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Publication Date: February 16, 1968
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Vol. 45, No. 25 MIAMI FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1968 __28 PAGES_ =-15_


Dade County will have to Said EOPI director,Richard

eliminate the Head Start pro- Weatherley, "If the cuts re-
gram because of lack of suf- main, there would result in a
ficient funds coming from the more than 50 per cent reduc-

Office of Economic Opportunity tion in the staff or approximately -
according to HowardD 460 persons (including
Me Million,assistant school Head: Start) who would have to
L NL:1r superintendent for special be laid off. In the Administration -

programs. More than 460em- and NelghborhoodCenters

+ ployees including Head Start components, the cuts are sufficiently
might be'laid off within the next severe so that programs
1 I j" two weeks. could no longer oper-

: The Head Start program has ate even at a reduced level. <
been hit with such a drastic Continued
: Mr. Weatherley,
cut that it might be impossiblefor I I
"For example, there wouldbe
the'program to be contin- sufficient funds to pay only 50

ued. This means that many persons in the Neighborhood
children become the vic-
may Centers
r component; as-
i 6 tims of the poverty over whicha
I suming continuation of the fix
_ _
n ;Lw war was being fought by ed costs, there is not suf-

:: EOPL ficient funds available to pay
Eliminating Head Start's any administrative staff
morning and afternoon snacks salary whatever., "
will be a saving of about$58-
Mr. McMillian, however,
000. Another $310,000 will be says that, he is still hopeful
saved(for needed) to continue "that we're going tobe able
7Nf JOBMOBILE..JOBS ON WHEELS FOR YOU'Jobmobile 242 "teachers' aides," who to resolve the present crisis."
are helping the 121 regular Board members of EOPI

is bus the Grand 67 and 68 Streets Lee's teachers have said that there is one
not Just a action is! Hop on the Job Ave.3100blockCo) near The School Board received
-- it has Jobs for you. Florida Bus and talk to the Job Man. conut Grove. Park. this report from Mr. Me Mil place that some money can be

State Employment Service, He's ready to help you find February 20, 7:30: a.m. to : February 22, 7:30 to 4:30: lian, as it is the School Board eral obtained and allotted that to is in a fed-
Dade County and Departmentof work. Here the the 4:30 3200 Douglas Road kitty states for,
are places p.m. NW 62ndSt.,and: 27th Ave, that supervises the program. ..
public education Title 1 of
Public Safety are waitingfor Jobmobile will be February near Recreation Center, Grandway Store Parking lot. When the separated funded the
you to apply for a Job. Last 19 through February 23; Coconut Grove. February 23, 7:30: to 4:30 Economic Opportunity Program Elementary Education Act.

week the Job bus served hun February 19, 730'A.m. to February 21,- 7:30 a.m. to p.m. NW 54th St., and 12thAve, Inc. received a budgetcut McMillian saidthatDadestill
dreds of people. Come where 4:30 p.m., Margaret Street and 4:30 p.m. SW 58 Place between Grandway Store parking lot. from Congress it was the has 121 certified teachers

beginning of serious troublesfor in the Head Start program ;
der a year's contract.:They
the HEAD Start

I; Unions Promise Apprentice; = .Training .here Last, March' Head Start sub-' have, ,to"We be simply paid. Said cannot' .McMillian shut- I(f f

down the
B \ mitted Uudget of$3,026,105 program. t

Answering the wa ves'of Said Wirtz, "Whenthese prentlceshlp programs. .more Negroes work side b y to the Office of Economic Opportunity Despite 'McMillan's op- :,
timtsm the drastic reductions
criticism that have been leveled proposals are carried out, This Executive Council, the side with whites as plumbers, That seriously ,
that have been made in various
against trade unions for they will represent a strong presidents of 18 construction metal workers, crane operators crippled EOPI. Head Start operated facets of the poverty
their slowness in accepting and forward step toward unions with 3.5-million members carpenters and a host of on about half that render its continuation program prob
Negroes as apprentices, answering complaints that promise to see that other trades. amount during the first six
lematical. For instance these
presidents of 18 unions meeting building trade unions may.not months of the fiscal year,with ,
the of the are the following cuts;
expectation getting
be exerting teir best effortsto
as an Executive Council eliminate discrimination other half for the last six Head Start, by 32 per cent
Bal Harbour this week adopteda o Judge Rules For TenantsIn months. child opportunity centers, 41
two-fold move to recruit the basis of race,color,creed per cent; administration, 80
or national origin." But the Office of Economic
qualified applicants from minority Opportunity has now.cut this pe r cent; neighborhood cen-

groups for pre-apprentice The heads of the unions have Rent StrikeCircuit back to Just under! $700,000, ters, 64 per cent. When all
training. been subjected j to frequent which is almost $750,000 less these programs are cut as
This move, which has been charges of Job discriminationby than what local officials had drastically as that, the life of
under discussion ever since government and civil rights Court Judge.Fritz A court injunction sought counted on. EOPI seems very short.
the AFL-CIO convention here leaders. ,They said that they Gordon ruled last Wednesdaythat Schwartz against the temnts
last November, was ''immediately will order their 8,500 union the $11,000rentpayments organization last Sept. 13,was
endorsed by Secre- locals not only to recruit Negroes withheld by tenants of a Lib- refused by Judge Gordon. <

tary of Labor Willard Wirtz, for apprenticeship programs erty City apartment complexbe ..School System Compiles
who called it an affirmative but also to provide: instruction spent for repairs and improvements
program to eliminate all dis- where necessary so to Biltmore Gardens -

crimination. that Negroes could get into ap- Negro History Exhibit

Edward Schwartz of Edor, a -
Inc., landlord of the Biltmore, A circulating display and sultant will be Erwin A. Salk,
Captain Samuel R. Stewart had disputed the contract. He source' collection featuring nationally known author of a

I signed it last June with the 200-year history of the book "A Layman's Guide to

Killed in Vietnam Fighting Biltmore Gardens Tenants American Negro is beingcom- Negro History," hailed as an
Delegation Inc., promising to piled by Dade County's Pub- outstanding research work.
make certain repairs and improvements lic School System.
Samuel R Salk, a leader in business,
U. S. Army Capt. .
to the 88 apart- The display.-containing civic and interracial affairs,
Stewart m, 27, of 1337 NW 96 i'
ments at Biltmore. BERNARD DYER photographs, film strips,records is president of one of the na
St., died Sunday from woundshe busts of fam- tion's leading mortgage bankIng -.
received during Viet Cong The Tenants Delegation advised Schwartz' attorney, Irving ,
Biltmore residents to Cypin, confended that his ous Negroes and other ma- institutions. Formerly a
offensive in Saigon. 4 make their rent payments to client was coerced into sign- terials highlighting outstand- staff member for economic affairs
Capt. Stewart,who was a native -, the delegation, after it decided ing the agreement ana that mostof ing contributions and events in postwar Japan and a
son and a former teacher that Schwartz was not carry the repairs agreed to had will be used initially in an in- section chief for UNESCO in

at Miami NorthwesternSeniorHigh ing out his part of the contract. been made. service training program for Paris, he is a member of the
School, was hit during a riirCAPT. The rent-strikers' attor- social studies teachers March Chicago Conference on Reli.

cross-fire on Jan. 31. Liberty City Community ney, Tobias Simon, said the 4-8. gion and Race,

He was a military adviserto rector Bernard Dyer, who agreement was voluntary. Following the Social Studies The in-service programwill
the South Vietnamese -.2 helped organize the strike, Judge Gordon said the workshop the display will be be held Monday, Wednes-
called the court order "thepeople's will be usedto and Friday from 4 p.m.
troops, and was serving his money withheld placed on exhibit in the Professional day
second tour of duty in Viet- vlctory.1fII repair Biltmore, with a representative Library at Lindsey until 7 7 p.m. at Highland Park
of the company Educational Center Elementary School, under the
the ones who car Hopkins ,
nam.He graduated from North- and a representative of the supervision of Joseph De-
lV' ried the strike on, he said. then made available to the system's -
western Senior High in the "We helped them, but their tenant delegation supervisingthe 213 individual schools. Church, supervisor of social
SAMUEL R.STEWART studies and Dr.Terence T.O'-
Class of 1957,and received hisbatchellr's work.
spirit made this thing move. It will contain a special biblio-
Connor director of In-service
degree from He Is survived by his par- It's an important victory to all o graphy of books geared to the ,
Howard University, Washington ents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel people who are faced with REGISTRATION BOOKS interests of teachers, child training. The circulating display
D. C. He was a memberof Stewart n; two children, similar problems." ren and young adults entitled is being compiled Mrs.
Madeline Paetro coordinatorof
Omega psi Phi Fraternity. Sheryll and Michael, both of "In the Mainstream" as well ,
for the
Miami a sister Miss Rose Dyer said he does not expect as a section on "Africa Today Library Services
He was a teacher of mathe- ; ARE YOU PROPERLY school system and Mrs. Mona
of Atlanta.Arrangements the Biltmore Gardens .
matics at Northwestern until Stewart
head librarian Professional
rent strike to be the last one 1 -
be received his commission.In are
REGIS TERED ????? Here as workshop con- Library.U111ver .
1964 he was sent to Korea. the Range Funeral Home. inLiberty City.

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Cost Housing ProgramA

plan proposed by Catholic Usina ,concluded -his letterto
Bishop Coleman F.Carroll for Fitzgerald with the assurance
the private financing of'low that;.. p'r
cost housing construction in "Our banks would be inter-
Miami for low Income families ested in participating in the
has drawn commercial bank- Bishop's program, and I havea
ing support here. feeling that the plan can be
Board Chairman Leonard handled successfully."

