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Title: Miami Times
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Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: July 12, 1968
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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Vol. 45, No. 46 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY JULY 12, 1968 15*

st r e Hospital Employees

) k %; k4k I

e Seek Pay Raise

Jackson Memorial Hospital cent living at toe salary level
employes are paid so little, we're In now,' Bell continued p
they can't even make a decent as he told Welch he had been
living, aspokesmantoldAssistant an JMH employe for 13 years.
County Manager Hoke "We'want to be able to go to
:3a Welch Monday. the store and get a steak, Instead -
"We make even less than the of second-class stew
federal poverty level of$3,700 beef," he said.
a jr' a year," said John Cata, a The Alliance members
member of the executive board won't settle for a token five
of the newly formed Dade per cent raise," Cata warned Koontz Heads:
County Employes Alliance. Welch. "Things are just too
1yfitr'} .t'' Cata and nine other repre- high,' he said. "We make National
sentatives of the organization, more money before a five per
based at JMH, met with Welch cent raise than after becauseof
z. ? In an effort to get$1,200ayear taxes." Education
lot raises for the hospital's nonprofessional -. Bell told Welch many non-
w, employes."Nonprofessionals. professionals "were reques-
start at*' ted' to work six and seven- AssociationMrs.
day shifts, as well as double
\; $252 a month, and after six
11 months go to$262,"Cata said. "Somehow shifts on ,some there occasions.doesn't Elizabeth D. Koontz,
The federal government I the 'first to rise to the
pr f to be more Negro
seem any moneyin
level for 'a family of
; poverty
presidency of the National
the payroll check when we !
... four Is $3,700.But .
Educational Association was
Pretty bronze contestants frolic the sun in anticipation Saturday's another board member, .do The either Alliance, he said.members also I'Installed Sunday in Dallas,

crowning of Miss Universe at Miami Beach Auditorium. Shown are: Brenda Lonzell Bell said: demanded total medical cov- 'Texas \,

Fountain, Miss Bahamas; Elodi SargantMiss Virgin Islands; Victoria Martin, These people are only This get is erage for employes and their Mrs. Koontz, a special education -

Miss Bermuda; Marforie Broomfield Miss Jamaica; and Sandra Croes, Miss ting merely$3,090ayear.another governmentalagency families, Instead of the partial I teacher from BaUsbury,
the hospital has J N. c., took over the reins of
Aruba. Photographer Jay Baker of the House of Photography captured perpetuating poverty." program I the i'.l million-member organization -

'- the beauties on, picture-taking day at Baker's Haulover Monday. "We can't even make a de-' now."Do you think you can run I II from Braulio

it (the hospital) without us?' 'Monso of Tampa.
a4 ., 0.\: \':;:"'f..: '" :I/,.' I i asked another board member 'She said the NEA must be ai'pacesetter
.',,.iII>I I .' I I, ratherthanslmp1
told toe Assistant
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: .., ;<,. ",:) County'Manager;' ly another trotter In the field h
.., < 'r'We'reijuekfryingtonacea ) deciding which direetioIedu4
:;"I .. .. ,. .,J: .' ,. I i! decent living. Nothing more, cation in this country tlast-

i 9 .N"rtiea, ) W-! ; ", ." I l "> ,:.."t ',:,, { .')tf nothing Welch-less told' the group toe- ,go.Mrs.' Koontz also said the

Thelxa; rara :teleellrt;"_"WTTJ' ,: CM U J t,' ,"" l' county was making "everyeffort 'NEA must move quickly away ;'
plcted'padesraesl'prableas iRsrai'aalatttmes. ," to bring these wages up.' from i iI traditional thinking:and
.w.tteUfit.:.. T..p..u'J'b .general. .,tone, ,of- ibe'p program went,'som""*, teg. ,, ,He, however, could not J promote the concept of schools
,.. I s. I"as
promise raises above those learning centers with pu-.
"Oh,I ksow we have problems: herein Dade County, but lookeybrpbody listed in the proposed budget I pil-printed curriculums and
Is making a sincere effort to solve it as fast as pos... which has been submitted to 1 with qualified teams of teachers -.
sible. I Metro Commissioners. directing the learning:*'
'ft,natters little that the leaders of tbt black and white com-
inanity of pade were represented on the program i
But:what does.matter Is the fact that the militant and young
blacks w r8. ,.NOT'represented,.on ,toe .program.' One viewer
comnawital ,a" ?+''ct:,jniitwrt ptojrfe..oo that program here
City: .rai sioa.. 11.Atttaiift'fcui and*j.Georgia JOMS, .a '
ttw jriit;_J "_.hack aadajtrwowtaiewryftli l ,." 'gvw B rnle i-i
Qpjy; tn.-most:o t polw! militant tb. ctty..nade, comma: ,
p ....Jwd. .... ..: -

r : 1'boIIh've do not one entirely,wtto+ tS*,Vtaw's,
.!>f. sitM...we mart remember feat the a.tnfSj
4M w..iilid. .utt.. ...WIMDO ,. _. '.... ... .1a".1,
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'W1ni 'lte1r ... $ ..j, I Iackedmudt'M .
I .," cod! tya* o*,i.dpa, +Jooa tdjtioft'J(,_ pro..
:::. laaeJ'Pb1'"**pwrcewjiariwntottopotato. : *,,taKterestteg
I: COMMIES PICK NEGRO "!and at times treated debate of a national panel die*' 1 n,+
cuefiiog the nation's racial problems which: preceded toe JDadeversion.

NEW YORK-A 38yearold representative of American .., ,.r
Harlem woman will be women leading struggle,"to , tlrrfortiely:,:'aayofte,: viewlag,_ttw Pl'ogram WOTiW believe,
the Communist Party's presidential end the U.S.agressloo against fcr tee moat part,.feat everytbtag: :was brlghtaad rosy' ,ta DAde
candidate. Mrs. Char- Vietnam." Cowrty,.Brotber it's not. .. .
lene Mitchell, a Negro, was The vice presidential nomi- Ttere aSc: raaay,"many' oagewbickm st be corrected' be- .r
nominated Sunday at the end of nee is Michael Zagarell, the23yearold forenwe :can makea: clalm.UIIe IM-t..An4 we areJ losing.time
the convention: of the CommuniSt -., director of the ',our*.fight to equalize and liberate the black wan in Dado
Party, U.S.A. ''Party's youth, program. But fin Unless, sincere and honest* efforts from all are,evl- ,
"We plan to put an open occupancy under the Constitution of the d in: the next few' months,.. we shutter to..think what they
sign on the White United States he would be ineligible [consequences could. be. p
House lawn' Mrs. Mitchell for the office f/ The summer job program; (s$ prime example of tots.comhiunity -I ,
said, "and we propose to puta The Constitution requiresthat "dragging its feet 'local; ; businessmen were asked to E woman in that house to beautify the President be at least make ;available 2,600 jobs'for ghetto youths Instead of 2,600 \
not only our highways but 35 years old, and the 12th )Jobs the bU$1nessman'came through with only 534 jobs The, I LSL-
to beautify our lives." amendment says "thatnoperson effort' by the City of Miami and bade County governments was !
constitutionally ineligibleto asmall, one too. No one did enoughof the right .thing -- give
The nominations were con- the office of the President these young people jobs and let them learn some responsibilities. ,I
sidered a surprise, since shall be eligible to that of Vice .
Party spokesmenhadsaidthey President." rt This summer,there are 5,000 youngsters playing In the Liberty -
were certain General Secre- Zagarell not awaiting '? Square area, who are under absolutely no sUp fv1s1on. Debbie's One Of The GangMiss
tary Gus Hall would be namedas trial as a result of an arrest |:This shouldn't be and can not be allowed to exist in''our com-.
the Party's first presidential during an anti-draft demon- rauhity. :
candidate since 1940.Che stration in New York. i '_. Urban Renewal has displaced many people out of their:; Debbie Reynolds shares her seat for the
was chairman ofapanelon The nominations comm't- (,homes. And some have had none to go to, This, likewise,.isa; judging of the "Stars Over Miami" amateur talent con-
"black liberation" during tee submitted Mrs. Mitchell'sand pitiful situation and a harsh Indictment of the Dade Countv'community's test at Carver Junior High School with little Dwight
the four-day meeting. Mrs. Zagarell's name to the efforts. to keep, ,''a long,..ICOOL summer Smith of Coconut Grove. Miss Reynolds gave a $500
Mitchell has been a Commu- convention. They ware unani- w;din'':Dade county have,much ip be''proud of, but citizens scholarship to the winners, and pledged one for the
nist for 22 years. mously chosen by'the dele- who &iri; 'Wiyj/tron toeirTV'setsy\wito, thoughts to fey same amount the final winner at Miami Stadium August

Hall said Mrs. Mitchell gates. .th....i..._ f'tf,here'is'' iii1'f._ 'm.-_,lO! .rztt.........;:'-_'r"";....areatvaken......_-.r .. +,24. Miamf'Metro News Division photo.

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I First Rent Subsidized Housing Opens For Dade Families I

Dade Coocty's first boosbg: $59CM a year to pay tbe landlords midge: income fI mR'01,, tfle same amoont of supplements. each of the ten three-bedroom house project in toe Urban Re
project for the poor Cat will the difference weenwbat decry Cat the experience will units. Subsidized families will nJueatobeopentedby
be operated jj private eoter- the poor tens can pay gtre them: mere mjtjratkn and One of the advantages of be required to pay 25 percentof Ecumenical Developments,
vise: wffli goveruaeai subsidy and tbe market rest Beeaxse social ap1IR. moving poor families into rentsupplement their Income for rent. The Inc., a non-profit church
iaeUdes salts for law znd not all the teaar*! wm be casdbstty projects is mat if government will pay the re group.
moderate bcome timings. this allocaticaw&lberedaced. Tbe project win be boeiecopnrairaTTy a family's: income rises above mainder.
: sad: racially tte- tbe s> s1dy limit it does not
A C2OBittagat5W13SCaStreetand30Gi aartmet bai1d- grated.; Ttree cCtbefanUUesscbedsled bare to more as is the casein Developers of the pro-

: One cf the cb jects of fbe rests to more ta are If e- ptttic boosing. The famOy can ject obtained an FHA-guaran- 7X4VEL6UK&UA
A venae, has been: bnUt: sad is six centinterest
TIerrrat program Is to eD- era. stay ca and pay all the rent it- teed mortgage at per "Yew H.iphb.rb.od' T.I
owned byatUl.4luuCWbcb amount of
able prime tstt wbe b parUd selL In the A,....."
s BaS Rice president; ; to fa the IIIaIIsmc: d tuai- Low tyyT": ** trrurrs for the $566,700, which represents 90
David Ackerzaaa vice president lies o wbq C income is so law project were selected and Market rent on the buildingis per cent of the replacementcost. ....r f. you .* your
;and Max: Ccgea, secretary Cat they are eligible for pobAnotber screened bJCbeeertftJed laadlcrds, $105 a month,wita an utilities f.lphA .. Civ 1104* MS NW_ cell.If .

-treasurer. lie hoes g. oca by the FHA Of included, for each of the Av* PR 9-0431. Chic.&C.
fice. Yearly: checks win term 22 one-bedroom units; $120 a The only other rent supplement "ert". M..,.r.
Half tbe tenants la tbe bonding
: jecdre is to nix by FHA to determJae wbeCber **:*:** for each of the 32 two- project definitely scheduled -
win be low income families
poor BnaOiyt iabizilSingsw h they stfll are eligfeie for the bedroom units aodJ 140 for in Dade Isa46-unittova-
wtese:: rest: will be partly .
paid b7 the federal covenuaest
ender its new real sappfemtfit: !,
program: The tenants: on coosidy IIuIIuI

and those paying Ml mar ,
btnatwmldbe madegea- ".

en.! knowledge, federal boos- .,.
q cmda1s sU1.'De 100 ., .' 'r : '

Federal HoosiagAdreserved- : 0 '>>
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U.S.Delegates ror .o ,., "'Jt.

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To Finland .'

words. i'
Urs. Ida C. Clark >ban .
Ctrooe&oit Florida as the for \
mer Ida Lee Cofcer ef Ocala
will at t e n d tae btenatiaalCcdereoce

of Social Welfare,
vMca: wiD CCDTeDe HelsiatI .
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Fished from August 18 K. f; .- - o '1'11... '
This will be ber bird time to '+'.". o
be aa approredrepresestatiTefcr -

bis wCCld-T de rrrJm'1 bY-
fag attfadfd ia Home Italy laI960
aadAtheas Gree&eia19&I.

She served as the secre-
}U1-reporter of the sfssknspa : '
Juvenile DelinqpeDcy and
Community Planoio: ia Rome.
At fiat time, she vas working
w2a: the Mexican American -
(deliaqnae&O ca a project
ia Los Angeles ia the Watts


Urs. C lark, aa honor stu- ..
deat from Howard Academy R1 Sn

(oow Howard W6bScbool).,has
spent over fin years ia social -
welfare,fire years b eda-
catioB, and more recectlj! fire
years ia pdbllc relations and
commonicatioas: for oca profit -

corporadoas.b: .

Jane she completed a
series of adult ffr-tfr*? sad

workstop courses ia Adraaeed -
Peblic Relations at the
Charles Morris Price School
of the Poor Richard Cldb,
PoDadelphia, wbfle workiag ..:.;

part time as tbe P.R. Director "" :. :; S
cI the Forelln ICssioa
Board, National Baptist COB-
She will blaze a new trial ia : :", '"

Finland as aa adrocate of Improved i r
social welfare aDd poblic ;
relations b'tae DAb- e- '. oit\" ,
,' "
veloping cooaJries of Africa '
where tbe Baptist support :
mfssicm: aM SCbOOlS. . 4 4kW

t" ,\. $
,. $ \ 'Z'

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newest four year liberal -
arts college which opens
its doors this September on a Y wwwdr

completely DeW campus atNW
156m st. and: LeJeme Rd.,may
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Friday, July 11 and 12 at tine Kodak Instunatlc\"Coor( outfits.

Everglades Hotel-phone: 379- From less than
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Mrs. Frances iCEagleson,
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_____ TIMES, FfidoyJoly.l2,. 1968 -. 3. ,.

I .' 7 Drownin Ji

Boating :

'I .'',, ; ik Y rtA Mishap

ff I I LAKE'WALES.Sixchildi i
d t ;
ren and an adult apparently 1
drowned when a 10-foot boat ;

fA In which they were riding cap-
/ sized in small lake '
a near
#/* : h.i---- \ :1L-4L here. I

1 One child was rescued when
rLDR the boat sank in Lake Easy,
tiiT: ] about Wales.five miles south of Lake

as WlllBm Harrell, 35,the

I Five Administrative Change Florida A.&M.: Jennings operator of the;Carolyn boat; Jones Sheila,

; Cynthia Jackson,Jimmy

TAL LA HA SS E E.-The college of arts and sciences. Leedell W. Neyland, former articles on the education of the Ed.D. degree from Indiana Clay, 9; Rhonda Tucker, 10.;
executive committee ofthe A Magna Cum Laude graduateof professor of history.Dr.Ney- Negroes in the south. University and Cynthia Clay, 11.

Board of Regents recently approved Dillard University, Dr. land received the A.B. degree Dr. W. E. Combs was pro- Dr. Leander J. Shaw will be The sheriff's.department
five faculty promotionsat Rhaney received his M.S. and from Virginia State Collegeand moted to chairman of elementary the new associate dean of the said two bodies'were recovered -
Florida A&M University. Ph. D.degrees at the University the M.A.and education in the school of FAMU school education.Dr. soon after the late afternoon
Moving up to dean of academic of Michigan.The from New York University. education. Dr. Combs received Shaw, a former Rosenwald tragedy and the lake was being
affairs is Dr. Mahloo new dean of the collegeof Coauthor'of "The history of his B. S. degree from Claf- fellow, received his A.B. degree dragged for the bodies of the
C. Rhaney, former dean of the artsandsciences is Dr. Florida AfcM University,' Dr. lin College, the M.Ed. degree from W. Virginia State other five. They are presumed -

Neyland is the author of many from Atlanta University College, bis M.A.:degree from drowned.
uieumversuy 01 Aucniganana Sheriffs deputies said witnesses
his Ed.D. degree from Penn reported the boat over-

Saves Drowning ,Manble State University.The turned as Harrell was makinga
new director of the Vocational sharp turn.A .

On the afternoon of the 4th Job with IBM.-He is the son Technical Institute is
of July a visiting swimmer, of Dr. and Mrs. George H. Dr. Thomas A. Jackson, for- vacationing deputy was at
the lake for
a Fourth of July
mer director of Research and
Willie Hall, 35 of 753 NW47thSt. Greene of 1080 NW 85th St.
outing and assisted in the
Grants. Dr. Jackson receivedhis
., swam out into the middleof .u."_.. ....n.._ ........_._m.m_ cue of the child who
was sav
B.S.and M.S.degrees from
the 42 feet man made Arcola
Lake on NW 85th St. Minutes Tennessee State Universityand ed.
later he was in serious the Ed. D. degree from the multiple drowningswere
among the nation's worsttragedies
University ofTennessee.
trouble. His chest surfer
on Independence
floated and he
away began
Sk franklin Federal I Day.
struggling for survival as he

went under Growth Second SEWING MACHINE
Lambert Greene, who was
Franklin Federal the smal-
visiting his parents at their ,
lest savings and loan institu- 3 DAYS ONLYWe
private beach on the lake,
tion in Dade showed the
heard the call for help.
ond increase in assets will dean
; largest
former life
Greene, a guardatVirginia
with 17.8 per cent in figures oil and adjust
Beach swiftly swam any sewing
out to Hall's aid. The rescue released for the first six machine re* 9'
F v was difficult because the months of the year. Franklinis tardiest of age

swimmer had virtually passed _._._._._ the only integrated savings or conditionCALL r 1
---- -- institution in the
out and could offer nohelp.As county.
i- sS .Greene was bringing him Inhe LAMBERT GREENE Franklin grew from _t
$8,740,000 in 1967 to $9,898000. ,- 6851564FOR :
: yelled for a'life preserver.Ted . . Saves Swimmer
Reaves, who also lives on
the lake, threw one out but it .1
failed to reach them. In the i

was approaching them with his
mother's boat,and assisted MODERATE RATES-CALL

with the rescue. i f

Assistant To Vice President At Lambert immediately gave BONDED
Hall artificial respiration assisted -

Miami-Dade Junior CollegeA by Fred Poitier until the i
police and rescue squad arrived. RENTAL I
young educator who received his Master's degree this Hall was taken to North I

summer from Atlanta University has been named toa top ad- Shore Hospital and later listedin t
ministrative position at Mlaml-Dide Junior College. fair condition. Hall a good
,Timothy McDonald's appointment as assistant' to the vice swimmer had been seen pre AGENCY

president of the multi-campus college's new South Campus was viously swimming across the 1
announced by Dr. John L.Forbes,vice president and chief ad- lake but according to William
ministrative officer of the campus.In Murray, the lake dweller [ J
addition to his Master's in Education Admiistration whom he was visiting had Just 4 O S

Supervision from Atlanta, 27-year old McDonald hols a B.S. in finished eating when he went c

Education from Oakwood College,Huntsville,Ala.He was also out to swim again. THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND!
of Oakwood's Laboratory School before going into
graduate work.
Born in Pittsburgh, Pa., McDonald is married and he and champion and High later swimming captain of IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIESA

his wife, Beverly, are the parents of three young daughters. the Morehouse College swim-
They'live at 5330 NW 29th Court, ming team. After graduating fleet of cars and collectors give? door to floor service for '1\\;

An enrollment of23,3411astyear made Mlaml-Dlde the lar- from Morehouse he and his tenants convenience i
gest institution of higher learning in Florida and one of the wife Alma
Bellamy Greene community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent
largest Junior colleges in the nation. In excess of 25,000 stu- moved to Poughkupsie, New free," furnished I air condltlon.d for,OIIr comfort and enjoyment.A .
dents are projected for this fall. York where he has a responsiAR'l.i4f -
public relations department to assist you with your problems. _

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CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director

.' ,".'. .j.. .f// .j .j ''i ," . If I am to enjoy a better life, others must live better too." L. L. Brooks.T


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Bayard <1

To Be Equal Rustin

Whitney Young, Jr.
Office: 6S30NW 15th A".., Miami, Flo.33147-Phone: 691.0421H. By ', "
Executive Director
E. SICISMUND REEVES. Editor ond Publisher National Urban League SpeaksDid i
GARTH C. REEVES Monoging Editor 4" ; 'J

STANLEY I. SWEETING Theatrlcol Editor "

Notional Advertising" Representative That DiedWhat Miss The
Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. The Report Congress BoatA
310 Madison Avenue, New"York. N. Y. 10017
Member of the Notional Newspaper Publishers Association Commission report? great deal was mide in the press and in the Congress of
to the Kerner
2400 S. Michigan AveW., Chicago, III. 60616 After every last summer's happened riots, the President appointed a bluei i the thefts, beatings, shootings, and other activities alleged to
taken place a Resurrection City. Strangely, this is
SUBSCRIPTION RATES ribbon commission headed by Illinois Governor Otto Kerner i have pre-
ONE YEAR 55.00 SIX MONTHS S3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 1 to report on the causes of the riots and to suggest remedies. and for the Poor People's Campaign. Both dramatized
Whenit City
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post; This past March the Commission delivered its report. and the
of the Congress nation what
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act. of March 8, 1876 was published in paperback form, it became a national best- before the very eyes ac-
seller. tually happens among people who are grounded in poverty --
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The the acts of violence which frustration,deprivation and desperation -
NEGRO PRESS believes that America con best (lead
the world from racial and national antagonism when it accordsto The Commission put the blame for civil disorders on our drive them to commit. Resurrection City was:: Indeed a

every man regardless of his roc. creed or color his human i "r a cis t" society, pointed out the way prejudice k e e p s the reflection of life in the ghetto and other centers of Negro im.
and legal rights. Hating no man, Loring no man-the Negro'
andadvised some good
walls poverishment.The
ghetto growing higher day
Press strives to h.lp.v.ry man in the firm belief that all men' ( every ,
are hurt as I long as anyone Is held bocltIe common sense solutions to our racial problems.It Congressmen, therefore, missed a great opportunity.
called for jobs for all who could work, better housing, a Rather than throwing up their hands,condemning conditions

I guaranteed annual income, police, educational, and other re- that existed in Resurrection City, demanding that the poor be
ditnr''S ntebnnh forms. It was hailed by people from all walks of life as beinga chased out, and that the city be torn down, Congressmen should

thorough, comprehensive report on our racial crisis,and I have used the opportunity to commit themselves to the spend-

A TOUGH PUZZLE ;many people hoped its recommendations would be put into ef- ing billions of dollars to destroy the real ghettos, build more

fect as soon as possible.But decent communities, and eradicate poverty.
Young men 18 years and younger, are qualified to take up Besides, if the Congress had been addressing itself to the
arms and fight for their country. In Vietnam some have already nothing happened.
and the of the
Iproblems of the problems ghetto long
poor ago,
The is still there it still reads well but practically
given teir lives. However,young men must be 21 years report need for the
there would have been no Rev. Abernathy to leada
old before being qualified to vote. Am I right or am I dream- 'nothing is being done to follow its recommendations.Part in .
Poor People's Campaign
tog? of the reason could be thata lot of people were hostileto
is naive in case for to expect that serious
any anyone a
the way the report said we were a racist society. Sure, the
the and the needy against ,the intolerable
ANOTHER CANDIDATEFrom word is a nasty one, but it is true, and the truth always hurts by poor
'conditions which they live will be as prim and proper as a
New York comes news that there will be a Negro cani i little.
soriee the of the American Revolution.
by Daughters
iidate nominated for the office of President. Whats more the
But calling America a racist society doesn't moan that creates frustration and breeds unhappy conditions and when
:andldate is a woman and a member of the Communist Par k.
She is Mrs. Charlene Mitchell, 38, a former resident of Los everyone in it is racist. The term has to be seen In the context the poor protest these conditions the style and intensity of their

tngeles who now lives in New York City. Mrs. Mitchell was of cur social, economic and political history. protest will inevitably reflect the desperate nature of their sit-
Black people came here in chains, were exploited and deprived uation.It .
:bairman of a panel on black liberation during the four-day
of their rights after emancipation, and still suffer disproportionate is that the of the
special convention which ended Sunday at the Hotel Diplomat significant symbolic City Poor -- Resur-
She has been a Communist for 22 years. unemployment, poverty, sickness, and other rection City -- was built near the foot of Abraham Lincoln's

The vice presidential nominee, Michael Zagarell, 23 year- social ills. And prejudice is widespread, even if open bigotry statuea man who more than hundred years ago had to,con-

Did director of the party's youth program, but under the constitution is considered not respectable.In front a bloody civil war because be refused accept the idea

of the United States he would be in eligible for the of- that sense, no one could deny that this is a racist society. of this nation existing half slave and half free. Resurrection

!3ce even if elected. The real question is: do we want to remain one? City is further proof that that war is not quite over yet, be-

Mrs. Mitchell, said they planned putting an pen occupancy The very fact that the Kerner Commission Report has not cause the conditions which victimize the poor are not only
sign on the White House lawn.She is the great granddaughter been implemented shows that the nation doesn't have the will legacies of the days when this nation was half slave and half

rf a slave. .. 1 to act to end the effects of racism. free but also examples that the country is increasingly becom-

The ambition of these young people certainly serve as a Racial equality, urban progress, and ending the poverty ing half poor and half rich. There really could have been no
Topic for discussion if nothing else. It could be said without which imprisons millions of our fellow-Americans in bitterness more appropriate place for the poor to congregate and pettion.

