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Title: Miami Times
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Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: June 21, 1968
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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j College Queen MDTANTUR JET NOS MUTAMt'R IN ILLIi -. ""'- ... it "

t. WEST PALM .BEACH.Miss. Valerie will receive numer- Vol. 45, No. 43 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1968 32 PAGES 15 ;:

Valerie Laverne Dicker- ous awards and prizes includ- :

son, a senior at San Jose State ing a trip to Europe,a new car

College, was,crowned queen in and a complete wardrobe, but Car Hits Building During Drag Race

the 14th annual National Col- most important of all is the
lege Queen pageantbereMoi- honor to be selected the 1968
Four teen-agers wee killed and three others are in critical Bowlin said the car had been control, careened off the South
day National
College Queen. condition,after their car crashed during a 100mileanhourThe going west on NW 54th Street, shoulder of the road and
Miss Dickerson, the first For the Best Foods Cook-In, car went out of control and rammed through a concrete when, someone west of 27th smashed Into the muffler shop

Negro: to appear as a finalistin each of the college queens had wall of a muffler shop at 2450 NW 54th Street. Avenue, it started to drag- ending half in and half out of
the contest, represented to a main dish froma
California. She Is the daughter recipe prepare supplied to them and Metro traffic homicide Graham, 19, of 5814 NW 12th race with a 1959 Mercedes the concrete wall.

of Lt. Colonel and Mrs. decorate a cake using their squad Sgt. D. P. Bowlin said, Ave. A fourth, Mary Mitchell, Benz in which four people were Bowlin estimated the car
"it looked like there'd be an 15 of 1027 NW 63rd St. died riding.
William 0. Dickerson of own imaginative..creativity in was doing 90 miles an hour at
Riverside.A the cake.'designanddecora- explosion Inside the building. Monday of injuries sustained" in i; Deputy Constable Danny LI- the point of impact.

senior at San Jose, she tions. Judges were a panel of Fragments of the car were the accident. nares, who was checking store

majored is.Journalism men distinguished in diversified ' embedded In the walls. fronts, said the cars rana Linares' reported that the
In critical condition are the other car paused briefly at the
radio and television braod- food fields, ,including a '."Pve seen some accidents, traffic light at the2'7thAvenueIntersection.
driver of the 1962 convertible scene,, then sped 'off. No one
casting. He estimated
1 cook book author,broadcaster taut JAis>one take.the'. cake:
18 of 7600 got out to investlgage.Linares '
Bernard Drlesson
about 100
Valerie. aJourna- they were doing
'and food columnist. ,
;llsm a newspaper Iiieady'were.RuthieMae.' .NW Hth Ave.;s Ed Spa11ldlng, ; '" . _said be' chased the car tor , ,:,
1t i Departmental i Scholar*; . *. .. '" ...** 'v v* ,: : ; ot.miles,an bout' 'i
ship, .awarded'. for showing The! Annual National College lfcrrto; i46M4W'HW! 69th 7lot'IZ90-'NW SSth,Stj;, and U,** "* ;j' i. " ,. .three or four*blocks, then decided ';'

1 professional promise and ex- Queen pageant is planned to St.; Fae Ellen Bridges, 14, of Deyansa Sturrup, 17, of 5281 ,When they got to 24th Ave., to return to the scene of :

ceHence in college journa- select and honor'America'smost '1475 NW 56th St.; and Robert NW.13th Ave. the Driessen, car went out of the accident.

lism. outstanding college girl.It .

She was also named to the is neither a beauty pagent, Metro Take OverMetro [WSIDE THE, :TIMES .
Dean's List; served on the nor a genius contest. The finalists Approves Poverty 'Bethel?( :iA"; '. ,I ""'.','. .:"'\ :", .,27.." .

Radio-TV news staff, as coeditor one from each of the 50 Bondu. 9', J
for "Spectrum News;" states, are selected for their Commissioners have approved the take over of the said *the state'would support f 4 I Broward Briefs ,\j

does a five-minute daily,news scholastic achievement, cam- local anti-poverty agency, the Economic Opportunity Program Metro's takeover of the local ,',Business Directory 29 ,I
the radio
program on campus pus leadership and community Inc poverty program, I Chatter ,6 ,
station. She is also a freelance service. The Commission, decided Monday to approve the take ?
"We would consider it a Churches 24'Z5"
r feature writer for her
over despite repeated warnings that the program under the '
During the Pageant girls said ,Classifieds 1(31
college newspaper.The county could create moreprobjems for Metro. positive move, .;" ',
22,000 students at San participate in a series of com- "We believe Dade's Metrohasa ,*,Deaths c'>, 22.23: ;

Jose State elected her as their petitive events and are judgedon "I hope you realize we're U Metro's application is approved lot of very competent people : :Editorials '::' "''',114('

1968 Homecoming Queen. As many ,aspects of campus, opening up a big can of the transfer must take who could handle the program Entertainment ,' ';,,',;, 9.'.

part of the Cornerstone Pro- career and home life. They worms,' said Commisslner place on or before .Feb 1, ." Hayes :':: ': 5A
discuss such subjects as edu- Alex Gordon. 1969., ..tJone's, i\ 5..'f .'
ject, she lived in Bedford- Bax added that Kirk was not IH : .'
cation current events art Legal Services .. ', ,
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Stuyvesant ghetto Brooklynand James Bax, the director of Interested in assuming controlof : "
literature fashion and The local has had ,
ca program Littles 6
was a Congressional Intern Gov. Claude Kirk's office of the program, as had been '. ,'
In Washington reers. its share of problems in Dade. ',Ossofer 4' .,I
Economic reported earlier, .
Miss Dickerson.holds membership Their Intelligence plus their Many poor people voiced their Opportunity >.''Real Estate ':,." .301'

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in poise
Theta Sigma phi, personality good .
the national journalism grooming all are considered.The administration at a public f -Wi ,;Society ; 61:;"
hearing June 4 and said Eastern Hire Train .' :,. '
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ciety for women, and Delta highest accumulativescore they j Sports . ,;,i",Zq'':> ".
Sigma Theta sorority. achieved in the events would have more confidence in : E 'Sweeting ,, .

She would like to go into TV determined the 1968 National Metro handling the program. 200 Disadvantaged) i! Washington .' ,' :/I'1,,{.29' ;::: 'I

College Queen. ,
upon graduation. County Manager Porter :.

Homer pointed this out when is now the firstto Miami Gets
Eastern Airlines signed a groups, among
Hudson Wins Top HonorsIn Commissoner Harold Greene two-year,' contract with the extend job opportunities to
said it didn't that Metro $68,136 For
I seem many '''of the unemployed who i
had searched hard enough in an U. S. Department of Laborcovering have been left far behind," Mr.
Creative Writing ContestThree effort to find alternatives. remedial training for Norwood said. MaNpower .'

560 disadvantaged, unemployed Marvin C. Amos,Eastern's
freshmen anda Green felt that local has
Barry govern- persons Eastern pledged -
director of said the
junior won top honors in ment should not get involvedIn to employ as part of its .company and personnel the Departmentof William U, Norwood, regional -
Creative: Writing Contest the operation of the poverty commitment to the National Labor will share the cost of for manpower the
sponsored by Herbert Sobel program. He suggested Alliance of Businessmen program U. S. Department
in the
training participants
of Labor, said that U. S. Sec-
contest the and wouldbe
Associates. The con- program county .
program to qualify for permanent -
of Labor Willard Wirtz
ducted at Barry College the better off if the poor people William Norwood, Regional jobs with the airline.Both retary
has announced of the
American Jewish Committee themselves controlled the Manpower Administrator, Atlanta blue collar and white collar approval
is designed who in Miami to allocation of $68,136 in Fed-
\' on interfaith relations, program. was sign
available for them he
jobs are '
eral funds for ,
to arouse Interest and the contract for the Depart- a Manpower
concern regarding Christian- Homer assured him that the ment of Labor, said the con said. Development and Training Act I,

Jewish relations: public hearing had attested to tract, valued at $2,032,000, is Under the program, named (MDTA) p Jet for Dade ;, a

Carole Hudson, a junior, this, but said the poor felt the largest in the Southeastern "Operation Opportunity' by County Association for \

majoring chemistry,was \ '" Metro should take control of states and the first airline the airline, Eastern will em- tarded Children, Miami, {'

t awarded first prize for her ; the program. contract of national scope. ploy 250 during the first yearof training purposes. Re'I'}
"Under the adults the contract and 310 duringthe The Miami association .
essay entitled, "The Inner "II Greene and Gordon reluctantly program, J
Conflict;" second prize was .. . . voted for the trans- who are normally considered second year. Approximately train 60 unemployed and ,
::'; \ 'h unemployable due to lack of 200 of the 560 will be deremployed workers for
awarded to Deborah Wirges, .. ',' fer along with five other com
0" " employed in Miami 100 of 58 weeks meat cutters I-
freshman; majoring in missioners education, training or job experience as ,
French, for her poem, "The Maria T. Hernandez, fresh- will be given an opportunity them the first year. Others wrappers, and handlers. r f
Vanishing Point;" third prizeto man and biology major. The next step for Metro will to attain a meaning- will work in 16 of the major On-the-job training under ':'

Mrs. Catherine DeMeo,an- Mr. Herbert L.Sobel,donorof be to prepare a preliminary ful place in society,1 Mr.Nor cities Eastern serves. MDTA is arranged by the Man- I

other freshman majoring in the $1,250 In awards for the transition plan which must be wood said. Initially, employees will power Administration, U. S., ,

sociology, for her essay, next four years, attended the acted on by the Office of Economic "It is especially gratifying participate in a prevocationalprogram Department of Labor, in cooperation -

"Breaking the Barrier and a Barry College.Honors Day Opportunity in Wash- that Eastern, a leader In pro- to help the m ad)1st to with theStateEmployContinued -

fourth prize was awarded to Ceremony ington by Nov. 1. viding jobs for minority a working environment. ( on Page 3)

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I mean you can live here for millions and millions of years

and ,you will .see the same place, same time, and same situation..

It's. just like time stops here."

A quote from a resident__of_ _a.Gary.. .. Indiana_ slum, before_.k,..... ._the__United*._'..-...-.,, States.. ... Commission MBKMMff fc ilSft3yyiJ86? 8 on,r Civil Rights. }.<<.

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most degrading experience.And and outside the slum. White and Negro whatever you do, you, in your own way,
alike, For the job will take years and can help. And you can begin today.
slowly, but visibly, the sickness of cost billions. But concerted action-
these slums is becoming the now-can effective. For the very For suggestions/ about kinds of
',I sickness of our cities. cities that are suffering most have at constructive action you, your business, r .
their command human and economic religious, social, or civic organization :'." :;' '.
Look at the figures. One third of thiscountry's resources unequalled anywhere can take, send for the free booklet, ,; "
jobless are concentrated in else in the world. "Whose Crisis? . .Yours." :
I our cities' slums. 47 % of these

families are on welfare. any wonder It's everyone's problem.That's why we Institute of Life Insurance: '*f':" f
.. then that so much crime and disease ask everyone to act directly and 277 Park Avenue "''1''.' <
is bred there? vigorously in this crisis. Help is neededto New York, N.Y. 10017 .'.::::;*':":\; .. ,,' ', "'
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hiring practices, to participate in ..:. ..
our slums. It's a job that must rest community programs of health :'.. : ,: ,_' :.t, '
primarily with government. But it's a and education.As .
job that also needs the help of business

businessmen, we are dismayed at
the economic consequences shouldwe
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network June 24, 25,and 26. ? 10-11P.M..E.D.T. Check your TV listings for local time and channel. :': .-' .:.:." ..:, .,;,'

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Discrimination; .

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The Miami City Commission has banned '
discriminatory organizations general membership, or
from leasing city property, despite lengthy objections filling of club vacancies by lot
from some boating clubs. if there are too many appli-
City Commissioner M. Athalie Range said that since admit. cants.It .
tance to both clubs was based on nomination by present members I
there was a tndency towards at least unconscious racial provides for terminationof
discrimination. leases of city property for

"Very probably thepersonswho Though both men said they'endorsed any organization not complying
are members of your club the philosphy of the with the ordinance.The .

are not closely related in ordinance, they said it was unnecessary new law, however,does IiJIA4 .lt .
friendship to any Negroes,and since their clubs not affect such functions initiation y4.M tS
the Negroes then very well did not practice discrimi- rites or other rituals

might not become members nation anyway. conducted by any s e c r e t organization ,
because your friends don't The ordinance provides for in a city building it j
know them and aren't aware of acceptance into the clubs by a is using for a short time by a ; 4'f;
their interestes in boating simple majorityvote of the permit. )S f
she said.
Miami -----Ir- pry a .1 ,. i s
The Outboard Club \
and the Miami Yacht Club,
Separate Credit Unions For
both of which are headquartered -
on leased city property on
Watson Island, protested the Black, Whites ExposedThe What a pleasant surprise!Mrs. Woodrow/ Greene (center) found she was the guestof I
clause which said they had to honor at a farewell party, given by her employers, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Halpert, ,
open five percent of their City if Miami has maintained separate and une- in the Gigl Room of the Fontainebleau Hotel.
membership annually. qual credit unions for its black and white public works She is shown receiving an inscribed silver tray expressing the thanks and good
"The purpose of this ordi- employees, it was learned this week. I,
wishes of Buddy and Charlotte Halpert for her 18 years of service.
nance is to destroy private The Miami Colored Employes Credit Union, foundedin
clubs I 1952 by Negro workers who were barred then as they
on public property,
1HiJi! ass l.ItI _
said attorney Reginald W11-j are now, from the all-white public Service Employes is iripMi s !' .- .

liams, a member of the MYC. Credit Union, pays 1.5 per cent less interest on savings
"We've too accounts than its white counterpart. When Bernyce Greene tooka up to the Green's at 911 NW' devotion all these years."
got mem-
bers already," said many Richard City Commissioner Athalie Range said she would request job at Hal port's Trophies 57th Street in a 1968 Lincoln He sighed as he tenderly
Taylor of the Miami Outboard the city attorney to check into the matter today and 'way back in 1950, she never Continental. Things looked maneuvered the big limousine ;
Club. "This business of clos- seek a full-scale Investigation of the credit unions atThursday's dreamed it would all end the strange. Bernyce knew the back to the rental agency. \
commission way it did. Halpert's usually drive their "The place will never be the
(today's) meeting.
ing new members by lot is Just
absurd." "If these are the facts,' she said, "r 11 move in to For one thing, she worked C h evv Ie. Then, when they' same. There's only one Ber-
solve the problem immediately" her way up from clerical drove to Miami Beach, and nyce. We'll miss her."

No one denies that Negroes are barred by the Public worker to office manager. walked into the Gigi Room at ,

Gets $68,136Continued Service Employees Credit Union. Through hurricanes, illness, the Fontainebleau Hotel, and, wh. In the world '
and all the usual minor crises all other "Any r
were applauded by
"Quite a few Negroes are trying to join now, said you want to go"Tll'Kt7
she never missed a day. Halpert employees the sur
Mrs. Marie Loftus, its manager. "We have to recom-
( from page 1) "When tafT
customers call-
prise was complete.
mend that they go to the M.C.E. credit uni n. As long as
ment Service.'The on-the-job they hold their charter, we'll honor their' membership ed they all waited to that NOMOBEAT"Your
training is given by private Industry field and won't invade it,' she continued.But friendly-voice gal, Bernyce, After a warm and congenial
with the Federal Gov- what happens when a Negro doesn't want to join because she had a real knackof evening, the hosts presented rd4WEL
ernment reimbursing for instructor the M.C.E. union? putting' fblfcj sat, ease,. and Bernyce with an inscribed sil- 7 21/2640
fees and instructional "Well," answered Mrs. Loftus, "Then we have quitea making them feelamjibimnt: ," ver tray and "going away'
materials only. The trainees battle." said Buddy Halpert check and there were affectionate Neighborhood( Travel

receive wages, paid by the employer She said the Negro still won't get in under the termsofa Now, when it was"timo" for hugs and congratulations Agenh" \
her to leave she and her husband from all her. friends.
during the period of 'l11.\deD ,
verbal agreement 1952 and recorded in the A. noor to you as your
training. credit union's minutes.. Woodrow admitted they telvpheno.!' Glvo us a' coll.Wo n)\
Norwood said nearly all on- Credit unions for pblfcej fife and finance-welfare'dejfcpartments } 'felt pretty dad iabut it all. It was awonderful party"Buddy' deliver. 1104 NW 3rd ',
the-Job trainees continue to The big surpris ame when said:' "We cherish our Are. FR 9-8451.. Chat. C.
are open to Negroes. All pay 6 per cent interest North, Manager.
work for theemployer who while charging only 3/4 per cent a month on the Buddy and Mrs.Halpert pulled friendship, and appreciate her
trained them. Further information balance loan interest. Both public works unions chargethe

concerning apprenticeship maximum 1 per cent.The white union pays 5 per cent .
and on-the-job train- interest, the Negro group 3 1/2 per cent.
ing can be had from the Man- Mrs. Patricia Thomas, manager of the M.C.E.union, FOR THE FINEST, HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONS
power Administration, Room said that while the group doesn't want to remain all-Ne-
740, 1371 PeachtreeStreetNEAtlanta gro, it does want to remain. AT MODERATE RATES "CALLBONDED

Georgia 30309. www

l When I take a case, I thoroughly Chair May I. .

study the background.Events I

happening years before Be fate I'I' . I

can win a day in court."

Of 54

Maybe that's why I picked ;- AGENCY '

Gordon's London Dry Gin. RAIFORD. If the courts S ,
'/ allowed Gov. Claude Kirk to
Good English background. keep his campaign promise,to .

Dry the way I like it.99 execute all condemned men, (? \
seven Dade Countians wouldbe
Charles E. Lloyd Attorney, Advisor to the Slauson-Washington enroute to the electric '%f r, THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND
Coordinating Council Counselor rho Bank Finance..Aclviior to Operation "
Bootstrap is one ol the most successful young lawyers in Iho SouthwtM chair. MANAGEMENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATING f
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;' Officials estimate it would IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES
a o;< take more than a year to clear
s s 3y ; ; death row today at the rate of A fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for
one execution a week. tenants convenienceA
Death row was suffering \
from over-population in Jan- community recreation center for teenagers and adults. "rent i
uary, 1967, when Kirk took of- free," furnished and alrcondltlon.d for your comfort and enjoyment.A .

.: fice, and since then no one has public relations department to assist'you with your problems.
been executed in Florida.
There have been no executionsin Tenants concern will stopvandalismondreducetliecostofhousing.,

Florida since 1964, and the
jjj ; number of condemned men has I MAIN OFFICE
continued to increase. '
4 Kirk then vowed toclear 4150 NW 7th Avenue 759.8733

4 death row, and he came to the 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locko MU 8-0617,
ko : F v. prison's and shook hands with CE 5-3553
N E 20848 South Dixie Hwy., Ridge-
each condemned'man But last
on April 13, 1967, U. S. Dis.. 605 NW 7th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-3357

trict Judge William A. MacRae 1163 NW 3rd Avenue FR 3-8416 t
of Jacksonville issued of
a stay
w.ORDONY. 3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HI 5.1381
execution order for all man on
death row. The stay is still in 512 NW 1st Ave., Hallandale 'WA 7.2434

effect. 339 Hammondvi lie Rd., Pompano WI 3-2434
Prison officials said death
row was originally built for six
prisoners, there are 54 now. HON. L. L., BROOKS, President
1' ,. aDlsnuro But with the recent Supreme GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager ,;
l. LONDoNDNY GIN Court held that a person can- CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director I,

Gordon s Cm.created . not be excluded from :servingon
London England in 1769, w rasa.+.t
a Jury merely because he
" Its the biggest seller in Cngland II life others live better too." L. L. Brooks
better must -
, America and the world is opposed to capital punish . .If I am to enjoy a I
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weWSSffi To Be EqualBy

Whitney Young, Jr. Rustin 1 t
Office: 6530 NW 15th Ave., Miami, F'33147-Phone: 691.0421 Executive Director Jd' : {

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher National Urban League '
GARTH C. REEVES,. Managing Editor Speaks
STANLEY I. SWEETING Theatrical' Editor -
National Advertising Representative IS AMERICA A CIVILIZED NATION? - .

Amalgamated Publishers, t Inc.: The brutal assassination of Senator Robert F. Kennedy,coming NOW KENNEDY: THE BILL MOUNTS HIGHER
310 Madison Avenue N.w'York, N. Y. 10017 so soon after Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr's murder, bled :-*
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association civilized nation.
2400 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 many people to question whether wearea know what to makeof Within two months two Americans who exemplified the best
People in other countries especially, don't
SUBSCRIPTION their country stands for-- or should stand for--and wbo work-
ONE YEAR 5.00 RATES America. create a climate of justice, civility, and moral
SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 object to being ed to sanityin
of They
Of course this a lot people.
the world have been brutally destroyed by one of the
Entered Second Class told that their is sick. They prefer burying their headsin very
as Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post country to eradicate.
sought '
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 the sand and pretending that these killings,and other recent evils they
". assassinations isolated incidents committed by Much of the moral upheaval and restlessness now going on
political are
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" in the world and in America is a justified revolt against con-
The ,EGRO PRESS believes insane individuals.
that America best lead
the world from racial and national antagonism when it accords But that argument won't hold water. Why were these men ditions which are no longer acceptable and against certain outmoded -
to every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human killed and why did these assassinations take place now? Sure- authorities which are no longer either relevant to the
and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-the Negro we'have sick individuals to realities of the new age or responsive to the aspirations of a
Press to look the particular
strives ly
". to help every man In the firm belief that all men beyond which has right to be considered
are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. find the sickness in our society. young generation every a vital
One place to look for the disease of murder is in our historic and legitimate constituency of the age
preoccupation with violence.This must be one of the few placesin Robert: Kennedy and Martin Luther King understood this
le Editor otebooh the world where almost anyone can pack a pistol with no deeply, and gave responsible, inspiring and high moral leader-
questions asked. Our murder rate is oae of the highest in the ship to the new feeling and the new aspiration, as well as to
world. the demand in our own country for a just, nonviolent and open

OUR POVERTY PROGRAMMetro And our history is founded on violence. Black people especially society for all.
have felt the sting of violence, from the crack of the The tragic removal of these two men, at this time, from

Commissioners have decided to take over Dade's War overseer's whip, through the days of lynch law,and right up to the American scene reveals the problems crises that plague -
on Poverty Program, at least to control it.This means loss of the present time. While Jefferson wrote that "all men are our society in the starkest relief. Both msn were deeply
of committed to the elimination of poverty In a land of such
power from the privately conducted E. O. P; I. program. created equal" and that they are endowed with the rights
At a hearing many poor people expressed their dissatisfac' "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness," he and other plenty. Both men were dedicated to peace and, to the restrainedand
tion and said they would have more confidence in Metro handl- Founding Fathers held black men in the bondage of slavery. moral exercise of American power abroad. Both mon understood -
ing the operation. Another strain in our history is the toleration of injustice. the human wastefulness of violence and the folly of

Commissioner Harold Greene said it didn't seem that Metro Only few people join the Klan and burn houses, but millions utilizing violence in a democratic and humane society as the
had searched hard enough for other alternatives. The local of others turn away and refuse to notice their acts today, chief instrument for social and moral change. Both understoodand

government should not get so involved in running a program Americans tolerate terrible injustices like overcrowded ghet- supported the absolute necessity for,the total freedom of
which was meant to have more control by the poor peoplthemselves. tos job discrimination, exploitation of the poor by schools and black Americans. Both were in touch with the alienation of
estoreowners, and widespread poverty. Toleration of injustice A mar i can youth, black, and white, and their demands to be

Commissioner Alex Gordon predicts extra work and head- leads to more injustice, and to new brutalities.The involved in the shaping of a new and more just society. Both

aches. He thinks they are opening up a big can of worms. killers of President Kennedy, Senator Kennedy,and Dr. were fully aware of the risks they ran and the penalities they
The director of Governor Kirk's office of Economic Oppor- King may have been sick men At the very least they were faced for trying to work against the current American moral"

tunity said the state would support Metro's takeover of the local alienated men u menwhohadnostakeinour society, men who grain. And yet both men, believing as Kennedy did that "man
poverty program. felt left out and different. Our society does that to people. was not ma de for safe havens,"accepted the risks and paid the

It's discouraging to even think that it is impossible to find Never was there a richer country,but never was there a country penalties as a price for trying to make a difference in their
capable persons among us to handle the poverty program. which created so many rootless, discontented people. time and for striving to show mankind that it can be better that
The three victims were all trying to change that society. it is.
They were symbols of a new day, a day when brotherhood would We do not have enoueh of such men.And one wonders whether
OLD GLORYThe be universal, and when our values would be more concerned a country which it cost so many decades to rear such af-

with hum*n beings and less concerned with m:.king things and ,fir mltive and humane spirits can afford the destruction of two
Twenty-eighth annual convention of the National News money. of the best of them within the short span of sixty days. Either

paper Publishers Association, meets in New York City this Because these men stood for change and were symbols ,of,anew answer to this question is frightening;and that may well be one
weekend. John H. Murphy m, is president. .society struggling to be born from the old, they became of the truest measures of the crisis we are in.
Friday, June 14, was Flag Day, If correct,Old Glory wouldbe lightning rods for the discontent and unhappiness produced in But while these were men for all good seasons and all moral
191 years old. That's something to be proud of, isn't it? such abundance by our present system. So they were killed, causes, their loss will be felt must severely by the new young
World Book Encyclopedia says the stars and stripes stands and their fellow countrymen hang their heads in shame. American generation, struggling to win their total freedom
for the land, the people, the government, and the ideals of the But shame and gult aren't enough. It's not enought to feel and privileges as American citizens; and by the black and
United States, no matter when or where it is displayed.: sorry, or even to feel worried about this wave of political assassinations. white poor who at this very moment are petitioning the President -
Most of us should have a flag and fly it whenever occasions We have to do something about it and lighting and the Congress for an equitable share in the great affluence
demand. a few laws and giving greater protection to candidates isn't of American society.To .