Usina offered participation by Elaborating on his views, 1,
the Peoples Group of National the Board Chairman of the
Banks Biship Carroll's Peoples Banks emphasized the
plan, which calls for the establishment role that private enterprise
of a citizen's would ultimately have to playin 4
foundation to get the program clearing blighted areas.
underway.The "We're not going to get any-
thing done unless private enterprise -
bishop offered to con-' provides the leadership -
tribute $50,000 behalf of the ,' he said. "And by pri-
diocese of Miami as "seed' vate enterprise, I mean the financial -
money needed by non-profit institutions the
-- com-
housing to take
corporations mercial banks and savings and
advantage of federally sub- "
sidized housing programs. local associations. ...r.',........;"" ._..... ---.. ..- -.. --- ...-- ,
Stressing the interest of the
- '" ,.' Peoples Bank in the matter, GREATER MIAMI URBAN LEAGUE GUILD INSTALLS OFFICERS Joan Flory, Flora Earls, James Whttehead;'who installed the
Usina said that he and his associates : Pictured here are the officers and other members of officers. Seated, left to right, Dollie Whitehead, Marion Mildred
felt I that urban renewal the Guild as they assembled after installation of officers. Mrs. parliamentarian; Rosa Lee Brady,vice president,
"ties in closely with Anne L 1 n d s 1 e y.Packard was re-elected president.Standing, Shirley Moore, recording secretary; Juanita Thompson,trea-
small business." He cited the left to right, T.W. Fair,executive director of the Greater MIami surer; Dorothy Backer, financial secretary; Leana Smith,Ann
fact that the North Dade bank Urban League; Odessa Mosley,Lona Buckholtz, Essie Ha- Dixton, Ruth Smith, Maude K. Reid, president of the Board,
x group had recently establisheda gan, Bessie Rogers, Sarah Pullom, Eugene Mitchell, Muriel Guild president, and Anna Mitchell. Johnson photo.
r Small Business Loan Department Vaughn, Carmen McClendon, Olivia Rogers, Margaret Davis,
as concrete evidenceof -
action in this field. HAVING
The longtime bank official $264 MillionCompromise W
was quick to add, ,however,that
he felt Greater Miami should TROUBLES
"take all it can get in Federal Education
funds" for urban renewal.But Come to the

he emphasized that private en- RELIGIOUSSPIRITUAL
terprise "must take the lead." Bill Sought
"Let the bankers and finan-
He expressed hope that ciers run the thing," he urg- -- MEETINGFor
other churches, charitable ed. "But let them get in there The Florida House-Senate mediocrity i henceforth and Information
foundations banks business Conference Committee's forever Slade said. :
and report ,
get it going before it's too
groups, and private indi- late." on a bill for a proposed Phone: 7590707San
viduals would contribute compromise of $264 million I
enough to bring the "seed" education money cleared the

money fund up to,$1,000,000. .Grant Reynolds conference on Monday. 4V Antonio' Airman
The measure allocates Grover L, Belmont Jr., son of
At the same time, Carroll $190.8 million, including $58 Mrs. Lucile Belmont of 6504 .
requested Attorney Joseph M. t million for teacher pay raises, SW 57 Ave., Miami, has completed
Fitzgerald to draw up the Governor for kindergartens through r basic training at Lack- Marine Sgt. Rodney A. Far-

necessary papaers for organi- grade 12, and allocates other land AFB, Tex. He is remain- rington son of Mrs. Jane
zation of the proposed citizens funds for exceptional children, ing at the Air Force Techni- Guice, 2245 NW 71st St., was
foundation. Fitzgerald said Rockefeller'sRight universities and capital out- A cal Training Center for spec- promoted to Sgt. December,
that a charter and bylawswere ialized 1967. Sgt. Farringtonisal963
lay projects.An .R schooling as a security
being drafted and wouldbe graduate of Miami Northwestern -
agreement to include a policeman. Airman Belmont
ready within a few days. Hand Man|I provision for a statutory limi- attended South West High Sch. High School.WOOLWORTH'S.
In a letter to Fitzgerald, tation of 10 mills that coun-
Usina termed Bishop Car ri Lr
ties could
levy for education a
roll's $50,000 "seed' money Coming HereIf costs, got the proposal out of
offer "most and
.. the conference committee that
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think Governor Rocke- afternoon. Second Lieutenant Horace j i '
(Bishop Caroll) Is of the feller of New York is not silently Under the statutory limita- L. White, son of Mr.and Mrs.I I F'
opinion that individual houses seeking the Republican tion measure, each county Horace White, 1429 NW 37th I
for these people would be far nomination when the GOP above 10 mills must roll back St., Miami, is in Korea serv-
better than multiple dwellings. meets here in August, why is to 10 mills and use the money ing as Platoon Leader with 2nd
I heartily agree with this it that the governor's right allocated to it for the rollback. Squadron, 10th Cavalry,of the
idea." hand man for the Negro vote, If a county must use up all its 7th Infantry Division.A .
Attorney Grant Reynolds com funds for the rollback it is assured member of the 1963 classat
The North Dade banker wenton ing to Miami next week? Rey- under the plan to receivenot Miami Northwestern Col-
to suggest the organizationof nolds is a $26,000ayearRockefeller less than $lOOOperin- lege Lt.White subsequently
the consortium of Greater special assistant. struction unit in new money. received a BA degree in Lib-
Miami banking agencies which>I Reynolds, a Miami native Dade County taxpayers pay eral Arts at Miami Dade Jr.
would "arrange fortwoto son, left his lucrative law 12.93 mills or $12.93 for each College Upon graduation in
three million dollars" to finance practice in White Plains,N.Y. $1,000 of assessed property April 1965, Lt.White attendedthe
the venture of private Sunday for Hawii,then to Cali- value. Officers Candidate School
enterprise into low-cost hous- fornia, to reach Miami next The House Finance and Tax- Fort Knox, Ky. He received a
ing. Wednesday. The first two ation Committee also approved commission as Second Lieu-
Such a sum would be"kicked friends he will see when he arrives Senate-passed tax bills that tenant of Armor in Feb. 1967.
in by the numerous financial will be Attorney Henry include a 4 per cent sales tax Lt. White is one of many I
institutions of Dade Arrington, and John A. Diaz, and raise taxes on beer, hard Second Lieutenants assignedto
County," and instead of tak- a former Pennsylvania Repub- liquor and cigarets .. which the 7th Division from Of-
ing a less perhaps a small pro- lican, who is thinking of re- would add an estimated $313 ficer Candidate Schools.In the
fit could be made." joing the Florida Democrats. million to the treasury.The 7th Division, 25% of the lieu-
conference committee .
tenants assigned are grad-
report and the 10-mill limi- uates of Officer Candidate r
tation were criticized by Re- Schools.
Eight schools in the
Miami Times publican Sen. Tom Slade of United States provide officers <; Columbian
Jacksonville. He said tax for the critical
6530 NW 15th Avenue shortage that
would impose a hardship on exists in the Army
Miami, Florida 33147 larger urban counties,such as Since joining the 7thDi-today. Keg. 1.19 to 1.79, 1st Quality. .

Pinellas. vision in March 1967
Dear Sir : "You have welded them into White has led his platoon, Lt.
through routine garrison-type
Enclosed please find the sum of $___--- training as well as a series of

to cover the cost of n____subscription to, INEST rigorous field training exer- White with blue trim in
cises. Stationed
with his
the Miami Times. PRINTING dron close to the Demilitarized Squa-- sizes. 3 pc. pan sets,
Zone that separates the Republic 3 and 6 qt. covered pans 9 glJmany

Moil Paper To. of South Korea from and pots, double boiler,

.\\JJrcs Communist North Korea, Lt. dishpan and others.
White's job inthe
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Miami Times is to help the South Koreans

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 16, 1968 3

Orangeburg Boycott Follows Guntoting Students fo Get Boot 'I

I Dade County school officials The notices will point out tions," Dr. Whigham stres-

has laid it on the line. They that possession of any deadly sed.Under
Killing of 3 Students will not tolerate guns-real ormakebelieveIn weapon will be grounds for ex- polices, principalshave
schools. pulsion from school . and the authority to suspenda
And that goes for any other that possession of even a play pupil from school for a