Joubt that the Russians will be highly pleased. ought to be at the top of the list of national priorities. this country than in the shadow of Lincoln's memorial.

Isn't it wounderful to be living in the United States_ the 1 Instead, its closer to the bottom. Finally, Resurrection City helped the nation to seethe dire

nest country in ,the world? Iz's truly the land of the,free Even though a tax hike just passed, the cities and the poor 'consequences of poverty on human life and what the conse-
are being shortchanged. >In fact, the poor will have to pay 'quences may well be for the country if people are continually
PRINCESTON NAMES ASSISTANT DEAN double taxes-- the 16% surchange, and again In higher rents forced to live as badly as they do. It has also made clear for

and bills because companies will be passing their new taxes on all the nation to see that the poor--black,white, Puerto Rican,
Dr. Carl A. Fields recently appointed as assistant dean of {to the consumer. Indian, and Mexican American. are in motion and that they
Princeton University is the first Negro to be so honored in the intend to stay in motion, until their needs are justly met.
history of this 221-year old university. Large farm owner's still get fantastic amounts not to grow

Dr. Fields was assistant director of student aid until July 1. crops, billions are being spent in the space program; the Vietnam -

He will continue in his role as advisor to the campus assoc :- War casts$30bi1Jooa year;an anti-missile defense system -
tion of Negro collegians and Boson between the university and| which some scientists have said is already obselete is being 1 ,LETS
the nearly Negro community. planned at an eventual cost of over $40 billion, and the
world's richest nation tells the poor that it can't afford to build TALK

the homes,schools,and provide the jobs to end poverty and rebuild a..

If s a scandal; a national shame. People around the world /4ipPoLITIisF
Xavier University Louisiana, has appointed Mr. Norman
are looking on us with disbelief. A small country like Sweden
?. Francis, who received his undergraduate education at this BY NORMAN E. JONE_
institution, as its president. has managed to bring a decent living standard to all. England,
j hard- pressed as it Is, provides free health services and afamily
3.B.S.announcing, board chairman the appointment stated that Mother it represents Mary David the continua-Young j allowance to all. Most European nations have little or While these Immigrants and their descendants from the

Jon of a reorganization program initiated three years ago to ,no unemployment. "hate-filled old world were busy ringing "liberty bells"
But here in America, which can easily afford to rearrange establishing the custom off
reate a greater Involvxnent of laymen in the administration its Independence Day oratory all about
af the university. We must make full use of available talent of j priorities, hunger and povertyancbltternessstUlstalt the all men were created equal," freedom, liberty, justice, re-
the board chairman said. Report gathers dust on the shelves. wise celebrating the signing of the declaration of IndependenceJuly

Francis succeeds Sister Marls Stella S.B.S., university 4, 1968. It seems like these "immigrants" neglected to

;resident, since 1965, who will remain at Xavier resuming PHIL send out'"smoke signals" to the American Indians who had

aer former role as director of the Education DlYlslon,- OSSOFERToday "bomesteaded here for quite awhile, that they had just been
ditiooally a strong area of the unnlversity. freed from the "political and economic" tyranny of"old king

The 37 year old president is no new comer to the adminis- I'm well-regulated militia be- George.'

ration of the university, which was established by the Sister subject eve never necessary to the security So the American Indian don't celebrate on July 4, unless you

of the Blessed Sacrament, in 1925 to offer a Catholic to deep my life . a gun. r m a free state, the right of the count "Wild West Shows" in which he gets killed by the U. S.

south Negro youths denied admission to area colleges. the present system to keep and bear arms Cavalry arriving at the nick of time to save the isolated

which anyone can not be infringed." "homssteaders, Fort or wagon train."
without having to In fact nobody yet has
gotten around to telling the Indians
PASS GUN CONTROL LAW J Fm against Harold 'that the"liberty bell' is
JI L. ringing freedom and liberty" for
I guns, and am ready to in his luncheon 'thera-also Since the "American Indian' did notserveout his
The action by the Metro Tuesday in refusing to adopt a gun j it out" with the on'Bights and Duties' "American citizenship requirements'
as a slave for
controlla.., which would have called for the registration of all Association (NRA) . the recent Baha'i-spon- "old world immigrants' nobody figured the declaration of
guns, is shocking and surprising. ,words, of course and Conference Independence to
on applied them
pre- Meanwhile
anyhow then
or now.
With the continued Increase in crime and violence in Dade
back at
and the
i guns. Human Rights apt- "slave plantations'
the of the "liberty
County one would have the ringing
thought in the
commission acting
pointed bell"was
that this
amend- accompanied
by the crack of the"slave misters
best Interests of the people would have the "
adopted con-
gun The NRA was necessary for the whip, which was not too bad when
consider the
says, you
measure. But the commission chose to the outmolded
till living on those days when Indian be a r d the tones of the
eo pie the
p people "Liberty Bell" between
comments of Art Patten,as he fought for defeat of the mea cracks of
sure. ple." It's true, but the Indians abounded on immigrants rifles with the accompanying rifle balls
true of states."A sides, but that today the 'bouncing of their heads.
It is also bit
a surprising that Commissioner Earl Carroll While
voted with the majority against the adoption of the bill. Though don't kill people e It t h to bear arms is ar "demented"the common assaslnation-mirder is the work of the
whether it's right in our modern mind of "old
guns or world their des-
there or
were loopholes in the measure, it was a good start to
s o c the
He added that ,
Killing often happens assasination murder of
what should be more stringent gun control laws on the books the -
have American
in Dade County. person I in control of the a duty not to harm pea Indian was done on a wholesale! basis by the U.S.
i has lost but that we haven't sad- Army, Cavalry, U. S.
The is control of bis Marshalls Sheriffs "Citizen
U. S. close to adoption of a major gun control mea- out duties. Vigilantes' posses,
sure have mental faculties in the ranchers, homesteaders ranchers cowboys,
they already adopted one this year.Why can't com- ; saloonkeepers ,
missioners have the forsight to okay a similar proposal, if emotion, in which I owned a gun, I would be anybody else railroad guards, buffalo hunters, gamblers

made in the near future by a law=1er.: I pression I often bring to register it.If my pur The fact that coming the across any Indians.

We must agree with Alex Gordon, sponsor of the bill, when sults. in possessing it was le- a very close American Indian can't vote, even now, has

be said "How much limn do you need for dilberatlon while people what would I have to still treated relationship with the manner they were treated
are being killed?" Another argument ? In terms of rights and "innf as what with these close elections the

Indeed, bow many senseless assassinations and murders I ownership of firearms if it is my right to bear ?? block vote could tie most important.andi these "1m-
will occur before Patten edoo the Second IuJff.fliWId.polttlclaMI? would be"bustlln' their votes,
you, Messrs. Shepard, Matheson, then it is my duty to bear
,Carroll and Hall, act sensibly and pass an effective gun control :the Constitution; the then It is my duty to bare Otoi3? SCrpolIUcal promises/ even"pass soma InwutaS -
Jaw 'keep and bear arms. n bUls" and even pour gobs of money into the
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THE MIAMI-TIMES. Friday, July-12, 19685 >

'.., Plain Talk! 1f L

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By Booker T. Hayes : ;' iI ij I

I read an article recently In the Miami Herald which was a.
part of a series on the moodandattitude of the Negro. When I \ HOUSING LAW 4" I

see an interesting interpretation such as the one presented by ;
Miss Maxine Thurston, my first concern is far the many people "ALL CITIZENS OF THE UNITED STATES ,
such an enlightening article will notreach. Miss ThurstonIs SHALL HAVE THE SAME RIGHT IN EVERY
program director for the Greater Miami Urban Leaeue. but STATE AND TERRITORt..1S IS ENJOYED ;
her appraisal of the conditions confronting Negroes today.appears BY WHITE CITIZENS fhEREOF TO I
to be the results of a study In realism. I have read other HOLD :
articles in which Negroes have tried to express the feelings INHERIT;
of the Negro masses, but in my opinion many of them have AND CONVEY REAL AND PERSONAL

failed to give a factual picture of the true dilemma facing Ne-

groes.The frankness of Mis s Thurston's statements are in keep-

Ing with the new Negro mind of placing the shoe on whichever
foot it will fit. No longer do Negroes in a position to evaluate PROPERTY
conditions feel obligated to make remarks and answer questions -
in a manner of appeasement. No longer do they feel jus-
tified in misrepresenting the facts In an effort to create harm
ing. They know an era of change is upon us, and that only the : :
person willing to give an actual account of conditions as they 4
exist, is considered worth his or her salt.Regretably, all Ne-
t groes are not concerned,but to those who have become involved -
i the fact that a person in Miss Thurston's position is willing _
i to "Speak out" is heartening. rA_

I One of the main points of Miss Thurston's analysis was that ., ,
over the years "it has been as difficult a black person not / .i ,
! to feel inferior as it has been for a white person not tofeel \
\' superior." The truth of the statement can be found in the num-

ber of blacks who still harbor the instilled feeling of inferiority. -id .
The same can be found among whites who still believe thata ,
man's superiority or inferiority is Judged on the basis of '
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' skin color. Thes e Individuals represent a percentage of our ( '
r population in need of a way-out. The Negroes use this pretense -
for non-accomplishment, while the whites recognize it
as the only barrier seperating them in class with the Negro.
\t Miss Thurston speaks frankly of the Negro matters teachingsof
humility, which she considered necessary if she was to see
( her offspring reach the age of maturity. Negro children were I

taught to be inward and humble, while white children were S.C.L.C. Calls Boycott Of "Unholy Ground 1
taught to be outgoing and aggressive.Looking back,and know-
ing the love all mothers posses for their children, we cannot

condemn their actions. Were it not for their insistance of humility WASHINGTON, D. C.- pIe are neglected by Ameri "Today, poor people need "All people can participate
would not represent twenty percent of the en- in the Poor People's Campaign
Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, National ca's greed, we must declare food more than political representation. -
tire population. In fact, believe if it had not been for the wis- Director ofSCLC'sOperation the major shopping areas of i Thus, we will by refusing to shop on the"un )
dom of the mothers, spurred by their protective nature, the Breadbasket, issu- the 40 cities Unholy Ground,* concentrate upon the economic holy Ground" of the major
in America would have become extinct.It until America
shopping areas
ed the following statementfrom where we refuse fo spend our structures, the "unholy
is not often I find a person I consider capable of speaking the office of National money until the hungry are fed. ground rather than the podecides to feed all its people '
for me. It is ever less often that after finding such a person, from our abundant storehouse.
Mobilization of the Poor Peo- litical structures. Our economic
I to sit back and listen but I feel the outlook shown "America j
am willing ple's Campaign on the task of "While the "Holy Ground" structures determinewhat your "Unholy
by Miss Thurston qualifies her to speak not only for me, but does not Ground" is 'off-limits to our
mobilizing for tho next phase yield,fruit, we shalldeclare goods are distributed.We
the majority of Negroes. I .feel. she Into_ be commended.for of the Poor People. Campaign the 'W 1holy Ground". need a redistribution of food tdollars" until, you feed.your is
starting facts rather than dreams. i!people.
off-limits to
: for our dollars. hungry people.
f41/1( MU I M I ifMlMliWPOKTUWTY "No more hunger in America -
is worth going to Jail for In ; '
u Legal Commississioners Reject
Washington. Dr. Ralph Aber- Metro

nathy went to Jail on Monday,

r: : Services ca's June unwillingness 24, to dramatize todose Ameri-the Gun Control LawEditorial . t

UY Center: Leo Attornei Adderly, gap between surplus food and .

_l. starving stomachs.
, ( on page 4)) "So long as we register out Shepard and Earl.Carroll t
The recent Poor People's Campaign and closing of Resur- "We have found that the Department automobiles, I think we should Tom a Malley left the meet- f
rection City, which appeared to have ended in disaster, has of'Agriculture pays Metro Commissionersagain register our firearms," Gor- Ing before the'vote.Commissioners.
t had Just the opposite effect.It has focused new attention on the farmers over $2.5 Billion not refused to pass a gun law don said. Earl

plight of the nation's poor. Responsible people agree that the to grow food or fiber while 40 ordinance Tuesday Alex ,Gordon after Patten was Joined in opposi- Starnes and Harld Greene 1

cycle of poverty can be broken;and that new concepts must be million poor people feel the failed Commissioner for the thrd time in tion to the ordinance by Hardy Joined in the support of the'J 3
tested to achieve this result. The F c.method. of accom- pangs of hunger daily in this to the Matheson, Chuck Hall, Ben measure. .1
eight years get measure
plishing this,if there is one,is yet unknown. However, several .. rich land.
ideas, among them a guaranteed annual income. ana negative passed. .t
I income plan, have been put before the Congress and are now "The Poor People's Cam Led by Art Patten,five of the
under consideration.Both paign will plague the con eight commissioners voted
plans seek provide a minimum Income for every- science of the nation with our against Gordon's ordinance J,
one, based on family size. They also seek to encourage recipients bodies as living sacrifices un- which would have required
to work, something which welfare critics claim the til America decides tofeedher registration of all firearms in .,

welfare program as presently administered discouragesby hungry people. Dade County.In .
reducing the amount a recipient receives by the amount he IN 1967
earns. The third common objective of both plans is to cut red "But now, only poor people a length argument, Pat ;
bear the of starvation.We ten said, "A person can be kil-
tape in qualifying for assistance. A simple statement of need
would determine eligibility, and thereafter a spot check wouldbe must redistribute that pain to led with a registered gun Just That's the award your community news- ;.
easily as a nonregis-
made to weed out ineligible recipients.The the affluent economic institutions tered paper received last week in competition with t
guaranteed income plan would be awarded all families built upon the backs of the gun.
dozens of
other leading the
with annual incomes of less ffiah #3,130.00. An allowance'of poor. Until rich America suf- "I don't think this resolutionis newspapers in
$400.00 each for the parents and the first four children, and fers, we will not end hunger in the answer to anything." nation. ,J

$150.00 each for a fifth and sixth child. As the family income the land. He also said a resolution

from wages increases the allowance would decrease.This plan "The Poor People's Campaign passed by the Downtown We, at The Miami I I Times, are mighty
would continue until the family income reaches the $5,000 will focus upon the eco- Kiwanis Club urged delibera- proud of this latest in a series of honors from 1

mark, which is well over the government's designated "pov- nomic structures of America tion in imposing gun controls.A the National Newspaper P blisher's Associat.on. "

erty level." with simultaneous and collec- full of opponents of '
the other hand is based room,
The negative income tax plan, on ,
tive boycotts in 40 cities as the the ordinance burst into loud
on the idea that families who earn too little to file an incometax "
return are automatically deprived of exemptions,$600, means of redistributing While child-the applause and cheers after Patten's All of this is possible I though simply
hurt from hunger.
for each family member,which amounts to tax savings. There- ren's brains are destroyed by speech. because you gave your help and cooperationin

fore, the theory goes, a family of four $1,500, which is equi- malnutrition, we shall stop Gordon, apparently an- making this one of the leading weekly newspapers ,
valent to one-half the sum of the standard tax exemptions and buying goods and services in gered, responded; in the nation. We hope you continue to I
deductions available to a four member family. Further, if a those major cities. We are focusing "How much time do you need read,
family reported a small income, below the amount presently a laser beam on the for deliberation while peopleare ;
required to file a tax return, the allowance would not be cut being killed?" ..
dark recesses of oppressionthat
off; rather it would be reduced by 50 percent of each income are now excluding the poorfrom Gordon recalledthathefirst The

dollar. And, if a family of four earned$1,500, the allowance America's benefits. -.*"-Introduced gun control legislation ... .
would be reduced by $750 leaving an allowance income of ". .,f** in 1961, and said: . j

$2,250.The Office of Economic Opportunity has set up an experi- "As long as the Department "Nooevof;, the vociferous opponents Miami.
mental guaranteed income program among low-income families of Agriculture declares farm. -- on spurious constitutional -
in New Jersey. These families are matched with other land as"Holy Ground"by paying grounds or any'
farmers not to crops other grounds has ever proposed Times
grow ,
low-Income families, who are not receiving money under the '
will continue any type of gun control
they spending
control for comparison. I
plan, and who will be used as a group
that will some type Income billions of dollars to make the
Predictions are Congress pass law."They "
rich richer. While Just oppose.
plan for the poor in the near

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I I O Lord deliver us from techniques to improve the world and JfeqiU; .'

fill us with great doses of patience.
y 1 Understanding takes time. d-OCIJA M.
Concern takes time.
Miami Times Society Editor REDDING'S.
Love takes time. BY PRISCILLA
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Here from New Rochelle, N. Y.were Robby Sibley and Cyn- Slow Not us down so Is getting we may to explain play. the game -- ...... ...........'

thia Goulds. They enjoyed the cruise to Jamaica and Nassau on Forgive everyone us for hiding secret goals and sending in substitutesfor The lawn chosen for the month of June was Mr. and Mrs
the Sunward. While In Miami Cynthia and Robbye were the ourselves, W. J. Ivey of 15021 Lincoln Blvd. Kept up the good Job on hay.'

bouseguests of Earline Rogers. Some have only sketch of the playing field, while others write ing a well groomed lawn.
Frank and Vickie Cover are the parents of a baby boy, Frank the rules and pay for the equipment--limit participation. The son of Rev. and Mrs. John A. Ferguson (Javan Fern

Jr. 6 Ibs. 5 oz. at Mt. Sinai Hospital June 28. Mrs. Davis is We know the game is not part.time activity, our Father, but a son) has reported to the Navy during this past week. javan was

the proud grandmother. surge for human survival. sworn Into the Navy on Tuesday, June 25. Attending the
Annie Marie Kirkland an Willie B.Scott were married Mon- Sister Nelson
Involvement Is our sacred obligation. Swearing in Ceremony was Mr. Willie L. Redding .
day at the home of her parents Mr.and Mrs. Rumfle Klrkland. Jeannette StruchenA and Javan's parents Rev.and Mrs.John. Ferguson. The
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.and Mrs. J. Thaggard. Aftera service was held at the U. S. Naval Reserve Training Center

wedding trip to Nassau the couple will live in Miami. chartered bus this Coconut Grove. Capt. C. J. Rogers Is commanding officerJavan's
Jetting In from Buffalo for the funeral of his uncle, Mr. Ken- group of Atlantans visited Florida Albert and Eula first step Is one week In preparatory training GreaiLakes
neth Clarke was Assemblyman Arthur Eve who surprised his week. Some of the members in the party ware
four daughters, Paulette, 111., then he will spend the next two weeks in Bainbridge .
mother Bea, by bringing his youngest son, Eric for a first look Seals, Virginia Sinkfield, and her Smith and four sons; Maryland prior to entering the U. S. Naval Academy
Gail Demetrius and Algentia; Gladys
at ,
grandmother.Our Frieda. Mae Robinson entertained (Annaplois, Maryland) and a member of the class of 1969. He
and Dorothy Williams and daughter,
girl, Joan Storr Is certainly kept busy with guest ap
Carol home on Saturday. is a former member of the. graduating class of the Miami
the at her City
Joan of the soloists at the group
pearances. was one Saturday night Killian Senior High School.He Is anactive member of the Sec.

Community Center at 93rd and the Ocean, Surfslde. Pauline Smith of New York and her Uwo nephews are visiting ond Baptist Church and reside at 11525 SW 136th Terrace.
Zelma and Phillip Worrell and their five children of Nas-
her daughter and son-in-law, Staretha and James Minter Good luck and best wishes.
sau spent a week In Miami as houseguests of Mr. and Mrs.
and her two grandsons.. The Lawn of the Month will take place in area No. 3, which
Christopher Wareham. jean Merely and Marva Bain took time out from thir sum- includes Buchanan Street Richmond Heights Junior HighSch.
Grace Smith Is California Detroit and New
York P. vacationing mer studies at FAMU to spend the Fourth with their families. Make sure your lawa is groomed from front to back.

City. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Wimberly and daughters Myra and The youth of Second Baptist Church cordially invites you the
It was a time to renew old friendships and reminiscencewhen
Vanissa from Meriden, Conn., are visiting brother Herbert public to attend their 2nd Annual Youth observance. Sunday
Mrs.Daniel Johnson entertained a few friends at luncheonat
Wimberly, sister Helen Walker and aunt Emily E.Wright. Mrs. School 9:30 a.m.; Morning worship 11:00 a.m. To conclude
Chesapeake House to honor, Mrs. Rubye Evans Washington -
will leave Washington D.C. and Meriden, make sure attend their International
Wright Friday this day you Dinner.
of DeeCee. Ruby Is the daughter of the late Rev. and Mrs.
J. R. Evans pioneers of Miami. Conn., with her nephew Mr. Wimberly.;: I

John Henry Maxwell has returned to Miami after attendingthe Grandmama Anderson was very pretty In Pink,Grandmama
funeral of his sister, Mrs. Mable Gilbert of Talladega. Dean In white along with Grandmama Faison Aqua, as they Florida Memorial

Beverly Opal Hillmanand Julius C. Brown were married Sa- all smiled and cried while Gwendolyn and Morris Anderson Jr. I

turday at Mt. Calvary Baptist Church.The bride Is the daugh- repeated their vows with father Donald Anthony. CollegeA

ter of Mr. and Mrs. Moses Hlllman. The bridegroom Is the Mrs. Evelyn Souter and Mrs. Lula Welloms left the city via
son of Rev. and Mrs. James Brown. Bahamas:. after having a wonder
Pan Am airlines for Nassau, FOUR YEAR LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGENow
Dr. Bennetta Washington was In Miami Monday to addressthe ful time they will return via Eastern. They are guest at the
Future Homemakers of America at the Americana Hotel. located
Mayfair Hotl. North Travel Bureau made all arrangements.Tom at
Dr. Washington is Director of Women's Centers. She worksto
help young women charge their concepts of themselves as Washington, the public relatons man, is an official 156th St. And LeJeune Rd.
human beings and thus open up new doors of opportunity. "We escort In the Miss Universe Pageant.He will be escorting one
help 'them become productive !citizens our so ity. We're of the international foreign beauties, Sunday night at the Fon- Applications and interviews for enrollmentfor

trying to develop total women to meet problems in a total so tainebleau.And September, 1968 for high school graduatesand

ciety." of course, Gloria Braynon"Robinson, Coral Gables high college undergraduate students

Harriet Leon Outen.Ferguson of Baxley, Ga. Is visiting his mother, Mrs. language teacher, is being used again as an Interpreter.Miss THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, JULY I II I & 12

After three weeks vacation In New York,Ada McKinney De- Edna Jackson, Instructor of biology at Florida A&M
Veaux and daughter, Jennifer have returned to the city. University is one of the twelve students from college and uni- Everglades Hotel, MiamiCall
The reason for Verma Bryant and E mma Brasfleld'absence versities in seven states attending the Advanced Seminar in

from the scene they were visiting relatives in Auguyta, Ga. Tropical Botany here at the University of Miami from June Mrs. Frances M. Eagleson, Registrar

Mable Daniels reports a most delightful vacation In Raleigh, 17 to July 26. 379.5461 from 9 a.m. on

N. C..with her,sister, Margeurite Davis.
Carroll and Joyce Williams are thrilled over ftbeir first, a
darling girl, Carolyn Lynette barn July:Sat Hialeah Hospital.
Carroll Is the son of Herman and Kyrtis Williams.

Among those attending the funeral Mr.Albert Barry were

George Barry,Arthur Barry, Franklin Barry,and Samuel Bar- .IWb :!:!ii"\"!\'
ry, Nassau; Warren Wenthworth and Warren Grant, Harbour }7:

Island; Mr. Calvin Russell, West Palm Beach; Mrs.Josephine i;< :'
Hardy and Nathaniel Cleare, New York. H

Blrb and Sylvia Wallace jetted to Cleveland to attend the fun- :: Wv : ,
eral of his brother Edward Wallace. .

