplement shortage of teachers," Dr. Hall said. managed life insur- back over the 21 years I have
Sargent Shriver, director of the Office of Economic Opportunity ance company and then became been in the South, I see peat
follow through eventually may be extended to children A NEW DENOMINATIONThe the first Negro partner in a progress. When I came here,
through the third grade. Methodist Church and the Evangelical United Brethren New York Stock Exchange the law was sit In the back
Church will be merged, according to announcements of their member firm. seat of the bus. Now, with Ne-
SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT FOR KEEPING TV bishops, Donald H. Tippett of San Francisco Bishop RubenH. The Interamerican Life Insurance gro drivers, (as far up frontas
Mueller of Indianaopolis, Inc., president of the Board ol I Company was set up you can get!), and a Negro
Some members of the School Board believe classroom television Bishops of the E. U. B. two years ago with Mr. Jones astranaut; the sky is the limit,
should be eliminated. However, Supt.Joe Hall does not This institution, when constituted at Dallas, Texas, inApril as chairman. Recently,he was or should I say, unlimited. At
agree with that idea. 1968, will have 17,250,000 members. There are 10,250,000 I a Ice-presidentandpartown last, Negro progress i snow
The superintendent says it would be a mistake."There is no Methodists and 750,000 in the E. U. B. er of Carter Berlin and Well, in orbit.


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legal Services I an TALK POLITICS


By NORMAN E. JONES launch "Operation HomeImprovement" .
BY GWEN CHERRY, CENTER ATTORNEYIt

comes to mind that it might be valuable to discuss some REVOLT OF THE MASSES AGAINST THE ENTRENCHED
of the means for preserving a marriage or ways of keepinga SYNTHETIC NEGRO LEADERSHIP AND ABSENTEE ECONOMIC
marriage happy. Let us divorce ourselves from any legal EXPLOITATION
discussion this week and instead approach the subject from
the sociological viewpoint. "Economic revolts"spreading like wild fire throughout "Operation Home Improve We have found that our big
Recently, the Negro family has received widespread atten the nation are the fruit of the philosophy of Dr. W. E. B. ment" has gone into action In gest problem has been tryingto
tion. Numerous studies have been made and many books and Dubois and the organization he founded and indoctrinated with South Dade, said Ransom Hill, motivate the tenants, said
articles have been written on this topic.We should, therefore, his teachings of the "Leadership" of"the talented tenth" Jr., director ofthePerrine Mrs. Beckford. "They have
concentrate on preservation of marriage and developing a happy totally dominating and giving direction to the course of the destiny Neighborhood Center of the moved into a deprived area out
family life. of the Negro in America. Economic Opportunity Pro of desperation."

I gram, Inc.
! It is a practice of one of our local Circuit CourtJudgesinDade Their cry of "education" will solve the Negro problem-
County to send out to each party, by way of the party's resounded throughout the land gained more and more momentum The idea Is to"tnstall1n the "What we, in many Instances
1 attorney, a very soul-searching article to be read when a party -until the word"educatlon"became synonymous with tea residents a sense of pride in are having to ask people
applies for a divorce. The practice, I feel is very worthwhile ching thus all of the Negro public schools and colleges became their surroundings and teach to do is to correct something
and be n e fie i a 1. The article itself makes one think twice and "school of education" oriented its graduates, zealous them how best to use available they didn't do.They don't
really re-assess himself as well as his pouse before continuingwith advocates of the Dr. W. E. B. Dubois Ideaology downgradedand resources," he said. understand why they should try
the divorce proceedings.The advice continued in the article eventually eliminated the training in vocations and busi to fix up when they found the
has helped save many a marriage. It will also strengthen ness. "We've chosen a model area place In such bad shape. They
any marriage threatened or not Upon request, I will gladly in which to demonstrate what can't understand why the land
supply a copy by mall to persons interested in reading this Such mis-directionnof the educational complex of these Dr. we eventually hope to accomplish lord does cot renew the paint,
article. Dubois zealots has produced a "parasitic cult of medio throughout the community or replace the plaster, since
Probably, the most important single problem facing our co- crity" who Infiltrated both: the leadership structure of the ," said Hill, who is a product it's his building."
ciety is the stability of family relationship.It is becoming Increasingly Negro and the white economic-political power structure of the area. )
difficult to find"{he happily married couple." Manyof claiming to be the spokesman for the entire Negro race vlllyfying "Yet their need is so great
the social evils we attack and try to eradicate are symptomsof and labeling any and all other voices within the Negro that they move into an apart
a deterioration of family responsibility.One community "irresponsible." The three-month old pro
ment which Is not fit to be lived
ject is also designed to raise "
the health standards and pre- in.
of the major items causing married couples to encounter In a free enterprise. capitalistic system such as Americathe vnet vandalism anddestruc-
problems is poor budgeting of their Income. It is vey greater emphasis must be placed on vocationalbusiness ,tion of rental property.The Classes in sewing and re-
necessary that a solid program of financial planning be developed and commercial endeavors for individual and group survival.In upholstering are being held for
by both. It is an old say ing"love flies out the window contrast to all other ethnic Interest groups in America, this adults and the children are being
when poverty comes in." Each couple will have to work out a synthetic Negro leadership structure sought the elusive goal of EOPI staff has chosen, taught to gather the litterto i''
budget that suits Its particular needs. Every married couple "first class -byk1l11ngofvocatio .trade.bus1. for their demonstration, an make the project work.The
will have its own peculiar circumstances which will make it ness and commercial education,stifling the economic development area of low-rent apartment landlords have agreed to co
impossible to adopt another couple's budget. It is, likewise, of the Negro communities, and to make more complete buildings near to the Neighborhood operate. '
important that both the husband and the wife take part in this their devastation to totally destroy the Negro community as Center at 17801
planning. a base for any possible future economic development.This Homestead Ave.
Our culture has created a communication barrier and in a Hill, 28 Is a graduate of
successful marriage this must not be permitted.breakdownIn Mays High S c h o o 1,Goulds,
"cult of mediocrity" spawned by Dr. Dubois and still Headed by Mrs. Ethel F.
communication often marital graduated with the B.S.degree
most brings discord. The unspoken -
dominated by his ideology -bear a direct relationship to these Beckford, of 10476 S. W. 170
of love are one to break it down. If from Albany State College
messages way you "
"economic revolts And until this Dr. Dubois oriented Terrace, supervisor Home
cannot communicate in the kitchen it Is impossibe to communicate : groupIs Albany, Georgia, in 1964, and,
removed from the leadership structure of the Negro com Management, the EOPI staff
in the bedroom.It is a 1 a r m i n g to think that many mar
munity "these economic revolts" will be continued.The coincidence of six neighborhood workers
riages go on the rocks Just because of poor communication and has taught two years in Dade
of the deminatlon of Jobs by former and present visit the homes, give tips
between partners. NAACP officers will be discussed in the next chapters. and advice on everything from County Schools. He is head of
general housekeeping to decorating a staff of 25 from South Dadein
If your spouse is guilty of doing things you do not like -- tell and beautification. his present position.
him. Likewise, give him the same privilege.It is healthy to getit
Last but not least .-there is no such thing as sexual incom
off your chest,no matter how insignificantthe irritant seemsto
patibility. A young couple will overcome any incompatibility.Any .
be. Then you are both honest with one another and problemsdo
happpy couple can make a_go of sex if they learn to masterall
not develop as quickly. This leads to good communications
of the other elements for successful !
between the parties.Honest and sincere criticism without mal a marriage.
ice, spite or anger goes long way towards solving problems.To OUR CLASSIFIED ADSMING ,
keep our likes and dislikes to ourselves does not help a sit Remember these basic general rules: "Don't belittle your
uation. Often the burdens are too great after they pile up, we spouse," "fight In private," "Don't allow the fight to developinto RESULTSDelivered 1If
explode resulting into an unhappy and ubearable situation. So a grudg e match," "do make it a habit to say 'please,' s
invite regular "sounding off sessions." You may not always thank you,' Tm sorry.' and'I love you,' Above all make it
arrive at the answers, but it will give each something to think a practice of never going to bed angry.
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about and goals to work toward. n
The choice of friends makes a big difference to the mar
riage. Don't be too Intimate with couple's who are unhappy in
their own marriage.Don't listen to the marital troubles of your Wlty Not llave !
friend and above all, don't trust your closest girlfriend; especially \ i
if she is unhapppy in her own marriage. We have seen ;
more happy marriages broken up by unhappy conniving female '
that is on the prowl.
Church and religion play in Important role.Get your husband '
back to church regularly soon after marriage. Start him off !,, I
right.Then when the children are ready for Sunday School, he I IJ Ij
will not have to be nagged to attend., .JI.t,: '" (

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Juanita Ferguson and Jimmy Williams of Nassau,

were married Saturday. The bride, daughter of Mr. and By Gwendolyn Laverne Ross

< Mrs. Ernest,Ferguson, 7614 NW, 14th Place. The bride- 1 Sprinter Leslie Miller is off and running again! This time

groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Williams of Nas- to qualify for Nassau's Expo '67 track team. Les succeeds,

sau. Mrs. Williams" jetted' over to attend the- ,wedding,of he'll leave Nassau on July 28, for a three-week stint in Mon-

her son. treal, Canada. Leslie is the son of Mr and Mrs. Leroy Miller
Wedding guests witnessed a bouble ceremony on of Nassau. In Miami, he lives with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and

Friday, June 30 at Antioch Baptist Church of Browns- Mrs. Phillip Allen.
ville when the children of Mrs. Mattie Anderson and.the
Mrs. Leroy Jenkins (Betty) and her three children (Sheila,
late Mr. Willie/ Anderson (Ida Mae and Robert Kermit)
Stephanie and Leroy Jr.) made the Booker Hayes (Mildred)
IdaMaebecameMrs.
double
married
were in a ring ceremony.
home at 14230 Monroe Street, the first stop on their vacation
Robert Cooper. Bessie Brown, daughter of Mr. and Lucius King of Booker T, Washington High School itinerary. The youngsters will remain behind to explore the

Mrs. Fred Thomas of Jacksonville become Mrs. Robert smiles approvingly as he is presented a Polaroid W sights and sounds of Miami, while their mother tours Nassau.

Kermit Anderson. The brides wore identical lace dresses Swinger I camera by Mrs. Marian Shannon, a teacher The foursome hails from East Orange New Jersey.
with matching accessories. Attendants were Carolyn there. It seems that Lucius lost his camera while help-

Miller, Lottie Pearl Lundy, Harold Courtney and Donald Mrs. De Vera Edwards, a visiting beauty consultant, set Since Juno 30, there have been two Florences at the Ray-

Johnson. A reception at the Anderson's home followed up for a campus program. The Pharmaco representativesent mond Holloway home on Jackson Street. Mrs. Holloway'sniece

the evening ceremony. Lucius another camera from Kenilworth,New Jerseyto and namesake arrived to spend the remainder of the

Charles and Shirley Cooper of Philadelphia are replace the one he lost. summer in Miami. A sophomore at Coes College in Cedar

guests at the urfside Plaza, Miami Beach. The couple Rapids, Iowa, she is the daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Willie Battle

w leave ForNassau on Sunday be fore returning to Phi of Columbus, Georgia.

ladelphia on July 13. \
Inez Worthy Brantley, Ralph Jr. and daughter Judith 'WHEN.'THEY i : MEET i "A Nassuvian holiday for three," describes recent Junket

Cheeks are visiting her daughter, Charlotte in Los An made to the islandby Miss Viola Crawford, Mrs. Herbert Am-

geles. Mrs. Brantley will also visit the Leroy (Marva) mons (Edna), and her son, Collyer. The trio celebrated the

Worthy's.Mrs. LAMBDA KAPPA MU SORORITY, INC. Fourth on the Island.

Pleasant Strapp will do some island hopping New York New York
July 68,1967The
Get well wishes to: Mrs. Charles Brooks (Clara), who's
during her vacation in the Bahamas.Mr. .
"Showcase of Outstanding Women," work hops, undergoing tests at Doctors Hospital, Mrs.Samuel DavisGar-
Van Lee of 7185 NW 64th Street is recuperatingafter
and a public meeting are among the scheduled activities denia), who's recuperating from recent surgery at Baptist
at Palm Springs General. Mrs. Elry T.
eye surgery for the 30th annual conventionof
and First Class Curtis Zeigler who's
Hospital Sargeant recuperating -
Sands and Mrs. Bessie B. Forbes are vacationing in Lambda -
Kappa Mu Sorority, IF' from knee injuries at Homestead Air Force Base
Chicago. They are houseyuests of Joe and Cleo Terrell. Inc. Headed by Grand Baslleus { Hospital.

Doreen Young has returned home after attending a Mrs. Marie G. Leatherman of

workshop at the University of Florida.Mrs. Detroit, the expected '930 dele

F. L. Crompton and daughter, La Rena Allenof gates and 450 visitors will con
Ocala were houseguest of their niece and cousin, Mrs. vene at the 1IItol'Hotel/ In New Business Places Sought For

Lucille/ Riou. York.

Get well wishes fo Little Alexander Clark, Jr., "Enlightened Leadership for a

son of Mrs. Jean Clark who' s,recuperating at Variety, Dynamic Age" the conference Management Internship Program
theme will be discussed by the
Room 268 after .
surgery.Mr. group, during the two day con The Economic Opportunity program would cover period
and Mrs. William Bullard and Bill of the
(Baby )
clave. Founded In 1937 the not to exceed
sorority program, Inc., is soliciting the eight months,
Bronx spent three days in Miami before Jetting over to has dedicated itself to ..t... rA' participation of local business during which time EOPI reimburse -
Nassau for week's
a vacation. four basic principles "SisterMrs.. Marie G. Leathtrmtn in a Management Internship the employer a substan-
Helen Davies reports a most delightful vacation after hood, Achievement, Service and Scholarship." program, a training project tial portion of each intern's
week in .
a Kingston.Mr.
to the salary.As .
designed encourage em-
Clarence B. Holmes sends hello his
a big to
ployment of recent Negro col- an added incentive, EOPIis
friends In Miami. He would like hear from friends
to
GAMMA PHI DELTA SORORITY lege graduates at managementlevels prepared to subsidize addi-
during his stay at 610-43rd Street, Newport News, Vir in various businessesand tional college courses for Interns -
Miami Florida
ginia, 23607. August 15, 1967
industries throughoutDade if needed.
Florida I Funeral Directors held their meeting at Gamma PN|( Delt sorority, led by Supreme Baslleus, County. Businesses who would like
Daytona Beach last week. Mrs. Kay Davis, w"r hold Its 25th annual convention In to in this
participate projectand
Among the Miamlans who chose Nassau as their early August at Miami. The 200
vacation spot is Mrs. Artis (Elaine) Ready, GwendolynR. delegates and 100 guests will The Management Internship desire more information
program is a cooperative arrangement concerning the program,
Miller and Betty Gaiter Timmons. convene at the Biscayne Terrace
Hotel. between EOPI and should contact Mr. Jackson,
local Industries which would 377-8601.
Miamiarr Barbara Williams finished third in the The convention theme, "1 m.
girls
provide on-the-Job training in Dr. Harold Strauss, Em-
proving Images Through
national AAU track championships at Santa Barbara.
Too such capacities as production ployment Program Director,
Achievements, Performance, and
bad about Tinker another
Joyce Miamian who reinjureda Cultural Enrichments," Is In assistants, etc. The trainingA Is in charge of the project.
leg and was scratched from the finals.
Mrs. William I. Brenner has been appointed by the keeping with the purposes set
forth by the Founded In
Greater Miami Coordinating Council of WICS (Women in February of group.1941, the sororityhas THANK YOUI
Community Serviceas) director of the local CARD OF THANKSI
project pro been of great aid to many wish to express my thanks
gram for the fiscal year 196768. Named as assistant women through Its scholarshipfund. and appr ec iatlon totheSt.C .
directors were Mrs. Herman Roudenbush and Mrs. Leon It has also provided an e c e 11 a' s Chapter of the wish to express sincere
thanks to the pastor, officers
Earle.Mrs. inspirational force for Its mem- Mrs. Kay DavIs Daughters of the King, and all
and members of Temple Bap-
EdwardZerlineFerguson( ) is home
againafter bers and the communities they serve. participants who rendered
visiting her ailing mother Mrs. tist Church and other friends
of
Margaret Rolle Nas- such a heart warming pro-
sau. who were so kind to me duringmy
gram, honoring my birthdayat illness.
Houseguesting in Brooklyn with her friend, Mrs. the beautiful home of Mrs.
Juanita Matthews is Mrs. Othello Vocof ioneers Bernice Sellers chose Detroit but Mae
(Armeta) Johnson of Valencia Williams, Sunday,
Bunche. Park.Friends Robinson visited cities in Ohio and Michigan. June 25. Druscilla Thompson

of Jane Davis Lewis are sending cheerygreetings After a successful term at Ft. Volley State, the It was an experience I shall
Paramore sisters (Mary Ellen and Rejoyner are visiting ,
to North Miami General where she's
a patient. mever, forget I would like to say SHOP OWNERS GUILD
Lorraine Morgan, a candystriper at Jackson Memorialled brothers. thanks a. million for the
her class of 46 with 207 hours of volunteer/ work. Make a date to visit "Profiles/ of Poverty," an exhibition beautiful corsage of white car very The Shop Owners Guild will

Congratulations.Join of 450 documentary photographs by 100 of the nations pinned on me by my meet Sunday, July 9, 3 p.m.at
the nation's leading photographers, that opened Monday In Sunlight Beauty School, 1113N.
VOLUME DINGLE FUND (the Miamian who daughter of theKing; also <
lost $1,180 he had saved toward a house when his wife' auditorium of.Jordan Marsh, Miami. The exhibition, on thanking all my relatives, W, 3rd Avenue. Businessof

threw it away with his old pants. Send your contributionsto view for two weeks, has been prepared by the Office of friends and well wishers, for importance.

Volume Dingle Fund, c/o Links Inc., of America,5727 Economic Opportunity and is on a nationwide tour. expressions of delight, cards

NW 17th Avenue, Miami, Mrs. Gussie Dobbs is 'presi You' II find the exhibit interesting and informative. and gins, which I will always GIRL SCOUT CAMP BEGINS
Recent visitors to from Nassau ,
our city were Rev. cherish.
dent.Off JULY 10. FILL OUT YOUR
James Meighan Jr. of the Church of God Christ and
on the YMCA Northeast and Canadian tour are in CARD AND MAIL TODAY.
Ellen Heidt, Dorothy Edwards and Little 10yearoldMears. ',Miss Seleta/ Ferguson. Mrs. Della B. Carey

Lerline Williams Is attending FAMU's summer ses.

Get well wishes to Laura Seymour, gable/ Minus, sion.
Lena Martin, Frazier Bradley at Cedars. After a wedding 'trip to' Ashville, the James Halls

Mrs. Ruth Hicks Jordan of New York City has "sandin ,are at 'home,'844 NW 66th Street.

her shoes" and is enjoying every minute of her stay Mrs. Mauder Harper vacationing with Mr. and Mrs. "FREE
GIFT FOR PATRONS"
In Miami as the houseguest of Rev. and Mrs. Fred ;1/cks: Sistrunk (her in-laws) of Orangeburg, S. C. They' are re-

of Brownsville. latives of her husband, the late Mr. Lucius Harper. Mrs. 9110 NW 17 AVENUE 91-9392

,Harry Sears of Nassau is guest at the Columbus Harper Is the, mother and grandmother of Mrs. T. Lee and
Hotel. David Jr. and Donna M. Simmons.

Former Miami am, Mrs. Oliver (Mary Lou Young) Birthday Greetings to Mrs. Evelyn Souter, July 9; SUMMER SPECIAL' FOR CHILDREN $2.50 _

Street of Austin is visiting her mother, Mrs. Sarah Mrs. Louise Riley, July 7; Robert Torrence, July 4th;
and Mrs. Clara Fudge July 11.
Smalley.A ,
Don't discard your wigs let us condition and give thema .
two weeks vacation in Damascus, Ga. are the Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel S. Smith color bath.

plans of Catheryn Williams, her three little tots and who will lebrate their 46th wedding anniversary on '
fashion styles
Expert in ,
operators Specializing high
Godchild, Florence Edwards.It's Monday, July 10th.
all hair
textures facials *
make-up, manicuring, permanents
Hew Orleans for Mrs. Elmer (Wanda) Hewitt and Carlton J. Souter arrived in the city last Sunday and wig styling.DOROTHY .

daughters, Deidre and Monique who are visiting family morning from Indiana where he Is a Second Lieutenant

and friends. of the Diplomats at the Atterburg Job Corps tenter. H.

Mrs. M. W. Paramore and son, Terry will/ visit rela- Carlton is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John (Evelyn) Souter Operat ers i Mrs. Eva Britt BROWN Barbara, Prop. Lois
G. Hlggs,
tives in Glendale Illinois, before oft W. 76th Street.
visiting Expo 67. Smith, Alice Jenkins, Evelyn' Smith and Sarah Porter
Gwendolyn Davis looking well rested after a delightful The Charles 0. (Isabel) Youngs spent a week's ,

visit with her family in Manhattan. vacation in Savannah, Ga. visiting relatives and friends.