Incensed by the fatal shoot- attempt to head off trouble in weapons or instruments that gun will be regarded a seri- period of up to 10 days for any
ing of three Negro students in this well-known to be quiet might be harmful to another. ous matter and could begrounds' one suspension and the super-
a four-day riot last week;Ne- agricultural center of.14,000, Upon recommendation of for expulsion. intendent for a period up to 30
groes in Orangeburg, S. C., only 37 miles from Columbia.The .Superintendent E.L.Whig- '"The opportunity for a free, days.When
turned to a boycott of white Rev. Dr. W. McLeod ham, the board agreed unani- public school education is one a student is expelledor
of the most important heritages dismissed to>m school by
businesses and pressed for- Frampton, a white Presby- mously in conference session
civil rights gains. terian minister'who heads the Wednesday, any instances of of our nation. But that board action, he may not petition -
The Negroes also demandedthe ,. commission, declared in set- students carrying weapons or opportunity is a privilege . for reinstatement until
not that be abusedat after he has been out of schoolone
immediate any other serious misbehavior a right can
suspension of ting forth its aims:
the law enforcement officers "Unrest and violence, will result in expulsion from the expense of others. As full semester following the
responsible for "the police hatred, prejudice .and even school. with all our basic rights, it semester in which the expul-
brutality" in the racial violence revolution will engulf us unless Expulsion is a permanent carries with it the responsi- sion occurred. Whether he I
that resulted in the stu- JVvC R . A somehow we are willingto status requiring action of the bility of honest effort, good then is readmitted will bea
dents' deaths. establish effective and ef- board a s against suspension citizenship and observancesof matter of board consideration -
from school l which is tem- necessary school regula- and decision.
One of the students killed SAMUEL HAMMOND fectual lines of communication -
was freshman Samuel Ham- so that we may understand porary status in which a pupil
mond, 18, of Fort Lauderdale, against the All- Star Bowling:; the needs and problems may be placed for limited
who was a graduate of inte- Lanes, where Negroes are ex. of one another. period by the principal."A David Robinson Admitted
grated Stranahan High School. cluded. The students had beer:I i Continued the clergyman, I
trying for months to integratethe I i "We must bear in mind that very small number of To New York State Bar .
Student leaders from five
facility there no individual, no h o m e, no our 220,000 students are
predominantly Negro collegesin Mayor: E. O. Pendarvis ol f r I community will be safe until involved in serious misbehavior David Robinson, n recently '
South Carolina announced Orangeburg and the City Council ,-every home and every indi- ," Dr.Whigham declar- passed the New York State Bar t
support for the broad civil have set up a biracial Hu, vidual is safe and that no one ed. "Placed on a percentagebasis Examination. Mr. Robinson
rights drive in Orangeburg.The man Relations Commission tc)i is as strong as us all." the figure would be so also a member of the Bar of,
student group said that small as to seem insignificant
the State of Florida, is a cor-
Black Power elements played perhaps. However, even one
only a minor part in the vio- incident which costs a life,inflicts porate attorney at the Xerox
3 Children Die in Corporation in Rochester,
lence. an in jury or disrupts an- New York.
Leon Love, president of the other's education is significant -
college and youth chapter of and of great concern to the Attorney Robinson graduated -
Jacksonville Fire from Booker T.WashingtonHigh
the NAACP in the state, tolda school system." school in thclass of F.ry
news conference that a great The board already has the
majority of Negro students in Three little children,sleep window," she said, "but I right to expel, and can do so 1957. He was awarded the
South Carolina supports recent ing in a single crib, burned to couldn't get in." Immediately. But to make its Bachelor dArtsdegreeMag-( w
Firemen said the fire ap- na Cum Laude) from Howard
demands growing out of death Monday when fire swept provisions spelling out regu-
last week's violence. through their bedroom in paently was started by an lations University in 1961,where he
weapons was elected to Phi Beta Kap-
electric heater which had been
Love said that he did not Jacksonville.
expect will be written into its official
placed too close to another bed pa. He was among the first of
Orangeburg will remain They were Larry Johnson 5; polices.
4 and in the room.Peace. his race to attend Duke Uni-
quiet unless these demandsare Tracy Johnson, ; Reggie Meanwhile, copies of the
met. Wilson, 15 months. versity in Durham, North R. Mays of 1512 NW 58th Ter.
policies spelling out details
The Rev. Omega F. Newman Firemen said the mother, will be sent to all principals Carolina, where he receivedhis and the late Mr. David Robin-
law in 1964. After
state NAACP advisor to Jessie Mage Hughes, had goneto Corps . and notices parents will graduationfrom degree Duke Mr. son. Mrs. Robinson,also a native -
college youth chapters said work shortly before the fire be Miamian, is the daughterof
sent home by each child. Robinson member of the
that attempts will be made to broke out and a neighbor was a Mrs. Mary Doster of 1945
negotiate with city authorities checked on them about 8 a.m. Test SaturdayThe legal staff of the Fedreal Re- NW 55th Terrace.
First Ave. Board in
serve Washington,
about Negro objectives that include "I opened the door to the local Peace of-
Corps The p lac e met test, the D. C. for three years. He is a member of Omega ;
bedroom said
more jobs and equal employment Mercedes fice said Miami residents
area Peace Corps off fee said,takes Mr. and Mrs. Robinson (the Psi Phi Fraternity. Many of
Richardson "and smoke and
policies on the local interested in taking the Peace about one hour and a half, and former Macelle Wake) are the his friends encouraging
level. flames came out the door. Corps placement test will be will determine how an applicant parents of two children,David his return to Miami, where he -I,,
The riot was triggered by a "I ran around to the side *
able to do Saturday Feb. 17
can best be utilized over- m and Traci. Attorney Robin- will be a profound asset to his
demonstration of the house and broke out
rock-throwing a
1:30 ; at room 804 51 BW '
: p.m native community.
seas. son is the son of Mrs. Janie :

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free," fumhhed and air conditioned for your comfort and enjoyment.
Miss Olive Alexander, recently retired executive director of James E. Scott Community -
Association, a United Fund Agency, is presented an award by the United A public relations department to assist you with your problems

Fund's Chairman of the Board, Captain John H. Halliburton, in recognition of her 35 Tenants concern will stop vandalism and reduce the cost of housing.
years of community service. The award to Miss Alexander was presented at the
Fund's Eleventh AnnualMeeting on January 26 at the Hotel Everglades.

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often like checkerboards -- whites and Negroes working side "To build not just housing units, but neighborhoods .

ONE 'YEAR 55.00 SUBSCRIPTION- SIX MONTHS -RATES$3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 by side: But as you travel to the upper floors, where the men not just to construct schools, but/
who make the decisions have their offices,they get whiter and to educate children, not just to raise income, but
Entered 01 Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post whiter. to create beauty and end the poisoning of our
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 environment./ "

I "CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The And if you reach the top floor where the executive officesare President Lyndon B. Johnson

NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead you won't see a Negro face until after hours, when the
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accords cleaning crew comes on. Industry Is rapidly opening Its doorsto
to every man regardless of his creed or color his human
and legal rights. Hating no racet no man .the Negro employment for Negro workers,but the executive suites remain Hence, the birth of the Model Cities Program designed to
Press strives to help every man in the firm belief that all men firmly locked.In develop a "total attack" on the social and physical problemsin
are hurt as long as anyone is held back.
slum and blighted neighborhoods. This means a comprehensive
most companies, that is. For a few are beginning to see coordinated and concentrated effort to mobilize all

NO GUNS IN SCHOOLSome that they can't continue to do business In cities with growing available resources to rebuild and revitalize the physical

non-white populations while their top offices remain lily- vironment of blighted neighborhoods and improve significantlythe

220,00 students were warned by Dado School! Board white. Once such company, recently set a shining example for lives of the people living in them.

last Thursday; that they will bo expulsedpermanently caught industry, by naming a Negro to Its board of directors.The Dade County was designated on November 16, 1967,as one

carrying a fun or other deadly .w.h ipons t,,) sch- ol. of 63 communities to participate in the Model Cities Program,
Dade's 213 principals received notices of the crackdown police Midwest Federal Savings & Loan Association, a Min- with the area bounded on the east by the North-South Express-

They were told to see that each child took one home. neapolis-centered bank with assets of over $469 million, ap- way, on the west by N.W. 37th Avenue, on the South by N, W,
Superintendent Dr. E. L. Whigham said the rules apply even pointed Cecil E, Newman, editor and publisher of the Minne- 38th Street and by N. W. 79th Street on the North, being the
to toy guns. apolis Spokesman and the St. Paul Recorder, to its board of target.As .

"A very small number of our students are involved in seri- directors. What makes this so extraordinary is the fact that stated in last week's Times editorial: "Dade County's

ous misbehavior, he said. "However, even one incident which America has 40,200 banks and savings and loan associations, infant Model City Program is now being put together and it is

cost a life, inflicts an injury or disrupts another's educationis and outside of the 60 which are predominately Negro institutions to the best interest of all 80,000 residents of the Model City
significant_ and of great concern to the school system." not one of them had a Negro on its governing board.
area that the program Is launched In the right way. If we get
The fatal shooting of a 16-year-old girl prompted the board's
off on the wrong foot here, millions of dollars will be wasted
action. She was killed by another 16-year-old girl who Is In
Juvenile Court Harold W. Greenwood, Jr., president of Midwest Federal, and instead of having improved neighborhoods, we might just
said that Mr. Newman's appointment "shows In deeds as well end up with another great big slum."
Only the School Board can expel a pupil permanently.
as words, a recognition that the Negro-American communityis As further stated in the editorial: "The ModelCity programis
a part of the whole community." possibly the best thing that ever happened to the lucky resi- !

dents of the area, which Is almost 80 per cent Negro."
DANTE FASCELL SEEKS EIGHTH TERMA Mr. Greenwood couldn't have picked a better man. Mr. Newman -
and about Dade County's Model
is not only a successful publisher and editor; he Is a com Talk, speculation
press conference was held Wednesday by CongressmanDante City Program are increasing aseachdaypasses.A number of
munity leader and an outspoken advocate of equal opportunity.He .
Fascell to announce he will seek the Democratic nomi- people are jumping to conclusions without having the facts, In
Is part of a predominately Negro group which is seeking to
nation for an eighth term. an effort to obtain the facts,this writer discussed this programat
develop a slum area with decent low-cost housing and he Is active -
Republican Mike Thompson, who is in Washington, was ex- In job training programs and community groups. length with Haley Sofge, director of the County Departmentof
pected to declare his intention of seeking Republican nomina- Housing and Urban Development (Little HUD), who is responsible -

tion for the 12th Congressional District seat held by Fascell for the administration of this gigantic undertaking.
14 years. When Midwest Federal decided to appoint a Negro to its

Thompson was defeated by Fascell two years ago. He Is a board, it didn't: go for a token Negro who would be a silent fig- According to Mr. Sofge, this Is where the program standsat
urehead. It chose one of the most capable men in the commun- the present time
former Miami newsman, but has been director of the State of :
Florida liason office in Washington.He has reportedly resigned ity -- white or Negro. The Dade County government has been allocated$268,000 in

to seek the nomination. federal funds to begin planning for the physical, social and
There are two important lessons in Mr.Newman's appoont-
State Sen. Edmond Gong said In Tallahassee that the chancesare economic improvement of the Model City area. The County Department
ment lessons for all business leaders throughout the nation.
"50-50" that he will oppose Fascell for the Democratic ; of Housing and Urban Development has submittedtothe
first is that of Important positionsin
nomination. The Negroes capable holding federal government a work program and detailed budget
industry are available. Businessmen complain to me: "Fd for the use of these funds. It Is hoped that the money will be
like to hire N e g r o e s for top- level jobs, but I just can't find made available In the very near future.
any. In the meantime, a Model City Director has been recruitedand

as this already tumultuous decade was getting under Well that is nonesense. They can't find them because they his appointment is expected within a few days.
Mr. lot of the fact that no planning
say, a friendly white was talking to a Negro. "The Irish have won't look for them. In every community in the country there Sofge placed a emphasis on
made it in American society," he said. "The Italians have are successful Negro citizens who have proved their abilities will be done and no decisions will be made without full

made It. The Poles have made It. The Jews have made it. Even many times over. Harold Greenwood showed he could do it. information being made available to residents of the Model

the Chinese have made it. The Negroes have been here longer Anyone who says he can't find capable Negroes for lower City area.
than the Chinese. What do the Chinese have that Negroes job classifications while they remain lily-white at the top. As soon as the budget is approved and the director Is hired,

haven't that has enabled them to make It here ahead of you?" Again, businessmen have said to me: "Negroes just don't wantto a citizen organization, which will be representative of all the
The black man's answer was terse: "Dragons! work. We'll hire a fellow and he'll stick around until his residents of the area will be developed This will be done with
the guidance and assistance now active -
of fine civic
first paycheck and then we won't see him again.
It was a response even more perceptive than it was hum- in various parts of the Model City area. The Model City

orous. Every ethnic group that has "made It" In American That's another excuse. Negroes, like everyone else In Program guidelines require that area residents participatefully
been to make it to with in the planning and out of all for im
society has helped by having, begin on America, have ambitions. They don't wanta jobthat's a dead- carrying programs
American shores a family unit, asocialcoh sionand a deeply end provement. To insure maximum participation by area resi
especially a low-paying one. They too, want to know that
rooted cultural background and history. None of them ever hard work will be paid off with promotions. When a Negro dents, an office will be opened at an easily assessable loca-
started In the New World stripped of Identity and of awarenessof tion within the Model City area.
worker arrives
on a new job sees that all the other Ne-
their roots. Such, however, was the lot of the black American. groes are co-workers on the line, while all the supervisorsare The first job in this first year of Model City planning and