In Miami for the wedding of Beverly Hillman and Julius E Itft a H,9 '1di. -
Brown were Mrs. Mae Sence and three little Spences: Barrington t Ii ,t' df

Marcia and Debra of Brooklyn and Mr. Julius Hillman

and daughter, Cheryl of Detroit. Minnie Gregory, New York. f ,
Two to stars from the world of show business appeared !
B t
Monday at the Stars over Miami talent show at Vlrrlck Park, l t 5' t
Coconut Grove. They were Debbie Reynolds,star of the movie
"How Sweet It Isl! and Comedian Godfrey Cambridge appearingat 1
the Great Room of the Hilton Plaza. ,

Here for the funeral of Mrs. Janie Henderson are Mrs.

Emma Moore, Minnie Jinks, George Pittman, Johnnie Mae EngagemenfMr. '!"''

Pittman, Mrs. Rebecca Williams and Herman Stephens, Al- 'I'
bany, Ga.; Fannie Mae Askew, Indianapolis; David Stephens and Mrs.A ustln Wise ir fT Lfr

and Mrs. Mattie Johnson, Jacksonville; Gery Dixon, Prince- Sr., announce the engage- :; ;
ton; Vivian Fowler and daughters,Victor and Pamela,Tren- ment of their daughter Louiseto '.,t"
ton; and Galla Brown, Corona, N.Y, Mr. Rudolph Williams the ,.;.". w;' ,., ",riz;"" ,,'<1'/'' "
Inez Kaiser of Kansas City, a home economist, has com- son of Mr. and Mrs.Cleo Wil- 1 .r ..'1.l" r. .

piled a "Soul" Cookbook. A loose-leaf volume which sells for liams of Miami.

$2.85 "Soul Food Cookery." Slipping in tips on shopping, Wedding plans have been LORY'S
borne entertainment and nutrition, Mrs. Kaiser wrote the made for August. LENDS HELPING HAND TO BOY SCOUT TROOP 40

volume after spending nine months testing the recipes. Con- The Mosley twins (Shirlyn and Shirley) and Carolyn Stanley are
gratulations! CORRECTIONIn
"One-sixth of nation shown here as they proudly model fabulous fashions by Lory's (Edison
our Is poor and four out of five of these
the article on Mrs.Sharpes' Center)
are women and children."- Wilbur Cohen, secretary of Health,
Education and Welfare. Retirement, (June 29 These lovely young ladies, along with many more just as lovely will
issue) the following changeand
U you're in the market for an ideal vacation Companion additions, should have been show their wares at a big Fashion Tea, Sunday, July 14 at 3:00 p.m. at

try the new Kodak Instamatlc 134 camera, a budgetpricedmodel included. Serving on the refreshment the Brownsville Community Center, 2741 NW 49th Street. This affair is

offering carefree conveniences.Get table the name of being sponsored by Antioch Baptist Church in behalf of Boy Scout Troop
well wishes to Mrs. Bessie Hawkins Mrs. Alethua 40; Mr Japhus
: Mrs. Herman (Mary Louise) Fincher Scoutmaster. Donation is $1.00.
Baker, Cedars of Lebanon; Mrs. Frankie Glover, Lincoln All fashions for the show
Walton and Mrs. Olliver are being furnished by Lory's (Edison
Memorial Nursing Home MRS. Ella Sanders Christian Center
; ) and
(Blanche) Gross should have assistant storemanager Dee
Lawrence is serving as co
George Smith and Calvin McDonald at home. been included. ordinator.In .
Last week members of the Palmer family jetted to Pitts-
burg to bury their brother, Nevis Palmer. Attending the fun- Prof. David H. Dobbs of 01 addition to the fashions shown above, you'll find a complete line
Sr. School
eral were Roseina Forbes, Irene Dean, Christie and Thomas was those High 7T//ShinS for all occasions at Lory's (Edison Center), teen-
among extending
Palmer. center of South Florida.

Gloria, daughter of Mrs. Juanita Mann returned from a vacation greetings.Mrs. Olliver Gross also Our FABULOUS FALL FASHIONS are in Come see the beauties.
In West Palm Beach in time celebrate her fourteenth
presented a plaque from the
birthday. 9 9
Open to
Liberty City Elementary
After an absence of three years Cheryll Bennett has forsaken School. Sizes 3.1ULORU'S
New York for Miami.

It's not the s a m e Miami, says Rubin Bethel wh o is home

again. The death of his nephew Thomas L. Bethel is the rea- Bahamas Airways Ltd. has ( l L' (!)JLORY'S J\
son he's on the old camping ground.Rubin Is the houseguest of Increased its round-tripsum.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Johnson. mer service between Nassau r

Dorothy Cooper is enjoying the sights and sounds of Washington and Freeport by an additional FASHION !
D. C. with the members of Alpha Phi Chi at their Na- flight, bringing the number of .
tional Convention. daily flights to eight. 6112 NW lth

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Pledge No Retreat (

fight For Civil/ RightsNational 7"I I I I

President, Vivian New Jersey, Director of that they meet their responsi-
Beamon, of Cincinnati, Ohio, Trends and Services, reported bility in less inflamatory re- r
opened the Sixteenth General that the chapters in each of porting: (2) They urge that the I
Assembly of National Links, the states reaffirmedthelr Federal Government changethe I
inc., meeting in Oakland- terest and responsibility in policy in food distribution I
Berkeley California, June 25 rendering pragmatic civic to the needy to the end that hun I
through July 1, with the chal- services to the task building ger is abated starvation I I
lenge that Links develop new a greater nation Each Link eliminated; (3)) They look with
innovations in an era of dynamic must be involved in civic activities strong disfavor upon any ex' w ti r
dimensions. The com- knowing that a dogma or ism which advocates
pelling imperatives relatingto healthy democracy at the top- separatism in any facet of
the American Negro were most level of the American es- American life; (4) That ade- .
the overriding concern of the tablishment. quate housing be provided for ,
Sixteenth General Assembly low income and marginal,
Links, Inc. establishes its
The address by Link. families That art "-
keynote public position at the Sixteenth ; (5) Negro ,
Julia Smith President of the and literature becomea
history .
Assembly of Links to the effect -
Oakland Bay Area Chapter,,. that: curricular facet in all stages
gave the clarion call to actioi I II i of the schoolsystem; (6)) That
through a diagnosis of th e I ((1)) National Links deplore adequate Day Care Centers be
words "innovation"dy-: the sensational coverage of established in order to return
namic' and "dimensions civil disorders by the nation's welfare mothers to the labor
and equating them with"rest, mass news media and urges force. Links enjoy reception at the Sixteenth National Assembly, Oakland,
lessness," "Boldness/ "a California. Seated L-R: Links Helen Hough and Adora Taliaferro (Kansas

sense of reaching out"" and Negro Business City, Kansas), Barbara Tillman (Los Angeles), Vivian Bell (Jackson, Tenn.),
"searching ourselves. Urges Margaret Gardner (Conn.and Margaret Taylor.Standing: Central Area Director
Links into the "
were urged ,
arena of civil rights where the ;1 faa&, ** > .< Evelyn Harper (Atchison, Kan.), Southern Area Director Maude Rei'dMiami

battle is thickest and no retreat ,;b ( Florida), Jewell Thompson (Baton Rouge, La.), Western Area Direct
until the battle is won. L -- federal Focus tor Vera Codwell) (Houston, Texas), Orchid Jordan (Kansas City, Kan.) and

Human rights, social and ra- Julia Smith, Oakland, California Chapter President.
cial Justice, the problems of
ghetto life, unemploymentamong On fnfreprejteYflte :
minority groups,crime *> NAACP Lawyers To Defend Students :1
prevention as relates to

youth, were the facets of a A Negro business leader of economic and management NEW YORK. Organizationof 82 Negro students arrested way, by a delegation of Columbia -
five-day examination. Inspired last week, called tor a Federal assistance provided to small a panel of 31 Negro lawyers"to a result of their occupation of students seeking legal as-
by the 1968 theme, "Links program emphasis on entre- business during wartime," assure the meaningful Hamilton Hall during the recent sistance in their confrontation
Innovations in an Era of Dy- training in addition to he contiued Farmers it
preneur get representation of Negroes involved disorders on the campusof with the university
namic Dimensions," the delegates Job creation schemes. you aerospace industry people in mass arrests of Columbia University. The
evoked new ideas and Presi- get it, why can't poor struggling various kinds in the City of students had occupied the
techniques for making the organization dent Berkley of the 68 G. old National, businessmen get larger New York," was announcedhere building in protest against the The lawyers met at the
more meaningful founded scale help?" by Robert L.Carter,gen- construction of the Columbia NAACP> headquarters on May
American life.National Business League, by eral counsel of the National gymnasium In Morningside 21 in repsonse to an invitation
Booker T. Washington,stated::
President issued Mr.Carter and Law-
Beamon Referring to the HomesteadAct Association for the Advance- Park. by
reported the culminationoi "We had full employment of of 1865 which gave citi- ment of Colored People. Organization of the panel rence R. Bailey chief counsel
Links' past major contribu- the hard core under slavery. zen farmers a stake in the sys- The initial task of the panel followed a visit to the-NAACP.of the New York Conference -*
tion of $75,000 to the Educa- Today, what we want is piece tem, Burrell stated:"We need will be representation of the National Office 1790 Broad- of NAACP Branches.
tinal and Legal Defense Fundof of the action in the mainstream a Homestead Act for the de-
the NAACP in these words: business system, not just prived urban minority citizento -
"In view of the tremendouswork Jobs." He spoke to a Defense give him a stake in modern
which the Educational Department Business Oppor- Industrial and business so-
and Legal Defense Fund does tunity Workshop sponsored by ciety. It's an investment inhuman -
in pursuing ,cases of the dis- Congressman Lester L. Wolff resources we can't afford -

advantaged and underprivileged at Bethpage, Long Island, and not to make."
citizens of America reminded contractors there: !
through the Courts of this
The National Business Lea-
land, Links viewed the$75,000 "Most of you made it during. gue under Burell operates apilot :
as stride toward freedom.' World War n or the old war program Project Out- ,I

Link Founder, Sarah Scott, when government needed you. reach in 13 cities coast to D
Director of Services for What America needs to build coast through which majority
Youth reported that Negro now, to avoid urban guerrillaar white businessmen can aid in I
youth in disadvantaged areas is a strong entrepre- the founding and developmentof
can project a dark future or a neurial class among urban Negroes in business. It of-
bright one since they startedon minorities, to tap their talentto fers management training,assistance -
the crest of indecision "
today contribute. in qualify ing for loans
as to their role.Link chapters
"We can use the same kind and counseling
presented creative programswith O
new creative innovations
for the realization of the goalsof MIAMI TIMES ADS PAY
high motivation, racial 1
pride and a sense ofpersonal
achievement. THEY DON'T COST \
Link Bessie Hill, of Newark, P
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I 8 THE MIAMI Friday 12 1968 ,, !:""""""" "" I
TIMES July _, It'" : ,") ::"' :: :t ""'Ii'" '...

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China YolltJ and Alan Rock Present


,( f I fs Sunday, July 14, 1968
: : A
:. : Rancher Lounge, Biscayne Blvd.:& 126th Street

By "SOUL BROTHER" Featuring the Charlie Austin Quartet plus the Miami
THOMAS Jan All Star Sextet plus the Voice of Sandra
Shows 4:30 & 7:00 p.m.-Dress Casual- Adm.$2.50.

Looked like 'Homecoming
week" for the Bahamians in s t

town for the Holiday: Austin

Ramsey, the fight promoter,
Drucella Leades,FairlaoeAl-
len, John Rolle and family, LIB \\'" ,Gtio t
John Turnquest. Sta.First r'
Prince Buster, Jamaica's
No. 1 radio, recording and TV Rat
personality seen signing auto, A -
graphs in the Mary Elizabeth
Hotel lobby. Prince owns the MiararrowRQ sy

largest record martin the !: i
Caribbean and has his own
record firm. Known throughout -

America, Europe,Asia, Commissioner Mrs. Athalie Range
Africa, Central and South Following Opera performance,
America for such hits as <(from left) meets artists Edmund Cava, Joan Storr, Marx Faber and Lee Stair.

"Wash, Wash," "Ten Com-
mandments of Man to Woman" The often postponed per-
and many other smash hits that formance in the Brownsville

made the charts . his new area by the Greater Miami IIIIClyde Elf
Opera Guild finally came off.
signature was; Cecil X He
The show, after three unsuccessful -
stated in an interview with this
reporter, quote: "I am a Muslim attempts, was held
in the auditorium at Browns- & Frank
and a follower of the bold
ville Junior School before
est black mm in the world today High
an audience of close to 300.
the person of the most
honorable Elijah Muhammadand Originally, the plan was to PRESENT THIS WEEKEN y
present the program from If what
this is the secret of my
success and the pursuit hap Dade's opera Snowmobile under } happens
the palms and pines of
The Nu-Ute Gospel Singersof Olinda park.But rain chased in "The-
Kansas City,Kansas In town the show away three times. r The Penthouse"
( for a vacation but by popular "Die Fledermaus" was the hi
demand was booked In Fort presentation for the evening, 4 i ': happened
r 4 ',
Myers . The Jolly Trave- as the audiencegaspedanddellghted }' to You,..
lers Club of Atlanta, arrived at the 75-minute pre- Marvels yx "It
in Miami for their annual va sentation. i iI """fj.\\!
cation. This well known bene- you

volent club is headed by Mrs. I :. wouldn't
Jazz Concert
Wilson who states this
Effle want to
savings club makes a yearly
trip. In Atlanta, the club is SundayTwo
known for their charity in Ralph lamar it either!
helping the sick, poor and of the leading Voices of
needy, the underprivileged and the shut-ins in the Jails and '(WMBM) and Alan Rock(formerly (From Atlanta, Georgia)

hospitals. Others of the entourage with WMBM,nowChan-
: M/M J. Wilson,M/M ne123) present this Sunday, COMING ATTRACTION
King Ingraham, M/M Jones, July 14, "The Blues and Be-
Cora Freeman, Mrs. Robinso yond, a Jazz Concerf .featuring SUNDAY NIGHT ONLY JULY 21
Mrs. Newel, Dorothy Miami's own Charlie Austin -
Freeman, Mrs. Floyd, Grace Quartet, plus the Miami DRIVE-IN
Carter, Eva Arnold, Gertrude Jazz All Star Sextet, plus the MIAMI IfOWSl/OWlN6
Griffin, Tessie Houston, Freddie voice of Sandra, plus surprise
w and Marie Houston, Maude guest stars, plus a drawing for 8100 N.W. 7TH AVE. 693-4211
Glass, Lennie Robinson, records. -
and Wilson Butler and the Show time is 4:30andp.m. y '

children's corp. dress The admission Is casual. is$2.50and Jimmie 'I'M JOE BASS and I say

Jeroki, the personable desk All of you who made the last that scalphuntors are the most ornery,
clerk at the Mary E. Doubleson show should try to come early girl-grabbing back-stabbers on earth.
the weekends In various and get a good seat. The most HughesR
night I spots and supper club, soulful music under the Miami ;F. I HUNT
/I 1 has one of the most torrid acts sky will be heard at the con SCALPHUNTERS!"
In show business with his cert. "Steal Away""It
partners, Jackie Valdez (the For those who don't drink SHOWING AT
Snake Charmer) and the Sex- 'there is a special non-drinking Aint What You Got"
atlonal Mini Turner, and Va- section.the ro 10:40: P.M.

nilla Williams . Jeroki did
a "split" last week and was 26th of July they will remain -
the featured artist at the a few days until Augustto JULY 26,21,28
Tropicana in Freeport, Baha- celebrate their quarter cen- .

mas. tuary in tHe gospel field. The
"Soul Jazz"rings out nightly late Sam Cooke was formerly .
from the Mary Elizabeth one of the early pioneers of fry ErmaFranklin w

Zebra Lounge and the wholetownts Clarence fiG e e c h" Bynes
saying "Second avenueis gave away "free shoe shines"at
alive" again. his grand opening his new

shoe shine stand, but back of ,
Johnny Burke, radio and It all he was celebrating his .
television personality and birthday on the same day ? tllnlnThI
general manager of the Mary Happy birthday.
Elizabeth Hotel gets more
work done in a 24 hour period w

than anyone I know. Known asWaml's s I .
"official greeter' he AUGUST 3-4, '

19 known "along the avenue' t tt
as the most charminghostan
the "mayor' oftheghettoletscreate James
that post). .Whenever I
the guys get out of line,Johnny' 1i e t I tI
is on hand to give sound advice Plmat P Corr

..Johnny is known from coastto Till TRY SAY Yro!$Tiat Mp I I :
coast and throughout the EYtaritlM!"
world in theatrical circles.So .. e.r,red
you see why all the celebrities, IflTrS1RRDAnZ
bands, gospel singers check in 1 SNOWING AT 846
and look Johnny Burke up ----
Johnny leave this week with his
for Nassau Bahamas tHE MIRISCH CORPORATION Peter-Sellers
preman Johnny Taylor
to confer with the diplomats AUGUST ..MIN.W. A BLAKE EDWARDS
there about a Bahamian Corp. a si l
When J, J. Farley and the awn I 6th ST. & 3rd AVE. FR 3-3381 "ZS'I COlOl .,htn. PINIYiiiOM'
So q I-stlrns appear here on OMtYI Tttt U.I 'A , umIEI tE Tnw

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 12, 1968 9 :

,I Negro's Friendship Brings f


Eviction Notice ,;

i A pretty Miami-based air- girl out of her apartment after
line stewardess has been givena three days time," Miller said.
three-day notice of eviction "The eviction notice is part of

jai s from her apartment.At issue, a legal procedure. The young
BY DAVE BONDU she says, is the fact she has woman will have a chance to ;I
1 3 v t: become a friend of a Negro present her case in court." I
flight engineer for the same Miss Stack said she had I
Seems as if I hit the nail on the head last week when I wrote airline almost three weeks never become Involved in civil I
about a lady metro judge,giving my opinion that she would have f ago. rights before :
her files investigated with the thought that hit was found that Mellnda Stack, 25, of the "When I met the flight en-
her dealings with alleged traffic offenders was to severe, as Carolynn Town House at SW gineer on a flight, we got to
compared with other Metro Judges,she would be removed from l 52nd Ave. and Flagler St., said talking. He was nice and he
the bench. have had so many calls from citizens who also feel the landlord told her she was was interesting. I had never
that they were treated unjustly in this particular courtroom, being evicted because she has really discussed the racial
that I have decided to keep pushing the Issue for this investi- two pets, a dog and a cat, which situation with a Negro.
gation. Not having a legal mind, I can only say that I know thatI are against lease provisions.She "When this notice was serv-
have a common sense about right and wrong, and I do not feel said the cat has been In ed, I decided to fight becausemy
that this Judge is properly serving the people Dade County. the apartment for a year and rights were being threat
When a person is given fine that means paying money to the n she has owned the dog for eight ened. I believe I have the rightto
County Fund for something that they are really guilty of and months. choose my own acquaintances -
points are taken from them, this is 0. K. There are people who Miss Stack said the Negro and to like whom I
do and will take advantage of traffic regulations, but when a engineer picked her up and please."
poor man who is trying to stay within the law,,work and feed dropped her off at the apart- Miller said the managementhad
his family is fined in court tun justly,and then fined:\ again when ment and sometimes was invited received complaints about

his insurance premium goes up 10%we think it is time to speak - .__.__ .- ---- --- .-, ---.--- in for coffee. the animals.
up. So if you have had any personal contact in this Judge's She was served notice Mon- An American Civil Liber-
court that you felt was unjust, please send me your name, address "IVY STARS" -Sidney Peltier,America's number one box. day night to vacate the apartment ties Union attorney, who will
and telephone number to the Miami Times, and I will office attraction, and Abbey Lincoln prepare to greet motion 1 by Thursday by the man- represent Miss Stack In the
add them to the list I already have,and armed with this a muni picture exhibitors and motion picture press at Lake Placid,; ager, Charles Conners. case said;
tion I will ask the Dade County Grand Jury to investigate these New York, in behalf of "For Love of Ivy," a romantic comedyin "They never said anything "The management is in
records. I feel, as these other persons who are already on which the pair present a totally new look for motion picture\(i about the dog and cat before error if it evicts her on the
the list, that there are a lot of people who have appeared before audiences. Poitier (who wears his own clothes in his movies' that," Miss Stack said. "The basis of having pets,' he said. ,
and is considered fashion ) in his first motion picture i
this judge who have not seen justice. I do not care what a plate ownership changed hands last "Under Florida law, the tact
color you are, let us get together and see to it that our courtsare since his successes In "To Sir, With Love," "In the Heat ol: May and when I mentioned the that they knew about the pets
for the people, and that we are still innocent until proven the Night," and "Guess Who's Coming Dinner," rates Miss' pets to the new owner--a me- and still accepted her rent
Lincoln high for her performance as Ivy. Miss Lincoln, shown]l
guilty. chanic for the same airline I payments was an acknowledgment
here wearing an exotic African gown, with matching jewelry,
; work for -- he said it would the management accepted -
in addition to is an excellent
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Patti Styles demonstrates why being singer ', be all right." the pets."
actress in her performance as Ivy in the film. "For Love oIvy'
: Mrs. Conners, who manages
has its world In New York and will this,
premiere open '
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Earl Paschal the apartment with her hus- SHOTA
Summer throughout the United States. band, said Miss Stack had not Miami man was seriously

VIP OF THE WEEKHarry: Botwick (Florida State Theaters) .been warned about the animals wounded last Friday when he
before the eviction notice was hit four
was by bullets fired at
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Virginia MartinE delivered. She said that another him as he opened the door of
stewardess In the apartments his apartment, Miami Police
: owned a dog but that she said.
F lt was not given a similar notice. Officers said Alexander
"She decided to of her
move Lane 62
popular Second Ave.
own will," Mrs. Conners said
9091/2 NW 2nd Ave.,
of the other stewardess, "and told them he heard a comma
riiEi will be leaving August 1." tion in the hallway of the two- )
VHOME The other stewardess con- story apartment houseHe'a
firmed the
management never
opened the door and was hit by
had complained about her dog four or five shots fired.

either. Lane.was hit in the arm and ,j
Conners refused to discussthe leg and twice in the body. He '
eviction in detail and
9 referred was taken to Jackson Memorial (
a reporter to an attorney Hospital where his con-' I

Norman Miller. dition was described as seri
"They cannot just force this
ous. J
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FROM VIETNAM Congratulations to DorothyL. I
Allen, daughter of Mr. c
Any building I design will have
SP/5 BobbyL.Allenisbome Jesse L. Allen, niece of Mrs.
A few wee ks ago, I came across one case of a bunch of visiting his motherMrs. Ola Ola Allen Kelly and Mr. and beauty and function, but always
"concrete monsters"huddled together on 62nd St.between 10th Allen Kelly of 8437 NW 14th Mrs. Herbert L. Williams.
and llth A venues. I took pictures to show how some of our peo- Ct., his uncle and aunt Mr.and Dorothy graduated from with the human touch. .

ple live in these monsters and pay$21 a week -- getting nothingin Mrs. Herbert L. Williams of Miami Edison Sr. High. The that's a must?
return-- such asa clean yard,a drainage system to remove Brownsville. SP/5 Allen has graduation exercise was held

the standing water from the "front yard" where the children recently returned from Slagon at the Dade County Auditoriumon : ceThe gin I buy is London; Dry.Gordons. I
have to play. I talked with Metro Commissioner Earl Carroll Vietnam. He and his wife June 8. In the fall Dorothy: .
and showed him these pictures,and we would like to thank him Dorothy are enroute to his new plans to enter Miami Dade Jr.. It's always. brisk, ::1
for a fine job in helping to get this situation cleared up. He duty assignment at Fort Hood, College. dry and smooth. .To me .
really put somA pressure in the right places. Texas. ,,,
.. Gordon is a must."
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Godfrey Cambridge and Debbie -
W foniiu* _; A I A. Antxitcl Chwmtn dON Bard
Reynolds put In an appearance at the"Stars Over Miami"amateur Dade Chamber Names Wart Sidt CYuniter of Comnmrct ol Nun Yort ArchitKlurtt Coniulltnt hIm Airtftict.'
contest at Coconut and he '' "
Grove Monday past, was ::rr<:"r
great as usual, and Miss Reynolds was very warm and lovely
personality and gave a $500 scholarship to the winner that "Action" CommitteesFour
night, and pledged another one for the same amount to the final
winner in Miami Stadium August 24 ..George Wright is makIng more committee TOURISM: Chairman
plans for out big sound The big band rehearses every chairmen and their vice chair- Hank Meyer, public relations ;
Tuesday night at 9 p.m at Brownsville EOPI Center. The reed men were appointed this weekto consultant; Vice Chair rain: Elmer
section consists of Al Shades, x thenewlyreU allIed Jones, vice president ol t
George Lane, Dwight Jones, Greater Miami Chamber of public affairs at National Air-
Herbert Rhodes and Chris Pas- Commerce. lines. Too committee's purpose -
chal; Brass section has Phil I i is to devise new concepts
Alvah H. Chapman Jr.,
Jones, Bernard, Tbonus, Bill i .;;..... 'president t ,of tbktbamber. to expand '.the Miami. tourist 41".;

Cameron Leonard Mills ,Bill .,., eg 1 rORDOM
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';: .. :1'' :)t lon eonsfm! ,cf'\t tW&ViEist 'I i ,:oral Savings And 'L Ogn AMOeiation C ."I Jt'" ;1 '=f.Ji t.t
-; Coafct t Uor*) Harris; :r: ;,.hl i' 'Vice 'chairman earth president ,of Florida. National
Charles Sweeting, to}John Me-" ; /; C. Reeves; Sr.,"Miami times Bank and Trust Co.'The com .
Mann. The band is open for engagements e d I tor. This committee will mittee's job is to press f omen
ana you can cau me GEORGE WRIGHT deal with problems of social facilities, under the theory
after 6 at 757-2836 . .
p.m. unrest and minority group em- that a first class community
Peanuts Taylor was in town on a stop-over from West Virginia 1 ployment. cannot be built floating on a
where he olaved with the West Virginia Symphony sea of septic overflow.
\ Orchestra. Not only .is he the first Negro every to play with HIGHWAYS,AND EXPRESS- "
I that group, but the first Bongo player as well. The programwas WAYS C h a I r manGeorge
under the auspices of the Kiwanis Club of West Virginia. Stock, president of the Miami
He has recently purchased the Playboy Club in Nassau, which Beach First National Bank; A four-member group .
adds to his Drumbeat and Yellow Bird clubs there, and the Vice chairman Bunn GautierJr. government officials from the r x i laiooNDNr DISi ILIA
Pirates Den in the Oceanus Hotel in Freeport. We are proudof ., an attorney.This conm it- Cook Islands recently made a
this man and his successes. tee will deal with Miami's expressway five-day study tour of the Ba- Cordon'I Cm crtired in I JKLondon ""y i
young I ....
England in 1169.I* .
I hamas .
system, especiallyin under the auspices oi by she Ggpaf 50110'a flg/"d.
That is it for this week. Till the next one, LIVE LIFE the northwest section and in the United Nations Officer for Anmict end Iht, world .".
EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT South Dade Technical Cooperation. HOOtCT Bf I.U.Ian IIITIAL SNITS KTtutrtON *mw wtcwi oncuat m.. ...

