The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 28, 1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Vol. 44, No. 36 MIAMI, FLORIDA, APRIL 28. 1967 20 PAGES. 15d



441'r ,r M. Free Or low Cost Medical. I

d a1n 4+x7 and Denial Care For PoorA I

$2.1 million .request was The clinic will be staffed by cal year, June 30.
made Tuesday by directors of as many people in the area as The $2.1 million proposal to

Dade County antl-poverty program possible, and a training pro- the OEO for the 1967-68 fiscal
for federal funds to es- gram will prepare unqualified year, will be spent for supplies
tablish a family clinic in the persons for Jobs as aides and and equipment and about six

Liberty City-Orchard Villa- technicians, he said. months' operation beginning
Brownsville area. Urged by Jack Gordon, Eco- next January. The project

4 r M Free or low cost medical or nomic Opportunity Program, would cost about $3.6 million
dental care and drug prescrip- Inc., board of director mem- annually after next year.
tions would be provided by the ber, Carmichael agreed to When the project reaches
clinic to families meeting the consult with officials of the full-time operation the staff

federal requirements for anti- Miami-Dade Junior Collegeand will number 175, including

poverty assistance. other education people to eight full-time doctors, 12

Dr. Lynn P. Carmichael,assistant coordinate the center's train- consulting doctors, and six ,
dean of the Universityof ing program with theirs. dentists.

v Miami Medical School explained The program was hurriedly The exact site for the clinic
1 W a r 'a pt.;. that,, the clinic would approved by the directors in has not been decided, but ne-

perform an education as wellas hopes of getting the money gotiations are in progresswith
a medical function. He from an Office of Economic the Housing Authority to j\
heads the planning for the pro- Opportunity appropriation before construct the building for the
ject. the end of the federal fis- center.
That big yummy chocolate cake is France's salute to Variety Children's Hos ,
pital, and French consul Jacques Turner (R) was host at the party. The French dig ------ -- --+- .-....-....-... ,...... -
nitary also presented the kids with a So/ex/ bicycle, made in France, for them to use ;
in the playroom. The bicycle was accepted with thanks by hospital director Gerald r.- 1re.tS Pr t'lsf\Jlist k'i'

W. Frawley, seen at leFt. Shown awaiting the goodies and enjoying the whole idea
are: (clockwise) John Allison; LaVerne "Cricket"Denson of Coconut Grove;Melody ,4 "; : "

Martin; Bryan Weaver (astride the bike); Kathy McAlphine/ / ; Parneatha Jacksonof 1 I

J.. Homestead; and Thomas Huckabee. DI Northwestern School' :

.. A ..,..-,,.,,.., ." '' I
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$235,000 Rockefeller' An advisory committee, with .was named as one of the mist* ves go;;part way around the GrantFor
4Y Ezekiel Burrows as spokesman takes." room/' 't 11
" told the Dade County After hearing the complaint, He said the school has limit '
School Board last Wednesdaythat School Board m e m b e r Jack ed recreation area and mem-

Management TrainingDr. limited space, obsolete Gordon said, "Whoever Is responsible bers of the track team have to
materials and several unex- for such stupidity "run through traffic to Moore
plained "mistakes' are caus- should be k 1 c k e d out of the Park" in order to work out.
H. Franklin Williams, tween the project j and the ment." school "
ing "tremendous problems"at system. Superintendent Joe Hall said
President of the Economic Op- participating firms. The Interns -
Marvin Smith, Administrative Miami! NorthwesternSenior Burrows, and insurance during the past five years-
portunity Program Inc., DadeCounty's will be recruted from '
salesman who lives at 5060 NE
Assistant to EOPI's Exe- High School. more than $700,000 has been
anti-poverty agency, among Negroes who are between cutive Director, Richard Placing electric typewritersin Second Ave., represented the spent for improvements at
announced this week receipt of 21-30 of and
years age Weatherley, will serve as pro a room without electric out- committee from the northwestarea. Northwestern. He said he
a$235,000grant from the have graduated from college
ject director for the intership lets, while typing classes remained Approximately 100 per- would meet with the committeeand
Rockefeller Foundation. The within the pastthree years.
short of typewriters, sons were present. work out problems, but
grant is to finance a three- Dr. Williams pointed out that Board member William Lehman told Burrows, "there are
year Management I nt e r s h i p the program will provide an who had visited the many schools with serious

program aimed at increasing essential supplement to school, said he found "an needs in the county..and the
white-collar Job opportunitiesfor EOPI's current Job training NAACP Suit Ends emergency situation out there money goes only so far."
in said 'While
Negro college graduates efforts. Williams right now."
Blaming some school board <
; Dade County. we have had programs for the "In other schools you find members with bigotry,Gordon

, unskilled worker, the Rocke- Florida Attendance Law carpeting in the 1 i b r a r y and said: "Let's find out who's re-
The program, to be operatedby feller grant will pro v Ide Job lots of shelves filled with sponsible for such things.The
the EOPI will provide opportunities for minoritygroup
Jacksonville-Florida's com- Judge Roger J. Waybright books," said Lehman. "At accumulation of neglect Is
management training for approximately persons who have met
180 interns in education pulsory school attendance law after hearing arguments from northwestern there is no car- bigotry i nothing else," he
the require-
was ruled unconstitutional by NAACP General Counsel, Ro- pet in the library,and the shel- said.
both private firms and govern- ments but lack the necessary
mental agencies with the work experience toqualIfy Duval County Circuit Court bert L. Carter, on behalf of '

training cost to be shared be- them for white-collar employ- State Rutledge Conference Pearson NAACP, local Pre-and SATURDAY "ED GRAHAM DAY"

sident and also a member of
,t w the Association's national Rev. Graham Testimonial at

"PRISONERS TREATED LIKE ANIMALS"? board. Judge Waybright dis-

missed the suit brought byth Deauville Hotel Saturday
tEILKELSEY county school board to enjointhe ,

ACLU Charges NAACP from causing Rev Edward T. Graham,pas- .
student of the
boycotts county tor of Mt.Zion Baptist Church,
school system. The Judge said .
will be honored with a Testimonial
the state failed toprovideequal Dinner on Saturday,
Brutality in JailTwo protection for Negro and April 29th at 7:30 p.m.TheHon. ""Y
White children and the county
State Attorney
Earl Fair cloth the -

youngprlsoners have Capt. J. T. Griffin, Jail com- which suit for damages it claimed of $259,794 it had General will be the guest a Y .1 i.1II
speaker. He will be presentedby
"been treated like animals," mander.at suffered through loss of state i
Miami City i Jail, Is the Griffin said the two prisoners funds on the basis of per-pupil Senator Robert A. Haver- { :''j'ji
trouble-makers who field. The affair will be held at
made last Wednesday
charge daily attendance.
the Deauville Hotel. Rev.
always starting some-
the American Civil Liber"were i
by ties Union. thing wit hot her prisoners. DORSETT The Florida compulsoryschpp 1 Luther C. Pierce, the general
attendance law had co-chairman will offer the invocation
They were the ones who were ; an -
Theodore Zigler, 20 of 6817 bestial, he said Congratulations to Mi, and amendment, adopted in 1959, .
N.W 15th Avenue, and Novice Zlgle and Harr'1s claim Mrs. Winfred Dorsett, of 3295 which says "no child shall be Rev. Graham is the presidentof

Dan Harris, 22, of 327 theirwere N.E. sprayed with cold water; N.W, 43rd Terrace. Their son compelled to attend any shcool the Interdenominational Mi- As a special tribute to Rev.
First Ave., have taken kept in solitary most of the Kelsey of Dade Jr.College was in whirh the ra c e s are co- nisterial Alliance, and I s a Edward T. Graham the Miami
cases to federal court In a time and deprived of mat- elected Vice-president, the mingled." "This denies equal past president of the Miami City Commission. has declared
Civil Rights Act action filed tresses and meals. Student Council. protection of law to any child Branch of the NAACP, and is Saturday, April 28 as

by ACLU Attorney Alfred The men, accused of several His brother,Hermanaformer of chool age"Judge Waybright one of the founders of the Ur- Edward T, Graham Day. .
Felnberg.; non-felony charges, Feinberg professor at Dade Jr. Collegenow ruled. ban League of our city. He is
Charging "bestial treatsaid, "could be in Jail for matriculating at Columbia "The net effect is that school chairman of-the Board of Directors City Commissioner Athalle
attendance cannot be constitutionally of the Florida Memo- Range wills]present Rev. Gra- ;
ment," the suit names as deyears.. The treatment gets University working towardshisPh. -
fendants, the City of Miami, them angry, they act up, then D.was here over the week- compelled in Florida rial College, and has given 24 ham for closing remarks.Rev. '
Mayor Robert High, Police the're charged with violating end to Join in happiness over unless this proviso is removed years of distinguished servicein Dr. S. A. Cousin will give the

Chief Walter Headley, and jail regulations." Kelsey's promotion. from the law,"The Judge said. Dade County. benediction.2or3.da .


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2 THE MIAMI TIMES Ridd/;April 28; 1967

Senate Approves lflAM" 'frM'e1h'tal Patients Recap u e 7$ffeK:Brecfr:

-- A staff psychiatrist and They had their hands up before -

II fail Bond For'oorThe three aides at the Florida State the car was stopped,* ATTENTION ALL CHURCH, CLUB
Hospital, Hollywood, were Highway Patrolman B.L. Pin-
Florida Senate approved released without bail bond overpowered Monday, by four der said. AND SCHOOL REPORTERSCopy

Tuesday a release on recognizance pending trial.Leading insane patients who escaped ina for publication in Thursday's news-
system for poor per the opposition to the car, but were recaptured an Those from Miami areTheo
sons accused of non-capital measure, Sen. Dempsey Barren hour later at South Bay. do r e Brunson, 26; William paper must be TYPEWRITTEN and in our
crimes. The vote was 25-20. (D., Panama City)said the Meagler, 27 and Samuel Gil- office by 7 P.M. ON MONDAY. This is a

Sen. Tom Slade of Jackson- messaure would be "further The four men--three of them bert, 25; and Walter Shoema- public service that we render to you at no
coddling of those who would from Miami, gave up ata ker, 27, of Fort Lauderdale.
ville, Republican Senate Whip, Please with us.
commit crime." He said it Highway Patrol roadblock on Hospital Superintendent Rich- charge.
said the proposal was a dup-
lication of existing was unnecessary and would U. S. 27 after four troopers, ard H. Parks said they were The Editor
therefore power cause more money for inves- carrying carbines, convergedon returned to the hospital to be
provided a perfect
tigators. them. confined in individual cells.
vehicle for the Republicans to

20 show Noting Republicans their that organization.18 of the had Senate's voted Does Coca-Cola have the taste

against the bill, Slade said, ,.... .
"If anyone feels strongly about

any bill now, they'd better tired of?
come see the Republicans." you never get _

After a full-scale debate, the

proposal was sent to the .n., .". ..... '
House. It would allow the State I ,. .
Parole Commission to assist "
judges to determine which { ,

persons-. were qualified to be Is it refreshing ?


week I discussed the
immorality of people who dispose -
of junk cars, beer cans

and grocery cities. I carts mentioned throughoutour aclergyman's Do things go better with Coke

sermon, which
he decried the use of legalized
gambling to raise funds for our after Coke after Coke ?
schools, roads, etc. i
In his sermon he suggestedthat ............. ............
our citizens write the go-
vernmental legislators to inform -
them that "we want no
more extension of legalized
gambling in Florida, and fur- Ask dancer Carmen de Lavallade.Let her tell you about Coke in bottles,glasses or quick-chilling cans. Write:Miss Carmen de Lavallade P.O.Box 523 Radio City Station.New York.Y.lOOlS!

ther, we will be willing to pay ,
additional taxes, if need be,to Y$ irk ., ..y: :
finance the needed services.We .
will sacrifice rather than
sell out the moral fiber of our ,
S.4 liz. '
state." {Fi..u.y, if. J r.F
Gambling undoubtedly has
been with us since the begin-

ning of time. Many may say ,f {.rw_ 3 8
that gambling, like war, has tr c M?

always been with us, and will .. f
always be with us, so we mayas ,
well go along with it.Crime :::1 ;: .:: $

also, has been with us since :. ...... I k
the beginning of time, but we I Idon't i. & '':.: '( .. '-:.':>> '
take the same attitude ,
a : ,
towards it. Laws have been .

made and enforced to discou- ...:.::..:;. .:<.:. %
rage crime. This proved by
< ,'''
the great number of inmates .'(. :
I| : : sh
in our jails and prisons. The .: : .:':.. .. : ',' { { i
unfortunate circumstance in

the case of gambling (which,
incidentally, is responsible
directly or indirectly for the
imprisonment of many wrongdoers :
,) is that we encourage it. !
Two of our large grocery

chains are using horse racing I i :a
as a method of promoting
sales. To me,the error of sucha
method of promotion lies in
the fact that ((1)), it creates an : .

Interest in gambling by associating ,, :
it with the necessitiesof
life, (food), and ((2)), that the 7c
races are "rigged" in that, in
order to protect the stores,
the results must be known be- \ 6 iz

forehand, and only a certain
number of tickets can be win-
Another bad feature is that I :., :
the races are shown on TV, f ..t i. 's..ti \
bringing the interest in gambling .' '.
right into the home,where !:: I
children are exposed to it. : ;,

Thus, they might get an early ',!f..' >. '
Interest in it. In my opinion, a .
1i : .
gambling belongs outside the nnnnnn......... .... _.. "'._.. _; .." .. .
home with the so-called Ota GOLM' .. .. "
along 'NO OONa .Na OLQIaIa N0 T.01 r.NNa wNIQN IDNt// iNNOpYO i or THC e con eo-

"adult" movies.MIAMI You know it. t y

ADS TIMES If s your bestrefreshment i f' .

BRING buy.CoK !0ke.< t .


Bottled under. the authority of the Coca-Cola Company by the people in your town who bring you Coca-Cola." :

f THE MIAMI TIMES. ,Friday, April, ( ,

3,250,000 Negroes On {I

I .a J

Voting Rolls For 1968The

growth of the Negro vote Rights Act(Alabama,Georgia,
in the South continues to be im Louisiana, Mississippi and
pressive eachPresidential South Carolina), we have wit-
election will find an ever-in nessed an increase of more
creasing number of Negro than a half million Negro ;iFiwI

voters for candidates to appeal voters since the signing of the A J
to. In 1952, the Negro registration Act. In August of 1965 there
in the eleven statesof were 706,000 registered
the Old Confederacy wa sonly Negro voters in these five
one million and this Increased states, representing 29.8% of
at about 200,000 every the Negroes of voting age,and
four years and in 1960 stood at today there are more than
1,410,000. 1,216,000 Negro voters in the 1 :
same states, representingover E \
Largely as a result of the 50.6%. .,
work of the Voter Education 7 TtL
Alabama Negro registrationhas '
P r eject J of the Southern Re- ,f.
more than doubled slice: TWINS 1
gional Council between 1962 1965, going I from 112,864 :a '
and 1964, there was an increase (23.1%); lo 59,936(54.0%).
of nearly 700,000 dur- Mississippi! has J
registration $1,550 IN RADIO
ing the next four rais- y' i.. .
years, more than quintupled in this ;
ing the totalNegro voter gegis- CONTESTThe
same period going from Pictured is Mr. Jimmy L. rus Lincoln Group.The plaquewas tenants in the
tration to 2,100,000 in 1964.Asa
35,000 ((8.0%) to 177,700 Chatmon, president of the presented to SCLC because went on to
result of gains made following ((42.1%). winner of the $ 1,550 on Greater Miami Chapter Southern of its most outstandingwork ficult task of
passage of the 1965 In January of 1962 there was the WRIZ Cash Call Contest, Christian Leadership for Human Rights in and teeth into
Voting Rights Act,the total not a single person of color on April was Mrs.J.Hagal\ Conference shown acceptinga 1966. adequate M I
stands today at nearly serving in any Southern legis- of 1048 N.W. 49th St. She was plaque and check presentedby Housing Code.The
2,800,000 and should be well lature, border states excludedbut the fourth bonus hour winner. Mrs.
Jenny, Applebaum, SCLC organized and gave
over 31/4 million by the time
in January of 1967 there
president of the Emma Laza-
leadership to the mistreated
of the 1968 elections.
were twenty such persons ser- Mrs. Hagan won by answering ,
ving. There are now two correctly JUST,"the cash the neglected
In the five states
principally ments in the
Negroes in the Georgia Senate word of the bonus hour
covered by the 1965 Voting and other
RfK Predicts Trouble
., and nine in the Georgia House,
six in the Tennessee House
A letter was sent to herby
\ one in the Texas Senate and two Richard H. Wilcox, general This Summer Over Jobs, PTA !
New Trimester in the Texas House.Negro Democratic manager of WHIZ, confirmingthat I
candidates won pri-
she won the prize and Inviting -
mary elections for the North "I think we're going to have and labor organizations. Local PTA
her to visit the studios
Slated For Carolina and Florida Houses, more difficulties this coming Kennedy spoke duringthe all over Dade
at 1699 Coral Way at which
respectively, but lost in summer," Sen. Robert F.Ken opening of the third session of tend a
time she will pick the check
Adult EducationDade the General Election to Repub- for up nedy told the Nation's Building hearings on the plight of the Dade C
I lican opponents. Trades Unions Senate Com American cities before Sen. Parent-

-. mittee Tuesday in Washington.He Abraham Ribicoff s subcom- on Wednesday,
County Adult Education mittee on executive reorgani- in the
said that unions' efforts to
Program which last year ..3 /. open the ranks to Negroes had zation. Phillips
trained more than 65,000 .... 1142 Coral
adults will launch its summer One of the reasons is that The Senator said he did not A musical skit
trimester May 1. Negroes and members of other put all the'blamefor job discrimination Martin BlOo"T L
Offered during the summer minority groups are having on the unions.But out of office
term ending August 11,will be difficulty finding employment. questioned whether the unions as county PTA I
(,' .' a full program in more than "They: feel bitter,frustrated, had gone all out to reach the be a feature '
170 areas in adult education. estranged from our society-- goal of equal employment op The script- is
Of Sand '.
from; business, government, portunity. )
Classes are taught both day
and at the - - -. -
f I night Education Center Lindsey and Hopkins in- .........................

j the evenings in adult centers
t located throughout the county. FOR THE FINEST
i The adult education programis 9 AT MODERATE RATES

emphasizing High School ] 9
credit courses, trying to encourage 9 CALL
adults who are often
.NN..N..N. !>
reluctant to return to schoolto HISTORIC TOUR Two long-time friends, the
get their High School Rev. Dr. Sandy F. Ray and the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther
Diploma. King, Jr. discuss details of a Pilgrimage to the Holy : BONDED I .
Land which will be led by Dr. King in November of this
Certificates are give for year.During the Pilgrimage King will preach on the .
completion of studies in one of Mount of Olives in Jerusalem and by the Sea of Galileein RENTAL TT
the many occupational areas. Israel. Both countries have welcomed his forthcoming
visit and will honor him at official receptions. Dr. Ray, 9

1 To get information about any pastor of Brooklyn's Cornerstone Baptist Church and AGENCY -
of the many programs, call president of the 300 church member Empire State Bap :
9 Lindsey Hopkins Education tist Missionary Convention, is also a board member of

Center, 377-4311. Dr. King's Southern Christian Leadership Conference.We .. : PlNC

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are pleased to announceto BROWARD COUNTIES.

our Jewish friends throughout Greater Miami : A fleet of tort and collectors give door to door service for tenants .

that we again offer A community recreation center (for teenagers and adults "rent free,"
and air conditioned for your comfort and enjoyment,

KOSHER MILK for PASSOVERl, A public relations department to assist you with your problems.
.9 Tenants concern will itop vandalism and reduce the cost of I

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20 GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager

RICH twwwwww .. CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director

If I am to enjoy a better life, others must live better too" L. L.
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 28, 1967

To Be
y t Equal

AfJ. ptsi&i ,

\ "1 by Whitney M. Young Jr.ExecutiveDlrectorNatlonal.
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher "
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor By Booker T. Hayes "\ \ Urban League r

STANLEY I. SWEETING_ Theatrical Editor
Member of the Notional Newspaper Publishers Association Hate Groups Still With Us

Martin Luther King has proven himself to be a man of destiny

;SUBSCRIPTION RATES His non-violent approach to the Civil Rights cause, which i:s Some people use hate like a car uses gasoline, to keep
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 directly responsible for his winning the Nobel Peace Prize, going. Most of us may harbor some petty prejudice about

has cast him into a role leadership shared by few Negroes which we are ashamed and fight against, but there are
Entered Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Posi t
o His remarks, once obscure and meaningless, have becom some people so twisted and warped that they cannot exist
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876
quotable to the point his every utterance is reproduced as if by without being dominated by passionate hatred toward membersi

Office at 6530 NW 15th Ave. Phone! 691.0421 691.0455 echo. His statements concerning the Vietnam war have beelooked of a minority group.
upon with varying degrees of interest.His denunciationof Few know this better than do Negroes, who have been the

American Policy has been likened to treason. aligning prime targets for American racists for years. But other

himself with the minority protesting war, Mr. King has dis groups also catch some of the poison spewed out by the hate-

ilL? ditorfs otebooltA enchanted himself in the eyes of many preciously pro-king sup mongers. Puerto Ricans, Mexican-Americans, Indians,Jews,

porters.Rev. Catholics, almost any group is prone to feel the bark, and

sometime the bite, of the haters.
TRIBUTE WELL DESERVEDThe King has charged the war in Vietnam with siphoning U.S After the horrors of Nazi persecutions, which killed 6 million

dollars that could better be used to upgrade the economic and I people in Europe simply because they were Jews or had Jewish
Rev. Edward T, G r a h a m,pastor of M., Zion Baptist i t
social states of the Negro.He feels the drain on American resources ancestors, it is particularly disturbing to find that antii -
Church, 301 N,W. 9th St.,will be honored at a testimonial din
is responsible for the present slow down in the war o I Jews not able
ner Saturday night for 24 years of religious and civic service"to Semitism still exists. In Russia, are to freely
Miami. poverty. These facts stated by Rev King are true, but I can't t practice their religion or to continue their language and cult -

The affair will beheld at the Deauville Hotel, Miami Beach,. understand the reasoning behind the suggested pullout o t tural life and are subject to restrictions not placed on other
American troops without a victory. What of our commitment t ethnic minorities. And there have been Incidents in Argentina -
beginning 7;30 p.m. It is expected that an interracial
| to the South Vietnamese people? Are we to abandon them i and other countries in which extremist elements are
audience of 1,000 friends will be in attendance to pay tributeto i
this outstanding leader. because there are some among us who failed to understand i reported to have attacked Jewish citizens.