enough.We feel and express a deep fear for the future of our democracy
LONG TIME COMINGThis have to change the institutions in our society to bring is not to sound a melodramatic alarm. For if all those
justice to all, and to place a greater emphasis on people. Our who represent the hope and the chance for moral and racial
week we read with interest that after much discussion values will have to become people-oriented rather than nu- reconciliation as well as the demand for social justice in

for and against the Supreme Court of the United States held chine-centered. We've got to become a more humane society America' if all these men are removed, then we are creating
seven to two that an 1886Civil Law bars all racial dim and stop tolerating and
Rights brutality injustice. a no man's land which the armies of extreme reaction and ex-
crimination, private as well as public, in the sale or rental of We can start bringing equality to a 11 our citizens. Ami i- trenw despair may well rush in to fill.
property. ca's greatest historic injustice has been its refusal accept With each
assassination,the bill for moral and social changein
Congress meant exactly what it said,Justice Potter Stewartwrote black people on an equal basis. By wiping! out poverty and end- America mounts higher and higher. The question i is when
in the court's far reaching decision.. The reconstruction ing racism we can start the
long journey towards making will America be ready to mike good on this debt. And <. far
period law reaches both private and public action, the America a decent society. ,
more serious question is whether: it will mike good before the
court said and its enactment held to be valid Dr. King and the two
by Congress was Kennedy brothers are dead, but their bill mounts still higher, and before the armies move into the
exercise of Congressional power. dreams and visions of a new more and
humane world
no nun's land from which mon like Robert Kennedy and Mar-
The 1866 law provides that all citizens of the United States are still alive.PHIL.. .
- tin Luther King have been eliminated.
shall have the same right in every state and territory as is violently

enjoyed by white citizens thereof to inherit purchase, lease,

sell, hold and convey real and personal property.It .
was Invoked by Joseph Lee Jones a Negro and his wife Bar- City Credit Unions SeparateAnd
bara Jo who is white, when they were barred from buying a
home in the Raddock Woods Subdivision outside of St. Louis. While attending the National League asacommunity organizer -
As a result the court 102 years after the 1 law was passed, Baha'i Convention in Wil- and director of cen- Unequal
ruled for the first time on its full scope and its constitution- mette, Illinois, recently, had ters. In Danville, Illinois, she
ality. the great pleasure of meetinga organized and directed the
Many whites
wonder why there is so much frustration
of in should last be distinguished community Laura Lee
The question segregation housing at one Fellowship House unrest
among the black to do
people of Ami'rica.All they have
Mrs. Juliette B. Bu- and
to be numered among things forgotten. was instrumental in bring is look at the
Hope is like the cork to a net, which keeps the soul from ford. Mrs. Buford is the Exe- ing about integrated program: works-- wrong perpetrated by the City of Miami public

sinking in despair; and fear, like the lead in the net, which cutive Director of the North for adults and teenagers in the for the last maintaining 16 two separate and unequal credit unioas
keeps it from floating in presumption.- Watson. Am ican Baha'i Officer for Danville YWCA. It years.
Human Rights (NABOHR), un- revealed this week that since 1952 the Miami Colored
ORIDINATION OF DEACONThe der whose au s pic e s fifteen This busy lady has been the Employes) Credit Union has existed along with its white
conferences on human rights recipient of numerous awards counterpart! the public Service Employes Credit U.11on.
Rt. Rev. James L. Duncan, D.D., Suffragan Bishop of are be ing he Id this month and c ita Hons.Among these, What makes it worse is that these conditions have existed
the Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Florida will ordain to throughout continental United she was named Citizen of the right under the nose of the city, who perhaps condoned the situation
the office of Deacon Richard Barry, at the Church of the Incarnation State, Hawaii,Alaska and Can- Year by the Prince Hall Grand by its inaction.
1835 NW 54th Street. The Rev.A.Tyrrel Dear, vicar ada. Included in these is the Masonic Lodge, Woman of the Its past timr. to right some of these wrongs which have been
on Saturday morning, June 22 at ten o'clock. Miami conference on "Prejudice Year in 1964 by the Chicago I existing for the last 100 years it is hypocritical fr whiesto
The Rt. Rev. Richard Beaman Martin, D.D., Suffragan of and Human Rights' whichis tender, and she was cited by I sit back and let segregated unions and conditions such as
Long Island, acting for the RT.Rev.the Bishop of South Florida being held tonight and tomorrow the Mayor: of Chicago in 1966 I this continue to exist without making any effort to correct it.

will ordain Joseph Kenneth Major,Jr., to the office of Dea- (June 21 and 22))at the as a member of the Chicago Only, with each of us, black and white, actively seeking out
con in St. Phillips Church, 334 McDonough Street Brooklyn, Sheraton-Four AmbassadorsHotel. : Hall of Fame for her outstanding ,wrongs and making sincere, honest attempts correct them,
t New York, at 10 o'clock in the morning on Saturday the twenty- services to the comm.inity.I will this nation truly be equal for all
ninth of June, 1968. I -,

t Deacon Major will serve as an assistant of the Rev, A. Mrs. Buford, a members of Mrs.was Buford thrilled to hear that
Tyrrell Dear at the Church of the Incarnation, 1835 NW 54th the Trustee Board of Benedict our conference will be honoring Your
with her
Street Miami. presence
College, Columbia, South this weekend. :
Miami is
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By Booker T. 118 esWHAT'S \/ \

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Last Monday night on a nationwide television program, a I
Negro girl was elected the most outstanding college girl In the : 'tIY" ) I

nation. The Interest of such a program was evident by Its nationwide tr1EDGER c 2
coverage. It strikes me rather '
funny that a program 11ERS ir. ,.
having such wide Interest could only be considered second rate .
news In our dally Miami Herald.The space alloted the resultsof l' ,, .4. I

the contest was placed In virtual obscurity, the back pageof 1 ? 1
section C. The nationwide coverage on television compares
the program In scope with that of the Miss America and Miss

Universe contest, and should therefore receive the same unrestricted r'ILWzZO
coverage. The winner was decided much earlier r, ,1GOQDMAN; SCHWA aMElt .. ,
than we have waited for the results of the Miss America or the
Miss Universe contest and therefore should have presented no
problem as to the news deadline. JAMES ;
I don't know who nude the decision placing this news whereit

was found, but they have created a furious response from
many of Miami's thinking Negroes. We view it as another attempt -
to whitewash Negro achievement, and we find it rather
unaccepted at this time. We feel reasonably sure of the fact fr J tgfr
that a Negro being named the winner had no bearing on the de

cision, but It will be Interesting to hear the explanation given.I \ fel A V / '. 1J .
can still visualize the picture carried on the front pajje of tc; ,' t1.UTNER {: a SEN.RO'6ERj ',' .r

the Miami Herald of Miss Sylvia Hitchock on her successful
campaign as a beauty In the Miss America? ? ? Contest ? ? ?
It was of the 5 by 7 variety and in living color.
Actions such as this tend to alienate the different factions

of the community rather than create a spirit of unity. At no ; .,.... '
other time has the Negro youth needed or desired more examples .), : ...: ,
of honest, unassisted Negro achievement The inde- .: : .';

pendence surge is greater among our young Negroes of today '7'., VICTIMS OF "VIOLENCE IN THE STREETS" . .1 *%< &'. :
than it was among any of our precious generations. The suppression .
of news or other information that might contributeto
such a movement Is considered sabotage. When news suchas I
"I i i"H'! ni I ( cr'\o\lU : LET'S
this, that might serve as an Inspiration to other Negroesis ; .
treated lightly it shows how far behind the present moodof (OPPORTUNITY) () Legal

thinking some people really are. people who by virture of fl" LJTALK
the prestege of their positions should know. ServicesHY
Contestants from 49 of the 50 states competed,and the win- r POLITICS
ner, quite by accident? happen to be the only Negro competing. : Leo Adderly,
The significance of such an achievement should make it more i. Center Attorney BY NORMAN E.JONES
than second class copy, and the fact that Negro could accom- .
plish so much Is added incentive. We knowher: margin of vic-
tory had to be of outstanding proportions for her to even be Stop-And-Frisk Laws Hate For Profit"These

considered as the winner. This is why when a Negro wins an
honor, we know it has been earned The margin of victory must age old hates brought from the old world In the hearts,
leave no room for doubt or controversy. The victory must be Stop-and frisk laws have been very controversial; and minds customs, traditions and habits from the very first colo-
in the words of the expert "clean cut." thought by most lawyers to be unconstitutional the past as nist, continuously by every immigrant through the current wave i
I am of the opinion the knight newspapers Inc., can offer,the violatlve of the United States Constitution's protection against of "political refugees,' to the new world,as colonies of Euro- \
citizens of Dade County and the community at large some 'more 'unreasonable searches I ': :and because; i in most frisk pean countries, as a colony of Great Britianand as a separate I
realistic editing. The newspaper represents one of the most situations, the policeman"would stop a'person' whom he "sus- independent nation of the United States of America..
available sources of news anywhere. The tone of a newspapercan pected" but could not legally arrest "probable cause" Thus these embers of hates and prejudices of every kind and

usually be determined by reading its copy and studying its nature nationalistic, race, religious, circumstance of birth,
choice of issues. Rarely do we find impartial coverage of the Last week, however, the United States Supreme Court ruled dress, customs, traditions, language, culture, sex, caste, vo-
news. Depending on the views of the reader it usually appearspro that the policeman can stopand r is k (search)suspicious cation etc., brought to the new world by the early colonists,
or con to particular issues. The day has passed when the looking people on the street for weapons.The Court, however, have been kept burning by every succeeding immigrant heap.
appearance of a Negro on the front of the morning paper was set specific guidelines for the police to follow In conductingsuch ing on more fresh "coals' until these"embers" have becomoa
considered an affront by a majority of the white readers. Peo- searches, and limited them to the following circumstances . conflagration engulfing total,Americana.
ple who will take the time out to read the newspaper do so in : (1)) Where the policeman fears for his safety and/or; Following the natural law of supply and demand, there has
search of news. They represent the interest faction of society. ((2)) Where he fears for the safety of others and he believes become such an abundance of hates and prejudices saturatingthe

I think its tim! our large circulated newspapers realize'that criminal activity may be afoot. The Court, also, pointed out "domestic market" that America now has such an abon-
customers no longer by papers to protect them from the ele- that while the policeman need nothave "absolute belief that dance of "hates prejudices" that such has become its chief
ments. They buy them in quest of the facts behind the news. the suspect is armed, neither can he act merely on a hunch or export product, to all parts of the known world, as evidencedby
When news such as this contest with $10,000 prize value is vague suspicion. An arrest under the latter clrcum:;tances the terrorism against every American embassy and every
made second rate news, we wonder if something isn't wrong. might well be declared illegal, because of the constitutional American consulate in every corner of the globe.
We wonder what has happen to the sense of unity everyone is protection against unreasonable searches and seizures. In The vitriolic venom of hate and prejudice has so pollutedthe
anxious to create. We wonder If no one really thought of the short, the court layed down a rule of reasonableness for the bloodstream and brain tissue of America that the princi-

sentiments such a move would stir up, and we wonder if they police to follow which authorizes them to detain suspects for ples upon which the founding fathers these United States of
had the least Idea it would go unprotested. questioning and search where "a reasonably prudent man in America based their motivation and justification for the armed

the circumstances would be warranted in the belief that his overthrow of the then constituted governmental authority of
safety and that of others is in danger" Great Britian is now "dangerous principles to espouse.
6 Million More Employees Tne words so generously used In the written and oral expression
I Two local municipalities,Coral Gables and Miami,have such
laws in the framing of the preable to the constitution, the
on the books which allowpolicemen to stop-and-frisk peo-
articles of the constitution the Amendments to the Constitu-
Protested Title VIIAs ,
By ple whom they have "probable.cause" to believe may be en-
tion, the Bill of Rights, the Constitutions of the Individual
gaged in criminal activity. These laws: are clearly constitu-
States to the Union- "freedom and Lib-
as they were
of July 2, the U,S. Equal average case now takes about tional, if conducted in the manner prescribed by the Supreme "
erty: have become so distorted under the heat and pressure
Opportunity 16 months to process, Alex Court.To.
of these ever growing fires o f "hates and prejudices" that
will automatically ander stated. "This volume
Commission illustrate, the police might legally stop and search per- whomsoever dares to espouse the true meanings of"freedomand
its to bound to increase as coverage
expand coverage expands threatening longer sons roaming in a neighborhood under questionable circumstances liberty"in America are subject to lynching,burning, murder -
add 195,000 employers in the early morning hours; or someone whom they assassination, murder, ostracism and defeat on election
This delays. The President's request -
25 or more employees. find on the roof of a business establishment late at night; or day by what was at one period in American history supposedto
If the
Increase of 150 ,. appropriated by
represents an a suspect who has recently fled the scene of a crime. guarantee and freedom"-free use of the "bal-
percent over the present num. Congress, would provide the lot."
ber of employers covered by additional Investigators and This additional tool for law enforcement is not, however, a -
Title Vn of the 1964 Civil conciliators needed to process power to be abused by the police, as are none of the colloft
Rights Act and extend the cases onacurrent basis as powers granted to the state. This new power cannot be used to DADE
law's protection to approxi- Congress Intended. harass citizens, as for example, by stopping people on street
mately 6 million more employees The House of Representatives corners and searching them merely because they happen to be

voted on May 28 to cut there, or because they live in a certain section of town; or by were encouraged to see the Congress taking positive action '.
EEOC Chair man Clifford L. EEOC's budget to $6.9 million going into poolrooms or nightclubs to search the patrons, as an effectuating good gun law which would outlaw long guns
Alexander Jr., this week for fiscal year 1969. excuse to go on fishing expeditions" for other things. Surely, and similar weapons gained through the malls.It .
pointed out that the expanded EEOC which administersTitle the police would not be warranted in using the stopandfriskpower
coverage gives EEOC jurisdiction VII banning job discrim'-: In these situations; because he would not have reasonto is about time Congress did something constructive in
over 328,000 employers nation based on race, color, believe that his safety, or the safety of others was in danger. -, bringing about good legislation which would be meaningful in ;;
of somo 44 million work- religion, sex or national origin The law enforcement of fleer's first duty to the public is to curtailing and stopping the shipment of guns through the mail.
and expressed concern extends its coverage to the law ;
ers protect them; not oppress those who are abiding.
over the budget cut voted In the statutory limit next month. But chile we are encouraged by Congres action, we must

House of Representatives."Unless Beginning July 2, Title VII However, searches by the police, conducted within the guide- agree with Metro Commissioner Alex Gordon that tough gun 'I'
the Senate restores covers employers of 25 or lines set forth by the court, which turn up weapons, or any registration law for Dade County Is needed.

: the Administration's budget more persons, labor organi- other evidence such -gambling slips,or narcotics can be The countywide ordinance would provide that all firearm!
request of $13.1 m'llion, zations with 25 or more mom- used in court. be registered as to owner, place of keeping, serial number,
EEOC cannot fulfill the men- bars or which! operate hiring seller and purpose of purchase ,
date of Congress as stated in halls, employment agencies I believe that all citizens in the community are for law and },
Title vn of the Civil Rights serving employers of 25 or order; and against lawlessness and violence.However, it can- We can remember Miami Times columnist Dave Bondu repeatedly
Act,' Alexander stated. more persons, and joint labor- not be overlooked that the manner in which the law is enforced, calling for such a measure and we are glad to see Mr.
"Due to the present heavy management apprenticeship to a great extent, determines the relationship between the police Gordon making the effort. Let us all hope his effort is not a

J colume ot com pia in t s,the programs and the community& futile one.

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r 1 dtmIlttd Carver YMCA Summer

. ( e Mtitjkti Day Camp Program of

JJY CLARICE LITTLES d-OCJ "Culture Through Play"
Miami Times Society Editor 4Mr
Ra mon Thornton.. program (.Fashion Modeling 1.1\111"
Ydirector 9 --V"
ODE TO SUMMERWbere'er BY PRISCILLA REDDING 0 f the Carver YMCA Riley, Charm school; Child--
1L.- Summer Diy Camp Program ren's Choir, Bertha Jackson
you walk cool gales shall fan the, lade and Mrs. Israel DBe: of Richmond Heights after are announces staff personnel and Liberty City Elementary,
Trees, where you sit, shall crowd Into a shade: ; happy to have their son, Sgt. Israel D. Benbow Jr. home In the schedule of activities for Instrumental Music, wu.
Where'er you tred, the blushing flowers shall rise three years in Germany. Sgt. Benbow served four years "Culture Through Play' beginning liam Pierce, Burkley Schoolof
And all things flourish where you turn your eyes. air-force working in communications. activities Monday, June 17, and Music, Boston, Mass.,Leon
-Alexander Pope Summer recreation at Richmond Park, summer and ending August 24th. Blan, Miami Dade;Judo,tenc.
'. Kenneth Steward, of St. Petersburg, a sophomore,received Include: Softball, baton twirling, special events tournaments, ballet The staff will consist of the ing and karate, Billy Hall,WU.(
the first Herb Rau Scholarship Fund Award. Ken Is the son off modern dance, table games,bowling,basketball, for, following: bur Coleman, and Fay Siler
: 1 Mrs. K. Loretta Sowell Walker, a retired teacher who taughtat arts and crafts, field trips, sailing, and tennis.The hours Arts and craft,Walter Mit- Miami Dade; Swimming
Dunbar Elementary. Congratulations! participation are as follows: Monday through Friday, 95 p.m. chell, Miami Dade, Vincient Manor Park and Carver staff!

Miami's loss Is Canada's gain. Alexander Wake returned I Saturday, 9-12 p.m. Nights 7-10 p.m. Smith Miami Dade; Photography Team and group games, Individual
to Miami to move his family to Canada. The family(his wife, WHAT'S HAPPENINGIn Text Ferguson, North and duel games, and
Theorra and children, Edward and Torah will leave next week.It it Dade, George Williams, Car- quiet games, Sheila Rush,
think! Not can
was a welcome home party at the home of Mrs. Lillian this day and age we must vender and ver Jr. High;Creative Modern Fanuie Jackson, Zandria
Nairn for Sylvia Whittingham of New York City on Saturday. happen in this fine and prestiage nation called the United Statesof Dance and Ballet, Coleen Mc- Moore, all of Miami Dade and
Sylvia Is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Delevoe and America, but who will be the next victim and when will an- Gee, Nor land High,Rith Wash- Clarence Myers, Morehouse,
sister of Maxine Mangham. other tradgic event take place in this modern and complex so- ington, Miami Dade; Charm Atlanta, Ga.
Reginald Clarke Wright of Tampa is vacationing with his aunt ciety that we are now living in. We say that we are civilized
and uncle, Evelyn and Herbert Williams of Brownsville. anda clvfffceo'nation that believes in equality among people.Do NAPFE HOSTS NATIONAL CONVENTIONThe
After a stay In Mercy Hospital, J. Howard Bryant Is recuperating you really think this is true? Yet and still we use the mi-
at home.REMEMBER nority groups as a scapegoart for our own lack of intelligenceand Miami Branch National tence.ami in its 55 years of exls-
Jnferloty complex.How Alliance of Postal and Federal
Be a "FRIENDLY FLORIDIAN. It may pay. The Convention
Memphis State University announced the signing Monday of can the U. S. help foreign countries gain equality and Employees and its Auxiliary with Edward Hanna Committee.
two Miami-Dade North Junior College track stars to two-year show brotherly love when this thing is launching in our great will host its National Conven- is as chairman
athletic scholarships. Charles Shrum, an AUAmericanpolevaulter country. What must it take in order for Congress to pass bills tion, August 19-24 at the Eden this,Gala making Affair great plans for
and Samuel P. Payne m, who won the national high- and laws for people to gain equality that they have long been so Roc Hotel 1 on Miami Beach. ed to attract from that is expect.
)Imp title with a 6-8 3/4 Samuel also excels In the broad denied. Mass murder, riots,assassinations,looting and steal- This is the First National Convention 800 to 1,000
Jump and triple Jump for the Falcons.He was also named most Ing. How can we spend billions and billions of dollars in Viet- of the Postal Allianceto delegates friends.
valuable player for track. Payne Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. nam when our own Congress has to argue, debate and filer- be held in the City of Mi- Clyde Young is local president
Samuel P. Payne n, 2020 NW 77th Street. buster on whether to spend $20 million on rat control in Black of ,the NAPFEare
Volunteers are needed for Girl Scout troops. ghetto. In order to live and have fair housing for everyone it
The Girl Scouts of the USA have evolved new leadertraining took the assassination of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King to wake asking to be a part of and to share some of the! prosperity
program. "The most Important adult Job In Girl Scouting," up those sleeping Americans. It took riots in Natto and other that they have so long been denied.
they say, "Is that of the troop leader,for It Is the leaders who major cities for Congress to pass a New Civil Rights Bill. It Do you really think this nation will survive all these tragic
work directly with girls. But Girl Scout leaders . come had to take the life Senator Robert Kennedy to pass restric- events, riots, killings for no apparent reasons at all? Do you
from every cultural, geographic economic and educational tions on gun Control laws. think that countries and nations will still show respect for us?
background. They come different ages and with different ex- You wonder how other nations feel toward the U. S. after Not unless, we make some drastic changes in our. form of gov
periences. How then, can training devised for aU of them so countries murdering. Well, this is what I would say: How can ernment. Not unless we can find solutions and help each other.
that each can learn what she needs, when she needs it, with- this country expect for me to show respect for them when they And if this change doesn't come God help this big rich country.
out wasting time on things she already knows?The new train- don't respect themselves,. Does this country really expect for If the situation at home doesn't change, militant leader H.
ing program builds on the hypothesis that adults learn best In me to look up to them as a leader of the poor, rich, and under Rap Brown dreams will and shall come true. His saying "We
an environment where they feel respected as self-directing human priviledge people. The anSwer is no abosolutely not. Built America up and we will burn it down.' H. Rap Brown
beings, and when they feel that what they will be what Remember the old saying, "Prosperity begins at home and yes, will and shall burn It down with hatred for our fellow man
they need that what they learn will build on what they already spreads abroad.'' We'll for the United States it has been and being prejudice.We .
know. Interested persons may call: 6915978.Dr. spreading abroad but not at home. And If you say this is not should try andfulfill some of those dreams that Senator
Charles U. Smith, a sociology professor and chairmanof true, I would tell you that you are lying, My reasons are thou- Robert Kennedy drempVbf and see that they become fulfilled
FAMU's research and athletic committees will head a panelof sands of poor people are marching to our nations capital ask- I quote Senator Robert F.Kennedys last words which means'a
three Negro sociologists Invited to the University Miamito ing for help and not a hand out. These poor people living in great deal to me and they certainly should mean a great deal
act as curriculum consul tant on American Negro culture. sqular and filth and yet this Congress would rather give them to you in your own very little special way. They were:
Other members of the panel are Dr. Daniel C. Thompson, welfare checks every month Instead,of helping these people find "Some men see things as they are . and ask why?
Dillard University, New Orleans, and Kenneth E. Marshall, a adequate Jobs in order to support their families. These people I dream things, that never were . and say why not.
New York City social worker.
Cynthia M. Brown and William V. Anderson were married
Saturday in St. Mary's Cathedral. The bride, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Brown, 1827 NW First Court, grad- .
uated from Booker T. Washington and LindseyHopkinsSchoolof 'f
Nursing. The bridegroom, son of Mrs. Mildred Anderson, S 5t
1023 NW 46th Street, graduated from Booker T. Washington .
High and FloridaA&MUniversity.Aftera trip to Nas-
sau the couple will live In Miami.
Birb Wallace Jetted to Cleveland to be at the bedside of his

brother, Edward Wallace who is gravely ill. viz.Y .
Sgt. Garfield and Claretha Barry and the six little Barnes ,d.
are home again after a stay in Pennsylvania.Claretha and the
children will live in Miami while Sgt. Barry ships out to Viet
Friends of Albert Barry are happy to know that he's outof ,
the hospital and Is recuperating at the home of his daughter, -
Florida, 7738 NW 22nd Avenue.
Get well wishes to GusR.Love at Christian Hospital; Marie
White at Mt. Sinai; Martin Simmons at Cedars of Lebanon. *
Florida Association of Women's Clubs met at West Palm C, u
Beach, Monday, through Thursday. Mrs.Alice Moore is presi-
dent. Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel
Houseguesting with Earline Rogers are Vernon and Amelia Cowlns, and friends of Miss j f
Rogers of New Rochelle, New York. Jessie "Joyce' Marie Cowins
Jetting down from the Bronx to attend his daughter's are proud to announce her recent -
(Patricia) graduation was Fred Pompey. graduation fro m Miami
Alexander Robertson made his usual trip to Florida take Carol City High School.Jessiean
Michael to Brooklyn for his summer vacation. "A-rated' student is also I
Attending the DAV and DA VA State meeting from Sgt. DanellW. a Delta Sigma Theta Sorority I
Mulllensf 39atthe Jack Tar Hotel in Clearwater were Car- Debutante of 1968.She is plan
men McLendoo, Bessie Murray, Cheryl Murray, James and ning to matriculate at SpellI I
Placile Hall, Moses and Arie Mae Clemens, Vivian Clemons, man College In Atlanta, Ga.Jobmobile I
Herman Dallas, Commander-elect Wayman Jackson, Mable"
and Edwin Rogers and Doris Williams.

