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Publication Date: June 28, 1968
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! !' I New Health Program Launched For Dade's Poor I Ii IiDade )


poverty officials have become acutely ill,"added Dr. cated public health clinic and two to six times as prevalent before the program will reach

.launched the most comprehensive George Simpson, medical director on Jackson Memorial Hospital 'In the ghetto. its planned level 1.0f serving .,
attack .ever against the of the center. five miles to the south of National studies have found 4,000 families.
1 health problems of the "We will concentrate not the Brownsville-Liberty City slum dwellers to be much The uncertainty is caused in I

county's poor, It was announced only on the physical illnesses area. more afflicted by mental illnesses part at least by the inability to .
this week but also on the psychologicaland A survey last year found the than. middle-class predict the availability of federal I
"This is a different way of social illness as ,well." death rate for Infants and mo- Americans; funds.
caring for p e o pie," said Dr. The health center promisesto thers to be nearly twice the From a'small beginning;the A budget of $2.6 million has j:

Lynn Carmichael, project di- be a 'revolutionary one for the countywide rate.The resi- family health center staff been requested for next year, .
rector for Economic Oppor- the ''residents of the Browns dents of the ghetto are a sick hopes to solve for many the, but officials believe the 1

tunity Family Health Center, v111e-Liberty City area, manyof society. medical problems that help amount they will receive, in ..-' I
Inc., the medical arm of the whom are not accustomedto perpetuate the c y c 1 e of poverty federal funds will be closer to
local poverty unit. such comprehensive healthcare Tuberculosis, pneumonia, $1.6 million i
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"We are 'going to go to the dysentery, infectious hepatitus The program will not be a As the, planned capacity is
homes, to the neighborhood,to The poor are often forced to salmonellosisandveneraldiseases cure-all, warned Dr.Simpson. 1
treat the people before they rely on an inconveniently lo- were found to be from It will be two to five years Continued on Page 16, r
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:' x u L I Businessmen Urged To Provide Youth/ Jobs )j jAn


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I k appeal to area small more person to work it would ler businesses. the a r e a' s merchants in the

y businessmen to provide part- help," Miami City Manager Robert Wall, vice presidentof recreation programs. Neededare
: ;)'I time or permanent Jobs for M. L. Reese told the gathering Florida Power and Light ping pong tables, televis.
Ij'I r7 t{,. 'r II sth 1 1I youths 'was voiced Friday' of City of Miam i officials and Co., said there are 80 com ion sets and all types of games. r<
I 1W' (June 21)) at a breakfast meet- businessmen organized to panies in the area with 300 or Too, Mrs. Range announced ;
j'r. ing of the Operation Happy Mi- provide recreation centers for more employes and 567 with Dave Zachary,executive sales
; ami Committee youths throughout the neighborhoods fewer than 300 representative of Coca Cola
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t,.,. .,. Bottling Co. of Miami,had lin- ,
"If each business'in the
i it Miami City Commissioner ed up a fifth location for a Hap ,
community would put Just one Ray, Prado, group managerof Mrs. M. Athalle Range said py MiamlCenterat3850Grand '
t ''F Sears, said the large com the Happy Miami centers are Ave., Coconut Grove. ,

q> xy, Brooke Named panies were doing their utmostin in urgent need of equipmentand Wall urged all businessmen .
T. hiring and many of the Jobs suggested an intensive who wish to hire someone ;
GOP Chairman could come from the 567 smal- 'campaign to involve more of part-time or eventull-ttmeto

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men have been named membership lism. Its membership ;
rLarry
H in the Dade Chapter of up on responsible men of all Princeton University has r

Jones, 13-year-old student at Charles R.Drew 'a Sigma Delta Chi, the profes- ranks and from all fields of named the first Negro assistant .,

Junior High School died late Saturday, sheriffs depu, sional Journalistic society, it Journalism. dean in its 221-year history -
ties said this week. was announced this week. Reeves, who has succeededhis Dr. Carl Fields, will
Jones, who sustained head wound in a shooting spree Nx' Garth C. Reeves,Sr.,editorof father,H.E.S. Reeves(now become assistant dean of the
May 23rd at the school, was afforded hero's praise by kvi The Miami Times; Paul H. publisher of the paper) as Mi-' college July 1 after four years
deputies after his death. Wyche, Jr., reporter for The ami Times Editor has workedon as assistant director of stu-
"He possibly saved the life of a girl student he was Miami News; and Bobby T. the paper since it began. A dent Aid.The 49-year..olcifor-

with," said the deputy. Jones and the'girl.were walking Reid, WTVJ newsman graduate of Florida A&M University mer social worker has served

together down a flight of stairs when the shooting beganin ;,r cameraman, will.become the the paper has a paid also as counsellor to Negro
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the principal's office where anotherstudent, Ernest first Negro members, of the circulation of more than studentsat, Princeton,
Dade chapter.. 12,500 and has grown under the
teacher.
Lee Grlssom had Just been reprimanded by a
SENATOR EDWARD BROOKE They will be initiated in Reeves' leadership toa32- He helped organize and now

The teacher, Norward Dean, 26, was also wounded in :Massachusetts Senator Edward ceremonies June 30th. page newspaper. advises the Princeton chapterof
the gunfire in the office,but he later recovered from his Sigma Delta Chi is the the Association of Black
W. Brooke, has recently Garth Jr., a senior at Miami
injuries and has been released from the.hospital.. been named by the Republican oldest, largestandmostselect Central High School, is Youth Collegians, a group of Negro
After shooting Dean, according to sheriff deputies, National ,Committee to be Editor of the paper undergraduates, and has
Grissom ran ,out of the office and, shot toward the stu- Temporary Chairman of the worked with the admissions
dents on the stairway, hitting'Jones.; 29th national Republican Con- Wyche, 21, has been a Mi- office to increase Princeton's
"Jones might not have been hit if he hadn't puhed the vention, set for Miami Beach, ami News staff writer for two Negro enrollment from 15 in
girl out of the way,"said Metro homicide detective Mar- August 5 through 10. years He covers housing, 1964 to'85 this fall.
vin Pittman. h community relations, urban -
Funeral arrangements for the 13-year-old hero were Brooke will be ,the first ol ;, ,,,s -yV .. renewal, the poverty program A native of Columbus, Ohio,,
'}, still Incomplete at press time his race in modern times tc zh., ,' ;, and urban problems. He Fields lives with his wife and
Grissom has,been charged with frst degree murder in hold such a position with eitherof was formerly managing editor two sons in Fort Lee He holds
the death of Jones. He is currently undergoing psychological the, major parties and the of the University of Miami's degrees from St. John's Uni-

evaluation. 'second Negro since 1860 to t :r? 'r student newspaper, the Miami versity, New York; New York

A hearing will be scheduled soon in juvenile Court to preside over a GOP national < +, r + ,w' Hurricane.. University and Philathea Col-
determine if Grissom will remain In Juvenile Court Jurisdiction .convention. The first Negro to w lege in London, Ontario
hold such a' post was John R. Reid, 20, who recently join-
or if he will be bound over to the Dade Grand '
Lynch, a Republican state leg- ? ed the Channel 4 news staff
Jury on the first degree murder charge. R
islator from Mississippi, who was formerly a reporter for
f cf served as Temporary Chair :The M 1a m.. Herald.. He was
National 1 student government presidentat Yh Pr
WE NEED STRONG man at the Republican Ky j PrTI
Convention of 1884. Miami-pade JuniorCollege

GUN LAW As chairman, Brooke will 1 GARTH C. REEVES, SR. several years ago.BOBBY .

preside over the first two days -
President Johnson's call early this week for a stronger '
of the convention, organizingalliniti
gun law in the nation was one of the simplest and most_ l convention businessand ,
methods to control traffic
effective gun '
the seating of all state ;
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Pres:. ent Johnson has been pushing for stronger gun' delegations
measures and has asked congress for a law requesting In addition to the Brooke ap- .
federal registration and licenses of all firearms. pointment, National Committee j jf r a
Chairman Ray C. Bliss ;,,, '+, 'A
Whether a measure such as this would have stoppedthe also announced the selection % ",,L'utartd nfant .;; i39e
senseless shooting which claimed the life of 13yearold -
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of; Governor Daniel Evans ,., k
Larry Jones cannot be determined, but we certainly Washington as the convention. .. + S'iaereii u ,
believe it would be a great help in keeping firearms out keynote speaker; Rep. Gerald :, 4 .:?;s Y ,ers. !' ,,4
of hands of criminals and others who are detrimental to y r rt
Ford of Michigan, House GOP
the public.. leader, as the Permanent et r li q, ;; $

With the death of little Larry, is it not; time for a Chairman and Senator EverettM. t
countywide and ,national gun law to be passed? Let us .Dirksen, Senate GOP leader
hope no more lives will have to be claimed before our as Chairman of the Tem a
legislators and Congressmen act. porary Committee on Resolutions .....
(platform committee),. PAUL H.'WYCHE, JR. T. REID

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NEW YORK.- The Ford Foundation announced three grants In an auxiliary program, $4,500, Including tuition, stu- pal communications center,
with the twofold purpose of 1) advancing careers for Negroesand special classes for fifteen Ne- dent stipend, and school costs. there are approximately 100

other minority-group members in the mass media and 2)) gro teenagers from the New Applications should madeto managers in critically impor.

.w helping to improve racial attitudes through more thorough and York area interested in jour- the university's. television- tant media Jobs. Initially the
: w Informed mass-media coverage of'minorities.The nalism will be taught by work radio department. forum will engage one quarter
grants are part of a Foundation effort to help implementthe ing reporters.A The Ne w School for Social of that top management' segment

communications section of the report of the National Advi- $30,000 grant to Syracuse Research was granted$74,000for ,
sory Commission on Civil Disorders, which noted the failureof University, to be matched two series forums on ur The series'will be run with

media adequately to cover race relations and ghetto prob- equally by the school, will be ban-minority affairs reporting the cooperation of the media
lems and to brine: more Negroes into .Journalism.Two used for graduate fellowshipsin In the mass media. and under the sponsorship of
of the grants will be Used broadcast journalism for the Urban Coalition of New
at One series will be for York.
Columbia University and Negro students.
will be
Participants
taught twenty-five media executivesat At the .
Syracuse University to train sessions, participants
key elements in radio and tele-
minority group members to vision Students who complete the the top management level, ,will review and monitor
news
operations, rang- will receive a and th other for twenty-five news-media
enter or advance in radio and ing from film coursework e coverage of slg-
television Journalism.grant tion to announcing writing directing narra-a master's degree from the S.!. professional working. journa- nificant stories Deluding
to the New School for Social Newhouse CommunicationsCenter lists. breaking news events and developments
news-film
and
Research will be used for de- a crew, There organizing will be- of the university. Each It has been'estimated that in in the minority
newsroom.
veloping increased sensitivity discussions between students fellowship will i be valued at New York, the nation's'princi- community.

to racial problemsamongeditors and faculty on the coverage: of .t\-;, } .
producers, and working I A S of' ;,.: .
current major news stories by SUPERMARKETS ..;,
newsmen in New York City. the media. ; : ,. ,
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With a grant of$122,000 the Students will be provided WORKING TO SERVE l L_ .; !j, : .
Columbia University Graduate with room and board on the '-:,., .

School of Journalism will run Columbia campus, weekly GHETTO ,..., f'.', '

an eight-week program this personal expense stipends, WASHINGTON, 1). C.-The ..
summer for twenty membersof and family allowances depending supermarket industry can !

minority groups, recruited upon need.Candidates serve inner city residents and sI "
nationally, for news positions for the program is accelerating steps to do so, :

in radio and television. range in age from 20 to 35 and the National Association of 4 fj
The program will be directed have demonstrated talent in or Food Chains declared.

by Fred W. Friendly, Ford potential for acquiring skills New supermarkets are being tI
Foundation Advisor on Tele- required in broadcast journa- located In central city w I
vision, and former president lism. Columbia will assist in areas and old ones are being y q 1 +
of. CBS News. It is under the 1 meet the increased ,
securing employment or pro- refurbished to -
. supervision of Dean EdwardW. motions for those completingthe needs of residents,

.. Barrett. course Clarence G. Adamy,presidentof 1 lii.r
the NAFC. declared.
"The food chain industryhas

provided and will continueto
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f, provide the most wholesome
food at the lowest possible cost

to every customer, no matter .r :
r where the store may be locat- .. 1.
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N the NAFC to meet the food I
; Retiring T each Honored
as ? needs of inner city residents.

More than half a dozen major -
e food chains are currently Friends, relatives and well lotte Ford Clark, principal,
v i aiding the Negro entrepreneur wishers assembled at the Charles Drew Elementary

movement by furnishing mar- home of Mrs. Girthna Williams School; presentations, cards,

I keting, managerial, and oper- on the evening of June letters, gifts, etc., Mrs. Mag-
: : ational know-how to them at no 14, to honor Mrs. Bertha B. gie G. S cot t and Mrs Ruth
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co s t. More will participate, Sharpe on her retirement from Everette.
Adamy said. the classroom after a periodof Mesdames M. Milton,G,
46 years of continuous Lacey and Bertha Jackson
{;. j "One weakness in the Negro teaching. presided at the punch bowles
supermarket movement has They wanted to say"ThankYou" and refreshment tables where
been lack of experience in a -to Mrs.Sharpe for her delicious refreshments were
,:;: business which, by its fiercely services to the children of served.

competitive nature, requiresthe Dade County, to humanity and Mrs. Sharpe is the widow of
best managerial skills We to the community at large for the late William Sharpe Jr

believe that black ownership of her years of dedicated ser- ,pioneer businessman of Lib-

supermarkets can succeed vices. erty City. She is a .graduate
only if the ownership can pro- Sponsoring this of witha
Channel 4 Presents vide reception New York University
service and products for Mrs. Sharpe were manyof M, A. Degree in education.
equal to the wb ite- oW'Jed her former pupils, their: Mrs. Sharpe spent most of her

Racial Crisis In' store Many chains are attempting parents and many of her former years of service at the Liberty
to aid in
closing that
co-workers of both the City Elementary School where
gap, Adamy stated. Lilly C. Evans and the Liberty she served in as a 6th grade
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American Cities He indicated that the super- City Elementary Schools teacher. However, last 10 or
market Industry is constantly Flowers, ferns, palms and 12 years of her year of service -

The racial crisis of Ameican duals from, eleven cities reviewing its involvement in cut roses, all added to the were spent in the teach-

cities, which the President's across the nation. They will "the social problems that con beauty and charm Mrs.Williams ing and training of handicapped -
front the home, at 7000 NW 13th and retarded .children.
Commission on Civil include a police officer, country, not only on
Disorders warned is threat- clergymen, a National Main Street, Detroit, but also Avenue. Mrs. Sharpe is well and favorably -

ening to split our nation into Guardsman?I a labor leader, on Main Avenue, Vidalia, Ga. in Mrs. Glendena C. Edwards known throughout Dade
two separate and unequal so- school teachers and other We are doing our part.We will her usual gracious ,and County. She is active in relig-

cieties, will occupy the entire average citizens. do more," he concluded. charming manner served as ious, civic, community, and
prime-time evening schedule Part two will bring face-to- Mistress of ceremonies. educational; groups. She holds

Thursday. July 4, from 8 to face for the first time the individual Gen. Gavin, author of the recently Music was furnished by a, membership in Mt. Zion Bap-

11 p.ra. on WTVJ. participants from the published book,"Crisis popular orchestra. tist Church, Alpha Delta Chap-
Under the over-all title of ,first portion of the program. Now," will speak of private- Included on the program ter of National Sorority of pni

"One Nation, Indivisible," the They will exchange reactionsand business efforts to develop were the following members: Delta Kappa, Council for Exceptional -

evening's three hours of pro- opinions' in an on-camera "the underdeveloped country" Presentation of orchid Mrs. Children,. F.E.A.,
gramming,will consist of color discussion.following a.private within the boundaries of affluent D. H. Dobbs; saxophone solo, N.E.A., and C.T.A.
film and videotape produced screening revealing each America, the relationship Mr. Harold Hill; the occasion "Gone is, the, builders
across the nation and a.' live other's attitudes. of the Vietnam War and the do- Mrs. Irene R.Straughter solo temple crumbled into decay
;
1 local follow-up of reaction and mestic war on poverty,and his Mrs. Bertha S. Jackson Low lies each vaulted pillar
dialogue. The third segment will be ambition to build 100,000 more sentations of gifts from; pre food for 'decay and rust, but
devoted to the 'views and schools and to find 20 million group, built
actions Mrs. Ales l e K. Gill, principal -. th .e temple the teacher
The special will study the of leaders in the more jobs in America. Henry of Lily C. Evans Elementary shall last while the ages roll
LIIV cause and effect of prejudiceand municipal, state, and federal Ford n, Chairman of the Ford School For the beautiful unseen temple
greetings
from
;
violence,both short and governments, foundations and Motor Company, will be inter- Commissioner Mrs. Athalie |s a' child's Immortalsoul.
I ,long range, both white and other concerned groups, and viewed at a local meeting of Range ."
II black, mainly through the eyes the Negro community. Included the N a t i o n a 1 Association of Ford Williams; greetings Mrs, ,M.,.
principal Lib-
of average citizens will are appearances by spec- Businessmen, of which he is erty City
Elementary; musical A new Dade County TransitG
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w provide opportunities for con- ial guests Mayors John V. chairman.The .
reading, Mr. Arlington S. u 1 d e, has been published by
frontation discussion fourth
and involvement and
of
! Lindsay New York City and concludIng Smith Inst.
,, of home viewers as Carl B, Stokes of Cleveland, portion of the program will Everette; solo, Mr. Aldin the Metro Transit Authorityand
; greetings Mrs.D.A. is { offered free of
well be 60 minutes being
I as oncdfnera'pat'ticipation. Gen. James M. Gavin, and in- of live local reaction Julius '
dustiralist and discussion of ; group singing, "For charge to the bus ridingrpublic. -
Henry Ford D. implications She's A Jolly Good Fellow'"Memories"
The evening long program The mayors will submit a among business and .
will be in four political leaders Let Me Call The Transit'Guide is a com
segments: progress report on theircities' and representatives You
First will be an introduction response to the challenge of, the Negro communities of Sweetheart"presentation; plete ,map of all transit routes
to of family gift, Mr. Thomas operated by MTA including re-
bi-racial
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f ...........range... of.&ladivl-.... ...#.......of...rising..........racial.. ./ tension.JfJ'" Miami. Blue; greetings, Mrs, Char- cent new route extensions..L" ..

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Delta Women Urged To Stress' Local Negro' History' '


Frankie RFreenunna, work to combat white racism most important steps in assuming contribution of black people to ;

tional president of Delta Sig- resulting in part from misin- our responsibilities American culture Is needed by t ; u2'y;. w ,
ma Theta, called on delegatesto and taking our places in our the entire nation." tNG' f, C oy bers from branches who "j
the organization's Southern formation and miseducation, communities. Several hundred delegatesfrom Wilkins, executive director of attended the "Solidarity
Regional Conference to hold we must accept the responsibility -, chapters in Alabama, the NAACP, d e c r i e d hungerand from as far away as

Negro history seminars for to share our interest, Mrs. Freeman, the only woman Florida, Georgia, Missis- starvation in a land of two Anchorage, Alaska. Kivie
predominantly white organi- knowledge and skills in this member of the U.S.Com. sippi, and Tennessee were also cars in every garage, townhouses Kaplan NAACP president, II IIMuch'
zations in their local commun- regard." mission on Civil Rights, pointed urged by Mrs.Freeman to and seashore and was among the platform
ities, Mrs. Doreen R. Youngof Julian Bond, member of the out that one of our nation's be more aggressive in work- mountain cottages,and lobster guests.
MiamiAlumnae Chapter reported Georgia Legislature,and Ver- greatest tragedies is the void ing to eliminate racial discrimination . stew in every pot."
on her return this week non E. Jordan,Jr.,director of left in our educational systemby in employmentand Mr. Wilkins told more than Noting that the campaign included j
from the organization's meet- the Voter Education Project of the omission of information to use all the resourcesat 50,000 persons massed here at hungry whites,' Indians :
ing in Atlanta Georgia. the Southern Regional Council about Negro contributions to their command to see that the Poor Peoples Mobilization and Spanish-speaking Ameri-
participated in a sym- our country's history. "We do large numbers of unemployed June 19, that their legis- cans as well as Negro poor, ",
She said that Mrs.Freeman posium of "Black Power at the say there should be a separate Negroes in their communitiesare lative campaign differed from Mr. Wilkins said that "every
pointed out that "the majorityof Ballot Box," at the social action Negro history. There is no included in local Job train- scores of lobbies in the Na- American, in this nation of a

white Americans are cul- luncheon. They told dele- separate Negro history, nor ing and Job development pro- tion's Capital.He said the poor many blessings, shouldbe, hiding ;
turally deprived to the extent gates from the national, pre- is there a separate white his- grams. sought neither' profit 0 r pref- his head in shame that representatives ,
that they continue to be taught dominantly Negro women's tory. We saythehistorians Another member of the Mi- erence, but only "foodshel, . of any group of .
that theirs is the only contribution public service organizationthat have been inaccurate in their ami Alumnae chapter attend- ter, jobs, health and welfare Americans should be compelled j

to America's growth. . voter registration, citizenship reporting and this inaccuracymust ing the Southern Regional and good schools for children to talk of food, starvation, ,
We need to educate the white educaUonandpol1t1cal be corrected .. Com- Conference was Captain Alexe who will be the men and women malnutrition in a country i
community . It we would participation are the three pensatory education o n the Banks. of 1985." where the manufacturer and
"It does not ask these thingsof sale of dogfood accounts for a r

a government scrimpingand significant part of the national j
I Black Americans Understand Whites BetterBlack saving to make ends income." .1..
meet," he continued.It asks In attacking hunger in

them of a government so af- America, Mr. Wilkins supported -
Americans under-. engineer told Seymour that Once these prejudices are eludes
fluent that it can debate how the campaign's demands -
stand whites better than whites after spending time meetingand overcome by businessmen! Seymour is president of
many billions can be spent in : for revisions in the food
understand them . and this talking to Negroes in De- an understanding of Negroesis Frank Seymour Associates, '.
research, how many billions stamp program, an expansion
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fact points the way for an ef- troit's 12th Street areahe developed, true solutions to Inc., a Detroit firm specia-
can be lavished on space shipsto of the school lunch programand
fective approach to racial discovered things about black economic discrimination and lizing in business race relations -.
the how billions the establishment of more
moon on -
many
problems, says Negro public life that be never Imagined ex- racial strife can be developed, ,, the recruiting of Negro be, maintaining the
can spent on rural cooperatives among
relations consultant Frank M. isted. "My skin is a little Seymour says. job applicants, and press relations -,
American around of various ethnic .
troops
Seymour of Detroit.As darker now," he told Seymour. "I would like to emphasizethat in Negro-oriented me- poor groups.In
the globe how billions this election he urgedthe
many year,
many of the nation's so- Businessmen, with their the question of whether dia, He also is a consultant on "
alas! can be spent in warfare. use of the vote as one ,way
cial problems resulted from creativity and experience,are workable programs will rise the development of special
Mr. Wilkins was one of sev- to ach ieve these andoth er
to work with
industrial growth, Americansnow well equipped from the efforts of business marketing programs for .
expect business to offer blacks in order to come up with will depend upon the,philosophy blacks at national and regional eral thousand NAACP mem. goals, ,
ideas to meet the problems of that motivates It he
some of the solutions, Sey- conJ levels.
in the first issueof upgrading education, job.
mour writes ---- - Red Cross Chairman Named I
the Table training and retraining, home - :'-
"From 'Round PNiit Mtfrots "WiM sr iSif: if w,
the newsletter of Consultants improvement and others, according v
Group, an association of inde-' to Seymour. t'. .r ;: '. q- +. ,. ....q J::' l(: ':": ., .f.,', Walter Humkey, of the law of chairman last year. J

pendent business consultants But they must first rid oi:. :8 yiriiiCityCvicfl.I'iN : :: !! : Fowler, White, Collins, Other officers elected at the

founded by Bonsib Manage- themselves of three primary t' YI. (: k :" ........,i. lit, -.' r rtrl .1 s .d.x.R : Gillen, Humkey and Trenam, meeting were: Robert "L.
men t Services, Fort Wayne, prejudices which block the solution RICHMOND, Va.- .NtDeNegroes Charles Harris, a banker, has been named chapter Searle, first vice chairman;
Indiana. to racial problem, the were elected to the city ran third among 14 candidatesfor chairman for the AmericanRed Stephen A. Lynch, III, second
Negroes acquired an under- consultant points out. These councils of eight Virginia municipalities five Council seats in Dan- Cross,Dade County Chap vice chairman; Martin B.
standing of whites during the are; That blacks want handoutsand in elections held ville. WtlliamDysonHobsona ter, to serve througout the Clark, treasurer; and R. B.
decades in which they practiced won't pull themselves up June' 11. Two were elected in garage owner, led the ticket, fiscal year of 1968-69. Roberts, III, secretary.
one of the first require- by their bootstraps ; that Portsmouth where Dr. JamesW. defeating Mayor E. E. Stone Mr. Humkey was elected The executive, committee
ments for assimilation into blacks need a timetable for acceptance Holley led the field. Ray- for a seat on the Martinsville chairman at the monthly board for the coming year will con- ;.

any cultural mainstream .. into society; that mond Turner, the,. '.other, successful ,City Council. InStaupton,Kenneth of directors,luncheon meeting sist of the above men and
imitation of the prime group by black people need tobe told by Negro candidates, fan LJ?;Jones,a funeral direc- held at the Columbus Hotel on' Charles H. Topmiller,,retiring !
''adopting some of its traits, whites what is good for them. fourth. tor, waS elected. Tuesday, June 18. He is a chapter :chairman, Mrs.
according to Seymour. member of the board of directors William 0. Mehrtens andC.C. I
"For blacks this meant for- PROTCCY YOUR FURNITURE served as first vice Norman.
saking their natural hair 1 WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTYI. -

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" PHIL OSSOFER T Be Equal:
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solved by 'man, '
t, It is evident, according to the hearts are defiant. 1 By Whitney Young; Jr,
our history which depicts
will
: : Officer 6530NW 15th A..., Miami FIa.33147-Phona691.0421 slavery and the economic op- I don't wit the poor said I Executive Director
" be us. Jesus National Urban League
always
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher pression of all ethnic groupsthe have the poor always
GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor ( Irish, the Jews and the "For ye . (Matt. 26:11)),
STANLEY i. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor Poles, for instance), upon with you. that we
not mean
did POWER OF THE POORThe
their arrival In this country, but He THE
them.
National Advertising Representative result of should turn away from
that the slums are a
the for a rea- March on Washington in support of
Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. affluent God made poor Solidarity Day the
desire of the
a strong
New'York They are a test for the Campaign was an inspiring event The huge
310 Madison Avenue. N.: Y. 10017 to maintain a pool of cheap labor son. poor People's
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association rest of us, to prove whether or turnout was impressive; both because it didn't get as much '
2400 Michigan Avenue., Chicago. III. 60616 to build up their affluence. not we love Him.In the Epistle publicity as it could have received, and because the

rr SUBSCRIPTION RATES Thus"man-made", much of and our must poverty be dis-is of James 2:2-5)) we are made press March was organized in only ,a few weeks compared to the I

''rtf' ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 -. FOREIGN $6.00 aware of the station of the poor .' 1963 March which was organized over a period of months.

You have often heard it saidthat as a test of faith, for God has Still they came -- whites and blacks and crowns and reds
Entered as S.cond Class Matter. August 9, 1927 at the Posl_ ,
Office. at Miami, Florida, under the act. of March 8, 1876I "The poor will always be made the poor rich in faith. .. from all over America register their support for immediate .
with us," usually uttered with Man: however, has chosen to action to end the poverty which distorts our land.

i NEGRO"CREDO PRESS OF believes THE NEGRO that America PRESS"The can best lead the thought in mind that it is favor the rich who are often American poverty is integrated-- it shows no respect for

the world from racial and national-ontagonism when accords useless t o change the situa poor in faith. color lines. Whites as well as blacks,Mexicans and Puerto
d to everman regardless of his race creed or color his human t on. You have seen bumper In Deuteronomy 15:7-11,we Ricans as well as Indians, suffer hunger and want.
'and legal rights. Hating no man, ,fearing no m n..the Negro strips that proclaim "I fight are told that we must help the But the significance of the Poor People's Campaign lies in
,Press strives to help every man In the firm belief, that all men
;ore hurt as long as anyone Is held back. poverty . I work!" Well, I poor ifwearetoprosper.Hereis the fact that the poor are organizingiogether for a slice of the
say, "Bully for you, oldboyl"I written "For the poor shall" American economic pie.

diDr'titetiUIIh work, too, but I know that but never cease out of the land, The poor now know they don't ha veto starve; they don't have
for the grace of God I might but it follows that "Therefore to live In shacks; they don't ha veto be shunted into a dark cor-

have been born In the slums, I com.hind thee, saying, Thou ner of the American conscience, unseen,unheard,unthought of.

POOR PEOPLES CAMPAI growing up with little possibility shalt open thy hand wide unto Poverty is not God-given,but man-made. Poverty is created
of better ing myself. thy brother, to thy poor, and" by discrimination and by the blindness of our political and eco-

The poor peoples campaign in Resurrection City is about the world. to thy needy, to' thy land. nomic leadership.By marching: on Washington with their. allies,

over. Regretfully it had to end unpleasantly. The leader Rev. and by organizing together, the.poor are sh owing their

Ralph Abernathy being arrested violating law that forbids strength.
demonstrations on the Capitol grounds.The permit for Resurrection t? For the poor do have power.They have the power to disrupt

City expired on Sunday, June 23 at 8 p.m. Rev. Aber- the system; the power to destroy our cities; the power to burn
nathy said he and his followers will not leave voluntarily; be- \fJ houses and fields. The poor have limitless power to deepen

cause the goals of improved Jobs and income opportunities for the scars of hate and violence.But .
j, the nation's poor have not been attained.We have no place else By Booker T. Hayes ;, \/- the poor have chosen a different kind of power- the

f to go he said. Taking possession of the city on Monday, police power of reason; the power to build;the power to organize to-
t arrested 50 persons. The campaign went on for six weeks, Mankind has always possessed the knack of turning all things'of gether to loosen the bonds of poverty and to turn this nation

1, .more than 300 of the marchers were arrested. power into tools beneficial to himself and other men. Since around.