Arrangements for the dinner have been made bya committee what produced World War II?With today's advanced technology, Here in America, groups like the Ku Klux Klan and the

headed by State Robert Haverfield, and Florida's Attorney are we vain enough to believe we can allow the communist pow- American Nazi Party bait Jews as well as Negroes, and some
General Earl Faircloth will be guest speaker. ers the same headstart we gave Hitler and still produce a victory of the people familiar from Fascist movements of the 1930'si
? I too profess to the greatness: of our country but as ric
i are crawling out of the woodwork to continue their favorite
The Rev. Graham, a native of South Carolina, is a graduateof !
] as we are, Idon'tbelieve we can take-on two thirds oUheworld's pastime of sowing hate and pitting against
Benedict College.He later went to Columbia University, New group? group.
York from which he obtained his master's degree in sociology population and win. Experience has taught us the best And even people who should know better let their prejudices -
In 1943 he came to Miami as executive director of the United' way to avoid a disturbance is to nip it in the bud, to use an old get the best of them.An example of this was the recent

Service Organization (USO). At one he became involved in the familiar expression.It's school board election in Wayne, N.J., in which two Jewish

many community problems affecting the Negro.He candidates were defeated after their religion was made a
ironic how and
Rev. others
King canaccuse America of
was ordained to the ministry in 1947 at Mt. Zion and suc campaigh issue. It is not surprising that this revolting incident
the war in Vietnam when these have been
people fighting
ceeded the late Dr. J.R. Evans to the pastorate in 1948. The 1 themselves for among took place in a town which has few Negro families
The intervention
twenty t
years. hey
increase in membership and improvements in the church' and where minority groups are excluded from the "better"
accuse our country of is actually assistance requested by the! sections.
edifice for themselves.Mt. .
South Vietnamese people to avoid a complete communist take-
Zion host to the National Convention in 1953 Negroes know that when
was Baptist ,,1 over. Many have become alarmed because the minor police action someone admits to hating Jews,
when more than 10,000 delegates came here.The big problemin has graduated into a major j conflict and what they'reasking or Catholics, or Spanish speaking people, he probably has
those days was h o u sin g, the hotels being c 1 o s e d" to Ne- is that we simply throw these people to,the wolves. it in for Negroes too. And they know that while extremist
r roes.The newpastor and his Housing Committee made contacts They groups fan the flames of prejudice, they succeed only because
say, "to hell with American prestige, lets get out now." Having
that opened the doors. been given a timetable for communist world domination some people are so Insecure and fearful of their own status
The Reverend gentleman led in the NAACP, CORE, the! they that they turn to racism. Because anti-Simitlc line.
should be able to understand that there must be a free-world
Inter-denominational Ministeral Alliance and other organlza- reaction to every Communist action. There has been some discussion of this lately, but I knowof ,
tions. He is one of the directors of the Franklin Federal Sav no responsible Negro leader who has not forcibly spokenout

ings and Loan Association, Miami's first integrated financial I Is it possible Martin Luther King is harboring the ambition against hatred of other groups. When a Negro Monthly

institution, and is chairman oftheboardofdirectors of Florida of running for the presidency in 1968? The political flavor of magazine ran an anti-Semitic article, two members of its

Memorial College, St. Augustine. I his current speeches seem to lend evidence to the rumor of a advisory board, author James Baldwin and actor-playwright

Apart from his ministeral duties,the Rev.Graham has been 1 King-Spark come November next year. He has asked for the Ossie Davie, resigned and expressed their anger at the immorality -
one of the outstanding leaders in the civic, political and edu-
cational life of Dade County,,It was Ye Editor's, pleasure to the war. Since George Wallace has announced that he wills A soon to be published Anti-Defamation League study made
serve with'him when he was director of the USO while It wa i make a bid for the
presidency also, is it possible we are going by the University of California proves that, If anything, Ne-
honored with a visit from the late Mrs. Franklin Delano Roosevelt to have four teams from which to choose? groes "feel more friendly toward Jews than toward other

; and also in some other organizations.Ye whites." Asked about treatment by landlords store keepers
Editor offers congratulations and best wishes to the Rev. I find it impossible at this time to even imagine what the com and employers, an appreciable number of Negroes, said that,

Graham and his family. ing months will reveal, but you can be sure I will be an interested Jews were better than other whites, while most said there

observer. The statement, "united we stand, divided we was no difference. Forty-five percent believed Jews to be
MIAMI CHOSEN FOR INSTITUTE i fall," appears to have lost its meaning In all previous
more in favor of civil rig h t s than other whites, only 3 percent -
Coming to Miami in the not distant future will be an oceano- conflicts the American people have presented a united effort felt Jews are less In favor.

graphic institute located at Virginia Key.Announcements were We have always had dissenters,but they were not as out spokenas Many of the groups which preach hate against Jews and

made this week by the Environmental Science Services Ad- j they are today. The struggle for Negro rights has awakenthe Negroes as well as against other minorities have Americanor
ministration the office of Senator masses. Everyone appears to be in search of the promised Christian in their but
says Spessard Holland. ( freedoms.BombMurderers. names, they are as unAmericanand
More than 50 communities along the Atlantic Coast were try un-Christian as it is possible to get. Fortunately, there

ing to get the institute. It will mean much to Miami financiallyand are responsible groups of citizens dedicated to fighting and

publicitywise.The exposing those who spread discord and hate. The Anti-de-

institute will use the docking facilities on Dodge Island. Can Be famation League of B'nai B'rith keeps close tabs on hate
Reports are that eventually 500 persons will be employed anda groups and reports regularly to the public their attempts

$3 million annual payroll maintained.The to subvert democracy. So, too, does the Institute for American

Dade County Development Department and the Committee Punished If 1967 Civil Democracy. A useful guide to the activities of extremists is

of 100 of the Miami Chamber of Commerce prepared de- Danger on the Right, a book by Arnold Forster and Ben-
tailed brochures and were hosts to the site valuation team dur- jamin R. Epstein.

ing its visit here. Rights Bills Are EnactedWharlest It is everybody's business to be vigilant in protection of

Metro's Mayor Chuck Hall wants an International conferenceon democratic values. The example of countries which have been

ocenaography held in Miami sonetimebetweenJuly and No- Jackson who lived in Natchez, Miss., until Feb. dominated by racists is too clear for us to be complacent.

vember. 27; cannot write this message to you. He is dead. He was
"We are on the way to becoming the marine capital of the murdered by a bomb which exploded inthe engine of his pick- -

world," says our City Mayor Robert King High, and our Gov-up i truck just after he had left his job at the Armstrong,Tireand
ernor Claude Kirk believes the new laboratory "a gain which Rubber Company in Natchez.

would some day equal the significance of Cape Kennedy. Wharlest Jackson left a widow and five children, four girls A Tribute To

We are In the march as far as oceanography is concerned. and' a boy. One day they had a husban and father and that same
So let us all join In saying AmenlANTICRIME! night i they had a corpse. Dr. Edward T. Graham

Mr. Jackson had just been upgraded at the plant to the job
BILL of, mixer, one not held before by Negro workers. BY REV ERNEST HUTCHESON, JR.

The Florida Senate on Monday passed a bill sponsored by Scarcely 18 months ago, on Aug. 27, 1965, a bomb attachedto The British orator Burke once stated "He may go far. He

Senator Dick Stone that he said would tighten the net" around I the starter of the car George Metcalfe, an Armstrong employee may do much. But this is the summit." So may It be said in

criminals who evade punishment by technicalitites inthepresent ] exployed as Mrtcalfe was leaving his work. He lived, aftertimes concerning this week in the Life and Times of Rev.
law. .but I was crippled for life. On March 5,he was one of the pall- Edward T. Graham.

In this law, state attorneys will have the same right of appeal bearers I for his friend, Wharlest Jackson. This is one of the most historic weeks in the history of Dr.

which now only the defendants have. George Metcalfe is president of the Natchez N A AC P and Graham who will be honored with a Testimonial Dinner Satur-
Other bills are; One to reduce the minimum age when child-Wharlest 1 Jackson could write today to the American people day night at the Deauville Hotel.

ren can enter the first grade., from I coast to coast he would urge that all of them write their Paying tribute to him by their presence will be'high ranking
To limit the University of Florida to 20,000 students and all Senators:i and
Congressmen asking them to pass the 1967 civil State, County, and City officials of Florida.
other state universities to maxium of rights i iTo bills. These bills
supported a 15,000. have a section which makes the Wharl- For 24 .
years Rev. M.. Graham
hash e en a leader in this
set standards of conduct for state and est I< Jackson bomb-muder
county city a Federal crime,punishable in Fed-
He is
community. a friend not of the
only Negro people but our
employees in conflict of interest situations.A eral I< courts.

bill to protect police against "brutality" charges by requiring At present, the Federal Government is limited to using a white limb i in predicting sisters and that brothers.there will Not be long ago he went out on the
no racial riots in Miami.
that any such charge be made in writing, under oath conspiracy I statute which provides only a fine and a short imprisonment I agree with pastor Graham that
with a penalty for a false charge ranging as high as a year in I i even for murder. racial violence has no placein
Jail and $1,000 fine. Do not be pushed to one side on this issue. our progressive community. That the cultivation of human
brotherhood for
A bill to equalize the salaries of all state-supported univer- Wharlest Jackson is dead Viola Liuzzo is dead. only lasting and worthy which he oal.has stood through the years, is the

sities to solve the problem of some universities' getting James Chaney is dead. Michael Schwerner is dead.
He has
than others for the same work.A Wharlest Jackson is dead.Viola Liuzzo is dead.James the walked with the high and the mighty but has not forgotten -

bill to allow the state to Impose occupational taxes and relieve Chaney( is dead. Michael Schwerner is dead. Medgar Evers is greatness.So humble people. This is one of the elements of true

advalorem taxes at the local level. dead.: This list is a long one.
To reconstitute Florida Sheriff Bureau as the State Board Speak for the dead who were killed in hatred and cruelty by Miami as our people of various races and denominations gatheron
Saturday night to honor
of Investigation. men' who were sure the law would never dare touch them. to and him, they are sayjng
To establish a uniformed standards code for installation f of Get justice for the dead.Get a Federal law that will held stop Graham In the women words of goodwill anywhere, that Dr. Edward T,
plumbing, heating and electrical systems in all mobile homes. these t: brutalities. in the temple of immortality.Shelley" "Has won for himself a niche

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On Sunday, April 23, Dr. James Allen Colston/ ,
brother of our Nathaniel Colston, M. D. was inaugurated i
as president of Bronx Community College, New/ York. I
The Honorable Nelson A. Rockefeller, Governor of ."
New York gave the address. Dr. James Colston was r; ; ",

formerly the president of Knoxville College, Knoxville, ,, .,.,If' \,- ',,
Tennessee. Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel (Lugusta) Colston ''! t (

jetted to New York for the occasion. b E r-
Mr. Cleveland H. Reeves of Nassau is in the cityto &; : .. af.;" 'j
be with his son, Coleridge, who underwent surgery :' :, ,. "a.1.I kA 1',
this morning (Thursday) at Jackson. He's the house- :

guest of his brother, Editor Reeves. Mrs. Rachel Perry of Miami r
Haroleen Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold announces the engagement of
Williams celebrated her 12th birthday with a party on her daughter Patricia Ann to

Tuesday, April 25th at 4 p.m. Ivery Dwight Clifton, son of
Don't forget the door-to-door collection// for Good- Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Clifton of

will Industries by the Boy Scouts to aidthe handicapped Statesboro, Georgia.The .
on Saturday, April 29. bride-elect is the grand- ../
Get well wishes to Bernice Womble/ Johnson who's daughter of Mrs. Estelle Davis

recuperating at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Ernest(Edna and the late Mr. Roy Lee Da- ,

Milledge) Tallmadge, 1278 NW 68th St. vis and Mrs. Irene Pinder and
A testimonial dinner honoring the Rev. Edward T. the late Mr. Allen Pinder. LeCHARME CLUB 18 PRESENTS GAY 20'S FASHION REVIEWThe

Graham for "24 years of religious and civic service"I Miss Davis is a 1963 graduateof newly organized LeCharme Club 18 will present its first Annual Tea at the

will be at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Deauville Hotel. Northwestern Senior High home of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Thomas, Sunday, April 30, from 4 to 6 p.m.
School and is a senior at Tus-
Rev. Thomas Robert Newbold of Baltimore (former Come out and see ladies and men modeling fashions from the twenties decade.
Miami) was the recipient FAMU's meritorious Aware d, kegee in sociology.Mr. Institute. with a major There will be many special features of the occasion.

last weekend at Tallahassee. Clifton is the grandson of Seated 'left to right, Mrs. Arlene Broxton, Mrs. Eugene Knight, Mrs. Julia Mor-
Congratulations to Martha McKenzie, daughter of/ Mrs. Henrietta Benjamin and ton, Mrs. Jennie F. Reaves and Mrs. Corine Pierce, president. Standing Left to
Mr. and Mrs. John Morley and Joy D the late Mr. Benjamin and the right, Mrs. Geneva James, Mrs. Amanda Bee, Mr. Herbert Thomas, Mrs. Nellie Byars,
Mr. and Mrs. John Morley and Joyce Davis Oates, daughter late Mr. and Mrs.Bennie Clif- Mr. Isaiah Broxton, Mrs. Vergie Thomas and Mrs. Annie R. Parker Members of the
of Dr. and Mrs. Ira P. Davis who received their mas- club not shown: Mr. Grant Bee and Mrs. Irene Busch.
ters degree in education at FAMU.A ton.The
future bridegroom received -
dinner party was the way Charles and Ann Mit-
his B.S. degree in agri-
celebrated their 10th Tin aluminum traditional
chell ( culture education in 1965 and
or diamond ;jewelry, modern) wedding anniversary or, will receive his M.S. in agri- LBN OS LEY LUMBER
April 23 at their home. culture economics from Tus-
Hilry Gilbert is enjoying a visit with his family kegee Institute in May. While

during the spring vacation at Chicago Teacher's Col,. an undergraduate, he was a
lege, North. Hilry is a graduate student at C.T.C.N.Dr. member of Scabbard and BIG PAINT
Jane C. Wright has been named associate dear) Blade, the Agriculture club ,i .

of the New York Medical College, which said she is the i and the collegiate"Who's Who ,
first Negro woman to reach that level in any U.S. me. Among American Colleges and
dical college. Dr. Jane Wright hod served at New Yorl: Universities." SAVINGS!
University School of Medicine and director of its can The wedding will be May 28th

cer chemotherapy program.St. at Washington ChapelAME h
Veronica's Chapter of Episcopal Churchwomerof I Church, Tuskegee Institute, I
St. Agnes Church held its annual Spring Fashion Sho f Alabama. rCpt QUALITY PLUS ECONOMY
and Tea at the Parrish Hall, Sunday, April 23. Mrs. j
Raymond (Lena) Heastie was chairman. 'ATTENDS N C I

Friends of Mrs. Ophelia Hayes are happy that she'i;''CONFERENCE Bjia1 DuchessFLAT .
Wilbert B. Forbes, ,son
at home recuperating after surgery at Palm Springs hos- Mr. Lawrence L. Bethel, a
of Mr. and Mrs. ErskineW.
pital. sixth grade teacher at the Orchard -
Forbes, of 1840 N.W. 63rd St.,
Get well wishes to Fred Williams at Jackson and Villa Elementary School
and who was stationed at Ft.
Sydney Barry. will be one of six teachers Pj
North Carolina entered
Catherine Bethel Davis and three little Davise s elected from the Dade County Bragg Duc WALL
New York University on an assignment -
have returned to her Miami homo after an extended., school system to represent the for the U.S.A.
cation in New York City. But brother Herbert /etteoclown ,1 teachers of Dade County the n PAINT

just for a week's visit with the family.Ira Governor's Conference on
the state an opportunity to
and Louise Davis attended the graduation oi f: Education. the /
make recommendations
William Gates from This conference will be heldat
their daughter Joyce (Mrs. ) FAMU Governor and his administration -
last week. Florida State University,
which will aid in deter-
The Robert (Addle) Seniors and children, Natalie t, April 26 In Tallahassee. The mining the structure of our n AI NAI.I,rAl r
and Carlo spent the weekend in Tampa with his mother,'' purpose of the conference is to educational system in Florida.
Mrs. William Seniors. ,provide teachers throughout.

Population Explosion1Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Living LATEX WALL PAINT IN BEAUTIFUL COLORS!

ston are the proud parents of a baby girl, Ann. Congratulations HERE'S PAINT YOU CAN TRUST!

are in order also for the George Carters, parents : CLERGYMEN: save up to Even li Its the first tint you've painted.

of a son. with a brush or roller you'll get a beautiful
The Sam (June) Tews presented daughter, Wand:I 50% Job you simply cannot g.t poor results
with a little sister to play with (just what Wanda wished -t with "Royal Duchess P.V.A. Lat.x.
Miss Olive/ Alexander is attending Baha'i Confe ON VESTMENTS 1jga1 Duchess VINYL EXTERIOR fb 99U

rence at Chicago. MASONRY CAl

Summer is around the corner, and the Girl/Scoul t f We have bought out famous New York .
camping program is even greater than ever for 1967,,, factory liquidating stock at tremendous WHITE ALL PURPOSE
Your daughters who look forward to vacation now can savings. This is your opportunity to purchase bA';a1 t Duchess 469ll .
look forward to finding new adventures in the out.of., vestments in rich colorful material at half Clerical Shirts ENAMEL
doors. The Girl Scout Council of Tropical Florida is price. Range of colors and fabrics too brilfrom 4.95JA
liant to describe- choose from our special WHITE EXTERIOR 399u
happy to provide a camp to meet whatever dreams you display rack. Th at Duchess
daughter may have. We, the girls and adults of Ixora I OIL| BASE CAl

are making an appeal for camperships for deserving i

girls. Day camp fees are $8.00 per session. The cmop 1 I SUPERIOR QUALITY 399 y'
operates from 9a.m. to 3p.m. four days for each of tw) ..ft' ': ('. a T\6ial( Duchess SPAR VARNISH .

weeks. The fee does not include transportation. We j
need to raise $400.00 to bus our girls to camp Maha- '\ ,-file itI
chee. I know there are many individuals, clubs and organizations I 11 l "SEC"KOOLKOTE
who will want to help out in this project. \' fI ROOF PAINT KIT

Remember what you give to the Girl Scouts is tax de- Shlrtfronts
ductable. Make checks payable to: Ixora Neighborhood I : 8.50 value 7.95 MASTER KIT FOR TILE ROOFS
: Wh.n you figure the labor-cost you
Girl Scouts Campership, Mrs. William Littles or Ixora save when you do your own rool
Girl Scouts Transportation, Mrs. William Littles. Alldonors' .(' .' .i pointing tl mak. this low pric
Choir & Altar I valuable to )
oven more you
names will be published in The Miami Timesas ::: ,
they are received. Boy Vestments Clerical INOUOH lot AVUAOI toon
Among those in the city to attend the funeral of Surplices from 3.95 Surplices

Mrs. Isadora Bullard are sons, William and Odly and Vestments cassocks from 6.00. 16.00 .L.ll..t1dI n

daughter, Winifred Strachan, all of New York.

