The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 12, 1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
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issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00467

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44, No. 38 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1961 24 PAGES -, 15r

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,f Party Speaks Here SundayCecil IAOACShV \

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Minister of Works for the Bahamas The lives of two children Police estimated that Riley, .
5a ?1 Grfs, + will be guest speaker were snuffed out last Saturday whose address is 16240 N.W.
Sunday afternoon at the 14th morning as a car driven northward 17th place was driving a
annual calendar tea given by at an estimated speed of speed of 80 m.p.h. He told police
the Dade County Young Demo- l 80 miles per hour north on he was northbound on 27th
cratic Association atthe 27th Avenue, jumped into the Ave, when he swerved to the
Roosevelt branch of the First southbound lane, at 179th St., right to miss a car attemptinga
Federal Savings and Loan As and crashed into a car their left turn onN.W.179thSt.He'
1 sociation 6015 N.W. 7th Ave. mother was driving. She was veered into the road shoulder
Arrangements for the tea are taken to a hospital in critical where he lost control of his
being made by Dr. E.A.Ward, condition.The car.
Joseph Portier, Mrs. Ella collision resulted in the Trying to recover control of
Moncur and Earl Carroll. death of Darryl Howard, 2,and his car, Sgt. Dale Bolen of the r i
I Minister Whitfield is chair Erica Coins, 8,children of Mr. Dade County Sheriffs Department :;
man of the Progressive Lib- and Mrs. Homer Howard, 3310 said, Riley darted into
eral Party (PLP) which came t N.W. 211th Street. the southbound lanes where he .
to power in the Bahamas legislature '. ,, The fatal crash, police said, struck Mrs. Howard's car
in the recent general 1 climaxed a drunken excursion head-on, the impact jolting
election. He played a prominent prior to his entry Into pro taken by James H. Riley, 42, Darryl,through the windshield
4J role in the' election.He fessionall1fe. of 16240 N.W. 17th Place and causing his sister to be pinned
I was born. in Nassau and His wife, Mrs. Daphne his common-law wife, 42- under the crumpled dash
received hi$ elementary and Margarita Wallace Whitfield, year-old Ruby Mae Smith. board, and ramming' Mrs.
I second ay education there. He works in his law office.He has Police said Riley whose Howard's head into the windshield -
later went to the University of five children, three by a for- Oldsmobile rammed head-on .
I Hull, England, 'where he studied mer wife.His parents,Mr.and into Mrs, Howard's Mustang; On arrival at the North Dade
Law and graduated with the Mrs. Kenneth Oswald Whit was charged with ',speeding, General Hospital the two
LL.B. degree. He is a member field, are American citizens driving without a license, children were. ,pronouncedbead.
OUTSTANDING INSPITE OF INEQUITIESIn of the Bahamas Bar Association who live In New York. driving while' Intoxicated, .

spite of the many inequities to be found In On January 10 Barrister manslaughter and possessionof Riley and Miss Smith were
the Northwestern Senior High School plant, the He had served in Civil Ser- Whitfield was elected by the pornography. taken to Jackson Memorial
last of Miami's all-Negro Senior High schools, vice as a Customs officer, and St. Agnes District of New Providence Thirty-two year-old Mrs. Hospital and were listed in
many of its students have been able to achieve. has conducted his own business as a member of the Howard, a teacher at Opa- satisfactory condition.
,' Among which are Veronica Gibson(left) and Mar as a customs brokerSlumlords House of Assembly (PLP). locka Elementary School,suffered -

garet Walker who were recently listed as out. head and possible Inter' Lewd photographs were found .... ., '
students nal injurie.Tud waS taken to 1n'Rlley'scar,police said,and \
standing in Florida High Schools (n a .
t Book published by students at Florida Atlantic Palm Springs Genreral Hospital they added a charge of pornography "

University with the cooperation of outstanding SeekInjunction I t
Taken to North Dade General
businessmen in the South Florida area. For a detailed :.
Hospital but In satisfactory A member of the family said ,
'" / evaluation of the Northwestern plant by
condition were Minnie Pearl Mrs. Howard was either on the
Editor Bill McBride see six in
Times City page Montgomery, 7, of 3270 N.W. way to visit her sister or taking
r Bill of the. House of Photography -
Photo by Tyler
211th Street, and her sisters, the children to a mobile
9, and Barbara, 8,passengersin library inthe area at the time

', .....JfIllI1 II n 1 ___ .___-. _'_ .,.-!!'! ._ ___n___ Rent StrikeA Mrs. Howard's car. of the tragic accident.

Die As suit was filed in Circuit repairs are made. I
2 Deputy Court Thursday by owners of The tenants, whose rent has 3 Teens Arrested
recently been raised from$15
Liberty Garden Apartments, I
to $17.50 per week for a one-
seeking an Injunction againstthe
Chases Motorist organizers of a tenanats bedroom apartment, are paying In Driver's Murder
I "rent strike." the rent money to the Lib ,
Duke and erty Gardens Tenants Delega-
Filed by Judge Byrd
-1 Crushed to death early Sun. head struck the windshield. Attorney Ray Friedman, the tion to be 'deposited for the A crowd of persons at a bus Police said 20 people saw .
''1 day morning were a Dade deputy Virgil Lincoln Miller, 19, suit accuses the organizers of landlords -- when the matterps stop looked on last Wednesday Stephens die, but only one of I
i sheriff and another man drive of the Thunderbird threatening tenants who pay settled. afternoon In broad daylight as them would talk to them about '
when their cars collided the which Anderson was chasing rent to the landloards and The Liberty Gardens Apart Hebert Stephens, bread truck his death at the time. Police
officer chased a speeder when he and Franklin were killed causing malicious damage to ments are among the most driver was gunner to death on said they talked to four other
.1-: through an intersection of US was arrested Monday and the apartments on N.W. 60th run-down units in the city.The 62nd St., near 12th Ave. witnesses later, leading to '
1 and S.W. 144th Street. The charged with careless drivingby street, at 20th avenue.It one-story buildings give a Tipped off by an anonymous their search for Paramore.A .
fleeing motorist escaped. speeding, running a stop seeks $50,000 in compensatory shabby appearance and no phone call, Miami Police found third youth seen by witnesses
Killed in the 3:10 a.m. crash sign and wilfully fleeing a police and punitive damages, grass can be found anywhereIn Emmett James Paramore, 19, at the scene of the killing
were Deputy Sheriff Paul G, officer. repayment of rent collected bya the area. A concrete block at N.W. 16th Ave., and 68th was still at large this
Bill Tuck 22 Miller's association and Injunctions wall with numberous holes in Street address where he
R. tenants' was week, but was being sought by
;fti ti were Deputy Sheriff Paul G. passenger, was charged with barring the association it surrounds the buildings.Dyers' hiding in the house ola friednd. police.
Anderson, 28, a seven-year aiding and abetting him in the from holding meetings on group is backed by the He was identified as one of The 58-year-oldtruckdriver
veteran with the sheriffs department violations. Both men are sol the property, "interferring" Dade Christian Community three youngsters caught by had entered a grocery storeat
who lived with his diers with the 52nd Artillery with the management and collecting Service Agency, an inter- Stephens'stealing' from his 1208 N.W. 62nd St., to takean
wife and two children at S.W. at the Krome Ave, Missile Site rent money.It denomination church associa- truck, police said. order. When he returned
; 36th Terrace; and Benjamin west of Miami.It is reported that about one tion devoting most of its efforts Edward Blackmon, Jr., 18, of three youths were pilfering his
Franklin, 19, of 14400 Polk St., was Miller's car that third of the 68 tenants have to helping Cuban refugees 1208 N.W. 64th St., and James van. Police said, after a scuffle
Richmond Heights. touched off the chase that resulted with-held rent payments in an but now doing community ,Stevens were arrested late he was shot in the chest.
Deputy Anderson had radioedhis in death of the two men, attempt to force the landloardsto work in the Liberty City- \:Sunday night. They also were One report said the dead man
said Elmer McDowell. meet with them to hear their Brownsville area. He himselfis held for first
office that he was in pursuit Deputy degree murder. fired at the youths first.
of a Thunderbird minutes complaints and make necessary a veteran of many Harlen ..1-

before The winding the collision chase started on CommissionersTalk repairs.The newley. organized Lib civil poverty rights fights.battles and anti- Against Jail Complaint !f I

Both the tenants and the landlords

Gardens Tenants
U.S. 1 and tore south through erty Delegation
residential areas at high to Is receiving the tenants' are blaming one another The complaints of two prisoners ring water, there was no soap,
speeds. money and is depositing it ina for the condition of the apart about mistreatments in showers and clothing changes 7.,
Deputy Anderson was pronounced PindlingBahamian bank to be released to Jaynal ments. the Miami city jail did not hold were a sometimes thing, the
dead on the scene, and when housing code violationsare up well in court Monday. food was not good and the
Franklin was taken to Baptist Premier Lynden corrected. Judge William Mehrtendenied guards mistreated them.
Hospital where he died an hour 0. Pindling will meet Saturday Bernard Dyer, director of the. Man ChargedA the American Civil Liberties Jail officials told the court
later. in Nassau with a delegation Liberty City Community Union's request for a that the men were "trouble
Deputy Sheriff William R. of Metro commissionersto Council and one of the organizers 35-year-old Miami man preliminary order banning makers." The prisoners were
Yates, 23,who was Anderson'spartner discuss mutual benefits in of the tenants group said was arrested late Friday night mistreatment of the men. accused of refusing to eat and W'
that the rent strike The ACLU ,had charged that of their the
suffered a broken tourism and commerce. Leaving Thursday and charged with first degree throwing plates on
jaw, broken foot and numerous aboard the cruise ship Sun may spread to most dthe tenants murder in the street shootingof the prisioners, Theodore Zig- floor.
abrasions, and was admitted to ward Friday will be Metro Mayor when payments are due a 38-year-old man. ler, 20, of 6817 NW 15th Ave. After hearing the complaintsof
Baptist Hospital. Chuck Hall, Vice Mayor this week. and Novis Dan Harris, 22, of the men and the counter tes-
Judy Ann Shuler, 22, of 3115 Joseph A. Boyd Jr. and Com Most of the code violationsare The victim Matthew Robinson 327 NE 1st Ave.were"treated timony of the jail officials,the
Plaza St., Coconut Grove, a missioners Alex Gordon, Harold blamed on the tenants by 339 NW 13th St., was dead on like animals." judge rejected the request of
passenger In Franklin's car A. Greene, Thomas Friedman. He said they dam arrival at Jackson Memorial The judge was told that some the American Civil Liberties m1of
was criticaly Injured when her O'Malley and Earl Starnes. age the buildings as quickly as Hospital. time the men did not hay a run- Union.

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I Wilkins Urges S'rofIMf.Enforcemen' ** I Bqf

Authority for fair lob Agency

Washington, D.C. Roy Wilkins directly or Indirectly, for the ployees rki te,
executive director of the filing of nearly 1 1,600 indi- county and local govern nts
National Association for the vidual charges against 350 and their political subdivi-
Advancement of Colored Peo employers, labor organiza- sions and agencies."
pie, told a Senate subcommittee tions, and private and public Mr. Wilkins also suggested"a 9L
here that very little progress employment agencies general limitation of 120
has been made in the throughout the United States. days for the Commission to
past 20 years towards equal "Unemployment among Ne- complete investigation and
employment for Negroes. gro teen-agers," Mr. Wilkins conciliation of a charge priorto
Although Negroes represent testified, "is from two to three the issuance of a complaintand
about 11 per cent of all em- times that of comparable white a like period for the Com-
ployed workers, Mr. Wilkins groups. One out of every three mission to act when a com-
said, "they make up 44 per Negro female teen-agers in plaint has been filed."
cent of all household workers, the labor market today is look Under the Civil Rights Act of A44 1
four times their proportion of ing for a job and cannot find 1964!> the Commission's powerto drat
employed workers Fully one. The same is true for one end discrimination is limit- L r I
43 per cent of all employed Ne- out.of every four Negro ed to a time-consuming, fre- Job Fair Ooens Doors For H.S. Grads I
gro makes are working jobs males." quently unsuccessful, process n __ .
below the semi-skilled level, Secretary of labor W. Willard of conciliation and persuasion. There are jobs ready and ers don't bother about the color ed.
compared with only 15 per cent Wirtz deplored the lack of pro Others appearing before the waiting for Negro boys and of anybody's skin. They are "Last year, more than 350
of all employed white workers gress in hiring of Negroes at Subcommittee headed by Sen. girls when they finish high interested only in his ability applicants attended the"Job
of all employed white higher levels of industry. He Joseph C. Clarke included school because an increasing says Calvin Jennings who is in Fair" and we expect an even
workers" said "the basement doors have Whitney M, Young, Jr., exe- number of Miami employers charge of the League's Job greater turnout on May 20th.
Testifying for the NAACP, been opened but the doors on cutive director National Uri i today hire workers on merit Fair arrangements In the past, young Negro high
Thursday, May 4, before the the stairs are still locked" ban League; Jack Greenberg, ;alone, according to the Greater The photo shows a group of school graduates have tendedto
Subcommittee on Employ- Mr. Wilkins urged that addi- executive director of the Miami Urban League which young ladies being interviewedfor go to just a few companiesthey
ment, Manpower and Povertyof tional authority be given the NAACP Legal Defense and will hold a "Job Fair" on Saturday jobs by the employment knew hired Negroes, but
the Senate Committee on commission to adequately enforce Educational Fund; Clarence May 20, between 9 am manager of Burdine's, at{ last through the "Job Fair" they
Labor and Public Welfare, Mr. equal employment opp- Mitchell, Washington Bureau .and 1 p.m., at Miami Senior year's "Job Fair." This year, learned that employment con-
Wilkins urged that the Civil ortunity for Negroes. lie recommended director of the NAACP; and .High School. Burdine's and some 30 other ditions have changed," says
Rights Act of 1964!> be amendedto that any new leg- Joseph L. Rauh, Jr., counselfor Equal Opportunity Employ- companies will be represent- Jennings
authorize the Equal Em- islation include provisionsthat the Leadership Conferenceon
ployment Opportunity Commission would cover "public em- Civil Rights.
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cease-and-desist orders. Coca-Cola
"The Commission has been COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE Does '
handicapped in dealing with
broad patterns of discrimination STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER :
by lack of adequate en- have the taste
forcement authority," the VET TVTED
civil rights leader said.

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rector Haley Sofge said Sofge said, conforming with site is just as good as the first
Thursday that a new, site for the present zoning of the land, and that he will ask the autho-
public housing has been foundat to avoid the problems that occurred rity for its approval next
perrine. About, 160 units. in February when Metro Tuesday.The .
24 for the elderly and the remainder commissioners rejectedthe housing authority also
for families, will be zoning of another Perrine authorized on Tuesday, an appraisal -
built on a 20-acre site at SW tract to clear the way for the of 30 sites where they
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Morris and -' -- --"-- -- -- -
Va. -- Attorneysof Phillip Company HEAD START ART
the NAACP Legal Defenseand those acting in concert enjoined FUNERAL DIRECTORS CHOOSE FOUR AMBASSADORS HOTEL
Education Fund Inc. from continuing to maintain
(LDF) this week asked the Fe- a policy of limiting its Negro
deral District Court here for employees to the lower paying I0-memfcer delegation composed of state and national members of the National
an injunction against alleged jobs in the Pre-Fabrication and friends, the five Funeral Directors & Morticians Association, Inc., comprised the convention inspection
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bacco Company.The ris with denying Negroes an you at Northside Shopping John R. Ray of New Smyrna Beach, Fla., president of the Florida State group; Max
case wase argued in be- opportunity to have an effec- Center, 7900 N.W. 27th Ave. Starkes, Orlando, Fla; Robert H. Miller, Chicago, national general secretary; D. T.
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Douglas H. Quarles and Eph- tion and Warehouse, Shippingand the children will be displayed: F. H. Purnell,Houston, Texas; Robert Stevens, West Palm Beach, fla.; Perry Brown, .\0.'
riam Briggs.It receiving departments ,Crayon, paint, college, Greensboro, N. C.; and John Stevens, West Palm Beach, Fla. Miami-Metro News
is the first case to go to where higher wage rates are murals, paper mache, clay, Bureau Photo.
trial as a result of the Civil Mr. Briggs, through his LDF weaving and wood working. .
Rights Act of 1964 which, un- attorneys, charged that Philip
der Title VII, created the Morris and Local 203 of the Launches For
This display Is the first of its EOPI Campaign VarietyA
Tobacco Workers International
Equal Employment Opportunity I kind in Dade County. Don't
Commission (EEOC). Union discriminate miss it. May 20, from 10:- 6:00 one day collection cam- Sam Moncur has been named 16,697 donors.
LDF attorneys charged in against Negroes, in violation I p.m. paign to help Variety Child- general chairman by area coordinator The hospital expects Federalaid
their complaint that Mr.Quar- of Title VII,by paying Negroes ren's Hospital will be launched Dino Car a sand on or about July 1, under
les, a laborer the PreFabrication lower wage rates for Jobs Helen Stolte, is directorof on Sunday, May 21, under 9 EOPI center directors will provisions' of the Medicare
Departmemt in the which are on the same level as Early Childhood Education the sponsorship of the office be in charge of the canister program.
B &; L plant in Richmond in a jobs that have generally been Dade Public Schools., of the Economic Opportunity squads scheduled to work fro m
class action seeks, to have reserved for white persons. County
Program, Inc. 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. on Sunday. PROM PICTURESIN
E. Arthur Evans, presidentof The hospital began an emer- COLOR
Variety Children's Hos- gency campaign for funds on Deol's Studio
"Long Hot Summer" Not pital, is local treasurer of February 1, to meet indebtedness -, 307 NW 2nd Avenue
I EON, and commended the regional totaling nearly Open until 1 G.'". May 5, f
offices for organizaing $2,000,000. To date over May 12'and May 26, Avoid
;the collection and providing $293,000 has been raised by the ruin at the dance. 371
Inevitable, Wilkins AssertsNew personnel for the job. voluntary donations from 5016.

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York.- A top leader of "All the ingredients (for ra- country has a history of loy-
the nation's foremost civil cial turmoil) are there, but I alty in wartime. He knows he
gights organization says ano- don't think it has to happen. hasn't gotten a square deal S FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMODATIONSAT
ther "long hot summer" of "Last summer the unem- from his country but, never- MODERATE RATES
rioting can be averted "if ployment among Negro teen- theless, it's his country.On 9ft
cities will do what they shouldon wgers was 32 per cent 100 as the issue of Adam Clay- CALL

minority rights, espicallyon against 14 per 100 for whites. ton Powell: "The Negropopu- ....N..NNN .
teen-age jobs." All I can say is that is this lation was outraged and I feel I e 1 1I
Roy Wilkins, executive dir- summer you have one out of personally, justifiably so at I
ector of the National Association three Negro teen-agers wand- the treatment accorded Adam I BONDED
I for the Advancement ering around, you are going to Clayton Powell."
I'' Colored People, founded in have trouble. You better find Commenting on black power I
1909 with a current member- jobs." Mr. Wilkins said: "The fact is RENTAL
, ship 450,000 in the 50 states, this is a slogan, and slogans
(Said there must be aggressive Touching on wide-ranging never solved any economic, I
cooperation at all levels of aspects of the civil rights social or political problems." AGENCY
government and business to movement, Mr. Wilkins said: o O ...
make available jobs on mas- The Administration's 1967
sive scale to young Negroes.In civil rights proposals would 541 ..
an exclusive interview with serve to "tidy up existing leg-
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liE MIAMI TIMES,. Friday, May 12, 1967
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jTo Be

Office: 6530NW 15th Ave., Mom, Flo. 33147 Phone 6910421H. 4 S\ \\
by Whitney M. Young \\\
E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor i Executive Director 100
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE. City Editor .,
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor was
Housing Coral
I Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association con-

A recent Ford Foundation-financed -
{SUBSCRIPTION RATES future and its picture of the U.S. in
cinating. The study said that 60 percent than
live in three urban belts. in no-
Entered as Second Class Motter, August 9, 1927 at the Post
Office at Miami, Florida. under the act of March 8, 1876 super metropolis streatching from
the Great Lakes area in the Midwest. will
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" jection current trends which show
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead
cities and their suburbs.
the world from racial and national antagonism when it accords big

to every man regardless of his race, creed or color his What will life be like in these super i er-
human and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-4he re-
hence? Again based on current trends,I
Negro Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that ,
ful. I this because nothing much is
all men are hurt as long as anyone is held back. ap-
days needs In providing decent housing This
nothing is being done to stop the

.:!Ii e ditor's otebonlti If life In 2000 is to be bearable,the who,

end discrimination in housing and to
i ments on a scale appropriate to the need. is
I INTERFAITH INSTITUTEThe is affair housing policy which would are
'wherever they wished, Instead of being em.
Interfaith Agency for Social Justice and Organized ed slums. Of equal importance are
ligloif and the National Conference of Christians and Jew? held isting housing la the ghetto and make it -
their first Annual Institute at the University of Miami on Mon- work there. -

day evening. -
Keynote speakers were Dr. Irving Lehrman of Temple One Important step to prevent the one
Emanuel, presiding chairman; Rev. E. Graham of Mt.Zion new policy recently adopted by the am-
Baptist Church andchalrman-of the Board of Trustees of Flor- Urban Development which provides that
ida Memorial College, and the Hon. Brooks Hays,dlstngulsh- ing projects be built on sites which will -
ed Professor of Government at the University of Massa lance. Now it will be harder for local
chusetts. ghetto without considering alternative
The purpose of the conference was designed to bring religion
and lay leadership and other community leaders from Edward Logue, director of Boston
welfare, civic and service organizations to consider the role I posed that slumlords be denied tax
of organized religion in meeting basic moral and social issues 1 buildings which don't conform to ob
of our time.At I the profit out of the housing A
7 p.m. dinner was served, followed by the reports from I gests that special tax benefits called na-

the workshop groups: which were interesting and encouraging. I ances be given to( attract legitimate
ers into ghetto areas,especially for the
THE LEGISLATURE ;I perty, encouraging its Improvement. .

Among bills passed by the Florida Legislature Is one givinga
work release program for prisoners that they may work day- Similar incentives are going to have
time in the outside world during the last six months of a sen- are to get a housing industry which can : ; to
tence. This measure is in accord with that of the federal government supercity of the year 2000. When the be
and 26 other states. would land a man on the moon by 1970, it )

Repealing the 1965 law requiring three-axle or more vehicles 'do the Job .. government scientists. -
dustries all combined to create a
to make a full stop at all railroad crossings or be sub- ,
.which worked to overcome the problems
ject to a 'suit for negligence., The rule would still apply to emDlo"QP'a -
Housing needs are at least as i m p 0 r tan .
school buses and trucks carrying explosives. Repealing the
law requiring assignment of a Highway Patrol to the highway tional housing goal must be established. in
chairman. focus of a vast effort which will create
to the housing the nation
The Senate approved a bill which would forbid motorists dustry provide

from stopping on interstate highways to pick up or unload pas- About one out of every five The
sengers. ard housing. Yet to meet this need for
Senator Dick Fincher of Miami has introduced a bill to strike provide for our rapidly growing an-
out all color distinction and make Negroes"truly equal" under about 1.2 million new housing starts ,
the law. He said it was time for the Legislature to remove all 1965. And only 40,000 of these were for .
words or provisions of law that imply discrimination' of race, lower-middle class incomes. If this
color, creed or national origin.ASSESSOR'S have supercities in 2000, we will have this

The number of housing starts per 1 It
County Grand Jurors had much to say about gross neglect with special emphasis on low and th
and mismanagement of the County tax assessor's office. A broadly based national housing
On Tuesday the outgoing jury reported finding instances in it could support the research needed be-
which many thousands of dollars worth of property had been materials and building techniques which -
omitted from the rolls and favoritism to many big industriesand sent high construction costs. her
businesses through unjustified reductions and in assess- if a

ments. Taking a peek at what the future holds been
The Jury said there should be an auditing investigation of the but its value lies primarily in showing I'm
taxes paid by airlines, public utilities, large business and Industries to prepare for It. We are not properly ,
in Dade County. New laws or ordinances should be lation of about 200 million people; we
made, making it illegal for anyone doing business with the as- prepare to house the 311 million
sessor's office to offer any gratuity to any employee and mak- now to prepare to house the 311
ing it Illegal for any employee to accept such gratuity.The 2000. It's only 33 years away.
Jury found in the State Attorney's office no evidence of For information contact: Guichard

wrong-doing and praised State Attorney Richard Gerstein and liams, 55 E. 52nd Street, New York, .
his assistants as professionaly competent and sincere in the '

performance of their duties as prosecutors forviolators of the -
law. the

The Florida Education Association
Social Security came into existence during the administration -
meetings on Saturday for the purpose
of our beloved President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. It sibility of invoking sanctions in the the
has been a blessing to the people of the United States, regard- Monroe County FEA members will
less of race, color or creed.In ha
at the J.F.K. Health Center, -
Florida last year $787 million was paid in benefits. Of Campus. .
this amount $134,139,492 went to and -
146,552 men
women .
The FEA is not in accord with Gov.
children in Dade County.But .
in spending for education. They have
for Social Security,thousands of people would hardly eke his words. you
out an existence. Now they can look forward to receiving that
brown envelope on the third day of each month, and Uncle Sam ."

never misses a delivery, rain or shine. If you are a citizen, STUDENTS
62 years or over, you can be numbered among those receiv- !
ing Social Security. Florida University students are also ,!