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TheHappening I r ..,, "Pepperettes" of North it had more financial backing.

Dade Jr. High, Opa-locka ap- The girls love to appear on

i"f'.w peared on "It's Our Bag,' civic programs, but there Is

Channel 2's newest all Negro always the problem of money

i show, on Wednesday night, to buy music, costumes and

July 3. Six charming members transportation. We do need an

By Garth C. Reeves, Jr. of the 30 girl dance troupe per- interested booster. Mrs.
formed two numbers for the Pierce, although trained in

TV audience: a native African creative dancing and drama,

Why is it that Negroes have to wear hats? The ony sensible I dance and the latest Jazz interpretation holds a B. S. degree in mathematics

reason I can think of is that the weather may call for a hat. It of "Tighten Up.' and is employed as a

may be raining, cold or maybe a cap serving as a sunviseron I, The two dances attempted to mathematics instructor at the

the golfcourse.These L I show the relationship between North Dade Jr. High School
are reasonable conditions that make head-wear necessary today's dance movements ana The present
Other than these I know none. \ the African influence. consist of girls between
Wearing the hat or cap isn't ready the problem we have at the
The "Pepperettes' have ages of 11 and 16, grades 6
hand. The problem is knowing when and where to wear our r. -
been in existance for the past 11. Present membership list
hats. For instance which TV :
"Saturday Hop, comes on every
four years under the leadership Patsy Green, Laverne Hunter -
Saturday afternoon featuring various schools, among them Negro I 1
of Mrs. Frances Loretta Deveaux
schools; this is not the place to wear a hat. Yet tuning in Joshlyn
Pierce. The dance is apart Bell Tosca Carrol
) group Rosalind
on Saturdays when the program is featuring a black school you
of the North Dade Jr.High Glover Linda Cozart
are sure to see us neatly overdressed and dancing in front of
the cameras in complete ignorance. I School after school activitiesprogram. White, Kathy Daniels, Gail
But its popularity Sweeting Marsha
These type incidents, I feel, do not reflect home training, I I ,
has so tremendously Patricia
grown Henry, Jacquelin
because any boy old enough to be on "Saturday Hop" should y
that of the Junior Briggs Rita
graduates Briggs, Monica
know better than to wear a hat inside a place as such with a P, I
roof. will never learn. High, now attending Carol City Mickens, Jeannie Strachan,
1 and Central return dur- Sandra Walters
High Norma
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Asking arom d town, the kids seemed to have had quite a lot ing their free time to continue Stephanie Bolds,

of fun last Friday night at the big show given at the National &!w"...,. ; ...'\,." .... ...-..... I i being a part of the troupe.In Doretha White, Leslie Taylor,
Guard Armory.The an interview with Mrs. Mary Adderley, Gail Watson,
show featured such local talent as Little Beaver, along I Sod! Stitet 01 t, t Meek I Pierce she stated, "The Alma Nickson, Beverly Lewis,

wih Frank Williams and the Rocketeers who remained on the troupe could do much greater Althea Fussell, Lynette Grant,

scene and soul beated until 12 mid-night. As an extra added I Our Soul Sister of the WeeTis Jestina Ellen Days, 1 work in the area of dancing if Debra Player, Phyllis Wilcox.

attraction the show starred Inez and Charlie Fox,who by popular I daughter of Mrs. Ellen Bentley and Mr.James Thomas ,
demand will be held over for this Friday night along with Days. Jestina's hobbies are reading, sewing, dancingand

Little Beaver, Frank William and the Rocketeers.The I drama which she plans to major in, in college. What's Happening At

price is only $1.00, so kids goon out and have yourselfa Next year Jestina serves as Miss Miami Northwestern I

ball. 6869. I Brownsville Community School
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It seems as if the"Happy Miami' centers are serving their . Moving into the fourth weekof ted physical education
purpose. They are always filled to capacity and teens constantly - =: operation, the Community structor, Mrs. Marion P. Allen .

speak of the enjoyment they find there. r School Program of Browns- is a member of the staff,
We salute Commissioner Athalie Range for a brilliant idea New Date For ville is still interesting, ex- and has established a very favorable -

which has proven to be quite helpful to Miami's young. citing and challenging for both rapport with her stu-
* * ** * * Young Artist's DayThe students and staff. dents. Also, assisting as

Mr. Dynamite himself set off an explosion which will long Mr. M. L Banner man,principal recreational workers are Mr.

since be remembered by the 10,000 adults, teens and teenie 10th Annual Young Ar- The young artists should and Mr. James Fayson, John Arnold, former head
weenies who crowded into Miami Stadium on Wednesday nightto tists' Day at the Crandon Zoo bring their own materials and director are happy that the football coach, Mr. Ronald

see the James Brown Revue. which was scheduled for any medium may be used from program is making the participating Young former coach, Mr.

The pushing and shoving and screemtng all seemed to have Thursday, June 27 and post- crayons to oils. Painting will students aware of Lonnie Coleman, Mr. Joseph

been worth while when everyone could finally relax (standingor poned be cause of inclement take place from 9:30 a.m. to the fact society demands an Pieze, Coach.

sitting) and enjoy the show. weather, will be held Thurs- 12 noon at which time each artist over-all personal growth im- Mrs. civic
I must say it was very much worth your hard-earned $3 to day, July 11 from 9:30 may submit two paintings provement on all Individuals. worker in Georgia the area states, that
see JB perform. It would be senseless to take up the space and 12 noon at the Crandon Zoo on to the Central Desk where they From time to time politi- ,
"it takes like the
list for you the numerous dances the King did and songs he Key Biscayne. At this special will be Judged by "SmokeytheBear" cal observers are keeping a hired people in this -
sung. event, sponsored by the creator,Staehle,and close eye on the program to
for continuous
It was a great show and MiamIs young and old, anxiously Metropolitan Dade County North Miami photographer perhaps suggest to Mr. Louis gram Improve-
ment in the behavior of
await the next one. Park and Recreation Department Marjory Houston. Among the Tasse, supervisor, Community children who are participating

. . . . . . the children ages 16and models of the animal kingdom Schools, the many good because they have a keen insight .
under will Join in for an artis- will be "Aardy the famous deeds that the has
: program
There is a creative writing workshop sponsored by the Cul- tic of into the problems and
morning paintinganimals aardvark, the "mini' horse, done for the Brownsville community
tural Arts Committee of Mayors YouthCouncil. The day-to-day challenges confronting
community birds and reptiles in the "princess the white tiger andyouth.particular..
school director is Cliff Matthews and the course is being taughtby beautiful the children.'
Zoological and the spring babies. The Brownsville Community -
Joe Judge, advertising copy writer Bishophrlc,Green and Crandon Park.NORTHWESTERN. School is
Fielder. program exper- Attendance is increasingand
ience-centered and does en- individuals have developeda
All teens who are interested may report to Primary School '59
gage individuals in all activi- more positive self concept
"c' on Monday nights from 7:30 9:30. It is located right of GRADUATESThere tis
7th Avenue and 67th Street. possible.For and many have increased their
will be a meeting of the summer such! interest in the few
* * * * * * * per- programs
ill 1959 Northwestern graduates sonnel as the guidance orienBIRTHDAY along the aetheistic line.
45 of the week-"Grazinginthe Grass' by Hugh Masekela :
Album of the week- "Renaissance' by the Vanilla Fudge : Saturday July 13, at
Later. 'Freeman's Barber Shop, 4307
NW 17th Ave., at 7 p.m. We
Birthday and party announcements can be sent infor publi- ;need each class member's cooperation ,Concert At
cation to: Youth Editor, c/o the Miami Times, 6530 NW 15th
I in order to make our
Avenue, Miami, Fla., 313147., kp w
reunion attend a!success. Please planto Dade County

At1 I AuditoriumThe renowned Tactical Air

Command Band of Langley Air

Force Baser Virginia; will
Alfred Scott
son of Mr.and
t Mrs. Willie present a concert consisting of
Scott, 1510 NW70St.
: ., a 1965 graduate of North- varied musical selections at
the Dade County Auditorium,
L western
High School is July
counseling this summer at 2901 West Flagler Street

Camp Andover Waldrow, Mer- 5, at 8:15 p.m.

redlth, New Hampshire.
Alfred is a senior at Talle- Rosa C 01 son, daughter of This concert is cosponsored -

dega College majoring in Psy- Mrs. Willie Mae Colson,cele by the South Dade Councilof

chology where he is on the brated her 9th birthday July 6. the Miami-Dade Chamber of

Dean's list.Friends. Celebrants attending the party Commerce, the 4531 Tactical
and well wishers were her grandparents, Mr. Fighter Wing Homestead d-

remember Alfred as an I and Mrs. Henry McKinney, Air Force Base and the Metropolitan

extremely active young nun in, George and Dalvin Lave,David Dade County Park and
civic and religious activities Harris, Eileene Jones,jawana Recreation Department.

in this community. He was Smith, LeRoy Albury, Juanita

1 president of his school], her Lane, Tyrone Coverson and Tickets may be obtained
chorus, vice-president of jun cousin Mark M. Roberts neighborhood -
Taking out time from a dinner meeting at the National Newspaper Pub for Red Cross of Dade County' who Jetted down from New without charge at your recreation

lishers Association Convention in New York City recently were this teenage and Junior Counselor ofthe and York for the occasion.Dancing center or by park contacting or the following -

group who attended the awards banquet. From left to right, standing: Leonard YMCA. Alfred is a member f t and dinging, ping pong, darts, : North District Rec-

Townsend, Julie Adams, Don Smith, Carol Drew and Gary Range. Sitting are: St. James AME When in the i by all.horseshoes were enjoyed reation office, 688-6597;Cen-

Russ Jollivette, Rachel Reeves, Garth Reeves, Jr., Donna Drew, Debra Col- city he i s very active in the Hazel Wilcox trial District Recreation office -
Young People's Bridgett District
lins, Paula Drew, Lillian Davis, Almeria Quinn, Cynthia Quinn and Mark Cohen. the Church. Department of Wilcox were also in atten- Recreation, 226-8881 office; South, 371-3531.

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MIAMI-MAN ABOUT TOWN . New Yorkers Ronald Gal-
tor and Mr. and Mrs.GeraldLeona)Williams in Miami visi- wig rt

tig Mrs. Sybil Raymond of 1779 NW 93rdStreet Mrs.
Warren (Voohees) Daniels of Hollywood praising Dr John
Brown 54th St. and 10th Ave. Eye specialist for the succes- 1 1I
sful eye operation which he performed on her . Christine { ;
Gibson (SDA-Tuskegee Inst.grat')of Miamland Byron Herbert Willie L. Young owner, licensed -

New Orleans La., wedding date Is set for August 68 . Ar- funeral director and
thur Cook (Miami-Yellow Cab Driver)and his wife (the former embalmer of Young Funeral
Dora Boyd) named their No. 6 baby Lucinda Omega, which Homo announces the openingof
means the last . F. 0. White Evangelist of the new Carol a new establishment! with ; .
City church of Christ giving house to house religious studies air-condlHoned facilities r
and is very much encouraged by the neighborhood. at 1732 All-baba Ave. Cpa- :
lock, phone 681-2451 or 685-
THE HAPPENINGS-SUPREMESThefourthofJuly cook- 1893. Serving the communityand w :

out at Flora Hills' Carol City home onZlSth Terr . Johnle entire Dade County. : It
Rahming (the boy from Nassau) making play for pretty "Dignified service with a

Dorothy Lee. (Home from College) . Blanche Galloway smile"

disc Jock 'tress of Radio,a real gass. . Delightful. . GarthC. _.. ...........- .-. 111' ''. V [\'V.- ......- _
Reeves Jr., the new Miami Teen Columnist of the Miami
Times a reader's sure bet. . Louise (poney) Williams the FASHION TEA Godfrey Cambridge kibitzes with some of the audience during his guest perfor.
new boss of the "Nite Spot' on 44th Street and 17th Ave. . mance for the "Stars Over Miami" talent contest held at Carver Junior High School I
Blanche Pat Ward's first degree indictment murder of her July 9th Miami-Metro News Division photo.
schoolmate (Linda Lipscomb) at Miami Jackson High, by the
Circuit Court, pretty stiff.

f Debbie Reynolds And Godfrey


Cambridge Light Up StarsPetite

and beautiful Debbie stars at the Dixie Park Stars with the winners from each
Reynolds visited the"Stars Over Miami" show at 7:30 park competing for honors.
Over Miami' amateur talent p.m., July 10, and B.T.Washington The public is invited to these
M contest July 8, at Carver Jun- High audition winners free shows at 7:30 p.m. each
s did .w ior High School, and gavea competed.The Friday at Manor Park, 1300
BARBARA JANICE CHERYL $500 scholarship to the win-,, first of the Thursday NW 50th St., Mondays at Vir-
ners Sammuel Coleman, 17, night TV appearances were rick Park 3580 Day Avenue,
and Johnnie B. Martin 18. aired on WTHS-TV, Channel, and Wednesday at Dixie Park,
lard, pretty and seventeen a Tuskegee Inst. "pep squad" . Scoutmaster
Miss Reynolds also pledgeda beginning at 7:30 p.m.,July 11, 401 NW 12th Street. '
sophomore and a romance win James Palmer. . Libbie Bos-
similar scholarship to the
ton and Marvin "Skippy' Barns, an item . Cute Marlene There will be a Fashion Tea
final winner in the Miami Stadium -
Bowles the Miami Jackson High fox ? What is this in Carol on Sunday, July 14, 3 p.m., at show August 24,and gave Vest Pocket Parks Comingvolveandhii I
City? Andrea Bethel and Junior Rolle? ? ?Linda Bethel dedi- the Brownsville Improvement
$50 to the second and third
cates a song to her former North Dade school teacher, now Building, 2741 NW 49th Street,
will be
place winners at Carver. Vest-pocket parks a residents
Dr. E. J. Fierro, "Be Young Be Foolish but be Happy' and sponsored by Antioch Baptist City of Miami Mayor coming to the county's Model said Walter G. farr, director I
much success as a Doctor. Janice Lee the pretty little las- Church In behalf of Boys Scout
Stephen& P. ,Clark presentedMiss City area, Dade officials said of the Model Cities
sie from Carol City 214thStreet,pretty model.' Barbara Troop No. 40, Mr.JaphusFln- Reynol ','.a Key to the this week. in Washington.Administration .
Johnson "the young and the innocent' but cute. . Cheryl McKinney cher Is Scoutmaster.
Porter six
City and City CommissionerM. County Manager Dade's parks will be
the pretty Earth Angel...They say that Louis Harris Everyone is urged to como
Athalle Range presentedher Homer said Metro has received scattered on sites no larger
has eyes only for Janice Lee . The Howards' of 211th St. out and support your Boys a Certificate of Appreciation. a $19,900 federal grant to than one-half acre throughoutthe I
sponsored their annual family backyard barbeque on the fourth Scouts. Guest speaker for the buy and develop land for six ModelCityareawhlchruns

. This is Scoop Bethel say ing,"Time and tide waits for no evening will be County Mayor Earlier in the program, of the small parks In the Model from the Nor t h'-South Expressway -,
man. C-U-NK-WK. Chuck Hall. Major Hallmon, Godfrey Cambridge made a Cities area. The money will be to NW 79th Street.
Sr. is assistant scoutmaster.
crowd pleasing appearance matched by Metro.
Members of the troop com- and received a gift certificateand The Model City area here Although development plans I

mittee are: Deacon Andy Wal- a gold City of Miami ciga- was one of only nine cities In are Indefinite, they probably
don, Deacon Phillip Campbell, ret lighter from City ManagerM. the nation to receive federal will include things like'basket

ZIG-ZAG I Deacon Charles Bush, Deacon L. Reese and Mayor Clark, grants for the small park development ball courts,picnic tables,ben-
John McMims and Rev. J. W. respectively. ches and other
swings, play
d y SEWING MACHINES Stephenson, pastor Mandy Coleman, 15, of "The small parks projects items for children.
Richmond Heights Junior High will give local mode icitles Metro hopes to buy the land
School placed second; Valerie agencies the opportunity to this summer and ha ye the

%% b Lek Led by Dick Farley, head and the Doublettes,ages 12-14 show some early results In the parks open sometime in the
w n professional at the King's Inn of Carver Community-School, model neighborhood and in- fall I

) Hotel and CountryClub, Free- placed third, and Linda Wll- '
L'E port, Grand Bahama, a five- burn and Linda Williams: won I
o man team of golf experts play- honorable mention as a duo. HOW DO YOU STAND?
its hRCALLNOW ed to 7,000 spectators in Eng- Margie Hendrix and the
land and Scotland. Original Drifters were guest
--More than 25,000,000 million people go to

665.1564Easr a hospital during a year's time. This

amounts to 68,000 hospital admissionsevery
WITHOUT HIDING IT* 6EAUTYItCUSTOM day-about ONE every 1% seconds!!
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I _Enforce 1964 Commitment, N.A.A.C.P.Urges Democrats jTde I

for the Advancement National Association Bailey, committee chairman, party organization in Mississippi that the Democratic organization designation when the state
of Colored tion."Four
People has called the dispatched July 3NAACPExe- ,' Mr. Wilkins told years ago,the Democratic in New York State will convention refused to enlarge
Democratic NationalCommittee upon cutlve Director Roy Wilkins Chairman Bailey, "Is a clear party made a solemn hardly be in position applaud Negro representation.
to require "firm cited refusal of Mississippi rejection of the national party pledge, not solely to its par- application of the 1964 pledgeto
with" compli- Democrats to provide more mandate of 1964 for fair and Mississippi, since the New Although in New York there
ance the
1964 Committee's than token Negro representation representative Inclusion of tisan adherents but to the en- York delegation' is similarly are 28 full votes among the 65
commitment that state in its tire citizenry, that no racial
delegation and allud- in its
meagre minority group at-large delegates, thestatecommittee'desfgnated
delegations to the Negroes in delegations to the
party's national ed to the seven halt votes allotted discrimination would be coun "
conventions must have to national convention.Democratic component. no Ne-
Negro Democrats
"fair and representative Inclusion among New YorkState's65atlarge regulars in Mississippi tenanced. The NAACPexpects gro full-vote delegate. Man-
of Negroes.' nothing less than firm compliance In MississippiCharles hattan Borough President
delegates. seem to believe they can getaway with this pledge. Evers, one of the four Negroes Percy Sutton is among the
with tokenism in the designated as members of the seven Negroes designated for
In a telegram to John M. "Action by the Democratic makeup of their 1968 delega- "We may note in passing State delegation, declined the a half-vote.

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,I Carver____Y.M.C.A. "Culture' Through Play"' Summer Day Camp Program j

The carver YMCA's Summer
Program has been in pro-
gress for the past two weeks.
Mr. Raymon Thornton, who Is
the Director of the Carver
YMCA and his staff have work
ed diligently in organizing this
summer's program. They
have endeavored !in asking
this program the finest In the
community and Dade County.
There are approximately
275 children attending car
ver's Day Camp Program and
they are constantly receivingmore.

Mr. Thornton and his staff
have designed 1 a'well-round hM
culture and activity programfor
children from the ages of ; /jJri M ?
five to sixteen. The program

consists pf Children's thea- ; ,
ter, Children's Choir, Charm,
Ballet, Creative, Modern and
Primitive Dances, Instrumental .. w
Music, Judo, Fencing and
Karate,Arts and Crafts, Cer-
amics, Photography, Swim
ming, Movies, Educational
Field Trips, RecreationalField %

Trips, Community Specialists iT
Team and Group '
Games, Individual and duel n 4

games, Quiet games. .1
Mr. Henry Jefferson,who is J
the Drama Instructor, is involving -
the children in play
production and speech choir.
He isattemptingtodevelopto-

getherness among ,,the, students
pride, loyalty and truth
along with free expression and
movements.Mr. .
Willie Williams,assisted -
by Miss Joyce Champion,
is the Children's Choir In
structor. They have been exposing -
the children to various
types of group singing and
music. They have also exposed -
them to the classical com ...........

posers. )t\f .
Their main emphasis is put "J 'ft r :'
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on our racial contribution to ,. ,); *
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} music, such as; Negro spiri- \
tuals, Negro composers and
the Negro in Jazz and popular

music., I

Mrs. Louise Riley, wo is
the instructor in charm is involving ;
the children in things
that young ladles need in the
growing-up process of becoming -
young ladles. Poise and 4 j r
posture; social grace, etiquette r Aw

good grooming Just
the plain basis of doing things ,
graciously are put into prac- ;
tice. Personal pride in clean- + '
liness and Just plain self-im t :
portant is also stressed. .MY

Mr. William Pierce and Mr.
Tyrone Walton are the instructors -
of instrumentalmusic. .
They are teaching the
children the basic and advanced : ;
techniques of wind and per
cussion classes for those who
appreciate drums and uteo-
phones and for those who like
wind Instruments. They venture
into the various fields of
music with emphasis on the
Negroes contribution to the
field of music Jazz, soul,
calypso, Afro-Cuban,folkcul-
tural and even some concert
work on percussions.Mr. .