It's vacation time for Stanley Newbold/ Jr. who is THRU 45-lb. Pkgt. Kool ;0.0ill,
\ visiting his parents. Stanley Jr. is a student at FAMU.A --',, bring this ad with PAINT; TWO Lib. Pkgi. Mildew |

weiner roast was held on the patio at the home you for free gift Killer, ((81-t) ONI Fibre Brush REGULAR

of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blue in honor of some of the ((6-n.)for applying. $21.41

prospective debs on Saturday eveninq. Mrs. Rosalyn THEM
I Clark and Mrs. Betty Blue were hostesses for the love
ly occasion. ,
t. t. Birthday greetings to Mrs. Maggie Davis, J., 1 y rl 1 KEY ENTERPRISES LENDSI-EY LUMBER
6400 BUciyne; Blvd.,Miami Phones 7S4.7573Amplf Cassocks
Mrs. George Montgomery, better known as Irene frti parking in rear from 21.50
Palmer of New York City, took a jet home to visit re-
;' latives. She reports an enjoyable time. t

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6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 28, 1967 .

EOPf legal' ServicesBy CHARLESROGERS Call


This morning I attended a session of the Metropolitan Traf- 1 : f '

fic Court, and observed that many persons in attendance there
appeared to be without sufficient knowledge the purpose and
procedures of the Court. Although we have written in the past AT PL 17502For

about this subject, there are still obviously many persons who
are unfamiliar with the Court system.
The Metropolitan Dade County Traffic Court is a Court of A Good Buy on
great interest and Importance to the community and its citi-
zens. The Court handles traffic cases county wide, and accordingly -
is a substantialf in many areas relating thereto A Piano, Organ,

such as effecting traffic safety and behlcular operation and

rules.regulation, as well as adjudicating violators of our traffic Scott Stereoor

Several years ago, most of the cities in the county, and the
county itself, each had its own manner and method of dealing Daytona Beach City Commissioner and Mrs. James Orchestra
wIth!' traffic offenders; now however, they are all under the E. Huger are shown with some of the many gifts received
Metro Traffic Code, and the Metro Traffic Court tries and during a "This Is Your Life"type of program sponsoredby Instruments

adjudicates all of the cases. Delta Beta Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, ,
Several months ago,during a particularly bad period in traffic Inc. at Bethune-Cookman/ College. Huger was an unexpected -
safety, when many accidents and deaths were occuring, the guest.
Court met with other officials, and agreed to follow harder
lines when dealing with violators; particularly involving accidents -
and other serious offenses. As a result, one chargedand Miami Soldier Writes w
convicted of an accident, or serious non-accident viola-

tion, such as running a stop sign, may be fined heavily, or NamThe
jailed. The most serious of the Metro offenses,drunk drivingand From Viet

leaving the scene of an accident, usually carry the great-

est penalties. following letter,writtenin none other than the Marvels,
Repeated offenders can of course expect stiffer treatmenton War Zone C, 50, Vietnam, or shall we say Fabulettes,on
subsequent visits to the court.It is the hope and wish of the by Pfc John H. Blanford, the Armed Services Radio.

officials, ,that though these stiff penalties, traffic safety will should be of interest to Miamians From talking to some of my

improve.To and other readers: buddies from across the
an individual however even if his offense is not consi-
States those that heard them
Dear Editor I would like to ,
dered too severe, and the fine not relatively high, it could still : I still
know how I would go about ob- liked what they heard.
be a substantial burden. A comparatively low fine of $10.00,
can't get over the popularity of
taining the Times each week.
together with Court costs of $5.00 or a total of $15.00, could
Sam and Dave. You don't rea-
well be a large percentage of the weekly or monthly income of I miss many things about
Miami and is that I can't lize what you have until you are
the person on welfare or social security, or the low income
earner. Unfortunately, due to many circumstances, thefinan- read about what is going on in away from Miami. VICTOR PIANOS & ORGANSCorner
cial ability and other personal matters of the defendant cannotor the Magic City.I Another Quick Note:I sur-

do not receive sufficient attention by the Court. have been a faithful Miami prised my brother in Liberty 54th St. 4 NW 3rd Ave.751.7502
When charged with an offense,and when in Court, the personis Times reader for years, and City with a 12,000-mile call Or2010 Blvd. Miami
Biicoyne FR 7-0401
arraigned, or told the charges, and asked to plead guilty or old habits are hard to break, from Vietnam. That is one ad- -
not guilty. If the person feels not guilty,or if he is in doubt, he especially those you enjoy. vantage of having communica In Broward Coll JA 2.5131 or visit

should plead not guilty.Thereafter the case will go to trial and From service papers,there is tions. 1103 East Los Olas Blvd. Ft. Lauderdale JA 5-3716
the state will present the witnesses against him. The one always something in the paper I would like to thank you for

charged may or may not testify as he sees fit; one cannot be about Miami. When you tell taking time to read this. I""I"'I"'I'I""I##..*..+.
forced to testify or incriminate himself. After hearing all tlw people that's where you are Sincerely,
evidence the will rule. If is the will the NAACP
Judge one guilty, Judge from, there is a look of envy Join
impose his sentence. Should the person charged not be able to Pfc. Johnny Blinford
in their .
pay the fine or have other problems regarding the sentence, eyes. #I'III'I'I'I""I'I '
Here are a couple of notes of --
he should bring the same to the Courts attention immediately.
Interest If Mr. Bondu still
1 Often the fine can be lowered, additional time given for the :
payment thereof, or traffic school substituted therefore. thee writes about the entertainment II! :{ k14wiwv fiRST
Judge is made aware of the problem. world, speaking of Miami's
If one pays strict attention to his driving habits, he can own, of course, this he wouldbe Now SHOWrnG I
prevent many violations and the subsequent traffic ticket- pleased to hear. I heard RUN

ing. Following too closely, speeding, failure to yield rightof DRIVE-IN THEATRE
way, and other similar violations account for a large per-
centage of the Courts activity. t
Often the results of a traffic session go beyond the fine or I s \?

other action taken on the occasion. For instance,when an accident pio\ Vlllt
is involved and the parties did not have liability insurance W( _
the law.requires that this and other items be obtained avAf E 3 r ___ O
k V HW? '
otherwise the person may have his license suspended. Insurance IONS.p '
so obtained is usually under assigned risk,and the pre- A G1v y Y TERRpR and'
miums are extremely high. Likewise, court convictions can '-
cause cancellation or premium increase of existing insurance.As ii.sss gsaSi _
mentioned in other columns, if persons or groups see or gV
feel the need for changes, modifications, or eliminations in
the mentioned practices or lows,they should act upon the same
by contacting the Metro judges, county commissioners, or
state legislatures. It is only through so doing that these officials r w- O
become aware of the problems and desires of the individuals IT WILL HAUNT
and can act accordingly. \ YOU FOREVER! t ,

B.T.W. CLASS OF 1946 Election of officers for the- 1 s H s S ,

All members of the graduating year 196768. (c) Ways and PFC Barbara A. Sutherland,
class of Booker T. Wash- Means activity committee report daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
ington 1946 are urged to come (d) Participation in the Jerry Sutherland 1101 N.W. flNIA

out to our next meeting which reunion activities of B. T. 62nd St., completed her basic l __
will be held at the home of Earl Washington before its phasingout. training I at Parrish Island HORROR LEGEND 2 THOUSAND
Higgs, 1400 N.W. 75th Street, South Carolina, and is now YEARS OLD COME&i t ttfrrI

Sunday M. y 7, beginning pro- We are depending on all of our stationed in San Diego Calif.
mptly at 4:30 p.m. classmates to come out and A graduate of G e o r g e Wash-
The following things will be share in the discussions.Earl ington Carver 1965. Enteredthe

discusses (a) Approval and Higgs, Acting Vice- U.S. Marine Corps, Nov. oemen ,,,,,
adoption of the constitutionb) Chairman. 1966. 4 n o

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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 28, 1967 7t

; 1 t N1 Mh i + rl''
d Commencement At


Junior College April 30

t' s b Miami-Dade Junior College dual conferral of degrees by
l will graduate its sixth and Dr. Masiko.

largest class of 1,733 in commencement The program will include
exercises, at 8 musical selectionsby the
i Ii LiiII a clt p.m. Sunday, April 30 in the college Orchestra conductedby
John F. Kennedy Health Centeron Robert Basso and the com
I BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING. the North Campus. bined North South Campus

I LINE-0-TYPE I v The largest number of degrees choirs, directed by Forrest
an to be conferred will be McGinley. The Color Guard

the Associate in Arts to 1,381 will be composed M-DJC
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: The Inter-racialMothers I
graduates, with 330 receiving Army ROTC cadets.
Association honors' two mothers of the 10
year'come May
\ i the Associate in Science. The Dignitaries on the dais, in addition -
I during its Seventh Annual Dinner at the Jewr-::"
rw remainder will receive to the College's admin-
i ish Cultural Center on Miami Beach.1t'Ube
diplomas of graduation in recognition istrative officers and faculty
I an RSVP affair with Mesdames Cornelia L.
9 8 I of completion of division directors, will include -
I Glenn and Inez Baum the honorees. .. City
studies in other programs of- members of the Dade
of Miami Civil Service Board
meetings are
\ fered by the college. Board of Public Instruction,
transferred to the new meeting room in the
This year's total is an increase the Junior College Advisory
City Hall Bldg at Dinner Key. First meeting "
of 113 over the 1,620 Committee Superintendent
April 25 Sign on church '
marquee: .
\ < graduated in 1966, and nearly of Public Instruction Joe Hall.
'Seven Days without Prayer Makes One .
13 times that of MiamiDade'sfirst
Weak .Roy Yarborough,self styled clair- \
of 135 five
crop graduates
voyant, sporting 'Jesus Saves' tag in front YOUTH ON PARADE
\ years ago.
of his Caddy Is Wilmeth Symonette expecting? Degrees will be conferredand Because of postponement,
Youth On Parade, will present
honor graduates recognized -
A Of Talent at 4150
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Cab Calloway at Hotel Eden Roc's by M-DJC President Night NW
Harry's American Showroom Soulful Sam Early continuesa Peter Masiko, Jr. 7th Ave.Tickets will valid May
holdover at July's South .Lonnie Sattin and the Dave By choice of the graduating 4, at 8:00 p.m., you may pur-
Aiken Trio ditto at the Seven Seas NightClub and Lounge in the students, the traditional com chase your tickets at Harlem
Newport Gene Stridel freelancing without an agent ? ? ? mencement address will be Drug Store N.W. 7th Ave. and
Myrtle Jones and her Trio at the Bonfire with Gene's Song Miss Yvette Gray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. replaced this year by indivi 49th Street. Admission 50?.

stylings heavily applauded while guesting on Myrtle's musical Brayboy, Jr., 4011 S.W. 26th Street, West Hollywood,
showcase Retired City of Miami Ass't Police Chief J. A. makes her debut Friday night April 28, at the Golden

(Jughead) Youell(now Police Chief up North Bay Village way) Gate Hotel Ballroom.The Robins I

mending at Victoria Hospital. Mrs Ralph Bunche grievingover Debutante Cotillion is an annual affair spon-
daughters death Jimmy Reeves squiring a columnist sored by Delta Eta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sororityof Uniform
brotherinlaw Vincent Pena around the Miami Beach night club Broward County. Miss Gray is a senior at Carol City 4 '
scene. High School. 1flfl.TTF1A 1 Centers I

Church Uniforms

SALTWATER Nelson L. Adams TAFFY, principal: Dade County's'goodwillambassador' of Dunbar Elementary-, Mortuary School AccreditedMiamiDade Choir Robes

plan] over to Dallas to attend a National meeting of the Red Church Furniture

Cross and encouraging Texans to migrate over to his country Junior Colthe Southeast, and one of only

Recommended day-time listening:WKAT's Bill Smith and lege's Department of Mortutwo in the' nation with com- Altar Sets Sunday School Furnishings
his 'Talk of Miami'radio hour--soothing, simple and sensi- ary Science has received full plete on-campus facilities and
'question-answer-comment' program that's plenty Impressive accreditation by the American laboratories. The other is in 5 STORES TO SERVE YOU

and informative. Singer Enid Moser & Co. head- Board ofFuneralServiceEdu- Francisco. 16 W. Flagler St. 5900 Sunset Drive I
lining Frolics 67 sizzling show bill -- a comedy revue that's cation, M-DJC President Since Its inception, the Laudcrhill Shopping Center Ft. Loudtrdal
plenty zippy at Hotel Carillon's Le Cafe Supper Club. Eve- Peter Masiko announced toMDJC progrm has been ap-
lyn O'Dell lost her dad at Jackson Memorial last Monday. day. proved by the State Board of 1735 NW 10th Ave. Dod.Ud Shopping Center
Funeral Directors and Emir I !
Sammy Davis Jr. and Frank Sinatra ringsiding at July's Inaugurated by Miami-Dade and endorsed the- SEE OUR COMPLETE DISPLAY "
Oscar Valdez seeking the whereabouts Jackie Weatherstone. 1964, It Is the only ewcabalmers by
Florida Funeral Directors OF CHURCH FURNITURE AT
tlonal program of its type In
Association. 5900 SUNSET DRIVE
South Miami'
THE WEEK'S WASH: Former City of Mtami patrolman Cal- NEED A JOB START WORK TODAY!
vin Mipp, now Ass't State Attoney to RichardGerstein, push- OR CALL OUR REPRESENTATIVE

ing an Opa-lockaKwikChek grocery cart as he piles up house- How 2 locations to serve you
hold goodies sky-high for his lovely wife.. The Miami Times COOKS BUSBOYS 666-8501
three female employees- all have names beginning with an DISHWASHERS PORTERSGAS
E -- Eunice, Elese and Essie. Fr Elisha S. Clarke Jr of STATION DRIVERS
Transfiguration, administering communion rites to a HOTEL & HOME MAIDS LIVE IN MAIDS
columnist's ailing wife, in her hime last Sunday. Miami's With insurance. .
City Commission facing more zoning violations to come A-1 Employment Service it's having available policy
every ,
Bill Stirrup andVernekaSilva'spop WilliamStirrupSr ailingat
Ov r 20 Years Service in Miami
Jackson Memorial Hospital. then picking the one
714 NW 62nd Street 758-7663
534 N. Miami Avenue 379.8382 that suits your client best."
STUFF AND SUCH: As this corner predicted less than six
months ago, Florida A & M University headed for a phase-out With gins..it's what
Phi Beta Sigma d e legates to Atlanta last weekend were
James L. Klrnes, T.S. Greer Sr. Chester Wallace, Wilkes J. THE MEDICAL FIELD suits your taste best. I picked

Kemp and Sandy McCoy. After one week of clicking cash NEEDS YOU Gordon's. I find it smoother,
register keys at Opa-locka's Food Fair link,Essie Mills packed
her duds and suds and shifted to Southern Bell T. & T., Lit- Many good paying jobs waiting drier, and a great mixer. "

tle River Branch So lucrative is Louis Armstrong's an- TRAIN NOW CALL 377-4624 Sanders Slant Pnsident of Sanders Slant Inc it among th.Ion lop lift insurance
nunity pay-offs, the matured policies' weeklyhugesums salesmen in the country Act,..in community housing tot win Ohio
reprtsenttlivt 10 the leaf Senior Cilnen Coiiturgitco in Washington C
keep him from working only when he wants to Mrs Herman Credit Plan Available -
Symonette hosted her grandarllng, Olga's 8th birthday .
party at her home April 16. SOUTHERN ACADEMY FOR vY

168 SE 1st Street Miami
SWEETS TREATS: Mrs.Jimmy Reevesthe former RutbJe -
Daniels) cousin, Chenita Jackson and Ozzie Williams were M12
sealed last Sabbath by Fr Park with Catholic vows at downtown
Gesu. Another cousin of the blushing bride, Mrs.Alonzo Bru- ,
ton (the former Dorothy Daniels-Edwards) hosted follow-up
reception in her home, 2240 N.W. 97th St. Dunbar Elemen- 'RULYdo ) b z
tary teachers entertain their Kiddies'parents with Teachers

On Parade' skit Monday night (Mayl... As predicted by this k
column a couple of pUlars ago, Sam and June Tew had a visit
from Sir (April)Stork on the 20th.The little pink Bundle of Joy

arrived at Mt Sinai.CONFIDENTIALLY.

: Y
YOURS: West Dunbar Elementary Principal
Pest Control
Grace Benson-Albert retires at the end of the school

term A. L. Lewis Elementary Principal Walton Young-
Robinson takes over as replacement. .. Former R. R. Moton 1 1ZGORDOhs
Elementary (Perrine) Curriculum Ass't Laura Saunders assigned Termite Control
to replace Mrs Robinson as Principal of A. L. Lewis

Elementary (Homestead) come September. Arthur (Tight)
Green to see his squaw and little papoose by Friday. As a Coll Today for
warmup for his expected trip up to the hills of New York State,
ex-City of Miami patrolman James(Buster) Collie spent last Free
weekend in Nassau.Ditto Myrtle Jones Trio's bassist Gra- PETE HENLEY inspection I

chan (Brother) M 1ncur,who spent two days in the same foreign SALES REPSPECIALIZING Di usa

port..And I might mention that during Myrtle's intermissiontime IN DE- IoeOON Dan

at the Bonfire, Bobby Kendrix' Combo takes over the : TACHING AND RAT 377 1411 Gordon.Gin,crttttd in r GtN= d
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I. THE MIAMI I tlMft' Friday', April''26, 196> 9

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Boy Scouts .,::. t,

I. ; .

UAt Good Turn Day ; ;

April 29

Seven thousand Boy Scouts; : y a
DAVE BONDU will coer much of Dade County; !

on Saturday, April 29th oi;
J their 6th Annual "Good Turr'
There was an article In the
April Ebony magazine regarding .
Day" for the benefit of the han
"A Respect For Life" It said, "By all the measuring stick
dicapped men and women al
of scientific,scholarly and cultural progress,the people of Th Goodwill Industries The boys:
United States should be living in the Golden Age of modern ., .
left thousands of special bags; I '. ....: I
man. Commercial transportation has developed to such a point
on doorsteps last Saturday,
that a man can eat breakfast in New York City, lunch In a plus
dining room overloooking San Franscisco Bay at noon and enjoy -
to fill them with repairable Miss Princess Jabberwock Miss Jabberwock 1967 Miss Jabberwock Junior 1967
dinner in Honolulu-all in the Air-con-
a tropical same day.
clothing and small household
ditioned homes and offices provide confortable living and work
articles, returning to pick
round in cities such Minneapolis Jobberwotk Goes Mod
ing quarters year even as them up on the 29th.
Miss., where the outside temperature can range from 40 degrees Assisting in the county-wide

below zero in January 104 degrees above in July or effort are the Coral Gables; On Tuesday, March 23, Del crowned Miss Junior Jabber- western Senior High. First

August. The pure scientists have figured the theory of space Junior Chamber of Com ta Sigma Theta Sorority held wock by Miss Sheila Love, place was Mal m i Northwes-

travel to Venus, Mars and beyound and a trip to the moon is already merce, the Rotary Club of Miami its Twenty-fourth annual Jab- Miss Junior Jabberwock of tern, second place Carver,and

a practicality. Universities and colleges are crowed I to The U. S. Marine Corps berwock at Northwestern Se- 1966. Miss Princess Jabber- third place Miami Beach.

the doorways with students seeking higher education and eve Reserve and high school boys nior High School auditorium. wock is Little Miss Sharon Du As result of this year's suc-

the smaller metropolitan areas are building art museums; from many of the county's public This culminated weeks of hard hart who was crowned by Miss cess more deserving girls in

opera houses and other cultural centers.Books and magazine schools. Moving and truck- work by aspiring candidates. Rena Brown, Miss Princess our community will receive
are flourishing, libraries are expanding and the faces of most; Jabberwock of 1966.
Ing firms, and other,business Jabberwock has become syno- scholarships.The .
cities are being changed almost dailyand usually for the houses, donate the use of their nymous with Delta entertain- The 1967 theme was "Jab- co-chairmen So r 0 rs
better. The gross national product and median and average Incomes berwock Goes Mod." The Da-
trucks and drivers to haul the ment and fund raising for Dorothy Hield and Francena
keep rising and even the poor lathe U.S. can always find thousands of filled bags from scholarships since the idea vid Akins Trio provided the Thomas along with the pre-

food, clothing and shelter.; They talk about the Golden Age being 32 collection centers to the was conceived in 1921. tempo for the mod acts that sident, Soror Gussie Ervin and

tarnished, by hate, violence, discrimination and death, and Goodwill plant at 200 South The Jabberwock contestantswere followed. Noncompetitive all Deltas give thanks to all

then go on to say, -In an age when medical scientists an Miami Avenue.. Misses Patricia Austin, participants were North Dade the participate, parents,

working dally to find cures for deadly diseases and to mak The Good Turn Day Drive Loretta Rolle, Cheryl Edwards Junior Pepperettes, Lucia and Judges, timekeepers, ushers,

more productive the 11 v e s of those living to an increasing] supplements year-round donations Louvella Rhaney, Sha- Sheila Davis, Miami-Dade pages, and those who provided

older age, there seems to be a growing disrespect' for human of materials, forming ron Duhart, Gracelia Francisand Junior College Dance Group. scenery and music.
life among the population as a whole.The fact that 52,500 people a needed backlog of articles Dolly Florence. Miss Pa- The competitive participantswere
lost their lives in automobile accidnets last year does not With the conclusionofour'67mod
Booker T.
which, repaired and sold in Jabberwock by Soror Thelma WashingtonHigh
seem to bother many people.They take to the highways Just as the eight Goodwill stores,provide Phillips of Fort Lauderdale.Miss Carver High, Miami Bch affair, we ask your sup-
recklessly as they ha vein the past and, no matter how safe tin wages for the workers in Cheryl Edwards was Senior High, and Miami North- port again next year.