Dean of Miami Tailors, G. Robert Love, is on the critical Y Proudly Tens sporting who fabulous fashions by Lory' of Edison/ C.nt.r are these thr.e lovely .
{; list at Christian Hospital. This is where the Jobmobileis conference now In are...presently. attending h. Georgia. Alabama, Florida T..n Summer
Julius T. Lee, Sliver Knight awardee and UM graduate in : proud to fc.Jkil Shelborne Hotel'' Miami' Beach' Florida.
dramatics, is now with New York Life Insurance Co. Monday, June 24, 7:30 a.m. this .7mm.r conference poulbl.! a hand 'In helping/ to raise/ the necessary fund to make
Larry, Anna and Bernard Souter, children of Mr. and Mrs. to 4:30 p.m. NW 14th Ave.and In addition' to the fabulous fashions
John (Evelyn) Souter have left the city for a two month vacation 64th S t r eel. (Liberty City of glamorous occasions shown, ob I .,
Community Center Our Fo.Monl at o"r.( /
with their aunt Mrs. Lena Lattimer of Madison, Florida. ). Fabulous Fall or. In. Come toke )
Mrs. Norman (Dorothy) Gregory took their son Anthony over Tuesday, June 25, 7:30a.m.
the weekend to Madison, Fla., to spend the summer with his to 4:30 p.m. NW 27th Ave.and
79th St., (Northside Shopping
grandmother Mrs. Ida Davis.
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Center Open to
Mrs. Enid Thompson of Nassau announces the coming marriage ). Sizes 3.20LORU'S
of her daughter, Thelma Jeanette to Mr. Michael James Wednesday, June 26, 7:30
> Wilkinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Wilkinson of Surrey, a.m. to 4:30p.m.NW12thAve.
1, England, Saturday 22, of June. Jean is the daugher of the late and 54th St. (Grandway). ) '
Thursday, June 27, 7:30 t I t9f\
The Clifford McDuffys (Iva Perry) will celebrate their 10th a.m. to4:30p.m.NW22ndAve. W-
wedding anniversary when she flies to Hawaii to share MaJ. and Bunche Park Dr. (Across *
McDuffys R&R period. This is his second tour in Viet Nam. from swimming pool). LORY'S FASHION SHOPS EVERYWHERE!
Mrs. Lillian Pleasure will leave July 10,to attend the wedi Friday, June 28, 7:30 a.m. .
ding of a niece In Ashbury Park,N.J. and will visit the Points to 4:30 p.m. NW'17th Ave. and 6112 NW 7th AVENUE )
in the East. 46th St. ( EDISON CENTER
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Fashion Wagon Minnesota

Woolen Co., is happy to announce -
the appointment of
Mrs Clarissa Smith of 626 NW
47th St. Miami, as a Fashion

Miami Tlm s Theatrical Editor Fashion Wagon was founded

LINOTYPE 52 years ago'In Duluth, Min -, 11wa
THE LITTLE RED nesota, and is the largest direct -
BOOK: The Walter (Ermalene)Cunning-
hams."'L are .inviting_ .parents. and guests to Cook's Kiddieland's seller of fabulous men,
lam annual graduation exercises to be held women, and children's cloth-
June 21 (Friday) at 8:00 p.m. in the assem', ing In the U. S. They hold the
bly room of Rainbow park elementary school Good Housekeeping GuaranteeSeal
Unable to acquire the talept of Metro of Approval on every itemin

mayor Chuck Hall (due to his mother's recent their line.Fashion w f .E
passing) Commissioner-elect Wagon is sold only
d ire.c. t to the customer
Earl Jackson Carroll will deliver the com- or aparty

mencement text for the graduation class. . plan.
James Barnes, rushed Jackson Memorial Mrs. Smith will be conduct-

last Tuesday following a hemorrhage, died the ing a Fashion Show, July 6, at
police Benevolence Asso-
Monday ayem, one week after sunerv on the -
-- ciation, 4343 NW 17th Ave.,at '
brain. And if his sister
Sneiley Barnes of PEPPER
hurry Dunedin down.should read about it here, the family'wants IVERN you to 8 p will be a fund rais- Graham Get Honorary Doctorate From FMC 1

er for the Pastor's Aid Club
of the Church of God in Christ Rev. Edward T. Graham, organization by a small group at NW 156th St. and LeJeune
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Carmetta Cash-Brown and son Paul and a a/c of the sales pastor of the Mt. zion Baptist of dedicated Baptist ministersto
off to LBJ yule DC to visit her sister and brotherinlaw the to the said organization.Mrs. go Church and chairman of the the current advisory board Rd. and currently consists of

Paul (Eugenia) Stubblefields . The William (Bill) Frysonsshe's Smith will be showing Board of Trustees for Florida which consists of 200 promi- fourteen buildings including a
( Janie ) celebrating their first anniversary of wedded the latest fall fashion Memorial College, received a nent citizens in Florida with
library field house
styles science
bliss . An auto accident last
Friday night bedded Annie Mc- and colors. 'doctorate in Humane Letters members from all over the na-
Kinney-Stiirup's son Deanzer in Jackson Memorial. It was a We from the college, it was announced tion. and music buildings and out-
cordially invite all
54th St and 24th Ct pileup. interested inattendingthisenOyable those J byDr Royal W. Pur- door Olympic swimming pool.

year, college president.In The commencement exer-
) to --
evening get tic- -
SALT WATER TAFFY: Congressman Claude Pepper kets at the LaCharm your accepting the award at the cises were the final ones for
stopped in briefly and unexpectedly at Dunbar elementary Beauty ,commencement exercisesin Florida Memorial College In
Shop 5180 NW 17th Ave. !
around 2:00: p.m. last Monday as the kiddies were exiting for call Mrs. Smith at or : St. Augustine, Rev.Graham St. Augustine and the college Gef
their homes . Milton Rolle negotiating to build an apartment lauded the achievements and will open on a completely new F SLICK BLACK
complex in the Bahamas ? ? ? pioneer Coconut Grove Mrs. Smith, the Pastor's I growth of Florida Memorial $10,000,000 campus in Miami :!
citizen Mrs.Rebecca Clark died last Tuesday the age of 99. Aid Club and Fashion Wagon 'College in the past seventy six this September: with over 1000 SCOIORJ DOUBLE ACTION

Wpuld have been 100 come September 16. Sympathy thank you and will be looking !years. He viewed the growth students. s .,' 2 DRESSES GRAYHAlRBUft HAIR IN MACE
forward to meeting with you 'of the Baptist related school ,
The WEEK'S WASH; AlbertVirginia)Trsvants' daugh- there 1 from its initial beginnings and The new campus is located t/
ter Joy and Whaymin Carey took their love troubles before a
preacher at First Baptist Bunche Park last Sunday. A color-
ful reception followed in Opa-locka's Police Benevolent As-
sociation's hall but not without Joy's uncle George Wilkersonwho

planed down from New York City for the merger. . Ken-
neth Duncombe in from Knoxville College's Bulldogs. OUT

SCRATCH MY BACK: Ruth Adderley-Singleton admitted to PUT IT IN YOUR TELEPHONE BOOK
North Shore infirmary last Wednesday for surgery . Ruth I':
Wright broke the little finger onher left hand while attemptingto '. .
close her car door. .Audrey McArthur was quite delighted !, I. .,
while watching her tot Jacqueline give the welcome address - '- - - - -
r'- ,
during graduation ceremonies at James E, kindergarten
last week Ditto the Little Woman whose son Ivern Kennedy
Sweeting introduced the speaker at his First Grade graduation

in Bunche Park elementary. I I II :

STUFF AND SUCH: Dianne Warwick and estranged hubby <' '1', ; ,
reconsidering . Sheila and Gordon McRae's delectable I .... '; ,\ ,,,:" ,, ,. ", '"wtt'/lp'': '"','" .;W P'",:, :, I
daughter Meredith and Sammy Davis dating' . Doris Wil- : ,
liams and Al Kerkham 'have Called ItA Day . Actor Sidney ;.:':
Poitier and platter pretty Nancy Wilson (both estranged from \. : ''J'I' 'j\' ,

their spouses) are in tune . Birthdaying in June: Herman I ,}I',,;,,',,,)' I, hplc I

(DAY) Dallas 9th . Vera Wyche 12th. . Bertha Mack 16th }' "" ', : :, '
. Knowles 25th . Ruth Wade . r :
Joycelyn N. 29th. t i New .. .
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SWEETS TREATS: James Kirnes will attend Eastern Michigan ' " ,!
University in Detroit in search of an NDE Reading Insti- :: : ;ii '1.: .

tute (National Defense Education Association)within six weeks '
DistanceTimes ;
. Lillian Smith's baby daughter Patricia was among the I ." J Long ,: ;:\ I
Carol City senior high grads who paraded across the Miami "
Beach convention hall boards during its June 8 commencement ''': : '

Griffin.. . Ditto Cecil'and Leola Griffin's son Cecil Leroy (Butch) I IR/ II I

CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Headstart Aids of Dunbar elementary I II II I II

took their principal N. L. Adams, assistant principal 1. The cheapest time 2. Next cheapest: 3. Night rates are 4. Next cheapest
Sam Davis and headstart teachers Bonnie
Stirrup Queenie
and to call: from 1 12 night rates apply also in effect on five from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Hall Laurastine Chisolm to the festive board at the Robin
Hood restaurant last Friday. Headstart secretary Verdell I midnight to 7 a.m. from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. holidays: New Monday through I

Drayton also dined at the famous Biscayne Boulevard eatery .every day on all calls daily; plus all day Years, Independence, Friday. (Remember,
. The W.D.(Kitty Guion)Donaldsons are seeing their I lawy-
ers . Linton Berrien will teach piano music at the Waft- I you dial direct. Saturday and all Labor, Thanksgiving even our fourth I

Ann school of cultural and creative arts in Brooklyn this sum- day Sunday. and Christmas. cheapest time to callis

mer. The school is owned and operated by former Miamtans still one ofAmerica's
the Walter Pinkstons . That's it brother from your one- .
man-newspaper, who knows everybody and everybody's racket, I c@: Southern, Bell best I
but who wants to hep you that Jesse Black and Mary Henry :\ bar oms.)
both nubile school instructors) were sealed in Antioch Bap- '
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I WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENTThe ': I .'ii .. r; ,'. .0'I
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former Kathleen Bas- Doctor of in ,. : > I. }!"' ,
a Divinity Degree I
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den Moss will be married to Theology. ". ow.' '. :,I'' I" i. '. I'/J j'".'.t', I", " '.
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Rev. Dr. John Wells of Akron, Both are teachers and mInisters ': : (
Ohio, June 23, at the homo of The groom plans to : ; : . .:
Bishop Melvin T. Wheeler, work as a coordinator in the I ." : ,' I..:', " : ""I\: :,')<'> I :
overseer of the Miracle Light- youth program headed by the '
Church of God Inc. :t;. ;' ..J.... .',,; .. , t, .
house Economic Opportunity Program ,... .
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peform the ceremonies. The Atlantic Social Club is .' , iJ I" ".. ". , 1. '. IJi"""\ '.i
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Kathleen holds a bachelorof having their 17th Anniversary I "f' 1""i"I;'! ::." : ,i I ,' 'I'j: \ ) <' (.(; I

science degree in educationand Ball, Friday, June 14, at Bay- > '.' '. I
is a teacher in the DayCare front Park, from 10 p.m. til?
program Music, by W. C.Baker.For L.J
reservations call, W. Moor-
John holds a Bachelor of man, 635-5704 or F. Delancy,
Science Degree in Science and 757-4885.


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Vocational Guidance Institute June 19 July 12

Charles B.Potter,chairman man, EEOTF, and Personnel
and the Intention is to Task Force and Director of Maule
The Dado's employing community. course of the Industries
Equal Employment Opportunity vices, Dade County Public
course James
Opportunity Task Schools, has been In charge of Through this Institute specific mate this an on-going field of edu- Burdine Vice President. Research A. Paisley, chief of
students In the for
Force of the Dade County recruitment.The techniques will be developedfor cation.for A manual will be developed Frank Cannon Jr., Execu- Planning office.Dade County's
Community Relations Board, sensitizing educatorsto EEO Task
of the
I Un- Director
of the Instituteis and printed the tive Mr. Paisley will
In. conjuction with Plans for the minority group problem. discuss the
Progress, a national program, to update and Inform counselors They will speak with enthusi- versity of Miami,thus provid- Force. Vocational anticipated growth of the aide
will hold a specialized Institute teachers and administrators astic "first supervisors" ing a basis for future application Charles J. Wain, Chair- County area as related to manpower .
for selected professionalsin on how to better instruct during field trips intobusinessand and extension of the pro- Guidance Committee needs.
the Dade County Public students who are not industrial establishments. gram's principles.
School system. planning college careers in The University of Miami MARTHA PRESENTS AT

The Vocational Guidance Institute preparing themselves for entry They will visit, also ghetto will be headquarters for the THE NEW
under the direction of into gainful and meaningful ceremonies
neighborhoods and have discussion Institute. Opening
Dr. M. Robert Allen, Dean of employment upon graduation sessions with mI- will be held on June 19,at 9:00
Continuing Education, University from high school. nority group representativesboth a.m., room S-233,Student Union __ 1 DOUBLEDECK
of Miami, will be of Additionally, it willafford ( those who have,and have Building.
three weeks' duration begin- the Institute participants a not, succeeded) to acquaint Dr. Allen, acting as mod- _
ning June 19 through July 12, better Insight into the needs of themselves with the problemsand erator, will introduce the fol-
1968. Mrs. Margaret Gilkey, business and industry of today attitudes of this group. lowing who will be participating -
Director of Guidance Ser- through various field trips to This Institute will be a credit in the morning's program: GO-GO

I Service Representative With Social Security Adminstration BAR HI 19th ST.

Mrs. !dam! Pollock, a Ser- tine, is a native Mlamtan and Mrs. Pollock began her it is challenging and fascinat Pith AVENUE,
I vice Representative with the a graduate of Miami North- government career in 1962 as ing. She also states that her GO-GO BAR OPENS NIGHTLY 9 P..
Social Security Administra- western High School. a clerk in the United States Job is fulfilling because from
Post Ott1 e..After three years day to day she is able to see UNTIL 5 A.>>.
in the postal Service, Mrs. the results of her efforts."No GRAND OPENING OF
Pollock transferred to the words can express the exhilarating
Double Deck
d. Federal Aviation Administration feeling and pride of accomplishment -
that is experi-
o av,
where she remained until
her transfer to the Social Security enced from successfully com Parisian RoomSHOW
1ti Administration. pleting acase'saysMrs.Pollock. .
+ w I li her
? __ Mrs. Pollock began
career with Social Security TIME
Mrs. Pollock is married to
a c 1 e r k typist and was later FRISATSoulful
Mr. Wilbert Pollock, who is a
promoted to claims develop-
barber, and they reside inNW
ment clerk, the position she
Miami with their three child-
held until she was promoted to
service representative. In her ren.

Job as a service representative More interesting Jobs MR. EDDIE
Mrs.Pollock handles mostof are opening up all the time for
the social security benefici bright young people in govern- LOVETTE
It1 1 aries' problems and she states ment.

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This was given to ROBERT WISE rf .
me,and I do not know who wrote it. I would f
like to pass it on to you, however . take it as you will PRODVCTION p w '
You may, deep in your heart, feel that I am a lazy person, but 1'
it Just isn't so. "'J' AIII $l

I am a hard worker, but you don't realize it. I am an adult of .'.':.-.. ,. .
average weight ' .
and here is what I accomplish every 24-hour period: L. The most "
My heart beats 103,689 Umes' '. : .
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My blood travels an incredible number of miles ..".'. . "' popular picture
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eat more than 3 pounds of food ."..1"i',1;, '.t".I.f.; :\',.', ."" .....,I'....,.... ,..... "'" of our time; !
I speak about 5000 words, many of which are not necessary ,:;. j.--: .. r "''
I move 750 muscles so many times that I find it impossible to /".,: .
count them :' ,; i'. .; a,
My nails grow ,00046 inch
My hair grows .01714 inchI including
exercise 7,000 brain cells and shouldn't that. make me
proud "Best Picture"!
So why sh ouldn' I feel tired? I am not ashamed, for it is
,understandable . ':
I had a hard day.. :
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Me thinks that something should be said about the policemenwho '
give unnecessary tickets, When I say unnecessary I mean :
little harrasement tickets because they have to make show- J:.
Ing that they are on the Ball. Most of these are "rookie' and
waste their time and yours going to court on a case they most ,.. '.t.tCOLOR
time cannot win. A friend of ours was given a ticket for run- w BY
ning a stop sign at 79th Street and 10th Avenue. GOING INTO
'79th Street! She promptly told the Judge that she lived in that
area and would be committing suicide to run across a four-
lane street at rush hour without stopping Well, the same thing I1iI :
happened to me at 56th St., and 7th Ave. the other morning.
Rush hour.. ,heavy traffic In both lanes . a Salvation Army /
truck sitting extended over the corner, and I pulled out to the :: :
curb line . which is legal. and was given a ticket for
running a stop sign. "1 a; p
A young nun who is married to a Canadian girl was given a "r 1F
ticket for falling to yelld the right-a-way 11th Ave. into
54th Street. But, he was lucky. .. another policeman-off duty-
saw the incident and promised to go to court with, him because
be felt that it was harassment. I be Here thatthe policemen
should have the authority to keep our streets and homes safe,
but some of them are really taking advantage of the situation ito
further their own little grievances and Judices. But, if j*
more of us would go to court with them and speak out against It's TwiceTimeL!
them, sooner or later that one'who makes this a practice will*
"have a record piled against him, and can be disciplined.' i' 1. :
Most of us would rather pay the ticket because we can't afford ,' .** : "
to miss a day at work.. but Iet'8 try & little harder, to mate ; > ..1'i

ft record against these unscrupulous ones V :. For twice the convenience, .

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Emory Beneby bring home two cartons .of Coke

VIP OF THE WEEK: Lillian Tub (Four Ambassadors) {'

MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Jo Payton in cans or one-way bottles.

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Don't forget the first"Stars .
Over Miami" show at Manor Park beginning at 7:30 Friday .
(June 21)), Winners of the auditions at Brownsville and North- 1,,., , .Jj".{ :.,.,....1',
western schools will participate, and the Blue Notes will be ., :".' : '1"
featured stars. Steve Gibson and the Red Caps will be the starsat ,
Virrlck Park, Monday night Same time . and Coconut 01k Ca F
Grove youth will try to win that night. . Ribbon cutting cere-
monies were held at Food Fair Happy Center Wednesday night /{ 4\F\ ..
. The Four Kings still swinging with Jeff Addams and the -
Four Notes . Par & Birdie Club sent two kids to camp
through the Herald's Lend-AHand program They will have
tickets for others who will not be able to attend the Fireworks
Show at the Orange Bowl July 3. Peggy Green's statementthat
one of the finest things in the world is motherhood. She is
expecting soon . Phil Johnson, neighborhood services co-
ordinator of EOPI, is proving to be a darned good administrator -
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By Garth C. Reeves Jr. A ..

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4 I wonder if Saturday mornings' headline of the Miami h
1 Herald changed any of our minds about reckless driving. I wonder -
bow the show-offs behind the wheel felt after reading that
disastrous story. Sure, all of us aren't show-offs still get ,. :'
that frightening feeling when we think of the tact that it could ?' :.:
hare been us or some of our close friends. ,;
Who is the show-off behind the wheel?In most cases it is the .' ."
boy. He is either out to impress his young lady friend or either : .
I speeding simply for the beck of it.In any case it is dangerously ,.'.:. ):,; '; J\;; ;.; ""
senseless. Most would admire who ;'''.\'' !" '\ '" :
girls a young man obeys I ,\ !'!I! I .ljril'\1''II. ;
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Among recent Tennessee A&l State University
duates were: (I-r) top row: Danny Curry, Orlando;
Jean Arnold/ Leesburg; Wilbert Johnson, Miami; gro.1
row.Tne/mo/ Ferguson, Miami; John S. Jackson,
/land; and Joan Hall, Leesburg, Florida.



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the Washington Gym. t ; II

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munity service, the Teen Club
surveyed a small segment of
goals it the community to find out what '.
the general public is interested
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party with "The Young One" for their cards and donationsfor
/ replaced spinning the platters on Friday our sonAnswardA.Hough-
Henry W. night, June 28.All Teeners and ton, Jr., who graduated from
Douglas former Teeners are invitedfor Miami Jackson Sr.JHlgh School
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n cessories. Mrs Bryant ed Mrs. Juanita Cunningham, and Ray Williams, Tampa;Mr:
Debra Delores Perry became Robinson, aunt of the groom sister of the bride, her hus- and Mrs. Hilton Sweeting,Key
the bride of John Pope, was handsome in pale pink. band Mr. James Cunninghamand West; and Mrs. Robert Boyd,
Jr. last Wednesday evening in The mothers wore lavender children Ocala;Mrs.Clifford Ft. Lauderdale. .

the beautifully decorated St. orchid corsages. Other ladles M.. Duffy (Alva) sister of After a brief honeymoon at; ,<
Mary's Cathedral, R. C. Fr. in the party wore carnation the bride and her children the Castaways, the couple motored :

Briggs conducted the nuptual corsages. Also in attendancewere from Ft. Benning, Georgia; to Ft.Sam Houston,Tex- i
mass for the double ring ceremony the bride's godparents, Mrs. U. S. Kinsey and daughter as where the groom will recelve ;

Col. Claude C. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Herman Black- Linda, West Palm Beach; his 1st lieutenant brass.

served gs commentator. Organ shear and Mr.and Mrs.Robert Mr. and Mrs. BryantRobin- As a pharmacist,Lt. Pope will ,
music was played by Hubert Boyd, Sr.Outo son, Springfield, Massachu- be attached to the Medical

Hueston. Communion bearers f-town guests, Includ- setts; Mesdames Leona Styles Corps.
were Adrian and Brenda I
Perry, sister and niece of the

bride respectively.The .
k 1 bride given in marriageby

1Yi r6 V \ her father, W.O. Perry,Sr ,
:! ; t4f Her floor length formal gown ,, :11" I .
was of candlelight peau de soi ,; ,'\ILt If'J

styled on princess lines. Ale- nA : ,I'' ., 'JfJ.dflTtA. ; .\:, ",. "
con lace formed in seed pearls '
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marked the deep hemline of the ,:. .
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skirt. The bride's veil held < >

by a bow of peau de soi wasa ,. : t

: four and a half yard mantilla NEW SPRAY VAY ) ..
of imported Italian silk net ,
which fell into a train.The bridal i1.\
bouquet was of white orchids ENDS ASH DRY SKIN
9a BudcEq
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Bernadette Perry was her
s Now after-bath/after-swim embarrassment "
.. e sister's maid of honor.Her you can stop

gown was of lime organza over skin. Just Flori Roberts'new
of grey flaking spray on
Mis Florence E. Griffin The y all carried one yellow peau de soi. An inverted pleat ,

became the bride of EugeneB. rose with flowing contrastin: ) fell from the Alecon lace yoke;; moisturizer all over. And, see dull, dried skin
Strachan in candlelight ribbon and leaves. sleeves also of the dyed lace
ceremonies here June 1st. The groom's brother, Nathaniel .. were elbow length, shirred tEa restored to healthy, silky smoothness. Pleasantly fragrant -
The vows were repeated at Strachan was best mm
band of to i
organza provide a
The Church of The Open Door Groomsmen were James Hunt, frill of the scalloped lace.Her ? Spray Away's super absorbing oils make it

with Rev. Harold Long, officiating Edison Kemp, Eugene Rlgb;
headpiece of circular tulle was and long lasting. And it's
music was h I attire super effective non-greasy,
Prelude and Clifton Taylor.T e r held by a flat bow of organza

presented by Mrs. Ulyssees of grey ties and tail! Bridesmaids were Renee Cunningham won't stick to clothes. 5 oz. spill-proof aerosol can. ,,
Baety alsorendered blended with the bridesmaid! niece of the bride, ; ".'
music the to lend of loveliness .. .' .,1
during ceremony. gowns a picture Ocala; Deanna Jenkins, lifelong :" Mr,Timmie Terry sang"A ve to the ceremony.The friend of the bride;; ) >

Maria" and "The Lord's bride's mother selects Shirley Jones, Cousin of thegroom ..' J'J.' '
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accompanied \
Prayer. He was for her wedding attire,a dress Philadelphia; Ellen ; ,,,
by Mr. Linton Berrien. and matching jacket of nUe< Pittman, New York;Janis San. :

Misses Gwendolyn Cooperand green silk with matching hat ders; and Marsha Jean Smith,, ,.-. ; , : ?''.
Mary Styles served as and accessories. The groom' cousin of the bride. attire

candlelighters for the cere- mother was attired in a dress, was like that of the maid .. :" "' t
mony. They wore gowns of pale of turquoise lace and matching of honor but in turquoise. .1 1' > '..,
yellow silk organza featuring Jacket with matching ha Similar gowns of yellow were _J _
long puffed sleeves and mat- and accessories. Both 'worn by the flower girls,

ching head bows. Their dres- mothers wore orchids.At Chanel Lindsay, cousin of the //N) : .
ses were designed and made bride and Jo Wanda McDuffy, :
by Mrs. Enid Ferguson. the reception, a flowing niece' of,the bride. AH attendants k\ : : { :
Miss Griffin ,is a graduateof punch fountain and yellow carried hand bouquets oi : ; ; ; \ I
Matthew W. Gilbert High roses were in view as the wed.., William : '"! : . ':
orchids. ,
Cymbidumf '. :':if: ,< >
School Jacksonville Fla. and ding moved through to the receiving
0. Perry III, nephew of the j." "' "
Tuskegee Institute where she line. bride in tuxedo and black tie ' '' , .
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member of The wedding was directed bj
became a Alpha served as ring-bearer. ,, ,. '
Kappa Alpha Sorority. A Dade Mrs. Dorothy S. Sawyer, sister 'J,'i. !; '"
County school teacher, she is of the groom. Mr. George Kenneth Robinson, Tallaha- ; ,
currently employed at Miami Powell was in charge of recep seee was best man. Groomsmen ,. I :
Jackson Senior High School. tion arrangements. included Morris and Sheldon OJ
She is the daughter of Mrs. Hostesses at the receptions Anderson, cousins of the

William Timmons, Jackson- included Mrs. Alice Francis,, bride; Livingston Deal, Eu- I "-'
ville, Florida.Mr. Mrs. James Campbell, Miss gene F r a z i e r, Tallahassee; P

Strachan is a graduateof Marguerite Pinckney, Mrs Kelson Roberts, Nassau; and ,
Booker T. Washington High James Tartt, Mrs. Elry Tay- Anthony Turner. They wore '" '
School and Florida A&M University lor, Mrs. Iris Moore and Mrs. tuxedos, black ties and white '. .' ;.1' '. ,

He is employed as a Juanita Lane.Courtesies. rose boutinnieres. '

Probation Officer of Dade
extended the The wedding reception Immediately r'"
County Juvenile Court. He is
couple Included personal followed the ceremony I,'{:
the son of MrsConstance
bride was held in the Parish '
shower for the given by !
the late
Stradhan and Na-
thaniel Strachan Sr. Miss Dorothy Sampson; a House Hostesses were Ann ,. .. j
Memorial Day Luncheon for Latimore, Eva Page, and
To thestrains of B a c h' s
members of the bridal party Eleanor Turner. The receiv-
'Jesus of Man's Desiring"the
bride was given in marri. given by the bride's mother ing line was formed galnst a
background of four, white col-
and sister a bachelor's party
her uncle Mr.
age by ,
umns surmounted by huge bas
of Jacksonville. by friends of the groom and an .
the kets of mixed white flowers.
evening reception given by
She was a vision of beauty in
groom's mother and members The c 01 u m s were linked by
a gown of silk organza over b
of his Immediate family Mesdames white chains; potted greenerywere .
peau de sole The empire :
bodice was overlaid with ?Florence andClaranell set at both ends.

pearls and alencon lace which McKenzie and Mrs. Emily The bride's table had a centerpiece
extended into' long fitted Strachan render other courte featuring two large _

sleeves to the wrists. The organza sies.Out wedding rings of gold colored !
skirt flared In Ashapeand of town guests from velvet sprinkled with white : 'j'jI i
the back featured a built- Jacksonville, Included Mr.and pearls, surrounded by yellow 4
in train with buttons from the Mrs. Dublin Matthews, Mrs. roses and Shasta daisies. The

neckline. Harry L, Hammons,Miss'Gail hree tiered wedding cake weal I Meet Shirley Burke* ''+' h ' + :;
Her matching petal-shaped Ham m 0 n s, Mrs. Elizabeth on seperate table also deco our Ftori ftoberti Beauty expert r .!
deml-cap of roses and rosebuds Cooper, Mrs Carrie Getzen, rated with yellow'roses and r Let her rihow you the
from which was poised a :Mrs. Robert L. Cooper, Miss and Shasta daisies. Frappewas magic melanin makeupand

a floor length veil bridal illusion Marvette Lewis, Miss Shirley served from' silver foun our 6 minute beauty plan
was designed and made Ball, Miss Sandra Amos, Mr. tain. u

by the bride.Attendants. John L. Matthews, Mr.Mi
of bride were: chael Jones, Mr. Clarence The bride's mother was

Mrs. Edward Brown, Miss Chandler and Mrs Joe Griffin , most attractive In a shocking ,

Dorothy Sampson, Miss Eddie Mr. Leonard Douglas oi pink lace frock over matching conmetict,ttreet floor DOWNTOWN MIAMI ONLY ,
Toston and Mrs. Paul Wilson. Lake Placid, Fla., and Mrs color peau de soi. Her conical (
The bridesmaids wore yellow Cora Brown from Bimini shaped hat was of match ').

floor-length gowns that fea- From Nassau, Bahamas camo ing color lace with a single ; .. '!. .,.s';;1,', ,' ," ,
tured empire bodices and the Mrs. Miriam Bethel, Miss large rose at the back.Her accessories .". ,:' ")),
back views gave way to flowing Sylvia Taylor, Miss Jean Taylor were white. Mrs.
trains contrasted with a Miss Agatha Williams, Pope, Sr. of Philadelphia was
deep yellow lace down the cen Mr. S a mil e 1 Strachan, Mr. lovely in bone colored ensemble 1 1

ter. They wore high crowns Peter Major and Mrs. Sylvia shot with silver. Her accessories B U R D I N 3r t S '
encaged with a yellow rose. After a honeymoon trip to were sliver Mrs. ,
The Matron of Honor was Grand Bahama, the couple returned Irene Smith, grandmother of u A14t(
the bride's sister, Mrs. John ; to Miami to take up the bride was charming in
Matthews of Jacksonville. residence at 1723 NW 47 Ter white lace with matching

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of us is familiar with other, and providing facilities of geographical: coverage for a
what is referred to by tele- for transmitting stock market broadcaster"
ml phone men as "POTS" plain reports, for carrying air traffic Peake, went on to describehow
old telephone servicebuthave control information, and Bell System technicians, ,
)'ou heard abod'.PANS?" even sending electrOcardio- often with the help program
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III 1 The Gamma Gals Review 12 Monfhs Activities I I. 1

Sorors of Epsilon Chapterof y'
1e+a 1 XIk
Gamma phi Delta Sorority,
Inc., with Soror Jennie F.

Reaves as Basileus lookbackon {, 10 ai .4 $
past events assays of Inspiring -
and challenges.