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Cllb Awards


Y ,. The Objects of the Daughters '
of the American Revolutionare 1:P
historical, educational, ,
! and patriotic. To make boys
SWEETING t
BY STANLEY "SWEETS"
I and girls conizant of these intentions r r ;, V,
' tPC ? t..', I
LINE.0-TYPE John MacDonald t

j Chapter DAR, sponsors Junior 'lIk, _ _
American Citizens Clubsin
I "FUFF" NOTES ON THE CUFF: Alexander Brooks in a,number of public elemen-
cbargeof accounts at Miami Beach First Federal. .
new Dade
tary schools in County.
.... ... ,.
Irwln(Fido) Curtis to Tampa to salvage his The activities in these JAC
Jeep disabled there Pct Otis Ross Jr clubs rouse an interest in our
home from Germany.for keeps.. Eugeneand American history and our trt :
Bert Duncombe's Daughter Phyllis and ,'.< I American' heritage, and develop
Marion Patterson wed In,the Duncombe's \ yJE the knowledge of,and the
Opa-locb home last Saturday. ,,'Wilfred ;'}. (Shorty) HuyUr is now a great-grandfather. ... duties of good American citizenship. I'
His daughter Thelma Huyler-Dames has a ; ... -
daughter Barbara Ann who has,a baby boy, ". A 8 atributetoeveryday GULF-HONORS PUBLISHERS Frcnk L..Stanley/ Sr., .Publ ishe. of the Louisville -
born two Fridays ago Charles Northto I (. / Defender, and John H. Senastacke, President of Sengstacke Publications/ ,, 're- ;
.. and
..., ..... practical good citizenship
and travel meet Cora .f .7.l dinner Gulf.
Nassau celved
agency plaques from the Gull Oil Corporation at o sponsored by durfng
Kinsey, former schoolmama'(now of EOPl) to wedNerllle as MacDonald a recognition Chapter,of presents it,John the National Newspaper Publishers Association" convention In Cleveland/ Roy Wkins //-

Brown(July 19) in Bimini. Thatcher Award pins with citations Executive Director of the NAACP, was speaker ct the Banquet Shown here
to'children in, the 6th are Daniel, G. Kean, Gulf'Public Relations; R. F. Edgar, Sales Administrator for
THE GUTTER GAZETTE: Widower Sammy Wells and these schools Gulf's' Midwestern ,Marketing Region; Mr. Sengstacke; Mr. Wlkins; 'Roy' W. Kohler '
grade in
shapely Jaunita Curtis holding bands .The Hansel (Helen) The awardees are chosen who is Manager, Special Projects, Gulf Public Relations; and,Mr* ''Stanley Mr.,
Johnson are expecting Chris Newbold and Lowell Fer- for "having demonstrated distinctive Senastacke's award recognized his leadership In the field of publishing through his
nander over from Nassau,vicing for the affections of the same qualities, of dependabillty '" leadership In the field of publishing through his many newspapers;' Mr. Stanley's,
Miami cutie The Josh Johnsons daughter Sharon ill at and i n his leadership as President of the NNPA. Following the banquet, the Walt Harper
leadership
I home..Willie Gibson of Liberty City's 63rd St died last Sun- cognition services;rendered re Quintet of Pittsburgh played for dancing at a party also hosted by Gulf.Oil t
day afternoon at 4:15. St Agnes' Vestry now controlled by : nu____.
younger college-trained majority. Susie Gresham continues for the promotion pf, Justice
to rate one of the nicest persons I know Nassau playboy Americanism and character
fellow club membersand Does Coca-Cola
Teddy North over on quickie-business... Jane Lewis in among
North Miami General Hospital Sam Early continues at for worthy'participation ,...........
in the activities of the Junior
JUly's South Freddie Scott remains at Trader Johns.
American Citizens Club.' have the taste .

PHONIES AND BALONEY: Medics ordered William Jackson This is the highest honor
Jr to much-needed rest at home. Alvin Houston and party elementary
presented .by NSDAR ,to -
of six to Nassau last 1 Sabbath;.' .Daniel Francis back from ?
schools,and It is con- tired of
Jacksonville after burying his mother. Mary Kemp to At- sidered by some principals to you never get
lanta and two weeks. .Lillie Ruth Brown and Afbertha Dun- be the highest school honor a
combe now motherinlaws .Louise Payne-Cooper planed out student can earn. These That-
Monday for Memphis, Tenn to fetch her son Franklin home cher Award pins are miniatures
from Kennedy Hospital Maude Cox in new home at 93rd of
the informal JAC

pennant
and 17th. Dental Surgeon Roland B u r roughs back in the in full color enameled on Is it always refreshing:;?
states from a stint in Vietnam. The Larry (Queen Esther) gold. Usually these pins are
Halls celebrated their 15th wedding anniversary June 29 presented during special
And the William(Inez)Taylors daughter Francina was 10 on ceremonies for 6th graders at ,

the same date. the end of the 'school year.

THE WEEK'S WASH: Police Sergeant Lury F. Bowen checking Winners of this honor and Do things go better: :: 1 t

his patrolling detail at 2nd and 9th. Ed McCarthy lost the valued pins were Sharon
his dad Church of the Incarnation to expand or build ? ? ? Bridgewater and Johnny Wal-
Geneva Troutman's daughter Hannah Edwards of Dunbar Elementary ker, Nathan B.Young;and Judy with Coke

and son Derek jetted out Friday night for a NYC vacation Williams and Prince Burden, ,...........
as guests of Hannah's brother Roy Smith. Jimmy J. W. Johnson. Four find stu-
Lucas Just waiting for variance that'll give him the green bents of whom all are proud. after Coke after Coke?

light' to build. The Roundtree sisters (Alma Lynch-Olivia ......, ......,....,
Mitchell) leaving Sunday for the place of their birth-Valdosta, ra.Pl.
Ga and two weeks with mother Ada Roundtree. Fr and
Mrs. Ellsha Clarke Jr of Transfiguration in Opa-locka cele-

brated their 19th wedding anniversary June 30. 1 I Ask schoolteacher Shirley Hasley.Let her tell you.
PRINTINGSERVICE Write:Mrs.Shirley Hasley.P.O.Box 2867. San Francisco Calif 94126
WHISPERS-IN-THE-DARK: At Sir John Lounge: She was
tired, proven and found stupid...At King's Bar: Is that a wig
or a mop she's wearing ? ? ? At Mo's: Let me get outta here
before my husband's girlfriend sees me At Double Deck t
Bar: Her parakeet should teach her how to talk At the .. .
Barn: They say she's pregnant but only her dressmaker knows .

for sure. At Hampton House: Baby, what's your telephone
address ? ? ? At Goode's New Lounge: Is that his mother or
his girlfriend ? ? ? At Eddie's Dive Inn: Let's dance Baby,-1 Miami Times
wanna hiccup...At Sunrise Bar:Do you know I've fooled right &
around here and got plumb sober IIII I 1 I At Pat's Bar: I like it : .
here the liquor Is so delirious. At the Penthouse: That's -FOR Al.YOU MINTING NEEDS sq

not me lady, I take a bath every Saturday.
Call 691-0421
{ !Ai'
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Patrolman Ernest Kirkland decking his ___
STUFF AND SUCH: '
cruiser briefly while he massages his torrid tonsils at R. C. :; .:

Coleman's ice-water trough at 5th and 3rd.. Fr Leroy Yar- 18 Years of Responsible
ber back from revival services on Florida's west coast. Building Service to ",J'L'
The Ernest (Red) Knowles (Alsada Ramos) houseguested her The Community 5's,4
sisterlnlaw Martha Slaughter and nephew Michael Knowles of
Newark, N. J. .. Patricia Burroughs and two fledglings Stacy When Buying or Building 'e t
and Jeffrey to migrate down from her hometown of Patterson) : -r- I
N. J. to spend the summer with grandmother Jocelyn Newbold- CALL STANLEY f ,
Burroughs-Knowles. Cotton Club manager ReginaldSandi- L ) .
lands and Mr. James Club ditto Jackie Corbitt, despite'- PL '1-3604 .-. f.
casional disgruntled and tipsy embibers,continue to keep theircool' I Beautiful Hornet ..
I know. .. .. .,. .. ... m."
as two of the smoothest night-club operators Built on Your 111 MI I 'I v Y.F.IN 1115 1111 r 'K! '0'f' H' u'i '
Lot or OursAttractive
CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS:Coconut Grove Playhouse Hall A I I.
know it. It's best
teratlons and You
a Six-pence" cast wining and dining at a favorite oasis nearby AdditionsLet your
Tlsket)Taylor daughter Marsha and Verne
.Charles( u* DemolishYour
Taylor-Tinker's son Robert Reid of Homestead AFB have it Worn Out
bad and are as close as two peas in a pod No one is more House and Builda refreshment buy.
enthusiastic about the Transfiguration-sponsored boat cruise Lovely New
Friday moonlight than dapper committeeman Charles Martin.He Home
has promised that all hands will be on deck when the Mis- Coll Us for Facts About
sion's belles and beaus meet at pier 5 for the Dreamboat ride Building
with fun frolic frivolity favors and fe- Good Bank Financing
that will be spotted ,
males. It's an outing that you Just cannot afford to miss. STANLEY BUILDERS, CoCOke
Leola Griffin birthdayed July 1 But Jimmy Lucas wont Inc.Licensed ,
ditto until July 7. That's it brother from your one-man- Uivred under the authority of the Coca-Cola Company by

newspaper who knows everybody and everybody's racket, but 888 N. E. 79th Street the people in your town who bring you Coca-Cola.'
who lets the cat out of the bag by telling you that Gwendolyn Miami. Florida
Robinson is vacationing in Tampa.


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Ferguson and Jimmy Williams of Nassau, 7
were married) Saturday The bride, daughter of Mr. and { By Gwendolyn Laverne Ross

Mrs. Ernest Ferguson, 7614 NW ?14th Place./ The/ bridegroom ,'V"" '" e"""'" Sprinter Leslie Miller is off and running againl This timeto
the of Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Williams of Nas- '67 track team. If Les
Is
son I \ 7"'I qualify for Nassau's Expo succeeds,
i.Y i- : 1:9: '
:
sau. Mrs. Williams jetted over to attend the. wedding of ; ,' he'll leave Nassau on July 28, for a three-week stint in Montreal .

her son. Canada. Leslie is the son of Mr and Mrs. Leroy Millerof
Wedding guests witnessed a bouble ceremony on r Nassau. In Miami, he lives with his aunt and uncle, Mr and

Friday, June 30 at Antioch Baptist. Church of Browns- Mrs. Phillip Allen.
v///e/ when the children of Mrs. Mattie/ Anderson and.the
{ Jenkins Betty) and her three children
( (Sheila
Mrs. Leroy ,
Anderson Ida Mae and Robert Kermit)
late Mr. Willie (
made the Booker
IdaMaebecame Stephanie and Leroy Jr.) Hayes (Mildred)
double
were married In a ring ceremony. home at 14230 Monroe Street, the first stop on their vacation
Mrs. Robert Cooper. Bessie Brown, daughter of Mr. and Lucius King of Booker T. Washington High Schools itinerary. The youngsters will remain behind to explore the

Mrs. Fred Thomas of Jacksonville became Mrs. Robert mile s approvingly as he is presented a Polaroid W sights and sounds of Miami, while their mother tours Nassau.
Kermit Anderson. The brides wore identical lace dresses Swinger camera by Mrs. Marian Shannon, a teacher The foursome hails from East Orange. New Jersey.
with matching accessories. Attendants were Carolyn there. It seems that Lucius losthis camera while help-

Miller, Lottie Pearl Lundy, Harold Courtney and Donald Mrs. De Vera Edwards, a visiting beauty consultant, set Since June 30, there have been two Florences at the Ray-

Johnson. A reception at the Anderson's home followed up for a campus program. The Pharmaco representativesent mond Holloway home on Jackson Street. Mrs. Holloway'sniece

the evening ceremony. Lucius another camera from Kenllworth,New Jerseyto and namesake arrived to spend the remainder of the

Charles and Shirley Cooper of Philadelphia are replace the one he lost. summer in Miami. A sophomore at Coes College in Cedar

guests at the SurFs ide Plaza, Miami Beach. The couple Rapids, Iowa, she is the daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Willie Battleof

w leave For Nassau on Sunday before returning to Philadelphia Columbus, Georgia."A .
on July 13. -

Inez Worthy Brantley, Ralph Jr. and daughter Judith WflEN.'lHEY' MEETLAMBDA Nassuvian holiday for three," describes the recent Junket

Cheeks are visiting her daughter, Charlotte in Los An' made to the island by Miss Viola Crawford, Mrs. Herbert Am-

geles. Mrs. Brantley will also visit the Leroy (Marva) mons (Edna), and her son, Collyer. The trio celebrated the

Worthy's.Mrs. KAPPA MU SORORITY, INC. Fourth on the Island.

Pleasant Strapp will do some island hopping New York, New York July 6-8, 1967
Get well wishes to: Mrs. Charles Brooks (Clara), who's
her vacation in the Bahamas.Mr. .
during
The "Showcase of Outstanding Women work shops, undergoing tests at Doctors Hospital, Mrs.Samuel DavisGar-
Van Lee of 1185 NW 64th Street is recuperatingafter
and a public meeting are the scheduled activitiesfor
among denia), who's recuperating from recent surgery at Baptist
at Palm Springs General. Mrs. Elry/ T.
eye surgery the 30th annual conventionof
Hospital and Sargeant First Class Curtis Zeigler who's
,
recuperating
Sands and Mrs. Bessie B. Forbes are vacationing in Lambda Kappa Mu ,Sorority,
from knee injuries at Homestead Air Force Base
Chicago: They are houseguests of Joe and Cleo Terrell. Inc. Headed by Grand Basileus Hospital.

Doreen Young has returned home after attending a Mrs. Marie G. Leatherman of

workshop at the University of Florida.Mrs. Detroit, the expected '930 dele

F. L. Crompton and daughter, La Rena Allenof gates and 450 visitors will con t
Ocala were houseguest 01 their niece and cousin, Mrs. vene at the Hilton Hotel In New Business Places Sought For
Lucille Riou. York. I

Get well wishes Jo Little Alexander Clark, Jr., "Enlightened Leadership for a
Dynamic Age" the conference Management Internship ProgramThe
son of Mrs. Jean Clark who's*.recuperating at Variety, theme will be discussed by the
Room 268 offer .
surgery.Mr. group, during the two day con Economic Opportunity program would cover a periodnot
and Mrs. William Bullard (Baby and Bill) of the
clave. Founded In 1937 the
sorority program, Inc., is soliciting the to exceed eight months,
Bronx spent three days in Miami before jetting over to bas dedicated itself to .(a.. rA' participation of local businessin during which time EOPI reimburse
Nassau for a week' s vacation. four'b sic principles "SisterMrs.. Marl C. Leatherman a Management Internship the employer a substantial

Helen week Davies reports. a most delightful vacation after hood, Achievement, Service and Scholarship. program, a training project portion of each intern'ssalary.
a in Kingston.Mr.
designed to the .
employment
encourage
Clarence B. Holmes sends a big hello to his
of recent Negro college As an added Incentive, EOPIis
friends in Miami. He would like to hear from friends
GAMMA PHI DELTA SORORITY graduates at managementlevels prepared to subsidize additional
during his stay at 610-43rd Street, Newport News, Virginia in various businessesand
college courses for interns

Miami Florida
23607. August 1.5, 1967
industries throughoutDade if needed.
Florida I Funeral Directors held their meeting at Gamma ,Phi L Delta! ), sorority, led by Supreme Basileus, County. Businesses who would like
Daytona Beach last week. Mrs. Kay Davis, will hold Its 25th annual convention In
Among the Miamians who chose Nassau as their early August at Miami. The 200 to participate in this projectand

vacation spot is Mrs. Artis (Elaine) Ready, GwendolynR. delegates and 100 guests will The Management Internship desire more Information
Miller and Betty Gaiter Timmons. convene at the Biscayne Terrace program is a cooperative arrangement concerning the program,
Hotel. between EOPI and should contact Mr. Jackson: ,

Miamiarr Barbara Williams finished third in the girls The convention theme, "1m. local industries which would 3778601.
proving Images Through provide on.the.job training in Dr. Harold Strauss, Employment
national AAU track championships at Santa Barbara. Too
such capacities as production Program Director
Achievements and ,
Performance,
bad about another Miamian who
Tinker
Joyce reinjureda Cultural Enrichments," Is In assistants, etc. The trainingA is in charge of the project.
scratched
leg and was from the finals./
Mrs. William I. Brenner has been appointed by the keeping with the purposes set
forth by the Founded In
group.
Greater Miami Coordinating Council of WICS/ (Women in February of 1941, the sorority THANK YOUI

Community Serviceas project director of the local pro- has been of great aid to many wish to express mythanksandappreciation CARD OF THANKSI
gram for the fiscal year 196768. Named as assistant women through its scholarshipfund. totheSt.

directors were Mrs. Herman Roudenbush and Mrs. Leon It has also provided an C e c el 1 a' s Chapter of the wish to express sincere

Earle.Mrs. Inspirational force for Its mem- Mrs. I Kay Davis Daughters of the King, and all thanks to the pastor, officers
EdwardZerlineFerguson( ) is home againafter bers and the communities they serve. participants who rendered and members of Temple Baptist

visiting her ailing mother, Mrs.. Margaret Rolle of Nas such a heart warming pro- Church and other friends
sau. ---- who were so kind to me during
gram, honoring my birthdayat
Houseguesting in Brooklyn with her friend, Mrs. the beautiful home of Mrs. my Illness.
Juanita Matthews is Mrs. Othello Vacationeers Bernice Sellers chose Detroit but Mae
(Armeta) Johnson Valencia Williams, on Sunday
,
Bunche, Park.Friends Robinson visited cities in Ohio and Michigan. June 25. Druscilla Thompson

of Jane Davis Lewis are sending cheery After a successful term at Ft. Volley State, the It was an experience I shall

greetings to North Miami General where she's a patient. Paramore sisters (Mary Ellen and Rejoyner are visiting, mever forget I would like to say SHOP OWNERS GUILD

Lorraine Morgan, a candy striper at Jackson Memorialled brothers. thanks a. million for the
her class of 46 with 207 hours of volunteer work. Make a date to visit "Profiles of Poverty," an exhibition beautiful corsage of white car very The Shop Owners Guild will

Congratulations.Join of 450 documentary photographs by 100 of the nations pinned on me by meet Sunday, July 9, 3 p.m.at
nation's leading photographers, that opened Monday in my Sunlight Beauty School, 1113N.
the VOLUME DINGLE FUND (the Miamian who daughter of theKing; also
lost $1,180 he had saved toward a house when his wife auditorium of Jordan Marsh, Miami. The exhibition, on thanHng all my relatives, W. 3rd Avenue. Businessof

threw it away with his old pants. Send your contributionsto view for two weeks, has been prepared by the Office of friends and well wishers, for importance.

Volume Dingle Fund, c/o Links Inc., of America,5727 Economic Opportunity and is on a nationwide tour. expressions of delight, cards

NW 17th Avenue, Miami, Mrs. Gussie Dobbs is presi You'll I find the exhibit interesting and informative. and gifts, which I will always GIRL SCOUT CAMP BEGINS
de*. Recent visitors to our city from Nassau were Rev. cherish.
JULY 10. FILL OUT YOUR
Off on' the YMCA Northeast and Canadian tourare James Meighan, Jr. of the Church of God in Christ and CARD AND MAIL TODAY.

Ellen Heidt, Dorothy Edwards and Little JO-year-old.Miss Seleta Ferguson. Mrs. Della B. Carey
Mears. Lerline Williams is attending FAMU's summer session.

Get well wishes to Laura Seymour, Vable/ Minus, '
Lena Martin, Frazier Bradley at Cedais After a wedding trip to' Ashville, the James Hallsare
Mrs. Ruth Hicks Jordan of New York City has "sandin at home,.844 NW 66th Street.

her shoes" and Is enjoying every minute of her stay Mrs. Mauder Harper vacationing with Mr. and Mrs. "FREE
Sistrunk (her in-laws) of Orangeburg, S. C. They GIFT FOR PATRONS"
in Miami as the houseguest of Rev. and Mrs.Fred Hicks. : are relatives
of Brownsville. of her husband, the late Mr. Lucius Harper. Mrs. 9110 NW IT AVENUE &91.9392

,Harry Sears of Nassau Is guest at the Columbus Harper is the mother and grandmother of Mrs. T. Lee and
Hotel. David Jr. and Donna M. Simmons.

Former Miamiam, Mrs. Oliver (Mary Lou Young) Birthday Greetings to Mrs. Evelyn Souter, July 9; SUMMER SPECIAL FOR CHILDREN $2.50Don't

Street of Austin is visiting her mother, Mrs. Sarah Mrs. Louise Riley, July 7; Robert Torrence, July 4th;
Smalley.A and Mrs. Clara Fudge, July 11.
discard Itt and them.
wigs condition give
your us
two weeks vacation in Damascus, Ga are the Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel S. Smith a color both.
plans of Catheryn Williams, her three little tots and who will ce lebrate their 46th wedding anniversary on
Expert operators Specializing In high fashion styles,
Godchild, Florence Edwards.It's Monday, July 10th. all hair textures facials
New Orleans for Mrs. Elmer (Wanda) Hewitt and Carlton J. Souter arrived in the city last Sunday and wig ,styling. make-up, manicuring, permanents -

daughters, Deidre and Monique who are visiting family morning from Indiana where he is a Second Lieutenant

and friends. of the Diplomats at the Atterburg Job Corps Center. DOROTHY H.
Mrs. M. W. Paramore and son, Terry will visit relatives / Carlton is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John (Evelyn) Souter Eva BROWN, Prop.
?.p 5f0ii'fsM'iV Britt, Barbara G. Ul
Higgs,
in Glendale, Illinois, before visiting Expo 67. of N. W. 76th Street. Evelyn Smith and
Sarah Porter
Gwendolyn Davis looking well rested after a delightful The Charles 0. (Isabel) Youngs spent a week's ,

visit with her family in Manhattan. vacation in Savannah, Ga. visiting relatives and friends.