actual vehicle is made,thousands will continue to be killed because the Goodwill plant, as well as
the driver himself will not exercise due caution. House ,
counseling, on-the-Job train- '''r )'I'''' '" t'I'1"! ; /
hold accidents most of them precentable, took another 29,00! ;r "" i' I" ', ;f..;
ing and rehabilitation ser- ." _" },)- ,,'t ;, : ,
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lives and few people raised their eyebrows. There are many vices. At present Goodwill has .r" .: : :

people who protest the loss of life in the Viet Nam war bu 350 men and women in its ,

often it seems that their protests is more of a political protes plants, 200 South Miami Ave.,
against a war in which they feel this country should not be involved and 1130 NW 22nd Street.
that against the factthatpeoplearebeing killed on boll

sides." The violence, hate and death that are right among us

are the things we need to stop and take a look at. We must re ANGELIC CIVIC AND *?rui
spect the life of others, as well as ourselves. You see the I\ I
news and read the newspapers every day and see where some ,
one has been killed In a holdup, in, a bar-room brawl, In an ANNUAL TEA ,
automobile accident where some careless driver has run a stop j

sign or, yeild sign, or Intoxicated while driving.,Thesauri The.Angelic, Civic and Social 'iUL ,
needless deaths and injuries to others,as well as to ourselves Club will hold their First Annual _

Children picking up poisons carelessly left lying around, unsafe Tea on Sunday April 30,
heating units and faulty wires (left open or overloaded), child from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. at the I

ren playing with matches. "During 1966, 6,700personssome< New Covenant Presbyterian
1,300 to 1,400 of them children under five years of age) were Church 1221 N.W. 43rd Street :.

burned to death primarily in fires." No one group has a mono You are cordially invited.

poly on violence. "Newspapers across the country recently

carried stories telling how Chicago had just registered Its B.T.W. CLASS Or? 1957 i
1,001 st. gangland killing since 1919. Members of the press
from literally all over the world converged on Peoria, Ill., tc The Class of 1957 of B.T.W.

cover the trial of Richard Franklin Speck accused of killing Is having its weekly meeting

eight student nurses in a one night murder spree. Feature Friday, April 28th at the home,

stories in magazines speculate on the 14 persons connected ir of the president, Walter Perkins -

some way with the death of President Kennedy who have died, 1316 NW 67th DStreet.Bi
sometimes violently, since the assissination. In wealthy white siness importance to be dis-

suburbs, youths murder their parents and In Negro areas they cussed. All class membersare EffortsMerit
Publishers Cite Plans For Progress I
uselessly kill each other. Of one thing you can be sure, nc expected to

Golden Age of modern man will emerge from a society of via

lence which North South East or West-shows no respect for for the
The Annual Citation At the most Stanleythird from right), expressed gratitude
human life and dignity. It is true that you can brekfast in New May Color Day President of the National Association's recognition.
of the Plans for
Program will be held at recent meeting
York, lunch in San Francisco and dine in Honolulu. It Is true J. W. Advisory Council in Newspaper Publishers Assn., Also participating in the ceremony -
that not be able to walk from the bus to you home in Johnson Elementary School, Progress Carl-
you may 12 Oakland California, Frank L. presented a citation to Plans were(1 to r): Dr.
safety." This was such a good article and well written, that we May. at 7:30 p.m. for Progress "for providing ton B.Goodlett, Publisher,San

though we would pass on some of its contents to you. There was leadership, ingenuity and Francisco Sun-Reporter; G.A.
much more, so if you do not have an April, 1967 edition oi missioners A t h a 11 e Range, Steve Clark, Irvin Christie, and initiative in fostering equal McLellan, Director,Public

Ebony, get one and read the whole thing. Above All be a other, saw to it that we had a light at 58th and 10th Avenue, and employment opportunities for Affairs, Olin Mathieson Corp.

cautious driver; be a cautious parent; love your neighbor and we have asked for this one Just as long. We realize that they Negroes inbusinesb and industry and former PfP Administrative -

yourself and respect the lives of others. Amen can only do so much, at a time,but now we are asking for another ." Director; Eugene F.

ALBERTA light, to save lives. In the meantime, if you travel that Plans for Progress is the national Rowan, current PIP Adminis-
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: JUANITA way, please be careful.The stop sign in on the 58th Street side, voluntary equal employ- trative Director;Mr.Spahr;

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: WILLIE LAZIERVIP even though you can't see it very well when traveling West. ment program of American Mr Stanley, whoisalso pub
out old movies the other niight and it made us won-
pulled our business. Its 363 member lisher of the Louisville Defen-
OF THE WEEK: STANLEY J, HOJLO (Manager, DeBra der what became of Bobby Edwards, Arnette Cobb (beautiful companies employ some 9 der; Hobart Taylor,Jr., Director I

Turf Equipment Company) saxaphonist), Dottie Anderson (The Bahamas Mama, Alice million persons. The National Export-lmportBankof '

JEFF ADDAMS Darr (girl singer-pianist), Darnell WardBar Maid at the Lord Newspaper Publishers Assn. Washington and long associated -
GOLFER OF THE WEEK: Calvert) ? ? ? ,.Cab Caloway opens the Eden Roc on Friday represents 60 NegroorientedNewspapers. with the leadership of PfP

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Rudy and Mack, the two very Desk Supervisor at the Hampton House, beautiful, buxom, and Kenneth 0. Wilson, Vice-
Cart Inc. are the most curvacious, Elllstine Crue, was present a wrist watch on the President Afro-American
nice guys who work at Florida Golf The award was accepted by ,
polite gentlemen I have met in a long time. They say they have 26th as her birthday present. Husband, Martin Crue is head Charles E., Spahr (c), Chair- Newspaper Group, who addressed -
to Breakfast Chef at the Doral Country Club.. Charlie Slfford,
it's impolite Councilon
"because Coun- the Advisory
to stop working when I go up there, man of the PfP Advisory
turn your back on a customer."I say they're loafing, ha ha. our professional golfing buddy, picked up $3,800.OOinhis last cil and President of The Stand the Importance of advertising -
two tournaments. We are proud of him .. EOPI Job Developer -
Speakingof who in media.
nice Ohio) Negro-oriented
seriously, they are two hard working, guys. t. ard Oil Company ( ,
of the Browsville Center had his first
Pure 011 Service Sta- Thompson ,
Hallandale M and I went into a
tion Hallandale, Beach Blvd.(across from A& P Food store taste of the golf course last Sunday,with yours truly giving the
on such rest rooms in a service Instructions Stopped in at Bakers' last night on 15th Ave.,
and neither of us have ever seen and Clean. They were spotless.It's (it's now The Cotton Club, but everybody reembers it so) and COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE
station. Mirrors everywhere,
nice stations. it is still Jumping Elvin Dean is on a much needed vaca-
nice to know tht some owners try STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
Ocala this week-end. The tion. He is the former All-American Footbal player Sam
All the local golfers will be in
Moncur neighborhood coordinator of the EOPI, proving to
two-day tournament there on ,
Golf Club is having a
Clearwater Golf course .Sadie and Willie Temple are be one of the most forceful emancipators of the poor. He is VET TVTED
the Compton
member of Boy doing a tremendous J Job with all of his responsibilities. One
Wallace who is now a
of their son ,
very Scout proud Troop 1309.This is, a new troop formed at the First Bap- thing aout Sam, he is very dedicated to his Job and his people FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET

tist Church of Brownsville .Mary Frances(Tammy) Davis, who need help. Personally, I admire him because if he makeda
Alabama is visiting relatives and friends in Miami, "boo boo" he will bawl himself out, in your presence. You 379-7735
of ,
Midway There was a three car collision on know if he will bawl himself out,what he will do for his work-
time.. .
and having a good
the ner of 58th Street and 12th Avenue Friday night. You 846 $W 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9I. :
cor ers.that
ambulances and police cars to that is does it for this WEEK. Till the nexf one, LIVE LIFE
never saw so many
since the last accident there a few weeks ago. Our City Com- EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT. PEACEI

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10 I THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 28, 1967

I Program Set For State Beauticians: ,..:/;:-

Special events at the 28th Breakfast. Mrs. Marion Mai- ground of city, main attrac '",,,>,
annual convention of the draw of Miami is In charge. tion and costume. Prizes will I d MYNU
orange Blossom Cosmetolo- Tuesday 9:00 A.M. Educa- be awarded, all state officers,
gist's State Association Inc."# tional Beauty Clinic, Mr.D.A. local presidents and state
123, will convene In Sanford, Julius of Miami Administrator chairman are requested to attend -
Florida, May 2125. Convention and Mrs. Dessie Dix, Tam the Pre-Convention Exe-
theme is "Gateway toBuilding" pa chairman. Tuesday evening cutive Board Meeting May 20, Ni
Davis host at 3:00 P.M. at flapper Aca-
Mr.J.L. 9:00 P.M. Hairstyle Extrana-
president unit 46.# The Edu- ganza Crowning of Miss 0. demy, Bay Ave and Celery.
cational program and oratorical B.C.A. and dance. Mrs. R. Shop Owners Guild Number
contest will be held Mon- Louise Bassey of Orlando, Nine was organized recentlyIn ''I
day evening 8:30 P.M.Shiloh chairman Artist Bureau.Wed- Tampa, Mrs. Edna D. i
M.B. Church, W. 13th Street nesday evening 9:00: P.M., The Williams of St. Petersburgwas -
and Shep. Ave. The subiect President's Banquet and pre- elected President, Mrs. t
Gallic Jackson Jacksonville
Freedon and Responsibility" senting the "Chosen 50" Mrs. w
Mrs. W.D. Thompson of Jacksonville Louise Dupree of Cocoa chair- State Chairman and Mrs. W. 1'r
chairman. man. An outstanding feature is Chappin, Winter Haven co- 'r
Tuesday 7:00 A.M. Theta Nu the Parade of Units, the requirements chairman.The es 0r'
Sigma Sorority's Annual Dawn : Historical back- spotlight is on'Cosmeti-
que Unit of Winter Haven for
'their participation in the x *
"Florida Citrus" carade.their
theme "We Shall Walk in
Beauty." Mrs Willie B. White
Unit president.


FOR ._ r

Congressman Dante B. Fas- f
cell this week announced that -f' ... A _., _. ,_.._ ,..,
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all young men desiring to enter The Atlantic L ife Insurance for the first quarter 1967.They states to be the best in67.
the 1968 calss of the Air Force Company, proudly presents, are commended for having the Slogan Increase is the lifeblood
Naval, Military and Merchant its most outstanding district largest increase in premiumsin of life Insurance and col-
t l Ty,' 4h Marine Academies must file the company's system. lections are the arteries
their applications with him be- -KING OF CLUB Seated left to right:Betty Jean through which the life blood
fore Wednesday,June 28,1967. .THANKS McDuffie, Florence Roberts, flows
Fascell with nominate a prin- AnnieM. Long, Dorothy
cipal and five alternates each 'CONTRIBUTORS Phillips (agents)M..wager J.L.
to the U.S. Military,Naval andI'The King of Clubs, Inc., Brown, Cashier Mary Collins,
Air Force Academies for i is Jubilant over the very fine Myrna Johnson, Julia Moffett,
class entering in July, 1968. i response that its many friends agents standing: Wesley
All interested young men in i made to its call for help recently G ill s, Dan McDuffie, Fred g.! R t; tt
/ the 12th Congressional District in its effort forthe Johnson, Samuel Rease
4 r l should write immediatelyto Congressman Dante B. Fasi i an ElectrocardiographMachine Henderson, Georgia 1 Jones,
'd Yt cell, 2160 Rayburn Building, 1 for its patients. The Frank Slappy,(agents).Super-
Washington, D. C. 20515. 4 lub made up the balance after visor Jeff o r d Smith, RoyL.
f 1 the envelopes we recounted Moses Assistant Manager.
-' and the presentation was madeto Agents not shown: Mildred
Lelia/ McNeal, Madelyn Nelson, Bernize Jennings, Annie Glover and Pearl j the institution. Many contributions Gay, Gladys Goodwin LabonG.
Ray ford are the ladies who distribute beauty supplies for Wm. J. O'Brien & Com1 1 which were a bit late Bode, and M. Cox honorary.
I, pony. The company handles/ most of the well known and popular line of beauty pro 'were also turned over to the Territory leaders are distin-
ducts. Earlier this month the firm moved into larger quarters., at 7211 NW 2nd Ave. I hospital guished with trophies.Meager H
Johnson of Miami photo.BECKET. > The King of' Clubs as whole oJ.L. Brown, Supervisor
extends its thanks and also the Evelyn Henderson, agent DanC.
entire membership, indi- McDuffie.
vidually, express deep appre- Miami challenges: all dis- The queen of the junior department -
ciation for assisting in this tricts operating in our eleven of the Lily White Security -
humanitarian effort. Benefit Association,
Mrs. Lillie Johnson of2920
SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR N.W. 50th St., of Miami will be
recrowned at the Grand
SPECIAL" Assembly in Orlando to reign
Auto Insurance For for another year.Mrs.Johnson
i Everyone Cleaned & Oiled In Your Home is conductor of Junior Lodge

*Adjust Tensions I No. 193. She will be crownedby
: ,: Announce '" *Free Needle & Belt Total Cost 1150 the State director of the
: : : Check all Wiring All Makes Junior department, Mrs.EthelM.
Broadnax, during a special
The Grand *1 Year Guarantee & Models will
: : "f Opening session on Thursday, and
be seen on a magnif1cient float

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12.: .. .TAE: MIAMI TIMES. ; 'j.Friday, April *2tf. 1967 , I . cd" .

Warhree McGrady residing Carver

I S..MEMORIAlS DEATHS at 1169 N.W. 37th St.,
21 in Jack Ranches
died Friday, April i

son Memorial Hospital.Mrs. .

M.-Grady issurvivedbya News

Mrs. Ann Slaughter
I IN MEMORIAMIn of Anderson Indiana, one &y Wolt, Bow

family of the late loving memory of my beloved sister Mrs. Mary McGrady of Many thanks to Mr. and Mrs.
sad but'loving memory of husband Anderson Indiana four bro-
of 16400 N. W.
Larry Higgs,
JACK HARDY thers, Mr. ,
162nd Rd., Opa-locka, for giv-
who departed this life April]l Mr. John McGrady of Troy
lr a ing an anniversary party for
Alabama and Mr. Robert Mc-
26 1965. We miss
your cheery lr Enoch Whiteheadon
Mr. and Mrs.
of Anderson Indiana
smile the Grady ,
e friendly wave of r their 10th anniversary at
one first cousin Mr. Richard
\ your hand. All we can say is
their home in op-locka, Many
McGrady of Miami other
God knows best and has taken I thanks to the couple, Mr. and
tives and friends.
you home to rest.Sleep on dear of 5401
Mrs. Whitehead, are
services will be held Thurs-

u.YIMrV. M .. one Sadly upon missed his breast.his wife, Frank West, of 2450 N. W, day, at 3:00 p.m. in Richardson S.W. 17th St., W. Hollywood.New .

Marie 152nd St., died Satruday,April Chapel. The remains will Macedonia Baptist'

Niece HardyA Marie 22. He is survived by his wife, be shipped Friday morning,at Church of West Hollywood,
MATTIE D. JACKSONwho Eddie held their Women Day Obser-
And FriendsIN Emily, a daughter Mrs. 9:25 a.m. to Troy, Alabama,
...... departed this life April Mae Johnson; three brothers, with Richardson Mortuary in vance on last Sunday,Apr 1123.

25, 1965. Daniel, Elijah and Oscar; one charge of services.Mr. Thanks to each and everyonethat

Gone, but not forgotten. May MEMORIAMIn sister, Mrs. Katie Lou Duhart; Alex Johnson of 6518 NW made this program a suc-

she rest in peace and light per several neices and nephews. 55th Street, died April22. Mr. cess. Rev. B.L. Mack,pastor.

petual shine upon her. of Funeral services will be con Johnson is survived by five
l loving memory our dear The Ministers and Deacons
mother daughter and sister ducted, Saturday, April 29, at neices, Mrs.Iola Hester, Mrs. Union of A.C.B. Association
Sisters: 1:00 p.m. in the First Baptist Dilcy Sutton Mrs. Ceola
BLONEVA DUNWOODYwho meets at Star of Bethlehem
MOTHER VIRGINIA MOBLEYwho Verdie Howard of Miami Church of
Opa-locka. Adams Mrs.Rochelle Wilbon
Baptist Church West Holly-
expired this life Julia and Mollie Albert departed this life, April 30 ,
Feb. 7, McCray Mrs. Bernice Pearson, of Mrs. Annie Will Ford, one nephew wood Thursday night through
1967, wishes to acknowledgewith of Atlanta 1960 1736 N.W. 42nd St., died re Mr.J. Hatten of Jackson- ,
All are invited. Rev.
sincere gratitude your Mellinee Phillis of Detroit, On that happy Easter morningall cently. She is survived by her ville, four neices nephews of
kind expression of sympathy in Mich. the graves their dead restore husband, Fred; three daugh- Miami. Funeral services incomplete T.W. Hepburn, pastor.

their bereavement. Sincere ; Father sister child and ters; eight sons; her parents, at this time. Spe. 4th class Kenneth
mother meet once more. N e ale y is home on furlough
thanks to our many relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Brayboy;
Lou Cave of 1905 after serving overseas in.
irienas ana neighbOrs, for three sisters; four brothers; Mrs. Mary
cards, letters of condolence, CARD OF THANKSThe Ralph, Rodney, Ronald Rosa- several aunts and uncles. N.W. 57th Street, died,Sunday, Vietnam, Nealy will be home

telegrams, floral arrange- lyn, Norma and children, Mrs. There will be no local ser- April 23. Mrs.Cave is survived for 47 days he is living at the

ments, donation of cars and family of the late Lea Hamilton, mother; KennethL. vices. The remains will lie in by a husband, Mr. Earl P. home of-his aunt, Mrs. John-

other deeds extended the fa- MRS. RUTH J. ARTHUR Hamilton, brother. repose at Bishop Arline's Cave; twin boys Anthony Earl son, at 50th St. and 23rd St.

A Church 4210 17th Ave. and Victor Phillip; six broth-
mily. special thanks to all wish to their sincere N.W. ,
of the members of the Triumph express Thursday from 10:00 a.m. to ers, R.C. Culpepper of Phila- South Broward vrw Post No.
thanks and in the
gratitude receiving -
Church 8:00 On delphia, Lamar Culpepper of 8195 will have their Saturday
especially Arch- p.m. Friday morningthe
bishop D. H. Harris of Pitts- of cards, telegrams, ALBERTMRS. remains will be shipped Carver Ranches, Rev. Ernest night Fish Fry, April 29, at the
flowers and other kind
burgh, Pat who was of great sions during their bereave-expres- NELLIE HAMILTON, Man n I n g s, South Carolina, Culpepper of Benton Habor post on Pembroke Rd. 4816.

comfort to the family. The ment. 14701 SW 104 Ave., RichmondHts. where final rites and burial Michigan, James Culpepper of Mrs. E.J. Clark, recently attended -

body was eulogized by the ., died April 17. Services will be conducted. Hollis N.Y., and Rufus Culpepper the Baptist General
archbishop. Thanks also to the Mrs. Mamie: Perkins Mrs. were held Saturday from the Lenard Lamar Phillips of ota roo k1 y n N.W.; three State Convention of Florida, in

Range Funeral Home for their Brittle Huntly, Henry J., John- Church Of Christ Written In 1606 N.W. 58th Terr. Apt. 30, sisters Mrs. Essie Mae Lewis Orlando. Mrs.Clark serves on

distinctive service. son, Samuel J. Johnson and Heaven Perrine. Among her the young son of Mr. and Mrs. sisters Mrs. Essie Mae the Worship Committee.Mrs. .

James Johnson of Atlantic survivors are; one brother, Freddie Phillips, died recent- Lewis, Mrs. Agnes Phillips, Clark will be the morn-

Rev. Henry Mobley, husband City, N. J.IN. Mr. Hartwell Cornelius, one ly. Among his survivors are and Mrs. Clementine ing speaker for the Mission-
And Family sister, Mrs.Annie Guest,son- three sisters; his grand Pettigrew all of Miami. Fun- aries of Greater'Mt. Zion AME

in-law, Mr. Allen Jones, six parents,.Mr.and Mrs.Richard eral services for Mrs. Cave Church of West Hollywood on

MEMORIAM grandchildren.Mrs. Fur man. Funeral services will be held Saturday, at 3:00 the fifth Sunday morning, at 11

CARD OF THANKSThe will be conducted on Thursday, p.m., at St. Luke Baptist a.m.