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These events are rededicating 't,
as they open the mind tc oPf
greater endeavors, which will
encourage us togrea t e r opportunities -
to keep our lamps
forever trimmed for lights of I II

the right knowledge, the right t1b r

speech, peace, decency, love,
hope, and humility.

We were hostess to our Na- :

tional Convention,July 31.August { ?I
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5, at the Shellborne Hotel, J 7
Miami Beach. Our them;
"Improving Images "'
Acgievements, Perfor- F I.I .A.
mances, and'Cultural Enrichments eci
." (1)) Education ((2)
Business (3)) Vocation. '

With our many human resources
such as; Soror M
Athalie Range, Miami City
Commissioner, our keynote
speaker; Mrs. Janet Dean,
president of Dade County
Classroom Teachers Asso-

ciation, public speaker; Mrs.
Dana Dorsey Chapman, Business 6 f
and Professional Wo-

man, luncheon speaker;Dr.

Gilbert Porter, assistant / I' v I w
Deputy Superintendent Dade
County Board of Public Instruction -

banquet speaker;
Mr. Joe Williams, director of
Public Relations, Eastern
Airlines luncheon speaker;
Mrs. Maude K. Reid, super-
visor of Vocational Home Eco

nomic Education, Dade County
Public Schools, moderator of
reaction panel, "Job Oppor- 1
tunities in Today's World of
Work;' and Honorable John D. %

Johnson, area coordinator

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Programs, Inc., moderator of ,

panel on "Special Programs, -.' ((1)) The local basileus/ Jennie F* Reaves>(/left) greets' and welcomes / ((4)) Our public address was given by Mrs. Janet Dean, President
for Dade ,County' helped to to Miami the Supreme Basileus; Ray Davis (right)of Dayton, of the Dade County Classroom Teachers Association. Seated are Soror
make our occasion boule a and most memorable Ohio as she, sorors, and guests arrive at the International Airport Gwendolyn Howard (left) and the Supreme Basileus Kay Davis (right).
tq-fulfill for the Annual National Boule.
the theme of our Boule. They motorcade from the airport to the Shelborne Hotel inSoror ((5) Dr Gilbert Porter, Assistant to Deputy Superintendent

Since our Sorority is partly ,M. Athalie Range's fleet of Cadillacs. Dade County Board of Public Instruction was the banquet speaker.
founded that of Seated on row where he Is standing are: Supreme Basileus/ Kay Davis,
our less fortunate encouraging to their- (2) In the Pink Penthouse of the Shelborne Hotel, the sorors meet Mr and Mrs. Jefferson Reaves, Mrs. Marion Shannon, Introducer

highest potentials, we took' the press and pertinent fssue-c/v/// disturbances. From left to right: speaker, and Soror Lydia Mayfield, National Financial Grammateus.
Basileus Jennie F. Reaves Soror M. Athalie Range, Miami City Com-
great pride in giving to SarahB. (Two ladies in front not identified).
Campbell In September missioner, Supreme Basileus/ Kay Davis, Dayton Ohio, and Hells J.
1967 a two year scholarshipto Saunders, Assistant National Organizer, Detroit, Michigan. ((6)Soror) Nells J.Sandersleft( ) Assistant National Organizer and
the Dade Junior College Basileus/ Jennie F. Reaves, Boule Marshall (right) receives citation
((3)Soror) M; Athalie Range (fifth from left)with Basileus/ Jennie r;. from the Supreme Basileus (center) for organization of local chapter

We are sponsoring several Reaves at her right, pose.with Gamma Gals after her keynote address. and a successful Boule. .. *-
girls known as the Phiteensto
Gamma Phi Delta Sorority.

were enhanced by a panel of is so much needed in today's home of discover In the Foyerthe beautiful Golden Gate and San Certainly to visit the unique
In November 1967 we spon- outstanding women of Dade world crisis. many citation Soror Range FranciscoOakland Bay shops and all of the educational
sored a Miss Phiteen Contest. County on the "Negro's RoleIn has been horn 0 red with. She bridges, parks and senic views enlightmen'ts. Yes from the
Soloist for the occasion
To culminate this affair a Phi- Present Day Crisis' was really needs a special room of muir woods to get to the "topless' scenes of Broadwayto
teen Mother Daughter Ban- Moderator of the panel. Mrs. the Basil eus'Daughter, for display.. very top of the city and lookout the hippies of Haight-Ash-
Bobbie student
Jean Reaves
quet was observed in a spec- Dorothy S. Love, librarian and down upon the breathtaking bury. Also a, five day tour of
of Institute 1967
Hampton an
ial room at the Flamago Cafe Allapattah ElementarySchool; Now for a look forward; The Panorama which enfolds. Hawaii
assistant director of North-
teria. At this affair Antlonette panelist Miss V. Louise Phiteens are now making plans
wst Center YWCA so
Booker WJ.S c row n e d Miss Morris, program correlator sang for their annual affair and
beautifully Exocus.
Phiteen for the year 1968.Her of YWCA; Mrs. Maude K. Soror Reaves our Basileus'is
attendants were Paulette Reid, supervisor Vocational Honored at this affair was making ready to attend the Annual 4- 1 ,
Davis and Gloria Daniels. Home Economic, Dade County Epsilon Chapter Gem, Mrs. National Boule In the Gol- ,.
Schools. Charlotte F. Clark, principal den Gate City, San Francisco, u u ; ww lP

Celebration of Founder'sDay Drew Elementary School, California, August 512.Aside
was observed March 1968 With many teenagers in attendance Dade County for her outstand- from the business at hand she
at the most magnificant struc- the panels messageswere ing "Leadership Human will see and do things-to ride
ture of So r 0 r M. Athalie very imformative, Interesting Dignity.' the quaint cable cars explore R w H
Range. Theme for the occa- constructive, en- After the repass the teen- Chinatown with its many en-
sion: "Providing Leadership couraging and strengtheningwith agers were given a chance to chantments to see the color
In present day Crisis." We love and affection, which brouse around in.this beautiful ful F Ish e r man s Wharfthe

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F MiA : MISS PHITEEN 1968 --
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Antionette Booker, senior at Miami Jackson High
School was chosen as Miss Phiteen for 1968. She was
i presented with a bouquet of flowers by Soror Leenette
I Pemington (right) youth director. Basileus J. Reaves
1 (left) looks on.

[I Below Epsilon/ Chapter, Gamma Phi Delta/ Sorority
|tIne. Phiteen Mother-Daughter Banquet.

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Attorneys for James Rich- -
ardson, illiterate fruit picker by The a U. S. district judge. Richardson allegedly sprinkled J e an. After the verdict was partial trial.Richardson. death house at Raiford State I
condemned to die in the poi. circuit motion was filed in the a lethal dose of parathion handed down, the 31yearoldfruit is now in the Prison.
son m u r d e r of his oldest court where Richardson in a meal of hogs head,beans, picker was charged with '
daughter asked for a new trial was convicted May 31 before rice and peas eaten by his murder in the death of his second -
Monday, saying new evidencehad Judge John Justice of seven children. All seven child, Susie.Robinson .
children died.Richardson.
been discovered. alsoclaimedJudge .. Call
The trial was moved to
Fort was convicted in
Justice erred in not assigning -
The motion, filed by John Myers from Arcadia, where the death of 8-year-old Betty that Arcadia case to a CHARLES
Robinson and Richard Whitsonof "metropolitan area' insteadof
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Mrs. J. C. Adde r l e y,Sr. ley retired recently after over of the Student Union Buildingat

These six Florida/ A&M University College of Law graduates prouldy display (second from left) receives 30 years in the public school Florida A&M University
their hoods as they became the first students ever to receive the doctor's degree at kisses on the cheek from her system of Tallahassee. She Looking on Is the hubby and father -

FAMU. Doctor of Juris degrees from the School of Law were awarded to (l-r) PerkerL. famous sons, Cannonball and received numerous gifts and J. C. Adderley, Sr. All

Meeks, Tallahassee; Glenn D. Pritchett, Birmingham, Ala.; Arthenia L. Joyner, Nat Adder ley of the Cannonball messages during the receptionfor four Adderleys are graduates
Tampa C. Bette Wimbish St. Adderley Sextet. Mrs. Adder- her in the Grand Ballroom of Florida A&M,
; Petersburgh; Howard G. Knight, Nashville, Tenn; and
Ralph L. Flowers, Tallahassee. Not shown is William Lewin II of Miami. 479 Receive Degrees From FAMU I

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candidates for graduationat Shaw and Rose J.. Newkirk, Dean, Rosa lee H. Shannon,
Florida A&M University on Homestead. Fredericka D. Wanza, all of I

Sunday, June 9th. The candi- Graduates in the graduate. Miami.

dates include students who .
completed requirements for
graduation in December and
March. Fifty-five of the 479
students are candidates for the

master's degree.
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Counties are: Robert Hankerson FEATURES

> I Leroy Boatwright, Nellie SOLID STATE ALL TRANSISTOR
P. Turner Wilhelmina- S waver&MOut.N.W.OAU OMA11C .ico..
< son, Ulysses Jackson, LarryG. (NA' I.
James, Mittie R. Moore, : w -- U AUtOMA'Ct." Ut0.0bwta.r.

1\ John A. Reed,Evangeline Sey- .
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A&M University honored five outstandingfFloridians: with meritorious Betterson, Lewis Davis, Her-

achievement awards during commencement exercises, recently. Receiving the awards man Jackson, Johnnie M

were: Mrs. Ralph V/imbish of St.. Petersburgh whb"'received the award',fort, her late Jones, Bettye S. Lewis, ,"- -;- u..IS r.1..11BSR

husband, Dr. Ralph Wimbish; John T. Vereen of Orlando, who was selectecFlorica'soutstanding Charles A. McNeil, Gladys '=.-..). 4-VffO AUTOMATIC Only

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business woman and member of the City Commission in Miami; and Floy Britt of ..RubUd. ... Piano Pinlth._...._ .._ T.rT.rN.
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I Willie B. Daniesl, Juanita F. PRESENTATIONCall
Davis, Ernest M. Burnside, VISIT' OUR
University Commencement Lillie F. Harris, William D. BEAUTIFUL SHOW ROOMS
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Five Miamians were among trators should Join forces to rethink their own role in a Helen. 0, Storr, Annie L. (The 27th Avanua Shopping C"t.r) 6251261FRANKLIN'S
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Mrs. Katie Louise Effordof Rev. Sam Wiggins, pioneer News

CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I'I'I 2951 NW 56th st.,died June 12. citizen who resided at 1404 NW

She Is survived by her parents 67th St., died June 11 following The men of Mt. Mortah Baptist -

Mr. and Mrs.Dan Efford;a son a period of iciness His wi- Church, 102nd Avenue and

Carlos; three sisters; a bro- dow,. Mattie; four sons, C.L, 183rd Street, Perrine invites

ther; two grandmothers;other L.C., Joseph and Robert; two everyone to worship with them
IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn relatives. Services were held sisters, Mrs. Jannle Wrightand on their annual Men's Day,

I memoriam of my dear family of the late loving memory of our Monday, June 17, at 1 p.m. in Rosa Williams,are among Sunday, June 23.

father and grandfather dear son, brother, and grandson First Baptist Church of hi s survivors. Services were Mrs. Katie Lee Taylor of
MR. EARL CRUMIEL Brownsville. held 2 p.m. Wednesday from Philadelphia, Pa., is here hi
who passed June 1, 1968 wish '
rr w.. nlw.W Cohen Temple.Mrs. Miami visiting her mother'
to thank all ol file wonderful Elbert Jones of 3006 NW 51 Mrs. Ma ramie Hudson WilliamS -
friends, so many kind wordsto died In North Carolina.He Gardner 10621
St., Daisy who Is ill in the hos-
help ease our sorrow, so is survived by his wife Laura; Sw 178th Street, perrine,died pital.

much kindness, words cannot two daughters; a son; four sis- June 11. Services were held L "'-

express. ters; three brothers.Serviceswere Thursday, 3 p.m. tram Sweet
Special thanks to Rev. Mag- 1f. held Tuesday, June 18, Home Baptist Church. Survi-

gie Green, who' render such a at 4 p.m. in First Baptist of vors Include her husband,
beautiful solo. The Choir at
Brownsville. Eddie
Frank ; four daughters
Stewardesses, Officers of Mae Green, Lucille Miller -

Greater Bethel AME Church, i Graveside services were Eula Tomlin and Alber-

the many friends who mouned held for little Glenn Eric Jenkins tha Gathers; 3 sons, James,

with us, the many cards and ; of 1435 NW 72nd St on Albert and Willie; two bro

4 prayers. Thanks to Indepen- j I Tuesday, June 18, at 10 a.m. thers Eddie and John Fisher;
I AI dnet Life Ins. Dist. #5, agentL. j.t: He is survived by his mother two sisters MirleRlleyand

A. Hipkens, Victoria Ward Adell Jenkins; three brothers Eva Singleton; 36 grandchildren -
86 of
Chapter # O.ES. Men of
one sister; two grandmothersand and 19 great grandchildren. -
""I MR. ALLEN B. PINDER the 836 Security Police Squad, ...... .-. .. ---I other relatives. r
who departed tls'ute June 22, Mae Diel' Adult Bible class,

1966. Bethel Sunday School, Mrs. PFC SAMMY HOLMES Harry Scott of 4508 NW 31 John Grovenor 1955NW4thAve.
who this life June 17
God called him to heaven to Rev. Green, teacher A spec- departed Ct., died recently in Jackson ., died June 12. Services
1967 In Vietnam.
ial thanks to
take his rest neighbors, Mrs. Hospital. Hels survived by his were held Tuesday at 1 p.m.

For here on earth he has done M. Williams and all the wonderful Gone Is, but not forgotten. wife Mary; a son Harry Jr.; His wife, Nora; four sons, Congratulations to Sherral
friends of 3rd Ct. and Death a gatewayWe
his best. a sister Rosie Washington. John, Jr., Earl, Edward and Adrana Hall, daughter of Rev.
He went through trials and 3rd Avenue, Mr. Alex, Mrs. all must pass throughTo Arrangements are incom- Sylvester Samuel Wright, and Mrs. Reginald G. Hall,
reach that fair land.
Belle of Imperial House Mr.
stood the test. plete. 10215 SW 170th Terrace Per-
brother and Sam Smith uncle ,
Where the soul's born ,
and Mrs E. Gullett, 3 Ct. and a new.
We love him but God love him his survivors. rine, who has Just graduatedfrom
3rd Ave. beautiful stand- A place where we'll find no are among
best. Stanford Jackson of 2907 NW Mrs. Nora Lee Preston of Miami Killian Senior
Ing thanksto suffering no tear.
spray. Many, many 48th St., died June 14. He is 17644 SW 105th Ave., Perrine High School, June 9, at Miami
friends of May his soul rest In peace
Your wife Mrs. Irene Pln- House my Imperial our dear. survived by his wife Vera;four died June 12 and was sent to Dade Auditorium.She .

der; daughters, Rachel Perry thanks, my coworkers.Special to Funeral- Sammy daughters; three sons; three Marlanna, Fla., for final rites was a member of the

and Rhoda Lowe; sons Lebon Home and staff Range Sadly missed by brothers; three sisters. Ser- and burial. Her husband, Rob- Student Council, the Concert

and Edwin Pinder;grandchildren Mr. Columbus Holmes, vices we r e held Wednesday, ert; five sisters, AzieAshley, Chorus, Saint LukeBaptistChurch

Patricia Ann Clifton, The.Family father June 19, at230p.m.inAntioch; Rosa Koonce,Clydie B., Laura Ft. Lauderdale where
Whllhemlna, Bernard, .. Baptist Church. she served as for
Mrs. Ruthie L. Holmes, M. and Doris A. Haynes; and pianist the
Cassandra and Shaunna Ray mother two brothers George and Jr. Choir and Sunday School.

Perry, Barry Sandy, and IN MEMORIAM Felice Holmes, sister Miss Falon Bridges of 1475 Willie Haynes survivors. She was one of the lovely Debu

Lisa Lowe. In loving memory of Mrs. Laura Holmes,grand- NW 56th St., Saturday, tants for 1968. Her interestsare
June 15. She Is survived her Jesse Durham 10228SW music
"I mother and a host of rela- by drama, whirling.Her .
f tives and friends. mother Mrs. Mary C. Bridges; 184th St., Perrine, died June aspiration is In the field
IN MEMORIAM f/ six brothers and sisters.Ser- 14. Arrangements are incom of nursing.

vices will be held Friday,June plete.
In of our son and f '
brother \ Jk RANGE, 21, at 4 p.m. BAIN'SMrs.

_._.. ... .. : ; Blake of 3060 Ruthie Mae Harrison, 14
Rev. J. S. NW
--- :. John Sweats of 1829 NW 62nd year daughter of Mrs.Ruby L ov e n 1 a Sclpplo, of

."..' 71st Street, retired pastor of St., died June 16. He Is survived 17524 SW 103rd Ave., Perrine
the AME Conference of South
by his wife Eliza Mae; a Mae Williams of 1439 NW 69th a resident of the area since
Fla., died In a Virginia Hos- "
: ,1953 died June 16attheBaptist
daughter JoAnn St. and Harrison ,
J" ; a son James. Terry was a
: J pital following a period of Ill
I Hospital. She Is survivedby
., Services will be conducted on victim of an auto accident June
ness. Services Monday at St.
t Thursday, June 20,at 1 15. Other survivors Include a two sons Jake and Robert
Paul AME Church.
the Elliott; four daughters Mrs.'
chapel step-father John Williams;
ments are Incomplete. Grace Shelton, Mrs Bertha
grandmother, Mrs. Josephine
Infant Boy Kerr of 350 NW Smith. Services were held In Rogers, and Mrs. Susie Wil-

22nd Ter., died June 12.He Is the chapel at 3 p.m. Wednes- liams and Mrs.Zellener Hall.

D.n survived by his parents Mr. day. Services will be held Saturday
; and at 12 noon from Mt. Morlah
Mrs. Rudolph Kerr. Ser-
Baptist Church. Remains will
VICTORIA JANE HIGGS A 4 vices were conducted Wednes- RICHARDSONBlovena
who departed this life June 25, Ord e day, June 19, at 10 a.m. in the repose in the chapel after 2:00
p.m. Friday.
1964. chapel. Rhone of 1099 NW
60th St. died Thomas Shipp of 6733 SW
Grant unto her 0 God eter- June 15 at her ,
T nal peace. Mrs. Anna L.Albury of 1280 ham e. She is survived by a i,59th Pi., South Miami,died on

STAFF SGT. CECIL HYLER NW 88th St., died June 15.She husband Robert;two daughters;: June 15, at Jackson Hospital.
Mrs. Pauline H. Johnson is Lomax Alzona He Is survived by his wife
who was mortally wounded by survived by her mother Mary Taylor;i
Mrs. Thelma Devoe
Mrs. America Farrington 3 four grandchildren; two great t: Ethel; mothe r Mrs. Liller
22 1966 ;
hostile fire on June ,
Helen Hols ton
Mrs H.
grands. Services will be Shipp brother Rev. A. L.
his daughters; eleven grand child con- :;
while serving with company -
in Vietnam. Earl, Rudolph, and Kenneth ren. Services will be held on ducted Thursday at 2 p.m. Shipp cf New Mt. Morlah Baptist -

Oh, for a faith that ,will not Higgs Thursday, June 20, at 4:30: Greater Bethel A.M.E. Church. Services will be
shrink p.m. In St. Paul AME Church. Church. held Saturday at 3:30: p.m.

Though pressed, by every foe, IN MEMORIAMIn _'_ T _._ ___'_.. ..._ Nathaniel Newsome Jr. of Alvin Sloan of 6316 NW 11: from Saint John Methodist

That will not tremble on sad remembrance of our Ivy Williams, Sr. of 2320 3143 NW 59th Street, died in Ave., died June 14 in Crest- the Remains will repose
chapel after Fri-
The brink of any earthy woe. loved one West Bunche Park Drive,died Christian Hospital. He is sur- view Convalescent Home. Heis 3p.m.

at Parkway General Hospital, vived by his father Nathaniel survived by a wife Jessie. day.Mrs.
Sadly missed by family MARY J. PINKNEYwho June 18. He was a resident of Sr.; his wife Grace; 3 daugh- Arrangements are income Evelyn Victor of 437
this life
Mrs Matilda Hyler,mother departed on June Dade County since 1924. Surviving ters; two sons. Services will plete. Lucy Street, Florida City died
Mrs Petty. M. Reaves sis- 12, 1963. be held Saturday June 22 at June 15th, at James Arc her
I are Earsley three ,
What would I give to clasp his ; Dorothea peace of 100 NW Smith Hospital She Is survived '
ter sons, Ivy, Jr., James and William 4 p.m. in First Baptist Church
band, 11th St., died June 14 in Jack, by her, mother Louise
Mrs Lucy M. Thomas of Brownsville.
two daughters Mrs.Mil
His happy face to ; son Hospital. She is survivedby
see Davis three
; sons Edgar,Horace -
,1Jr'? Gloria M. Maycoy dred
Gray and Mrs Elizabeth
To hear his voice and see his one cousin Willa Mae and
;one daughter
sisters; nieces and nephews Russell; 15 grandchildren and Robert Graham of 5814 NW
smile. one aunt Mrs. Flor-
; Wanda Elaine her
12th Ave. died ;
other relatives. Services are Saturday Juno .
That meant so much to me. l nce Vickers. Arrangements
-t Mrs. Clara Smith and
to be announced. 15. He Is survived by his par-s are
THANK YOU Vlvilora p. Green,daughter ents Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Graham incomplete. one sister. Services will be

.;, ," Wilbert D.Galney; ,grandson, Mr. Thomas Duncan of 1160 ; agrandmotheriabrother; held Monday at,2 p.m.from St.
NW 60th St. died at Veterans Saunders died
George June
two i t AME .Church Homestead.
1 a s e r$. Services wereheld
-The family of Hospital.. He, tssur'lvedbybfs 15 !In Jackson Hospital Arrangements Remains will in :the
June 19 in repose
Wednesday, Mt.
CARD OF THANKSThe wife Emma a son Troy a sister
; ; Slnal Baptist Chuch.LitUe ,are Incomplete chapel after 2. p.m. Sunday
MR,'WOODROW C, ROBERTS Mrs. DaIsylClark, } two
of the late
family .
grandsons Stephen and Michael
wish to express our sincere Duncan. Services will be Mark Ernest Wallace

(,I thanks and gratitude to MRS. ESTELLE CLARK at St. James AME Church of 1240 NW 31st St., died June WE ARE DEEPLY GRATEFUL TO OUR FRIENDSWe
friends, neighbors, and our wishes to express our sincere 14. He Is survived by his par-

church members for flowers, thanks to neighbors friends Charles Thomasof984Ashley died ents Mr and Mrs Odell Wal- wish to acknowledge with deepest gratitude,the

cards, calls and other acts of and to everyone for their kind- St., Jacksonville lace; a brother Douglas;grand outpouring of sympathy and the consolation we have
survived wife
kindness shown during our be ness, your sympathy, cards; June 11. He by parents Rev and Mrs.John received from our friends throughout the community,
reavement. cars, food, florlals, and tele- Lena; parents; three ; Martin and Mr. and Mrs.Benjamin State and the nation You have made our weight of sad
four brothers six children.
Special thanks to Mrs,Ellen grams. Special thanks to the ; Wallace. Services were ness much easier to bear and have shown us that the
Prltchett and E. Jackson for pastor and members of AM Final rites were conducted in held Tuesday, June 18, in the Christian Principles of Mother Lillian Stevens which
kindness, the neighbors of 158 Cohen Temple church, Wells chapel. she so loved and hoped to spread will continue to be
Street In Opa-1ocka.Thanks to Temple and Walker's Temple Mr. Morris Wesley Lee of projected to the world.

our pastor Elder R. L. Wood- Church. Thanks are also extended 2535 NW 160th St., died June Mary E. L. Mitchell of 1027

fork for service rendered and to the Range Funeral 11. He is survived by his parents NW 63rd St., died June 17.She The Stevens Family

to Range Funeral Home. Home for their courtesy. Mr.and Mrs.Wesley Lee; is survived by her parents Mr. John, Arnold, Eugene, Leonard, Roderick, Vinson

May God bless all of you. a sister Brenda; six aunts; 3 and Mrs. Herbert Mitchell; 4 Howard, Robert, Reomla, Louis,Beatrice and Do-

", Mrs. Caroline Roberts uncles; two grandmothers. brothers; grandparents; other retha and the entire Stevens familys .
Mrs. L. R. Jordans, sister Maggie Johnson, the Clark Final rites were conducted in relatives. Arrangements TO

Family Family and other relatives. Fitzgerald, Ga. Incomplete.



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24-A THE'_ MIAMI A'AAA' TIMES.,. Friday... June- 21. 1968 , "

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, } Rev W. F.Tanner,pastor
Ou Sunday, June 23, the TASK FORCE
; Sunday, June 24,the men man: are' reminding each and Matrons andYounrWomen. runq'TasliForce
will 'celebrate their Annual everyone wbo haven't done the u,Young The Building
will celebrate -
Auxiliaries of Mount Zicn Baptist
Men's Day. Music will be rendered .: part to see their captain with Anni- .
Hi ,annual
their 15th Church, is sponsoring two
the Male Chorus and
by assessment, Sunday morningis with a group of missionaries activities. '
versary summer
men from both' usher boards the time for final payment. Unitarian
will serve. from the The Deacons John R. Johnson -
r. Baptist World Alliance as and Robert Nelson's Fish
The morning speaker will Don't forget the sick shut-
I be Rev. J. E. Jenkins of ins, and bereaved families in special guests. Fry, at the h o m e of Georgia-
I, j Friendship and the your prayers. Sister MarJorie Perkins, a McMahon, 1065 NW 52nd St.,
speaker will be Rev Roscoe Rev. Paul Freeman,pastor, member of Greater New Be- Saturday, June 22, from 11a.m.