Congressman Claude Pepper would like to see convalescent plain about the governor's suggestion, ,
benefits raised to $300 a month for senior citizens and a 20 $100 ot $150 per quarter to absorb that
mands of education.
per cent across the board increase for those receiving Social higher ,

Security. ,

NEWSMEN IMMUNITY BILL The World Journal Tribune, of New Did
of 7000,000 daily and over 800,000 on
Miami's Senator Edmond Gong has introduced a newsmen's ness last Friday while negotiating with give

! I Immunity bill that provides newsmen immunity from contempt If we a.re correct, the newspaper's life
i of court citations for refusing to disclose the source of any Information ven months. The president and general be-
I procured for publication.The bill also applies to radio been losing $700,000 a month. a
and television reporters. The World Journal Tribune had 2.500 .


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Mr. James (
Kemp, M.A. Dir- .11\.... .I
ector of Speech and Hearing 't
Services, this week announced I .
MOTHER'S DAY that a special group and pri- :: '
When the/ U. S.' Senate first voted against Mother's vate therapeutic program for 'I
Day the year was 1908, according to Chanel perfume I the deaf and hard of hearing ic7
researches. The measure to set aside one Sunday in pre-school and nursery children ;
May to publicly honor mothers was soundly defeated bya will begin on Monday,June ''I
vote of 33 to 14. Did you know this? 19, at the Hearing and Speech
But six years later with the Senate's approval, Center, 1540 West Flagler St.
President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed the Second Sun- The ages will be from 3 to 6
day in May as Mother's Day. Bless/ him.A years. Registration date, will

SPECIAL PRAYER FOR ALL MOTHERSA be May 15. The program will
aid in preparing the pre-
special prayer on Mother's Day
school. This is
very impor-
That God will to
grant you ,
The joy you give to others tant. Call 3793679 for more in- I '

By the loving things you do formation. _..-J....'. .
And that He'll always fill your life I .
With blessings from above BENEFIT TEENAGE
And gronty you all the happiness This benefit is given honor Candidates for office-These essential for secretarial
You're so deserving of. DANCE SATURDAY of Avon Billington to donate attractuve teen-agers are representative careers. They next held work
At the Jewish Cultural Center (Miami Beach) on There will be a benefit teen- funds toward a blood purifying of nineteen New assignments with Esso-affili-
Wednesday evening, May 10-the Seventh Annual Dinner age dance at the Brownsville machine to help keep thisyoungman York City high school gradu- ated companies in New York,
of the Inter-Racial Mothers Association honored two Community Cetner, 2741 NW alive. ates who on April 7, completed .:receiving full pay In each case,
mothers of the year, Mrs. Inez Baum and Mrs. Cornelia 49th St., Friday, May 12th, at Come out and celebrate a a 36-week program of secretarial but with the opportunity to per
L, Glenn. Congratulations 8:30 p.m.JESCA needy cause. career training at col- feet further needed skills
Friends IAO'A .level. tonnrf".rf................ Kir XTA,, L_. ___&1_..'__any A_ ........... .A ....,..
are saying welcome home to Julius Jones '- -" oy cuiuiuuuig lu oiuujr ai a i u
who's been confined in the hospital.In Pfc Wilbur Coleman, son of Mrs. Vashti Coleman, York University and sponsored three afternoons a week for
Miami f v a weekend with her family was Sylvia is home for a 30-day furlough after 13 months of ac- by Standard Oil CompanyNew another twelve weeks. Only
Reynolds Rolle, who's ,a teacher in Philadelphia's tion in Vietnam wherehe was wounded twice. ( Jersey). Their candidacyfor academic graduates of New
school system.Houseguesting. Dr. George Simpson, Miami NAACP president, and private office Jobs was,so York City high schools are eli-
with her aunt, Miriam Sweeting were Mrs. Bessie Brunt, Opa-locka branch president, were to speak, a "landslide" suc- gible for the program--an experiment -
Mrs. Richard (Betty AlburyMerrill) and daughter, Coma- among those attending the funeral of state NAACP pre- cess. All ninteen, Including In preparing talented
la of Harbour Island, Bahamas. sident Rutledge Pearson in Jacksonville Saturday. (from left above)miss Carmen young women for work in busl-
Dade County Retired Teachers Association welcomed /- Arthur and Zeola Jones are proud parents of a 7 lb. Fuentes and Miss La Verne their previous schooling had ii
the new retirees at their annual May Breakfast at 14 oz. baby boy. Williams, already are work- been limited to academic
the Miami Woman's Club, Saturday, May 6 at 10 a.m. Ing for Jersey Standard or courses. Last 'month's groupof
Congratulations to Bobby Reid, the son of Mrs. nestine May Jackson 13th birthday and Eunice greetings Davis.to Derek Mack, 'Ear- Manhattan-based affiliates of graduates was the third
Robert Chester. Bobby is a journalism major/ and winner the world's largest oil com- class in the highly successful
of the 1967 outstanding student award and the$1000 After five months in Florida, the William (Nancy) pany. The young women,all program, which was inaugurated -
Totes will return to their home in Detroit. Phillip
Ed Lahey Scholarship the.lirst annual Bray
one. Thanks to academic students, 'recom- in 1964.
Mr. Edwin A Lahey chief' flew down from Detroit to drive his grandparents home.
you < correspondent and former mended by their teachers' In
Washington bureau chief of the Knight Newspapers. THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: public parochial schools of

Don't forget Ixora Girl/ Scouts:Send a girl to Camp Live each day to the fullest. Get the most from each New York City,, attended NYU TEA POSTPONEDThe
Machachee.? Day camp fees are $8 per, session. Won t hour, each day, and each age of your life. Then you can for 24 weeks on Esso'scholar Northwestern PTA fas'
ylu help
It was a full house at the Charles trammell's when look forward with confidence, and back without regrets.Be ships in order to acquire J frpm j,.postponed. their Annual par-
her New York cousins down from surf and yourself-but be your best self. Dare to be dif- professional experts the basic tenli tea until'May' 21st ,.ause
fun. Mrs. Leenine Walker came and daughter, Willie sun, Jessmey ferent and to follow your own star. skills, knowledge1 and attitudes: of Mother's Dayt.I'on Sunday

and a friend Mrs. Emma Mitchell. After a week in Miam.the' ; And don't be afraid to be happy., Enjoy what is
beautiful. Love with all your heart and soul. Believe
ladies from
;jetted to Nassau for visit ATTENTION MOTHERS
that those love love
with relatives and friends. How time flies when you you.
you're ,Forget what have done for friends and Art children the of their
having fun-but at the end of two weeks the you your remember your getting most out
home. group returned what they have done for you. Disregard,what the learning? If not, special work is outlined by

> For the first time in'its history, the Young Woman's world owes youf,and,concentrate what you\ owe thq; public school personnelrSpecial careand supervised rt
Christian "'Association'elected"0 Negro as president.. world 'I r play. From' 1 month of age, up. 'Two hot
The announcement at the end 'of a convention in Bos- When you are faced with' a decision, make that decision meals daily 0
ton, revealed Mrs. Robert W. Claytor of Grand Rapids, as wisely as possible-then forget it. The moment -
Michigan, will succeed Mrs. Lloyd J. Marti of Lincoln, of absolute certainty never arrives. SERVICE
Nebraska. And above all, remember that God helps those who Pick up and delivery.

Members of Greater Bethel AME Church are cele- help themselves. Act as i if everything depended upon Coll Day or Night: 635.8384
brating their 71st anniversary this week Rev. S. A. you, and pray as i if everything depended upon God. For Kiddie Kare .
Cousin is pastor. S. H. Payer '

o 'L'Get" well. wishes. _. to Percy.,. Sharpe_. Christian_ Hos-
pra; mrs. uouisc znoner, West Chester General; Mrs.
J. P. Monroe, Cedars;,Mrs. Frankie Glover, Frank Cl if-
ton Sf<:+ ''ey Robinson, Isabel Young, Victoria Hospital; KING AND QUEEN
and Fred DeVeaux.Mrs. .
Paul La Pierre gave a private party at homein CONTEST MAY 18 ; ;
honor of Mr. Dave Boone, Jr., longtime resident of Ji.
Miami. Don't forget the King and

The occasion was most unusual inasmuch as Mr. Queen contest, Thursday, May
Boone was officiating over his new position of guardian 18, at Liberty Squareaudi-
to Mr. Paul La Pierre, a native of Canada. It seems torium, at 8:00 p.m. Sponsored -

that for reasons tradition in his family, it was neces- by the Golden Age Club of ,,; '
sary to adopt Mr. Boone, thus making him his brother.In James E. Scott Community ''r J ''r ,Yti' I k .
two well-received speeches by Rev. Henry McDowelland Association. Come see, hear, ( : /

Miss Blanche, Calloway. i it was mentioned}that the you local talent.
reuniting or two gentlemen unaer sucn a bond ot brother' I Q'1 11s
hood was most healthy for our situation. Mr. La Pierreis _
the owner of a private music school in Miami and Mr.
Boone is a teacher at Mays Junior High in Goulds. Mrs. WIGSHUMAN I Cctt h7/ s I4fi''r
Nancy Pate was hostess. '
May Fellowship Day of Church Women United '' tir'
Luncheon and program at Miami Springs Villas, May 4 An
was the most. HAIR IV/ trTh

Ladies in the News The first tropical storm this 100% FULLY (..
season will be named Arlene, the National Hurricane { { {(..
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Center announced Monday. The season starts June 1 and GUARANTEED 'j- 4'' a () (){ sift
closes Nov. 30. After the storms will/ Arlene be named di t ', (.s r t fiS. all .
Beulah, Chloe, Doria, Edith, Fern, Ginger, Heidi, Ja- ''y "1.'t nwcst; ra/;.c.scasrrn; 's
nice, Kristy, Laura, Margo, Nona, Orchid, Portia, Ra- ti t t'I',;.. : ? "):, t"ntl/r" / (.':,S tho
chael, Sandra, Terese, Verna and Wallis. q j, 'h ory's fa, l
Mrs. Matilda Jackson and Miss Mary Owens of Jack $22 "y' { ? f + t ;r d c son, Miss rushed to the bedside of their brother, Calla-/ ri1)', ('atur.s ,
way Owens who was a patient at Jackson. He died on crisp) arnc'/CUtton
Thursday, May 4. Funeral services were held Monday at casy.carc. .s and
4 p.m. at Kelly's Chapel AME Church. Final burial was Frcunr toJerseys.'
held in Jackson. Among those attending the final rites SOLD ELSEWHEREAT 5izrs 6.1 Htu, SP _
were his wife, Edna; two sisters and a sister-in-law,
PRICES TO $89.00 Shama
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and entertained l'fI//f)" filiI ,
Poitier's Kindergarten Nursery 11t'1
Call or write us today.
friends with their annual May Spring Tea on Sunday, May Send deposit if ordering rrhilror6li". ,JtI/OIi'' '
7 at New Covenant Presbyterian Church. mail. 1
Thelma J. McDonald was hostess to the Elite Ci- by "L.r1 \
vic and Social Club Tuesday, May 9 at her 6th Street 866-2396 \ $ ?s.
home. Mrs. Dorothy H. Cooper, president. Beauty shops call for EDISON CENTER
Suffragan Bishop Hargrave will make the annual wholesale prices.
visitation May 14 at 8 p.m. at the Episcopal Church of DOLLY WIGSP. 6112 NW 7th Avenue

the Incarnation, 1835 NW 54th St. All persons who were
confirmed at the Incarnation throuah the years are invited 0. BOX 4513 { ) k Open Evenings 'til 9
to be"specaguesfs"/ / at 1
Elizabeth Collins celebrated her birthday with a MIAMI BEACH,-F .A. MAY 14THE
dinner party at (Richmond Heights home on Saturday, 266-2398 ..



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"One hundred and twenty years ago, Horace Mann referred ,I .
to education as the great equalizer of the conditions of men LINE-0-TYPE I .
the balance wheel of the social machinery. The wheel is out of
balance at Miami Northwestern Senior High School (the last
Miami's. all-Negro senior high schools)where limited space, THE LITTLE RED BOOK: North Dade Principal Chas D. ',r.">
obsolete materials and equipment are causing tremendous problems Wyche offered Miamians an opportunity to |
." hear Fisk University's dean emeritus Dr. W. | ,. '
These were the well spoken and quite appropriate words of J. Faulkner speak on 'improving the self- "oW
Ezekiel Burrows, spokesman for the Northwest Advisory image' at the school Tuesday It was one in .-z Versatile actor, writer, director Ray Aranha wUl again appear
Group which appeared before the school board April 19th to a series of projects sponsored by the fed- as a leading character in Lorraine Hansberry's The Sign In
ask for Improvements to the school. eral guidance and learning laboratory. The Sidney Brustein's Window this Thursdy May 11 through Sun-
Again led by Ezekiel Burrows, the frustrated group made a scholar In Negro folk literature spoke to day May 14, at the Swenson Hall Theatre, Everglades School,
repeat performance before the board on May 3 and submitteda North Dade's assembly Tuesday, but will 2045 South Bayshore Drive Coconut Grove. The play is directed -
four-page list of priorities, which included maintenance and have a challenging script for teachers on by Use Earl and is the last production of the Spring Seasonby

renovation needs including over 150 electrical items, in excess Thursday An April 14 edict handed down the Miami Actors Company. This powerful, tender, mov-
of 200 broken glass items, 150 broken lockers, along witha by the 45th Annual Convention of the Episco- ing and hilarious play has received rave notices by our own
request that the entire school be painted for the first time pal Church now grants femmes the privilege to become eli- local newspapers as it did when it was produced on five con-
in seven years. gible as Vestry members- but not delegates. tinents from Australia to Yogoslavia.
Prior to this meeting the committee had submitted a letterto Mr Aranha is making his fourth appearance with the com-
board members which stated: "It is the opinion of this com- NOTES ON A NAPKIN: There's a 26-year-old Negro City of pany. During the fall season he played leads in both JB and
mittee that indeed signs of hypocrisy,bigotry malfeasance and Miami Stockade escapee whose name makes up both Miami and Slow Dance On A Killing Ground.Earlier this season he was
little or no signficiant allocations of monies were given to Metro (City and County) Managers' tags. The name: Homer seen in The Little Foxes.MERCHANTS .
Northwestern Senior High since its Inception;" which raised Reese. The charge: Petty Larceny Nassauvian Cecil Ken
the ire of board member Holmes Braddock who stated: "The ny's daughter Delores and Granville Edwards' son Jehu told
Dade County Board of Public Instruction can not continue put- their troubles to Fr M.E. Cooper of Saint Agnes' Nassau May
ting money into that school (Northwestern) if the communitywon't 5. Dr and Mrs Howard Hadley are hosting the newlywedlocksin I WHO ADVERTISE IN THE

respect school property.. "That school has the biggest their Miami home(as honey moochers). .. Mrs Hadley, cou- MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY k
theft and vandalism problem the county." Adding that he sin of the bride, was a Saint Agnes attendee. Mrs Della B.
objected to the insinuation that "this board is bigoted." Carey at home on the mend. Ditto Queen Esther Hall's hub- APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.

After a recent tour of the Northwestern plant,this writer is by Larry Alexander. THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.

in full accord with Mr. Burrows and his committee "The PI EASE PATRONIZE THEM!Ir.
wheel is dangerously out of balance at Miami Northwestern and SALT WATER TAFFY: Bunche Park Elementary schoolmarm -
wholeheartedly Joins this group in calling for immediate cor- Inez Burgess' brother Sgt Charles R. Stewart, home
rective action. from Germany in time for his sister's birthday party You -
I was guided on this tour by Northwestern senior Leonard have a whole month to get yourself ready for one of Dade

Duncanson, brilliant young president of the student council, County's most-sought-after social sif'airs, the Atlantic Social
honor student and Silver Knight nominee in the speech cate- Club's annual dance June 16.If their invites catch you napping; You'll Simply
gory. The glaring inequities I saw in this day and time can best without your best social fineries, don't say. I didn't ,.>>
be summed up in one word: "shocking." tell you Norris Wallace's frau, Janet, whose natal holidaywas
These are some of the more notable inequities that were not- May 3, double birthday party-ed with Leon Lewis (not the J, 1Love Our
ed: The total equipment in the Graphics Arts shopwhere the newsman) May 6 In Janet's home. The affiarwas conspicuous /r '$.
almost extinct method of printing(letterpress)is being taught, with cops and ex-cops guesting with the celebrating pair. :
amounted to one outdated press, a hand operated paper cutter l Mother's.Day
which should certainly be considered for the Smithsonian Institute -
and an ill equipped photographic darkroom. Desiring to THE WEEK'S WASH: Theda Christian hosting Manhattan \\" Fashions
make comparison, I paid a visit to Miami Central) Senior High Club at her home The Andrew (Bo) Robinsons (Thelma) \
where we found a modern-up-to-date shop where the studentsare .sporting A '66 Meow Ailing D. L. Leaver of Daytona
being taught the latest print i n g"metliods (offset). The Beach gets a visitation from brother Samuel O. Rogers of Our y;1'j"t)'
equipment included three modern offset presses, five of the Town. Ella Jonnson (not the singer) was a year older May f R". '
latest letter presses an offset ca mera.and well equipped dark- 7 Pianist Earl (Fatha) Hines, jazz great, recently signed y z .
room and a 42-inch power paper cutter.In San Francisco contract for 20G's alO-month-yearforas longas
the band department we found Insufficient storage space he lives Prominent restaurant-owner's ex-wife looking
for uniforms, Instruments and sheet music. There is a dire chipper All-America Sport Anderson pushing an OpalocksQuick
need for music sorting racks and additional small rooms for Check grocery cart There's a Buffalo, N.J, night-
small group practice, and the acoustics in the practice room club stripper named N. E. Night.
leaves a lot to be desired.We .
learned that Miami High a predominately white school,
STUFF AND SUCH Saint Agnes' Daughters of the King assembly -
with a 160-member band has nine or ten small practice rooms
in Avon Pack's Camp Wingmann had representation in
while Northwestern, an all-Negro school, with a 120memberband
has only two small practice rooms Miamians Leomi Culmer, Lorraine Puyol, Melba Nixon and

Amazing, Indeed, is the fact that in spite of all these inequities Mary Hudson. Cleora Webb and Sir John Lounge barmaid
Clark off annual trek to New York State Wednesday
Claudia on
the Northwestern band is rated among the finest in
the state, having been invited to participate in the Orange and Sunday motorists: Arthur (EOPI!) King Valencia (BTW)
Pro Bowls played in Miami's famed Orange Bowl in January.As Williams, Herman (Playmates) Walton Patrolmen M. C.
Bowles and Oscar Morley supporting Wackencop with custo-
unbelievable as it may seem, the Northwestern Libraryis
merushes at 54th Street Grand Freddie Green 'sand-
in Way. .
improperly lighted. Badly needed books remain storage
the Console at the Satellite Lounge with Leon
because of insufficient shelving. Because of the lack of books, ing' pedals
(Creep) McCartney a weekend accompaniment on Bass.
many students are forced to frequent other libraries to com-

plete their assignments. Needless to say many students use
the absence of books as an excuse for not completing assign- It t
SWEETS TREATS schoolmarm
ments. :. Liberty City Elementary
Glendina Carey-Edwards (the medic's wife) an inmate at ..u
The cosmetology shop is improperly ventilated and is much
Christian Memorial. Ditto Dunbar Elementary music prof
too small and ill equipped. Like the graphic arts shop, studentsare 1nw
Linten Berrien at Cedars of Lebanon Norman Bullard
being trained in the use of outmoded equipment. We noted
picking up his driver's license at Opa-locka's Auto Tag Agency
that 34 students and the instructor are forced to use two small
Carl McCartney enroute down from Harlen to catch his
lockers while other schools have individual lockers for its stu-
1947 class re-union. .. Former Miami Times Imposer press-
dents.In .
man-newsman Henry McKinney, now a West Palm Beac drug-
visit to the electronics shocked the
our shop we were
gist, off to Saint Louis for a health check. The Saint Patrick
of termites which have been feasting on the work
presence Episcopal Senior Warden is a Riviera Suburbanite. Lily C.
benches for a long period of time. We learned that a short time
Evans Elementary schoolmarm Juanita Allen-Lane bedded at
negligent. Neligence which has caused both teacher and student Mercy Hospital. r'';to doRd
requisition was filled with used scopes from Central High who f
received new ones.Nine badly needed millimeters were ordered ;
at the beginning of the school term. To date, this order has CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Bandleader Dizzy Jones' son
not been filled. saw his sixth birthday April 3 ? But the Bud Wards (Wash-
The charge that the school board is bigoted will not come ington, D. C.) son won't be 13 'til November North Dade
from where I sit,but I will charge the board with being grossly Junior High's Assistant Principal of Administration Willie Hue
negligent. Neglect which has caused both teacher and student Jamison Saturday shopping at Freddie's Superette As a
moral to sink to a dangerous low. mammoth celebration to the phase-out of Miami's'Mother' of
We feel reasonably certain that if the school board will show Negro high schools Booker T, Washington all graduating clas-
that they do care about Northwestern by taking the necessary ses from its first class of 1928 through its final one in 1967,
action to immediately clear up this blight on the board and the will meet in re-union ceremonies at BTW, to honor the classesof

Negro community the students will respond by making and 1937, 1947, 1957 and 1967. Long distance hot lines from
keeping it a real credit to the board and to the Negro community New York City's flaming femmes, urging handsome hairstylist -

Vincent Pena to hurry home from his Miami vacation, had
We repeat that, in spite of the many long standing Inequitiesat Dolly Sweeting's baby brother jetting out last Monday s
Northwestern many of its students have risen to great There are actually more coconuts in Miami than there are in 'Patricia'sDress

heights. the town of Coconut Grove. The best way to keep your milk
Contrary to what many people might choose to believe, the from souring is to leave it in the cow. There is actually ice {
Northwestern student body is gravely concerned and ashamedof that isn't cold and sugar that isn't sweet. That's it, brother, Shop F
the present rund-down condition of their school. This Is from your one-man-newspaper, who knows everybody and "

clearly evidenced by the fact that it was the student council who everybody's racket, but who want; to warn readers: If you invite tJ }.!54!NW, 7th! YEt UEPIi .,(!. +

sent out letters inviting parents and interested citizens to a certain bar owner and a certain newsman to the same 4, ', ) : 1rE. 6 63S'5 : J;
carry their plea to the school board Hence, the birth of the affair, don't place them at the same table. If you do, sit between S ? A, '>. .
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/MIAMI TIMES Friday, May 12. 1967Himiiiiitiniiiiiitiiiiiiiini _

R1CHO D d r Operation "face-Lift"

HEIGHTS Foe US,,, !..' TilE PROBLEM Planned For Miami

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiii! According to the census of 1960, Miamihasthe most segregated
By Gwendolyn Lavern Ross housing pattern in the nation, among communities of
comparable size. This situation remains unchanged.Much .
SCHOOL SCOOPS of the Negro ghetto area is a slum problem that is ser
ious, heartbreaking and explosive a sordid enviornment
Gale Smiley and Joseph Collie will reign over the May Day F'.t for crime in the streets.Negro housing is the number one pro
Festivities at Frank C. Martin Elementary School on May 4. blem in Miami.
Richmond Heights Junior High Bandmen will play for the event. .'tJ "It is a dying slum because much if the profit for the land-
Following the annual Maypole Plaiting,the track team will run lord has gone out of it,and it is doomed. The rotting, crowded.l
relay r ace s. Activities will begin at 4.00p.m. concession buildings will be cleared in time.It may be a long time
stands will be managed by PTA members.The 9I though' writes Haines Colbert in the Miami News.
"Cadets," a segment of the Richmond Park dance troupe,
will spice the final meeting of the Frank C. Martin PTA on May t Meanwhile, what's to be done?
1. The meeting beginspromptlyat800pm.in the cafetorium.
The 80-voice University of Florida Glee Club performed for "Open housing" -- though a much-desired and hoped-for
the Palmetto student body and faculty on April 24, at 8.00 p.m., I eventuality-will not supply the immediate answer.
in the auditorium. t ? Even if Negro families were free to live where they please,
t there is an insufficient supply of adequate housing available at
SOCIAL NOTESCongratulations 4 lt prices the poor can afford to pay.The ghetto r e s i d e n t has
to Mildred Ruth Hall on being named Mss! A limited mobility due to economic and other circumstances.So .
Cinderella for 1967. Mildred was crowned at the Annual Ballon l Improvements that will help check the decline and decayof
Friday night, April 21, at Bayfront Auditorium. The / people and property must stem from within the existing
daughter of Mrs. Oleatha Turner, she is a senior at Mays High L" framework.If .