I Well they came, they saw, we are not in a position to say, the beginning of time men have been endowed with a will to The poor now realize that in organization and in the exercise .

4 they conquered. conquer the unconquerable,harness the unharnessable,and obtain of political power there is strength. lithe momentum of

1 Let us hope that anyway there will come some benefits fort the unobtainable. This drive, often referred to as Intuition the Washington March is kept up,and the poor in all our cities

the poor as a result of the campaign. Is responsible for most of the achievements men have and rural areas organize, they can decide the results of the
V made. We need only look around us to find evidence of man's November election and insure victory for candidates who will
ability to do the impossible. We find the power of the lightning fight for their cause.
< CHIEF JUSTICE TO RETIRE bolt being transmitted back and forth in the form of electricity Some people have objected to yet another demonstration.But

Chief Justice Earl Warren, 77 years old, will retire after furnishing the power on which the economy of the world when rich corporations want the nation to act in their t.lvor.

15 years service as head of th e Supreme Court of the United strives. We find man-made power plants capable of supplyingthe they spend millions of dollars on lobbyists and advertising

States. The Chief Justice was named to this high office during needs of an entire metropolis, the result of man's ability specialists. But the poor have only their feet, their bodies,
:' the administration of President Dwight D.Eisenhower.He will to realize the potential in any source of power. We find the their spirit, and the belief in the righteousness their cause .

be receiving a pension of $40,000 annually, thesalary attach- atom crushed and toured, providing the new source of power and the decency of their aim;. .'.

ed to the office of Chief Justice.INCREASE compatible withtoday'sneeds.No I hope the naton will finally listen and act, because this
source of power known to man has been unchanged. Even could be the last peaceful March which brings whites and

the,almighty power,of God has had its particular role to play blacks together under the banner of nonviolence protest;.The
IN TAX result its association with mankind.The over-all '
as a of pow- If
to take
prophets of violence are waiting in the wings over
There will be an Increase income tax of 10 per cent and this er of God has remained untouched, but its use by mankind has the responsible leaders don't get the victories their people

will begin July although it is retroactive to April 1st. The undergone numerous changes. Contrary to the belief that man need.

bill as passed is expected to raise$15.6billion before its ex- is a servant of God, man through his ingenious ways have made There have been many marches in the past few years.
the power of God something to be reckoned with. The Christians -
piration date. Washington, Selnu, Birmingham; Jackson, and now Washington -
the have used the of God as a
over years, power weaponin
again. They take place because the poor and the oppressedcry
the crucifixion of non-believers. They have made him their
{ CONGRATULATIONS
L out for change. But too many Americans complacentlywatch
battle companion despite the fact that God represents the
):'. The Rev. Edward Graham,pastor of Mt.Zion Baptist Church greatest example of love man has known. They have placed these Marches on television, seeing them as just another

(, and chairman of the board of trustees of the Florida Memorial God in the role of executioner,performing all the acts of ven- kind of entertainment spectacle, remaining unmoved and not

l;' College opening in Miami in September and one of our leading gence that might tend to offer them a personal consolation.The caring about the plight of their fellow man.
"J The Georgia mule was a symbol of this March. It is a sym
f citizens, has recently been given a doctorate in humane letters non-believers have also had a hand in changing the sta-
bol of the burdens of the rural But it is also a symbol of
: from Florida Memorial College..The honor was bestowed poor.
f tus of God as a method of harrassing the believer. TT.ey useman's
the silent watchers who stubbornly refuse to change their rigid
at its closing ceremonies in St. Augustine.
.;t fear of God as the extra pound of measure necessary to
views. And it Is a symbol of the which reflects their
Ye Editor congratulates Dr. Edward Graham upon being so crush the resistance they might encounter. In doing so they Congress
Indifference to take the to end poverty
honored. refusing necessary steps
have assisted intentionally in the distortion of God'slmagtl.
and discrimination.This .
FOUR FACTORS CAUSE RIOTS They have helped make the wrath of God the most feared pun
March make
have
to
ishment in the universe. His powers have been likened to that may givenAmerica'its last chance
Reader's Digest for Jury carries a very interesting article good on its promises of equality and dignity! for all. I pray it
of a nuclear weapon bent upon the distraction of mankind
entitled "City Riots Why? andWhereDoWeGo From Here?" takes it.
:
When I see signs that read "God is Dead" I get a peculiar
It's an interview with William E. Griffith a former political
feeling. I know that for some people this is true. The God oi f
advisor to Radio Free Europe of
currently professor
: political -
love they have come to know has been replaced by a God of
science at Massachusetts Institute of and
Technology wrath. Their feeling of security made possible by the very na-
is also on the faculty of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplo-
ture of God's love, has become insecure. All this has comeabout
macy at Tufts University.Ye .
as the result of man's quest for power. He.has allowedno BEST NEWS STORY
Editor is pleased to use some of these extracts. to
source go untouched. My particular discontent stems
Answering the question; What as a historian do you think is from the fact that even those people who profess to be closer
the cause of the Negro riots in this country? to God When
are guilty as charged. challenged, they rely or IN 1967
Professor Griffith said: There are four factors; The firstis the wrath of God as the final determination, and are desirous

economic. Over the last 25 years, machines for planting and of swift and direct action. When this Is not the case they fee 1lA:

picking cotton have replaced Negro labor on the plantations in let.down. They feel they have been betrayed. A Just God : That's the
the South. This has happened at a time when industry was their eyesight is one from whom they can get immediate response award your community news-
booming in northern cities creating new jobs.Asa result nearly whatever the demand. paper received last week in competition with

3,700,000 Negroes migrated to the North between 1$40 and "Would the Forgiver, give us the right,to see ourselves a s dozens of other leading newspapers in the
1966, and they are still coming at a rate of some 100,000 a others see us." nation.

year. But now, with the increased use computers and auto- "Is God really dead?"
mation Industry has dwindling need for unskilled labor.
We, at The Miami i i Times mighty
are
Thus the Negro having lost his Job In the South is finding The fourth factor--and this is the underlying long-term caUSEis proud of this ,
latest
less opportunity in the North. racial discrimination.It has been going on for 300 years and in a series of honorsfrom'is

The second factor is psychological. Many of the people who has stored up a tremendous amount of emotional tension. It the National Newspaper Publisher's Association. -

moved to the cities have had an enormous emotional wrench. not racial discrimination alone, however, that brings on the .

They have become alienated in the most profound sense. They riots, but Its Interaction with unemployment,psychological ali

have lost their bearings, their sense of family structure. The enation and rising expectations. The fact that these elements All of this is possible I though simply

fathers, frequently unemployed, have tended to drift away. In have all come together Is what makes solution the problem because you gave your help and cooperationin
families the mother has become the breadwinner.The so difficult.
many Negro this .
making of the
illegitimacy rate has risen ; in the ghettos of many Answering the question: one leading weekly newspapers

northern cities it now exceeds 50 per cent. All of this is extremely Is this experience historically unique in the United States? read in the nation.We hope you continue to

disruptive for any society. Professor Griffith said: "Not really." ,

The third factor is the revolution of rising expectations. Ne- Alienation has happened in every country in which large

groes had hoped that the civil rights movement would not only masses of people have moved rapidly from a peasant society The :

bring legal rights, but would make them equal hi every respect into an industrial one. It occurred In Manchester and other industrial -
with the whites.As the civil rights movement progressed, how- towns in England 100 years ago and In Russia at the

ever, they found that it was not bringing them economic equal- end of the 19th Century when hundreds of thousands of pea-
Itywlth the more technically skilled whites. On the contrary, sants rushed to work In the new factories being built in Mosco\w Miami

the income gap between Negroes and whites has widened. Thus and St. Petersburg. It happened also in France and Germany

the Negro hopes, after first being arounsed,have been thwarted Families tended to disintegrate political radicalism and al-
--the classic revolution situation. people don't revolt when cholism shot up. Alcohol is one way of escaping the psycholo- Times

they are down and out;they revolt when hope begins' and is'then' gical shock of being down out of your.society- as are drips.
blocked. in the Negro ghettos today.

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SOCiETY p SHORTAGE WASH Il5 S. 1 1t
Act" which will make it illegaltodiscriminaZein the sale and HAYS GUILT"IMPLIES THE tV.I
rental of most housing. The "Open Housing Act" takes effectin 4 ;,

three stages: Under the first stage, which began on April 1" VIM 4 tLIr6uIll t\t\ "
11 when President Johnson signed the Act into law, discrimination "
in the rental or sale of federally assisted units was prohibited ;

.In the second stage,which takes effect January I,"19 69 ,
the law will extend its coverage to include apartment"houses *
and large housing developments. In the third stage, beginning
January I, 1970, the law will apply to the sale of singlefamily -
homes, also, sold through real estate brokers. : .ll 1 A I
The law does not apply to apartments of four units or less, \ItL: 4. t f Z(
one of which is occupied by the owner,and single-family homes .\
sold by the owner rather than through a real estate agent. \
Two government agencies are charged with the enforcementof I
the Act the Justice Department and the Department of .
Housing and Urban Development. The enforcement procedure .',
works this way: when there is a charge of discrimination, the \
Department of Housing and Urban Development Investigatesthe
complaint and tries to settle the grievance through concil
iation. If that falls,the aggrieved party may go to court, or the
Justice Department may go to court for him.
As can readily be seen, the Act has quite a few loopholes in
both the sale and rental of apartment units, and the sale of "

single-family homes. Moreover, it set up quite a cumbersome
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enforcement procedure.
The United States Supreme Court, however, went one step ,
further, and broke new ground in this area last week in uphold-
ing an obscure, 102-year-old statute passed by Congress,
which bands discrimination in the sale or rental of "all" hous
ing. The Court's decision, which breathes new life into the
"Open Housing Act of 1866," is all inclusive.No one is exempt I
from its provision. No one can discriminate in the future sale ,
or rental of property. Moreover, the Court's decision takes
effect immediately. And a person having a valid charge of discrimination
need not be delayed by administrative procedures;
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but may take his charge into court immediately.The J
irony in the field of Federal Open Housing Laws is the
fact that Congress passed "both' the Open HousingStatute of

1866, which is all inclusive, and applies to the sale or rentalof --
all housing; and the Open Housing Statute of 1968 which retreats

from the earlier: ,stronger law, and exempts certain
housing from its provisiogs.TheCourtinupholdingthe earlier LETTERS TO THE EDITOR ::1:1Dear

. law Act.leads" one to wonder of what value is the.1968 "Open Housing -

'i These and Judicial positions will bring rela-
new legislative Mr. Reeves: Dear Mr. Reeves:
tively little change in the life style of the poor, however, because -,
they are still without,the Jobs or income to take advantage One',of your subscribers handed me a copy of'your paper of I must take exception to a recent editorial in the Miami Herald \
,of better, housing.Thus,the law's greatest immediate impact June 7, and I noted.therein. ,an'articleby.' Bayard. Rustin: "The which views the guaranteed income as "ll ogic" and. "deficit
upon the poor will be in the area of federally assisted Violent, Way of Life." thinking" i
housing. I am white and a Jew and a proud citizen of this wound t1W
nation-wonderful and great, with all it s faults and errors and ((1)) Need, as defined by the U. S. Government's poverty.line, j i
prejudices and injustices; the best place to live on the entire determined. by family size and*income as the sole basis for
4fLET'S; face of the earth. determining the payment to the family !

I vehemently disagree with the tone and language and bit-
TALK terness of Mr. Rustin's article. ((2)) Incentives to work are encouraged by reducing payments to
First, he is placing the blame of the assassination of Dr. the family by a fraction of the income earned. "

OL/T/CS Martin Luther King, jr. upon"society which has relentlessly
demonstrated to Negroes that they don't belong." Resistance to the "guaranteed income' is based on a seriesof
BY NORMA N E. JONES Would he apply the same Illogical reasoning to the assas- myths: It is a handout; it will take away the incentive of
sions of the two Kennedys? people to work; it penalizes the thrifty; it will bankrupt the
"MERCHANTS OF HATE" IT'S GOOD BUSINESSThis Presidents, the Mayor of Chicago, many other leaders were United States; it is a poverty program only for Negroes.Aid .

killed by frustrated, psycopathlc, mentally un-balanced,anti
constant infusion of the element of old world hates and willfully
social individuals. Did the American people knowingly or
into the bloodstream and brain tissue of America
prejudices
spawn these murderers? to the poor, both white and Negro, is a matter of great urgency
with the arrival of each and every immigrant to the United How can you relate any assassination to a people? today because of the 30 millions locked in poverty.The .
States, has poluted the thinking and action of Americana so Didn't 95% of the nation weep when these fine Americanswere

extensively that the "old world" custom of "political assas annilated? Did it matter to any of us that the victim was present welfare system reaches only a quarter of the poorso
sination" is becoming as "American as baseball" black or white, Protestant or Catholic? that many persons live in this land of plenty under condi-
The blood and viscera of this"hate and
-.sinews prejudice' Second, Mr. Rustin charges that .misguided teachers and tions of hunger, malnutrition and hopelessness.The .
world" fertilizes blade of
"old
from the every grass-every employers and landlords all "kill the Negroes through trig-
grain of wheat, every kernel of corn, every bail of cotton, to the of of into
gers of hate or maltreatment, equivalent use guns. recent report of Citizens Board Inquiry Hungerand
every orange and.grapefruit, every vegetable, every domestic He states: "Some call it prejudice orsocialcustome. I callit Malnutrition in the United States indicates that in addition :
animal in America. MURDER." to the infant mortality, shortened life expectancy and illness .f
The blood-tissue and viscera o f the victims of "hate and In effect, he paints a conspitorialpicture National violence resulting from insufficient nourishment, the ultimate cost is
prejudice" is mixed in the mortar and concrete which built elimination of the from the social alienation with- t
towards the Negro found in patters of social unrest, distrust, ,
the homes, commercial buildings, religious institutions, educational
political and economic life of the Nation. drawal and frustration.
institutions,city balls,county courthouses, state capi- This deduction or analysis is false.He is blind to the almost
tols the white house the house and senate off ices and
every superhuman effort made by both white andblack in every facetof
other government building on every level throughout the land the country to recognize the rightful place of the Negro, as It has been estimated that of those subsisting on the poverty ;
of the free and the home of the brave." Included in this are the '
a citizen, as a neighbor, as a human being. level many are unable to work. group
The "old world" custom of "political assassination" was a Within one decade great strides have been made t o achieve aged, the disabled, the physically, mentally and psychological
necessary product of the hereditary monarchial form of these goals. The press of the nation has extended itself to give ly sick and mothers with young children.
government and provided the only means "voting" tyrannical most generous space to expose the plight and needs of the Ne
and unpopular despots out of office.Assasination provideda Also, one ,third of our poor are in families with a full time
means also of "tyrants" to "vote" benevolent rulers out of gro.America has a conscience. Only the lunatic fringe of haters worker, whose wages are inadequate to meet the subsistance
office. Assassination also provided the means of power drunk and racists, who persecute Jews and Negroes alike,resist and needs of his family.
sons-fathers-cousins-uncles-regents and prime ministers to always will resist humanistic steps towards understanding and
"vote" rulers out of office that they might usurp the "eco- tolerance and brotherhood.In The money spent to fund this program would be offset by eli-
nomic and political power" vested in the throne. spite of all the violence and riots and sit-down disorders; nating the bureaucratic costs of a welfare system which is alleged \
Assassination was also the handy tool of wives, mothers, in spite of all the threats of killing all "whities;" in spiteof to'degrade its recipients and by increasing the purchasing
daughters and mistresses In their quest for advancement up the the terrible tragedies suffered by hundreds of honest mer- power of many, thus encouraging greater economic activity .
ladder to riches and power. chants and losing their life savings by rioters and arsonists; and a larger gross national product.
The physical political, assassination, murder is an import in spite of all these preachers of hate and bitterness and lust
from te "old world" where it was the only means of "votingout for revenge against white society for yesterday's wrongs,the I believe that the best means of eliminating poverty in our affluent
of office heredity and military rulers and when this typeof good people of these United States will exert every human effort country may be some form ofa universal guaranteed Income
"political assassination" occurs in America a great com towards the creation of a better society for all.-Negroes, plan.
motion is raised reams and reams of copy is published in all Jews, Protestants, Catholics and Agnositics.It .
media and of recent hours and hours of time on broadcast is a pity that your many readersprincipally Negroes, Such plans require further thought, exploration and study. To
media on such tragic events, most of which is devoted to potting must be goaded to hate, to revenge, to obstruct and possibly dismiss them, out of hand, as being Marxist, illogical and :
the blame on the individual assassin and trying to tie his destroy the good will and friendship and understanding we all phony is to render great disservice to America.
act to his own "personal demented mind"and to "commu need so much.
nism," to absolve the conscience of America of its guilt com- Very truly yours Sincerely yours
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plex, but not a "cotton-picking" word that the "assasin" and Meyer L. Cherkas Walter ZandhUl c
the "assastouted" are tnemeslves both "equal victums" of
hates and prejudices" infused into the bloodstream of America -

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6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, Willie (Louise) ] -""

Beaman houseguesting are Willie's with sister ShirleyCodrtng-1 1:1 "

ton and daughter Leslie of ,
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a wellwishesto bDrleWhltewhouaderGet I

went surgery at Mt. Sinai; Martha Anderson
Dew
Rev. ;
Capers;
Geraldine
..at Christian; Bea Robinson at Jack-
pY CLARICE LITTLES Ophelia Rolle; mother Bullard at Jackson. i
Miami Times Society Editor son, also William KennethKen
department hired
----- WTVJ sports .
Mrs. Emily Delancey and grandson, Gregory Jenkins are in 'I J k n, ( ) Stewart as a cameraman-reporter. Y,

New York City to witness the graduation of her grandson, William Congratulations. .
of Delores and Willia Bell Sr. was kiUedby ; \ _
Bell, Jr son McGriff,Jr.who
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Sympathy to the family of Clyde .....
Sgt. and Mrs. Randolph (Irene) Glass, children, Daryl and 22nd Ave. McGriff was shceduled for
Kathi along with their neice, Jennifer Blake of Ft. Knox are an auto as he before crossed the accident. He is the son of Clyde Mc- r y yak r..
vactioning with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. Wilfred Glass. Vietnam duty and the step-son of isaac s at'i1'rc
Moore
Lloyd and Norma Johnson of Governor's Harbour in the Ba- Grill Sr. and. Mrs. Rebecca '. :

hamas vacationed at the Biscayne Terrace. Lloyd is the bro- Moore Mrs Bloneva Monroe returned on Tuesday June 18 from :: fj::; '* ,I
ther of toe McDuffie.Mr. the house warming of 1"W'* '"
? where she attended : : :
Springfield Mass., ::
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and Mrs. Raymond(Lena) Heastie Jetted to Nassau to her brother and sister-in-law, Mr.and Mrs.Gladstone Poiter. ;
attend the funeral of his brother, Norris Heastie. Williams and daughter Denise Renee, spenta "
Russell)
Joan ( :
"It's a boy, Robert n, born to Robert and Addle Senior June week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mose Russell Joan, :

9, at Christian Hospital. now a resident of Titusville, Florida is employed at Kennedy :
Fannie Moton's reason for being away from home,was the Center as an administrative clerk.DELTA'S i
funeral of her aunt, Mrs.Alberta Mitchell who died in Swains- Space

boro, Ga. ,
Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. LinlngstonMargaretAd-)
derly who celebrated their golden wedding anniversary (50th)

Wednesday, June 26.They live at 6730 NW 13th Avenue, Miami. ,
But Stanford and Cynthia Jackson celebrated their eleventhon Iniflrk1t/P/
Inez McDuffie madeit a .. ....
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the same date. June 26. andHenryand "'1101'3< Twenty-one years on June 19.
Carl and Keva Weems are bubbling over with happiness now 9iE'ffj'ti to Misses Downs, is a recent
that they are three.Her name is Karyn Tract who arrived June ; Sandra J. Monroe and LillianR. graduate of Miami Jackson Sr.

10th. She weighed 61bs. Roberta C. Thompson is one of the Barr who made their bowsto High.
pround grandmothers. society at a ball given in Lillian, the daughter of Mr

Evelyn Deloris Dudley and Ernest Bethune were married their honor on June 15, at the and Mrs. Charles Barr, is a
Saturday in St. John Baptist Church. The bride, daughter of Bonded Agency Hall. Miami Northwestern graduate

Mrs. Sallie L. Dudley, 2909 NW 55th St.The bridegroom, son Sandra, the daughter of Mrs. .
of Mr. Cuthbert, 1728 NW 56th Street. After wedding trip to

Nassau the couple. will live in Miami.
The Open House Party of Belafonte RECEIVES
Tacolocy Center, 836 NW 62nd Street Sun-

day, June 23,was a BIG SUCCESS. Mrs John SCHOLARSHIPTO w
Harrison, chairman, Mrs Portia Bannis- f iMLu
ter, co-chairman and Frances Henderson, UNIVERSITYOF
director.
Nice tribute to Alexander Brooks in the MIAMI

feature-Who is Miami Beach Federal? 1968
Miss Ruby Bryant, a
Alex accounts officer at the main of-
new students
graduate in the top 15
fice is celebrating 31 years of continuous
from Miami Jackson won a ii
service to Miami Beach Federal. four year scholarship to the

Cassius Clay or Muhammad All has become the father of a .. .... ..- ---- University of Miami. Ruby is hM
girl. Clay's wife, the former Belinda Boyd gave birth to a WINNERSThe the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
seven pound six ounce girl in South Chicago Community Hos- SCHOLARSHIP Albert Bryant of 1545 NW 53rd 4

pital. Miami Alumnae Chap- psychology. Shirley, the St.
Diann Crumbley and William Harold Long,Jr.were married ter of Delta Sigma Theta Sor- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
Sunday in Trinity C.M.E. Church. The bride, daughter of Mr. ority's Eighteenth Debutante ward Ross, plans to enter She will attend the University -

and Mrs. Joseph Crumbley Sr., 3511 NW 209th Terrace. The Cotillion was more than an introduction -Clark College and major in in the fall and will majorin RUBYI
bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Harold Long Sr. of Business Administration.
to adult society for Business Education;
Daytona Beach.. After a wedding tripp to Nassau the couple two of its 1968 Debutantes. I I't"
will live in Miami.
Shlrley'Ann Ross,shown in the
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Here from Chicago for a vacation is Sharon Trammell who photo, a 1968 graduate of Mi-
will be guest of Lil and Charles Trammell at their 68th Street ami Killian Senior High <, !f'; ..n("Y:t' I , .. :.'>.,.
home. School, and Valerie Hill, not (' !t;:; .:, "" -, '!' .< t ';.'t'j, t :;'
IH t1 L J'
Mary Jenkins Jetted to Washington, D. C, to be at the bed- shown, a 1968 graduate of t' L ; r ih 'h:!' .I + .
t l
side of her brother who is critically ill. Coral Gables High School, 1I 1/ ;: ,'H iiif v
pleasantly surprised 'i tffH !, L" 1"" I;
Among the out of town guests in Miami for the ordination of I h ". ''
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while making their debut bows ( 'u t :
Sydney Barry on Saturday at the Church of the Incarnation were \ ;,:. "I ( t! .II ''f.r' .
to learn that each was the re- / illL L :". :
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Russell, Mrs Grace Bellamy and Mr. cipient of a three hundred dollar r "X' < 1 ,::\\f I/J;; :
and Mrs. Emanuel Bellamy, West Palm Beach; EutherpieRit- $300.00 scholarship. I II .I y-" ':'
chie, Eugene Ritchie, Ethel and Luverne Edwards and Carolyn I: ,
Smith, Ft. Pierce. I t) ; I; ', //'ii1J\i\!i!i.lt !il

Andrew F. Brimmer, a governor of the I; :
I ,
Federal Reserve Board, was in Miami to address -, J Rae. I!t "iI',4i
I; .
the Economic Society of South Florida .::' ..
this week.Ministers. Ii

in the News; Rev. Theodore R. e I
Gibson in a story by Herald columnist, Larry 1 .:

Mahoney. Do hope you read the story: Rev. ,1
Gibson; He Bridges Generations; I -
Rychard S. Cook is looking for information ., -
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pictures and materials about the late "' ,

Zora Neale Hurston for a research project LORY'S LENDS HELPING 409
I HAND TO GIRL SCOUT TROOP
he's been working on the past 16 months.Contact him at 691-

7288. ) (Left to Right) Shelia/ Miller, Evelyn Pringley/ and Dinetta Cobb, all

Kenneth Dove (Joshua, Jr.) is spending the summer with the \ members of Girl Scout Troop 409 are shown here as they proudly model

Nelson Williams family in Downing, Pa., while big sister In- \ fabulous fashions by Lory's.

grid is doing a stint in Social Work at the VA Hospital on 12th These lovely young ladies, along with many more lust as lovely
Avenue before returning for the senior year at Mary Manse in i will show their wares at Troop 409's Fashion Tea, Sunday, June 30 from
Toledo. SHIRLEY 7 3iOO to 5;:? p'm' at the Bonded Rental Agency auditorium, 4150 NW 7th

Valerie, the daughter Mr. Avenue. All proceeds from this affair will be used to help the troop attend
TACOLCYTbe Advisory Council on Liberty City Youth)has and Mrs. Jessie Hill, plans to the Hemis-Fair at Son Antonio, Texas. Donation is 100.

acquired a large estate on 9th Avenue at 62nd Street in whichis enter Florida A&M University ( All fashions for the show are being furnished by Lory's (Edison Cen
the University
housed among other CommunityAction projects in the fall to pursue a ma- ( terand assistant store manager Dee Dee Lawrence is serving as coordin
of the Streets. A most unique institution. The Centeris
jor in sociology and minor in ator.
named in honor of its chief benefactor, Harry Belefonte. In addition to the fashions shown above, you'll find a complete line

Stop in j of glamorous fashions for all occasions at Lory's (Edison Center), teenage
Two Chicks Get Together Formationof POST OFFICE OBSERVES INDEPENDENCE and adult fashion center of South Florida.

,/ Mahalia Jackson's Chicken System Inc.of DAY! I Our FABULOUS FALL FASHIONS are in. . Come see the beauties.
Memphis, a Joint venture with Minnie Postmaster E. M. Dunlap I
Pearl's Chicken System Inc.of Nashville has
announced that Independence
I
BIG
SALE
NOW
IN PROGRESS
I been announced. Day, July 4,Thursday,shall be
_ I Jo-Ann Forte and Anthony L. Andersonwere observed as a national holiday

married Saturda y in Holy Redeemer at all postal installations and Open 9 to 9 3.20
Catholic Church The bride,daughter of Mr. most postal employees willbe Sizes

and Mrs. Johnny Forte, 2020 NW 68th Ter. given the day off.There will be

The bridegroom, son,of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest :; no regular mail deliveries by Ii)
Finch, 5535 NW 9th Avenue After a city or rural carriers and post IY'ST 4 L(9t9i\(

wedding trip to Grand Bahama the coupW will live in Miami. offices will not be open for

Mrs Martin Luther,King Jr. will form her own national or- business. However, there will

ganization. be special delivery service LORY'S FASHION EVERYWHERE!
SHOPS
Coretta King's "Campaign of Conscience"willbe a woman- and mail will be distributed to .
power movement working for social Justice and against the post office boxes. Collections
6112 NW 7th )
Vietnam: war She is inviting leaders women's peace groups, from' street mail boxes, receipt AVENUE ( EDISON CEMTEBfr
religious organizations, welfare agencies and clubs to plan- and dispatch of mail will

ning conference September.. be made on a holiday schedule.





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kJedd; t9 At St. %t wn &tedd o i iBy


MRS. DOROTHY '
S. LOVE d

Lt. and Mrs. John Pope,Jr. I'

P tLJ after their June 12 wedding 'i' "JI r f :, .:.'N !
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held at St. Mary's Cathedral. ":.
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STANLEY"SWEETS" SWEETING City and Metro officials pres- .. ,
Miami Times Theatrical Editor ent at the ceremony were Mi- .
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LINOTYPE ami Mayor Steve Clark; City i f ;f: ..\',,. "' 4o

Commissioner Athalie Range; ., "
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THE LITTLE RED BOOK: The Satellite Lounge's 5th annual and County CommissionerEarl \. _,,&\ ; .'I'

moonlight cruise and dance sponsored by the Loyal Dukes' Social / Carroll. \ 41,
Club is ., ....... II,
a Sunday (June 30)) outing at 8 p.m. Bill Harris. "" It ,j
captain of the crew, will head the host and Mrs. Eloise Farrington, "" "
aunt of the bride and Mrs. "" j
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hostess list of seafaring Dukes For the past u "i
four years the guys and dolls of the DSC have Mary Farrell, were hostessesfor
assured their guests unlimited fun and frolic j a misscellaneous shower ..;: i',. :;
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via their for Debra Delores Perry a few I/jr .' .
cruises.And whether you are deck- l,+..;.{. , ; f i
days prior to the
wedding.
ed on stem or stern you are in for one hel- V":
luva evening when their "Dreamboat" Mrs. Lottie Perry Johnson, /j1/ft': i. t' :
ply );.(
sister of W. O. Perry, was l .. '.
the moonlit waters of beautiful Biscayne Bay. ,/ I f ,i
,\ .. hostess for the Rehearsal Din-
There will be, as allways, eats and drinks ,"< MRS. JOHN POPE, JR ,J
ner given for the bridal
7 party
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galore. Freddie Green's educated '
fingers ; and the immediate family at mediate family of Tallahast, <
will tease the invorles "
".._ as.he leads_ the. Satellite .. her '64th Street residence.Al- see, Florida.
Trio for dancing music me DUkes are suggesting that you .
at'the
so wedding she was
,
wear your slax and shirts, be they white, black, blue, brownor r'sP beautifully dressed in a pink The elaborate affair was attended 1
red. Your shorts will wear well, too. At any rate, dress :"tal'htias ensemble. by both families of the

comfy, and don't be late.Take your date or "somebody else's" .:. '1", bride and groom.
and If you can buy a better bargain for $2.50 (round trip) see .... Other aunts attending were
me, and Til pay the tab. -------- ----- Miss Helen Green,and sister, Extended courtesies to Mrs.