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1 The objects of the Daughters
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BY STANLEY "SWEErS" SWEETING/ and patriotic. To make boys ,
and girls conizant of these intentions .1 ,;rqr;' 11 ,:fri"r fksf 4 n t
LINE.OTYPE"FUFF" John MacDonald A

Chapter, DAR, sponsors Junior
American Citizens Clubs
NOTES ON THE CUFF: Alexander Brooks In in number of public elemen-
chat.geof new accounts at Miami Beach First Federal Dade
tary schools In County.
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Irwin(Fido) Curtis to Tampa to salvage his ''' The activities in these JAC fiYt'ryf I -''- -
jeep disabled there Pct Otis Ross Jr clubs rouse an interest in our __ $
home from Germany-for keeps.. Eugeneand American history and our
Bert Buncombe's Daughter Phyllis and American heritage, and, develop
Marion Patterson wed in,the Duncombe's ,Z"_, i'" the knowledge of,'and the

Opa-locta home last Saturday. .. .,Wilfred ;j rF t: capacity for, performing the
(Shorty) Huyle'r is now a greatgrandfather.His ;.', duties of good American citi.
daughter Thelma Huyler-Dames has a ;\ zenship.
daughter Barbara Ann who has,a baby boy, 1Itt, ,'", :. : r- : Frank -
IJ. A 8 atributetoeveryday GULF HONORS PUBLISHERS L. ,Stanley, Sr., .Publisher. the Louisyflle -
born two Fridays ago Charles C. Northto Defender and John H. stacke President of
,, ; practical good citizenship and Seng stack* Publications 're*
Nassau and a travel meet. Cora Oil
agency of it John ce/ved plaques from the Gulf Corporation of a dinner sponsored by Gulf during
as a recognition
Kinsey, former,s c h o o 1 m a ra a'(now of EOPJ) tp w Neville MacDonald Chapter, presents, the National Newspaper Publishers Association/ convention/ In C/eve/and./ Roy IWkins /-

Brown(July 19) In Bimini. Thatcher Award pins, with citations Executive Director of the NAACP, was' speaker at the Banquet Shown here'are
to children in the 6th Daniel G. Kean, Gulf Public Relations; R. F. Edgar, Sales Administrator for
THE GUTTER GAZETTE: Widower Sammy Wells and grade in these schools. Gulf's ,Midwestern Marketing Region; Mr. Sengstacke; Mr. Wilkins; Roy W, Kohler'
shapely Jaunita Curtis holding bands The Hansel (Helen) The awardees are chosen who Is Manager, Special Projects/ Gulf Public Relations;, and Mr. Stanley Mr.,
Johnson are expecting Chris Newbold and Lowell Fer- award leadership
for "having demonstrated dis- Sengstacke's recognized his In' the field of publishing through his
nander over from Nassau,vielng for the affections of the same' ,
In the field of his
tinctive qualities of dependa.. leadership publishing through many newspapers; Mr Stanley's,
Miami cutie. The Josh Johnsons daughter Sharon ill at '
his leadership 'President of the NNPA. the
and i as Following banquet; the Walt Harper
bility, ,leadership n re
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home...Willie Gibson of Liberty City's 63rd St died last Sun-
,cognition services renderedfor Quintet of Pittsburgh played for dancing at a party also/ hosted by Gulf.Gill '
day afternoon at 4:15.: St Agnes' Vestry now controlled by
younger college-trained majority. Susie Gresham continues the'promotion(of Justice, II

to rate one of the nicest persons I know t Nassau play Americanism and character
boy Teddy North over on quickie-business. Jane Lewis in among fellow club membersand Does Coca-Cola .

North Miami General Hospital Sam Early continues at for worthy participation tHM...**9
Jilly's South Freddie Scott remains at Trader Johns. In the activities of the Junior'
American Citizens Club."
have the taste
PHONIES AND BALONEY: Medics ordered William JacksonJr
This is the highest honor
to much-needed rest at home. Alvin Houston and partyof
presented by NSDAR,to ele-
six to Nassau last t Sabbath,' .Daniel Francis back from
mentary schools,and it is con-
Jacksonville after burying his mother Mary Kemp to Atlanta sidered by some principals to you never get tired of?
and two weeks .Lillie Ruth Brown and Albertha Dun-
be the highest school honor1 a
combe now motherinlaws. ?Louise Payne-Cooper planed out student can earn. These That
Monday for Memphis, Tenn to fetch her son Franklin home cher Award pins are miniatures -,
from Kennedy Hospital Maude Cox in new home at 93rd
of the Informal JAC
and lth. Dental Surgeon Roland Bur r 0 u i h s back in the nant in full color enameled pen on Is it always refreshing?
states from a stint in Vietnam. The Larry (Queen Esther) gold. Usually these pins are :
,
Halls celebrated their 15th 29
wedding anniversary June presented during special
And the William (Inez)Taylors daughter Francina was 10 on ceremonies for 6th graders at

the same date. the end of the school year.

Do better .
THE WEEK'S WASH: Police Sergeant Lury F. Bowen check- Winners of this honor and things go .
ing his patrolling detail at 2nd and 9th. Ed McCarthy lost 1 the valued pins were Sharon i
his dad Church of the Incarnation,to expand or build ? ? ? :Bridgewater and Johnny Walker
Geneva Troutman's daughter Hannah Edwards of Dunbar Elementary 1 Nathan B. Young;and Judy with Coke

and son Derek Jetted out Friday night for a NYC va- 'Williams and Prince Burden, ...n......,
cation as guests of Hannah's brother Roy Smith. Jimmy.J. W, Johnson. Four find stu-
Lucas Just waiting for variance that'll give him the 'green 1 bents! of whom all are proud. after Coke after Coke?
light' to build. The Roundtree sisters (Alma Lynch-Olivia
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Mitchell) leaving Sunday for the place of their birth. Valdosta,
Ga and two weeks with mother Ada Roundtree. Fr and I II
I Mrs. Elisha Clarke Jr of Transfiguration in Opa-locka celebrated -
I their 19th wedding anniversary June 30.
Ask schoolteacher Shirley Hasley.Let her tell you.
PRINT!! Write:Mrs.Shirley Haslev P.O.Box 2867.San Francisco Calif. 94126
I WHISPERS-IN-THE-DARK: At Sir John Lounge) : She was
tired, proven and found stupid, ..At King's Bar: Is that a wigor
a mop she's wearing ? ? ? At MO'S: Let me get outta here SERVICE l
before my husband's girlfriend sees me At Double Deck
Bar: Her parakeet should teach her how to talk. At the
Barn: They say she's pregnant but only her dressmaker knows

for sure. At Hampton House: Baby, what's your telephone
address ? ? ? At Goode's New Lounge: Is that his mother or
his girlfriend ? ? ? At Eddie's Dive Inn: Let's dance Baby .I Miami Times ', p
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wanna hiccup.. .At Sunrise Bar:Do you know I've fooled right Y
around here and got plumb sober l 111 l 1 At Pat's Bar: like It hYyt
here the is At the -FOR All TOUR rHINTIKB HENS
liquor so delirious'. Penthouse: That'sDot
me lady, I take a bath every Saturday.
Call 691-0421 rA'Y7

STUFF AND SUCH: Patrolman Ernest Kirkland decking his
cruiser briefly while he massages his torrid tonsils at R. C.

Coleman's ice-water trough at 5th and 3rd? Fr Leroy Yar- 18 Years of Responsible
ber back from revival services on Florida's west coast. Building Service to \
The Ernest (Red) Knowles(Alsada Ramos) houseguested her Th. Community \
sisterinlaw Martha Slaughter and nephew Michael Knowles of it _
Newark, N. J. ...Patricia Burroughs and two fledglings Stacy When Buying or Building '
and Jeffrey to migrate down from her hometown Patterson, < 'w.L .
N. J. to spend the summer with grandmother Jocelyn Newbold- CALL STANLEY .; ., '

Burroughs-Knowles. Cotton Club manager ReginaldSandl- L
lands and Mr. James Club ditto Jackie Corbitt, despite'- 'o PL 1-3604

casional disgruntled and tipsy embibers, continue to keep their Beautiful Homes _____
'cool' as two of the smoothest night-club operators I know. Built on Your .., 'to, ..,
Lot or OursAttractive
YOURS Coconut Grove Playhouse"Halfa A I I.t. I. '
CONFIDENTIALLY : .,a t Ion. and You know it. It's best
Six-pence" cast wining and dining at a favorite oasis nearby AdditionsLet your

.Charles(Tisket)Taylor's daughter Marsha and Verne us DemolishYour
Taylor-Tinker's son Robert Reid of Homestead AFB have it Worn OutHouse
bad and are as close as two peas in a pod. No one is more and Build refreshment buy.
enthusiastic about the Transfiguration-sponsored boat cruise o Lovely N.w
Friday moonlight than dapper committeeman Charles Martin.He Home 1.t
has promised that all hands will be on deck when the Mis Call Us for poets About
sion's belles and beaus meet at pier 5 for the Dreamboat ride Building
that will be spotted with fun, frolic, frivolity, favors and fe- Good Bank Financing mo.I'
males. It's an outing that you Just cannot afford to miss. STANLEY BUILDERS,
Leola Griffin birthdayed July 1 But Jimmy Lucas wont Inc.Licensed .
ditto until July 7. That's it brother from your one-man- Insvrtd under the authority o* the Coca-Cola Company by
knows everybody and everybody's racket, but
who
newspaper 888 N. E. 79th Street the people in your town who bring Coca-Cola.'
who lets the cat out of the bag by telling you that Gwendolyn Miami, Florida you
Robinson is vacationing in Tampa.



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What do you do with a retarded child when school out for I
the summer? This is a good question! You take her to work
with you, or you leave her to virtually roam the streets while
you are working. This child or young lady cannot be placed on r k
a "summer Job" as other kids are, yet who is to keep an eye I
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on her during the day? What is she to do with her time? '"
I do not have facts or figures,but In talking with a lady who
has retarded 15-year-old daughter,I realized thattler8''muStbe
quite a number of parents in the same position. How many?
What can be done to help these parents? What can be done to
help these young people? In the case of Mrs. X, and her attractive f
15-year-old, the mother has had Jobs where she was
allowed to bring her daughter and let her do small tasks where
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she works. At the same time, she can keep an eye on her. At Chick Associates
AT NNPA The
Finney were
the present, however, her schedule will not allow her to take retiring president, publisherof the Louisville Defender,
attendances at the National Newspaper Publisher Asso-
the girl with her. There is no place in the community where Miss Chic-A-Dee of 1967, ErnestineLatson; Ohio State
this young woman can be supervised during the day while the ciation 27th Annual Convention, held at the StatlerHilton Rep. Carl B. Stotes, candidate for Mayor of Cleveland;
mother works. There is nothing to keep her busy. and the Hotel, Cleveland, Ohio recently At the final The retiring queen Lela Williams; Mayor of Saginaw,
session, Finney (second from right) and his guests Henry C. Marsh Mrs. Bertha Louis ,
agencies will not help until, she Is "really in trouble. She ; Finney, St. distin\/
must be pregnant or get into some difficulty with the law before posed ,with dignitaries of the publishers. From left to quashed beautician and wife of Mr. Finney and at the
the authorities will can't for these right: Mrs. A. C. Franklin, publisher of the Kansas City
help.Why we get help extreme right, William (Bill) Porter, assistance to the
Call:John H. Murphy III, newly elected NNPApresident
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youngsters before they get into trouble? vice president Anheuser-Busch .
marketing.in
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Goldman,of Miami Beach,have a retarded and head of the Afro-Americon: Frank L. Stanley, Sr.,.

son. Years ago, they formed a group made up,of parents of
retarded children in their area. They arranged to have one
parent keep all of the children, In turn. This left the others West Coast Is Captured ly T"t"Memphis Soiri" I
free to go to work, or what have you on the other days, and
have the knowledge that their children were safe and being supervised Like Caesar before them, highest praise and ovation to the Los Angeles Times of ding during their new season
,, (If there were six parents who could get togetherIn they came, they saw and they date. June 19 saw it this way: Otis this fall.
this manner, it would mean that six days out of each week, conquered. TheybeingOtis Otis Redding kicked stirred the crowd toit's great- The latest word from Los
a parent of a retarded child could work and;?rovlde for her Redding and the Double Dyna- things off whenhe est excitement of the first two Angeles is that the West Coast
family.)This group of people gave dances,held raffles, accepted mite Duo of Sam and Dave, and was overwhelminglyacclaimed days. The paths between the debute engagement of Sam and
donations of clothes and money, opened a thrift shop, and their conquest was of California as athe sensation of rows of chairs were Jammed Dave at the WhiskyAGoGo
worked through the years until they have bought an old motel, audiances when the Stax- the first annual Monterey Pop with bobbing spectators,some confirms the complete triumphof
where these children will live. They will be supervised by two Volt recording artists recently Festival. He was the only performer of whom leaped onto the flanksof the "Memphis Sound.
groups of parents who will serve as"house parents" and live brought the "Memphis to receive a ten minute the stage clapping and Among the galaxy of stars wel-
at the motel too. This relieves the parents of the children to Sound" to the West Coast standing ovation from the shouting along as Otis walled coming Sam and Dave on their
live an almost normal life without the frustrations and worries where it received Some it's crowd Pete Johnson writing through "Sha e./ "Respect" opening night were comedian
about their child's safety. The children who are capable of "I've Been Loving You Too Bill Cosby, vocalist Lou
working will do odd chores at the motel, which gives them Long," "Satisfaction," and Rawls, Greg Morris (of TV's
something to do, and gives them a sense of belonging. I think Workers For The Blind "Try a Little Tenderness.But "Mission Impossible") and
this is a group of people who should be complimented on their former football great and now
foresight and togetherness in getting a much needed Job done. there's good news for motion picture star; Jim
There should be a group,such as their's inevery neighborhoodand To Meet On'' BeachThe the many fans of the "Memphis Brown.
it, is about time we did something for these children and Sound" who weren't able Undoubtedly, the highlightof
their'parents. Those of you who have retarded children can to personall witness the magnetic Sam and Dave's West Coast
get together and solve this problem. Togetherness is a much American Associationof senator from the State of performance dan even- conquest occur e d when they
better way of coping with this situation than each one standing Workers for Blind will hold Washington, will give the key- ing with Otis at Monterey. The were presented with the sev-
alone trying to do "the best you can." If you have a retarded its 41st annual convention July note address during the first ABC Television network will enth annual "Youth On Pa-
child and you would like to par tic i pat e in something ofthls 9 14 at the Deauville Hotel general session at 10:30 a.m. present a special documentaryon rade"award by Reve' L.Gip-
kind, please contact your Brownsville EOPI office. If any of here, Approximately,1,000 Monday (July 10)), following a the Monterey Pop Music son, Youth Editor of the Los
my readers know of someone who could use this help, have members two-thirds of welcome by Miami Beach Ma- Festival featuring Otis Red- Angeles Sentinel.
them call, too. This will be a pro g ram of help for retarded them either totally or partially yor Jay Dermer.
children of all ages, boys and girls. blind, are expected to attend. The AAWB, promotes,
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Jo Payoton With the theme "Reality, develops and improves ser-
the Keystone of Service," the vice to blind people.It Is a pri- T Calli6'1
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Commissioner Irwin Christie i
convention will feature group vate voluntary association
VIP OF THE WEEK: Herbert Northrup(Chas. Meyers. Co.) sessions which will deal with concerned not merely with CHARLESROGERS
In this colum last week,I asked that my readers send letters various aspects of medical laws affecting blind people and M 4
and postcards stating whether or not they were for the gun law, services, rehabilitation, employment customs which go deeper, but
and if they were supporting Commissioner Athalie Range in technological developments also with generating better
this received quite a few, and a telegram from and other areas public and private agencies 1
Jeanne and Morris Cohen, their staff and customers. The dealing with the blind,electionof which deal with the treatment, 'a'"ryka AT PL 1-7502
I Cohens have owned the Southern Farm Market at 20th Street 1967-68 officers and ad rehabilitation and employmentof .:......
and 6th Avenue for years.. They have been good friends to us dresses. the blind. FOR A GOOD BUY ON A
and to the community they serve. They state;:that they, their Harry P. Cain of Miami, PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT
staff, and customers were with this effort 100%and would signa vice president for finance for
petition to prove it, if necessary.We say thanks to all of you Gooodwill Industries of South SAVE UP TO 40% STEREO OR ORCHESTRA

who wrote in, and If others would like to send their opinion, Florida, Inc., and a former ON INSTRUMENTS.
we will be glad to hear from you. Auto Insurance

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: The affair given last Friday' Liability Physical
night at the Brownsville EOPI Center for the benefit of Avon Sp R/ri' Damage .
Billlngton, was a huge success. Among the fighters partici- a ES L +tsaD SR' 22 Filing
pating I n the matches were: Ray Malone vs Larry Atkins;
Jerry Powell vs Ray Malone; Jerry Powell vs Grady Ponder; No On Refused
Willie Johnson vs Oilie Wilson:Willie Johnson vs Scatter Hawk GOOD DRIVERS
Dixon; and Jimmy Ellis the 8th contender the world heavy- No Finance Charge
weight championshipwas there.Uso fight Baron Chris Dundee, SHOP J\ at little at
Willie Pastrano, former light-heavy: weight champion was the I (
referee. Thanks to all of those fellows and the other folk who 15% DOWN

worked so hard and gave of their money to help with this affair 6349389Hor..1aY AT SHE Lt'S CITY
Speaking of affairs, the Boat Ride given by the Sattelite (South Door)
Lounge was a huge success. Bill Harris, their affable man- 171'f N.W. fn. fT. I
ager, sez everybody had a swinging time. Hear tell that PLAZA INSURANCE 1\\
the tax man collects taxes on garbage thatain't even collected. AGENCY
Is it true that if you rental property that is not rent- PUBLIC i Phone:754-4951 asr
ed, you s.Ul have to pay garbage tax?Somebody tell us this is INCOME TAX SERVICE 5941 NW 7th Avenue
not so, please! There must be a misunderstanding some
where! Let's all find out All the gang went to Ocala last 0 e tWE
week end for the Willie Gallimore Memorial Invitational Tour-
nament. We have not gotten the results yet, but Frank Rivers SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR
seems to be the lucky guy on that course. He not only won tro-
phies each year, but was lucky enough to win the raffled gold SPECIAL" SELL HAPPINESS
and the clubs the next. Fl1l I ( know us we
bag one year, you "'Oiled In Your Home,
yell 'fix' at the drop of a hat Stopped by to hear Charlie' Cleaned & AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAYAt
Austin and his group the other night. They still sound greatas Adjust Tensions the cr...,..... .l N.r'h-l.wth l>pr.*iw.y
ever.Have a new singer with them. Norman Cotter, exe- Free Needle & Belt Total Cost 1150' I ONLY IS MINUTIS MOM ANYWHIM MIAMI
cutive vice president of Lincoln National Bank has moved to a Check all Wiring All Makes CORNER N.W.54th ST. fc N.W.3rd AYE.
downtown bank, and we are wondering if our J. D. Mack, who Phone 7517502Or
1 Year
is now vice president will take over as exec. v.p. he really deserves Guarantee & Models 2010 Biscayne Blvd. FR 1.0401 Browlrd JA Z-5131
the promotion, and Is i nice guy. We are looking for- BROWARD CALL mil DIUVIRY ANYWHIRI IN U.fA.INrr.lAUDIROALI1103l.US01ASBLVD.JAI.3nft.
ward to going into the bank soon and seeing his name "over"the COLLECT 634-6242 I

title. That is it for this week. Till the next one, LIVE ,. ..,
LIFE, EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT. PEACE!