:. Jackson of New Macedonia and Bessie Williams, reporter. thel was selected as guest until.
apt 3n ( &
you Eljurdjj uudigr The chairman and co-chair- speaker, but she instead sug- A fourth of July Bar-B-Cue,

t _._ gested the na m e of an outstanding at the home and Mrs.
:j. student and an ardent Rufus Wooten," 7500 NW 14th

's CHRISTIAN church worker to be the guest Court, from 11 a.m. until.
; f ST. LUKE speaker of the day. The public is invited to these

J." -- Rev Luther Lee,pastor FELLOWSHIP .....,.1\1 -- two affairs. Sandwichs or din-
FM:_ The members are elated, Rev P. S. Brown, pastor ners may be purchased.Takeout -
they are now located in their Rev. P. S.BrownSister service will be provided.
1 1I own home at 163 NW 59th St. Anna Jackson, Sister Josephine -
Lillie M. Doles, chairman
4 The members have pledged Love and Rev. C. Fel-
"ttev. E T. Graham pastor
s 100% behind operation action der are leaving to attend the
q the church slogan for the year. Sunday School Congress which r GREATER NEWMACEDONIA

t Sunday; is quarterly Confer convenes in Chattonooga,
\ ence, the pastor is asking all lean. We wish for them safe

I II I boards to make your reports trip Brother Aussie Thompson r ar Rev Roscoe Jackson,pastor

II' in full, signed with your seal is taking his annual tript Willie'J. Beard, reporterThe
to be presented to our Presid- o Michigan and will stop by church is chartering a

I ing Elder, Rev. S, A. Cousinof for the Congress. The Usher bus to the National Baptist

i Ii i the Miami District. Board Is'sending Sister Rose '. Convention in Atlanta Ga. in
'.'.-------- __ . ....T N__ Sunday, at 3 p.m. the Dea- Munlin so that she may attendth '+ y. Sa; d September. The bus will leave
I j: SALLIE CARLINE BEATRICE WALDRONset coness and Stewardess Union e workshop being held for 4 ', Macedonia at 6:00p.m.Friday
will meet with St. Luke Ushers. ;
1 ; ,every- before the second Sunday in
; MT CALVARY the date now.Thanks in ad- one is asked to attend to make On the fifth Sunday, a bus ',J September and will arrive in
vance. this a grand spiritual feast. will leave from the Community ELMIRA REED Atlanta approximately 5am.

| Rev. Atchison, pastor Please pray for the sick and The fourth Sunday in July is Center going to Key Weston SpeakerThe Saturday and leave 2 p.m. on

*: Phyllis Beal. reporter shut-ins Sister Julia Blake, Men's Day. Again men we are a sight seeing tour The bus young chosen was Sunday afternoon The round
mother of the church is ill at under our own vine and fig will leave at 5 a.m. and re- lady
Miss Elmira Reed who is alsoa trip fare is $30. The deadline
k : Thursday night is prayer home, 2160 NW 63rd St. Bro- tree, lets make this a day to turn sometime Sunday night.
member of Greater New for paying the fare is the fourth
:: '.), meeting. A church that prays ther Sevenell Downs is sick at remember The Willing Workers who are
j i '6 'together stays together. home Brother Flagler Brunson, sponsoring the trip cordially Bethel Baptist Church, and is Sunday in August. Anyone who
off, 15 years old. She has been a desire to go, whether you area
chairman and Brother
} The Sunday School needs the George invite all members and friendsto
member not contact
School class teacherfor or
(' June 23, is Women's Day.A support of adults. Everyone is White,is co-chairman. come along and enjoy this Sunday may
five of the either Deacon Jefferson
' [ grand time is being planned.So invited. Rev. and Mrs. Lee with son outing years,secretary Henry -
: ,1, Rodney motored to Melbourne, Brother Joseph Dimes who Baptist Training Union, Deacbn Vandell Bovan,
,: 4 !, Florida to attend the funeralof has been ill at Cedars Hospital secretary of the Young Pea Sister Willie Mae Williams,
ple's Dept. Deacons and Sister Mytrice Murray or Sis-
, Rev, Allen, held Monday. is now recuperating at home '
ST MARY'SRev. Ministers Union and has ter Netta Kelly of Macedonia:
Please visit and pray for the Sister Estelle Allen is at home
resented the church at both and give them your name and
sick and shut-ins.
Rev. W. E. Sims pastor and would still appreciate your
V. Stuart pastor all of
state and local conventions.This or part your fare.
Loraine Fuller reporter Mrs. 0. Thompson, reporter visits and donations.
Adele Bethel, reporter young lady is a member The members of Usher
The president of Choir No. Visit your sick and lend a
Visiting us in family warship of Carol City Senior high Board No. 1 and Choir No.1
1 Sister 'W. M. Denson wish hand to the needy.CHRISTIAN .
for Father's Day was the school where'she has received: are preparing for their separate -
daughter, and grandchildren of to thank Greater Bethel and all, many awards in scholastic anniversaries. '

I 'oar pastor also Mr. Norman choirs who participated In the JORDAN GROVER SCIENCE, achievements, was a nominee' Deacon W. L. Lightboura,
Morgan with his daughter Battle of Songs last Sunday. It
'' for the POET aW'udlastyur. president of Usher Board No.
, \ Phyllis was successful, New Hope No. Doglas Cook,pastor I'.Is the Universe, Including Elmira speaks four languages 1'and Deacon Dizzy Hood

)f t :;:; The Educational:'Dept. will 1 Choir raised $362.10, and Eddie ':Gilbert, reporter', man, evolved> by Atomic, and won a trophy for her, resident of Choir No..1, ,
:r Greater Bethel No. 1 Choir The Juniors'will celebrate Force ; This question is the
"I ,hold a Banquet Saturday, June The Bible
Spanish She wants to become adult wedkly Lesson ,
12, at 7 p.m. at Tobys on NW raised $202.00.Friday theft ,10th Annual Youth Day topic of the Lesson-Sermon a missionary' for odand. Study will } held Saturday "

,54th stl at 7th Ave. Donations June 21, at 8'p.m. beginning Friday, June 21, at be read< in all Christian foreign aid worker. Everyone June 22, at 7:30: pain. at
,art 500. Rev Andrew Jackson from I p.n. with a pre-Youth Day Science Churches this Sunday., is eked to help the home of the superintend:

I Usher Board No. >I will hold Corinth Baptist Church ,will program and continuing Fifth Church of Christ Scientist Miss Reed to go forward.encourage She dent, 1035 NW 67th St. W. invite .-
preach in behalf of the Willing through Sunday. The 'parents 1600 NW 54th St. Miami
a Tea on June 23, at the home 'is the daughter of Deacon and anyone Interested to meet
of Miss Dorothy Major. Workers All are welcome are asked tocom.outandsup- invites the public Mrs William Reed of 2016 with us. A special invitationis
The Grand United Pallbearers Saturday, June 22,there will port the Juniors. The public is Prayer can help you overcome Washington Street Opa-locka. extended to our Junior Officers -
LodgeofAmei'lcawillhold: be a dinner sale at the church also invited. Brother Dixon is a bad habit. Divine and Teachers attend.

their Memorial Service at St. sponsored by the Sunday director, strength to be good comes1

r Mary's on Thursday, June 27,' School. You may call 696-7745 Members of'the Eastern from understanding more

I. \ at 8 p.m. You are invited to at- for delivery. Dinners are Star Lodge Chapters No. 17 about God and His man.Listento ST. JAMES NEW MT. MORIAH
I tend. ready at 12 noon. Donationl. and 26 were in the most of our the Bible Speaks to you program I

Home on furlough is avid The Deaconess's are sponsoring service Sunday morning.They Sunday,at 1:45 p.m.over Rev S. L. Gay, pastor Rev. A, L. Shipp, pastor
Ingraham.Our a dinner sale Saturday, invite each of you on this Sa- radio station WMBM to Break- Joseph Marshall,reporter Evelyn Souter, reporterThe
sincere sympathy goes June 22, at the home of Sister turday at 8 p.m. at the homeof ing harmful habits.BROWNSVILLE. Mrs. Louise Woods, the pastor and members

i'$ to Brother Albert Bain in the Queen Colley, 6506 NW 14th Sister Katherine Bethel, president of Choir No. 1, paid want to thank Rev. O. W. Fos-
f death of his wife Wilda Bain. Ct. You may call 691-9223 for 1252 NW 68th Street. The occasion BAPTIST tribute to the Father's on Sun ter and congregation of Ebe-

I Dinners are being sold delivery. ; A candle light tea.Sis day.The nezer Baptist Church,Hallan-
I every Saturday at the church. Sunday, June 23, the youth ter Katherine Bethel W. M. 2775 NW 60th Street Youth Choir will sing dale; Rev. Fred Carter and

I For delivery call 7581601. and Junior choirs are sponsor- Prayer meeting Tuesdayat iMs a pleasure to have for the morning service next congregation of Bethany; our
Donations are 100. ing a Spring Tea at the homeof 7:30 p.m. worship with you Sunday morning own Rev J. Johnson, Rev, B.
Let us continue to pray for Sister Veldoria Crawford, The Ministers and Deacons please nuke us, therefore Mrs. Pearlle M. Sharp and Mack and all others who participated -
all our sick and shut-ins.Visitors 6505 NW 14th Ct., from 4 to 6 Union, working under the Jurisdiction choice of our church your June-ites are having their last and attended both
Miss Johnnie M. White- of the worship. dinner sale Sunday in the services to make the Pastor's
are always welcome at St. p.m. Seaboard Baptist ,
__ .M............____ Parish Hall Let
Mary's. head from Mt. Calvary Bap- Association of Florida us give them 15th Anniversary a success.

tist Church will be the guest Rev. W. H, Edwards,moderator our full support.Mr. Prayer meeting each
speaker. will convene with the Louis Sparks and Usher Thursday from 8 to 9 p.m.
GREATERNEW BETHEL Remember the sick and Jordon Grove Baptist Church, Board No 3 celebrates their Our hearts go out for our

shut-ins with a prayer and a 5946 NW 12th Avenue, Rev D. Anniversary Sunday, June 24, pastor and his family in their
Rev.W. K. Smith, pastor visit. Cook, pastor, June 27-30. at 4:30 p.m. Everyone is Invited hour of bereavement in the

Alice S. Irving, reporter to attend. passing of his brother satur-
"'I You are invited to attend a To the sick and shut-ins the day, let us remember them in

Tea, at the home of Sister DRAKE light of God continually shinesat our prayers, other sick,shut-

Annie B. Ham Saturday night. NEW BETHANY the heart of our being ins, Sister Bettye Clark, and
,', Sister Catherine Jackson will Rev J. W. Dunn, pastor those in the armed services.EBENEZER .
,: be the guest speaker. On Sunday the choir will observe Rev, F. L. Carter,pastor
Male their Second Anniversary The No 1 Choir Is celebrating
t i", The Chorus will be in CENTRAL
.. charge of Auxiliary Sunday A program has been their 10th Anniversary beginning -, BAPTIST

School this Sunday. planned for Sunday :30p.m. Thursday, June 20,at Rev. E, J. Clark, pastor
Usher Board No. 1 invites We are inviting our friends to 8 p.m. Rev. A. McCraney'and The women invite you to Rev. A.D. Hall, ministerE.

you to their Anniversary Sunday -' this program. congregation will be in chargeof celebrate with them on their Ingram, reporterThe

- I June 23,at 3 p.m.Our own You are invited to attend our service. 10th Annual Day, Sunday,June 98th Session of the
: \ Rev. Joe Jones will be the young peoples quiz on Sunday, Friday, Rev. J. C. Nelson REV. F, JOHNSON 23. The morning speaker will Florida 1 Annual Conference
II s speaker. June 30 We will have a Bible and congregation will be be Grand
Deputy Viola Hill closed afternoon
Sunday ,
Saturday, June 22, is the day Quiz each fifth Sunday, please in charge. The church invite each and and the evening speaker will which convened at Bethune-

for the Sunday School's annual come out and test your Bible Saturday evening sale at the everyone to Installation be Mrs. Lillie Mae Johnson a C o o k m a n College, Daytona
picnic. Adults are needed as knowledge. Sister Austin is in church, sponsored by the No. Services of Rev F. L, Johnson Teacher of Broward County Beach. Midnight Saturday, a
Let charge 1 Choir. The choir will conclude .
chaperones. us cooperate. Mrs Mary Sanders, chair- chartered Greyhound bus left
These are our children. Our Boy Scouts will meet : their anniversary on On Sunday, June 23,at 3 p.m. man and Mrs. Francello White from the church with many of
4 Sister Marie Bennett is ill Fridays, at 6:30p.m.Cub: Sunday at 3 p.m. Rev. E. King service will be rendered by is co-chairman. the nu3mherstoattend the Sunday -

t.,j at home. Our sympathy to Rev Scout meeting every Saturdayat will be the guest speaker. Re- Rev. A. M.Griff in and congregation On Friday night (tonight) morning service.After the

'.: and Mrs. W. K. Smith. Sister 4:30: p.m. freshments will be served. of Shiloh 1 Baptist Mrs E. J, Clark will sponsor reading of the appointments by
.."" Smith lost her brotherinlaw. Don't forget to visit the sick Pray for our sick and shut- Church the Devil's Funeral
please Bishop L Scott Allen Rev.
and shut-ins.Sister Brown and ins. Sister Willie M. Williamsin Our prayers are extended come out and ,
sympathy A, D. Hall was returned to Miami -
Let us pray for the sick,bereaved Sister Ruth Grant are still on Christian Hospital, and for the sick, that they may soon to his, family central Baptist as pastor of Ebenezer to
t and destitute. the sick list. our boys in the armed forces recover. Church
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 21', 1968" 25
Day Rev. Cleo Albury, pastor
Patricia Austin reporter Rav. W. F. Savoy, pastor W. M. Davis, pastor
Members are urged to have Donella Turner, reporterThe
Observance Sunday There will be a "Tea Sum-: their reservations by this Sun church and pastor will

_. merett Sunday, June 30, at the day, so that we will be all set worship with the Ebenezer
-- - I;: ':" church, 4 to 6 p.m. Sponsoredby for our trip to Key Weston the Baptist Church in Hallandale,

.,', ' the Young Women's League, fifth Sunday. Sunday June 23, at 3 p.m. The ,
e k%' 698 NW 47th Ter. Come on out We will direct the worship Rev. O.W. Foster,pastor.The I
? QM for soma summer fun. service at the Trinity Presby- No. 2 Choir will render the

Remember to attend Bible terian Church in Key West,at song service.
Study and Prayer meetings at 11 a.m. After an afternoon of Prayer meeting for the revival -
I I II II 8 p.m. each week. They will fellowship, we will leave at 5 services will begin July

I Inspire you to keep nearer to p.m. Round trip fare Is very 1 and preaching will begin July
the cross. economical: $5.00. We thank 8, The Evangelist will be Rev.
M BTU and Sunday School invites the pastor and members of B. D. Coles.

everyone to come. Herewe Trinity Church for inviting us, Our pastor will conduct revival
learn about Christ. BTU and we look forward to welcoming services this week at the r

5:30: p.m. Sunday School- 9:30-' them to be with us In Trinity Baptist Church in Al-

a.m.All bany, Ga. Our prayers go with
visitors are welcome to July.This Sunday, the youth will him on his mission.
come and visit with us at all be in charge of the devotional When'ilitiiip'

times and know that you are program at 7:30 p.m. For the FRIENDSHIP

I accepted as one of us. We are Sunday morning sermon,we

Rev W, E. Sims Rev. J. W. Stevenson the cool Church with the warm will continue to explore the Rev. J. E.Jenkins,pastor

. Morning speakerThe . Evening speaker welcome. book of proverbs.We Ruby L. Carr, reporter
Remember our sick andbe- thank Mrs.Ursula Higgs Sunday we had ordination for

church will observe its evening :speaker The theme reaved member In your pray- and her music students for the Brother Carl Rembert and

Annual Men's Day, Sunday, for the day will be: "Men Undaunted ers. There's always a chanceto fine program presented on Brother Nelson Harris as

June 23. Determined to Succeed leave some sunshine and Thursday night past Deacon s-Vith Rev: George >' yW'i&'M'W&'ii' faiSwin -- ..
The Rev. W, E.Sims,pastor for God." Deacon Floyd some happiness behind. Dove giving the charge.We are

of New Hope Baptist Church Dads is general chairman, NEW BETHLEHEM very proud of them, we hope *

will be the morning speaker.The Deacon Livingston is the pro- NEW SHI LOU they will prove faithful. "
Rev.J. W.Stevenson,pastor gram chairman Get well wishes to Sister -''' v -VV xVffi -..

of Antioch Baptist Church Rev. P. W. Williams,pastor' Rev. A. M. Griffin,pastor err Essie Buwh in Christian Hos- :> &' $(

Brownsville_ will be the Miss Gloria Perry, reporter. Cheryl English, reporter pital and Brother Cleveland'
Revival meeting will begin Conner's daughter in Mt.Sinai

Our deepest sympathy to
will be the Revivalist. So to
CHURCHTo anyone who would love to hear Brother Willie Haymes In the
Ernest E. Sears, Fr. T. R. Gibson, rector good preaching please come loss of his daughter Nora Lee
1541 North West, Antoinette Silva,reporter out. Preston, services were held in

Miami-Florida, Sunday, June 16,was the an- There will be Jr. Choir Marinla, Fla.GAMBLE'S.
U.S.A. nual Men's Day sponsored by rehearsal Saturday at 5 p.m. "
African Unversal Church the Episcopal Churchmen.The All Juniors are asked to pleasebe at'i" MEMORIALElder

day ,was highlighted by a present.The .

From Kwetei, Kodjo ,Street, speech from Rev.Cooper on pastor is asking the entire J. C. Jackson, pastor
P. 0. Box 394, "Men Watch Your Pronouns." church to go with him to S. Seabroods reporterWe
Bukom This financial effort was indeed -
Square, Brownsville Baptist Churchfor are happy to know that
Accra, a success installaton services, Sun i
we our pastor happy on
10th May, 1968 The Episcopal Churchmen day, June 23, at 3 p.m. Rev last
Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor Sunday, Father'sDay.Ourchurch
sponsored Hobo-Mod-Hippie F. L. Johnson. Minnie Hunter, reporterIt mother conducted the q r
Dear Sir: Dance on Fr Idatnight.The The Christian Voices and
Grand March with
is our desire to have you a represn-
RE: ADOKOR COFEDECEASED evening was enjoyed with live the Smiling Jubilee's will be worship with us; therefore tative from each auxiliary,
music and all sorts of food.
( ) here Sunday night after ser-'
please make Greater New most of whom brought tokensof
We the undersigned mem- During the summer vice.
Bethlehem your choice of wor- love. The assistant pastor
bers of the family of the late Theodore Gibson and Percival Let's not forget the sick and ship. Elder Ira McCall was also remembered -
Adokor Brown will be meeting with the shut-ins in
Cofie(deceased)here our prayers. The choir will sing at Barea with gifts and

by render our sincere thanks, EYC holding discussion j' ; Baptist, Churcb',on'Sunday, tokens of love.

to you for your kind and sym groups on Negro history ] :.NEW PROVIDENCE) June 23, at 3 p,m.You are cor- The tribute to Fathers program
pathetic in all Sincere sympathy is extended -
manner running
dially invited to accompany was conducted by ElderL.
the way long from the United to the family of the late Re- The youth wish to thank them to this affair. Cooper, Jr.WEST.
States of America to Ghana in becca Clark, who was one of everyone who appeared in Let's continue to pray for

connection with the search of the founders of the church. their Annual Youth Day. We the sick that they may soon re- INDIAN
the late Adokor Cofie's family. would like to take this time to cover. CATHOLICBishop

MT.HERMONThe give special thanks to our
We hereby also render our morning and evening speakers N. A. Derrick, rector

sincere thanks through you to Third Quarterly Con Rev. Tom Diamond and Nathan CORINTHRev. George Sturrup, reporterOn COME
all the members of the Universal Streeter and the visiting youth Sunday,June 23,the West
ference held on Friday
was ,
Andrew Jackson, pastor Indian Catholic Church will
Church and that
we hope 14 with Dr. FrankAAllen -
celebrate "Family "
one day the family will upholdthe We would like to congratulate Nina Morrow, reporterThe Sunday. 4R
presiding. No. 1 Choir will broad- 1590 NW 54th St. at 9 a.m.The Ri R-
Church at Asofah founded 7th Annual Youth
as boards and our Day
All responded
23 at 9:30 is invited.
cast Sunday, June public cordially
by the deceased. nude complete reports. King and Queen, Jerry Jones
until 10 Theme When He
May the present Officers.and On Sunday morning the ser- and Frances King. a.m. :
Will Answer.
members of the Church
mon was delivered by the Pres- Through the courtsey of radio
send down the moveable properties siding Elder The timely sub- station WMBM 1490 \ on your Rev. R.Smith,pastor

and cash of the deceased ject was, "Religion InA Chao- OM Ctd it'Vprr. >> to Ghana with the expenses tic World.; We are asking the coopera- Wednesday night, choir rehearsal -

paid by the members there. The members welcome our ''. rUllt tion of all our members and ; Tuesday night Prayer

pastor, Rev. ,G. M. Champion, ; friends in behalf our Women- service; Thursday night,
Thanks, his family and the Presiding .' _. :': yours ever Christ, contin- .
Elder. We anticipate a Sister W. Deliford, chair- always welcome.
Signed; uous fellowship in Christ. .,, . ..., .,. .., .... [ man and Sister E. Jackson, Remember to pray for the
J. A. Quaye, Rev. Champion is desirousof co-chairman. sick and shut-ins.
9head of the Family) seeing all members at Class '. '

Motsoe (Grandmother) meeting on Tuesday night. ... ,l.J..t.'S., .11. -

Peter Tawiah Rev. G. M. Champion, pas- "
: '
(Uncle) tor Mrs Frankie Smith, re- 'INt Hr RD, :$.2. ': ..I'K.a' Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE

R. C. Quaye,, porter. ,I ,:, l'AY.. '). t II "t ',' .
(Uncle) .. "'MR. JACK"
P. A. Addo9brother MT. PLEASANT
::3''fUf' FOR
Rev. A, H. Lockett,pastor
Annie Bennett, reporterWe : : The Very Latest in Men's Fashions i

are thankful for the rewarding SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS

MT.. CARMEL success of our Revi PIRt ctJRortW, ; ARHUU, $(' ITALIAN SHOES

val. We thank Rev.L.J.Alford CES
of West Palm Beach for his '1/Pt ; 944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI FLORIDA
Rev. D.A. Bradley,pastor inspiring sermons. ,.khrf..J; I* teMt" ;.**,
Louise McGriff, reporter sick and ":.11 $.' SI"ledWtiSpe'"I '
We pray for the iwntjttlKttn: iu; In* mm: Oat] ? (i.( Ft
We had our Ground Break- shut-ins everywhere. .lilts!' S* dhictlt rt:wJffci' *ttt btfe,. .pit. 4-,'
ing on last Sunday, which wasa Baptism will be administered .1IItdItII.dIJ" ' James' Draperies
great success. at 8
Thursday, p.m.
We were grateful to all the -- ---. .. $$299
visitor's and ministers who & Service
'S T'\V'\ RlfTODAYb1n . ..
came to help us put this program I ' s '
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over fUUTORAU TlLl.u.n.1 Phone 235-8816
The Rev Gatson deliveredthe 3Q.V.QaFoc'lory. .. .." "'"00.lUWTtUI A 1;'

evening message.We .. -. o.ft, ct't. ,., : ., :tl 86. 0.6-
are still working (}Uk > '
f), '\ wo.h' Building Fund, there will (;"'" St" !,(),, "O ; .e'i'. : CRESTFURNITURE UPHOLSTERING CARPETAll
be a Tea at the homo of Brother HJtul \ H "' ,Mq"JI; < ,,' prices trimmed to fit your pocket FRESNESS AN.O.-

and Sister Grimes Sunday will like the do businessIn FRIENDLY SERVICE
from 3-5 p.m., 431 NW 59th i ;. ; ::4'3' Nt-S4th.t".t" '" .
St. Visitors are always wel- : '. : : rhGtr-I! ':' "" your home at your convenienceCall Aftfc
come. :,, .'...' ,'t. :r ;'g:8aa2, ;.... ', ."I t...t\l\)$, .t ;,, li1f '., 'f J J for Appointment 2358816t
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26 THE M.IAMll1 MES, Friday, June 21,. 1968
t. "

I. ; <:I BROmRD BRIMS Carver


I ,yf,; Broward is a county of discontent, the people who live in NewsBy : ? :: _

t Mudhole Manor complain about the rain and how the whole Walter Bow
;. 1: place will surely becomo another great lake if the Lord does

< ', not shut the valve off soon. Hollywood policeman are leaping The South Broward Post No.
\ '' into Dade County like Kangaroos on pogo sticks Broward 8195 will hold Its regular t TI
'. :; County firemen are thr eating to stand at attention while Rome meeting Sunday, June 23, at 5
: ;. ' burns to the ground. p.m., at post home on Pembroke ; ,
, I' Hallandale.adopts get tough policy on trash and litter in the Rd. ,Members please be ;
Ii streets. Dania may never; solve its garbage problem. And the present at this meeting.
}:' only common denomnator that can remove the discontent is Walter A.Bow e,commander

'l'l'I.I. (, money Randy Alford, Adjantant,
The county commission will not spend the necessary money and Folia Boyd,Quarter Master
,, to drain the streets in "Mudhole Manor,' so the people grum- .
:' { ble and keep on waiding instead of pushing. Char mettes ,Club to have t
I. In one of my previous columns, during the teacher walkout their Friday night party June C
and various cities were having big trouble with their garbage 21st. The public is invited to tb nwfa+? w"t
collectors I pointed out that the three most underpaid public attend this affair Plenty of refreshments ,
( service people were the teachers, garbage collectors,and : and music. David h h Ff'
t' I policemen. At the time I wrote this I had reliable informationto Meritt, president.
the effect, that Broward's policemen were not happy with Officers and members of I
f their present pay status. I hinted they might strike. AlthoughI Post ,No. 8195 attending the .
I ** are not walking around Broward with placards and picket- State Convention Orlando on
J ing, but the present rate of line jumpers into Dade is going to Sunday, June.17 were Sr.Vice 800 Attend Urban League Guild AffairThe
; leave the city of Hollywood without a police department. This Commander James Wiggins
discontent is not Just in Hollywood. Every policeman in Bro
Vice Commander Madison
Urban League Guild en- attend the fashions from the
i" R ward is unhappy, and rightly 30, about starting pay,scales. James Judge Advocate last Sunday to Lovely
, tertained more than 800 guests Champagne Sip at Bayfront only BlackandWhiteShopMi-(
Those of you who were so anxious to take classroom positions
Scott Morris Nelson
George who braved the rainy weather Park Auditorium. ami Beach) were modeled by
I during the teacher walkout may Just have your chance at Past Commander, Folia Boyd; the O'Neil Models.As .
r, r t playing cops and robbers it's later than you think. and Past Com., C. B. Blount. r lovely the ,champagne flowed
:, Briefs from a long fingernail .The family and friends of'f' Walter A. Bowe and Chaplin
Mr. Keatingare happy that he is home and doing fine.after his Ralph Seymour attended the the guests were entertained by
J ''f': extended stay in Memorial Hospital, where he underwent Convention on Saturday at the Frank DuBoise and his Or-
chestra. There was added en-
surgery luncheon, where the awards
tertainment by special guests.
were given out.Folia Boyd received -

f ,tl.Ii i.. the alstate commander, Many happy guests won door
) and Walter Bowe received the prizes donated Teachers
( I I :. Allstate Quarter Master I 'Scotch,. the Rinkydinks, the

t: :;'. r ( award. ; 1L\ Egellocs and the Zetas. Someof
,, 44 4' The Gay-ladies Club are 1i \ the lucky winners were Leo
( ': planning their Pre-4th of July Ambrister, Oscar Williamsand
.; dance at the Downbeat Club in Ralph Rowe.
Ft. Lauderdale, watch for the

date.The Many oohs and ahs came
1 4 y+ it ; r e g Carver Ranches Fire from the ladies as the lovely
Dept., hold I their meetings hostess gowns were modeled.The .
\. every Monday night at the Fire lucky winner ofone of the
Hall on 44th Ave. and 21stSt.,
gowns was Mrs. Bridges
at 8:00. Members please be
by Teachers Scotch.
\ prsent.
I Ik Walter Blatch, president. Ann Lindsey Packard is
president and, Shirley A.
.\ ; ;JI.. Moore, chiarman.