7-cccauant ",6uoncra Mrs. Lucretia Hill Out-of- Lottie Perry Johnson for suchan

NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Angela Bethel who saw her 11th Town guests include Mrs..Ar- elaborate wedding rehearsal "

birthday arrive June 14 underwent surgery on her eye last t/Ut. lena Wilson of Syracuse, New dinner, and t o Mrs. I I' "

Tuesday in Variety hospital . Yvonne Goggins and Maude Ca4cy York and the Groom's father, Florence Taylor,the designer. 'i

Newbold feted Dorothy Heild with a Kitchenware shower last Mr. John Pope,Sr.and his im- Mrs. Que e n Ie Hicks, Mrs. ,;','
Saturday. . The Albert (Hattie) Johnsons and sons Carl and Miss Joy Din"Tresvant hairpiece. The groom was uni- Hattie Johnson, Mrs. Lula t
Richard are houseguesting with Hattie's sister Bertha Lee Ca- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al- que In a white Nehru suit,witha Moore, and Lucille Moore, :
son in bert Tresvant and grand- turtle neck shirt andgreen DR. MARY McCLOUD are also thanked for their help. :1
Washington D. C. . Rev. P. D. Brantley bedded at greeen ':
Christian Memorial. . James Bowe getting his locks sheared daughter of Mr. and Mrs. beads. -

at Varsity Barber Shop . City patrolman "Big Mike" George'bride Wilkinson of Sr.becamethe Out of town guests were: Mr. BETHUNE MEMORIAL GARDEN PARTY r

Taylor kept smiling, but,was somewhat miffed that Fate (and Mr. Whayman George Wilkinson, Jr.uncle of The National Council of Negro -
Chief W. Headley his boss) ruled that he had to labor on his Carey on June 16, at the First the bride, Mrs. Willa Williams Women Invite you to attend -

birthday June 18, but the hefty gendarme had last Thursday, Baptist Church ,of Bunche and husband, Mr. Lewis Wil- a Memorial service In The National Council of Negro -
Friday and Saturday to celebrate. Park. Rev. W.J. Macon officiated kinson, Jr., Mrs. Lula Tharpe honor of Dr. Mary McCloud Women invite you to attend ,l'

for the double ring cere- and Mrs. Gladys Jones, all of Bethune, Sunday, July 7, at 11 third First Annual Sea:1:.

STUFF AND SUCH: Former MiamIan Norris Fisher down mony. Organ music was playedby New York; Mr.and Mrs. Amos a.m. at New Covenant Church, son's Garden Party, Sunday,
from Elmhurst NY and a weekend hop to Nassau Before returning Mrs. Althea Roberts, with I Jackson and Mrs. Florine at NW 12th Ave and 43rd St. June 30-4 p.m. at the home ,

here to settle until sometime In July.He's houseguesting solos sung by Miss Joan Storr. Moody and children of Bruns- Rev. Bruce Robinson, pastor. of Mr. and Mrs.John, Bark- ';

with his sister Julia Barnett. . The Lawrence (Queen) The bride was given in mar- wick, Georgia. During the services instal- ley, 3095 NW 52nd St. Please ""
Halls celebrating their 15th June 29. .. Miamians In Key West riage by her father. The bride lation of new officers of the attend.
Antlers was beautifully attired in a After a brief stay at Holiday National Council of
attending Temple (No. 39)) of Elks excursion Included Negro Women -
Vera Wilson, Kenneth Jones, The Eugene(fona)Smiths, Anna floor length gown of silk organza Inn, Miami Beach, the couple will be held. The publicis Mrs. Carnetta Glenn,presl- "
Evans-McPhee and daughter Sheila, Henrietta Sweeting and over Peau de SOi, the will reside in Opa-locka. Invited. dent. (
empire bodice of alencon lace
grand-daughter Anna-Grace Sweeting. j
lengthened into fitted sleevesat .. . .

SWEETS ,TREATS: Metro mayor. Chuck HalL, in this corner's of the silk wrist.organza A detachable enhanced,train with !::!!ifi iiiiiigiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiii; ; iiiiiiiijiWjijiiij@iiiiijjifi@jiiiji;; ; ; iiiiiilijiji jiiijiHijjiimij\ijjiiiiiii;; ( ; \; iKijjijii1\ \ \ 'Ji'Ji1it1i

opinion rates hurrahs and
hallelujahs I Iiiiiim
eight bows extended down the The Tailor
King 11tl
for the common touch label he struts while I
middle. Her veil was made
serving Dade County's citizenry. The dap- from a bow of peau de soil The PRESENTS ::1:111:;; I ,;

per special and astute type of public treatment official to his administers long list of'clients' a bridal carnations.The bouquet. was of white !iii!! THE KING'S MEN lil jll

that the
-- one portrays suaveness
that is so symbolic of our handsome mayor. bride's maid sister of Miss honor Priscilla was the 1st .:
iiii Annual Show
Style
fiiiiii
We've seen the gentleman in action on sev- Tresvant. Her attendantswere I
eral occasions. We've watched him "carrythe
ball." We've applauded his every effort.A : Mrs. Virginia Martin, :::;1 1;;1::
Miss Millicent Nixonand Miss w & Dance I
Christell Maycock.
CHARACTERISTIC of Hizzoner that cannot be duplicatedby M
others in the game is that his method of accomplishment, They were lovely in a pri- 1mm1 THE PREMIERE SHOWING OF THE LATEST IN MEN'S FASHIONS mmi

his manner and deftness In crossing the goal line, is big league cot crepe floor length gowns, :.:.:.:. :.:.:.:.
stuff. He does not feint, shift nor sidestep an opponent. Hard with an empire bodice trim 1 t 1 LORY'S DRESS SHOP ::m

running and fair play are his attributes and these have pro- med in white lace. Their veils ::;;::;: USHERETTESMODELING :::1:::::
of the
pelled him to victory. Chuck Hall is destined for an indefinite all were carried same tinted color. They ::1i:1::: THE LATEST !t:::::::

reign upon the threshold of greatness -- where he perches so chrysanthemums.The apricot :::::;:: IN WOMEN'S FASHIONS ::::::::

majestically. The mantle he wears can be his for a long, long I
flower 1} *
girls were 1 tI\\\
time. And if perchance he decides to seek a voyage into the Wanda niece I
Alston of the t
far-away Blue Yonder, we are most certain his efforts wouldbe :::::::: STAGE STUDIOS :::::::
bride, and T wan Roberts. ::::
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Justly and richly rewarded...That's It brother from PRESENTS ::
your They were cunning in dressesof :::::::: t::::."
one-man-newspaper, who knows everybody and everybody's :;:::::: FIRST CHILDREN'S t::::::
white in
trimmed
racket, but who has decided to take a brief vacation from his organza j:::: BALLET & REVUE i
lace. The bearer was ii
typewriter and who won't be back In this corner 'til then. ring *
Brendon K. Clark, who was M %

SALT WATER TAFFY: Winifred Gabriel's daughter Dorren i attired in a white suit with :::::::: GORGEOUS WIGS @:::;:;:

and her hubby Staff Sergeant Robert Bugohy of USAF will spend black knee length socks. :::;:::: BY MR. WALTERS ,:::::::: 1 J,

the next four annums In Madrid Spain where he's stationed . MacArthur McKinney was @
After five years stationed in Key West aboard the USS Bar- best man; ushers were James 1it11 BRYANT CLYDE CHARLES MANY GUEST STARS t Wii111m1m !
Brown Walter Tresvant and
racuda TMSS (Torpedo Men First Class Submarine Servce) 'iI1i1
Albert Tresvant Jr. brothersof
John H. Pelps leaves for Charleston SC where Hill be stationed ,
for 17 months . The Herbert Jones' (she's Gladys ( the bride. They wre hand- m m EXTRAORDINARY ATTRACTION 1tm''
somely dressed in black tu --
Helld) planed In from Gay Gotham to attend the graduation .1
festivities of their daughter Priscilla from Northwestern.I(dos.The [ f BIG INDIA WEDDING r11imJ !!
bride's mother Mrs.
Gladys witnessed Priscilla's cap and gown graduation and Herbert ii11 111
MIAMI'S FIRST LOOK AT A GURU-NEHRU WEDDING
Virginia Tresvant was lavishin .. .. ...
escorted her down the aisle as a debutante. .... -:.. .
a light pink dress covered :;:;:::; IN LIVING COLOR :;:::;:;

THE WEEK'S WASH: Smiling Eddie Pittman still trying to with of lace pea;green.her accessorieswere Her grand- i1 i1m THE HOW .OF THE YEAR!!! 1f i iililii

that license for his 79th street Eddie's Dive-
get liquor pub mother
Mrs. Priscilla Wil-
Inn . The deceased James Barnes daughter Linda expecting kinson
wore a coat dress of ililii IIII
her second . The Henry (Bozie) Johnsons Jr. (she's j blue lace and matching acces BAYFRONT AUDITORIUMSunday
Dorothy) are infantlcipatlng No.3. Their first two are boys .
'sories. ;::::;: ::::;:;: ,
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Mae to cuddle her first Blessed
. Ruby Haynes expects
Mrs. Elizabeth Carey, :::::;:; June 30-6 P.M. 'F'Admission / ::::::::
Event any day now . .The Jimmie Lee (Willien) Sessions are .;'
I grandmother of the groom, :;1=1:1:: ', l::;:
sometime this week
arrive
looking for that young'un to -- Just
also wore a dress of blue with :::;:::: : $2.00 :::::;:;
as eagerly as you are looking to read about it here.. \matching accessories.The '.
:imm 1 j 1j
wedding was directed by | DOOR PRIZES B.Y.O.B
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1 Amelia Shavers' freak accident In god Mrs. ..
SCRATCH MY BACK: | 1st Pants the Tailor .
:::: by King ::
.... the TailorLory's ..:..:...:.:.
netted her and lef'lnjury Aurlenta Ware Nixon. The reception ::: King
last Thursday an arm '2nd
Walgreen's :>: Dress by Lory s
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that bedded her at home ....John Henry Lewis in Mount Sinai < was held at the Police :::::;!: 3rd Wig by Mr. Walttrs and More Shop :::::::
hosp . Mrs. William Alonzo (Helen) Jackson (he's the City 1 Benevolent Hall at Opa-locka. ::;::.: Leon the Tailor :::;:.:.
of Miami patrolman) visiting her home in Eustls .. Billy The bride and groom were ::::1|:;: Dance to the Music of a Top Orchestra North Travel Bureau. :;;:::;

Saunders down from Boston. ..John Carey and Clotilda Ash's daughter Darlene Carey middle-aisle-treked with Marine I She wore an A-line shift '
Corps Staff/Sgt Henry Ash Jr June,8 In Key West. i dress of white lace. and a green i jt 1 1H1 11H1 1 11 l t i1 1111 11 111 1 i; 1111111i1i111ii111ii1i11111i i1i11ii1i1iii11ii1iiiiiii1i111iiii1i1ii11i1iiiimim1i1i; ;;;;;:;;; ; 11i1i1i1imiiiii1ii1; 1 i i11 i i1i i m l,

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NEW YORK CITY. The -- are revealed exclusively In in a black community ma- ordination of activities; New
t;; 1 new National Association of the new issue of Education terals of instruction, the York, communications; student -
j Afro-A m e r I caD Educators News, the biweekly magazine black student, the black edu- relations, Fisk University Me Donald'sSale
I : (NAAE) has set black control about what's happening in,and cator and higher education Nashville; Pbiladeli11a
: of black schools as its goal.A to, A mer I c a's schools.- According to the magazine, curriculum studies; and a fifth
first priority will be attract though newsmen were barred the NAAE operations are now to the spokesman. -
Negro members away from from all sessions of the four- divided among five regional city not known
national teacher groups like day conference, an NAAE centers: Chicago, general co- TRIPLE
the National Education Association spokesman Informed Educa-
and the American Federation tion News of major develop
of Teachers. ments at the meetings. THICKSHAKES
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I Details of planning by the Delegates tothefounding
NAAE -- formed closed sessions: Muhammad All. HAS AFRANK NilBEil/
f .. sessions this month in Chicago Conference workshops treat-
.;' by some 800 Negro teachers ed such topics as: "blacken
/. and professors from 37 states ing" the curriculum,schools WILLIAMS' COMPANY

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'S By Regina M. Davis visit the girls will be exposedto ,". .: RAY CHARLES'
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Panorama Girl Scout troop knowledge and skills of the I ,)r 4.; LEAD SINGER \ REG. 25
409 under the leadership of Western Hemisphere.They MARGIEHEHDRIX II $
Miss Elizabeth M. Jones will will be able to explore paths
sponsor a Fashion Tea on Sunday from the old world to the new. ..
\ afternoon,June 30.The affair -
As Girl Scouts who will be
will be held at Bonded serving among the lD.1.Dylead- (Lady Genius of Soul)
Rental Agency, 4150 NW 7th ers of tomorrow, this trip will AND AN 3325 N.W. 79th
Ave., time 3-5 p.m. Membersof certainly widen many horizons
the troop will model clothes and better prepare us to accept All Star
from Lor y's Fashion Shop. our many challenges. Show Street Only
Miss Dee Dee Lawrence asst. Please make this dream become -
manager and fashion coordinator a reality for the thirty MARGE 2 SHOWS NIGHTLY WITH
for Lory's will be the members of our troop,by purchasing LITTLE BEAVER Just west of Northside Shopping Center
Mistress of Ceremonies. tickets from the girls THIS WEEKEND:
( In keeping with the troop's and attending our Fashion Tea. SUNDAY, JUNE 30 LOUIE HOWARDROCKETEERS Sat., Jill 29
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year The members of the Community -
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show has been designed to help gracious hostesses for the tea KNIGHT BEAT !n
the girls of troop 409 widen portion of our program.Door DANCERSBOBBY
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r 50 Join FMC '; .A.oill'. .To= Dayman's Civil Stnric Btml : I


Advisory BoardAn Secretary Florida Conference Chairman, Community Coor-

appeal by Archbishop Rev. Rogers P. Fair,Chaplain ,, the Methodist Church; dinating Council the Order of I
o Coleman F, Carroll to business of BethuneCookmanCollege Westside Business and Professional the Elks of the World;the Masonic '
men in Dade County to was appointed to the Daytona Organization; Order., ",
0 Memorial Beach Civil Service .
support Florida
Board Wednesday by the City
College by Joining the College
11 11 it0 Advisory Board, resulted In Commission to replace .
whose term
Charles Brown
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BY DAVE BONDU the addition of fifty responses., e ot ti
expired last week.
II ,-" ._'- Th e Archbishop was:joined
by Rabbi Irving Lel1rntUIfliist '" \..
Those of you who have not attended any of the "Stars Over president of the Greater f Mf ,

Miami" amateur talent contests don't know what you're missing Miami Rabbinical Association .. ,, j"
Approximately 2,000 showed up at Manor,Park Friday and Reverend Edward T,Graham .
night to hear The Blue Notes
and amateurs from Browns- Chairman of the College
ville and Liberty City auditions and it was very good. Willie ,Board of Trustees and pastor '..
Thomas, Dorothy Royal, and Janet King were the winners, !and of the Mount Zion Baptist
Johnnie Johnson won honorable mention. Church

On Monday night at Virrick park, Steve Gibsonand them$ &' Among the business men
Caps with Wynona Carr led the way for winners, Sir Winston11
who did respond are Raymond
Scott and Company which includes the Sensations; Charlotte. .
Tonks President of the Aero-
Teague and Walter Parks, a singing duo; and the Dynamics. 1
dex Theo-
George
Company
;
Shirley Ryles won honorable mention.
bold Florida Processing
Wednesday night of this week found the show at Dixie park ,
Company Eugene E. Mori,
with guest stars Teddy Washington andtheSevenSoul Searchers -
Owner of the Hialeah Race
and Margie Hendricks with the Original Drlfers.As spec- \
Track Larry Singer, Chair-
ial, special star was boxing champion Jimmy Ellis Every man of; the Board, Royal Cas- Rev. Fair is believed to be 'I
Tuesday is audition day at B. T. Washington, G. W. Carver, tle, and David Porvin, hotel the first Negro ever to be appointed .- i.
Brownsville and Northwestern from 4 to 6:30 If '
Jr. Sr., : p.m. to the 25 year old
you have talent and are between 9-18 go and audition, for these owner. board. His term expiredinJune 0110 In i l ilJlr 3 z

big weekly shows. You'will get a chance at an appearance on Florida Memorial College 1972. Iff oJ, \,' : . ', '.I '
WTHS-TV, Channel 2 on Thursday nights . at the finals to I ,opens its doors this September ;)1.1:'" , :"\e'; fl.'
be held in the Miami Stadium August 24,and at the allexpensetrip with over 1000 students Rev. Fair received the B.A. r ''z.:, ,,: i. .
to New York for an audition for the Ted Mack Amateur upon relocation from St. Augustine Degree, Clark College, At- ..;'r.t''';

Hour. I know our town is loaded with good talent, and we are I, where it has been in lanta, Georgia; Theological d',.

trying to find it. So many of our big business leaders, our en- operation for the past 76o Training, Gammon Theological {, "

tertainment leaders, and our City fathers are working hard t I, years. Seminary; M. A.Degree in ;:'aVtOUTSTANDING '
make this program a success.Get on the bandwagon, and let's Sociology; Atlanta University; f._ ,
see our neighbors and friends at the free shows to support Dan forth Foundation Scholar-
these youngsters in their endeavors. They win by your applause t ,It , ships for special studies;

See you Friday at Manor Park; Monday VirrickParkand .. Sarah Lawrence College, "
Wednesday at Dixie? .iPt r 1957; Pennsylvania State University -

1 J Ji 1959; OXfordUnivers-
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Mrs. Marion Hannah ity, Oxford, England, 1958; r
!r \i::.,.:, \ Studies on World Peace and i

BOY OF THE WEEK: Tyrone BraddyVIP :'fII; General Welfare, 1965. .

l'PRETTY Rev. Fair is a member of the
OF THE WEEK: Jerry Jackson N
Daytona Beach Area! Chamberof

MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Mrs. Bea Taylor Commerce; Treasurer, NEWSBOYS
Project J UPGRADE (Volusia
Among the Miami Times outstanding newsboys are:
One day last week, I had' the occasion visit Roosevelt Sav- County's CAP); Interracial David Foil, left and Sandrew Martin, right.A .
ings and Loan, and found that if you are doing business there .t Advisory Board, City of Day- student at Dorsey Junior High, David lives at
and'have to go to the rest room, you are told by a policemanthat tona Beach; President, Social 1305 NW 65th Terrace with parents, Mr.,and Mrs. Thorner .'
the restrooms are not for the public. So what do you do? Engineers; Inc.; Financial Fail. He is 13 years old and has sold papers forthe '

{ Hell, evena gas station has a bathroom for you to use. We realize Times for more than three, years. ,'l\
., that everybody whq goes to a:bank or business does not RECEIYESiJURIS_ Doctor'DegVee; will spend one Sandrew is the 1 I-yeor-o/d/ 'son t of Mr. and Mrs.

have to use a rest room while transacting their affairs, but in DEGREEMr. year in a community lawyer Sandy Martin of 6700 NW 10th Avenue 'and attended Ii

my opinion, any business that depends on the public for its and Mrs.Wilkie D. Fer. fellowship program.He will be Holmes Elementary. Sandrew sells over 180 papers
livelihood should make arrangements- whether or not it is re- guson, Sr. Journeyed to Wash, assigned to the MiamiEconomic weekly. '
quired by law for their customers to powder their noses. Any ington, D. C. for their son'!s Opportunity Legal Ser- Both boys are known for their businesslike attitudes -
place I do business will at least have the facilities there for graduation from Howard University . vices Office, after a one month and perserverance in handling the Times These ;
me if I never use it.I f it had not been for the fine young teller School of Law.Wilkie seminar at the University of are just a few of the traits necessary before one can be

there who Just happen to know me, I would have been in trouble, Jr., who received the Jurii:s! Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. added to the Miami Times list of outstanding newsboys.
and Fm a big boy now. Suppose it was you, and he didn't know I'
you? ? ? Need I say more? -


i QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: I like the hand bills put out Getting music to sound right in a ,::
by the Satellite for their Moonlight Cruise Sunday, June 30. '

They say, "don't miss the boat" . Come sail with me. This studio isa matter of getting a ;;j ;! ,. S
boat ride is an annual success and is sponsored by the Dukes .

Social Club. The Satellite Trio is playing for your dancing and perfect balance of elements ." $: "I"I: ': '

listening pleasure and the boat leaves Pier Sat 8 p.m. Cost Is "; "*: \ ,'"j" \. : ' .,'", ,1"
$2.50 per person,and you're sure to have a ball . Butterballis ',' : '
having a picnic for the Underprivileged children's'society WThe same thing I expect, applies : .

of Goulds Sunday at Virginia Key from 11 to dark. ,Come on
,folks and help "Butter" make this day a day the kids can re- to getting a great gin..a perfect \ '< ,. 'f--:

member. Go out and take some ribs and stuff . The big 16 ';'1 l "
elements..drynessflavor *
balance of ,: : !*"W" '' '.'*'
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Tuesday nights. It is really shaping up and getting new music the works. That's what I find in : :" ::;:':':N : .

under it's belt. Watch out for them . Such happy faces returning ::' ',
from "Lend-A-Hand" camp. I hope you gave to help Gordon's Gin. ,, :
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week. Till the next LIVE LIFE EVERY GOLDEN Roy Eaton, Composer Pianist; international recitalist recording artist for Mace Records. '
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It's not too late to sign up for. 1P.

I TheHappening I recreational and non-credit

educational programs at area .
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EShappy schools. ,
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I. Classes ranging from arts j

and crafts to yoga are held both

and night."Schools (
I day
By Garth C. Reeves, Jr. j are equipped to of- (

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1:, a" fer even more courses according -
; : to the interests of the )
Summit Hotel
> 51 St. and LexingtonNew people in the neighborhoods," I .

said Louis J. Tasse, supervisor -
York, New York j'TC JY
k of Dad e' s 20 cOI1.munltyschools.

I
HI Kids,
The 20 community schoolsfor

i It's a summer in the city and seems as if all of the happenings youth and adults include:. -

are around me. The setting is the National Newspaper Allapattah, Brownsville, Hazel Symonette, a Central
I
Publishers Association's.NNPA)Annual convention,this year George Washington Carver, State University senior from

here in New York City, at the Summit Hotel on the fashionableeast Henry Filer, Ida Fisher, J. F. New York City, has been
Madison Ada Mer-
Kennedy, ,
side. awarded a renewable $5,000
ritt, Norland, Ponce de Leon,
My father, Big Garth,sister, Rachel,and friend Gary Range, South Miami, and Booker T. Danforth Foundation grant to
arrived on the evening of the 19th and ever since have been Washington junior highs; study for a master's degree In

following a straight schedule of programs, sessions, luncheons Florida City, Madie Ives,A. L. psychology at the Universityof

dinners, and of course, swinging parties. (There's a Lewis, Merrick, R. R. Moton, Wisconsin, according to W,
great deal of fun in this too.) Naranja, and Treasure Island ,'Sherman Jackson of the His-

The publishers have had the pleasant opportunity of being ( elementary schools; and Pri- tory Department. She will enroll

addressed by four presidential candidates. Visiting the hotel mary School C.Recreational. at the Madison campus in

we bad democratic candidates Hubert H. Humphrey andSena- activities at September

tor Eugene McCarthy. From the republicans we had former I the 177 Dade schools include: Miss SY lonnettets cumulative

Vice-President Richard Nixon. The excitement of the secret music, typing, reading Improvement -- averaj'9 of 3.7 was well

service men was overwhelming. On Saturday morning the en- driver education,. above the standard of 3.3 established .
tire convention motored to ConneticuttandheardNew York by University of
up
Sod Stitw tit Week art, library, speech, indus-
of
i Governor Nelson Rockerfeller, whose speech proved him to be I Wisconsin officials due to an
trial arts home economics
,
quite liberal, at the home of famed baseball star Jackie Robinson Increase in the number of applicants
Our Soul Sister of the Week is Linda Diane Atkins, language development, and
The conventioners were served brunch at the Robinson'sluxurious I for Danforth Grantsat
the niece of Mr. and Mrs.Samuel Fuller. Linda will bea laboratory science.
estate. This event formally closed the conventionand the school this year.
senior at Miami Northwestern next year.Her hobbies
finally it is vacation time. In addition to
achieving academic
are sewing and reading. After high school Linda would
This the convention was hosted by publisher Kenneth AT excellence Miss .
SCHOOL
year like to major in Drama and Fashion Designing.Little I SUMMER Syml')
Dren of the Queens Voice and his charming wife. Oh yes, and nette also reigned this past

'; their three lovely daughters, Carol, Donna and Paula. t DOUGLAS year as Miss Central State

i They occupied the Executive Suit on the 11th floor of the 'T' ELEMENTARYParents University I and served as

Summit which became the partying grounds for the kids of the hostess for the university at

convention. of children in the all official campus affairs

Several members brought their children along,among them ladie's Day Douglas- Elementary School
i Mr. and Mrs. Longworth Quinn of the Detroit, M f ch Igan area are reminded that there
had their two daughters Cynthia and Al- are still openings in the sum-
', Chronicle, lovely Liberty City Child Oppor- (Manor Park Child Opp. Cen- Stars Over
meria; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sweets of the St. Louis American, tunity Center presented "Lit- ter); thid place Myra Robin- mer school program for pupils

had their son Fred Jr.; Mr. Carlton Goodlett of the San Fran- ,tle Ladies' Day" on Friday, son and Thomas Clayton (escort in grades one through six. En- Miami Contest
Cisco had with him his son and of children to take
Sun-Reporter, along Garry courage your
June 7 from 9 11:30 a.m., ) room 7.
course the pretty hospital Drew daughters. advantage of the extra help in
in the C en t e r''s Conferenceroom. First place six olds Attracts 3OOMiami's
Oh, I almost forgot, as a group the first night of the conven- year reading arithmetic. Field-
tion we visited Columbia studios and saw the screening of a Christine Kennedy, room4; trips and recreation are also
First second and third
second place Lisa Stars over Miami
Wright
new movie to be shortly released called Arzio, starring Robert included in the summer pro-
place winners were chosen in room 1 third place Karetha contest attracted close to
Mitchum and Peter Falk. The fellows will love this movie. And ; gram. Classes continue until
each age group, by two Metro Times room 4. to Coconut
3,000 persons
Saturday night we went to Broadway's St. James Theatre and Recreation Dept., Judges. 12:30: dally
Grove's Virrick park Monday
saw "Hello Dolly' starring Pearl Bailey and Cab Galloway. .(Diana M. Craft,and Miry: Ann After winners were Don't delay! Send your child night to watch amateur musicians -

New York has a line of good movies, presently appearing Reid). All of the "Little chosen, remarks: were made today to Douglas Elementary and vie for a spoton
among them Rosemary's Baby, a very good movie, somewhaton Ladies" were adorable.(Also, by Mildred Dean, acting DI- School, 314 NW 12th Street. singers
the Ted Mack Amateur
the style Hitchcock,however directedby Roman Polanski; ;our two little men). rector of Liberty City COC, Mrs. Dorothy Wiggins Ad- ;
Burton and Lizs' flick- Boom and a movie called Thereseand Hour.
new Prizes were given as follows and Rudy Williams, Project side, principal.
Isabel, that ought to be a good one. : Director of the Child Oppor-

,,; This is my first newspaper convention and aloig with the excitement First place Reesa Ruff and tunity Program.We The Fabulous Sensations, a

1 of the big city, r m sur e this will be a long remem- Larry Williams (escort)room Baseball Grand vocal group and the Sir Wins-

... bered summer. No. 8. wish to thank all persons ton Scott Band joined forces

; We are renting a car and driving to Philadelphia for a couple First place four year olds, accepting our invitations to SlamCompetition and won first place followed by

A of days, then on to Washington,D.C. for three days before fly- Tonya Jones, room 3; second join us, and cooperated and singers Charlotte Teague and

ing home on Sunday.See place Angelia Carson, room assisted in making this eventa ;Walter Parks Duo. The Dy-

3; third place Melanie Thurs- memorable and successfulone namics, another singing

you soon, ton, room 2. for our center. Baseball Grand Slam is I group, captured third place in

Garth First place five year olds, Sponsors Willie B.Williams coming to Dade County for all 'the contest.