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first annual Fashion Re- af 600: p.m., at the Bayfront

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"Youth On Parade"To June 23rd through July 4th,
Sam and Dave will be appear-
ing at Basin Street West in San
Salute Sam And DaveSam Francisco July 11th through PLAN NOW

16th, and at the city's Fillmore
and Dave, popular Stax debut engagement at the Los Auditorium July 18th through
recording artists from Miami Angeles Whisky A GoGo 23rd.unlocks .
FOR NEXT SUMMER !
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and leading exponents of the
"Memphis Sound" in contem-
porary music have been namedas
the recipients of the sixth 1

annual "Youth On Parade" FIRST MIAMI RUN JOIN OURVACATION
award presented by the Los
Angeles Sentinel in connectionwith DRIVE-IN THEATRE

that city's GoodShephard
Baptist Church. CLUB
The award cites Sam and .
Boris KIVIOf1
Dave for their inspiration to

today's youth through their man's oldest secrets
outstanding contributionsto
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exposes -0 .
popular music. The presentation !;\o.\

is made each year to Mondo ; .
those who are considered to be .
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We lust filmed :n
Among the past recipients of
the award have been the late what Nature already itarted

Nat "King" Cole, Lou Rawls, -'e'i fiKPHNRSouseap
and Nancy Wilson. Vocalist
Brenda Holloway will also receive -

a and special Dave commendationSam were selected (OPPQwM.MM..YM Starting July 1st "

to receive the award ....

through a survey made by the IN BLOOD CAN YOU TAKE IT???
Los Angeles Sentinel among Ask any teller for details
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members of a
careers as

gospel singing group,and have LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK
now risen to the point where
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the "in groups of the Big Beat. right here lit the Edison financial Center

Sam and Dave aril currently 6013 N.W.7th AviHum Pia.... 75M431O'Neal

represented on the nation's
best-selling record charts FREE HANGING SKELETON TO 1st 200 CARS

with their SOX recording of COME EARLY
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I NAACP Staff fijtt Expanded; 2 New -Positions 5 Appointments


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him insurance Mexico and Oklahoma. where he has served on the the University of Minnesota.In .
New York Roy Wilkins, Contribution Fund also a appointed an ,
executive director of the Na- new position, Involving development consultant. Board of Directors of the Min-
tional Association for the Advancement of fund-raising Charles E. Mays, who has his new assignment he
of Colored People, programs and ways and meansof James Brown, Jr., was appointed been Can NAACP field direc- nesota Council for Civil and will be responsible for NAACP

this week announced the appointment expanding the potential for regional youth field director tor for the West Coast Re- Human Rights, and the May- Youth Council activities in

of four new mem- obtaining contributions forthe for the Southwest region > or's Committee on Human Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Min-

bers to the staff and the reassignment special fund. Previously, he of the NAACP. Prior to glon, has been re-assigned as
of another em- was a branch manager for the accepting this post, he had youth field director for the Rights, before Joining the nesota, Missouri, Montana,
ployee. Two of the positionsare American Home Products served as manager of the insurance Central Western area. He will NAACP staff. He received his Nebraska, North and South Dakota -

new In the NAACP Corp. with responsibility for department and gen- operate out of Minneapolis B. A.Degree in Sociology from and Wyoming.
sales of$19 million In the Unit- eral office manager of Q. V.

Mrs. Portia Waldon has ed States and Canada. He has Williamson and Co., Inc., in
been named director of pupil also handled advertising and Atlanta. It is the largest Ne-

.Incentive programs, a new promotions in 12 states for a gro-owned and operated real
position In the Association designed major brewer.Mr. estate firm in the Southeast.Mr. t1'
to develop programs to

assist students with academic Tarter was educated at Brown was one of the
problems. Previously, she Saint John's University In organizers and leaders of the ,

was an active volunteer worker Brooklyn, and Is a member of sit-in movement In Savannah, .'
In local educational com- the American Marketing Association his hometown. While he was a ( ':. _
action programs and student at Savannah State College .
munity '
and the AdvertisingClub ';:: ':': :;:
project director of the Boys of New York.Daniel where he received his B.
High School youth development S. in Social Science and Edu- .."' -, ..... .

program here.A t cation, he and Bobby Hill led
Mosely has been appointed a successful nine-day boycottat
graduate of West Virginia a life membership the college for better edu-

State College, Institute, W. sistant. His professional experience cational facilities and train-
Va., she has done graduate includes work as ing.

study at New York City Col- manager of marketing,advertising
lege. sales promotion, and He will have his NAACP ; .,

public relations for Rasanny headquarters in Dallas, Texas __ _
James H. Tarter has been Bros., Inc., In Monrovia,Lib- and be responsible for iM
appointed director of promo- eria. The New York State youth activities in that state, i',1.

tion for the NAACP Special Commissioner of Insurance Arkansas, Louisana, New ,saM c

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Open Building Jobs ForJourneymen .


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assault on discriminatory hir- natory hiring practices were effort in anticipation of break- ::7I t l

ing practices in the construc- permitted by the contractors. ing the vicious cycle which jjr \
tion industry, the National As- The building was to be financed keeps Negro citizens in pov- t'
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sociation for the Advancementof by the state andfederal erty." -11'

Colored People has called funds. t The civil rights organization ..."
its than maintains that previous
upon more 1,500 "
Judge Kinneary also ruled ..t.
branches throughout the coun- efforts to have building trades #
have
that Negroes equal Job
try to initiate programs that opportunities on all public unions take qualified Negro
could halt an estimated $76.5 works contracts. workmen into their ranks have
billion in federal and state failed
Although the ruling appliesto
construction in the next fiscal Mr. Wilkins also announcedthat
Ohio, Mr. Wilkins said, "It
year, unless Job opportunitiesare is a precedent for every state the NAACP's legal staff,
provided Negro Journeymen and for the Federal Govern- headed by Robert L. Carter,
and and the labor
apprentices. ment in all of its building pro- organization's
department, headed by Her-
"Because of the dismal failure grams,"
bert Hill, will work closely .3 ,
to enforce anti-discrimi The NA'ACP called upon Its k F ,1si
with the branches
nation laws, executive orders branches to"take advantage of seeing
that the program Is implemented The Economic Opportunity Program's South
and regulations, Negroes have the opportunities for expanded Miami Neighborhood Center has
been receiving only the employment opened up by this He said additional launched a campaign to improve the living standards in the South Miami poverty area.
would be hired to
crumbs of expenditures for decision." Included in their lawyers The Home Management director, Miss Hennetta Johnson, says that a home improvement -
public construction," NAACP activities will be "negotia- handle legal work in connec- program is now underway. A "model" apartment building has been selected -
tion with the
Executive Director Roy Wil- tions, where possible, and program. for this project.
kins told a news conferencehere demonstrations and legal action "The employment possibi- Mrs. Salome Wallace'/ home management aide, is supervising the improvements.

June 27th, in announcing where necessary, Mr. lities across stemming the from country such action are- Aides working with Mrs.Vallace are Mrs. Bernice Phillips/ Mrs. Harriet Gaines and
plans to seek Implementationof Wilkins said. Miss Miriam Sumpter.
immense Wilkins said.
Mr.
a "landmark decision' won Asked by a reporter if the "We don't need any more stu- ooLft'ar dedicated group is determined' to improve the/ entire building. Some of their
by the NAACP in a federal dis- I : to improve play/ areas for the children
NAACP Job program Includedthe dies on this. We know Negroesare ; motivate tenants to
trict court in Ohio.In apartments clean both inside and relation
out; help families .
attempted halting of the unemployed; we need develop a better family
the decision won by the Federal State construction jobs. their ship by doing things together; teach housewives, better buying habits; teach children
responsibility In and
NAACP.in Columbus, Federal unless Negroes were taken Mr. Wilkins'said telegramshad around the apartment.
The South Miami
Judge Joseph P. Kinneary ruled into building trades unions, been sent to more than 40 Neighborhood Center is under the direction of Mr. James Bow

May 27, that the State of Mr. Wilkins retorted "This governors and to Secretary of man.

Ohio could not enter into con- (union discrimination) in.- Labor Willard Wirtz, urginga Top photo: Their playhouse is a junk car an aI/-out/ eFFort 'Is being made to
tracts with four contractorsfor quity must be stopped even if cut-off in state and federal remove abandoned cars From the premises. ,

construction of a $12.8. torium on all public construction funds where qualified Negroesare Bottom photo: Tenantsneed better laundry facilities the
million building at Ohio State The NAACP is pre- refused employment. Aides hope to be 01 Some help here, too. Home Management



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Americans Who Can't Speak Their Own Language J

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ehool-children have not learned to read effectively.
mentary
Inability to Speak StandardEnglish" them? "You can't talk that way.Your speech is incorrect, unacceptable -
The basic reason is poverty? Many of these children, almostall
unintelligible; It's plain bad. Now you cut It out.
raised in bookless homes.A .
have been
Causes The kids, completely puzzled, say. 'The hell I will. Everybodyat Negro,
Negroes to home talks this way. There's nothin' wrong with it.: group of civic minded women Kathryn Lumley, super-
vising director of the District's reading clinic; Margaret Mc-
"The school's language program consists of downgradingthe
Miss Out On Good Jobs Negro student's present dialect and correcting him each Namara, wife of the Defense Secretary; Elenor Smollar, wife
of a prominent Washington, D. C. attorney- in conjunctionwith
time he deviates from standard English.The result Is that the
Number one on the wanted list of young Negroes today is a kids are graduated from the 12th grade still speaking their own others decided last year that every schoolchild in Wash-
good job. These good Jobs are usually found in the white indus- dialect, because it's been constantly reinforced at home.They ington should have at least five books of his own, books with
trial complex where the prevailing standards of English spoken don't learn standard English because they don't come In con- which he could do anything he wanted. Exposed books of their
is far cry from the inventive dialect of the average Negro. tact with It In the ghetto. They don't need It there, and they own choosing, such children, they felt, would improve their
We do not propose that the Negro forget all-about the richnessof don't buy It." own reading, help turn illiterate homes into at least semi-il
his verbal expression.But as we break down the barriers In literate ones.
housing, employment, education, recreation, community ser- ITS OWN RULES Last November these women, helped by many, launched their
vice, etc., our advice is that we change our style of speech to Johnson suggests that language teachers must look Reading-Is-Fundamental Project, to date have distributed
accomodate to that of the majority.It is a poor bet to think that Negro dialect as systematic-not sloppy speech but a language schools and their bookmobile more than 100,000 books, rais-
the best of the white, middle-class culture would want to adoptour system which has its own consistent rules."I ing the money for their project from private foundations and
dialect. think the school," he says "has to teach the Negro stan- individuals. It is by far one of the most welcome and successful -
j Lloyd Shearer, writing in Parade magazine June 11, gaveus dard English as an alternate dialect to be used in appropriate programs in the District Columbia.Since it is privately
this excellent enlightening article. Read, mark and learn. situations. For example, when he gets out of school and goes funded, its continued success will depend on charity rather
out on a job interview, he calls upon his standard English. than government appropriations.
To survive_successfully in the U.S. today the average urban When he's home, he uses the Negro dialect. As it is now, the Fortunately this is not true of speech improvement programsnow
Negro lives in two worlds-the world of the black ghetto in school tries to destroy the dominant Negro dialect In favor of underway in various cities of the nation.Under the termsof
which he usually resides and the world of the white industrial standard English.And In millions of cases, it's losing out. Both the Elementary Secondary School Act,teaching materialfor
complex in which he usually labors. dialects have to be accepted." developing linguistic skills is being paid for bythe federal
Each 6f these cultures has its own language,and if the Negro Dr. Hurst is even emphatic than Kenneth Johnson. government.
wishes to work in the white world-for the most part he has "The current system of teaching English has got to be thrownout Many educators believe that only Negroes with a knowledgeof
little alternative-he must "standard English" whichis ," he says flatly, "and thrown out now.The Negro students the Negro dialect, only Spanish-speaking teachers,only Indians -
a far cry from his own colorful, inventive, mellifluous dia- have lost faith in it,and I also think many of tie teachers have. with a knowledge of Indian dialects are qualified today to
It's the older teachers,however,and the department heads, set teach language skills effectively to those millions English-
lect.Recently 161 Negro girls were graduated from vocational in their old ways, who refuse to budge. It shakes up some of speaking Americans who, despite years of schooling, still
high school In Washington, D.C. They had acquired acceptable the basic tenets which have It u Ide d their instructional philosophy speak substandard English.
skills in typing, filing, other clerical work. Of this number, all these years. Whether this be true or not, the fact is that the nation badly
only two were found to be employable by civil service, the tele- "They have simply got to stop dealing In rights and wrongs," needs an overall program"bridging the cultures"for1 help-
phone company, retail outlets, etc. Dr. Hurst asserts. They've got to accept the dialect the stu- Ing those who through no fault of their own, suffer the handicap -
Why Simply? because of their unique speech pattern. In dent brings with him and respect it because it represents his of dialect.
some cases the pattern was not only difficult for whites to follow own culture. They've got to learn as much about it as possibleand
but in others, it aroused in the minds of potential em- then encourage their students to develop a linguistic flexibility -
ployers, negative images of sterotyped Negroes.In a skill In standard English without requiring him to drop
general, personnel managers will not hire Negroes who the nonstandard English that is typical of his family, friends
do not speak white or standard English. and personal environment."
They will'not hire a bank clerk who says, "De cat ha jus Dr. Hurst points out that it is not only the Negro in Americawho
split" (The man has just gone) salesgirl who says, suffers from substandard English but also the Indians and
"Where de cahbo bah" or any applicant who cannot pro- citizens ofSpantsh-speaking origins(Puerto Rico and Mexico),
nounce the letter "r" and refers to "Mr. Carroll" as "Mist who reside In New York City and five Southwestern states, and
Ca'ol" or pronounces "ask" as"ast" or"desks" as "dess"or those from poverty pockets, such as the residents, of Ap-
never in his speech employs the verb to have-"He done palachia, who speak an English frequently incomprehensibleto
gone to de stoh" or drops clusters of consonants, and In the average American. In number they may total as manyas
conversation commits all the linguistic errors typical of the 20 million.
ghetto-reared Negro. Teachers who are assigned instruct these language-im-
The fact that so many Negroes, even those who are relatively poverished pupils usually come Loin the middle class and
educated, slurtheirspeech and do not speak standard English again, according to Hurst, "know little or nothing about the
is not their fault. It is the fault of racial isolation and the language patterns that may lower-class students assume DON'T WAIT UNTIL JUNE TO HAVE
ineptness of educational system which is only now becomingaware everyone should understand. Under these conditions it is ele- GRADUATION PICTURES MADE
of the problem and trying to do something about it. mentary that a teacher unfamiliar with the communication
In the 89th session of Congress, spurred on by Dean Charles, styles andlanguage systems of the pupils cannot be expectedto COME IN TODAY! -

Hurst, Jr. of Howard University, Rep. Phillip Burton of San achieve much success; neither can the student be expectedto CAPS AND GOWNS FURNISHED
Francisco introduced amendments to the Manpower Develop- find learning a pleasurable experience."
ment and Training Act authorizing the Labor Department to For example, in California Negroes refer to food as ".crust.In ." TASSELS OF ALL SCHOOL COLORS
train workers in "communications skills", a diplomatic way Connecticut they call it "manger." In Washington, D. C.,
of saying. Let's teach Negroes, Mexicans and others who needit it Is "grit." In Pennsylvania it's "grub." Because they are
how to speak standard English." linguistically creative, Negroes will frequently take a noun and
give it a verb form,so that,as Dr. Hurst explains in his analy- JOHNSONOF
WIDESPREAD NEED sis of Howard University speech, the teacher hears such sen-

Dr. Hurst, chairman of Howard's speech department, de- tences as,"Let's git up." ..."It's gritting time." "Let's
clares the need for standard English is widespread in Negro grit." "Got to grit some." MIAMI
centers throughout the U. S. "Here at Howard," he says, Middle-class teachers who do not under stand the vocabulary,
"we're teaching standard English to more than 800 undergraduates the semantic concepts of their pupils, are not communicating.They .
Just imagine how great the need is among the high are merely lecturing on and In their own terms, most of 1186 NW 38th St. 635-4748
school dropouts and the uneducated. the time, 'as developments have shown, wastefully.
"The major Negro pronunciation defect," he explains, "is There Is a tremendous difference between"white" and"Ne-
the dropping of endings: 'I doan know' instead of '1 don't know.' gro" English, and Hurst has proven this conclusively by taking
The complete omission of middle syllables'deterate' instead 90 word concepts, signifying food, shelter, etc., and presenting -
'deteriorate' is another fault. A third is the running together them to 72 white freshmen at Georgetown University and
of verbs; 'He done gone to his class'; the inability to pro- 72 Negro freshmen at Howard University for definition. He MEDICAL COST UP
nounce the 'th' sound: Mouth' becomes 'mouf.' Then of found the definitions similar in only 24.4 percent of the items.
course, there's the dropping of the 's' in the possessive or the Take the word, "taste." The Georgetown frosh defined It as
plural, the lack of syntax knowledge aid: in the phonologicalarea a "preference," the Howard frosh as"alcoholic drink." At According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics,
the complete omission of certain sounds, so that the con- Georgetown "joined" means "together," at Howard it means
Medical Cost is 5% this 1966
versation becomes almost totally incomprehensible to some- "to be wellformed physically." To the Georgetown testees, up year over ,
one who is not familiar with or alerted to it." "fat" means "obese." At Howard the frosh defined a "phat" continuing a 20-year rise.
Dr. Hurst points out the immense irony of having young Ne- person as "very shapely." * *
groes sacrificing and struggling through elementary and high To get a nose job at Georgetown means plastic surgery,* The American Hospital Association esti-
school, meeting all the requirements of the system, only to of at Howard if a girl has been given"a nose job," she has fallenin mates that hospital cost will rise 15% per
following graduation because love.
find themselves unemployable
a deficiency in English. Dr. Hurst, creator of"Higher Horizons," a program in year through 1970. The 1966 average one-
'I have been knocking myself out/'he says"flying all over speech communications, has recently finished a soon-to-be- day cost per bed patient' was $49.00; may go
the country, Berkeley, Philadelphia, Chicago, crying'out that published dictionary of nonstandard terms and their translations to $58.00; in 1967; $67.00 in 1968; $77.00 in
something has to be done, that a new approach has to be taken 1969 and $88.50 in 1970.
in teaching these people how to communicate verbally or the How many of the following would you know? ..
Negro unemployment situation In this country is going to get Ace boon coon good friend; hunky, gray, Mr. Charlie * *
white person; copping some Z's to get some sleep; dudleydo
Instead of better.
worse Are and family adequately covered?
right policeman finger popping enjoying; gabagonious- you your
It Is just a question of a few years before most of the ele- ;
mentary and subsequently the high schools In large areas of talkative; give me five(some skin) shake hands; got my wig See a representative of

New York City, Cleveland, Chicago, Washington, Baltimore, Jammed got a haircut; joints- marijuana c aretts; keep get- CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANYHe
Oakland Los Angeles, Detroit, Philadelphia, Kansas City and ting up leave; laid out well-dressed; lonely looking ugly
other metropolitan, centers which Negroes are migrating become girl; main squeeze best girl; up tight ? will assist you in overcoming this high
virtually all blackIf Kenneth Johnson, who Is trying to put together for Los Medical Cost. Do this today. Accidents do
the graduates of these schools are to obtain jobs, linguistic Angeles schools a type of linguistic training program not un- not wait.
experts like Dr. Hurst. Bud Edwards, Ken Johnson, and like the program of tapes originated by Dr. Hurst, is convinced -
others grappling with the problem contend that new ways of that unless the young teacher assigned to a predominantlyNegro Central Life Insurance
teaching standard English must be established Immediately, dialect, she is wasting her time and the time of her students -

"because the current method most predominantly Negro .
schools," says Kenneth Johnson of Los Angeles, "isn't wortha "What we need," he claims, "are more and better training Company of Florida
programs for teachers whose pupils have limited or deviant
damn.
I "The Negro," Johnson declares, "must learn two dialects language skills. That's"what we're introducing into the Los 1416 Nortrf'BoulevardTampa I
Let's take a of Angeles school system.
because he's an environmental schizoid. group
young Negroes living In the black belt of Chicago, which is Countless research studies haveshown that lower-class, Florida 33607
ghetto-reared children deprived of certain basic experiences, .
where I come from. They have a language which is for them
operable. They can communicate among themselves with ease. isolated from the dominant culture of the society into which DISTRICT OFFICES STATEWIDETHE
Everybody knows the language, friends, family, preacher, they were born, not only develop deviant language patterns but
also substandard skills in reading and writing.In .
storekeeper."All .
right, they go off to school. What does the school tell Washington, D. C., at least 20 percent of the public ele-

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14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 7, 1967 _

Women's Council To LEISURE TIMEPROGRAMS
Baptist


I I CARDS MEMORIALSDEATHS I Meet Friday At Mt. OlivetteAll AT DORSEY

Dorsey: Junior High School
members of the Baptist for Just one day will be dis- announces their offering in the

Women's Council are urged to cussed. The president states leisure time program for this

I IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe RANGE meet Friday, July 7, 8 p.m. at that she is fully aware that the summer.So .

Mt. Olivette Baptist Church, missionary women in the Baptist hurry boys and girls!

loving memory of family'of the late Johnny L. Riley of 449 N.W. Rev. I. C. Mick1ns,pastor.The Church have fallen down on Dorsey has a library pro-

8th St., Apt. 26,.died Thurs meeting will be held in the reception the commission given b y the gram, reading program, rec-

DEACON ALVIN HARRIS day, June 29. He is survivedby room of the church.A. master to "Go ye into all the reation program and home

his widow, Estella; a step- report from the recent confer- world." She also states that economics program.

who ,departed this life June 20, sonRobert Lee Church. Fun- ence held In LakeWales will be they have lost slag of this great: Come out and register now!