Not only was he forcibly stripped of his identity, but he white, he gets the message pretty quickly. programming is to find out exactly what the problems area,
was forcibly reduced to chattel status. (physical, social and economic), what improvements can be

Slavery was abolished more than a century ago.Yet the up- How come Negroes In baseball for example, get to work on realistically made, and how the improvements can be will achieved be out.
After this is of improvement
time never miss a plane and do well the a five year plan
on field? Because
heavals of today within the American society are the conse- will be proposed.How .
know that lined and the first year's action program
they a Mays can make more than
quences of the still nee de d catharsis on both sides before $100,000. this question
will this all be done?No one can fully answer
They know that the top isn't reserved for whites.
the residue of self-justi-
thinking be completely purged
can at this time. If the ModelCity Program is to be successfulIn
fication shame and humiliation left by two centuries work
prejudice, Dade County, many groups and Individuals will have to
of Institutionalized bondage. The Negro worker may realize that he won't rise to the closely together It will require the cooperation of many
board of directors, but when he sees a Negro on the board he pIe in the
e o
groups: existing i neighborhood organizations;p
Against this background must be seen such moves as the de-
knows he is working for a decent outfit and that his kids
cision of the school authorities in the New Jersey city of New- may Model City area who aren't yet Involved In the community; government -
make It even If he doesn't. Incentive Is the word for this.
ark to declare March 5 Crispus Attucks Day, and the begin- And officials at the local, state and federal levels; private
If companies are really serious about
Negro workersthey'll
ning this month of Swahili courses in one of New York City's have to provide some incentives. business and Industry throughout Dade County; and many:
largely black secondary schools. For the uninitiated, it may public and private organizations Interested In the improve-

be necessary to recall that Crispus Attucks was a Negro whom ment not only of the Model City area but of our entire county.

British soldiers gunned down during the Boston Massacre of Since the success of this program will, to a major degree,

March 5, 1770- Six years, be It noted, before the Declaration Merchants who advertisein depend upon the Intelligent: participation of residents of the
of Independence; and that Swahili Is the African languag Model City area and interested citizens from all over Dade

spoken over the widest geographical area of Africa- althougl County, It Is essential that ,new ways will have to be found to

not by the most people In Africa The Miami Times are plan WITH people, not FOR them. New ways must be devisedto

get groups working together. New kinds of communication
Some sticklers may want to start an argument over whether between people and governmental agencies must be created.The .
Attucks was whole or only part Negro; over whether the telling you they appreciated essence of the ModelCity Program is to try out many new

sacre was really a precursor of the revolutionary struggle; or things and to find out which ones work.

over whether Swahili, per se, is worth more as a languagethan oino business with From where I sit this program offers a wonderful opportunity -

say, Greek of Latin. Of course, they would be missingthe for us to seek out and utilize the many talents of the

point. And in the eyes of many blacks, they would be seeking young men and women in this area who are potential leaders,

less to establish historical accuracy or an objective evalu- you. They are courteous but have never been afforded the opportunity to s h o w their
ation of tongues than striving still to deny the black man his wares

identity. It Is my firm belief that the oft forgotten man on the streetis
dependable. Shop where more than weary of the same Negro leaders being put out

Crispus Attucks Day in Newark and Swahili in New York front every time there is something to be said or done in the

City are in fact an understandable step forward toward acqui- Negro comm unity Hence, this writer strongly recommendS
sition by blacks of the dragons so long denied them. you are appreciated! that we use, to the fullest extent, the heretofore overlooked

-Christian Science Monitor. vigorous young new blood In the implementation of this badly
needed program.


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 16, 1968 5


News ,ti ''" rw :.i) ,,-- ,'Jt.11-..: '
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Commentary '
John A. Diaz
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Writers 'don' always; a'grfee'on everything. One of the'editors O OWNH1WP), AN1XLOVEST'S

of Ebony magazine says in the current issue of that maga- oWNMEM Ifr 1

zine that Abraham Lincoln is a false Great Emancipator; that ORieS.tT CANNES ,
he was really a figure of myth who was against Negro equality; < JOHH&RUSSM& FartNDOtr6tIvzCrlJrNe6Rot
and that he was only another white suprematist.This FULFILL II&CLJ"NEGRO le/r l6RSIVG/rWSLAVf
writer disagrees with Lerone Bennett, Jr., the Ebony COMPLETELY s+4DNrta+Ttu.Lrwt eOLI1 NItr AMrR oAAraa cAU n >Y wy c'ft
writer who wrote that story about the revered 16th Presidentof ,owN w. VANDRCQGf Or ra/vDER TNCFIRSTNCGRONg AND ONIWNtR
the United States.
I .
We are answering Mr. Bennet here because we hope that -
young Negroes will not believe that the president who abolished
human slavery was really a racist.
There are historical facts about Abe Lincoln that do not sup-
port Mr. Bennet's accusations, and this writer prefers to be-
lieve in what he has read in history about the man who was assassinated -
because of his stand against slavery.In .
a letter to Albert Hodges, editor of the Frankfort Com

monwealth, in Kentucky, Lincoln revealed his feelings against DOOKEJPT.WASNINGrON "' i iAtIORMER
slavery. While he was still president, this is what he wrote;
"I am naturally antislavery. slavery is net wrong, nothing is orursrATts NLfMINIfARJ4Nav AN ,I
wrong. I cannot remember when I did not so think and feel."
In that same letter, and that was about a year before he was 1 r M H'
. murdered, he explained the philosophy behind his hesitance before -
putting his signature on the antislavery measures -- the
lese a+utasovlla1 -
balance of personal feelings and Presential responsibility He ' tOGCATOR-PI41LLfNlf
wrote in that letter, "And yet have never understood that the h .. I, wn at oRSUVlrut

Presidency conferred upon me an unrestricted right to act officially -

upon this Judgment and feeling.He CARTER Q.WOQDSOH
continued, "Now at the end of three years' struggle the I67S-HSO-HISTOKIAN-MTHOft-SCHOiAH -'
nation's condition is not what either party, or any man devised, WEEK OAN1W '
or expected, God alone can claim it. ** U God now wills the Pia4t
removal of a great wrong(slavery), and wills also that we of J
the North, as well as you of the South, shall play fairly for our
complicity in that wrong, impartial history will find thereinnew Phil Ossofer I
cause to attest and revere the Justice and goodness of
Before Negro History will put Phocion for the Greek;
tells that it president Lincoln who
us approvedthe
History was
Week slips by, Pd like to call Brutus for the Romans,Hamp-
amendment to the Constitution that achieved the great ..
'" .jJ attention to a man Color who, den for theEnglish, La Fay-
moral end of the the abolition of
war slavery.
in Just a few short years, was ette for France;choose Wash-
By Booker T. Hayes \ transformed from enslaved ington as the bright consum-
THE DEATH OF AN 18-YEAR-OLD FORT LAUDERDALE carriage driver, becoming the mate flower of our earliest

FRESHMANA TAXATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION?? savior of his fellow slaves anda civilization; and then, dippingher
military genius who was pen in the sunlight, will
young man who had Just begun to live, a freshman in col- to Hercu- write in clear blue above
Some investments require years before rendering profit compared Napoleon, the ,
lege, who had so much to live for,had his life ended last weekin able return for the investor, while others begin to pay divi- les and Alexander the Great. them all, the name of the sol-
Orangeburg, S. C. He was apparently one of !the demonstrators dends Immediately. Some investors are speculators dealingin His name was Francois Dom- dier, the statesman, the
or protestors, against racial segregation"and exclusion.It's speculative stock, meaning there is an element of risk in- inique Toussant L'Ouvertureof martyr, Toussaint L'Ouver
a reflection on the owners of that bowling alley that three volved. There are investors however who refuse to speculateand Haiti.If ture."

