The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 26, 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
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System ID: UF00028321:00469

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Two little children Hallan-- Solicitor Angeline house.
dale burned to death early Wells said; "We feel that Firemen: said the neighbors
Tuesday morning as their pad Nowell's locking the doorstothe panicked and tried to take the
+ } .1 lockedframehouse was engulfed house and o t h e l' actions fire fighting from them on
f f 1 'nhi it r by flames while their father constitute culpable negligence their a r r i v a 1. They did not
.A Y akaw reportedly walked the streets. which we based the two know children were lathe
manslaughter counts." house until "after the flames
Charles Nowell, 39, the father Deputy State Fire MarshalJ. were knocked down."

of 513 N.W. 4th Ave.,was Michael Boggs said the fire Willie James, 3, and Delores,
charged with two counts of probably started from cigaret 4, were taken out of the house
manslaughter by the county ashes in an old paint can used by neighbors. James is living
solicitor. Police charged him as an ashtray. at a friends house, while
with child neglect after he left There will be further investigation Delores is listed in fair con
four children locked In the into the tragic deathof dition at Memorial Hospital.
house for more than four Patricia 2 and Charles Jr.
.. --...--.... .- .-..----.--- -......- hours. 5, said Fire, Inspector Ed, Police said Nowell told them
he came from work,at 5:30pmand
MISS NORTHWESTERN AND ATTENDANTS Firemen said: "All we could Brown.
see was p 11 e s of clothes.We The fire broke out about 1:00 then went to buy the child
Patricia Thompson, newly elected Miss Northwestern, Is flanked by Lois Gibbs, (Icouldn't even find the child- a.m. When the children start- ren's dinner. He said he left
first attendant; and Sandra Sears, second attendant. This winsome three will give ren at first." ed screaming Jimmy Lee the house at 9:00 p.m. and put .

'f' the Bulls plenty incentive to win the games for dear old Northwestern next year, Mattie Pearl,the mother,left Belle, next door neighbor in the lock through the hasp on
House of Photography photo.Miami the door. He did not remember
home last week with her three the frame duplex, woke up and
oldest children. She claimed got his wife and five childrenout if he locked the padlock' ,
that her husband beat her and of the house. They Joined he said.
; Boy Becomes first threatened to kill her and the others in th attempt to get the The neighbors waited too longto
call us firemen said.
children.Community. children our of the padlocked ,

;, Page- 'In Florida House Relation/ / Board Names

A 13-year-old: Miami boy became to Washington too." I 'I
the first Negro page He will receive$96 every two
Monday, in the history of the weeks as salary. He lives with Equal Employment Task Force
Florida House of Representatives. a teacher at Florida A & M

University."I .
remember he said, Seventeen prominent Miamians School; Michael McHugh, Per- ment Committee; Edward.
I He is Lofton Moncur,seventh ; "when I could walk into this were named this week to sonnel Director Migo Electro, Spencer, Director, Personnel j

grade student at Brownsville ,,, hamburger place and they the Community Relations nice Corporation; Roger Department, Pan American
school. He was appointed) ,;.,/H '.it: Mr:; would sell me a doughnut and Board's (CRB) new Task Norton Personnel Director World Airways; Edward F,
Democratic Representative ,: :.;, would sit down at the counter Force on Equal Employment (Regional Southern Bell Tele- 5 wens on Jr. President
Kenneth Myers of Miami l and the lady would say fl'm Opportunity(EEO). phone and Telegraph; Athalie Edward F.,Swenson and Company -
and Is one of 15 youngsters ,' sorry.' Ten local agencies have Range, Commissioner Miami ; Ashton Tyler, Personnel

currently ser.ving in Florida's .:,1. .,...,/"' "I think now there could bea agreed to work with the Task City Commission; Garth Director Dade County Person-
lower house. rl'I'i" Negro president in the next Force, set up to help supportand Reeves, Editor, The Miami nel Department; Robert W.

Lofton views his appointment LOFTON MONCURin 30 years. I'm sure of it," he coordinate employment Times; Herbert Schiffman, Wall, Vice-president Florida

dot only as an honor,but an opportunity said. opportunity programs within President Hotel Employees'Union Power and Light Company;
for "study." the Capitol so he can "getto Lofton's parents are Mr.and Dade CountyUnder No. 255. Rod E. Overholt, Vice-Pre-

After the Legislature closes see how state governmentworks Mrs. GrachanElla)Moncur of a $15,000 grant from Also George A. Simpson, sident M. R.Harrison Con-

this summer, he wants a job and use the money to get 2625 N. W. 55th Street. the Federal Commission on M.D., icioCRBEmploy- struction Company.

Equal Employment Oppor-
tunity, the Dade County Com-

Sunland Training Center Head munity Relations Board has All YMCA Chapters Mast
hired Frank Cannon to be full- I
I time Director of the Task

fired Over Sweat Box Punishment Force. Integrate Or Get Out -

Philadelphia- The National would mean its expulsion from

son director W. F. Bally material and were denied periodic Council of the Young Men's the National Council.
William director of
Mapoles, claimed at that time Browningwas out periods for toilet pur- Christian Association amended The vote was 294-11, and
the Division of Mental Retar-
"guilty of negligence" In poses. They denied Brownings its constitution to make it ended segregation in some
dation came from Tallahasseeto
permitting a convict to die of report that they had water. mandatory that all chapters chapters.The .
Miami Monday and started
council said simple encouragement -
without declare annually that its doors
stab wounds
with Alan Sanders, state investigator proper Browning said he had ordered to end racial
medical attention. are open to all without discri-
for State Treasurer "two hour checks" on the segregation first voiced In
mination on the basis of race
When Sunday ,
questioned ,
Broward Williams,to look into boys, but this was not done."I 1910 proved ineffective. For
said the detention of color or national origin.
the "sweat-box didn't know until Saturday that
17-hour punishment ty-one chapters had remained
warranted because Failure of a chapter to com-

the boys( was
ordered by Sun- our night watchman hadn't
segregated the council said.
the ply with the new amendment
had threatened
land Training Center's direc- they shown up," he said Saturday.A .
lives of center attendants.The .
tor for two mentally retarded
truck body rested on its former center employee,
boys The last investigation week. is aimed flooring in. a pasture about a who was notified Friday by Ti' School Officials Easy
quarter mile from the center's Browning that his Job had terminated ;
mainly at Dr. John D. Brown-
up-to-the-minute cottages and Informed officers of
ing, 47, psychiatrist, who was
the and friends of Sun- '
named last Feb. 1, as admin- classrooms.The On Negro Punishment?
land Center Sundayof
in the Training
istrator of the center by Gov boys were placed FRANK CANNON
truck without food or bedding the Incident. -
Claude Kirk.
Browning was put
on "indefinite leave" on tues- Task Force Chairman will be Twenty-eight white students blowup Friday, but it was
day. Charles Potter, Vicepresident walked out of Homestead Junior caused by favoritism toward
Friday afternoon Browning LcrogsfoH of Burdine's Inc. High School last Fridayasa Negro students in matters of

reportedly ordered center 1r Other members appointedwere protest against mild disci- discipline.

employees to place the boys, Hughes Dies : Larry Boyajian, Per- pline for Negro students They Those who participated in the
11 and 14 years old, inasevenby I sonnel Director Grand Union were back in school Monday protest said that trouble between -

ten foot, windowless,abandoned Company; Richard Coleman, Principal Charles Over- a white and Negro stu-
metal truck body from t 'r New York-James Langston Personnel Director Eastern holser said, "There were no dent often resulted In suspension .
Airlines Walter serious rumors of unrest. A for the white student but
Inc. ,
3:00 p.m., until 8:00 a.m. Sa- Hughesthe poet, author, play- ;
turday. wright and creator of the philosophical I II Cunningham, Director, Em- rumored walkout on Mondayby only a trip to the office, then
Browning has been directorof character Simple, ployee Relations Wometco En- other students failed to de back to the class for the Ne-

a similar state center at > died in a hospital here this terprises; Ray Czachowski, velop." gro student. They want to be
Tallahassee and had becomea week. He was 65. Reginal Representative U. 3. Parents of the 28 students affected "faceless when it comes to
part of the Florida system Civil Service Commission; called a meeting of all discipline," they said.
after he left private practiceat i His works Included "Black Edwin Dean, Executive Direc- parents white and Negro tues- After talking with the students
Daytona Beach and Fort Nativity," "Mulatto," and lyrics tor South Florida Hotel and day night at the Harris Field Monday, Over holser and
Pierce.He for the Elmer Rice-Kurt Motel Association.Also Auditorium to try to"iron Martin Griep, south district

was fired as medical dir- Weill musical, "Street Dorothy Edwards, As- out" the difference. director of secondary,said
ector of North Carolina state Scene," Hughes was born in sistant Principal Miami The students said that integration they found no further indication -

prison at Raleigh In 1953. Pri Joplin, Mo., on Feb. 1, 1902. Northwestern Senior High played no part in the, of trouble.


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I Delta Sigma Theta Sorority To Present 724 Debutantes of 7967 I IThe

Miami Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sororitywill King, daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Frank King; Rosalyn'Lassiter, Mrs. Robert Simms; Addle Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
close its annual deb season with the presentation of 124 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Lassiter; Janice Martin, Julius Smith, Alicia Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James

Debutantes at the Miami Beach Auditorium on Friday evening, daughterof Mr.and Mrs.Robert Martin;Violet Martin, daugh- Smith; Rosemary Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willie

June 2, at 8:00 p.m.A ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Martin;Sharon Milligan, daughterof Lightbourn; Wlllet Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren

series of enrichment programs, which included forums,a Mr and Mrs. Wade Milligan; Helen McClendon, daughter Bryant, Arthurine Symonette,daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Primus
fashion show at Burdines; a view of fine works of art at Bass Mr. and Mrs. Fred McClendon; Yvonne McKinney,daughter of Bryant; Ruth Taylor,daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Gladston Taylor

Museum; a play "The Little Foxes;" a talent show and recep- Mr. and Mrs. Alfred McKinney; Sandra McMillan,daughter of Sr.; Janice Teems, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Teems;

tion; Youth Vespers; and many other affairs presented by par- Mr. and Mrs. Alphonso McMillan; Sheila McPhee, daughter of Kay Thomas, daughter of Mr.and Mrs.George Thomas; Sheryl

ents, friends and sorors, were among the offings for this sea- Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred McPhee,Jr.;JoAnn Nesbitt, daughter of Troutman, daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Delmar.Troutman; Brenda

Mr. and Mrs Alexander Nesbitt; Sherrilyn Parks, daughter Turner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Turner, Sr.;
son.Making their formal bows to society on this evening will be Mr. and Mrs. Willard Parks, Yvonne Pompey,daughter of Mr. Charlene Tutt, daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Dennis Peak; Virginia

the following debutantes: Brenda Adams, daughter of Mrs. Ida and Mrs. Fred Pompey; Luella Rhaney, daughter of Mr. and Waters, daughter of Mrs. Valuda Waters;Cheryl Watts,daugh-

Mae Adams; Irene Adderley, daughter of Mrs.Esther Thomasand Mrs. Daniel Rhaney, St.; Janet Roberts, daughter of Mrs. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Watts;Thomacina White, daughter of

Mr. Charles Adderley;Sandra Adkins, daughter of Mr. and Clara Mae Love; LaGloria Roberts, daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas White; Kavetta Wilcox,daughter of Mr.

Mrs. Edmond Rogers; La Francis Aikens, daughter of Mr. and Arthur Roberts; Ethel Rolle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy and Mrs. Calvin Wilcox; Ellen Williams, daughter of Mr. and

Mrs. Leonard Aikens; Sarah Albury, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Rolle; Susan Rolle,daughter of Mrs.Cleomie Rolle;GwendolynRoss Mrs. Leroy Williams, Joyce Williams,'daughter of Mr. and

Henry Albury; Dale Ambrose, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ross,Sr.j; Constance Mrs. Pulmer Williams, Linda Williams, daughter of.Mr. and

Grafton Ambrose; Peggy Anderson, daughter of Mrs Mary Roundtree, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Roundtree; Shelia Mrs. Frank Williams, Sr.; Lynette Williams, daughter of Mr.

Morgan; Sharon Anderson, daughter of Mrs. Birdie Anderson; Rush, daughter of Mrs.Beatrice Rush;Linda Saunders,daugh- and Mrs. Emmett Williams, Sr.; Sharon Williams, daughterof
Jewel Armstrong, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel ter of Mr. and Mrs.William Sa u n d e r s;Carolyn Shannon, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Williams; Irene Wisenbaker, daughterof

Armstong, Sr.; Bernedett Austin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Jack Shannon;Susan Shedd, daughterof Mr. and Mrs. Ivory Wisenbaker; Betty Woods, daughter of

Lloyd Womack; Patricia Austin, daughter of Mr.and Mrs Ed- Mr. and Mrs.Alfred Shedd,Sr.;Carol Ship, daughter of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Woods;and Gloria Jean Zeigler, daughterof
,mon Polite; Nadine Barnes, daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Nathaniel and Mrs. Charles Shipp; Leah Simms, daughter of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zeigler.
Barnes; Ann Maria Barr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.; Charles ,
Barr; Carolyn Barr, daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Charles Barr- ,,;"" ""',,, Join theNAACP
Deborah Bass, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bass; Linda

Beneby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brannard Beneby; Pamela
Bethel, daughter o f Mr. and Mrs.Charles Bethel; Marilyn
Black, daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Clarence Black; Essie Blood-

worth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Porter Bloodworth; RosalynBlue 4X

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blue; Maxine Brooks,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Brooks, Jr.; Alva Brown, "Any where in the world
want to go"
daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Willie Brown;Carolyn Brown, daughter you

of Mr Uyod Brown; Mary Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. nfKFT.tafT

Jimmie Brown; Sharon Bruton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. An- NOMOW&T"Your
drew Bruton; Patricia Burton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. a l t o i'
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Morris Jennings; Emily Busbee, daughter of Mr.and Mrs. / 5 1V teeftnITUYEL
George Busbee;Carolyn Butler, daughter of Mr,and Mrs. Leon
Butler; Jacquelyn Butler,daughter cf Mr.George W. Freeman;
Ingrid Byron, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Byron; Joyce Neighborhood Trove!
Chambliss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Chambliss Jr.; Agent.
Linda Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hillard Clark; Sharon
Clark daughter of Mr and Mrs. Robert Clark; Cynthia A. near to you at your
Give coll.
telephone. us a
Cochran, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeCochran; Katrenia pj We deliver. 1104 NW 3rd
Colebrook, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Colebrook; Ave. FR 98451. Chas. C.
Cassandra Coleman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur North, Manager.

Coleman; Gail Covington, daughter of Mrs. Vida Covington; t \ )
Sonya Daniels, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Usher Daniels, Joan :
Davis, daughter of Elder and Mrs. Irvin Dingle; Lorrine -

Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Davis, Shelain Davis, ____ Be A MURRAY Man
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cahrien Davis; Barbara Day, _

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Day; Mary Dingle, daughterof BURDINES PRESENT FASHION SHOW AND BRUNCH
Elder and Mrs. Irvin Dingle; Lorrine Duhart, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William Duhart; Elleana Ervin, daughter of Mr. FOR DEBUTANTE CANDIDATES AND THEIR PARENTS

and Mrs General Williams; Claudina Falco, daughter of Mr. Burdines Tearoom was the setting for the showing of the latest fashions for the

Milton Falco; Pamela Farrington, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. "Mod" look, streetwear, formal wear, and sportswear for the Debutante candidates,
James Farrington; Sahron Fennell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. their parents and members of the Miami Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta
Joseph Fennell; Cheryl Ferguson, daughter of Mr.; and Mrs. Sorority.As.

Cleaven Ferguson, Sr.; Patricia Ferguson, daughter of Mr. the 1967 series of enrichment programs quickly approaches an end, the girls
and Mrs. Stafford Nairn; Linda Fields, daughter of Mr. and reFreshingly' pleasant and bubbling over with enthusiasm, were presented a programof

Mrs. Edward Fields, Sr.; Cynthia Flowers, daughter of Mr. the right way to match accessories, and the proper attire for every occasion and
and Mrs. James Flowers; Karen Forbes, daughter of Mr. and hour of the day. Prior to the fashion talk and show, those attending dined on a mid-

morning meal which was so graciously prepared and served by the catering staff in ij
Juana Gardens, daughter of Mrs. Maria L. Diaz; Carolyn the Tearoom.
Garard of Mr.and Mrs Leroy Garard Cleo George
daughter ; ,
The wonder of the
awesome entire program is still mirrored on the faces of these
daughter of Mr. Cleveland George and Mrs GUSSE Guess; debutante candidates who gathered around two of the models for a closer inspectionof
of Mr. and Mrs. Quincy G ilbert
Madelyn Gilbert, daughter ; what's."in" in the fashion world today.
Gale Glass, daughter ofT/Sgt. and Mrs. Thomas Glass; .
,Jacquelyn Graham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel
Win Business Advancement
Graham; Rita Grant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Peter Grant; PTA MEETING DEMONSTRATION MAY 31
Joycelyn Gray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gray; PROM PICTURESIN Enjoy Social Popularity
A demonstration of "How not will oe special classes for COLOR
Wilhelmenia Gray, daughter of Mrs. Malvira Knowles; Beverly You'll feel confident: that your hair li
toconducta PTA meeting"will presidents vice-presidents DroP well I all when
Studio groomed
Green, daughter of Mr.Charlie Green; Marsha Guion, daughterof 1\.SI"s: HAIR
be the feature of the new recording secretaries, cor- 307 NW 2nd Avenue DRESSING POMADE. it hairfirmly
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Guion, Jr.; Mildred Hall, daughter of keeps
Officers In place without' that sticky,
Workshop sponsoredby responding secretaries treasurers Will be
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Hall, Sr.; Marcia Harmon, daughterof open til 1 a.m. on greasy feeling. Contains no alkallct or
the Dade County Council of ,and area coordina- May 26 other harsh irritants.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfonza Harmon;Sfiaroli Hepburn, daughter of
Parent-Teacher Associationson tors. Mrs. Harold Look for the
Tabor is Coll 371.5016 orange p
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hepburn; JeroniaHiggs, daughter of Mr. can with the man and j t'
and Mrs. Thomas Higgs,Jr.; Angle Hines, daughter of Mr. and Wednesday, May 31, in the chairman of the day. lady on top.LARGE O' ar .a''
Mrs. Fred Harris, Jouce Hubert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.D. Miami Shores Baptist Church, SIZE 50< t '1
370 Grand Concourse from TRIAL SIZE 250
C. Hubert; Dorothy Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE On sale at drug storei, G'ry MURPAY

Nathaniel Johnson. New officers of all localPTA's MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY chain marts stores and ,barer:
Patricia Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Johnson; shops. If your dealer does not have
are invited toattend.Inan APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. Murray's Pomade he can get It quickly
Ros) n Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernal Rolle; addition to the for send only SI. and we will
Teresa Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johnson; general pro- THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. 1foor 2 .giant I tie Hair Pomadepostage
gram session which will show paid.MUDMY'S
Amelia Jones, daughter of Mr,and Mrs Benjamin Jones; the pitfalls and problems of PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM! SUPtRIOI PRODUCTS COMPANf4H
of Mr.and Mrs Lemuel Kemp, Elsi e I .
Sylvia Kemp, daughter conducting meetings there Catrltttt Ittrtlt. Mict "


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THE MIAMI{ TIMES, Friday, May 26, 1967 3

United Home Owners Hold .

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Election For Street Liahts
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All of the residents who are which will protect your home mass meeting on Thursday,
Freeholders (property own- and ours. All of you who are May 25, at the Liberty City
ers) of the area from North- not registered Freeholders,it Neighborhood Center, 1900
west 62nd to 79th Streets, and Is most Important that you N.W. 75th Street, at8:30p.m.,
Northwest 17th to 32nd Avenues contact the supervisor of elec- and bring your ballots with
have received official tions office Immediately by you. A notary will be presentto _
Absentee Election Ballots, letter, requesting in writing a notarize these ballots at this
during the past week, to be current freeholders card. meeting. _
mailed in to the Supervisor of United Homeowners Asso-
elections, before June 5. Write: Supervisor of Elections ciation of 22nd Avenue Heights x
Elections Division, P.O. Box Para Villa Heights Block Club s
This election is beingheldfor 256, Miami, Florida 33101. Gladeview HomeownersAsso- I
"Street Lights" for our area, It is urgent that you attend a ciation. -4 jflJ

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Business Firms Hot For Negro .

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Engineer GraduatesThe Minister Muhammad All Preaches To Record

nation's business firms their recruiting on Negro col- are: Hallmark Cards, Inc.,
are making an intense talent lege campuses and are offering Kansas City, Mo.; Aetna Life Crowd At Muhammad's Mosque #29
search for Negro college bigger salaries."A and Casualty,Hartford,Conn.; -
graduates who majored in en- few years ago, big firms Philco-Ford Corp., Philadel- Minister Muhammad Ali speaks, with centerfold photoof Nkrumah met me at the air-
gineering.An began to hire more Negroes. phia and Sun Oil Co. electrified an audience of 700 Elijah Muhammad. "With port. Thousands of people on
Than smaller companies fig- A. P. DeRosa, placement persons far and near to hear out this man's guidance I wouldbe the parade route cheering me,
associated press survey ured they eught to do some- director at Georgia Tech,saida him at Muhammad's mosqueNo. a bum out there in the world, banners with: "Welcome
pointed out that one reason is thing too," said Williams C. Negro senior at that school 29, last Sunday afternoon. drinking, gambling, running home, brother"turned to Mr.
the threat of loss of defense Gutman, placement director at applied for eight jobs and was Minister Ali is just at home on after white women and would Nkrumah and said, it's good to
contracts if the government Temple University in phila- offered all of them. the rostrum as he is in the not have had sense to acceptthe be home after 400 years."
thinks a firm is discriminating belphia. ring. Much of the speech serv- invitation of Muslim lead-
against Negroes."A Maurice Mayberry, place- "He was so overwhelmed by ed as a travelogue to the many ers had I not been taught the
good Negro graduate witha ment director of the Univer- the choice that he gave up and listners, of his travels aroundthe truth long before I left these Get
technical background is sity of Florida in Gainsville decided tograduate world and particulary in shores."
more In demand than anyoneI said: "It is considered a school instead," DeRosa said. Muslim countries. "One of the greatest thrills A
can think of," said Bob feather in the hat of a recruiter "Ten years ago you justdidn't Cameras clicked and auto- of my lifetime was when I got ;.. DOUBLE ACTIONftOLGRSttAYKJURHMC
Millikan, senior employment to recruit The graph seekers donated to the off a black piloted plane with % '
a Negro. rea- have this kind of offer *.
representative at Pacific Gas son is clear -- government for minority group mem- educational fund with copiesof black stewardesses in Africa, 2 DttjSES HAIR 111 HKE
Muhammad A dele- and the head of State Kwame
and Electric Company in San pressure." bers," said William M. Nix, speaks. ,
Francisco. Among other firms named as placement director at More- gation of children came fromFt.
Companies are stepping up recruiting Negro graduates house College in Atlanta. Lauderdale,Hollywood and -
Hallandale, to great the cham-

Ford Fisk Minister Ali took timeout STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
Tuskegee from his busy schedule to ad-
I dress the youth at the spring
social held by M.G.T.&G.C.C. VET TV
$300,000 under the direction of Sister
.. Each Lieut. Frances Bey. Minister FORMERLY OF JET I IS NOW VET
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Ali praised the sisters for
New York-Three grants to dominantly Negro institutions, in 1964, Is housed in the one- their beautiful array of clean, 3797735TED
strengthen and expand research will use the funds to develop time residence of Frederick civilized styles.All .
on racial topics by Negro their social-science research Douglass, the son of a slave through his speech, Ali 846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9 ,
social scientists were announced program over the next three who became a stateman and displayed a copy of Muhammad -
today by the Ford years. For the Foundation's abolitionist leader. It will expand -
Foundation. The grants were part, the grants reflect an increasing guided tours of its twelve - -
$300,000 each to FiskUniver- emphasis on expand- galleries and give more lec- ..............................

sity and Tuskegee Institute, ing scholarly study of racial tures on the Negro America
and $98,530 to the Universityof problems to parallel educa- : FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMODATIONS :

Michigan, which conducts tional, community development and on his African heritage.An AT MODERATE RATES .
cooperative research with and other action pro- extension program involving '
Tuskegee.Also grams by and for minority development of teaching aids, : CALL :

groups. displays, and exhibits for use .................... '
announced was a outside the institute(including, t t,1\ I 1 :
$250,000 grant to the Frederick The Frederick Douglas Institute for example, a mobile displayof .
Douglass Institute of of Negro Arts and History African sculpture) will be : BONDED !, 1
Negro Arts and History, in will use its grant, to be mat- supported, and the institute ; Iii.
Washington, D.C., for its edu- ched by equal amounts from will continue its special effortto flj. :; ,.
cational program on the cul- other sources,for its programon provide educational pro- : RENTAL --
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H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher By Booker T. Hayes
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor Just What Is The

WILLIAM W. McBRIDE, City Editor Amonth ago, if you mentioned the name Charles Allen Jr.,
.. STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor the response would have been instantaneous.Everyone was

Member of the Notional Newspaper Publishers Association aware at that tine of the horrible accidental shooting responsible E'k To The
- -" .._.. .. .... for young Allen's death. As has been the custom, the inci- Solution

{SUBSCRIPTION: RATES dent was alloted the usual coverage of crimes violence and
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $&00 then forgotten. Forgotten by all but the people upon whose lives i
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--- Florida
his death had the most significance, his parents. They haveno
Entered Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post
as doubt tried to be rational in their acceptance! of the will of
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876
fate, but the untimeliness of his death has left them with the

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" unanswered question whether or not they failed him in some A report of the House Appropriations Committee calling for
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America con best lead way. They are left with thepowers of their imagination that the complete merger by 1975 of Florida State and Florida A &
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accords almost always tend to offer a remedy after the fact. They are M universities in Tallahassee has been adopted.
to every man regardless of his race, creed or color his left to wonder if some act on their part could not have alteredthe
human and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no mon-the
course of their son's destiny. Headed by Rep. Robert Graham (D., Miami) the subcommittee
Negro Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that
In an effort to find the answers to some of his unanswered report called for an immediate halt to construction at
oil men are hurt as long as anyone is held back.GOVERNOR'S .
questions, the father,. Charles Allen,Sr., has offered a large A&M, and for cessation of graduate student enrollment and
portion of a months salary as a reward, hoping someone with "serious review" of possible phasing out of pharmacy and
knowledge of the crime will come forward. As of my last report nursing programs.The .
lJ1r ditor's otebook of the reward fund,the original 200 dollars offered by the

father had increased to 311 dollars.The additional 111 dollars subcommittee asked "increased emphasis on integration
had been donated by other synpathetic individuals interested in and coordination of staff and curriculums" between the

helping the father find the facts behind his son's death. universities, and consideration to stepped up construction at
The time has come when Negroes must show compassion for Florida State University, about two miles from the location of