Billy Hall, assisted by .
Mr. Wilbur Coleman and Miss
Fay Slier, is the instructor of
Judo, fencing and karate.They .
are teaching the children the ,, '
finer arts that normally arer $,t _
e s e r ve d for upper middle *

class, especially fencing. Em- In order to promote,arouse tical experience, Mr. Ferguson with the Carver YMCA swim quetta Bland, Mr. Clarence respondence, and other tasks.
phasis is placed on individual ,'and encourage a sense of creativity hopes the children will develop ming p r o g r a m He believes Myers, Miss Valerie Parrish The parents and public are
and duel participation emphasizing within the child, the following an appreciation for pho- that the "LearntoSwim" program and Mr. Lonnie Fifer are responsible invited to stop in and browse
hand to hand combat.Mr. I types of activities are tography and become aware of conducted by the Carver for the intra and extra around during our Day Camp

Mitchellassisted ]being provided; Drawing and the opportunities available in YMCA in conjunction with the activity program. They activities.A .
Walter Smith is 1 painting, ceramics, screening the world of work and leisure City of Miami, is one of the provide supervised team and special feature of one of
by Mr. Vincent Crafts insturc-, mosaics, wood cuts and time activities Mr. Ferguson most important parts of the group games, individual and the- areas is planned from 4;30
the Arts and : ; nFrldayeve-nlng of
engaged in a leather crafts. hopes that each child will be "Culture Through Play"sum duel games and quiet games 630
tor. They are that will Mr. Tex Ferguson Is the ins able to develop a wide range mer day camp program carried for all ages. Movies are shown each week.
flexible type program
and meet the needs t u r c tor of photography In interest on by the Carver YMCA. daily, which are supervised
provide for intheir clasi i photography, the children are Mr. Vernon Jackson, who is Mr. Jackson states most this group. You may still register your
of the children Is to I exposed to and work with the in charge of swimming Manor rewarding experience for him Miss Jessie Alexander, child in tbeCarver's"CultureThrough
main objective |
ses. The children develop the 'process of producing a print park Pool, is not a part of Is to teach a child to swim who secertaryand her aides Miss Play" Day Camp
have the to set a goal within from the composition to the the Carver Staff, but he has has never had swimming before Fannie Jackson, and Miss Program.
ability continually strive (I dying of prints. volunteered his services for ." Zandria Moore, who keep our Photos by HOUSE OFJ
reach toward and it. Through exposure and prac the past three years wMiltJ I D Il dlifndabtl: : t:.tQNtJ istmd t dowlJtl+PtqL-.hi iw i JU 11 1Yn

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20 THE MIAMI TIMES, FrIday, July 12, 1968 _

VOICEOF Merchant IJackson's Toddle Inn Graduates 44 j L\"EQl'I- ,\ . : '-. ,: i
Academy The 22nd graduation exercises The motto of the graduates Magnificent introduction of ,
of Jackson's Toddle Ins]i was given by Patricia A. the speaker was given by Lisa ;S' lS

Seeks presented 44 bright youn&people -. Campbell the first honor stui Gibson. The principal speakwas . .
THE Walton Y. Robinson,
dent. "We are BuildingEvery- was
to a packed audience. i I
Applicants perfection of the processional 1 1: day," was explicitly and beau newly appointed principal at i

.COMMUNITY and recessional was some- tifully displayed on ascend- Bethune Elementary School; -, ..
The United States Merchant thing to behold. In expressing, ing stairway of white decor by Mrs. Robinson was charmingand S-
with Marine Academy desires tc 1 greetings Ira T. Everett said I the using of red bricks with the gracious as she commened -

TOM WASHINGTON inform qualified young black. this was an evening to be ever letters building. Among the the staff and Mrs.Jackson-
men of the opportunities avail remembered and cherished things stated in her discourse Mosely for the astute training
Vietnam looking at John able to them at the Academyand throughout their lives and that was the fact that as young people provided these young people;
Doe, 19 years old. John Doe'slife In the United States Mer- she went on to enlarge on the
with they are building at home
began in 1949 with two brothers as they brought song ,
and three sisters mo- chant Marine. hearts full of love and hum- ,building at school; building at motto; "We are Building
The Academy, operated by as she stated as individuals -
ther and father working, mak- ble prayer everyone was wel- play; little words; big words;
the Administrationof and
ing only enough money to feed, Maritime come to Join in. The "humble, little deeds; big deeds; building we have interest
the United States Department knowledge to extend as wide as
house and clothese their six prayer' was given by PatriceC. -castle of knowledge by
children of Commerce, located H endr Ix,third honor stu- mastering something every the universe and reminded
When John Doe was a little on Long Island Sound at Kings dent and she beseeched God day. Step by step she placed a vast audience that the old When
Point, New York, about twenty nursery rhyme of the "Cow.jumped .
boy the only new clothes he was that they be blessed with brick and defined each letterof
aware of, was hand me downs miles from New York City. enough wisdom to appreciate the word "Building." She J over,the. moon' has
from the larger brothers. He The Academy educates and simple things entrusted to pointed out B is for bodies, been taken over with the question -
trains young men for careers I from little mouths"about
never had any of the luxuries of their care, the flower so sweet the dearest possession we
life, only the basic essentials. as licensed deck or engineering and the birds that love to sing. have and we must adorn It, the man going to the moon." I.
officers in the Merchant
As she developed her Impres-
In going through grade Oilier speakers included keep it healthy and beautiful.
school John Doe was an aver- Marine through a four year Kelley L. Fields the second U for usefulness and if we sive address she stated these
age student because his parents college curriculum leading to honor student. It was pointedout can stop one heart from break- young people tonight have a
the Bachelor of Science de-
were from the old schoolof by Kelley that this was a ing we shall not have lived in foundation started on firm
Just being a domestic ser- gree. In addition to receivinga big event for three reasons: vain; I intergrity we will footing and their structure Want
vant for someone else so degree and a license as third (1) They have completed satisfactorily be true for there are those who should not decay and she urged
therefore education was not officer or third assistant engineer pre-school work trust us; L love give love them to continue to build in a

pushed or taught in the home. graduates are Com- and are ready to take their and love to your life will flow; manner that their structurecan
missioned as Ensign United
And during his advanced high places in the elementary D diligence press onward stand changing, in this
school years he ran into the States Naval Reserve, by the schools of the County; ((2))they every day for honors worthyand lifht she encouraged them to do

problem of realizing that there Department of the Navy. have been emotional and socially high; I Independence their best work, put forth their
Candidates admission
was a better way of life whichhe must be nominated trained and able to ad- freedom to grow; N- nobility best abilities, and further FRESH
by a Con-
did not have being black. It Just to changing situations and we are noble? in our thoughts stated that the smallest things

gave him an inferiority com- gressman pointments or are Senator made, but on ap-the ((3) they have been spiritually woroXand deeds;Godliness built well can become artistic

plex because his parents: had basis of candidates' competitive trained as it is necessary is our faith, hope, strength, and a race cannot be won unless -
always reminded him that standing within the state factor In their lives. life and all in all. it has been run well.

white people had all the money from which nominated. Com Music was rendered by the

and that they were the smartest petitive standing is determined team How A Plays Born various classes and the musi-
people. cal score was taken from Walt
by College Board Exami-
And upon graduation day,he nation Scores, highschoolrank At Community' School Disney's production Born
realized that he couldnotgoto Free/Let there be Peace on
in class, and subjective
college. No scholarship and no evaluation of candidates' leadership Among the many programsnow log and English courses which EarthGonna Build A Mountain -
family money to send him. potential and moti being adopted in the new are also offered free at the from Stop the World I .;

So while walking downtown vation. Men desiring admission concepts of cultural education Primary "C" School. Want to Get Off.1 J
one day he stopped and lookedin to the Academy with the at Primary "C' Community The president of the parents ,
a window and there was a class School -- speech and drama Is Washington, noted for his club Mrs. Ruth Everette made
entering InJu1y1969should
poster \,,with a; sharp looking requst a nomination being added to meet the needsof local productions at the for- presentations ,to the school of

fellow with a green beret with from a Congressman or Senator interested persons who want mer Booker T.Washington a large gift of money towardthe
the words "Uncle Sam Needs to learn how play is"Born." Sr. and Miami Central High building fund and Individual
as soon as possible and
You." Schools, is credited for his gifts of appreciation to the
not later than December 1968.
f He walked inside and the Information concerning the Recently, Clifford Mat- abilities in drama to produce staff.
Sergant greeted him with avery thews, Sr.,director of the Primary such good actors as Julius Lee Parents honored- Mrs. '
( nice smile and Academy program, require- "C of the of Miami and
proceeded ments for admission and named Leroy University Richard Ross Parent of Year
to tell him about the special for requesting a nomi-procedure Washngton to direct asum- 1960 Silver Knight Drama the supervisor expressed I

Army Forces of the Green Be- nation can be obtalnedbywritingtoAdmissions mer work-seminar beginning winner Barbara Williams. thanks from the school and .
rets. And within the next few June 25 to progress until staff for successful year from
weeks he was getting off the United Office, school opens in September. Washington's outlook on the parents and named the honored
States Merchant drama at C
train In Fort Benn1ng,Geor- : program parents ; Most reliable Mrs.
gia. The first thing he heard, New Marine York,11024.Academy,Kings Point, During the course of study- appears hopeful. However, he Robert Seniors ; most coop

that if you aren't man now you which is open to the general ruefully related "The facUlties erative Mrs. Hayes; most dependable -

soon will be. Because this is The sergeant said a're public a play will be rehearsed at this school are wonderful Mr. Convingt oncost
man country and his motherwas here because of our of life faithful Mrs. A. Williams and COME
at home drying her eyes. in trying to help someone way live costumed and staged the for drama but in the mean- the All Around parent of the

So he rrentthroughhis training their way of life knowing that local students who enroll. A time, I wonder how many Yeat, Mrs. Rlchar M, Ross,
period of learning how to back home things are not what will Sr.
pre requisite for many who youths recognize the many
survive which he already knew they should be for us black Several 'award for atten-
from his family experiences.He Americans. And if we stay up are not familiar with drama cultural benefits available to dance perfection andother

learned how to use weapons ''off of our knees and continueto are asked to enroll in the danc- them at this center." merits were given.FRANKLIN'S I

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22 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 12, 1968:
.. .
-. ..- - -'- ' -. -,- IN MEMORIAMIn HOUSE OF ALBERT JESCA's Midget

sad and loving memory of Services for the late Rev.

I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I my husband, our father and Joseph H. Wilson of 2654 NW Camp Program

grandfather 47th St., will be held 3 p.m.Saturday -

-, July 13, at Salter's "Midget Camp' thathappy -
Chapel AME. Rev.wilson died and exciting place for preschool -
July 4. He is survived by two boys and girls is packed -
,xa} daughters Althearm Brown with fun and learning ac-
family of the lateTROMAS family of the late memory of the late and Lynda Gray, two sons Ran- tivities.

ROBERT LINDSAYwho dolph and Samuel Wilson. Regular hot meals and

r .i snacks swim program at
died May 24, 1968 wish to Alfred Delancy of 10225 SW Morningside Pool, arts and

thank their many neighbors* 172nd St., Perrine, died July crafts, songs, dance,rhythms,
friends and relatives for acts 7. He is survived by a wife, Ida storie, dramatizations, pup-

of kindness in our hour of be- Bell, mother Adelia Ingraham, petry, games, out-dooractivi-
reavement. Also Rev. Samuel motherinlaw Madeline

r p Johnson of St. James Baptist Moss; four daughters Izadell ties.Educational trips include:
Church and the House of AlBert a;a"H Mitchell, Catherine, Brenda, Museum of Science and Na-

and Sherry Delancy; five sons tural History, Bayfront park,
Alfred Jr., Jerry Lee,Darrell Haul over Beach, Tropical
Mrs. pearline Jenkins, Willie and George;two sisters Paradise, Crandon Park Zoological -

daughter Mary Johnson and Irene Tay Gardens,hours 7 a.m.
1 lor; one brother James; one 5:30p.m.
JAMES WILLIAM BETHELwho grandchild, two aunts, one
There Is still time to enroll
LEOPOLD BETHEL IN MEMORIAMIn MR. JIM JACKSONwho departed this life July 2, uncle and 28 nieces and your 3 to 6 year olds. Camp,

wishes to thank the many loving memory of departed this life July 11, 1952. nephews. Arrangements are site Jesca Day Care Center##2
friends for all deeds of kind- 1967 and was laid to rest July Gone, but not forgotten. We incomplete. 7200 NW 22nd Avenue. Phone
ness and words of consolation ---- --- -- 18, may he rest in peace. loved you Will, but God loved 6918412.

shown them during their hour you best. Marcie Coney, of 766 NW JESCA's Liberty Square

of bereavement. Ourspeclal Sadly missed by the family: 77th St., died July Arrange- Day Care Center, 6306 NW 14
thanks to the St. Mrs. Fannie Jackson wife Bethel wife
Mary's W.M. Eva A. ments are incomplete. Avenue also all
open summer.
Church and its various auxil- Mrs. Melean Vickers Mrs. Beatrice V. Miles .
Regular activitiesfor
iaries, its pastor Rev. Stuart, Mrs. Alberta Knight,daugh- Mrs. Marie Y. Richardson, children program already enrolled.
to f f of Jackson ters, Miami.L. daughters RICHARDSON

Memorial Hospital east wingI B. Jackson, son Eustace and James Bethel,

medical building third floor, Otis Jackson, son of Detroit sons and grandchildren. Frontiers Annual
Venetian Nursing Home, Lib- Michigan.IN .

erty Temple of Elks #724,Se- CARD OF THANKSThe
date social and saving club, Boat Ride-Dance

friends and neighbors of 4th MEMORIAMIn family of the late
Ct. and 19th St. To all who July 19
memory of
made donations and cars, and < <
to the staff of M. H. Rahming CHARLES DEAN MRS. 'BERTHA MITCHELLwho :,;<:,i Friday, July 19 has been announced -

Funeral Home for their efficient who departed this life July 12, died July 5, 1959. '" 'j as the date for the

service. May God bless 1958. The end of birth is death;; Frontiers International An-
each of you. Gone, but not forgotten. The end of death is birth; nual Boatrlde and Moonlight
This is ordained. Dance. The Dream Boat sets
Mrs. Adele Bethel, wife
Mae Dean, wife sail from Pier 5 City Dock at
Mrs. Elizabeth Bethel, 'iM
motherMr. Wilfred and Ramon, William Mitchell, husband 8 p.m. harp. This annual
brothers Rebecca Irvin mother AquaDance serves a dual
Walter Bethel, father ,
Clementine Davis sister It affords and even-
Henry and William, Sarah Craig, sisterM. purpose.
brothers. L. Williams, sister Sgt. Ernest Davis of 210 NV ing of unforgetable pleasure
IN MEMORIAMIn Ella Lee, sister 17th St., *#5 died June 30 in Vie for the guests and the proceedsare
IN MEMORIAM Steve,'Aaron and Robert Nam. Survivors include a wife used to further the civic
memory of our dear son Lula father mother work of the service club.
In memory of our beloved Mar nall, brothers. ; James a
1 and brother l 11 4 ROBERT LINDSAY Josephine and brother Sgt. Since the capacity of the

J'T who died Miy 24,1968'wishes John who is also in Viet Nam. Dream Boat is limited to 300

rf1 WILLIE T. BROWN m to thank their many neighbors, Sgt. Davis a 23 year old Miami persons, tickets are handled
who passed away July 2, 1966. IN MEMORIAMIn friends,and relatives for acts soldier who planned to exclusively by club membersand
May you rest in peace. of kindness during their hour make the service a career diedin North's Travel Bureau. A
We loved you but God loved "soul" combo has been
of of bereavement.! Also Rev Viet Nam Action. Serviceswill secured -
you best. memory Samuel Johnson of St. James be held Saturday, July 13 to entertain throughout the

Baptist Church and the House at 10;a.m. in Mt. Olivett Bap- excursion around beautiful
Mrs. Emma Lee Carr of Albert. tist Church Rev. I. C.Mickens Biscayne Bay. Refreshmentswill
f Brown, motherMr. officiating. be available Join the

Johnnie (Moon) Brown, Mrs. Pearline Jenkins, Frontiers on the Dream Boatto

father daughter Jessie Mae Weaver of 502 make one of your dreams

Deborah, Paulette Brown, SW 4th Ave., died July 5th in come true.Scoff .
sisters Homestead. Survivors includea
Lorenzo, Lollis and Bernard -
1N, RANGE husband Pal e. Arrange- BesfFemale
brothers. ments are incomplete.
6 Mrs. Janie Henderson of

1235 NW 65th St., died July 2.
IN MEMORIAMIn She is survived by three
DEACON WILLIE JAMES r daughters Mesdames: Janie RANGE C/2nd Cl. Cheryl Scott of
GLOSTERwho loving memory of our Reeves Lucille the John F. Kennedy Cadet
departed this life July 7, dear mother and grandmother ; Robert Oneal of 1723 NW42St. 'Squadron was nominated Sun-
,_ _____ ', 1967. .u..v :-: ) 'i ,t't ., died July 2.He Is survived day as the Best Female Cadet
Not a day has passed that e Judge sisters; seven and grandchildren; 3 by his wife, Lois; three children Command and Staff School

there was: room in our mine of vices ; one brother.Ser- Hayward; Kara and Wll- held July 5-7 on Miami Beach.
you and always will be. ThereIs were held Wednesday in bert his mother Josie"Mie
; Miss
MRS. IRENE ARDELL Mt. ;; Scott served as C/Flt.
a seat always reminding us KELLYA Calvary Baptist Church. two brothers Moses and Sgt. of the female flight last

of you in the House of God Mrs. Lucinda Ross of 423 George; two sisters Clara and weekend and is the C/Execu-

which is the Church of the Living NW 9th St. #23 died July 6.She Ruby Lee. Final riteswere tive Office in the J.F.K.Squa-
God.S. precious one from us is goneA is survived by four daughters conducted in Dublin, Ga.
voice we love is stillA dron.Miss
Mesdames: Geneva Collier, Scott'along with 24
M. Gloster, wife place is vacant in our home,
Daisy Smith and Mary Frances other cadets from four different -
son and daughterand Which never can be filled. Bullard 21 grandchildren two Robert Pinder of 1228 NW
f ; ; squadrons were submit-
all members of the All is dark within our dwelling sisters Ella Redding and Lucille 68th Ter., died July 8. He is ted to rigid standards of mili-

House of God. Lonely are our hearts today S t eve n s ; two brothers survived by bis.! wife Sybil; a tary discipline and received
For the one we loved so dearly West and Wim. Final rites daughter Ethel Dames; two instructions in drill and cere-

IN MEMORIAMIn has forever passed away.v were held in Camilla, Ga. grandchildren; an aunt Celeste monies, the CAP Cadet Program

,_ ., , Butler. Services will be held
"""k '- :' .1' na CAP Special Activities
loving memory of Her children; Kenneth Clark of 1019 NW July 13, at 10:30: a.m. in the ,
MRS. JESSIE ALBURYwho physical fitness and mural
Eleanor 66th St., died July 4.He is sur- chapel. ,
this life 8 leadership. With the
departed July trainingthe
Alfred vived by his wife Merkelene; a .
. -w 1955. cadets received, they are
e Granville son Kenneth Jr.; adaughter
expected to return to their
respective -
rii Howard: Cynthia; five grandchildren; a BAHAMAS BRIEFS
Mrs. Lillian Smith squadrons and
Harold sister Beatrice Eve brother
Mrs. Olive neely,daughters ; the information they learned -
Clifford James Services were held The Island
of New Provi-
Grandchildren and family to the cadets who were not
Tuesday,. July 9, at 2 p.m. In dence, site of Nassau, capital selected to attend the Cadet

the chapel. city of the Bahamas, was ori- Command and Staff School.
ginally called Sayle's Island
Dody Curtiss of 5250 NW31
IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe after its discoverer,Cpt.Wil-
Ave., died July 2. He is sur-
memory of family of the late vived by his wife, Thelma; a liam Sayle, who was driven NORTHWESTERNCLASS
MRS. ANNA LATTIMERof upon it by a storm about the .
daughter, Evelyn; two sons
Madison, Fla., who departed LEROY E. MILLER Jeremiah and Harcourt year( 1666. Soon afterwards he OF 59
i' this life July 5 and laid to grandchildren. Services were happily re-christened the island -
.- wishes to express our sincer e "Providence" when for
rest July 15, 1951. held Saturday, July6at4p.m Attention all graduates otNorthwestern's
TERRY B. PARKERwho There is a vacant spot that thanks to neighbors, friendsfor in Saint Matthews Baptist the second time he was cast class of 59.
departed this life July 8, cannot be filled. Sleep on and their kindness during ou r Church. upon its shores in a storm. There will be a third reunion

1966. take your rest. You are one ofGod's bereavement. Sometime later, the qualifying meeting on Saturday night,
Rest eternal grant unto him I choice's flower. Thanks to the Father Dear c,f M=s. Lonnie C. Wooding of adjective "New' was added to July 13, at Freeman's Barber

oh Lord, and may light perpetualshine Incarnation and the Rang I e 1552 NW 68th St.,died July 10. distinguish the landfrom"01d Shop, 4307 NW 17th Avenue at

: upon him Sadly missed bygranddaughter Funeral Home. She is survived by a dear Providence," an island off the 7 p.m. We need each class-

Mrs. EvelynL. friend LillianClark.Arrangements Mosquito Coast Central member's cooperation I

i The Family Souter and family. The Family are incomplete. America. Please attend. .'
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..m'__'__u__ THE MIAMI 11 MES. _Friday, July. 12. 1968 23

Procedures Of tM

Public Housing


Challenged V

'S qrf1 pF>'

BIRMINGHAM. -A public housing authority ..for the
first time -- must stand trial for admission, occupancy

and expulsion of tenants, thanks to the work of NAACP .

Legal. Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. (LDF) attorneys {' +

The case, arising out of Talladega
Alabama has na- *
tional implications because some 2,300,000 persons live a fl

In 2,045 low-rent public housing projects across the coun-

try.The U. S. Court of Appeals this week ordered the U, S'' I<

District Court hereto set down a trial for this fall during
which many housing authority procedures will be chal-
lenged by LDF attorneys.Miss .

Gabrielle Anne Kirk of the LDF's national office

and Peter Hall of Birmingham will argue for the LD7.

The lawyers will deal with the specific cases of two
Negro women and their families who were asked leave

the Talladega housing project because of the pending birthof

illegitimate children.Mrs. .
Everline Lewis and her children were ordered out

of the Knoxville Homes because Mrs. Lewis' daughter, Miami Amvets Post # 75 Receives Service Award I
who does not reside with har, was expecting an illegitimate -

child. | The Amvets is a service organization nation or the community.In top Top right: Officers of the commander of Miami Amvets
The housing authority rescinded is eviction orders to dedicated to serve left photo of presentation Amvets post No. 75 are seat- Post No.75.Left to right Com-
Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Truss after the LDF suit was filed. I the veteran, his family, the Commissioner Earl Carroll ed left torightD.Walden, ser- mander J, W. Crawford, Mel-
However, the case is being pressed because other per- community and the nation. does the honors. Left to right vice officer; William E. Man- vin R. Knowles, Commis-
sons similarly situated still face the same policies.The I Amvets Post No. 75 of Miami Anthony Forrest, Charles Ed- ker, vice-commander; J. W. sioner Carroll, and Char He
attorneys will address themselves to the follow- I has been rendering service to wards, Melvin R. Knowles, Crawford, commander; Powell.
ing issues: 1 the community at large since William E. Manker, Commander Charlie Powell, vice-com-
Proper and sufficient notice; adequate and reasonable I its founding. It has sponsored J. W. Crawford, Herbert. mander, Joe Wright,chaplain; Bottom right: Miami Am-
grounds; a fair hearing on the charges;and clients threat- several programs such as the Murray, Joe Wright,Commis- standing is Willie Powell, vets Post No. 75 gives away
ened with eviction on irrelevant grounds. \ "shoes for the shoeless' sioner Carroll, Charlie Judge advocate; Melvin R. round trip to Nassau for two.
LDF lawyers will argue that eviction of the familiesand drive, rendering volunteer Powell and D. Walden. Knowles, adjutant; Anthony Commissioner draws lucky
others similarly situated would violate the"basic pur- I service to veterans at the Vet- Miami Amvets Post No. 75 Forrest, historian;Charles ticket stub #583 which is own-

pose of all publicly supported low-income housing as set erans Hospital of Miami, and has an intensive drive on for Edwards, finance officer and ed by David L. Snyder of the
forth in the policy provisions of the U. S. Housing Act of !, Child Welfare and community membership. A 11 interested John W, Black, provost Mar- Uptown Barber Shop. Left to

1937." I service program veterans of World n, Korea or shall. Not shown Is Herbert right are Walden, William E.
That act, the attorneys will assert, seeks remedy County Commissioner Earl Viet Nam are asked to visit the Murray, vicecommander.Bottom Manker, Herbert Murray, Joe
the unsafe and unsanitary housing conditions and the acute | Carroll presents a Distin- temporary home of Post No.75 left: CommissionerEarl Wright, Commissioner Car-
shortage of decent, safe and sanitary dwellings for low- guished Service Award to the 1251 NW 56th St. or apply for Carroll becomes anAm- roll, Commander J. W.Crawford -
income' families. | commander of Amvets Post membership during regular vet. He will serve as honorary and Paul Perry.

LDF attornyes argued that "the Talladega policy does No. 75J. W.Crawford in behalf meetings on Tuesday nights at .-...-----.----
not help eliminate the problems attendant to slum dwel- f, of the Department of Florida 8 p.m. Information concerningthe ,. ;

lings: it creates them k Amvets. This award is given Amvets, its purposes and ti y r aPhoto
f to Amvets rendering outstanding aims can be had free at the Mi-
service to veterans,the ami Amvets post home.