0 Yy 1967, wish to express oUI eral services were conductedon given by Mrs. Callle Foster, promises, "Lo, I am with you Read your favorite book, playa

$ a thanks to the Gamble Memo- Wednesday, July 5th at 4:30 Mrs. I. C, Mickins, Dr. L G. always." game, make' a dress, im-

r rial Church of God in Christ: p.m. in the chapel. Pratt,* and Mrs Rosalie Plans for the installation of prove your reading skills; or,

Elderr J. C. Jackson, pastor. Sharpe: Mrs. Prlscilla Wilkinson officers which could probablytake If you Just want to"toot" your

The No. Two Church of God In Mrs. Willie Mae Saundersof will give the summaryof place on the third Sunday horn we also have an Instrumental -

n'y Christ. Elder 0. L. Croom, 1617 N. W. 84th Street,died the report. morning i n July, will be made music program.

castor. The New ProvidenceM.B. Friday, June 30. She is sur- Plans to raise funds to send when all members will attendin The program expires July

Church, Rev. Burney, vived by four sons, Richardo, the Gospel around the world a group. 28.
pastor The Richardson Fun-
Otto, Clifford and Thomas;
rf eral Home. The 152nd Street

Friends and all of our friends, Southern Teachers
three
for kind daughters, Dorothy On To The

..--......... your expressions Holmes, Willie Mae Sanders
shown in flowers, cards, telegrams -

MRS. LILLIE MAE EDDY visits, prayers and and grandchildren.Alma Sawyer Funeral; twelve ser National BaptisjConvention 1 foiling in Line With

SIDNEY words of consolation in our vices was conducted on thurs-

who departed this life July 5, hour of Sorrow. day, July 6th, at 11:00: a.m. in

1963. May God forever keep and the Chapel. NEA Merger Orderance

Four years have passed, it bless'you. Reservations have been

only seems like yesterday,but made early and all seats have

your memory will always linger Mrs. Annie Harris, wife Austin Dorsett of 1560 N.W. been sold, and no more reser- Minneapolis, Min.-Barriers committee to insure that

In our hearts. and family 69th Terrace died Saturday, vations will be accepted until against intergrated education these six states and dual af-

May your soul rest Inpeacelet July 1st. He is survived by two after. July 7, when it might be are breaking down at a files in Florida South Caro-

perpetual light shine upon sons, Theodore and Valentine; pass i b Ie to engage anotherbus. rapid pace and Southern states lina, Tennessee, Texas and

you. CARD a daughter, Virginia;a bro- If the required number of are in the process of merging Virginia carry out their plans,
OF THANKSWe ther Arthur two
; ; daughtersIn their teacher associations the Dr. Applegate said.
L. and seats for the second bus can ,
Harry Sidney family -law four
; sisters-in-law. be sold, the first bus has been president of the National Edu- Dr. Applegate said, that
the of Vera Funeral services will be
family Mae con-
sold out without the reserva- cation Association said Sun- while all had notbeen"sweet-
Murkley, offer our sincere appreciation ducted on Saturday, July 8th
tions that usually come from day. ness and light" during mer-
IN MEMORIAMIn to the pastor,officers at 11:30 a.m. in the African
the Bahamas.For ger discussions in the south,
memory of my loving sis- members and friends of Orthodox Church. further Information, At a news conference on the a great deal of progress had
Greater Israel Bethel Primi-
ter those who are interested in opening day of the 1967 NEA been made during the past
tive Baptist Church the Fran-
; the convention convention the President Dr. year.
cis Mortuary directors, and William Gibson of 1761 N.W. attending may ,
the friends who have 63 Street died recently. He is contact Mrs. Mary Frances Irvamae Applegate announcedthat "Relationships at this pointIn
many White Dr. I. G. Pratt, secre- the NEA executive com- .
given the family their words of survived by three sisters, no way compare with meet-
consolation, their acts of kind- Emily Thompson, Albertha tary; Miss Marie White, mittee had decided, unani- ings a year ago," she said,
and chairman of Transportation. mously, that dual affiliates in adding that representatives
ness in so many ways that have Moxey Sarah r'orbes;
helped to alleviate the pains of three brothers Alfred six southern states were com- from Negro and White NEA af-
plying with a resolution adopted filiates had learned to meet
sorrow our bereavement of the Symonette, John Johnson and ,
death of our dearly beloved one Oscar Gibson; a daughter, TEMPLEThe by the NEA representative disagree, grit their teeth and
Alice Plnkman. assembly in Miami, In 1966. come back for another meet-
Funeral
It is our prayers that Godwin ser- Liberty Savings Club,
ever bless and smile, on vices will be conducted on Sa- L. Kemp president, will cele- The resolution asked affili- ing the following week.

you all. turday, July 8, at 9:00 a.m. in brate its anniversary,Sunday, ates in Arkansas, Alabama, Dr. Applegate added that the

the church of the Incarnation.. at 3:00 p.m. at Temple witha Georgia, Lou I sa n a, North NEA board of directors had

In all sincerity, the familyIN He will He in repose at home, spicy program.:The Temple- ,Carolina. and Mississippi to voted Sunday morning to set upa

beginning Saturday morning at ites will sing for the occasion. draw up merger plans and sub- special task force on human p
mit them to the NEA for
ap- rights.An .
i 7:00 a.m. until :funeral time. Messengers are preparingto
.
.. I MEMORIAMIn attend the 36th annual ses- proval. estimated 7,000 dele-

MRS. RUTH MERRITT sion of the Sunday School and The executive committee gates are attending the six-day

Training Union Congress of will set up a special compll- convention.
loving memory of Robert N. Brown of 2370 N. which
who passed July 6, 1966. Her Atlantic Association
W. 86th Street the Infant
life is a beautiful memory,her son meets at Ebenezer Baptist1Church :
JOSEPH EVANS of Mr and Mrs. Robert Brown PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE
absence a silent grief. Sleep- West Palm Beach, WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTY
Ing in God's perfect peace. Sr., died recently. Besides his Rev. J. A. King pastor. EO G .
t MADE
CUSTOM
who departed this life July 8, parents, he is survived by his Deacon George E. Hepburn, c
1963. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. D. PLASTIC FURNITURE
Minnie Brown, devoted sister who suffered a fractured knee
Brown and Mr. and Mrs. H. SLIP COVERSCRYSTAL
and in accident few weeks
family Gone, but nd forgotten Your an ago,
Jones; Mrs. Annie Porter; two is convalescing at home after CHAR
memory still lingers with us. sisters and Hun ttAUftl r .
Sonya Paula.
,
almost a month's confinementat C LONG LASTING
We love ,but Jesus loves
you you Graveside (till MSISTANT
CARD OF THANKSThe best. services were con Jackson Memorial Hospital.He FUUVAUARANTIIO
ducted on Friday, June 30th '
The was able to attend morn- woaar tta,
family of the late familyRICHARDSON at 10:00: a.m. in the Lincoln ing services on Sunday, to the t IIWMWOKKIUII.- ,-,._ U ha (IlNM
IHir AND
Memorial Cemetery. Joy of the Temple family. "" tllUllUtimmuit
G ( n. ISTI..ATlS
The men have but four more Sippi"ION''n SPECIALIZING
weeks to push and for GAIL
pull
e tiN mm{ IN PLASTIC DAY
FRANCIS Men's Day. They are determined EXCLUSIVELY SLIP COVERS: NIGHT

to make this the biggestand
Eddie Gray residing at 249 .'HONI
best Chairman Deacon House of Gretchen
ever. 114-5082
N. W. 16th Terr died thurs-
Randolph Carter of 2325 N. and
George E. Hepburn
,
day,June 29th in Pompano Bch. W. 84th Street died June 29, co-chairman Deacon A. J. Formerly Gretchen-NichoUi Plastic Cover

lie Is survived by a wife, at the Veterans Hospital. Fun- Hanna are
asking every man
Laura; two daughters, Mes- eral services were held Wed-
to stand and
up pull as never
dames Isabelle Bloomstead, nesday July 5th 2:00 In
: p.m. before. The women have
Pegg Tilman; six sisters Mrs. the Chapel. Suvivors include
pledged to do the
pushing.
Madaline Anderson, Mrs. his wife, Ethel; one son Randolph RAHMINGS FUNERAL HOME

Cora Smith, Mrs. Laura Til- Jr.; six sisters; two

man, Mrs. Nancy Murry, brothers.Mrs. .
Mrs. Rosa Lee Lukes; four Formerly M. S. Allen Funerol HomeA

brothers Robert McKinley, BOAT RIDE
Clarence, James and Jessie
; Vera Mae Murkley of
a grand-daughter, Tracy Til- Sponsored by the sympathetic and understanding service to
1720 1st died
N. W. Place apt 7
LIVINGSTON (PETE) ROLLE
man. Funeral services will beheld everyone
June 27th. Funeral services Church of the
Wednesday July 5 at 2
Transfiguration'FRIDAY
wish to express their sincere p.m. in the Chapel. were held Thursday, July 6th

thanks ,and appreciation for the 2:30 p.m. at Greater IsrealP. OWNERS
kindness extented them B. Church. Survivors include JULY 1

through cards, telegrams, her husband, William; one Boat leaves Pier 5 at 8 pn William L. Carey, President
Andrew
Robinson of 344
florals and other acts of kind- N. brother Ellis Smith;three sisters Matthew H. Rahming, L.F..D., Vice Pres.
W. 16 Terr. DIED $2-00
ness by friends and Sunday, July Mrs. Ethel Scott, Mrs. Children
neighbors
0 Harry L. Rolle Treasurer
$1.
during their hours of bereavement 2, In Christian Hospital. He is Wattle WbUlield and Mrs. ,

survived by a wife, Flossie; Amanda Shipp. Helen Harris, Business Associate .
two daughters Mrs.
Dorothy
Special thanks to the Range
Butler and Mrs. Clara
Funeral Home and the Rev. E. STAFF
Williams of New Bethel Williams; two sons;Frank and ," '" _
Bap Andrew; Jr.;..a sister-la-law "" .. ._.. Mrs. Helen Perkins
.
tist Church,MayGodblessyotr\ Secretary-.
-
{:;:)s. Josephine Jackson; two' .
all. Harold
PARK Perkins
:x.;; brothers LINCOLN MEMORIAL
Wiley and Emanuel;
+ r '
12 grandchildren an one great Sherman Carey
Mrs. Evelyn Rolle and family
rand; one nephew, Cornelius 3001 NW 46th STREET NE ...,91 Charlie Jordan
.' Robinson. Funeral services

will be conducted Saturday, 1144 NW 3rd AVENUE PHONE: 311-8343
GIRL SCOUT CAMP BEGINS E. JOHNSON, MANAGER, 0X-1.9199
July 8, at 2:30 p.m. in St.John'
JULY 10. FILL OUT YOUR Baptist Church with Rev. T. DAY OR NIGHT

CARD AND MAIL TODAY Johnson officiating. Jul28




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MT. ZION AME INSTALLATION DAY AT MT.. SINAI ST. PAUL AME

I I Rev. Milton Fayson, pastor Rev. James A.Grisby,pastor

Correction; Mark A. Youngo The officers and members visiting friends present, in Debbie Langston, reporterThe
honor of Rev. Albury and his
was the second place winner worshipped throughout the day

in our Baby contest, Sun- Sunday June 25 in recognitionof family. Baby Contest was

,lay June 30th, and raised the installation services of At 3:00 Rev. and Mrs. Al quite a success with baby Ber-

their pastor the Rev.Cleo AlI bury were ushered into the nard Andrew son of
I $111.14, is the son of Brother Grisby, .
and Sister Willie Young. Bro-I bury, Jr. main auditorium and took Rev. and Mrs J. A. Grisby
decorated chairs to acknowledge BETHEL AME
ther Young is one of the local I winning first prize having

NEW HOPE preachers at Mt. Zion and the t a very soul stirring installation 14920. The total raised was Mrs. Marion Muldrow and

president o f No. one choir. service. The ser- $305.00 for the Missionary So
Rev W. E. Sims, pastor vice was highlighted by the dynamic Buster McFadden, are co-
Mary L. Mayfield, reporterOur We have closed our Vaca- installation sermon of ciety. chairmen of the July Birth
tion Bible The pastor called all women
School with Dr.J.A.
the Rev. W. F. Tanner Sr. of Month Club: Mrs. Maggie
,
of the church and organized
Roberts the P.E. of the North together
pastor would like to Williams is chairman of the
St.
Mary M. B. Church.
Miami district of the A.M.E. for womans day. The
thank all of the members and Other warm Informative August group; Mrs.M.Cooperis
church giving the over all re ladies selected Mrs. Ernes
friends who out to December
came help were delivered by chairman of the
messages tine as chairman and
view. Mrs. Maybelle Blakelyand Grisby,
. make his 4th anniversary month Wilbur Ellison, andW.C. .
Rev. P. W. Williams. Rev. W. ;
I Mrs. Jessie Newton Youth have pledged to make this the of
success. H. Washington was master of Cogdel are co-chairmen i
best in the
director and assistant womans day historyof
pre
The Sunday School BTU ceremonies. A special thanksto the men's division ofthe Joint
St. Paul. After the sermon
sented the certificates and
Convention will convene at the visiting ministers and men and women's day observance
awards. Two instruc- Sunday Sisters Finley, Allen,
young
Church of f
New Hope Baptist friends for their participation. ; Mrs. Margaret M.
tors Miss Regenia Miller and Thornton and Hildalavlspre-
Ft. Lauderdale, Wednesday, Everyone is invited to the' Carey and Mrs. Ella Jones are
sented the with
Mr. Robert received pastor $65.00
.4> July 5, through Sunday,July 9. Young Vacation Bible School com- co-chairmen of the women'sdivision
certificates of appreciation to purchase a white pulpit
Rev. Phillips is the pastor.
mencement exercises Fridiy, Mrs. Carey and Mrs.
and gifts, Mrs.Roberta Moore robe.
Our delegates areCorelia July 7th at 8:00 Marie Price are cochairmenof
token of love for p.m.
was given a Four young persons were
Vickers and Sandra Davis. the and Means of theS.
Sunday July 9 is Youth Ways
Day
her untiring efforts to keep us elected as delegates to the
Monday, July 10, through cheerful and refreshed. Everyone is invited to attend. School A. Cousin for Bishop Club
fourth-comig Sunday ,
Friday, July 14, we will have Our annual picnic will be A fellowship dinnerwas Special prayers for the sick ACE League and Missionary with Mrs. Cherrye A. Millis-

pur prayer meeting which Wednesday 5th in the am if the served with a large number of an shut.ins. Convention which will be held Boyer and Miss M. Barlow cochairman -
leads to Revival which will
up of special affairs
weather permits.Rev. N. Fay- July 26-28 in Lake wales. ;
be held July 17, through July
Mrs. Luella Flowers, chaplainand
is be becommended in
son GREATER NEWMACEDONIA The pastor is sponsoring a
follow 28. Baptismal 30.services will seeing to it that the Job is well GREATER ST. LUKE Million Dollar Rainbow Wedding Rev. J. E. S. Ray, public
on July relations coordinator.
The Pastor's Aid Club will done. Rev. 0. Taylor, pastor in order to raise enough Sunday July 9 at 7:00
: p.m.
be selling dinners Saturday, Rev. Roscoe Jackson pastor Bernice Griffin, reporterThe money to carry at least ten Pulpit Aid Board No.2 will observe

July 8th. They are asking for S r. MARY'S Willie J. Beard, reporter delegates to the Tri-State in their anniversary dur-
cooperation.Let Installation services of Jacksonville in August and the
your us continue in for Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastorWe Beginning Friday night before Greater St. Luke P.B. Church Junior Ushers aresellingLU.lie ing the evening worship hourat
prayer
the third 7 at the church. Mrs.
and
Sunday concluding p.m.,
were happy to have ordained Dillies each Friday and Saturday -
our sick, shut-ins, and 1 bereaved very newly pastor Rev.
the third Frances Gause is president.
on Sunday afternoon ,
members. Our sick list our Sunday School Supt. Mr. 0. Taylor will begin July 10, to purchase Pew Bibles
Usher Board No.1 Usher Board No. 3 will meetat
include Bro. Robert Roberts, John Bullard, Sr.,back with us with Rev Ferguson on deliver- and hymnals for the church;
will
observe their fifth BethelAME Church Thursday
an
,
.Sis. Thc-lma Drown, and Bro. after being absent for awhile. ing the message along with the Mrs. Grisby is the director.
niversary. 13 at Mrs. F.
They 8p.m.
are inviting July ,
Ronnie Flnlt v Ways and Means will meet King Belalrs.
each and to out is
everyone come Washington president.
Sunday, July 9th, at 5:00 p.m. Tuesday July 11, the Rev.
and help them make this,their The Daughters of Alleq will)
The president Is asking all Torrance of Valley 'GroveM. ST. AGNES
fifth anniversary a tremen- meet at the home of Mrs. P
MT. CALVARY members to please be present.Our B. will be in charge of services
sympathy goes to Mrs. dous success. Deacon W. L. Rev. Lambert L. Sands, rector Gibson, 3027 N.W. 56th Street

Rev. Samuel Atchison, pastor Hilda Dorsett and family in the Lightbournis president. Wednesday July 12,the Rev. Publicity CommitteeOur July 16, at 4 p.m. Mrs. T. H
Cynthia Johnson, reporter The Youth Department will Clark, is president.
death of her father-in-law Mr. Anderson of Christian summer schedule for
observe their fifth annual The Senior Pulpit Aid Board
Dorsett, a long time barber of Community Baptist will Holy Communion Mass and
Women's Day at Mt.Calvary ,
has its
youth day. They are planninga closed meetings until
\ on June 25, was a most successful this city. great day, The youth ailoqg officiate over the services.Thursday" sermon began on Sunday, July September 28. Mrs. MargaretM.
Stewardess Union will meet '
one. July 13, the Rev.C. 2, and will continue throughoutthe
with the directresses are Carey is president.The .
tat ,
the church on Sunday July H. Smith of Jordan
We would like to thank our again inviting each and Grove summer months.This ser-
of Miami
the
guest speakers, Mrs. Sallie 9th, at 3:00 p.m. to come out and enjoy everyone a''//M. B. Church will deliver the vice will be held at 8:00 a.m. District Laymen of the AME Church,

Canine, and Mrs. Lucille Sunday will be Infant Baptism message. during this period. The ser -
great day. South Florida
Si rams, for their splendid Joint choirs will sing. Brother Friday July 14, the Rev. A. vice schedule has in the past Conference, are
Johnny Nixon, chartering a bus to attend the
that to The Universal Mason Brotherhood McCrany of Mt. Aaron M.B. proven more convenient and
messages they brought is chairman of the Junior Dea- quarterly meeting at Lake
us women's Day, Mrs.Car- will hold its Grand Church will render the ser comfortable for the congregation

lines message brought us the Lodge Sessions at St. Mary's cons. vices and deliver the message. and visiting friends.Other Wales, July 30. Tickets are

blessing of one Joiner. sta rting on Sunday July 9,with The Installation services services will continue at its available from Buster Mc

Special thanks to our guest worship service at the church GREATER NEW BETHELRev. will conclude Sunday, July 16, regular time. Lemon Fadden,, 379-1441 377-4466; or Mrs.Andrew Ann

soloist Mrs. Louise Scott and ] : 'at 3:30 p.m. with the Rev. p. We are most pleased to have ;
ses-sions Smith is president.
Mrs. Ann Porter, our ushers, W. K. Smith, pastor D. Brantly and the officials of received the many high

Jordan Grove, and New Mount |the church until Satruday July the Primitive Baptist Association praises from our visiting

Morlah and also choirs 15. If anyone is interested int officially installing friends
our Choir No. 2 of Greater New concerning the high

Jordan Grove and White Rose. 'renting a room for sleeping Bethel will sponsor a Musical Rev. Owen Taylor as the pastor order of services presented in BAHA'IS OF MIAMIThe

The chairman Mrs. Emily only to this organization, program July 9th at 3:00 p.m. of Greater St. Luke P.B. our Holy, Order of worship '

Bernard and co-chairman please contact Miss Dorothy The public is Invited to attend Church.All congratulations; : Mr. and

Mrs. Mary Wright glees their Major at 759-4851 for further will weekly services will be Mrs. R. Ramos for 50 yearsof Baha'is OF Miami will

warmest appreciation and information.Let The Youth department held in the evenings beginningat blissful marriage.Mr. gather to commemorate the
celebrate its
thanks to everyone who left us continue to pray for third in anniversary 8:00 p.m. The public is cordially Robert L. McKinney martyrdom of the Bab (Gate),

their various homes and our sick and shut-ins. Sunday July. Let us invited to attend. Miss L. Shipman wed June 23, for-runner of Baha'u'llah,

churches to help us celebrateour Visitors are always welcome support our youth. 1967. founder of the Baha'i Faith, at

13th annual Women's Day at St. Mary's;the friendly Prayer services will begin Mr. Leroy Mack Mathis and a meeting to be held at noon

church. July 10 14. Followed by Re- JORDAN GROVE Miss Malvern V. Fisher wed on Sunday, July 9,at the JamesE.

vival services July 17-21. Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor June 25, 1967. Scott Community Center.

SHILOH The Rev. Booker T. Washing Eddie L. Gilbert, reporterOur Visitors are always welcome Miss Ida Solomon will speak.

ST. PAUL AME ton of Valdosta, Georgia will to worship with us. The martydom of the Bab

conduct the revival closely parallels the crucifixion
services. Men's
Day will
Rev. A. M. Griffin, pastorSis. program

C. M. Myles, reporter Rev. T. C. Kelley, Jr., pastor The doors of Greater New be held the Second Sunday in Tabriz of Christ. It occurred in
Perslz in 1850
and
Mrs. Mary Amos, reporter October. The men are asses VALLEY GROVE ,
Bethel
are always You
open. the
dramatic
sed $25, women $10 Juniors story of this
Sunday at 3:00p.m.the Pas ,
are invited to with
worship us. Rev. J. Torrence event has been
Friday night July 7 and $2.50. pastor documented by
tor's Aid Union wil convene ,
at Shiloh.The Rev.W. M. Davisof Sunday July 9, the third Quarterly Alice S. Irving, is reporter. Our Revival meeting will Sis. L. Wooten, reporter European historians. The public ,.