Happy birthday greetings toDelone Bowe,Joann Miller, Lof- Ceressia Cole, room 6; sec- Ruby Higgins, and Minnie L, boys 8-13. This exciting
ton Moncur and Ralph Murray. ond place GwendolynRobinson Brewton. sports competition involves REGISTRATION,

Manor Park was the setting of the swinging talent show last three basic skills;baserunnin, CONTINUESAT

Friday evening. Those of you who missed itcan'be sure to bP throwing and batting (off a tee) DORSEY

on the scene at Dixie Park, this Friday evening at 7:30 in Thrice Postponed Showmobile for distance. Every contestant Registration at Dorsey Junior -
Downtown Miami. has an excellent chance to j High School will remain

win an award, ranging from Scheduled For June 28 certificates to a trip, with one i that 7th graders may en-

I THIRD ANNUAL CALENDAR FESTIVALMagic parent, to the zone or national ;roll and make up time lost dur-

Metropolitan Dade County's Since the program is outdoors finals. The zone finals will be i ing the educationalcrisis.

Star Class No. 503 to have such wonderful first "Showmobile Opera," < it is suggested that held at the Atlanta Stadium, ;Parents are urged to enroll

Juveniles of Greater Miami juniors and juveniles. postponed three times during i those attending bring pillows Atlanta on August 10. The national i their children this week.

Temple No. 769 is sponsoringits the recent rainstorms, has Third Annual Calendar Summer Music |been rescheduled for 7:45 [ more comfortable. be announced later. Summer school Is not restricted -

Festival on Sunday, June 30, p.m.. Friday, June 28.at Olin- to 7th graders, how-

at 4 p.m. at the James E.Scott At DrewThe da 51st Park, N. W. 22nd Ave. In the tI b e n t of inclement The Metropolitan Dade ever. All pupils may attend for
Terrace.
Community Center on NW 7th weather the County park and Recreation make-up work or for improve
summer music pro- Scenes from: Johan program will be
Department
is ment.
Avenue. at Charles held indoors, at Brownsville cosponsoring
gram R.Drew Junior Strauss' popular operetta
Two we had one Baseball Grand Slam in this
years ago, High School has begun witha "Die FIe d e r m a us" (also 1 Junior High School, 4899 NW area in A special course in readingIs
of our juniors, T. H. Edmonson 24th cooperation with a National -
tremendous burst of enthusiasm Ave., three blocks from following
known as "The Bat") will be offered In addition to the
to from North- razor blade
western graduate High School and we by students and teachers. presented in English by the the Olinda Park outdoor site. Center Director manufacturer of- basic and enrichmentcourses
Drew has a wide ranging Opera Guild of Greater Miamiin Mathematics -
to Coral Estates English,
were proud give him one park, Mitchell :
fourth of his tuition to Miami program covering the Music cooperation with Mayor Opera Guild artists featured Jacoby, is contest director for Social Studies,
Dade Junior College. He has Lab, Band, Orchestra and Chuck Hall and the Dade in "Die Fledermaus" include the area's competition.Free Science, Art, Shop and LIbrary -

now graduated and is joiningthe Chorus. There is a special County Park and Recreation Ruth Raffo, Barbara i improvement.
Music Lab workshop for mus- Department Gladsden, FloraLerman
Air Force. entry blanks are available
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This year, we have two ic teachers, a string development The program is open to the Joseph Papa, Edmund Cava,, at all local recreation
program for younger pupils public free of charge. and Daniel Green. In
centers
graduates Carol Wright from special 1 boys'clubs is
youth GrandSlam
,
5 years and over,elemen- The Opera Guild cast of 30 solo appearances are Joan baseball tive of Baseball
Miami Jackson and Jimmie leagues throughout baseball
Gaines from Northwestern. tary theory for singers an 1"1D--: will perform from Dade Coun- Storr, Margaret BOYdston July 13 at all local baseballand to teach and develop fitness
strumentalists, a'dance band, ;ty's new."Show mobile," a Claudia Klug, and Reed Williams softball skills, promote physical
will receive their fields
graduation
They throughout
a marching band, and piano. portable self-contained unit Accompanist at the Dade Instill good sportsmanship
gifts from the Magic County in case of rain with a
There will also be with piano will be and provide fun
recitals by equipped a 35-foot stage, Dr. Paul Csonka contest
Star class on our Annual Cal- will be held the follow- activitY.For .
N students, faculty, and local hydraulic canopy lift, fluores- associate conductor of the ing Saturday. purpose for summer
endar Festival 30th.
June information
on
artists during the summer cent lighting, and sound sys- Opera Guild Chorus also will further
The Magic Star class,along school session. tem. participate. Contest director, Mitchell please call Mitchell Jacoby at
with their senior mother Is Jacoby, stated that the objec- 2261622.





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'Robert H.Simms, Executive "Stars Over Miami" will telecasts for the Youth Opportunity and is a teacher in the Dade will re'broadcast; the audio gest Jobs the Youth Opportunity -
Director of the Dade County feature young people chosenin Program would"be County Schools. portion of the Channel 2 pro- Program must do is establish '
Community Relations Board, the three weekly talent coordinated,by Bee Baxter who Mrs. Baxter said that the grams nightly from 10;30 to communication not only
announced this week that shows sponsored by the Stars previously served as Channel2's programming would be arranged -: 11:00 o'clock. among the youth of our com-
Dade's Youth Opportunity Over Miami Talent Committeeof Director of Developmentand to provide an opportunity The station is installing a munity but with the general
Program would utilize the medium which Garth Reeves,Editor is now active in advertis- for as many young peopleas special line to pick up the audio population as well. This con-
of television during July Miami Times and Harry Bot- ing in Miami. She has taken a possible to participate in portion of the sound track for tinuing television exposure is
and August to tell a running wick of FlorldaState Theatres leave of absence from her Job all phases of planning,writing, re-broadcast. A number of local going to help establish the kind
story of Its activities In this are co-chairmen. to work with the Community production and presentation. disc Jockeys have also volunteered of dialogue we need to make
area. Telecasts will cover Youth Relations Board duringthe Commercial television and their services for everyone in Dade County concerned -
Simms, who Is county coor- Opportunity Program recrea- summer. radio stations In Miami are live and recorded telecasts.In with the urgency ofthe
dinator for the Dade program tional events as well as Job opportunities Mrs. Baxter will be aided by cooperating with material and making the announcementof Program and the ways In whichwe
disclosed that the Community and training. Sylvia Rolle, who served in the manpower, accordig to Mrs.* the television series, are striving to meet our
Television Foundation would Simms announced that the Vestibule Training program Baxter. Radio Station WMBM Simms said, "One of the big- goals."
provide the time period from
7:00 to 7:30 p.m. on Channel
2, nightly from Monday to Fri
day during July and August,for


Youth telecasts and Opportunity projects.The which will. Programnews feature :::,:. It's Twice-Time ',i. J


5-night-aweek name selected television for the ."y Y I i

program is "It's Our Bag." "
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Simms said the telecasts
would have a dual objective-- ,
to communicate to everyone In For twice the convenience

Dade County the activities ,
goals of the Youth Opportunity -

forum Program for the and youth to involved provide In a bring home two cartons of Coke

the program to communicatewith


The each format other.of the program .. in cans or one-ova bottles ; .

will Include regular daily and / gyigam'M' .'
weekly features plus special o r :r'".Iie .,
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segments. One of the regular .
features will be a nightly \ .)
"News In Black and White" ,
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which will provide program ...., ', .- \

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Its own youth editor-news- I I
caster. Cpe ,

There will also be discus- ;. _
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Negroes react to issues and T't' I .
events. "Jobs For Real" will b<.
be presented on Mondays together t '
with a Negro history
feature conducted by Dana

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TACOLCYTheAdvisory( s.
Community of Liberty City ." ',.. ', :.t./: 4 / I e
Youth) is a youth center which :" ry. r ;:
has moved to a new locationat
836 NW 62nd Street, under 74 1 -
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Henderson.the direction of Miss Frances i' .: "

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Belafonte Tacolcy Center is I

now an independent organization /' tI Y
working on its own funds. /
On June 23, Tacolcy had its Ft ./ ::
open house to Inform Interested :.;: ,)
persons and the public of Q.;,,' j.If1 . s,1 -
their needs of funds and equip -
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Tacolcy originated as a groupof / ; ,1 y'i L1 Al

youth who enjoyed doing .. / ,, ,
things together and helping .: < "" :: : ,
others. Tacolcy offers a pro-
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University of the Streets." : ;
This program attempts a new
Pfrs
approach to learning by dis- "
cussing things which the youthare /
Interested in. Organizedby
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versity of the Streets already
-have regular meetings 1J
"Black History and Culture;

Writers workshop,Recrea- .. ,' ' ": ''' ,: ..i':,.:: .
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and store management." ':. .. : '

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issued June 23,which was edi ', "., . ' ,,; : : : := :P,
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uel Sapp and Jerry Ruth.



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1 Negro Heads Xavier UniversityFor r: i; \1" '''''' ) h' ')"'' " "', 1

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the first time in Us unique Orleans, and he serves on the lleves,the, predominantly" Negro Sixty-two college and high ply,I maintenance management Spencer Pan Am personnel-- i) I Imw.ger '

history, the only predomi. Louisiana Commission on Human college has an Increasing.. school students, have gone to and administration, engineerIng ,- Miami; Frank Ty-
uni Rights and Responsibilities -: ly important role'to.play. He work at Pan American World and production control. son, director of the, Florida j
here is haying been appointed by cites,,the growing numbers of Airways tor: the summer Most of the youths are from State Employment Service: j
now beaded by a Ne- Governor John J. McKeithen. young people who are motivated months to climb the first rung Florida Atlantic -University Norman: Fisher, .Pan'Amsum- t

gro.Xavier Francis' memberships, in to seek a college education, in the ladder of the business Miami Dade Junior, Col- mer job project, manager;Rex 1
has University of Louisiana professional and community the need for more skilled world and earn 'money to finance lege, Northwestern High, Mi- Farebrother, superintendentof
had three presidents service organizations Iclude workers and the resultant decline further education.The ami Jackson High, Carol City Pan Amtr in ing,Miami, .
during its 42 years of operation various bar associations, of non-skilled jobs in to- youths, 51 boys and 11 High and Miami Springs High. and Rick Richardson,chief Instructor -
--all all Caucasians, aU religious NAACP ,and the National daY's technological world! as girls,, were recruited by the On the f r first day at work PanAmtrainlagMaiutenance. J
women: Catholic Conference Interracial reasons for bringing about airline as part of the summer Frank Cannon, Secretary of : .
Justice. maximum development of all Jobs program sponsored by the Equal ,Opportunity Pro- The students working for I
He Is associated with the law young people of potential.The ,JOBS MIAMI, local arm of the gram, told the youths: "Do a Pan Am in Miami are part of y
firm of Collins-Douglas-Eli son of Mr. and Mrs. National Alliance of Business- good Job this summer and the 250 youths the airline has pro "
and Is a stockholder Inthe Joseph Francis of Lafayette doors to opportunity will open yided with summer-time Jobs I

Saints, New Orleans' NFL La., the new university men.The students wilt ,work at wide to you In the future. It under the NAB program. J
Pr team. president is married t o the Pan Am in aircraft production won't be necessary for you to, Pan Am Vice President i 1)
The first layman appointed former Blanche Macdonald ground operations, sup- bang on them William F. Raven ischairmanof )
to thepresidency of Xavier The new emp loyees also the Metro-Miami National
University of Louisiana be-1 were briefed by Edward E. Alliance. of Businessmen.

LINORMAN MAN HELD IN MURDERMiami Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE t


police have arrested "'MR., JACK" LIFE INSURANCE J

Roosevelt Durden, 31, of 221 FOR ,
NW Seventh Ave., and chargedhim
ALL AGES
STYLES FOR
with,first-degree murderIn :Doesn't Cost It
PaysLast
The Very Late it in Menus Fashions ,
the death of Bufus Daniels,
40,_of 3154 NW 47th St. SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS

FRANCIS ITALIAN SHOES year life insurance benefit payments: in
. President
FOR RENT 944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI FLORIDA America amounted to more than $12,000,000000.00. ,-
The fourth president, named -- Private, entrance. Large 2 .
J this week by the board of bedroom, unfurnished apt.. L- - -
trustees of the New Orleans HUNTINGTON ARMS
Less than half 5200000000.99. for
86 NE 50th Terr. $30 wk. were
university, is Norman C. 7594174. Fr. hot water. ,ZIG.ZAGSEWING death
Francis, a Negro layman,who payments. $6,800,000,000.00 was
recieved his :undergraduate paid' to "Living Policyholders" in the form i

education at the university he of policy dividends, surrender values, disability -

now heads. rufiy MACHINES payments, mature endowments, and an-
Mother Mary David Youc*,
S.B.S., boardcbairman,statedin EMERSmlMm nuity payments.
announcing the appointmentthat
it represents the contin- ,
uation of LIFE INSURANCE DOESN'T COST IT: PAYS
a reorganization program e _
f Initiated three years ago 1tItCALLNOW
to create greater involvementof BUILD UP A SAVINGS
...
laymen in the administration THROUGH LIFE INSURANCE
of the university. 655=1564
"We must make full use of (
,available talent of both lay- I II EASY !

challenge men and religious of today's to meet education the- i8888ff .\.I' TERMS CENTRAL LIFE

the board chairman ,'i"It' BRAND NEW
,
said.Francis .. LIMITEO *1N Qc '1968' INSURANCE COMPANY,
OFFER P
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succeeds Sister ; PORTA9LESQdo I!
III Mils Stella,S.B.S., university . '
-1 president since 1965, who 1416 NORTH BOULEVARDTAMPA, FLA. 1 1

will remain Xavier,resum- I
DISTRICT OFFICES STATEWIDE I
ing her former role as director MODEL 11P50A WITH
of the Education Division,
traditionally a strong area of PRIVATE LISTENING I
the university. AC SEWING CENTER
EARPHONE .w. AVE.
The 37-year-old presidentIs
no newcomer to the admin-
$5.00 .
istration of the university, Call
which was established by the I
Sisters of th e Blessed Sacra- DOWNCall 2
CHARLESROGERS
lic ment educationtoDeepSouthNe-In 1925 to offer a Catho- DON'T WftriMJALL JOWIEHJOY


'gro youths denied admissionto I COLOR I TONIGHT I
area colleges.The first Ne- 751-5629
gro to graduate from the 'ki AT PL 1-7502
_
School of Law at Loyola Uni- NO CREDIT MGOLOR TV _
versity in New Orleans, In REQUIREDALSO FOR A GOOD BUY ON A

1955, Francis returned to Xavier PIANO, ORGANSCOTT
of Louisiana in 1957 to ORCHESTRA
STEREO OR
serve first as dean of men,
INSTRUMENTS.
then director of student per- :
sonnel, assistant to the presi- FURNITURE
dent and executive.vice presi- APPLIANCES
I
dent.
I
STEREOSW.T.
The new university presi-
dent has also played a major
oo.NWN
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role in expanding the univers 1

ity's program of study.Work- WELLS MP
ing with the Carnegie Cor- tA
Francis instru- COMPANY DELIVERS
poration, was + t

mental in thedevelopmentofaDepartment and 45 N. W. 54th Street NO WAITING FOR ; 4 I I
of Speech
; t CREDIT APPROVAL
+ I
Drama. From his association Miami, Florida 33127

with business, Industry and .s t
governmental agencies, iL
Francis encouraged the expansion :
of the Department of
Business Administration and
Model IN.VIEWAILI AREA
S'01-11S SCj.
SIur
Economics, which tripled its
enrollment In three years,becoming HAIR POMADE LOW DOWN PAYMENT
the university's largest I Keeps Hair
department. Near andWel'Groomed 1 I' aWE
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
Although Francis has repeatedly .
turned down offers A All Day
SEE YOUR FAVORITE PIKMIIS IN COLOR WIGHT!
for work outside the field of New Improved MURRAY'S Hair
education to remain at his kinky, hard-to-manage hair wondera AppliedIn on FREE HOME DEMONSTRATIONCALL SELL HAPPINESS
alma mater he has played a the morning, hair keep that just
combed look all day Satlaftctioo AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAYAt
vital role In community lead guaranteed GetMURRAY'S (. At II.. "...r..... .f H." ".s..th, ..aw.y
ership.He On late today. at +? CALL FR 3-3371 ONLY 13 MINUTU MOM ANYWHERE IN MIAMI
is currently serving on drug counters and cosmetIc everywhere 4 au.. o : TODAT CORNER N.W.54th ST. ft N.W 3rd AYE.
the New Orleans Civil Service aeajraAT Phone 751-7502

Commission, being the first URGE SIZE see P4u. s FLAGLER SALES CORP. Or 2010 Biscayne Blvd. FR 7.0401- Broward 2-5131
Negro to serve as a commis- SMALL SIZE 2SMonurs VEER DIUVUYANYWHWI IN U.S.A.

sioner In New Orleans. He Is SUPERIOR PRODUCTS ca.4M 696 W. FLAGLER ST.. ,IN rr.IAUOI ROAII 1 1 04 1.LAS OIAS HYB.M s-in* ,,:
a former president of the Urban Ctartattt Drtnrt, Mid. Itttl
League of Greater New, 1





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Training For Jobless Program


Round j .. .... Extended


Talk' BETHEL'A i .', Four demonstration train- vided for by Title V of the Economic -

P. ; ing programs which have been Opportunity Act, are to
BY JIMMY '"SCOOP" helping Florida's Jobless par increase enrollment to 844
ents and also mothers receiv- persons for training with 202,
Mid THE HAPPENINGS SUPREMES . The "Big No. 1968 ing welfare for their childrento in Broward, 222 in Dade, 207
y popularity survey based Election Day" shakeup . President Lyndon B. Johnson decided find and keep selfsupporting inHillsborough and 195in,
entirely on 'sales not to run for the United States to p job again . jobs have been extended Pinellas counties
SPECIAL! Your Choice/ of Top 3" 49 Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren resigned "TopSu- until December 31.
SPECIALIH' Ailums: < preme Court job" after 15 years Age 7'1.excuse, too old. ,Emmett S. Roberts, direc- hundred forty-six
Discount Prices
on All J. Edgar Hoover (FBI Boss) is older thanJustice Warren and
and Singles tor of F l o r i d a State Department persons successfully com-
very much out dated, but like he said,"They keep me hanging of Public Welfare, an pleted training in 1966 and
SPECIAL! Buy Three/ Albums; Get One Free! 11 I on" . Negro Senator Edward( W. Brook's daughter, Remi, nounced to representatives of 1967 and took gainful work in'
ANY ONE OF THE TOP THREE SOUL 19, (Massachusetts) became the bride of Donald Hasler(New the State Department of Education such positions as; licensed
SOUNDS.., Jersey) Saturday, June 22. (He's white) . NAACP Parley and Public Welfare practical 1 nurses, nurses'
started in Atlantic City, New Jersey Saturday,June 22, to decide meeting in Tami \that.a recently aides, auto mechanics, bar-
YOURS FOR ONLY 49C REPEAT ONLY 490 a responsible Civil rights movement to over- approved Federal grant bers, clerical workers, cos-
come slum problems. . Rev. A. D. Williams King(brotherof of $1,126,956 will permit the metologists, dental assistants -
1. Slip away Clarence Carter Martin L. King) has asked U. S. Justice Department to use training program to continuein inhalation therapists,
2. Grazin' in the grass Hugh Masekela all possible speed in getting the extradition of James Earl Ray Broward, Dade, Hills- teacher and kindergarten
3. Girls can't do what the Betty Wright (suspected killer of his: brother) and bringing him to trial in borough and Pinellas counties aides, laboratory aides and
guys do the Memphis, Tenn. courts in order to find out if there was a rather thantocloseasscheduled. radio-TV repairmen. The
CX yO conspiracy in the murder of Martin Luther King . Gun law average person'trained for
aimed against Negroes.(white man's greatest fear)"The arm. Plans for the program pro- about 10 months.
4. Lickin' stick James Brown ed black man." .Washington,D. C, "Resurrection City'
5. The house Cliff Nobles ..
one hell-of a mess. Unsanitary "toilets and garbage' everywhere -
6. Think you send me Aretha Franklin MIAMIANS AROUND U P AND DOWN. .. Mr. and Mrs. James
7. Yours until tomorrow Vivian Reed Evans, 740 Empire Blvd., Bklyn. celebrating their six anni-
8. Soul Limbo Booker T & The MG's TALK OF THE TOWN. .",Willis Jackson "Gator-tail" Big versary. The Evans' are formerly of West Palm Beach Fla.
9It should have been me Gladys Knight & Pips 111 Band at Count Basie's Harlem Loung . Sam and Dave- (she's the former Ella-Wise Mitchell of Wayne BoroGa.) He's
10. rve got to have you Fantastic Four vs-Aretha Franklin with a big Revue at the Madison Square the son of John and. Mary Evans of West Palms . Bilgen
11. Eleanor Rlgby / Ray Charles Garden, Saturday night June.29 ,1 King Coleman (former Curratis of 4915 Lajeune Rd., Coconut Grove arrived in New
understanding Miami Disc Jock' and M.:C.) partying and singing autographsat York and spent a day(Saturday)visiting with his cousin, Mrs.
12. United Peaches and Herb Harlem's 118 St. Playhouse Saturday night gone. . George Mildred Howkett, Bronx The Grady Winkfields celebrated -
13., I could never love Temptations Wilkerson still the No. 1 Socialite Miamian in New York. He their two kids "graduation from junior to high school" at '
another entertains at his fabulous Edgecombe Ave. Pad," serving the Rockland State Park. (kids are Grady Jr. and Deborah) his
14. Here comes the judge Pigmeat Markham best in Bahama foods, thus keeping most of the home boys to sister, Emily Winkfield also attended . Beatrice Edgerson
15. The power & the glory Benny Latimore gether. George speaks with one of those very distinct English (Opa-locka) was at the Yankee Stadium digging the fabulous
16. Here, comes da judge Shorty Long accents. James Brown show Saturday,night.
17. I got you babe Etta James TEEN TALK AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY Wllso Pic-
18. Face it girl, it's over Nancy Wilson kett's "She's Looking Good" dedicated to Christine Gibson,
19. You don't know what Sam & Dave is alter bound Office f the
SDA girl. (Chris soon).. o Mayor,
you mean to me y. Metropolitan Dade County Florida-Honorable Chuck Hall.
20. Give me one more Wilmer & The Dukes Thanks for a wonderful and gladly received letter in regardsto
chance (Fa-fa) Jimmy Jr. and war problems. With a James Brown hit,
21. You're losing me Barbara Lynn "Amerdia is My Home." Chuck Hall,"We All Love You Madly -
22. The look of love Aloha Burke I . "My Forever Came Today" (Diana Ross and the Su-
23. Save your love for me Bobby Bland premes) dedicated to pretty Miss Ethel GrIce on her return to
24. Think twice before you John Lee Hookergo Miami from a two week stay in New York Lloyd Price's
"Be Young, Be Foolish, Be Happy"to Emily Thompson, she's
25. Listen here Eddie Harris back in New York,said her week vacation in Miami was a stor-
26. Til never do you wrong Joe Tex my, but enjoyable one . This is Scoop Bethel saying. Time
27. Pro gonna do what they B. B. King and tide waits for no man. C-U-NX-WK.
do I BEATRICE EDGERSON DAVE
O. V. Wright
28. Oh,,baby mine Tammi !:
Marvin &
29. Ain't nothing like the '''''''!,J'1 :
real think 't :
30. I'm the midnight mover Wilson Pickett :: 4T &
Butler
31. Never gonna give you up Jerry
32. When do we go Billy Vera & Judy clay
33. Look over your C1 Jays

shoulder ...0R9ioF -
34. To love somebody Sweet Inspirations
35. The Doctor Mary Wells
36. Hitch it to the horse Fantastic Johnny C
37. Tennessee Waltz Johnny Jones iAEN
38. Amen/Hard to handle Otis Redding;
39. Stay in my corner Dells
40. Competition ain't Little Carl Carlton
nothin'

HOT NEW SOUL CITY SOUNDS...

Love is like a baseball Intruders

game "
Who will answer Hesitations FREDDIE MURRAY
Tve never found a girl Eddie Floyd FORMER MIAMIAN DIRECTS
House on the corner Don Covay SUMMER PROGRAMThe
Cry baby cry Van& CurtisFUNBELIEVABLE
NEW ALBUMSAT University of Virginiahas
begun a program this sum
SOUL CITY SOUNDS"Jr'pwm'
mer to train its unskilled em-
ployes to fill skilled and semi-
skilled jobs in the school and I
Medical center. JO
Jobs to be filled through the
new program will include
trades such as carpenter,
painter, mechanic and machinist i
; clerical occupations,
such as file clerk, keypunch
'
operator, and typist; labora-
tory technician and inhalation 4b
ster Now! No
therapist, and food service positions .
1 such as cook,baker and ScoR
snack bar manager. EACH TIME YOU VISIT THE

This program was set up under I
the direction of Freddie I I
Murray, a native Miamian, .
.It: who was at the University of
Virginia on leave from the
Richmond public system to
t ./ pursue a master's degree in
IR\ ..........J ,. counselor education.
rALLOF"THE RECORDS ON THIS SURVEY Murray, who has taught at
AT Baker Elementary School in 7 1 1
PRICES
LOW L
ARE YOURS AT Richmond for six years, will _ -I
SOUL CITY SOUNDS serve as special assistant for A UN
PHONE 151-4441 training in the UVa.personnel Name ,
STREET
1040 N.W. 54TH office He is a 1960 graduateof EH 1'R'f ..
OPEN NOON 'TIL 10 P.M..... Florida A & M University, ) Address 1B
and the son of Mr. and Mrs.. 1.'ANK dro
SEVEN DAY PER, WEEK Tom Murray of 1100 NW 56th Telephone ,

.. . " Street. -s. _. _-_. ._.__.. r.rnans.omr'rra ,
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I I Dade Enlarging SummerActivities 1fi 'iii i"G'eared To YouthV.v I

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;:::;: ballet, hikes and nature phone 238-4575) archery,
:ii:: geared to youth, Coconut Grove park(2820( Mc- Allapattah Jr. High ((1331 NW study, active games, and active games,ballet,baseball :::::::
:iii:: from toddlers to teens,will be Farlane Rd., Coconut Grove, 46th St., phone 634-9787)) horseshoes. Manor Park(1300NW bowling, ceramics. Pine Villa :::::::

::::::1 offered this summer at phone 445-4795)) active games active games, baton twirling, 50th St., phone 634-5791)) Elementary ((21799 SW llth ::::
; choral
(:iii-:: schools, churches, synago- sports. Coral Gables Sr.High chess and checkers, __ baseball league,golf,hand- Ct., Goulds, phone 247-5366)) 1:::

:::::: gues, and recreation centers (450 Bird Rd., Coral Gables, singing, fun night, gymnasticsand ball, shuffleboard, and active active games, hreshoes :::::::
::::::: throughout Dade County. phone 443-5281) basketball, music. A. L. Lewis Ele- Mays High ((11700 and fishing Richmond Park 1:1::;::

:::"::;: New programs, Including a charm classes, fun night,golf, mentary ((505 SW8th Street, Hainin games.Dr., Homestead, phone (14375 -Boggs Dr., phone 235- ::1:::!

iiiiii billiard league, siding classes modern dance, music, track Homestead, phone 247-3933)-and chec-) 247.1617)baseball) league, 4503)) ceramics, shuffleboard ::::;:;

;:::::: and ate I e vis ion show, and field. Curtis Park (1901 active games, chess basketball baton twirling, slimnastics, girls'I ;:::.
,
mi;: "It's Our Bag," have been added NW 24th Ave., phone 634-4961) kers, choral singing, fun night, bowling choral singing, sew- Softball, and tumbling. Rich ;:::;::.

i:::::: to scores of traditional active games, arts and gymnastics table tennis.Boy's fun, night, golf, modern mond Elementary (16929 SW ::::::::

!:::::: recreation programs. crafts, chess and checkers, ClubSouthwest(2805SW32nd ( dance ing, simnastics, and girls' 104th Ave., phone 238-5194)) :;:::
::::::: The Channel Two television and horseshoes. Dixie Park Ave., phone 446-9920)-) Softball., fishing and games. R. R. i::::::
and crafts
1iii:::: show, on Monday through Friday (401 NW 12th St., phone: 377- baseball, arts tours, Miami Dade North Jr. Col- Moton lementary ((18050 ::::::::

::::::: from 7 to 7:30 p.m. will 5568))-handball, weight lifting bowling swimming boat and, lege ((11380 NW 27th Ave., ph. Homestead Avenue, Perrine, ::t:
::::::: music, typing, trips
feature talent
and talk shows and active ph. 235-
games. Dorsey Club 685.4581)baseball) league, 3612)- cultural center ;:;:::;:
iiii:::: geared to youth. Park (1701 NW 1st Ave., ph. other sports. Boys'NW 14th basketball, choral singing, with table tennis, gymnas- :::::::'
:;;::::; A county-wide billiard lea- 377-5540)- baseball leagues, Northwest (10915 tics, baton, fencing, sewing ::::::
fencing, fun night, golf, gym- ;;
Ave. 7585753)arts)
phone
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,
:::: gue is being formed for boys games, and handball. and nastics judo, modern dance, judo, modern dance, music, ;:::::;
:iii::: 16 and over. Dally play will be Drew Elementary ((1775 NW crafts, swimming,sailing, simnastics, girls' softball, wrestling, choral singing, ;:;::::
field baseball
::::::; trips, leagues,
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held in
Opa-locka, Browns- 60th St., phone 691.802p- dramatics, and creative writ-
education tours and track and field. Miami Dade i t.;:
library
,
mm ville, Liberty City, Central band and sports. Edison Cen- .
South Jr. College (11011 SW ing.South :-::-:
:::::::: Miami, South Miami, Coconut ter Park (525 NW 62ndSt., ph. other sports. 104th St., phone 274-1211)- Miami Jr. High ((6750 ::::;::