I Herman Thomas
lI I Chorus, the Utility Voices Gospel,and Open 7 Days-8 A.M. to 10 P.M.,

\ Rev. Goldie Thompson and his
The Best For Less At
.:..1:1: teenage Gospel singers of St.
Petersburg will be in a gigantic

Gospel Recital on Sunday, v 42t4
\ f I June 23, at Greater -
.. ; St. Luke Primitive Bpatist
TURNER'S KINDERGARTEN Church of West Hollywood.The .
I wra Rev. Owne Taylor Is pastor -
I l.l\. \ CORONATION BALL at 4205.SW 18th St. and at 1
I\ ,Jj 11:30 p.m. they will be at the
Beautiful lights, gay decorations = After the crowning, the Brownsville Community
soft music, and an Royal Court did a Walt to the ,.\ Church, located on the cornerof
( overflow of royal dignataries tune of "Let Me Call You i'j NW 49th St. and 27th Ave.
{ among the small set,.markedan Sweetheart." .. ---- j -...
I ;, impressive and delightful Each contestant received a Pruchelle Bain, lovely Come early to receive a
occasion. trophy and a war bond. Pre daughter of Mr. and Mrs comfortable seat. The publicis
t sentations were made by Mrs. Joseph L. Bain of 1164 NW 75 invited to come and hears
I Miry; S. Bain, president of the Street, was one of the many to o me old fashion gospel sing
\ The Royal Court marched in PTA. graduate from Turner's Kin ing.
first, followed by the King and Refreshments fit for royalty dergarten on June 14. She will .
: Queen, who very graciouslymade consist of dainty sandwiches, be among the happy first grad Brother Herman Thomas is
their way to the Royal small decorated cakes and a ers at St. Francis Xavier in director ofthechorusandEddie OVER
I Throne on a Magic Red Car delicious punch. the fall. Gilbert is reporter. 40,600 CARS SOLD

pet, rolled out by two page boys .. ..'
and adorned with flower buds MUNICIPAL AUTO SALES AND SERVICE

by two lovely' little flower

girls. The Mini-Brute presents FLORIDA'SAUTOMOBILE

.....t Terry Pope, charming the short payment book.
f daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P.
Pope, reigned as queen.Kevin SUPERMARKET!

Bryant handsome son of Mr. AS ADVERTISEDtCN TELEVISION!
.', and Mrs. Lee Presley, reigned THI CAR YOU IUY TODAY
';,' as king. The Royal Court YOU DRIVE HOME TODAYIMMIDIATt
t, consist of Princess Cycloria DIltVIKYI

y', Rivers, ,daughter of Mrs. Al-
bertha Rivers, and Princess 500 CARS!

I Pruchelle Bain, daughterof
Mr. and Mrs. JosephL. 15 YEARS-SAME LOCATION!
I Bain; Prince Robert Davis, 4
'f \ : .son of Mr. an Mrs. R.Davis, ALWAYS HUNDREDS OF 1955's
., _ 2 door Sedan
and Prince Marcus Sullivan
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan. $249 Down $4971Per Mo. for 36 Months THI HOME OP THI.ORIGINAL... .. 100% GUARANTEE.. ....

Other participants in the Buick's new Opel Kadett 2-tir. sedan. MUNICIPALAUTOSALES

king and queen contest were TEST DRIVE ONE TODAY AT

J Princesses Irma Rogers and & SERVICE

t Madge Jones
l ; Last year's queen Scostia 3061 N.W. 36th St.

ii i Carswell crowned thenew king 2300 BLOCK S.W. 8th STREET a HI 41661Open ECONOMY CORNER-3m N.W. 36th STREET
is the
>> and queen.'SCQsUai.
t of ''Willie Mae Mon.,Wed., FrI.,'til 9 PM and Tues.,Thurs., Sat., 'til&PM 1:00 A.M. TO 10 P.M.
< daughter Mrs. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
(( Carswell. "

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 21, 1968 27

Round About Y I

BY JIMMY "SCOOP"Talk BETHELs s | Lindsley e .Lum ber'

POLITICAL MERRY-GO-ROUND NY., .U.S.Senator Rob- Redwood Basket-Weave v -jmggs figuration ,
ert F. Kennedy Is dead, victim assassination Already, NewYork's
Gov. Rockefeller Is using pressure on NY Mayor John .._- Powered
Lindsay to expect appointment to the Senate seat of the late -- FENCINGThey

RFK. (which we expect him to except at any moment) . if
the NY Mayor did refuse,.then other mentioned nominees are are'factory LAWN MOWERDependable
John W. Gardner and Negro (former core director) James stained
Farmer...However If the Republican Mayor did take the Sen- and weatherproofed
ate seat, than automatically, City Council President Frank No DYNA-MOW
O'Connor ( Dem.) becomes Mayor of New York city. . So paint neededl!
you have it, "One man's lost, many other men's gain" . .
"Note to a Columnist" . A federal and state gun control THREE and Stratton"horse power ENGINE((4 cycle provides) "Briggi
law would bring in the hoods and racketeers and a "Gun BlackMarket" husky energy for clean smooth 20-
billion dollar business. Gun control won't solve killing INCH wide mowing! Has handle bar
choke and throttle control. "EASY.
and assassinations
any more than legal banks didn't solve SPIN" starter "Life-lime" nylon.
the "Loan Sharks Rackets' .. Isn't it possible that the U.S. bearing wheels.Rotary.
Government with it's federal, state and city police depart- 8-FOOT BY REG.
ments (which is supposed tobe the best in the world) can "Se- 5FOOTHIGH $15.98

curity Guard' this country's "Most Important People" . SECTIONS 'Ip" .
Why blame the people for the police neglect and irresponsi-
bility . ? Movie actor Jimmy Brown (former Cleveland ,.
Browns great) was cleared of the charges, "as-
sault with Intent to murder' last week Model Eva Marie '+ s' GREEN DOc
Bohn-Chin" (Hollywood,Cal.)refusedtoname Brown.Claim
she fell of a balcony dodging cops after "she and_ rown had Famous 666FERTILIZER '
an argument. This was Brown's second trouble spot with the w .g g f/i
law. Three years ago, Brenda Ayres (then eighteen) chargedJim M"y t 4.C

Brown with assault and fathering her baby In a paternity w..N r I/ ;u. I
suit. Brown won both cases. Brown now faces a charge of assaulting -
a Sheriffs deputy, a felony and convicted can go to
Jail.(Would this hurt Brown's career as a movie star?) Peo-
ple love sexy brutal may help him In the "box office")
. Over 1,000 New York Puerto Ricans arrived In Washington -
D. C.Saturday,June 15 to demonstrate In the"Poor Peo-
ple's Campaign" which Is a good boost. The Puerto Ricans 30'-" ORGANIC t i EDGER '
threating a one. day "work stoppage" in New York, if their PERFECTED
demands are not met by Congress. AND 68-11. Easily pushed for a neat

Mrs Olive Hanna Mannings,came to the United States 15 years ; .
ago from her homeland, Georgetown, Bahamas. She settled In '' Cure for wet doorways when it rains
New York City where she became a member of the"Greater _
Mt. Zion Pentecostal Church, 715 Herkimer St. Bklyn . I FREEREGISTRATION Eaves Guttering & Down Spout
After years of hard work and study,Olive became an ordained j ,
minister she ordained We stock complete accessories Anyone
was by the Honorable Bishop Beulah
Counts, in October 1967. ,Elder Olive Mannings finished her L 4 can apply; sllpjolnt constructed so partsgo
schooling at the "Victoria School" East Bay St.In Nassau,J, F. AT ANY r together without soldering.
Curry was the school master She taught school at Mrs. Saund- UNOSLEYRBCSTORES PRICE FOR 5IN. EAVES GUTTER
ers School(kindergarten)where her proudest pupil was the now .I
(first black) Prime Minister of,the Bahamas,"The Honorable FOR,- GALVANIZED 10-Foot 2.19TYPE .
Lynden Pindling.'She's a'good friend of Mrs Mary Tainvian of K Lengths- ,
Mackey St., Grove, Nassau. Other friends she mentioned were I
Mrs. Irene Noll, Mrs. Alice Sands and Mrs, Shatters. Elder DOOR PRIZES 10.Foot 9 9
Olive Hanna Mannings, resides at 1455 BushwishAve/, Bklyn, W Register for both the Pen Swim Sweepstakes rand TYPE K Lengths RElc
NY. We value you, Elder Olive Hanna Munnings. LINDSLEY-RBC "Gift Prizes." $3,46ter.
r .
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YOU SAVE $1.17

TOWN TALK AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY . Harvey Hallon .r. ;,. ,, .!!' ._III
7th Ave., NY hopping the Club Clrcut, "Duke's Inn and the
Gold Lounge,"saying hello to Garth Reeves,Stanley Sweeting,
Hoopie Hall, Ted and WinfredDorsett... Karin LaVern Reed,
cute University of South Carolina student, the prettiest girl In Lindsley Lumber
Hollywood, Fla. . She's 20 years-old, likes"Rock and Roll"
music, favorite singers:"The Temptations Truly Believe)
. . The Delfonics' "La La La Means I Love You' dedicatedto MIAMI-DADE STORES
pretty Alicia Scott, 2110 NW 59th SL. Security (Etta Open Sundays till 2 P.M. LindsleyRBC
James) D e d I cat e d to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sutton of West y
3505 N.W. 79th Street-Ph.696-2810 1635 NW.28th St.-Ph. 635-4511 Stores
This is alsolocated
Palm Rutledge). .
Beach. (she's the former Delores _
N W.7th Ave.& 127th St. Ph. 681-7471 2160 S.W.27th Ave.-Ph.443.7432
Scoop Bethel saying. "Time and tide waits for no man. C-U- NW.27th 179th St_Ph.621-0544) 812 S.W.12th Ave.-Ph. 374.5108 .
NX-WK. 14300 N.W.27th Ave.-Ph.6884523 401 NE. 167th St.-Ph.949-3537 in:
- 8820 Bird Road-Ph.221-8311 HIALEAH/ : 1295 W.49th St.-Ph 821.2150
4300 Ponce de leonPh. 443-7461 PERRINE:S. Dixie Hwy.Ph.238.5535 Kty Vest ((2 Stores)
496 HL 79th St.-Ph. 757-4571 HOMESTEAD 632 Washington Ave.-Ph.247-6813 I IslamoradaTra
S. Dixie&Ludlam Road-Ph.661-1672
5891 S. Dixie Hwy.Ph.6615361
660 N E. 96th St. Ptl.759-2431
Fort PierceCocoa'
3817 N.W. 17th Ave.-Ph 6334218 .
16160 Biscayne Blvd.- 947-4711

BROWARD COUNTY STORES Open Sundays '1/12 P.M. Daytona Beach .
After all.. W. HOLLYWOOD 1800 N.State Road 7 Ph.989.6850 FT.LAUDERDALE. 219 N.W.1st Ave.-Pit'S22-7411 Tampa ((5 Stores)
: Ph.922-5624
: 1st Ave Ph.942-0900)
THERE'SNO OAKLAND PARK: 1099 Oakland Park Blvd.-Ph.565-6761 'FT.LAUDERDALE:800 N.E.3rd Ave..::Ph. 522.2572 Largo
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,_, University of Miami presi- fairs at the Metropolitan Applied .d
dent Henry King Standord announced Research Center in New BY LEO ARMDRISTER Over .
MARLINS RUN INTO HARD LUCK Monday that three na- York, is the third member of

., tionally prominent Negro so- the panel,
Although they are leading the Eastern Division, the Mar ciologists have been invited to From 1950 1957, Mr. YOUNG BOATMANS SAFETY COURSE
lins are strugling to stay up there, having lost their two first the university as curriculum Marshall worked with the New
string catchers. Lou Coccia who is serving his time with Uncle consultants to determine what York City Youth Boards as a Miami Is advancing its position as "Boating Capital of the

Sam for a couple of weeks and Tony Sellari out with a seperat- emphasis I the university street club worker,counseling World" by teaching younger residents safe boating.
ed shoulder, this really hurts the team and its pitching, Frank should place on American members of fighting gangs and Sponsored by the City of Miami,the Young Boatmen's Safe
Joyal taking their place, was brought fa from Stockton, a farm gro culture. later supervising the units of ty Training Course,begins June 17 and continues for 12 weeks.
team of the Orioles, and who Just returned from the service, The decision to bring the street club workers. Application form are available at the City's eight municipal -
it's kind of hard on him not knowing the pitchers too well, then distinguished trio to the UM As a research associate at swimming pools. The Bayfront Park bandshell will serveas
again he is doing a good Job. Manager Harry Malmberg is in campus was madebyDr.Stanford Columbia University's New pick-up point for city-provided bus transportation to and
Mercy Hospital with a severe case of the virus. He is expectedto and did not form part of York School of Social Work from the City of Miami Marine Stadium on the Rickenbacker
be out of uniform for approximately one week. During his the program priorities outlined where he received his Masterof Causeway.
absence, the'Marlins are being managed former Major League by the United Black Students Social Welfare degreein A $2 registration fee covers texts, life Jackets and a Red
catcher, and now Baltimore Scout, Dick Brown. Dick was unfortunate early in May. 1959heworkedonthepost. Cross certificate and emblem.
enough to have his baseball career curtailed having The sociologists, who will institutional adjustment of Two classes a day -- 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. -- will meet for
<;itwo serious operations on his head.I have been asked to men collaborate with UM departmental training school boys and con four-hour periods Monday through Friday, a total of 20 hours

tions by all the Marlin baseball, fans, for a: speedy recovery, chairmenanddeans, ducted a survey of the lower per course.
for Harry Malmberg, let's hope so. With all this rain, and will visit the university dur- East Side voluntary agencies Prerequisites are a Red Cross, YMCA YWCA swim cardor
games washed out, the Marlins have quite a number of double- ing July to review the coursesof Mr. Marshall, who received a signed statement from a qualified instructor attesting to
headers to be played, which is going to nuke it rough on them study an evaluate the focus his Bahelor's degree from the the student's ability to swim.
all around. The pitching is holding up real good, Greg Arnoldis placed on Negro contributions College of the City of New York Non-swimmers can qualify by signing up for the 'learn-
the leading pitcher with a 7.2 record, 72 strikeouts and 50 to the development of this in 1949 and who is currently to-swim program at local pools and then enroll in the boat

walks. country. working on his doctorate in safety program.Six .
Bill Ray a converted pitcher,now a utility outfielder is'leadIng Heading the panel will be Dr. education at New York University 13'19' Rogue sailboats with a mainsail and Jib will accommodate

the team with a 324 batting average, Lew Beasley another Charles U. Smith, professor continued to work with 15 students per class, a total of 360 for the entire
utility outfielder 282, Moe Hill 280,Larry Johnson 279. Vaughn of sociology at Florida A&M gangs and deviant youths during summer.
Kovach a new addition to the team is 3-0-earned run average University and chairman of his appointment as assis Youngsters age Hare eligible for the program,which was
0.38.21 strikeouts and 7 bases on ball some record. This weks that institution's Research professor Columbia started last year at the Marine Stadium by the Dade County
schedule Saturday, June 22 Marlins vs West Palm Beach, Committee and Athletic from 196164. Marine Council and the Dade County Citizens Safety Council.

Sunday, June 23, Marlins Ft.Lauderdale;TuesdayWednesday Committee.Dr. Later he served as program Classes ,will be filled on a first come, first served basis.
June 25 26, Marlins vs. Cocoa. 17 doubleheaders 4 at Smith, a native of Bir- director, of the Har- Additional information may be obtained from the Recreation

home 13 on the road. mingham, Ala., received his lem Youth Opportunities Unlimited Division of,the Miami Parks and Recreation Department,445-
Bachelor of Science degree in Inc. and as executive 4731.
JIMMY HINES HAS HIS CHOICE 1944 from Tuskegee Institute director of the Paterson Task

where he was honored as Force for Community Action. BOWLING TOURNAMENT IN SITE
Joe Robbie Dolphins president and general manager Informsme the highest ranking male He holds a Master's degree
that he Insists onJimmyHines, goto the Olympics, and on scholar in his graduatingclass. from the College of the City of Bowlers and officials from Central America and Panama

his return, can sign with Miami Dolphins, which I think is a In 1946, he received his .New. York. are unanimous in planning to send representatives to Miami's
good gesture. Jimmy is the fastest human since Bobby Hayes Master of Arts degree in sociology In Dr. Stanford' s invitationto sixth annual Invitational Bowling Tournament of the Americas -
days. He was an early draft choice, for his speed 'but' he from Fisk University the panel, he suggested that July 23.28, at Cloverleaf Lanes.
hasn't played football in three years, George Wilson and and, in_1950 his Ph. D. from they meet at UM either on July' These pledges were given to Mike Jacobson, assistnt director
,coaches highly recommend Jimmy for his speed. Washington State University. 17.19 or July 23.25.- the date of the Miami event, recently returned from the fifth

_._,__ --41'" All ,__ He also did post-doctoral stu- to be selected by mutual annual Bowling Tournament of Central America and Panama
dies at the University of Con- .agreement of panel members. held in El Salvador, where he met with participating officialsto
necticut. discuss plans for the tounament. next month.On .
The second vice-president HOME FROM VIETNAM the final day of the tourney,Tournament 0 f the Americas
of the Southern Sociological executive director Lee Evans Joined Jacobson in El Salvador

Society and chairman of that Sp5 Benjamin Richardson, for the awards banquet and trophy presetation.
organization's program sec- Sr., is home visiting his par- Winning the trophies were Licha de Allwood of El Salvadorfor
tion on poverty, he was selected ents Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt her 230 game, and Jose Luis Provedor of Nicaragua for
as a delegate to the White Richardson of 1325 NW 69th his 256.
House Conference on Education Street, and his wife Bernice, Evans also presented keys to the City of Miami and Metropolitan

w 7pawz in 1965. son Benjamin Jr., and daugh- Dade County to Raul Salaverrla, director of this yar's
1aH He has served as consultantto ter Catherine.Sp5 Richardsonis Central American tourney.
various local, state and fed home after spending a yearin "We went to El Salvador to talk about the Bowling Tournament
eral agencies i and commissions Vietnam. of the Americas," Jacobson said.
and as research consul
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tant for North Carolina, Florida A----- 9
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State and Fisk universities. ( ,
r1S A guest lecturer at many institutions ; ''.

f of higher learning, 1, re
Dr. Smith Is listed in Who's

Who in .American Education,
0 Who's Who in the South and
Southwest andinAmerican

Men of Science. He has writ-
r Xa ten numerous articles on the

Negro role in society.The .
second member of the t

panel is Dr, Daniel .ThompSOD

professor of sociologyand .
chairman of the Divisionof .. 'r'
the Social Sciences and director
of research at Dillard Surveyors of the Metropolitan Dade County Park and Recreation Department sur-

x University in New Orleans. vey theland that in the future will be a beautiful neighborhood park with recreation

The author of two books .. facilities and staffed with personnel conducting recreational programs. In photo:
y "The Eighth Generation" and (L) Mark Sadolf, instrument man and (R) Lucian Napier, Eng. Aide.
"The Negro LeadershipClass" 'Dozer in position and ready to begin its work.

'r --, Dr. Thompson received Photo courtesy of Dade County Park and Recreation Department. Photography.
NEW his Bachelor of Arts by Chris Christman.
, .. .
degree from Clark College in SMNY1 }%{V1HW.; ;}S.V1} } {, .S'' } ;v!<;titirK M MJ06Y( /! sr, y!} r'?:;} .:

Will another minute of prayer help South Floridians find 1941, his Bachelor of Divinity :
more understanding and concern for each other in today'.I degree from Gammon Theological -
world? Seminary in 1944,

The Miami Dolphins hope that'it may and will have that mln Master's degrees in sociology 45ti'tiy99J5'y
ute of prayer just before every home football game this fall in: from Atlanta University(1944)and ( )
the in social relations from
Orange Bowl.President .
and General Manager Joseph Robbie, in making, Harvard University(1950)( ),
and his Ph. D. in sociologyfrom
the announcement today, said, "We hope that his prayer will!i ;
help those at our game to take time to remember our country Columbia University

each our men' service and our great need for more concern foi: ((1955)Professor. of sociology at 'r : I A FAT FEEE.<

The invocations Howard University from 1962- ?%' r {: rr: ; ::[::}}i.'r'. . k{?
the 10 Dolphins home games will be giver:I 'r,: 'i'i: : : // .h.. r.}
63 he served as consultant :rYiY: : ;j} :f, .
by a each
different clergyman time.
with the Ford Foundation's ''':{ti11.ri:'+:'}1S :a 'r.,1 },{ }NYl:
The minute of which had been before
prayer, planned even t
Public Affairs Program in '}k r'ti'r1.: ?.:rpYi: ..:vrsY... .{! ::i L yyv:< ',
this year's outbreak of violence,will precede the National Anthem -
. 1963, as consultant with the tat
Just before the kickoff.
.. U. S. Department of Education {vfa: : : < / < / *!** > fe / '
President Robbie of the < % > -- -
Dolphins said "We are proud tc I *< \
in 1964-65 and as consultant k. ciff r}?}'fi'r: r''i.*??+ /(: {:$ s.C- J f'W : sjr; :V
}; i };:?: ;}}; {}r tiJ}:{'}},,}
announce such a program and hope it will spread all around I ,, Y 'L' { :'{'}:{':+ rYSN}::{YrNN'NYVS'YFAa1.jar'1M' 'braw.Y :f
with the Ford Foundation'sDivision
the country.
of Education and R et -
"Our athletes have never failed to stop:and pray before t search.
every game they've every played. Our hope for our "programof I
Prayer' is for every individual to take a moment of reflection , Kenneth E. Marshall, vice-
for comrainity at-
to offer good will to all others,' added Robbie. president

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I r:I: Voice Of The with Community .1 ti BUSINESS DIRECTORYDRESS

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....-....:oo--...._____ of':wanting oo:.:._':_.:_.:_ox_ _ The price a minutes to deliver EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE
serve the community. You message on television. If 1,000 think about what I have just PATRICIA'S INC. 4400 NW 7th Avenue 0. CULME
know; a lot of times we takea citizens donated$5.00apiece been writing about. And if I 5843 NW 17th Avenue Earl Edwards, Prop. Public Accountant
lot of things for granted.Be- that would come to a total of were you, I would take off my SHADDIE'STAVERN Income Tax Notary

ing a politician, a comminlty $5,000, which would rent halls, hat to that Indi v Id ua I who is LORY'S FASHION SHOPS 6800 NW 15th Avenue Phone 633-3735
service worker etc., is one of buy blll-boardshand cards more than likely losing ten 6112 NW 7th Avenue Live Entertainment WeekendsUPHOLSTERY 5264 NW 24th AvenueS.
years of his Martin W. Smith
normal life
the most time-consuming rent cars for election day for Just .
nerve-racking headaches that those who thinking about and taking care
are physically unable of his FUNERAL HOMES Bookkeeping & Tax Service
an Individual can even to walk to the polls or ride imiiediate family or be- AL'S UPHOLSTERY 1730 NW 57th Street
Imagine.I In mt opinion the the bus and that are not financially ing assassinated.That not only RAHMINGS MORTUARY EVERGREEN 5509 NW 759.8907 7th Avenue 691.2114

first prerequisite to be a public able to hire a cab. neglects himself, take some- 1744. NW 3rd Avenue
servant is dedication, that thing away from his family 3718343MANKERMILTON

makes the difference between a So briefly mainly himself, donates to .. REALTORS Pwqa FLORIST
you can see that every charitable BROWN REALTY
politician and a statesman. when you play in the big lea- in town, talk to groups organization of one 6701 NW 15th Avenue 4740 NW 7th Avenue ....... ...,fHOII
will bend at
The politician 754.0655
gues it takes 691.9151
money, and a lot or two the
the pressure of a loud small of it. So as Mr. on corner or thou-
Public Servant sands in a hall that is Mr. Pub- LAUNDRY &
group. A statesman will hold pass by on the
you streets lic Servant. SAVE UP TO 40%
his ground at all cost that CLEANING
which Is best for the total com- I WILLIAMS' ON 4340 H.W. 7h Avow.Mudl .

munity.A TAILORS & CLEANERS Auto InsiiroiKt "M"
lot of people look at public 1 Day Service Alterations
NW 27th Avenue ,
4842 S. '
servants as someone who Phones 634.9251 Liability Physical .J

gets his name in the paper,his FWNCAi( RESPONSIBILITY DamageSR

picture on television and a SPECIALISTS Sfclif ilings AUTO REPAIR 22 Filing

popularity of a lot of people EDW. BRYANT'S Mo One Refused t

knowing him. Public servants GOOD DRIVERSNo
work at minim im of 15 hoursa FIRST GARAGE
Finance Chargeas
day, 7 days a week, 365 daysa INSURANCE AGENCY 4382 NW 32nd Avenue little
635-4210 as
year. When a person runs fora
w. o. P.ev
public p o takes a I 15% flOWN
minimum for a local position 1 s WE WIRE FLOWERS.
of 40 persons working on the I JIM LEVENSON, Own.r l hone> 635.7507 AT SHELL'S CITY ANYWHERE
(South Door) $ .oo Minimum
main staff and at least a thousand I
working out in the,fieldin WE'VE MOVED!!! PLAZA INSURANCE Cod 305

the community. And thou- Magic City & Harlem Cabs /COLORS DOUBLE GUY ACTION HAIR BUM AGENCY 754-8061
sands of dollars for campaign
P2 DRESSES HAIR IX PIKE Phone:754-4951
material and rallies better Operating the Citgo Service Station "% 5941 NW 7th Avenue 7584371AUTO
known as "fish friesto get NEW

John Doe, Q-citizentotakeout LOCATION 1501 NW 62 St. -

one hour of the day and goand HOME 5 YRS OF AAA

vote for who he feels is best to NEWPHONE 696-6400 AUTO SERVICE INSURANCEImmediate

serve their community. Dur-
ing that tim, i. the public ser- BUSINESS 759.4603 SR-22 Filing
vant never sees his family and DOWN- Don't be fooled by low down payments for applicationi
his children, who are more TOWN COCONUT GROVE AND LIBERTY which do not give you Insurance coverage.. We have
for two generations and take pridein
been In
than likely asking their mother CITY AREAS) servicing our customers with honest explanationsand
who is that strange man that honest answers.. We Insure you with companies
comas in now and then? that give you the lowest possible rates._
So basically, the reason why Learn a lifetime Profession for lust pennies LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS

I have stated my column this Expert Barbering .. Expert Processing 0. GOODMAN & SONS '

way thus far is to point out to" Expert Wig, Styling y 2633 Ntt) 62nd ST. OX I-03M

you, my readers, my listeners -
Both Women and Men are Welcome
on my radio program, my & Classes
friends, and my fellow citi- Night Day Buy first class Insurane

zens that it takes more than a Low monthly payment KING THE TAILOR"The
Jackson Barber .
pat on the back to be successfulin College SR 22 filed Immediately
Pants King"
an election. 6225 HW 22 AVE. 6919335Res. Compare Us With Other-II!! 1

A community that is beginning 688-8310 FREE ADVICE ON ANY 6129 NW 7th Ave.
to be placed in a main- INSURANCE PROBLEM i ,
Mr. W. Jackson Director
scream of our decision nuking ,

policy that runs our commun- Notary Service rj Pants Made to Measure Any Style

ity and state and if we are go- '
From $19.95
Fresh Fish & Chicken EARL CARROLL :
ing t o play one hundred per Daily Ins.Agency of Fla. Fast Service Perfect Fit Guaranteed
cent. That means, that you
John Doe 4602 With AVENUE Thousands Patterns for Your Approval
Businessman, community
leaders are going to have to
honestly, sincerely,
'Since 1949"
and faithfully a candidate,that COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE
means the most to you or your THE THERESA FLORIST

comet'unity. Northwest Fish & Poultry 5841 NW 17th Avenue STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER

Let's look at it from this
Expert Funeral Designs
point. If 10 citizens' donated VET TV
7506 NW 17th Ave.
$20.00 a piece that would be THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL

$200.00 that could be used for 10% Reduction on TED FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET
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LUXURIOUS 1680 SEA-FURY PHONE: 693.4531 379-7735

1968 BOAT, Night: 621.6056 846 NW 2NO AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9

MOTOR 18 Year of Responsible
Building Service to I It

The Community MUFFLERS:
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'hen Buying or Building



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The world's largest volume discount dealer is now discounting the prestigious, Lot or OursAttractive Alterations !I.

nationally known SEA-FURY at this fantastic price . No other dealer in the world and

Is offering this beautiful family fish and ski boat and quality equipment for a low AdditionsLet

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The only way to buy Is the Galloway wayl We don't use gimmicks, high pressureor Your Worn OutHouse .
boats are complete absolutely ready to launch! and Builda
misleading I I i ads. Galloway ,GUAftANfEEp
Includes Beautiful' 1680 Sea-Fury ((5 year warranty), Sun lounger Lovely New /MOST
This price ) Bow.rall,, tented walk-thru windshield, quality running lights Home t
uats (Storage &tt width moulded motor well, complete ste.rlng,powerful 45 h p Call Us for pacts About
and deck hardware starting engine, (full 2 year warranty)', big breakfrome, certified Building
Chrysler electric and box nylon tledown, SO ft. tie up line, fire extinguisher, whistle, Good Bank Financing
Tar rr'ialli7. lack.'mouM.d fibre double gloss safety bottom, twin cruise tanks,
anchor, and 100''line all I controls and cables, registration numbers, etc., etc. AND STANLEY BUILDERSInc.