At Tallahassee, our State Capital,on Monday this week Gov- their neighbors. They must begin to feel the bounds of togetherness A&M.
ernor Kirk's branch banking bill was defeated in the Senate bya In a prosperous society such as ours, 200 dollarsis
4 3 vote. The bill was said to be a relief bill for Ed. Ball, not considered a vas t sum, but when its all a person can The survey says that since school integration has become a
head of the Dupont estate.This estate owns 30 Florida National economically afford, it becomes the equivalent of all he has. fact, there will be little sense in maintaining two state univer-
banks, the Florida East Cost Railroad and the St. Joe's Paper This I feel is the case of Mr. Allen, he has offered his all. sities in the same city, as is the case of Florida A& M and
Company.The I know and you know, that the original amount offered will Florida State Universities.The .
not make Informants of such a hindeous crime come forward,
bill, if passed, would permit unlimited branches in but Mr.Allen has given us an opportunity to show our together- committee gives full recognition to the contributionsthe
Florida's eleven largest counties.
ness. He has made it possible that by helping him, we will in Negro school has made and is making,not only to the state,
turn be helping ourselves.The fact that such crimes within our but to the nation.It especially notes the opportunity it has given

WILL SANCTIONS FELP? community can go unsolved is dreadful enough,but when they the underprivileged to continue their education.

can prey upon our Innocent children the picture is even
Florida's teachers are still fighting for an increase in sal- blacker. Dade Rep. Robert Graham said, "We can't do away with

ary and threatening state-wide sanctions against schools if The fellows with whom I work+, the Skycaps of Eastern AirLines Florida A& M without providing a meaningful substitute."

their financial demands are not met.Wednesday is the day set at Miami International Airport started a Charles Allen
A gradual with Florida State is
for action, according to the Florida Education Association. Jr. reward fund. We contacted Mr. Garth Reeves, Managing merger recommended by the
Editor of the Miami Times who also happens to be a member subcommittee. It also suggests that between now and 1975, the
Sanctions would certainly hurt our education system, so let's of the Board of the Lincoln National Bank of Miami. Mr. two institutions should begin to integrate and coordinate their

hope this matter will be settled in a manner satisfactory td all Reeves graciously consented to set up a Charles Allen Jr. Re- staffs and curriculums.

concerned. ward account within the bank to handle contributions from all "
Under the caption "Education in Perspective appearingin
those desiring to offer assistance. Let us show through our
Times staff writer Stan Wit-
The St. Petersburg recently, ,
contributions that in trouble is not
a family necessarily a
full treatment "Florida A& M What Direc-
wer gave a on :
family alone. Let us also show, that acts of violence againstour
tion?" Among other things, he said
youth will not go unpunished. Individually,our powers are
If have read or heard the story that the Rt. Rev. JamesL.
you limited, but collectively,there is no end to what we can accom-
Duncan, Bishop of the Episcopal Church in the Diocese of plish. "The programs at A& M recognize the general shortcomings

South Florida, with headquarters in Miami, and also a memberof All contributions should be mailed to the Charles Allen, Jr., of Florida's Negro high schools and the consequent lack
Dade County Community Relations Board, was denied playing Reward Fund c/o the Lincoln National Bank of Miami, 6015'of proper preparation of their graduates for higher education.

golf at the North Dade Country Club you'll probably wonder N. W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Florida 33127.
why.Here's "It accepts the fact that, as university system Chancellor
the reason. He was accompanied by two Negroes.-. J. Broward Culpepper admitted at at the recent Governor's
That seems ridiculous in the city of Miami today. Dade Conference on Education at Orlando, three out of every four
County has made such progress along racial lines that she is PUN PHUN A& M students could not pass the entrance exams at any other
considered one of, if not the most outstanding county not onlyin state university. (A& M's minimum score on the 12th grade

the state, but perhaps in the nation. By Phil Ossofer test is 125, compared to 300 for other schools.) This is one
What is worse is that the Country Club is supposed to be a strong argument against talk of merger with FSU.

public course. Are Negro golfers entitled to use this course or I've acquired a copy of month, the meat industry tries
not? "Chase's calendar of Annual to get the cook out of thekit- "A& M recognizes the need for much post-high school: remedial -

The proper authorities should give the answer in lerms un Events for 1967," and I found chen for a cook-out. Person work for its beginning students and it assumes the
derstandable by the general public for it. No other has or
these Interesting entries for ally, I only cook-out for people responsibility providing university ,
June: I idolize.You see wants to have such programs.

POLITICS Did you know that June Is place burnt offerings before
IN JACKSONVILLENews "Cordless Electric Month?" I them. "A& M is not a completely segregated school,but is almost
that. It has 15 non-Negro faculty members of a total 211. It
got a big char ge out of this Talk about excitement! This
from Jacksonville tells that there will be quite an interesting has some white students, particularly in federally sponsored
"month." I'm eve rr eady one will put a curl in your hair
election in that city on Tuesday, with five Negroes Outward Bound which
programs as require desegregated
to boost it, and I can think ofa June is "National Home Per-
seeking office.
battery of reasons for doingso manent Month." Well, you student bodies.
Three Negroes are in a contest for Municipal Court proba-
but will tell can't blame the Industry for
someone please
tion officer Mrs. Mary Singleton is seeking council seat, op- me how I can put in a plug for trying to sethead.. Besides, "The problem, however, is not one of segregation or de-
posing Mrs. Reba Sharp, White Mrs. Sharp is running for the it? the purpose is to enable segration. It is the simple fact that until ths day comes when

seat held by her husband, Lem Sharp. Fly" month. Just mentioned it American women hood's overhead Florida's Negro high school graduates receive better education
Mr. Charles Simmons now serves as a member of the City
to let you know what's buzzin', to become an asset. than they do now, the state either must have a school like
Board. A& M for them to attend
cuzzin. June fourth is "Old Maid's or deny them baccalaureate degree

Would you believe that it isalso Day," honoring our married opportunities entirely
Dairy Month?" It reallyis. women who have contributedmuch
POLITICS IN THE BAHAMAS "Principally because of a low salary scale (1966-67)
(I wouldn't give you a bum to our history and well-
average: $8,469 vs $10,725 at 'Florida: and FSU). A& M has a
steer). It's the month when the being. An old maid is a miss
The Bahamas Progressive Liberal party has lost'the by- daries call our attention to the who misses becoming a Mrs., continuing faculty recruitment problem. Its better teachersare
election held Monday to elect a representative Crooked Is- milky way. In June you will seea thus missing matrimony. moving to out-of-state schools at a pace causing Dr. Gore

land. The PLP candidate, Wilbert Alexander Moss, was defeated lot of ads about the homoge- Seriously, many of them remain and the Regents considerable concern.Applicants for instruc-
by the United Bahamian Party's candidate, Basil Trevor nized going pastyoureyes.You "Miss"because they refuse tors' and assistant professors' assignments are plentiful.
vote of 350 to 300. had been the former But deans and associates
Kelly by a Kelly repre- may think I'm ribbingyou to be miss-mated, or because finding qualified professors ,Negroor
sentative of the island. Moss is a native of Crooked Island, but but June is also National they have a miss-ion in white, from good schools, is difficult, according to Dr.
in where he is in the taxi cab busi-
has lived for years Nassau Barbecue Month. During this life.POWELL'S Gore.
Both parties now have 19 seats in the House of Assembly. "As a result, only 27.9 per cent of A& M faculty has doc
Premier Pindling has the support of one Independent and one toral degress, compared to 47.3 per cent at Florida; 59 per
Laborite. SUIT cent at Florida Atlantic; 60.2 per cent at South Florida and
67.1 at Florida State."

Members of the House of Representatives are beginning to
wonder if they should have listened to their leadership. The Florida A& M has done a great Job in those 80 hard and

TWO BOYS BADLY MISTREATED"Our rebellious House spurned the advice of the Democratic and Re- trying years since its founding in 1887.But time and progress

publican leaders in dealing with Adam Clayton Powell, the ob- have caught up with FAMU. The bright Negro graduate of today -
deeds are seeds of fate sown here on earth, but bring- streperous veteran Democratic member from Harlem, and well realizes the stigma that is being built there and is
ing forth their harvest in eternity." -- Broadman. ousted him. setting his sights on University of Florida or FSU.

Cruelty to animals is bad enough, and our laws should be Now Mr. Powell has brought suit against most of the top )
such as will protect such creatures. However a recent case leaders to reinstate him on constitutional grounds.The House We definitely have a problem here to face up to. Finding a I

of extreme cruelty to two boys at Sunland Center for Retarded// is taking the almost unprecedented course of preparing to hire solution will not be the easiest thing. Closing or phasing out
Children should demand attention. outside legal talent to defend it. Normally the Justice Depart- Florida A& M is not the answer. Where then will our students

These two children, aged 11 and 14, were locked in an abandoned ment acts in legal matters for any branch of the government. who have suffered from this cycle of deprivation go? The rea-
truck for 17 hours, without food or water. How can human Where it will all end nobody knows. Some members feel it listic solution seems to lie in our fast-growing chain of Junior if
beings treat those children that way is hardly understand is high time for the constitutional issue of House membership colleges all over the state.Why not special remedial programsfor
able. If they deserved punishment, was it necessary to inflict to be faced frontally.Almost certainly that confrontation would the Negro students who have suffered from an inferior 1
such inhuman punishment? have been avoided if the advice of the Democratic and Repub- education? !,

We are pleased to learn that an Investigation is being made, lican leaders had been followed. I
and will await the result with keen interest. Christian Science Moniter These are tough questions. I wish I knew the answers.


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday;""Map26, 1961 5'

Sound Business To Be Equal LETS TALK POLITICS

Management PracticesBy By NORMAN E. JONES

Wilford S. White, D.C.S. by Whitney M. Young: Jr. The Democratic Party was in solid control of every facet of

government in the solid south, the Democratic Party was in
I i Executive Director National Urban League
complete control of lynchings, burnings, terrorism, preach-
ments of race-hate.
SOME FACTS ABOUT WELFAREThe The Democratic Party in the south was incomplete controlof

disease poverty, ignorance, apathy, with its chain gangs,
business, where competition is keen and where success forced labor conscription, horrible public school systems,
depends on doing the little things well,you must know your myth that people on welfare are "chiselers" who don't roads, parks playgrounds and all public facilities.The .
trade. want to work has been repeated so often that it falls into the

technique of the Big Lie .. repeat a lie often enough and pfo- Democratic Party in the south so thoroughly devasted
One area in which small businessmen fall down is that
many ple will believe it. Every time a politician wants to make a their domain that even "the four horsemen of the apocalypse"could
of keeping accurate records of financial transactions. It may
hit with the home folks or a newspaper wants to boost circu- find nothing to do.
seem but small businessmen do not know the
many lation, they go back to the old welfare chiselers routine. Meanwhile the Democratic Party under the dominance of the
to record and file cancelled checks.
proper way write, ,
southern wing was lean and hungry on a state as well as na-
Now they will have to find another horse to flog because a
Most can get by,when it comes to writing checks that will be White House official has made public the figures on welfare tional level in all other parts of the nation and the Republican
honored at the bank but Party waxed fat and prosperous establishing permanent resi-
for some, that's about it. Too many recipients and they show that only 50,000 -- less than 1 percent -
small businessmen write checks that record clue as to their .. are able to work. dences in the White House and the capitols of other states our-
purpose and even fail to make out stubs.The check and check side the southern and border states.
There are 7.3 million people in the U.S. getting some formof

stub are Important records. welfare aid. A little over 2 million are aged, 700,000 are Republican presidents following the reconstruction tried in

Successful businessmen code all checks so that they can be blind or handicapped, 3.5 million are children, and the rest vain to build a semblance of a Republican Party in the South-

rapidly indentifted. The coding system need not be complex. are the parents of these children who are unable to support ern States, to no avail, no White man would have any part of

Indeed, the simpler the system, the better. A system devisedby them. Almost a million of these are mothers who can't leave the Republican Party.

you can serve your needs as well as one devised by a Wall their kids to go to work, while most of the 150,000 fathers on By default and urged by the need of official representationin
Street broker. welfare are handicapped in one way or another. these Southern States in order to remain a national party,

the Republicans used the Negro, and again the Negro came to
These people don't sound like chiselers to me or to any other
When checks are returned from the bank after they have been the rescue of the national political party to contribute to its
person. They are victims of a system which has
honored, they should matched against whatever purpose they dominant position in the White House.
failed them and they are people who may have met with mis-
were written to serve. The easiest way to do this is to attach
fortune in life, but they must be accorded the basic dignitiesdue From this renewed political opportunity was spawned the
the cancelled check to the bill it was used to pay.
all human beings. The present welfare system treats themin dynasty of Negro Republican politicians of great stature, fame

When this is not possible,a brief notation attached will serve a manner which robs them of dignity and frustrates effortsto and accomplishments whose great prestige wooed the Negro in

the purpose. make them selfsufficient.This the north,where they could vote, into the Republican camp,
nation reveres the family and everyone agrees that a creating a stronger Republican Party and wreaking havoc in

strong family unit is essential to society, yet the welfare sys- northern democratic circles, even more.r .
tem actually helps break up many families. Children who receive -

welfare in the aid to dependent children program often

pay for the aid by losing their fathers. That's because of the
man-in-the-house- rule which forbids assistance to the child- "

ren if there is an able-bodied man living with them. So many
fathers must leave their families to keep their children from

starving. The rule is enforced by Gestapo-like raids, usuallyin r ; .
the middle of the night to check on whether a man is home. .

There are many other abuses. most states pay benefits

which don't even come up to their own standards, payments ;

average below the federal poverty standards, eligibility is of- ,

ten denied on unfair grounds, clients must submit to harras-

sment and humiliating investigations, and incentives are dim- By ALBERT W, COOKE

med because benefits are cut by a(dollar for each dollar earn-

ed by anyone in the family. Continue your letters, telegrams and phone calls, tie wallsof
There is also another myth about welfare- that Negroes "Political Jerico" have begun to crumble. The HonorableDr.

gravitate to big cities because welfare payments are better Gissendanner of the Dade County delegation has introduceda

there. This is false. Only about a third of welfare recipientsare districting bill which goes a long way in giving the Supreme '

Negro, and those who go to the cities are doing what mil- Courts, edict, one man, one vote. A chance to come into being.

lions of immigrants before them did .. they go in search of Representative Gissendanner states that it is.imperativethat .'

work and they go to escape the brutal repression which still the legislature act on districting the State in this session. In

exists in large sections of the United States.They are no dif- order to bring about fair reapportionment before the Federal

ferent from the white families who leave povertystrickenareas Courts perform the job for them. The Gissendanner plan would

Writing checks saves both time of the South or the appalachian. region in search of Jobs take effect immediately on becoming law. This honorable gen

and money. and dignity. tleman sees districts as the best means d giving the best representation -
New York's welfare commissioner, Mitchell I. Ginsburg, to "all" citizens of Dade County and the State.

Here is a simple checklist for businessmen who use checksas recently said that the welfare system was "designed to save Seldom have we seen men of courage in high places on a par

a regular part of their business operations--. Always fill money rather than people, and the tragedy is that it does,nei with the Honorable Dr. Gissendanner. We hope and pray this

in the date. Back-dating or post-dating checks should be ther." We will have to find a better way to assist those in need. calibre of man will epotimize the Dade delegation of the future.

avoided. It's bad business and creates a bad image for you at Through no fault of their own, millions of our fellow Americansare Letters and telegrams are in order to this"man of principle."

your bank. 2. Write the name of the payee clearly. Alwaysuse unable to get farms, or banks, which don't receive sub- Soul brother, the power structure foresaw the possibility of

the full, official name of the person or the firm. 3. Write' sidies in one form or another. Subsides to human beings are districts three years ago.So they began grooming"boys" they
at least as legitimate as these government subsidies to pro- hope to present to us as their acceptable choice of candidatesto
the figure of the amount to be paid clearly in dollars and cents.
Put a period between dollars and cents. addition, underline perty or to business which amount billions of dollars yearly. represent"us" in the state legislature.If and when the Status -
quo is changed by legislative or court action. One of these
cents. This eliminates any possible confusion. 4. Be sure to I
The problem facing us now is to provide the basic necessi- "boys" has been so conditioned la the last three years that he :
out the
spell same amount that you indicate in the figure. Fail-
ties no human being should be deprived of,while allowing re- has blossomed into a "thorough-bred Uncle Tom'," cotton
to do this undue in the check .
ure can cause delay being
cipients to maintain their dignity and providing incentives to sack and all! He will make his moves In a few weeks.
honored. This be when bills due at certain date
can costly are a
restore them to self-sufficient wherever possible. Cousin! We are ready, willing and able to select and financea
and, also, you may lose a discount. 5. It is Important to fill in
It is obvious that the nation needs an economic security
pro- candidate or candidates of our own choosing. Too long have
your check stub with equal care-date, amount,name of payee,
and of gram which Insure that all individuals, as a matter of we allowed leaders to be appointed for us. It is high time we
This information be invaluable in
purpose payment. can
the right, will be guaranteed minimum payments to keep them do the Job for our selves and the future of our children.On .
future. 6. Affix the time
your signature same way every above the poverty line while all who can work will find Jobs
Thursday May 11, THE Dade delegation in the House of
write check. When feasible known
you a use a signature onlyto
with the government acting as an employer of last resort if Representatives had a chance to help the working citizens of
your immediate acquaintances. A simple,routine signatureis
necessary.For Dade but failed because of
of its
County amotionty one mem-
easy to forge, and your account may be drained before you
information contact: Guichard Parris or Dolores bers. House bill 714 would have prohibited Job and dis-
know what is Match check stubs with the
happening. 7. your Williams I
Public Relations Department,National Urban Lea- crimination based on sex and race. Cousin, ask your legislature ,
cancelled checks from the bank. This will show what
you gue, 55 East 52nd Street, New York, N. Y. 10022. how he voted? Then look in a house Journal.
checks are still outstanding. If you add the outstanding checks

to the bank a 1 an c e (make 11 0 wan c e for any bank service
charge), the resulting figure should total the cash balance on :

your last cancelled check. Do this matching within a week after 1:1
your checks come from the bank. It takes a long time to I Help! We Need More leaders

straighten it out. An ounce of prevention is still worth more -
than a pound of cure.8.Do not throw out your cancelled checks. I I
The Negro citizenry in Dade our community be repre- Leadership Development Project ments represent the first time
Keep them handy for at least a month and then transfer themto County, as inmost of our sented. This Project further attempts that the Negro has been repre

a safe place for keeping.It is true that the three year Statueof metropolitan areas,are solely Many of our local boards do to enable participantsto sented. Placements Include

Limitations applies to tax audits by the Internal Revenue lacking in representation on have Negro representation: further develop their lead- Goodwill Industries Board;

Service, but the three year limitation does not apply if IRS sus- policymaking boards,com- but when we examine this fact ership skills, and seek ap- Senior Centers Boards;Urban

pects fraud, and you may need these old records to prove your mittees, commissions, and on further, we discover that this pointments for them boards Renewal Agency Board; Plan-

point. Old records may also help you to quickly prepare finan- the boards of voluntary representation is token, dupli- which Influence their lives. Ing, Action Communityteam

cial statements showing trends in your business over a periodof agencies that service the Ne- catory, and simply reflects a During the past two years, ; Protestant Social Wel-

time. 9. Keep blank checks in a safe place. Many careless gro community. Many of the very small segment oftheNegro over 500 persons have participated fare Services; Hospital Advi-

businessmen have regretted leaving their check books out in key decisions affecting our community. Such lack of in some phase of the sory Board; Urban League and

the open where a few blank checks have been stolen and used. lives are taken by non-elec- Involvement onthe part of Ne- Leadership Development Pro- many others.

There are undoubtedly many other good habits which come tive officers and boards. The. gro citizens, means that we do ject. Some of these persons

to your mind as you read this.Practice all of them. Good bank- Zoning Board can determinethe not participate in the bulk of completed the formalized There is still much to be done

; ing habits are vital to good business operation,and good busi- f u t u.r e of our neighbor- the plans and decisions made, seminar training, others here in Dade County. Until we

ness and money: Just naturally go well together. hoods; the Library Board de- which vitally affect our lives. participated in a Community as Negroes, become an integral -
cides where services are of- Action Assembly, while still part of the decisionmaking -

fered, when libraries nand Dade County has a wealth of others sought specific training populace of our community -

close; the board of charitable j"untapped," under-utilized to solve a specific community we will remain isolated -
t OUR CLASSIFIED ADS organization decides what :leadership in the Negro com- problem. Placements of semi- alienated, and powerless.

service it will provide,where, munities. To help identify, nar graduates have been madein Support your Greater Miami

MING RESULTS and to whom. Because of the motivate, and develop this latent over twenty community Urban League. Help us to help

influence of these bodies, it is1 talent, the Greater Miami agency boards, and com- ourselves. Won't you becomea
l essential that all elements of Urban League operates a mittees. Many of these place- member?


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Have you heard anything
ANNIVERSARYThe about the Progressive Social
Pink Carnation Circle Club of Gpa-lockalately?No?
request the honor of your pre- Well, I have news. They are
sence, at the celebration of sponsoring a Tea on Sunday,
their sixth anniversary, Sun- May 28th. Where?At the home
who will
The merrygo-roundofdebutante activities day, May 28th, at the home of of Mrs. Inez Payne, the or-
bow at Boyfront auditorium on Monday evening, May 29 Mr. and Mrs. David Dobbs, ganizer.
and Friday, June 2 is keeping the young ladies quite 1852 N.W. 56th Street, from 4
busy before the big nights. to 600 p.m.plenty of refresh I :
ments and a wonderful pro-
AAUW installed their new officers at a luncheon gram for your enjoyment.
Saturday noon in Miami Springs Villas./ / (Donation). C.C. Miller presi-


Sandra Murray returned home on Saturday, May 20th u 1T"'- J .....,... ....
after a successful year at Mary Manse College in Tole- k
do, Ohio. Sandra is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Aretha C. Poitier, daughterof NATHALEE RAHMINGS

C. Murray of 5910 NW 7th Court. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Mr. aDd Mrs. Leroy ,- .

Poitier, Jr., is a candidate for Rabmlngs, Sr., of 1445 N. W,
Pennies, nicHes and dimes from your pockets and graduation from St. Augustine First Place are leaving for .' ..WO'.r S "lv I
mine made Variety Children's Hospital $3,000 richer College, Raleigh, North Caro- Knoxville, Tennessee Friday, '.M ; tit;, 1

over the weekend.It's gina, May 28. She will receivethe May 26, to attend the gradua- ,,-.A'f- Bachelor of Arts degree tion exercises;of their daugh-
another girl (Rene Myra) for the Samuel (June Jj.- t
with a major In Social Science ter, Nathalee. She-will receive! ..... .
Symonette) Tews. Rene made her debut April 20th at Mt. and a minor In Psychology. a Bachelor of Science Degreein --..-; '-,....... \ 4'., "'. ,I .
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Certainly hope you took time out to visit the Art Knoxville College.A MRS. INEZ PAYNE
Exhibit of youngsters in our He dstart program at North-
side Shopping Center Mall. The display was most im While we are on the subjectof
pressive. the founder, I might add that
Mr. and Mrs. Laban THANK YOUI she has succeeded where
Cherrie get well wishes are being sent to James Ferguson, of Howard, Fla.announce have fa 11 e d. She has
Cambridge, Rosina Gibson, Mary Gaiter, John Knowlesand the engagement of their wish to express my sincere used her dynamic energy and
William Stirrup, as well as to William Gibson, Verne daughter, Candace Marline to appreciation and warmest beautiful personality to organize -
// Green, Alice Harrison, James Henderson, George "', Mr. Marvin Henry White of thanks to my many friends who and keep together a
Tinker. Miami. The couple are gradu- were so thoughtful of me dur- group of dedicated men and
f. ates of Saint Augustine's Col- ing my Illness In the hospitaland women who each year save
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The Rector's Chapter (St. Agnes) of the CW will "r '. ;"" lege, Rawliegh North Carolina at lome. large sumsof money andnow,
honor Mr. Stanley Newbold at St. Agnes Parrish Hall on Mr. White Is employed as a The happiness that you after four years, are planningto
Sunday, May 28, 4 p.m. with a testimonial tea. J Dade County teach and Miss brought me in the many things branch out Into Community
_.. JIh.. did cannot be truly expressed -
"' t at you ,
tar.r. -- I Ferguson also teaches a Improvement Projects, suchas
Elsie' Coleman and Sylvia Wilson co-hosted a surprise Mr. and Mrs. Albert Asia of private institute. They will be in mere words. Garden Clubs, Block
bridal shower for bride-to-be Gloria Coleman on 165 N.W. 22nd Avenue, Opa- wed on Saturday, July 1,atthe Thoughtfulness like yours Crews, etc. All this is being
Sunday at Sylvia's Opa-locka home. locka, announce the marriageof Church o f God of Prophecy, surely gives life a brighter done through the tireless ef-

their daughter, Margaret In South Miami. touch.So forts of Mrs. Payne, who Is a
Delores DeGraffe of St. Albans, New York was Jeanett, to Private Walter D. saying"'Thank you" is justa housewife and mother of four.
houseguest of her brother, Dr. George Simpson during Washington of Ft. Bragg, N. MAIL HANDLERS part of all the many grateful I feel she deserves more
her in Miami. Miss DeGraffe is that within
stay visiting Thomasin thoughts are deep
25. Private Wash- praise than words can be foundto
the Virgin Islands.Mrs. WOMAN'S heart.
ington is the son of Mr. and my express. Too few women
Mrs. Willie Washington Mi Worn e n's Auxiliary of Thanks very much to all of find time aside from their busy
Robert Sereeta Ford will be hostess
( ) to the
ami. Mail-Handlers Local No. 65, you. schedules to visit their neigh-
Links on Saturday evening at the New England
presents "One Day at the bors, much less organize a
House. Fashion Mart" and CokeColaSip Addle L. Sampson club and stick with it.