I TV Read-In Channel 2

Apply Now For Senior

Dade's school system is Urging participation, the
staging a "Read-in." federal government is notify-
The 15-hour coursede- ing agencies so that their em- Aides Program For

signed to help everyone from ployees may benefit in the stu-

high school dropouts to grad- dent role. Seniors 55 And
uates whose reading skills Prime organizer of the uni- Up

need improvement, will be que project was James J. Mc- b
of Senior Centers of Dade Priority will be given to the
carried daily, 2:30 to 3 p.m., Fadden, National Director
by WTHS TV, Channel 2, the Manpower Education Insti- County, Inc.,has been awarded low-income elderly.Allappli-
starting July 15. tute, an arm of the non-profit a Federal Grant to develop a cations should be completedand
and Dade County Community Ser- returned to the location
Taught by Dr. Melvin How- Foundation on Automation ---
ards, Professor of Educationat Employment.ITV vice Corps. They will employ where they were received, on No. 5 Presenting David Snyder of the Snyder's
Northeastern University Coordination Don Mac- approximately 40 people, 55 or before Tuesday, July 16, check to cover expenses to Uptown Barber Shop. Onlook-
the series was producedby Cullough has furnished one- years of age and older, in a 1968. ]Nassau for two is vice-com inga\ Melvin R. Knowles. I

WGBH-TV, Boston. It will page summaries of the course, variety of positions. All of I mander William E. Manker to
these will be four - ._ _.
distribution EOPI. positions -' -' '''' -
be for by -- = -- -- -
seen in Boston, New York,
Washington and San Francisco "while designed primarily hours a day, 20 hours a week. '

starting July 8. It was for the disadvantaged, almost Most of the Jobs will pay the fir.. avr
brought to Florida's Channel 2 everybody, regardless of how maximum wage of $1.60an
by the InstructionalTelevision much or how little for mil education hours and will be within the

Department of Dade's public be has had,can Improvehis Senior Centers program.
schools. reading skills, speed and Florida State Employment
The localEconoailc Oppor- comprehension and get greater Service with the cooperationof
benefits from the printed the Senior Centers of Dade
tunity Program plans to regis-
ter 130 of their teacher aides word," he said.Employers County, has arranged for ap-
to be obtained at the
and private individuals plications YNk
and ,
clerks. They will supply, '
free, the workbook kits that who wish to Join the following locations beginning ,
are used by audience participants program, are advised to con- Tuesday, July 2 through July
Others who wish to take tact Mrs. Williams of the Eco- 16, 1968: k
the course may: obtain work- nomic Opportunity Program, Edison Courts Senior Cen-
books 3794516.Jobmobile. ter, 6200 NW 33rd Ave., Mi- ,.
at $2.50 each, by con-
ami Jolllvette Plaza Senior
tacting Mrs. Evalina Wil-
Center, 6319 NW 24th Place,
liams, 3794516.The .
Miami; Malcolm Ross Senior
National Alliance of
Center, 1861 NW 28th Street.,
Businessmen, one of the pro- This Is where the Jobmobileis
Miami; Metropolitan Senior

ject firms sponsors to get, isaskingmember employees involved -- :Monday, July 15, out of ser Center, 1407 NW 7th Street,
Miami; Meyers Senior Center, Artistic Floral
In the learning. vice repairs. Shop
450 SvV 5th Street, Mia rat;
EOPI people will participate Tuesday, July 16, NW 17th
Smathers Senior Center 1040
In the series at neighborhood Avenue and 71st Street. (Va- ,
HOME 693-2708
: SHOP 691-7475
SW 29th Ct., Miami; Red Cross :
centers and child opportunity cant lot on the SE corner.)
centers. Wednesday, July 17, NW office, 846 Washington Ave.,. ARRANGEMENTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS .
Miami i Beach 'Florida State
Titled, "Read Your Way 58 St. and 7 Ave. Shell's City ; NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL '
Service 17011
Up In York East lot). ,
Boston and New parking
"Read-In" expected Thursday, July 18, Douglas NE 19th Ave.N. Miami Beach; "You Can't Go Wrong If You Give Flowers"MRS.

to prove a boon to domestics Road and S.Dixie Highway.NW Florida, 17420 State S.EmploymentService Dixie High MABLE BODIE, Prop.
whose limited and Corner).
English Is
Perrlne Florida State MRS. DORA M. WILLIAMS Bus.
way, ; Mgr.
Immigrants who s t i 11 are Friday July 19, NW 14th
Employment Service, 46 SW 1 1551 NW 62nd STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA
having difficulty with the .Avenue and 64th St. (Libertycity
Street Miami.
American language. community center. .
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24 THEMIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 12, 1968
Rev. James Hendon, pastor Rev. C. J. Burney,pastor
Wiihelmina Sands, reporterThe Arsula Edwards,reporterThe
Home Missionary Society women's department of .,

will observe their annual the Seaboard Baptist Associa-

Home Mission's Day Sunday, tion are chartering a bus to the

July 21,at 3 the church. National Baptist Convention in

Mrs. Rosa Garvin, presidentand Atlanta, Georgia. The bus will
her committee promisethe leave New Providence Monday

program will be inspira- September 2, at 6:00 p.m. and

tional and informative.Mrs. arrive In Atlanta Tuesday, at

S. A.Thomis, wife of 8:30am. Anyone desiring tog

the late Rev.S.A. Thomas, Mt. may contact Mrs. Mary F.
I !;ulou 3n dlurrl!! | | Sunday Sinai Baptist will be the guest White or Mrs. Claudia Wilson ,

speaker. Visitors and friendsare of New Providence, also Mrs
cordially invited to attend Essie B. Johnsonand Mrs. '

KELLY'S CHAPEL EBENEZERRev. this program Leola McCoy of Hollywood. : i' t

A. D. Hall, pastorE. Well-planned services are Round trip fare is $30.00. _

Rev. W. H, Butler, pastor Ingraham, reporterWe in store for all who will wor- Prayer meeting Tuesday,at MARVIN LUDLOWand
Retha J. McKenzie, reporterThe were honored Sunday to ship with us Sunday July 14, 7:30 p.m. REV. SAMUEL ATCHISON

have in our presence Bishop L. at 11:00: a.m, through the next Consecration hour of prayer The No. 1 Choir of Brown's 21, there will be a musical

church extend the ir Scott Allen, resident bishop quarter, Rev. James Hendon, Sunday at 5:00 a.m. Con- Chapel Baptist, cordially invite program,_dinner will be served -
sympathy to Mrs. EulaKing the Gulf Coast area. He',, pastor will begin a series of tinue In prayer for our sick, you to its third anniversary Sunday evening.The churchis

and Mrs. Pauline Jones doing brought the morning message. sermons from the book of shut-Ins and those who are be to be held at the church, located at 1323 NW 54th St.

their hours of sorrow and be- Mrs. CameliaEmanuel Revolations, centered aroundthe reaved. Visitors are always July 18, 19, and 21. On July 18,
reavement.The Bowman, a former membernow topic "A Christian's Dedi-
Rev. SamuelAtchisonandcon Rev. J. E. pastor,
church school will have living in Washington, D.C. cation of Service to God." gregation of Mt. Calvary Baptist Deacon Marvin Ludlow,presi-
their annual picnic in August and Commissioner George N.
Church will open. July 19 dent.
they are asking the membersof Brown of Nassau, Bahamaswere CHRISTIAN SCIENCEA
the church to cooperate with among the visitors Sun- JORDON GROVE GREATER NEW
the women in charge.Let communion service will GREATER NEWMACEDONIA
us continue In prayer for day.The Men's Day Annual rally Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor be held this Sunday in Chris- BETHEL

our sick, and shutins.All was launched Sunday, with Mr. Eddie Gilbert, reporter tian Science Churches, Rev. W.K. Smith, pastor
members remindedof There will be a Tea this Saturday the world. It Is Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor
are Lloyd Brown, chairman; cochairman throughout open Alllce Irving, reporter
the Rally in September.The Mr. Washington night at the home of Sis. to the public. There will be a battle of Willie Beard, reporterThe
Women's Societyof Brown and Mr.Sam Ferguson. Ada Pitts, sponsored by the The Lesson-Sermon is songs between No. Two Choirof 38th Annual Session of

Christian Service will have Mr. WllUamClarkJr.sec- No. 2 Ushers' Board. Brother titled "S a era men t" and includes New Macedonia and Choir the Sunday SchoolBaptist

their anniversary on July 21 at retary; chairman of the Jimmy Pitts Is president. these well known pas- No, Two of Greater New Bethel Training Union Convention
4 This promises to bean committee There will be a joint tea at working under the Jurisdictionof
p.m. publicity Mr. sages from Matthew: "Jesus July 14, at 3 p.m.
afternoon filled with inspira- Eugene Francis.The men have the church this Saturday at 8 took bread, and blessed it, and The Young Women's Auxil- the Seaboard Baptist Association

tion and 1qfor tltion. There pledged for a bigger day and p.m., sponsored by Jordan brake it, and gave it to the dis- iary invites you to a banquetto of Florida is in pro-
will be a panel discussion en- for efforts Grove's Junior Ushers' Board and said eat at Macedonia and will
having inspired greate ciples, Take, ; be held at the church Saturday gress
titled "Africans Seek a New in this their annual rally. and the Deaconess of Community this is my body. And he took July 13, at 8 p.m. Come continue through Sunday after

Identity.' The panelists will Miss Lorraine Holmes left Baptist Church of Vero the cup, and gave thanks, and out and enjoy delicious meal. noon.

be Mrs. L. N. Felt, moderator on Saturday to attend the An- Beach. Sister Roscoe Jacksonis gave it to them, saying, Drinkye Deaconess Board No. One Deacon Frank Ross is Dis-
Mrs. Cubell A. Johnsonand nual Youth Conference at Lake guest speaker and the pub- all of it.'' invites you to a tea at the home trict Superintendent, S.S. and

Mr. Okon Esenowo. The Junealuska, N. C. The confer- lic is invited.On Following the LessonSermon of Sister Ethel Malory, 2125 Sister Bernice Edwards, Dis.
public is invited Rosa L. 5 12th.She the t h i r d Sunday after President BTU.
ence July was the congregation will be All Baba Avenue, Sunday from ,
Carr, president. by the Methodist Youth noon, the No. 1 Choir is ask- invited to kneel in silent com- 3-5 p.m. There will be a Battle of
of the Florida Con- ed to go with the pastor to Songs between Choir No. Two
Fellowship munion with God. This will be You are also invited to a tea
ference to the South Bethel Baptist Church in Rich- of Greater New Bethel, Opal -
followed by the repetition of on the third Sunday at the homeof
GREATER NEWBETHLEHEM Florida District.Let mond Heights with Rev. Westas the Lord's Prayer, afterwardthe Sister Janie Cook given by ac ka and Choir No Two of

us not forget the sick pastor. congregation will sing the the Young Matrons. New Macedonia Sunday, July
and shut-ins. Come and enjoy an eveningof Doxology Sister Rosa McCormick Is 14, at 3 p.m. at Greater New
fun with the No 1 Ushers'
420 NW 40th Street confined in St. Francis Hos- Bethel.
Board at Virginia Beach, Sa- The Sunday School BTU
Rev. C. M. Smith, pastor pital, Room 323.
The entire church will ren- BROWNSVILLE turday, August 31. Cars will CHRIST EPISCOPAL Prayer services will beginthe Annual Picnic will be held Saturday -

L < der services at Mt. Aaron on leave the church, 5946 NW 12 week of July 15. Revival July 20, atCrandon

Friday night, July 12, at 800. BAPTIST Ave., at 7:30 p.m. Refresh- Fr. T. R. Gibson, rector services will begin the; week of Park and Zoo. All parents,

You are cordially Invited to attend ? "7: ,,' ments are free. Donation is Antoinette Silva. July 22nd. teachers and adults who are

i.r.y': ./ 1 $1.00. On July 12 a Night of Games planning to accompany your
On July 13, the home Mis- : The Hospitality Club was organized will be held at the home of Miss child or children are asked to
sion will sell dinners atthe :I' f a i June 25th and is blessed Leona Cooper. This affair is SAINT MARY'S please register with the sup-

church and with 19 members.Brother erintendent no later than the
please stop by sponsored by Saint Cecelia's
Rev. H. V. Stuart pastor
purchase a dinner from them. John Henry White is presidentof Guild and will begin at 8 p.m. 14 the second Sunday afternoon, so
Sunday July during
this ,
Sister Mae W. Taylor, president new group. Mr. Vernon Philip was the 11:00 a.m. services the Junior that adequate arrangementscan
Also on July 13,the Dea- Our BTU was organized on host at the Episcopal Church Choir will be made in time.
coness will sponsor a pie walk Sunday, July 7, with Deacon men's meeting July 10 at 8 No. 1 will serve.There Our Annual Youth Day will
and fish fry at the homo of Sis- Eddie Gilbert named presi be held the fourth Sunday in
ter Ida Howard, 753 NW 52nd dent. We ask your support for p.m.The Episcopal Churchwomen will also be Infant Baptism July. Let us bear this day in
during the 7 service Joint
Street, beginning at8pmYou this organization. Meeting will have their regular mind and plan to attend.
choirs and usher board No. 2
are cordially invited to attend date is Sunday from 5:30 to meeting on July 21.The mem- will serve. The Ways and The president, officers and
these affairs. SisterGertha 6:30.Don't bers of all guilds are invitedto member s of Ushers' BoardNo.
Means will bold their regular
Hickman, president. forget the sick and attend. The meeting will begin One will observe their
meeting at 5 the church
The Young Wompn's Auxiliary shut-ins. at 5 p.m. in the lounge. hall. The business meeting of Sixth Annivesary Thursday

will sponsor a tea July 20, Fr. and Mrs. Gibson spent the churchwbichwas to be held July 18 and concluding Sunday
at 8 p.m. It will be held at the the week on vacation In Nassau afternoon July 21, at 3 p.m.
July 9, was postponed until
home of Sister Kirkland, 1045 Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor ST. PAULRev. and the neighboring islands. Tuesday July 16, at 8 p.m. all Thursday night, July 18, at

NW 60th St. Please prepare to Elizabeth Wright, reporterTo T. C. Kelley, pastor Convalescing at home are members areasked to be 8 p.m. Bev. C. P. Prestonand
be there. Mrs. Rosa White ccngregation of Peaceful Zion
Mary Amos, reporterThe Mr.Clar- present and on time.
Sister Dollie M Delaughter our many visitors, we pastor is asking all ence Bethel and Mrs. Myrtle The Stewardess Union will Baptist Church will be In

is ill and Is in the Hialeah Hospital are always happy to have you clubs and boards to have their Gilllam. hold its monthly meeting at charge of the sevices.
Sister Jennie Robinson worship with us. quarterly conference reports Friday nightJuly 19, at 8
Mary's Sunday July at
is also ill at home, 152 NW We urge all members to ready for his signature and approval DRAKEWe 3 p.m. a Talent Night program

42nd Street. Let's continue to' come and Join us in prayer no later than the second p.m.Our sick and shut-ins will be bald featuring the
pray for our sick that they may meeting and Bible class Wed Sunday morning. The business were happy to have Sis- main the same. Let us continue choirs and other talent of the

soon recover. nesday at 8 p.m. session will take place Mon- ter Brown at our morning ser- to for them. Remember church. I
Our BTU Is now progress day night, July 15, at 8 p.m. vice on Sunday, she has been visitors are always welcomeat Sunday at 3 p.m. July 21,
on Sundays at 5 p.m. The The Willing Workers Board ill since November.Please let St. Rev. Samuel Atchison and congregation -
MT. CARMEL president Brother A. Clark Is will meet at the home of Mrs. us pray much for Deacon Mary's.NEVfHOFE of Mt. Calvary Baptist -

,asking your moral support. Florence Wiggins 1080 NW 61 Green. He is in Doctors. lIos- .Church and congregationwill

Rev. D.A, Bradley,pastor Our prayers are extendedI St.; Sunday July 14, at 4:30 pital. close out the anniversary,
Louise McGriff. reporter the sick and shut-ins and those I The pastors brother-in-' You, art .most :ordJaUlln.

\ who are bereaved p.m.Usher_ JBoan)No,1 invite. you law, MrS James ,Coleman of riled to attend all A these.ser
On !'rhiay'aigh t ,there willbe Ride at Newark 'vetted with us last : "vices. 't' .
their i
attend ,,Hay the W Simi '
i;"contest),between too flOe )' :.- ',.' ': ; ;:1:'.: \ bier of Mr tad. Mrs Tom Sunday morning, He b visiting toa1De la E. pastor'Fuller' ..,'of t i,lRiO\ ,:t ; ,
: t"i
: k te J ,
\ LcIv.\
1 aid]$coo} .pf other!:uewOdoca ? his family for 11'flea. day, .. '. .
:Drill'tire 'another trial...t.',: ,f IENDSHIa J f. : l arllp + 'ird5t'Jnly Don't to \ ; ,,-. ', : > ;.' :'J. : ;. 1 .,.)talusother,- "i-.. { :,:,..: .;
: visit
: \ forget Sfete : .
; -'S : t'"
,wrnfct,::to.rii.'lftdtec.r'; : ( ;'t.. ; f : 'to.'eurardesjj: ; d Nora Grant.Sister Ruth Grant I" !ibe ptBtorwish iu dir+>.mbit ,. ', -. ,'..,.\ i .. r.!,",I,."I
$ !l \;
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f'1 ,
1. 1'will cele* to thank all ,0( 1' d. : : ", 'L :'.
1 f..iZ.i:1'
ministersand .
11u the :, ;
'f.tlt :: U ttb t- I '
: R1tIy. Csit rel
e gisterfrown.
>a 'Tea Sister W\naw1s-and A''
borne I 1 '" ', brat*;their (5th,anniversaryon'the , friend{ who came'out and ,1'1'.: "l'rG'R''e': .: .1f.: .:..
pi Br other and Sister 1Baptismal s fYlcpi:;:;; beheld July ,at 9 p.m. Please participated In the celebration ." .' I
Robert Cumralngs .
on Sunday, Sunday July 14. The pastor dome out and help them have of !
our pastors 5th
anniversaryand Rev. W
from 3:30 5 9010 F. Savoy
p.m., NW Is asking all candidates to ,and enjoyable time. MT. SINAI the church 41st anniversary pastorAt
7:30 this
16th p.m.
Ave. the
Sponsored by No. Sunday
meet at the church at 7 ,
a.m. the Garden Tea
2 Choir. You are invited to at- ; Rev. C. Albury, pastor on last was successful there will be a planning and
The Sunday School and BTU sponsored by the Trustee Patricia Austin, reporterThe throughout the day. evaluation conference for the
tend.On the thlrdSundaythe convention working under the Board Sunday, July 14, at the Thanksgiving committee Money raised $1,592.96. congregation, as we look at our

; ,cons and Deaconess will have Jurisdiction of the Seaboard home of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman expresses sincere thanksto The presidents of various 1968 programpastandfuhire.I I
Smith, 4771 NW 8th Ave. the membership for help- auxiliaries urge all membersto Vacation
4 their anniversary at 3 p.m. Baptist Association will con- Bible School will
The Male Chorus will cele- Ing in their first public program please meet on their meet- begin Monday and
; The Rev. Sims from New Hope vene July 11 14 at Greater will be held
Baptist will deliver: the mes- New Macedonia Baptist. brate their anniversary, July for the fund. ing nights. from 9 to 12 a.m.
28, at 3 p.m please come out The Annual Picnic will bEheld I Prayer meeting and bible We
sage. Come and hear him. Church, Rev. Roscoe Jackson are preparing to be hostto
Remember the sick and pastor. Our pastor will preach and give them your full sup Saturday at Virginia L class every Thursday event the Trinity Presbyterian

shut-ins and those who have the educational sermon Friday: port.Remember Beach. The bus will leave al ing at 8 p.m. all members are Church of Key West on Sunday,

lost their! love ones. pray for at 7:30 p.m, He's asking all our sick and I, 9 a.m. please b e on time: urged to attend. July 21. This exchange fellow
shut Ins and for Let us continue to
the 1 boys? in Viet Nam.Visitors ushers and choir members tc I say prayer Remember to pray for ovu sick pray for ship day,is one of the highlightsof
axe always welcome be in uniform their speedy recovery. sick and shut-in members. our and shut-Ins. the year.



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 12, 1968 25
MT. MORIAHRev. FORUM AT .. '.'" ''' ..,tJ5t ,
..... : \ \,.,,..,..V
A. L. Shipp, pastor ISRAELThe .., Iif",, ,
Evelyn Souter, reporterThe ,A '"
League of Women ,
No. 1 Usher Board will Voters of Dade County, will

begin the I r anniversary Fri- sponsor a forum, Wednesday, e
day night at 7:30 p.m. with a July 17, from 10 11:30 a.m.
musical program and will climax at Temple Israel, 137 NW 19th II
Sunday at 3 p.m.with Rev. Street, on the subject of Equal

F. L. Johnson and congregation Employment Fact and
of Brownsville Baptist Fiction.

Church deliving the message. The panelist will be: C. B.
We are inviting the public to< Potter, chairman of Task

this well planned anniversary. Force, he will discuss "What
Refreshments after the 3 p.m. has been done so far." Frank

services Williams NAAB, "what we -
The No. 1 Choir will cele- hope to accomplish through ___....n._
brate their anniversary] business. Frances Henderson, L/Cpl. Floyd Mitchell Dan-
25 28. Please mark these director of Tacolcy will dis- :iels, son of Mr.and Mrs.Floyd
dates on your calendar. cuss "Youth Employment,' :Daniels of 10480 SW 172nd St.
please pray for peace and< and Mr. Harvey Wallace from 'was wounded in action June 23,
remember the ones in the Youth Industries. Anyone interested 'In Quang Nam Province, of
armed services. Visitors are are invited to attend. Viet Nam. Hesubstainedfragmentation -
always wel come. We were wounds to the right
happy our pastor felt able to side of his chest and abdomen. Learning Laboratoy for dies, Reading, and Library) Basketball (11. 14) and (15
deliver a wonderful message His condition isseriousandhis advanced mathematics Arts and Crafts-all ages Mon- and over). Badminton ((1114)
Sunday night. ST. MATTHEWSRev. is He is Friday. Leisure time (Band, and (15 and over). Ping pong-
prognos poor. now
A. Randall,pastor hospitalized in the 106th Gen- grades 3 through 12. Monday Chorls, Typing, Home Economics all ages. Water Skiing. Karate
Annie Vassar, reporterAll eral Hospital Yokohama Friday. Academics (Math and shop). Softball Monday, Thursday and Fri-

ZION HOPERev. members and friends'Japan. Your prayers and blessings English, Science, Social stu- (11 14) and (15 and over). day.

are welcome are his ------ ---
to Join us in the appreciated by -
Paul Freeman,
Bessie Williams, reporter celebration of our Lord's Supper family. Gibson Resigns U.N.C.F. Post
Revival meeting started during our evening worship -
Mr. and Mrs. P. H.Jones Bi

Friday Monday night night, and, July will 12.end Rev on,. All, at members 6:30 p.m.of Group Hare Philadelphia their dear, Penn.aunt,are Mrs.visiting Ida- To Devote Full Time To CompanyMr.