THAT'S OUR THING. ;15% DOWN 2450 $4tll Steet

EASY FINANCING BANK G A L L 0 W A Y 36 TO MONTHS PAY 888 Licensed N. E. 79th Insured Street

13100 S. W. 87th AVENUE OPEN TIL 6 P.M.1 DAYS 238-6022 Miami, Florida

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.t Il ;Business.o..a.l "Combine: :Opens Baltimore ; CarL ': _1,0

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BALTIMORE. A group of national advertising,director, fa c 111 t 1'-'' equal divided between vice area, body shop, and used lar renovation program immediately will with Fall,anticipated Wilson said.completion
( .t prominent black businessmen Afro-American Newspapers, Negro and white em- car facility on a pieshaped get underway

.111' have opened an automobile secretary; and Henry G. ployes--will remain intact, city block bounded by Ca-

dealership, under tha name of Parks, Jr. H (. Parks, Inc., according to Senior. thedral, Biddle and Maryland \,';' NO' OUALiYliii0USES':\ir!
in the treasurer. contains a streetr. ,I
Central Dodge, Inc., The dealership 1
central city in an urban rede- General manager of the new car showroom, large ser- A quarter of a million dol- ": .((1)) 3379 NW 48t'h'T rr. bedrooms:: C8S,
velopment area, to exhibit"an dealership is Ernest Senior,a down '. pi '
alternative" to the urban Baltimorean with a wide background I $595 ,,' .. ''r.;',

crisis. in new and used car REALTY ((2)) '1420'' NW 37h* Su,: 'Ci$*'.fHd raeNt: f.Ja':
is alternative to sales. Arthur M. Reynolds,
'This an
;room,, garage, ,$23 week.,$695;down:
the urban crisis we face, prominent WashingtonBaltimore :

is said president Kenneth of 0.the Wilson new ,auto who general attorney counsel and CPA for, actsas the )'(::1'i(3))1(( ) 4 'NW'.67rtirS -'CBS: \ ,,\,3; :bed".r m s ,

sales franchise. group. :! *.'. : , $495.down, ,$25 ,weelu$ F :,,I '...;'.;:' y)" :
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-- -" OPEN ," ' ,
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rjT, o? :..J<;((4),): 1'J9'ond' ,1621'NW,3Bdi, 'St;i,:'-2, h usesv:, 1

NO QUALIFYING MOVE IN '..' \ lot, ;:$995 down>.'good A't: >
J Cottage at 1021 NW 37th St. Large fully fenced ; ; JI') ", I lot, fruhly painted inside and out. Best location. ;',):, ((5)4001!)" NW :19thAve.CE,/; 2:: r r..m,.,_

Near everything. Price $7,000, $500 down, $80 :< bath, dining''room,'1 $700.'d wlf lf:':525"wfrejcl J(
month pays all. Vacant, move right in.

J&i ro"," ((6)) 4407' NY.11th/ AYe -' 2 houses on'.t'ot;' j' '
.SELLER ",PAYS, ;ALL CL'S111II.TS : : J; '
Modern 2'b.d roo", 'CBS on HW:Wth/TerrNtar21V[ ,:' '.$700:down,: $25 ,week"1: : ,'
Aye.. Jalousie' windows; .'.awnings. ,. 9f<>velKroof; ',s:a; OPEN EVERY. BAY: ;': ))
r large, yard, FHA ,,price, '$11,500;$350, ;_dow7$76.9d': : :.;}" ':: :' '
1 Y wlifehomes month and seller pays all costs! ;"*, *, J%,,, ;%v?:t.t'' FORD: Rr lTYI"C.; Irk'r l rr;

NO QUALIFYING MOVE IN! 3639 NW' 15tK Ave. 635.4595kCARLTON

This 2 bedroom frame on NW 93rd St. near NW
25th Ave house has been 'completely done over

_ KENNETH WILSON -- inside and out. Enclosed front porch, very large REALTY
ERNEST SENIOR lotappliances. Price $7,500$500 down, $85 mo.

"This is a facility in the big "The dealership maybe pays all. ,Vacant. Move right in. 3014 NW 19 STREET (Broker)
of American business. owned' Senior
leagues by Negroes, '
It gives the young Negro an opportunity said, "but we're in business to 4' "'-j' WILL SELL''F8R FHA' VALUATION\::: ';;I?;, 693-4772'Answer'"" CALL 635-3177

to Identify with sell car and provide good ;, B.tutlf.I) bedroom' CBS on' 83rd :Trr.,,Near NW5521ni'Ave. ': .
American business. service to everybody. We are Tile ,roof. {jalosie"windows'awrnings'v' \ FHA CBS BEAUTIES

"It is evidence to him that going to be competitive I large, .utllity''r0ori' pla room,' air condldoner'11' 3 BDRM, 2 BATH Liv' rm, din rm, Ut Rm, Cpt.,
within the framework of the we're going to get the job ',stove, wall to wall carpeting. ,This lovely home!, '::1r,1. Kitch, $16,000, $1,500 down, $118 mo. pays all.

changing economic system,he done." !U.fmraaeutote' and ,a bargain' ',c'?.$13,000, .with, t .$4001.i" 3 BDRM, 1% BATH, Liv rm, Fla rm, K, din rm,
dOwnrtindu$87manth: .,.FMA,': .J,> "''''\';; /1 N I;, 'r'{ down
too can overcome. A veritable who's who lathe gar, Ut rm, $18,000, $800 $715 mo. pays
On band at the party all. Extra 1 bdrm $75
press Negro business world is involved apt. rents mo.
annoucing the. new dealershipin in the dealership.Numbered ' Very sharp CBS at 3620 NW 179th St. Large corner 3 BDRM, 2 BATH Liv rm, Fla rm, K, din rm,
the Terrace Room of the among them are mem- screened patio, 'cen.heat, sprinklers The
lot, Florida room, carport, rear patio, jalousie gar
SheratonBelvedere, were bers of the board of directorsof windows awnings, FHA price $13,500 $450 worksl $20,500$1,675 down$164 mo. pays all .
Mayor Thomas D'Alesandro Baltimore Mutual, which down, $$90.16 month and seller will pay all clos- NO QUALIFYING

n, and A. G. Kirchner, gen- includes attorneys, dentists, ing costs, too. 2 BDRM, I BATH Dream House for couple.
eral sales manager of Dodge medical doctors, accountants,
division, Chrysler corpora- businessmen in all areas of ::\ ; r; HI' '.... ? : $10,900, $1,000 down, $75 mo. pays all.
1; tl 34JALIFYINN'-'MOVE'"IN: !
,. \ 3 BDRM, I BATH Gar. A REAL BUYII! $12,500,
tion.Central endeavor, and even an athlete. bedroom' home: large.'I tot.G3alousfe windows "': $1,000 down, $115 mo. all. '
Dodge is a spin-off The dealership was the for- ';J. en ; ; 4,: pays
's' corporation of Baltimore Mutual mer facility of Well and Scott 'stoveifrefrlgeraior.' # .,Neat NW-,:22nd'"Ave&81stuTrrIPrt2'e'onlyT,000$10005dowrr'ond'3T5"rat; 't 2 CBS HOUSES 2 bdrm, 1 bath in each. Investor -

,I Investment Company. Brothers, who has been doing t. ; I :' ': ...,, Paradise. $200 mo. Income $13,500, $1,500

\' }:ti l Aside from,Wilson, who'is business in the area for some down, $100 mo.
,,'I. I second vice-president, Afro- three decades. The last pre- SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS MANY MORE EXCELLENT HOMES & DUPLEXES
American Newspaper Group, vious dealer--Henry "Skip" Lovely corner 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS home. Jalousie -. '
* * * * * *
president Baltimore Weil, Jr., son of the founder-- windows, fenced yard, pretty patio, bor-b-
Mutual, other principals include decided to sell the franchise que, wall to wall carpeting, terrazzo floors, FHA TUNE IN TO JON CARLTON In the Real Estate
Dr. H. Garland Chlssell, earlier this year. price only $13,500 with $450 down and $90.10 Corner, WMBM, 1490 KC, Friday 3:00: p.m. and
(Our 9:00: fM, Get Real Estate Information and call
vice-president; George-Judge The regular staff of the mo. Opa.locka number is 624.3666)) to see the homes.

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I Organize I Large 4 bedroom, 2 bath,:CBS and garage In back'.
I ',has 2 apartment, ,Location at 48 NW, 48th St. is King Realty Inc. of Miami"King
'f I everything.. Price $16,500$3,000
i idRalr near :' \ ;
25,000 Black People ;down and'$13qmonth.Ceod'buy.'Live: rent freed Sis* Buys"R: TORS. 8000 NW 7th
.. , DADE .
IC "WI. ,\ '...... .' ,t'>I "' .. '''. ,I h' ,' ,f ISOUR COUNTY Ave

t According to T. Willard super markets, INVESTORS AND RETIRED PEOPLEWe KINGDOM '

5 Fair, newly appointed Grand service stations,banks, mort- have some 5 and 6 unit rental properties. CALL
) Master for the State of Florida . gage and associations, insurance You can obtain with reasonable down payment. 6432881
\ of Modern Free and Accepted companies and other Priced very sensibly and give very good returnson
t Masons of the World Scot businesses.Our your investment. Come and seer I i

tish Rite Affiliation, buildinga '
aim is to serve the ,fii Da' 'Pi r' '; ,';;'V : t"1roI:t/': E''r; i Sf -:
strong economic and politic -
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cal base with, by, and for Ne- present age. We do not intendto 'f' ,
groes is the real key to power ignore tradition, but we are ,Thi'i'3'bedroam2 both beauty is on,2 coma,' lots*;
and prosperity Suffice it dedicated to the ideal of mov- Double.,carport, tile: roof, oil heat, awnings, jalousie -
windows, air, conditioners large modern'
ing toward financial independence ,
to say, we plan to recruit 25-,
kitchen, appliances wall to wall' N'g
000 Masons and EasternStars and security for all carpeting
fenced FHA price $18,500.$800 down
during 1968. There is no doubt members of our organizationand $113.76 sprinklers month and seller all costs, 050 NW 84 STREET
in our minds that this will be for all Black people in gen- "* ,*' .' ' ;' ...j4.pays* **" \''':: ,lA,' .r" 3 bedroom, Ideal area, FHA terms, fenced, $100
accomplished. We have full- eral. down

time professional Masons and Modern Free and Accepted 3 BEDROOMS BATHS SWIMMING POOL
Stars covering the entire State Masons of the World Scottish Corner home on large landscaped fenced lot, LIVE RENT FREE DUPLEX

of Florida. Rite Affiliation was organized awnings, jalousie windows, carport, large modern, 9226-28 NW 18 AVENUE
November 1, 1917. kitchen, appliances, air conditioned, 26 ft. pool, 1 bedroom 'furnished. Only $11,500, $350down.No .
Modern Free and Accepted
sprinklers, circular drive. FHA price $14,500, closing costs. A steall
Masons of the World will be The organization was form $450down, 97.01 month.iXplTcAN .
the vehicle at the disposal of ed not to change any of the NO QUALIFYING
Black Floridians to help them landmarks of Free Masonry, 1-1'1-,im" ,', >;" . " 1";;" "'i'Mt:), IJt' 1... 1141 NW 88 STREET
find their true place in society but to give Black people a por- ,; ,WI AVE I.INY. RE'"' I S a 2 bedroom beauty. Fenced. Move right in.

through mutual selfhelp. tion of,the advantages they had BOY.'AMY OF OUR FMAHOMESFOR, 3931 NW 115 STREET
The pooling of the resources *'$$100 DOWN IF'YOUAR"'AV :
never enjoyed. ; ET'ORBEINO"tip
3 bedroom
"1 2 bath, no qualifying. What a buyl
a by the members of MF&AMW Modern Free and Accepted t-if)',",i1, ;""DISPLACED, AND IF YOU .:1:,:,.'.\".
for the mutual benefit of Black Masons of the world is chart-
Gorgeous 3 bedroom 91st St.
wt I.' :. FHA terms, only
people can bring into reality ered to operate in 50 states of p i $13,500.
anything it takes for a better United States. .

'ic11 Gorgeous 4 bedroom, 2 bath, FHA terms, ,vets
REALTY only $100 down. Beautiful area.


., , BROKER ... 2180 NW 155 TERRACE
$300 down One FHA mortgage $62 monthly : t .
No qualifying, gorgeous 3 bedroom, 2 bath, $93mo.
2 bedrooms-CBS :' J'.4-3'). MW, :7th )",A" w'I includes all. See this steall
a S Lot 60x100 " 'I'' '", ',' OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE
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tl i PL '9.4371 (1 :*:; {I'
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'Tile Roof ; AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWe
Other Extras ;:J :11000 NW 27 Av* :; i specialize in homes for persons being displaced -

373-3304 o( ";" I', OWNER 923-1300 r , t In Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing
"';: :f :::- 6244666f ;," : Projects Veterans call to see if you qualify.
: : :'uOpen:; : Evening* Sundays ;.'i <; :ri:' You're 'only a phone call away.


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CLASSIFIED ADS home.Room for 6333109.young lady In private : 3,age.bedroom, 2 ,bath, gar- $76 WEEK

1809 NW 41st Street First Federal Savings
15 WORDS OR LESS $1.50. 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD Nice working, settled 7195 NW 15th Court 4 p.m. to midnight Monday

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED fliK_THCCDAV, 6 P.M lady. 1370 NW 37th Street. Buy Like Rent through Friday, 8 '

__ n Lot Bought & Sold 4 p.m. Saturday. Chan e
FOR SALE FOR SALENo FOR SALE 2 bedroom, 2 bath duplex JE 81340EXCLUSIVE to earn more money Free
apartment. Stove and refrig- Uniforms, parking, Insurance -
fashion colors
NEW are Sue'sdelight. qualifying move right in., FHA 'I I I I FHA 1 III I I FHA I III I I erator. NE section, near 62nd retirement plan ,
She keeps,her carpet Immaculate 2 bedroom 1 bath N. E.
Only $250 downpaymentor Credit
Street. Call 371-3622. union, paid vacation.
colors bright-with Blue Lus- enclosed sleeping porch,, car- $100 to Veterans. 2 bedroom SECTION Must have good work 're

tre for cleaning carpets. Rent port, tile roof hardwood floor, homes CBS (we have 2 with Private furnished rooms. NE Private entrance, 2 bedrooms ferences. Telephone: 373 -

electrict Shampooer $1. Star nicely furnished tool$1600down monthly payments of $66 to section. Near 62nd cooking unf urn.apt. Adults, 2553.
Hardware Co. 8747 NW 22nd
$110 month pays every- $70) call us on these 2 homes call 371-3622. No peti.
Avenue. thing. Ou NW 32nd St. Near 13 for locations, and we will be 759-4174

Refrigerator, living room Ave. Atlantic & Pacific Realtors glad to drive you to them.Call Room. Working man only. 691- 691-6145 FOR SALE

suite, king size mattress,etc 6660411.No Fenster Realty(Broker) 759- 2006., 8 units consisting of 4

824 NW 56th Street. 8779. family homes and 1 four unit
qualifying modern CBS2 1 bedroom CBS Duplex $19 AFRICAN PRINT apt.bldg., Lot size 100x141.
bedroom 1 bath
2 complete bedroom suites room, 1 bedroom apartment $19 Cross over $7,500. Tenant
carport tile roof hardwood BEAUTY SHOP 44.48AII.Types
with Simmons mattresses, a floor close, in town, location 1 bedroom CBS apartmeat$19 MOROCCO cops, leather, pays own utilities. Price
washer-dryer Kenmore, like $100,,down (2 chairs) plus 2 2 bedroom apartment $33 clothing. Bead necklaces, $13,000 with $500 cash
new sectional couch, break- monthly payment rental units, excellent moneymaker DEPOSIT REQUIRED earrings, rings, Incense, down. htmortgage$10,000
front, dining room table, six arranged. Atlantic & pacific New area perfect location WEST REALTY pipes, etc. from Africa, Mid- payable $100 month. 6%.
chairs, coffee table,end table, 666-0411. Plenty of parking 2058 NW 62nd Street tall East, ,free India.wholesale.Catalog 25 i re- Owner take second mortgage

2 living room chairs, a sofa,a Runs from Street to Street Donald P. Brown payable $35 mo.Call evenings -
floor model hi-fi combination. 1771 NW 81st TERRACENo Drive by 1778 NW 95th Street Room in private home for set- 109 W. 82 St., NYC 10024 only. Morris Young'

Call Mr. Murray! at 7598779or qualifying, move right in. then call us for all informa- tled working woman. 1740 NW (212) SC 4.9430 221-7735
come by Sunday 3 6 p.m. 2 bedrooms, CBS, Fla. room, tion Fenster RealtyBroker) 49th Street. Ph. 635-4078. (or TR, 44459)) ,

1220 NW 88th Street. air-conditioned, panelled 759-8779. ROOMS -
walls, furnished,large lot.See For beautiful comfortable liv- FOR SALE
2030 NW 89th St. FHA$11,000 and call owner 758-5400. ing call 371-8965. OR TRADE
and down best SMALL 'FRYE LITTLE
$350 down. $73.54 month. Duplex up
Modern 2 bedroom CBS tile OUR BEST BUY buy in this area,Florida room, RED SCHOOL HOUSE BUNCHE PARK

bath, oversized lot. Veteransor Total price $8,500, with only garage large rooms and HELP WANTED Kindergarten & Nursery Your lot as payment

urban renewal $100 down. $300 down and $90 a month large Duplex hardwood floors Operator wanted, Busy Areyou a workingmother? 3 bedroom, 1 bath

We have the key Turbin Real- pays all for only 15 years. sensational value at $18,500 salon on 91st Street and 17th Do you want your childto 16231 Bunche Park
tors. 7906 NW 7th Ave. Phone Large 2 bedroom 1 bath home terms can be arranged witha Ave. Call 751-7449 or 691- have a fun filled summer *
691-4785' 4 with large eatin kitchen and good down payment shown '9392., (Indef.) with good care ? East Drive
,by appointment only. Call us to
Then send childtous. Bus stop adjacent
rear Florida room, wall to your
2420 NW 93rd Street. 2 bed- wall'carpet beautiful a must Fenster Realty (Broker) 759- PEPSI COLA property

room CBS, Fla. room, ,barrel see. Veterans or displaced 8779. Needs'route salesmen. 5 day 6729 NW 23rd COURTPH 864-4412

tile roof. FHA $10,900 $600 persons only $100 down 6735 NW 4th Ave. week. experience neces- : 633-2306
down. $70.77 month. TUBIN, near the bus and schools most air-conditioned gorgeous, sary., Benefits Include (1) life
Realtors. 7906 NV..7tbA' e. desired convient area. call 2 bedroom, FHA, insurance, (2)) major medical
stove and refrigerator ,
Ph. 6914785. anytime A. Ben-Kori, Real value $10,500-closing cost insurance (3) retirement pro- CITY OF HOME AWAY
-- tor 759-2425. and 221 gram (4)) liberal vacation FROM HOME
$350 down (vets $100 MIAMI BEACH
6401 North Miam Avenue. 3 policy. Chauffeur's licenserequired. .
bedroom 2 bath CBS. Cornerlot BEST AREA people $100) $74.34 monthly Apply 7777 NW 41st CIVIL SERVICEU.S. Tourist AccommodationDo
right on bus line. Tile roof this is a real beauty-see Street. Citizenship you have a friend or
Total price FHA terms: $14- ,
today Aetna Realty (Broker) relative visiting?
hardwood floors. FHA$15,500 300, with $450 down, this is a 811 NW 54th st., Ph.757-5724, Required Beautiful private home for
$500 down.. $103.57 month.Tu- 2 bedroom 1 bath CBS with 7 Good barber wanted. Master Automotive Mechanic It rent. Daily Basis.
bin. Realtors. 7906'NW. 7th large hardwood floors. Near open days. or apprentice. Good pay guar: $466.$566. Age 21-55 ,Tint: Air conditioned, wall/wall

Ave. Ph. 6914785.Like busses and schools. A. Ben- $450 DOWN BE A LANDLORD anteed. Dave's Artistic Bar, yrs., exp. repairing ;cars: carpet throughout, completely -
Kori, Realtor call anytime ber Shop, 1090 NW 62ndStreet furnished In good taste,
new 2025-27 NW 91st Street CBS Park Foreman I: $4224538.
conditioned and (July 12))
859-2425. beautiful' furniture
duplex large center carport85xll71otFHAvalue$13 1855. ,
Age Two
heated. 3 bedroom 2 bath, patio , .t 4 yrs exp.
flowers fruit trees
,- Bahamasdesires ,
as yardman or
,- garage, tile roof, terrazo BEAUTIFUL DUPLEX ? 700 no closing costs $92. U. S. Corporation in nurseryman. and attractive front and

) floors, awnings, built--kit FHA terms total price$13,500 18 monthly stoves and refrigerators teachers couple' Tree Maintenance Foreman: back yards.
chen. FHA price $21,800.- with $450 down live rent free this is the buy Florida certified. Lady in elementary $4224538. Age 21-50. :Two All Utilities Furnished I ncludingClosedGarogeb -

400 down. Tubin, Realtors. rent one side. This is a love- of a lifetime bring your de- education Man in yrs' exp trimming, spraying TV.
7906 NW 7th Ave.Ph.691-4785 ly property a real bargain posit. Aetna Realty (Broker), biology and general science. topping and removing., Move right in
the street from Prefer couple 'with qualifica- Comfortable Florida 'living
right across
811 NW 54th St. Ph.757-5724
2 bedroom bath, large duplex Santa Clara School don't miss 7 tions in additional areas suchas Clerk Typist: $348.444.Age .. SHOWN by APPOINTMENT

FHA, perfect location. Drive this. 'A. Ben-Kori, Realtor call l open days. foreign language, arts, and 17-55. 40 wpm typing. CALL 9 to 5

by 820 NW 60th St. Then call 'anytime 759-2425.: CBS 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH music. Write personell Director Apply Personnel Department 691.5283 a.m. p.m.
for all, information, Fenster P. 0. Box 2268 West ,. Miami Beach, CitY'
Realty, Broker 7598779.By DELUX DUPLEX $16,000.00 FHA Palm Beach, Fla. Hall, 1130 Washington Ave. Evenings & Weekends
4045 NW 185th Street beau- prior to 4tOO p.m. Monday' 696-2538
(Jun 21))
FHA terms $18,000 down,this tiful homo built-in kitchen through Friday.
owner, No Qualifying. Immediate is a custome built 2 bedroomin air-conditioned, central heat, I

occupancy. bedroom best area live well,rent free carpet, drapes, washer and MISCELLANEOUSMISC.
2 bath, $300 down $100 per only 8 years old tile roof,don't dryer, large circular .
month. 3712 NW 20th' Court. miss this. A. Ben-Kori Real- carport ,only $600 down(vets Limited time only free condi- EXECUTIVE CALIBER

Call 373-0854. tor call anytime 759-2425. $200)) no closing costs,$106.34 tioner treatment with hair YOUNG MAN OR WOMANTo
monthly be first. see right style. Plus manicure $1.00.
Extra large CBS duplex tile DUPLEX now Aetna Realty (Broker), Mlladys Salon of Beauty, 7911 function as assistant president. College type per-
roof 3bedroombn"onesideand sonality with some business experience, preferrablyin
has LIKE NEW $16,900 811 NW 54th St. Ph. 7575724Open NW 7th Ave. 759-8677.
2 bedroom with Florida AREA cosmetics or mail order fields.
FHA terms. No closing costs CALL BETWEEN 9 and 1 $100 Reward for recovery of PlusIncentive
Just off Miami 60. Fine MU 8 4088 Mrs. S. ladle's diamond cluster dome Program
for 2 families Then payment adults only. Furnished ring. Lost Killian High. 271- Group 'Insurance

would be for less than rent. Beauty shop and wig salon, efficiency: 2114 NW 42nd St. 3815 or 2351156. Paid Vacation
1 bedroom duplex All interviews in strict confidence'
$15 weekly.
Edison Realty Realtor, 175 NW location low rent 3
good ,
62nd Street. 751-2441. reasonable 747 NW 77th Terrae e, $18 Ada's Divers ifiedService. Write: Third National Investment Corporation, 1005 NE
lease price
couple years retiring., Call 696-2773 weekly. 1879 NW 45th Street, 6024 NW 7th Avenue. Letter 125th St., H. Miami, 33161.

HOME'AND INCOME 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. $15 weekly. 575 NW 41st St., _Writing, copy work, book-
$500 DOWN-MOVE RIGHT IN rear $20 weekly; 1800 NW 79th keeping and desk space. 751-

Large 2 bedroom,porch, large BEER AND WINE BAR. Air- Street, $18 weekly; one bed- 5771 and 751-0551.
room house: 3328 1/2 NW 69th 5 yr. Service
living and dining room plus conditioned, first class -- BRAND MW
separate rear apartment. equipped kitchen, plenty of Street. :$18 weekly Dixie Ren- CHILD CARE Guarantee
Renting for $50 month. See rent tal Agency, Inc. 3203 NW 17th
parking, pay- ,
24 hour
Avenue Free transportation. VACUUM CLEANER
1801 NW 44th Street call good location in NW section.
service. Professional serviceby
owner 693-2631. 691-9353 after 2 --
Phone p.m.
Large 2 bedroom, 3135 NW 65 trained personnel. 696- 0
week days. (indef.)
week also 1 bedroom 2145.
DOLL HOUSE St., $30 ,
house oa 42nd St. $20 week. -- SPECIAL PRICE
Lovely 2 bedroom front porch CREAM
PUFF Will take good care of your
A-l Shape an extra large lot, VETS $100 DOWN-$450 FHA 373-7973. baby in my home 633-4330 :$OEASY

$495 down, Move right in. See 3 bedroom beautiful carports, Room for men with meals or (July 5) $16
1844 85th St. Call owner
NW fenced stove
drapes,awnings, cooking privileges. 691-0134. 7 ft. hose TERMS
693-2631. refrigerator, bar be que, Infants and toddlers. Best of Rug Tool ,

Pretty CBS 3 bedroom 1 1/2 well, pump, sprinkler,Broker 1 bedroom'homti unfurnished. care in my home. PL 8-9972 Uph. attachment COMPLETE WITH ALL

bath Florida room. Built In 754-8966. Couple only $75 month. VIcinity Ext. wands ATTACHMENTSFREE
24th Avenue and 43rd Crevice tool
oven-range, fenced. FHA$450 446 NW 44th Street corner
down $95 month. Vets or dis- carport enclosed porch 2 Street NW. 691-4668. $500 Reward Is posted for HOME DEMONSTRATION

placed persons $100 down Atlantic bedrooms, stove, and refrig- anyone furnishing informationthat NO OBLIGATION
Steadily employed -
& Pacific Realtors 666- eratorFHA $9,000only Nice apartment. would lead to the arrest

0411. $300 down (vets $100 and 221 single only.121 References NW39- and conviction of a person or Call 6251261Abbey

-y OWNER people) $80.56 monthly: 15 Street.$11.50 persons involved in the slayingof
closing Rev.Joseph LaFleur of 2169
mortgage no
3 bedroom, year
$600 down FHA costs don't let this one get nice NW 63rd St., who was killed Domestic
CBS, garage, excellent condition Broker Room for intelligent per- 5 in his home ,
awayl! Aetna Realty ( ), May ,
by ap- included
lot. Shown Clean cooking
large son. 15982 NW 27th Ave.
757-5724 information be
pointment.6930865.1050NW; 811, NW 54th st.; Ph. 696-2145. Any may

90th St. No agents., (Indef.) open. 7 ,days. submitted& -.: ::. -.,;'"'!,Metro. :.;:,Deputies..