,Negro students were killed. ;will deal only in blue chip stocks, whre the element of you have not read about What has all this to do with '
I Diehard segregationists should visit Miami and see h6w integration risk is almost non-existant. Those voters having cost their him, go'to your library and find ,America? Read on . when
in places of public accommodation Is happening with- ballots in favor of Mrs. Athalie Range must surely feel they the story and read it.His story' Toussaint's army defeated
out battles with police. If that bowling alley had been opened to have invested in the most substantial of the blue chip stocks. reveals how genius, even French in 1803Napoleon
Negroes very few of them would have probably used it. But Their enslaved become soured on the Western Hemisphere -
investment has already begun to pay dividends, and all though can
these "kids" who very shortly have to go to Vietnam and get Indications lead me to believe the returns sill be long and manifest in the world. It is a and sold the Louisiana
killed while defending the rights of their country,wanted to be profitable.For story that will bring pride, Territory to the U. S. for four

able to patronize a public place.A years we have heard the expression taxation without dignity and courage to all men cents an acre . the biggest
public place is not a private dining room, a private club, representation. Many of us knew the real meaning behind the of Color. real estate bargain history!
or a private living room.A bowling alley is not a private place, phrase, and naturally we were desturbed. Others, not realiz- Ordinarily I give little Historian DeWitt Talmadgesaid
because the owners must pay the city, or county, or state, license ing the true effect of such a situation accepted the statementon thought to the lives of military "Thus all of Indian Ter- i
to operate it. For how long will this nonsense last -- excluding the basis of its use and required no explanation. For these men,but here I must makea ritory, all of Kansas and Ne-
Negroes from public places in some parts of the nation people, the recent furor concerning the use of shotguns and distinction, for L'Ouverture braska Iowa and Wyoming,
? Do the owners know that there is a law, the Civil Rights K-9 dogs by policemen in Negro areas should serve as a prime fought to break the chains of Montana and the Dakotas, and
Act of 1964, against what they are doing? example of what we have been without. Far the first time we slavery. He used force to win most of Colorado and Minne-

were actually represented on the policy making board by some- freedom against those who us- sota, and Washington
A MOST NOTEWORTHY RACE RELATIONS ENDEAVORWe one really able to express the concern of the Negroes involved. e d force t o enslave human Oregon states, came to us as
Someone not imagining, but knowing the true fears that beings. Thus, I am "forced to the Indirect work of a despised -
agree with those who believe that more than talk shouldbe prompted spontaneious reaction from the residents of this toast this great hero. Negro. Praise, if you will,
devoted to the ideals of good race relations. The actions being Wendell Phillips, famed the work of a Robert Living-

displayed by the white people who are helping Florida community.These fears, which were evident by the number of people abolitionist, paid this tributeto stone or a Jefferson,but todaylet
Memorial College move from St.Augustine to Miami are most having voiced their opinion are the result of past relations him: "You may think me a us not forget our debt to

laudable. with some of our police officers and their abuse of authority.The fanatic, for you read historynot Toussaint L'Ouverture, who
The Rev. Edward T. Graham deserves a great deal of credit concern was directed at indescriminate use of these de- with your eyes, but with was indirectly the means of
for bringing about the building of an institution that will take terents against citizens not involved in the crime for pay ele- your prejudices j But fifty America's expansion by the
over $10,000,000 to finish in September for Negros as well as ment of our society. Individuals, who would say these fears years hence, when Truth getsa Louisiana Purchase of 1803."
white students, and in which all denominations will be participating are unfounded are definitely not Negroes.They have never been hearing, the Muse of history What a man!

exuased to. or faced with the choice being humble or getting
Talk is cheap in race relations. We are sick and tired of .
have been forced to falsely admit an act for ., ",,
never .
killed. ,
and They :'"""," ......
relations "
hearing some white folk talk good race ""
the want of sleep. They have never been subjected to the ? ,/
when answer you is ask negative them to sometimes.put their money where their mouth is, the abusive mere language employed by some officers when addressing .,',' ran "".' opi s

Negroes.They know nothing of the number Negroes stoppedand
harrassed just to create a diversion for and otherwise
ORCHIDS AND BOUTONNAIRES boring tour of duty.The only people able to offer proof of these
unprovoked abuses are Negroes and criminals.Could this possibly -
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mean we are all regarded as criminals until proven innocent -

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.. ., -- Dear Mr Reeves: n I )
I have Just read your column"Anything Goes" of Friday, Feb-
MR. BURROUGHS MRS. SMITH MR. EDWARDS ruary 2. Thanks! It helps our community when others point to

the CRB as being an instrument of value.After several monthsin
Mr. Donald Burroughs, the white school principal of inte- the Chair, I am Just beginning to appreciate what the CRB
grated Miami Jackson High School, for the courageous standin can contribute and accomplish if it grows to be well regardedby
behalf of his beloved students when tragedy interrupted the most of our citizens.
harmony that is prevalent there among the boys and girls under \
his tulegage. I hope that you will watch our work closely. Any comment or
Mrs. LeRoy Smith, school teacher and baslleus of the local criticism from you will be studied and made always welcome.In .

chapter of the Zetas, for the magnificent Job she is doing with further appreciation for your interest, I am !1/
her sorors in their celebration of "Finer Womanhood Week." SURE SHE LOOKS LIKE A DOLL -
Clarence Edwards, the businessman and Esquire-type, Cordially,
astute and personable politician, for his contribution to the Harry P. Cain HER HAIR IS PASTED ON ,/

political climate among Negroes.



_- 6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 16,_1968 1 JJf> .1 I

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Motoring down from Arcadia for a visit with his mother, "

Mrs. Mary Cox, were Norman Wellington Cox and his lovely .'4> l BY PRISCILLA. ; REDDING, I P (
wife, Estella..
) !
Mrs. Daniel Johnson is entertaining friends on Sunday so Frank C. Martin Elementary School PTA terminated its first 7

that they may meet her son's (Dr. James A. Johnson) wife, popularity-contest Monday night, Feb.. 5, at 8 p.m.
Audrey. Jimmie is home to do research in Dermatology at the .
University of Miami's School of Medicine. Contestants were homo room mothers representing thirty- i: ,,
two classes at F. C. Martin: Elem. School. Winning contestantsof 7
Frances Bullard of New York City is visiting relatives and 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place titles were presented certificatesand .:
friends as well as enjoying our weather. medallions by Mr. Walter. White,the principal for their k

Wedding Bells will ring for Tomasita Elizabeth Thurstonand achievements.First .
Mr. Harold Ferguson on Sunday, Feb. 25, at the Church IL -
of God in Hallandale. Tonusita is the daughter of Mrs. Virgins place winner, Mrs. Lola Smith was crowned Mrs. .
Thurston and the late Mr. T. R. Thurston.. Frank C. Martin by the PTA'spresident, Mr. Livingston Rolle. A
Mrs. Smith contributed 21780. Second place winner, Mrs. ., s .

Missed from Richmond Heights was Madeline Williams.She Olivia Sanders made a contribution of $164.30 and third place ft

was relaxing: in the Bahamas. winner, Mrs. Gertis Simmons contributed $65.06. .. Ii

On Monday, February 12, Cosmetologists Unit No.7 entertained N
friends at the Biscayne Terrace with a Fabulous Fore- Mrs. Rosemary Stringer, as chairman of the project, wishesto
cast of Coiffures and Fashions. Fashions were by Patricia's thank each contestant, members and friends of the Frank C.

Inc. and Lory's.. Martin PTA for making their campaign successful with a total . .... ,
.or. t ? .J! -"J.w.. .W\"
of $1,044.88. ::1 2 -

The "Stylish Stouts" were on parade, Sunday, Feb. 11, at : I
4150 NW 7th Ave., when the House of Balfour, sponsored by The men of Second Baptist Church of Richmond Heights are ENGAGEMENT

Kelly's Chapel staged its Tea and Fashion Show. preparing for their Men's Diy Program slated for Sunday, Feb.
American soprano Veronica Tyler will sing the second 25. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dade County Public Safety Department .
concert this season on Community Concert Association's Burney of 1445 NW 51st St., Detective Bureau as
series. Her recital is scheduled for 830 p.m. Monday in Miami Speaker for the 11 a.m.program will be Rev. S. T. Jackson, announce the engagement of a secretary.Mr. .
Beach auditorium. Diane Richardson will be at the piano. Miss pastorof St. James Baptist Church Miami The 4 p.m. speaker their daughter Edna to Mr. Austin is also a graduate

Tyler, 1966 winner of the first Tchaikovsky Vocal International will be Rev. A.C.Janney,pastor of New Testament Baptist Samuel Austin HI, of 7745 NW of Miami Northwestern
Competition in Moscow, will sing a program of operatic arias, Church Miami. An added feature at the 4 p.m. program will be 10th Ave., son of Mrs. Evelyn Senior High School. He served
lieder, art songs and spirituals. Miss Tyler was a scholarship the Mays High School Chorus. Please come out and worship Coffee. 13 months in Viet Nam. He is

student at Peabody Conservatory in her native Baltimore, with us Sunday, Feb. 25. Miss Edna Burney is a grad- now employed with Dade
and did graduate study at Julliard School of Music on several uate of Miami NorthwesternSenior County Planning Departmentas

scholarships. Come one, come all, to Second Baptist Church,Sunday, Feb. High and CharronWilliams a draftsman.No .
18, at 3:00 p.m. to hear the Spiritual Harmonizers. Don't miss Commercial Col- wedding date has been
Sunday, Feb. 11, Louise Johnson was 62.Because it was her
this musical event sponsored by Mr. E. Johnson. lege. She is now employed with set.
birthday, Sybil Barr and I joined her daughter and her husband

(Thelma and Asquith McDonald) on their Sunday trip to South The directors, members of Second Baptist BTU wishes to
Florida Mental Hospital.We had a party with all the trimmingsand 1 thank Sgt. Moody who has just returned from Viet Nam for a .

it was wonderful.Dr. fine discussion which he brought to the youth of this organization. Readers Interest High
and Mrs. Melton H. (Berthenia) White entertained in 1 .
honor of Dr. James Johnson and his wife, Audrey at their 57th
Street home. The Junior Class of Miami Killian Senior High School wish :
to thank each and everyone who made their Magazine Drive a J In Woman Of Year Vote
Joe Louis, the former heavyweight champ is vacationing in success. ,

_ Miami.Everyone is talking about the MRS annual pre-Valentine Ball Who will be Woman of the to be the winner and her Court

at Bay Front auditorium last Friday, Feb. 9. On Saturday, Feb. Year ? The answer to that of Honor will be from the Mi

10, new members were honored at aluncheonat Bud Dickey's Grand Jury Ass'n question will definitely not be ami area and will have made
Club House. New members are Mrs. Alonzo Jackson, Mrs. Sponsors known until after the voting substantial contributions to l
Earl Wells and Mrs. A. V. Moore. deadline. the community. -