Isadora Lenor Bullard, April 27, at 10:00 a.m. in the Church with the Rev. P. W. Rev. W.C.Grant thepastor.. ,
Williams officiating. (
family of the late 1748 N.W. 67thSt., died April Chapel. Mr. James Edward Wallace

IRA JONES 19. Services were conductedon Mrs. Cappie Mae Trotter of residing at, 2241 N.W. 153rdSt. South 1 1I 1

wish to express sincere thinks Wednesday fron New Beth 4603 N.W. 11th Avenue, died of Opa-locka died Wed-

to the many friends and neighbors Baptist Church. Among her Tuesday, April 18. She is sur- nesday, A p Ir 11 19,, Jackson n Dade News "+
survivors six vived by five daughters Mesdames -
for their cards and floral are daughters, Memorial Hospital. Mr.

pieces, and all the kind Madames, Gertrude Smith, : Ludia Holloway, Wallace's survivors include, a Mr. Connie Dye is thankful to

words cannot express how Rebecca Burrows, Winifred dames: Ludia Holloway, mother, Mrs. Marie Wallace, God for his progress, most of

much they meant to me. 3 Wynn, Constance Thompson, Lucille Nelson, Re jester one brother, Mr. ElicShefield, all to his wife Mrs. Eula Dye,

M Ines Hutcheson, Alice Sands, Starling, Mildred Thortonand two cousins, Mrs. Mohli Bur- the old rooster will soon be

Mrs. Ellen Inman, mother four sons, William, Audley, GertieWilcherjthree sons, ger and Ethel Underwood. ready to crow again.

Tommy Jones, son .' Phillip, Clarence Bullard. John, Riley and Theodore. Funeral services will be held There will be a dinner sale,

Charlie Mae Williams, sister Funeral services were held on at 2:00 in the at the home of Mrs.Rosie Lee
Wednesday, p.m
Dorothy M. Williams, niece James Thomas, 2304 All Saturday,April 22at3:00p.m.intheDaysprlng Richardson Chapel with Rev. Thomas, otl0080 Hibiscus St.,

Rev. Alexander Inman, Baba Ave., Opa-locka, died Baptist William Mack officiating.IN Perrine on Saturday.
stepfatherWest April 20. Among his survivorsare Church. Mrs. Callie Parker is ill at
Hollywood, Fla. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Addie Thomas, of home. Her space is missing at

Willie Thomas, of Montrose, 14th Avenue, died Thurs- MEMORIAMIn church may she soon be out
day, April 20. She is survivedby
-- In memory of my son, Sgt. G err g I a., six sisters Ma- Anna again.

Robbie L. McLeod, whom God dames, Lizze Mae Coley,Ruth a grand-daughter, sad, but loving memory of For your Miami Times

IN MEMORIAMIn has taken to rest, April 29, Williams. Will lie in repose Mae Williams;anadopted-son, I our dear brother, father and please see Mrs. Susie M.
Arthur an adopted-daughter,
memory of our dear one, 1966. He is gone, but not for- Wednesday afternoon inthe Bernice, Williams. Funeral I grandfather, Williams, at7516DuValave.,

gotten, sadly missed by his Opa-locka Chapel, remains services will be conducted on Perrine Fla 33157.HOPEWELL.

mother, Mrs. Lillian Gillis will be shipped Thursday, at .
Thursday, April 27, at 4:00
and friends.IN 4:25 p.m. to Montrose, Ga.
p.m. in the Providence
for final rites and burial.
Baptist Church. M. B.

MEMORIAMMRS. Leroy Gonzalez, 1171 N.W. Joseph Howard, of 2348 W. Rev. J.J. Sheffield, is pastorIda

66 St., died April 18.Services 4th Ct., died Wednesday, April Mae Smith, is reporter.
19. He is survived his wife
Saturday morning 10:00 a.m. Upon this rock I'll build my
Pearl two children two bro-
Liberty City C hap e 1. Amonghis ; ; church and the very gates of
thers Walter and
survivors are three daugh- Phillip; hell shell not prevail against
three sisters Mesdams Rosa
ters, Mad a m a e s, Margaret it.
Jackson Love and Lillie
+4 Harris, Claudine Gonzalez, The Hope Well Missionary
Selsor. Funeral services will
Marie three Baptist Church, of this city,
Thompson, sons,
be held Friday, April 28,at 11
cordially Invite to come
Freddie Leroy Gonzalez, you
in the
a.m. Chapel.
Bernard Roker, one brother, out and worship with us. Our

Willie LaHava. DAN ROLLE church is new to the communitybut
WILLIE INGRAHAMwho arewell known to Christ
we ,
this life April
who departed
passed away April 25, Ulysses Conley, 2090 ServiceRd. HIGHWAY CHRISTIAN 9, 1959. we need your support.
Opa-locka, died April 20. CHURCH MEETSThe If you want to Join in with the

Time speeds on, two years I Among his survivors are, one Gone, but not forgotten. May old time religion group, please
passed son, Emmett Conley, two bro- his soul rest in peace,and may feel free to come out and be
Since death its gloom, its sha- State Council of the High- |
thers, Edward Leon Conley, 'perpetual light shine upon him. with us.
dows cast ChurchofChrist
one daughter, Mrs. Susie Mae way Remember, if you are not
Within our home, where all will convene May 2 thru 7, at
Lee, four sisters Madames, ashamed to honor Gods pre-
seemed the 1603 Elcena Rolle, sister
bright, headquarters, N.W
Mattie Brown, Elizabeth Ful- sance, come out, you are wel
And took from us a shining DAISY MAE JOYNER ton Will 54th St.Thursday. The Family
Young, Lula Potts. come.
light. In sad but loving memory of Services are arranged for Sat. night, May 5, Dr.

We miss that light, and ever our dear daughter, niece and time will be announced over I.G. Pratt will be guest speaker. -

will, aunt, who departed this life your local news. The Rev. B.M. Hall, State

His vcant place there is none April 30, 1966. Diocese Mother, is asking her

to fill.Down Gone but not many friends to attend. LINCOLN MEMORIAL
forgotten. George Little, 1835 N.W. 4th CEMETERY
here we mourn, but not I"Asleep in Jesus blessed Ave., died April 19.Among his -

in vain, '" sleep, A calm and undisturbed survivors are wife,Clara, one ST. FRANCIS XAVIER
For up in heaven we will meet I repose from which none ever daughter, Mrs. Ella Belle 3001 NW 46th Strut NE -.419iE.

again. wakes to weep.* Grubbs. Services are to be arranged Registration for the 1967-68

for Saturday time and year will be Sunday,April 30th JOHNSON, Monog.r OX 1.9199

Mrs. Floris Ingraham J tfrs..Augusta Clark, mother place will be announced over from 3 to 5 p.m. for gradesone
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Family Family the local news later. through four grades. .of



MIAMI, TIMES, Friday, .Apt1; x,1967 E
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I NAACP Calla Strategy' ConferenceST.

PETERSBURG seriesof son, Jacksonville, Florida conference on April 26 will be
five area strategy confe- Conference President Cocoa Melbourne, Orlando
rences planned by the Florida Expected to attend the St.Petersburg Gifford,Stuart,DaytonaBeach, FREDDY'SYOU
Conference of the National As- area conference on Sanford and Del a n d. At the
sociation for the Advancementof April 24 at the New Hope Bap- Miami conference on April 27
Colored People (NAACP) tist Church will be NAACP officers will be Opa-locka, Liberty City GET HONEST
is to be held during the weekof from Tampa, Clearwater Florida City, Key West.At WEIGHT
April 24. Sarasota, Bradenton, the Ft. Lauderdale conferencewill
Brooksville, Plant City,Lakeland be Pompano Beach Boca AND A SQUARE -
The meetings are designed to Winter Haven Bartow, Raton Del ray Beach, West
update NAACP strategy to Ft. Myers, Avon Park andSe- Palm Beach and Ft, Pierce. DEAL. .
cope with current and anticipated bring.
problems in employ- Officers to be represented at Mrs. Ruby Hurley, Southeast
ment, school desegration, the Gainsvllle conference on NAACP Regional Directorfrom

housing and political action, April 25, ,will be from Ocala, Atlanta will serve as resource FRESH PORKNECK
according to Marvin Davies, St. Augustine Jacksonville consultant and specia-
St. Petersburg, Florida Field Orange Park Leesburg and list in problem solving and direct -
Director and Rutledge Pear- Lake City. At the Titusville protest techniques. BONES LB.1

I Rev. Graham Keynotes Religious InstituteA FRESH

regional Institute on "Religion rate workshop committee PORK TAILS rj'd 1> u .
and Social Issues will meetings at several of the re-
be held Monday, May 8, at the Social Justice and the Florida
University of Miami to bring Refion of the National Confer-
together religious and lay emce of Christians and Jews. FROZEN FRYINGCHICKEN
leadership and other com- Dr. Irving Lehrman rabbi of
munity leaders from welfare T e m p k e EmanuEl of Miami WINGS 5$1.19
civic and service organiza- Beach and past president of the M
tions to consider therole of organized Rabbinical Association of

religion in meeting Greater Miami, is chairmanof KY. OYSTER '
basic and social issues of our the planning committee on
time. "Religion and Social Issues." CHITTERLINGS 10 Lg. $1.79GROUND
Keynote speakers for theone- PAIL ,.
day conclave, which will open Serving as advisors to the "
with registration at 3:30 p.m. committee are Frank J.
at the Hillel House Ponce de Magrath regional director of
Leon Blvd.at Miller Road,will the National Conference of'
be former Arkansas Repre- Christians and Jews, and the BEEF 3 LBS. 89LEAN -
sentative Brooks Hays and the Rev. Martin A. Walsh of the The engagement of Altamease
Reverend Edward T. Graham, Catholic Diocese of Miami Chestnut to Bernard Wellington -
minister of Mt. Zion Baptist ligious buildings on the Uni- Thomas is announced by BRISKET Ii ,'I<; :r :' ': '
Church. versity of Miami campus.. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .
Chairman of the Board of Solomon McCray Sr. of 645 STEW BEEF .. .
Co-sponsors of the Instituteare Trustees of Florida Memorial Osceola Street, Tallahassee, LB,29t
the Inter-Faith Agency for College, the Rev. Graham has Florida. Mr. Thomas isthe

The Rev. Graham's Keynote been active In numerous nephew of Mrs. Janie E. Mc- .
address is scheduled for 4:10 governmental, civic and Collough of Miami.The bride- "' :-: '..
p.m., after which the confer- human relations projects elect is a graduate of Univer- TENDER CHICKFRYERS ;-( A
ence will separate into sepa- throughout the state. sity High School, and receiveda S \ : "
B.S. Degree from Florida : ;
A & M University where she '\ . ;

I was a memberof, the Agriculture o \ \ .
and Home Economics
clubs. She was also wardrobe :
APRIL 30th 1967 29CLB.'J
chairman for the Orchesis ;
ATTEND FIFTH SUNDAY EVENTS J club, and a member of the

I. FAMU staff. Miss Chestnuthas WHOLE ONLY ,. ,
Oireater etie1ctca also studied at Florida

State University, Florida
(! urtfy Atlantic University and is pre 'CUBE ,'(
sently enrolled at Barry

College.The STEAK .. I, ." : LB. 69
245 NW 8th Street, Miami, Florida 33136 : ." \ />, 'A ,
Rev. Sylvester A. Cousin, Sr., D.D., Minister was a prospective graduate of North bridegoom Dade '" ..: ,' }it } :t, : ..'

High School, and received an LONGRAINRICE
11:00 A.M. MISSIONARY DAY SERVICEDR. Associate of Arts degree from
Miami Dade Junior College.He .
JAMES A. ROBERTS, SR., D.D.,'Speaker also received a B.S. degree 5 LB CELLO 494
Presiding Elder, South F la.Conference, N.Miami Dist. from Florida A&M University
where he was a member of the
Ella Jones, PresidentMrs. famed "Mirching 100," :LYKE, PALM' :RIVER! If i ". ,''\I: '+ ,i':" ? :
JI" ,
1.\ .' 1-. ( :; ':'J "
Cherrye A. Mills Boyer, Chairman bands and I,' ,', 'J..Jt ., r' ; i/L ,j
symphonic,stage : .t'j, '' '! ;!" o" .
4 TO 6 P.M. ANNUAL YOUTH many other musical organiza WEINERSRITZ ,'+ ." ., ) 't" ,'t L 3' .'.'12 PKS oz:,'. 89' t"
tions. Mr. Thomas is also a :' mt. 3 ', '
very active member of the

Special Guests: All former Members & Parents; Alpha Phi Alph Fraternity.
Mrs. M. L. Cousin,Sponsor; Miss C. A. Mills, DirectorMr. Presently, both are employedby
Jerome Trapp, President the Broward County Boardof
Public Instruction. Blessed SHORTENING 3 LB. TIN 49C

7:00 P.M. COMMUNITY PIONEER Sacrament Catholic Church
FELLOWSHIP HOUR will be the setting for the June

Theme: "Progress Through Religious Leadership" 17, wedding. :


Rabbi, Temple Israel of Greater Miami;Chairman, Dade rrFAMUAN ".",,,,,, .!ir .tI.1/ii, > J
County Community Relations Board

Commemorating Activities of Clergy & Laymen and RIPEBANANAS
Their Relatives and Descendants, Who Pioneered The
Growth of Greater Bethel AME Church, Miami, Duringthe L2 lot
First Sixty Years of its Life;
And Paying Tribute to
THE REV. SYLVESTER A. COUSIN, SR., DD., LL.D. J" 1 ,.,'."", ,WR'jjo.( ,"
(Now In Tenth Year of Pa.torateWho will Be Elected HUDSON "');',7\. 41 w: ; ..,: ,
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Bishop, May, 1968)SPONSORED) : .oi <
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BY THE APRIL CLUB ; .l, !t. ..
Mrs. Alice J. Barr, Chairman;Mrs. (net Hardiman, CoChairman : .. .11'\\" ';" .
; Mrs. Willie Lee Silllmon, Secretory; Mrs. BBM BpgpHU HMMBBBMBi mmtrnm
Emma Mathis, Corresponding Secretary; Rev. Joseph VAL VITA
E. S. Ray Public Relations Coordinator. GETS SCHOLAR-
-------------- SHIP AWARDA
PEACHES 4 2'/2 $1
IN MEMORY OF $500 Royal CrownCola
THOMAS PHARR; KELSEY L. PHARR JR.; OSCAR Scholarship Award was pre-
SR.; LOVELL LORENZA RICHARDSON, JR. thorn during the 29th annual ": '
: < : G'AL'L :
(Pioneers, in Cultural Community RelationsAnd Alpa Kappa Mu National Honor I ? :(",' "*; ",?*'II"I' I.r. ''' NJU; ::89 DEP':1, !

Humanitarianism) Society convention held at "L* .._.. '," i.o'wJa) :/ ,Y! I'toM'I :.L" "', ,:J:.>J: 'f.,".....:1.... :.'(",": ",, )'. \ ,"., .;..,.;. IIt'i..",
Sponsored by the Dade County Morticians' Association Tuskegee Institute recently.The .
Victor John Bain, President award was made by a representative -

I Division of the Royal Crown
Cola Company.

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BAPTISTThe Baptist Women's CouncilTo ST. PAUL AME 1

Rev. T.C. Kelley Jr., pastor =
Ministers and Deacons'

i,Union of Atlantic Coast Bap- Elect OfficersAll "1 I
tist Association meets at Star : ; : ; i 1
of Bethlehem Baptist Church, members of the Baptist be invited to preside over the :: '\

West Hollywood, Rev. I. W, Women's Council are requested election.All 1
to be present at the M*.Oli members are urged to be
LADIES OF MT. Hepburn, pastor, this week- ALLEN CHAPEL AME
Fri- present and to pay up any indebtedness .
end. But services at Temple vette Baptist Church on
CALVARY HAVE will be as usual. day, April 28 at 8 p.m. There that is due. The .t..l'! Rev. F.D. Wright, pastor

"MARK WOMEN'S The Training Union will will be an election of officers.All women voted ,and pledged to / !I t

DAY"The sponsor a dinner Sunday afternoon officers are requested to support Missions and Educa ii'J. .. You mean you haven't heard?
at the home of the vice- render a report for the first tion. Using a Missions .. '''-'''' Well then, read futher and find
Mark Women Day Com president, Mrs. Stafford Bainin 12 months. Rev. Mickins will is our mission." ,".. \'''' out Sunday, April 30 is Mis-
mittee, under the Chairmanship West Hollywood. Friendsare The president stated that a ".. sionary Society of Allen
r,,: of Mrs. Ozie Nichols, great task lies ahead and that Fannie
invited. Chapel of whom Mrs.
wishes to express its sincere SINAI every Baptist woman and all '. ,
The boys and girls of the MT. Gaddy is president, has
gratitude to the members, friends of the Baptist are .
in .. .
Templeites Choir are a po- .. i planned a wonderful programfor
the Women of Mt. Patricia Austin needed to help and push for .
espicially pularity contest dated for the reporter ,\ both morning and evening
their fine work that has been
Calvary for very third Sunday in May. Who will ward services.Mrs. .
in to Rev Washington delivered I the Master The
support given helping assigned by
be the winner? The boys are Allie Mae Jackson will
make it a success. saying the same about them. the morning message and Rev.,.Gospel needs to be preached, REV C. WILLIAMSOur serve as guest speaker for the

Mrs. B. Bryant and Mrs. V. Davis delivered the evening Souls need to be saved and the pastor, Rev. T.C. Kelley, morning; program. 'Mrs. Mae

Strachan are cheering for both message and Rev. Davis delivered kingdom needs builders! Chairman M*.B. A. Morse, Dell McSwain is guest speakerfor

sides. the evening message. Co-chairman, Mr. George th evening program.

Miss Drusilla Thompson is The General Church Drive MT. TABOR USHERS' Williams and officers of our Everyone is invited to come

convalescing, but is still at has come to an end.All choirs BOARD No. 2CELEBRATES church wish to thank its many out and enjoy these wonderful
Mercy Hospital. We continueto participated as they were ask- members and friends for make programs.

pray for her recovery. ed to do. The Steering Com- 26th ing our 22nd Men's Day a big The Pastor Aide Club was re-

i Mrs. Eva Lawrence is con- mittee would like to thank each ANNIVERSARY success. Special thanks goes coganized. Officers of the club

fined to her home because of a and everyone for theirsupport; out to Rev. J.C. Williams the are: President Naomi Mc-

fractured ankle. Our get-well may God bless each and every- T T Presiding Elder of the Orlando Intyre, Vice-President,

wishes go to her and Mrs. one of you and may he double District for that wonderful Virginia Ancrum, Secretary,
f-I: Ethel English. your blessings.Go service the Rev J.B. Black- Laney McNear and Treasurer,

nell and his congregation Ft. Irene Daniel.
ye therefore and teach all Lauderdale 3:00 and the
p.m. Also organizing for the
\., year
rurrr MT. CALVARY M. B. nations, baptizing them in the Rev. Roscoe Jackson New Macedonia was the Missionary Society.
of the father 'and of the
} that night i
we were
MRS. MATTIE CURTIS J Rev. Samuel Atchison, pastor son, and of the Holy Ghost"son honored to have also at that Officers are: Fannie Gaddy,
President Irene Daniel Vice-
The No. Four Usher's Board ,
and of the Holy Ghost"
Pictured above is Mrs. Presiding Elder Roberts.
President Velma Porter Sec-
tie Curtis amember of Mt. ;will sponsor their Spring fashion Mark 28:19.: Thus is the workof Congratulation goes out to retart. ,
delivered Show on, April 30, from 4 the Missionary S 0 c let y.
Calvary was pseaker she Rev. T. C. Kelley and Mr. Members of Allen Chapel
an informative and inspiring t:o 6 p.m. at the Mt. Calvary The are presenting a pro- Samuel Taylor for raising the
elated thismonthbecause
Here theme Baptist Church. The show is gram here at the church on were -
highest amount of
message. money.
of the addition of three
"Loving the Unlovely." All 'entitled "The Mod World Of May 2, at 7:00 p.m. All are invited Total amount raised for the
members to our family.These
I Fashion." Modls will
participants were the Women come to attend. Sis. L. E. Day $5,900.
members are Velma Porter,
from the
of Mt. Calvary. ; Allegro Modeling Thomas, President. Remember our sick and shut- Naomi Hepburn and Sister
This event was a send off to 'c)chool, Coral Gables. Everyme Let us attend our BaptistTraining PATRICIA STEWART in and say a prayer for their Witherspoon. We that God
is invited to the fashion pray
the Women for their approaching Union services on speedy recovery. Don't forgetto will continue to guide them.
J show. Sunday at 5:30 Sis. Patricia Stewart of Ft.
Annual Women's Day June p.m. save all your news papers Love Feast highlighted the
Cynthia Marie Johnson, is Don't forget to pray for our Lauderdale will be the guest for our Juniors. activities of last Sunday. .