Sunday, May 28, from 4 Our hats are off to Mrs.
Knights of Pythias and Grand Court of Co Ianthe j J MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED ------
600 at Bonded Rental
held their annual meeting at Gainesville. Among Mia- p.m., Payne, and may we have many
mians attending were: Mesdames Harris, HortonDunelat/ Mr. and Mrs. Frederick L. Agency, 4150 NW 7th Avenue. MUSICAL ART SHOW more like her.
and The public is Invited to come Mr. Sam Davis Is president,
Cash. Messers. Grace, Hudson and Smith. Mrs. Johnson announce the engage-
George (Maggie) Cash, Grand Worthy Inspectress of the ment of their daughter Joyceto out and see some of the latest PRESENTS SPRING and Mrs. Annie Lee Roberts Is

State was elected a reporter for the southern district. Mr. Deotis Tucker, the son fashions and most beautiful CONCERTThe financial secretary.
Mrs. Mamie J. Strong is the Grand Worthy Counselor of of Mr. and Mrs. Willie J. girls.
Florida. Mr. R. A. Driefbach is Grand Chance 01 Fla. Tucker. The wedding will take Mrs. Thelma C. Mumford, members of the Paul La- WOMAN DAY AT
place this summer. chairman and Mrs. Hope pierre School of Musical Arts
Langston Hughes died on Monday at the age of 65. Kinsey, is president. are presenting their annual MT. PLEASANTThe

We remember Langston Hughes, famed poet, author and .w Spring Concert In the Louis, public Is cordially invit-
playwright for his "Black 'Nativity" and "Mulatto." Philippe Roo m, at the Hotel ed to the celebration of Wo-

11 Call Fontainebleau on, Friday, men's Day, at Mt. Pleasant
The Church of the Incarnation's ECW will present ';,, ,, evening, May 26, at 800 p.m. Baptist Church in Goulds,Rev.A. .
Allapattah's Junior High School, chorus and Mrs. As- k The program features musicIn H. Lockett, pastor Sunday,
quith (Thelma J.) McDonald in a recital, Sunday, May CHARLESROGERS its lighter veins,very muchin May 28. The morning speakerwill
28 at 5 p.m. You ore invited. the order of the evening.The be Mrs. Annie McGhee of
affair Is strictly invitationalas Madison, Florida.The evening
Installation of Phyllis Wheatley's P.T.A. officers : are all of the activities of speaker will be Mrs. Dorothy
will take place June 1st at its regular meeting. Mrs. the society. Harris of Goulds.
Samuel Armstrong will install the new officers. ... \. AT PL 1-7502

Friends of Charles I. Sands, 1341 NW 4th Ave., are
asked to send get well cards or telephone and let him PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT

know your thoughts and prayers are with him. STEREO INSTRUMENTS.OR ORCHESTRA WTTi9NOW

Copt. and Mrs. Charles Lassiter visited in Miami PLAYING
last week after a 3Vi year tour of duty in Germany with
the-Army. Charles left for Vietnam this week. Constancewill DRIVE-IN THEATRE

work on her masters degree at the University of


Easter Maycock flew to New York last week for
her fiance's birthday and he in turn,, flew down for her in the Virgin Islands. .
birthday and brought the ring.
where the bad guys. .

are girls I I201b ,

t; assistant church school teacher /
OUTSTANDING SENIOR ; Y-Teens, national Spanish Yr :
AT CAROL CITY HIGH honor society and future teac-
I her's of America, and was
i On Friday May 19, at the chosen a "1967Girlofthe s -' Ii'
ti Awards Assembly at 7:30p.m.in year" sponsored by the
the Miami Carol City Senior National Council of Negro Wo-
High School auditorium, men.
Sheila C. Clarke was awardedtwo 1 1 /
trophies for the most out- Sheila will attend St. Augus- A SAUL DAVID PRODUCTION 4
standing senior and the most tin's College, Raleigh, North stm
outstanding member of the Fu- Carolina in the fall.
ture Teachers of America WE SELL HAPPINESS' JAMES COBURN U
1967. This award was given by
the North East Jr Women's AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAYAt Cinema: cope Color by Deluxe
the troitrcodi of N rlh-5 uth Ixpr nw y
( Sheila is the daughter of Fr. Deal's Studio CORNER N.W. 54th ST. & N.W.3rd AVE. r '\

I and Mrs.Elisha S.Clarke,Jr., 307 NW 2nd Avenue Phone 751-7502 13"\l
984 N. W. 153rd Street. She Will be open til 1 a.m. on I Or 201 Biscayne Blvd. FR 7-0401-BrowardJA 2.5131 .

is a member of the church of May 26 Mil DUIVIRY ANYWMIRI U.S.A. :... /
the Transfiguration, Opa- Call 371-5016 IN rr.I.AUDIltDALlIIU I.'LAS OlAS ILVD.JAJ.U16 :-I .
', locka; Episcopal Young

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t,'. Brownie Girl Scout Troop No. Alean Cunningham.The .
161 had its first hike and cook- troop is sponsored by the

51 j i out on Saturday, May 13. The First Baptist Church of
I: girls hiked from Firs Baptist Bunche, Par k, Rev W K.
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r rY> Church of Bunche Park to the Macon, pastor. Mrs. Robert
..1 Scout park area in North Dade Cunningham is troop leader.
County to the home of the as-

sistant t roo pleader, Mrs.
r rr DM, IPS!
r r er w r.r Robert Sands. There, they hada
BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING tT cook-out and lots of fun playing PRINTING
ball, all kinds of games,
LINE-0-TYPE and canal.enjoying the wildlife In the IMC!

THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Mrs. Samuel Harrison(she's Twenty-one of the troop's 27
Alice Dean) rushed to Cedars of Lebanon last Wednesday night registered Brownies dressedin
Some of those expensive 'dishes' sent Brownie
to Montreal to 'entertain' visitors to Expo cipated. Three older scouts

'67 are beige beauts Peyote drug run- (Misses Elaine Tanksley,
ning rampant among teenagers and young Mellanie Cunningham,and Ann Miami Times
adults ? ??Opa-locka's Transfiguration ad- Robertson) came along with
ded 17 new members to its church roster via six adult coworkersMesdames -
Wednesday night. Inez Foster, Roberta -
Richard Whitney vacationing from his City
Tanksley, Ruth Sands, Queen
Jailer's post, temporarily forsaking his of- Hartnett and Devaughn) to as- Call 691-0421
ficer's uniform for the kind you wear while sist the
.... troop's Mrs.
driving a snazzy Caddy, with your boss occupying -
the rear seat Former Miamian Arnold Edwards,
now a Harlemiamian, down on vacation with relatives.
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: This corner scooped the dailies and
weekly blatts anent the upcoming retirement of West Dunbar's 9

Principalady Grace Benson Albert at school term's end. The ----------- fN CE
the week later.But still fail-
clarions harped upon scoop a they FAMU coed enjoys Florida sun-Attractive Juanita Frances
ed to blow their loud enough to inform that Mrs.
trumpets you Davis Is awaiting the end of the trimester 3 A so that she
Albert's school staff hosted her at the Holiday Inn last Friday hobbies .. TO
can return to her native Miami and partake of her
Miamians for Manhattan to show their patriotismto
swimming and dancing. In the meantime, she is pursuing a ma- -
annual Florida Ball include Phillip Wallace
jor in business education at Florida& M University and en-
Norman Bullard, Birb Wallace and Miami Times columnists Joying the wonderful sunshine in Tallahassee.Juanita is single t>. tai;: .BEAUrlCIANS"J'rf. ; \ "
Booker T. Hayes and Leo Armbrister.. Add May Birthdays: and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Davis who reside at :+ M : ,

Mae Thurston,9th; FernleyTaylor, 19th. A columnist's 12- 162 N.W. 48th Street in Miami. -- FAMU staff photo by Fillyau. :\ _.__ _' :
of Bunche Park,
year-old daughter Gayle, happy recipient

Pool's Swimmer Beginner's ID, plans volunteering as a hos- YOUTH BAZAARIN /Miss/ Bette Jo Turner
pital's candy-striper (in October) her 13th birthday BTW CLASS OF 57 _

SALT WATER TAFFY: St Agnes' Rectors Chapter honors ishavin The class its of 1957 of B.T.W., The Opa-locka OPA-LOCKA Civic Club, in ;CLAIROL:TOjt: k TECHNICIAN' (',: WILL I, ,':' HOLD f
veteran a colyte-master of ceremonies meeting
Stanley Newbold Sun- ANSWER Ot..t,
day(May 28)) from 4 to 6 in the parish hall.Mrs. Marjorie FridayMay 2&, at the home of munity cooperation organizations with other and com-the ," ,CLINIC\ '. .1 AND QUESTIONS< :r" "., ,:

Wake is prexy of the Chapter That teenage. boy who sitsnonchlantly N.W.Barbara 68th D. Thompson, 2190 City of Opa-locka Recreation HAIR COLORING ,; "\.v
Terrace. to
behind that apartment building on Ninth Street In "
th 400 block sniffing glue in broad daylight Ervin and start promptly at 8:00p.m. Department, is sponsoring a Men May 29 < '
benefit Youth Bazaar. The
Ernestine Edwards'daughter Ervaline had her first experienceat Scholarship funds and dance .i.l., .
to Bazaar will be held at Opa-
golf last Sunday, when hubby Adrian Watson took her on a plans discussed. '
Rev. locka Ernest Ingram Park and Wed. May 31
round at Miami Philip Cooper was the
Springs Golf Course. St Agnes' sexton Fred ,
from 26
Friday May through
winner of the trip to Nassau. '"
Williams' illness netted him mucho sympathy from thechurch's 1' I ..
Please make all efforts to be Sunday, May 28 from 7:00p.m.
parishioners, but his confinement apparently did not ;
time. to 10:00 p.m. daily. 'rickets .Aveiive
rate full financial support from the Vestry (tsk, tsk). are available at most of Opa- t w 7211 NW 2iii .
)' < 'r'I.
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l cka's merchants or by cal- ; w"
THE WEEK'S WASH: Phi Beta Sigma's induction last Satur- ATTENTIONClass ling MU 5-1995. ." : <. OFFICE: OF' : UtF
day made the local chapter three Greeks stronger. The All proceeds from this .' r

Larry(Carolyn) Townsends' daughter Chairl is St Paul's Kin- party, at 9001 N.W. 17 Bazaar will be used to help fin- "Wm. J. O'Brien Co.
dergarten new Queen The Willie (Laura Mae) Grahams Avenue, at the home Robert ance a complete and adequate
gave son Reginald his 7th birthday party Birb Wallace to Rolle, of the class 56 Dorsey football program for all child-
New York but his fraulein Sylvia vacationing to Nassau High. Please be present it is ren of all ages at Ernest -. (J Beauty Suppliesf '
Mae Thurston bedded in Cedars Lebanon. The Jefferson important. Ingram Park. fats"star,(. x. \' i,*\:, >' .r :'" '" *,.v, \. .. .w..J1Jb"I< ,.>>.f("
(Jennie) Reaves and family to Hampton Institute to witness the

graduation of their daughter Barbara Jean. The Clarence
(Deloris) Browns sporting a '67 canary Dodge Ditto the

Leo(Grace) Alberts in a'66 caddy The Larry(Queen .
Esther) Halls to 0 r Undo to bury her cousin and namesake When I take a case I thoroughly I\\.,..\.. '. ". ti.."" '

Queen Esther Slykes. study the background.: "" I '. ::(

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STUFF AND SUCH: Airman First Class Teddy J. Evans and Events happening.years before,
Brenda Joyce Johnson have a wedding reception date for June
3 at 828 N. W. 63 St. Orchard Villa Elementary cafeteria can win a day in court. '
manager Mary Albury Ferrell driving a Malibu beaut along
15th Avenue Shifting in 2id gear: Ass't principal for gui-
dance Juanita Hamberry from Edison Senior High to Miami W Maybe that's why I picked 'l \
Central Senior High -- same position. Ass't principal for "
administration Kelly C. Wilson from Northwestern Senior Highto Gordon's London Dry Gin. ,;(.' l

Dorsey Junior High -- same position. District guidance ,\.1
specialist Alice D. Harrison of the 9th central district to assistant Good English background.

principal for guidance.. .Dunbar Elementary physical Dry the I like i it. !
ed instructors Bragg Turner,Luis Castro and Roslyn Bethel way

; hosted their kiddies and parents last Friday during a ne'er-to- Charles E Lloyd. Attorney. Advisor to the Slauson.Washington
be-forgotten May Day exercises.WHISPERSINTHEDARK Coordinating Council, Counsel for The Bank of Finance. Advisor to Opur.it/oi
Bootstrap is one of the most successful young lawyers in the Southwest

: At Club Continental: He givesme

his paycheck every Friday, but he gives me his eye-check <,."a' .
every night At Small's: You're OK honey but your hus-
band's KO. At Ebony Bar: My Old Man doesn't beat me for
staying out late, he just beats me At Soul's Place East: z f ':
Her boy friend owes me a date. At Merlin's Lounge: She's
'chicken' and that's bad enough,but her Old Man's a real 'tur

key' At Cotton Club: Is she really that ugly, or is she advertising -
her brand of liquor ? ? ? At Mr James Club: He's

cute-looking but broke.. .At the Satellite: If her mini was any
higher she could wear it for a bra,

CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Gospelark Mahalia Jackson I'si' .
divorced. The Second Avenue wig peddler, who spewts ob- "
scenities at potential buyers when he fails to unload his mops

Two young sexy-looking, mini-skirted, giggling ofay '
cuties, alighting from a taxi cab at Seventh St and N.W. Second : :: i
Ave, but disappearing into the shadows.. Blues singer Eddie : A. a
Lee and NTB sec'y Gwendolyn Robinson having heart-burns

I Richard Smith, the Liberia(Fla)grocer and real estater,
I admitted to Hollywood Memorial hosp Wednesday ayem .
The Charles (Betty) Youngs (She's the sexy sec'y at JESCA's s G's ORDON3
Day Care Center) are expecting their 3rd probably In early
November. Already the parents of a boybandagirl, mom and
pop are praying for another Blue Bundle. That's it, brother, g u 10NDONDRY
from your one-man-newspaper, who knows everybody and GIN
everybody's racket, but who has it that the big buzz among the .
Cordon$ Cm created in London. England in 1769It
! /' Snoots is the hush-hush of that socialite who got loaded on her the biggest seller in England, America and the world s __.
'night out' and had to be dunked in the raw to sober her up.

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So the Cubans had a strike and refused to go to work on t.\ / .
Tuesday. I was In the downtown area when they drove throughIn '-'. .,-" t" \
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their motorcade, with lights shining and horns blaring. The NOBLE EZEKIEL WALLACE
Americans, White and Black,who were denied these Jobs were
working, as usual. We realize that the Cubans do not want to SHRINERS GALA DAY-

live under the Communist rule, Just as we don't but they are CELEBRATION HERE-
in free America, and do not seem to appreciate the fact that THIS WEEKENDThe !1S# i
we have taken them in provided them with food and our money,
and allowed them to enjoy the freedom of our cities and towns.
AncientE g y p t i a n Artic dit11 ;
They have done more rioting and marching in Miami than the Order I Nobles% of the Mystic %

Americans, including extinguishing the Torch of Friendship.We Shrine of North and South Am- ,ra
marched to the Torch 0 f Friendship when Kirk vetoed the erica and Jurisdiction will be

Child Care Program funds,but to extinguish the Torch! Never! hosted by Kazar Temple No. _
This was our first such march, and I hope that Is will be our 149, beginning Friday, May 26 &- -1'- -- -- ---

last. It was a quiet ceremony showing our disapproval of the until Sunday May 28. The occasion Dim ER HONORING VICE PRESIDENT HUMPHREYMore
move, Those Cubans who struck against their employers show- is the annual Gala Day
ed that they are not grateful for the opportunity given them by celebration of the Nobility and than 1500 Democrats from over the state attended a dinner dance at the
American business. The economy suffered, and this is the Daughters of the Desert. Fontainebleau Saturday night in honor of Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey.
economy that keeps them fed, clothed, and housed. Don't get Headquarters will be the Part of the group that enjoyed the gay evening dining, dancing and being entertained
me wrong. I have many Cuban friends, but this time, I think Alcazar Hotel where registration by Frank Sinatra are pictured above. Standing are Judge Bernie Berman,
they were wrong. Regardless of who you are,if you're wrong, and all meetings will take Dr. Edwin Shirley, Dr. John 0. Brown, Atty. Henry Arrington, Atty. Robert Koeppel,
you're wrong. There is no in-between. place. The highlight of the Garth C. Reeves and Atty. Herb Klein. Seated are Mrs. Berman, Mrs. Arrington, Mrs.
celebration will be the annual Brown, Mrs. Hubsch and Mrs. Koeppel.No.rthwestern .

Potentates Charity Ball on Saturday -
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Annie Brown(Brownsville from 9 until 1; o'clockin
Center Child Opportunity Aid) the Biscayne Terrace Hotel Plans Community ActionIn

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Rev. Henry C. McDowell ballroom.person. The Donation ball is formal$2.00 per the order to terminate the music by both'the' chorus and will begin promptly at 6.30 pm,
many acts of vandalism and the band a question and answ- Monday, May 29. AU parentsare
is invited
public and the ma-
GOLFER OF THE WEEK: Ernest Brown )choping up the big sonic family is expectedtoattend. instill community pride for its er period. The first programwill urged to come out and sup I
boys) school, the school populationof be held on N.W. 69th St., port this project. Better com-
Miami NorthwesternSeniorHigh between 11th and 12th Ave. It munities make better schools.
Ezekial Wallace is potentateand
VIP OF THE WEEK: Samuel .MoncurThe Emancipator of John Williams is secre- is planning the first of a
THE POOR) tary. series of programs to discuss
what the school andthe com-
munity can do to make North- W.C. Baker

I have a personal' plea to make: Some of you are familiar western a symbol that everyone -
with the Avon Billington case, and some are not. This young KEY PUNCH COURSE' can be proud of. AND HIS BAND
man has a Kidney disease,and the EOPI is trying to raise FOR $25 The program will include
$10,000 to buy a machine that will keep this young man alive. A non-credit course in Key Are Now at The

Once, he is recuperated from this disease, the machine will Punch Machine operation will STORK CLUB
be used for similar cases at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Thisis begin June 20 at the North Miami Times
a dread disease, and the same one who took our son, Campus of Miami-Dade Junior (Formerly the Harlem Gardens)
William, from us last year. At that time,they had not made'(he College. Ads 14495 NW
advancements in science that would give us this hope. Please Classes will meet on Tuesdays 22ndAVENUE
contribute whatever you can by sending a check or money orderto and Thursdays,to9.45 OPA-LOCKA, FLA.
Dividends (J2))
Avon Billington, c/o Mr. Sumner Hutcherson,Jr.,Director p.m. Pay

Brownsville EOPI, 2741 N.W.49th Street.Help this young man Taught by William E. Russellof !II
to live and be a worthwhile citizen of our community, and at Miami Data Processing ..' yv SUp ry..
the same time, have hope for our other children who might be- Center the is "
course designed Club
The Continental i
come victims of kidney disease. to qualify students for posi- [ r

tions as beginning key punch

operators. ? 6000 NW 7th Aye
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Sam M 0 n cur of the EOPI Registrations are being accepted t
a drive last Sunday to h e I Variety Chlldren' in '
spearheaded p Room 1123 cott TH"E'FUNi'
Hospital. The center directors,assistant directors,staffs,ad- Hall, 8.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m., ; ;:, ; INVITES YOU TO, JOIN FUM.LF.UJNl L__
visory board members, Day care workers, Monday thru Thursday, 8:00 li :.x ; :,''\I+* FIVE{ BIG KITES( PER,WEEK i
visory board members, day care workers, block club groups, a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday. Fee :
home management departments and volunteers from all areas for the five-week course is$25 ; 'SIC BY MIAMI'S No. 1 SOUL ORCHESTRA'FRANK ,

of the city walked house-to-house from 2 toy p.m., and gath- and a sustained typing speedof AND HIS I ( :,
ered $3,000 for this worthy cause The Culmer Center came in 45 words per minute is re- WlLLmmS

first with over $700; Liberty City center was second and quired. For additional Information ROCKETEERS.. "( ..' ,
Brownsville was third in donations. This was a fine thoughton Call 685-4521. .),? FEATURING ,!';*1' :: Yr
the part of Mr. Moncur, since there are so many of us who ;"
do not have checking accounts and it is not convenient to buy :
money orders, but we are willing to give, if someone will pickit "i BEAVER LITTLE
up.This all goes to prove,that every penny, nickle and dime
adds up to tremendous amounts, and we thank all of you who LATEST HIT RECORD"I


Vera Hicks of Hicks Kurl and Kombls at home recuperating t
,, '
about Vera she won't
from an operation. One thing ,, sure s ,
let you know a thing. I hadtofindout, "accidentally" anyway, 9 '1".1" "

we wish her a speedy recovery. In talking about "Scoop" THURS. NITE ONLY
Bethel and Stanley Sweetings columns a couple of weeks ago, LADIES MIGHt .
I did not mention "From Where ISit,"by Old McBride. Well, EVER'f WEO. BOBBY POWELL

De Boss, Garth Reeves, asked me didn't I read that column, s \.AOIES FRED l' LATEST HIT RECORDMOME'f
and "In Opinion" were too intelligent MONEY
and I told him McBride My MONEY
for me. Dave BonduJr., is now stationed at Fort -- 7HE CEDING ;:.,: "I'm Gonna Leave You"RAINING
and shots shots FROM a "A WOman Will Do Wrong'
Jackson, S. C. Sez he's getting basic training ":
shots The Dave Aikens Trio is scheduled to go "on the Smiling Eddie Lee Pittman, ONLY
road" soon with a package show which includes Lonnie Sattin popular local businessman and FRI. MItE HELEN SMITH

and a girl singer from New York.They are currently appear- owner of: the Dive-Inn Bar, TilE MIGHTY\
ing at the Newport Inn, on Miami Beach. Mable Marks is 1772 NW 79th St. Phone 691- W SAT. NITE ONLY
back home after spending i some time with her mother and 9431. He invites all his old' .'
for this week. Till the next friends to come and meet new HERCULES L
father in New Orleans. .Thats it SAMM'f sou,,.
friends. welcome.
one. Enjoy the pool room and bow- ROBERT TEAGUEORS .:/ "' 'r"

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H THE MIAMI Tl WE S, Friday, May 26, 1967CONSCIENCE

l 65ers Not Filing For Medicare i Tine Magazine Donates

Edward P. Blonstron, Dis- braces -- cost $3 a month; and Page To FMCA
I trict Manager of Social Security will be deducted from Social

BY HOME BOY has voiced concern that Security benefits, at retire- full page advertisement on would furnish additional space

Political freedom is not free. Sweat! Blood! Tears and even I some persons currently ment. Before retirement, So- behalf of Florida Memorial within the year.
reaching 65 are failing to establish cial Security sends a bill every
death are the prices one must sometimes pay to share in this, College was donated this week
great legacy of our times.Ones color,creed or race not with- Medicare eligibility.In three months -- for $9. by Time magazine for circu- The art work for the ad was
this almost local Social Security Of-
country The
standing. lation in Florida.The developed by Jack I.Green
150,000 Americans reach 65 fice is on Wednesday
now open chairman ofthe
Cousin, we have paid the price over and over again without advertisement appearsin Boardof
each month. Many continue to from 8:30: a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Bishopric, Green and Fielden
delivery of promises participation. Could it be that the honor- April 28 edition.
work full time, and would not especially to assist people who
the Advertising and was also do-
able men entrusted with out votes have spoken with "forked is In donatingthe space,
ordinarily file for Social Se- work. No appointment indicated that Time nated by the company.
tongues. publisher
curity, Medicare, however, necessary.
This was evidenced by the eaction of several members of
requires that a claim be filed,
our "honorable delegation" upon receipt of the following let- even though monthly retire-

ters: ment benefits may not be pos
sible. Medicare is available to A 1 1Ahh
The Dade County DelegationThe
all 65 years olds, even while
Capitol fully employed.
Tallahassee, Florida The proper time for filing is

Dear Sirs and Madam: the three-month period before .
We wish to commend you for the very fine manner in which the month of reaching 65.A delay -
you are representing Dade Countians in this session of the past the month of 65 may
Legislature.The result in the loss of some II

Ministers-Laymen-Voter-Registration Committee of benefits.
Dade County has been keeping a watchful eye on all matters Hospitalization is the basic
that confront you as lawmakers.Our particular interest at this benefit and requires no special
time concerns the subject of "Districting." We feel that only payment, except regular Social
through "Districting" will the Supreme Court's edict of"One Security taxes. Supple-
Man One Vote" ever come tofruition.We t i implore you to mentary benefits,doctor bills,
honor your pledge to us that you would vote for "Districting" ambulance, splints and l.

if you were elected. On thebasisofyor pledge, we supportedand
endorsed you for election.We have kept our word. Will you DOUBLE-HEADER AT
keep ? -
In the event you find that you cannot vote for "Districting," GREATER BETHEL Ebony Civic Club, Inc. Organized Here
we will have alternative SUNDAYBy
no but to withdraw our support when
it is our time to vote. Rev. J. E. S. Ray One of the newest clubs organized group can be found postal em- paid trip to Jamaica for two
I in Miami is the Ebony ployees, teachers,airline em- will be given away during the

Respectfully yours, The entire membership at Civic'Club, Inc., a group of local ployees, bankers, barbers, party starting at 7:00 p.m.
Rev. Thedford Johnson, President Greater Bethel AME Church, men from all walks of life. night club managers,etc.Mostof Pictured above reading
Ministers-Laymen-Voter-Registration i is girding for the big double Formation of the group came' the men are longtime clockwise are Jackie Corbitt,
Committee of Dade County header, Sunday night at the ?about after discussions on how friends. Eddie Williams, Leo Sim-
evening worship hour, which individuals could pool their mons, J. D. Mack, Hurel Du-
Mr. Ronald Young will terminate the 71st Anni- resources in an organized effort Officers of the < club are hart, Prince Farrington,

Senate Aide versary of the church, witha to invest in their community Jackie Cor bit t, president; William Harris, Harry Smith,
C/0 Senator Richard Stone "> huge financial rally report from a civic as well as financial James Mincj&y", vie e-presi. James Bowe, Fernley Taylor,

Senate Building at 7:00: p.m. of funds to pur- standpoint. The men dent; James Bowe, secretary; Leo Armbrister,David Curry,
Tallahassee, Florida chase the property just west, j contribute $20 a month in an and Harry Smith, treasurer.The Carl Hanna, Gilbert Styles,
adjacent to the church;and then Investment pool, and sponsor first public function of Charles Davis and Phillip
Dear Mr. Young: participate in the annual BattleIn other fund-raising events to the group will be held Sunday Wallace.
The members of the Dade County Young Democratic Asso- Songs between the St.James help swell the kitty.Civic pro- ,June 4, at the Mr. JamesClub Members not shown are
ciation would like for you to canvas the Dade County delega- AME Church Choir No. 2 and jects are being researched to when the group will honor William Darden, David Fin-
tion in reference to their attitudes toward districting the Stateof the Greater Bethel Gospel be undertaken by the organi- Clarence (Boo Boo) Woods for cher, James Mincey, Garth
Florida.We Choir. zation. his untiring and unselfish workan Reeves, Samuel Stewart and
would like a, prompt reply to find out if we must continueour Varied backgrounds make up d interest with youngstersin Joseph Brown.
suit in the courts. We now have the National Association the membership. Among the his community. An expense Photo by GlamourQUAllTi1
Wilbur Ellison vice chair- .
for the Advancement of ,
Colored People on our side and other
National organizations feel that man of the Trustee Board and
who the Negro in Florida has
gone without representation long enough. his staff of captains,classifiedIn

The members of this organization would like fcr you to prevail groups of $20 $25,$50,$75,
the Dade $100, $200 and other (more or
upon delegation,the must for districts in Florida.
This organization will not compromise and will fight vigilantly lesser sums) are expected to
to defeat any member of the delegation who is anti districting. report the balance of $8,500
cash to complete the purchase

Sincerely yours, price, and any additional
amounts toward the
Earl Jackson Carroll, president prepara-
tion of the premises for what
Dade County Young Democratic Assn.
ever use the church may decide -
The name, rank and serial number of each "forked tongu-
for it in the future.MT.CARMEL.
ed' solon will be made available to the election in due time.