J. E. McCrary is the conductor. Cooper and other relatives.
Everyone is asked to come asked to please pay Sister While in the South Dade area, Jesse A. Gibson,an ex- public relations companies York which was sponsored by
out the last two nights and bear who will serve the they will be entertained by Mr. Miamlan and president of Nos- and advertising departments the Taconic Foundation.Mr. .
this wonderful Evangelist.The group while Deacon Sanders is and Mrs. Noah Williams, Mr. big Sales and CommlmityServices and group travel. Gibson has been Presi-
choirs and ushers will alter- vacationing.The and Mrs.RooseveltMcCoy, resigned recently from Division of Community services dent of Nosbig Sales and Community -
nate each night. No. I choir will celebrate and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur the United Negro College Fund ; Fund Raising consultant Services for several

Tuesday night after the sec- their anniversary the Cooper. and is now devoting! full timeto services to educational years, but operated on apart-
ond Sunday, July 16, the No. 1 l fourth Sunday in this month. .. social welfare institutions, time basis. He is now giving
Usher Board will sponsor a On Friday night the No.Two 1 S consultant services to municipal full time to the corporation.

program after prayer meet- Choir will sponsor a musical SOUTH DADE NEWSThe and government programsin During the part-time opera-
ing. They are asking each and program at 8:00.There will be s o c i a 1 welfare and Inter- tion, the corporation was en-
everyone to come out and help guest C&olrs. Everyone is men of Mt. Moriah Bap- group relations and com- gaged primarily in the mail

them put this program over welcome. tist Church of Perrine came munity organization consul- order business and limited
successful. Sister Glady's out with a big success toward tants on social welfare prob- consultation service towel-

Johnson, sponsor and Deacon their building fund drive by lems in urban areas. fare agencies. For many
Johnnie Anderson, president. raising $341,041 on mess day Jesse A. Gibson, ACSW has years, however, Mr. Gibson
Don't forget the sick, shut- E. R. Ferguson,pastor which was held Sunday, June served as Assistant Directorof has rendered consultant ser

in, and members of the be- Alice Banks, reporter 23. Fund-Raising for the United vices to industry, labor, municipalities -
reaved families in your pray- Sunday is Youth Day, the Negro College Fund, Directorof and government in
ers, along with the boys in youth will take charge of the Kerr Memorial C.M.E. Community Organizationand the areas of intergroup rela-
Vietnam. Sunday School, and continue in Church has as their new pas- Executive Director of Urban tions, employment, marketingand
charge throughout the entire tor Rev. C.R. A. Banks of Ft. '. League Affiliates, Housing sales, vocational gui-

services.Dr. Lauderdale.Mr. Coordinator for the New dance, health and welfare and

NEW SHILOHRev. John Webbs will be guest 'York City Housing Authorityand housing.
speaker in the 11 a.m.service. Levain, Mrs.GussiePayne Community Organization Mr. Gibson received his

A. M.Griffin,pastor Everyone is invited to come and Mrs. MaLissa his sales and community Director of Stuyvesant A.B. degree from Clark College -
Cheryl English, reporter out and hear this wonderful Harris are asking each and services corporation. The Community Center, a "Grass in Atlanta, Georgia
Thursday night'the pastor is speaker. everyone who has dishes located at 160 Fifth Roots' program in Bedford M.S.W. from Atlanta University -
the entire church to their homes, to please pick agency Stuyvesant Brooklyn New
asking accompany Don't forget to visit the sick Avenue, is most unique inthatIt Atlanta.
him to First Baptistof and shut-ins. them up, as soon as possible. both business
is set up to serve -
Opa-locka in behalf of Rev. and industry and Social
W. j. Macon's Anniversary.There START WORK TODAY! Welfare and Educational Insti-
will be a sale Satur- MT. CALVARY A Public Service Over
tutions. Call
day night at the home of Sister 20 Years divi
The agency has two
Love, 6935 NW 6th Ct. This is Rev. S. Atchison, pastor Live in Maids sions.
for the No. 1 Usher Board. Phyllis Beal, reporter Cooks Bus Boys Division of Sales:Sales pro- i CHARLES
Thursday night before the Baptismal service will be Dishwashers Porters .
Gas Station Drivers motion, community relationsand '
third Sunday the Pastor's Aid 5:30 Sunday. Do plan to at-
Hotel & Home Maids market development,con- 'A ROGERS
Union will have a program at "*
tend.Please We Appreciate sultation services on person
the church in behalf of the pray for the sick and BusinessAt and
nel intergroup
AT PL 1-7502
Pastor's Anniversary. shut-ins. Mr. and Mrs. Rock k
relations, limited market surveys -
Glenn are sick at their home FR 9.8382. personnel recruitment FOR A GOOD BUY ON A
CORINTHRev. and request prayers. services and consultation ser- SCOTT
Blake is still ill at Christian it'JC' 534 N. Miami Ave vices to advertising agencies. PIANO, ORGAN,
Andrew Jackson, paste:r Hospital. STEREO. OR ORCHESTRA I
Nina Morrow, reporter INSTRUMENTS.
There will be a Tea,Sunday, f4'G4td j
July 14,at the church, 1450 H\r 1f'

59th Street, from 4 6 p.m,
Many choirs and groups will b i Welfare Suite

present. Guest speaker will

Sister V. Williams. You ar> Thrown Out ;

cordially invited. Sponsored .. e4

by Sister Jackson. A federal suit to throw out SENSATIONAL COMBINATION OFFER!
Sister Bernice Ector a. the maximum $85 welfare FEATURES
member of Choir No. 1 t is vacationing .' grants allowed by the State of SOLID STATE ALL TRANSISTOR ./mowwS.OMaI.C
in Atlanta, Georg f Florida was dismissed in fedI I 51COIs

and asking for your prayer tha era 1 court Tuesday because ".(
she will have a successful(:1 the state has already abolished ,-'CO'D,

safe trip. .....
the grant. '"
The suit had been brought Ip1a. 1

_ ;L!.i FIRST'BAPTIST Economic Opportunity Pro- . tr1?
gram Inc. lawyers onbehalfoftwo N..dl..1a (
.:{ Rev. w. M. Davis, pastor Miami residents who ware

; ; Donella Turner, reporter supporting housefuls of child
''. Revival services are now I:I renonthe$85montblyply- 1 I' AWE
progress at'First Baptist,will l ments. may.. B S R Only
continue through the 19th oj r s.=< ....10 AUVOMAIK

this month. The Evangelist Is: Al Feinberg, who filed the Genuine MepU Walnut RECORD ec CHANGER Mehe.wr 95
the Rev. B. D.Coles.The public suit, said that while a constitutional Weed Veneer Ceblnet with Hand Ta Y SELL HAPPINESS I
is I longer Rubbed Plane Finish.kM .
invited to come and bear question was no M MMIry SS4 rM
WI M yud M SMN 04-
this very fine minister.All before the court, the state *.M/111M+5.I5(15.15AMd_. W. Mfcrt _I"-_M1Y10TH IM AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAYAt
junior Choir membersare not provide enough pM MUMT-MM it M MM 0 MOTH UM MM HO*MK...lilt..-I./N. 10510..IMMlHM the .,...r....* .( Nerltflewtli '.'IW."
still _..
asked to meet at th e t housewives on the -,5s S.Is. ,15CSs..a51.55. a1-
money 5.5. .-.....-...M Ww.a 11555 0.5-n ii im FREE HOME CORNER N.W. 54th ST. fc H.W 3rd AVE.
church Saturday, at 3 p.m.foi welfare rolls. PRESENTATIONCall Phone 751.7502Or2010
your rehearsal.Our VISIT OUR
visitors are always I told by a threejudge BEAUTIFUL SHOW ROOMS Biscayne Blvd. FR 1 0401-- BrowardJA2-511
welcome to with us. federal panels that any equity ABBEY-DOMESTIC CENTERS, INC. run OIUVIRT ANYWMIRI U.S.A.INrr.lAUOfROAll03I.lAS01ASnVO.MIO7U. S
worship a question to 15982 HW 27th Avenue
We are to know thai I t in payments 625-1261
happy at ,.
take to the state legislature (The 27tH Avenue Shopping c." ')
most of our sick are recov
ering. budget time. . . . . -. "-. '
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I Three looks of Fall 1968 For Toddlers

The Haberdashery look Is
68'ls beautiful season The Victoriana is a throw
Fall 19 a smartly tailored. There are
!, Nannette fashions In back to the Victorian era with
POET'SCORNER man-tailored skirts worn under -
V Toddlers and Babe Frocks. leg o'mutton, and shirred tweed
nubby Jumpers.
\: the Victoriana the sleeves, with barrel cuffs,
i looks There are vests and pleated
I\. 'Thirties, and the Haber- tucking, laces and ribbons. skirts and cardigan sweaters.

:!\ t$f.i' By GENE GRIENER L dashery look Sullivan collars There, are English and high even sailor chinscraper a Gilbert look all& narrow These groups and wide-wale are tailored cor-in

done in feminine fabrics. duroy, wooly-lookfngblends

: Snowflake/ / Star-Travel/ There are sashes and cum- poplin, bonded woven acrylicand
;, permanent press. These
There are pleated
'ir I sometimes wish I were not born so early: JERSEY CITY,N.J.-Miss skirts and softly gathered are seen in grey,navy, stained

: SNOWFLAKE descending from the bosom of Youth will be ones to travel to the stars. Linda Hill, daughter of Mrs. skirts in Victorian lines in glass hues as well as red,

heaven rest gently on our ghetto. They will escapetheeartlishine'sburly-burly Margaret Hill 3091 NW 64th colors of ecru, lilac, pink and royal and navy.

, And guide a rocket to the moon or Mars. Street, has graduated from the mauve. A delightful look There are many knit fabrics
\ ,: r SNOWFLAKE drifting like the dandelion in jersey City Job Corps center worthy of a toddler's life in an in cotton Jersey and ottoman
( May bring hope to the lost souls in this cage. And they will quest as time goes on and on for women. Miss Hill, who English manor. rib.
, The unfamiliar and still further deeps, came to the Jersey City Cen-
SNOWFLAKE glowing with the radiance of the ter, April 26, has completedthe
Probing each new and strange galactic dawn 7 Days-8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
sun light up the homes shrouded in darkness Beyond which only tiny vision sweeps course In Business and
Clerical Skills. The Best For Less At

SNOWFLAKE accumulate like the dust But I shall cling to earth and read.about The Jersey City Jobs Corps

blanket the earth where barefeet played The messages that they send back to earth; Center for Women, of which
And my vicarious thought will seek them out the YWCA of Jersey City is the
SNOWFLAKE melting in these trouble times Contractor, opened on March
, p wash away the sins of all mankind. Across configurations of new worth. 29. The young women, ages 16

. 'i through 21, received trainingin
. \! . PRIER . ,. Daniel Smythe the following vocations:

1 i 'V Culinary Arts, Health Occupations -

,.. \ ; Color, LineA Business and Clerical kvt1111iIllI

.' 1 / My MotherIn Skills, Electronics Assemblyand
Cosmetology. In addition,
; : Creole youth from New Or-leans
all the world they received General Educa-
t Played modern Jazz with Bernie White
ril pick no other tion instruction in reading, : '
: Upon a battered eighty-eight : (
and basic
For there's
His fingers were black birds in flight no one writing,
Like my motherShe's communication. The classes
in the Home & Family Living e 1 1
:.: In Bernie's Band was young Long John,
as gracefulas Program include:Sewing,How
A preacher's son from Tennessee,
) 3 I a queen to Build a Wardrobe,Sex Edu-
. Who soloed on his gold trombone
t ]J': A hunting Gershwin rhapsody And she'd go out her way cation, Nutrition, Child Care
'\ To do little,things, and Charm.
/ < ;;- .Upon the stage these two young men .
/ I \ .. Were playing In a Negro band; She's so thoughtful

. ', Their minds were free from all" the hates and so cute \ 1; Most Recent Survey

i r. They saw erupt across our land. If anyone hurts herr
> e : m aiming to shoot, 1 Shows
51 %
1j Repeat
f ) Musicians are a special breed, j
7: < .f The world they share Is like a shrine; But . _
! In Unity of Brotherhood i And Referral BusinessMUNICIPAL

1 < Their music has no color line. In all the world
: rll pick no other
For there's I
no one
> 11' . Gene Griener
' Like my mother 1 FLORIDA'SAUTOMOBILE

,Ii i\< Let Us Pretend 'T0:: Mrs. Meddle p. Bannies! (my mother) i aid ,HEvery

& <, In our garden of surrender

*. we'll taste the sweetness from the tree UnknownLetters '::: ;:!' minute anda SUPERMARKET!

that grows beyond our outstretched reach '. half. . someone
in daily, harsh reality.But AS ADVERTISED ON TELEVISION
returned. YOU oinri HOMI TODAY I
fantasies and Eden's dreams IMMIOIATI. OlirVIITI
week AAMCO satisfies more
are marked
you say, that they, are much too far unknown than 10,000 transmission problems.
to bridge the years and tears we've known, from seeds of love You get free towing a free road. 500 CARS!
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. Gene Griener We planted them protected by over 500 AAMCO Centers 15 YEARS-SAME LOCATION!
coast to coast
N r i upon our beach Every minute and a half some COURTIO SIR!! rou
high up so tide one proves ALWAYS HOtIDREDS OF 1955's

could never reach. You can rust THRU 1963's TO CHOOSE FROM

t't'I The good of you,

One day empty as another, the good of me, AUTO

Like the dry bed of a stream, we made a pledge -- TRANS111SSIORS
Gaunt and barren dull and eternally.Now SAIES & SERVICE
tasteless MTWM* t.ra..1 r,..,,,,,..,_ .
Without a dream.What's .
what remainson DAILY 8 TO 6
the point of searching, trying, grindstonesince
N.W. 36th St.
love 3061
Lean the soul when void of scheme. like ours DOWNTOWN MIAMI

Future plans are bleak and vacant is marked -- unknown. 64H.E..20THST.PHONE ECONOMY CORNER-31U i N.VY. 36th STREET

Without a dream. 1.00 *.M TO 10 P.M.
. Gene Griener
Each'new venture leads -
to failure, -- --------

Mind can't seem to find the beam. "

Just existing is so useless -,

I Without a dream. The Mini-Brute presentsthe
t' love Is... .
. Viola Jacobson Berg

r short payment nook.

Love is

a naked promise
Her Boss's Weather VaneA '
opening the door ,;
to surrender. I
secretary types and types,
And she must take dictation too, Love is "'1 "

Plus rough abuse and many gripes a ferris wheel
About the things her boss should do. of stars in June skies

fireworks in July
A sounding board, Miss-In-Between, snowflakes in December
Who must be sweet to all who call,
For those who make the
never scene
Love Is
2 door Sedan
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the passion of red
This ball she has from nine to five loneliness of blue Bulck's new Opel Kartell 2-dr. Sedan.
Is some times more than she can take; singleness of gray.
She often prays she will survive TEST ORIVI ONI TODAY AT-

Until Irs time for -- coffee break. Love Is

Then coffee tied, well fortified honed the wanting razorsharpupon Sheehan BUICK

(. ; With powdered nose to face the strain; the whetstoneof .
'1 She can return where certified, desire.

) She is her boss's weather vane. ENTIRE 2300 BLOCK S.W. 8th STREET HI 4-1661

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..apr week the social secur-

ity office receives questions
from housewives about reporting -

the wages of a maid.

Mr. Arthur J. Sparkes, acting
district manager of the North

r t< 3 Miami social security office

.' } a explained that if wages paid by

one employer are atleast$50,
they must be reported.For ex-

t ample, April through June is
the second quarter of the year.

fL q If a maid is paid $50 or more
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July 31st.
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The maid cannot decide
r whether taxes will be withheldor

L54 not, Mr. Sparkes said. The
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w k J hold 4.4% from the maid's
wages and to match this with

an equal amount. Failure to

LL* .. report the wages paid to a maid
. *. ." would make the employer lIa-
I Ft. Lauderdale ble for the entire amount of social
Kappas Have
Big YearThe security tax plus penaltyand

'htu+ciatus &ha4qe IOW/ interest. For more infor-

Ft. Lauderdale Alumni Kappa tradition. Conversa- Henry Latimer,HenrySapp, mation about how to report
chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi tions are still l overheard in reporters. The former Evangelist Church of God. household employees, get In

Fraternity enjoyed one of the which the "way out" decorations Members of the Ft. Lauder- Kathleen Basden Moss,daughter The bride's sorority sisters touch with your social secur-

most successful years in the are being discussed. dale Alumni Chapter pictured of Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. really made the day completewith ity office located at 12695 NW

history of the chapter during Thanks to Brother J. Grump above are:Sitting(left to right) Basden of Miami, and the Rev. Valdez Murray singing a 7th .

196768. ler our decoration engineer.As ., first row, Bros. H. Cooper T. Dr. John Wells of Akron, Ohio Medley of love songs and Mrs.
Under the dynamic leader- a matter of awarding hard Humphuries, J.Dunbar,and C. exchanged vows Sunday, June Lydia Richardson at the ham- at a later date.The new- j

ship of Brother Ronald Braynon work and effective leadershipwhere 1 Shirley; Standing, second row; 23, at 6:30: p.m.on the spacious mon organ. Mrs. Beulah ly weds are now residing at

Polemarch, the year was praise is due, the fra- F. Pinkston, H. Sapp, J. patio of the fabulous home of Morrow motored from Wild- the beautiful Park Towers

initiated in Sept. by the Frat ternity selected two membersto Crumpler, A, Johnson, 0. Bishop M. T. Wheelers.Kath- wood, Fla to be with the bride Apartments located onNW2nd :

sponsoring "KappaSwset- receive awards for their Sims; standing, back row, R. leen wore a beautiful turquoise and Mrs. Francis Grant jeted St. Rev. Wells holds a bache- .

heart" contests concurrently. outstanding work during the Webb, J. Dallas, R. Braynon, dress with all of the colorful from Atlanta, Georgia. lor of Science Degree and e
There were 10 contestants in 1967 68 year. Brother Ronald and C. Sworn. accessories to match the Kathleen is a local teacherin Doctor of Divinity from Buf- :

each of the most charming Braynon received, the "Kappa beautiful blue swimming pool one of the day care centers falo University in Buffalo,New :
young girls and ladies in theFt Man of the Year"award.Bro Brothers not shown: Bros.C. where the ceremonies took headed by the Economic Opportunity York. I

Lauderdale area.The con- ther Robert Green receivedthe Adderly, R. Adderly, J, place. The Rev. Ferguson pas program Inc. and a Thanks to all friends, co- I
tests were culminatedwiththerespective "outstanding service" Brown, B. Clark, R.Green,A. tor of the Beulah Missionary member of the Zeta phi Beta workers an guest for all the :

winner in each award. Hastings, A. Kennedy,C. Kim- Baptist Church conducted the Sorority and the Church of God lovely gifts received on their .

category being crowned at the The fraternity looks forward brough, H, Lamar, H. Lati- ceremonies in a very unique of Prophecy Miami No. n,She wedding day. May the Lord i

"Kappa Sweetheart Corona- to a more successfulyear mer, G Merritt, H. Pittmin, manner with the bride's sister holds a Bachelor of Science richly bless all of you is their i

tion Ball.' in 1968-69. R. Strong. Mrs. Eva L. Adderly, RN at degree in Education from the prayer. Special thanks to Rev. E

This affair was held at the her right i side as matron of Florida A&M University, Tal- Cordia Wheelers and husbandfor

beautiful Galt-OCean Mile honor and her husband Mr.Ad- lahassee. outlining such a beautiful

Hotel on Fort Lauderdale Bahamas NewsOn derly gave the bride away.The John is also a teacher and wedding and extending hospi-

Beach. Miss Louise Smith was CarverRanches groom's best man was BishopM employed by the same pro- tality for the use of their love-

crowned Kappa Sweetheart Friday, June 21, more T. Wheelers also a nativeof gram only in a different de- ly home.
Verda Trimble crowned Teen- l I than 300 citizens were present Akron, Ohio and Overseer partment. Plans for a honey- Mrs. Sarah Thompson, reporter I

age Kappa Sweetheart. Both when the dedication of a park of the Miracle Lighthouse moon in New Mexico will take j

were awarded monetary between Howard and Strachan .__________________. i
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prizes and accorded all of the i News ]; streets in Chippingham, took ..

honors accompanying to the i I Walter Bows I place. The park is named. I.
By |
titles bestowed upon them. 1 ,Gibson, honoring the late Mr. EARN :

Proceeds from the affair were Gibson who gave devoted ser- S.
There will be a cleanup _
used to donate a scholarship toa vice as an educator in the pub- o
campaign in the Carver -
graduating senior from one lic schools for 30 years.A plaque 40 % i
area soon, Mrs. Mary
of the Broward County was unveilled inhis mem- I
Saunders reported meeting on .
schools by his widow Mrs. Edith
this issue this week at the parkin ory
In March 1968, as a tributeto Carver Ranches. More de- Bell Gibson. COMMISSION 1
the patience and under- .
tails next week in the Miami
standing the Silhouettes had Three thousand Janulcans :
Tlmf Also the water issue
shown us in our efforts to nuke s. who were in the colony illegally j
has been settled we will have .
the activities successful has been ordered to get out .
water in February for the Hde ,. :
a boat ride was given on their Park area. or go to jail.Minister .. J :rvF -' .
behalf. All of the brothers and .
The VFW Post No. 8195 of Education Cecil .
their wives or sweethearts, Ladies Auxiliary of West Wallace Whitefield has an- : sr nt c .w.yc'.04 ... .
boarded the "Jungle Queen"and ': f'i'i Pnk,5s k'? ..rK --- :
Hollywood, will meet Sunday, nounced a change in our edu- .
went on an excursion up July 14, at 5 p.m at the post cation system.The governmentwill .0
and .
down the Intercostal
home on Pembroke Rd. Mem- abolish infant and junior N s'
pr .
bers be present. Mrs. Addle schools replacing them by one ESz
This excursion was high- Ruth : .
James president, Mrs.
lighted when the boat dropped Scott secretary.The Tourists visiting Nassauare .. ..

anchor at one of the Islands Gay Ladies Club of struck with the beauty of .. ::: ): t4EWSO'YSl .
along the wa t e r wa There c
y. West Hollywood are thankingwho ,the islanders' lawns featuringa I.
everyone disembarked; enjoyed made their dance a suc- wide variety of flowers, : l y : .,

dinner, dancing, and live cess at the Down Beat Club in shrubs and trees. Backyard y. t16.1e..i /i .
III. $ WM. M ,
entertainment all in a tropical Ft. Lauderdale last Wednes- gardens have an endless l :
island setting. From all avail- day night. Music was furnishedby variety of fruits and vege- .M ,, ...rt i. ..

able reports from home, I t Eddie and the Interns. tables, including beets, broc- : rN iM .

can be reported here that the Miami Times boys wanted in, coli, Chinese cabbage,cucum- S: I 'm.S First you buy 11 copies ofjhe Miami :
Silhouettes really enjoyed Carver Ranches for inform- bers, mustard, okra, onions, ' 4 Times for 99<. Sell them;'.for 15< a .

themselves on this occasion. tion, contact Walter A. Bowe, peppers, tomatoes, turnips, o ma'A, piece. You make 66< Pf ftt. with :
During awards day at Bowes Barber Shop, 4444 pigeon peas, cassavas, pea- this profit plus your original 99< investment .

At t u c k s High School,Dania, Pembroke Rd. Boys between nuts, limas, scarlet plums and : S you buy 22 more Miami : '
Brother Fredrick Pinkston, on old. sapodillas. S Times. Repeat this process untilyou :
and 12
behalf of the Ft. Lauderdale years -, : are selling 50 or more papers. When .
Alumni chapter, presented a r---------------------- --, : you are selling 50 Miamf Times, e

$500 Jackson scholarship to the award college to Ernest of- 'I I SUBSCRIPTION ORDER I Ii 1 ,I.. f1y iS you self will each make week.$3.00 profit for your o:

his choice. Jackson was I Miami 'Times I .. ,. ..t .e

selected by the fraternity as I I 6530 NW 15th Avenue 1 I J ''i.row ..
being one of the outstanding 1 I Miami, Florida 33117 -. .

graduating seniors from the : I :. 1 ..