First Baptist Church of Conference will convene, begin July 10th with prayer is cordially invited to attend
** all boards and clubs are askedto Baptism will be held at Virginia and hear this remarkable
Brownsville will deliver the meeting thru the 14th. Preaching
message. please make their reports FIRST BAPTIST OFBROWNSVILLE will begin 17th the general : Key Beach,7:30 a.m.this story.

Thursday, July 6, the Rev. 100%. church is asked to be pre Sunday night after the morning. Tuesday :

Kelly will preach in behalf of The Sunday School Convention sent. We extend an invitationto second Sunday

the deaconesses. will convene at Ward's Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor all Dade County. in July, the pastor is ask GRACE UNITEDPRESBYTERIAN
ing the entire
Sunday morning the Juniors Chapel Hallandale,July 11-15. Donella Turner, jeporter membership to

will be in charge of service. Friday night is St. Paul's night Brother Tommy Parish Island accompany him to St. Luke P.

All Juniors are asked to be at the pastor is asking that all The pastor and members for eight weeks training.He B. Church, Rev. 0. Taylor, Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor

the church Saturday afternoonat choirs, ushers and as many would like to remind our visitors is asking for your prayerslet pastor.

5:00 p.m. for rehearsal. members. as possible to at and friend that our revival us pray for all our sick. On July 19, the Rev.Anderson Vacation bible school is now

Remember to visit andpray starts Monday night,July from the Community B.C. in progress, from Monday
will be the
thru
for the sick and shut-ins. tend.The North Miami District 3, and will continue thru July speaker. Fridayfrom5to7:00pm. I

Laymen will meet in Lake 14. The Revivalist will be Rev.R. ST. A JAMES AME On July 20, the Rev. Taylor On Sunday, July 16th, onthe

B. Smith of Albany Georgia. from St. Luke P.B.C. will be church lawn, the senior high
Wales the fifth in
Sunday, July We're hoping that will Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastor the speaker.On fellowship will present a fashion
you Join
to the third
BISCAYNE BLVD. quarterly meeting, in with us, these ten great Joseph R. Marshall, reporter July 21, Rev. Williams, show from 5-7 p.m. Re-
round
fare
trip $7.00. For tickets Christian
M.B.C. These pro freshments will be served.
LUTHERAN.Everyone nights. The different choirs of
see Mrs. Alice Jackson.
bus the church will render the song Mrs. Sarah Mobley and grams are in the behalf of our Donations, adults, $1.00 youth '/
(by )
is Invited to worship Our Little Miss. St. Paul service.To July-Ites are asking that every Men's Day. Everybody invit 50c. Proceeds will enableour 1
!\!! member pay your assessmentof youth to attend at the
at Blvd. Lutheran ed.Let camp }
Biscayne contest will all sick and shut-ins
convene July 27, our $2.00 to the building fund. us continue in prayer for end of July. .
Church at the 11:00 a.m. at 8:00 p.m. please vote for may you soon have a speedy This will help them in their the sick, shut-Ins, bereaved Congratulations to Miss
worship service for July 9th. the child of choice. recover so that each of you C.
your families
effort to reach their goal. and those in the Arm Chalmondeley and Mr. I
Pastor Polenz will" preach on Remember our sick and will be able to worship in ser Let us pray for the sick and ed Services. Carroll, who we remarried Hugh

"True ,Freedom.. . shut-ins. vice with us. manking everywhere. Visitors are always invited. recently.


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I [ lapfist To Aid In Building Chapel


Complex At Florida Memorial College

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A resolution by the Miami The resolution by the Miami vention, indicated his supportfor

Baptist Association of the Baptist Association repre- Florida Memorial College.

Southern Baptist Conventionwas sents seventy-five Baptist He said: "I took it upon my-
unanimously adopted this churches in Dade County witha self to create ministerial aid
week "to offer financial assistance church membership of over program for the young men
in seeking to build a. 60,000 and brings the total studying for the ministry.I led

Chapel complex in the amountof amount of pledges to the col- in getting women of our state, .
$250,000. for the Florida lege building fund to through their interest In all
Memorial College" 3,000,000. in nine months of kinds of missions to join with rd = ....

The resolution was endorsed a capital funds campaign.The the State Board of Missions,
by the officers of the association quarter of a million dol- and we have put Florida Mem
: Rev. Clint Oakley, lar resolution for the chapel orial College for a number of
president, Rev. Baxter includes all of the accouter- years in our special State Mis-

Phillips, chairman of the com ments: The Chapel;the Sanctuary sions Offering, thus giving ..hALLEN
mittee which drew up the resolution ; the Chapel gardens; those who wanted to have a partin y

Rev. James Cope- Clergy's offices; Counselingrooms this phase of our work the
land, Rev. James Monroe, etc.Supported. privilege of doing so. I trust
Rev. Charles Horton, vice- in past years by that we will continue to do so.
preddents, Rev. George W. funds from the Southern Bap- I would be most happy to see
Miller, secretary, Rev. Felix tist Convention and the Wo- the Miami Baptist Associationbuild .
Wagner, ex-officio, and Rev. men's Missionary Union,- the a chapel on the campus, I
Ray Dobbins, field secretary. resolution calls for greater of this school." "'- WJ --- ,

Florida Memorial Collegeis assistance upon the occasionof The support for the school Faithful Chapter No. 93, O.E.S. of North Miami Beach, Fla. will hold their

the 75 year old, predomi- FloridaMemorlalCollege's and the resolutions were for- Eight Anniversary Sunday, July 9th at Oak Grove Baptist Church, 1401 NE 152nd

nantly Negro liberal arts construction planned for August warded to Dr. Royal W. Pur- Terr., North Miami Beach, Fla. at 3 p.m. The public Is invited. Sis. Holmes, W.M.

school, which will commenceits 1967.A year, President of Florida and Rev. W. Henderson Is pastor. Top Row: Sis. Z. Rogers, Sis./ M. Smith, L. Hen-
building program in Miami statement by Dr. John Memorial College and Rev.E. derson, Ruth Gaines, W.P.s.. Ruby Hldgon. Bottom RoW: Sis. Etta Woodard A.M.,

this summer from St.In Augustine a relocationmove Maguire, Executive Secretaryfor .T. Graham, Chairman of the Sis. Ruby Castelow, Fin. Sec'y; Nancy Beasley, Treas.; Sis. A. Holmes, W. M.;
the Southern
Baptist Con- college Board of Trustees.
Mary McpacWen, Recording Secy.GETHSEMANE .
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ANTIOCHThe NEW PROVIDENCE HURST CHAPEL AME
BAPTIST CHAPEL AME

Deaconess Board under Rev. W. J. Allen, pastor
Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor
Gethsemane
of Mrs. Dora M.B. Church Mrs. Leola McCoy is now in
the leadership
Jean H. Townsend, reporterWe
Lundy is planning a musical Sister A. Edwards, reporterThe members are working like lit- Vietnam. His bride to be is Rev. Fred D. Wright, pastor

program at its Pew Rally to beheld Trustee Board will are grateful to everyonefor tle bees getting ready for their Mrs. Jannett B. Eubanks, 624 Fannie S. Gaddy, reporter
afternoon sponsor a musical program church anniversary. William Street, Clinton, North School at 9:30
on Sunday ,July their help in making our Sunday a.m.
9 at 3OOp.m.Highlightingtheprogram !I I Sunday night, July 9, in our Mrs. Leola McCoy had the Carolina. She Is a school teacher with the superindentent and
Women's Day a success. A
will be musical ren- .'evening worship. Don't miss special thanks to our speakers pleasure of enjoying some of In Clinton. She Is enjoy teachers in charge.
this wonderful program. her West Florida friends who ing herself much at the
ditions by the youth and adult Mrs T. C. Wright and very The re will be also Sunday
The Sunlight Pallbearers were attending the state NAA beaches.
school festival at 3 to 6p.m. *
,
singing groups. Charitable No.137 will Mrs. W. E.Sims for such won
Society CP on Miami Beach. Deacon
The observance of Youth day derful and to all the Juniors are sponsoring aprogram
hold it's regular meeting Friday messages, Smith Belcher, and Mrs. Eva The Women's Home Mission
will begin on Friday, July 14, various groups and
choirs and ushers We are
14 time 8 Society of Gethsemane
night, July p.m. Mlcklns, Mrs. Vicki Robinsonand Baptist
choirs the will
: throughout city
and terminate on Sunday, July business of happy to say our captlan did a Church Is still
importance. a Deacon from New Brook working on
and Mrs Della Sanford will
16. Morning evenig ser- appear
The Mothers Board will sell wonder Job financially. Mrs. lyn Baptist Church all from their $250 rally Mrs. Leola
vices will be conducted by serve as chairman.
Allen raised the
Thelma highest -
dinners at the churchSaturdayluly McCoy Is president and abets
Perry, Florida. Mr. and Mrs.
members of the youth depart- amount next Essie Evening worship at 7:30
Mrs.
.. 8, you may call 7580922for Jame'lobnsooaDIStwooftheir'cl111dren looking for the sister to turn
ment of which Mrs.Lillie Ross p.m. Everyone Is invitedtoworship
Washington and Mrs. Geneva out
delivery Price $1.00. and the Duncan fami- fairest numbers. The usthe church
is directress. with
Consecration hour of prayer Brown. Rev Cooks of Ft Lauderdalewill
The anniversary service of The pastor is asking all officers lies.Sergant with a welcome and a program
,Sunday> morning at 5:00 a.m. Samuel F. McCoy preach Wednesday night the .
for
the Senior Missionary people.
Society and members to be
pre July ,.
Visitors: welcome. OlthiU, S. Ma-rlflot, sonof
will be held the third Sunday
on sent Thursday night for con-
afternoon, July 16, at 9:00 Prayer meeting Tuesday ference. Let us visit our sick
night, 8:00 p.m.
p.m. The Rev.L.R.Ross,pas- Continue in for the and shut-ins. Mrs. Dolly Hall,
prayer
tor of Bethel Church of Rich Jackson Memorial; Mother ..
sick and shut-ins. \
mond Heights will deliver the Lawrence, Brother Levi Moss \ 'I <;I" .
; 'i ff f/ .
sermon. Mrs. Mattie. Cofield Sr., Mrs. Lizzie Roe,Brother t .' J ': (' '. ;', : ':" '' .ii; ',"tj'ti t;';"i.,:,:.... .
: :
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is the president. Tom Heild Brother Dye ": : : '
Coney ,t.. r\ ,
DRAKE MEMORIALRev. Sister Eva Bowles. We are lr< ./ 1466. NT' '62 Si: '
very happy to see Mother J.:
FRIENDSHIPRev. Janus W. Dunn, pastor Shackleford back to church. !' .\I'c',. "

J. E. Jenkins, pastor officers and Thought for to day: Before .: 696-5711
;
The pastor, Free ;
Carr reporter :. Delivery
Ruby Lee members of Drake Memorialwill we learn more about the Bible .
Sunday night at 8:00 p.m.the worship with the Rev..'let us practice the little we

Spiritual Harmonizers will be James Pickett, pastor of Zion know.

singing sponsored by Young Hill and his congregation on BUTTERBALL SPECIAL!
Matrons and Home Mission the Tuesday night July 11, at 8:30p.m
Presidents Sis. Essie Robin all members and friendsof ST. JOHN AME
son and Sister Lucy Rembert Drake Memorial please be

along with the members extend present at Zion Hill. Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor 2 LBS Brisket Stew"
to you a cordial invita Don't forget to help Deacon Catherine Willis, reporterThe
tion to come and hear them. Perkins and Green on the Rally '

Sunday at3:00 p.m. Rev. E. for July.They are having sale 3rd Quarterly Conference 2 LBS Pork Chops2HGrouNd ;:; '
R. Robinson pastor of Ebene- at the church on Saturday. < was held with the presid- .,
zer Baptist Church of Boca Brother William Hardee and ]log Elder F. A. Allen. Total

Raton and congregation will: the men are working onapro- ;mount raised was $6,470 for Beef ; '
be in charge of services ,for Ject for the church. All men |this quarter. There will be a :

our building fund sponsoredby please see brother Hardee to fish fry on July 8, at600p.m.
No. 1 Usher Board,Deacon find out what you are to do. i until sponsored by Usher
B. T.Smart is president,come Let us continue to pray and ]Boad No. 1,Sister L.Thomas .2LBS. Beef Liver
hear Rev. Robinson.We visi t the sick and shut-ins. ]president. At 6461 S. W. 59th
were very happy to haveso :Place.
many of our shut-ins withus Visitors are always welcome Congratulations to five Smoked
at Drake Memorial. this 2 BOBX Sausage
In service Sunday. young men who graduated
Come to church have your ,year.
faith lifted. Seven days from Our pastor will deliver the
church makes one weak. LIBERTY CITY I opening sermon of the Sunday 3-Neck Bones "

CHURCH OF CHRIST \:School Convention on July 20, .
j it 8:00 p.m. at Bethel AME, "

NEW MT. MORIAH F. L. Thompson, Minister T. S. Holmes, reporterBro. We have on our sick list Sis-
Sis. Evelyn, Souter,reporter 'ter's Edna Faison, and Hattie
Carl Taylor, of Chat- be sure to visit them .
Brown 3
Sw Franks 4
oz-
Usher Board No. 1 will begin tanooga, Tennessee will begin ;:and say a prayer with them. Eggs

their anniversary this Friday a gospel at the Liberty City The fifth Sunday will be Missionary -
night at 800 p.m. with a musi- Church of Christ, July 9.This : Day. KING SIZE Bread
cal program. Sunday at 3:00 meeting will continue with 2 LOAVES 1 La OleoCANS I

p.m. the anniversary message Brother Taylor preaching
will be given by Rev. F. L. nightly at 8:00: p.m. until July MATTHEWS LB. BAG
Johnson. The public is invited. 27. 4 BiscuitsDrinking 5
Prayer meeting each The statewide youth meet- PILLS B. M. I LONG GRAIN Ice
will be held July 27-30, at Rev. N. F. Clark, pastor
Thursday night, at 8:00 p.m. ing
asking all to please come out the Golden Heights Church of You are cordially invited to 4 Glasses
and have a good time. Christ, 2500 N. W.15thCt. Ft. 1 SET OF
Male Chorus rehersal each Lauderdale.. Youth from all be our. guest, Sunday, July ,
16, during: the morning ser-
the state will attend this
at 7:30 over
Saturday night p.m. vices. A one act play entitled

bereaved for Let our us pastor continue families, sick our,and shut-ins prayers thosein meeting.We extend.to our a most may cordial friends invitation to- Temple""Zackary and will Elizabeth be presented.You in the. ALL 14 ITEMS y99 $ j

the Armed Services. Visi- visit us in both of these meet-_ treat.can't afford to Miss this

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: ; Juvenile Court Judges urged To Strenginen

I i .11" RDALE lEMp I

1 D ,4f:, O, Crime Preventive ProgramsFort

-- ?i' BY PORTERM. DAVIS, JR. j I Lauderdale "Even tors and city officials of a de- courts soyouthcanleaarnabout l were unemployed, high school
of at dropouts from some of the
America's system Justice
though young people may resist cline in delinquency, vandalism -
The Venus Club's annual Independence Day Dance and Floor lectures, Ignore appeals, and school dropout the same time they train for grimiest poverty areas in the
Show held at the Elk's Rest on Monday night proved to be one even reject handouts, they do rates after initiation of NYC Jobs.A. country, these"are very gratifying -
of the best Fourth of'July celebrations ever sponsored by the respond to opportunities for projects in their cities. recent study conductedbya figures, continued the
lovely ladles.The capacity) audience enjoyed a lively floor show responsible improvement," NYC projects throughout the private research firm, Howard administrator.Jack .
that really perked the adult ear. The comedy routine of Wood Jack Howard,administrator ofthe country that work in close cooperation disclosed, surveyed almost Howard concluded his
and Sanders bad the guests both figuratively and literally Bureau of Work Programssaid with Juvenile courts, 2,000 youth who had de- remarks by saying, "Young
falling out of their seats. Miss Celia Sanders and Mrs., Eumer- in an address here today Juvenile authorities and law terminated from outof- people who choose crime have
gene Wood showed their versatility in a comic bit that they will before the 13th Annual Conference enforcement officials to pre- school NYC projects. The seldom; been given many al
certainly be called on to perform again.,Songstress Juanlta of the National Council vent youth crime and to rehabilitate study revealed that approxi- ternatives. We can give themto
Dixon was also a favorite with such popular numbers as of Juvenile Court Judges. 'the youthful offender. mately nine and a half months participate: community
"Yesterday" and'"Respect.". It was a shame.at least for all The Labor Department official The, Judges were urged to after termination, 59% of activities, and by giving thema
the men in the audience that cute and congenial Winifred "The pointed out that the continue their close cooperation these young people were either better understanding of their
Body" Clark couldn't have been elevated from where we were Neighborhood Youth Corps (NYC and work with the neighborhood in Jobs,had returned to school, government and of the law.We
seated you would have to have stood on the table-..believe it or ) since its Inception in 1964 youth. Several of the or were in advance training. can betp them become employed -
not, 1 did. A pleasant chat with club members: Liz Gregory, has helped young people stake suggestions made to expand "When you consider that for concerned, and aware
'and Doris Taylor and Bernyee "Bunny" Devoe added to the their claim In the lav-abiding this working relationship included the most part, these youth adults.
enjoyment of the evening. We were pleased to have Mr. and world by giving them theop :
Mrs. Edgar Young of Fashions By Liz, newly weds,,as our portunity for responsible in- Developing court cadet programs Mrs.
table guests. Seen enjoying the evening were:Ur and Mrs.; volvement. Throughout his remarks to improve court ser- Edna Holler to, Heid
Tommie Lee Hankerson, Miss differs Burfkeis,MartStrong, the administrator cit vices for youth. Cadets could ;
Betty "I've Got ,a Secret" Vincent, Mrs. Ernestine Alkens, ed examples ofNYC'ssoccess serve as,neighborhood work, Special! Summer YMCA
Alcee Hastings, Frank Robinson, Guy Marshall, Mrs. Laura in rehabilitating, youth from ers, assistant counselors, or
.McBride, Joe Smith, Miss Ernestine Gifford and Mrs..Agnes low-Income families through work' with youth who are oa
Burrows. work experience and training probation or on parole from Improvement Project
Miss Peggy Young, a native of Fort Lauderdale and a gra- projects. Some of those mentioned correctional institutions.
duate of Dillard High School is visiting her,parents, Mr. and are Developing work experience Mrs. Edna Holley of Fort
Mrs. Hayley Young,of 2170 NW 21st Terrace.Miss Young,now police cadet programs in training programs that Lauderdale has been appointed
resides In Canada. which prepare youth for would In effect take the placeof Chairman of a special Com
Mrs. Rosa Lee Pridgen of Ft.Lauderdale is visiting friendsin careers In public safety;at the detention, probation, or in- mittee for improvement of the
Jersey City, New Jersey.She is staying at the home of Mrs. same time the young people ternment. Northwest Branch YMCA kit-
Flora Jones and family. gain Insight into the law and Developing youth leadership chen and dinning hall.
Mrs. Elizabeth Henry, daughter of Mr. Levi Henry is vacationing the philosophy behind It. councils, under sponsorship Mrs. Holley is an active
in Atlanta, Georgia with friends. 51 NYC enrollees and the Juvenile court, to travel to civic and church worker. She
Susie alumni formed a nucleus of different is a member of the First Bap-
Mrs. Rogers and granddaughter Lavon D. Rogers of neighborhoods withina
824 Northwest 19th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale are visiting relatives 136 youth who volunteeredtheir community, working with tist Church, a member of Cir
in the services for peace pa- cle No. 4 of her church as well
and
Waynesboro-McBean, Georgia area.While there young people pinpointing
Mrs. Rogers will visit her alma mater Boggs Academy. trols during the recent racial trouble spots before they ex- as the Choir. She previously
Mr. Frankie Smiley of Miami will be leaving for enlistmentinto disturbances in Tampa. plode. served on both the Bi Racial
the United States Reports from Juvenile authorities Committee and the Human Relations -
Marine Corps on Monday,July 10th. Mr. Providing work sites for
Smiley is the fiancee of Miss Ton Rogers of 824 Northwest19th school admlnlstra- NYC enrollees within the Committee here in Ft.
Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale. Mr.. Smiley's sister, Mrs.Ora Lauderdale. Several years ago
D. Stafford held a farewell party at her home in honor of him she was presented a certificate .
of appreciation for her "' l Ki L4liA.1 'T71lTi i
on last Friday night.
Friends and curiousity seekers are wondering about my Carver fir Terrorists Blast help in the Bl Racial Commit phone solicitation of subscrip,
latest fad-dark,,dark sun glasses which completely cover the tee by Mayor Cy Young. tions to the Miami Times and
eyes and also my unorthodox absence for five days from all the Home Of Ex Mrs. Holley calling on the Friday and Saturday Fish and
old familiar places--whether this is anattempt to be on the hip Ranches i women of the community to Chicken Dinner sales. ,The
side or to indicate my complete soul brother status or a 007 or NAACP OfficalMobile help ,in this very needed project paint for the kitchen has been
a- b1a. .k- "VA 799 News in getting the Northwest donated by the WRBD Radio
The Continental of Miami was the scene of an eye catching ,1 Ala.- The home of Branch YMCA in A-l shape in Station. Any women or girl of
\ Fashion Show with the theme:"The Mini Dress."The dresses, By Walter Bow. J. L. Leflore, former secre- time for the program session the community who desire to
Jewlery and other accessories were designed and made by tary of the NAACP branch this fall. help are urged to call Mrs.
Elizabeth C. Young of Fashions by Liz.The models were Zel- Donald Ramsey is after, here, was wrecked Wednesday Mrs. Holley has projected Holley at 583-7407 or contact
ma Holloway, ,Mary Johnson, Barbara Coleman and Saundra' spending one term at Howard night, June 28, when an explosion several projects including the Northwest Branch YMCA.
Eubanks. Mrs.. Young has several other Fashion Revues sche- University In Washington D.C. ripped away the dining
duled for this month and the month of August. These revues He is a Lieutenant in ROCT room' wall and brought down
include shows at Waycross, Georgia; Jessup, Georgia and and majoring in Mathematics. the ceiling in the six-room
Atlanta, Georgia the last week in August. Donald is the son of Mr. and frame house.
Visitors to our fair city this week include Mrs. Juanlta Mrs. Armond Ramsey of 40th Master Barber Waited
Stokes of Richmond Va., Mr. Howard Stokes of Philadelphia Avenue S.W. 25th Street,West Police say that only the
and Mr. Clarence Stokes of New York City, all home to wish Hollywood.The tough wire mesh anti-bomb
Mrs. Lucy Stokes of 1016 NW 6th Street a speedy recovery Gay Ladies of West Hol- fence erected around,the house Apply at
from her recent illness which until last week had her confined lywood are thanking everyonefor by Mr. Leflore when he foundan VARSITY BARBER SHOP
'
in Broward attending their dance
General Hospital.The on
unexploded bomb his 6540 NW
on 15
Elks last Monday night at the Em- AVENUE
Club of
Ft. Lauderdale will again be the scene of porch in 1959 saved his life
swinging festivities bassy Club in Ft. Lauderdale.Post .
this weekend
beginning
on Friday nightat and that of his wife,Teab,who
10, when Mrs. Jenny Harris, a candidate for Miss Omega, No. 8195 membership were sleeping upstairs.Mr. .
sponsors a benefit dance for her campaign. drive is now on members
On Saturday night,the Midsummer Women's Club will spon- please renew your member-
sor a "Shindig Dance" also beginning at 10 p.m. ship. Veterans who served Leflore is now presi-
overseas are eligible to Join. dent of the NonPartisan Voters -
Don't forget our Fish Fry League which sponsors
on Saturday night July 8th. South Alabama civil rights ac- WRBDROOT'
SPECIALLIMITED Robbie L. Brayboy,isCom- tivity.
ander and W. A. Bowe Is the -
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BY DR. RAMAN VASHI

Hindu Priest from Bombay, India Fellow of i
Theosophlcol Society (England), Astrologer,
and Yogi.