P.T.A.'s, lodges, fraternities, social groups and individual
citizens. Send letters, telegrams and phone calls to the Dade
Delegation asking for districts. There must be some"Honor"
Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor
the overablel!
among Sis. Louise McGriff reporter

i We thank every one who turn- I
ed out with us on our different
NOW OPENSPECIAL Tea's on last Sunday.We .

are still working on our :":;

building fund Visitors are : !
always welcome, rememberthe 'I,:, ,,, !
LIMITED TIME ONLY sick and shut-ins and those ,' 'I!:
who have lost some of their {", : ., :,,: : ;;

2 8x70Living love ones. '" SEAFOOD, .r, ;

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 26, \\1' 11

amount the company agrees to I
Negro IIlsuraRee Compalles pay to beneficiaries of an Insurance -
;. policy.
Sell S80,. Million. In Week
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Negro owned life insurance Insurance Week" effort. The The promotion was designedby
companies moved closer to the sales push involved some a committee headed by
two and a half billion dollar 8,000 men in 500 district and au
mark In life insurance in force branch offices in 25 states. Earthmon Fort, director of 13ERAIRSIU'iPC1UR
this week reporting an esti- Pending formal tabulation of agencies for Mammoth Life l 1 91 a o
million in sales be- Insurance COM PAN X Louis
$80 NI Week sales, a spokesmanput
tween May 8 and May 13. the amount of insurance in ville, Kentucky. It's theme-
The surge in business is force with members of the Na- Security Who Needs It?" was
equal to a third of last year'snet tional Insurance Associationat carried out in posters and pub-
in all offices of the 46
> It chalked licity
increase. was $2.4 billion. Insurance in
t I up in a concentrated"National force is the face value, or the company members of NIA.

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ST. JOHN SUNDAY Does Coca-Cola have the taste
Troop 79, Boy Scouts of America -
chartered by St.John Institutional ,..", ......

attend cordially its invites second Baptist the Eagle public Church Courtof to you never get tired of?

honor to be held on Sunday .
afternoon, May 28,at 3;30 p.m. ,
in Johnson Hall. I> (
The Eagle award will be pre
sented to life scout Howard L. i

eral Wilson.positions Howard of has leadership held sev-in Is it always refreshing?

the troop and is presently assistant -
senior patrol leader.He .
Is the son of Mrs. Roslyn
Wilson of 1305 N.W. 4th Ave.
A ninth grader at Booker T.

the Howard Washington school is band.also High a member School of, Do things go better with Coke

The God and Country Awardis
next on Howard's list of per-

sonal achievements through Coke after Coke ?
work and study in his church, after

Mt. Olivette Baptist,guided ....,......... ...........to 1.'. "
his pastor, Rev..1.C.Mickens.

BAHAMASNEWS Ask photographer's assistant. Mel Dixon.Let him tell. you.Write Mr.Mel Dixon P.O.Box 480 Radio City Station New.,York N.y, 10 019w"
\:: t. '. ,
: / .j
'., .

Geroge Edison Dudley Sands,
36-y e a r-old construction it tif'0,
foreman at Eleuthera, was
sent to prison on May 4 for 10 m o.t 9 ,v q

years. on a manslaughter': ., \I; i !
charge. He was charged with 6
causing the death girlfriend, 4 4
Olive Rolle, as the result of a
drunken brawl on the night of
Feb. 21, at Governor's Harbor -
Medical authorities said
the woman died from multiple lr ,r

injuries.The .
by-election on May 22 fora
representative in the Houseof
Assembly for the Crooked ;t.
Island-Ackllns-Long Cay Dis- "
trict is causing unusual con-
cern onthepolltica 1 scene.
Basil Kelly, United Bahamian
Party, has represented
district for five years and is
said to have to his credit many
improvements thereabouts.
Wilbert Moss,a native son who
lives in Nassau and memberof s.
Progressive Liberal Party
(PLP), is his opponent. The
contest promises to be very

Small businessmen in Nassauare
protesting the sell-out of
the City Meat Market to U.S.
chain stores, Winn-Dixie. A Vnqv
delegation of Businessmen's .q
League met with Minister of r
Commerce and Labor Randol
Fawkes recently, and told him
that the coming of a large chain Lc
store from the United States
will put small local merchantsout
of business. The group
asked for protection.A .

of Bahamian leaders
headed by Senator the Hon.Dr. .. C..tOW. 11110 "CO.."... //1101IIA10 MUL.......111IONOIMtIIt Q'" 'NII '"'' '' INI 6W..,vN1 OONN/.
Doris Johnson, has planned a
program of Haitian art, mus-
ic and literature for June 30. YouknowitY
The purpose is to acquaint Ba-
hamians with Haitian culture
and to assist IE: integrating
Haitian immigrants "into the It's bestrefreshment
social and economic structureof your .
the Bahamas.It is said there Y9R .
are about 10,000 Haitians .
the Bahamas--many of whom buy. 1,
have entered illegally and are lilT ", _
living under miserable con-
ditions to avoid Immigration
Officers. This committee is
trying to find ways of helping Bottled/ under the authority/ of the Coeo-Co/o/ Company by'the people in your town who bring you Coca.Cola./ "
them. f

12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 26, 1967

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I league league Guild Fashion Silhouette At Burdines

The Creator Miami Urban League Guild presentedits Mrs. Eugenia Mitchell, Chairman and Mrs. Carlee I ite served splendidly as mistress of ceremonies. An
Fashion Silhouette on Saturday, May 13 in the Hibiscus Daniels, Co-chairman worked untiringly to make this an abundance of door prizes donated by many of the local
I Dining Room of Burdine's downtown. outstanding affair that will long be remembered.The merchants added spice to the affair. Mrs. Annie lind-
Burdines beautiful models kept'us aglow with their near capacity crowd was thrilled by the artistry sey Packard is president of the local guild. Glamour
"Mod" Fashions and dazzling colors. of the world renounce/ Napoleon/ Reid. Mrs. Ruth PoI photos By William Harris.;

a i.SiI.t&L'J11: : :t..:J:' l 'U lti.11..1 <,(&I, :: ; 'j;ii 'tu tM UNA >

I :t ; Jjt1. Clarence Smith Wins PostThe I

boys state competitionfor Fletcher Paschall, assistant
John Griffin post 165 principal of Miami Jackson,
American Legion, held on Mr. J. Lang Kershaw,a teacher -
Wednesday evening, May 3, i at Carver Junior High, and
was an inspiration to all in at- Mr. Herbert S. Forbes, an
tendance. Competing for the agent with the Life Insurance

1 } opportunity to represent John Company of Georgia, repre-
sl I t Griffin post In the 51st Boys t senting the post.
State in Tallahassee during the
week of July 9-15, were the The balloting of Judges was
following: g unanimous. Clarence E.Smith
\ Z +' v was declared the winner
'. Richard Maxwell and Clar ;
ence E. Smith of Miami High; Richard Maxwell, first run-
Alfred Gatson of NorthwesternHigh ner-up; and Leslie Allen

/,! e 7 ,,e 1 Mn ; Edward Gooding, Leslie Thomas, third runnerup.The .
Allen Thomas, Bobby Lee _. winner is the son of Dr.
1 .. ; A Cheatham and Ronald and Mrs. C. M. Smith of 1322N.

I...:.i.''t/1..).".. I. "o\" r.'f1IY''''' ;', "'" p Gregory Sands, all of B.T.W. The Judging for the competition W. 3rd Avenue.An eleventh
High. was expertly done by: Mr. grader of Miami Senior High, '
Principals in the Urban League Guild Fashion Silhouette are L to R: Mrs. Clarence is a member of the

Eugenia Mitchell, chairman, Napoleon Reid, guest artist, Mrs. Blanche Calloway, Mrs French National Honor So- I
Maude K. Reid, Board and Gill members, Calvin Jennings, associate director of the ciety, the Interact Service
GMUL, Mrs. Muriel Vaughns, Mrs. Ann Lindsey Packard, Guild president; TalmadgeW. Club, Troop 79, Boy Scouts of
Fair, executive director of the GMUL; Mrs. Margaree Johnson, treasurer; Mrs. America, and St. John Institutional -
Ruth Polite, M. C. Glamour photo. Baptist Church. I

Among his recent accomplishments '
"I \ .f11r..fll. ; I ''II J"..'.:'. ',' ,., '' I
) 'i.ll :
'", J'"c' / : 1iJ1.: ... '"" I are the following:
.':'2:; Lic.tiils!: ,: tSe'rtii m! 18 YEARS OP RESPONSIBLE An Eagle Scout with Bronze I

: : ,. BUILDING SERVICE TO and Gold palms; Vice-Pre-
'f +.',)j'," : "' 'r" ",: t ,'!( 1-
'Ji ", ", ',:<'", ': ':: THE COMMUNITY sident of the Junior Church of
J"" '(! ...,,: 1Dllgie's /
....r'.: WhtN BUYING' BUILDING St. John; Vice-President electof
the Student body of Miami

Paradise CALL STANLEY Senior High; a winner in the
Freedom Shrine Essay Con-
PL I-ICQ4 test sponsored by the Ex-
2966 NW 47th St. 633-9396 Beautiful Homes DON'T WAIT UNTIL JUNE TO HAVE change Club of Miami; and a

AND Built on Your Lei GRADUATION PICTURES chapter chief of the Order of
L41 t4i ., OursAttractive MADE
r Alterations COME IN TODAY! Arrowo-Shot-Caw-Lodge.
Dugies Guest House and Additions Space will not allow us to tell
.Let U. Demolish CAPS AND GOWNS FURNISHED of Clarence's total achieve-

2941 NW 47th St. 634-3851 IgE Your and Worn Build OutHouse TASSELS OF ALL SCHOOL COLORSJOHNSON ments and accomplishmentsduring
last several years,
Lovely N.w Home
however if you saw the play
Call for
U* Facts About
There are no better rooms on earth, than the Building \IJ'" .r"'i"'I'1I" 'M!'c, '.. "Earth and Stars" presentedat
rooms you will find at DUGIE'S PARADISE. Good Bank Financing ',:, ; B. T. W. in 1966, you will
) best remember him for his
IJ. .!J .
Seeing is believing. The accommodations STANLEY BUILDERS very fine portrayal of the Rev.

you'll receive, you will find only in thi s Inc.Llc..cI 'F;..t OFMIAqJ Joshua H. Judson.
brother. John Griffin post 165,RobertL.
,..."cI Clark, commander, is

Jamaica !Dugie, Always a Friend. 888 N. E. 79th Street proud to have Clarence represent -
1186 NW 38th St. 635-4748
Miami/Florida them in the 51st Boys
State.I .

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, Moy 1967 13

Launches nationwide Drive 'I: ,


! To Enact Civil Rights Legislation l

New York-nationwide Wharlest Jackson,both of Nat- w11lre dorceouryear-round
drive has been launched by the chez, Miss., in 1965 and 1967, program of, voter registration. -
National Association for the respectively," Mr. Wilkins, ."
Advancement of Colored Peo- told newsmen.At Mr. Wilkins was highly critical -
ple to gain one million signa- present only states can act of an assertedly Republi-
tures from NAACP membersand In suspected murders. If the can-sponsored plan that would
the general public to sup states choose not to act and a alter elementary and secon- ir r
port enactment of the 1967 conspiracy indictment I s not dary education acts "so as to ,
civil rights bills. cannot be secured,the suspected -, give the states a lump sum instead '
Roy Wilkins, NAACP execu- persons remain free. of sending federal school t xt
tive director, announced at a Other titles in the 1967 bill aid money directly to poor
news conference here,May 16, would grant the authority to issue school districts."
the distribution of printed "cease and desist"ordersto "If it has coupled with it, as
petitions to the Association's the Equal Employment Op- is rumored, some kind of an
1,800 branches to "gain one portunity Commission. The agreement to soften the pre
million signatures of supportfor Commission may now find a sent mild guidelines for pub- 1 I
passage of this crucial firm guilty of racial discrimi- lic school desegregation, Ne-
legislation." nation in its employment gro children and their parents
policy, but may not order it to will be back where they start 4
Emphasizing the need for additional cease. ed in 1955," he added.
civil rights murders "It could be," said Mr. Wil-
committed in the South where Another section of the bill kins, "that the Republicans, u {t(( 'T-"i'.1 m dfl iJim.T ...,...v ..;r"J.IH..uamTo
"no one has been convicted in would eliminate racially dis- who freed the slaves 104 years greet the Grand Polemarch--were/ brothers of the Miami and Orlando Alumni
these crimes." criminatory practices In the ago, are seeking to rebuild Chapters. Seated: Oscar L. Edwards, Sr.; Edward Blacksheare, Cauley/ Lot' (Orlando -
"The pending bill, enacted, election) of juries in state and their party in 1967 by so handicapping Alumni) Thomas Bradley, Grand Polemarch/ ; Herbert Ammons, local polemarchand /
would enable the Federal Government federal courts. the Negro that at the Robbie Wright, Standing: Caleb Crosby, Bennie Samuels, Walter Anders, T. L.
to prosecute such Mr. WilkinS also declared swift pace of today's civilization Lowrie. Alonzo Fannin, George Hommer Thompson, Alphonso Burnside, Ivan Mc-
cases in the future as the slay- that "As an indication of our he might as well be backin Caskill/, Frank E, Jones and Irvin Hendrix.
of Lee Jackson In with these "
ing Jimmy concern develop- servitude.
Marlon, Ala., in 1965; the fire ments and of our determination Mr.Wilkins said the nation- Grand Polemarch of Kappa Alpha Psi
bomb murder of Vernon to educate our membersand wide drive to gain passage of

Dahmer inHattiesburg,Miss., the public on the Issues, the civil rights legislation Fraternity Visits Miami Alumni Chapter
in ,January, 1966; the bomb- we will begin this month an accelerated would also Include Visits by

maiming of George Metcalfeand voter registrationand pro-civil rights delegations to On Sunday, May 14 the Grand cipients of a smorgasbord a part of the meeting.
the bomb-murder of education campaign. This Washington during the debate Polemarch, Brother Thomas prepared by Silhouette Wright. Brother Bradley was takenon

Bradley, attorney and councilman Brothers Cauley Lott,Provin- a tour of the city of Miami
of Los Angeles, flew into cial Polemarch, and Edward and Miami Beach by Brother
CRB Gives Golf Course Results To Miami to v i sit with the bro- Blacksheare, member of the Ammons Thompson and Jones
thers of the alumni chapter.The board of directors, and mem- with a view of Inviting the
informal get togetherwas bers o t the Orlando Alumni Grand Chapter meeting herein
Rights Agencies held at the beautiful homeof chapter motored to town to be the near future.

Brother and Silhouette
The Dade County Community parent organization. So far as going revision. Robbie Wright. The meetingwas
Relations! Board (CRB) this we know, the convention of that Recently they Informed greeted with much enthus- -
week turned over results of its organization will be held In Sissel In writing that they werea iasm as the Grand Polemarch Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE
survey of public golf coursesto another city."Subsequently. "semi-private" course, and brought the chapter up to date '
local civil rights agencies, I went out to would take all guests from as to innovations as the na- "MR. JACK"
asking them to consider taking North Dade tional level. The brothers also
one day, paid a certain hotels "regardless of FOR I
whatever legal action they feel greens' fee, and played golf. gace, creed or color." had the opportunity to exchange STYLES FOR ALL ACES
may be appropriate. I am not a member there, nor Sissel lieves that the pub- ideas and experiences as they The Vary LUt In M..'. Fftthlotu
According to Bishop JamesL. I at of their relate to both the local and
was a guest one lic accommodations section of SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
Duncan, Community Rela- cooperating hotels," Bishop the 1964 Civil Rights AcJ may, grand chapters. After termi- ITALIAN SHOES
tions Board member and head Duncan said. Some later nation of the meeting the bro-
days be applicable here. "Facili Miami Florida
944 NW 2nd Ave.
thers were the guests and re-
of a committee determining a foursome made up of Ben ties operating in conjunctionwith
whether courses that adver- Sissel, CRB Director, two motels and hotels would
tise themselves as "public"were local news reporter attempted appear to be covered," he
in fact, open to all, at to play, having received a added.
least one golf course practices starting time in advance over "Further attempts to clarifythe
ambiguous policies. the telephone. situation at North Dade
"The North Dade Country They were refused play on the have not been successful,"
Club, after advertising itselfas course. Sissel added. "And we(the
a public golf course in the The Com m unity Relations CRB) are not a litigating body. BANKING AT LINCOLN?
yellow pages, now advises thatit Board promptly invited the "So we are asking local agen-
Is neither public nor private, owners of North Dade to appear cies such as the NAACP,
but semi-private," Bishop before its membershipand CORE and the American Civil Full Bonking Service
Duncan said. explain its policies. Liberties Union to consider
"We submit that they are going Instead, the golf club wrote whether they might wish to With Hours !
to have to go one way or that both their managementand take further action under ex- Tailoredr
the other." their policies were under- isting laws."
Bishop Duncan said the whole
To Fit YourConvenience
question of discrimination on
local public golf courses arose
last March when two Negroes,
representatives of a national r
real estate brokers organization -
considering Miami for its
annual convention, were turn-
ed away at North Dade when OPEN MONDAY THROUGH ,. '
they tried to play golf. FRIDAY FROM 9:30 A.M. TO }
"These gentlemen were 2:00 P.M. AND ON FRIDAY "

staying at a Miami Beach hotel EVENINGS FROM 5:00: P.M. "11 .; .;:" .
which, under an arrangementwith ,I '
UNTIL 8:00 P.M. .:=: '
the North Dade Country :
Club, offered free golf to its WILL BE 1
guests," Bishop Duncan ex- 'r
plained. "After they were refused Pictured above is Oscar W. Weaver, Jr., owner of h'
the to at North 8:00 A.M. UNTIL 12:00 NOONFOR ,
right play
Little Super Market and treasurer of the Miami Chapter r.
Dade, they checked out of the of Frontiers International presenting a check of $25.00to THE FOLLOWING BANK I II.. I '
hotel and renorted to theirTOOTHACHE Will H. Fuller, also a Frontiersman and chairman of TRANSACTIONS ONLY: I ,) I' \

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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 26, 1967


the family of the late, Mrs. Odessa Johnson, 1942N.
IEREMEJIN I i I Williams, owner ofAl's W. 3rd Court, died May 15.
Shoe Repair Shop,and the Services were conducted Sat;

Stewart, Bennett and Jones urday from St. John Baptist
r families wish to extend their Church.

MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn sincere thanks to their many
friends and neighbors for their Mrs. Minnie Richardson,

I, In sad but loving memory of loving memory of our husband loving memory of our dear cards, letters, telegrams, 4645 N.W. 23rd Ct., died May

our dear mother,grandmotherand father, son and brother, husband, father, brother, and floral pieces and kind deeds 17. Services were conducted
sister, nephew, buring the recent illness and Tuesday from Friendship
death of Mrs. Avis Chase Baptist Church. Her survivorsare

Stewart. husband, Isaac; one son,

Thanks to the staff of the John; three brothers, Johnnie

1 Francis Funeral Home and Hershell and Charlie Mann.

Father Dear and Church of the
Incarnation. Also thanks to the James E. Latimore, 2276 NW

4 Key West Funeral Home, Fr. 72nd St.,died May 19.Services

II I John Reese of St. Peter's were conducted from the

wfYr Church, and the many friendsof chapel Wednesday. Among his
--,9- II Key West. survivors are, one daughter,
I Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Martha; two brothers, Ward

Williams and familyIN and Virgil.L. .
\ D. Everhart, 1899 N. W.
: t 41st St. died 18.Services
......-.... .' WILLIAM BONDU ,,iI I !). departed this life May 7, MEMORIAMIn were conducted, May in the chapel
,. 1967, wish to express sincere
;; at 10:00
who departed this life May 25, thanks to our many friends and sad but loving of Thursday morning,
i memory
survivors wife
MRS. ISADORA RAHMINGSwho 1966. neighbors for their kindness a.m. His are;

Near shady wall a rose once MELVIN B. FORBESwho
departed this life May 26, grew. ment.i Even though words are one daughter Mrs. Claudia I
1965. Budded and blossomed inGod's departed this life May 31, inadequate! to express it and Anderson; four grandchildren;

Gone but not forgotten may free light, 1966, gone but not forgotten, j the names are too numerousto five sisters Madames, Inez I

.. she rest in peace. Watered and fed by morningdew We love you but God love you, mention but we do say, sin- Tennant, of this city, Mary I

best. |cere thanks to each of you, for Hutchins, Reba Perdue, Ethel
The family Shedding its sweetness day and Alberta B. Forbes, wife and your varied methods of re. Phillips, of Cleveland, Ohio,
night.As Family; Rebecca Godet,sister ,membrances. Special thanksto Hershel Mae Harnin of Detroit

it grew and blossomed and family; Lloyde, uncle and the House of Albert for their ; two brothers, Gastonia i

CARD OF THANKS- and tall, family.. loyal support May God bless rs of Rome, Georgia and Oliverof
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Slowly rising to loftier height, and keep you for it was throughhim Cleveland, Ohio.
The family of the late, It came to a crevice in the wall, IN MEMORIAMIn i that your thoughtful expressions Mrs. Willie Mae Lane, 1361
Through which. there shone a 1 were extended. N.W. 61st St.,died May 23.Her

beam of light. loving memory of our dear Mr. and Mrs. Emmett 1GLADYS survivors are husband, John;

Onward it crept with added ,mother and grandmother, Franklin and familyIN three nephews. Arrangementsare
strength incomplete at this time,
With never a thought of fearor but will be announced over local -
pride; ( news.
r. L It followed the PEDICAN
light through.the
who this life
departed May ,
4; It! crevice-length j 1962. loving memory of our dear, who departed this life, May 28, Mrs. Alene Burroughs, 1866N.
And unfolded itself on the other mother W. 51st Terr., died May 18.
Life, sweet life, so soon to 1957.
side.. Her survivors husband
are; ,
pass May her soul rest in peace
Shall claim of death cause us ; .': John; two daughters, Madames
As we are so was she and light perpetual shine upon
to Lizzie Mae Hart and
grieve Mary
As she is so shall we be. her.
And make our courage faint or 'Hence; four sons, John, Jr.,
May she rest in peace and .a Louise Johnson, niece
fall? j light perpetual shine upon her. Thelma J. McDonald Oswald Burroughs, Hiram,
Nay, let us faith and hope receive and James Culmer; 15 grandchildren -
Mrs. Ruth Cooper, Mrs. familyMANKER
9 Gr. grandchildren one
; ; ;

The ros e still grows beyound. a Naomi host of Vanterpool grandchildren, daughters nieces, -- -41----.. .._ _- nephew, Rudolph Grant. Ser
the wall.Scattering. and; nephews.IN vices Saturday, at 4:00 p.m.,
ftEV. FREDERIC R. MYERS i fragrance far and St. Paul A.M.E. Church.

y Ff..
deeply e x p r e s s our sincere thanks to many friends and Just as it did on the other side, Charlie Williams of 1303 NW 10th St., died May 21.Her survivors -

neighbors for their floral Just as it will forevermore. In sad, but loving memoriesof Jackson 64th Street Memorial, died May 15, at are; one daughter, Mrs.

pieces telegrams cards con Hospital. Thelma Rivers. Arrangements
our dear mother, grandmother MRS. MARY FLOSSIE Funeral
dolence,their generous servicein Helen Bondu, wife; Tami and sister, aunt and cousin, JOHNSONwho services were held are incomplete at this
our hour of bereavement. Daphne Bondu, children; Dave Saturday, at Mt. Aaron Bap- (time.
and Mayme Bondu, parents; tist Church. He is survived by
Special thanks to Dr. Bruce Dave Bondu, Jr., brother. h departed this life May 25, his wife, Vera; one son Hay-
Miller, Dr. Alang Serrins, 1965. wood, two sisters, Henrietta
staff of Jackson Memorial and May she rest in peace and Lewis and Cleo Lewis; one RICHARDSONBillie

Mercy Hospital,rememberingmother perpetual light shine upon her. brother' Dean Lewis; one
Gertrude Cooper, The daughter-in-law Johnnie Lue

House of Prayer, the Rev.\ CARD OF THANKS Mrs. Eloise Howard Williams. Wells, of 530 N. W. 3

Edward T. Graham, membersof r Mrs. Bertha Johnson Ct, died Thursday, May 18, in

Mt. Zion Baptist Church, The family of the late -- Jackson Memorial Hospital.
also Rahmings Funeral Homefor Mattie Thompson Stevens, of> He is survived by a daughter,
their courteous service. MRS. MARGARET RHEBERG IN MEMORIAMIn 2051 N. W. York Street, died Mrs. Emma Mae Pittman; one
May God bless and keep you May 16. Funeral serviceswere
son Billie of Tallahassee two
sad but loving of ;
memory ,
all. held Saturday at Mt.'
wishes to express sincere sisters Mesdames,Luberta
thanks and appreciation to Zion Methodist Church. She is
Roberson and Florence Hunter
He will not let me go aloneinto
relatives and friends in survived by her husband
the "Valley that's unknown many of Quincy Florida; one aunt,
and out of State for cards tele- Earnest; two daughters!
," so I reach out and I BLANCH NEWBOLD MILLER Mrs. Sallie Bowman of Jack-
take death's hand and Journeyto :grams condolences letters of who departed this life May, Bertha Mae and' CynthiaMarie sonville; one uncle Bille Wellsof

the promised land. sympathy, floral pieces, visits 27, l66, ; five sons Earnest Jr., New York City; nieces, ne-
and many other acts of kindness Peaceful by thy silent slum Isaac Jerome, Dwight Tyrone!, phews, and other relatives.

i Special thanks to Rev. ber, Bobby James and Michael phews, and other relatives.