School. Miami is to improve the quantity and quality of housing
Scouts representing Troop 503 (Mrs. Doris Woodward, ,"1rt.':.". I .... ... ""II.-- units occupied by Negroes, then a concentrated effort must be
advisor) and Troop 857 (Mrs. Miriam Pratt, advisor)attendedthe made to improve and preserve some of those neighborhoodsnow
Tri-Council Girl Scout Senior Conference at the Sovereign Sylvia Marion, Miss B-CC elect, is shown receiving congra- citizens.
Hotel on Miami Beach. Their three-day stay included discus- tulations from Theodore C. Miller of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania occupied by minority group
Miami, the City Beautiful,can no longer afford to sweep Ne-
sions ontimelytopics, a fashion show,Scouts'own hooten- athe newly elected Student Government Association Pre "
"under the The continuing decay of
anies, and a Hotel-sponsored weiner roast. sident. The Tampa Sociology Major with the close cropped gro ghetto eyesore rug.
the Negro neighborhoods is a blight on Miami: as a whole.
haircut polled more than 80% of the popular vote.
AROUND OUR PARKS The new queen who was elected earlier in the week, "Most
The Little League Softball teams are presently playing an Popular Girl on Campus" said about her victory, "I am very THE PROPOSAL
exhibition schedule. Regular games will soon begin and the happy but still a little stung, however, I plan to represent the The Greater Miami Urban League, in cooperation with the
times will be announced later. school to the best of my ability and project the qualities and National Urban League, proposes to initiate a pilot program--
The Modern Dance Troupe is preparing its entry for the I confident( the Student Body has placed in me. Operation "Face-Lift"--aimed primarily on Improving the
Dance CFestival on May 24, at Dade County Auditorium.Don't Sylvia is a member of the Women Senate;Alpha Kapha Sorority quality of living inMiami's predominantly Negro residentialareas
hesitate! 'I i Inc.; Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society; and the YWCA. and to preserve these areas where feasible and desir
It's not too late toenrollinceramics classes for adults Other officers elected were; Raymond V. Holzendorf from able.The
and teens. Classes are currently being taught on Wednesday, ,Jacksonville Vice-president; Kenneth C. Holly, from Pom- intimate knowledge and close relations that the profes-
beginning at 7:30 p.m.. 1!pano Beach Parliamentarian; Essie White from Tampa sional staff of the Greater Miami: Urban League has fostered
Treasurer; Brenda G. Owens from Wilmington, North Caro- with the Negro community over the last 23 years, makes it
Scout 503 will play cupid when it stages a mock ,
Girl Troop eminently to this
J lina Secretary; Margaret Dorsey from JacksonvilleAssistant qualified guide program.
"Dating Game" on May 12, at 8 p.m., in Richmond Junior j Face-Lilt" will where
t Secretary; and Gary Jones from Delray Beach- Council- Operation pinpoint target areas
High's Auditorium. Players coupled on the show will be treated ]I man-at-large.! blight and decline are mutiplying faster than the slowmovingurban
to all-expense paid dates. Local talent will entertain the L renewal projects can hope to ameliorate.
audience between games. During the second half of the show,
steady couples will be asked questions about their partners.The THE MEDICAL FIELD Operation "Face-Lift" will not be a governmental acativity
public is Invited. Admission is 50?.For further informa- NEEDS YOU paid for by tax-dollars. It will be a community undertaking,
tion, call me, at atCES-48634 supported by the tax-deduc table dollars of private citizens to
f. 'Many good paying jobs waiting the extent of one third the operating cost.. and two-thirds bya
Anhiga birds, alligators and skunks greeted 67 members of TRAIN NOW CALL 311.4624 grant from the Ford Foundation.
the Richmond Junior High chapter of the National Honor Society What Operation "Face-Lift" aimes at is not merely the
when they visited Everglades National Park on Friday, May 5. Credit Plan Available physical improvement of property and neighborhood, but also
Led by ranger Truesdell,the group followed the"Gumbo Lim- the
development of the p rid e among home owners,landlordsand
bo Trail" and a winding wooden bridge to tour the park.Palmetto's SOUTHERN ACADEMY FOR tenants alike, in their surroundings.The .

MEDICAL ASSISTANTS slum problem is related, in a measure, to the desireor
{ chapter of the, National Honor Society dined on 168 SE 1st Street Miami ( lack of desire) of people who live there to do things for
,Scandinavfan .delicacies when it held its springbanquetat M12 themselves and to attain personal dignity.
.Sweden House" (South Dixie Highway) on Tuesday night, May Owners, realtors, rental agents and tenants willbeencouraged -
10. The program was highlighted by the installation of next to work cooperatively on joint neighborhood problems.All
year's officers. jl Call avenues of communication; newspapers, radio and television,
Congratulations to Bev Gordon (Palmetto) and Mildred Hall will be enlisted.It .
(Mays) on being named winners in the Greater Miami Adver- CHARLESROGERS is a regretable fact that for some landlords to respect the
tising Club's: annual essay contest. As winners, the girls will existing minimum housing code while other landlords flagrantly -
receive $25 in cash, and attend the club's banquet. This year's or covertly reject it, is unfair competition by any
theme was, "If I Were The Ad Man." standard of"free enterprise."
Neighborhood offices will be opened in the target areas,
AT PL 1-7502 staffed by professionals and aided by volunteers.
.. ;'. Discussions will be initiated
with real estate brokers indus-
FOR A GOOD BUY ON A try, builders and labor groups to encourage the private deve-

HELP !II! STEREO PIANO, ORGAN OR ORCHESTRA, SCOTT lopment existing housing.of low and moderate open housing and to up-grade

INSTRUMENTS. Appropriate research will be conducted determine the existing -
shelter supply, rental and sales.A factual understandingof
the local housing problems and needs of minority groups,
and a broad knowledge of the program and activities of the lo-
cal public and private agencies and organizations functioning
in housing, will be ascertained.


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$47,500 For
ls V"

Renewal LandA

price of $47,500 has been
rA set by Metro's Urban Renewal
Agency on a 2.6 acre-tract of
'land to be offered to private

li developers and rebuilt for re
tV BY sidential use.
Under urban renewal, it will I IIr
be the first resident project
ten or more years, I have been trying to get someone here. The location is between
in City Administration to take an interest in a gun law that N.W. 20th and 21st St., from
would outlaw the earring of guns and the selling of guns to Just N.W. 5th Place to the North-
anybody." Ralph Renich tried to help me a few years back, but South Expressway.The '
nothing was ever done to bring this to effect Now, Mrs. Athalie price breaks down to,41 !
Range, our City Commlssioner,is interested in seeing this gun cents a square foot, and must
law through. It is our hope that a law will be passed so that it xirst meet the approval of the ., .
will be an automatic one-year Jail sentence, with no bail and U.S. Department of Housingand R! 1! '
no appeal, for carrying a weapon, unless it is registered and Urban Development and 4
you have a permit; that you must have a permit to buy a gun then that of the Metro. Com- } l sah. 1n. f
proof, and there should be a waiting period before purchase. mission.
This would mean that in The area is to be BTW Choral Wins
order to purchase a gun, you must be developedwith Group Trophy at
carefully checked by the Police Department for a clear record, townhouses, according to I
ing and a you gun.mast be a businessman or have a valid reason for hav- newal the decision Agency.of the Urban Re- Barry College Talent ShowA

We can go back a number of years, and recall some of the Ainslee Ferdie, URA Chair- capacity crowd of 1,000 Miami combined their talentsin singers all testify to the excellent -
senseless killings that have been done with guns in the handsof man, whorepor! ted the sales arsons attended a talent show songs and dances in an ef- training of the stu-
juveniles as well as adults who probably would not have useda price, said condemnation will a it Barry College Auditorium, fort to aid in the constructionof dents. They proved them-
gun, if they were not so easy to get. Our oun Everett Butler, begin soon on the 17 remain- g:iven in benefit of the migrant an educational center in selves to be the outstanding -
assistant principal of Dorsey Junior High School,was killed on ing parcels yet unacquired in v workers in the South Dade Homestead. f group in this area.
8th street during the Xmas holidays 1956by two young men a 9.2-acre tract. a area Groups from allover The Booker T Washington Seventeen acts were presented -

_who.__wanted_ a to "borrow. some money." "Flossie" was killed -..----.--- Choral group added_much to at the talent show, and the
almost me same week, oy someone who knew about the money the program, under the direction Judges were very impressed
kept in her apartment. The two policemen who were killed recently The James E. Scott Community Center Day Care CommitteeIs i of Mrs. Mable Glover. by the quality of the Choral's
by the deranged in having a "Mod Spring Fling"on Tuesday,May 16, at Miami beautiful I''
man West Palm Beach who had no : The precise diction, work. The Booker T Washington -
business with a gun; and last Wednesday,a man who was work- ;Northwestern Senior High School,at 8.00p.m.: This is a bene- ; tone quality and rhythmic Choral received a trophy I
ing trying to support his family as a driver for a bakery con- fit variety show, and Frank Williams band will be featured, accuracy displayed by the which is now at the school.
cern was killed on 12th Avenue at 62nd Street by four teen-age along with other acts.They will also have fashions by Patricia.
boys who were rifling his truck. Where did they get the gun? Please attendthis worthy affair.
Who bought it and carelessly left it to the hands of some young
folk who would not have used it, if they had not had it in the QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Saw Don Strachan the other Li N PS LEV LUMBER
first place. day, and he is well on his way to Europe for some personal
Now James Paremore, James Stevens and JElwoodl Black- appearances and public relations work. We wish him luck and
man along with another boy who is being hunted down, are re- happiness in his endeavors...Clea Bradford was on The Las
sponsible for the death of a man.They are 17, 18, and 19 yearsof Vegas Show Monday night, and there is a contest going on BIG PAINT
age, with no future ahead, all because it was easy to get a where the winner gets a new Dodge. Let's help Clea win that
gun, and all because it was being'a big shot" because one of dodge by sending post cards to"The Las Vegas Show, P.O. Box
them had a gun. First degree murder is the charge for the 11,000, Las Vegas, Nevada. 89101 Paul Curry called the
crime, and even though there were 20 witnesses and only one other day from the Airport. He is the pianist for Hines, Hines SAVINGS !
woman came forward to Identify them,they told on each other. !and) Dad Group, opened last week at the Kings Inn in Freeport.
It makes one afraid to leave home to go to the grocery store, They took our own Basist, Jimmy Glover with them for this
when you know that teen-agers as well as adults have weapons three week engagement. .Had a letter from Bobby Edwards,
in their possession and will kill you for' nothing" Bullets knowno our guitarist from the old Lord Calvert Days. He is fine and
color, and will kill anyone.Witnesses are afraid to 'see' or sent me a picture of the Zoo House at Atlanta, Georgia. Wonder QUALITY PLUS ECONOMY
become involved, for fear that they too will suffer harm. Let's if he thought Mayme was lonesome for some pictures of
remove this menace from society, andhave a gun law. This Is her folks? Also heard from Sir Charles Thompson, organist Thi1aI Dttcftess
not the Sullivan Law of New York State, but one that will help extraordinaire. New York, and wishing he were hereto
In the prevention of crime against others and ourselves. Thankgoodness play golf; Joe Williams is in Chicago, and sez he's on his
Mrs. Range is in our corner on this law, and we believe way from there to The Expo '67 inCanada until June 19th. W FLAT
that she will solicit the help of the other Commissioners Gee: Whiz! I didn't realize that our mailman had been workingso 1_
and City Officials In making this a city where everyone can hard these last two weeks.. Another one, yet; Vera Williams 1 WALL
walk without fear. Lets use guns for protection and not for did not go directly to New York,she also went Expo 67
snuffing out lives. in Canada. Sez she's still on vacation. Mayme's gang: Betty rvuCi
Timmons, Shirley Seldon,Barbara Sergeant,Lucille Glass and PAINTLATEX
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Delores West Jean Solomon say that in order to read and understand Stanley
Sweeting and "Scoop" Bethel's colums, you have to be "Old
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: R.C. Coleman, St. Miami. They together once every week to discuss the col
ums and try to remember who the folk are that are mentioned.It 2E
GOLFER OF THE WEEK: Jackie Day [ is a riot to hear them saying, "oh, you know that is so and ruT ;, I
so's cousin or sister." Well fellows, at least you know they .

VIP OF THE WEEK: Mrs. Athalie Range read. your column, along with thousands of others Don't
you think I've said enough for this week? So,, till the next one, LATEX WALL PAINT IN BEAUTIFUL COLORS!
We attended the Intercollegiate Music Festival, sponsored :LIVE LIFE, EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT. PEACEI! HERE'S PAINT YOU CAN TRUST!
by Trans World Airlines, that was held at the Miami Beach --- Even if it's the first time you've painted.
Auditorium last week. The finals were held Saturday night and
with a brush or roller you'll get a beautiful
it was a gas."These WhIte College Students ain't fooling," wasa Blanche Calloway EMCEES Job you simply cannot get poor results
word I heard from one of our friends who attended this affair. with "Royal Duchess P.V.A. Latex.
It was a competition of Colleges from all over the United JAMES E. SCOTT COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONDAY

States, and more than 7,000 bands, combos, and Jazz singers CARE COMMITTEE'S 'b.. t Duchess MASONRY 399uta
participated. Original compositions and arrangements were ..
the order of the day, and they were great. There was only 'MOD SPRING FLING'
one Negro participating in the entire affair on the final night, WHITE ALL PURPOSE
and he was Oliver Nelson, a judge in the contest, who is alsoa 'b.. t Ducll sa 4&1u1a
world-wide renowned composer and arranger. The Junior A Benefit Variety Show ENAMEL ..
Neophonic Orchestra of Southern California played two of his
compositions, which made us very proud. Other judges were Tuesday, May 16tb, 1967 1t 1at Duc essWHITE EXTERIOR 311
Bob Share Woods and Norman {
McFarland Phil Rev.
O'Connor, the Jazz Priest. (Can he play a piano!) Eight $200
individual solo award went to Ohio State University compliments AUDITORIUM 8:00: P.M. SUPERIOR QUAliTY
of Duke Ellington Mac McIntosh, who led the Ohio State Bigal Duchess SPAR VARNISH 319
University Band to honors, won the award forbest original .
song called in my mind's own eye." We like the one that
he wrote for his wife, Roberta,called You turn me on some- "SEC"
thing fierce." Some of the folk we saw there were: "Sport" KOOL-KOTE ROOF PAINT KIT
Anderson, Charlie Austin, Judge and Mrs. John Johnson, Nat
Perkins, Harcourt Clark, Dino Caras and family, Willie and
Sadie Temple, Patrick Range, Alma Stevens, J.D. Mack and MASTER KIT FOR TILE ROOFSWh.n
Y I IK you figure labor-coil you
Eric Knight. It was a very enjoyable evening.On tave when you do your own root
painting. II makes this low price

Sunday morning, there was a program on TV sponsoredby Frank Williams Rocketeers : I evtn more valuable youl
the New YorkState Department of Education, called "Cam INOUON POP A"IIAGI IOOU
era Three," on Channel 4. This programwas"Walk Down Mi FEATURING LITTLE BEAVER
Street" and featured youngpeople, six of whom were Ne- .YI.IIIciiAII: n
groes. It was a beautifully staged show, asking the people of FASHIONS BY PATRICIA
America to walk down the streets those whom they call bro- AND KING THE TAILOR THRU 45lb. Pkgt. Kool Kot. .iJI
how would like to live that street. One
ther, and see they on WITH THE MIAMI DOLPHINS' FAINT TWO Lib. Pkg. Mildewkiller |
portion that really struck home was a song that they sang,
(11.Lh) ONE fibre Brwth(6V
that went something like this: "Our friends are embarresedby Willie West and Jimmy Warren REGULAR
all this color around they keep moving from us, and soon BANDS VOCALISTS DANCERS ( >-ln.)for applying. $21.41
we'll berunningthistownOnenation4ndivisible- on mov-
ing, and you'll be free. .. and oh, Lordy, so will we." These GUEST CELEBRITIES
young people had a message that if the older folk would Just
leave them alone, they will get along. They were all studentsof
the New York Bdard of Education, and did a wonderful Job. $1.25 AT DOOR
you're home next Sunday morning, watch Camera Three


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CONSCIENCEBY Senator Mondale Surprised By Dr. King's Snub of


HOME BOY President Johnson's Civil Rights Record :.

Hey! Cousin, I am but one In the citizenry of our community Senator Walter F. Mondale ed not because of the names rights movementLydon Johnson who united the peopleand
but if all other toneues choose silence mine shall speak fore,; Minnesota told the Senate Dr. king mentioned but be- Johnson was the leader whose the Congress behind the
those chnges politically, economically and educationallywhich Thursday that he was"surprised cuase of the name he did not total commitment secured Civil Rights Act of 1964 first
I believe will enrich the lives of our community's pos- and saddened" by Dr. mention. I think that to talk these rights in the laws of this proposed: by the martyred
terity, irrespective, of race, creed or previous conditions of Martin Luther King's failureto about candidates 'from a civil land. President Kennedy; that it was
servitude. mention president Johnsonin rights standpoint'without "I am sure that the Senate Lyndon Johnson who worked
From boy to manhood, I have seen the crimes of commis- commenting on the presi- mentioning the name of Lyn- shares my view that President hand-in-hand with Hubert
sion and omission by the pseudo political leaders of our com- dency and civil rights. don Johnson calls for an explanation Johnson has led the way toward Humphrey to prevent a filibuster -
munity place our destinies as pawns In the hands of a bigoted to the American peo more civil rights legislation from talking it to death;
political power structure whose aims then as now are to con- The speech of Senator Mon- ple. For no President in our than any other President and that it was Lyndon Johnson -
tinue the status quo as he is launched to greater political hori- dale follows: history has done more for the since the reconstructionperiod. whose tireless efforts and
zons minus the presence of unfettered men of color. "Mr. President, I was both cuase of civil rights than Lyn- ,Skill produced the overwhelm
Be ye not deceived by political appointments as a sign of a surprised and saddened todayto bon Johnson. P'president Johnson's civil ing margin and as the chief Senate -
new day for today as yesterday, we are represented in local read the Reverend Martin rights and equal opportunity sponsor of President
and state government as a grain of sand in the ocean or the Luther King's commentsin "When the history of the record speaks for itself. And Johnson's Fair Housing Act of
proverbial needle in the haystack. Cleveland yesterdwy regarding 1960's os wrotten at some future friend or foe must admire the 1967, I feel compelled to set
There is no time for ceremonies.The questopn is quite sim- who would be the best date, the civil rights moral weight and the far the record straight and express -
ple, do you want participation in government or continued poli- presidential candidates in struggle will assume central reaching nfects of that my sadness that so great
tical slavery? I know of no way of judging the future but by the 1968 'from a civil rights places in that history. gecord."I and eloquent a leader would,
past. In Judging the past I have found nothing in the conduct of standpoint.' "For if Martin Luther King know Dr. King cannot have" for whatever reason, cloud the
politics in Dade County and the State of Florida since recon- "I was surprised and sadden- was the apostle of the civil forgotten that it was Lyndon shining record of accomplishment -
struction which points to representation of "all" citizens in ana commitment. president -
its body politics. Johnson has achieved in
Soul Brother, it is natural to indugge in illusions of hope Bill To End Discrimination InState the struggle for civil rights I
when you shut your eyes to the painful truth as you listen to and equal opportunity."
the soothing Up service" of the office seekers and the politi-
cal Judases among you but have you taken under considerationthe Employment PracticesDiscrimination
life, liberty and happiness of the"little ones" of our com-
munity? Have you made reservations for their places in the because of dares it to be the public policy have been aggrieved can file IINESt
sun? Are they to continue their imageless existence into a tomorrow race or sex by the State of of Florida that no state agency a protest.If .
like God forbid! Be it resolved from this Weiss- PRINTING
yesterday? Florida in its employment shall practice discriminationin Florida adopts the
day on the life, liberty and happiness of our communities pos- practices will be a thing of the any employment practices, enborn bill, it will join the ma-
terity will be held sacred by an electorate dedicated to the past if legislation introducedby ,including hiring, firing and jority of states which have SERVICE
principle of representation of"all" elements our citizeneryin State Sen.Lee Weissenbornof pay, and it provides a method adopted: anti-discrimination
government. You will today!, send postal cards,telegrams, Miami passes the legisla- whereby persons claiming to employment laws.
letters .and phone calls to the members of the Dade County ture. '
Delegation in the State Legislature and to the Dade County Weissenborn's bill, which he I
Board of Commissioners, asking that Dade County be divided
first introduced
as a memberof
into legislative districts as representation of"all" people can the State House of Repre- MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE Miami Times
only be achieved through elected representatives from all the sentatives in 1965, has fared MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY

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Against Fortune Tellers Palmists, they are assigned to
., 1 before coming to the floor of
Senator Lee Weissenbornlast tutional on the theory that the the Senate for a vote). The bill
week introduced a bill Metro government didn't have has now successfully clearedall
submitted by the Metro-Dade the to outlaw such an oc- three Senate committeesand .. ,
power '. '.. ... ..;. ''i
should full
County Commission which cupation. The purpose of the come before the --p '11 ,".... I { k ,".1'
would permit the Metro Com- bill I have Introduced with suchan Senate next week. ""
mission to refuse the licenseof ordinance should it now feelit The Weissenborn bill de- -
a fortune teller,palmist, or is for the best interest of the
other person selling clairvo- citizens of Dade County. I v P/R: a, iP.
yant services, if the commis- would suppose because of Ma- 18 YEARS OF RESPONSIBLE
sion found these occupations to| yor Hall's interest in this mat- BUILDING SERVICE TO
be a public nuisance. ter that there will soon be sucha
county ordinance." '''II BUYING or BUILDING (&n.qramlaioies '
Senator Weissenborn said, Senator Weissenborn went on
"Mayor Chuck Hall caused to say he did not anticipate any CALL STANLEYPL
such an ordinance to be pass- problem in passing this legis- I-3CQ4 3
ed in the county commission lation, however, he does not at .Btoutlful) Horn ralJl a Jl. v,i r ti'st
several years ago. This ordi- this time know to which com- -
Built on Your Lot
nance was declared unconsti- mittees it has been assigned. or Ours

Attroctiv. Alterations I

Sen. Fincher Sponsors .Lot U and s Addition Demolish l y

I Your Worn OutHouse

Urban Renewal Bill ,and N.w Build Home aLo..l rd fuGA ,

Call U._'01. Foctt About
Tallahassee An urban- which provides municpalities Building
renewal bill which is sponsor of any size with the opportunityand Good Bonk Financing
says will allow Florida citiesto means of redesigning and
"attack the basic cause of rebuilding their poor or run- STANLEY BUILDERS, f
crime and disease and Juvenile down areas.It Inc.Lic.sss.d .
delinquency" has been introduced is a state wide, general
in the Legislature. bill, which permits the vari- 4mvrtd
Sen. Dick Fincher(D-Miami) ous municipalities to obtain all N. E. 79th Street
Introduced the bill Monday federal monies. Miami/Florida I



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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday 12 1967 13
1.1 "_ _h___ ._ .. ___ .. May j
ImprUYIIU uimifiunicaiion Between business Negro Writers