YOUR HINDU SYSTEM ZODIAC READING FROM FRIDAY ,r '
JULY 7TH THRU THURSDAY JULY 13, 1967.

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ARIES (moon sign) Your own determination can help you to ..
stand up, if you do not have strong determination you face
troubles all week. Keep cool Is your key for the week and pre-

pare for more to come next, No alarm for health or finance. W r ,

Lucky numbers 1, 4, 7 and 10. j .
TARUSmoon sign) Some encounters with partner and rivalin rS

real property deal or investments. Never mind,but financeis a'r rl a,.,,p .
stabilizing and may profit. Health,spouse all well. Students 1

warned of extravagance. Lucky number 4,8 and 9. 5 dttx { %

GEMINI ( moon sign) Do not gamble or face losses, rou- r _
tine alright. Health tine except restless mind. Spouse argues
but children helpful. Travel plans start. Lucky numbers 4,1
and 12 if you try this July 13th.

CANCERmoon sign)All of your plans held up,restart. Plans ,
of travel or business can work now. Your good sense for new r ; ::7

undertakings if you prepare Is a possibility.Health i and spouse
cooperative but children and students can have trouble.Lucky a
numbers 1, 4, 8 and 12.

LEO (moon sign) Between troubles and trials you may have 9 '
idea or chance of escape. Domestic settlement possible if you r
do not try hard terms. Spouse in trouble this week. Financenot ..
bad. Lucky numbers 'I, 11 and 14. One of the finest, best conducted but, as yet, unpublicized No.5. Little Shea Taylor who later told this reporter'They
VIRGO (moon sign) If you profit in any deals do not expect kindergarten graduations was the graduation exercises of the told me to say it loud and clear."
much. Public life and any public engagement a success. You Kook's Miami Kindergarten. This school for tots is owned and No. 6 Yvette Jones(r) tells her friend "That man's takin'
! have many worries and mental tension if you start a new future operated by Carliss and Mary Cook at 5440 NW 5th Court. our picture.No. .
j, this week. No Luck numbers this week. The graduation exercises were held June 16th at Drake 7 James Rhea "Can't you girls do anything; right?
Memorial Baptist Church, Rev. Janus Dunn, pastor. Let me straighten that cap."
LIBRA (moon sign) Your plans for travel, business travel, Pictured above are some of the sidelights of the perfectly No. 8 Carliss Cook is caught again backstage as he helps
long or short vacation pays.New ideas may appear, keep think- conducted exercises. Jena Stewart get her cap on straight.
hg. Your status and prestige Improve. Healthnotbad. Mental Picture No. 1 Mrs. Mary Cook coaches Little Renea Saw-
tension, but you stand up. Lucky numbers 3, 6,10 and 12. yer who led the procession of graduates.Reneatells her I'm Nos. 9 & 11-Kook's Kindergartensings"The Lord's Pray-
SCORPIO (moon sign) You should have a nice time with ro- all set, Mrs. Cook." er" with appropriate gestures.No. .

mantic engagement this 8th and 9th. Perhaps receive gift or No. 2 The church auditorium was filled to capacity with 10 "See, I got my diploma."
valuable too. Health, finance excellent. Children, students all parents and friends who enjoyed the timely address by No. 3, No. 12 Queen Jackie sighs as she says "Gee. I'm glad
fine time. Lucky numbers. you try any numbers on 8 and 9. Mrs. Cherrye Mills Boyer.No. that's over."

4 Carliss Cook was Knight In waiting" to kindergarten The program was conducted by Mrs. Cecil Lamb. Captionsand
SAGGITARITUS (moon sign) Temptation very strong for adventure queen Jackie Mobley. photographs by Adamsfotos.
speculation and investment,don't do it, wait for some-
time or you regret it. Mind restless, situations domestic or
business and trade can turn ugly but ruler in Cancer will be EleMentarySchool Pursuing The Goals of Success IOn
helpful by the moral help of the spouse or romantic friend. No

lucky number. Lunches last Friday evening June masters Lt. Leroy Smith and such a wonderful and memor-
CAPRICORN: (moon sign) You may have trouble with the 30 troop 409 held its gradua- Mr. Howard; members of G.S. able affair possible.The .
,
boss or your finances If you run your own business. But If you To Cost 35 Cents tion exercise for senior scout troop No. 377 and leader Mrs. 1967 graduates were:
are on wages you can try part time trade and do well, particu- members. This year the troop Myrtle Bullard;G.S.troop No. Patricia Austin; Sharon
larly 8 and 9 romance too. No chance of new committmentsthis The cut of$224,000 In state honored seventeen graduates. 480, leader Mrs. Laura Anderson Ingrid Byron,
week. Health not bad. Lucky numbers 1, 2, 4, 8, 12, and contributions to the school The theme of the program was Bethel; members of G.S.troopNo. Cherryl Bullard, Carolyn

17. lunch program will cost ele- "Pursuing the Goals of Suc- 581, and many other par- Clayton, Cassandra Coleman,

AQUARIUS (moon sign) You need to concentrate much about mentary school children five cess." ents and friends. Judy Cooper Paula Everette,
new plans of business or trade. If you are on wages you have cents more for lunch this year. Each senior received her The graduates wish to express Lydia Fie 1 d s, Cleo George
news of promotion or higher wages. Settle all differences with Superintendent Joe Hall saidit diploma and other certificateso their appreciation, to Shirley McBride, Sandra Mc.
is essential that elementary f recognition as well as tro- advisors, Miss E. Jones and Millan, Patricia MorningJudy
PISCES (moon sign) Any day a threat and situation may get lunches be increased from 30 and medals of achieve- Mrs. M. Fields, troop mem- Seymour Leah Simms,
out of hand if you are trade or manufacturing. Take care the to 35 cents The School Boardis phies bers and friend, for time and Brenda Turner and Diane
ment. Eight girls were pinned
13th. Spouse, health finance and children not bad.Lucky num- expected to take action on with leader's stripes for effort put forward to make Williams.
bers 4, 12 try on the 8th. Hall's recommendation Wed-
choosing to become future Girl
nesday.
Scout Leaders. The highlightof
'. Do you know Hindus in India make the Zodiac Signs quite differently The increase is caused by the evening was the award- Phone NA 1.7203. Notary Public
\ than all the rest of the world? other factors besides the eli- to ten out-
ing of the trophies
I To learn your moon-sign send 75?, your name,address mination'of the state supple- standing seniors. These ten
place and time of birth to Dr. Raman Vashi, P. 0. Box 231, ment. Some of them are, loss chosen according to
girls jrere
Shenandoah stat Miami Florida. 33145.MERCHANJ" due commodities to the decrease, increase In federal in the their participation inthe many <(. 'hflh1Pg\!,. eetittB

different activities. The
troop ; '
number of free lunches and AND ASSOCIATES
recipients were Brenda.
S WHO ADVERTISE IN THE wage increases In cafeteria Turner, for Public;Relations; /' PUBLIC SERVICE
personnel.
MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY Last lunches in secon- Ingrid Byron,Community ,
year,I
APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. dary schools went from 35 to vice; Shirley McBride,Ser Public Relations Consultant

THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. 45 cents while elementary Williams vice to a,sister artistic troop abilities; Diane; Theatrical tditorTh., Miami Times
lunches went from 25b30
PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMI! Patricia Morning, excelent
cents.
Home-maker Cleo George
The elementary child will 16351 NW 18th Plata (Bunch. Park) Miami Florida
Leadership; Leah Simms,
receive for 35 plate
cents a
presidential plaque; Lydia
4.'ljsk lunch with beverage, milk or Fields received the trophy
fruit Juice, and dessert.
from Oberry's Driving School,
r Dade County provided $305, one of the troops sponsors for le A hrhrEiroll N.w
000 in free lunches last year. _
being the second most outstanding -
+ Girl Scout of the year.
Y The recipient of the trophy for Jackson Barber College

i 1.k5 k stl c being the most outstandingscout

Mr.of Dolsh the year of presentedby Campers 6225 NW 22m1 Air....

are cwUttfy xvitcA t tttautMUHAMMAD'S Paradise (a sponsor), was

No. 29 Cherryl Bullard. Mr. Dolsh Miami, Florida 33147
MOSQUE
also presented a plaque of appreciation Phone
691-9335
:
to our advisor Miss

Hear the life giving teocMngi If f the Jones Mrs. Fields among WOMEN AND MEN WELCOMED

Honorable Elijah MuhammadMeetings MNkJ rSmiling other adult guests received Classes Formed:

ered certificates much service for having to youth.rend- Second and Fourth Week! each Month

: r. The troop was honored to
CURRICULUM(
SUNDAY 2:00 P. M. have as gu u t sMrs. Clarice INCLUDES:

Wednesday and Friday 8:00 P. M. Eddie Lee Pittman, Littles, neighborhood chairman Halrcutting Hair W.ov/ng/
popular local businessman and of Ixora District; boy
5245 N. W. 7th AVENUE owner d the Dive-Inn Bar, scout troop No 77 with scout Wig Styling Light nera"Proeu.lag

Utefl to'th. Radio Edition of "Mr. Muhammad Sp..ks"Sundrys 1772 NW 79th St. Phone 691. Facial.Peraoa.ntl .

5:30 A. M. WFAB 990 on the Dial 9431. He invites alibis old'friends Hair Coloring
640A. M WMIE 1140 on the Dial' to come and meet new'friends. GIRL SCOUT CAMP BEGINS
E'POCIl welcome. JULY. 10. FILL OUT YOUR WRITE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
Read MUHAMMAD SPEAKS Newspaper and bow-
Enjoy the pool room
CARD AND MAIL TODAY. WILLIE C. JACKSON, Director
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THEMIAMI TIMES, Friday July 7, 1967

'I. Oriental Garden At Gospel festival Sunday at Marine Stadium



I Children Zoo MondayThe a

I.
"OrientalGaraen" of them dwarfed are loopedby I.I
at the Children's Zoo inCran- winding walkways where 'If
don Park will be dedicated at ornamental concrete dragons I,:
10 a.m.July 10 by Mrs.Orville lurk, perfect for climbing. : ''i.
Freeman, wife of the U.S.Sec- Also In this unique -
retary of Agriculture.The tasyland" Is a Japanese tea- "
latest addition to the house which sits near a 40-
Dade County Park and Recrea- foot pond and children can
tion Department's facilities, cross a wooden footbridge that YM
the 10,000 square foot child- spans a waterfall, deeding the Lk
ren's botanical garden Is pond. .
a contribution of the .Dade There are volcanic rocks y, r
County Chapter of the Florida from Colorado, cap rock
Nurserymen and Growers As- boulders from West Palm
sociation who timed its com- Beach and Dade County coral, THE ROSSETTES '
pletion to coincide with the good for climbing and hiding. Of
opening of the 92nd annual con- Some 150 members of the -
vention of the American As- i FloridaNurserymenand CLORDC'sGreater and Mr.Charlie Davis 4224. Also at North Travel I'I'Jackson

sociation of Nurseymen, that ers Association contributedtheir .. ... You can get tickets by calling, Bureau and Neal's Super Mar-

day in Bal Harbour. time and materialsto Miami Gospel Song I 621-7427, CE5-4724......or. '758ket. u ...
-1.1\1"
AAN President Thomas B. create the garden which Includes Festival this Sunday night,
Kyle, Sr., and other national a new hybrid, "Bucida July 9, at 7:30 p.m. at the MI- 0"1 r
officers, will Join with Metropolitan Doug Barnes," In honor of the ami Marine Stadium, 201 Ric- :' ;1', ; .
Dade County Commis- Director of the Dade County kenbacker Causeway. There "..' 1
,' .
r sioners In the dedication cere- Park and Recreation Depart- will be a lot of good gospel ''. 1\ ", ;
monies. Also on hand for the ment, A. D. Barnes. singing. The C. Lord C's Ros.. :," :. \ :. ,:'"tt
ribbon-cutting are expected President of the FNGA Is settes, Pilgram Gospel Stars, 'f; ifi'' tt .
be members of the Miami Bob Plyer. The project was Sister Elvira Burney and the ,
t ; _ _
Beautification Committee. conceived by Harry Queen,and Star Light Gospel Singers,thq I'I\I
Youngsters will find the ad- James K. Dunaway Is chairman Weight Singers, Miss Valdez \
dition to the southern portionof of the project committee.The Murray and Jordan Grove Choir ,I '', '
the Children's Zoo a delightful plaque that Mrs. Free- No. Two. There will be other ; ;,. i"d
garden full of diver man will dedicate states: choirs and rrouos on program j '
sions scaled to their size. "This park is dedicated to h jf f t
Oriental archways and a the darling little dragons gen I
f
monkey cage created In the erally known as children by fi ...
form of an exotic lantern set the Florida Nurserymen and i ELVIRA BURNEY '
the mood at the entrance. Growers Association of Dade Our special guest will be Mr. 45 Ay'
Shrubs, plants and trees-many County. Lee Wooton, Supreme Grand .
y KI Master of Mordern Free and ri. P
I of the world fN ,,
Accepted Masons 5 s
t Scottish Rito Affiliation, of

Columbus, Georgia.
V Y I Ii This program is a fund rais- : ?
ing program for Variety :
Children's Hospital. Chair-
l r x t" man of the program committeand
i co-chairman are Mrs.
-' -
axw Ve r n Ice Ross, Mrs. Carrie
-'t VALDEZ MURRAY STARLIGHT GOSPEL SINGERSbut
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the bill passed. 42 to be at
were picked up Ina-
\ NEWS FROM IN AND. The Immigration Depart- gua enroute.
ment will introduce a new
.
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AROUNDITftf tourist landing card on July 1 Howard Smith, the surrey
Rev. J.E.S. Ray, The BAHAMAS to spot-check persons enterIng driver who was chosen to drive

I ft m t t I T* l.! and leaving the Bahamas.The Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth
Instigator, Returns Home ..- -,' purpose I s to keep trackof II and the Duke of Edinburghat
those who may remain In the the Bahamarama during
Cleveland, Ohio-The Rev. and John Walter Wills, Sr. Dr. R. W. Puryear, presi- Philadelphia; Reverend John colony Illegally. their Nassau visit last year,
Joseph Eugene Solomon Ray, Ray says, the results of his dent of Florida Memorial College Reese, Key West; Rev. theo- died on July 16th at the prin-
Instigator of Public RelationsIn effort Include the establish- Florida dore Gibson and Rev.Lam-
St. Augustine, R. The death of two year old vess Margaret Hospital. Mr.
a number of local, state, national ment of Public Relations in the was speech-day speaker the bert Sands, Miami, and Rev. Jacquelyn, whose body was Smith was a man of charming
organizations returnedto United States Government and Bahamas Baptist College on James Edden, Texas. found In a well at Matthew manners and was loved and respected -
Cleveland recently with the Civil Defense by President F. June 16th. Thirty-five Ba- by all who knew him.
Intention of making a report of D. Roosevelt, In 1943,' who is hamian students were awarded Donald Roy Williams, 29, a Town loaeua. recently. has
20 years observation in his given credit in all handbookson scholarships to the college bya Jamaican aircraft mechanic, been ruled as accidental by the
chosen field. He said, "I had the subject as having given grant from the Arthur Vin- was charged with the murderof CID. The child's parents are
planned to have Louis B.Selt- the greatest Impetus to the tg Davis Foundation, and will 40-year-old Rosie Ben- Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dele-
zer, Judge Perry B. Jackson, growth and development of the arrive on the campus next jamin Christie on June 9th at veaux.
John Walter Willis, Sr., and field or profession of public month to participate In a Andros Town. A preliminary I
the Call and Post to sponsoran relations; its inclusion in the special program. hearing was set for June 20. Haitians who enter the Ba- /; et
appearance for me to reporton Improved Benevolent Protec- The recipients of the scho- Members of the Progressive hamas illegally are having a
my activities at St. JohnA.M. tive Order o f Elks of the World larships were drawn from all Liberal Party and the hard time. It is reported that ,'' q
E. Church; but found John by Grand Exalted Ruler James of the colleges and high United Bahamian Party put squads of Bahamian"tough OLORSGRAYRAIRIM DOUBLE ACTION K
Walter Wills on the subject of Finley Wilson and the Grand schools in Nassau. heads together on June 15 and boys' are being paid $2.00 a Mh (
Public Relations and what it Lodge; the National Business voted a one million dollar tax head to round them up.On July :, ORISSESHAIRIULACEJOIN
really is, than I could have League; the National Baptist The funeral procession for on gambling casinos operatingin 16th about 283 Haitians were i
done with the many volums Convention; the General Con the late Canon Milton Cooperwas the Bahamas this year. deported by the governmentfrom
which have been written on the ference of the Methodist a mile long. Canon There was some opposition, Nassau and an additional
subject since I left the city." Church, through recommen- Cooper, who died suddenly on
Rev. Mr. Ray, for years was dations of Bishop A. E.'Love Junell, was rector of St.
public relations consultant for after the first seminar at Mor- Agnes Church for 20 years.
the House of Wills; was city gan State College, Baltimore, The Rt. Rev. Bernard Mark- THE NAACP TODAY I
editor of the Cleveland Call- Md., conducted by Rev. Ray; ham, Lord Bishop of Nassau
Post; special correspondentfor the National Council of Negro and the Bahamas, officiated at MEMBERSHIP DRIVE NOW ON
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt and ternal Council of Churches of flowing crowd. ADDRESS C'TY 10NI. ....
other leaders on the subject, Christ in America'founded by The following Bahamian
was co-sponsored by Louis B. Bishop Rev. C. Ransom and priests working in the United TCLCPHONC.Type .IClNKD
Seltzer of the Cleveland Press Dr. William Henry Jernigan. States, came to attend the fun SOLICITOR
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Spearing wi h.,..,.,., Round About M

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Talk '
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BY JIMMY ."SCOOP" BETHEL_

REVIEW OF THE WEEK: -- Dorothy Parket left her estate
BY
HARRY
SPEAR to Dr. Martin .Luther King. King said he was deeply touched
and gratified. Our fight is strengthened by this commitment,"

he declared. Miss Parker, a white woman, died June 7, at 77.
She was very active in liberal and civil rights movements for

many years. Happiness U.S.A. Pres.Lyndon Baines John
son's first grandson born June 26,named Pat Lyndon Nugent.