Mrs. Christina V. Lewis,, i C. C. Cowsen of Trinity C. M. Peaceful in the grave so low; I Eugene, parents Mr. and Mrs.' The remains were shipped to

step-daughter; Mrs. Eva Solo E. Church, Miami. Rev. J. A. Yet again wehope to meet thee, i.+ Isaac Thompson, three sistersJennie Tallahassee.Mrs. .
mon and Mrs. Rebecca Mili- Ferguson of Second Baptist When the day of life is fled; Miller, Alma Barkleyand

gant, sisters; Mrs. Berye i Church, Richmond Heights. Then in heaven with joy to Annie Ruth Dickinson Annie Johnson, of 1062

Sargent, niece; Hubert and I Rev. R. H. Johnson of Martin greet thee, N. W. 41st Street, died Saturday

Herman Milligant,nephews. Memorial Methodist Church, Where no farewell tear is May 20, at her local re-
,. Richmond Heights. Dr.Green, shed. s Arthur Clark, of 2172 N. W. sidence.. She is survived by
Richmond Heights, Bethel 47th Terrace, died may 19, at two daughters, Mesdames,
Williams Funeral Home. The Family Jackson Memorial Hospital.The '. Florence Gibson and Willie
IN MEMORIAM thanks remains will be shippedto
We the family say Mae Hall; one son Donald;one
.. again to each and every one of RAHMINGSMr. McRae, Georgia, Thursdaynight. sister, Mrs. Lillian Sands;
H e is
survived by his
,you. two sons-in-law, William
In loving memory of our dearaunt mother Ada Clark; two sisters Gibson and Albert Hall other
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wilson MRS. FLORA E. STRACHANwho Julia Davis and Alice Fulks; relatives. Funeral ;
Hoses Finlayson 73 services
and Family Robert',
EVANGELINE MILLER resident of 53 N.W. 38th St, departed this life May 17, Isiah and Wade; two Uncles and will be conducted Saturday, at
died on May 19th at home.He 1964. two aunts. 10.00a.m. in the American
was an employee of the Dade Catholic Church.
who departed this life May 25', Gone but not forgotten. Mayher
County Courthouse for
1964. IN MEMORIAM many soul rest in peace and light i
years. He is survived by a son,
Let saints on earth in concert perpetual shine upon her.
Raymon, New York; two
sing W. Strachan, husbandand
In loving memory of, brothers, Thomas Hall of Ft. family LINCOLN MEMORIAL CEMETERYWill
With those whose work Is done Lauderdale and
Louis Hall of
For all the servants of our RICHARD WALLACE Nassau; two sisters,Arimenta be closed Memorial Day. Gates will be open.

KingIn Knowles of Nassau and Agnes 3001 NW 46th Street NE 4-419
heaven and earth are one. Church with Rev.Ross
\ who departed this life May 27, Hordges of Tampa. A host of officia
Sadly missed by seven nieces ting. The body will lie in
neices repose
1965. nephews, other rela E. JOHNSON, Manager OX 1.9199
and seven nephews.Mrs. tives. Funeral services will be in the chapel from 4:00

The Family held on Saturday, May 27, at p.m., Friday until funeral
Rachel Bain, niece 4:00 p.m.. at AU..ZJOIlBaDtJt time.

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Negro Youth Must Direct Racial Image Into Positive ChannelsSacramento

California State colleges lag behind white col- ways in which student leadership I courage positive action among many officials and the enemity work not only in this area,but
Senator, Mervyn M. Dymally leges In making democratic training and other experimental :student leaders. of f o r m e r Governor George also in the realm of minority)
D-Los Angeles, a member of processes available to students projects might be I intend to meet with Shriver Wallace for funding southern education, where turmoil mus<
the Senate Education Committee ." developed to devise new ways :soon and discuss these proposals Negroes in farm cooperatives. be replaced by sound and saw<< I
this week called for posi- The former educator gave of dealing with problems. Mr. Shriver has won "He is in a unique position programming," the Senator
tive creative alternatives to several lectures last Augustat "Creative alternatives to I the respect and gratitude of to make creative federalism concluded.

the.type of disturbances which Texas Southern Universityand this turmoil must be found by -- ---------
occurred at Houston's Texas is scheduled toreturn responsible leaders in the
Southern University and recently there August 6-7. civil rights community and also -
at Jackson (Missis- The first Negro ever to sit by public officials," he ,. w r ryAI

sippi) State College. in the 117 year-old California said.II In addition, law enforcement -
"Negro youth and young Senate, representing the Watts officials,
adults must direct their newfound area of Los Angeles,suggested especially in the South, must
racial selfconsciousness that federal aid programs begin to respect the rights of
racial self-respect, and such as "Upward Bound" be students to speak freely with-
racial self-defense into posi- Implemented on a largescalebasis out intimidation."
tive channels," Senator on Negro campuses asa Dymally proposed a "Joint
Dymally said. partial answer to the problem. powers" approach be established -
"We need to reorganize the "Sargent Shriver, Directorof in the academic com-
total student-administration OEO, should be asked to munity among' faculty members 4.

relationship on our college confer with Presidents of colleges students and administrative ? rK V ail M,
campuses. Our future mayors, receiving "Upward officials to abolish administrative & 1i
congressmen, senators and Bound" grants to examine autocratic rule. 4
political and business leaders "As a former schoolteacher, \
l 1 7 ti
cannot be expected to acceptthe RANGE I know that democratic parti-
old autocratic ways.Negro cipation will give students a
Frank Williams,of 1311 N.W. sense of responsibility and encourage ,, 1 v ,
63rd Terr., died recently. He group Control over irresponsible ,
FRANCIS Is survived by two sisters, elements. You +I r '

Mesdames Arelia Oliver and have to let students get out of rt
Edward Martin, of 7182 N.W. Ronna Ferguson; four nieces, :
16th Avenue, died, May 18, at Including, Mrs. Vanrea the sandbox.All 1f'i:
of the community re-
Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Shootes six nephews two
; ;
sources should be immedi-
Funeral services will be held
cousins Mesdames Susan
Saturday, May 27,at 3:00p.m., Fowler and Rose Fowler; ately mobilized business, particularlyamong and labor
at New Bethel Baptist Church
other relatives. Funeral ser-
Remains will repose In the vices were conducted on tues- groups. In addition,Sargent Sugar Ray Robinson receives copies of the program for Charles K. FeWmon1
chapel beginning, at 2:00 p.m. 23rd at 2:00 Shriver should be asked how "Casino Royale," from "Painted Ladies" at the New York opening of the mu/fi-
day, May p.m., federal aid can be used to en-
Friday until funeral time Sat- in the chapel. starred James Bond motion picture while (l-r) Ramona McCoy, and Mrs. Millie Ro

urday.. Survivors include his James Lewis of 1903 N.W. 5 binson look on. "Casino Royale," filmed in Technicolor, has '17 International/ stars,
wife; Annie; two sons, Har- and several James Bonds. The "painted ladies"were real-life models of the "paint
Avenue, died on Tuesday,May
court and Rogers; father 16. He Is survived by Mrs. ed" girl used in "Casino Royale" promotion. The Sugar Ray Robinsons, and othei
William, Sr.' stepmother, Annie Mae Graham. Funeral distinguished guests, watched the James Bonds get out of tight spots, a technique
Prudence; two brothersTheophilus services were conducted on Ray did not often have to employ during his illustrious boxing career.
and William two
sisters, Madams Anna:Bell Tuesday, May 23, at 5:00p.m.in .
the chapel. .
and Elsie Mae Williamsa
Albert English of 1330 N. W. .. ..' '
host of other relatives.Mrs. :
53rd St., died Sunday, May21.He CENTRAL LIFE
is survived by a father, .
i' : ,tJi.
Magnolia Clark South Mitchell; two daughters,
Bay, died May 19 in West Dorothy and Sabena; three -wot founded In 1922.
Palm Beach. Funeral services brothers RooseveltRozier, .:y
will be held,Saturday, May 27, Mitchell and Lonnie; four sis- ). -Offers some of the Industry's most generous and
12:45 p.m., at St. Paul A.M.E. ters, Alice Ford, Dorothy liberal insurance contracts.
Church. Remains: will repose Lloyd, Inez Harris and Adelle;
-Markets of Life and Hospitalplansindividual
in the chapel beginning at 2:00 six aunts, Including Mrs. .. a complete and family portfolio $50,000.00.Has .
p.m. on Friday until funeral Pear lie Wimberly, six uncles; coverage

tim, Saturday. Survivors include many other relatives. Funeral -- -. 45 yean of proven service to over 100,000 to*
; one sister, Mrs. Jose services will be conducted on FERGUSON ELECTED tlsfied policyowners.Has .
phine Champion; nieces, Thursday, May 25,at 3:00p.m.
nephews and other relatives. In the chapel. STUDENT COUNCIL .. than
"' 1 'j'r r' paid more $10,000,000 to living policy
Mrs. Jessie Naomi Dixon of PRESIDENT owners and beneficiaries since its organization.
757 N.W. 67th St.,died Monday Jeffrey Carl Ferguson, an
Miss Estelle Higgs, of 137 May 22. She is survived by a eighth grade student at Carol -Offers to qualified young people with a high schoolor

N. W. 12th St., died May 20, husband, James; a son James City Junior High School, was David Michael Simms,a sev- college background, o source of dignified and remunerative -
at her home.Funeral services Peoples; an aunt, Mattie elected president of the stu- enth grade student at Ida M. employment with a golden opportunity
will be held,Saturday, May 27, Williams; a grandaunt, dent Council for the coming Fisher Junior High School,has for advancement.Has r
2:00 p.m. in the chapel. Re- Mercedes Lewis; a brother, year, 1967-68. He is the son been notified by the National
mains will repose in the chapel 0. C. Peoples; many other re- of Mr. and Mrs. Arlington High School Poetry Press thata .. bun in the vanguard in every movement for I
beginning, 2:00 p.m., Friday latives. Funeral services will Ferguson, Jr., of 3110 N.W. poem written by him has been racial justice and uplift during the past four decades.
until funeral time Saturday. be conducted on Friday, May 211th Street, Opa-locka. accepted for publication. The Company is proud of its history In this respect.
Survivors Include her father 26, at 3:00 p.m. in the Chapel. Jeffs outstanding scholasticand
qualities en- with * * *
leadership David's poem along
abled himto win the election by other award winners, will be CONSULT OUR DISTRICT MAN AGE RlH YOUR
a majority of the votes cast. published in the Anthology of COMMUNI TY OR WRITE:
69176619t He has maintained a B plus High School Poetry.
average In scholarship and
conduct since he enrolled in Central Life Insurance
David, a member of the Jun-
the seventh grade.
ior High School National Honor
The oldest of five children, Company of Florida
Society, is the son of RobertH.
Jeff was born in Miami,he liv-
ed in Perrine and attended R. Simms, Deputy director of
R. Moton Elementary Schoolin the Community Relations 1416 North Boulevard
Board and Aubry W. Simms,
grades one through six. A reading .teacher at Miami Tampa, Florida 33607
very modest youth, he gives Jackson High School. ,
credit to Mr. Rankin,his sixth
grade teacher, for inspiringhim
to excel in his studies;and
expecially to his parents because. SUSPENDEDHAS

,.. he said, "They brought

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1 I Women's Day Women's Council Plans -h=

At Antioch Baptist To Entertian GuestSunday j

May 28, will climax ed by all that are present. The Baptist Women's Coun- Good News National Baptist I
the Women's Day observance.Mrs. Won't you please come out cil will meet on Friday even- Convention again a bus GREATER NEWMACEDONIA
TEMPLE BAPTISTThe Dana D. Chapman will and meet all our members, Ing, at 8:00 p.m. May 26th, at has been chartered and will
celebration of the 37th deliver the message at 11:00 visitors, and friends? Mt. Olivette Baptist Church, take all persons interested in
anniversary of the church and a.m. service and Mrs. Sallie Rev. I. C. Mickins,pas tor-- attending the National Baptist Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor
pastor culminated, Sunday Carline will speak at the even- aside from the election of of- Convention which will convenein Willie J. Beard, reporterWe
after a week of activities.The ing service. Both speakers are ficers, the members plan to Denver, Colorado, on Sep- were happy to have our
officers and members wish to dynamic. entertain their friends with a tember 5. Make reservationsnow Junior musician, Sister
__ chicken All membersare don't let it be said too late
express special thanks to the supper. Andrea Williams, in service
Rev. J. A. Poitier and the requested to be present as it was last year when re- with us, she is matriculatingat
and on time.All persons whose servations were sold out
N.T.L.L.S.S.A. Church, the the Saint John's School of
Rev. J. L. Johnson and St. dues are in arrears requested early. The State Convention is Nursing, New York and will be''
James Baptist Church, the to pay up. No member very proud of this project and home for the month with par-
whose dues are arrears will be proudly states 11 is the first
Rev. H. V. Stuart and St. ents and friends.
Mary's W.M. Church,the Rev.H. ,r aSZt elected. Any person who is in time in history that the wo Friday i g h t we will celebrate -
Brown for the anniversary good standing with the Baptist men's convention received a our pastor's Fourth Anniversary -
Church is invited to become a revenue. Call Miss Marie
message and all other persons Rev. A. L. Shippand
who contributed to the successof R J member. All members are White, chairman, or Doctor I. congregation of New Mt.
the occasion. urged to be present at this, G. Pratt, secretary, and Mrs. Moriah will close out the an-
The pastor and family are meeting and take an active partin Mary Frances White for your niversary. Come out and helpto
grateful to the church,the aux- planning for the great cause seat and number. The transportation make this a tremendous
.. of missions at home and to and from will be
iliaries and individuals t. :!'"- ; / 4/V ..iBB8B9H success, both spiritually and
their many presents.Thanks a MRS. SALLY CARLINE abroad. only $80.00, there will be noone' financially.
million. way fare.TRIUMPH.

The popularity contest between s Come Sunday, meet us at Antioch Mrs. Ann Swint, of St.John's
the boys and girls of the Mrs. Willie B. Ready, Mrs. Claudia Wilson of New CHURCH JORDAN GROVE
Temple-ite choir was quite a MRS. DANA D. CHAPMANWe Chairman, Mrs. M. T. Providence, Mrs. Clementina Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor
success. Both groups put up a are certain that the acti- Copeland Co-chairman. Rev.J. Morley of Mt. Olivette, and Eddie L. Gilbert reporterThe
good fight, with the girls win- vities of the day will be enjoy- W. Stepherson, pastor Mrs. Askew of Mt. Sinai Bap- Prince .W. J. Roberts, pastorOn chairman and the com-
ning by a small margin. MissL. tist Church will serve as June 11, there will be a mittee wi s h' t to thank each
Rose was mistress of cere- hostess of the meeting. Mem- Musical Carvan sponsored by and every one for participating -
mony for the spicy programthat bers who desire to know their Mrs. J. Bethel. on the million dollar wedding -
was. rendered by the Antioch Women financial standing should con- Don't. forget he Women's district Sister Mary Brown,
youngsters.Mrs. tact Mrs. Rosalie Sharpe or meeting convening in chairman.
B. Bryant,who has been Mrs. Florence Davis, Secre- Jax, Florida beginning the 29 There will be a tea Saturday,
sick for several weeks Just Raised $4,351.55The taries who are prepared to inform of May, Bishop D. H. Harrisin at 8:00 p.m., at the home of
had to be out.Sunday afternoonto you. charge. Deacon and Sister Gilbert,
see the children's contest.We Thirteenth Annual Wo- The Male Chorus extends a 3652 N.W. 22nd Court, spon-
wish for a speedy and com- men's Day observance at Anti- cordial invitation to a special sored by the Deaconess. Sis-
plete recovery. och Baptist Church was most musical program to be held on FIRST INTEGRATED BAPTIST WOMEN'S ter patterson president the
Men's Day chairman and co- successful, spiritually and Sunday, May 28th at 3:00 p.m. public is Incited.
chairman, Deacon G. E. financially. The chairman, Some of Miami's outstanding FELLOWSHIP CONFERENCEThe On Sunday the women, will
Hepburn and Deacon A.J. Mrs. Dora Lundy, cochairman singers are expected to par- close out their Ninth Annual
Hanna, are asking all Templemen Mrs. Rachel B. Prattand, ticipate. Won't you come out Baptist Women of all to become informed and en- Women's Day Program. The
to fall in line and start Mrs. Mammie Taylor and the and support this group. races from over the State of lightened in Christian work. chairman is asking each and
marching. The women have entire membership wish to express Rev P. W. Wiggins, pastor Florida will hold their first Doctor pratt's telephone num- everyone to play well their
pledged to do their part. 'their sincere gratitudeto annual fellowship conferenceat ber is 635-7659. Call today. part the morning speaker,Sis-
.. The Templeites will sing all of the participants for Lake Yale Baptist Assembly ter :Leenette t Pennington,
during the 1100 a.m.,service ,helping to make this event one The meeting is so arranged from Per r in e, Florida. The
Sunday the No. One Choir' dur- of the best witnessed at Anti- MT. ZION AME that it will be a camping MARS HILL evening speaker, Sister
ing the evening. och. time for the youngsters as well Luvenla Knox of Miami.We invite -
The morning speaker, Mrs. and all parents are requestedto the public to come out and
CENTRAL May Bell Anderson, deliveredan Rev. Milton Fayson, pastor bring them along. A char- Rev. C. W. Preston, pastor hear these great speakers.To .

Rev. E. J. Clark, pastor informative and inspiring The youth are busy planningand tered bus' will leave Miami, the sick we are always
The women of Central Mis- message At the evening ser- working for a successful and the round trip fare is only The pastor and members ex- praying that you will keep the
sionary Baptist Church are vice, Mrs. Lennette Pennington Youth's Day Sunday June 11th, $10.00, on June 29th, at 8:00 tends to you a warm and cor- faith in God and you will be
working hard for their day the of Dade County School Doctor Irene Pratt has dial invitation to attend this
one do make this day a must on a.m. healed by the power o f God.
fourth I Sunday in June. Teachers, held the congregation your calendar. Miss Irene prepared to give full Information spectacular affair with the
On Sunday June 11,there will spellbound throughout her Wisenbaker is the chairman.The of the meeting as well as theme "Woman'slnfiuenceIn
be a calendar tea given at the speech. Also highlighting the number One Usher Board transportation. All mis- Poverty" DRAKE MEMORIAL
Carver Ranches Park Building celebration wasthe New will have a Bazzaar, Friday sionary women should avail
sponsored by Mrs. Alma Macedonian Baptist Church themselves of this opportunity
andSaturday May
Rev. Jarius W Dunn
Brown one of the captains.You
Choir No. Two.Proceeds .
please come out and help them.If .
are invited there will be The pastor officers and
from the occasion ,
you want to work come to NEW MT. MORIAH
twelve fashioned tables. 5:00 members thank
amounted to $4,351.55. busy Mt. Zion. A. C.
Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor Janney, pastor of New Testa-
Sis. Evelyn Souter, reporterThe ment Baptist Church and his
; pastor is asking the entire quartet for services renderedon
church to accompany him Sunday May 21. Our hearts
c c't to Macedonia Baptist Church were lifted up and burned with-
Friday night, at 8:00 p.m., .F in us as we heard Rev. A. C.
Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor. *. Janney, a dynamic man of God
Also to Bethleheim Baptist bring us the bread of life May
Church, Sunday, at 3:00: p.m., I'MRS God give him strength to con-
Rev. 0. W. West, pastor. tinue his work.
Joint rehear S3 lor choirs No. Deacon N. Adams of Saint
one and two Tuesday, May 29, John's Baptist Church servedas
at 8:00 p.m. master of ceremonies.
Our monthly conference, DELORES HAGINS Deacon Adams was superb in
Thursday, June 1, at800pm. his spiritual food for thoughtand
I Let us continue our prayersfor Miss Delores Hagin will be ,words 0 f encouragement.Don't .
A; it* jiV our pastor, sick, shut-ins, the morning speaker. The day forget the song fest on
bereaved families and those in will be filled with many en- Sunday night, at 7:30. The
the Armed Services. Visitorsare lighten Christian portrayals of Southern singers, directed by
always welcome. righteous women. Mr. U. Morris will lift your
it The chairman is expecting to hearts in praise to God.There
see youlTrinity! will also be many guest artiston
this program as a memorialto
Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor the late Rev. J, W. Drake.

Catherine Willis, reporterOn C.M.E. Church will
also worship with us, so plan
Sunday morning the Junior now to attend these services.Our .
Usher's and Jr. Choir will be pastor will broadcast on ST. NICHOLAS, WICC INC.
,, ."" -...............---....... .... ...... ....' ----- -- -.- in charge of the 11:00 a.m. WMBM, at 5:45 a.m. Monday Bishop N. A. Derrick, rector "
i services. At 3:00: p.m. the thru Friday plan now to listento George H. Sturrup, reporterOn
The above girls auxiliary of guests of a beautiful carnations counselor; Mrs Christine Stewardess Board Two will him.
Glendale Baptist Church wer e r v 1 c e at the First Baptist Burch, intermediate coun- celebrate their annual anni- The anniversary banquet will
engaged in their annual focus Church of Perrine,. Our adult selor; Mrs. Bessie Holt, intermediate versary, with Rev. Joseph be held at the University of Mi- May 20, at 7:30 p.m. The
week program. This week was Our adult workers from len counselor. The Coats and choir No. Three ami on Miller Road. Reserva- Rev. George F. Ehrline D.D.,
Impressive to all who witnessed to right are: Miss Rose White- girls holding the chart which from Mt. Oliva Missionary tions-$5.00. Allmembershave M.D. of the American Catholic
i1 this program. These girls, head, director; Mrs. Rutha M. has our theme are: Nelson, Baptist Church their guest tickets. Dont for get the sick Church, assisted by Bishop N.
their counselors, direct or and Harrington, president of the McGentis and Hall. Rev. B. L. speaker of the hour.At 6:30 pm andour children away from A. Derrick O.S.B. Consecrated -
our W.M.U. president were the WMU; Mrs. Francis Lenard, Turner Is pastor. the Rev. C. C. Cowsen from home the above named church.

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Rev. C. J, Burney, pastor Rev A. M. Griffin, pastor :.
Ernest Murray, reporter Sis. C. M. Myles, reporter Pastor George Murray, pas Olivette Record Breaker

Rev. G, W. Phillips, pastorof Sunday May 28,will be the 6th tor of the youth church along rf members ana friends who
the New Hope Baptist Annual Women's Day obser- with the youth are in prepara- The women of Mt. Olivette helped to make their day a

Church of Ft. Lauderdale will vance at Shiloh Church. Our tion for Youth's Day, June 10. Baptist Church would like to most memorable one.The women -
deliver the message Sunday morning speaker will be Mrs. This day promises to be the express their sincere appre- under the energetic lead-
May 28, at 3.00 p.m. for the Athalie Range. The evening most memorable day in the ciation and thanks to all the ership of the chairman Mrs.

anniversary celebration of the history of the Bethanians. Marion Arinah and cochairmen -
Deacons and Deaconess. The youth will begin their acti-
Mrs. Mae AnUonette Wilcox -
public is invited vities, at 9:30 a.m. in the Sabbath -
and Mrs. Ella Mae
The Sunlight Pallbearers School,the Divine serviceat Roberson had one of the great-
11:00 and '(
a.m. climaxing
Charitable Society No.137 will with the Missionary Volunteer est Women's Day in the historyof

hold their regular meeting on .r service, at 7:00 p.m. Special Mt. Olivette; spiritually,
financially, and in attendance.
Friday May 26,at8.00p.m.All feature for the day will be the
Mrs. Leenette
members are asked to be pre youth's choir under the direc- -
sent and on time. tion of Mr. Daniel Foulkes. at her best.
The church wishes to expressits Pastor George Murray along REV. CLEO ALBURY Sunday morning, May 28, the
NAMED PASTOR OF services will be conducted
deepest sympathy to Mr. with pastor R. L. Woodfork
James Booker in the passingof Senior pastor are extending a MT. SINAI the youth of our church, and
his brother Mr. Ed.Booker cordial invitation to the publicto guest (Speaker will be Dr.
and a 1 s o to Mr. James attend Youth's June 10 The membership of the Mt. Victor L. Glass of Atlanta,Ga.
Denegall in th passing of his at Bethany SDA Day Church, Sinai Baptist Church, 698 N.W. 11'IRS.' MARIAN ARINAH Dr. Glass Is the secretary of
47th Terr. in an almost unani- -
National Baptist Affairs of the
sister Mrs Rosa Lee 2500 N,W. 50th Street.
Lockwood. mous vote, elected its new home Mission Board of the
Campmeeting will commence
Our consecration hour is held June 15, Hawthone, Florida pastor on Thursday evening, 9 Southern Baptist Convention.
each Sunday morning at 5:00 MRS. LUCILLE MOORE Seventh-day Adventist in the May 18.. At 3:30 p.m,the Male Chorus

a.m. speaker will be Mrs. Lucille .South Atlantic conference will In a recommendation by the will present a Spring Festivalof

Let us continue to pray for Moore. Come and hear these assemble Hawthone, for this board of the church, the Rev. music featuring various

our sick and bereaved members dynamic speakers, at 11:00 great event. The pastor, R.L. Cleo Albury, Jr., who has Male Choruses and musical

a.m. and7:30p.m.Weareasking Woodfork is urging all mem- served efficiently and satis- groups
all of those participatingto bers in the greater Miami factorily on a part-time basis

MT. SINAIRev. please be on time so we can area, to make their reserva- for several months,was sanc- FIRST BAPTISTRev.
turn out early. tions now In order to reservea tioned by the membership to

Cleo Albury, Pastor Our chairman Mrs. English comfortable place atthe take over the duties as pastor.He W. M. Davis, pastor

Patricia Austin reporter and Co-chairman Mrs. camp site.GREATER. graduated from the Donella Turner, reporter

Graduation time is near! Christine Joseph have worked Booker T. Washington High Thursday night, May 25th all

Young people from every- hard'with great efforts to make School in 1941, attended the Mrs. Christine M. Fisher,a young people are asked to meetat
where will be making there debut this program a success. Sol I NEW BETHELRev. Florida A & College.He entered native of St. Augustine, Flor- the church In order for fur-

into the vast world. come out and enjoy this Wo- the Army Air Force and ida, is the speaker for the an- ther plans to be made for Youth
The Junior Matrons of the Mt. men's Day with us beginningwith W, K. Smith, pastor was the first Negro Aviation nual Women's Day worship Day.