And Negro Consumer Conference ThemeHow Receive James

two-way communica- tions between America's business "Muket Developers and Two- panel, "The Role Negro- L Dow AwardA { r
and industry, and the Ne- Way Communications" Oriented Media in the Market-
gro consumer can be improved The May 18 morning panel, ing Mix," will have D. Parke Bontemps and Jack
and their role in this, will "Two-Way Communications Gibson, D. Park; Gibson As- Conroy will be awarded the
be the sub ject of a'threeday na- between Market Developersand sociates, as moderator.Pane- James L. Dow Award for their
tional conference of Negro Community Developers," lists are Kenneth 0. Wilson, book Anyplace But Here (Hill
marketing specialists next with Mrs Vera Gunn, Vera Afro-American Newspaper; and Wang). The $500 prize,
month in Houston, Texas. Gunn Associates, Philadelphiaas Leroy W, Jeffries, Johnson awarded each spring by the So-
The National Association of ; moderator will include the Publishing Company; Dr. ciety of Midland Authors, will
Market Developers will hold i following panelists:John Mor- Wendall F. Cox. Radio Station be presented at the Society's
their Fourteenth Annual Conference sell. NAACP; Ernest C. Coop-' WCHB; and, W. Leonard 52nd annual dinner in Chicago
May 17 19 InHous- er, Cleveland Urban League; Evans, Jr., Tuesday publi on April 29.Anyplace .
ton's Rice Hotel Outside ]Rev. Jesse Jackson, 'Opera cations. But Here is a revis-
speakers and NAMD memberswill I tion Breadbasket;* and Benjamin The speaker at the NAMD ed and expanded version of
methods and techniques Awards Lunchion will be Seek .....
explor H. Wright, Clairol, Inc. They A City (originally .It-
that can improve relations j IThursday's l luncheon speakerwill George Couch, Vic President published in 1945)), with new FLORIDIAN WINS $500.00 ROYAL CROWN COLA

between business,Negro be Horace L. Sheffield, Marketing, Anheuser- chapters on Marcus Garvey, CO. SCHOLARSHIPSpurgheon Hawthorne, right,
community leadership and the 1 United Auto Workers,Interna- Bush, Inc.,.St. Louis. the Black Muslims, MalcolmX. a senior at Florida A & M University, Tallahassee, was
consumer. I t tional Citizenship Legislative The afternoon session will be ., and Detroit, Chicago, and recently awarded a $500.00 scholarship given annually
The NAMD is a professional :]Department. His topic will be devoted to "The Professional Watts. It is a chronicle of the to Alpha Kappa Mu national honor society by
association of sales,advertising ,"The Negro consumercitizenin Development of Market Deve- Negro explorers, anderers, Royal Crown Cola Co., Columbus, Ga. The presenta
public relations, and j today's U.S. society." lopers," and speakers will include and adventurers who blazed tion was made to the Marianna, Fla., native by Harry
marketing speacialists whose: The afternoon panel, "Two- Robert Broksbank. Mo- new trails across the American Stephens, Jr., manager, special market activities, Mid-
major functions are directed way communications between bil Oil Corporation,Eugene F. continent searching for western Division, Royal Crown Cola Co. Announcement -
to development of the $3-bil-:1 Market Developers and Indus- Rowan, Plans for progress, freedom and of the Negro Am- of Hawthorne's selection was made at the
lion Negro market. Some 500 I delegates and guests are expected I Carnation Company, as Pepsi-Cola, President; and Arna Bontemps, one of Am- nual national convention held recently at Tuskegee
to attend the confer-I i moderator. Panelists are Joe Black, Greyhound Lines, erica's best known Negro Institute, Tuskegee, Ala.
ence. J 1 Donald Phillips, Pharmaco, Inc.. President-elect. Mr. C. writers, is public relations.
B. Davis
Outside speakers and NAMD 1 Inc., and Ross Leone, Carnation Southwest distributing director at Fisk University
is ''
members will present adI I Company. president of the Hous- and a visiting professor of English -
ton Chapter, NAMD. and History at the Uni- Rudolph Bradley Reelected

versity of Illinois. He is the
author of many books and is the Head of Masons
editor of American Negro

Poetry published by Hill and The 98th Annual Session of in Miami caused the house to
Wang. the Most Worshipful Union rock, with one of the short
Jack Conroy, born in Monkey Grand Lodge of Free And Accepted stirring sermons.
Nest coal camp near Moberly, Masons, Prince Hall
Missouri, is the author of The Affiliated, of the State of Flor- There were many prominent
Disinherited, the famous novel ida met April 18 -19,at Jack visitors to the session,but our
of the 1930's which was recently sonville in one of its most special guest was Grand Mas-
reprinted by Hill and peaceful working sessions of ter Amos T. Hall,Grand Mas-
Wang. Mr. Conroy, a senior this administration M.W. Rud- ter of the State of Oklahoma.
editor of New Standard Encyclopedia olph Bradley: was reelected He'was a great help to many of
: from 1947 to 1966,is Grand Master.Monday was the the brothers who heard his
i literary critic and folklorist. day of registration and meet- lecture Tuesday afternoon,
ing and greeting old acquaintances and on several occasions dur-
Prom duties I and that night the sis- ing our meeting's. He gave us
crushed in the rush may at the ters and brothers met in a Joint food for thought in each talk.

dance. Avoid the crowds. memorial session in memoryof Grand Master Bradley personified -
'For pictures come to the departed ones. Rev. H. his office "
DEAL'S STUDIO, 307 NW J. Benson, a former pastor of Alexander Lucas, Jr., is
2nd Ave. Open til 1 a.m. Salter's Chapel AME Church Grand District reporter.

May 5, 12 and 26. .

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The Hon. Percy E. Sutton, President of the Borough of Manhattan, New York
City, describes some of his activities to (I-j) The Hon. E. R. Bra; thwaite, who
heads the Permanent Mission of Guyana to the United Nations Miss Ann Jardim of
the Guyana Mission, Mrs. Theodore Kheel, civic leader, and The Hon. David Tho-
mas, Consul General of Liberia, based in New York. The occasion was the Smart BANKING AT LINCOLN?
Set's reception for Ambassador Braithwaite, also a celebrated author, who was namedto
his post in January. The Ambassador was the guest of honor at the "Champagne Full Service
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Dade senator Richard B. Governor Haydon Burns, and I '
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resolution No. 614,commendIng Tyrone Curry will be,)resolved by the Senate of the EVENINGS FROM 5:00 P.M. ',

Nathaniel Tyrone Curry of one of three teenagers to re- :State of Florida: That the said UNTIL 8:00 P.M. ,' r--
Opa-locka for an act of per- ceive this a ward at White 1 Nathaniel Tyrone Curry Is ,;: ,;
sonal courage. The resolution House ceremonies on a date to I hereby publicly commendedfor DRIVE-UP WINDOWS WILL BE > ?
reads: selected and i the personal courage that
Whereas, Nathaniel Tyrone the example set by 1 he exhibited so conspicuouslyon \,. '
Whereas .
8:00 A.M. UNTIL. 12:00 NOON .v. '
Curry did, on October 9, 1965, the said Nathaniel Tyrone 'I that memorable occasion.Jack's c. V \/$7J\\! I(r
perform an act of great personal FOR THE FOLLOWING BANK }.: ., '. r
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blazing house, and MRS. BESSIE RICHBURG

Tyrone Curry suffered first, FOR CUSTOMERS Has been with the bank since its
second and third degree burns STYLES FOR ALL AGES RECEIVING LOAN
opening in April 1964 and has work-
and still carries scars as a result T1i. V.ry LaUtt in M..'. Fa.li!... PAYMENTSLincoln ed in several ,
of his act of heroism,and, SILK MOHAIR SUITS. HATS departments.
Whereas, the said Nathaniel ITALIAN SHOE
Tyrone Curry was nominatedfor 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida is Your Bonk. Use it!
the award of the Young Am-

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14 THE MIAMI Friday 12 1967
TIMES May__ ,- _. .. ____

The CARDOFTHANS family of the late IN MEMURIAMIn ALBERT Michael Ivan Johnson, 4730

I-It t CARDS! MEMORIALS DEATHS I memory of our loved.one".- Services N.W. 24th were Ct.conducted, died May Mon 2.

day from the his Liberty survivorsare City
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chapel. Among

Willie Johnson, two sisters,
I memory of my beloved mother sad but loving memory of In loving memory of our dear r Brenda, Rosalind, six bro-

our parents, KNOWLES nother, "'-_">oM... thers, Bruce,Willie,Charles,
BEATRICE Robert, Larry and David.

MONCURand Mrs. Ella Mae Smith Lee,

6051 S.W. 64th St., South Miami -
SAMUEL M. MONCURwho died May 7. Serviceswere

1f N passed away held Wednesday from Mt.

try t' May 5, 1958 Olive Baptist Church, South
; ke 6 and Miami. Among her survivorsare

July 7, 1960 .. : husband, Mr. Fraley Lee,

respectivelyThere two daughters, Madames, Mae
is no death! The stars ; f Dell Pough, Mamie Lee
4 go down MRS. Sanders; one son,Dwayne Lee;
rise other shore who departed this life May 5,
To upon some one sister, Mrs. Mary Fuguay;

And bright in heaven's jeweled MARY LUE CULPEPPERCAVE 1963. three brothers Oscar,
crown We cannot say and we will not
Sylvester and Sidney.
They are not dead! They have say;
wish to extend their sincere
but passed thanks to their many friends That she is dead, she is just Osie Lee Jackson, 6212N.W.

They shine forevermore. away 14th Ct., died May 4. Among
LENORA McCALL CHERRYwho and neighbors for their cards,
Beyond the mists that blindus With a cheery smile and a wave
this life May 7 letters floral his survivors are wife,
departed telegrams, of the hand
here and kind deeds during Mattie Mae; four sons,
1944. pieces
Into the new and larger life \ She has slipped into a happy .
Johnie David
Bless thou the dead who diedin MRS. IRENE NEWMANwho their recent bereavement,and Bobby, Charles
Of that serener sphere. to staff of Richardson Kilpatrick; four daughters,
thanks the
thee this life
: departed May 7
in and Gone but not forgotten.
rest ,
May they
peace Madams
o lamb ofGodRedeemer blest, 1958. Funeral Home and Rev.P. Dorothy, Oletha,
and light perpetual shine upon Williams and St. Luke I Claretha and Mary. Services
Grant her eternal light them. "Your life is a beautiful me- W. Mr. A. G. Kelly, husband
Saturday 3:30 from the
: p.m.
rest. absence silent Baptist Church.
mory, your a And Family
Earl Cave Victor and An- Liberty City chapel.
in ,
grief mother
Sleep on
Willie Littles, son The ChildrenIN ; peace
I dear." thony Cave,Lonnie Culpepper,
_._ _
Homer Howard and
Darryl ,
Sadly missed by your child- Clementine Pettigrew, Lamar FRANCISMrs.
Erica Racine Goins Howard
MEMORIAM I ren Culpepper, Ronald Culpepper, .
IN MEMORIAMIn : AvisStewart 1260 NW
3310 N.W. 211th Street., Opa-
sad, but loving memoriesof -.- -. Hazel C. Sanders, daughter James Culpepper Essie, Rev.Lewis Ernest 86th St. died May 7th. Funeral locks, died May 6.Among their
Frank M. Newman, son Culpepper, services will! be held Saturday,
our dear mother, sister, and the survivors are Parents, Mr.
aunt and cousin other relatives.IN May 13th at 9:30: a.m. at the and Mrs. Homer Howard; one
IN MEMORIAMIn Church of the Incarnation,with Brother, Michael Howard,

loving memory of our be- Fr. Dear,officiating.Remains Aunt Miss Martha Collins.

loved mother, sister and MEMORIAMThe will repose in the chapel beginning Services Saturday 12:00 noon,

jrf daughter, 3 p,m. on Friday until Greater Bethel Baptist
7 p.m. Friday. Remains will
family of the late Church, Opa-locka.
repose at tier home beginning

8 p.m. Friday until funeral r ,

time Saturday morning. Fol-

lowing the funeral services,
the remains will be taken to

; Key West, Florida for funeral

services, Monday, May 15th
at 5 p.m. at St. Peters Epis-
\ '- l -'"--- copal Church with Fr. Reese,
A..J Si4 ZEOLA BANNERMAN Remains will
\ S' MRS officiating. repose -
MOORE at the home of her grand-
. May 12, 1964 daughter at 7B Fort Village

She always leaned to watch for beginning 7 a.m. on Monday

us, until funeral time Monday af-

Anxious if we were late, ,,; ternoon. Survivors include

In winter by the window, t. ,-.lam s .' three sons, Alphonso Williams -
In summer by the gate. Rodney and Garey Ste- Thonize Moore, 2057 Wash-

And though we mocked her JANET V. NEWBOLDwho MRS. MAUD KENNEDYwho wart; three daughters, Mrs. ington Ave., Opa-locka, died
M passed to the beyond
great May 7. Among his survivorsare
tenderly, Juanita Bennett; Mrs Hya-
this life
departed on May
on May 12 1966 in New
Who had such foolish care, 4, 1965. York mth Jones and Jacqueline Ste- ; one adopted daughter;

The long way home seem more Gone, but not forgotten. May U death City.should beckon me with wart; 14 grandchildren; five three brothers, Will Moore,
safe and Willie Gene Davis four
great-grandchildren. ;
she rest in and the
peace light outstretched hands and whis-
Because she waited there. sisters, Madames, Roberta
Her thoughts were all so full of perpetual shine upon her. per softly of an unknown land, Moore, Letha Howard, Mae
us, Mr.& Mrs. MaxwellNewbold, I shall not be afraid to go, Matthew Robinson (Better Etta Kelsey and Mary Lizzie
parents For though the path I do not known as "Moby Dick")of 349
She never could forget! Rowe; one aunt, nices and Ne
Ramona Jackson, daughterAnd know I take NW 14th Street died
death's hands May 5th.
And so I think that where she phews. Services are Saturday
ALETTIA TINKERwho Family without a fear. Funeral services will be held
isShe 3:00 Greater Bethel AME
departed this life May 12 must be watching yet. For he who safely brought me at a time tobe announced.Sur- Church.

and 14, 1966. Waiting till we come home to CARD OF THANKSThe here vivors include his wife,
Now the laborer's task is o'er her Will also take me safely back, Louise I ; one step-daughter,
Now the battle day is done Anxious, if we are late. family of the late And though in many thanks I Mrs. Margie Liverson; one Rev. William Butler, 118

Now upon the farther shores Watching from Heaven's win- wish to express sincere thanksto lack, aunt, Mrs. Mary Ella Rhambo, N.W. 45th St., died May 7.
land the voyagers at last. dow the many friends and neigh- He will not let me go alone one sister; two brothers. Among his survivors are wife,

Father in thy gracious keeping Leaning, from Heaven's gate. bors for their cards and floral Into the valley that's unknown- Annie. Services Saturday 5:00
Leave them now thy servants pieces during their hour of be- So I reach out and take death's p.m. Friendship Baptist

sleeping.On reavement. Words cannot express hands Henry Thomas of 84412NW3rd Church.
The Bannerman Brownlee
the resurrection morning Dixon, Stirrup and, Moore families -, our gratitude of appre- And journey to the "promisedland. Ave. died April 29th. Fu-
when the dead their graves re- ciation. ." neral services willbeheldSa- Benjamin Franklin, 14400

store. Special thanks to Drs. W. A. Mrs. Barbara Jordan, daughter turday, May 13th, 11:30 a.m. Polk St., Richmond Hts., died
Sisters, daughters, brothers, Patterson and Goerge Simpson In the chapel. Remains will repose May 7. Among his survivors

nieces and cousins are goingto CARD OF THANKSThe ,the Rev.J.W.Maconpastor Mrs. Madline Holder,daughter in the chapel beginning 2 are parents, Mrs.Emmettand

meet once moore. Sleep on family of the late of First Baptist Church oi p.m. Friday until funeral time!Essie Franklin; one sister,

and take your rest, we love you MRS. EMMA FLYNN Opa-locka, Range Funeral Mrs. Edith Bethel, sister Saturday morning.IN Miss Annie Maud; three bro-

but Jesus loves you best. who expired April 29, 1967, Home and The Miami Times. Mrs. Mildred Deleware sis- thers, Emmett Jr., Milton and

with final rites in Hawthorne, Emily West, wife ter Curtis. Services will be announced -
The Delaware, Bethel and Fla. are desirous of expres- Katie Lue Duhart, sister Three grandchildren over your local news

Tinker Families sing their sincere thanks to the Oscar, Dan & Eliza West, And FamilyIN MEMORIAMIn for time and place, but at this

h. .. many friends who were so kind brothers moment they are incomplete.

IN MtMURIAMIn and sympathetic in their hour sad but loving memory of

memory of my beloved of sorrow. Special thanks to MEMORIAM our beloved mother and grandmother Victor Moore, 2491 ,a. 5th

husband, Mrs. Evelyn Thorpe and the Ave., Hialeah, died May 8.

WILLIE EVERETTwho House of Albert. IRENE M. INGRAHAMwho Among his survivors are par-

passed May 13, 1966. t expired may 14, 1955. ents, Donald and Mary one
We love you, but God loves Mrs. Ruth Spivey, daughter May she rest in peace and may sister, Tabitha. Services Saturday -

you best. light perpetual shine upon her. 3:00 p.m. Mt. Zion
Mrs. Georgia L. Everett, -. In loving memory of our dear mother Ingraham & Walker Families Baptist Church, Hialeah.


And DaughterIN IN MEMORIAMIn Who deported this life May 12, 1965

loving memory of our dear "Co thou thy way, and I go mine,
MEMORIAM mother, Apart, yet not afar;

MRS REATHER ADDERLEYwho who depart this life May 13, Th."God pathways keep watch where'tween we are.And thee. and me";

departed this life May 13 1954. This is my prayer;
He looks thy He looketh mine, NE 4-4W
Gone, but not forgotten. May way 3001 NW 46th Street
1960. And keeps us near /.; .
soul rest in and
her peace light
May she rest in peace and -
perpetual shine upon here. Harriett E. Hart, daughter E. JOHNSON, Manager OX 1.9199
light perpetual shine her.
upon Juanita F. Rosemond, daughter
Clarence Lucky Wilson Emmett A. Twine, son
. ,
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and Family n . . . . . . . . . .

MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 12, 1967 15

RANGEEd CHRIST EPISCOPAL Law Enforcement Officers To Mental Health forum

Gooflen of 1832 NW 4th
Theo. R. Gibson, Rector .
Ave died Saturday April 20. Antoinette Silva, Reproter |Plan Crime Provention Centei
lie is survived by a cousin, -- -- Wednesday at Temple-
Mrs. Minnie Grata and many St. Theresa's Guild
sponsored A meeting of law enforement Prevention Center for theCol-
other relatives. Funeral ser- its annual I Pre-Mother's ,officers in Dade Countyhas lege and the role that this
vices were conducted on Saturday Day Tea on Sunday May 7, on |ben called for 800am.: May school can play in this vital
6th in the chapel. of'the Beth David
May the lawn church. Mrs. ';11, at the Everglades hotel by area.
Howard Casonpf 2121 NW Thelma Anderson :
Gibson was j assistant i attorney general Florida Memorial College
64th Street died Wednesday, the speaker. She was excellent May 3rd. He Is survived by a pn her presentation on the topic : W. Puryear,president of the Augustine, in 1968 and ground Forum will be held this Wed- will emphasize the positive
wife Versie; two daughters "Mother" and what we as in- ]Florida Memorial College will be broken soon to meet the nesday, May 17. There will be aspect of mental health as well
emma L. and Brenda; a son, dividuals can do for our Purpose of the meeting is to target date for opening of clas- twenty-six sessions throughout as answering questions con-
Howard; three brothers; one mothers. Climaxing affair ,develop plans for a Crime ses in September, 1968. the day conducted by 105 cerning the treatment of men-
sister and other relatives. Fu- was the Fashion Show including lay and progessional Mental tal illness. It is the fifteenth
neral servers were conducted various styles and fash Health volunteers who will annual forum 2nd is sponsored -
Monday, May 8th at 4 p.m. in ions. Remarks and musical share their knowledge and experience by the Mental Health Asso-
the chapel. selections completed the program with the public about ciation of Dade County which
Mrs. Maggis Cash Is 7j: such topics as "Careers in this year celebrates twenty
Darnell L. Jones, the young chairman of the guild. Mental Health," "FamilyService years of service within our
son of Barber and John Jones P M Agencies" "How treat- community. The purpose of thei!
died Tuesday May 2. Funeral Get well wishes to Mrs. ments helps" "Operationheadstart" Mental Health Association is
services were conducted on Rosina Gibson confined at and many other to make available to every
Monday, May 8th at 5 p.m. In Baptist James Cambridge topics of interest.! Admissionis person in Dade County infor-
the chapel. State Hospital, John Knowles rr free and refreshments will mation to better equip them to
South Miami, William S.Stur- ,4vJ be available throughout the face the problems of everyday
Angelia M. Bell the young rup, Christian and Miss Vir- bay. living. For those persons who

daughter of Patricia Bell died ginia Thompson at home. Sin- : The program begins at 8:45: need more Individualized help
Monday, May 8th. Funeral cere sympathy is extended the a.m., Wednesday, and con- the association strives for
services were conducted on family of Ada Nealy whose fun- tinues until 5:00 p.m. In the adequate facilities in the com-
Wednesday May 10 at 11 am zral was held on Tuesday at evening the State superintendent munity and for outpatientcare
in the chapel.RICHARDSON. Christ Church. of Education, Mr. FloydT. and effective institutionalcare
Christian will be one of the in order to return these

... panelists discussing "The individuals to full andproductive -
MT. ZION AME Schools and mental health." lives in the community.

7610 James N.W.Seymour 15th Ave.residing, died May at Rev. L.R. Brown, Pastor PHYSICAL EDUCATION GRADUATES OF The entire forum will be held Presently mental Illness

5. Mr. Seymour Is survived by Dania Florida MIAMI-DADE at Temple Beth David, at 2625 strikes one out of evey ten
S.W. 3rd Avenue where thereis
one daughter, Emiline; one The women will celebrate Dr. Demie; Mainieri, chairman of the Health and of free Also persons.

son, George,two sisters Mrs. their Women's Day Sunday, Physical Education Department of Miami Dade Junior the plenty forum maybe parking.reached by The public is urged to attend*,,,,
Isadora Gardner, Mrs.Letitia May 14, Collins ElementarySchool College-North congratulates two local girls, Millie riding either Bus no. 4 or no. and learn more of the facts
Hunter, neices, nephews. Fun- and / Both of about how mental helth be
1050 N.W. 2nd Street, Brown Storr Evelyn Dudley. are graduates can
eral services will be held Saturday Dania. have School. / and Miss 27.Among preserved.
They selected for Miami Northwestern High Miss Dudley those who will be
May 13, at 2:30: p.m. in their chairman Mrs. Mildred both in the fields of physical
the Storr are very capable speaking as panelists and Admission is free. The pub-
chapel. Jones. Morning speaker will education and recreation. Millie/ plans to enter Florida moderators are: Mr. RobertH. lic is invited. Everyone is wel-

GLENDALE BAPTIST be Mrs. L. Bradley and even- Atlantic University at Boca Raton and Evelyn will attend Simms, Mrs.James Chambers co me to attend as many or as
ing speaker will be Mrs. C. Florida A&M University. Carrie Meek, an associate Mr. James, W.White- few sessions as they wish.
Rev. B.L. Turner Pastor]Fulllns of Pompano Beach, Fla. professor in the physical education department looks on. head, Father A. Tyrrel Dear, Wednesday, May 17, at Temple
R.M. Harrington ReporterOur guest soloist Mrs. Bernice
Richard Weatherley, and Beth David 2625 S.W. 3rd
GA Focus Week will begin Cooper ofGreaterWardChapel Judge Sidney M. Weaver of the Avenue, Miami Florida.
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16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 12, 1967

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,I I South Florida Conference Laymen Hold Electoral CollegeFort 1 ------ .