:::::::; Grove, Perrlne, Goulds, and 757.7961)Handball andac- basketball choral singing, SW 60th St., phone 661-3481)) :j::i:
NW
:::: Homestead, Monday through tive Elizabeth Vlrrick Bunche Park (15727 ,
:::: games. -choral singingsewing ;:::
and track and field. :;;
:::::::: Saturday. For further information park ((3580 Day Ave., ph. 445- 22nd Ave., Opa-locka, phone fencing, '
gymnastics and table tennis :::
36th St. ::;
NW ,
Park ((765
:iii:: 624-5963)) ballet bowling, Moore ,
: : call Roderick Silva at 4798))- handball, weight lifting ,
and girls' so It t b a 11.Tacolcy :;:::;:
::: chess fishing gymnastics, phone 6357459)girls'softball ) -
::::: 377-5540. and sports. Florida City ,
Center
:iii::: hiking checkers, drum and active games, track and (6703 NWSeventn Ave., !:!{
For boys from 10 to 15 who park ((364 NW Sixth Ave., Fla. phone 377.8601)fable tennis
:::::::: are more at home onskUs then City, phone 247-4676)-gym-) bugle corps, shuffleboard, field. Naranja Elementary oTKliami- ;::::;:

iiiiim in the pool hall,a skiing course nastics, sewing, table tennis, table tennis and other sports. ((13990 SW 264th St., Naranja, University ;:;::::
:::::::: will be offered. For further Information chess and checkers and other Booker Washington Jr.High ph. 2476852)choral) sing- (Coral Gables, phone284- ::;::::

:::::::: call Roy Bates, ski- sports. Goulds Elementary 1200 NW Sixth Ave., phone ing, gymnastics, table tennis 2211)) enrichment program, ::;::::
choral and other sports. North DadeSr. music, soccer, football, track :::::::
11i:1i:: ing director at 6252178. (21300 SW 122nd Ave., phone 377-2536)) singing,
table tennis High ((1840 NW 157th St. and field. West Perrine park :::::;:
creative ,
I::::::;: Altogether the Youth Oppor- 238.2126)-active games. writing, ,
:::::::: tunity Summer Recreation Homestead Bayfront Park active games chess and phone 624-8415)-batontwir-) ((17121 SW 14thAve.( Perrine ::i:1::
:::: ling golf music archery ph. 235-2053))- fishing, golf, :::::;:
: ::i Program, composed of various (North Canal Dr., Homestead, 'checkers. Brownsville Jr. ,
!::::::; municipalities, county phone 247-1543) girls' softball High ((4899 NW 24th Ave, ph basketbalg, and fun night. hikes and nature study, shuffleboard :;:::::

iiii:::: school, college, religious and wrestling, and active 633-1481) girls' Softball, North Dade Regional Recrea- slimnastics, tumb- :;:::::
:::::::: business groups, will offer games. 'gymnastics, fun night, chess tion Center (Opa-locka Air- ling, girls' Softball. YWCA :::;::::

:::ii: summer fun for about 200,000 James E. Scott Recreation ;and checkers, active games, port, ph. 681-4741)) day camp ((5100 NW 21st Avenue, phone ::::::::

:::i: Dade youths. For most programs Center (7200 NW 22nd Ave., table tennis, and choral singing ing. Northwestern Sr. High 634.2651)ceramics) camp :::i:
Bucaneer Park (NW 29th (cultural center7007 NW 12 and charm. YMCA (5750 NW ::::::::
:::::::: there is no change. ph. 691.4261)-ballet) hikes
=::::::' Since schedules for the and n a t u regroups, bowling, !Street and 32nd Ave.) girls Ave., ph. 7545491)choral 15th Ave., phone 6960231)fi) ;:

::1::i' various classes andprograms shuffleboard, ceramics, fun ;Softball and sports.George singing, creative writing,dra- camping, creativ writing, ;:::::::

:::::::: depend on enrollment, contact night, golf, table tennis, gymnastics (Carver Washington Jr. High matics, fencing, modern choral singing, and fencing. ;:::::;::

::::::: neighborhood centers for tumbling, and active <(4901 Lincoln Rd., Coconut dance, music. YMHA-YWHA (8500SWEighth :::: i
':::::::: times and dates. games. J. R.E. Lewis Elemen- (Grove, ph. 444.7388)-band) Operation Happy Centers- St., phone 221.8000)non- ::;:::: \

i1mr Some of the programs include tary (6135 SW 66th St., phone 'baton twirling, active games, 6703 NW Seventh Ave.,930 NW denominational scholarship ;:::::;
:::::::' : 661-4711)) 'ceramics, choral singing, Second Ave., NW 62nd St. and program based on need. Pro- ::;;::;

::1:;::: Ada Me rr Ht Jr.H1gh(660 Liberty Park ((6000 NW 17th
:::::::: SW Third St., phone 373-7437) Ave., phone 6965765)ac dance: music,and table tennis. 32nd Ave. Recreation and trips, classes ranging from all :::::;:

:::;:::a:i -active games, chessand tive games and girls'sot thall. educational programs. folk singing. Recreational facilities :::;:;:

:::::::: checkers, choral singing, Lincoln Gardens Park (4620 Central Stadium((7360 Coral Per r i n e Recreation Center are free to any active :;:;:;:

:::::::: gymnastics and table tennis. NW 24th Ave.,phone 633-7113)) Way, ph. 2231541)archery.) (17353 SW 95th Ave., perrine, serviceman or his family. # .

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NEW YORK. An Inter- lie recreation. Not only has grams, including freedom The will to
this
develop sorto folk society the
Negro people been
relations cial environment has not
expertsald toward
group progress integrationbeen
from taxation and direct and f community life has been have
that while "remarkable pro- made in these areas, but Indirect subsidies. Govern- changed into a nation- improved by this change of lo-
demonstrated What is needed wide
gress" had been made in absorbing even discounting the pieties ment has made it possible for urban, ethnic minority; cale. "The Negro therefore Is
is
now an a Hoc at ion of resources formerly demoralized
Negroes into some about social responsibility these communities to developand pas- turning more and more to political
areas of American society, the that have become so popular accumulate vast re- totheNegrocomm'IDity sive, and politically unaware, act i o n. But unable to
as a
major obstacle to Negro progress lately in big corporation cir- sources. community. Black America is now on the create a viable political edition -

remained in "face-to- cles, one can take for grantedthat "Parallel Government way to becoming a self-con- with whites that would
assistance
Mr. Danzig
explained that scious
face relationships that go hand qualified Negroes will should be given to the the Negro minority concernedwith center on his needs as he sees

in hand with permanent com- continue to be absorbed in Negro community so that it the mtdst of community a great transformation was in community-self" interestand them as other American
munities, each with its private these national bodies as rapidly can develop autonomous insti- fulfillment. blocs have been able to do in
culture, indigenous prefer- as they come forth.' tutions in a similar manner. "From a predomi- However, he added, the Negro the past he turns to agita
,ences, and voluntary institu- nantly Southern, agricultural, has discovered that his so- tional and disruptive tactics.'
tions." But practices ar quite dif-

Speaking at a national con- ferent, Mr. Danzig added,
ference at Fordham University "where proximity and face- New Health Program Launched for PoorContinued

called by seven major national to-face relationships go handin
hand with permanent com- From 1
organizations analyze Page
the often hostile reaction of munities, each with its pri- reached, no new patients will and from informed among his of neighbors the services west of 27th Ave. By September Federal Housing Administra
vate culture, indigenous pref- a building at NW 56th St.
low-income ethnic whites to be accepted, even though available.
current demands of Negroes, erences and voluntary insti- ple wanting and eligible for peo-the encouraged All to come members In for are and 27th Ave.will be re model- tion.Only then will all the prom

whom they often see as "the tutions. Here, residential pat- ,center may still seek admis- ventive pre- ed as temporary quarters. ised services be available to
care.
enemy,' David Danzig, Pro- terns and consequently sion. Nurses offer health edu- Within a year or so,the cen- the planned number of fami-
schools, churchesand, other ter's directors hope to have .
fessor of Intergroup Relationsat Planners of the center want cation. The lies
social
Columbia I University's local institutions, rather than i to restrict its services to the helps with other worker built two facilities with a loan But already the center offers
family
School of Social Work, commented becoming less segregated' {number of families which can lems. prob- now being sought from the hope.

: since the post-war ..struggle be adequately treated, rather Specialists in

"Integration has proceeded for civil"rights, have become than offering inferior care to internal medicine,psychiatry pediatricsand Humphrey AdministrationWill

rapidly and smoothly into the more so. larger numbers.The obstetrics are on call full-
nation's major institutions family health center time.

facilities. These are primarily Federal Mr. Danzig Government called upon to help the works this way* Surgeons and ophthalmologists Offer Marshall Plan
the institutions that A
provide
poor person comes in
are available when
situations where people are the Negro community to develop seeking treatment, say, for a need WASHINGTON, D. C. worry about eating too much."

associated In terms of bureau. autonomous institutions !toothache. Staff dentists do the ed.The quality of the Speaking before an overflow "We must take whatever
similar t those care offered -
critized, commercial or tem- other ethnic o enjoyed in by necessary work, of course,buta by the center should be crowd of national press, Vice steps necessary to make sure
porary relationships: they are groups Ameri- "familyhealthteam"swings superior to that now available President Hubert H. Hum- nQ one goes hungry, and we

also national bodies whose ca. into action to do much more. to most people, rich or phrey said i he would offer a must do it now,at the Federal,

policies are subject to influence Pointing out that 50,000,000 Each team consists of two It will be made even better poor. "Marshall plan" in detail State and local level."

by government and Americans became membersof doctors, two dentists, four by the use of University of Miami "that will work for the citiesas In discussing his "Domestic

public pressure. Examplesare local churches and synago- nurses, a social worker and 10 computers to help in diagnosis it did for Europe." Marshall Plan," Vice

the Armed Forces, political gues between 1940 and 1960, "family health workers." A scheduling and other The speech before the Na- President Humphrey: said,
parties, institutions of and that religious affiliationhad team is designed to care for areas. tional Press Club came the day Nam our resources -
Viet ,
higher education, employ- become "away of develop. approximately 1,000 families. The University will contri- after the "Solidarity Day "After must be devoted to the

ment, particularly in the large ing community life." He continued Our hypothetical dental patient bute also by the ties between March," which the Vice the same courage
cities. And
corporations, In federal gov- ; benefits from this arrangement the center and the President attended. in Viet Nam
family
ernment and In warconnected "The big-city communitymore by receiving a battery physician training of "The objectives of the Poor that we are using in waging a war
program used
be
should
industries. and more breaks down of diagnostic tests to discover which Dr. Carmichael is di- People's Campaign are rea- and slumism in this
"This also holds true for the into religion-ethnic sub-com any illness before it be- rector. sonable and should be reached on poverty"

use of facilitiessuchastrans- munities. These flourish on comes serious. Now, the family health ," the Vice President said. country.

portation, public accomoda- the basis I of tax exemptions His family visitedbya ter is housed in the old public cen- "I think it is immoral allow He added, "It's about time

tions, commercial and pub-. .and. other Government pro- health: worker -- recruited health clinic on NW 62nd st., some babies to suffer from we won a war on our own

malnutrition 'while others shores."




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I FoundaNEW tion Strives To Create Jobs For Unemployedate I


YORK The Ford -
Foundation announced grants specialized as well as provided with The Foundation's grant will munity and building trades tentltal conflicts, and how to of this report will be Integrated -
aimed at bottle- counseling, other enable the Board to expand its groups.
overcoming social integrate basic education and into the operational manual
s e r vie i
es and skills
,
The Foundation's will
grant
necks to efforts by businessand training in order to professional staff to help Job upgrading in new pro which will be prepared by an-
the government to create them for Jobs." prepare private industry ((1))provide be used by, the League for two grams. other organization, the Urban
500,000 Jobs for the hard-core Another factor basic ,education and orienta- purposes: to design and eval- For the survey of existing Research Corporation. The
inhibiting industry uate the curriculum for the
unemployed. The bottlenecks from tion for under-educated em- job-training programs, the first draft of the manual will
Include low educational levels, Jobs to the offering more ployees; (2)) provide trainingand journeyman demonstration coalition will hire a manage- also incorporate information
unemployed Mr. in Buffalo and to
inability of nonwhites to gain Sviridoff orientation for existing program ; ment consulting flrm.E.F. obtained from manpower-
said is the
huge provide technical and other
entrance into the building number of under-educated first-level supervisors; and Shelley and Company which training experts, company
assistance to the
trades, and the lack of training workers who ((3) recruit and train 6,000 Departmentof will prepare a report in two training and personnel direc-
are unable toad-
Labor's
information for businessmen.The vance because teachers in basic education new training program stages over a period of sevento tors, and the hard-core unemployed -
of deficienciesin which is modeled on the
techniques.The .
grants include eight months. The .
: findings
basic i skills
and thus are League program In New York ,
Board of Fundamental Education locked into the entry-level and will initially fund twenty-

of Indianapolis, Ind., sitions that the NAB seeks to A. Philip Randolph Edu- six apprenticeship projects
$300,000 for an expanded fill with hard-core unemployed cation Fund has been receiving throughout the country.The .
training program for under- under the JOBS program. Foundation support for its Urban Coalition, which
educated industrial workers. According to the 1960 U.S. program of helping Negro and was formed after the urban

A. Philip Randolph Educa- census there are 38 million other minority youths pass the riots of last summer,is an organization -
tional Fund, $144,500 toexpancthotraining d I persons without high-school building trades apprenticeship of national leadersin V M1

of nonwhite apprentices diplomas already employed of examinations since 1967. industry labor, and city LWk a
and journeymen for whom at least 10 million are Operated by the fund's Work- government. Headed by for-

the building trades. functional illiterates ers Defense League, the program mer Secretary of Health, Edu- a
The Urban Coalition, $177- "Their lack of academic has placed 150 appren- cation, and Welfare John W. : ?
000 for a survey of Jobtraining skills renders them ineligiblefor tices in the building trades Gardner, the coalition among 41; K1Y E7

programs for Negroes and even existing upgrading industrial unions in New York City 60 in other activities is exploring h I .
for the preparation of a"how- training programs to Cleveland, 55 in Buffalo, and ways in which private industrymay t
to" manual to assist busi- fill the substatial. number of 15 in Westcheste rCounty, accelerate' its efforts to

nesses in starting up training vacant positions at levels immediately N. Y. In addition t o tutoring recruit train, and hire the
programs. above the entry for the examinations,the youth hard-core unemployed.The 1t t artx

"To find a half million Jobs level. Thus, upgrading is like receive medical examinationsand Foundation's grant will
for th chronically unemployed ly to become a major issue in are provided with loans for enable the coalition to attack '} i ii ir
as proposed by the new the near future." applications and initiation fees two pressing needs that have .'
National Alliance of Businessmen The JOBS program has already and to buy tools.In arisen in the course of its
(NAB) and supported by place a heavy demandfor the course of its activi- study. One is the lack of readily :i
President Johnson's Jobs Opportunities the services of public and ties, the League has also dis- available i information,
In the Business private sector organizationsable covered an untapped supply of what is being done by private

Sector (JOBS) program, pre- to provide in-plant basic potential nonwhite journeymenin industry to hire the unemployed -
sents a staggering challengeto education and skills trainingfor the building trades consist- what the success or fail-
business," said Mitchell the disadvantaged. The ing of older men with some ures of particular jobtraining -

Sviridoff, a Foundation vice oldest of these agencies is the experience inconstruction programs have been, and ;.
president. Board of Fundamental Educa- work. With.a grant from the what models ma y be recom-
tion, a national nonprofit organization U. S. Labor Department, the mended for future activities.The .
"In d u s try' now allocates which was founded League will train an initial other is the lack of an operational
$10.5 billion annually to train in 1948. fifty of these men for construction manual telling pre-

ing and education but very little More than 80,000 personsin jobs in the 'Buffaloarea cis e 1 y how to recruit, test,
.is spent at the lowest gradeof twenty-nine states have received in cooperation with com- hire, and train,howtoease po-

employee and even less on instruction through .
literacy and basic mathema- Board training programs in Stars Over MiamiFounded I

tics. Moreover, teachers in education, housing, employ- MuLdino. _
industry are generally vocational ment, and health. Since 1965it On June 26, at 7:30 p.m. lie, applications are avail- n n.y 1Speech
Dixie Park 401 NW 12th St.
trainers prepared onlyto has assisted Industry in designing albe in schoolsHappyCenters Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Storr, Correction. She is a.
will host audition winners
teach particular skills in a in-plant training pro- YWCA, YMCA, and EOPI Sr, announce the belated mar- member of the Delta Sigma I
from B, Washington High
traditional manner. grams to raise ,the academic T. Centers. riage of their daughter, Helen Theta Sorority, Inc. Mr.Gardner '
"Hence, in spite of their levels of workers unable to advance School; Teddy Washington.and, Weekly winners will be on Irene, to Mr.John C.Gardner, also attended Florida A&M
the Seven Soul Searchers and
,
willingness, neither industrynor because of deficiencies WTHS-TV, Channel 2, at 7:30: son of Mr. and Mrs. Armond University where he served as
Margie Hendrix of the Casta-
its trainers has the experience in basic skills. Among the p.m. each Thursday,beginning Gardner of Little Rock, Basileus of the Omega Psi Phi
to cope with large firms that have used its ser- ways Revue, and boxing champion July 11, and the finals will be Arkansas. Helen a recent Fraternity, Inc.He is presently -

numbers of severely disad- vices are Kodak, duPont, Jimmy Ellis. held at Miami. Stadium in Au- graduate of Florida A&M University employed as a junior engi-
All "Stars Over Miami'programs
vantaged adults who will need Caterpillar, Levi Strauss,and are free to the pub- gust. where she majored in neer at IBM, Inc. in Kingston,
to be made functionally liter- seven major steel companes. New York.

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Miami Rinkydinks presented Florida Memorial College a large check for the : HUMPHREY

school's building fund. Presenting the check to Rev. Edward Graham, chairman of :.:.:.:. .:.:.:.:
the school, is Mrs. Flo Hawkins, president of the group. Other members are watchin g.
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During the past 20 years doesn't mind hiring'homegrown' in 1904 with five '.:.'.: F '*1t ...................... ...'.'...................1M.!......,
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its own reservoir of talent. This confidence was exemplified college began as a dual high :.,:.:':.;:::. 'I PLUSHarmonica ;.:.:.:.:.:.:,.
B-CC graduates havebeen recently when Harry school and Junior college It 1 t , It "" t:: '
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CC president of more than Chief accountant Ernest number are B-CC graduateswho ::; Essene Brotherhood 1:::: "
twenty years, takes pride in Cook (class of 51) said, "you ::::: BAND :::::: "'
hiring his graduates. James can't get tired of this campus, are making contribution

Huger, business manager with the rapid 1 growth and to the school's rapid expan ::i. WATCH FOR GRAND OPENING! :[
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DISTRIBUTORS OF ALL RECORDS

Music for Every Occasion.
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Complete Band and Shows
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HOME ON FURLOUGH Special Interest in all New Talent

tour 101 Program Layout and Advisors
S/Sgt. Elliott LeRoy Ferguson -

is son: of Mrs. Enid Ferguson Inquire about our special package plan for
of 2983 NW 63rd St., is
son social religious, civic, fraternal functions ,
home from
on furlough Pana-
and ma Canal Zone visiting with graduations, weddings and fund raising af-
SAN ANTONIO Alrnun fairs.
:I his family.
Roosevelt J. Hill, son of Mr. I Sgt. Ferguson is nuirledto
Forfurther information call Public Relations
and Mrs. Isiah Hill of 13825 re- the former Miss Gwendolyn J
Monroe St., Miami, has com- I Cooper of Savannah, Ga. They Department in our new location at: to
pleted basic training at Lack have three children,Robin Re- 4900 NW 7th AVENUE 759-1543

land AFB, Tex. He is remain I nee, Elliott 1 LaRoy Jr. and Hear us night from 11-12
-
ing at the Air Force Technical every
Rochelle
.. Tracey ,
Training Center for spec- : Sgt. Ferguson entered the "AN EVENING WITH TROPICAL"On

ialized schooling as a secur- 1 Air Force upon graduationfrom the hottest soul station in town WMBM 1 1ptMtdJlJ4U
ity policeman.Airman Hill is a Miami NorthwesternHigh
1967 graduate of Mays High School '58. I
School, Goulds, Fla. He took his basic training at
LacklandAirForceBaseinSan '
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Antonio Texas, was then
assigned to Homestead Air
;
i ; Force Base, after being there
2 years,he was sent to Hunter-
field Air Base, Savannah,Ga.;
then to Castle Air Force Base,
Morcede, California He WiS SENSATIONAL COMBINATION OFFER!
i also stationed at Fair child Air FEATURES
Force Base, Spokane, Wash- SOLID STATE ALL TRANSISTOR .
r OlO'MOUtlM tNIO
igton. AUIOrAtCICON.
CMA.IG.r.
Givenbasic electronic .
Vietnam"W training at Miami North- ,wuTa/r.AU'O.t*., IICO".

western Vocational School, he --i--- .
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of .
broaden his knowledge and ,..""..AII..
NW skills through Air Force
; Technical Schools
Hope At present he just completed 1.w.t.dLP Dual
a years course in advance N..dl.
SAN ANTONIO. Airman trap. electronic at the Denver ,
Clyde A. Brown, son of Mrs. both oO
School of thology while stationed
Jessie .. ...-, ,....
R. Brown of 10740 SW con- at Lowry, Air Force '''-"
149th, Miami, has completedbasic Viet Base, Denver Colorada he also JI ti-B...-. .Vita S AUTOMATIC R On I y
training at Lackland ed studied at P-Mel School of RECORD CHANGER 95
AFB Genuine' MopU" Walnut or Mahogany i
Tex.He has
been assign- A the Electronics, there. Wood v.".., Cabinet with Ho"dR"bbed la.y
ed to the Air Fore6 Technical ed D. He is now serving asa Piano' Plnlth.Wt : T.rnl
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ment repairman. ........"........w.M-NNN-N.- FREE HOME
Airman Equipment Laboratory In ==
Brown, a graduate of G. W. is the Panama Canal Zone VISIT OUR PRESENTATIONCall
Carver High School, studiedat He will return to the Canal BEAUTIFUL SHOW ROOMS
M i a m i- Dade Junior College Zone with his family who has ABBEY-OOMESTIC CENTERS, INC
been with her parents Mr.and 15982 NW 2M Artiivi 625-1261
Mrs. JohnCooper in Savannah, (Th. 27th Avo"". Shopping C.nt.r)

Civil// Air Patrol x. Ga., this past year.


Drive OnAll f -

Florida Civil Air Patrol FRANKLIN'S CARPET
units this week started a mas-
sive recruiting to Interest
program -
0650 NW 22ND AVENUE
teenagers in the CAP
Cadet program. Interested SPECIALIZING IN RUG SALES & CLEANING

teenagers may after completing COMMERCIAL CLEANING- & FLOOR WAXING
the basic program be eli-
gible to take part in the CAP CARPETING CLEANED IN YOUR HOME OR OUR PLANT

special activities, such as,the FREE ESTIMATES IN YOUR HOME CALL 696-9133 OR 635-3641
International Air Cadet a 24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE
Exchange, In which 21 coun- : T. .
tries exchange for one month his 1 .;"A.,,#I' .'!.1" 'or.I v I
their ,;.:,";,'! ,. .... :
respective Cadet
members ..
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the Flying other Encampment activities include where ; Mr. ::w"J l"I/1 JlJtt/It. ; ." .. 1hii'-:/ ; !(: "lj J.I:

qualified youths may earn the of IrljN.rti
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Pilots tatio license or the Orien- ; :: f'r:tJi '
courses at various Air flt. '
Foce i .tI "- tfHrJ 'i I
Bases. ; / ,f.1 1 -- -
According to 1st.Lt. Robert r. '1 1\f1i '
Wilcox, Commander of the his 1k4 l: '. J.,'
John F. Kennedy Cadet Squa- Is 1 "
dron, "We plan to interest 30 in ,
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new boys and girls in the Cadet f 1"J.:;.. l1j 'J'f I It
Program." He continued by

saying, "Many activities are James' Draperies
planned this summer for the
new Cadets as well as our
& Service
present members, but we needto
increase the number taking
part in these to make them Phone 235-8816 ,' -
more h
enjoyable fortheCa-
dets." currently the J. F.Ken- DRAPERIES SHADES
BEDSPREADS
nedy Cadet Squadron has 15
members, UPHOLSTERING CARPETAll

Teenagers interested in prices trimmed fit your pocket :

joining CAP or wanting further You will like the way we do businessIn
information may visit the Squadron home at convenience
your your We Brand Name Carpeting
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meeting, Monday,7: o'- 235.8816
clock at Primary "C" on 7th Call for Appointment
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IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAM, cARDOr THANKSFrom

loving memory of our In loving memory of my dear the family and friends

1 and bro- husband father, son, brother, of the late
It ; I CARDS. MEMORIALS DEATHS I dear ther,husband. father and grandfather, I


RALPH J. FLOWERSwho tB4
departed this life June 27, I t /

I CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe 1963.
to
He has gone upon a journey
The family of the late distant land.
t' I family of the late family of the late a
x Although our hearts are heavy
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WILDA FRANCINA BAIN

wishes to thank all our many I ,, There is is happy comfort there in knowinghe . : ::.. ',';'; '
friends
and neighbors for all .R.I ,.
kind deeds and words of con- , '
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wife
Flowers :
solation shown to us during our Mary :
hour of James Flowers, son .. .
bereavement. Our :. .
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Florence Stevenson daugh-
,
special thanks to all '
auxiliaries
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of Saint Mary's WM .: ;
Church its Christine Mlmms, daughterand .
pastor Rev.Stuart, -
FamilyIN ': \'..
the staff of Funeral
Range
L .. LIZZIE MAE HARVEYwho
Home. Your kindness will t:. departed this life, May 13,

N never be forgotten. May God MEMORIAMIn ... 1968.
A bless each of you ;,.; 1 We wish to express our sin-
i memory of CHARLES ALFRED BLADESwho cere thanks and appreciation

GEORGE A. SUTHERLAND Albert G. Bain, husbandand q' r.1"4'ff" ',..". '". , departed this life July 3, for the numerous methods of

Family 1966. expressions extended to us
wishes to express our sincere LULA LEVAN His life is a beautiful memory during our bereavement.

appreciation to our neighbors'friends wishes to.express our sincereappreciation His absence a silent grief.He Special thanks are extendedto
CARD rn,1.Y
and relatives for all OF THANKS toourmanyneighbors
I sleeps inGod'slovelygarden our many friends and neigh
your kind thoughts and deeds and friends for
bors the
t, rendered during the hour of The family of the late cards, telegrams, floral and principal facultyandPTA
In sunshine and in perfect of North Dade Jr. High
our bereavement. Thanks are all acts of kindness rendered
,4 peace, sadly missed by: School, Rev. E. T. Graham and
also extended to the South Br o- during the hour of our be-
other organizations of Mt.
ward Funeral Home for their reavement of wife and mother
Gertrude Blades, wife Zion Baptist Church the EOPI>
,
courteousy and understanding. who passe, the 10th of June. I
Charles Jr. son
Neighborhood Center of
May God bless all of, you. Special thanks to Rev.W. F. Opa-
Almetha, Mary, Ernestine, locka, and the Range Funeral
Tanner Sr. and members of St.
I Shirley and Charlene, ;Home.
< l Mrs. Annell and Family t Mary's Baptist Church, the
staff of Frances Funeral daughters; Dennis and May God bless and keep you.
Arlene grandchildren
,
Home. Ronald Harvey son
,
Louise Blades mother Lu-
CARD OF THANKSThe Opa-locka
cile Clark and Mary Blades
",I William Levan and FamilyIN Louise Jones, sister
family of the late sister and Mrs. Lenora
New York, N.Y.A .
Johnson mother-in-law.
ELIZABETH SINGLETONwho ,
host of nieces nephews,
i P. MEMORIAMIn departed this life June 25, cousins and friends.

it sad but fond memory of 1965. HOUSE OF ALBERTSP4
You are not forgotten love one
i beloved of BAIN'S
Clyde McGriff Jr.,
Nor will you ever be,
As long as life and memory 14240 NW 22 Ct., Opa-locka, Elder Claude Mincey.of
last died June 23. He is survivedby 3354 Grand Avenue, Coconut

MR. OSWALD YBURROUGHS We will remember thee. a mother, father,three bro- Grove, a resident since 1925

Gone but not forgotten. thers, two sisters, two grand- died June 24 at home. He is
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better known as (Honey Drip- k fathers and two grandmothers. survived by his wife Mary; one

per) who passed June 19,1968at Katie Dorsey, sister. Arrangements are incomplete son Edgar; grandchildren;

Jackson Memorial Hospital one sister Gussie Bailey; two

wish to express our deepest Obe Clark, of 3636 Frow brothers Lesley and Charlie.

appreciation and gratitude for IN MEMORIAM Avenue, CoconutG rovediedJune John Fowler 11400SW213

\, the many deeds of kindness, M1r'r" 22. He is survived by a Street, Goulds died In Baptist .If

flowers, cards, and tele- c ate;,. wife one son, two daughters, Hospital. He is survived by his

grams received during our bereavement two brothers, one sister ands wife Ida. Services will beheld

host of relatives. Arrange- Saturday at 11 a.m. in the
Special thanks to Rev. T. C. ,a. ments are incomplete. chapel.