Sinai Baptist Church is spon- SundaySchoolat9:30a.m. Cadet from South Florida. He hour Sunday May 21,at the ShI- The president is asking all
soring a Baccalaureate ser- Remember to visit and pray The women's department of studied for two years at Lib- loh Baptist Church, Rev. E.C. Brotherhood Laymen to meetat

vice on the first Sunday,of next for the sick and shut-ins. Greater New Bethel Baptist erty Bible College, which was Tillman, pastor. The theme the c h u r c h Tuesday night
month which is June 4 Church extends an invitation under the supervision of Dr.
duringthe for the occasion is"Christian after the fourth Sunday, at
morning worship.All all to attend our fifteenth An- William Walker, dean, Miami Women in Times of Stress and 8:00 p.m Business is Important -
graduating seniors are ZION HOPE BAPTIST nual Women's Day obser- Bible College. Strain." .

invited to attend this service. Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor vance, Sunday, May 28th We He was ordained in the gos- Mrs. Fisher is presently employed Sunday afternoon, the pastor
We are asking that you bring Sis E. Jackson, reporterThe are looking forward to this be- pel ministry January of 1959, at the Richard J. Mur- and members will worship

your robes and be present at No.Two Usher Board anniversary ing one of our most successful and has previously pastoredtwo ray High School of St. Augus- with New Mt. Zion Baptist

the church 10:00 am that Sun will be, Sunday observances both spirituallyand churches In the South tine Florida in the departmentof Church, in Hialeah, Rev.

day morning. Please be on evening, at 3.00p.m.Everyoneis financially. Florida area. Physical Education. She is Solomon, pastor.
time. invited. The No. One Usher The Rev. Mr. Albury, 42, of the daughter of Mrs. Evelyn Let us pray for our sick and
for sick and ---- -. ---.... 775 N,W. 41st Street, is mar-
May we pray our Board will have a car wash at Smith of Miami, and the shut-Ins, that they may have a
those who have lost a loved the church Saturday from 9.00 ried to the for m e r Albertha mother of two lovely sons. speedy recovery.SAMPSON'S .

one, that God give them peacein a.m. until please stop by and J at ,5A'kL Shaw of Valdosta, Georgia.

their hearts. See you Sun- get your car washed for only ..\":.
day. $1.00. c

ST. JAMES AME Don't forget prayer meetingon
Tuesday night following MARKETT
Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastor
prayer meeting their will bea I _. _
Joseph R, Marshall, reporterThe program sponsored by the S 'I" .,"""", ",' ...I, 'W.:,I. ,", ,' ''ii",'"1'" t 'I h.1':.',",;, '" ----...-." -.,I v

pastor, chairman, and No. One Usher Board, let us \f",'"/, ; '""' : : ,vi" 1466' "W"6 SIFrte 1(..I ,

co-chairman of the 19th An- count on your support. t.. ., : I''I: ,. .c
nual Men's Day wish to thank Don't forget to pray for the I" '/" I' ;/ '.. ','.,',} ."
you for the total of $3,918.14.This sick and shut-to, and come to : : \ \. .'< ) '
project was successful church and have your faith lift > DcfiVeryi :;:.\', 6965711SMOKED.
because of the time and hard ed. :

work each into this .
captain put --
project. We are most fortunatein FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev.

having offices and members J. E. Jenkins, pastor MRS. CAROLYN SHEFFIELDThe I I ,.- '

who were so devoted and Sis Ruby Lee Carr, reporter program committee has ,
willing to give of their time unselfishly .i
an inspirational : SAUSAGE
with but one thing in Tuesday night May 23rd begins program i
the climaxing of our first planned for the entire day.
mind: "A greater and betterSt. six months Building Fund Morning ', worship begins at ; 'v '
James A.M.E. Church
Jubilee, choirs of the city will 11:00 a.m. Evening worship at 39' 2 88ts
To Rev. L. Holmes, New BOX
be in charge. The Spiritual 7:30 p.m. We will be favored
Greater Bethel A.M.E.
Harmonizers with brother with two dynamic speakers.Mrs. .
Church, Goulds Rev. George \ '"\ij \
; Otis Wright will be the guest. M. M. Sutton of ,Dania, '
Champion and congregation, thru Friday nights will speak at morning ser-

Ward Rev. W.Chapel E. Sims AME and Church congre-;and local Wednesday ministers will render vices.be Our Mrs.evening Carolyn Sheffield speakerwill ;:1 9 TURKEY wINGs 29*

service along with their con-
gation, New Hope Baptist
to know I gregations. If you miss this of Opa-locka. LONG GRAINRICE
Church Getting you
; of
If miss hearing either
was an enriching experiencefor week of great jubilee you will you LB.
these ambassadors for Christ
us. With your continued have missed a treat. Come 25 $2.88
you will miss a worthwhile ex- BAG.
generosity and dedication, :along and bring a friend. Sunday perience.Mrs. .
next MIl even 1 morning and evening ser-
may year
Wilene Robinsonis
greater expectations.Thank vice will remain with the exception chairman, Mrs. Katherine 1p'1.'SGffi f .Ar_

you again for you continued 1 of Overseers having Smith is co-chairman and p KGS.$1.00
I their tables in place. If youlaven't
cooperation.Choir :
Mrs. Ann B. Thomas, is the ,
it is
No. Twowillpresent : made your pledge
"Heaven Bound" at Greater .not to late.Saturday.
Bethel A. M. E. Church, 245 night there will be a
N.W. 8th Street. Musical Banquet at the home of MILK GAL. 99C

May-ites will have a sale Deacon and Sister I. Ethridge, HURST CHAPEL AME

Friday night at the home of 2104! N.W. 82nd Street, sponsored ,
by choir No. 1. Deacon Rev. W. J. Allen, pastor '
Mrs. M, Johnson, 5320 N.W.

30th Enjoy Place.a Beach Picnic, spon- Albert Lewis personalities president.of Outstanding the- Jean H. Townsend, reporterMrs. rr; C fn'ICISi; 5 BOX 59(

sored by Usher Board No. 2, 1 city: will be featured.Get Willie M. James and
28th 1967 at 3.00 well wishes are extendedto Mrs. Rebecca Marshall are
Sunday, May ,
p.m. W. Plummer president.WOMAN'S Mother Lula Smith inJackson planning a program for child- fR EGGS 4 DOl $1.00
Memorial Hospital. ren's day. They are asking all GRAOEA
Condolences are sent to Bro- parents to send their childrenout

DAY AT ther Isaac Richardson Jr., In for rehearsal.Rev. .1 B AKEQ1. ':REGfi

HOLY TEMPLE the passing of his wife Sister Allen and wife with Mrs. B HOESUM',IREAD "" "'k'A'IJ' 0"t 29

The Third Annual Women's MInnIe Richardson a memberof Inez Shepard motored to ;;;l.", ."'",l.... I........ ,., '. ,,>11. 2139,,.<11.,r'
Friendship. Galnsville to see Rev. E. G.
Day will be observed Sunday
? who is in theGainsville
May 28, at the Holy Temple 'Sister Thelma Howard,and

Missionary Baptist Church 'Sister Isabelle Davis will deliver all our General members Hospital a speedy we hope re- FREE! 1 SET OF DRINKING GLASSESWREG.
address.Sister -
14560 N.W. 22nd Avenue,Opa- the evening
locka, the Rev. E. Talmadge Katy Brown Is chairman.The covery.
invited. Let us not forget our sick and PURCHASE OF $10.00 OR MORE
pastor. public Is cordially

The morning speaker will be Martha Goldware, reporter. yhut-ins.


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I 18 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 26, 1967

,\ ....". .... ... ..... .......... '... .... reciepts of $80.00tothe
..M Meredith Elected'To I
,J''.:..!' Moseley Carver < grups. Special thanks to Mrs.

TEM Mary Saunders and Mrs.

I 'UUDERDA; PoI Metropolitan YMCA BoardS. Ranches president.The McKeever.. Walter Blatch is

of achieving an effec- United Usher Union will
BY PORTER DAVIS, JR. Meredith Moseley, well purpose
known educator, the first tive Christian-cultural program NewsBy convene with New Macedonia!

principal of the Dillard Com- to meet the needs of the Baptif: Church at 22-1 S.W.
The tempo of Fort Lauderdale this last past week can be By Wolter Bowe
entire family. 48th Avenue Hollywood Sun-
prehensive High School in Ft. ,
;marked in musical terms as marcato-Grandiaso means Lauderdale and civic workerwas Mr. Moseley will have the job officers and members of day, May 28th, at 3:00 p.m.,
heavy and colorful. I am referring of course to the arrival of
elected 1 several months of getting the relocation proW the Carver Ranches Fije Dept. everyone Is invited Robert
Hercules who apparently comes to Lauderdale unchained making -
ago to serve the Northwest wish to thank the officers and Golden Is president and Rev.B. .
all town 11 is of those
Impromptu appearances over one
Branch YMCA as its chairmanof members of the Carver Ran- L. Mack, pastor.
[believe it or not bits which seems to be tnore truth than fiction All members of New Mace-
the 'committee of ches and Hyde Park Homeowners -
to true like I didn't doubt the works of manage-
: even a sceptic me. donia asked to be
are presenton
ment suceeding Cato Roach Club who sponsored the
'co-worker Nat Stokes who otherwise is areal reliable sourceof
who served for more than five benefit Tea for the Fire Dept.at Thursday night June 1, at
Information. He declares that everything that is said about
years in that capacity. the Park Sunday, May 21, 8:00: p.m. for a business meet-
the modern day Sampson is true so this satisfies our tempo
Mr. Moseley still quite active and turned over the whole days ing.
marking both heavy and colorful. But if you can't accept the
in civic
affairs though retired
Hercules unchained bit as colorful we offer the exciting fashions tee. He has Ban
formally from his duties In appointed
by Liz so ele gently 1 paraded last Sunday evening at the education in Broward County Williams, Madgeline Rivers, LEUKEMIA AWARDSThe

Elks when the young adults Club of the Ascension Presbyterian comes to the YMCA at a time a Mr. Al DeFoor and Mrs Leukemia Awards

Church presented their benefit Spring Fashion Shop. Anyone when the branch is looking Daphne Harrison with the re- sentation has been rescheduled pre--

I i doubting the creative genius Liz Copeland Young after seeing forward to the future and to relocating sponsibility of carrying out the and will be held In the formof
her beautiful fashions will have to be examined by a psychia- Interim
and program expan- program in the area coffee and desert at the
trist. I saw It all in living color refreshingly described by my sion. Mr. Moseley has chart- of youth, physical, adult and a Hotel
Everglades on Monday
singer partner Lillian Small who disaoDointed us a little by not cultural ,
ered a blue print for committee development.
singing at least one song. To the music of Mr. Music Everett June 19, at 800; p.m.
Edwards. Fort Lauderdale's lovelies like charming and vivacious action and involvement Mr. I I +FII! f_:' \\* I Mr. Moseley is a member of Installation of officers of the
Moseley Is of the opinion thatif the Alpha Phi Alpha Frater-
Jenette Shirley, Gladys Hawkins, Mary Johnson and Mrs. MR. S, M. MOSELEY Leukemia Society of Dade
the YMCA is indeed nity Inc., First Baptist
a lay- ,
will take the
County place on
Bennie Edwards kept us looking at both the and the heav-
gowns of the Northwest branch
men organization, the laymen gram Church, Piney Grove and has
enly bodies parading same. It is no cautious prediction that Liz same evening. The following
Into orbit and the task of create served the
must be involved in the plan- on City Library
.Copeland Young is headed for the top in the world of Fashion slate will be voted on June 6;
ing the right climate In which Board. Mr. is also
ning, evaluating, and to some Moseley
having the flair for the odd, bold and the beautiful her fashions President, Irving J. Whitman,
the venture become
entent the execution of the may a happy to meet with any citizen
will be paraded next in early June in Nassau and Ebony magazine pro- Vice-president; Joseph P.
reality Mr. Moseley has who is interested in
gram. He lost no time in assigning ap- discussingthe
is planning to do a feature story so watch out Lauderdaleyou Roschell Franklin to Manners; Secretary; Dr.
pointed work of the
the members of the YMCA. He may
will become famous for more than one reason in the not head the Future Jacob Colsky; Treasurer;
Developmentand contacted
committee of management to by calling the
Robert Newman
H. Corporate
too distant future. ;
a specific committee for the Implementation Commit- YMCA, at 5232444.
Speaking of Liz. I was ever so proud to be her escort last member; Irving J. Whitman.Northwest .

Saturday night at the Dillard High Junior Senior Prom at the "

Golden Gate Hotel we were the r e for her n e ice KatherineWalker's "
: UraNch YMCA SpoRsors'ThirdANNI.Mother ft '
big night. Kat is graduating this spring and to her we Ht I

extend congratulations. After the prom we stopped at the Elksto ; y wfb ( : '/ '

,catch the_ end of the Royal Duchess Queen of the Year Caro- : s-Dai. fm BaaHst t

nation Ball. Liz had to be in two at the .
promised places same -- ---------- ----- ---- --- ---- -- --- ----
time and wasn't quite able to manage that violation of the law More than sixty mothers and School, Hallandale. Miss Bar number In attendance. YMCA and the Metropolitan

;of matter however, President Adell Smiley and VicepresidentArrie daughters were in attendanceat bara Melvin, a sponsor of the The executive secretary of Board of Directors have de-

Thomas Dowdy finally forgave her for missing the big the Third Annual Mother- Tri-Hi-Y Club. Mrs. Kathleen the Northwest branch included cided that the present North-

proceedings which was MC'edbynolonger man bout town daughter banquet held at Wright, the chairman of the a special open letter to the wo-( westJ3ranch! facility is to be
Walker School
Levi Henry who boasts Instantly about being happily married. Elementary on women and girls work com- men and girls of the Northwest relocated in west Ft. Lauder-

"Congratulations to Mrs.Willie Mae Williams of the Gay Ladies Sunday, May 21, at 2:15: p.m. mittee gave appropriate remarks branch YMCA and the general dale in keeping with the popu-
Mrs. Cora
S. Coleman dean
;Club who won the first place position and to Miss Shirley Banksof and presented the Northwest Community which lation shift and futher that the
of at Lanier
Miami's O'Neal Fashionettes, second place and Mrs. Nora girls High award for having the highest read: Your role in the future program be conducted on a

Thomas representing the Charity and Entertainment Club won of the Northwest Branch will segregated basis.

third place. Other runners up were Mrs. Irene Hart of the 11 Northwest School Of take on new dimensions In the

meter Radio Club and Miss Nattie Fields of Zeta Phi Beta Sor- last three years we have triedto Through your women and

ority. Among the guest In attendance at the Queen of the Year emphasize the importanceof girls committee each of you

Dance were: Mrs. Zelma Holoway, George Brooks, Dr.Calvin Dance Recital Friday Nite women and girls in the will have an opportunity to

Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Glasco, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin YMCA by designing programsto have your ideas about the kind

Harris, Mrs. Agnes Burrows, Miss Emma Roberts, Mr.Carl According to Mrs. Rose man, Pamela Meritt, Shire- meet the needs and Interestsof of building and programs you

Williams, Mrs. Jessie Mae Lewis, Mr. and Mrsl. Lawrence Merritt, chairman: of the Ballet lett McCaskill, Sharon DeVoe, women and girls, however, want to be considered by the

Rizor, Mrs. Anna Bell Murray, Mrs. Lula Mae Griffin, Mrs. Chapter of the Y'Der Cultural Shirley Howard, Charda we have only scratched the future Development and Implementation -

Carrie McCown, Mrs. Dorothy Brooks and Mrs. Carrie Horizons Society the North Maloney, Debra Jenkins, surface. How far we go Into ; Committee .
west School of Dance
Thomas. pre- for
Annette women and
Our heartiest congratulations: to Nova High School graduates: sent its first ann u a 1 Spring Canady, Canady Loretta, Royster Annice, girls In the future will be determined This is indeed your YMCA.

Charlotte LaVern Pridgen, Rosemary Jackson, Fernicee Dance Extravaganza under the Saundra Richardson, Pamela only by your imagi- Three members ofthe

Davis, Pamela Morton,Jocelyn Davis, Patricia Dupont. Thayla direction of Mrs. Grayce Henry Shawn Humphries, nation and your personal Involvement Collins Tr-Gra-Y Club sponsored

'Seabury, Gail Williams, Don Mizell, Lawrence Martinez and Hansen on Friday, May 26, at Jacqu lyn Smith, Valarie In the planning and oy Mrs. Laura Robinsonand

Ronald Lamar 8:00 p.m., at theNorth Fork Whitaker. Implementation of the pro Mrs. Chryste Wilkerson

The public is Invited to attend the annual Dillard High School Elementary School. An added Also Phyllis Whitaker, Debra gram being conducted by wrote poems dedicated to their

Spring Concert featuring the Band and four Choirs on Sunday, feature of the show will be a Fields, JoWilla Stuart,Cheryl YMCA's throughout the coun- mothers. The poems were

May.28, at 4:00 p.m., in the Gymnatorium. The choirs will be Dance Fashion Show between the Wright, Carol DeGraffenriidt, try, Northwest need not be an printed on the back of the pro-

heard in God's trombone arranged by Fred Warring based on Acts. The first act of Vickie Brown, Lisa Latson, exception.The grams. The three authorswere

'poetry by James Weldon Johnson. Miss Brenda Brown,soprano the show has been" labled Katarri Jones, Beryl Plum- Committee of Manage- : Debra C u rr v. Violet
Around the Act two
who recently won a scholarship awarded by the Fort Lauder- will be "Circus World.Daze." mer, J. Lewis, Jerome ment of the Northwest Branch Burch and Marietta Rochelle.

dale Morning Musical will be the guest speaker. Miss Brownis The following dance students Thomas, Luther Nelson, June
currently studying with Dr. Sistrunk the director of the Ft.
will be performing in the pro- Utley, Rene Green, Charmine

Lauderdale The Florida symphony Conference chorus.0 Social Welfare's Annual Welfare gram on Friday night; Minnie Johnson, Stephanie Harrison, gasIlons
Pearl Jones Nancy Vincent, Diane McCoy, 61J IZ
Mary Ann Jones .,L
Forum will be held June 7-9, at the Robert Meyer Hotel, Or- David Jones Anita Torrence, Janie Batie,
lando JohnnyJ o n e s,
Florida. The theme: "Social Welfare is Good Business. Milllcant Veronica
Rhonda McNair Bryant, ORIGINAL CREATIONSBeaded
Institutes will be held Debra
during the conference and staff mem-
McNair Curry, Judith Hayes, Joyces
Faye Humphries Gowns
bers and agencies are urged to join. For further information ,
Carolyn Davis Anitha Hayes, Andrea Davis, Shirley
contact Mrs. Virginia S. Williamson, Program Chairman, An- Polk Cynthia I Williams Special Designs
Machelle Dallas ,
dote Manor, P.O. Box 1224. Tarpon Springs, Florida 33589. Varen Wanda Levine Rose After Five Dresses
The Elks Club will be decked out In fine fashion again this Karen Blac, Lucinda Beaded Capes
Jones Jeneane r u t o n, Yvette Giles, Gale
weekend beginning on Friday night when the Ali Bi Civic Club Karen Hinton, Laschryl Hinton April Beaded Sweaters
Collins Sheri Smith ,
sponsors a Mod-Dress Ball which begins, at 10:00 p.m., and Green Senrina Utley, Fredi DeGraffenreidt,
on Saturday night Popsy will sponsor a dance inviting all Bragdon, Betty Vincent. Beaded Shoes =
swingers to attend. Lynette Wright, Linda Pitt- CustomJEWELRY

Mother Freddie Brownlee, director of the district chorus of

the Churches of God in Christ was honored at a special meet- their work areas along with campaign material. On the aver-

Ing held on last Tuesday night, May 23, at the Church of God age, there are ten solicitors working with each captain. These 14 kt. Earrings

In Christ No. 2 located at 2041 N.W. 7th Street. Fort Lauder- teams will canvas door to door every str eet in the Fort 14 kt. Pendants

daje. To Mother Brownlee we extend congratulations. Lauderdale area. All fraternities have pledged their support Cultured Pearls

Mr. and Mrs. Zeck Lardge of Fort Lauderdale, have an- In the canvassing of various occupational groups. The branch Earrings

nounced the marriage>of their daughter Miss Barbara Jean Is seeking the cooperation of all churches of clubs and or- Swinger
Lewis to Mr. Willie Roberts on Saturday,June 10, at 6:00 p.m. ganizations. Dr. Von Delaney Mizell, campaign chairman has Rhinestone

at 2810 N. W. 28th Avenue, Fort Lauderdale.The urged all workers to do their very best in making this cam- Earrings

family of the late Mr. Harry Dillette have our deepest paign most successful.At Crystal Earrings f
G. P. Pendants
sympathy in their hour of bereavement. Friends and aqua in.. press time we are sorry to hear of the illness of attorney
Rhinestone Necklaces
tances wanting to send flowers and notes of sympathy may do Alcee Hastings, hard working civic worker and friend of youth.

so at this address 33 N. W. 27th Avenue. Fort Lauderdale.The Friends and acquaintances will want to send get well cards to Crystal Necklaces

public is invited to attend a special appreciation ser Al at his home address: 728 N. W. 15th Way, Ft. Lauderdale. Rope Matinee Necklaces Necklaces

vice to be held in honor d Rev. C. R. A. Banks, pastor of St. NOTIC: To readers, all social, civic and religious news Is Bracelets

John Methodist Church for the past 16 years. Rev. Banks is welcome by the recently appointed news coordinator Porter

retiring from active ministry of Methodist Church on the 1st M. Davis, Jr., whose office located at the Northwest Branch FANCY JEWELRY FOR MEN

Sunday in June.The service in honor d Rev. Banks will be held YMCA, at 408 N. W. 14th Terrace Ft. Lauderdale. The public

on Sunday, May 28th, at 11:00 a.m. and 300; p.m. services. Is Invited to send news and pictures of civic, educational and Gold Rings

Presentation of the Florida Engineering Society's Annual other Interesting events for publication, free of charge, In the &

r Awards will be a highlight of the 51st annual meeting of the Broward County section of the Miami Times which will be cir- Watches

state professional organization to be held May 28 31, at the culated each Thursday, Friday and Saturday throughout t Made to Order 4x

Diplomat Hotel In Hollywood.The awards presentation will cli- Broward County. Deadline, Monday noon send or bring news

max the annual banquet onthe final evening the annual meetIng to Northwest Branch YMCA. PHONE: 563-3914

May 30. The banquet program also will feature an award Shame, shame on the buglar who broke into the home of cute WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

by Governor Claude Kirk. little Joyce Scott and made off with a number of Items of importance JEWELRY AND BEADED GOWNS

The Ft.Lauderdale Branch NAACP kicked off its 1967 Spring including portable record player, water hose, ca mera ELIZABETH C. YOUNG PROPRIETOR

membership campaign on Tuesday, May 23.Captains received and a piggy bank filled with pennies which was to be a donation


'7.-- -" "

THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday May 26, 1967 hf9

Coen my'5 I Sport Scene FREDDY'S GOT THE



Ladies registered in the AdultSewingClassatSunland Park IN TOWN JUST TRYEMBETCH'

Center, have started their Spring and Summer session and are
well underway. With ladies already being recognized for their
perfect attendance records. Those honored are Mrs.LaVerta A YOU'LLDO
Allen Mrs. Estell Staten. Ladies completing projects to date .
are Mrs. Alpha Benette, Mrs. Mable Saxon, Mrs. Estelle --
Wright, Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Tate.
Classes conducted every ELECTED TO MIAMI
Monday and Thursday from 7:00 1000 p.m., if you wish to BEACH PERSONNEL IT MOREN ONCE
register for these classes call JA 5-2772 Ext. 373. BOARDJohn

St, was elected Monday as a | :,Yvi!5

host of children were on hand at North Fork Playgroundon city employee representativeon "FREDWS'SUPiRETTEWl
Friday,May 19,aU:15 p.m.,to help celebrate the birthdays board. Gibson Beach personnel
of Glenda R u s s, JoAnn Sheppard, Curtis Smith and Vivian Negro to was for :,:" ) .. ',: (, ,," (> .. I '
ever run election "
Walters. These persons were recognized as the birthday cele- the : '\\,1, "A _. (,: ,' '.I /"lL5132
brants for the month of May. among city' employees. 1'1 | "" JfJ, ::1
Such games as round the bases, circle dodgeball beat the Gibson polled 151 votes,Earl \ :: : i ,:! ". ; 1, i'J: >: Ijtt'" '"
Miller 48
got and Joe Gold-
beater, water cup and ballon relays
were played. Record hop berg had 26. KY-OYSTER
special event.
Each month, North Fork Playground recognizes all partici- L:.
pants birthdays by having a playground party.If you are havinga CHITTERLINGS 5 'L 99 '
birthday soon, won't you let us help you celebrate?