Pierce-- Numerous I church? Such were the ques- -F.A. Allen, Miami Dist, and tion by Mrs. Henderson; \

I were the great leaders of Afri- tions these virtuous men and H.J. Benson,West Miami Dist. Anne Smith, Miami; Mrs.MrS.l

can Methodism In attendanceat women asked themselves as were in attendance to give the Baldwin, West Palm ; I

the Electoral College that they registered their supportto laity a boost. Practicallyevery Mr. Samuel T. Piper,

was held at St. Paul AME themselves and other can- minister of the South bourne; Mr. Willie Scott, MI-

TEMPLE BAPTIST Church of which Rev L.H. didates for election the Gen Florida Conference visited ami; Mr. Charles Terrell, WOMEN'S DAY AT ZION

Holland Is pastor, Rev.J.B. eral Conference in Philadel- this great session. The con- Hallandale and Mr. Daniel HILL MAY 21

Missionary Amelia Hepburn Blake, host Presiding Elder phia, Pa., in 1968. ference laymen gave a unanimous Hill, Lake Wales. The alter-
from the Bahamas will be the and Bishop E.G. Hatcher, Pre- Presiding Elders J.B. Blake, endorsement to Rev. S. nates are: Mrs. Maola Mon- The Women of Zion Hill Bap-

Mothers' Day speaker at the siding Prelate. Ft. Pierce Dist.; A.A. A. Cousin for, the Bishopric.Mrs. roe, Ft. Lauderdale; C.W.I I list Church will celebrate

I 11:00 a.m. service. She suc- Where are we going from Williams, Palm Beach Dist.; Irene L. Taylor, conference Penny, West Palm Beach; I their annual Women's Day

ceeded the late mother Ethel here? What do we owe our, J.A. Roberts, N. Miami Dist.; lay president was Mrs. Gladys Tucker, Belle- services on the third SundayIn
:._ If Iffl I May. The new location of the
Hunter as leader of the Cat Island elected as president 01 me glad ; James: m. Darling, Miami -
District Women'sCon- MOlliE R'S PRETTY Electoral College and Mrs. ; Mrs. Daisy Tucker, Eau I church is 2385 N.W. 60th St.,
it 24th
vention, and comes highly re- HAT TEA Bernice, S. Henderson was Gallie; Mr. Allen Lawrence, : Avenue.

commended. The oldest mo- elected as secretary. A com- Perrine; Mrs. Zadie M.John-

ther will be honored as Queen There wil be a Pretty Hat Tea mittee of representativesfrom son, West Palm Beach.

for the day. Others to be given on Mother's Day in the the five districts was

specially honored are the Christian Aid Missionary chosen to supervise the au- These delegates promised

youngest mother, the mother Baptist Church, Rev. Kelly thenticity of credentials.With their ardent support to the

with the largest number of a pastor. The Tea is sponsoredby harmony and brotherlylove cause and their attendance to

children present and the the First Cathedral Spiri- the election was carriedout every session of the forthcoming -

grandmother with the largest tualist Council of which Mrs. with no repudiation of any- General Conference."God

family present. You are invit- Altheria Williams is presi- one involved. Delegates elect- Our Father, Christ Our Rede- .. '.

ed to spend the day at Temple. 3 dent. ed were: Mrs.Irene L. Taylor, emr, Man Our Brother" makeus :
The 37th anniversary of the The program chairman Mrs. elected unanimously on a mo- workers together with God. i:: :

church and pastor will be celebrated r Ann Ware announces that the ; ,, '

next week from Mon- Mighty Wonders, the Spiritual FRIENDSHIP M. B. )i f, ( "J'
day through Thursday night, Harmonizers and the Miami t.', ,..
closing on Sunday, May 21. All-Stars will appear. Mrs. Rev. J.E. Jenkins, Pastor ..I
Each evening,begfnnlngat 8.00 Irma L. Lynch will speak on Rev. Jarius W. Dunn, PastorOn Ruby Lee Carr, ReporterOur Mrs. Perkins
Unheralded Mothers.* last morning two
p.m., a different group of auxiliaries Sunday Deaconesses with Sister
will be sponsors with Recognition will be given to candidates were baptized at Lilly Ross as president are in The Wemen of this church

different pastors and their Mrs. Rosetta Wells the oldest and youngest mother Virginia Key. We welcome charge of arrangements of have chosen two faithful,dedi-
congregations in charge. and to the person wearing the these members who have Join cated and ardent Women to be
Mrs. Rosetta Wells, Chair- with to work in the masters services as it is Mother's Day.
This Saturday the men will prettiest hat. us Superintendent for the will their guest speakers for the
man of our Annual Women's The church is locatedatHIO vineyard. All members please day
sponsor their kick-off Men'sDay 11: a.m. services. Mrs. Mar-
dinner at the home of Mrs. Day, wishes to express her N.W. 58th Terr., and the program remember your prayer ser- be Sister Ruby Lee Carr. Jorie Perkins, a member of
many thanks to each and will begin at 4:00 vice on Tuesday night. Highlights of the lesson by Sis.
Eva Gibson, 1938 N.W. 5th pi. Greater New Bethel Baptist
Robinson and all
Donation one dollar.Chairmanand everyone who helped make this Daughters, sons and fathersare Deacon Pecke is asking all Essie M. Church, Rev. W.K. Smith pas
annual observance one of the their classes will be taught by wo
co-chairman, Deacons asked to give mother a members to remember

George Hepburn and A. Hanna greatest days in the history of treat on this day by escortingher obligation for the monthly men. tor.The evening speaker is Mrs.

are asking every member to our church. We also extend to this tea. An enjoyabletime rally. Deacon Pecke is chair- The beginning of morning Thelma Howard of First Bap-

give full cooperation.The thanks to our many visitorsand is in store for all. man for the rally which will service the occasion will be tist Church, Rev. W.J. Macon,
friends for their brought by Sis.Ola Bell Reese.
supportfor end on the last Sunday in May. pastor. Both speakers will observe -
contest between the boys through them and the Please report all candy moneyto Presentation of flowers by Sis "Christian .'\
the theme
and girls of the Templeites splendid efforts of our captains MT. SINAI Deacon Pecke. Jerlean White Mistress of InHarmony"
Women Working Together
choir will culminate on did well finan Ceremony Sister Lena Hooks
we very The Deacons will be in chargeof
the third Sunday afternoon. Rev. Albury delivered the the pastor of Zion
service will be
cially. We raised $2,846.58. Baptismal
the Barbecue sale on Satur
Will the boys or the girls win? Mrs. Louise Culver, Chair- morning services last Sunday. day. The sale starts at noon. held at Jordan Grove Baptist Hill, says the cooperation of
all women and men of the faith
The Committee on
Mrs. Zora Ferguson suffereda man of the program committee Steering Deacon Perkins is chairmanof Church, at 8:00 a.m. The No.
in the Lord Christ Jesus will
behalf of the church at large
neck injury In a traffic accident also extends ahearty t thank:I the sale. Please go to the 1 Women's group is sponsor be I
Saturday afternoon.She to her co-workers and many express warm feelings of church and help the deacons on ing a trip to Ocala,Fla.Silver

was taken to Jackson Mem- friends. We are truly I grateful gratitude for a most successful* The Pastor's Aid Club will Springs, and the Six Gun Ter-

orial hospital but is conva- to the Choir No. 2 and the drive. AheartfeltThantYou.is honor, The oldest mother,the ritory May 19. Bus will leave ':"

lescing at home.Also Improv- Usher Board of St.James AME extended to twenty-eitht youngest mother and the the church at midnight and return -

ing at home is Mrs. Eva De- church, we extend many mother with the largest family May 20 midnight. Donations

lancy who was hospitalized fora thanks to the participants of isextended to the twenty-eight,,on Sunday at the morning ser- adults $10, children $5.
few hours because captains and Jr. Church that Call sister Essie Bush sis-
Monday We can never express the vice. Please worship with us or
of a diabetic attack. Our get- thanks we have in our hearts worked untiringly and with on this glorious day. ter Josie Mae Lewis,at churchFR. a
well wishes to them and all sincere dedication in projecting 36021 for information.
go enough, however, orchids and Our BTU will present a pro-
the sick and shut-ins. roses are extended to each and the drive. God bless and gram honoring mother on Deepest sympathy to Deacon
of for keep you. R.D. Williams in the loss of d4
everyone you making our Sunday at 5:30 p.m. a recep- *
The fourth Sunday is Bac-
day a very successful one! tion will be held after the pro his uncle, Rev. William
here at
ZION culareate Day Mt. Butler.
Mrs. Iva. smith, Reporter.
Sinai. The Junior Matrons are gram. Tune in to Channel 10 ,at the
The Pastor officers and
Paul Freeman Pastor ,
presenting their second annual
beginning of each program day
members will with
Sis. E. Jackson. ReporterThe SHILOH Bacculareate morning ser- worship and the conclusion of the day
Rev. J.D. Woodley in his an-
vice. Come out and help encourage -
pastor is asking all Rev. A.M. Griffin, PastorSis. the children finishing niversary on Wednesday nightat for meditation moments by our

members to go to Dayspring C.M. Myles, ReporterThe high school this year.A 8:00 p.m. all are asked to pastor .starting Tuesday ; .* t.A

Missionary Baptist Church special meeting! will be held be present at the Freewill morning.We elated Mrs. T. Howard
Friday night May 12. were to see so
Baptist Church.
We are saying to all our visitors Women are working very Thursday, May 18, for the pur- many of our sick members Sister Gertrude Pickett,
that they are always wel- hard for their annual Women's pose of calling a pastor. We able to be in service. Come to
chairman Sister Margarete
must have 2/3 vote of the ,
which will be heldthe church have faith
Day your lifted.
to come and worship with
come Rambo, co-chairman and Rev.J. .
membership in order to do
fourth in Mother's
Sunday May. Happy Day To All.
this. Therefore, we are urg- GAMBLE'S MEMORIAL 1 Pickett, pastor.GREATER .
us.Don't The No. 1 Choir will have a
forget to pray for the "Tribute to Mother's" Tea ing everyone to come. Your CHURCH OF ODIN

sick and shut- \ and don't for- Sunday afternoon, at 300pm. presence is requested also at CHRISTElder

get to come to church and at the church. Every memberand the Prayer Meeting Monday, J.C. Jackson, Pastor ST. PAUL AME

have your faith lifted. friend is invited. May 14, extending through the Nathaniel Thomas, ReporterOn Rev. T.C. Kelly, Jr., Pastor NEW

The No 1 Usher Board is week. All services begins, at last Sunday night the Mary Amos, ReporterThe BETHEL BAPTIST

NEW BETHANY having Gospel Train of sing 8:00 p.m. minister W. Seabrooks, Jr. Rev. S.A. Cousin, Pastor
ing after church services Sun- Let us continue to pray for closed the celebration of the pastor is asking that all

Rev. F.L Carter, Pastor day night. our sick and shut-ins. 30th anniversary of Gamble Senior Choirs and the male The Sunday school invites all

Thursday night the Jr. Choir Memorial. We are taking this chorus to blend together on the to attend its anniversary pro-

We are cordially inviting No. 1 Usher Board, Pastor and GRACE moment to appreciate our second Sunday Mother's Dayso gram, Friday nigh; at 8:00 pm
our many con- congregation will Journey to gratitude of thanks to those that we may have a full choir Also each mother is invited to

cluding of our pastor's anni- Carver Ranches to Rev. Tay- who helped us make the anni- stand. The Missionary Society attend Sunday school with her

versary, and many thanks to lor's church. versary ,to be a successful one. has planned a program for children Sunday morning.The .

the Rev. Shipp, and New Mt. Sister Colson and sis.Clarke Rev. W.F Savoy, PastorA The reporting of clubs are as your enjoyment so plan now to Right Rev. Sir Eugene
Moriah for their service
ren- will have a Sandwich Sale! Fri- happy Mother's Day follows: attend one of the services on Hatcher will deliver the Mo \
dered to
us on Tuesday night. day in behalf of Women's Day to everyone, and certainly Club No. 1 $452.32; Club No. Mother's Day. ther's Day sermon at 11:00

The address is 1250N.W. 66th churches should be filled this 2, $650.45; Club No 3, $732.76; Would you like to enjoy and a.m. The mother with the largest \
On this Tuesday night May 16, Street. Sunday. We look forward Club No. 4, $480.31; Club No. see the Junior's at their best family will be honored. \\
Rev. Smith and Jordan
R. The No. 2 choir will have a having a fine morning service; 5, $732.31; Total, 304815. then plan to attend the Musical Thursday, May at8:30pm $
Grove will render service for
pie sale at the home of sister On Sunday, May 14, Mother's Program sponsored by the Ushers' Board No. 3 will meet \!

us. On Wednesday night Rev. Gusie Coleman 1320 N.W. 69th having a fine morning service. Day is to be observed at Gamble Junior Usher Board May 21, at 1521 N.W. 55th St. Mrs. M
Mack New Macedonia
B. Street, Phone is 6964177.The Congratulations to Arthur Memorial. Let's come out at the church please come out Louise Shorter and Mrs. \1

Hollywood. Rev. Willie Smith, pies are $1.00 each. and Zeola Jones, and their and enjoy our sisters and and help our children. Willie Mae Monroe will be \j

Macedonia Holiness on Friday Sister English is having a new born son's name is mothers in the Lord The social Remember our drive for the hostesses. Mrs. Florence

night. Rev. McGraney and Mt. rummage sale beginning, 9.3G: I Arthur Steven Jones. feast will be served by thebre- beautification and painting Washington, president, askall
will render the
Aron a.m.Saturday morning on 65tli I On Friday evening, May 25, thern of Gamble Memorial in program and bring an extra offering members to be on time.
service at 3:00 on
ing : p.m. street and 12th venue. Please. we will enjoy a family night honor of the mothers. You and so that we may work on Happy birthday to Mr.Adoni-
21. We
Sunday "see evening all of May come out and buy. All ofthesegarments program, sponsored by the yours are welcome to attend. hand over. 'Jah McPhee, Mr. James Wilcox -

hereto you. are 100% good. (board of Ushers. Remember worship togetherthis Don't forget our sick and Mrs. I Caroline Ward

please remember our sick- Remember to visit and prayto Remember, you are always week, because you need shut-ins and say a prayer for Laura Wilson, and Naomi,
and shut-ins. r the sick and shut-in. welcome at Grace. not walk alone. their speedy return to church. Wright.



THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, May 12, 1967 17


BROWNSVILLE Rev. A. Dear Rev. H.V. Stuart, Pastor
Tyrrel Vicar
Rev. W.M. Davis, Pastor This services on last Sunday The annual Mother's Day Rev. A.L. Shipp, Pastor
Sunday Bishop Har- What is home without a
The Women activitiesare
Day will be held at the Sis. Evelyn Souter ReporterOur
Donella Turner, Reporter program ,
grave will administer Confir- mother? Our children will be coming into the home-
church 14at5:00
Pastors Aid meeting will be mation to 14 adults and child in charge of the 11: am., ser- stretch and the chairmen are Sunday, May : Mother's Day program,

I held at the home of Mr. and ren, at 7:00: p.m. The public is vice on Mother's Day, May 14. leaving no stones unturned. p.m.The committee Sunday, at 3:00 p.m., askingthe

Mrs. Edwin Upshaw, Friday invited to witness this historic A lovely program is planned, Mrs. A. Wilcox and Mrs. My- with program the particiapntshave members for their pre-
night, May 12, at 8:00p.m.,the rite and to hear this outstand- and our own Miss Merry Gib- rle Bib son will sponsor a along been working hard sence. The public i s invited. ,
address is 7710 NW,19th Ave ing church leader preach. son will be our speaker. Tea and Fashion Show, onSun- and tireless to make very this The pastor is asking the en-
All young people of the church Everyone ever confirmed at Usher Board numbers 1 and day afternoon, May 14, at program to be your Sunday tire church, to remember that
I are asked to meet at the churchFriday i I the Incarnation is asked to be 2 will celebrate their 43rd anniversary 4:00 p.m., at the home of Mr. ,afternoon spiritual entertain- we are accompanlng him,
night, at 8:00: p.m. present as a "special guest." on Sunday May 21, George Devoe, 871 N.W. 43rd ment. Thursday May 18, at 8.00p.m.to : .
business is important. Our congregation was estab- at 4oo: p.m. the public is in- Street. Please come out and give us St. Luke Primitive Baptist

The Young People depart- lished 18 years ago on Whit- vited. On Friday night the conclu- your support.The Church, West Hollywood, Rev
ment will be selling potato pies sunday, and to commemoratethis We would like to thank the sion of the 16th Annual Baby members of Usher's 0. Taylor, pastor.

at the church Saturday May 13, event followingconfirmation Male Choir of Temple Baptist Contest. A program has been Board No. 2 wish to take this BTU each Sunday 5:00: p.m.
the reception will have the Church for their fine service Let us continue our
an effort toward our Youth planned for your pleasure. time to express their sincere prayersfor
Day. theme of a birthday party. rendered to us on our Men's Dinners on sale at the churchon appreciation to each person our pastor, sick, shutins,
The No. 2 Usher Board will Next week Father Dear will Day which was a great Saturday. who help to make the Season bereaved families and those in

be sponsoring a fish sell at the join with 104 other community success. Members wishing to send Tea and the annual Anniver- the armed services. Visitorsare
leaders as a speaker at the The of the church are always welcome.
church Saturday night. prayers flowers to the church on Wo- sary program a success.
The president of the Laymen Mental Health Forum. He will asked for our sick and shut-in. men Day In memory of loved Continue in prayer for the

Brother Hood, is asking alit! speak about "Planning for a ones will please contact Mrs. sick and shut-In members and
Laymens to meet with him Healthy Community." The NEW PROVIDENCE Hodges CE 5-8463. friends. LIBERTY CITY
Tuesday night after the second forum will be an all day infor- CHURCH OF CHRIST

Sunday.We mation-giving event to beheldat Rev. C.J. Burney, Pastor GREATER ST. LUKE FIFTH CHURCH OF

hope that all of our mem- Temple Beth David, Ernest Murry, ReporterThe CHRIST, SCIENTIST F.L. Thompson, Minister
bers and friends will supportall Wednesday. The public is in- Junior Young Matronsare Rev. 0. Taylor, Pastor T.S. Holmes, Reporter
of our activities.To vited. Admission is free. Men- sponsoring a Tea and Sis. B. Griffin, ReporterThe 1600 N.W. 54th Street
our sick and shut-ins, may to illness is not contagious; Fashion Show on Mother's Day "That which is born of the Brother Wilfred Cook of

you find consolation in know- mental health Is.With this for- Mat 14, at 555 N..\Y. 52nd St. women of the Greater St. flesh; and that which Is bornof Houston, Texas is engaged in
ing that God answer prayers um, we hope to start a com- Donations are 50? you are In- Luke Primitive Baptist the spirit is spirit." This a gospel meeting at the churchof
and He will take care of you. munity epidemic. vited. Church Invite you to their 4th verse from the gospel of Johnis Christ in West Palm Beach.
We invite you and yours to This Saturday morning at The Rev. Atchison, pastor of annual Mother's DayCalenderTea the Golden Text of a lesson- The meeting begin May 7, and
worship with us. 9:30, the Burial Office and a Mt. Calvary Baptist Church May 14, on the church sermon on "Mortals andIm'mortals" will run for two weeks, Ser-
Requiem Mass will beheld for will deliver a sermon for the lawn. The location is 4205 S.W. to be read in all vices will begin each night at

KELLY'S CHAPEL Mrs. Avis Stewart,longtime I Missionary Society on Monday 18th Street, West Hollywood. Christian Science churchesthis 8:00: p.m.
communicant, who died this night May 15. The public is in- Gifts will be 'awarded to the Sunday. The youth of Liberty City
last Sunday. vited. youngest and the oldest mother Reading room open to publicat Church of Christ will partici-
Rev. L.L. Dean Pastor
above location
Monday thru
will present. Everyone is pate in the annual activities of
Baptism be observed on cordially
Retha J. McKenzie Reporter
Saturday, from 1 to 9 p.m.
Central Church of Christ
Invited to attend.
Kelly's Chapel mourn the lost BISCAYNE Sunday morning May 21,
BLVD.LUTHERAN Weduaili/, from 1 to 7:45
churches of
and other leading
of one of their faithful member at 10:00: Thank you kindly, Sister R.
Mr. Calloway Ownes 5025 NW The church will celebrate our Harvey, sponsor. this area, in Fort Lauderdale,

14th Ave. The entire member- The Sunday worship serviceat pastor's anniversary on May JORDON GROVE Friday night.
ship wishes to express their Biscayne Blvd. Lutheran 22. Those persons representingthe
deepest sympathy to the Church will be centered Our consecration hour is held BROWN'S CHAPEL Rev. C.H. Smith, Pastor local church here are

bereaved family. around the theme "I Love Thy each Sunday morning, at 5:00 Rev. J.E. Brown, Pastor Eddie L. Gilbert, ReporterThe LaVern Black, Howard Bolden

our Mother's Day's Programwill Church 0 God" on Pentecost Let us continue in prayer for Sis. Regina Lamb, Reporter Women's million dollar and Carolyn Jones.This group

be sponsored by the pas- Sunday, May 14. Pastor Polenz sick and bereaved members. Sunday morning there will be project will begin May 21.The will be chaperoned Cook. Bro.and
sis. Robert LaVern
tor's Aid Board Sunday May will use Ephesians 1:15-23 as a special service dedicated to public is invited.On .
Black and Howard Bolden
14, at 4:00 p.m., we are inviting his text. Mothers will also receive MT CALVARY M. B. "all mothers"We the fourth Sunday, the wo- for and Queen are in
running King
all mother's and their special recognitionsince are asking the prayers of men will celebrate their 9th ,
this fabulous Much
friends to worship with us in that Sunday is Pentecost all saints, for our sick and Annual Women's Day Pro- program.
is evident with
'ttj honoring the oldest and young- Sunday and Mothers Day. The Rev. Samuel Atchison, Pastor shut-ins, they are sister Mel- gram, the chairman Is Sister competition affair of this kind. an

est mother along with other Senior Choir will sing Upon the The Pastor's Aid Union will vira McNeal,and Sister Mandy gram, the chairman Sister' We wish them much
participatng mothers of our rock of faith. All are welcometo be held at the Mt.Calvary Bap- Wilson, Our location is 6970 Mary Brown, is asking every- "Visit the.church that success.makes

.t church. Again Kelly's Chapel worship at 11:00 a.m., at tist Church on Sunday, May 14, N.W.,18th Avenue.. one to play his' part; you feel at home.'.
send their extended welcometo Biscayne on Sunday mornings. Rev. Preston and his congre- ,'

all of ourfriends. Speakerof Beginning on Sunday morn- gation will be present.The '.' '
the evening will be Mrs. Eli- ing, May 21, all are invited to service will start at 3:00p.m.

zabeth Jackson. Chairman i gather for a Bible Study of the Everyone is cordially invitedto SAMPSON'S MARKET.1 .
Mrs. Thelma Devoe. I book of Ephesians.Pastor Po come out and worship with : .
lenz will lead this Bible the members of Mt. Calvary
Usher Board No. 1 will cele- study
; '
brate their 5th anniversaryMay and the class will be using the?,and the Rev. Preston and his 1466 NW 62 ST. I \ ;:' ",,

21, at 3:00: p.m. with our [commentary written by Dr.W. congregation. A grand time is ''' "
pastor Rev. L.L. Dean deliv- Barclay. Class members will being planned. .
ering the message. The public 'be furnished with Bibles and Cynthia Johnson, is reporter. Free Delivery b965111LARGE J

is invited to come out and help'the Commentary. The.classbegins ,
us celebrate this occasion each Sunday 945; : am. ST. JAMES AME
Mrs. Mildred Ambrose, president Choir practic continues each PKG. HYDROX "
Thursday at 7:00p.m.and 8:00 Rev. F.E. Sneed, Pastor r

Remember the 'sick and shut p.m. The Junior Choir prac- Joseph Mrshall, Reporter 39

in and pray for them. tices the first hour and the "Sometimes we get a little

Senior Choir, the next hour. tired of the burdens of life,but
We always welcome new it is good to know that Jesus CookiesDOLLAR
MT. CARMEL voices to sing praise to God. Christ will meet us at the end

Rev. D.A. Bradley, PastorSis of life's journey" SALE!