25.Rev.. Samuel Atchison, is J reporter sick-and shut-ins. speaker at the 26th annual an- Members broke break together

.. .. niversary celebration of theUshers'
minister. -- -
and rejoiced to the
Board No. 2, Sunday,
NEW MT. MORIAH tal amount raised $1,838. name and deeds of our saviour
April 30th at 3 p.m. She has
FRIENDSHIP M. B. Our monthly conference, May Jesus Christ.
chosen for her theme "The
Rev. A.L. Shipp pastor : Rev. W.M. Davis
4, at 8:00 p.m. all members Our hearts were sadden and
Doers in the Great
Rev. J. E. Jenkins,pastor Sis: ,. Evelyn Souter, reporterOur Society. The pastor and members will
plaeas be present. We are inviting the entire draped with sowwow becauseof
Sis. Lee Carr reporterThe
Ruby ,
like to express their thanks
Joint rehersal for choirs the passing of Sister Lou-
Women Day Was a won- community along with the Mt. for their
no. 1 & 2, May 2, at 8:00 p.m. everyone making ella Martin.
Ministers and Deacons derful success. Truly we hada Tabor family to come out and Women Day successful.
time in the of the We will have Baptism Sunday share with us this gloriousevent. Members are urged to
Union, working under the jurisdiction good name Special thanks to Mrs Lillian
morning, at 9:00 a.m. remember the sick and shut-
of the Seaboard Lord. We want to thank Mrs.R. J. Brantley the morning
Brown Let us continue our prayers Dessie Crockett is reporter. ins and also the mourning
Baptist Association will con- McDonald, Mrs. I. speaker and Mrs. Flossie

vene with the New Hope Mis- ._...- Blessing the evening speaker.The hearts:
sionary Baptist Church in Ft.
MARTIN MEMORIAL totalraisedwas$3,620.93. ANTIOCH
Lauderdale, Fla. Thursday night, April 27,the
Our pastor will preach Sa- pastor, choirs andusherboards Rev. P.W. Wiggins, pastor
turday at 7 p.m. The Church Rev. R.H. Johnson, pastor will worship at Bethlehemon Rachel B. Pratt, reporter
Bus will leave from the churchto
Hats off to the men of Martin the welcome program for Wards number 4 and 12 of An-
go there.Anyone desiring to Memorial A.M.E. Church.The the Southern Division of the tioch Women's Day observancewill
meet at the church. .
go, please Men's Day is. over. It may not Ministers and Deacons Union present some of Miami's
Our ,deepest sympathy is extended have been the greatest day in also the Women Auxiliary. 420 outstanding singers in a Musi-

to Sis. Bell Martin and the life of the church but it was N.W. 40th St., Rev.O.W. West, cal Festival on Friday night,
family in the loss of her bro-
great and a big success pastor. April 28, at 8:15: p.m.
ther in Honea Path, S. C.Alsoto Thanks to all participants and The Pastor's Aide Club will The adult choirs, male chorus

Sis. Essie M. Lewis, in the members of the church. meet Friday night, April 28, and ushers of both boards will

loss of her sister. at the home of Bro. and Sis. render service at the morningand
Our get well wishes to all of The day did make history in Burrows, 3228 N.W. 48th evening worship hour this

our sick members. We are so _._, our church, however. It was Terr., at 8:00 p.m. Sunday.The .
elated over our many visitors the first time a speaker had The Young Matrons' Jr. Red Liberty City Branch of
each week. MRS. CHANIE COLLINS MRS. ZELLA BROWNCoChairman been choosen in five minutes.Mr. .
Circle and Sunshine Band are the N A A C P will observe its
"Come to church, have your Chairman Henry Thompson,who was wsk to meet at the church Saturday anniversary on Sunday, April

faith lifted." Macedonia Choir and Ushers, for our pastor, his mother to introduce the speaker of the afternoon at 1:30: p.m. 30, at 3:00 p.m The main address

Peaceful Zion Choir, Mt.Cal other sick, shut-ins,bereaved hour, became the speaker of to attend the Union at Bethle- will be delivered by Rev.

vary no.2 Ushers and all families and those in the the day. He gave a very infor- hem Baptist Church. O.W. Foster, Moderator of the

FELLOWSHIPBy others that participatedand armed services. Visitors always mative, andinterestingspeech, You and yours have a hearty Florida East Coast

attended all services.To- welcome.ST. hats off to Mr. Thompson for welcome to worship with us. Association.You .

R. J. McGhaney atlmely job so well done.A are always welcome to

hardy thanks to you. ST. MARY'S W. M. visit with us in any of our wore

"Know ye not that ye are the ST. JOHN AME BARNABAS W. M. The evening services afforded ship services and other activi
temple of God,and that the spi- another first,a big suprise, 4798 NW 8th Avenue ties.
rit of God dwelleth in you?" Rev W. A. Curry, pastor and enjoyment for all present, Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor
1 Cor. 3:16.Everyone: Sis.Catherine Willisreporter Rev. Howard Demeritt, pastor "The newly formed male Dorothy Thompson, reporter GREATER ;
of of us should try Sunday is Missionary Day. Miss PhyllisJohnson, reporterNext chorus of Martin Memorial."
to live a clean and truthful life. Sis. Louise Thomas, presi- There will be a sale at the NEW MACEDONIA

For whatever we give, that Is dent, is looking for your support Sunday being the fifth, The men really sang out of church hall on Friday, April 3165 NW 56th Street

what we shall receive. Whe- to help make this day a Sunday is Youths Day. The. their souls, and filled the 28 at 7:30: p.m. The public is Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor

ther it is good or bad. I know success. youth will be in charge of ser- church with the Holy Spirit invited. Sis. Aurora Beard, reporterWe
will be a panel, which set the stage for the Men's Day will be observed
that I have done some ungodly, Friday night before the first vices. There are now in our second
and terrible things in my life, Sunday is Love Feat. Plan now discussion, subject: "Where message of Rev. Allen Sunday, April 30. Mr. Albert week of revival prayer meet-
Enoch and Elijah." The. Williams so eloquently Bain is the for the
and it all came back to me.So to attend. are speaker ing. Preaching services will
let us try doing, not one, but All boards will meet the same panelist are: Miss Phyllis: delivered.The 11 a.m. service. All captainsare conclude Friday night before

some good, and help someone time. Johnson, Miss Carolyn Doctor, financial report at theendof to report all money no later the first Sunday in may. All

everyday. And we will see and We have on our sick list:Sis. Master Walter Jackson, the day was very pleasing. than Sunday, April 30 at of these services will beginat

feel how wonderful and how Edna Faison at Jackson Memorial Master Ellington Bain. Our, Through all of the success of 4:30 p.m. A program will climax 7 p.m. The revivalist will

pleasant life is. Just know that Hospital; Sis. Rosa L. Master of Ceremonies: Master the day don't forget to pray for the day which will follow be Rev. J. J. Johnson of All
Banes at South Miami Hospital Maurice Rolle. the sick and shut-ins. the 7 p.m. evening worship.Mr. bany
the spirit of God is in all of us. Georgia. A truly great
andSis. Edna Feddathome. Mrs. Alfrelda LL Again we say congratulationsto Erwin Delevoe Is chair- and dynamic
So until a later date, If God's man of God.
Mrs. AlfreldaLawrence the men of the church for a man and Mr.:Grainville
will, thanks, and my prayersfor Visit with them and say a word Major Come out and hear him and
all of you of prayer sponsor*. Job well done. is co-chairman. bring a friend along.


THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, April 28. 1967 15


Rev. A. D. Hall Rev. R. L. Akins Rev. B.L. Turner
The church exists for pastorE. Rev. F.L. WEEK pastor.Upon pastor
mission and not just as an end- Ingram, reporterAt Sis. T.S. Holmes reporter this rock, I build my Have you ever receivedGod's

ing itself. So, under God, and church and the Son ....
the close very gates of as you Savior? If not, no -
together we forward ofourAnnual There will be a fifth Sunday The Les Stenos observed the l
go with
thankful hearts in the name Calendar Rally on last Monday meeting at the TwentyfourthStreet beginning of National Secre Hell shall not prevail against matter how good you may think
and withthe power of Jesus night total amount raised Church of Christ,April taries Week, April 23-April you are, you stand condemned.
Christ, to take our stand for $4,885,59 with the month of 30, at 3:30 p.m., 347 N.W. 24th 29, by worshipping together We the members of Bethel However, as soon as you admit
Temple would like that
December to you are a and trust
express sinner
him not only in reporting $434.50 Street. on Sunday, April 23rd, at the
personal and
and 15 special thanks and gratitude to Christ for that needed salva-
social life,but in the public life members of December Bro. Ray Duncan of the West Mt. Sinai Baptist Church, 698
paying $25.00. The month_n of__ Palm Beach Church of Christis NW 47th Terrace. Other ac. Bishop White congregation tion, God declares you righteous -
December is the who so graciously let us have then "Bein justified by
winning mon- tivities
preaching nightly in a one are planned during e t
th for the services in his church until faith," you have "peace with
of 1967. we
year Orchids week meeting, at the Golden week and will climas with a L
to i moved into our tent. May God God through our Lord Jesus
captain Mrs. Flora Bell
Heights Church of Christ.Ser- trip Pioneer City with l
Strachan; Co-captains, Mrs. vices begins each night at 8:00 family and friends. bless you always. Christ" (Rom. 5:1)).
Pearl Cooper and Mrs Row- p.m. Come hear this wonderful Lillian Steward is presidentand On this coming fifth Saturday We are deeply grateful to
ena and Sunday we will be Rev. L.R. Ross of Bethel for
April was the next
man preach the truth to a Ethel Smith is reporter
runner up, with nine members sinful world. 2500 N.W. 15th service with Bishop D.D. Ar- an inspiring message, and the
paying $25.00, raising Court, Ft. Lauderdale. ---.-- line and Saints at our tent. charge that he and Rev. C.R.
$328.00. The captain for the Bro. Tynes plans to worship Please come and let us worship Townsel gave ournew deacons.

IiBRO. month of April, Mrs. Aurilla with the Pompano Beach NEW HOPE BAPTIST God together. Pastor Tuner will bring both
Major and the Cocaptainswere Church this coming Lord's We would like at this time to messages this Sunday. The _'.I
.. Mrs. Eva B. Brown and Day. Rev. W.E. Sims, pastorMary I pay a special tribute to Deacon Lord has two thrones: One in
Mrs. Pauline- -- Brown. Bro. and Sis. Moses Williams L. Mayfield, reporter Daniel Akins who have done a the highest Heavens, the other
The marvelous job of decorating in the lowest hearts., Please
pastor and the
official plans to
leave the city this Sunday, April 30, our annual'
board expressed thanks to the weekend to attend the burial of Men's Day will be observed. and making our tent a beautiful pray for the sick every where
members for place where we can wor-
their contributions their aunt Mrs.Addie
Thomas, Deacon William Grant,Chair ship God.
who passed away last Friday. man, and Bro. Allen Kerson, Also JORDON
a special thanks to Bro. GROVE
The Stewards
Board 1, 2, and Funeral services will be heldat Co-Chairman, have worked
3 will be in Charles A. Minus Jr, and Sr.,
charge of class the Providence
Baptist faithfully to make this the best t Choir
are looking forward to meeting on Tuesday members who worked on
our night. Church. Men Day ever. Rev. C. H. Smithpastor
Annual Mt'n's Day which will Sunday at 11:00: a.m., Love- 'Humble yourselvestherefore The program committee has our"Seven organ. Eddie L. Gilbert, reporterThe
be held the third Sundayin feast. The chorus will beat under the mighty hand of planned a wonderful programfor Days without prayer

May. The captains are askedto their best at the morning and God, that he may exalt you in you. The morning speakeris makes one weak.
contact each member on evening service. due time. Rev. Roscoe Jackson of -- Deaconess wish to thank

your list and collect $10.00. You are urge to visit the sick Casting all your car upon him Greater New Macedonia Bap- NEW PROVIDENCEThe each and everyone for partici-

Bro. James Sharp, chairman and shut-ins and remember for he careth for you." tist Church, and the evening anniversary.
Bro. John Dean and Bro. Theo- them in your prayers. Visit the church that makes i speaker is Rev.WilliamDavls, Minister's and '
dore MAC key Co-chairman. You are always welcome to you feel at home. i of First Baptist Church Union working under the juris for delivering the message on

We hope to make this Men's Ebenezer, the church with a .- .... ]Brownsville. At 4:00 p.m., a diction of the Seaboard Baptist Friday night and the Rev. Sa- t:'
Day a success, and it can be warm welcome. surprise i program has been Association of Florida i will muel Atchison who deliveredthe

done through your effort and FIRST BAPTIST OF i planned, so please come. convene with the New Hope message on Sunday afternoon -

support. OPA-LOCKA Saturday April 29,there will Missionary Baptist Church, at .
April-ltes are having SHILOH be a dinner sale at the home ofMr. 1321 N.W. 6th Street, Ft.Lau-
Rev. W.J. Macon
"Around Up" Saturday, at 826 Rev. A.M. Griffin, pastor Pastor and Mrs Johnnie Person, derdale, Florida April 27 thru To the sick: Faith in Christis
N.W. 47th Street their Chair- Sis. C.M. Myles, reporterAll Men Day, under the leader- 1090 N.W. 39th Street. Phone 30.. Rev. W. H. Edwards is the power that will heal us
man Mrs. Magree C.,Young ship of Dec. W..J Armstrong 634-4072., moderator. Rev G.W. Phillips of our spiritual inabilities to
will celebrate their anniver- of the auxilaries are and Rev. Major Green was just is the pastor. walk and serve. And send us
working hard for their what Our #2 Choir is in need of a forth to praise God in the new
will celebrate her birthday. very we expected it tobea, Our Concentration Hour is
Everyone is welcome to come. annual Women's Day which will huge success. The morning I good musician. All interested held each Sunday morning, at life that faith has given our
April-ites will also ter- be held the fourth Sunday in speaker was Rev.W.F. Tanner I persons may call the church 5:00 a.m. souls.
May. of ST. M.iryBaptistChurch I 696-7745, and ask for the pastor Let us not sick
minate Sunday night at 7:00 forget our and
p.m. and make their final fin- There will be a musical pro- and guest choir, St.Luke Male j Rev Sims, or the president shut-ins. Pray for our bereaved -
Friday at 8:00 givenby chorus with 4 Deacon Isiah Spencer. The is welcometo
anciall report. gram : p.m ushers from Mt. ones. public always
The Missionary Society will the #2 choir. Calvary Baptist Church. Remember to pray for our Ernest M u r ray is reporter worship with us. We will be

celebrate their anniversary The Deaconess will be selling The speaker for the eveningwas I sick and shut-ins. Rev. C.J. Burney is the pastor. looking for you Sunday.7C'K .

Sunday April 30,, There will Friday evening at the Church, our own.Mr, Earl Mizell,
\ & .O '. & '& 1 -' --' --' --' -'- -'- -'-. .-.I.- --'_ _..._ & .& &
also be a program at 300p.m.I There will be a food sale Sat. who spoke from the subject :j 1C R 'ft' 7C 7C7c "7c W 'JIlt'X "JI(' X'"JIf W "J1Ir "n W W n 1If '
Please make this a must to, at the home of Sis.Rizer, 1237 "The Measure of a Man" and .

keep us in our work of mission.To n.w. 63rd Street in behalf of our male chorus and male
the member and friends, the #1 Usher Board. ushers served. : SAMPSON'S MARKET JJ

Choir No 2 proudly presents, The n choir will have food Dec. Eugene Justice and his *j

"Heaven Bound" Friday night sale Sat. at thehome of sis. English workers raised the highest j

May 12, at 8:00p.m. in the 1250 N.W. Street.The amount of Money. Dec. W.J. J' 1466 NW 62 ST. JJ
church auditorium. telephone number is 696-4237. Armstrong was second, and -j

Mr. Willie Scott is delegateto There will be a musical pro- Dec. Edwin Ramsey was third.

run in the coming electionin i gram Sunday evening, at 3:00 The total raised was 1 J Free Delivery 696-5711 J
run-off election to the con p.m. at the church given by the $2,492.52 1

vention. #There 1 choir.will be a Barbecue din- You are always welcome to H,* ** * * * *. *

ner given by Sis. Joseph Sat. First Baptist. j
MARS HILL PTA beginning at 4:00p.minbehalf Rev. W.J. Macon, is pastor ': BUTTERBALL SPECIAL !
The PTA of Mars Hill of the Laymen andmen officers Sara E. McRae is Secretary. ,
of the church. The address is 2 LBS. PORK ""
Christian Church, of 2455 NW ,k 2 LBS. FRESH GROUND
68th St., are observing their 1601 N.W. 91 St. .
Annual Spring Tea, Sunday Come out Sunday night and MT. MORIAH ,' CHOPSSTEW BEEF

April 30, from 4 6:00 p.m. enjoy variation of musical
You and the friends of Mars groups sponsored by Sis. J. Perrine Florida ,K 2 LBSo BRISKET 2 .LBS. TENDER BEEFLIVER :

Hill are cordially invited. Johnson. Rev. WC. Edcar, Minister
Remember to visit and pray k: BEEF
Hazel McCroid, supervisor, *
for the sick and shut-in. i
Rev. C.W. Preston, is the pastor Sunday was Men's Day at Mt. A

_ _. Moriah Dec. James Canadate 4 K 2 LB. BOX SMOKED +t; GOLD SEAL *,
HURST CHAPEL (GREATER BETHEL AME;: is Superintendent of Sunday ,; ; "
School. Teacher's from SAUSAGE lt I'rR
Rev. W.J. Allen, pastor Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor various churches attended the ..k *
Mrs. Jean Townsend .
school. Brother Clifford Mat-
Greater Bethel AME cele- ...( 3 LBS. NECK lf"1ill'", 1 LB. fc
'i W
Presiding Elder FA Allen of brates its 70 Anniversary thew was the speaker atthe -'
the Miami District held his second 11:00 a.m. service, is is the :
of 8 thru .
during the week May BONES OLEO
conference. community director of BookerT k; ;
14. The callemiarls as follows: 1J
Presiding Elder Allen, our Monday night May 8,8:00p.m.Ml. Washington High School.The .

pastor and wife, were dinner Herman AMEChurch, Rev. 300 p.m. speaker was the Rev. ..K 3 LBS. CHICKENWINGS 3 DOZ. FRESH FLA. GR. A, *
guest of Id.-. and Mrs. Elbert Jasper Sander. Rev. E. J. ..
S.L. Gay, Minister. Tuesday .
Miles. Shepard I spoke at our 6:30 p.m. .
night, Mjy 9,8OOp.m.NewSt.
Let's not forget our springTea service.
Paul Institutional AME, Rev.T. .
and Fashion Review Our total collection for the .
C. Kelly, Jr., minister.
Sunday, at 3:30 p.m. on the day was $4,405.90. ...... *
Church lawn. Wednesday night, May 10,8:00p.m. The Perrine Male Chorus and 4 CANS PILLSBISCUITS. B. M. Ufa\ v 2 REG. SIZE LOAVES OF
., Mr. James Paul,Chair- Sweet Field Mlle Chorus will : s
MT. ZION AME man sponsored by Choirs 1, 2 *
render a musical program on ( BREADk
Rev. Milton; Fayson, pastor and Gospel. Thursday night, the fifth Sunday, at 2:30: at Mt. .. ;
May 11, 8:00 p.m. St. Mary Sinia, Baptist Church of-

treat The missionaries in store for will have a Wesleyan Methodist Church, Perrine, Rev.J. E. Murry is k: 5 LB. BAG LONG GRAIN 1 SET OF 4 DRINKINGGLASSES. >
Sunday Stuart
you Rev. H.V. j the pastor. All are invited to -
morning April 30, docomeoutand Fridaynight, 12,8:00p.m.. attend.
encourage them. The youth sponsored by the Sunday Remember the sickand shut. ..
Department will have a most ;School. Sunday Morning, May j, K *
ins. Pray for their recovery. ....
interesting in the Excellency items
program 14, 11:00 a.m.His
early evening make the day a the right Reverend Sir Eugene ----... ....; 14 *

most at Mf. Zion. i Clifford Hatcher,Sr., DD., Ph.D. k *
Saturday, April 29, meet the 11th EpiscopalDistrict.Sun- 1/
youth and their Directors and some parents and f r i e n d s at sponsored by all choirs, clubs, Sunday evening service will $0.98

the church, at 2:30 p.m.Jour- Deborah Circle Missionary be sponsored by the Junior .. SQ

ney with them to Houlover Bch. i Society. The public is Invitedto Ushers Board, at 7:00 p.m. ...k. *
to enjoy their annual picnic.If I i attend these a c ti v i tJ e s in and
you. want to work,'come to busy i iMt. celebration of our 70 Anniver worship Family with are us Sunday.invitedto If * ** * * *rk' *
Zion. ;sary.



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16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April. 28, 1967
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I 150 Scholarships Offered at Junior College!