INDIAN DAYParticipants M4 \'MIXED"' ,' '?:ti: :,' ;:",.\,:if'N," '' ,:\:I,:\<,:\/'/t'f'l';; :''' T 1 :' >';; i fl'Wk"1tll':: ;, F I', :"' ,I::'";,"f, ': '"': ''

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in the area of Dillard Playground were treatedto ', ': ,;1" ';,' : *" : ",:,/,,,: :;: ,,,,5.K'G'81t.$
an Indian Day on Friday,May 19,at 4:00 p.m. Approximately I '::'1iFEET\EARS\ TAILS" "t f'"&'il.MAWS tC' :< ,
; "
:J '
75,participants took part in activities that were p I ann e d for
them. The participants were divided into two groups with David FRESH
Dykes as on captain and Shirley Roberts as the other captain.

Such games as tug-0-war, cat and rat, Indian wrestling and NECK BONES lotTHICKStlCED
over and under relays were conducted. Some of the outstand-
ing participants were Eric Miller, Francine Francis, Eddie A S1
Cromotie, June Lockhart, Shirley Roberts, Ruth and Beverly n I co;;STY Cf
Battle and Audrey Finn. '
."ita' I f'N h Y !

Wright's Department Store, under the captainship of John Miss Ernestine Lois Pettis, I ;,\T, '
Jackson, captured their second victory of the season last week one of the senior teachers at
by edging the freshmen by a score of 11 to 10. The Freshmen Walker Elementary School, DELICIOUS CHOICE CUTS
rallied into the bottom of the fifth but weren't able to score approaches the end of forty-
enough runs on the combined pitching of Huff and Murray.; four years of service in the C\lUCI STEAK U. S. GOOD BUY LB.F .39t
James Brown scored three(3)) runs for the winners along with public school system of Flor-
Lonnie Milton and Eural Tynes who scored two(2)) runs each. ida. "
Other players contributing to Wright's Department Store vic- She began her teaching IJ if.,GRA. ,Sil'AlL" 1 "! ", :',I'' "F'T'f1111t lf'tii: ;: ttf': 'H\\ : : ;:\0::: "

tory were John Jackson, Bennie Dooley and Lem Williams. career in Manatee County, 'I' \ ': '.. ,' 11t3 "
0" '
In other game action, the Blue Sails defeated the Down Beat Bradenton Florida and then to ,:1 EGGS")<" ,.': ".. D 0"z..,!'<'69 ,
Saints by a score of 12 to 13.Key players were Johnnell Lewis, Marion County, Ocala for :iJ J''J\.WI; : :! Robert Oneal, Johnell Gray and Pete Cherry. nineteen years at Howard Aca-
Adult Softball games are played at Sunland Park each Mon- ,demy, Palm Beach County BIG MEATY 'j
day and Wednesday night beginning promptly, at 7:30p.m. All three years at Pahokee and

spectators are welcome. Lake principal Park of the(now Elementary Riveria) as TURKEY NECK 4, LBS. 69C ,

PADDLE TENNIS Schools and finally Broward

County for the past twentyoneyears COUNTRY STYLEj\, ;'"i",( '1f1 1jil.t't.'''.''.'",',."": "t r
Walker Playground are planning to conduct paddle tennis Instruction at Dillard High and Dil- "
for Elementary boys and girls who attend Walker lard Elementary and Walker :,B'AI'C: BONE,:{(. : '\'\/\' '
Elementary School. Sessions will be held Wednesday from 3 Elementary School from which \ ..i,1'.'':, '
4:00 p.m., starting May 31. If you wish to participate in this she will retire come June 13.
activity, please contact Mr. Mattew Sanders at Walker Play- Aside from being a principaland GRAIN
ground between the hours of 3 6 p.m. weekdays. classroom teacher, Miss LB
Pettis has also been activity RICE 5 CELLO 49
CO-ED DAY engaged in training youths in

Dramatics, Oratory and ,," ,.. ,\ 'ii \P" .
; ; .tJNt '. \
The participants Lincoln Playground enjoyed a co-ed day, ''Chorus. 'SH 0 ULDER. ,1 'i : ;l A : IO.i:.fu\:\,' \ / ;' f" ': '
Friday on the playground. In all events the girls pel with the : (
boys for top honors. In the box hockeycontestCynthia James MIAMI TIES LAMBCHORS1kFROZEN I \39 t
first and Ellen Matthews second place. Horseshoe pitching, .. [ ;
Cynthia James and Delia Haukerson defeated Robert Bonner T
and David Bell for first place. In the carrom board contest, .. MORTON'S APPLE PEACH OR CUSTARD
Tyrome Griffin was first place winner. w.asiriss/


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Lillian L. Deal, Monday thru Friday from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m., .
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I -' 20 THE.MIAM1 TIMES, Friday, May 26, 1967

, 1 Shirley and Williams Crowned Kina and Queen Of Jackson Toddle InnThe


night was filled with music,and beauty glowed as freshly -
It as a spring garden. Thus, was the setting for the crowningof
King Michael Harwood Shirley, the dapper son of Dr. and
Mrs. Edwin S. Shirley and Queen Tonda Renee Williams, daz-
zling bit of miniature pulchitude and daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Williams.

Adults, children, teachers and parents invaded the spacious
grounds of the school to witness the ectasy of May Day Activities -
The highlights were the royal procession, the crowningof
this year's King and Queen by the former title holders --
Aldin Everette and Natalie Seniors.Included in the Royal Court
were Prince Isaac C. Mickins, Jr., son of the Rev. and Mrs
I C. Mickins, Sr., Princess LaGaylia Frazier,daughter of Mr. "
and Mrs. Harold Frazier; flower girls Gerall Ray and Valerie .'
Leland crown bearers Ira Everett and Eddie Ellis. I k
Serenade was given to the King and Queen who sat on the i _

spectaclely decorated throne,the royal cap thrown regally over a. .
the King's shoulder as he received the mamouth trophy and I V.x i ,
gasps and aahs rang out as the little Queen received her itemsof ".IiI: '
authority. r : f t

Many dances, fabalous,exotic and exciting had a place in the
activities all of which added up to a complete outing for thosein ,
attendance. The traditional May Pole was wrapped to the
music of Glow Worm by Govotte; directed by Frank Kaltman. ;4a
Teachers were attired in grownuplike fashions as the students -
and the array of beautiful colors was the epitome of
spring and the advent of May Day. The entire musical score
was carefully, appropriately and magnificently selected.

Mr. George Hall was winner of Trip around Florida; Miss
Annie B. Christian won the trip to Nassau.Star parents of the
school are:


Michael Shirley-Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Shirley
Isaac Mickins. Rev. and Mrs. I. C. Mickins
Tonda Williams_ Mr. and Mrs. Louis Williams I
Devek Edwards Mrs. Hannah Edwards
Theodore Patterson Mr. and Mrs. Clarence PattersonIva I yfI
Evevette- Mr. and Mrs. Aldin Evevette
LaGaylia Frazier- Mrs. Betty Frazier
Charlotte Douglas Mr. and Mrs. George Douglas "'
Harriet Henry- Mrs. Rose Zimmerman I da sus rasswY..wr..i.ua

Clintonia Mobley Mrs. Ernestine M. Cunningham H' ,
Joslyn Patterson Mrs. Inez Sanders
Valerie Leland_ Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Leland
George Brown- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Murray
Gerall Ray- Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Ray
Morty Christain Mr. and Mrs. Willie James Christain
Patrice Hendrix_ Mr. and Mrs. Irving Hendrix
Eddie Ellis- Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Ellis, Sr.
Huron Perry- Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Perry 9:
Franklyn Yalledy Mr. and Mrs. Franklyn J. Yalledy
Andrew Harrell Mr. and Mrs. Andre Harrell
Juditte Williams- Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Williams
Karen smith- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith
Lisa Gibson- Mr. and Mrs Wilfred Gibson
Kinberly Murray-Mr. and Mrs. Elsworth Murray
Billy Richardson- Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Richardson
Michaelle Smith- Mr. and Mrs. Milton Smith (3) THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS. (4))STUDENTS SALUTE TO ENJOY TH EVENING.
Richard Ross- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ross

Gary Simpson- Drs. George and Dazelle Simspon
Betty Jean Johnson Mrs. Alma Johnson
Eric Morman- Mrs. Marry Morman
Theophelius Moore- Mrs. Emily Cook
Patricia Lee Mr. and Mrs. Vann Lee
Stacy White Mr. and Mrs. David White
Frank Moore Mr. and Mrs. Leon Moore
Eugene Garrett_ Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Garrett
Stephanie Perpall_ Mr. and Mrs. Stafford Perpall
Steffen Cox- Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Cox ii*,
Solomon Davos- Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Davis
Carl Dean- Mr. and Mrs. George A. Dean
Stephana Chapman Mr. and Mrs. William Chap
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I have said before, the Marlins are playing in hard luck. EXCELSIORS LEAGUE ADDS ANOTHER NICHE OF SUCCESS
The first thing you hear from the fans is why doesn't he do TO ITS RECORD
this and do that. Now let me
explain it this
him way: The manager The leader In bowling, the Excelsior League has Just com-
can't or pitch for the player he has to do it
himself. We
another most
improved season, following a pattern it
all be second
can :
guessers, manager isn't to blame all the
has set since its
organization than
more eight
time. We all make some mistakes that are being made by the Wildcat Freshman Sets New Season after season the league has established itself years as ago.one
umpires. We have the world's worst in the Florida
State Lea- of the leading organizations of its kind in the local area; and
and this
gue, something to do with the
Marlins looking bad to attest to these credits are the progressive advances in.league -
at times.Now back to the Marlins, Moe Hill, star outfielder for SIAC Shot-Put RecordRoy
the Marlins growth and higher averages it has made in each succeeding -
got married this
weekend. Best of luck. Moe, an
ardent fan and his beautiful wife celebrated their 50th anni- Jones, who emerged as a toss of 55 feet. He said,"Tos- year.
Defending league
champions Hagan and Fonda No. 1 success-
versary recently. They were B. E. Pechous, M.D. and Mrs. superman in Field Events for sing the shot-put and throwing fully warded off repeated threats at their title and did so with
Pechous. This Fri, May 26th when the Marlins play Lakeland the Bethune-Cookman College the discus are feats which require -
an of 174 to
average range 185. This is the calibre of bowling
\ it could be the biggest night of the year. It will be all kids Track Team copping eight me- rigorous training;ir requires that is to remain champion of this
necessary tightly woven
night at the Miami Stadium, in addition to the game, there will dals and two ribbons in five full body strength." He.league

l be a lot of prizes for the kids.Topping the list will be a Shet- meets, said today, "The sea- said, "ray distance will increase Following is a complete list of team
land pony and bicycles and a special treat.The first 200 boys son ended much too soon,I was as I continue to g ow. and individual outstanding
will get free hats. The first 200 girls will get free rings. Free just 'beginning to warm-up." Tall men make better shot- games averages: .

I tickets for the game are available from various merchants The 18-year-oldshot-putand putters and discus throwers.I TEAM WON LOST

throughout the Miami area. Order your tickets now, they expect discus ace is by far the most think I can add at least 15 feet
10,000 so far. outstanding member of the by my senior year." He said Hagan and Fonda 91 49

Marlins Schedule for this week: Thurs., Fri., May 25th and track team in Wildcat history. also, "Even now I am throw The Five Summersetfs 81 53
26th, Marlins vs. Lakeland at 7:30 p.m., Wed., May 31st and The 6'1", 230 pound fresh ing at the same rate as Randy Bowler's Pro Shop 83 51 '
Thurs., June 1st, Marlins vs. Leesburg at 7:30 p.m. man set a new conference record Matson (Texas A&M Star) did Tucker's Famous Food 078 62
during the SIAC Confer- at my age. Next year I plan to Yale Organ Cobras 76 1/2 63 1/2

DUCKSWORTH TOP ATHLETE AT JACKSONJohn ence Track and Field Cham- reach 60 feet. I'll be 19 then. Cloverleaf Sport Shop 75 1/2 64 1/2
pionship meet Saturday in Atlanta Randy was 19 when he passed Metropolitan Cleaners 74 66

Ducksworth was chosen as the best all-around athleteat Georgia with a toss of 60 feet" He admitted shylythat Hagan and Fonda (2) 69 71
Jackson High this year in the school's spring sports assem- 52.5 feet. In his first college "the Texas A&M Star is 9 to 9 T. V. Drive Inn 69 71
meet against Florida A & M my idol, I kept up with his acts New Frontier 61 73

bly.Ducksworth was a starting halfback on Jackson's football University this season, he vities since he began in col Bowe's Barber Shop 63 77

team which went 9-2 on the season and was a sprinter on the placed second In the shotputand lege. The Olympic's 62 1/2 771/2
Generals' state champion track team. third in the discus. Thenhe "I am very happy about setting Thompson Texaco 62 78

David Riggs, a star in football and basketball,was selectedas went on to place first in the a new conference record. Metzgers Pro Shop 59 '81 ,
the best scholar-athlete. Riggs was a Miami News All- shot-put in the discus at the When I Joined the team, I had Packers Pontiac 561/2 831(2
County linebacker in football. Daytona Beach relays. At the in mind helping the squad win Leo's Sport World 49 91

Chosen most valuable on each spring sport were: tennis-- South Carolina State relays,he meets. I never expected to go HIGH TEAM 3 GAME HAGAN 4& FONDA (2)

Adrian Gonzalez; wrestling-.Robert Simms; baseball--Luis placed first lathe shot-put and this far I also had doubt about Bowler's Pro Shop 3059 Solomon Ferguson 16
Suarez; basketball--John Vail; and track--Louis Allen. second again in the discus.He throwing the 16 pound ball. In The Five Summersett's 3050 Jefferson Hagan 15
repeated this performance In high school we used the 12 Hagan and Fonda (1) 3028 Cecil Nixon 15

BOXING TH IS WEEK IN DADE COUNTY Alabama when he placed first pounder, but three weeks,I had Billy Johnson 16
and second respectively In the equaled my distance witha Hagan and Fonda (1)) 3028 Freddie Mason17HIGH

Owing to an accident that occured day before last week's Tuskegee relays. heavier ball."

'J bouts, Dick Lee could not find a good substitute for his show. Roy has been throwing the The young athlete credits INDIVIDUAL 3-GAME 9 TO 9 T. V.
Therefore, not to fool the public, he cancelled his show. This shot-put and discus since he Bethune Cookman Track George Walker 713 Nathaniel Townsel 15-
could hurt, but why put on a bum main event and ruin his re- was a freshman at Attucks Coach, Lloyd "Tank"Johnsonfor Willie E, Robinson 698 John A. Crumbly 151
putation. I give Dick credit for this. TheGibavitch Bros look High School in Hollywood, the rapid improvement.' Sam Benjamin 688'. Robert L. Bozeman 16:"
I to be as sensational as the Mamarelli Bros. Florida. As a high school sen- Jones who also throws the ja- Bruce McCord 16.

Don't forget the address, Dade County Armory, 28th St., por, he won the State AA High verlin, is a guard on the Wild HIGH TEAM SINGLE GAME' Frank Smith 16:

and 7th Ave. Plenty of parking, prices; ringside $2.50, reserved School Championship with a cats Football team. Hagan and Fonda (1) 1102

$2.00, general admission $1.50. Next week's show,all Leo's Sport World 1091 NEW FRONTIER
star bouts 5 in all. The Five Summersett's 1080 Willie Lazier 16

Jimmy Gibavitch, local Miami Rattlers Win SICA Sam Benjamin 16:
Welterweight who became a big HIGH INDIVIDUAL SINGLE Almond C. Edwards 174
favorite with the fight crowd in GAME Elmo Williams 16E
the initial Willie E. Robinson 290 Sammie L. Stewart 174
Armory Fight Card,
takes on Jimmy Williams of WI II Track TitleTallahasseeAn James Coins 269

Bradenton in the eight round ; James Coins 269 BOWE Willie G.BARBER Jones SHOP 17:
Archie Brown
feature bout tonite (Thurs. May 268
Thaddeus D. Daniels 14
25)) at the Dade County National early rain good enough for first place. ;
Guard Armory at 2728 NW 7th fall failed to dampen the spir- Joe Reid of FAMU set a con- ;HAGAN AND FONDA (1) Walter Bowe 14c
its or hamper the speed of the ference record in the triple James Mitchum 177 Clyde Alexander 16-

Ave.Gibavitch, a combination Florida A&M University Rat- jump with a 46'9" effort. Oswald Smith 177 Alexander Daniels 160

boxer-puncher will be meeting" tlers as they breezed to an Because of injuries j many Ernest Hayes 174
in Williams A Kayo artist who I easy victory In the 30th Annual Rattlers had to participate in Willie Robinson 185t" THE OLYMPIC

wasamateurhampion Florida i* SIAC Championships in more than one event. Eugene Dennis Peak 182 Willie Fenderson 159

before turning pro and losing Atlanta, Georgia. The Rattlers Milton, Nathaniel James, and Major Thomas 158
only once in the later category. struck for 51 points in the 19 Richard Reid were work- THE 5 SUMMERSETT Henry Newbold 168
events five first horses. Milton ran in four James Terry 174
Kenny Parker, an Alabama capturing Clyde W. Young 162
middleweight veteran who seven second, one third, and events and James and Reid Darden Baker 170 Alvoid James 176
took in three. First 'Sammie T. Daniels 161
fought Yama Bahama and other three fourth places, despitethe part place
top boxers meets Al Robinsonin loss of the three key men victories for the Rattlers In- 'Johnny B. Harvey 175 THOMPSON TEXACO
the six round semi-final. due to injuries.The cluded the 100-yarddashMil- Day 180BOWLER'S

Larry Gibavitch, the second famed Rattler 440 relay ton, 9.6), 220-yarddashReid, James Williams PRO Jr.SHOP 169 James Goins 167
half of the fighting Gibavitch t team had to compete without 21.8, two-mile run (Jerry Frank Southward 175 Amos Walker 163

Brother Act meets Al Lang in Major Hazelton and anchor Paulk, 9'39"), 440 relay Bernard Brown 174 George Walker 159
a middle weight six rounder. man James Ashcroft. Bobby (42.3), and the triple jump John Green 175 I. C. Williams 157
Lang, FAMU head coach had (46'9"). The Rattlers now own Lindell Williams 169
Bobby Mountainey from Hialeah James Thomas 188
to rely on substitutes Richard 11 of the 19 records set by AN
meets Otis Bryant in a TUCKERS FAMOUS FOOD
Reid and SIAC members since the first
Robert Ingram. The
feather weight four round bout. I Hardy Rogers 155
The first of the six bouts gets Rattlers ran a 42.3 their slow-, SIAC Championship Meet in Edgar Keepler 154 Anthony Simons 144\t
under "" .,'.. -- est time of the year, but still 1941. Clyde W. Parrott 158
way at 8:45 p.m. Eugene Boatwright 172 ... .
n. ,. Un....... ,
FALCONS SEEK NATIONAL TITLEThe William Lowry 163 Leander 'PhiliiPS -161""
Ernest Green 168
Miami Times
Falcons of Miami-Dade Junior College North are back YALE ORGAN David Hall 169

in Grand Junction Colo this week for the third time in the 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue Dave Boone 181

past four years. Miami Florida 33147 Thomas Papino 159 PACKER PONTIAC
Coach Demie Malnieri's team which won theNJCAA Cham- ,. Gradt King 157
pionship in 1964 and was runner-up in 1966 after losing in the Dear Sir: ,' :**. Norman Hurd 165 Archie Brown 170

ninth inning of the final game to Nassau Community Collegeof Timothy Williams 171 Herman Bryant 170
New York, will open against the winner of the North Cen- Enclosed please find the sum of J_ CLOVERLEAF

tral District on Friday May 26th at 5 p.m. Ted R. Blue 159 Herman Bryant 156
to cover tne; cost of a ,_ subscription to .
Stanford Simms 168
The Falcons bring a 42-2 season's record into the tourna- Lonnie Mincy 167
ment which includes victories in 36 out of their last 37 games. the Miami Times Fred Horne 163Wilton Cox 166
They are currently boasting a 20 consecutive game win streak David H. Fussell 166 Albert Bryant 164
which breaks the previous record of 19 set in 1964 by Mainie- Mall!I Paper To Tommy Jackson 182

ri's National Championship squad. Address LEO'S SPORT
The M-DJC North team swept through state and regional METROPOLITAN

play-offs to earn their berth in the national tourney. City State ZIP Code_ Sam Benjamin 171 Leo Armbrister 155
Al Crawford, the speedy center fielder of the Falcons,erased Johnnie Robinson 162 Murphy Griffin 155 r
Nellie Mitchell's 1962 record of 23 stolen bases by stealing. Nathaniel Payne 155 Charlie Morris 147
25 this year. Al excels in defense and is hitting .362 for the Six Month $3 00 One Yr. t< 00 Two Yrs $9,00 Eddie Williams 156 Benjamin Nixon 139
Willie Wright 166 Charles GOW3D 161


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22 THE MIAMI TIME, Friday, May 26, 1967
\ ,,
". "" ';,
63., ," of the highlights of the The Lodge was opened in duet DAVIS
"; .. ''' ,' recent Masonic Convention in rm. A committee on Time
r'V/ ,, ,, : Jacksonville was the presen- was appointed, and all other WINDOWS DOORS
I.;Ii' I '::1 ::HV" ,,'' },;!I' tation of a check for $1,000, committees were appointed to
9" matched by one from the Gulf report the next morning. JALOUSIE GLASS SOLD
Insurance Co. It was given to Wednesday was the day of Joy
the lovely Miss Gwendolyn as well as work. AU the group WINDOW GLASSINSTALLED HUNG
\ Robertson to further her col- reports were read and adopted. REPAIRED

,', lege education.The After the officer made
\ their reports, including the
ladies then took over the Grand Master, Rev. J C. 696-4077 1821 NW 79th St
auditorium for the next 40 Sams, moved that the rules be
': minutes. Many speakers from suspended, and that the Grand
in and out of the state made Master and his cabinet pre-
short talks, and after they sent be re-elected. This was
marched out, the Grand Lodge received by acclamation.This .
was opened for the business of reporter was then ready
its 98th Session, with Grand to leave for home.

Master. Rudolph Bradley presiding district Alexander reporter.Lucas Jr, Grand 111! liOPiN

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Best Buys in Town:


Lovely CBS, best location. Fla room, tile roof,
carport, stove and refrigerator Bargain at$12,000,
; 4 YR.NEW CBS BEAUTY 2 bedroomdining room, $400 down and $74.41 month, FHA. Near bus,

-.i _' ,'"'' open grill work front porch, utility room. $300',' shopping, churches, etc. Nice Street.

The tennis title also became In the doubles Long teamedup down. $12,500 FHA. NO RED TAPE MOVE RIGHT IN ,
property of FAMU with the with Branch Currington to CBS 2 OR 3 BEDROOM, Fla room, utility room, Modern 3 bedroom CBS, carport awnings |olousit .
Rattlers capturing the single defeat Tuskegee 6-3 and 7-5, appliances.I I 2 RC air conds. Patio. Fenced. windows, sprinkler system. $1,000 down|!
and double finals.Leroy Long, Morehouse was the Rattlers' $250down. $11,500 FHA. .. and take over FHA mortgage of $10,790 5'%% Wjjj'
Rattler Junior sensation who closest competitor in tennis .
terest. $82.67 month pays everything. Move InJ t
has not lost a singles match in and track and field events. In $200 DOWN, $69 MONTH. 2 bedroom, enclosed
three years, received a bye track and field, Morehouse
jalousfed porch, dining room, utility room. Rear
and then went on to defeat finished second to FAMU ((51- patio. $8,000 FHA. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
South Carolina State Collegeand 38)). In tennis, Morehouse Modern 4 bedroom, 2 bath CBS in new area i in

Tuskegee Institute before again finished second to the BEAUTIFU 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath, dining room, Opa-locka. House is on large lot and has been
Morehouse defaulted in the Rattlers ((18-11)). painted inside and out, like new, oopliancetoo.
utility appliances.
room, 'garage, Only $1,500
finals. down. $10,000 total. Bargain at $12,500, $400down and $77.61 month,

utility room, carport, appliances. 2 BED. % Ori
VETERANS AND DISPLACED PERSONS $100 DOWN ROOM. All furnished. $600 down. $16,000 FHA, ;i.iAade'm'CBS; :; tile' roof, carport, air conditioner; }
BUY A LOT Allopottah Excellent location. also conventional, terms. : on large completely fenced lot. Pay $1,000 down"and
50x148. $3575 month. takeover FHA mortgage of $9,600 payable::'

DON'T MISS THESE FHA BEAUTIESa 3 UNITS CBS PLUS R2 LOT. 2 bedroom home ,$81 month pays allincludes( taxes and Insurance);;:,
( ) 2 bedroom, CBS Fla. tm & garage, corner, $400 plus DUPLEX.All furnished.Near stores, schools
down. $77.61 mo.
(b) 2 bedroom, CBS, Fla. rm & garage, Allapattah cor buses. Reasonable down. $16,500 total. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

nero $400 down. $78.25 mo. Spacious CBS, carport, awnings, awning windows,
( ) 2 bedroom, CBS, Fla & on waterfront. CBS 4 UNITS 2
c rm. carport BEDROOM EACH APT. All turn, lots of closets, large lot. Near 7th Ave. on 84th
down. All.
$850 $122
(d) 3 bedrooms 2 baths, CBS beauty, tile roof, One sonable a pt.down has Fla room. Ideal rental area. Rea St. Bargain at $12,200, with $400 down and $75.69
$14,500. $450 down. $90.12 mo. $23,000 total. for a nice house on a nice street. Don't miss

SUPERB HOME 3 bdrm., 2 baths, CBS, tile roof, WE HAVE MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS this one.
terr. floors, 920 NW 87th St. BY APPOINTMENTonly. $1 m DOWN FOR VETS& DISPLACED PERSONS
',' ',,

FAMILY 4 bedrms,2 baths,extra large living room, Frame house, asbestos shingle siding, 2 bed :
dining room, kitchen, reading room, utility room, SHELL REALTY rooms. Good location in Manor Pork, 15th Court .
storage room, extra large closets. Built-in cedar '
chest. CBS, fenced,very reasonable. FHA or con- near 46th St. Bargain at $5,500, $500 down ,
ventional 4260 NW 7th Ave. 758-5551 $57 month. Move right in. No qualifying! ;uv,

NO QUAUFYING 3 bedroom, CBS tile roof, vinyl
floors, extras. Near school, must see to appre

MANY OTHER CHOICES Lovely corner, 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS in Opa-
locka. Tile roof, jalousie windows, awnings,
CALL Carlton Realty (BROKER) Fla room, terrazzo floors, large fenced yard.
Near shopping, school, etc. Bargain at $13,000

635-3177 King Realty, Inc.of FHA with $4UO down and $80.82 mont '. Spotl.lS.