Louise McGriff, Reporter FELLOWSHIP The Musical Tea given by the

Sunday is Mother's Day,let's R.J. McGhaneyAnd Trustees on last Sunday was FROZEN
remember our mothers, success. Thanks to everyone
forgive us our debts, as who to make this
There will be a Mother's Day helped possi- PIES PEACH 3 FOR j
we forgive our debtors. Matt .
Tea, at 2325 N.W. 66th St., ble.The OR APPLE )
given by the No. 1 Usher's 6:12. May-ites Calendar Club
that realizeas
I hope
Board another tea will be held everyone will serve dinners on Mother'sDay
at 796 N.W. 44th St. in behalfof I do, when they are guiltyof at the Parish Hall at 1:00 E66S4Doz (

the building fund,also at 765 wrong doings. I have always p.m. A Mother's Day Tea and _
been the one to ask for-
Fashion Show will be held from
N.W. 42nd Street the
given 5 LBS. SMOKED 2 LBS.
No. 3 Usher's Board. giveness, whether I am the 4 to 6 p.m., at the home of Mr.
cause of it or not. I think that and Mrs. E. Wallace 1795 NW
Visitors are always welcome CHITTERLINGS SAUSAGE
when I have confess my wrong, 41st Street.
remember the sick and shut-
in, and those who have lost then it make me feel very good Our Annual Men's Day will be
forgiveness does not exceptmy held 21st at which time
some of their love ones. May ,
confession, I am at peace Rev. G.M. Champion and con-

with myself. Let us all that gregation Wards Chapel CHICKEN .5 LBS.
ST. JOHN AME read this article, try showing AME Church, Hallandale, will
when we bewronged someone, worship with us at 3:00
Rev. W.A. Curry, Pastor p.m. WINGS 3LBS. TURKEY NECKSDIRR'S
that we are sorry. So until a At 7:00 p.m. Rev. W.E. Sims
Catherine Willis, Reporter later date, if God's will,thanks and congregation of New Hope SEAL '

On Sunday morning our pas- and my prayers for all of you. Baptist Church will worshipwith '

\ tor will bring a special Mo-- us. We are inviting you to FRANKS. .
ther's Day Sermon. Topic: come out and hear them and
God's Merchant Shipplan now GREATER GIBBS bring a friend. c
\ to attend The Young Matron CHAPEL AME On Friday night, May 12, NECK BONES 8 CBS'
Club will honor the oldest and Choir No. 2 will present"Heavenbound" .
\ Rev. A.J. Beard, PastorOn ,
In the church
youngest mother of the church.At .
7 p.m. there will be a mo Friday and Saturday auditorium at 8:00p.m.We are
ther's day program. On May nights, May 12 and 13, there looking forward to seeing you BREAD. 5 KING SIZE LOAVES
will be sale at the church
a there. We are to an-
16, the Rev. Roscoe Jacksonand happy SMOKED
congregation will render sponsored by Mrs. Nancy nounce that our delegate Mr.
service In behalf of Usher Stanley, for the benefit of the Willie Scott was elected to go NECK BONES 4 LBS.
Baby Contest.All are welcometo
Board No.1. at 8:00 to the General Conference of
come out and have nice the AME Church in 1968. We
r The Junior Church meets ASST. FLAVORS DRINKING
time there will be plenty to eat
feel honored to have
one so
every Tuesday at 4:30
: p.m.
Don't forget to visit the sick. and drink qualified to represent us. SODAS- 1NGLASSES fJ FOR
Annie Bell Gray is
Reminder the church anni- You are always welcome to
chairman of the committee. "
"Friendly Church.
-SUl June 5th llth. the '_

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Liberty City Child Opportunity I


Liberty City Child Opportunity Brown gave us a report from Williams and Mrs. Velma Ar
THE Center held its the advisory council, and ask nold.
monthly meeting Tuesday ed for two guests to attend the The dances were: Rooms 2

CHURCHES Of GOD IN CHRIST April 25, Mr. Henry Owens, next meeting with her.Mrs. and 8 Teddy Bear Dance;
President opened the meeting, Troy and Mrs. Slone volun Rooms 4 and 6 Cowboy Squ-
and welcomed everyone. The teered. Transportation is pro- are Dance; Rooms 5 and 7 -A
invocation (a parents prayer) vided. March; Room 1 A Creative
1ttW.1U4A was given by Mrs. C. Hinson. Rudv Williams in charge of Dance and A Spring Song.
parent activities was present.
The president then introducedthe
Mr. Farrell's comments included -
vice president Mr.Cox who
The in-kind contribu-
also welcomed all parents,and :
GOSPEL opened the house for business. tion response for the center NORTHWESTERN PTA
which totaled around $700.00for
The first item was the parent
last month; the parent lib- TO PRESENT AWARDS
library, it is open Monday- rary; the baby-sitting service
Friday, 3:30 6:00p.m.Tues-
: available for parents unable to Miami Northwestern's PTA
day and Thursday nights, 6-8 attend meetings becauseof will present it s annual scho-

p.m. Parent Librarians are young children,this serviceis larship award to a deservingson
Eva Mae Grace Doretha
provided by our student volunteers or daughter of a faithful
Lightbourn and Maggie Alex- : The educational PTA member at its May 15,
ander Staff librarian Claudine
meeting in session at the meeting in the school audi-
Thomas from 10:00 to
a.m. neighborhood center an invi- torium, at 8:00 p.m.
3:00: p.m. books maybe borrowed tation to visit our center, The reunion of the Dorsey j.
for a period i of two whetherfor lunch, a visit or Class of 1947 and the North-
weeks. Periodicals are also on stay all day; Mrs.Gertrude western Class of 1957 will be
hand, Jr. high and Sr. high Drasnin, the health program observed at the same meeting.The .
may also borrow books. Mr. manager for the day care cen- program will be g i v e n
(A Variety Children's Hospital Benefit ) Cox invited card every one to a lib ter s and EOPI program, was over to the Alumni who usually
rary and enjoy the books. guest speaker. The meeting present a scholarship to a de-
He also informed those per- and the childrendid
adjourned serving member of the present
; sons present of the availibility various dances in cos- senior class.
catucucg of home carepamphletsdonated tumes made
or supplied All Dorsey and Northwestern
to the center by a chemical teacher aides and The
parents. Alumni are invited to attend
company. Mrs. Henrietta dance instruction was given by this program along with all
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MATTIE MOSS CLARKE three of our aides, Mrs.Jo Ann PTA members and friends in
CARVER ELEMENTARY Sampson, Mrs. Jacquline the community.

01 3U South/at 'Mufyiui{ State SCHOOL NEWS

The instructional staff of Self-Concept To Be ExploredBy

CbU Of d/Mtdu Of/ God 9* eMi George tutelage Elementary of Washington Mrs.School Isabelle under Carver Blue the Top Consultants at North

has made great strides duringthe
1966-67 school year in Dade Junior High

MAY 16 1967 8:00 PM terms of motivating the pupil

population and implementingmany Four leading consultants on will consult during the day with
of their instructional the subject of improving the students on May 9 and with the
goals.An self-image will visit North faculty on the latter date.
above-average reading Dade Junior High School dur- Dr. Faulkner, who is consi-
BOOKER T. WASHINGTONHIGH club at Carver has named itself ing a series of presentations dered an authority on improving -
"Gemini Juniors" with beginning M..y 4.They wil I appear the integrated self-image
the belief that more and bet- ] under the auspices of the will also be presented at 3:30:
ter reading i will spiralthe Federal Guidance Project and p.m. on May 9 for a large group
SCHOOL members to heights hi- |the Learning Laboratory Pro- session.

therto unknown. According to ject. Two additional consultants,
the club's sponsors, Mrs.I.S. Dr. B.J. Paschal of the University Dr. Kenneth Smith and Dr.
1200 N.W. 6lt Avenue Blue, Principal; Mrs. Hor- of Miami will start the Carolyn Garwood, will com-
tense Joyce, librarian; and series, under the Federal Gui plete the three-part series of
Mrs. Vera Gallogly, reading (dance Project coordinated by presentations from the University -
teacher, the interest ascent ;Mrs. Miriam Pratt,at 3:30pmin of Miami. They will
has zoomed enthusiastically. ; the school auditorium. appear on May 16 and May 23
HEAR During National Library Dr. W.J. Faulkner, Dean Emeritus respectively.The .
Week, the members of the of Fisk University and Federal Guidance Pro-
reading club organized and i scholar in Negro folk litera- ject Unit and the Federal
SISTER MATTIE MOSS CLARKE presented programs over the i ture, at North Dade on May 9 Learning Laboratory Protectat
public address system daily. ;and May 11 in connection with North Dade invite interested -
Members of the club pub-i the Federal Learning Labora- personnel to attend the
AS SHE SINGS licized and stimulated a contest i tory Project, which is man- afternoon presentations in the
among all the classes to ,aged by Gilbert Johnson.He school auditorium.
decorate classroom doors to .
tic 1TlowWt resemble the cover of a fav-
orite book. Prizes (books, of I
course) were given to the class BTW Reading Program

Salvation a Luc"wd ot/ttu whose doors were judged most
effectively done. The prize fifth and final reading incentive Students presentation of talent -
winners were the following award program for the international under the
classes: Mrs. Yolanda John- 1966-67 school year was heldon direction of Mr. Kinzel and
son, 2nd grade; Miss Delores Friday May 5, with more Miami Spring's Senior High
TICKETS ON SALE AT Russell, 3rd grade;Mrs.Rosa than 380 pupils in the seventh, School Thespian Troupe under
Hutchinson, 4th grade; Mrs. eighth and ninth grades receiving the direction of Giberson.
Alice Shipp, 6th grade; Mrs. letters and certifi- Truly, this Reading Incentive
HEALS SUPER MARKET Vermielle Boone, 6th grade. cates of achievement in read- Program has created great
National Library Week was a ing. Thus, ending this cultural emphasis in reading, more-
great celebration for Carver. series for the school year.
the school
over, library cir-
4825 N. W. 27TH AVENUE Miami's own renowned authorof Mr. Harold Mast, Assistant culation has almost doubled

JOHNNY'S RECORD RACK children's books, Miss Jean Principal For Curriculum, is and the slogan, a good readeris
Lee Latham was our guest on the coordinator of this pro- a leader has taken greater
5996 N. W. 22ND AVENUE Monday morning. She talked gram. Heexpressed high impetus and impact on the
with the children about her praises and heartfelt gratitudeto lives of the junior high school
NORTH'S TRAVEL BUREAU writing experiences. The pro- all junior high school teach- pupils enrolled at Booker T.
gram culminated with the ers at the school for the time Washington thus leading to
1104 N. W. 3RD AVENUE Gemini Junior Reading Club and effort put forth to make better icitizens.: if tomorrow.
singing their original song.In this project a successful one.
ROOSEVELT SAVINGS & LOAN addition to the aboveaverage Moreover, the attitudes shown
Readers club, Carver's by the total faculty and student
6015 N. W. 7TH AVENUEPRATT'S pupils have a daily corrective body seems to be indicative of ,0' '" SPIIiI1:(
V S J4tst
reading program.This special a desire to improve and up Re {C.OR
DRY CLEANERS help is provided by Mrs.Vera grade the reading and self im- 1' EftE MI'fl

Gallogly, special reading age of these pupils.A tJ;
1545 N. W. 62ND STREET teacher. series of elaborate programs { ,

Mrs. I.S. Blue, Principal, is have enhanced the
especially interested in fost- award series during this .ORD SHOP J
ering creative endeavors. school year, thus, making this R }
etdu au6 Co 11tut a iettict Sllf1e1tlu. tur futt Soon the Carver Literary and a highlight in the life of the junior

Art Magazine will be compiled. high pupils enrolled at Bo- 634-9389

This magazine will include oker T. Washington.Special 271$ N.W. SI ST.
1TlIJ1tcSwaitf", isuict'htcaaio eaay, W once e 7Jeptllt.t. poems, songs, articles, and features, which highlighted this
art work which the boys and series were: HIaleah High
girls of Carver have produced.. School Thespian Troupe under NOTARY PUBLIC
J.K. Dove, is reporter and I.. the direction of Miss Sandra INCOME TAX SERVICE s
S. Blue, is principal. Riley; Barry College Foreign .

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Luscious cooking makes swinging parties!

We promised to tell you how to prepare Corny Dogs and here 6427 NW 18th Avenue 6915132GOT'EM
we go. But, before we start, we want to suggest"Corny Dogs"
potato salad or potato chips and a soft drink, like lemonade
made quickly with bottled lemon juice be the menu for those '
,., .
pre-graduation parties--when it's time to "cram" for exams. l.A (
No teen wants to be a high school dropout, so whether you 1'1.' \ .r. ,.
alone or with a small,select group of friends, it's very I.\..w... \
likely you'll pick i up some valuable information you did not l.t.\i.4'I'"y.r:\ ..' A,
know already. "':Rom.:,,>'i" '';I" ... iia1 BIG MAY FOOD SALE
Remember, it pays to be careful when cooking. It might be .., .
well to get the assistance of an adult in the family. Pot holderscan .f...
save you from burns, and pans won't upset and spill if the
handles are turned to the back of the range. This recipe is for
hot dogs and serves four, so you will have to anticipate your
i guests' appetites and adjust the recipe accordingly. 'J TENDER CHIC

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H.T.C. Grand Queen Prin- 'j t ,
8 skinless frankfurters
cess Emma Strachan was
Flour crowned Grand Queen of the TENDERIZED SMOKED
1/4 cup white cornmeal Heroines of Templar Crusadeat
1/4 teaspoon salt the Grand Conclave held in
1/4 teaspoon soda Jacksonvill, April 16-17. Her PICNICS25CLB
1 egg Princess captain is Minnie
1/2 cup buttermilkFat Blake, and Grand Princess
for frying (you may use part lard and part bacon captain is B. Louis Rolle,both
drippings) of Miami.
Sauce for the Corny Dogs: Catsup, mustard,and ReaLemon
bottled lemon juice(French fried potatoes or potato salad CHILD-SPACING CLINICAT o a

might be prepared and served, too), AND Wooden skewers.Cut OPA-LOCKA EOPI
your franks in half, crosswise, and insert a wooden
skewers in each piece. Next, roll halved franks in flour and The Opa-locka NeighborhoodCenter FOREMOST .' ,,;' :
shake off excess flour. Sift 1/2 cup flour, the cornmeal, salt announces the additionof and soda into a bowl.Add a whole egg and buttermilk(remem- a Child Spacing Clinic. The MILK GALLON JUG 89$ DEP,
ber, you can make a cup of buttermilk by adding a tablespoonof formal opening will be on May
ReaLemon bottled lemon juice to a cup of fresh milk). Beat 15 in the North Miami Health
with slotted spoon to form a smooth, thick batter. Holding the Deaprtment Center, at 14101
franks by the wooden skewers,dip frankfurter pieces Into bat- N.W. 8th Avenue.
ter, coating well, then drop into hot deep fat(Mom will show Nathaniel Perkins, EOPI's BAKE RITE 3 ft 49
you how) about 375 degrees F. according to your frying ther- Neighborhood Center Directorin
mometer. Fry until golden brown,drain on absorbent paper and Opa-locka, reports that the
serve as soon as possible with your selected sauce and with clinic will be held on the first FRYER CHICKENWINGS ': : i .
french fried potatoes,if you choose,or potato potato wnd third Monday of each mon- ., "\ i!,if. ; .
chips and dill pickles i .Watt it all d o w n with cold lemonade th from 6 to 10 p.m. There is 'Ik! ''\Ie' ,\it.. : 5 LoX $119 1
made with bottled lemon juice. Recipe should serve four. no charge for this service.' ,;:! '' <' ;ltf.::':! '
A cup of Jiffy Red Sauce may be made by combining 1 cup Interested men and women
chili sauce, 1/3 cup Rea L e m 0 n bottled lemon juice, one yhould contact the Opa-locka CHICKEN
tablespoon horseradish and cooking over low heat about 10 Neighborhood Center, 2338 All
minutes. This not only is an excellent dip for Corny Dogs, but Baba Avenue; telephone 681- BACKS 5 i8x 39C
also shows how ingenious you are in the kitchen. Luck to you. 4683.
This is the sixth night clinic
the Dade County .,. .
opened by .. "
Bethune-Cookman Announces Health Department and the FRESH
I Economic Opportunity Pro- LB
Commencement CalenderThe gram, Inc., agency fighting the NECK BONES 10t
war.on poverty in Dade County. .

63rd Annual Commencement ing of Wreath; and Senoir Alumni LIB CITY NAACP
calendar was announced Breakfast.
at a recent Administration Harrison F. DeShields, Registrar SAYS THANKSThe

Council Meeting at Bethune- announced that 173 Liberty City Branch of
Cookman College. Baccalau- senoir students are candidatesfor NAACP, wish to thank the SALES LIMIT ONEWITH
the Bachelor of Arts and
reate speaker will be Dr.
members and many friends of $5.00 ORDER
Ralph W. Sockman, Minister Bachelor of Science Degrees.
the Antioch Baptist Church OR MORE
Emeritus, Christ Methodist In a numerical!breakdown,he
family for the success of its
Church, New York City;and listed them as: 17th anniversary. Special
will Total number of candidatesfor
Commencement speaker
thanks to the "Liberty Social
be Dr. Myron F. Wicke, Gen- the Bachelor of Arts Degree Club" Mrs. Flossie Williams
eral Secretary, Methodist : English 10, French 4, president. Many thanks to the
Board of Education,Nashville, French and English 1,Span- Churches for the total I ofp423.30 TENDER
ish 4, Music 4, History -
Tennessee. Both exerciseswill
135 members.Mrs. .
be held in Moore Gym- 11, Sociology 31; Total65. Ida Mae Wright, chair- CUBE STEAK L8. 69t
Total number of candidatesfor
nasium Bethune-Cookman
on man, Mr. Richard H. Powell,
the Bachelor of Science
College Campus, May 28-29. Is president and Mrs. Rosa L.
Earlier in the week, the sen- Degree: Biology 13, Chem-
arvin is the secretary.
ior class will be presented in a istry 5, Biology and Chem- CHOICE CUT U. S. GOOD
chapel program followed by a istry 1, Mathematics 9,
Tree Planting Ceremony. Business Administration, HELP HELP HELP CHUCK STEAK LB. 39C
Other senior activities are as Business Education 14, Ele-
mentary Education 45, Phy-
follows: Senior Consecration REV. ROOSEVELT r
Service; At home with the pre sical Education-11; Total 108. FRANKLIN KENTUCKY OYSTERCHITTERLINGS
Grand total of candidates for
sident; Junior senior Prom;
Student Achievement Hour; the Bachelor of Arts degree Of Macon Georgia
National Alumni Meeting; and Bachelor of Science de- DIVINE 1OPAILJ.79DIRKS

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I. Designer Wins Second Place At Lauderdaleomen's Club Hobby Show I IMrs.

Elizabeth Copeland of shapes, built a dress around ..... IIir .,.. "'" ...... "" .... .... ......
and art drawing, 1- ... .. ,
460 N.W. 24th Avenue in Fort original i\ '. :
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Lauderdale won second placeat created a dress simply to car- :
tie Annual Hobby Show spon- ry hundreds of sequins and LE TEM Po

sored by the Everglades Wo- beads. p TH E LAUDERDA .d[';. .
men's Council held at the Lau Mrs. Copeland became interested .
derdale Women's Club. Mrs. in designing around t: i, BY PORTERM. DAVIS, JR.
Copeland's prize winning entry the age of 11 years old.She

I was a full length formal studied dress making in Wayne The Church Of God In Christ No 2 held its "Citizen's night"program
t gown made of Irish Linen.The Country Training School. A on Wednesday night with Mayor Edmund Burry and
basic design of the dress was Vocational llight School in Mr. Leroy Mizell as guest speakers. The evening was a mix-
the official orange tree of Georgia. She has worked with ture of spiritual intellectual outlooks and views on Fort Lau-
Florida made of bugle beads several midwestern and East- derdale.
and moon stone drops. ern designers attending ap-

j Mrs. Copeland, the designeris parrel shows. Recent visitors to our fair city were Mr. and Mrs. Isadore
the proprietor of fashions i Mrs. Copeland has 18 yearsof Mizell, Jr. and their son Carl of Washington,D.C. Mr Mizellis
t by Liz of Oakland Park.She is experience in dress design-
a native of Fort Lauderdale. The Mizell family was enter-
an active worker and a member ing and has added jewelry
tained by their many friends and relatives here in Fort Lau-
,. of the YMCA QuarterbackClub making to her repetier of fash- derdale.A .
and the Women andCirls Ions. She is a gold mine of advice -
for the novice dress mak-
Committee of
I the Northwest recent house guest of Mrs. L.B. Pappy was Mrs. Lilly
Branch YMCA. Her prize entry ers and an excellent counselorxor
\ Wiseman of Washington, D.C. Mrs. Wiseman has Just returned -
is shown above as modeled the dress purchaser. Mrs.
from a leisurely trip in Jamacia.A .
by Mrs. Hattie Roland. Copeland's pictured above In

Many of Mrs. Copeland's the full length white formal. testimonial Dinner in honor of Dr.Susie C. Holly is to be

gowns will be modeled by the U held on Wednesday, May 24, at the Galt Ocean Mile Hotel to
newly formed Y Teen Fash- enlist financial support to the Florida Memorial College.The
ionettes at the First Annual reception is to beat 6:30 p.m. Dinner is to be served at 7:30
Dance Extravaganza and I I p.m. The couvert is $7.00 per plate.The public is invited. The
Fashion Show to be held at the preferred attire for this affair is Informal.

North Fork Elementary Ranches. .
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School sponsored by the Mrs. Mrs. Rolandthe The Elks Lodge of Fort Lauderdale will be fulfilling its us-
Y'Der Cultural Horizons So- News ual quota again this weekend with a weekend Jam-packed with
ciety on Friday, May 21,at Copeland gets her ideas most exciting creations.She entertainment beginning on Friday, at 1000p.m.whenthe
000 p.m. Donation 50?. from everywhere however, has made dresses out of By Walte,aow. KAAP's sponsor their "Annual Black and White Ball." On Saturday
Like many creative persons night seems the best time forEverglades' circle shapes. rectangular "
.. .. night the class of 57" will sponsor a "Tramp Dance"
-- The South post no. 8195 will which begins, at 10:00 p.m. The Bethel AME Church of Pom-

have a night of games at the pano Beach will sponsor a Fashion Show on Sunday beginning
Participates In post Saturday night,at 4816 SW at 5:00: p.m. So comeone, come all for a weekend of gaiety.
17th St., West Hollywood. The
public is invited.Come out and The Northwest Branch YMCA's WomenandGirls Committee
: enjoy yourself. Refreshments cordially invites you to attend the third annual Mother Banquetto
County Oratorical Contest wnd music. be held Sunday, May 21, at 2:15 p.m., featuring Mrs. CoraS.
.The Fire Department of Car- Coleman, Dean of girls at Lanier Junior High School. The

TtJ..S. 1enpdrtment i- o#.Ind'she Department of Conser- ,Conservation District Pro- ver Ranches holds its regular banquet Is to be held at Walker Elementary School. $1.75 per

EVerglades;\i HighSchoof' "fatoh. ",\ gram?" This theme was meeting every Monday night, mother and daughter.
at 8:00 p.m.. volunteer mem- The Ballet Chapter of the Y'Der CultralHorisons Society of
I participated 1I theannual: oratorical The: then e'for this year'soratorical chosen to aquaint the urban
bers are still wanted. Walter the Northwest Branch will Dance Extrava-
contest sponsored by contest' was "Why population with the problem of YMCE present a
First Federal Savings, and Must The Urban Population Be soil and water conservation.The Blatch is president.The ganza and Fashion Show, featuring the Northwest School of
Loan Association Hollywood Involved In My Soil And WaterNOW Excelsioretts Bowling Dance under the direction of Mrs. Grayce Hansen and the Y
student orators were: League ended their 32 weeksog Teen Fashionetts. The program is to be held on Friday, May.
Marilyn Carlson, Willie Law- bowling Monday night May 26, at 8:00: p.m., at the North Fork Elementary School. The
rence, Monica Linzy Tha- 8. The Excelsior Men's Lea- public is Invited. Donation 50$.
Juana Miller, Elsie Romer, gue will end Thursday night
Hawthorn Scott, and Christine May 27, at the Police Benevolent -
Smith. Association, 17th avenue
and 44th Street, Miami.
Mr. Roy Campbell, Mrs.