Broward County School find the sum of 5.00 1 .
1 Enclosed please .
System who wold reap the j I 1 1 ee .
greatest benefits from the |1 to cover the cost of a one year subscription .1 .:> "
scholarship. i CaJI 691-0421 !
{1 the Miami Times. :
to 1 I .
No year would be complete j ..
without the Black and White I I .

that Ball this it goes affair was without held.saying It was I 1 j I Mall Addles Paper To 1 1 .: The Miami Times 6530 NW 15th Ave. .:

a success. About 400 invited .
I State ___ Zip Cod. S
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guests attended. They all look |I City .
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RUt. : Youth GamesFive
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I I "'" -., 'I .. track and field meets at local parks and recreation
will be held on three succes- centers.
BY HARRY SPEAR sive Saturdays beginning Saturday Competition is open to boys

-- t July 31 In preparation and girls fifteen years of age
MARLINS STILL RIDING ON TOP for the 1968 United States and under.
22- The top four finishers in
Youth Games held August
The Marlins are still on top of the Eastern Division by three w 25 in St. Louis, Mo. each event from the two pre-
games. They took two games out three by defeating the run- P y The meets are co-soonsor- liminary meets held t M-DJC
ner up, Daytona Beach Dodgers. The rain outs are hurting all ed by Miami-Dade Junior Col- North and the two preliminarymeets
around, the drop of attendance, no practicing for the team be- lege and the Metro Park and held at M-DJC South
fore game time, having to start a game late, loyal fans wait- Recreation Department under will compete in the featured
ing around, the same old diehards,whenever give up, I could 4rw a the auspices of the Summer championship meet on Satur- :
fill a whole page, if I were to mention their names, but don't Youth Opportunity Recrea- day, July 27 at 10 a.m. on the t,
think Bill Durney, Sr. and Jr. appreciates your patronage tional Program. Miami-Dade Junior College
this is what keeps up the good spirit all around. U I have to Preliminary meets will be North Campus. .;.
say this again and again,this!is the best Marlin team we have held at Miami-Dade north and The top 25 boys and top 25 "
had in ages,therefore,we have to take our hats off to the man- south campuses on Saturday girls will be flown toSt.Louis,
ager, and players, for their fine brand of baseball. I can go on July 13 and Saturday.July! 20 Mo. courtesy of American :.
and on mentioning all the good about this team, they are the Ready to record an exciting day on the courtsis with registration beginning at Eastern Airlines represent.
bunch, and a credit to the Florida State League. As for the 134 Miami In the Un1tedstates
the new Kodak Instamatic camera, a budget- 9 a.m. each day. Registrationmay
games that almost look impossible to play, up comes the be completed in advance Youth Games on Autust 22-25..
ground keeper Fred Rodgers, with the assistance of the clubhouse price model offering convenience.
boy,Jaime Rodriguez,for the hard work getting the field to adjust. An electric eye sets the lens auto-
in shape to play,on,also Sarge Bright the custodian of the sta- matically for perfectly exposed pictures on cloudy Dade County Bicycle Rodeo k I IA

dium, he watches the balls and also straddles on top of the bright as well as sunny days. signal Iin the view-
stadium and all the baseballs hit there is 65 I at
gets up Sarge finder tells when to use flash. Small enough to tote Bicycle Rodeo will be held elude; Coasting race, slow i
old not bad for
a man
years age. at the Dade Junior Stadium race, relay race, slalom and i
Bandriemer former ball along with tennis the new camera in a color
Now for the critics,Issy a pro player gear, Track, Miami-Dade Junior obstacle race.
also played with the House of David Baseball team. Issyis outfit costsless than $28. College North Campus on July
the daddy of the grandstand and the best second
managers "
-10, starting time 7:15p.m.The The Dade County 500" Is
after a play has been executed we all know he is sin-
guesser ,
teenagers participating In this co-sponsored by the Miami-
cere about his baseball and the Marlins. And he had to learn MakV
2!!& ; )j First Annual Bicycle Rodeoare Dade Junior College and the a.
when he was a rookie, so Issy Just shut up once in awhile and entrants from the Recrea- Metropolitan Dade County
give someone else a chance. I have mentioned over and over .
tion Centers of MetropolitanDade Park and Recreation Depart
about the and how bad it has been also b
again, umpiring, giving iI +
r County. Events will in- ment. Admission is free.
credit where it is due, but after Tuesday nights game where !
Steve Green trying to keep his batting streak of ten straight "Stars Over Miami' a
games alive, was robbed of a base hit,when I say robbed there summer-long program of ,z ,
was no question about It, but who robbed him the umpires? entertainment amateur y\
Base umpire Louis Benitez didn't see the play but the plate talent contests for and by S

umpire twice the distance away called Green out,then the rhu- neighborhood youth leading to a }.
bard started, towels helmets came flying out of the dug out, an appearance on the Ted Mack
that's how bad the call was. the umpire to call the clay was Amateur Hour, has become a
Fitzpatrick, these can't call balls and strikes right not alone huge success in a short time.
call a play like that. Marlins schedule, Saturday-Sunday,July
13-14 Marlins vs Leesburg; Monday-Tuesday, July 15-16,vs. City of Miami officials to-
Tampa, Sunday, game 630 p.m. Other) games watch your daily gether with businessmen and a
papers on account of doubleheaders coming. leaders of the area'senter-, wf HE TOR'I He t R'f E'N 'St, j'P

DOLPHIN NOTES tainment industry have donat- o a
ed their support and technical r _
1 help to bring such stars as '.
Trades for future draft choices are a somewhat common
Debbie Steve Givsoc
e occurrence in professional football,and It now seems that four Reynolds,
and the Red Caps, the Blue
such previous trades may have a very important bearing on
and the Frisco Kids .
Notes as
the fortunes of the Miami Dolphins in 1968. % "
Five young men are involved,and all are considered to have guest artists for the average 1L. Mk
possibilities of being Dolphin standouts in the near and perhaps I of 3500 persons who gather in %'
immediate future. Vlrrick Park every Monday;

They are; Doug Crusan, 255-pound offensive tackle from Dixie Park every Wednesdayand
Manor Park Friday .
Indiana; Jim Cox, 230-pound tight end from Miami;Dick An- every + o M s 'M.w i

derson, 200-pound safetyman from Colorado; Kim Hammon, night. _. .
Winners to date In the neighborhood -- ---: """' --"'[--"-"" '; "'--
190-pound quarterback from Florida State, and Randall Ed-
munds, 225-pound linebacker from Georgia Tech. amateur contests are Pictured Above are some of the members of the Miami Beach National Allianceof
All five have come to the Dolphins as a result of draft Willie King, 17, NorthwesternSr. Postal and Federal Employees and Auxiliary.; NAPFE will host the National Con-
choices received from other American Football League teams. High School; Sir Winston vention at the Eden Roc Hotel on beautiful Miami Beach, August 19-24. National

Crusan, captain last year of Indian's Rose Bowl team, was a Scott Sensations and Company Coral(Includingth Gables President, Ashby B. Smith of Washington, D. C. and Mrs. Beatrice R. Simpkins, National -

first round choice, and Jim Cox, co-captain at Miami a year School), and the Little Auxiliary President/ of Boston, Massachusetts were in the city on June 23 to
ago, was a second round draftee. Both draft choices were received High Sensations; aid in finalizing plans:for the convention. Both were quite pleased with the progress
by Miami in the trade that quarterback.John Stofa singing group, being/ mode. local
10-12 years of age, of Carver Clyde Young is branch president and Mrs. Rubye L. Scott is Auxi
to Cincinnati.
School. liary president.
Anderson' a first team All-American at Colorado, was a -Elementary The local program on Monday evening, August 19, at the hotel is expected to attract
third round draft choice.This came to the Dolphins in the trade Other winners are Janet many of our Miami friends and well-wishers of the Branch. The Miami Times ::

that saw quarterback Jon Brittenum go to San Diego. King, 16, Central High; Char- will keep you informed of the coming events of this gala affair that is bringing host f"
lotte Teague and Walter of dignitaries/ and delegates from all fifty states.

NOTICE Parks. Coral Gables High. ;The I,I ,:
King Tillman Duo, Coral
Gables High; Gwendolyn John-,
Durney, Sr. and Jr., have invited your baseball teams
son, 17, Northwestern AT 10 SATURDAY MORNING!
with coaches,tonextSundajrnlghtsgame,July 14, at 6:30 p.m., High; the Dynamics, Coral
please wear uniforms, this ,LsalH free, look for your sportsat Gables High; and Willie James
the front entrance, take advantage of this offer and let them
Hampton, 9, Carver
see the youngsters are Interested, hope to see you all there. tary.

Auditions are heldeveIY
Tuesday from 4 6:30

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. Vets Urge Equal OpportunityDelegates CARLTON REALTY

to the Jewish War son of Christ Episcopal 5662 MAYO> STREET WEST HOLLYWOOD
Veterans state convention Church, Coconut Grove, was
have urged equal Job oppor- included among the disting- $300 down One FHA mortgage $62 monthly 3014 NW 79 STREET (Broker)

tunity and the elimination of all uished guests present for theCommander's 2 bedroomsCBS 693-4772, CALL 635 -3171
discriminatory employment Banquet on June
practices. The convention was 23rd, honoring outgoing commander Lot 60x100
held at the Barcelona !Hotel, James Stern. Rev. Tile Roof FHA-CBS, 3 bdrm, 1 bath, LR, Ige K, din room,
June 21-23. Gibson offered a prayer for Ut rm; cpt enclosed front porch, bar-b-e., fenced
Another resolution approved peace. Other Extras $14,950, $450 down plus h cc, $106.20 mo.
the creation of a member in The newly- elected state 373-3304 OWNER 923-1300 FHA-CBS bdrm 2 bath, LR, Fla rm, K, din R,
the Florida governor's cabi- commander of the Jewish War gar.awn., covered patio,drapes,carpets, blinds,
net to handle urban affairs. Veterans is Michael Schechter sprinklers$20,500$1675 dwn$165 mo.paysall.
The Rev. Theodore R. Gibe of Miami. FHA-CBS, 2 bdrm, 2 bath, LR, Fla rm, K, din.
r R, Ut. rm, gar., patio set, waterfront,' $24,500",
$1900 down, $156 month.

CBS, DOLL HOUSE, 2 bdrm, 1 bath, LR, K and
< Din area, Ut. rm, cpt, fenced, $10,850, $1100
down, $70 month pays all.

OPEN DAYS '" CBS, SPECIAL, 3 bdrm, 1 bath, LR, K, Din.
7 R. t's a beauty. $12,400, $1500down $86
;Rte ,' ,<',' ',..i!,. '. ... I'
: CBS, BARGAIN, 3 bdrm, 1 bath, LR, K, din area,
INVESTORS AND RETIRED PEOPLEWe U t area, Ige gar., $12,500,$1200 down,$115 II o.all.|

7 have some 5 and 6 unit rental properties.You WATERFRONT DREAM, 3 bdrm, 1 bath, LR.,
can obtain with reasonable down payment. K and din. area, closed porch, gar. on 72'xlSO'
Priced very sensibly and give very good returnson $11,000, $1200 down, $100 ma. pays all.
investment. Come and see I Ii
your * * * * * *

7 TUNE IN TO JON CARLTON in the Real Estate
'; SELLER':PAYS ALL' CLOSING COSTS*';l 4::; Corner, WMBM, 1490 KC, Friday 3:00 p.m. and
CALLOWAY Very sharp CBS:at .3620 N.W 179tbrSt 'Lorge cor-1: 9:00 p.m. Get Real Estate information and call
3 bedrooms, 1 bath, circular driveway, :ner lot, 'Floilda'toom'carport: rear pattoValou| '*. to see the homes.
fenced in yard, tile roof and other features.A sic windows, awnings, FHA price 13500.; ;$450-.

small down payment. Low monthly pay- ,: down.$90.10, .'!Ionth.'.;.(.Qpa.loch. number" .624.3666)41.,. ) J
ments. For more information call me at:

PL40655BROWN ((1)J) 4846 NW 16th Ave 3 bedroom CBS,
frame house large corner *
Neat siding on
$600 down, No qualifying. $25 week.
lot. Jalousie windows, awnings, stove and
REALTY refrigerator. Price only $6,000 with $800 down
and $75 months We have keyl I ((2)) 4001 NW 19th Ave 2 bedroom, 2 bath,

CBS, $600 down, No qualifying. $25 wk.
4740 NW 7th Ave.
((3)) 1174 NW 67th St. 3 bedroom, CBS. No
Wellington Brown, RealtorFANUBULOUS Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS that has every qualifying. $495 down. $25 week.
thing I Florida room, carport, tile roof, awnings,

{ awning and well windows for fawns,wall, heatercitp stove, ,refrigerator water and, dishwasher pump ((4)) 4407 NW 17th Ave. 2 houses on 1 lot.

Indirect lighting. Lovely swimming pool, $695 down, no qualifying, $25 week.
too. FHA price $17,000, $700 down and $112.55

"' month W* have key % , ; . \ I IJ' OPEN EVERY DAY
\ I ..' .. 'to: ...': \", ;-:.; ';' I, -' :'

Model I at Large 4 bedroom, 2 bath, CBSand, garage in back 3639 NW 15th Ave. 635-4595
'.1 has 2 apartments. Location 'at 48 NW 48th St. Is

5917 S.W. 63rd Street Ideal, near everything. Price $16,500, :$3,000<<
down and $130 month. Good buy. Live rent free II

I EZ no flF\!REAL, !M o gACEI

VETERANS $100 DOWNNON "\, This 3, bedroom,Z bath Le uty lion'2'corft?, loT ., 18 Units $62,000 TOTAL
tile roof oil : "
Double carport, heat awnings;'Ial.{ ::
ottfie windows air conditioner, large modern-'
kitchen, appliances wall to wall carpeting, $25000 cash above existing 6% first mtg.
'r 1 MORTGAGE FHA $85 MONTHNO sprinklers, fenced.FHA price $18,500.$800 down only $300 month. 25% net return on cash in-.
CLOSING COSTS $118.76 month and teller pays all closing costs vestment. Building location is 14460 NW
22nd Avenue.

Lovely corner 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS home. Jalousie -
windows, lenced yard, pretty patio, bar-b- Day: 635-4595
Greater Miami que, wall to wall carpeting, terrazzo floors, FHA By Night: 226-1481
price only $13,500 with $450 down and $90.10mo. BROKERS COOP
Realty, Inc. (Our Opa.locka number is 624-3666)). .

:: Very beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBSon, 'lovely, '
'lovely street.. Huge carport,, (fa Iou It.:'windows'. ;" :.
i wall heat, built-in. kitchen. pew appliances, 2 ,': fkig;; Realty Inc. of Miami
patios, sliding glass doors to,patios* Well worth ', ,
HOUSING REAL ESTATE LOANS FHA valuation $15,500$500 down and. ,$103.57": "Klng Siu 8w."REALTORS: 8000 NW 7th
; month, Vacant,' we have key! .. .: DADE IS OUR"COUNTY :' Ave

I MORTGAGE Corner home on large landscaped fenced lot, 693-28S I
awnings, l jalousie windows, carport, large modern
FHA CONVENTIONAL ENTERPRISE kitchen,. appliances, air conditioned, 26 ft. pool,
sprinklers, circular drive. FHA price $14,500,
'. .( $450 down, $97.01 month. A real beautyl!
: :
1>,, .
2180 NW 155 TERRACE

Waterfront,3 bedroom,2 bath, $93 month includes
," all. See this deal.

: 3831 NW 115 STREET
,; 3 bedroom, 2 bath. What a buyl See this today.


4932 NW 7th Ave.

Licensed Mortgage Broker and Owner .V .1 16000 NW 27 Ave U.
specialize in homes for persons being dis-
Office: 5722 NW 17th Ave. 624-3666 ,:.. ,, ) placed in Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing
Projects. Veterans call to see if you qualify.
Phone 693-0818 A,.* :" ., Open Evenings Sundays.:,-*,:&:, t You're only a phone call away.



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THEMIAHI J'IMES, Fjidqy, Iulr 12, 19,8



1833 NW 88th Street


Reference. 696-3703.
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colors looking dim? Duplex up and down best Nice private room $12 week. ':b.1: 1'1
CARPET 7517 NW 4th Avenue 754-7740. M.1D.HELP JI m .H l ,hJr
Bring 'em back give, 'em buy in this area, Florida room, Gorgeous 3 bedroom 2 bath,

vim Use Blue Lustrel! Rent garage large rooms and tile roof, oak floors, modern CALL US TODAY!

electric sbampooer $1. Star large Duplex hardwood floors built- in kitchen, central air-
- -- sw.rssr - - - - - sI
Hardware Co., 8747 NW 22nd sensational value at $18,500 conditioned and heat, carpet, ,
terms can be witha WANTEDFive I
Avenue. arranged drapes, dishwasher, sprinkler e
good down I HELP WANTED
payment shown
system and more -- Total men and women. Part-
Spacious and livable home by appointment only. Call us B I
FHA $22,500 only $1,500 work with local manager,
3 bedroom, 2 bath,InScbenley Fenster Realty (Broker) 759- down No closing costs-vets average$1.97 perhour tostart. 4 .

park. Living room,, 8779. $1000 down $145 monthly Service work. Must have FIRST FEDERAL -' .

large kitchen and dinging room let us qualify you now!] Aetna phone. Call for appointment d I
area, air-conditioner in each ATTENTION I 1 INVESTORSWe Realty(Broker) 811 NW 54th 949-4793. 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. 1 I SAVINGS '

bedroom. 661-3788. have good 5 units and 8 St. 811 NW 54thSt.,phone757- to 3 p.m 6 to 8 p.m. ROOSEVELT OFFICE !

unit apartment buildings -ex- 5724, open 7 days SAVINGS OFFICER
Small store and cellent investment with
grocery mar good Barmaids and waitresses Ii
ket. Living quarters.Must sell down payments excellentre-
6601 NW MIAMI PLACE waited Good working conditions I
-- sickness. 13 years same turns on your investment-callus CBS 2bedroom, Fla. room top pay.Call after 7 p.m. Type 50 wpm, previous 'A 0I
location. Highest bidder. 561 for locations and all information tile roof oak floors 681-3201.
carport, I office experience required -
NW 77th Street. Logue's Mar- Fenster RealtyBrok- no qualifying $13Z50 assume Good
er) 759-8779. (fly 19) / starting
ket. mortgage of $85.00 monthly, salary. Liberal fringe

buyer will get a stove,refrig- Attractive young lady to play
STOCK REDUCTION SALE BEAUTY SHOP erator and air-conditioner at piano and sing. Must be talented benefits.

C u s tom e Jewelry, clothingmen (2 chairs) plus 2 rental units, sale price Hurry! Hurry! and have pleasing personal Telephone 373-2553 J

and women,store fixtures excellent money maker. New Hurry Aetna RealtyBroker), ity. Fine restaurant and additional informationFOR 0

business machines, noveltiesand area perfect location plenty 811 NW 54th St., Ph.757-5724 lounge. Long contract Good

no tI 0 n s. Scabs of mer- of'parking Runs from Streetto open 7 days. salary. Call 371-2621. Mr.

chandise. Street Drive by 1778 NW Barrish.

CENTRAL PARK GROCERY 95th Street then call us for all - -

1061 NW 20th Street information. Fenster Realty CAROL CITY. Modern 3 bedroom Tupperware Dealers wanted. SALE ADDITIONSFlorida

Sunday only 1-7 p.m. Jobbers (Broker) 7598779.BEAUTIFUL 2 bath, Fla. room,car- Rooms Bedrooms
welcome port, utility room, modern Car necessary. Call 693-0060 3 bedroom, 2 Bathroom

DUPLEX built in kitchen, corner lot, (Jljr 19) garagt Also Romaldollna

FHA terms total price$13,500 $1,000 down and take over low 1809 HW 41st STREET CALL NEWBOLD
Good barber wanted. Masteror Like Rent ".3122 532.1158
interest mortgage TUBIN Buy or
$350 DOWN FHA with $450 down live rent free
rent one side. This is a love- Realor, 7906 NW 7th Ave. apprentice. Good pay guar- Lets Bought & Sold
anteed. Dave's Artistic Bar- 8-1340
691-4785. JE
ly property a real bargain
1396 NW 60tt STREET
ber Shop, 1090 NW 62nd Street
right across the street from
Lovely 3 bedroom CBS
( 12))
Santa: Clara School don't miss
lot. Hurry this will sell fast. Porches
Now ,
Remodeling -
this. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor cal 1
Allapattab Realty 633-0426. Fla
Bedrooms Rooms,
anytime 759-2425: FOR RENT Bath RoomsCALL
Beautician wanted. Busy salonon HOME AWAY NEWBOLD
2109 NW 81st Terrace 2 bed- 91st Street an 17th Avenue FROM HOME 446-3122 or
CLOSING COSTS 566 NW 22nd Street 532.1858J29)
room frame newly decorated 751-7449 or 6919392. )
.c Tourist Accommodation
1460 NW 38th STREET: Unfurnished 1 bedroom apart-
Lovely home 2lots.Uapattah screened porch, large lot,city ment. $19 weekly, key at the (Indef.) Do you hove a friend or

Realty, 6330426. iter. No qualifying. Why pay front apartment relative visiting?
rent? For more informationcall Beautiful private home for

$350 DOWN-FHA owner 758-5400. 1805 1/2 NW 76th Terrace CHILD CARE rent. Daily Basis.
Air conditioned wall vall
5900 NW 5th Avenue House, unfurnished, for 1 per- Look!
Lovely 2 bedroom CBS, air- 1600 NW 112th Terrace son, key at next door. Weekly New Antioch Child day care, carpet throughout, completely Hey _

condloned, Fla.:room terrazzo CBS No qualifying, 2 bedrooms -'.$16. 4. open all summer1... Free.pickup beautiful furnished In good lawn taste furniture ,
tile roof oak floors porch,
; ,
floors. Allapattah Realty, 633- and delivery 4760 NW 7th
flowers fruit IF YOUR AUTO- ;
0426. stove, air-conditionedfenced 2133 NW 45th Street trees,

yard, total price$12,750-only Large 2 bedroom house,un- Ave. 754- 2985 and attractive front and BODY IS NOT BECOMING

No qualifying move right In $500 down monthly E-Zier furnished. $27 weekly.All All back Utilities yards. Furnished I In- THEN YOU I
than rent see today
Immaculate 2 bedroom bath
enclosed sleeping porch, car- Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th immediate occupancy.Call cludingClosedGarage& TV. OUGHT TO BE COMING

port tile roof, hardwood floor, Street, Phone 757-5724, open Mr. Gross, daily 444-6126. FOR SALE Move right In TO US TODAY. '

nicely furnished too$1600! 7 days. evenings 4482824. Comfortable Florida living

down $110 month pays every SHOWN by APPOINTMENTCALL THAT'S

thing. On NW 32ndSt.near 13th WASHINGTON PARK 1 bedroom apartment. Adults 1962 GALAXIE FORD 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
New three bedroom, one bath, Power sterring 691-5283
Ave. Atlantic and Pacific 446-7574. power Bob Demps
Realtors 6660411.No carporte, FHA $750 down.See brakes, air-conditioned and Evenings Weekends
1438 NE 152nd St. TU 8-7583. ADULTS ONLY radio. Price $350. Call 693- 696-2538

qualifying modern CBS 2 (TF) Large 1 bedroom apartment. 4083. Auto

bedroom, bath, Florida room Unfurnished, near NW 91st St.

carport, tile roof, hardwood and 17th Ave. 754-6277.
for 3 bedroom house
floor, close in town location. Looking a
2 baths,garage, Florida room, Furnished Co
$1,000 down monthly payment Body |
central heat, tile roof, all 1 bedroom apart-
arranged. Atlantic and Pacific modern conveniences? Drive ment. Responsible adults. No

Realtors 666-0411. past 9325 NW 14th Avenueand children. $22 weekly,includes

call Blanche calloway, PL 4- lights, gas, water, waste re- BODY WELDING
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY 0655. FHA terms $21,500., moval. 2221 NW 57th St. See
General food fLoret Good lo Brown Realty. Wellington Saturday between 12 and 2. SIMONIZING
cation. Can be purchased rea- '
sonably. Long lease fully Nice apartment. Steadily em-

equipped. 1460 NW 79th St. DELUX DUPLEX ployed single man only. Ref- CAR

terms $800 erences. 121 NW 39th Street.
FHA $18,000 -
down, this is a custom built 2
$7800 Big CBS 2001 NW 104 M
Private room with bath$12.50
bedroom in best area live well,
Street. rent free, only years old,tile Call Saturday or Sunday 635- !
$5350(1901 NW 86th St.) 371- ,0908. OUR .
6728. roof, don't miss this. A. Ben-

Kori Realtor, call anytime
7592425.Air 1 bedroom house. $17 week THE MAN TO SEE I IS..
Antique China, cream and 14811/2 NW 42nd Street 373-
sugar cut glass set, radio, 7973. JACKIE, the BarmaidIf
conditioned and BOB
picture, chair, christmas tree
oniments, etc. '751-1320 ed. Modern 3 bedroom, 2 bath THE PRICE SO LOWA
CBS, large screened patio, you are tired of paying high expenses,

Large nice duplex.$600 down 1 modern built-in kitchen, gar- Furnished. Duplex rooms.building.Private NE sec-entry cover charges to dance in some night club, ROBII!!
tile roof terrazzo floors
side rented. See at 1370 NW age awnings, FHA, price $18.000., tion. Call 3713622. well swing along with us, Friday and Sahir-
Street. 373-7973. $1400 down. TUBIN Realty, daynight and Sunday matinee starts at? p.m. 4060 NW
1 bedroom apartment in rear.
Duplex. Large 2 bedroom on 7906 NW 7 Avenue. 691-4785. Working man. $15 week. 824 In the beautiful, air-conditioned "Pad Room"

each side. A beauty. Nice lo. NW 56th Street. which has the greatest band.

cation. FHA $17,500. Don't'
FANTASTIC 37th Avenue
miss this one. Tremendous
I CBS 3 bedroom, 2 bath, car-
value. Drive by 820 NW 60th | Nice large air-conditioned
air-conditioned fenced ,
port ,
Street. Then call us, Fenster room with complete use of the ," '
Realty Broker 759-8779. yard, wall to wall carpet, house. Call 6912248askfor '; ": Fla.
;would you believe FHA $11- Delia. 46th St. BAR Miami,

I'500 total pric el!Only$350 down '
3 bedroom 2 bath beauty in
Vets and 221 people pay only
North Shore area. Hardwood !; Room for rent 2141 NW 70th
$[100 down) monthly $76.99- Phone :
floors, garage. 75 x 100 lot ; Street. Phone 691-6590.! I l' 4601 N W 22 Ave.
This is a first come first '. ,., ..
landscape. FHA or j served deal. bring money to- i '
conventional. Drive by 1120 home.Private 634713CLASSIFIED
,'lay I 111 1 I Aetna Realty(Broker) , "
NW 89th Street. Then call us entrance. Working woman
I 111 NW 54th St. Ph. 757-5724 .
for all information. Fenster preferred. Call 6n-7626., f ,

Realty,. Broker 759-8779. pen 7 days. .... .' f .


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