Full tuition and textbooks June 16-July Headstarters scholarships win oe
.. 0 plus the chance to earn $300in will be granted full scholar- nominated by guidance
cash during the summerl ships covering all fees and counselors at the various high
That's the graduation gift that textbooks. They will be pro- schools. The deadline for receiving
Mia m I-Dade Junior College vided 15 hours work per weekat nominations in the M-
will give this summer to 150 $1.25 per hour while attend DJC Office of Financial Aid 1 '1
high school seniors, who are ing classes, plus 40 hours per has been set at May 8.
academically superior but financially week during August when classes The College Headstart pro- I
unable to begin college are recessed. gram was inaugurated by ,
"Those who take advantage of Miami-Dade In 1965 with 96 \
Offered under M-DJC's Col- these opportunities will have students. Primary aims of the y M'ipd
lege Headstart program, the earned over $300 as ahead program are to give young ,, '
work-study scholarships are start on their Fall Term ex. people who have proved they t : :
open to all 1967 graduates of penses," Dr. Masiko noted. are college material a chanceto :
Dade high schools--public, The program will be con. get into college, to meet the
private and parochial who ducted at both North and South challenge of college-level .
are in the top one-fifth of their Campuses, with the total of 150 competition, and to provide '
graduating class, according to students allocated between the them motivation to pursue -
... Dr. Peter Mjsiko,president of two on the basis of student desires long-range educational goals. r .
Miami-Dade. and job opportunities The program is financed with it

"In addition to the summer available. a combination of federal and ,.. fr 11 t I"
scholarships, those who Candidates for Headstart local funds.

point average will receive financial Day Care Program RefundedFor Plans are being made to get as many parents of Head Start children as possibleto
aid to to
enable them
remain serve as hostesses for the free Head Start Art Exhibit which is to be held at the
at Miami-Dade for the
Northside Shopping Center on Saturday, May 20th, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Interested
full two years or as long as the 1,000 Children
parents should contact the principal of the Head Start school in their areas.
-- -- --
need exists, he said.
Above of the members of the Head Start Sub-Committee and their
During the Summer Term, Following the recent announcement gressman Dante Fascell and are some
made by Con- Senators Spessard Holland and children. Parents attending: Pearl Smith, Irene Solomon, Naomi Wiggins, Vernon
George Smathers, more de- Philips, Majorie/ Mitchell, Louise Meeks, D. Upgrove, Ora Lee McCoy, Beryl Storr,
tails were released today on Sybil Johnson, Alma Jones, Amy Fraley, Dorothy Robinson, Betty Funderbuck, Dorothy
the OEO grant of $957,503 to Rollins, Flora Bell/ Matchett, Watler Collins/ Roberta Cherry, Blanche Tynes,
691-7661 Dade County in Florida. This Evadney Jacobs, Emma Carroll, Violet Brown..
information was provided by -_.. -..----, _.
Frank K. Sloan, Southeast regional
', NAACP Membership Campaign 1 Ius Calendar Tea and Fashion
,/, director of the Office of
rl Show April 30, at
f1" on Sunday,
Economic in Atlanta
Opportunity -
,, Georgia. Enters Final WeekThe 4:00 p.m. in the school's cafe-
s torium.
This is a refunding of a Day 1967 Spring Membership 27 at 8:30 p.m. Mrs.Ruby Hur- Boys and girls along with
Care Program which serves ,Campaign is in its final week, ley,NAACP Southeast regional their parents and teachers will
1,000 children ages 2-1/2 to ,ending April 30th. Dr. GeorgeA. director and Mr. Marvin Da- model some of the latest fashion
rW 6. The centers are open from 7 Simpson, president of the vies, state field director will of the session. Mrs.
a.m. to6pm.fivedaysaweek, Miami Branch NAACP is ask- be present. The meeting will Rudolph Marks will be the narrator -
with some centers staying :ing all churches,clubs and organizations be held at the Miami Branch for the occasion.
open six days to serve work- | to make their reports .
The tables most nearly representing -
ing parents The applicant to the NAACP Office at
POINCIANA PARK the theme for the
agency operates 51 classes in \809 NW 3rd Avenue The office PRESENTS CALENDARTEA event will be awarded prizes.
13 centers. All centers provide
is open from 9:30: a.m. to Be sure not to miss this gala
three meals Pa- \
per day. 6:30 p.m. Monday thru Satur- affair.
rent education classes are of- SHOW
day during the campaign. Mrs. Thelma Blakely and
fered and library books are A special meeting for all The Day Parent's Club, Mrs. Willie M. Johnson,
the dQ/lk clouds Meiw available for staff,parents and ;NAACP officers and members auxiliary of the P.T.A., of chairmen, Mrs. E.N. Pittman,
children. Parents
are employed |throughout Dade County is being Poinciana Park Elem. School principal.
as teacher aides as well as called for Thursday,April extends a cordial invitation toIfWWWWWWW
non-professionals and the
hoae we' help V1ILV1ItV W" M w WWW.1IIl VM
], my program pays 7 5%college tui- TTTTTTTTT TTTT Ttc
tion for all staff members who \

you 6etwOM huAdw ? enroll The grantee in college is Economic courses.Opportunity 1 H tIC ; \ GIGANTIC *

Program, Inc. The j
director is Richard Veatherley. _

The House of Albert"Where .: i MOTHER'S DAY t ttIC

service begins and never ends" PARADEThe 1 9c

unbar Elementary
Three locations to serve you: School P.T.A., will meet Mon- Open Sunday 10-6
day night, May 1, at 7:30 p.m. 1 tIC .>' I -Ie
Miami Opo-locka Perrine We are asking all parents and j tIC T. -Ie
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 28, 1967 17

with. There Is a New Kick in
Spearing ........
Looking the

Our Sports DirectorySoccer

,a football game in which the feet are used primarily
instead of the hands as in the American version of the game,
was: introduced with a bang two weeks ago.Never before has a :
sport been able to hurdle all the obstacles of organization and :4
BY HARRY SPEAR present itself with such prominence to a waiting and curious

audience. Over
Aided and abetted with weekly televising of one of the
MARLINS SHOWING GREAT FORMUp league's fine games the word Soccer is already beginning to

take its place alongside of old familiars such as baseball, golf
until writing my colum, the Marlins are leading the East and football. NORTHWESTERN WINS DILLARD RELAYS
ern Division by six wins ado 2 losses, won all four ai
games There is yet a lot to understand about the game, but nothinghas Miami Northwestern Bulls freezed to an easy victory as expected -
home and lost two the
on road.This is tremendous
a averagefor taken from, the enjoyment of watching the game played.A last Friday afternoon in the 13th annual Dillard High
a team just starting out.Although I have only seen them in
few days ago Barrie Farrington and a Rugby Football Club Relays, more than doubling point total of runner up Dillard.
four games, they show they are determined to stay on top of flew in from Nassau and charted a bus to Charlottesville, Vir- Cecil Pratt paced the strong NW contingent, winning both
their division. Cal
Ripken, manager, really has the boys hustling to return match in the Sixth Annual CommonwealthCup
ginia play a hurdle events and running a leg on the victorious 880-yard relay -
to Me, and interviewing some of the ardent fans who
matches sponsored by the University of Virginia.The team.
never miss a game, they remarked that they have never seen
roster who were on hand to enjoy the hospitality of the
TEAM SCORES WERE Northwestern 158 Dillard 63 1/2,
: ,
a more poised and relaxed team play at the stadium than the
Vir gin I a n s even though they were beaten by the Army team Mays 39 1/2, Blanche Ely 36, Delray Carver 6.
present Marlins. Pitching, fielding, speed and hitting are the
were: Barrie Farrington, Jesse Ferguson, Kenneth Sawyer, ..;)
result of this.
Albert Rogers, Gordon Farrington, Thomas Robinson, Peter
Sgt. Ogle of the Miami Police deserves WINS FIAA TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPFort
Department mention Isaacs, Doyle Burrows, Frank Knowles, Bert Duncanson,Ste- DILLARD
inthis colum.I It seems each year he takes up a collection phen Sands, Bernard Dorsett, Stanley Carroll, Edward Kemp, Lauderdale Dillard won the FIAA tennis chamionship
among the fans, which I think is a great gesture, and presentsEd Alexander Knowles, John Dunkley, Kendal MernroeDannyLowe Friday at Moore Park. Finishing second was Blanche Ely while

Peoples, 93 years of age, with a season pass. This gentleman Hubert Higgs, Kenneth Kelly,Bobby Eldon,David Allen. Miami Northwestern came in third.
who received tie pass, happens to be a Negro. This shows The match was a return invitation offered to the Nassau Northwestern's Lena Smith won the state girl's singles title

the sportsmanship of the Marlins, would like to see a better Rugby Football Club, which bad recently played host to many and was also on the winning doubles' team.George Bowens of
turn out of fans, which has been poor. So why not make up a clubs from the West Indies andtheUnitedStates, including Dillard won the boys' championship.
party and come out and see the boys in action. Sunday April 30,, Virginia and Army.
will be family KITE. The whole family will be admitted for thl e JACKSON WINS STRANAHAN INVITATIONALJackson

price of one admission. Come one, come all This week's
of Miami continued to dominate the cinuer
schedule, Thursday, Friday, April 27 and 28, Marlins vs Win
the sixth annual stranahan Invitational -
ter Haven at 7:30 Sunday Apr 30 Marlins vs West paths, Friday night
p.m.; NEGRO STAR PAYS VISIT TO U.M. Track Meet atLockhart Stadium. Versatile Freddie
Palm Beach 6:30
p.m. This is the first time a Negro player visited the Universityof Goodman was the big gun in the attack.

Miami campus. He is Allen White, 6-6-235 pounds, from Jackson waltzed to 146 points In defending Its title while
Rockville 111. Coaches from all this star individual.
over are looking Goodman was acclaimed the meet's outstanding
have been quite a number of Negro bowlers entered over Coach Bruce Hale, coach of UM, hopes he can land him. Goodman set record in the high jump(6-3), won the long jump
this tournament. It would be hard for me to mention all their Allen Is a good rebounder and shooter and handles, the ball ((22-5) and ran the anchor leg on Jackson's reocrd-setttngi(
names individually. Those who have entered have been a great well. Miami U is one of the two schools he is giving consideration. sprint medley team.
credit. They have traveled on their own expenses to show their He came to see Bruce because he likes him. He was only

ability. Some of them have been lucky to win prize money. They here a few hours and enjoyed every minute of his stay. UMPIRES CONTINUE EXPANSION PLANS

came from Chicago 111., Knoxville, Tenn., New York, New Allen averaged 25 points'and 23 rebounds last season as More umpires are now being processed into the 1967 Na-
Air Force and other which too Richard 20 victories and suffered
Jersey Amarillo Base, parts are Montgomery High posted only
tional Association of Umpires by the National Baseball Con-
have been mixed teams who loss In the state tournament.
numerous to mention. There get one -
gress due to the increase in the number of teams in both the
along like brothers. To see the enthusiasm among them is just Asked If he was bothered by the thought that he might becomethe youth and adult division for the coming season.

like football, baseball, and so on.Sports today are the greatest University's first Negro bask tball player,Allen said,".'m Teams seeking competent officials are already making arrangements -
means there are for a joining together. It shows that onne a not concerned about that,I judge other players strictly on their with approved members in the National Associa-
sport, nothing can take your place. .. Bowling has been a new merits and all people the same way."

experience for me. A c o u p 1 e of years back I did not know a (The UM has signed Ray Bellamy,a Negro tackle from Bra- tion.The purpose of the organization Is to add prestige and at the
spare from a strike. It was all new to me. If you asked me denton, to a football grant-in-aid.) same time offer training instructions.All .

about football, baseball and boxing it would be a different story, umpires wishing to improve their officiating ability can
but bowling, nol! The sport of bowling has captured the eyes of become members and receive all the necessary credentials and
the public. Men, women and children play this game without ASHE PROVES HIS ABILITY benefits.

fear of injury. For example, Monday, April 24,I was watchinga Arthur Ashe, playing his first match on clay in five months, Membership application may be obtained by writing to Na-

game where a player with cerebral palsy, paralyzed down beat the University of Miami's Jaime Fillol,. 7-5,6-1, Sundayin tional Baseball Congress, Box 1420, Wichita, Kansas,
his whole left side, who a child-doctor told he coulden't walk an exhibition at the UM courts.

again, but Max Lihs from Bettendrof, Ind., laughed this off, Winding up his three-day workout with Hurricane Coach
been bowling 12 years, age 30 years. Bowled 220 games. This Dale Lewis, Ashe and Frank Tutvln lost an 8-5 pro-set doublesto
was some feat for Max. On the same date I watched him. He Fillol and Mickey Schad."I 2 Locations to Serve You!

also bowls on the wrong foot. can't understand why Ashe doesn't play Davis Cup on
clay," Lewis said after watching America's top-rankedama-
teur beat Miami's No. 1 singles player. "He played tremen-

dous tennis today and in the opinion of most people, he's prob-
ably the finest player ever to play on these courts." Dugie's Paradise
A crowd of around 1,100 watched the exhibition with all pro-

ceeds going to Miami's tennis program.. 2966 NW 47th St. 633-9396

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--AMRTCA! i. Wllt. TON T mPI01 1HPS'3'M.'r" _-- Phone NA 17203ft Notary Public

\ Guest House
..i 1 yf : ("." tlr,.5..: ; .. .if.' .I' Dugies

2941 NW 47th St. 634-3851
Wallace White
Left to right: Robert Croon, Arthur I STANLEY SWEETING
Jr. Director New York Bowling Association Inc., olthe American -

Bowling Congress, Ernest Miller, Joe Hamula AND ASSOCIATES
There are no better rooms on earth, than the

/ PUBLIC SERVICEPublic rooms you will find at DUGIE'S PARADISE.
_ Rotations Consultant Seeing is believing. The accommodationsyou'll

Friday, April 28,at 7:00: p.m.,State representatives for game Theatrical Editor Th. Miami Tlm.i receive, you will find only in thi s
block. Saturday, April 29, 8:00 p.m firstblock of entire brother.

of 408;also 7:00 p.m., second four-game block, continuing Sun-

day, April 30, at 8:00 a.m. t04:00p.m. when field is cut to 64 16351 NW 18th Place (Bunch Park) Miami, Florida Jamaica !Dugie, Always a Friend.
and start of double elimination Sunday niter at 9:00 p.m. and

10:30 play continues with finals on Wednesday, May 3, at 9:00:




who will be well remembered for successful pro
moting at Little River, is no novice in the boxing world. A for- 6 :, ,
mer fighter himself, he knows what it is all about. Many a boy
got started at Little River and got places. On May 4, he will

open his frist show at the Dade County Armory, 2728 NW 7th

Avenue, bouts to start at 8:45 p.m.His opening show will fea-
ture a boy who has been ducked by everyone. He Is a light-
weight and claims to be lightweight champ of Florida. This

boy has had 34 fights, won 33, lost one. Some record. He is a ,
senior at Northwestern, and his name is Eddie Llnder. I have I" ,,'

written many a story about this boy being side-stepped. I often
wondered why Chris Dundee never used him.He Is a good club

fighter, and will be interesting to watch. Here is the opening

card, 5 bouts in all: EQT,1
y t+a q/yp

at Little pM TTfO QQ
Eddie Linder vs. Irish Larry

Gibavitch vs. Ernie Burns. Herb Siler
Six Rounds: Jimmy
vs. Moses Harrell, hard punching KO artist. Two other boutsto '-a / "

be named. /
Ringside$2.50 Reserved 4 .
Let's make this show a sell-out. Prices: ;
150. Lots of free park.1ngIn
$2.00; General Admission, EDDIE LINDER
the rear of the Armory.


13, THE MIAMI TIMES, Ffidoy, April' .23,- 967

.1' Farm Work For Children 600 Enjoy Manor Park Concert t
Buy A Home Today

Under 16 During School More than 600 music Jovers Gordon Shaw,the narrator, ,,". .' ; "
... gathered in Manor Park on potrayed in a most Inimitable r j .!,i' '" i .." : '
Sunday to enjoy the Band Con manner the Circus Master t( .\ ,";;: i/;/.,;g"1, ,,:J SP"ECIA"' :;,''''' ..' ', .' tl", I
( '
H oars is OutClem cert sponsored by the City of the delight of the younger set, II; ,,r.:,,'",.I ". .,".'..W", $5"'h' .t..:.ff"Ona'fj.r.,!.:J 0". "n,, I'iI
Miami, at the suggestion of The Italian Polka and other t" 1 Q, D $ 6I\t L',1 '
> wn f
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J. Denicke, field office does not apply outside of Commissioner Athalie Range. numbers were all received ""lIt'' ;' '7,".,' ,,2, b dtoorn... QS'bome': : !
supervisor of the Miami officeof school hours," Denicke said. with great appreciation.Ex- N! ',; 'I <, ..,..:.."" :,,.;,''',..
the U.S. LaborDepartment'sWage He added that if State or local Ceasor LoMonica and his pressions of complete enJoyment
and Hour and Public laws set higher standards, band played to the pleasure and were echoed throughout t ((1)) 1735 NW 57th St. $500 down, 3 bedroom -
Contracts Divisions, reminds the higher standards prevail. delight of those present. the audience. Just before the
2 bath
farmers that children under 16 Additional information on the Valdez Murray, solist, gave closing number, Mrs. Murray Fla room.
years of age may not be em- child-labor provisions of the beautiful renditions of the Holy was presented with a huge bo-
ployed to work on farms du- Act may be obtained from the beautiful renditions I of the quet of red roses from her ((2)) 2345 NW 65th St. Brand new duplex.
ging school bourse"Cblldren U.S. Labor Department'sWageand "Holy City," "If I Love You," husband and two young sons. Fenced in. 2 bedrooms each side.
should be In Hour and Public Contracts and, "You'll Never Walk Sunday, May 7th at 5:00 p.m.,
school, not working In the Divlsioa' office located at Rm Aone," the latter two numbers the third concert will be pre- ((3)) 2501 NW 158th St. Opa-locka. $300 dn.
fields," says Denicke. "Education 1527, Federal Office Building, from Carousel. Applause rang sented. Mrs. Bertha Jackson,
pays off. Figures show 51 S. W. 1st Avenue, Miami, out following each rendition by Mezzo Soprano will be the
the high school graduate earns Florida, 33130, telephone:305 the ochestra and the solist. guest artist for the occasion. ((4)) 2020 NW 85th St. $300 down. $80 mo.
-- ---- --- ------ -
I' well over one-third more than 350-5767.
the worker who never went be- OUR CLASSIFIED ADS ((5)) 2025 NW 91st St. Duplex. $300 down.
yond the eighth grade." CENTERVILLA

The 16-year age minimum KINDERGARTEN ((6)) 2101 NW; 93rd St. 2 bedroom, .carport,
for employment on farms Is BRING RESULTS $250 down. $72 month.
set by the Fair Labor Stan 5861 N.W. 17TH AVENUE
dards Act. It applies to WOrk
by both local and migrant youn CERTIFIED PERSONNEL ((7)) 1318 NW 43rd St. $300 down. $73 mo.
by both local and migrant HOT LUNCHES AUTO INSURANCEImmediate 2 bedroom, Fla room.
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to SR-22 Filing Terr. 3 2 bath,
employed. It does not apply
youngsters who work for their 691-7796 OR 696-3802 Don't be fooled by low down payments for applications garage, central air condo Call Mr. Kemp.
which do not give Insurance coverage. We have
parents on the home farm. Mrs. R. E. Copeland, Sup.TOOTHACHE. been In business for you two generations and take.prideIn
"Children who want to do servicing our customers with honest explanations ((9)) 3165 NW 69th St. 3 bedroom, $20 week.
farm work may be employed and honest answers. We Insure you with companiesthat
before or after school, and on give you the lowest possible rat. OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
weekends or holidays when wn urffw uwiyl I U mlmitn|tt nlltf' WwtInfi LOW
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20% Deduction on PermanentsCora

Near 17th Ave Immaculate home, $250 down, Lee Humphrey Curley Howard
FHA. $82 monthly pays all. $8,000 total.
Azalee HuntIn

Near 2nd Ave. CBS home plus cozy cottage by 9 out by 5King SELLER PAYS ALL COSTS
with its own private bath and entrance, $400 down II Ill-
FHA. $12,000 total. Cottage income and$50 Lovely 3 bedroom, CBS, Flo room, (can be used
monthly pays all expenses. for 4th bedroom) enclosed front porch, carport,
tile roof, 9 reverse cycle air conditioners, wallto

Near 87th St. 2 bedroom CBS. $400 down FHA, wall carpeting laundry room, extra deep lot.
cool tile roof, oak floors, Fla. porch which couldbe i FHA price $15,000$450 down ond'$93.33 month.
third bedroom and barbecue size back yard.

Near 83rd St. Can be 3 bedroom, 2 bath, modern Modern 3 bedroom CBS, carport, awnings, |la-,":
CBS, $450 down FHA, lovely shady tree. Near Realty 1 Inc.of lousie windows, sprinkler( iy tem. $1,000 down::.
buSts, storu. and take over FHA mortgage of $10,790 5%% I In

terest. $82.67 month pays .veryt lng. Move inl
Near 44th St. and 6th Ave. 2 bedroom, CBS, $350 Miami, Realtors
cash down, near buses, schools, shops. !