r Maude Humphries, and Mrs. PROM PICTURESIN LIB-CITY
tiff Catherine Pratt who served as COLOR IFIRST RUN tBINYE
judges selected Marilyn Carl-
7 SR Deal's Studio
son as first place winner and IN THUTIIEI'
307 NW 2nd Avenue
Thajuana Miller as second
Will be til 1
open a.m. on
place winner
May 5, 12 and 26
Marilyn Carlson representing -
Call 371-5016
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the Dade County Armory May 4th, Dick Lee surprised the
fight fans with an outstanding boxing show. I can't single out CENTRAL MIAMI LITTLE LEAGUE
anyone fighter on the show more than the other. They were all
great except for the knockouts, and they were good while they PLAYING BALLSix
lasted. About 1100 fans were present. I interviewed quite a iF4' teams of the Central Miami Little League swung into action -
number of them and this is what they had to say "If he putson Tuesday night at Manor Park. Two opening games scheduled -
shows like this, he will have no trouble filling the Armory Service First Insurance and Kash and Karry in the first 75-
every Thursday night." The crowed was screaming, applauding minute game;. the second game between Lincoln Band and
standing up with excitement. It doesn't take name fightersto Earl's Market.
draw a crowd all the time. Evenly matched fights and good The remaining two teams of the league,Range Funeral Home
club fighters will do just as well.A fight fan goes to see action and Miami Times came on the schedule Wednesday night. +
and that's what they received. There was no squawk about the In the opener Service First Insurance had to rely on the
prices of admission. They were within the reach of everyone's long-ball to play Kash and Karry to a 6 6 tie. They collected
pocket. They also said they would like to see a return bout between three home runs, one each from Gerald Harris,who is a minia-.
Herb Siler and Moses Herr ell, and Jimmy Gibavitch and ture Campanella in the catching department, Donald Johnson
Ernie Burns. These two fights were humdingers,not forgettingthe and Johnny Johnson, who handled the mound duties.
other fights. It has been nine months without fights in Miami --'--'-'-- Norman Brown handled the mound well under the excitement

therefore, Lee deserves credit for starting out the way he Drafted by St. Louis HawksCarl of opening night for Kash and Karry; but was victim of weak
did. Most of these boys were not used around here lately, fielding by his teammates.The .
therefore, they did a tremendous job. The Gibavitch boys show- Fuller, a 6'9" senior Jack McClairen, then head- second game of opening night saw Earl's Market in com-
ed class for this being their first fight. renter with the Bethune-Cook- coach of the Wildcat cagers, plete command winning 9-4, with the home run assistance of
Results from last week's show: Bobby Mountain, 124, ko'd nan: College Wildcat Basketball sent Carl off to New Jersey to Donald Cleare.
Otis Bryant, 127, 1'55 first round. This was bard to take for I: Team was the 7th Round participate in a Basketball The pitchers for this game were Jerry Simmons for Earls
Bobby, when he hit the canvas,that was the blow that hurt him J I Draft! Choice of the St. Louis Summer Clinic. There he hada Market and Richard Me Farley for Lincoln Bank.
more than the punch. Herb Siler, 197 lost to Moses Merrell Hawks of the National Basketball chance to train with such It is thrilling to watch these little compact 9 12yearoldunits
193 in 6 rounds, a close fight. George Sawyer, 134, won from : Association. standouts as Winton-Salem of energy and enthusiasm give their heart and soul into
Jerry Powers, 129, split decision.Jimmy Gibavitch, 151,drew A native of St.Augustine, State's Earl Monroe and UCLA the simple act of enjoying themselves and those who are re-
with Ernie Burns, tough fight. Irish Larry Atkins, 134, won J I Florida, the Richard J. Star,Lew Alcindor. sponsible, namely the organizers and sponsors are to be com-
from Eddie Linder 138, split decision. This could have been I 1 Murray! High School graduatesaid mended for their insight into the good that can come from their

called a draw. Larry Gibavitch, 158, ko'd Jim Bostwick in the 2 in an interview today, "Ins Fuller met with misfortune generous,,, actions_
second round. Sorry don't have bouts for this week. Dick Lee i surprised and thrilled by however, during an invitational ,. ":< "'!">:}"11.' "''''. 'JIiii.--. ':'' '''' :' ..

must have forgotten to mail me the show.Anyway, if it's anywhere line chosen 7th by the St. tournament In Atlanta, _...- 9q erl. eFd
like last week, you have something to.look forward to. I Louis: Hawks. I never thought Georgia at the beginning this
Prices are; Ringside $2.50; reserved $2.00; general admission I[: would be chosen in the top 10 season. In the last game of the,
$1.50. Plenty of parking. Dade County Armory 28th St. t jy any pro team" He said tournament, Carl was involved .
and 7th Ave. however, that be was undecided in a collision and came out I I
of it with a fractured leg and r
about the Hawks' offer because -
A.B.C. BOWLING TOURNAMENT OVER sat out the entire According ew
: he plans to finish school. season.
When the ABC Tournament ended last weekend, one team Fuller was an outstanding to Carl, the leg felt
really deserved mentioning. They are none other than the team V Wildcat for three seasons Asa good enough to play during .
that represented the Trianon Lanes from Cleveland, Ohio. T. sophomore, he set a conference mid-season, but B-CC officials '
Page bowled 1753,. C. Bedell 1640, Capt. J. O'Neal 1663, W. tournament record by didn't want to take any ,, F
Tufts 1668, W. Murphy who bowled team 631, doubles 650, s scoring; 60 points. And in that chances. a v :- y; ;
singles 594 for a grand total 1874,which was outstanding bowl-same: year,he set a school rebound Fuller, who has 12 more credit -
ing. He received an engraved gold medal to be treasured for record with 488 in Z2'ames. hours left Bethune-' ud. Y
the rest of his life. R. Strickland only bowled in doubles and (: He was named Captainf Cookman College, is thinking
singles for a total of 1269. Most of these men were boarded and the Wildcats last season and seriously about playing another of.v
housed by Mrs. Nancy Pate who was present the night they vas second in scoring and re- season to find out just how
bowled and treated them mucbas a mother would. They enjoyed t IOUDcUng.lJiStuyne. strong the leg is.
every minute of their stay here. -

,,.U Xd'I.(! College Signs y
df ,
Yfit. //
Nearo Basketball Star (.
j 't j,. + +: J Biscayne College- Athletic from the corner to lead Pom- fit.. + rnA

...., \ ... ... ." ,. ,; Director Ken Stibler announced pano to an upset victory over
JIll. iJ. : ,
\ .,,; I the signing today of 5'10" North Miami High.
guard Keith Finley, an All- Despite his lack of height,
.... Broward County and Gold Finley led the team in rebounds -

-.1tTEAltnmnrrUNGRESS..-;; ...,.. "...."" II. tHAMPIOISH Coast Conference selection as well as assists.
Left to right: Roy Strickland, Chuck Bedell, Jack O'Neal, from Pompano BeachHigh Tucker Morris, Pompano
(Capt.), William Murphy, Tom Page and W. Tufts. School. Beach's highly successful
Finley, the first Negro var- coach saM- _"Keith Is bv far the
WHAT'S WRONG WITH THE MARLINSThe sity athlete at Pompano Beach, finest all-around backcourtman concerted tiny effortt swing that combat pacts juvenile a mighty wallop into the s
scored 590 points in 26 games I'veseen since I have been delinquency.The .
luck is not with the Marlins. They are playing a good for an average of 22.7 points at Pompano, Keith probably coach has gained the attentive interest of six
brand of ball, fielding is great, pitching is good, but they are per g a m e. During the 66-67 experienced more pressure that could spread to six thousand.
not hitting the ball at the right time when the men are on base. season, Finley scored 40 than the average high school
That happens in the big leagues also. Take for instance the points twice and scored over star yet never gained anything BETHUNE-COOKMAN SENDS PLAYERS TO PROS
world champion Baltimore Orioles of which the Marlins are a 30 points on five occasions.Keith's but admiration from both his Jack McCialren, headcoach of the Bethune-Cookman
farm team. What have they done lately? The season is young, College
40-point games came teammates and rivals alike. Wildcats, sent a record number of players into the pro ranks
so don't give up. Manager Cal Ripken isn't. Stick with them against Nor 1 and and McAr- Coach Stibler added, "I wasextremely this year. He announced recently the signing of Larry Little,
and give them all the encouragement you can.They will come thur, the regional runnerup to impressed with a 265-pound defensive tackle and captain of the 1966 B-CC
around. I am optimistic. Paul Flesner leaves the Marlins Curley High School. i Keith. He Is a real gentlemanand Wildcats and star halfback,John Knight to the San Diego Char-
Thursday to join Uncle Sam's forces. He is the leading batter He was at his best In the clutch I feel he has exceptional gers of the American Football League. Each player receiveda
with 387. The Marlins will miss him, he is a terrific short- games as witnessed by the ::athletic and academic potential bonus and a sizeable contract.
stop; great with the glove.They lost a catcher, also. Lou Coc- 68 points he scored in his final !I ." Keith compiled an out- Earlier In the month,Jerry Moore, a former offensive tackle
cia entered the armed forces. Sunday night's all family night. two games in the Class AA .standing academic record at signed a contract with the world champions Green Bay'Packersof
Everyone admitted for the one price of admission. Marlin group 13 tourney as well as the Pompano and he will major la the National Football League.The 255-pound lineman playedthe
schedule is Monday, Tuesday, May 15th and 16th, Marlins vs. in 1 Mathematics
last second shot he threw at Biscayne. past two seasons with the Wheeling Ironmen of the Conti-
Orlando at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 18th, West Palm Beach, nental League.

7.30p.m. Spring Community Recreation McClairen's most recent pro"picK'isCollinsSmith, a ,185- ?
DOG ACTION SWITCHES TO BEACH pound halfback from Mulberry, who joined the Wheeling Iron
Program at Junior College men of the Continental League. The Wheeling Virginia Tean
Miami Beach Kennel Club got off to a sparkling start last Is a- -farm-n_ wt./---- -. th...._..K'1InClol"'ftvl"'hf..I.___....,../ ..,........... .".,".,"uo.5...-.af..,. t.'". ".'.Hft1...","0.1.
t. week to give indications this will be a new all-time record I. There's still time to join in There are no fees for the recreation of the Continental League. Rudolph Barber, a 1965 gradual
season. the activities of the spring program sponsoredby who saw continuing action with this same team will be give*
ti i A crowd of 7,003 was on hand for the May 5th Inaugural to community recreation pro- the Division of Community another chance to make the Kansas CityCheifs squad whe:
}r, wager $306,948. This was 2,003 more people and almost gram at MJ a mi-Dade Junior Services and the Physical summer practice begins in July.
$100,000 over the opening night last summer. College North. Clinics and Education Department. Barber, a 245 pound tackle showed outstanding potentials!:
The Miami Beach. track has, perhaps, the best rosier/ o/ classes 1 continuing through pre-season drills last year, however, he was sent to Wheeling
grsy'unl'; I 1:" ." 'M'H'Pilmu: : ( .tt June 10, include activitiesfor before the
i i .j.: > Filler w w In addition to the scheduled first game of the season to acquire what the pr
thrilled to the competition among Discreetly, Copier and adults and for youths. I tennis clinics, there are 12 coaches termed "seasoning."
Comstat will find these three crack stars in action at Miam* Race walking, tennis outdoor courts
4 available for free play 3 NAMED TO ALL-AMERICAN CAGE TEAM
Beach.In games, baseball and golf make
J j from
Monday through Friday
addition, there are a host of Hollywood aces plus some up the Saturday morning program 4(each evening from 600 to SPORTS
from Jacksonville, Sanford-Orlando and even as far away as for youths, ages 7 to 17. j 1000 p.m. and Curley's Johnny Gay was one of three Floridians named Saturday
the Jaurez track in Mexico. For the adults, activities in- j From 9:00 a.m. to Saturdays 5.00 to Coach and Athlete Magazine's 100-man high school.
Action will increase each week as the track's best preparefor cludes tennis, basketball, p.m. All-America basketball team. ,
the first of 'the stake races, the Tex Rickard Memorial, weightlifting, gymnastics,golf Gay, 6-2 guard who guided Cur ley into the state semifinals,
scheduled for June 10th. Other big features are the 0 P. Smith clinic and a golf league,plus a For further Information, call has signed a grant-in-aid with Memphis State.
I Manorial on July 8th, the Go'd' Collar on Aug. 12th and the slimnastics class for women. John Takovlch, 685-4582 until Other players picked from Florida were Fort Lauderdale
'. JWg match race series with Wonderland Park for a purse of These are scheduled for evening 4 1.00 p.m., or 685-4260 after Dillard's 6-6 Josephus Dynes and Sarasota Booker's 6-8
$10,000 slated for July 29th. and late afternoon hours. ';OO p.m. Howard Porter.I .



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22 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 12, 1967

3 bedroom CBS, tilefeaturescarpeting LOVELY CORNER -36.droomsbathlivingroom,
AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY kitchen, dining area, stove, refrigerator air cond.,
garage, CBS, hardwood floors, new roof, $12,500
1380 N. W. LITTLE RIVER DRIVE Jrapes, laundry room TO DRIVECADILLAC FHA, $300 down, $78.25 month.

Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath, on the canal, a with washer, screened TO JER- bedrooms PROFESSIONAL, 2 baths or living BUSINESS room,MAN'S dining HOME room, -3 Fla

prestige home for professionals, large eat-in porch, awnings, large SEY, NEW YORK, room, kitchen, utility room, terrasso floors, tile
kitchen, beautiful groundsa must.. at the very fenceJ yard. Near bus, roof, CBS stove, refrigerator, air cond., waterfront -
BOSTON CANADA boat, fish swim. Full price $17,550.$3500down
down FHA
I low price of $19,000.Only $900 terms schools, shopping and $110 month pays all.
: this won't last.
churches. Drive by: JULY 26 REAL STEAL 4 bedroom, 2Vi baths, large living -
room, kitchen, dining room, front closed porch,
I 4755 NW 5th AVENUE 2460 NyV 103rd Street. AND RETURN utility room, lots of closets, CBS, 3/4 fenced.
Total $12,500. Only $450 down and $99 a month Shown by appointment. $13,000, $400 down. $83.85 mo.

pays all. Vets only $100 down. See this lovely Call NO QUALIFYING 3 bedrooms, bath, living rm,
corner, 2 bedroom CBS, oak floors, carporte, inspect WILSON REALTY I 'kitchen, dining area, large front open porchvinyl.firs. .
this 691.6166 B tile roof, CBS, stove refrig., wash ma-
i one. HE 4-6875 chine, some furnishings fenced, full price
$12,850. $1500 down. $99.88 pays oil.
5633 NW 6th AVENUE
I HOME & INCOME BEAUTY CBS, front 2 bedroom
I 4 bedrooms, total only $11,700. Only $400 down bath kitchen, living room, garage, Rear,
e FHA. Vets $100 down. Fla porch, dining room, bedroom, bath, kitchenette, living room, $13,500 .
breakfast room, like new carpet In living and WE HAVE MANY OTHERS
dining room. A nice home for large family. Buy A Home Today I CARLTON REALTY (BROKER)
j 635-3177
\ INFORMATION PHONE 751-2243 Anytime

,I ((1)) 1735 NW 57th St. 3 bedroom, 2 bath,

Fla. room, $500 down.
A. Ben-Kori,

((2)) 2345 NW 65th St. Brand new duplex.
612 NW 60 St. Fenced in, 2 bedrooms each side. Life's Bis! Buys

((3)) 2020 NW 85th St. $300 down, $80 mo. M1tJTh1i1!

No qualifying, move right in.

((4)) 2501 NW 158th St., Opa-locka-$300 down.
enclosed front
pK Pick A Winner Modern 2 bedroom CBS, carport,
y porch, awnings, Seller will paint, refinish'floors,
((5)) 2025 NW 91st St. Duplex. $450 down. etc. to make house like new. Bargain at $10,000

., FROM,$100 DOWN with $300 down and $62.22 month, FHA.

,.:; ,\,," '"' I:' ,*FHA' VA CONV. ((6)) 2101 NW 93rd St. 2 bedroom, carport. 'rt' ''.,It;
"!r $250 down. $72 month. ;, ,'I
\, ," NO CLOSING COSTS I w:'Frame house, asbestos shingle siding, 2 bed ','

Good location in Manor Park, 15th Court ,
ADDRESS SIZE MONTHLY ((7)) 1318 NW 43rd St. $300 down. $73 mo. down'and "\
7 near 46th St. Bargain at $5,500, $500 ::
I; 2 bedroom, Fla. room. month. Move ) ,'
$57 right inl 41
1876 WW 88 St. 2 b.d., 1 bath S 62.22

4 bed. 1 lih bath 104.55
112 HE 48th St.
2351 HW 85th St. 3 bed., carpet 84.44
\ 2 bedroom CBS and separate 1 bedroom on 1 1H
; <3165 NW 69th St. $20 week.
9020 HW 12th Ct. 3 bed., garage 103.27 lots at 46th St. near 17th Ave. Tile roof, enclosed

902511W 10th Ave. 3 bed, comer 98.78 5710 NW 7th Ct. $20 week porch, stoves and refrigerators. Price
NW 58th St. $21 week. only $14,000, $1,000 down, $100 month.
561 -
8811 HW 17th Av" 2 bed., 1 bath 74.41

3314 NW 69th St $22 week. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS /'.:
.. MANY MORE SEE 'EM ALL, F;, ;'1 2480 68th month. '
NW Sf. $65
Modern CBS on large lot,2 bedrooms,front porch, ,:
Aetna Realty (Broker) Duplex. 1 bedroom I' carport, terrazzo floors, awnings and awning"?_I
3168 NW 66th St$22 week windows. On 84th St. near 7th Ave. Price 'only\.JII1:\
811 HW 54th STREE $12,200, $400 down and $75.69 month, FHA.:"', ""<:
PHONE: 757.5724

FORD REALTYINC. Broker Like new 3 bedroom CBS, tile roof, large formica -
built-in kitchen, jalousie windows, awnings, .
3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595 gas wall heat. Beauty for $13,750, $1,500 down
Best Buys in Town, and take over FHA payments, $90 mo. pays all.

porch, dining room, utility room, best area $450
3 bedroom CBS large fenced Fla.
Pretty yard.
down, $15,000 FHA.Owner Vj closing cost.
Room, jalousie windowsair conditioner, awnings.

CBS 3 BEDROOM. Fla room, dining room, utilityroom. In Buying or Selling Bargain at $11,000, $350 down, $68.31 month ,
All large rooms, fenced. $12,000 total. FHA. ,
Reasonable down. NO QUALIFYING.NO .

QUALIFYING. 3 BEDROOM. 2 BATH.dining Home and income, 3 bedroom house and 1 bed
room, utility room, appliances. $1,500
room house, both spotless, large landscaped,
down, $10,000 total. fenced yard, stoves andrefrigerators-on 68th St.,
FRONT BEAUTYFHA near NW 2nd Ave. Real Bargain at $10,000 with
Down--VA $100 Down $1,000 down and $75 month.
pletely furnished. Plus deep freeze and washing
machine. $1,200 down, $7,500 total. CBS,3 bedroom, Fla room, carport, air condo Callon
this Excellent. $14,700. ''. NO RED ,TAPE MOVE RIGHT IN '

$300 DOWN. CORNER CBS. 2 BEDROOM. Fla Modern 3 bedroom CBS, carport, awnings, jalousie "
room, utility room. $12,500 FHA. Owner pays -0- windows, sprinkler system. $1,000 down
closing costs.BEAUTIFUL and take over FHA mortgage of $10,790 at 5'/i' % In"
DUPLEX, $600 DOWN terest. $82.67 month pays'everything. Move inl
Drive by 2110 NW 99th Terrace
bedroom home. One 2 bedroom has Fla.
CBS apt. CBS, 2 bedrooms each side, tile roof, hardwood
room and dining room. One 2 bedroom apt. and SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
.. home corn pletely fu rn Ish ed. Good location.$21,000. floors, 5 years old. $16,200 FHA. Call now. .Lovely corner, 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS in Opa-

total. Reasonable down. 0HOME locka. Tile roof, jabusie\ windows, awnings,
Fla room, terrazzo floors, large fenced yard.
& INCOME Near shopping, school, etc. Bargain at $13,000
utility room, carport, appliances, CBS 2 BED FHA wi'tn Wdown and'f8-0..8"2 .
ROOM, all furnished.Convenient area.$600 down, Drive by 1840 NW 41st Street mont .Spotl., s.
$16,000 FHA. Also conventional terms. Excellent 2 bedroom CBS home plus 1 bedroom

rental apt.in rear.$450 down FHA-VA $100 down. ;;, '.;- WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES -
\ 3 UNITS CBS PLUS R2 LOT. 2 bedroom home, $14,000 price.SECOND "
plus DUPLEX.\ All Iv rn i she d. Near stores, 0- YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA'HOMES FOR
schools, buses. Reasonable down. $16,500 total. $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
n I shed. One apt.has Fla room. Ideal renta (larea. HAVE INCOME PROPERTIES, TOO!
f. Reasonable down. $23,000 total.


SHELL REALTY042'x 10124 NW 7 Ave.754542b 4932 NW 7th Ave PL 9-437 ,

Ii ;; 7th Aw. 759-5551.a

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MIAMI TIMES Friday May 12. 196/

CLASSIFIED ADS I South Florida Conference Laymen Hold' ..

15 Quarterly Session; Elect Delegate 1
I DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON I Delray Deach Laymen of warded to the President of the Miami; E.J. White, West Palm .
the South Florida Conference U.S. for appointment of Mr. Beach and Willie Fletcher,
FOR SALE AME Church met April 30, at Greaux. Opa-locka. Delegates electedto
FOR SALE St. Paul AME Church which A new project was undertakento the Connectional MeetinginNew
Free rent plus income. Invest 2390 NW 86th Street $100 Down Payments Rev. J.D. Edwards is host pas- have uniform caps made Orleans, La.July 31- Au-
in a new duplex. In fine CBS on large corner lot. Mo- 2-3-4 bedroom CBS like new. tor, Rev. A.A. Williams, host with special 1 significanceto guest 5, Mrs. Lilla Dale Hod-
locations. The price is right! dern home with Fla room, car- Anyone can buy, vets or non. presiding elder, Mrs.Irene L. South Florida Conference gins, Fort Pierce and Mrs.