MISS KATIE LOUISE EFFORD Kelly Jr., officers and mem- Pfc. Stephen M. Grant, of Mrs. Sarah Alice Johnson
bers of St. Paul AME Church MR. JAMES LAWSONwho
14960 Monroe St. Richmond
of 10430 SW 179 St.
( wishes to express deepest appreciation -the doctors and nurses of departed this life June 30, McCray, ,
died in active
Heights, duty. perrine died June 23her-
to friends, neigh- Jackson Hospital.Especially 1966.
m He is survived by a mother, residence. She is survived by
bors and to for their Jj
everyone do we want to Live one day at a time God,
acts of kindness during our thank the entire staff of Fran- long ago has counted out the father, one sister, three bro- her husband Freddie; one
thers. Services will be held
hour of bereavement. cis Funeral Home for their years each of us lives and yet daughter ; her parents; one
Thursday June 27 in the Per-
brother Remains will be
most efficient service. Just one day at a time Isallhe
Special thanks to the pastor rine chapel.
shipped to Bainbridge Ga.Saturday -
May God bless and keep each ever gives its all that anyone ,
and members of the First Bap- of you inhis care. may have the humble or sub- Mrs. Mary L. Patten, of at 9 a.m. Remains will

tist Church of Brownsville and lime the rich or poor, the j 1814 NW 70th St., Miami,died repose in the c hapel Friday
to the Range Funeral Home for will be held
Services
3
June 22. after .
p.m.Arthur
and old live
missed
at
Sadly by; young one day v 4q ,
their courtesy.Mr. 26 in the
John Burroughs Sr., father a time. So may you be contented Wednesday, June ,

Clarese Burroughs wife with the one day that is here chapel.
Lee of 409
and Mrs. Dan F. Efford Green,
McArthur Rogers of 22325
and Family John Burroughs, Jr.; James enjoying good--accepting bad JOHNNIE L.SIMS 2nd Avenue, Homestead, died
with fortitude SW 118th Place, Goulds, died
and Hiram Culmer,brothers and cheer. Remains
June 19. are being
Lillle Mae Hart and Mary B. who passed away June 4, 1967 June 24.Arrangements are incomplete shipped to Birmingham, Ala.

E IN MEMORIAMIn Hence, sisters Sadly missed by; May he rest in peace and .

Stephanie Sheffield; Sharon, Laura, Pauline,Don, RickeyPat may light perpetual shine upon

memory of our mother, Lynette, and Valdrine Bur- and Aaron. him.Mrs.

grandmother and sister, roughs, daughters; two Agnes Sims, wife
ww grandchildren. A host Mrs. Mammie Patton, NOW IN MIAMI, FLORIDA
f h'f IN
MEMORIAMIn
i of other relatives and mother
REV. J.T. RODGERS
friends. loving memory of our Jacqueline Sims, daughter

dear one
SPIRITUAL CONSULTANTYour

CARD OF THANKSWe luck items bod? Can't hold nothing? I will help

CARD OF THANKSThe you Get the Things You Need
the family of the late

MRS. LELIA COLLINSwho family of the late SEE ME and you will hit the road to success and
departed this life May 13, and Good Fortune.
1968 wish to thank the
many
friends for their flowers, f r J MRS. VELLA PRADA COME SEE him or Call and Get a Bles&itig

cards, and telegrams. wishes to take this method to 754-8014
1394 NW 54th STREET
Mother gone, but not for- AF express heartfelt thanks toall
gotten. Sleep on mother. who helped to make their grief MIAMI

easier to bear during their recent -
The Collins Family bereavement. Available 'for Teas-Call for information' and appointment

., Your visits, cards, tele- CASE WORK, TOO

grams, prayers, florals donations
,
AUGUSTA SANDS CARD OF THANKSWe
food and other acts of

who departed this life June 2 5, the family of the late, LEWIS WILKINSONwho kindness membered.will always be re- A

1967. DEACON NATHANIEL departed July 4, 1963. Madam Ann
Asleep in Jesus! peaceful rest. Special thanks to
NEWSOME JR. Rev. P. W.
W
Many a heart no longer here,
Whose waking Is supremely wishes to express our grati- Alit was all to only dear; Wiggins and members of An- Spiritual Reader and AdvisorAre

blest; tude dur Ing our hour of be- Yet! O love, 'tis thou dost call tioch Baptist Church, neigh- you facing difficult problems? Poor Health?
No fear, no woe shall dim that reavement. Special thanks to I bors of 63rd St.,and the Range Money or Job Trouble? Drink, Love or Family TroubUs?
Thou wilt be our all in all. Do you wont more happiness and good fortune In'lIf.?
hour. Rev/ Davis, officers, mem- Funeral Home for efficient If you hay. any of those problems or others like them,
That manifests the Saviour's bers and friends of FirstBap Albertha Wilkinson, wife services rendered. dear friend, there Is wonderful news of a remarkable

I power. list Church of Brownsville, Lewis Jr. son new way of help. Also your lucky days and luck>
God bless
May
each of numbers.See Madam Ann
you today.$5
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reading with Ad.
other friends neighbors and l
and Hilnu
Diana Francis richly. OPEN 9 A. M. TO 9 P. M NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
Children, grandchildren
Range Funeral Home. Kemp, sisters
great grandchildren and Phone: 691.9583 9751 N. W. 27th Avenue
George.and Colonel Wilkinson The McLeod and
Chatman
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RD BRIEFS DAR Presents Junior American CitizensTo

By R. LUTHER BRAYBOY, SR. many who are deeply interested ticing good citizenship every bility and leadership, and Boys and girls who won this
I. and concerned with day everywhere.To in recognition of services ren- honor and the valued pin in the
the boys and girls of these very this end John Macdonald dered for the promotion of jus- 1967-1968 year were: Jeffrey
There is active support In Broward County for George Wal- days, one project of the National Chapter DAR, sponsors Jun- tice, Americanism, and char Kendrick and Marion Seals of
lace for president. The scoffers and those who ridicule this Society, Daughters of iors Amaerican Citizens clubsin acter among fellow students, Nathan B. Young: William
man from Alabama had better take another lookat what could the American Revolution, is a number of public elementary and for worthy participation in Kendrick and Henrietta
become the profound upset in American politics.The fact that most pertinent; this is its Jun- schools in Lade County. the activities of a Junior Hughes, of James W.Johnson.In .
he has support in Broward isshownbythe many bumper stickers ior American Citizens.In As a tribute to,and in recognition American Citizens Club." a statewide and then USA
that say "Wallace for President" on cars that have the Junior American Citizens of, everyday practical These pins are miniaturesof wide competition among JAC
Broward ten on their tags. Besides there are plain out spoken groups there are presented good citizenship by students, the informal JAC pennant In clubs with the theme Progressive -
whites with whom I have discussed the merits of all the presi- activities thru which there are John Macdonald Chapter pre- full color enameled on gold. Heroes Build Great
dential candidates and quite a number of people are seriously brought out the knowledge of, sents Thatcher Award pins, The awardees are chosen with Nation" Sharlene Hearst, age
considering throwing their support his way. and thecapabllity for, per- with citations, children in the, much care and deliberation by 6, in the first grade room of
The Negro in Broward can no longer afford to laugh at and forming the duties of good sixth grade in these schools. the principal and the faculty, Miss Annie Jacobs, Nathan B.
dismiss George Wallace as a demented political upstart The American citizenship; much is The awirdees are chosen for and it is considered by some Young School, was awarded
.,ian is shrewed and could very well become the political genius learned about our' American "ha vlng demonstrated dis- principals to be the highest first national prize in poemsin
of our time. This is the same man who addressed the indus- heritage. tinctive qualities of dependa- school honor a student can win.TURNER'S the 1st-2nd grade division
trial giants of this country In Pittsburgh not more than a year The boys and girls learn the with
ago. Many of these men have vast holdings in Florida and advantages of, the importance'
Broward County in particular. of, and the pleasures of,prac- HEROES OF SPACE

We can either treat this oncoming surge of "Wallace for
president" with apathy or we can call a spade a spade and be Astronauts go out in space,
prepared to counter whatever moves are made in this county r With a big smile on their face.
to bring Wallace here for a rally and speaking tour. The They have rockets off ina
strategy is to use Broward a s a yeardstick to measure the t n k t zoom
Carver i
rest of our state and counties. Beward . i it +a Trying to find the old yellow,

Briefs from a long fingernail . The Kings and Queens moon.
Club a newly formed organization is doing an excellent Job of. Ranches 111 1 i s These men dressed in space
creating weekend entertainment aimed at the teenager group, R suits areWeighted
with too much time on their hands. James Kennedy is President -f News 1 L M down with big heavy
Robert Bell is vice, and Mrs. Margie Ramsey is secre-. boots
tary . My man Lucky is bringing something new to the By Walter BOl'J Have walked in air without fearor
"strip." On weekends you can dance to the swinging music of care.Because .
David Larsons "Florida Stompers" featuring Little Cody on The Deacons and Deaconessof they aren't afraid to
drums, James Johnson on gutiar, Frank Simms at the Ham- Ebenezer Baptist Church, take a dare.HOUSEWIVES.
mond, and Little Bobby Brown doing the vocals. . these area Hallandale,are having serviceat
of ambitious 3 p.m. June SO, Rev.Atkinsonandcongregation -
group young men giving the music world a big
try, drop in and give a listen. . The ladies Auxiliary to Post are CAN
8195 VFW was duly formed on Tuesday last. Mrs. Addle James in charge. Rev. 0, W. Foster, J?' HELP
was elected president, Mrs. Walter Bowe is vice prexy. installation pastor. I's
services will be held on Thursday night at the Cham- The VFW Post No.8195 will Kids need work this sum
ber building. Miss Tommie Washington (the former Mrs.R.L. meet Sunday at 5:30p.m. t w Ar mer. There are simply not
Brayboy Sr.) of Savannah, Ga. is visiting yours truly and her Members please be present at 3 enough ,Jobs throughout the
grandchildren and family for the fourth of July holiday. . the post home on Pembroke business sector.
That's thirty for this time till next time buy the Times! Rd 4816. i ,. But, how about the home
All members of Post No. R sector?
8195 who are going to 15th District -
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There are many lawns to be
RANGE meeting in Fort Lauder-
KINDERGARTEN mowed; windows to be washed;
Leroy Miller of 1720 NW73 Mrs. Stella Dinah of 16001 dale VFW No. 19 66 for the purpose floors to be waxed and you

St., died June 23. He is survived NW 18th Ave., died in Jack- of redistricting. Meet at CORONATION BALL name itl Mrs.Housewife,YOU
by his wife Elle; his son Hospital June 21. She Is the post home at 12 a.m. Sun- can do your part in the Vice-
I parents Elijah Miller and survived by two daughtersV day, June 30th. Beautiful lights, gay decorations of Mr. and Mrs. JosephL. President's Summer Jobs
Edith Duncombe; four child ass i e Briggs and Eldiest The Gay Ladies will present soft music, and an Bain; Prince Robert Davis, for Youth Camapign. Thereare
ren Leroy, Sheryl, Darleneand Thompson; a nephew, Albert their pre-4th of July Dance at overflow of royal dignataries son of Mr. an Mrs. R.Davis, many youngsters both
Tang ; two b rot her s Elder; a niece Lucille Miller; the Down-Beat Club in Fort among the small set, marked and Prince Marcus Sullivan, boys and girls who would *
James Bethel and Willie Mil other relatives. Final rites Lauderdale on Wednesday, an impressive and delightful son of Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan. welcome a call to help you with
ler; two sisters Sylvia Sands will be held in Marianna, Fla. July 3. Music by Eddie and the occasion. Other participants in the your summer chores. Chores
and Winifred Rogers.Serviceswill Inters. Donation 125. king'' and queen contest were within your home, your yard,
be held Thursday, June The Charmettes Club of The Royal Court marched in Princesses Irma Rogers and your, cars or your business.
27 at 11 a.m. in the chapel. RICHARDSONEddie Hallandale will have their Fri- first, followed by the King and Midge Jones. Some youngsters are very
Larry James Jones of 1144 day night party at the VFW Queen, who very graciouslymade Last year's queen Scostia handy they can fix that sticky
of 1726 Post No. 8195 Come out and Carswell crowued the new king window that's been, troubling
NW 63rd St., died June 25. He Spaulding NW their way to the Royal
is survived by his parents Mr. 81 Ter., died June 22 in Jack enjoy yourself. Refreshmentsand Throne on a Magic Red Car- and queen. Scostia is the you or do other small repairs -
and Mrs. Harry Jones; a bro- son Hospital. He is survivedby music. pet, rolled out by two page boys daughter of Mrs Willie Mae around the average
ther and sister Lynn and Shirley a father Edward; mother, and adorned with flower buds Carswell. home. Housewives of Miamican
Ann; maternalandpiternal Eloise; six uncles, Clean, by two lovely little flower After the crowning, the help the acute shortage of
grandparents Mr. and M r s. David, Charles, Howard, Sylvester girls. Royal Court did a Walt to the summer jobs this summer.
tune of "Let Me Call You Don't overlook this chanceto
Baldwin and Mr. and Mrs. and S y Iv es ter; five
Jones; an aunt. Services will aunts Leola, Leoria, Bobby A., Terry Pope, charming Sweetheart." become part progressive
be held Saturday June 29 at Jo Ann. Betty Joe. Services daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. Each contestant received a Dade County and provideour
,
4 pm.1nst. Paul, ME Church. wtll be held Friday, at 2 p.m. y 1b Pope, reigned as queen. Kevin trophy and a war bond. Pre- youngsters with the means
in the chapel. Bryant handsome son of Mr. sentations were made by Mrs. of maintainingthemselves
Mrs. Ruby Coleman of 2143 and Mrs. Lee Presley, reigned Mary S. Bain, president of the with gainful employment and
NW 61st St., died June 25.She Infant Boy Matthew Cham- as king, The Royal Court PTA. giving many the opportunity to
is survived by her husbandJ 'liss, of 644 NW 12th Street,died consist of Princess Cycloria Refreshments fit for royalty continue their eudcation in the
C, ; mother Mrs.Virgil Mc- June 21 in Homestead. Survi- Rivers, daughter of Mrs Al- consist of dainty sandwiches, fall.
Leod; a son Jimmie Lee; a vors include a father Walter bertha Rivers, and princess small decorated cakes and a Call your Florida State Em-
daughter Pearl six grand- .w Pruchelle Bain daughter delicious
; and mother Addlee.Graveside punch. ployment Service, 377-2411.
children; three sisters; two \
services were held Friday, at
brothers. Arrangements are'
Lincoln Memorial
incomplete.Mrs. Cemetery. Prophet

Whilhemina Roper of HAIR,DOESN'T.PROW?:', Walter David
1770 NW 83rd Ter., died June : ? '
20. She Is survived by her hus- PAHPRUFF
band James; her parents Mr. :J.TcHY $ At t'FAJJ.IHGiH' BranhamOF !!

and daughters Mrs. James Laverne Hillard; and two IR?';'.0 s THE LIVING I ; ,1.

Denise; a son Edward; a sis- GOD IN CHRIST
8.11..1(...
ter. Services were held Mon- Spiritual Advisor and A ..

day, June 24, at 11:30 in the Helper in All Walks of :
chapel. if.Alt Life. With God all

Mrs. Bertha Lee of 2768 NW things are possible.The .
:
S ,F,
46th St., died in Jackson Hos- man of God per
pital. She is survived by three lEJ ltF forms miracles and is ", < !IIfY' /f JY
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daughters Bertha Green, Bea- : Jet
trice Curry and Gussie Guest; ':()(t'V.' URMQ here to do just that. '

five sons Rev. J. P. Lee, Al- lY AC: Bring your sick and ti[: I. --- 4'
bert, Abraham, Alfonso and !!I, They shall be healed. .
Charles; four sisters Ophelia Problems tie you

Jackson, Mary Glover, Annie down? In Trouble?
Bellamy and Julia; a brother Unhappy? Have fin- Artistic Floral ShopHOME
Taylor Smith; nineteen grand ''h hlgtly m.dlCQ..d.o )Ht1p 'f
children four great grands. :''t ,td.ed-hQirtowt-h O1'Id'g Y'1011; ancial trouble? Crossed -
; '
Services were held Tuesday, ;.f.o .''f orltlif r.n.fo"p'ofid'r"H.lIift hQlr. A..k tt'ch.scalp ,r" up or bewitched? : 693-2708 SHOP: 691.7475

at 3 p.m. in the. Church of Gad 0'1Q"', fOl1p ',ebe hty .alc.... ARRANGEMENTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
in SEE- ME:
I I Christ. ,01 drug sfo'., :.;7,,' : NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL ,
Ii i Mrs. Emily McKinney of ,''Ai ThtuMo"th Sup p 1."On'v' I came to destroy the ..
1150 :, ' "You Can't Go Wrong if You Give Flowers"MRS.
,
2020 NW 71stSt.,died June 19. work of the devil. : 'r'

I She i s survived by a son Ar- 'Temple :Add; 2401 N.W. 67 ST. MABLE BODIE, Prop.

thur; two brothers George and 696-1838 MRS. DORA M. WILLIAMS, Bus' Mgr.
Clifford a sister Elizabeth 7 ,, : ; '
; ; ,J ,rM ? 'it,} 62nd
; .t ] 1551 NW STREET MIAMI FLORIDARTI1Qi41A
grandchildren. Services were : ; MIAMI I I
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rQ'R9Wr.tiJ: : ,, ,:
held Wednesday, at 2 p.m. in "'" -- :
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CHRIST EPISCOPAL South Florida Conference Churches


Fr. T. R. Gibson, rector Laymen's DayThe
Observe
To
". Antoinette Silva reporter
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June 16 was Father's and AME Churches, com Philadelphia, as outlined by South Florida Conference topicis

Men's Day. The Episcopal prising the Miami, North Mi- the conference lay delegates.New ; "What Is the Role of the Ne-
Churchmen observed this day will be Church in the Desegregation -
eti dUiui ami, West Palm Beach, Fort laws and Issues gro
with a successful program.We Pierce and West Miami Dis- discussed fully. of Churches?"

wish to thank the Episcopal tricts will observe their annual The proceedings of the exe- ministerial
Churchmen and all of those involved cutive board meeting will be It is hoped that the -
Laymen's Day, Sunday,
will attend this
for a Job well done. To family
given for acceptance or rejection -
June 30 at payneChapelAMEChurch
date raised. meeting to assure the,laymen
$1,470.10 was
West Palm Beach at by the group. Delegatesto
On Wednesday, July 3, a 11 the State Lay Confab In Or- that, they are marching at,the

t 6ft 3n fflljurd! } unsay Night of Games will be beldat Mrs.a.m.Irene Taylor,the illustrious lando will be briefed on the head of the army of progress.

the home of Mr.Hubert president of the lay proposed legislation and Bernice B. Henderson,

Thompson at 9 p.m. Come on all topics to discussed. The reporter.
orgaization is calling lay-
( BROWNSVILLE ST. MARY'SRev. ,
out enjoy the fun.
men to sacrifice other obliga-
BAPTIST, Saturday, members of the GREATER NEWMACEDONiA
I' tions and attend this special
I H. V. Stuart, pastor Sunday School enjoyed the NEW BETHLEHEM
pro-
Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor session.
A. E. Bethel, reporterOn
duction of Cinderella at the
I 2775 NW 60th Street, Mrs. Lula Baldwin, districtand Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor Rev. Roscoe Jackson pastor
,
..... . Coconut Grove Playhouse.
Minnie Hunter reporter
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ri'Li Sunday, June 30, the Some of the remarks made by president Willie Beard, reporterThe

Ways and Means will sponsorthe those who attended were This unique and impressive pro- church, Is chartering a
Southland Singers ina con- gram to commemorate the bus to the National Baptist
one was better than the one on
cert of songs at 4 p.m. at the TV" and "I liked this version events in the works of past, Convention Atlanta,Georgiain

church. The public is invitedto better." Some of the children present and future laymen. i September. The bus will

attend. were immltating the actors as Highlighting this meeting leave Macedonia at 6 p.m. Fri-
Joint choirs will all will be excerpts of the last
sing day they left the playhouse. All in day night before the second
and Usher Board No. 2 will General Conference held in
all the outing will 'always be Sunday in September and will
serve io the 11 a.m. service remembered.Get arrive in Atlanta approxi-

and Usher Board No. 1 will well wishes are extended DRAKERev. mately 5 a.m. on Saturday

serve during the 7 p.m. services to Mr. Willie Clark. leave Atlanta at 2p.m.onSun-

The superintendent of J. W. Dunn, pastor day afternoon enroute back to

i the Sunday School asking all Miami. The'round trip fare Is
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE"For The choir wishes to thank all
parents please support themin $30.00. The deadline for pay-
the members and friends who
the drive that is on now.We Ing the fare is the fourth Sun
fill the the law of the Spirit of came out on Sunday to help
to
are asking you please in who'
day August.
that sent home Life in Christ Jesus hath made them observe their second an Anyone
gleaners was would like to attend
li with children last Sun- me free from the law of sin and niversary. Many thanks to our may con-
your on tact either Deacon Jefferson -
These gleaners are to be death." guest, Zion Hill Jr. Choir, Henry
Rev F. L. Johnson and the day. Deacon Vandell
Bovan
This verse from Romans is Brother James Stanford and Rev. C. H. Smith, ,
turned in
28.
church by July
would like to thank Rev.A. Sister Willie Mae Williams
M. Griffin and his congre- The Women's Day committee part of the Lesson-Sermon to Brother U. Morris, who shared It is a pleasure to have you Sister Mytrice Murray or Sis,

gation for the Installation ser- will havean all day sale at be read in Christian Science in our program. worship with us. As a result, ter Netta Kelly or call the
the church July Churches Sunday. Title of the Sister Effle Williams, our we urge you to make our
vices on Sunday, June 23. on Thursday, church at 633-7340 and give
We are grateful to all the 4. For anon Joyable day and Lesson is "Christian chairman was pleased with the church your choice of worship.On them your name and all or part

visitors' and ministers who time, please spend it at st.Mary.s Science." Our service is open financial report made by our Friday,June 28, pies will of your fare.
to the public. choir members. God bless be sold at the church
with behalf
came to be us on this oc- There will be a Battle of
1 casion. Sister Alvinia Davis is sick Two new readers have been each of you.Sister Berry,Sis- of the Choir and Home Mission between' choir 2 of
elected to three year terms ter M Ickens and Brother Also Songs No.
Our deepest sympathy to at home. on Saturday, June Greater New Bethel
Sister L. 'Wilkerson in the loss Let us continue to pray for beginning Sunday, June 23, at James Brooks were in charge 29, there will be dinners sold Opa-locka and Choir No.Baptist 2 of,

other mother. our sick and shut-ins. the Fifth Church of Christ of the beautiful reception.The at the church in behalf of the
New Macedonia the secondS
Scientist 1600 54th Street. of on
NW Faithful Women Young Women's Auxiliary and
the sick
Remember and
They are John E. Roundtreeand Drake Memorial will have the Home Mission. y in July, 3 p.m., at
abut- ins with prayer and a
Greater
Miss Blanche Galloway. their first church service ob- New Bethel. Special
visit. NEW MT. MORIAH\ There will be a musical pro-
guests will be Choir No. 1 of
Since there ordained the third
are no servance on Sunday on June 30 at 8
gram
p.m.,
New Bethel and Choir No. 1 of
Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor clergy in Christian Science afternoon in July. Please help featuring the Mighty Wonders,

MT. SINAI Evelyn Souter,reporterThe Churches, their duty is to read them in any projects they are the Tropet Kings, the Choral. New Macedonia. Come outand

(i the weekly lesson-sermon to planning to have. Sister Greenis Group and the church Choir. support your favorite choir.
.: n .Rev Cleo Albury, pastor Ushers will have a program the and this All members of the church
congregation onSunday president 'of group. Please be in attendance to this
theychurch
Patricia Austin, reporter Sunday at 3 p.m. The to conduct the testimony ser- The members of Drake affair. are requested to meet at

Vacation Bible School July public is'invited.There on the first Saturday,
vice on Wednesday evening. Memorial are grateful to the Let's continue to for
1-'12 her at the church.Child- will be an after ser- pastor, officers and membersof pray July 6, at 7 a.m.to prepare for
the sick that
they soon re
ren of all ages are invited to vice program Sunday night. GREATER NEW BETHEL St. Luke for the use of their may the Sunday SchoolBaptist

come . "Free of Charge." Joint rehearsal for Choirs Baptism Pool. On last week cover. Training Union Convention of

Adults there will be classesfor No.1 and 2, July 2, at 8 p.m. Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor two members were added to the Ministers' Deacons'Un-

you also. The hours are Our monthly conference Alice Irving, reporter our fold by Baptism. ZION HOPE ion of the Seaboard BatistAs-

9-12 Monday thru Friday.Invite July 4, at 8 p.m. Choir No. 2 invites you to Don't forget to visit and pray sociation of Florida which will

a friend or relative. Help Prayer meeting tonight their annual tea to be held at for the sick and shut -ins. Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor convene ai; Macedonia July 10-

make your Bible School bigger (Thursday) at 8 p.m. the church this Sunday afternoon Bessie Williams,reporter 14.A

and better this year. The pastor and family wantto Sister MarJorie Perkins Dinner Sale will be held at
Sunday June 23 the men
On Sunday evening, June 30, thank each one for their will be the guest speaker. CHURCH OFTRANSFIGURATION celebrated ,their 8th, Annual the church on Saturday, June

the Thanksgiving Committee cards, telegrams, cars, flow- The Young Matrons and Men's Day obervance.The day 29, beginning at 12 noon. You:
of Mt. Sinai will render ers and other contributions call the church 633-7340
a
pro Young Women Auxiliary in may
Fr. E S Clarke
. ,Jr.,vicar was highlighted with two excellent -
gram on behalf of the Thanks- during their hour of bereave- charge of auxiliary Sunday The Rt. Rev. Henry I. Lout- sermons. Rev.Jenkins for delivery. This dinner sale

giving Funds. They are asking ment. School class Sunday.Our tit, D.D. will administer the came in the morning worship is being sponsored by Ushers'
to to attend We will be happy to have
Bord
everyone plan now sympathy tothe No.2.
goes sacrament of Holy Confirmation with his theme: "Man and his
this program. Rev. Essix former pastor of Moore family. Sister Eloise on Sunday, June 30, at the quest for a good life,"and Rev. The Annual Sunday School-
"Tea Summerette Sunday New Liberty to deliver the 11 Baptist Union Picnic
Training
Howard is convalescing at 10:45: a.m. Trial Liturgy Se- Roscoe Jackson in the evening
June 30, at 4 p.m. Mt. Sinai a.m. message thisSunday home. which made the day one to be, will be held July 20, at Cran-

4 Baptist Church, 698 NW 47th morning. The public is invited. The Youth Choir will render vice.Our priest and Mrs. Clarke remembered. The chairman don Park and Zoo.All parents,

Terrace, sponsored by the Please pray'forworldpeace msuic at Jordan Baptist will celebrate their 20th Wed. co-chairman, pastor and men, teachers, and adults that are

Young Women's League. Visitors. are always Church Saturday, June 29,at 1P.m. ding Anniversary on that day. of the church would like to planning to accompany your
Please attend Bible Study welcome. child or children on the Pic-
May God continue to bless thank each and everyone for
and prayer meetings. They Prayer services are held them. helping them to make this nic are asked to please regis-

guide you spiritually and make every Tuesday night at 8:00. ter with the superintendent no
you wiser in the knowledge of JORDAN GROVE On Friday, July 5, the day a great success.Don't later than the second Sunday

Christ and living his way. church will sponsor their an- lorget the sick, shut- afternoon that
so
Remember our sick and bereaved Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor CHRISTIAN nual Boat Ride . The boat ins, bereaved families boysin and transportation; arrangements -
can
member in your pray Eddie Gilbert. reporterThe FELLOWSHIP will leave Pier 5, at 8p.m.We Deacon the a r m e d services and be made in time.Thanking

are looking forward for a large Anderson inyour
ers. youth wish to thank their' in advance for your coopera-
parents and many friends for Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor crowd. Tickets are on sale $2 prayers. tion and support.

r, NEW HOPE helping to make their 10th An: M. L. Nixon, reporterThe all per person. Dancing, food and Willie J.Beard,superintendent. -
sorts of entertainment
bus is leaving for Key will
.
nual Youth'Day a success and
West from the Community be given for your enjoyment.You HOPE WELL
special thanks to both speakers. -
Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor Center, Sunday, June 30, at can't afford to miss this
Linda Miller is presidentand 1961 NW 62nd Street
Laraine Fuller, reporter Brother Dixon is director. 4:30 a.m. and will returnSunday -,occasion. See you then! NEW PROVIDENCE

All invited to
night. are
AU members The Ministers and Deacons We held our first Men's
are urged to Day
Rev.
come and enjoy _this outingsponsored C, J. Burney, pastor
attend our Prayer meeting and Union, working under the Jurisdiction by the Willing on last Sunday, and we wish to Arsula Edwards, reporterThe

Bible class Thursday,at 8 p.m. of the Seaboard Baptist Workers. MT. CARMEL\ thank our friends for helpingus Ministers and Deacons
Sunday June 30 is Association of Florida to make it a success. Our
,everyone Union
Brother Dames Sister working under the Jurisdiction -
cordially invited to attend our Rev. W. H. Edwards, mod- Allen and Sister Delancy, are Rev. D.A. Bradley pastor morning speaker was Rev. of the Seaboard Bap,

41st Anniversary and our Pas- erator, will convene with the still on the sick list. Please Louise McGriff,reporter Felton, and the Male Chorus tint Association of Florida
tor's 5thAnniversary.Allfor- Jordan Grove Baptist Church, Our pastor will deliver the from New Bethel A ME Church
Rev.
remember them andotherswith W. H. Edwards, mod-
mer members and friends are 5946 NW 12th Ave. beginning and service. Voice at midnight at the Union of Goulds. Our evening speaker erator, are now in progress at

welcome to come and stay all this Thursday, June 7, at 8 your prayers. .._. which will be held at the Mt. was Rev. K. E. Rodgers, Jorden Grove Missionary
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day, free dinner will be serv- p.m. and continuing through a l II vet t e Baptist Church in pastor of Mt. Olive Baptist Baptist Church, 5946 NW 12th

ed all day. Sunday, June 30. Food will be GRACE PRESBYTER AN I South Miami, the Rev. K. E. Church and his Male Chorus, Ave, Miami. Will close their

: Rev. James E. Brown from served inthedinningroom Rogers, pastor. Come and and also Rev. W, H. Washington session Sunday at 2
,
Brown's Chapel and congregation every day. The general church Rev. W. F. Savoy pastor hear him. Also the No. 1 and for two wonderful solos. Prayer meeting Tuesday p.m.at

will be in charge of ser- is asked to be present. We are spending Sunday with 2 Choir, the Male Chorus No. We wish t more oflyou couldl) 7:30: p.m., all members are,

vice at 3 p.m.-The Rev. 0.L. The Deacons and Deaconess the Trinity I Presbyterian 1 and 2 ,Usher Board also and have been there to enjoy the urged to attend. Visitors and

Nickerson will bring the ser- will hold their board meetingon Church in Key West;There all the members are asked to day with us. Thanks to all who friends are welcome

vice at 7 p.m. Everyone is welcome Tuesday night, July 2, at 8 will be no service at Grace this be present at the Union." helped us to make the day a Consecration hour of -

Sunday. Soon we will be open- Pray for the sick and shut- success. each prayer
p.m.Let Sunday at 5 a.m.
Let us not forget to pray for us remember the sick ing our vacation Bible School; ins and those who have lost Rev. J. j. Sheffield pastor Continue In for our

F and fr:visit our sick and, ,shut- and shut-ins. Visitors are always and we hope to see your child- their love ones. Pray for the and Char lie Mae Mack, reporter sick, shut-ins prayer and those who

ins. welcome. ren there. boys in Vietnam. are bereaved.