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.,11 J 'K(}\i BALTIMORE. group of national advertising,.director, fa c ili t y- equal divided bevice area, body shop, and us- lar renovation program will
"v prominent black businessmen Afro-American Newspapers, tween Negro and white emed car facility on a pte-shap- get underway immediately,
k "";'w 41>' have opened an automobile secretary; and Henry G. ployes-will remain intact, ed city block bounded by Ca-
' I 1. /\ dealership, under, the name of Parks, Jr. H G. Parks, Inc., according to Senior.. thedral, Biddle and MarylandThe , ; +
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;;: Central Dodge, Inc., in the treasurer. dealership contains a streets. ' '\, ,
\ central city in an urban redevelopment General manager of the new car showroom, large serA quarter of a million dol"a , '((1)) 3379 NW 48th Terr '
area, toexhibif'analternative" dealership is Ernest Senior,a ... ,
down \
1 1'1 'r' :II'"j" m. 'lill""""" ' $595 :
with wide background
y to the. urban Baltimorean a .. '.., '." I '\<:iJi"J".t.R' .,'.-'

:I. crisis."This is an alternative to sales. Arthur in new M.and Reynolds used car, ','rt.' ,;'I' ": IIIpY.t. : / .. ((2)) 1420 NW 37th $t,..- ;:i:

the urban crisis we face,' prominent WashingtonBaltimore roomy ')garage, $25 '
I ;: : said Kenneth O. Wilson, who attorney and CPA, actsas : '

k i $ I/;i', ,? is president of the new auto general counsel for the "" ;' ..." : .01": .'. ....1I' &iI.Jii" "";.,.I'':':r,;',' .I\ ' ,',,((3)( ) ,1174 ,NW,67th\,St*' .-
. '4'JI': 19', :
$495.down $25
: f sales .group.. . . W'" "" _I :
'II'OPOI : ; : \
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I p, rj- ,((4)) 161? and :1621 NW : ; 1
r H NO QUALIFYING MOVE IN lot ,$995 down ;good
r ,,, ::
(. E Cottage at 1021 NW 37th St. Large fully fenced ". i : '
( I lot, freshly painted inside and out. Best location. .((5)),4001 NW 1th AYE ;

< Near everything. Price $7,000, $500 down, $80 bath, dining rooms: $ ;: ': ;
t (' \(..', month pays all. Vacant, move right in. ; ;
J .. 1 '
.' ; ,,, :,,SELLER' ;I PAYS.ALL 6L8SMQ CMTSModern ;t :r:1': ;: ((6)) 4407 'NW" ,17th' Aver' 1:: t i

1.ii ; : 2'bedkooi' CBS on NW 86th ::''T.rrl'NM:21'! : k' $700 down, ,$25 week.OPEN :

: 1 Aye. !""Jolo'uslewindows' ;'awelrigigravIft' ; :f:,, :;:
I ( rr 'I largt/'yard, FH A ,price $11,500,"$350;down. '$76.98:;;;:'w' ,
f. \(, I.'' month and seller pays oil 'com! .> ;'1.',*,,.&)$*1$1/!: ', : FORD', R AL :
i f, ,(. 3 1 ,
I NO QUALIFYING MOVE IN! 3639 NW 15tr Ave. ,

.- This 2 bedroom frame on NW 93rd St. near NW
25th Ave. house has been completely done over
\' ERNEST-SENIOR- -KENNETH-WILSON Inside and out. Enclosed front porch, very large CARLTON
j lotappliances. Price $7,500$500 down, $85 mo.
li i i' "Tills is a facility in the big "The dealership maybe pays all. Vacant. Move right In.WlLL 3014 NW 19 STREET ( )
; : leagues of American business. owned'by N e g roe s/ Senior
It gives the youngNegroanop- said, "but we're in business to :;;F!! (\1 SELL FUR FHA:: VALUATION'1"I':- ; 693-4772 Answer
: i E'C t" American business. service to everybody. We are :' 22nd e.'TIIi ,roof, 'jalousie( windows; awnings, "-*, ', FHA CBS

( : "It is evidence to him that going to be competitive and 'J Jorge) utility room.(. Flo room, air conditioner, 3 BDRM, 2 BATH, Liv rm,
I$' within the framework of the we're going to get the job store, wall to' Wall, carpeting ,This lovely home, Kitch, $16,000, $1,500
I i changing economic system he ,Immaculate and ,a bargain at $13,000 with $400ao /
done. .
t' 3 BDRM 1 1'% BATH Liv
',' ,
; !i\ too can overcome." A veritable who's who in the .n.;, !nas8! _.; o. !!L ll-:FHA." ':' ':""'. ,:,H1!: I. ,:V, :\!,\; ';,\\.ai,. gar, Ut rm, $18,000, $800
On band at the press party business world is Involved all.
t'S Negro Extra 1 bdrm apt. rents
( annoucing dealership in the dealership.Numbered 3 BDRM 2 BATH Liv
i. Very sharp CBS at 3620 NW 179th St. Large corner ,
: in the Terrace Room of the
'' among them are members lot, Florida room, carport, rear patio, jalousie gar, screened patio, .
; SheratonBelvedere, were of the board of directorsof windows works I
awnings, FHA price $13,500 $450 $20,500$1,675
I Thomas D'Alesandro
Mayor Baltimore Mutual, which down, $$90.16 month and seller will pay air closIng NO
D, and A. G. Kirchner, general includes dentists
attorneys, ,
sales of Dodge
medical doctors accountants
'division, Chrysler corpora- businessmen in all areas of '&.\ ..,\ ,; "' t" '. ',:it,", .H $10,900, $1,000 down, $75
lion endeavor and even athlete. 3 BDRM, I BATH, Gar. A
I, ,. Central Dodge is a spin-off The dealership was the for- :3"{ ; bedroom 1 home: on ,large;lot.,'Jolousle f windows''> $1,000 down, $115 mo. away.:1
"tot corporation of Baltimore Mutual mer facility of Weil and Scott .' stoveiTrefrlgerotor.; Neat.NW 22nd ,:Av '. ,>&'*''8Jsf& 2 CBS HOUSES 2 bdrm, 1
I c.r \ Investment Company. Brothers, who has been doing Tey!!,Price. :only$7,000$1,000'down:and,$75 W$rj'; tor Paradise. $200 mo.
} l Aside from Wilson who is down $100
)3 business in the area! for some mo.
$ .t' second vice-president, Afro- three decades. The last pre- SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS MANY MORE EXCELLENT
( American Newspaper Group, vious dealer--Henry "Skip" Lovely corner 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS home. Jal- .
* * * *
r and president of Baltimore Weil, Jr., son of the founder-- ousie windows, fenced yard, pretty patio, bar-b-
: Mutual, other principals include decided to sell the franchiseearlier que, wall to wall carpeting, terrazzo floors, FHA TUNE IN TO JON
( Dr. H.Garland Chlssell, this year. price only $13,500 with $450 down and $90.10 Corner, WMBM, 1490 KC, :

,,' vice-president; George-Judge The regular staff of theIt mo. (Our Opo-locka number is 624-3666)). to 9:00: see p.m.the homes.Get Real Estate

? ; , ,
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: I Organize Large 4 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS and garage In back,
It : has 2, apartments. ,Location at 48 NW 48th St. is King Realty
i ideal, near everything. Price $16,500, .$3,000 ,

!t l. 25,000 Black People- '(down't>" (., and.,', $130"' .,month.. Good" buy Live' rent heel! DADE"lln'g IS Sire OUR COl'NTY,Buy"REAL:

I.I : According to T. Willard life--homes, super markets, INVESTORS AND RETIRED PEOPLEWe KINGDOM '
| : Fair, newly appointed GrandMaster service stations,banks, mort- have some 5 and 6 unit rental properties.You .
", for the State of Flori-, gage and loan associations, insurance can obtain with reasonable down payment.
( \ I da of Modern Free and Accepted companies and other Priced very sensibly and give very good returnson
,, Masons of the WorldScottish businesses.Our your investment. Come and seel I
( Rite Affiliation, building ., ...
| a strong economic and political aim is to serve the J; .EXCEPTIONAL' >''',:u i ''- : 'ij: -" "a >.. "{ I;", 'f R'A .'! it, '-

base with, by, and for Negroes present age. We do not intendto ' HOME'-.REAL'SHOwPLACE' !
}) 1 is the real key to power ignore tradition, but we are 'This 3 bedroom,2 bath beauty (son 2 corner'lots.,
and prosperity. Suffice itt dedicated to the ideal of mov- Doable carport, tile roof, oil heat, awnings, jalousie
to say, we plan to recruit 25-, ing toward financial indepen- windows, air conditioners, large modern
000 Masons and EasternStars dence and security for all kitchen, appliances 'wall to wall carpeting,
members of our organizationand sprinklers( fenced. FHA price $18,500.$800 down F-
during 1968. There is no doubt
$11 .76 month and seller 050 NW 84
in our minds that this will be for all Black people in gen pays', all. 'closing. .' .' costs.y c" 3 bedroom, ideal area,
accomplished. We have full- eral. down.
time professional Masons and Modern Free and Accepted 3 BEDROOMS BATHS SWIMMING POOL ,
Stars covering the entire State Masons of the World Scottish Corner home on large landscaped fenced lot, LIVE RENT
t 4, of Florida. Rite Affiliation was organized awnings, jalousie windows, carport, large modern 9226-28 NW 18
"|dt'l Modern, Free and Accepted November 1, 1917. kitchen, appliances, air conditioned, 26 ft. pool, 1 bedroom furnished.
sprinklers, ,circular drive. FHA
Masons of the World will be The organization was form. $450down, 97.01 month. price $14,500 No closing costs. A "'
i i,{ <, the vehicle at the disposal oft ed not to change any of the NO

|e'-; Black Floridians to help them landmarks of Free Masonry,, rf, .I-, .:.. 1'I<", ', '. ;; ,;raxr:si'j II''' 1141 NW 88
a';; find their true place in society but to give Black people a por I.",, cW1-",....",., HAVE: MANY. MORE UIMESl.1WE : 2 bedroom beauty.
H"<., through mutual selfhelp. tion of,,the advantages they had YOIt'CAN''BUYY'ANYOF, OUR ;FHA'Ho/' : '
t* The pooling of the resources never enjoyed. f .$IOO,DOWN IF YOU ARE VETOR BEING l:, 3331 NW 175
f.\ oilby the members ofMF&AMW Modern Free and Accepted : DISPLACED. AND 'IF YOU CAN" QUALIFY' :':;:',,1' 3 bedroom, 2 bath, no I
' for the mutual benefit of Black Masons of the world is chart ,
f: people can bring into reality ered to operate in 50 states of i' ; Gorgeous 3 bedroom,
/\ anything it takes for a better United States. $13,500.

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Gorgeous 4 bedroom, 2
REALTYBROKER only $100 down. Beautiful

$300 down One FHA mortgage $62 monthly ,'.1_ j! 2180 NW 155
,,'J..A No qualifying, gorgeous
2 bedrooms-CBS, .' NW 7aL. .J
4'32 ,,VI. ,if'; mo, includes all. See this

1 t't.t It Lot 60x100 .., .,
': PL 9-4371 " I i": \: \
i ,/ Tile Roof t ; HOMES FOR AS

;': .. ; Other Extras .. L::\.:,',., ., 16000 'NW 27 Ave;':I? We specialize in homes

373-3304 ,' "!>' i. OWNER!! 923-1300 :, 'rjl:">'/'(" .t'I; ,) ,,, ,6244666\ 1'l' :: .1'J', ';:: placed In Urban Renewal
I '!( ,. "' ,,, '
lf 11. _\ \ i'f"r: ): Projects. Veterans call
. I : .. 'O !0;::Even ing <&$un1Jay,s riW I You're only a phone call

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CLASSIFIED ADS Room home. for 633-3109.young lady In private I 3, bedroom. 2 ,bath, garage $76 WEEK(

1809 NW 41st Street First Federal Savings
15 WORDS OR LESS $1.50. 5Q FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD Nice working, settled 7195 NW 15th Court 4 p.m. to midnight Monday

I DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY c a.u. lady. 1370 NW 37th Street. Buy Like Rent through Friday, 8 a.m. to
Lots & Sold 4 p.m. Saturday. Chanceto
-- -- --- Bought
FOR SALE FOR SALENo FOR SALE 2 bedroom, 2 bath duplex JE 8.1340EXCLUSIVE earn more money. Free
apartment. Stove and refrig- Uniforms, parking, ln ur-
NEW fashion colors areSue's qualifying move right in., FHA 'I I I I FHA I 1II 1 I FHA 1 It 1 1 erator. NE section, near 62nd once retirement plan ,
delight. She keeps her carpet Immaculate 2 bedroom 1 bath N. E.
Only $250 downpaymentor Street. Call 371-3622. Credit, union, paid vacation.
colors brightwith Blue Lus- enclosed sleeping porch, car- $100 to Veterans. 2 bedroom SECTION Must have good work re*

tre for cleaning carpets. Rent port, tile roof hardwood floor, homes CBS (we have 2 with Private furnished rooms. NE Private entrance, 2 bedrooms ferences. Telephone: 373 -

electrict Shampooer $1. star nicely furnished tool$1600down monthly payments of $66to section. Near 62nd St.nocook- on furn. opt Ado Itl., 2553.
Hardware Co., 8747 NW 22nd $110 month pays every- $70) call us on these 2 homes ing, call 371-3622. No pets.

Avenue. thing. Ou NW 32nd St. Near 13 for locations, and we will be 759-4174(

Refrigerator, living room Ave. Atlantic Pacific Realtors glad to drive you to them.Call Room. Working man only. 691- 691-6145 FOR SALE

suite, king size mattress,etc 6660411.No Fenster Realty(Broker) 759- 2006. 8 units consisting of 4

824 NW 56th Street. 8779. family homes and four unit
qualifying modern CBS2 1 bedroom CBS Duplex $19 AFRICAN PRINT apt.bldg. Lot size 100x141.
bedroom 1 bath
2 complete bedroom suites Florida room, 1 bedroom apartment $19 Cottons 44.48 All Gross over $7,500. Tenant
tile roof hardwood BEAUTY SHOP Types
with Simmons mattresses, a carport floor close, 1 bedroom CBS apartment$19 MOROCCO caps, leather, pays own utilities. Price
in town location
washer-dryer Kenmore, like $100,,down (2 chairs) plus 2 2 bedroom apartment $33 clothing Bead necklaces, $13,000 with $500 cash
new sectional couch, break- monthly payment rental units, excellent money DEPOSIT REQUIRED earrings, rings, Incense, down htmortgage$10,000payable
front, dining room table, six arranged. Atlantic & Pacific maker. New area perfect location WEST REALTY pipes, etc. from Africa, Mid- $100 month. 6%.
Realtors 666-0411. East 'India. 25
chairs, coffee table,end table, Plenty of parking 2058 NW 62nd Street tall, ,free wholesale.Catalog re. Owner take second mortgage
2 living room chairs, a sofa a -- Runs from Street to Street Donald P. Brown payable $35 mo.Call evenings *
floor model hi-fi combination. 1771 NW 81st TERRACENo Drive by 1778 NW 95th Street Room In private home for set- 109 W. 62 St., NYC 10024 only. Morris Young

Call Mr. Murray at 7598779or qualifying, move right In. then call us for all Information tled working woman. 1740 NW ((212) SC 4-9430 221-7735
come by Sunday 3 6 p.m. 2 bedrooms, CBS, Fla. room, Fenster RealtyBroker) 49th Street. Ph. 635-4078. (or TR, 4-4459))

1220 NW 88th Street. air-conditioned, panelledwalls 7598779. ROOMS -
furnished,large lot.See For beautiful comfortable liv- FOR SALE
2030 NW 89th St. FHA$11,000 and call owner 7585400. ing call 371-8965. OR TRADE
and down best SMALL FRYE LITTLE
$350 down. $73.54 month. Duplex up
Modern 2 bedroom CBS tile OUR BEST BUY buy in this area, Florida room, RED SCHOOL HOUSE BUNCHE PARK.

bath, oversized lot. Veteransor Total price $8,500, with only garage large rooms and HELP WANTED Kindergarten & Nursery Your lot as payment

urban renewal $100 down. $300 down and $90 a month large Duplex hardwood floors Operator wanted Busy Areyou a working mother? 3 bedroom, 1 bath
We have the key.Turbin Real- sensational value at $18,500 91st Street and 17th Do childto
pays all for only 15 years. salon on you want your 16231 Bunche Park
tors. 7906 NW 7th Ave. Phone Large 2 bedroom 1 bath home terms can be arranged. witha Ave. Call 75M449 or 691- have a fun filled sum
691-4785' \ with large eatin kitchen and good down payment shown 9392., (Indef.) mer with good care ? East Drive
by appointment only. Call us Bus adjacent to
Then send childtous. stop
rear Florid a room, wall to '759- your
2420 NW 93rd Street. 2 bed- wall'carpet beautiful a must Fenster Realty (Broker) PEPSI COLA property

room CBS, Fla. room, barrel see. Veterans or displaced 8779. Needs route salesmen. 5 day 6129 NW 23rd COURTPH 864-4412(

tile roof. FHA $10,900 $600 persons only $100 down 6735-N4th wee k. No experience neces : 633-2306
down. $70.77 month.. TUB IN,. near the bus and schools most air-conditioned Ave. gorgeous sary.,Benefits Include (1)) life
Realtors. 7906 N\V.7tb.Ave. desired convient area. Call 2 bedroom, Insurance, (2)) major medical
stove and refrigerator ,
Ph. 691-4785. anytime A. Ben-Kori, Real- value $10,500-closing cost Insurance (3)) retirement program CITY OF HOME AWAY

-- tor 759-2425. vets and 221 (4) liberal vacation BEACH FROM HOME
$350 down ( $100 MIAMI ,
6401 North Miam Avenue. 3 policy. Chauffeur's license
bedroom 2'' bath CBS.Corner BEST AREA people $100)) $74.34 monthly required. Apply 7777 NW 41st CIVIL SERVICEU.S Tourist AccommodationDo

lot, right on bus line. Tile roof, Total price FHA terms $14- this is a real beauty see Street. Citizenship, you have a friend or
today '- Aetna Realty (Broker) relative visiting?
hardwood floors. FHA$15,500 300, with $450 down, this Is a 811 NW 54th St., Ph.757-5724, Required Beautiful private home for
$500 down.. 103.57 month.Tu- 2 bedroom 1 bath CBS with 7 Good barber wanted. Masteror Automotive Mechanic It rent. Daily Basis. ,
bin. Realtors. 7906.NW 7th' large hardwood floors. Near open days. apprentice. Good pay guar: $466$566. Age 2155: Three Air conditioned, wallAvall

Ave. Ph. 691-4785.. busses and schools. A. Ben- $450 DOWN BE A LANDLORD anteed. Dave's Artistic Bar yrs., exp. repairing :ca 's.' ,complete

Kori, Realtor call anytime 2025-27 NW 91st Street. CBS ber Shop, 1090 NW 62ndStreet Park Foreman I: $4224538.Ag ly furnished In good taste,
Like new air conditioned and (July 12)
859-2425. beautiful furniture -
duplex large center carport85 1855. Two awn
heated. 3 bedroom 2 bath, patio -, "' i .. / yrs. exp.
flowers fruit
value ,
x 117 lot FHA $13- as yardman or
garage, tile roof, terrazo BEAUTIFUL DUPLEX,, 700 no closing costs $92. U. S. Corporation in Bahamas nurseryman. and attractive front and

>, floors, awnings, builtinkitchen. FHA terms total price$13,500 18 monthly stoves and refrigerators desires teachers couple Tree Maintenance Foreman: back yards.
FHA price $21,800.- with $450 down live rent free this is the buy Florida certified. Lady inele'mentary $4224538. Age 2150. Two All Utilities Furnished. I In-

400 down. Tubin, Realtors. rent one side. This is a love- of a lifetime bring your de- education. Man In yrs. exp. trimming, spray. cludingClosedCaroge&, TV.
7906 NW 7th Ave.Ph. 691-4785 ly property a real bargain posit. Aetna Realty(Broker), biology and general science. ing, topping and removing./ Move right in
across the street from Prefer couple with qualifica- Comfortable Florida living
right 811 NW 54th St., Ph 75'7-5724 .
2 bedroom 1 bath, large duplex Santa Clara School. don't miss 7 tions in additional areas suchas Clerk Typist: 348444. SHOWN by APPOINTMENTCALL
FHA, perfect location. Drive this. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor call open days. foreign language, arts, and Age 1755. 40 wpm typing. 9 5
by 820 NW 60th St. Then call anytime 759-2425.: CBS 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH music. Write personell- Apply Personnel Department 691-5283 a.m. p.m.
for all information, Fenster rector, P. 0. Box 2268 West Miami Beach, CitY'
$16,000.00 FHA Hall',. 1130 Washington Ave. Evenings & Weekends
Realty, Broker 759-8779. DUPLEX Palm Beach,, Fla.
4045 NW 185th Street beau- prior to 4)00 p.m. Monday 696-2538
(Jun 21)
mer FHA terms $18,000 down,this tiful home built-in kitchen through Friday.
No Qualifying. Immediate is a custome built 2 bedroomin air-conditioned, central heat,

occupancy.3 bedroom best area live well,rent free carpet, drapes, washer and MISCELLANEOUSMISC.
2 bath, $300 down $100 per only 8 years old tile roof,don't dryer, large circular drive to .
month. 3712 NW 20th' Court. miss this. A. Ben-Kori Real- carportonly$600dowavets( Limited time only free condi- EXECUTIVE CALIBER

Call 373-0854. tor call anytime 759-2425. $200)) no closing costs,$106.34 tioner treatment with hair YOUNG MAN OR WOMANTo
monthly be first see right style. Plus manicure 100.
Extra large CBS duplex tile DUPLEX now Aetna Realty (Broker), Miladys Salon of Beauty, 7911 function as assistant to president.College type per-

roof has 3 bedroom one side LIKE NEW $16,900 811 NW 54th St. Ph. 757-5724 NW 7th Ave. 759-8677. sonality with some business experience, prefer-ably

and ,2 bedroom with Florida,..NORTH MIAMI BEACH AREA Open 7 days. in cosmetics or mail order fields

FHA terms. No closing costs CALL BETWEEN 9 and 1 $100 Reward for recovery of Piusincentive
Just off Miami Ave in 60. Fine MU 8 4088 Mrs. S. ladle's diamond cluster dome Program
for 2 families. Then payment adults only. Furnished ring. Lost Killian High. 271- Group Insurance

would be for less than rent. Beauty shop and wig salon, efficiency. 2114 NW 42nd St. 3815 or 235-1156. Paid VacationAll
Edison Realty altor, 1'75NW location low rent 3 $15 weekly. 1 bedroom duplex interviews in strict confidence
good ,
62nd Street. 751-2441. reasonable 747 NW 77th Terrace $18 Ada's DiverslfledService. Write: Third National Investment Corporation 1005 NE
lease price
couple years retiring., Call 696-2773 weekly. 1879 NW 45th Street, 6024 NW 7th Avenue. Letter 125th St., N. Miami, 33161.

HOME AND INCOME 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. $15 weekly. 575 NW 41st St., Writing, copy work, book-
$500 DOWN-MOVE RIGHT IN rear $20 weekly; 1800 NW 79th keeping and desk space. 751-

Large 2 bedroom,porch,large BEER AND WINE BAR. Air- Street, $18 weekly; one bed- 5771 and 751-0551.
living i and dining room plusseparate conditioned, first class room house: 3328 1/2 NW 69th -- 5 yr. Service BRAND MW
Dixie Ren-
rear apartment. equipped kitchen, plenty of Street. $18 weekly CHILD CARE Guarantee
Renting for $50 month. See rent tal Agency, Inc. 3203 NW 17th
ply- ,
Avenue. Free transportation. 24 hour VACUUM CLEANER
1801 NW 44th Street. Call good location in NW section.
service. Professional
owner 693-2631. 691-9353 after 2
Phone p.m.
__ Large 2 bedroom, 3135 NW 65 trained personnel. 696- 0
week days. (indef.)
DOLL HOUSE St., $30 week, also 1 bedroom 2145.
+ house oa: 42nd St. $20 week. -- SPECIAL PRICE
2 bedroom porch
Lovely CREAM PUFF Will take good care of your #
A-l Shape an extra large lot, VETS $100 DOWN-$450 FHA 3737973. baby In my home 633-4330 5160EASY:

$495 down, Move right in. See 3 bedroom beautiful carports, with meals (July 5)
Room forman or
1844 NW 85th St. Call owner fenced stove
drapes, awnings, cooking privileges. 691-0134. 7 ft. hose TERMS J
693-2631. refrigerator, bar be que, and toddlers. Best of Rug Tool ,

Pretty CBS 3 bedroom 11/2 well, pump, sprinkler,Broker 1 bedroom'honui unfurnished. care In my home. PL 8-9972 Uph. attachment COMPLETE WITH ALL

bath Florida room. Built in 754-8966. Couple only. $75 month. Vi- *, Ext. wands ATTACHMENTSFREE
cinity 24th Avenue and 43rd REWARDA Crevice tool
fenced. FHA$450 $500
oven-range, 446 NW 44th Street corner
down $95 month. Vets or dis- carport ,enclosed porch 2 Street NW. 691-4668. $500 Reward is p'J1tedfor HOME DEMONSTRATION

placed persons $100 down Atlantic bedrooms, stove, and refrig- anyone furnishing informationthat NO OBLIGATION
& pacific Realtors 666- eratorFHA $9,000only! Nice apartment. would lead to the arrest

0411. $300 down (vets $100 and 221 ployed single only.121 References NW 39- and conviction of a person or Call 6251261Abbey

-Y OWNER people) $80.56 monthly: 15 $11.50 persons Involved in the slaying
mortgage no closing Street. of Rev.Joseph LaFleur of 2169
down FHA 3 bedroom, year
$600 costs don't let this one get -- NW 63rd St., who was killed Domestic
CBS, garage, excellent con- (Broker) Room :or nice,Intelligent per- May 5 in his home,
away! Aetna Realty ,
dition large lot. Shown byap- son. Clean cooking included 15982 NW 27th
757-5724 information be
693-0865.1050 NW 811 NW 54th St.; Ph. Any may' .
point ent. .7 days. 696-2145. submitted to Metro Deputies.
90th St. No agents.. (Indef.) open. -1''C'f'-I'"'- ,.,..' t'r:', .

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