235-2958. (TF) porte, terrazzo floors, circu- vets. Payments from $59 mo. Taylor, conference lay presi- Laity. These caps are to be Margaret Carey, Miami: Alternates -
lar driveway. FHA terms with pays all. One mortgage. Call dent, and Bishop E.C.Hatcher, geady for distribution to the to the State meetingwre
$100 Down Payments $300 down payment,$100 down now we hlYthe Keys Tip Presiding Prelate. five districts by July 30. Meadames Louise Byrd,
2I-3-4-: bedroom CBS like new. to vets or relocation from X- Top Realty, 685-0021. 13906 After experiencing a fervent, Committees reported their Miami; Washington, Lake

Anyone can buy, vets or non- way. Biscayne Realty, Inc., NW 7th Ave. inspirational message by Rev. findings, with Mrs. Margaret Wales; Andrews,Jackson, Mi-
\ets. Payments from $59 mo. (Broker), 759-8600. Edwards, the laymen were Carey, chairman of the ways ami and Mr. Lemon, Miami
all. One
I pays mortgage. Call FOR treated to a tasty menu, ser- and Means committee givinga ami and Mr. Lemon, Miami.
I now we have the keys. Tip 97th Street and 22nd Avenue RENT ved by ther membership of St. brief summary of the finan- Alternates to the Connectionalare

NW Top 7th Realty Ave., 685-0021. 13906 CBS, very neat and clean, air 1 bedroom duplex. Clean, good Paul. cial conditions of the districts: Mrs. Ella Jones, Miami
i conditioning. $10,500 FHA neighborhood. Liberty Rental Mrs. Lula Baldwin, presi- Fort Pierce district, S.T.F. and St. Elmo Greauz, West
terms with $250 down paymentand Agency 2020 NW 62nd St. bent of the West Palm Beach Piper pres. $200.; Miami Palm Beach.
; $350 down, $85 monthly, total $78 month 633-7809. $19 week. Deposit
per pays all. District Lay Organization, district, Zack Fergerson, Presiding Elder J.A. Roberts 411II
price $11,000 FHA 2 bedroom, $100 down to vets or X-way required. presented Mrs. Taylor, Con- pres., $200.; North Miami dis- and Rev. J.D. Edwards spoke

CBS, furnished,excellent con- relocation people. Biscayne Nice 2 bedroom CBS apt. $22. ference President. Mrs. Tay- trict., Willie Scott, pres., very favorable of the laymenand
dition 2355 N.W. 79th Terr. Realty, Inc.Broker)759-8600.( ) Good, 2 bedroom. $23. lor began her business pro $200.; Palm Beach district., the progress they are
I MU1-9871 (May 19)) Downtown location--CBS, 1 cedure by having the congre- Mrs. Lula Baldwin, pres., making.
--- ---- 2145 NW 84th Street bedroom apt. $14. gation read in unison"ThetenCommandments $200. The sick committee, Mr. The financial report as given
1960 Oldsmobile. Call FR 4- NO QUALIFYING. $450 down Very large house, $25. of good con- Baldwin, chairman, reported'by Mrs. Louise Byrd, financial
8828 or OX 1-0609. ( M26)
.. payment. Full price $9500, Small, 2 bedroom,duplex. $19.. duct for Christian member- 15 indisposed laymen. Each ;secretary, gave a balance in
---$1,800- --Down- 4 Units CBS, two bedroom with large CBS, large 1 bed. apt. $17.50;\, ship." This was followed with was given a fice dollar dona-I treasure of $1,578.13.The .
Why buy a house when you kitchen. Near 22nd Avenue Deposit Required the Laymen's song. Mrs. Tay- tion. next conference Lay
can live free in a modern apt. schools and shopping. Biscayne Liberty Rental Agency, 202C i I lor continued by saying, 'subtoGodistheonlybalm- Election of delegates: The meeting will be held atGreater -
and have your tenants buy the Realty, Inc. 759-8600. NW 62nd St. Call 633-7809.. mission following delegates were I Allen Chapel, Lake Wales,
property for you? Building that can heal the wounds he elected to the State Lay Meeting :Rev. E.M. Blocker, Pastor,

I like conditioners new with reverse, tile cycleair roof, Brand new t three bedroom Room in private home. Nice gives us. in Panama City, July 6-8: 'July 30. With our motto, "By
terrazzo floors jalousie win- CBS. $800 down payment and lady preferred. 635-4078. Mrs. Laura Robinson,assis- Mrs. Bernice S. Henderson, 'Faith We Are Marching The
dows. Balance 1 mortgage no qualifying. $12,500 full tant secretary, gave a clear, Sebring; Mrs. Terri Toles I gress," ringing in our ears,
FHA. Call Fred Bettelheim or price. Make appointment tot 1 CBS apt. furn. air condition, concise report of previous Hallandale: Mrs. Queen West.I the meeting adjourned.
Peter Rummel. Investmen see home and learn full details proceedings.For .
patio. Adults only. No pets.
Counselors, Inc., Realtor.
with Biscayne Realty, services 1'-
Small deposit working couple outstanding
2994 NW 7th St.Ph'634-4563.: ,
-- -.---- Inc. (Broker) 759-8600. only. $30 per week. 1350 NW rendered, Mr. St. Elmo Gre- DAVISWINDOWS
1707 NW 81st TerraceA 52nd St.,757-7255 aux of West Palm Beach was
frame home, excellent lo- 2511 NW 88th Street honored by th e group for be- DOORS
cation. Fully furnished. Two CBS, near Northside shoppingon Room in private home for ing nominated as local board
bedrooms, two baths. Extra 27th Ave. $250 down pay- Christian person, at 1457 NW member for local board no. JALOUSIE GLASS, SOLD
lot in
facing NW
vacant rear
ment on FHA of $10,500, with 143, West Palm Beach. This I
59th Street.
82nd St., city water. Owner WINDOW GLASSINSTALLED HUNG
will finance. A substantial payments approx. $78 per mo. report came from honorable
downpayment is required. $100 down to vets or X-way re- 2 room garage apt. No child- Harold C. Wall, BG FNGret.) REPAIRED
Owner on premises. (M12) location. Biscayne Realty, Inc. ren. Sober couple. 824 NW 56th State director of the U.S.
------- (Broker) 759-8600.
Street. Selective Service System.
696-4077 1821 NW 79th St.
$100 Down Payments This information was for-
2-3-4 bedroom CBS like new. A. BENKORISee Furn. 1 bed: cottage apt. Man
our ad for home MT .MO RIAH
Anyone can buy, vets or non- preferred $22 per week or 2
vets. Payments from $59 mo. 'specials. Many more. A. Ben- men $25 per week. 1012 NW Rev. W.C. Edcar, Pastor
pays all. One mortgage. Call Kori, Realtor, 7512243.By 75th St. PL 8-4925. Lillie Ruth Harris, Reporter
now we have the Keys, Tip Brother Fred M c G u i ire and
Top Realty, 685-0021. 13906 owner. Lovely 3 bedroom, 1 bedroom apt. kitchen furn. Deacon M.T. Harris are out of EDISON I I SpecialsOPEN i

NW 7th Ave. garage, screened porch,patio, Couple only. $65 mo. 4032 NW the hospital and recovering at
fenced yard, central heat. 23rd Avenue. 691-4668. home.
Many extras. $100 month pays Remember and pray for the

Duplex, 2 bedroom, 1 bath and all. Carol City. 624-9854. Beautiful, large one bedroomapt. sick and shut-ins. AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY

1 bedroom, 1 bath or can be Furn. or unfurn. Reason- The 1 last rights for the late
used as 4 bedroom, 2.bath. 1954 Opel ReKord. Has a 1960 able rates. For information, Mrs. Phyllis Wade were held 1295 NW 30 STREET
Beautiful motor starter generator, $300 down FHA. CBS home, tile roof,
Some furnishings. call 757-9931. Adults only. in Hawkinsville, Georgia. Mr. carport,
location. 75x143 ft. lot. No- carburetor and six tires. and Mrs. Cloude Jones and dining room, city sewers. $78.25 mo, No closing.

thing like it in Miami. $2500 700x13 thru 650x13. Will sell Immediate call Mrs. Eddie Mae Smith i are cost.
N down payment. No qualifying.To for parts or as is for $35. Betty Gross 444-6126 or 448- cousins of the deceased. 330 NW 51 STREET
inspect, call broker, Mar- 635-7213. 2824. Furn. $18 wk. 4841 NW There will be a dinner sale, $400 down FHA. 2 bedroom, CBS home with Fla.

tin M. Berney, Broker, 624- 16th Ave. Unfurn. apt. $18 wk. at the home of Mrs Lillie room plus cute CBS cottage. Very convenient lo
6983. Beds, hollywood sofas, car- 566 NW 22nd St. Unfurn. Cot- Saunders, sponsored by the cation. No closing cost.
pet, air conditioners, desks, tage, $19 wk. 566 1/2NW22nd Pall Bearer's Lodge No. 10, DRIVE BY THESE THEN CALL EDISON
$200 down payment, FHA. 3 gas stove, lamp tables, bathroom St. May 13, at 18212 S.W. 102nd ((1)) Beautiful swimming pool on separate lot.
bedroom, 1-1/2 bath, com- sinks. Abbott Arms Pl. Mrs. Susie M. Williams, Goes with this lovely clean home with 2 Fla.
pletely refinished, large lot. Apt. 7834 Abbott Ave., Miami president. rooms. 100x100 lot. Call to see.
Beach ((2 blocks west of Col-
Beautiful. once. LOST AND FOUND I ((2)) 3 bedroom, CBS. No qualifying. FHA already .r
tin M. Berney Broker 624- lins Ave).
$400 down, 3 bedroom, placed. $66.78 month pays everything. You'llneed
6983. Lost navy blue leather hand- CBS down.
Nice 5 bedroom house (in Da- 1800 N W 83rd $1,530
bag in the vicinity of 68th St. home bedroom Take cash.
((3)) Large 5 CBS. some
LOTS. 100x100, 50x140. Easy nia) large beautiful corner lot. Open Sunday 2 til S. Lovely
and 8th Ave. Important papers
((4)) 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room, garage. Water
terms. New 3 bedroom, 2bath Fruit trees, near schools, and keys. There will be a liberal corner lot. 1 FHA front. 75x130 lot. A special for professionals.
churches walking distance to mortgage.$75 month. ,
carport. 7195 NW 15thCt.Need reward. Please returnto per
? JE 8-1340. shopping. Very reasonable.
money address 1953 NW 89thTerr.
922-6689 (Hollywood). $350 down.$76 mo. pays ,
Widower retiring, must sell all. ($100 down with cer TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU .
grocery store with fixtures. Lot. 58x140. Carver Ranches. tificate). 2120 NW 93rd CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
Beer and wine license. Bar- 922-6689. HELP WANTED Terr. Lovely CBS. Hurry $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
this will sell fast. DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY.
gain. 669 NW 27th Street.Open
now from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. 1003 NW 46th St. Corner lot, BULLDOZER OPERATOR. Big i beautiful duplex
near schools, park. Has jalousie Bahamian needed to operate 2390 N W 95th T.rr. $1400 :
EXCELLENT LOCATIONFla windows, storm awn- heavy equipment on Great Ex- down FHA. Live rent free :EDISON AlIY*; ',R fiafPiiJ'Nm '

room, garage, 2bedroom, ings, sprinkler system, air uma. Do not apply unless experienced ALLAPATTAH
full tile bath, beautiful yard, conds., Must see. Only $500 and are a native Ba- REALTY, Realtors '62nd, St.. J514441ABDIf '
down. Call Edwards 377-2353. 633.0426 -
sprinkers. $450 downpayment, hamian. Write full qualifica- -
$90.12 mo. plus taxes and In- tions to: J.. H. Moynohan, 141
surance. $14,050 FHA mort- Lovely 3 bedroom, 1 bath,CBS NE 3rd Ave., Miami. FR 4-

gage. Reinhold, Realtor, 754- like new. Awnings, extra large 6119. (M26)
2605 or 223-0792. 5909 NW lot, FHA $12,000, $400 down,. Lftf t'&ft $
2nd Ave.Sacrifice.. $74 month. No closing cost. Barber wanted. Call751-9112. REMODELING
Veterans or being displaced (m26))
Settle estate. FHA $100 down. Atlantic & Pacific -,

appraisal $19,000, asking Realtors, 666-0411. BEDROOM & BATH FLORIDA ROOM
$16,500, $600 cash down, CHILDCARE
2 bedroom 1 bath, Fla -- -1--- ___ : -
$101.99 taxes and Lovely -- -- -- t 1I
mo plus I
per home. ........
I Child day care my
insurance. Must qualify. Zon- room, CBS, tile roof, hardwood I : =.:: = =' = sI.
close in town location Your child will be taken good 'A Mr ; ., .
ed for income property. 2 lots floor, :; :
I care of 759-8335. ';.;(1:. r
beautifully completely fur- close to bus. FHA$350 1 :- ;tI t. -.,
nished. To see: 6930 NW 5th down, $71 month. Veterans or W( AlSO IUIID.CARPORTS CARD ."
being displaced$100down. Atlantic WMBM FHA FINANCING' FREE SCREEN ROOMS-
Avenue. Call Weinman Realty, ,

duplex, excellent condi- Best new home buy in town. 3 PRESENTS NEWPORT CONSTRUCTION CO.6X '

tion. 1241-43 NW 35th St. 1 bedrooms, 2 baths, sewers and PROGRESS REPORT 2 4 N.W1Jth ST M1AMI;f,4. DlYfSIOr(LATINA
bedroom each side. Price is water. 276 NW 40th St.
$14,000, $2800 down. Cecilia city Reasonable. Wynne. 235-2958. 1 Times Daily 6-5582 MCENSEb :*INJURED MONbcb HI 4*S75'4THE
Bennett broker 635-6807. 8 a. n., 1:55 and tO p.m.
400 NW 40th St.

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24 THE MIAMI TIMES- Friday May 12, 1967

I'n Pnifippa" Sc/juy/er/ / Killed In MIAMI RINKEYDINKSDAN SETTE

On April 30, the Miami Rin-
Vietnam Helicopter CrashPhilippa 0r keydinks, Inc, held the most
talked about dance of the sea-
son at the Deville Hotel, Miami
34famous Miss Schuyler had been World's Fair when she was
Schuyler, Beach. It was a festive occa-
American pianist, was killed working in Vietname as a correspondent only six, she played programof sion as the Rinkedinks ap-
Tuesday in the crash of U.S.. for the ManchesterN.H. her own compositions. She r peared in the latest "Mod"
Army helicopter in Da Nang ( .) Union-Leader Her father was a concert pianist with the / fashions from Rome, Italy to
Bay, Vietnam. She was work- George S.Schuyler,is an New York Philharmonic at the give meaning to the theme
ing as a war correspondent. editor of the Pittsburgh Cou- age of 14. "Rapsody in blue."
Carrying 14 person, the rier and one of the leading Ne- Some years ago she appeared The Rinkeydinks went"Mod"
14 the men in America. concerts in Miami atthe % ,
Carrying persons, gro with a skit centering aroung
helicopter plunged into the bayen Dorsey Junior High and the "Rinkedinks on the
route from Hue to Da Nang A child prodigy pianist, Miss Washington Senior High Gold Coast." Particiapnts
when it was about 10 minutes Schuyler was born in New York auditoria rV were Flor Hawkins and Ann
from its destination City. At the 1939 New York In the crash, a Vietnamese .."MJ,k a 91 ---- Greaves: asRedSkeltonandhis"side
child was also killed. The injured -
f Price as
pilot,three crewmen and A good example 01 waht junior high school students Kick; Cooper
eight Vietnamese children can achieve when they believe in on idea was demon- "Miss Susie-Cue; Bettye

Florida Out to Kill were rescused. strated by Loretta Wells (L), president of the Student Corinne, Ann A. Houston Lindsey-Packard and Fran-,

I'r Miss Schuyler was the 10th Council, and Shirley Byron (R), president of the Junior cina Patrick were featured as
correspondent and the second Honor Society of Dorsey Junior High School the "Gold Coast Rockettes."
Common law Marriage newswoman killed in Vietnam.Mr. .
Schuyler has been sche- The student body heard about the financial crisis at Iona Bucholtz, Ruth N. Polite,
'' duled to speak. Sarasota, at Variety Children's Hospital and come up with a dona- Mary Colden and Portia Ban-
If made in Talla- estate claims reduce tax dol-
a request nister billed as the "Gold
Fla., this Friday. His engage- tion of $200 to help out. That's little Roosevelt Belleof
last week Dade Juvenile for the care
by lar expenditure
Mountain Folks" werea
ment has been sponsored by Nassau accepting the check for the hospital. Roose.
I I Court Judge Donald of many children born from the "Project Alert" Group of velt's grandmother, Emma Belle, lives at 1601 NW 62nd riot. Zelma Black impersonated
Stone ever gets in the statue such marriages, and provide the one and "Moms
book, marriage without benefitof the courts with a tool to punish that city Street. Mabley."

"license or clergy"--com- adulterous relationships.The i A beautiful interpretivedance
mon law marrlage..wlll endin judge said that while was executed by Miss

Florida. there is no law in Florida to An Hour Minimum Brilla Lumpins, a student at
Judge Stone, who went to Tal- establish common law mar- $1.00 Miami Dade Junior College.
lahassee for two committee riages, if a man introduces a was centered around the sone I
appearances, asked that Florida woman over a period of timeas "Rhapsody in Blue."
law be changed to match his wife;travels with her as Wage Bill Defeatedmeasure Mr. John Calloway was at his'

..... that of 36 other states which such, pays her month-to- best as master of ceremonies.
refuse to recognize common month bills, or lives with her Mrs. Cherry Mills Boyer,witha
law marriages.His in a house or apartment as the TallahasseeThe Senate Labor ," said Sen. Richard gaps where the federal law beautiful blue umbrella pre-
proposed will do away sole "other occupant".all Committee shot down Deeb, (R., St. Petersburge). might not apply."Threefourths. sented the Rinkeydings in
withJcourt acceptance of common constitute common law mar- proposed state minimum wage "We have federal legislationin of the states shades of blue with silver
law marriages after Jan. riage in the eyes of the court. law Wednesday amidst the this field which already goes have some kind of minimum 9eweled masks.
1, '1968, and provides for an Stone also proposed a bill to howl of a Miami senator that further than it should. wage law,"he said,"and those Out of town guest came from
educational program prior to put more teeth in the punish- "if a reapportioned Legislature ; "The effect of it has been to that don't" are in the Deep such cities as San Francisco,

that date. It would not affect ment of those who carry con- won't pass this,reappor- cause unemployment rather South. Los Angeles, Las Vegas,Dal-
common law marriages en- cealed and use fire- than help the emplyes." Deeb Senator Tom Spencer, (D.,
weapons tionment didn't mean anything las, St. Louis, Chicago, De-
tered into before that time. arms in criminal offenses,and ." said, adding that the busi- Miami) who is not on the com troit, Nashville, Boston, New

Abolition of the unregistered, for those who furnish or sell The bill,which would have seta nesses have Just fired some mittee, Introduced the mea- York, Atlanta, Savannah,
si the payroll wougd sure, and agreed to a numberof
ceremony-less marriages firearms in criminal offenses $1 an hour minimum wage, employes which Jacksonville, Tampa, Or-
would eliminate complex firearms to minors. died on a 4-4 tie vote. come out the same. amendments were lando, West Palm Beach, and
Sen. Lee Weissenborn (D., quickly adopted.CELEBRATED.
"I urge the defeat of this Fort Lauderdale.
Miami) said the bill would fill
Francenia Patrick Reporter. -
State leauticiaas PresidentFor .


19 Years DiesThe JESCA's Day Care Committee MOST WORSHIPFUL

State Beauticians were James Hogan and Mrs.Chambers -
saddened by the death of Mrs Also beauticians from "Mod Spring Fling"Tuesday UNION

Alanie S. Waldon of West Palm Tampa, Miami, Sanford, HEROINES OF JERICOHThe
Beach, president emeritus of Haines City, Belle Glade, Da- May 16 jA 85 Annual Convoca- .
the Orange Blossom Cosmetologist ni, Ft. Lauderdale, Pompano, tion of the Most Worshipful
State Association.She and Hollywood.She not- School drama group under the Grand Court Heroines of Jericho -
Miss Blanche Calloway,
in a Palm Peach hos- is survived by a devoted
passed will be direction of Leroy Wash- opened their sessions,
pital Saturday, April 29th,and sister Mrs. Lula B. Williamsof ed radio personality West .
hostess and emcee for the ington; Delores vocalist Monday, April 17, Jackson
was funeralized Wednesday, West Palm Beach, a son,
Nancy vo- ville. With committee making
May 3, at 4 p.m. from Payne James Waldon, Jr., a nephew, swining, toe tapping,provova-" calist.; reports. The grand matrons
tive "Mod Spring Fling.
Arthur Waldon of West Palm
AME Church Rev T.
chapel include
Guest celebrities from the Feature attractions will Council under the direction of
S. Johnson, officiating wit Beach. Miami and Miami Beach area Frank Williams and the the Royal Queen L.J. Camp-
Coleman Funeral Home direc include such notables as Char Rocketeers with Little Beaver bell, 12 new members were
ting. fashions by Patricia and initiated the Deputies Coun-
les "Chuck" Austin and his ,
19 She was and state president president of Un for Winn-Dixie band; Fish Ray (Calypso) Re- King the Tailor, featuring Wil- 70th BIRTH cil meeting was held also the

No.years 5 West Palm Beach for view; W.C. McLamore; :.ie West and Jimmy Warren Mrs. Caroline Ward, ardent Court of Sorrow. The grand
George Lane and the Elements of our own Miami Dolphins, Steward of Greater Bethel court opened on the 18 of
28 She was born In Orlando -
years., Fla. Her parents were I ; Martha Williams; Tho- 2The place to be is Northwestern AME Church, celebrate her April for all business, all
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stephens BuysNossai mas Hodges, Dancer; Louis Auditorium, at8.00p.rn,. 70th birthday at the lovely members were re-elected the
and granddaughter of Rev.and Norris, Vovalist; Chester on Tuesday, May 16. Ticketsare spacious home of Mrs. Flo grand MAM Lula Johnson and
Mrs. A.Jackson.After attending Smith andhis Jazz Quintet. at both JESCA Day Centers Hawkins Saturday May 6. The grand Verable Patron E.D.
Morris Brown College she Food ChainThe Miami-Dade Junior College wnd the community office, at evening was enjoyed by all.At Gibson, are greatful to the en-
became active in area and Interpretive Dance Group with 4901 N.W. 17th Avenue. this gala affair remarks were tire grand court for a job well
Carrie Davis Meeks, instruc- Don't miss the Tiki Dolls made Rev. and Mrs S.A. done.
state beauty culturist circle by .- .. -.-
where she,was still active until Jacksonville office of the tor Go Go Girls from Brownsville Cousin, Rev. Hicks, and Mrs.
her demise. She was a mem Winn-Dixie Stores announced! The Untouchables vand sex- Junior High Schoool, and the Matilda McPhee. We are VERLINA EBERHARTTO

ber of Class No 6, Payne Chapel Tuesday that the firm has tet; John Callaway, vocalist; Northwestern Senior" High grateful to all who attended and BE FEATURE
Mu Chapter of Theta Nu made its first overseas expansion Booker T. Washington High School Mod Skit. made this an evening never to MODEL AT ANTIOCH

Sigma National Sorority,Si- by pur chasing the City; be forgotten.
lent Workers Club and Daughter Meat Markets Ltd. in Nassau, WOMEN'S AUXILIARYNAT'lASS'N Mr. and Mrs Ralph FASHION SHOWThe
Elk. Bahamas. ENGAGEDMr MAIL HANDLERSThe Symonette, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. ladies of group No. 5,

The state organization has; : Winn-Dixie operates more and Mrs. Henry H. Clayof Women's Auxiliary of the Ralph Symonette, Jr., and Mrs. Emma Lou Graham, captain -
lost a loyal friend, state officers !- than 700 super markets in the< Washington, D.C. announcethe National Association of Post Miss Maxine Hawkins. of the Antioch Women's
attending the funeral I Sootheast U.S. It said it pur- engagement of their daugh- Office Mail Handlers met at Day observance will present
were: president, Cathlean B. chased the chain of licit] ter, Constance B.Clay to Vau- the home of Mrs. Thelma C. a L Mother's Day Tea and Fashion -
Ross, Tampa; vice president,, markets from the family of Sir ghn L. Price. Mumford on Sunday and plan- Show, Sunday, May 14, at
Florence All, Pompano; re Stafford Sands, former minister Miss Clay received her ned for their Coca-Cola Sip the Bonded Collection BuildIng -

cording secretary, Olga Cooper -. of tourism and finance for..bachelor's degree at the D.C. ._and Fashion Show, which is to 4150 N.W. 7th Ave., from
Hollywood; Mr. D. A. Ju, ,the Bahamas. Teachers College and her be held at the Bonded Rental 46 p.m.
lius, state advisor; Mrs. Marion -, One of the stores isat Marsh masters from the Universityof Agency on May 28th from 4-6 The latest fashions of the
Muldrow, state advisor, Abaco, and the other ten are California. She is now p.m. Mrs. Al Kinsey is president season will be shown and
South Atlantic Region and ba, in Nassau, New Providence teaching in Los Angeles of the organization. modeled by Mrs. Verlina
sileus Mu chapter. J. L. Da, "The acquisition of the City] Eberhart', well known model,'

vis, parliamentarian,Sanford,, Markets offers an excellent Mr. Price received hisbach- B.T.W. CLASS OF 57 and other outstanding personalities -
Almetta Scott,historianTampa opportunity for Winn-Dixie to lor's degree in electrical engineering of the city. Be sure not
; Mrs. Louise B. RileyBV(: take its policy of mass volume at Tennessee A & I The class of 57 of B.T.W.ls aiL to miss this gala affair. The

and Bertha H. Perry, chairman .. and low prices to the Bahamas University and is presently having its weekly meeting Friday ------ ---- donation is $1.00.
Public Relations. and to contribute and participate earning his master's degreeat May 12, at the home of Mrs. Dora Lundy'sgroupNo.
Those attending from Miam i in the solid growth of the UCLA. He is an Associate Barbara Thompson, 2190 N.W. popular Smiling local Eddie businessman Lee Pittman and, 13 has also planned a Mother's

were Mrs. Billie Pitts, Uni t island," said Bert Thomas,, Engineer for Douglas Aircraft 68th Terr. owner of the Dive-Inn Bar Day Tea to be held at the
'f'- 42; Mesdames Doris Dorsett! president of Winn-Dixie. in the space program Hunt- All money for raffle ticketsto 1772 NW 79th St. Phone 691-, hurch on Sunday, at 300pm.
Mildred Williams, unit 7, an Mesdames Lucille West, Mon. firm in the Southeast with I son of Mrs. Juanita Price without fail. The class is having -, friends to come and meet new mother, also the mother with
t tez Reed, Joyce Alexander am Mrs. Rose W. Wilkerson Willis .. Winn-Dixie grew from a small Mrs. Portia Bannister.The at Dorothy McCluris home, Enjoy the pool room and bow- red. Be sure not to miss this
i Unit 55, Mrs. Ola Hogai:} grocery established in Miami nuptial vows will be said 81 N.W. 14th Street. Please ling. Completely air condi- momentous event. Rev, p.w'iggins .
and sons Drs. Clarence am