Essay Contest The Woman of the Year con- Joe Black, Greyhound Vice
It's Mardi-Gras
Time! The Fifth Annual Pre-MardiGras -
test is Miami President markets1.: . f.
sponsored by special
Dance sponsoredby the Church of the Incarnation Friday Feb.
23 "' The Grand Jury Associa- courage high school studentsto Times and Greyhound Lines, and president of the National '
until Auditorium Bonded Rental :
p.m. ? Agency
tion of Dade County, Florida, learn more about the Grand Inc. Association of Market Developers
Get well wishes
to Inez Williams
Fowler at the Heart Institute -
at Inc., is sponsoring a high Jury as the citizens' own legally For three weeks Miami will be toastmaster,
Lucy L. Greene Christian.
school essay contest on the constituted arm of the Times
readers have submitting
been at the luncheon honoring the
Here to be at the bedside of their mother and grandmother,
subject: "The Grand Jury in Court for Investigating crime their nominations to a Woman of the Year.
Mrs. Lucy L. Greene (Opal: Mae, and Mattie's mom) who is Florida the
-- Citizens' Pro- and
the direct citizens'
only distinguished panel of five wo- Black will present a silver
a patient at Christian, are Mildred Hutchinson, St. Louis; her tective Shield.According
son, Billie, Detroit; and Faye Williams, Chicago. bulwark against wrongdoing or men prominent in community bowl to the winner and simi-
to aletterre- inept public servants, and the affairs. lar awards to the two run-
Herbert and Mildred Rolle and daughter Shirley jetted to ,ceived by Principal S. Cohenof place of the Grand Jury in our The judges announced today ners-up.
Nassau to attend the funeral of his brother, C. Donald of South Miami Northwestern Sen- system of Justice and due pro- that the nomination compe- The judges said each ballot

Beach. ior High School, the contest cess of law." tition to decide a winner and must contain the name and
International Folk Festival. It's a date, Feb. 24, Girl Scout has been approved by the of- two runners-up has been so home or business address of
Thinking Day, to Ixora I and Ixora n, from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. fices of Ed Parnell, Directorof Social studies students are close that a "photo finish" is the nominee and a statement

Please call in your countries today. (Troop No. Country). Activities,and John M. Ran- especially requested to par- in prospect. explaining why she is being
ticipate in the
Among those who are in the city to attend the funeral of Rev. ieri Director of Social Studies, contest. Votes have been pouring into nominated for the award. All

Albert Smith are James Smith, Mrs. Alice Pickettand Walter and was announced by memoto FAMU the Miami offices for nomi- ballots become the propertyof
Evans, Cleveland; John Smith, Buffalo; Anne Pattern, Niagra high school principals from TO MEEET nees from all sectors of the the Miami Times and Grey-
Falls; Hodges Mason and Hester Turner, Detroit; Areatha Mr. Parnell on Jan. 8. Members of the Miami community such as family life, hound. The decision of the jud-
Colel, Los Angeles; Liz Smith, Pensacola,James T.Smith Ft. Chapter of the Florida A&M social work, community rela- ges is final.
The letter said that
Belvoir; Patricia Smith, Tuskegee; Alpha Smith, Nashville; University Alumni Associa- tions, politicians and the professions -
of the contest is to tion
purpose en- are to
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Singleton and Mr.and Mrs. John Singleton urged attend the All categories so far
Macon; Mr and Mrs. Jerry Harper. February 17th meeting at the have been strongly represented
Roosevelt Branch of the First
Johnson Inviting guests to meet Mrs. JamesA. Savings and Loan Association Since the voting has been so BIRTHDAY Tea on Sunday, Feb. 18 6015 NW 7th Ave.
President Robert the judges reemphasized Postmaster E. M. Dunlap
Members of the 200-youth cast of "Up with People!," the says that the meeting will Strapp begin today that all ballots to announced that inobservanceof
famous sing-out musical, will present a program Tuesday, DOUBLE ACTION promptly at 7:30 be considered must be post- Washington's Birthday,
Feb. 20, at Miami Jackson High School ( LORSGRAYKJURUACX( the Conference room: p.m.of the in marked no later than midnight, Thursday, Feb. 22, most of the
2DRESESHAJIINMAC( Feb. 24. For those readers postal employees will be given
building. All
Mae Q. Holmes 19 of 10325SW 178thSt., Richmond Heightsis loyal Rattlers are
J I expected to be in haven't voted, ballots ap- the day off. There will be no
receiving on-the-job training at Tektronix, Inc., Portland, attendance. pear in this edition of The Mi- regular mail deliveries. Post
Oregon, after completing a course in electronics assemblyat ami Times. Additional entries Offices will not be open for

Tongue Point Job Corps center. may be made on forms simi- business. Mail will be distrib-

Get well wishes to Rev. Charles F. Cooper who's recuper- Fill Us In About Your ClubWho's lar to the printed ballots. uted to post office boxes, and

ating at home after surgery at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. of club The judges explained that collections will be made from
president your or organization?What are
Mr. T. Thompson, who has been living in New York City projects? What's your phone number? your from entries received thus all street collection boxes on

the past twelve years, is visiting relatives and friends here. The Miami Times wants to know. far, the only certainty seems a holiday schedule.

He is the brother of the Rev.L.A. Thompson and Miss Marian Won't you help us bring our records up to date by filling in

Thompson. the questionaire below, pasting it on a postcard and sending ---------------------------

it to our office? 6530 NW 15th Ave., Miami, 33147. I
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human hearts in the world,and then multiply it by infinity, and
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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, February 16, 1968 7

Harold Francis 1I

Feud Not


r Guilty OfTax

Evasion .. ...
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THE LITTLE RED BOOK: National Urban League's execu- .
Harold L. Francis, 59, of
live director and Miami Times columnist
1437 NW 56th Street owner of
Francis Funeral Home,was Whitney Young Jr, placed on 1967 Lane Bry-
ant Annual Awards staff. Others include
found not guilty Saturday of
William F. Buckley Jr, editor of National
evading more than $35,000 in ,
Review; Robert F.Goheen,president
income taxes of
over a period
: Princeton University; DanielKInouyeU.S.
:7 j four years.A .
ey, -ti R Senator from Hawaii;and Mrs Katie Louch-

federal court jury return heim, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State

ed the verdict after a week- for Educational and Cultural Affairs The

,' f dr long trial before Judge upcoming 20th annual awards program will
see awards presented to winners for oiit-
Charles Fulton.Prosecutor '
,, r t 4 1 standing; volunteer kbe et1tthe community

Morton Orbach NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Comic-emcee Wild Man Steve now

told the Jury that Francis,who available for bookings.-call 693-4258 . The Supremes won

has owned the funeral home at thunderous ovations at London's "Talk of the Town" . .

4900 NW 2nd Ave.for 24 years, Sammy Davis and former Pittsburgh Courier columnist Billy
Pictured above are proud students displaying their wares at a party given to failed to report $116,105.22 in Rowe conferring with vice prez HHH on Job projects . Jim
Mr. William H. Turner's class at Elementary School the Interracial
Earlington Heights bv taxable income from 1960 to Mosby at the Cabaret (Collins at 23rd) . Billy Daniels at
Mothers Club of Dade County.Mrs. Lerner is president of this wonderful/
I group
1963. the Diplomat . Piano stylist Errol Garner might do a few
of ladies.
weekend engagements at the Twelve Caesars lounge... Louis '
Taxes owed the government Armstrong has been one of those celebs chosen(his second)
amounted to for the
. .', $37,475.35 to represent the U. S. at the San Remo International Music
Ml :-l I 'I. four Orbach said.
;arc" t.
.i 1. years, Festival to be held in Italy the end of the month.
When Francis was indicted
I last year, the federal grand SALT WATER TAFFY: Pan-American Airways executive
", Jury said be reported $6,310in offices maintenance chief Roosevelt Winfield,won a round-the--

Income and paid only $432in world trip in the co mpmy's Every-Employee-aSalesmancon

Does Coca-Cola taxes. test . The Herbert(Mildred) Rolles and daughter Shirleyto
Nassau last week to bury Herb's brother Chris . Lovely

...MMM.$ Robert Sbupack, Francis' Barbara Ellison Rogers bedded in Cedars of Lebanon. .

defense attorney, said his Mrs.. Oral (Marian) Allen basileus-elect of Alpha Kappa Alpha

have the taste client had been ill in the early . Naomi(pinky)Lightbourne entertained friends her home

60s, and became forgetful. Saturday night with a menu of conch fritters and conch salad.

tired of? There was no intent to cheat THE WEEK'S. WASH: .The Willie James (Tottie) Williams'
you never get the government he said. named him Keith Patrick . Farmers Market is minus and

American Tobacco Company is plus George Holland- sales
He also told the Jury that the
representative . Buster Collie and Thelma Dames Carey
funeral home was a family lost their dad Willie (Sailor Boy) Dames in Key West on the
business and that Francis'
10th . Freddie Green and console at the Satellite . Preston -
Is it always refreshing? relatives received income (The Ghost) Marshall and theSwingsters featuring Evelynas
from the firm during the 1960-
vocalist at the Albion Lounge . Thieves ransacked the
63 tax
period. home of the Larry (Queen Esther) Halls while the couple was

attending church
Defending Francis also was

Attorney Walter Pesetsky.COMMISSIONER .
Do better SCRATCH MY BACK: Mrs. Mary Cox ill at Cedars of

things go Lebanon . Isabel Hill convalescing at home . Bashava

"' .,. 1.uDI. Gray to birthday February 17...Mrs Geneva Troutman cele-

brated jier'n February 10. . First it was Harry Belafonte, y
with Coke now its Sammy Davis Jr, who agreed to be placed as a mem-

.r..p ber of Florida Memorial College's national advisory board. .

w Ruth Wilson to Cairo, Georgia for a week. . David Butler,

after Coke after Coke ? self-styled "Reverend Butler' on crutches with injured ankle

resulted from hit-and-run motorist. .Sympathy the Capt.
....1........ ...........
Samuel R. Stewart ni family, killed in Vietnam from enemy
t (
mortar. .
SWEETS TREATS: Thelma Mitchell-Robinson surprised

They do for concert dancer Carmen de Lavallade./ They will for you;too hubby Andrew (Bo) Robinson with a birthday dinner in their

home February 6. .Mount Zion Baptist Sunday School Class

No. 16 presented a handsome plaque to Sally Collins on Sun-

day, February 11 for extended years of secretarial service

. Dorothy Thompson was awarded a surprise birthday party

by friends at her home February 3. . Della Reese into

; Harry's American Showroom at the Eden Roc.. Miami

j't 7 i, Cn;;,.. Times Garth C. Reeves birthdays:February: 12 (Lincoln Day)
: fi JB . The Edwin R. (Mabel) Rogers will host North Dade Com-
L :
JOEBOYI) munity Club's First Fellowship Tea in their Opa-locka home

SPEAKS ATBROWNSVILLE Sunday(Feb. 18)). R'll be a 4 to 6 gathering.