Mother and father (Luci and Pat) doing fine Adam Clay 1 4r
ton Powell's speech didn't impress his Washington and New r
K York friends. They are hoping he doesn't and "wine- ;,

up" with the fishes. ..Alabama's Gov. Mrs.rLur een Wallace, .....
has cancer, medical tests revealed...James Meredith, "with
suffering bad foot pain," completed the "Mississippi road of

fear" march Monday night. .A headline: "Five white Youth
Got Lifeln Prislon in Griffin for w
,Georgia Hold-up Rape of Negroes
v A .- A Church and Two Teenage Girls."


'FLORIDIANS IN NEW YORK --Wayne Thompson,who has or ,

Just completed his junior college at the University of Miami, :,, : \,
is spending his summer vacation in New York with his mother, ;;;

.. pretty Mrs. Emily Thompson, a former school teacher of Miami
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Dunbar
Phyllis and
GOODBYE COOKIE Wheatley Dorsey. pretty Bar 'V'N .u,
HELLO ABNER bara Stetson and Stephen Genross got married Friday, June
Obtaining Abner Haynes means the Dolphins have obtainedone 23. Stephen is the son of Mr.and Mrs. Archie Genross of 1177 These two buddies at Variety Children's Hospitalare
of the great offensive backs In the AFL. In his seven yearsin Anderson Ave., Bronx(formerly of Miami and St.Augustine). wide-eyed at the giant size watermelon which was
the league (five with DaUas-KUlSaSCitYandtwo with Denver Barbara is Henrietta Stetson's daughter...Edmon Spate (the donated to the patients by the 711 Stores.
), he stands third in the all-time rushing ranks with 964 boy from Marlannars a fast up-coming singer, doing concertsat Anthony Nesmith and John McGraw were even more
I carries for 4,284 yards, which is an average of 4.4 yards. He "Town Hall" and the Empire Ballroom. He is the son of amazed when they heard the whopping melon tipped the
I has tallied 44 touchdowns rushing.In the career pass-receiving Rev. Herbert Spate of Marianna's St.James AME Church, 716 scale at 92 pounds.

I department, he stands seventh with 271 receptions for 3,435 Oak St. Steve Truett (Big Sonny Truett's boy) at the Ran The 7.11 Stores came up with the idea of a Watermelon *
i yards and 20 touchdowns. He has also returned two punts and dolph(in crowd) :iShalimar, Thursday nlte. Party for the patients as part of a Father's Day
one kickoff for touchdowns, and ranks fifth in all-time AFL FT. LAUDERDALE, SWING CITY.- You arrbe in town celebration held at the hospital.
scoring with 67 touchdowns for 402 points.Last year, with and you check your "people and 5 pot 5." -There Jimmy
Denver, he carried the ball 129 times for 310 yards and two (Dump) Goss, the incrowd playboy. He takes you to the Elks
touchdowns, and he caught 46 passes for 480 yards and one Club (Lauderdale) "where the action is and" Donnie Is your
touchdown. He has also been a standout In returning punts and host and bartender. You meet nice people like the Calvin Tay Man Charged In Carol
kickoffs. In his career, he has returned 86 kickoffs for 2,456 lors she's the former Beulah Reid.0nasuggestion, we head
yards and one touchdown.And his seven year punt retun statis- out for the "most nits club"in Pompano Hammondvllle Rd.
tics show 79 returns for 838 yards and two touchdowns. Last where Brownie the bartender is the "most" .. Back In New
year, at Denver, he returned nine kickoffs 229 yards an 10 York at Kennedy Airport (Eastern) there is Patrick Wimberly City Slaying ,
punts 119 yards. reserved for the 1:30 p.m. flight Sunday to Lauderdale wherehe

Abner Hayes is six-feet, 190 pounds and 29. He resides in could be home with his wife, Mrs. Wimberly (the former A 25-year-old man was ar-
Denver. Lillian Taylor) of 600 N. W. 20th Street. Elliott Graham rested by Sheriffs deputies
My interview with Joe Thomas,brought this comment;"Hay (Lauderdale's gift to New York of 216 W. 100 Street NYC a Monday and charged with first
nes is going to be a great help to the Dolphins," with his record "regal accessory" salesman, flying to L. A., California on degree murder In the slaying .4,
shown above there seems to be no Dispute, Haynes has business. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Graham of of a young attractive Miami
everything a football star needs. Ft. Lauderdale Willie Lewis, 237 E. 176th Street, NYC, housewife found strangledJune b
sends love and regards to his mother, Mrs. Willie Mae Mar- 14 In her Carol
HERE'S HOW THE MIAMI DOLPHINS SHAPE UP tin of 508 N. W. 20th Street,Lauderdale.Willie is In traspor- City
Home 39th Ct.
19011 N. W. 5.!
A word from the -coach:. "The biggest change in the Dolphins tation. .Roosevelt Branch 177 Sand Street, Brooklyn, driv- Eddie Lewis, an unemployed .
is that now we all know each other .- we're all sophs ing NYC bus. .. laborer living at 1130N.W. 5'
TEEN TALK AND SOUL MUSIC
SURVEY.-Four Count
now." 62nd St., was charged in the
Strength; While the Dolphins won only three games in their Basie's guests were hurt Sunday, June 25, when lightning death of Mrs. Patricia Rookson
first season there were several outstanding performancesturned struck a poolside tree at the Basics' home, 174-27 Adelaide the basis of an"eyewitness"
in--by Joe Auer at a running back spot, by Tom Er land- Lane, St. Albans, Queens.They were having a scholarship fund account, authorities said.
at end Ed Cookeat party. Count Basle is the undisputed"King of swing and Jazz" .
son at linebacker, by Dave Kocourek tight by Lawmen would give few
defensive end and in the defensive secondary Willie West Aretha Franklin's "Respect,"dedicated to Educator Earl other details about the arrestor
LEWIS
and Jim Warren. Wells, May's High top man ...Dionne Warwick Is still on top statement given by the unidentified EDDIE

Needs: The prime need is for someone to take hold at quart with "Alfie" Frank Dell's "Baby, You Got It" dedicatedto witness. Unharmed and playing in another
erback. Going into camp there will be five candidates--Rick lovely Connie Rawls,the barbarette. .. Ray Charles' "Here They said that some details room, was the couple's:
Norton, a No. 1 draft choice In 1966; John Stop, who passed We Go Again," to lovely Antoinette Silva.. Betty Swain's would be known only by the five-.month-old daughter.
for who missed "Make Me Yours" number one around the nation. .Stevie murderer and claimed
four touchdowns in the final game; Eddie Wilson, the
.. Wonder's "I Was Made to Love Her" dedicated to Roosevelt Dade Medical Examiner
the entire 1966 season, and two highly rated rookies secrecy was necessary to pro- Dr.
Bob Griese of Purdue and Jon Brittenum of Arkansas. The offensive Grace's daughter, Pamela. James Brown's "No One, Mr. tect the prosecutor's case. joe Davis, said marks on Mrs.
Soul" and "Cool Sweet"to cute Mona Thomas. Parliment's"I Rooks' neck indicated
she had
while Lewis not
line, at the same time, needs beefing up a con was charged with
sistent running mate is needed to go with Auer. Wanna Testify" to Joe Thomas, the boy actor. Peachesand sexual assault. been strangled with a cord or

New faces: The Dolphins pulled a major trade last week, Herb's "For Your Love" dedicated to Miss Elizabeth Her husband, Curly, an em wire.
and Knowles. Miss Bahamas 1967 and lovely. ,"Ain't no Moun- of AmericanAlr-
sending Cookie Gilchrist, George Wilson Jr., Earl Faison ploye Pan
Ernie Park to Denver for defensive end Danny LaRose, line tain High Enough, Marvin Gaye and Tommy Terrell, highon ways, found Mrs. Rooks par- Sheriffs Homicide Investigator
the "Crying Like a Baby/'the Jive Five new Sgt. Bob Laws said the
backer Jerry Hopkins, running back Abner Haynes and a draft survey. tially clothed and draped over ,
choice. While LaRose and Hopkins will help defensively, Gll on the survey. Scoop Bethel saying, time tide wait for no the bed face down with her attack was a "brutal assault
man. Gotta "Sam and Dave "SooUe Me Baby." C-U-NX- and murder."
go. ,
hands bound behind her.
christ's loss means that either Billy Joe, George Chesser or
Sam Price will have to make it fullback. Help in the line in WK.
A convicted felon Lewis
front of the rushers should come In the form of Alphonse Dot- ,
was arraigned before Peace
son, switching to guard or tackle from his defensive tackle
Justice Ruth Sutton. He is being -
spot, and rookie Jim Riley of Oklahoma.Jack Clancy of Michigan -
held In Dade County Jail
M ,
could push veteran Bo Roberson at a wide receiver's spot. -
:, pending a hearing.
Besides LaRose and Hopkins, the Dolphins also grabbed two
other defensive specialists in trades -- tackle Ray Jacobs

(Denver) and end Bob Petrich (San Diego). ii-

GIRL SCOUT CAMP BEGINS
COBRAS VS ATLETICA SOCCER GAME FOR CHARITY r'M. JULY 10. FILL OUR YOUR

Wednesday, July 12, at 8:00 p.m. the Miami Cobras and the iJ3 CARD AND MAIL TODAY.
Atletlca of Brazil pro soccer teams will play and the net pro-
ceeds will go to the Israel emergency fund of United Jewish A _
Appeal. A11 e tics, Irst division team of Brazil, first south
American team to visit Soviet Union and beat all top Soviet
/ Free Parking
competition. Coach Paulo Amaral former coach of Juventus w r
Italy also national coach of Brazil,,won world cup for Brazilin Rashelle
1958 and 1962. This should be a hard battle of pro's up to V
date the Cobras are batting 500, having won two and lost two Hotel'
games, not bad for a start, the Cobra team is owned by Yves r
Chevance. I think,this a good gesture on his part, for giving his ROOMS:
time and efforts for this good cause.This game takes place at Day, Week, Month
the Miami Stadium.

MARLINS SHAPING UP 2ND HALF SHRINERS VISIT HOME OF COCA-COLA Air Conditioned

Miami Marlins under its new management Bill Durney Sr. ATLANTA, GEORGIA A recent visit to the home of The Coca-Cola Companyin Heated
and Jr., who took the club over from Bill Meranda July 1, have Grand Potentate third Private Baths
Atlanta by Shrine Imperial Roscoe C. Washington (Seated
won four and lost two at the time of writing my column. Own- the discuss final 825 NW 21 AVENUEFT.
from leftprovlded) opportunity to plans for participation by the
Ing to the July 4th holiday my column is going to press earlier I
'Company and Coca-Cola Bottlers in the Shrine national convention in Cleveland, LAUDERDALE
than the Marlins look .
usual. have to
"But" I
this say-
I Ohio, in August. With Mr. Washington were (seated, left to right) J. Earl Acey, past
to be a much improved team, I don't think we will have the S83-9S99
potentate, Nobbar Temple of Atlanta; and Augustus Hogan, Nabbar 7enpThey
nonsense that was going in the first half Bill Durney has been i
connected with baseball for the longest time and knows what 'were! entertained by Market Development Manager Kelvin Wall (seated, right), Paul Mr. and Mrs.

the score is, Durney Jr. will be able to learn the ropes under, i j Brown, Atlanta Coca-Cola Bottling Company; and Harold Hamilton, Assistant to the Frank C Smith, Jr.,
his dad's wing The thing for the fans to do now, Is get behind i Market Development Manager. The Coca-Cola Company and Bottlers of Coca-Cola Proprietors
'across the notion have continual participation: with local Shrine fc/mp/es./
the them
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'"- Zetft,1 S.rre.cy Crowned r


I f Miss Decathlon t sa ti

zeuiei currency baS wen
crowned "Miss Decathlon
1967-68" by members of the
1 Decathlon Socio Civic Club
,1 after a spirited contest amonga
group of Miami's most char-
ming ladies. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

y Spotless 2 bedroom CBS near 27th Ave. on 88th I
Street jalousie windows, awnings, fruit trees. I
Large landscaped fenced yard. A wonderful bar.. :

'. _' gain at only $9,500, $300 down and $59.01 mo.
I
The National Bar Association Executive Board met I
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in Houston, Texas on June 16th and 17th to make final : : SELLER"""' ."" !(PAYS LI fr(
plans for their 42nd Annual Convention of the NationalBar I 1 Lp: e y 3 bedroom CB on,jJ8'iI': t l'' 2n
Association to convene in Houston, Texas at the : e But l to T a'1 n ,Flts room .tl! : e
5 d AY>Y'{ w dowrl nt, lirnt ;'lIorg, otf
Shamrock Hilton July 24-29, 1967. According to the I
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President for the National Bar Association, Attorney : $ } wn,., $9140JU
Miss Surrency a popular Revius G. Ortique, this will be the greatest convention
barmaid at till 54th Street in the history of the National Bar Association.Some SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
Lounge. She was sponsored by of the members of National Bar Association i Modem CBS, carport, (alousie windows, large
club member Edward Rhoda. yard, sprinkler system, front porch. On 89th St.
Executive Board present at the meeting were L-R WiI-/
Her prize will be an expense near 24th Ave. Bargain at $11,500 with $350
". paid trip to San Juan, Puerto jam, S. Thompson, program chairman, Washington, D. C.; down and $71.52 month, FHA. Lovely' yard.
Rico. Revius C. Ortique, president New Orleans, La.; and

Second place winner was Surray Houston Davis, Texas.Houses, president. Houston Lawyers Association, ME.'AHD;'NCpIE,,-.rMOVE, : RIGHT J. N

!nyet Estella Brown sponsored by 2lJ edroom CBS'and' separate' ''lbedroom'on'1!
? r (r Esme Bain. She will receivea ni// t'"4Wt.: J'M r 17AJ .4Til5f\ ( Df''Jclosedl en-
tour to Nassau Bahamas. [ I !.porch,:" i'(ove'and'refrigerfltori Pr ceonli1$14.000l
Finishing third In the For Sale OwnerNO ;\$tOOOdow'I, ,:$100 month;'\.': :..
By
was S p 0 n s 0 red by Reginald
Sandilands. Her reward is a SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

bight club tour of Miami Modern 2 bedroom CBS, carport, enclosed front

Beach. QUALIFYING MOVE RIGHT IN porch, awnings, Seller will paint, refinish'floors,
Esme Bain manager of the etc. to make house like new. Bargain at $10,000(
New Frontier Lounge, is pre- ((1)) 1320 NW 39th St. $100 down. $22 wk. with $300 down and $62.22 month, FHA
sident of the club, and Edward
Rhoda, popular 15th'avenue ((2)) 1534 NW 44th St. $100 down. $25 wk. N 11'>! BTAPi-M YI $6HTWTkefnew
barber, is business manager. = 3 bedroom CBS, tile' roof'Urge fontP i

The club is looking forwardto ((3)) 3274 NW 68th st. $50 down. $20 wk. FtllfcwIlMi'kltcfceariJcItt( sU' f Indows," owningiT
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t. ,seeing: all their friends and 90$ w II heel'jf? $13,7M;**'* Iowa
supporters at their annual ((4)) 315t NW 55th St. ,- $100.down.$24 wk. 0d4 tl 4e o vrr"'A IsM X''hcyanl'' in ll' ie a Ttia y r' eM
dance in December.
((5)) 3034 NW 56th St. $100 down. $22 wk. NO RED TAPE NO QUALIFYING

.: Modern CBS tile roof, carport, air conditioner,
t ((6)) 4112 NW 11th Ct. $50 down. $18 wk. on large completely fenced lot. Pay $1,000 down
\ and takeover FHA mortgage of $9,600 payable
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((7)) 1301 NW 60th St. $50 down. $22 wk. $81 month pays all (includes taxes and insurance)

You can pay out the down payment weekly. vt+qq. a qn 1. a NiArl rdh'S Tfi6e
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INCOME PROPERTIES AND DUPLEXESFOR
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SALE r+flu BS.a 5t, St ,' ve, ''Fld
'0.i dratf ia aIe9oar( # ea
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OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY a tevi O4 rfr1' er teir. A w.ederirrrl4ay at $12:*,
wHb' d'own' ad$77.6)'iaoiiiir; )' lt4ir's'1 tRaf1""
FORD REALTYINC. Broker x an r

-- -- ::3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 6ling SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
The Rev. Ivan E. George, a young people and as a resourceperson Modern 4 bedroom, 2 bath CBS in new area in
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native of Miami and graduate and consultant.He .
Opa-locka House is on large lot and has been
of the Booker T. WashingtonHigh was ordained to the
painted inside and out. like new, appliances.too.
School,was recently hon Christian ministry on Thanks- <
Bargain at$12,500$400 down, $77.61:
month
FHA.
ored as one of the 19,67 Junior giving Day, 1966, in his home

Chamber of Commerce pub- church, Saint John Baptist ';';: H1 QM( ;{,AND)INCOME -: MOVIGWTI( (MJS''
lication, "Outstanding Young Church, Miami, where he still .
Men of America." has his membership.The W* have a f.w"5 and 6 'IInJt"apartm..t.L,1I4i.nt; Y'
He is now living in Braddock Talbot Towers,'one of Real/I that can be bought with ,101 little as $2,500 down.
Pa., as a staff memberof the earliest public housing Live free tn oat apartment 'and collect Income'from '
the Rankin Christian Center communities in' the greater the others.These all modern CBSbuildN 1
where he is Program Supervisor Pittsburgh, Pa..,. area have 210 if Uahi!, Realtor* IncJ' S, 'In best neighborhood* Find Security]/" "'r :
for the center at Tal- families. Braddock is a com-
bot Towers. munity hard hit by unemployment. A BETTER HOME ON BETTER STREET
The Rev. George is a cum Mi: JtlMtlt Mi 1-SrO 1! Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath home on lovely St.

laude graduate of Florida During the past year since Fla room, carport, front porch, tile roof, built-in
Memorial College, St. Augustine he has been there, he has organized kitchen, central heat, awnings, (jolousied win,
with a major in Christian the Urban Youth As- 2210( NW 86 TERRACE dows, picture window, large ,fenced corner lot.
education. In May of 1966 he sociation to find Jobs in the Darling 2 bedroom, huge Fla room, only $12,000 This beauty has everythlngl FHA price $16.500,
graduated from Andover- neighborhood and operate a FHA terms. $600 down, $101.99 month. A real showplace!

Newton Theological Collegewith Junior business type organi- ;.".\"\"'''\' ',','1''""'".tM(' <'I .. 't....".."........ ,"" >. ..tI'.._. "' ..,.. '-,".,
Divinity.In the degree. of Batchelorof zation. 1 year young.2. 2161 bedroom NW 100, custom-built STREET doll house. t r- ..; i',<;fN I RED, : P .'.-WOVE* 'RiGHT C" tf: :;sr;"_:A

1962 63, George spent Double earporte. $350 down FHA. 'Modern' deluxe CBS Right in Manor Park., Fla:..}'
nine months at the Blue Hill GIRL SCOUT CAMP BEGINS f |room, garage," f,. ostd front, porch,. car. *{'
Protestant Center, Roxbury, JULY 10. FILL OUT YOUR 2140 NW 86 TERRACECute '8 hrport; 'catpetlng'f.n; yard, awnings; (alousie t t
Mass., working primarily with CARD AND MAIL TODAY. .',.Hwindows, fireplace Price $13,000, $1,000 down ;:
2 bedroom, newly painted, only $9500 total takeover, FHA payments, $105, month! pays all, '
$300 FHA.
BEFORE YOU BUY SEE US FIRST
1941 NW 88 WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES
VETERANS & DISPLACED PERSONS $100 DOWN STREET A -

FHA CBS FINE HOMES Corner, 2 bedroom beauty, huge Fla room, carport YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
i ((1)) 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, Manor Park area. FHA terms.
$10,500 $350 down, $65.11 monthly $tOO DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
((2)) 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, Fla\ room, corner DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFYWE

$11,800, $400 down, $78.24 monthly NO QUALIFYING HOMES HAVE INCOME PROPERTIES: TOO!
((3)) 2 bedrooms,' 1 bath, Fla room, garage, comer
83rd bedroom
2001 NW Terrace 2 fenced
awn-
$12,000, $400 down, $92.61 mo. pays all. ,
((4)) 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, extra lot and pool beauty Ings. $54 month pays all.

$16,500, $600 down, $101.99 monthly.NO INCOME PROPERTY Mjj-REALt.

( ) 2 QUALIFYINGa bedroom, 1 bath, on large lot 1861 NW 42nd St. .. Almost new, 1 bedroom duplex yprT
$6,000, $1,000 down, $67.50 mo. pays all. FHA terms. '
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(b) 3 bedrooms, 1 both beauty 2377 NW 95th Terrace 'Gorgeous custombuilt POKER ;

$12,500, $1250 down, $105 mo. pays all. duplex, 2 bedroom, Fla room each side, huge ..'T'
(c) 3 bedrooms, 1 both, corner beauty <
$11 800, $1250 down, $113 mo. pays all.BeautJi..1 c closets 6 years new. 4932 m 7th AVE.yr

/. duplex. $12,800, $1250 down, $125 mo. HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWE .
WE HAVE OTHER FINE CHOICES '
I SPECIALIZE IN HOMES FOR PERSONS C ( /
CALL Carlton Realty (BROKER) BEINGDISPLACED IN URBAN REN EWALAREA, i' ,, .P194371EvilnsS .

MIAMI HOUSING PROJECTS,VETE RANS. CAL L ';rr ,Ixar3
" 635-3177 TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY. YOU'RE ONLY A : 0' i Ml vs'
PHONE CALL AWAY. i\v: 7.t. ;:
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