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KELLY'S CHAPEL CONFERENCE LAYMEN

Rev. William H. Butler, pastor OBSERVES 2NDANNIVERSARY nM

Retha J. McKenzie, reporter ;: LEON
Kelly's Chapel has starteda
The South Florida 'Confer- ,
new conference year.Joiningus
as our pastor is the Rev.and ence Laymen Organization ', SAYS
will hold its
Mrs. William H. Butler, and 2nd Anniversary
their six children. The entire at Payne Chapel AME Church
Rev. F. E.Sneed West
membership wish to say wel- ,pastor,
come to Rev Butler and his Palm Beach, Fla. on Sunday,
family. June 30,beginning at 11 am
with Mrs. Lula Baldwin
Rev. Butler is a native of speaker.At '
Miami a graduate of BookerT.
,
2:00: p.m.the choirs will
Washington High School,he present a Musical Program
is also a graduate of Gamman and highlights of the 1 1i
conference .
Theological Seminary in At- will be heard. .

lanta, Georgia. Before comingto Mrs. Irene Taylor is president -
Kelly's Chapel he was the .
pastor of Mount Sinai Metho-
dist church in Hallandale, '

where he served for a periodof FIRST BAPTIST When

four years.
We not only welcome Rev. Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor f-1--I

Butler to our church but our Donella Turner, reporter ;

doors are always open to visitors Prayer meeting for the revival r'I_
and friends. services, will begin July
1, the preaching will begin July w I
8 and will continue _
thru July .. ,,
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BEULAH BAPTISTRev. 19. The Evangelist will be the

Rev. B. D. Coles. The public AMARANTHS CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARYRoyal

is invited, to attend these ser
vices. Violet Court No. 1,the helped us to make this occas- gie Lumpkin, P.R.M.; Lady WantFRESH

j6. The No. 1 Choir willbesel- Exalted Degree of Interna- ion a successful event. Wonza Deliford, Queen; Lady
J h ling dinners Saturday at the tional Masons and Eastern Seated: Lady Agnes Chap Zepherine Bell, Assoc Cond.;

church, they are asking the Stars, celebrated their anni man, R. M. ; Comp Randolph Lady Annie Dozier.
+
members and friends to stop versary Sunday evening, June Patterson, R. p.: Lady Mary

by and purchase a dinner from 16th, at Metropolitan A.M.E. Arline, G.. M.'Comp; S. T. Standing back: Lady Nellie

them. Church. Lady Wonza Delifordwas Davis, P.G.N. Hadley, Lady Katie Crenshaw,
Our prayers go out to all poi. crowned queen of the court Standing front: Lady Beatrice N.D.G.M.; Lady Annie Lenard,

sick members, and hope all of 1968-69. Sister Dorothy Mil- Corker, Lady Maggie A.R.M.; Lady Ruby Glover,
you have 'a speedy recovery, ler of 2nd'Melzie Coleman No. Norris, Lady Agenone Brad- Fin. Sec.; Lady Mary Young

g+ ed 5 was Mistress of Ceremony. shaw, cond.; Compo Thomas Treasurer; Lady Eva Thomas,
We wish to thank those who Montgomery, G.M. Lady Mag- Lady Ellen White.

NEW SHILOH

Rev. A. M.Griffin,pastor Richard Barry ST. JOHN AME

Cheryl English reporterOur
Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor
Revival meeting started Ordained
Deacon
Friday night group Sunday
E.R.Ferguson, pastor Monday night and will go on School Teachers Meeting at
Alice Banks, reporter until Friday night, Rev. L. R. Mr. Richard L. Barry of Mi- 8:15.St..
Sunday we will have regular Ross will be the revivalist.So ami was ordained a deacon In
John recently installednew
service. Choir No. 1 will be in please come out at 7:30: p.m. the Episcopal Church on Saturday pews, the dedication ser-

charge. Communion service to hear some good preaching. June 22,by the Rt.Rev vice will be held the third Sun

Sunday night. Everyone is In. There will be a sale Satur- James L. Duncan, D.D., Suf day in July. Dr. S. A. Cousin, .
vited to come and share in the day at the home Sister Bryant fragan Bishop of the Dioceseof presiding Elder of the Miami

Lord's Supper with us. 1200.NW 65th Street.This South Florida. District will deliver the sermon -
June 28 Rev. Ferguson is will be in behalf of the No. 2 The ordination took place at The pastor along with the

preaching in the Ministers and Usher Board. the Church of the Incarnation, congregation will go to Hurst

Deacons' Union" ,which is being There will be No. 2 Usher 1835 NW 54th Street, the Rev. -Y Chapel AME Church on the
held at Mt. oli ette Church of Board meeting Thursday, at 6 A. T y r r e 1' Dear, vicar;The : second Sunday in July.at 6 p.m;
South Miami r p.m. All ushers are asked to service was largely attended. and render service.

please be present.Let Officiating were the Rev.JohnH. I

us not forget visit and R e e c e of St. Peters, Key 1 CRUSADER -
ST. MATTHEWS pray for the sick and shut-ins. West, 'who delivered the ser- '
Rev. C. Dixon, pastor
mon the Rev. Elisha Clarke,
Rev. A. Randall,pastor Flossie Marshall, reporterWe
Church of the Transfiguration,
Annie Vassar, reporter TEMPLERev. are getting ready for the
the Preface. --
Opa-locka
Friday, at 7:30: p.m. beginsour L. A. Thompson, pastor RICHARD BARRYof Sunday School Convention that
fifth Sunday District Un- Elsie Douglas, reporter Rev. Lambert L Sands, St. will convene June 26-28, at mm

ion at Bright Morning Star Agnes Church, Miami, Fr. and M r s.D ear at the New St. Steven's AME Church,
F.W.B.C., 1455 NW 53rd St. The Men's Day committeewill presentation of the Candidate, vicarage. Okeechobee.

Friday night's programbeginswith sponsor a Dinner sale,Sa- the Rev. Samuel J. Brown, St. Deacon Barry, age 27, is a We are still saying welcometo

devotion by Deacon Fra- turday, June 29, at the church, Patricks, West Palm Beach, Mia m tan, the son of Mrs. our many friends to come
zier and Deacon Brown.Introductory beginning at noon. Deacon P. the Litany for' the Orgination; Athenia Barry Spann and and worship with us.

sermon Rev.A.Swain, Hepburn, chairman. the Rev. Fr Dear, Versicleand grandson of Mr. Albert Barry

music and ushers NewMt. The Sunday School will Response, Collect of Purity and Mrs. Olive Barry. He

Zion F. W.. Baptist Church. sponsor a Trip Around the, Rev. Nelson W. Pinder;St. graduated from Miami North-

All members are 'urged to World, 8 p.m. Friday, June 28. John the Baptist, Orlando. wester n high school in the % s w 1

please pay their 25?union duesto Choir No. 1 will sing all day Sub-Deacon Duty, Old class of 1956, entered St. Au- (
the committee memberswho Sunday. Testament LessonDeaconH. gustine's College and earned

have been appointed. E. S. Reeves, the Epistle; his B. A. in 1962; Barry went 4 4
There will be a'program, Please remember all the Bishop Duncanexaminationof to the Episcopal Theological

sponsored by the Choir No. 1 sick, and shut-ins. Mr. Barry, The Ordination, Seminary Alexandria in 1965

and Usher Board No. 1 after the Gospel u Deacon Barry, and graduated in 1968, earning '
the district meeting. the Kiss of Peace. his B.D. fl

CORINTHThere He will assume duties as a i l '
Also present were several Deacon in charge of St. Simon's :
MT.CALVARY will be a musical tea, clergymen whose names the ,
Church Ft. Pierce and
Sunday from 4 to 6 p.rn.,at the reporter failed to get. ,
Rev. Atchison,pastor St. Monica's at Stuart on the
and Sister
of Deacon I.
home
Phyllis Beal, reporterThe of Intercession first Sunday in July.In ,
Roscoe Ector, 2175 NW 69th The Prayer : Every minute anda
women wish to thank Ter. Many outstanding speakers Mr. Arthur Blatch. Followingthe 1962 Barry married the

everyone participated on and singers will be present .service a reception was former Miss Virle Rolle of Key half. . someone
their program and made it a Sister E. Denard, will be given at the activity center West and West Palm Beach,
success both spiritually and guest; speaker of the day. You 1849 NW(Olth Street.Dur- whom he met while attending calls AAMCOEvery

financially. Again thank you. are cordially Invited. ing the afternoon Bishop Duncan college at St. Augustine's Raleigh -
week AAMCO satisfies more
Sunday is Baptismal ser- and the clergy were guests N. C. than 10.000 transmission problems.You .
vices, at 5:30. The president of Choir No. gel free lowing a free road-
The church mother Sister 1 L will like to thank all of its check fait efficient "Nlc.-most st
time in just one day. And with
Julia Blak is in the hospital. members for their fine cooperation ARMCO your transmission can b.
Your prayers will be appreciated f ih our church ser- SPIRITUAL ADVICE protected by over 500 AAMCO Centers
coast to coast
pray for and visit the vices, and let us continue to HERE IS THE ANSWER TO YOUR PRAYERS Every minute and a half someone Northwest
sick and shut-ins. remember the sick and shut- proves .
IOU can win Success, Health a Happiness"
The BTU needs the support ins. Vow can trust yourtranimlttlon
of all the adults, Please come If you are in trouble call and talk with this to AAMCO

out and see the youth action. Rev. Andrew Jackson, pastor wonderful woman. People have traveled thousandsand
Sister Nina Morrow. rebnrter. thousands of miles to see her and you have onlya

few blocks. '
PALL BEARERS She welcomes both rich and poor, God has given TPlAKSAI, +SSIOMSV

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and anything that he is doing as the type of young lady that
, By GENE GRIENER Let's change our of pace long as it is right she is one bachelors, like myself are
1 look at the women our com-
hundred per cent behind him constantly looking for, I feel
I want to be honest as '
- ----- -- ------- -- - munity.
{. short blunt and rightto She would not let any tempta- as though I do know what rm

"SOUL HE VEN" MY COUNTRY TEARS OF THEEMy always the point., But, I am going to tion carry her astray regard- talking about in this column
to because I have traveled half-
less of how it might appear
A special tribute to the three greatest kings have to bring in a guest theoryof around the world and I've
country tears of thee Freud her, she Is the type of young way
the late Dr. Sigmund
I of soul, Otis Redding, Sam Cooke, and Nat Sweet land of belligerencyLand who I hold very highly and, lady who only go out to female met women from all walks of

"King" Cole. where our men are dying dearly, who has contributed to gatherings such as card life and from all types of cul-
Land where widows are crying. games, theatres, or social female ture. I feel as though woman
.the field of the mind.
( First let us recognize Sam Cooke, From every mountain side clubs. You never see her was put here by God for two
A masterful artist who engraved his name in know can be with the in club to continue civi-
", Let freedom ring. As you ,a woman out girls a night purposes, one
the golden book; one of the most fantastic sub- with four or five fellows join- lization and to make her hus-

What can we do but reminisceFor My country tears of thee jects that man can think of or ing them at the table.She never band the most happiest and
only his memory and hit tunes still exist. When will you set me free? discuss. The backbone of our goes out at the moment notice contented man with her in the

What can we say for the Prince. of Soul Land of plenty we all !know, society. She is the type of with Mary Ann because Mary world.
Except, the way, he died wa s very bold. not for the she husbandand in life is
But enough poor Ghetto. young lady who knows what Ann is angry with her The greatest thing
From capitol hill, wants and find out how to go by want to go out on the townto to know thy self. Where do you
Now let us summarize, Let freedom ring. getting it. She has very high let off some steam. She is fit?

Better yet, let us recognizeThe character, she knows how .----- _. -___ 0.. . _
king of soul -- the one and only My country who knows no defeat, to treat people, she knows how

.4 Nat "King'! Cole. Where we hate each other and riot in the to get people to treat her,even Open7Days-OAHtolOPH,
He lived the life of a true king
his castle lack street. if they have other tendenciesthat The Best Far Less At
did thing.
Never one
is in
Land where the Black man a Jam, they would like to projecton
He had all that any king could claim, But fights gallantly in Viet-nam. her.Basically,her life con-

t Respect, Fortune, and Famel! From Saigon, siijt of how much she can help
His songs' brought happiness to you and me,
Let Freedom ring deserving man to
Oh, but his death left nothing but misery.For somo young
better himself and in turn bet
he, was truly the "king" of soul
. PRIER ter her conditions and h e 1 p
To walk in his footsteps should be every youngartist's
goal. 4 meet her goals also through

f All we can do is say rest in peace" until then marriage. You will always see
ll When we'll meet In Soul Heaven. FLY AWAY BROTHERS FLY AWAYOh her in the right type of places
where ladies are ladies and
Now let us pay tribute to a new king
Who added his name to the golden chain, my oppressed Brothers our cry for free- treated like ladies.She is willing -
to stick the side of her
dom is Justified by
Mr. Otis Redding.Otis ,
Redding was his nan e, We are no more than the parakeet.The husband through thick and thin,

Some called him Mr Pitiful, ghetto is our cage and our skin.is our

they meant about the same. feathers .r .
1,
Oh, the way he died was a pity Miss Ann, keeper of the Welfare comes to feedus BIG PROBLEMS
And to think he was headed to the Magic City. and

He died in the crash of a plane, Hope that we chirp no more.A My wife's big feet
While on his way to entertain.His bird was born to be free and master the
in front of me
last recording "Sitting on the Dock of the Heavens,
createsa OVER
Bay" And so was the Black nun too. 40.60.CARS( SOLD
decision
Had he been doing that he might be here today. How long can the bars of this cage hold back big ; .
the unleashed they block my view, MUNICIPAL AUTO SALES AND SERVICE,
His songs were very unique
Because they expressed what his generationwas Fury which threatens to alter the course of I can not see FLORIDA'SAUTOMOBILE'

trying to seek. history? Johnny Carson

His songs reached their.goal But a parakeet is not a bird of prey, on television ..
Because they were all sung with so much soul. He does not expect to be free.

II "In The Midnight Hour," that's beautiful, Is it by accident that the eagle is the symbolfor . : ene.Griener .
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strength f :t ::; SUPERMARKET! '
"I Can't Get No Satisfaction, that's great,
"Try A Little Tenderness,"ob, how sweet it And courage? UNKNOWN
isand Emphatically, not! He flies with grace and AS ADVERTISED ON TELEVISION!
THE CAR YOU IUr TODAY
of course, "They Call Me Mr. Pitiful." poise and respect, Letters returnedare YOU DIIVI HOMI TODAY
AU of these songs are OK Is his to command. marked unknown IMMIDIATI OIIIVIRYI

But for Otis' sake, remember him Rise and be an eagle my Brother from seeds of love

As Just sitting on the dock of the bay. You are a parakeet no more.. once summer sown. 500 CARS!,

. PRIER

What can we say for these men, We planted them 15 YEARS-SAME LOCATION!
Except rest in peace until we meet again, upon our beach
When we hear the songs they used to sing, WAKE UP AMERICAWake high up so tide ALWAYS COUmOUl HUNDREDS$J41ISMIN TO OF SINE 1955'YOU

For some reason, in our heartsA could never reach.
THRU 1968's TO CHOOSE FROM
little bell will
ring. THE HOMI OP THE OllftlNAl 100% 6UARANTII
America and to
up liveup your creed
The good of
you,
Wake Americal! so the oppressed can be
all forever up
May you reign, the good of me,
in the swinging town of Soul Heaven. freed. we made a pledge -- MUNICIPAL AUTO
In heaven you aU will new sing Wake up America! and claim every man as . eternally.
So the entire Universe will recognize the "your own' SAUs& SERVICE
Kings! Wake up America! so every American can Now what remainson
say with new meaning this is my home. life's
grindstonesince
Wake America! and this wasteless
. Barry Brown blood up shed. stop love like ours 3061 N.W. 36th St.

Wake up America! and to the stream of Justice is marked, -- unknown........,...:..... ECONOMY CORNER-3111 N.W. 36th STREET
BLACK POWER TOO let all Americans be led. '
-Gene Griener 1:00 ..M: TO 10 P.M.
Wake up America! No longer must you procrastinate .' .). ,v OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

My Brothers we are in a Jam ... .
Wake America! and.when do awaken ;i':
Fighting like animals in Viet name up you -
Back home things aren't much better don't discriminate.Wake .
Lots: of hatred, blood is ghetting redder. up America! and tell your people what

Bill is at the end of his rope, must be done. ,The Mini-Brute presents
Only nine-teen and stuck ,on dope. Wake up America! So all your many peoplecan

Hank is still the smartest fool, live as one. the short payment hook.

First semester, he flunked out of school.
The rest of the Brothers; have nothing to do, . Barry Brown

But stand on the corner and yell, "BlackPower" .
too.
WHO IS THIS MYSTERY MAN

? PRIER WE CALL FRIENDIt's

MAN
getting late my brother

,,E ., Man win Nobel Peace Prize in chemistry.Man Not only time will tell
weild billy club with fierce savagery. Oh sure they tell you peace,

But can't you see you're Just a I
Mm make war abroad with obsession.Man puppy oa a lease.A $249 2-door Sedan I'
$49'71 ;
at home perpetrates oppression.Man golden fleece mist: surely be found more Down Per Mo. for 36 Months f fBUick's


immerse self in pseudo ChristianityMan They quiet take our lands, they call. us black, new Opel Kadei 2-dr. Sedan.

discriminate against those in minorityMan Then pretty soon there's a bullet in your back TEST DRIVE ONE TODAY AT-
Who is this mystery nun I portray

tell you you're equal in so many ways He's a rich man, a poor man, and a begger
Man move to new neighborhood in next few Now can you guss? Sheehan
"I days. Or do you dare say? BUICKENTIRE

Yes. . yes . I dare say,
Man is a hypocrite in every sense of the word He's that same pale man you

Man . ....../ . . . . . . . absurd! pay every day! 2300 BLOCK S.W. 8th STREET HI 4-1661 f
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Open Mon.,Wed.. Frf, 'til 9 PM and Tues.,Thurs, Sat., 'til S.PM k kr'

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28 THE, MIAMI TIMES' Friday, .June 28, '1968

-- with-- . Keith Named President Of Capitol' Press. Club/

Spearing ...,..., '
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\ ,j. WASHINGTON, D. c.--. Ralph Matthews, WashingtonAfro weekly newspapers; Ellsworth public information, for his
"i Harold L. Keith, information American, and Carl H. Davis, Washington Post, work with the National Advisory -
y y : : f officer for the'Agency,for International Simms, Washington Post. photography; Jess W. Lewis, Commission on Civil
Development,suc- Other. members of the board Washington Post, foreign reporting Disorders
ceeded prominent Washington are George M. Murphy, Afro- ; Dr. W. MontagueCobb The club's annual $500

.. newsman Lawrence A. Still as American Newspaper; CalvinW. periodical Journalism; scholarship award wentto
BY HARRY SPEAR president of the Capital Press Rolark, the Washington Ron pinkney,.WOL Radio,,radio -, Miss Sylvia Lumpanas
Club here last weekend at the former; Mrs. Viola May Warf, news; Harold Walker; Puerto Rican senior at the
organization's 25th ,anniversary Viola Wart associates, and WTOP-CBS-TV, television Anacostia High School in
MARLINS STILL ON TOP celebration. Lawrence Still,past presi Journalism, and Larry Still, southeast Washington.

Keith, former Pittsburgh
Although the Marlins lost a doubleheader to Lauderdale Courier editor, was installedas dent.The officers ,were installed
Yankees, they still hold the lead of the Eastern division by two president after Still,press after distinguished service
games, at the time of writing my column. After ,all we can't officer for the United Demo- awards were presented to Looking the
\ expect them to,win every game they play,there is one thing we crats fo r Humphrey, retired Mayors Walter Washington of
can say, they are pi aying a great brand of baseball. Their following two years service as the District of Columbia;
fielding and pitchlne are superb bead of the professional or- Richard G. Hatcher of Gary, SPORTSWORLD
plays made in the last few games, you'couldn't see any betterin ganization. He was a former Ind., and Ca, riB. Stokes of
major'leagues This is without exaggeration. I can't single staff writer for the Washington Cleveland, the principal
any, one player out more than the other, the only fault I find Evening Star and an editor speaker.
at times, is leaving too many on base, and hitting in a clutch. for the Johnson Publishing
.This all takes time to iron out, and in my opinion, Manager Co. and the AfroAmericarNewspapers. Silver anniversary awards ..r
Harry Malmberg is doing a tremendous Job with these young were also presented to Mrs. BY .ARMBRISTER, Over

players. He also asked me to thank all you fans for the thoughtof Other officers elected to Rosa Parks, Inspiration of the -
his speedy recovery from his recent attack of virus. Center head the club were; Samuel F. Montgomery Bus Boycott;
.') fielder Cliff Matthew, who attended Tennessee'A&T, with Miami Yette, assistant editor of John Dear, former assistant "MIAMI FLORIDIANS" IS A BASKETBALL TEAM
Dolphin Football star, Dick Westmoreland has broken the'all 'Newsweek Magazine, first attorney general for civil

time Marlin season record of stolen bases of 26. He has vice-president; William J. rights; and Clarence Mitchell, The Miami Floridians is the newnamechosen forthe newly
27 to the The season isn'thalf over. There is one Washington Direct of the
I t! up present. Raspberry Washington Post or
acquired basketball team of the equally as new American Basketball -
t I thing the Marlins have this year is speed. new addition to the columnist, second vicepresident NAACP. Association.
1 ''Marlins Johnny Oats who played tha latter part of the season
,
; Tomlinson Toddfree Robert Johnson, managing Coming up ,with a name of suitable taste proved much more
'last and ended with a 278 batting average is now lead-
year, up lance radio producer, cores- editor i of Jet Magazine, received of a transaction than transplanting the multi-UUon dollar out
ing the team with a 353 average,Johnny Is a catcher, Moe Hill,
Mrs.
ponding secretary Cyn-
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Minnesota to Miami.
the club's silver anni- fit from
282, Lew Beasley 280, Billy Ray 316, Larry Johnson 272. The thia
Matthews
press secre- Carl moniker "Miami Floridians not the most
Murphy
964 versary H. Jour The was popular
Marlins the with stolen bases fielding
are leading ,league ,
tary for Rep. John
Conyers
nalism Achievement Award on suggested; but won out over "Barracudas, because of super-
f and the lowest error department 69. These are reasons for
< f holding onto first place. This week's schedule Friday June 28 recording secretary: ; Mrs. behalf of the Johnson Publish- stitious fears of complications that might arise from the fact
return the Ella M. Bransome, public relations ing Co. for establishing such that a football team that never got off the ground was also nam-
following Friday
. Miami vs. West Palm Beach.They: consultant treasurer
; an outstanding record in the ed Barracudas.As .
July 5. Miss E. Josephine Lowery, field. The award is named for the name suggests all Miami Indeed all Florida is a partof
"t I All.FlORIDA CHAMPIONSHIP Washington Observer, social the late president of the Afro- this new venture tobring our state its share of professionalsport

Final of the 26th All-Florida Championship, richest stake 'columnist, financial sec- American newspapers. recognition it so rightly deserves.
retary, and Mrs. Yvonne
I on the Biscayne Dog Track calendar, will be run on Saturday Other silver anniversary
night; June 29th. Price, Leadership Conference Journalist ,of the Year Awards FLORIDA HAS SET SIGHT ON CALIFORNIA IN SPORTS RACE
Four first-round heats and two semifinals have narrowed the on Civil Rights, financial secretary were presented to Miss RuthB

11 I 32-dog field down to eight of the finest middle-distance grey- Jenkins, Washington Afro- Florida and California long time rivals in many natural aspects -
hounds at the track and they will be competing fo the winner's New board members are American, and Mr. Rolark for are now building up a new rivalry in the field of enter-

prize, of $15,000.Actually ----- tainment and sport. .
the All-Florida grossed $38,000 with some of the Businessmen. Urged To Help As it is now, California is miles ahead of Florida in this
money awarded winners, of the eliminations. The second-: new gold rush;but Florida Is not laying altogether dormant and
place finisher in the final receives $7,500, third gets $4,500, is making progress with some efforts to achieve some of the
fourth $2,400 and the next four $500 each. Junior ,Market TendersThe wagical,charm that is making this west coast state such a suc-

But there is additional cash and more prestige involved cess in this field. '
since the top four finalists will be invited to compete in the 7th EOPI ,and Community This youngster would sorta"In.umed" Previous to the Giants and Dodgers move to the coast\ ten
the outside of the
annual. Irish-American Championship, which gets under way Relations Board are asking years ago,California was already beckoning to the entire coun-
f 1'' next Saturday, July 6th. businessmen;; to Join in what store and Inform the manager try to come and partake of its fervent pastures which waS vlr>'
With a purse value of $25,000, the fourU. S. dogs will race ever one thInkS'w ill be one of of trouble The success has tually possessed by the Los Angeles Ram and San Francisco
against four crack Irish greyhounds over three different the most successful programs been in the deterrance of purse 49ers. r

courses. The first race will be over the 3/16ths-mile distance, here in Dade County. snatching, customer accidentsand In addition to the Giants and Dodgers California has lured

the second, on Wednesday, July 10th, over the 5/16ths-mile, This project has proven itself all operations.money savings'in the over- the athletics of the ,American League to Oakland and San Diego
and the third, on Saturday, July 13th, over the 1,815-foot Bis- in New England and The Relations has a franchise for another National League team. '
,Community
cayne Course brought about a reduction in Board and the Economic The San Diego Charlers and Oakland Raiders added 'more
street crime in the area it Opportunity lustre to football in California; while basketball is wellknown'with

DOLPHINS SIGN MIAMIAN serves and given low-income coordinating Program this Youth, Inc.Employment are- leaders such as the San Francisco Warriors, Los'Angeles
kids something worthwhile to and Lakers, San Diego Rockets, Los Angeles Stars and Oakland
Mack Edward Lam, the first native Miamian to play for the do when school's out. Program asking Oaks. '
Miami Dolphins, has signed his contract for the 1968 season, yoar support. Very soon our Hockey has even taken up resident in California and the
Youngsters 14-16 youth council members will
it was announced by President and General Manager Joseph years never to be forgotten Disneyland is one of the state's greatest
Robbie. from the neighborhood would visit your store and request attractions.,
be employed 2-3 hours a Please
employment.
Although he was on the taxie squad a good part of the 1967 to assist day give them Florida has sent out a few ripples on'the waves with the acquisition -' ,
operation. consideration.
season, Mack performed in three games as a defensive back. your your of the Miami Dolphins and now the Miami Floridians
And consequently he became the first young man born in Mi- (basketball); the prospective Disney attraction in Orlando will
ami (May 9, 1944)) to play in a regular season game for the "We are pleased so many thousands of the state's summer- no doubt light a brighter spark; yet there is so much to be
Dolphins. time visitors enjoy seeing Gulfstream," said Jimmy Donn Jr., done and so much to be desired and deserved.
After attending Dunbar grade school, Mack moved on to track president; "We feel the response is well worth the expense -
Booker T. Washington High School, where as senior he cap.., entitled.." FRAZIERELLIS MATCH LOOMS AS DECISION BATTLEJoe
,tained both the track and football teams.He then matriculatedat Gulfstream visitors are treated to beautifully landscaped
Tennessee A&IStateUniversity where he performed as both grounds that nurture a large variety of tropical flowers and Frazier's TKO of Mexico's Manuel Ramosin the second
k, a flanker and a defensive back. trees, the unique Garden of Champions and a colorful English round in defense of his diminutive world heavyweight title has
Last year, Mack was tried at both safety positions, and as a walking ring. definitely set the stage for a super match with Jimmy Ellis,
corner back. This, season, according to Head Coach George The Garden of Champions is a hedge-bordered area where who has claimed to the bigger part of the world title.
Wilson, he will be a corner back prospect. the names of star thoroughbreds which have raced at Gulf- This match could conceivably come-off late in August and
Married, Mack has spent the past off-season as a grade stream are immortalized. Bronze plaques bearing the namesof will give some clearance to the confusion which existed ever
; school teacher in Hialeah.He the horses, their owners and breeders and their, most mem- since the dethronement of Cassius clay.
signed with the Dolphins a year ,ago as a free agent. orable achievements are on display along with racing shoes

they wore. HANK AARON LONE '68 ALL STAR IN '69
The champions thus honored includes Armed, Battlefield,
KOTYS NAMED, COACH OF YEAR Bold Ruler, Carry Back, Crafty Admiral, Coaltown,Counter- Hank Aaron Is the lone repeater of last year's winning all-

., point, Dark Star, Decathlon,Kelso,Needles,Nashua,Northern star team; whether or not Aaron can leadhis rookie All Star
We congratulate Nick Kotys of Carol Gables for being nam- Dancer, Old Hat, Round Table, Swaps, Swoon'sSon and White Team to its sixth straight victory over the American leaguerswill
ed the high, school :Coach of the Year. It's an honor well deserved Skies. be
seen by a capacity crowd in the Houston Astrodome :
I as coach of the nation's No. 1 scholastic football team. A prime point of interest for race-goersandtourists is the and by millions via TV of the classics first night time venture I
A lot of the credit for Kotys' success goes to the fine play this, post-and-rail fence around the English walking ring. Each on July'9.
past,"season of Walter Lightburn, Craig Curry, Alfred Williams panel, 80 of them, is painted with the colors of a prominent -
Otis Sanders, Bertram Taylor and Gerald Tinker.The racig stable.
last two will be back in the fall and already are,being toutedas Gulfstream's clubhouse, turf club and grandstand rivals the 'Merchants 'who advertisein
stars who could help make Kotys)next year's.Coach of the' architectural achievements of the leading South Florida'
4 .. Year. hotels and motels.
incidentally, the word is out already for teams opposing the The Miami Times are

Gables to kick on-sides or out-of-bounds so as not, to give the DOUBLEHEADER
NEXT
fleet Taylor and Tinker a chance to return the kicks, WEEKA
telling
Look for the Miami Herald to feature and you they appreciate
Craig double
Curry Cyril. boxing header will be on tap Tuesday, July 2, at ,
Baptiste in anin-deptharticletocomeoutm, Tropic magazine Miami Beach Auditorium. ThetwolO-rounderswilltopa five-
bout card beginning at 8;30. doing business with

GULFSTREAM REOPENS The first feature pars two exceptional Latin boxers-- middleweights -
Wilfredo Hurst and Gomeo Brennan. Hurst is unbeaten -
Gulfstream Park will reopen for visitors to resume its place in America since fleeing Cuba some 15 months ago. you. They are courteous,
.... among Florida's leading tourist attractions. Although there Brennan Bimini Belter--is former British Empire mid-
will be no thoroughbred racing until March 5,the track will,be dleweight champion.
open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Heavyweights go in the co-feature and St. Petersburg boxer dependable. Shop where
There Is no admission charge of any type and children are Mose Harrell will attempt to erase an ear Her defeat to Cana-
h Invited when accompanied by an adult. Visitors are given free dian heavy Eddie Talhami who beat him early this year in Orlando are !
post cards, color brochures and other souvenir items. self Harrell comes off two winning decision over the hard- you appreciated
guided tour:of featured. hitting Tony Ventura.