UNIONThe MIAMI MUSINGS: Ruth Heild-Smith's sisters Dorothy and

Brownsville Fed Evelyn Heild feted her with a surprise birthday party last Saturday -

night at her home. Evelyn, incidently, jetted in from
eral Credit Union will hold its
F Harlem for the affair . City court clerk Herb Munnings
annual meeting,Wednesday,
9 passed out on the Job Saturday due to food poisoning, and had
H Feb. 21 at 8:30 p.m., in the
to be rushed to Jackson Memorial via police cruiser . The
Brownsville Neighborhood -
Center 2741 NW 49th St. Farringtons(Mrs Marie, Ellie and Violet) pioneer Miamians,
Miami. are building at 32nd Street and 12th Avenue . Dade county

Commissioner Joseph schools receiving 1968 plaques for 120% fare-share participation -

to United Fund include Bunche Park, Goulds Holmes,
A. Boyd will be the featured
speaker. A question J. R. E. Lee, R. R. Moton, Orchard ViltyAllapattah and Na-

:. .%:' answer period will follow the than B. Young elementaries; and Dorsey Junior high.

| address.. Door prizes will be
and CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: FLASH! Culmer NeighborhoodCenter
f, awarded. The officers
r director Arthur KIng Sr to receive awardfor his efforts -
members of the Credit Union
I in relocating displaced families experiencing urban renewal -
invite all interested
..c.c.NY.,.."cM( .C.l.Mrla.c M..I...LMMIT Mir IMC,.o.ulr M IMC c.c.cotA COMPMI. attend. personsto Governor laude Kirk will present the award to the
EOPI chieftain as soon as certain legislative sessions are

You know it. It's best I over . Magnolia General hospital's Bertha Lee Glover's
your I daughter Valeria and Garfield McDonald Jackson Jr and now

MR and MRS. The merger held in Holy Redeemer February 3,
"Any where in the world
larked'' with in BondedRental .
sky- a reception Agency's com
you want to go"TJCKC7S
refreshment buy. munity hall soon after . Clifford(Bass Horn) Moss died

. # ., y COSTNOMOMAT I Monday from pneumonia ..The James(Inez) Wilcoxes christened
their baby girl Athalie Noel February 11 at St John Bap

tist. Godparents Mamie Lewis Ann Lewis and the Sanford

fleerH7TUYtL Halls were there, but mayor Steve P.Clarke presented the tot

UNU to the minister . Emily Gray-Collier tagged him Emery
Gilbert Ira during a Temple Baptist christening last Sunday.
"Your Neighborhood Travel Aunt Bashava Bryant's home housed the reception for the

Agents" christening party and Godparents Juanita Finley-Matthews,

of your Gilbert Richardson and the Archibald Careys ? Mrs Daniel
As near to you
k telephone. Give us a call. Johnson is inviting you to meet Mrs James. Johnson at Tea

.) :_ "".'t".:.,.I,:...I.,..""":"" ,....':... VI'. deliver. 1104 NW 3rd on Sunday . That's it, brother from your one-man-news
Ave. FR 98451. Chat. C. paper, who knows everybody and everybody's racket, but who

Bottled under the authority of ;the Coc -Cola Company by the people in your town North, Manager. wants to hep you that your reporter and The Little Woman will

... celebrate our 27th wedding anniversary February 15.
who bring you Coca-Cola.


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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 16, 1968

Sheriff Sued For Contempt in Arcadia CaseJohn NEWS FROM HAND -

-v-T: / -W/- r '\/ *..... voAROUNDATHE ,

S. Robinson, attorney Thirtythreeyear old tensional ethics relating to the (1) "Released to news me- BAHAMAS
for James Richardson, filed a Richardson, an itinerant fruit conduct of administrative of- dia the erroneous statement "':
motion Monday In Arcadia, picker, was charged with first ficers of the courts. that defendant had20or21 . -tt --_":"_!>- .1bt
asking that DeSoto County degree murder after his child- Assistant State Attorney children and halt of them are 11f," -- - ----- co--..

Sheriff E. Cline be cited for dead a statement made to the 12 persons receiving Addington
ren died of parathion poisoning John H. Treadwell DI of Arcadia now Among Leroy Cambridge
contempt of court for making Oct. 25. refused to discuss the motions imply that the defendant had recognition from the has-been, appointed Government
public statements that the attorney In one of several motions and indicated an attempt: done away with his children Queen in the New Year's Honor Information Officer. He-
said implied Richardson filed this week, Attorney JohnS. would be made to close the ((2)) "On statewide television were Dr. Claudius Roland waff formerly senior staff
poisoned his seven child- Robinson of Daytona Beach, Richardson file and keep all made the statement that James Walker, Commander of the .writer.with the News Bureau
ren. accused Cline violating pro- hearings secret.He Richardson is guilty of the British Empire (CBE); Dr. of the Ministry of Tour ism
crime. Henry K. Podlewshl, officer Prior to that he was a member '
did not "think there is ((3)) "issued to news media of the Order of the British Empire of the staff of The Nassau-

No Job For Negroes anything confidential about the the statement that James (OBE); Timothy Gibson, Guardian.
nature of the motions,"Robin- Richadson took a lie detectortest member of the British Empire -
No son said. "I will ask that we that he failed to pass" (MBE), and Mrs. Laura Roosevelt Hepburn of Far-
Public Building have an open hearing, which Cline made the statements Young, the British Empire rington Road drowned on Jan.

New York. The National sociation's J Jab opportunity every defendantisentitledto "to incite the public and Medal, BEM). 22 when he was trapped in

Association for the Advance- program for 1968. ," he said.Robinson arouse hostility toward JamesJ. Dr. Walker is a private weeds while diving at Lyford
ment of Colored People will The NAACP's chief legal contended in his Richardson," Robinsonsaid. practioner, a pioneer in the Cay Club. The management of
become involved in a"nation- officer cited Columbus, motion that Sheriff Cline: field of adult education in the the club and ordered "thinningout" -

wide campaign to stop and tie Ohio case in which U.S.Dis- Bahamas, a former memberof the coots that damaged .

up all construction until the trict Court last year placed Dollie Whitehead is Federal the House of Assembly and the greens on the gulf
states and municipalities Involved upon public officials the dutyto organizer of the first technical course, and several of the
take action to nuke job secure absolute commit- institute in the colony. birds were shot. Hepburn, a
opportunities available" to ments of non-discrimination of The YearGrove caddy dived in the water
Negro workers, Robert L. In employment on all public Employ Dr. Podlewski, psychiatristat twice, getting a bird each time.

Carter, the Association's general ly-financed construction. He For being selected as Fed- Community Council, the Sandiland Rehabilitation When he went for the third he
I counsel, declared in a also cited a ruling empowering Employee of the Year, The South Florida Chapter of Center, has developed the was trapped in the; weeds. He
: weekend radio broadcast. the National Labor Relations Professional Category, DollieG. The National Association of mental health service to a very was rescued but died in spiteof
and has worked
The pre-taped program, Board to declare dis- Whitehead was awarded a Social Workers, The Board of high degree his artificial respiration.
broadcast by more than 100 local crimination by a labor union beyond professionalduties.
plaque by the Greater Miami the Southwest YWCA and the Milton Gibson was given a
radio stations across the or employer as an "unfair labor Federal Executive Council at First Unitarian Church. six-month jail sentence in the
country, Feb. 11-12, was In practice." Whitehead receivedher Gibson Assistant Inspector -
a luncheon meeting at the Hotel Mrs. Mr. Supreme Court on Jan. 23 for
observance of the 159th anni- These two rulings, Mr.Car- Everglades January 25. Mrs. Bachelor's Degree from of Music with(te Min- causing the death of Evelyn,
versary of the birth of Abra- ter said, afforded new legal Whitehead is a social workerin Spellman College and a Mas- istry of Education, has servedfor Culmer last Sept. 29 while
ham Lincoln and the NAACP's Instruments In the drive to end school teacher ,
the Day Treatment Centerof ters Degree in Social Work 45 years as driving in a manner dangerousto
59th birthday. Mr. Carter was job discrimination. It is up to the Coral Gables VA Hos- from Atlanta University. She music .supervisor and music the public. Gibson was
Interviewed by Dr. John A. the NAACP to see that they are pital. She is married to James is the daughter of Mr.and Mrs. include music for the visits of
represented by Henry Bostic.
Morsell, NAACP assistant made effective throughout the Whitehead, Assistant Professor William H. Glover, 2071 Sycamore several members of the Royal He was reported to have run
executive director on the As country, he said. is native of Savannah -
at Barry College School of Macon, Georgia. Family He a from the scene of the accident,
Social Work, formerly Direc- Sound. and was found hiding in the
: tor of the Greater Miami Ur- head cook at bush like leaf."
TURNPIKE AUTHORITY Mrs. Young, "trembling
I ban League and formerly assistant Government House since 1928,

I I to the Director for In- OFFERS JOBS has served 11 successive gov- Frederick Stuart was sen-

THE NEW CAT/ ter-Group Urban Relations Renewal, Dade ernors. She has continuously tenced to 11 months hard labor

County The Florida Turnpike Au- maintained a high standard of in.prison at Freeport, Grand
She has two children
thority is looking for male official hospitality, set an outstanding Bahama on Jan. 24 for "finding -
Jimmy and Cynthia. The adults in good health with an example of cheerful drugs in the bush." Stuart,
::lte founE1 (One" Court Whiteheads, at 8255 SW 87 adequate command of English zeal and efficiency.The who went from Nassau to

usage and general mathematics others who receivedthe Grand Bahama, told the court
In addition to her work in ,
to give them jobs. Certificate for .ne found a suitcase of marijuana
the hospital, Mrs. Whitebeadhas Queen's
$ $ participated in com Formal application for employment community and other services in the buses. He said he
may be made directly was smoking reefers since
were Mrs.Enid
munity activities, such as the ; CurtisCooper
Women's Division of the Exe- with the Authority now, by ; Mrs. Eliza Malcolm, Mrs. 1956 and that they cost as high
: contacting Harold WStayman, Annie Francis Carl as $5 each. ,The 28-year-old
@ @ cutive Committee ,of the Na- ,
f't\ tional Conference of Chris- Jr., executive::1'i director, Jpost the Rev. Isaac Pinder, Mrs. man refused to tell the source
Office Box 8008 of his because "too
tians and Jews, The Urban Fort Lauderdale Emma jane Poitier, George supply