ASSOCIATES REALTY CORP., REALTORS y corner, 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS in Opa-
14050 NW 7th AVENUE locka. Tile roof, jalousie windows, awnings,

6851531OPEN EVENINGS BETTER HOMES- FOR BETTER LIVING Fla room, terrazzo floors, large fenced yard.
Near shopping, school, etc. Bargain at $13,000

LUXURY "WATERFRONT" HOME FHA with$400 down and $80.82 month.Spotless.

FHA VA Custom-built, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Florida room, SELLER PAYS,ALL CLOSING COSTS "

F CBS NO QUALIFYING double car garage, built-in oven, sprinklers, Pretty 3 bedroom CBS on large fenced yard. Fla,. :
central heat, terrazzo floors, fence. Prestigearea '
windows air conditioner
2-3-4 BEDROOM room, (jalousie awnings. 1
HOMES :?,.A bargain at $11,000 with $350 down and $68.31, ti":\
'.", month. FHA., ,. ,, '.. ,. IW:M


4 full bedrooms, 2 baths, 14x22 screened patio, Outstanding FHA bargain. 2 bedroom CBS, Fla
FROM hardware floors, dining room, garage, sprinklers, room, awnings, jalousie windows, garage,fenced*
tugging, fence. FHA terms or bank financing yard, stove, air conditioner. Price only $11,600,
$100 DOWN avollab .. $350 down, $72.16 month.

.,., i'1 M .L.N5', ..
3 bedroom, 2 bath, almost new home, spring pa- : Extra large deluxe house on. 2 'lotsTile .roOfl\'''

112 NE 48th St. . . $17,000 patio, circular driveFHA terms. t:awnings, very large rooms,, I largt. kitchen,. soiue'':Irl

2271 NW 81 Ter. SOLD. $68.31 monthly ,(''.furniture, stove and refrigerator'' bath"rotimsAWonderfel ,
location. A better bedroom houie'ot::m

960 NW 89th St. .SOLD. $ AVEII 9011 NW 9 AVENUE ', .$14,500 FHA. with, $450, 4own'and, ,$90 month., .'i: 'I:"
3 bedroom beauty, wall to wall carpeting, fence,
9025 NW 10th Ave. . Big Corner FHA.
garage, sprinklers, patio.
9020 NW 12th Ct. . . FHA value
1100 NW 91st St. . . $16,500 total
WE HAVE MANY MORE BUY THE BEST Corner lot, 2 bedroom, F la room, garage, carpeting
drapes, other extras. $84 monthly includes HAVE INCOME PROPERTIES, TOOl

Aetna Realty (Broker) all.

,. Phone 757-5724 HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWN life Realty Broker493i
OPEN 1 DAYS ONLY A CALL AWAY. 7 D y Pirr Weei Evening { .'




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THE MIAMI"TIMES. Friday .April 28.. T967DEAnmF 19


I Wanted TV and radio repair- ATTENTION MOTHERS!!!

WORDS ?nL0HS V'50FOB ADDITIONAL WORD. man to set up repair shop in
CLASSIFIED ADS record shop 4761 1/2 N.W. 22 Are your children getting the moil out of their ..
WEDNESDAY NOON Ave 633-2400 or 7599563CHILDCARE learning? If not, special work It outlined by pub- ",

FOR SALE lie school personnel. Open House Sunday, April
FOR SALE FOR RENT 30thvfrom 2 til 4 p.m.Come and inspect. Feel free

Free rent plus income. In- 9025 N.W. 10th to give suggestions For the best in pretchool
Avenue-3 Hungtinton Arms
vest in a new duplex. In fine room bed- Apartments. education, call nights for KIDDIE KARE,6358384. -
85xil5cornertileroof 86 NE 50th Terr. One bed-
locations. The price is right Day care for babies, 1 mon- 2 hot meals Daily pick up and delivery.
oak floors,attached garage .. room or two bedroom apts.
235-2958. th to two 3
(TF) years. days week-
drape s and Furn.
carpet, central or unfurn. Desirable!
ly Tue. Wed.and FrI. No
Private party will buy mortgages heat, 2 air-cond., stove,, neighborhood. Good shopping;: up. 691-7418.
homes, lots. 373-7973. FHA value$16OOO.OONoclos- and transportation. ADULTS
ing cost, $600.00 down- $98.7 j ONLY. Rates monthly or bi- DAVISWINDOWS
$100 Down Payments monthly (Vets only $200.00 monthly. To see call 757-9931.
234bedroom CBS like new. down) Don't miss this house MIAMI

I Anyone can buy, vets or non. Call Aetna Realty(Broker),, 2 bedroom apt.Large tile bath., TIMES DOORS

pays vets. all.Payments One from $59 mo. 811 N.W. 54th St., Phone; 757- $20 per week. 2260 NW 62nd STi' rA DS- JALOUSIE GLASS SOLD
mortgage. Call 5724
open 7 days. ( )
now we have the keys. Tip .....At. WINDOW GLASS HUNG

Top Realty, 685-0021. 13906 As / is several rooms 2 bath Nice 2 bedroom CBS apt. $22.
NW 7th Ave. $200 down payment ,$65 \ CBS, 1 bedroom, apt. $17.50. BRING INSTALLED.REPAIRED, },
Per Good 2
bedroom. $23.
no qualifying. Needs
LOTS 50x140 NW LOTS 47th Street LOTS some Martin repairs. Call me at once Downtown bedroom location apt. $14.--CBS, 1 RESULTS 696-4077 1821 NW 79th St.

50x 105 NW 57th Street 624-6983. M. Berney (Broker) Very large house, $25.
50x105 NW 55th Terrace ,, .
Small bedroom
,duplex. $18.
50x107 NW 15th Avenue Complete list of all VA& FH)1
CBS large 1 bed.
homes. These homes apt. $17.50.
100x85 NW 22nd Avenue are conditioned

Need 75x100 money- $1,500., call JE 8-1340. tin 6983.Please M. Berney call and me excellent(at Broker once.)deals.Mar 624-., NW Liberty 62nd Deposit Rental St. Call Required Agency 633-7809., 2020 DOUBLE ACTION HELP !II! !

$100 Down Payments 3 rooms, see owner Mr. W.F. /COLORSGRAYKMRIUCX(
2-3-4 bedroom CBS like new. Several duplexes available! Willis, of 6222 N.W. 22nd Ct. 2 PASSES HAIR III PUCEle

Anyone can buy, vets or non- Excellent locations,best deal
vets. Payments from $59 mo. in town. No qualifying. Reasonable CBS home living room. 2

pays all. One mortgage. Call terms. Call me at t bedrooms, dinning room and "

now we have the Keys, Tip once. Martin M. BerneyBroker Kitchen, furnished, interest- ] A MURRAY I Man
Top Realty, 685-0021, 13906 ). 624-6983. ed call Mrs. Lucille Sneed -

NW 7th Ave. Choice area: 3 bedroom 2 bath, 635-6304. Please call from 6

CBS, this is a large home with to 9 p.m.
9th Avenue 29th Street wall carpeting, built in range
$400 down FHA. $103 per mo. oven. Price $18,000, with only Room, middle age man only,, HELP pay your bills' with what you earn

includes taxes and insurance, $1,700.00 down payment,drive preferable one that works, to from your washing machine.

3 bedroom CBS. Fenced yard, by 1220 N.W. 88th st.,then call live reasonable Ca1l759-3360.

priced $12,000.Loyd,Realtor, Fenster Realty (Broker) PL9- Invite your neighbors in to washllJ!!! With a

444-2226. 8779. Living room, bedroom, large, coin-operated washing machine that the
(May 5) Kitchen and bath, newly paint
3 bedroom CBS carport com ed unfurn. $19 wk. 4017 N.W. CoinMeter Company will put in your home ...
pletely furnished clean in and 23rd Ave. Phone 888-6643. FREE.
$100 Down Payments out "No qualifyingtake
2-3-4 bedroom CBS like new. FHA M
ge. $12,700.00 (move
1 bedroom house corner lot 50
Anyone can buy, vets or non- frh e.M
right in Drive
) 836
by NW
vets. Payments from $59 mo. by 100 1498 N. W. 45th st.
St. call for
appt. to s h o w- .
pays all. One mortgage. Call
now we have the Keys, TipTop Fenster Realty(Broker)PL9- 1 bedroom, Florida room,private M

Realty, 685-0021. 13906 8779. bath Phone 691-5574. !' FREE
NW 7th Ave. Win Business Advancements
We have many FHA and VA A 3 bedroom house, 26 Enjoy Social' Popularity
homes in
good areas with
week. Completely furnished. -
Lovely 3 bedroom, 1 bath CBS small down payment so for location 1936 N.W. 81st Terr. See You'll well groomed feel confident ill day and that evening your hair when I* INSTALLATIONFREE
inside call Fenster Realty you use MURRAY'S Superior HAIR
Freshly painted
it on Sat. 29. DRESSING POMADE It keeps hair
outside, awning, FHA $12,000 (Broker) PL98779. firmly In place without that sticky,
greasy feeling. Contain no alkallei or
$400 down $74 month.No clos- Unfurn. apt. at 1142 N.W. 65 other harsh Irritant..
ing cost Veterans or being dis- $350 down, $85 monthly, total Street. No children or pets, not Look for the orange ,.,.. .... Call
with the
can man and
placed $100 down.Atlantic and price $11,000 FHA2bedroom, over occupants. Call 696- lady on top, ,h
Pacific Realtors. 666-0411 CBS, furnished, excellent con- 2072. LARGE SIZE 50$ w Mu-.u r
dition 2355 N.W. 79th Terr TRIAL SIZE 25ft MURRAY' REPAIRS 3736511M12

Lovely 2 bedroom bath Fla. MU1-9871 (May 19)) Small On sale at drug itorei.
furn garge apt., 1775 NW chain' stores,
room, CBS, title roof hard 84th St. $16 per week plus security marti and barer ,
hopi. If does not nave
wood floor FHA $350 down, $100 down $74 per month. CBS 681-3831. Murray's Pomade he can get II qUICklr.:10or21CI )
$71 month Veterans or being 3 bedroom, carport, excellent n only; Hair and Pomade

displaced $100 down. Close In condition, 1220 N.W. 86th St., Spacious 2 bedroom apt. Re- pottage paid.MUUAT'S .
location. Atlantic and Pacific price $11,500 no closing cost. vers cycle airconditioning minion PRODUCTS COMPANY Specials
AI Tirella Realtor 10124 III Cftirlattf A'.., Oitrtlt, Mick. 41211
Realtors. 666-0411 N.W. 7732 N.W. 12th ave. Sat. and
7th Ave. 754-5426. Sunday after 2:00 p.m.

2 CBS beauties, 2 bedroom 1 Lovely CBS, corner, 3 bedroom Opa-locka area, newly reno- @ OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY

bath, Fla-room, car-porte, 2 bath, central heat, vated turn and unfurn apt.Deposit
rear house, 1 bedroom 1 bath, garage, screen porch, sprinkler required. Call 681-8213. 52 NW 41 TERRACE
completely furnished FHA system storm shelters Al Mickins Rental Agency. $250 down FHA. CBS, 3 bedroom plus screened

$15,500, $500 down$96 month. condition $450 down, must SECURE YOUR porch, garage. No closing cost. Excellent neigh
Must seel! Atlantic and Paci- qualify FHA. 624-3305. Apt. 1 bedroom partly turn. FUTUREGovernment borhood.
fic Realtors 666-0411. Couple only. Vicinity 41st and Service Job 330 NW 51 STREET
Cravero Lake area $600 down 23rd Ave. N.W. $65 monthly. Pay Good Money. Get Auto $400 down FHA. 2 bedroom, CBS home with Fla

3 bedroom, 2 bath, den, work- FHA, immaculate 3 bedroom, City water. 691-4668. matic Raises; Get Lifetime Sick room plus cute CBS cottage. Very convenient lo
hardwood floors, garage, Security; Pensions cation. No closing cost.
shop, barbeque pit, sprinkler, CHILDCARE Leave, and Long Vacations.Start .
fenced, FHA terms, $500 fenced, sprinklers, also Carol Child day care in my home., training today for good DRIVE BY THESE THEN CALL EDISON

down, no closing cost. 9220 City area, $400 down FHA, 3 Your child will be taken good Government Service Jobs. ((1)446) NW 45th St.- Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath
Little River Blvd. 691-2157. bedroom, 2 bath, split lever. of 759-8335 Pay raises are automatic,
No Broker. Many extras. Call Wilma and generous pensions assure home on corner. Shown by appointment only.

Cook, Keyes Co. Realtor 754- Hungtinton Arms Apartments. carefree retirement.No Buyer to apply for bank mortgage
1 6667. loss of pay through ((2)) 5720 NW 5th Ave. No qualifying. 2 bedroom,
bedrood house corner lot 50 86 N.E. 50th Terr. One bedroom strikes or I layoffs; no fear
by 100 1498 N. W. 45th Street. or two bedroom apts. of losing your job. Paid Fla room, garage. Heat and cooler, kitchen -
3 bedroom, 1 bath, Fla-room, equipped, wall to wall carpeting, owner will
$4000.00 cash. 681-1374. Furn. or unfurn. Desirable holidays, 2Vi to 5 week va-
CBS, $400 down payment, $90 neighborhood. Good shoppingand cations, and paid sick hold mortgage.

9020 N.W. 12th Court-3 bed- per,month includes taxes in transportation. ADULTS leave. Grammar school sufficient ((3)) 426 NW 58th St. Frame duplex. $6,000 cash-

room huge, CBS fenced yard, surance. No closing cost, no ONLY Rates monthly or bi for many jobs. ((4)) 60 NW 42nd St. $450 down FHA. Nice CBS
sprinkler system, tile roof, qualifying. 2020 N.W.71st St. monthly. To see call 757-9931. Are you qualified . duplex, tile roof, 2 bedroom, each side.
Call me at once to see. MartinM. 438 NW 59th 4 furn. CBS units. Reducedto
oak floors, stove, attached Send for Free Career Bookie ((5)) St. -
garage, refrigerator, carpet, Berney (Broker 624-6983. Apartment furnished call 696- If you ore a U. S., citizen $14,000. Take $3,000 cash.
awnings; central heat, FHA HELP WANTEDLive 4058. .over 18, Key Training Service ((6)) 819 NW 42nd St. No qualifying, CBS, 2 bedroom .

value $16,800.00 No Closing in middle age woman to can help you. plus den, garage. FHA mortgage already
Mail This Todayl!
costs, $700.00 down $103.27 take care of sick woman,room Furnished room
monthly (Vet only $300.00 and $60 a month 634-7852. Liberty City 1545: N.W. 68th Key Training! Service -------------------

down). If you want the very best St. 696-4570. Of 1001 South NE Florida 125th Street WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES, FHA

see this one today Aetna Ernest Fayson Painting and Suite 108 TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.

Realty (Broker), 811 N.W. 54th Decorating, private homes a North Miami, Florida YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
St., Phone: 757-5724. Open 7 speciality, free estimates.FR HELP WANTEDMale Phone: 754-7546 $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING

days. 1-5914 before 8 or after 5. Name DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY.

1960 NW 4th Ct. (A28)) or female collection and Address .
credit manager, must be ex- ..I
PSSSTTTTI11! Beverage driver, experience, Apt. No.

$100.00 down, CBS, 3 bedroom, excellent opportunity, $100 or perienced, in collection and City_ _ State_ EDISON 1 REALTY,. ,Realtors I' <<
No closing Costs, $55.80 month more for the right man. Hospitalization public relation. Salary open. Zip

/.. Aetna Realty (Broker), and uniforms. Right person, reference, plus Home PhoneOccupation Si
175 'N W 62nd 7512441I
811 N.W. 54th St.,Open 7 days. Sunset BottleCo., 50 West 29th bonus. Call or Wright 178 N.E. ,. ,
Phone: 757-5724. Street, Hialeah. 40th St. 759-4647, (May 5)) .


20 Tn:: it1AMI\ TIMES, Friday, April 28, 1967I' .
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,' Citizens Committee Appalled at ,(.':'(\\1'(: .' Wounds 1' Students

1.I' ,, Bullet fragments and flying A 30-30 Winchester Model 94
asphalt chips wounded seven rifle sent three bullets into the

.,- Work Needed at BTW High Southern University students asphalt, sending fragmentsand

Tuesday as they manned a bar- pavement chips flying.
The A-l Education Clubat rock and roll band from V racade in the second day of a Jones told a deputy, "I didn't
Board on this matter if a satis-
EOPI's Culmer Neighborhood Booker T. Washington, will campus protest. mean to shoot anybody. I was
Center has gotten off toa factory answer is notreceived.The perform for the club.The band James Jones, 61, night just trying to scare them."

swining start. Committeesare A-l Education Club is under the direction of Mr. J watchman, was charged with
Located just north of Baton
meets at Culmer Center,
already involved in school Leroy Washington, head of the the shooting.
I Rouge La., Southern Univer-
N.W. 11th Street, Tues-
matters and other educational Drama Department at BTW. Jones was leaving the pre-
i at 8:00 The sity has been plagued with stu-
day night, p.m.
issues. The band members are:Kollin dominantly Negro school on a
dent protests for two days.Theadministration's
One committee has attendedthe officers are Reverend George Clark, Freddy Edwards, Ed- bicycle, deputies said, when refusal
last few School Board Sawyer, President; Ulysses ward Gooding, George Jefferson he confronted boycotting stu- to
Chair- U/ rehire two white Instructors
meetings. Another committeehas Washington, Program Gregory Johnson, Harold dents at a barracade.The students -
Mrs. MInnie Lewis for the next academic
begun studying school con- man; Meadows, JamesSheppandRobert !I surrounded the guard. year
Vice President Harry Way, and the suspension of a Negro
ditions and last week sent an ; Smith. All residentsare He told them to move or he'd
Treasurer and Mrs. GloriaGoring B.H. Wimby,Jr.,has been assigned professor, Charles Walker,
irate letter to Dr. Joe Hall, invited to the meetings. shoot, deputies said. The stu-
and Mrs. Ora Lee Ml as acting i manager of are said to be the center of the
Superintendent of Schools, dents chanted "Shoot. Shoot.
Coy, Secretaries.i All interested .the Miami district replacing grievances.MORE .
after visiting Booker T.Washington Shoot."
residents of the C.J. DaValt, who has been recalled .
and all the work
t, that needs seeing attention there.The Downtown Central District are ,.., to the home office in''

dedicated principal of urged to j join this importantclub. Jacksonville by the agency de-
J 'd*li M is native
partment.Wimby a
BTW, Mr. Bor otta, told the
\i group that it was the first time At the next meetingonMaythe Atlanta Georgia, but has lived LOCALWINNERS
Mongoes. a calypso and inGainsville l with wife and
in three years that any resi-
baughter for the past 19
dents of the neighborhood had
The new brings with
come as interested citizens. 18 YEARS OF RESPONSIBLE manager
BUILDING SERVICE TO him more than twenty years
The committee is awaiting a
THE COMMUNITY experience in life insurance.
response from Dr.Hall and
Having passed through the
plans to before the School When
go BUYING or BUILDING ranks as agent,assistant man-

CLASS IN INFANT CARE CALL STANLEYPL ager and most recently priorto
coming to Miami, auditorfor
AT SOUTH MIAMI I- Smiling Eddie Lee Pittman, the company.He is well informed -

HOSPITALWe o .Beautiful Horns popular local businessman and ,congenial and capable.
would like to announce Built on Your Lot owner of the Dive-Inn Bar, DaValt served as acting man-
the beginning of a new coursein or Our 1772 NW 79th St. Phone 691- ager for approximately two
Education for Childbirth and Attractive! AltorotionsandAdditions 9431. He Invites all his old and a half years-he succeededthe

,# Infant Care. The classes for friends to come and meet new late Otis D. James in Oct., .
expectant parents are gearedto .Lot U s Demolish friends. Everyone welcome. of 1964 and engineered the
make pregnancy and the Your Worn Out Enjoy the pool room and bow- purchasing and remodeling of

chUd-b ear 1 n g experiencemore Houso Lovely and Now Build Homo a ling. Completely air conditioned the present office, at 1929 NW ....._. ,.
free. comfortable and tension Call Building U. for Forts About 54th Street. ---1 WINS$50Mr.

is requiredand
Good Bonk Financing I
all those interested should i Calvin B. Cogar of 1960

contact Mrs. Linda Watson, STANLEY BUILDERS, fcS Sherman Street, Hollywood, got
R.N. at 665-4450.Mrs.Watson 3kS
a $50.00 Winning Tigerino
plans to start the class in Mayas Inc.Lkess.J t
Ticket at Mickey's Enco, 2000
soon as registration i s misted g
: r'I Sheridan Street, Hollywood.
completed. The class will run FS
I 888 N. E. 79th StreetMiamiFlorida
one night a week for six weeksat
South Miami Hospital.

WINS'lOO00 F .

Mr. Felix Dominguez of 503 h g'
,R N.W. 23rd Place, Miami, got a'

I $100.00 Winning Tigerino Ticket

at Davis Enco Servicenter,

EVERYONE 1901 N.W. 54th Street, Miami. & >< <

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Mrs. Sharon Shop of Route 1,

r Box 361A, Ft. Lauderdale, won

r $100.00 at Wilson's Enco, 6650
STEREOS ,' B Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood.





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