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Reports Voluminous
ActivityATLANTIC j
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CITY. _"The come, accounting for 76.6 per Job discrimination in the con- BUSINESS DIRECTORYDRESS
sheer voluma and the wide diversity cent of the entire general operating struction Industry; lobbying to
of programs and ac- fund.,
secure enactment of civil
tivities" conducted by the Among major activities of rights and anti-poverty legislation -
1,775 units of National Association the NAACP during the year ; court, and community SHOPS LOUNGES ACCOUNTANTSE.

for the Advancementof were efforts to avert race action to speed school deseg- PATRICIA'S INC. EARL'S 4400 NW ZEBRA 7th Avenue LOUNGE 0. CU LME R
Colored People attest to riots and to restore calm in regation;legal defense of Ne- 5843 NW 17th Avenue Earl Edwards, Prop.SHADDIE'S Public Accountant
"the vitality. of, and continued, communities where conflict groes unjustly accused of 696.3515 Income Tax Notary
need for, a responsibly militant " erupted, campaigns to enlargethe crimes; educational programsto .DRY'S FASHION SHOPS 6800 NW 15th TAVERN Avenue Phone t 633-3735
civil rights movement, number of registered Ne- enhance the Negro's self- 6112 NW 7th Avenue Live Entertainment W..kendsUPHOLSTERY 5264 NW 24th Avenue
the NAACP asserts in its annual gro voters; a legal assault: on image Martin W. .Smith
report. S. L. McNEALBookko.ping
WANTEDResponsible FUNERAL HOMES & Tax Service
The 100-page report,cov- AL-'S UPHOLSTERY 1730 NW 57th Street
ering the 1967 activities of the party to make I payment of $9.00 or $61.20 RAHMINGS EVERGREEN 5509, NW 7th Avenue 691.2114
nation's oldest and largest cosh on a late mod*!. MORTUARY 759-8907
SINGER TOUCH & SEW 1744 NW 3rd Avenue
civil rights organization, waS Sewing Machine 371.8343MANKERMILTON
and in New York 'ZIG-ZAG included REALTORSBROWN
here I
released
OntfnoHir told for $182.40. Has automatic bobbin winder fc PWU i.ORIST
City Saturday, June 22, by twin needle... Monograms designs. Call mgr. anytime. REALTY
Executive Director Roy Wil- 685 WE WILL GUARANTEE 6701 NW 15th Avenue 4740 NW 7th-Avenue. KIaIDJ. ilerteasxor
WE WILL 691-9151 754-0655
DELIVER
kins on the eve of the 59th annual
NAACP convention which LAUNDRY &
opens here in Convention Hall, CLEANING SAVE UP TO 40%

Monday, June 24. Fresh Fish & Chicken WILLIAMS' ON 4)40 N.W.7th Av miMUrnl .
During 1967, the reportsays Daily TAILORS & CLEANERS Auto Insurance Fierlde
the NAACP was engagedin '1 .Day,Service Alteration ...
"every aspect of the Ne COOKED WHILE YOU WAIT ,4842 Phone NW 27th 634-9251 Avenue Liability Physical'
gro's drive for equality,dIg. CRACKED CONCH DamageSR
nity and Justice, in an integrated -; POTATO MACARONI SALAD AUTO REPAIREDW. 22 Filing
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Despite a slight decline in (South Door) $4,00 Minimum
membership,from 441,169 In AUTO INSURANCE PLAZA' INSURANCE Cod. 305
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nation's 20,000,000 Negro 5941 NW 7th Avenue 758-4371

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Lebbie Juliet Hammock to Mr. Night & Day Classes
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August wedding is plan- ,
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1 BEAUTIFUL HOLY .r(; :.. ((1)) 3 bedroom CBS, 2 Flo rooms, $450 .down,
$120 pays all.

ProtestDlltBible .

((2)) CBS, carpets and drapes. Ope-
: H locker $400 down. $96 pays all. '


\, ((3)) No qualifying. 4001 NW 19th, Ave. CBS
THE BIG'WHITE FAMILY' BOOK 2 bedr, om, 2 bath, dining room$700 dn, $25

SELLS FREE wk.

EVERYWHERE ,16x20 PORTRAIT
FOR $60 PAINTINGMY ((4)))1 No qualifying. 440 NW'17th Ave. 2 houseson
lot. $700 down. $25 week.
OF ROBERT KENNEDY

j PRICE $25 & ,MARTIN L. KING ((5)) No qualifying. 1174 NW 67th St. '3 bed.

room, CBS, $500 down. $25 week.
CALL 949-0363 BOOKS, ETC.

I See this offer In, your home OPEN EVERY DAY

WE ALSO HAVE THE NEW POPULAR 5 FORD REALTYINC. Broker
VOLUME NEGRO LIFE & HISTORY SETS

THAT ARE, WORTH $80 AT $30. 3639 NW 15th Ave. 635-4595


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.to":I :REALTYMOKEI. : King Realty, Inc. of Miami
I CENTERVILLA KINDERGARTEN'S' FESTIVALl I II t'
t, ;' : "'King SIe'Buys"REALTORS' 8000 NW 7th
I,i l A spectacular evening of en- savings bond; then she and DADE IS OUR COUNTY Ave,
tertainment was given to those each member of the court re- Y KINGDOM I
who attended the May fes- ceived awards. ,:, OPEN { DAYS. ;
tivities of Center villa Kinder They were then honored with w :"w , : .r ., .-. ,( CALL.6932tJ .
garten, May 19. dances of "Hansel and I
A vision of loveliness was Gretel," "How Do You Do My SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
f ''I the queen and her court. The Partner," "Shoemaker's Very thorp CBS at 3620 NW 179th St. Large corner -
< t l queen was Little Miss Janet Dance," ending with lot, Florida room, carport, rear patio, jalousie
\ p .Reddick, the daughter of Mr. special feature, the Mod windows, awnings, FHA price 13500. $450
and Mrs. Felman Reddick.Acting Dacners and the traditionalMay down. $90.10 month.(Opa-locka number 624-3666)).
King was Darryl Cox,son pole Dance.
1
I! of Mrs Gwendolyn Melton. ::::7:';; The crown bearers wereII' The evening was thoroughly 2 bath home. JQI'ou
(Lovely>corner 3 '.bedroom, CBS -
Sandra Kelley and Anthony enjoyed by all.The parents extended windows, fenced yard, pretty patio, bar-b..,
050 NW 84 STREET
Moss their appreciation to wall terrasio .floors, FHA .
teque, wall to. carpeting
II' The reign of the queen the persons responsible 1 i,prlce\J1onI1'\ $13SOOwlth $450 down and;$90.10 3 bedroom, ideal area, FHA terms, fenced, $100
should be long remembered; making this program a suc- ,mmo.:(Our Opa-loch number 6243666))..' I.> down, vetsGorgeous
for it was truly an enchanting cess, Mrs. C 1 e 0 r a Brooks,
evening. Mrs. Ruth Scott,and Mrs.Ruth SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS 3 bedroom, 91st St. FHA terms, only

After the crowning of her Copeland, supervisor. Modern 3 bedroom CBS, gravel roof, terrazzo $13,500.
-majesty, she was presented a Johnny McMillian, reporter floors I jalousie windows, awnings, well and NO QUALIFYING'

pump for lawn and shrubs, gas wall heater and 3931 NW 115 STREET
2Isf Session Of air conditioner, too. FHA price $13,500. $450 3 bedroom, 2 bath, no qualifying. What 'a buyl
I down, $90.10 month.

v 2180 NW 155 TERRACENo
I ."The Eleventh |,ENO QUALIFYINGHOME' 'AND' INCOME'<; ::J2 qualifying, gorgeous 3 bedroom, 2 bath, $93

B| '. ;bedroom'*.2,bath)"CBS; 'c and garage;In.bock'$ mo. includes all. See this' steal)
*2Yparfmeiit/Location; , 'at' 48 NW'48tL'St'li'a''ideal'neareverrthing. ; ,1'
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR .SE RVICE'HOMES
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Episcopal' DistrictTheme !- ,, .. Price, ,$16,5,00, .$3,000; ,
;#down,: and '$130. month.; Good .buy, Live .rent fre.1I!! FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWe \
1:!**" .,::1:'I. ' :' , i ,
; ,"Laymen's Chal- Mr. Frederick Wilson, con- ; : < I .r : specialize in homes for persons being displaced *
in Urban Renewal area, ,Miami Housing
and ference !
lenge Opportunity. lay president.
WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATIONVery .
Projects. Veterans call to see if qualify.You're .
Motto "The ChurchChrstthe you
: beautiful 3 bedroom 2 bath CBS
on lovely, call
only a phone
Way The Eleventh Episcopal lovely street. Huge carport, jalousie windows, away.
With these slogans herald- District Laymen's Organization wall heat, built-in kitchen, new appliances, 2
ing the forthcoming sessionsof comprising the beautiful patios, sliding glass doors to patios. Well worth
the Eleventh Episcopal Dis- state of Florida is one 01 me FHA valuation
$15,500$500 down and $103.57
trict AME Laymen Organization strongest and best organizedlay
month
Vacant, we have keyl I
plans havebeenformulated organizations in the connection -

for the lay activities by As we move forward ; '. : ..; AETNA REALTY
Mrs., Inez Sparks, director. into this session,we do so with 4 ,' INVESTORS AND RETIRED PEOPLE

State president, Felix N. a faith and understanding that 'r?We,?'have some: 5'nd.6, \unit rental properties' .
White is calling all state,con- hold the moral elements of all ",You.'con obtain. with reasonable down, ,, 446 NW 44 STREET
ference, district, local church the conferences together. payment.; Corner 2 bedroom, enclosed porch, carport/stove
| r. 'fV-ery..ulbl, and .glv .goodetu7n
officials and every Florida Each is : very ". '."jBMSjS01'110" and refrigerator $9,000. No $300
representative askedto J ,, dltel. 1 ,, .4' '," closing costs.
layman to be in attendanceat come prepared to work on \I : . 'I ; '\.,' .. ,;:il. j down (Vets & 22 people $100)) monthly $80.56.
the twenty-first session of any committee and to take an One 15 year mortgagedon't miss thisdoll house.
I the Eleventh Episcopal Dis- active part in the workshop.It EXCEPTIONAL HOME REAL SHOWPLACE! * *

trict Organization to be held at is hoped that at the adjourn- This 3 bedroom, 2 bath beauty is on 2 corner lots.
Mount Olive AME Church,Or- ment of this meeting, we shall Double carport, tile roof, oil heat, awnings, jalousie 5140 NW 12 AVENUENO
lando, July 3-5,with Rev.S.M. have spearheaded a new initia- windows, air conditioners, large modern QUALIFYING 2 houses for the price of
Peck, pastor; Bishop E. C. tive and taken anaggresive kitchen, wall to wall carpeting, one I Total $9,000. Only $700 down. Seller will
,. n Hatcher, presiding prelate and thrust ahead. fenced. FHA price $18,500.$800 down hold mortgage. E-Z monthly. Live in one"rent
$118.16 month and seller pays all closing costs. the other. Excellent l l investment. See now.
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CARLTON REALTY ,,: ::4t/;,;:.,,,, ,,::,\:,,:S) ,,'";j\' "" \.t.\ ,'<.:\'#?I."":' '::'. r:
r':, : 6735 NW 5 AVENUECBS
'3074 NW 19 STREET ""0, Corner 3'BEDROOMS11--- BATHS SWIMMING' OL;,,L... 2 bedroom, like new condition, large lot.
(Broker) : home on' large landscaped fenced I lot
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'q: Stove, refrigerator, air-conditioned, FHA $10,500.NO .
'r 693-4772 " awnings, jalousie windows, carport, large modern CLOSING COSTS $350 down. (Vets and 221
., CALL 635-3177 kitchen, ,appliances, afr conditioned, 26 ft., pool, people ) HurryHurryll!!
sprinklers, circular drive'', FHA $100)monthly$74.i34.Hurry
FHA-CBS 3 price $14,500, ':\
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1 $16,000, $1500 BDRM down,, 2$118 BATH mo., pays utility all.rm, cpt., t u\."$450. down;' 97.01 month.. A real .beauty., .' ,,,\;',.
1600 NW 112 TERRACENO
f FHA- CBS, 3 BEDRM, IVi BATH Flo rm Gar. QUALIFYING CBS, 2 bedroom, oak floors,
!1- WE HAVE MANY
extra bdrm MORE HOMES-
apt.rentIJor$75 mo.dncome$18OOO(
( )
,$800 down tile roof, stove and air conditioner, fenced yard,
$175 mo. pays all. YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR total price $12,750. Only $500 down. E-Zmonthly

FHA-CBS 3 BDRM 2 BATH, Liv rm, Flo rm, K'', $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VETOR BEING terms. Beat the rent man on this oneill!!!
." n din' rm, gar, screened patio, cen.heat, sprinklers, DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY * *
a beaut$20,500, $1,675 down$164
mo.pays all.
4045 NW l85 STREET
NO QUALIFYING CBS,3 big bedrooms, 2 real bathscircular drive,
r CBS, 2 BDRM I BATH, the rf, cpt. Can't beat built-in kitchen, air conditioned, central heat,
Itlt!!
$10,800, $1,000 down, $75 mo. pays all. 'REALTYBROKEF breakfast bar, carpet drapes, washer, dryer,
CBS 3 BDRM I BATH, gar. A. real VQlu.1I everything. FHA $16,000, $600 down (Vets $300))
$12,500, $1,000 down, $115 mo. pays all. : NO CLOSING COSTS. Monthly $106.34. This
home will not wait. Bring deposit now.
"OME&
INCOME MONEY MAKER 2 CBS "
J HOUSES on one 10t'77)U2.' $200 mo. income.p x 4932 NW 7th Ave.
( $13,500)500 down $100' WE HAVE
month. ,. OTHERS
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9-4371 :
; MANY MORE BEAUTIFUL HOMES & DUPLEXES

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I TUNE IN TO JON CARLTON in the Real' Estate .i:' ,.;. ," :'f
Corner, WMBM, 1490 KC, Friday 3(00( p.m. and f/""rt ,.':! ..,. 624-3666 , '1.1 811 NW 54th ST. PHONE: 757-5724
900 p.m. Get Real(' Estate formation and call One"'Ewenipus" St, ndol' $'Ifj &;"",*,<:,::"Jtl l;:'
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 28, 1968 31'1 f.' '

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CLASSIFIED I ADS 4 Of Disadvantaaed


15 WORDS OR LESS $1,50.: 5C FOR EACH -
ADDITIONAL
WORD George R. Williams was re-
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ABS TUESDAY 6 P.M. cently appointed coordinator

T .' of Vocational Education for the
FOR SALE FOR SALE' FOR RENT Disadvantaged. Mr. Williams

are a girl's best will be under the
DIAMONDS 3 bedroom, CBS ham with supervisionof ; ,
friend until she finds Blue small Lovely room, nice neighborhood supervisor of cooperative
efficiency, Very,very Near bus and NS Expressway
for cleaning carpets. ,. education. This
Lustre reasonable. Owner will 41: program
Rent electrict shampooer $1. cash offering. Com-consider business preter'wl>rklng ',.}, provided vocational educationtor
Star Hardware Co., 8747 NW or professional all cooperative programs
pletly
furnished.
Only$11,000 ma.n. To see call NE 5-4805. ..
for the
22nd Avenue. Drive by 320 NW . disadvantaged.Some .
33rdSt.then Also one room available forman ; .
'fq" of Mr. Williams' du-
call Fenster
move right In Realty, 7598779BEAUTY ,
No qualifying }.' ties are: (1)) Supervisionof
immaculate 2 bedroom, bath ,1#" teacher-coordinators In

enclosed sleeping porch, car- SHOP Furnished apartment Adults planning and evaluating class,
JOINS SPORTS
DEPT.
port tile roof, hardwood floor, 2 chairs plus 2 rental units, only. Ca11691-4764. WTVJ room Instruction which they

nicely furnished tool!$1600 excellent money maker. New -- Ken Stewart joins the WTVJ provide in the schools for dis- .

dorm $110 month pays everything area perfect locationplenty Room, nice and quiet. Middle Sports D&partment'as a advantaged pupils (2)) Main- -
of parking Runs from The following courses are
OnNW32ndSt.nearl3th Street age nun only. Prefer one cameraman reporter effec- taining effective liaison with
Ave. Atlantic and PciC1t1CRealtot' t o Street Drive by 1778 NW works during day.. Call 759- tive June 24, It was announced business and Industry for purposes Included In the program: senior -
95th Street then call us for all 3360 and Junior high work experience -
666-0411., Tuesday, by Bernie Rosen, of guiding teacher-co-
-- informationFenster Realty WTVJ director of sports, service station
ordinators to locate
Job
place-
Pretty CBS 3 bedroom 1 1/2 (Broker) 759-8779. Room In private homa for sales and service custodial
ments for
bath Florida room. Built in -- working woman. No children Stewart Is currently enrolled disadvantagedpupils services and building main-
; and (3) Maintaining tenance. These will be
courses
owen-range, fenced. FHA$450 OUR BEST 1740 NW 49th St. Phone: 635- at Miami Dade Junior
BUY fective understanding of the offered at 8 of 20 senior high i
dow $95 month. Vet. or Displaced 4078 College, north campus.
Total price $8,500, with only needs and apirations of disadvantaged -' schools and 28 of 40 Junior high
person $100 down Atlantic $300 down and $90 a month Room phone pupils and of schools In the county.
and Pacific Realtors
pays all for only 15 years. 6344313. Stewart's, awards and hon- changes and developments in

6660411. Large 2 bedroom 1 bath home -- ors include first place In this Dade County which affect opportunities
1 bedroom apartment 2 bedroom CITY OF
No qualifying modern CBS 2 with large eatin kitchen and year's Junior College Press for disadvantagedyouth

bedroom, bath, Florida room rear Florida room, wall to new apartment. Adults In Association sports writing of secondary school age. MIAMI BEACH

carport, tile roof, hardwood wall carpet beautiful a n"st building.. 446-7574.$50 deposit required competition and first recipientof CIVIL SERVICEU.S.

floor, close in town location. see. Veterans or displaced the recently establishedHerbRauScholarshlp.He Citizenship

$1,000 down monthly paymentarranged persons only $100 down with Required
Some
Large
rooms. private
Atlantic and Pacific near the bus and schools most served as Sports Editor of the
bath and private entrance
Realtors 666-0411. desired convient area. Call Miami Dade Falcon Times and HOME AWAY Automotive Bodyman: -
anytime A'Be' .Kori, Real- Call in person after 6 p.m. has been appointed editor of FROM HOME $4884566. Age 19-50. One
4758 NW 21st Avenue
2030 NW 89th St., $250 down, tor 759-2425. next year's paper. Tourist AccommodationDo year exp. in body and fender

$81.13 month. Lovely 2 bed- bedroom furnished you have a friend or work including automotive
apart
room CBS hardwood floors BEST ..REA relative visiting? spray painting.
ment. Free lights and writer Stewart is a native of St.
extra large lot. We have the: Total price FHA terms $14- 1870 NW 55th Ter. No child Petersburg, Fla.SEWING Beautiful private home for Automotive Mechanic I h -

key. Tubin Realtors, 7906 NW 300, with $450 down, this is a ren. 633-2937. rent. Dolly Basis. 466566. Age 21.55 Three
7th Avenue. Phone 691-4785. 2 bedroom 1 bath CBS with Air conditioned, wadi, valicarpetthrouqhoutcomplete
repairing cars.
-- yrs. exp.
large hardwood floors. Near *
MACHINE
East of Expressway, 3 bedroom busses and schools. A, Ben- Beautiful apartment and room ly furnished in good taste, Park Foreman I h $422-$538

CBS, with 2 Florida Kori, Realtor call anytime for 371-8965.comfortable living. ,Call 3 DAYS ONLYh beautiful porch, lawn furniture Age 1855. Two yrs. exp.as .

rooms, oversized lots. Tile 859-2425. flowers, fruit trees, yardman or nurseryman.
roof, hardwood floors. FHA and attractive front and
Furnished apartment w i t We will clean back Tree Maintenance Foreman:
price yards.
$14,000 $450 down
,
BEAUTIFUL DUPLEX ail and idjust
$93.56 month. Tubin Realtors, FHA terms totalprice$13,500with yard and porch. For Information any sewing ggc All Utilities Furnished 1 In- $4224538. Ag 2150. Two

7906 NW 7th Ave., phone 691- $450 down live rent free call OX 12426. machine of,regardless cludingClosedGarage& TV. yrs exp. trimming, spraying '
age topping and removing.
4785. rent one side. This is a love- Unfurnished In or condition Move right In

-6401 Miami Avenue. 3 bedroom ly property a real bargain ',u 11 l ding. Adults efficiency'$90 month new, Comfortable Florida living Clerk Typist: $34 .(<<.
the street from CALL SHOWN by APPOINTMENT) 1755. 40
right across Age wpm typing.
2
bath, tile roof, hardwood r''U: security. Fenster Realty
floors FHA Santa Clara School, don't miss Broker. 759-8779. . '685-1564' CALL 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Personnel
$15,500, Apply Department *
call 1 t
Ben-Kori Realtor
this. A.
,
691-5283
$500 dowu,$103.57 month.Tu- Miami Beach, City
759-2425: Weekends Hall, 1130 Washington Ave.
bin Realtors,7906 NW7thA\3, anytime One bedroom furnished Evenings '
696-2538 prior to 4iOO p.m. Monday
Phone 691-4785. apartment. Large and spacious through Friday.
DELUX DUPLEX adults only, references I

Carol l city. Modern 3 bed- FHA terms $18,000 down,this needed. $25.00 per week, plus

room, 2 bath, CBS, Fin room, is a custome built 2 bedroomin deposit. 1247 NW 77th Ter. .
live well rent free
bailt in kitchen, laundry and best area ,
only 8 years old tile roof,don't
utility rooms. $1,000 down, MALE LAUNDRY HELP
miss this. A. Ben-Kori Real-
$122 month pays all. Tubin HELP WANTED
Realtor, 7906 NW 7th Avenue. tor call anytime 759-2425. Loaders, pullers, extractor operators. Good

Phone 691-4785.. Tupperware Dealers wanted. PAN AMERICAN wages. Production bonus. Excellent company -

Beauty shop and wig salon, Car necessary. Call 693-0060 benefits, paid vacation, permanent fob.
good location, low rent, 3 (Jly 19))
Price $1400 '7808 NW 14th years lease, price reasonable WORLD AIRWAYS Must be 18 or over. Apply in mornings. No

Place. couple retiring. Call 696-2773 Experenced-- secretary wanted phone calls please.Ask for Mr. Findley, Na-

$3,450 2265 NW 57th Street 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. for law off ice.Phone 7 58-1871 The World's Most tional Linen Service, 1950 NW 1st Avenue.
$5,350 1901 NW 86th Street Experienced Airliner

$4,800 1798 NW 83rd Street BEER AND WINE BAR. Air- Beck's Barber Shop. 6612 NV18th NOW HIRINGSTEWARDESSES!
377-6728
371-6990 conditioned, first class Avenue
OWNER 49 j
NW34thStreet
equipped kitchen, plenty of
FEMALE LAUNDRY HELP
parking, machines, pay- rent, Operator. .wanted Busy
$350 DOWN FHA '!good location in NW section. salon on 91st Street and 17th To Fir All Flat work, feeders, folders. Good wages.

1396 NO CLOSING NW 60th STREET COSTS Phone 691-9353 after 2 p.m.' Ave. Call 751-7449 or 691- Six Continents. Excellent company benefits. Paid vacation,

Lovely 3 bedroom week days. (indef.) 9392. (Indef.) permanent fob. Production bonus. Must be 18
CBS, corner Mutt bi ilntfs' if* It thru
lot. this sell 21. H"lht II" te II". calls
Hurry will fast. WtlhMCIte1. .liia... or over. Apply in mornings. NO phone

Allapattah Realty, 633-0426. FOR RENT Good barber. wanted. ,Master ....Ith. Hid ",1M. Must please. National Linen Service. 1950 NW
or apprentice. Good pay guaranteed be huh wheel graduate.
1st Avenue. Ask for Mr.
Findley.
Nicely furnished room in pri- l'IIwt"a' .| a "re"elanguage.
$500 DOWN FHA Dave's Artistic Barber ,
NO CLOSING COST vate home for young lady, $12 Shop, 1090 NW62ndStreet t

1460 NW 38th STREET 'weel. All privileges. 1369' NW, (July 12) MIAMI INTERVIEWS
Lovely home 2 40th Street. 635-1078. Wed.
lots.Allapattah July 3rd

Realty, 633-0426. 5 ,yr. Service BRAND mw' ,
Furnished 1 bedroom efficiency Per Interview' appointmentCall Guarantee

3 bedroom 2 bath. Lovely area. apartment. Near 12th CHILD CARE '
.
Hardwood floors, carport, Ave. at 46th Street.Free week.elec- P.aOAm 637-2778 VACUUM CLEANER 4

Fla. room, nice kitchen,large tricity water. $19.50 635- Nice lady In clean"home will An dual'Opportunity tmpleyer
633-3109
home only $17,500.FHA Drive Adults 1073 only. babysit at ,night in.my.home. A Plan for Progress 0

by 1360 NW 88th Street, then 69 -0134. Reasonable rates, Company .
'------ SPECIAL PRICE
call for
us all information -

Fenster Realty Broker, 759- - - - - :
8779 563 NW 56th Street. Ow bedroom 'S16:5OEASY
I IFREEMAN'S
apartment, furnished,

3 bedroom FHA $14,000. Fla. including utilities. $18..0 per 7 ft. hose TERMS

room, hardwood floors, nice week. Owner 3581879. Rug Tool

yard in nice location. $100 to RESTAURANT Uph. attachment COMPLETE WITH ALL
Furnished 1 bedroom apart *
Veterans, others higher. By Ext. wands ATTACHMENTSFREE
;
and
ment. Electricity city 'NW *
8615 Crevice tool
appointment only. Call us to water included. Clearn,nicely ,
show this beauty. Fenster '.' .
693-0449. After HOME DEMONSTRATION
decorated.
'
22nd Ave. .,
Realty, 759-8779. 4:30. ., NO OBLIGATION


Better type of homo in lovely '1 bedroom air conditioned SPECIALIZING 'IN,: . J JI I ".. Call 625-1261

area 3 bedroom 2 bath,garage, apartment.; Ad u Its l only. 117 FINE'HOME-COOKED FOOD

hardwood floor, Fla. room, !j NW 70th St. Saturday morning ,v .-, Take Out Service Also 4
nice Domestic
landscaping, many other ** .''* Abbey
\
fine features. Drive by 1120 7740 NW 9th Ave. large house Otto Freeman, Prop.
.
.. .
NW 89th street. Then call us $125 lease. 531-3184 or 371- 15982 f HW 27111 Ave.
for '
all information Fenster

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