Miami Realtor* 2 bedroom CBS and separate 1 bedroom on 1 nf"
Buy A Home TodayOPEN lots at 46th St. near 17th Ave. Tile roof, enclosed -" ,;
porch, stoves and refrigerators price : :
SATURDAY & SUNDAY! only $14,000, $1,000 down, $100 month. :/d:,

((1)J) 2295 NW 91st St. 2 bedroom, No quail- Modern 2 bedroom CBS, carport, enclosed front
fying. $300 down. $23 week. porch, awnings, Seller will paint, refinish floors,
1141 N. W. LITTLE RIVER DRIVE etc. to make house like new. Bargain at $10,000with

Prestige 4 bedroom 2 bath screened $300 down and $62.22 month, FHA.
area, large
((2)) 3160 NW 67th St. 2 bedroom house. patio l! .aairiaat' P'i"kltr, tugging, fenced, FHA. "
Fenced yard. $295 down. $22 week. will pay closing cost. :r./;:: NO;:RED_ TAPE. MOVE RIGHT IN;'*

2466 NW 99 TERRACE tike' new bedroom CBS, tile roof, large fo
((3)) 1318 NW 43rd St. $300 down. $73 mo. ca', built- .kitchen.I jalousie, window$, ,a,! l J I i
Custom-built, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, screened patio, ;aiwall} ;>"Qt.:,'Beauty for, $13,750, $1,000 ] :
circular drive, central heat, FHA terms. tand.takeover FHA payments, $90 mo.7poysJ"
.e ((4)) 2345 NW 65th St. Brand new duplex.

2 bedrooms each side. 9001 NU 9 AVENUE SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

3 bedroom beauty. Wall to wall carpeting, fence, Pretty 3 bedroom CflS( large fenced yard. Fla.
2501 NW 158th -Opa-locka.. $300 down.
garage, sprinklers, patio. FHA. Seller will pay Room, jalousie wlndowl, lr conditioner, awnings.

cost. Bargain at $11,000, $350 down, $68.31 month ,
((6)) 2025 ?NW 91st St. Duplex. $350 down.
2161 NW 100 STREET
((7)) 2101 NW 93rd St. 2 bedroom, carport. 1 year young. 2 bedroom, custom-built, double J !-*- WE HAVE MANY MIRE HOMES ";
$250 down. $72 month. carporte. Only $11,500 FHA. tynU'CAN' '
IRENT. "\ HOUSES\r'!: ;: ,

,,?2480W 68th St. 1 bedroom duplex:.v" 'I WE HAVE INCOME PROPERTIES
:; ) Large 2 bedroom, Fla room, garage, front jalou- TOOl
fe&ftfei $65 month.5710'NW7th .....: lied porch. Wonderful location.
1| y ; Ct. 3 bedroom. $20 wk,,:;::;:
1301""'60th St.-2 bedroom. $2wk HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWE

Life Realty


3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595 PHONE CALL AWAY. Open,
tRoyf P >'f eel, Even W 'Too!

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Fr idoy, May 26, 1967 23


CLiSSvtFi1DpS I ) CBS DUPLEX 1 CBS apt. furn. air condition, Daily childcare in pleasant
patio. Adults only. No pets.
Income from this beautiful home and environment. Call
Small deposit working couple
15 WORDS OR LESS 150.I 50 FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. home will pay your rent.2 bed only. $30 per, week. 1350 NW 6350470.We .

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON rooms each apt. Large yard, 52nd St. 757-7255
keep day care children
modern kitchen, low price.E- up
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE Z terms. Call Harry Denny, 3 bedroom, 2 bath,partly furn. to 5 years of age.Ruby Bryant,
Realtors. 685-0021. Tip Top 5321 NW 24th Ct. NE 3-2915.

4755 NW 5th AVENUE 1 CBS apt. turn air condition, 1360 NW 88th STREET Realty, 13906 NW 7th Avenue.PSSSSSSSSSSTTTTTTTTTTUI. $30. (M26)
2 bed. duplex, $23 & $25 wk.
Total $12,500, only$400down, patio. Adults only. No pets.
and month OPEN SUNDAY 3-6 P.M. Dixie Rental Agency, 3203 NW
$99 pays all. Large Small deposit, working couple !l l
corner bedroom 1 bath $30 week. 1350 NW Beautiful NW 88th Street 17th Ave. 633-2429.
only. per $100 down, CBS, 3 bedrooms,
large eat-in kitchen hardwood 52nd St., 757-7255. Large 3 bedroom, 2 bath, FU no closing costs. $55.80 mo. Wanted. Beautician in new
floors, carporte, utility room. room, big front porch, fenced Aetna Realty, Broker, 811 NW 1 bed. apt. and duplex. 4113 beauty salon.7911 NW 7th Ave.

Drive by then call me to see. Sale or Rent Doctors Clinic In yard, carport, beautiful 54th St., Open 7 days. Phone: NW 23rd Ave. $20 wk. 759-8677. (m26))
1800 NW 79th St. $18 wk.
A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 NW fully equipped, room for ((4) home. Low price, easy terms. 757-5724.
60th St.Call anytime 751-2243. professional colleagues. N. W. E. Harry Denny,Realtor, 685- 1611 NW 50th St. $23 wk. Driver wanted.To drive Ca-

7th Ave. and 49th St.Call early 0021. Tip Top Realty, 13906 Duplex. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, 4935 Dixie NW Rental 16th Ave. 3203$16 wk.NW dillac to Jersey, New York,

1250 NW 90th STREET morning or late evening..UN 5- NW 7th Avenue. near Jackson Memorial Hos- Agency, Boston, Canada. July 26 and
17th Ave. 633-2429.
Total $20,000 FHA terms, 9004 or UN 4-0005. pital and Airport Expressway return. Call NE 4-6875.

$1,000 down.. 3 bedroom, 2 Free rent plus income. Invest Call Alma Eddy, 271-4115 or 2 bedroom apt. 1136 NW 5th

bath charmer, very large garage ALL GOOD BUYS in a new duplex. In floe 4441682. Leon Newman, Ave. $22 wk. new building.JE

with.beautiful grounds. CBS duplex in Allapattah.$400 locations. The price Is rightS Realtor. 1-3184 or CA, 1-4833 for in- JOB WANTEDwill

Rear yard, fenced with lovely down. $102 mo.pays all. 1 side 235-2958. (TF)] formation. do laundry and/or child

patio, with overhang eat out rented $80 per mo. Allapattah, 3 bedroom; CBS, care. 691-5685. after 5 p.m.
side all year long. This is a Large CBS duplex, 90th Street $100 Down Payments carporte, awnings, lot 50x150
must see. Drive by then call area, 2 large bedrooms each 234bedroom CBS like new. Buses and schools. 2 blocks. HELP WANTED

me. A. Ben-Kori,Realtor,612 side. $600 down. $116 monthly Anyone can buy, vets or non- Reasonable. 0 w n e r, Phone: FISCAL ASSISTANT TO Director
NW 60th St.Call anytime,751- pays all.Each side rentingpays vets. Payments from $59 mo. 681-1806.
2243. $85. pays all. One mortgage. Call Community Action

CBS, 3 bedroom and Fla room, now we have the keys. TipTop Program. Work entails pro- A!
685-0021. 13906 FOR RENT ject preparation, with emphasis 3
1380 LITTLE RIVER DRIVE fenced yard, near 79th Street, Realty ; ,
matters and
Open Sun. 2-6. Total $19,000 $400 down and $91 month pays NW 7th Ave. on ,
Furn. effcy$15 wkly.includes maintaining financial recordsof
down, 3 bedroom, 2 bath on the all.We 1960 Oldsmobile. Call FR 4- lights, gas, water, waste re- non-profit corporation.Re- Moo RS
canal beautiful grounds fish Have Other Good
Buys 8828 or OX 1-0609. ( M26) moval. Apply 2221 NW 57th quires Bus. Adm. degree with
in own back yard large Call Now 751-9784
St. between 12 and 2:30 Sat. emphasis inaccountingor
eat-in kitchen, coolest housein Mike Scatton,Realty 1071 NW 90th St. equivalent training and ex SIM HE 2*' AVENUE

town. A. Ben-Kori,Realtor, Fla room, garage, bedroom, 1 bedroom cottage in rear. perience.i Minimum salary: ;757-9633
612 NW 60th St. Call anytime, House. 18 rooms, CBS, con-
full tile bath beautiful yard
$16.50 per week. Newlypainted $6,000, dependent on qualifi-
751-2243. sisting of four apts. seven hotel
sprinkers. $450 downpayment, Interior. 624-0564. cations. Submit resume and 1966 Chov. Caprice auto.

rooms, two-car garage, $90.12 mo. plus taxes and in- references to P. 0. Box 6605, V8, H.T., vinyl top, P.B.,
OPEN SUNDAY 2-6 large lot. 710 S. Dixie Hwy. axl. 336R P.S.
$14,050 FHA mort- postract
surance. Nice turn room with cooking West Palm Beach, Fla.33405.
tinted wlnd hUld, for-
1240 NW 91st St. $16,500total Hallandale. com
gage. Reinhold, Realtor, 754- facilities. 1142 NW 2nd Ave. (An Equal Opportunity Employer tilt st..ring wh..l, P.B.
price, with only$600 down,for 2605 or 223-0792. 5909 NW Apt. 5. 371-5779. ). radio, 4 a.alon air cond.,
this lovely 3 bedroom, 1 bath $300 down FHA. Vets $100 2nd Ave.Lovely many mar. .xtraa. Lilt n.w
home, on corner lot 100x100, down. Easy monthly payments. for $4,412.95. SAVE $$$.
Furn. room with bath. 639- Simple cooking, light house
fenced rear yard, wall to wall 2 bedroom, 1 bath, Fla room, 3 bedroom, lbathCBlike 7543. Evenings. work, 2 in family, apt. Call $2595.00

carpet, large eat-in kitchen, as neat as a pin. Robert E. new. Awnings,extra largelot 866-3662. fnraffi.lv' !

dining room, large garage, Marx, Inc. 661-1661. FHA$12,000 $400 down,, Room in private home for M963 Ply'luto 8 eyl. 4 Dr.,
this is an immaculate charm- cost. P.S Steering- Condltfon; ,
month. No closing
$74 sober 47th
quiet working man. Cood"Tlr.. Bonus 1967
ing home. It's really nice.A.- 3 bedroom, CBS, $400 down, Veterans or being displaced St. area. 634-9654. BULLDOZER OPERATOR. .?'$..?." $695.00
Ben-Kori, Realtor,. 612 NW $12,900 total. 163rd Street $100 down. Atlantic & Paci- Bahamian needed to operate d Y I '.

60th St. Call anytime, 751- Shopping area. Call ParkManor fic Realtors, 666-0411. Room in private home for lady. heavy equipment on Great Ex-
2243. Realty, Broker,751-8295. uma. Do not apply unless experienced 1960 T. Bird, full pow.r,
Liberty city area. 758-8128. and are a native Ba- factory air condition, original
Lovely 2 bedroom, 1 bath, Fia; paint, lowmll..m.-
hamian. Write full qualifications -
Open 1 to 5 Sunday Refrigerator. 759-2314. room, CBS, tile roof, hard 1 bedroom apt. Partly turn. chanl colly pvrUct. Sav.
j 736 NW 66th Street wood floor, close in town location Monthly 29 NW 52nd St. Call to: J. H. Moynohan, 141 $595.00B
No qualifying IIIF-r-R.S-T tiny downll! l 11 I close to bus. FHA$350 CE 5-8418. NE 3rd Ave., Miami. FR 4-

2 bedroom, D. C. pine, turn. Price $3700. Six rooms! l 11 l down, $71 month. Veterans 01 r 6119. (M26) ,Valiant'",OI;(Ji.l Auto. Pownf

$9,500 total Owner 947-0835. being displaced$l00 down. At- Room for aged couple or aged "9> .'radio, lik. new,
Barber wanted.Call 751-9112.
Call Mr.WilsonJ. lantic & Pacific Realtors, 666- single woman. No calls until KAlTcondltlon. Save an

K. Realty, Realtors, $1500 down short term mort- .0411. Sunday. PL 9-2214. (m26)CHILD ,".,il,> ,$595.00
947-7571 gage held by owner. Call 624-
3245. $100 Down Payments CARE 1959 Ch.v. Impala, H. T.,
Efficiency. Lights and water
2-3-4 bedroom CBS like new. V8, auto radio, full P'leot
BANK REPOSSESSIONS! Anyone can buy, vets or non- furnished. 4761-1/2 NW 22nd Childcare in my home. Your $295.00
F-I-R-S-T $110 takes my 58 vets. Payments from $59 mo. Ave. Phone 633-2400 or 759- child will have the very best '
1964 Buick Special, 4 door, Plymouth!!! Like newlll)!! 947- pays all. One mortgage. Call 9563. of care. 759-8335. III' ': FINANCINGAVAILABLE

air conditioned, power steer- 0835. now we have the Keys. TipTop ,

ing, radio. Realty, 685-0021. 13906 1 bedroom apt. furnished or Childcare. Love children t,: .

1966 Buick Wildcat, 2 door, SWIMWEAR. Direct from fac- NW! 7th Ave. unfurnished. Near schools, very much 759-6113.

hard-top, air conditioned, power tory bikini's 7-14,reg.$12.99, bus lines. 44th St. hear 17th

steering, power brake, now $7.99; Large size 36-48, Ave. 7587002.
2390 NW 86th Street
radio. reg. $14.98, now 1099. Boy
CBS on large 80x100 corner
1966 Ford Galaxie 500,4 door, leg. Brochure on request.La- Fenced in two bedroom CBS,
lot with circular driveway and
air conditioned, power steer- Belle, P.O. Box B,Hallandale, carporte. Two bedrooms and modern $27 per week. NE 3- EDISON

ing, radio. Fla. 33009. Fla room, terrazzo floors 7809. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Specials
1962 Oldsmobile Star fire 2
FHA terms with $450
full air Nice large bedroom apt. 54th
door hard-top, power,
in town. payment. Biscayne Realty,,
conditioned. Best NEW home buy St. and 8th Ave. Deposit re-
Lincoln National Bank 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, sewers Broker, Inc. 759-8600. quired. Liberty Rental Agency OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
and water. 276 NW 40th
759-4431 Ext 67 city 633-7809. 2020 NW 62nd St.
: 39 NW 38 STREET
89th Street
St. and 400 NW 40th St. Rea- 2325 NW

235-2958. CBS FHA terms with $450 SWIMMING POOL
sonable. Wynne. ,
CBS front in Good
1707 NWS 1st TERRACE apt. duplex.
down on valuation of $11,500. clean house with 2 Fla. 2 reverse
A frame home, excellent location neighborhood. $26 per week.
Less down for vets and ex- tool
Fully furnished. Two Duplex. 2 bedroom, 1 bath each way relocation. Beautifully Deposit required. Liberty Also cycle has air cottage.conds., and 2 lots. 100x10. $15,00 total.

bedrooms, two baths. Extra side. Excellent location. Rea- home lot.Bis- Rental Agency, 6337809.2020NW
kept on large
vacant lot in rear facing NW sonable down payment. Live Broker 62nd St. CALL EDISON TO SEETHE FOLLOWING
cayne Realty, Inc. ,,
82nd St., city water. Owner here for about $45 per month. 759-8600. PROPERTIES

will finance A substantial No qualifying. Call at once. Nice 2 bedroom CBS apt. $22. ((1)) No qualifying, 2 bedroom, CBS, plus den, tile

down payment is required.Owner Martin M. Berney, Broker, 2025 NW 93rd Terr. CBS, 1 bedrocTJ, apt. $17.50. roof, $90 month pays everything. 1 FHA mtg.

on premises. (J2) 624-6983. CBS, FHA terms on $11,500 bedroom apt. $14. FHA mortgage. Off( 7th Ave. in the 40's.

valuation with $450 down (total Very large house, $25. ((2)) No qualifying, 5 bedroom, 2 bath, frame,

1867-69 NW 88th STREET $800 DOWN ) on three one half year old Small, bedroom, duplex, $19. $1,3040 down. Near '54th St. and 5th Ave.

Duplex. No qualifying,all CBS, Three bedroom, CBS. No qualifying old- two bedroom dream house. CBS, large 1 bed. apt. $1750. ((3)) No qualifying, 3 bedroom, CBS, $66.78 mo.

completely fenced, bedroom, for this five year Check this with Biscayne Deposit Required pays everything. 1 FHA mortgage, near 17th

2 bath plus 2 bedroom, 1 bath, home. On 1 large corner win-lot, Realty, Inc.Broker, 7598600.NO Liberty Rental Agency, 2020 Ave. & 83rd St.

all 6% financing, only $2,000 terrazzo floors, jalousie NW 62nd St. Call 633-7809 ((4)) No qualifying, lovely corner, CBS home.

move in today. This is a mag- dows. Biscayne Realty, Inc., QUALIFYING Beautiful modern kitchen. FHA already placed.

nificent piece of property that 759-8600. (Broker) $500 down. CBS with two lots Unrarn. Efficiency. 4841 NW ((5)) Duplex. bedroom each side. $450 down FHA.

is exactly what you have been fenced. Near schools, buses, 16th St. $20 wk. Also, 1 bed. CBSterrazio floorl, near Miami Ave. In 40',.
looking for. See right now. Check 2145 NW84th unfurn. apt. newly decorated
DOLL HOUSE shopping. I -------------- ------
Aetna Realty, Broker, 811 NW CBS, only $10,500 full price St. with Biscayne Realty, Inc. $18 wk. 566 NW 22ndSt. 1 bed- WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES, FHA

54th St., Phone 757-5724. Open with FHA terms. Lowest Broker, 759-8600. room cottage, unfurn. Spark- TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING

Sat. and Sun. down payment and sellers all ling clean. 566-1/2 NW 22ndSt. YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR

but $100 of the closing costs. $18 wk.Immed.occupancy.Day $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
1251 NW LITTLE RIVER DR. CBS, furn. 1 bedroom, 1 bath, time call Mr.Gross, 444-
Air conditioner and stove are DISPLACED AND I IF YOU CAN QUALIFY
CBS, corner, 3 bedroom, 2 large Fla room, making$9,400 6126 or night 448-2824.
bath, huge Fla room, garage, Included.Biscayne RealtyInc. OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY

air cond., central and much Broker, 759-8600. SCOTT LAKE Special Discount to Elderly ,

more. FHA value $21,000. 15th All utilities.
4721 NW Ct.
Only $1,200 down. (Vets $800 3 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, Fla 3 I bedroom, 2 bath, screened $18 per week. EDISON ,REALTY Realtors
excellent near ,
down) monthly $127. If you room, and school. Low,down porch, built/in stove and oven, 118 NW 45th St. Rear. $15wk. ,

want the best see this home to- buses carpeted, central,heat, fenced 1765 NW 43rd St. $11 wk. I
payment. No qualifying.Call at (115: IN.W. 6.2n.d ,Sf., lS1.2 JI
day. Aetna Realty, Broker, 811 back. Asking 19000. Terms. Dixie Rental Agency, 3203 NW
NW 54th St., Phone:757-5724. once. Martin 624-6983.M. Berney, AlA Realty, 751-1402. 17th Ave. 633-2429. ._ #
Open Saturday and Sundav. Broker,

24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 26, 1967 1


I JOur Boys in the House Passes School Integration., Amendment

-- '" Washington The House fice of Education "would have

I' Armed Forces I. .. CTA Elects Pinkney and RolleThe plication voted Tuesday of the to controversial require ap- absolute over southern integration schools"power under

federal school desegregation the amendment, whereas the
L I'' San Antonio, Tex. -Airman scout with the K-9's scout Dade County Classroom guidelines in all 50 states. guidelines now are meant onlyto
Elbre B.Gaiter,whose mother dogs. A
graduate of Miami Association
Teachers recently They now are applied in only brlngabouf'gradual desegregation -
Mrs. Annie B. Murray, lives, Northwestern, he is marriedto elected eight new offic 17 states in the south. ."
at 2115 N.W. 41st St., Miami, the former Everlina Peter- ers. Among them were John By voice vote, the House
has been selected for technical son, also a graduate of Miami treasurer and Ro-
Pinckney, ; wrote the guideline languageinto
training at Chanute AFB 111., Northwestern.
land Rolle, director districtIV President Johnson's bill
as a U.S. Air Force aircraft .. )1. DUPLEXESLive
maintenace speacialist. forth Negro teachers. that would authorize $3.5 bil- Rent Free

The airman recently com- lion in aid to poverty area 2045 NW 93 Terr. $600 dn.

pleted basic training at Lack- schools. 2390 NW 95 Terr.$1400dn.
that the
land AFB, Tex.His new school Liberals protested Let us show both of these
r guidelines amendment, offered -
is part of the Air Train- beouties.
ing command which conducts by Rep. Edith Green (D., $1,500 down.No qualifying.
hundreds of specialized Ore.), would either slow 1431 NW 30th Street

courses to provide technically school desegregation or pave 3 bedroom CBS, formal din-
t the for even more strin-
way .
trained personnel for the nation's -
aerospace force. r gent government efforts in this REALTY

Airman Gaiter is a 1966 JOHN PINCKNEY direction. Realtors 633.0426
of Wash- Claude Pepper (D., Fla.) op-
graduate George
president; Ann Hendrick,sec- posed the amendment.He .
ington Carver High School.
4 retary; Ann Hubers, directorof warned that the U.S. Of-
His father, Elbre B. Gaiter, i r A'A district II;Maurice Simmons ESTATE SALE
resides at 236814 W., 63rdCt.SGT. -- .. -" 1301 N E 153rd Street
director district HI;
ROLAND ROLLE Alan Stratton, director-at- 4 bedroom, 2 bath, central

MAYS GRAD SELECTED--- BY The others were Tony Mala- large (B). Lovely New 3 bedroom, 2 air conditioning heat, fenced plus corner control ,

d AIR FORCE. fonte, first vice-president; The Dade CTA has been Integrated bath, carport, easy terms. sprlnkl.r system,carpeting
for more than year. 7195 HW 15th Court drapes, all-built-in/ appli
John second vice-
Miss Joyce Ann Roux, K. Floyd ances. $700 down. $17,500
daughter of Airman first class Large lot on 49th Street total. No closing cost.
and Mrs. James Fir low, 10961 also was a member of the Any girls interested in know- Build to Suit MUST BE SOLD
S.W. 224th Street Goulds has ing more about an Air Force
Greater Miami Tops Club.
enlistedin should contact their REALTY,
a been selected for and Airman Roux enlisted throughthe career Broker
the Women's Air Force Air Force Recruiting office nearest Air Force recruiter, 8-1340 751-8295
(WAF). Miss Roux, a 1966 at 20235 South Dixie Hgw. listed in the telephone book under -

graduate of May High School, Any girls interested in know- U.S. Government.

departed for basic training at Ing more about an Air Force
Lackland Air Force Base,San should contact their
Antonio, Texas on May 10th. nearest Air Force recruiter, ITcilL! [ W1&BEDROOM
Following six weeks of basic listed in the telephone book under -
a training, Miss Roux will be assigned U.S. Government.
to an AIR Force tech

I nical training school,then will FLORIDA ROOM
be assigned to a regular Air
Airman Everett C. Evans,
MASSEY Force Job at one of the many
son of Mr and Mrs. Jimmy
GETS MEDAL Air Force bases where women Lee Evans of 180 N.W.49th St., 51. ." 3116
are assigned. Airman Roux
entered the Air Force He will
was very active In extracurricular -
Sergant Alphonso L. Massey, go to Texas for his basic
173rd Airborne Brigade,a na- activities while attending training and then assigned in FREE ESTIMATES 'CARPORTS A1SO lUILPi-OARAGIS
High School.Shewas i
tive of Monticello,was awarded a member of Mays Junior the general field, the field he PHA DOWN PINANCINONO PAYMENT $1288 CARPORT SCRIM ROOMS INCIOSORH
the Aroy Commendation' selected before his enlist- CALL TODAY SAVI (is. PAYUINT_AIW0CT
and Senior High School bands,
Medal, for heroism in connec- ment, airman Evans wasa
secretary of the Junior Hearts NEWPORT CONSIRUGTION CO
tion with military operations graduate from Booker "T"
against a hostile force. Sgt. Club Science; secretary Club and of president the Senior of Washington High School In 24pfW; 7W$i MIAMI,TLA; DIVISION tTlM

Massey distinguished himself the,Athletic Association. She June of.66.
fey exceptionally valorous
action's on March 29, In the ."
Republic of Viet Nam.
On this day a squad size

enemy force was lodged In a

squad trench leader and tunnel of the complex.third squad As DAILY 9 A.M. TO 8 P.M.

first platoon,he was sent to the
aid of the squad in contact.The OVERT

squad was receiving heavy MILLION MUNTI1
automatic weapons fire from SATISFIED OPEM SUNDAYS P 10 1
several :
enemy positions.Sgt. OWNERS! ,
Massey positioned him-
self at the head of the relief

column, so as to properly -mAArirEti.lv
fect a link up.Sgt.Massey con- :: ; presents

tinuously expressed to the Intense -
enemy fire, as he moved AMERICA'S GREATEST
among his men in order to

position them,direct their fire ----- 4. t VALUES IN
and finally coordinate their

withdrawl. Sgt. Masseys actions -
were in keeping with the 6\111 QUALITY TELEVISION .
highest traditions of the mili- -

tary service and reflect great

credit upon himself, his unit, .
and the United States Army. 1
After returning to the States
Sgt. Massey will be stationedat I -- -- "

Fort Campbell, Kentuckey, "h" \O 50 SjEQEO22N
where he will serve as an Instructor Q
at the Basic TrainingC fUS1iQ with p rch_
en te r. Sgt. Massey's wife,
Nellie, lives at 1851 N.W.9lstStreet '

here.Fourth L trrf /.

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I. Week Days CALL
Cal. Roy Asbury, son -8606 _\ 5 A.M. t r P.M.
i Reed Is homeon -PL --
o f Mrs.Gauther 923-2511
Open Sunday
leave from the Marine _
10 A.M. f, 5 P.Mk
Corps. He will have duties In ST,

South East Asia as a recon