(!!J : (!!J League Guild, The Coconut Miami, ,Fla.945-6438.33310. Telephone; Romer.Roker and Samuel Bruce trouble.many people would be in

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday February 16, 1968 9

15 Alabama Draft Boards Illegal, NAACP Cherges ,I

Montgomery, A I a. The These 15 boards, Mr. BU- boards. single Negro," even though
V. legality of 15 local draft ford chargedare operatingwith "There presently 8610- Negroes comprise onethirdof
boards in Alabama is chal- less than the required cal draft boards, three appeal the state's population.Mr. .
lenged in a complaint filed wit!iminlnnm of three members, boards and one examining station Buford called upon Gen.
Ger4Twis. B,,Hersey,Director contrary to law.;The filing of in Alabama," the NAACP Hershey to withhold appoint-
4 n. t ,of ,the Selective, ,.Service ,,the:complaint 'followed failure complaint pointed out. "Ofthe ments, to any Alabama draft
tr System,,)::y the Rev.K.. L,Bu- ,Of,GOy. Lureen Jl Wajlace' to, approximately 785 uncompen- boards until Gov. Wallace
BY DAVE 60NDU ford; $1AACPflelddireetorfor< nominate any Negroes to 1111vacuic'ies sated workers on draft and appeal nominates some Negroes for
the State'of: Alabama. : on draft or appeal boards, there is not a appointment.

This is onq of those weeks where I have gotten to the point
that I do not know what subject to discuss. Since I just returned -
from the Island of Nassau, I am short on what is going on .
in Miami! other than the Miami North-South Golf Tournament.As .
for:/Nassau, they are going through a boom. The placeis
loaded, and everybody is making money. I am most pleased .
that the new government, under the direction of Premier 1
L 0, Pindling,is doing so well in such a short time. New busI- _
nesses are entering the Bahamas and chain concerns like I
Lum's, Kentucky Fried Chicken and many others are opening! T
stores there. There are also six new night spots operating. iS
As I have always said, just give the Negro half-a-chance and
he'll prove himelf to be 100%. I could go on about Nassau all
day, but the wonderful progress they are making has to be seen 1r !

with they are your making.own eyes. Go over and rejoice in the great strides big prises

PRETTY BOY O? THE WEEK: Dr. Johnnie Jones (Drew Jr. .
High) .1 j', ---
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK; Reofc'Freeman of st: Louis



Sidney, Sidney, Sidney ..That is all you can say about 0iitWt
Sidney Poitier. If you have not seen "Guess who's coming to N 1 '
Dinner" please do not miss it.This picture will mike you
laugh, cry and think. The story is deep,but the comedy that is
injected into it is magnificent and enlightening.If you see this
picture, and do not think it is the greatest, I'll give you your
money back. Now you know I amapoor man and cannot afford
my own fare .. .so it has to be good. It surpasses To Sir With
Love and In the Heat of th Night. . which were both excel-
lent pictures. Take my word for it.

QUiCK NOTE DEPARTMENT:George Butler,a local golfer,
has a dog named Jack. Jack is the smartest dog there is, and
George loves him dearly. He brings Jack to the course with
him, and he sits and patiently waits for him at the Clubhouse ,I' ..... '
door. Well, George bought his dog Jack a dog. Jack's dog's ',
name is "Spot," and is a cute tiny dog. It is amusing to see
Spot leashed to Jack and Jack sitting down holding the leash ,
tight with his neck to keep this 1 little I dog from running all
over everywhere. That's love . Ws have a "soul brother"
driving a Greyhound bus out tf Miami.I saw him the other day,
but he was going through the downtown area,and I did not get a
oj"'chlnce: to get his name'and background We are glad to see
him there . We also have a Negro as ticket taker at one of
the Flagler Street movies. This: is another first . Rudolph
Herald of Cleveland, Ohio, had a hole in one on the 203 yard UOI't
No. 17 hole in the North-South Tournament on qualifying day. *
He is the son-in-law of Bishop and Mrs.Ball. . Mayor Ste-
phen Clark, City Manager M. L. Reese, Director of Miami
Publicity and Tourism Department and Miami Tim's Editor
Garth Reeves teed off at 10:00 Thursday in the MiamiNorthSouth j* i/4 Osmall y
cashou av
as the celebrities of the>urney. Every year, this group
plays along with the participants: from all over the nation as I
an official welcome togolfirsWethink this is a nice gesture the spot! }, wrMw vyy '"ivrs

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. February 16.. 1968 11

I Jobs On Wheels Going To The Jobless' Florida Anti-Riot Bill Aimed 'I

At Brown" I
By JOHN "Rap :
ed for him at the Smquarium. ed. work should make himself ,
At 62nd Street and Northwest , David Barry, 25,of 1072 NW On Friday, the Jobmobile i available by applying to the Florida is trying to pass a It is a law that would give
10th Avenue this week: 37th Street, is experienced will be at 41st Street'and 7th I Jobmobile, which will be continued law to prevent the riots that public schools and university
the state's employment service shipping and receiving clerk. Avenue (at theBonded, Rental]l for an unlimited time, ,some of the legislators thinkis officials power to use trespass
was busy looking for Negroes He hadaakeady received his' ,AgQncy),Jrom: ,7:30 to,4 lrfO t from place to place, with the aimed at the"Rap Browns." statutes against outside so-
who are seeking e f.V fat e r,$i.& hen ThTim s'repres ', k.i#:|EiaUrm ';'lz'Stf 4:30 I locations announced from time And the bill is getting closer called agitators. It was
ployment In the fornxofajoBj. nliIve"| spoke ,Vita,.'tf.m.' vitvlmUth len Je and I to time in the newspapers and closer to approval by the amended, and is before the
mobile that"* goes,- from place. to> him. He said that he was willing l- 64th stoe6iLtbertyCityComraunitjrCenter cording to an o f f i c i a 1 at the legislature. Hose for further action.
place '--- rderany kind'of work.AnothePJob ). 'Florida''State Employment It is called an anti-riot bill But Senator Emory Cross,a
This is something newt; UDtrW 'aIS Anyone desirous* of J 4fng: ServlceV which was introduced in the Gainesville Democrat, thinks
a joint projectof tho'Florida; R. Myers, 21, who tS "iii'experienced Senate by Tallahassee Sena- the law would be unconstitutional -
State Employment Service anc I stock clerk. Why he tor Mallory Horne .
the Dade County Equal Em., hasn't been working, He had ---
ployment Task Force tried ,many places he hopes
This bus employment office s I to find a Job at the Jobmobile, m'I
is featuring a variety of Job) he said. SPECIAL'

offers, including some on the I Hilary Sawyer, 19, 1309 NW'
county payroll The Dade per,,65th Street, obtained his ex-
sonnel and public safety departments perience from warehouse, ; Restyle Mon.,
have representatives where be worked as a grocery
aboard the buses., selector. He had sought em-
When a Times' represents ployment many times, in dif- Wed.
tive interviewed the official:1 ferent places, unsuccessfully. I
from the State Employment t t He pins his hope now on the Only $3:88
Service, Saul Pascul, he received Jobmobile. ;: i ,, Mrs. Harvey
some additional infor. Mr. Pascul told The Times i
mation about job seekers anc 1 I that finding jobs for the unem- EXPERT STYLING & .
from some of the job seeker s I ployed is a'matter of"matcbing , ;
themselves he spoke with. of Jobs to people,or match- CLEANINGALL
James Fisher, 23, of 129(3) Ing people to jobs." It's that A+ mL
NW 46th Street, is an experienced -. simple, he said. ; ::" .: CREDIT CARDS HONORED
warehouse employe. H a Th e Florida Employment /Ih!!i\I"'"' "
had been waiting since earl]Yin Service official said that i '
the morning for the Jobmbile sometimes some of the job- '.t'r""V/ 100 % Human

as he needs employment i it seekers do not want the jobs ., ,,"'f" ,,Ip,; ,,, "' :"
badly. At 11 a.m. he was stllwaitfag 1 1 that are open; and at other ,: ', '
to be placed, after he 5 i times it is a matter of a per- Hair
had been interviewed. son being overqualified or unS -
Maurice Clark, 20, of 557! derquallfied. L- b4'The
NW 17th Avenue, has wide ex. The white youth 17, The
perience as a custodian worker. , Times spoke with during the - Buy 1 Get 1 Free
He too,had been interviewed . brief survey, said that he was 1967 National Mass Media Brotherhood awardwas ,
and was waiting to be sen it:t seeking work as a laborer,and presented to Chrysler corporation by Jackie Robinson *
to the job that had been secur-. that he had not yet been plac- former baseball great and National BrotherhoodWeek

chairman. Philip, N. Buckminister, Chrysler cor-
poration vice president-corporate staffs, accepted the
Former M-D Teacher gold medallion I award on behalf of the company. Present WIGS
I ed annually by the National Conference of Christiansand
Jews, "for outstanding contributions to better human WIGLETS & FALLS
Jail relations and to the cause of brotherhood," the
Gets Year in
award was made to Chrysler for its employe communication
- - - -- program. Robinson was the featured speaker at the 4419 NW 17 Ave. 633-937,
for "misconduct"in
Robert Thomas, 37, a -
awards luncheon
Detroit.; (NPI photo).
those checks.
chair man of the music department .. .. .. -- ....--------- .
of Miami-Dade ------------------
Junior A! : :: :: :: n
College, was sentencedlast "ar ," t
Thursday to one year in BRAND 'NEW The New
prison. _
Thomas wi s convicted of Electric Portable
two July.counts Criminal of grand larcenylast Court Sewing Machine Double Deck Go Go Bar

Air cooled motor
Judge Carlin Stednun delayed 7 speed control OPEN NITELY 7:30: 'TIL 5
sentencing until pre-sen- Luggage carrying case
tencing investigation could be 5 yr. service guarantee '
completed.He $2995Call Dancing Nitely .

was convicted of arranging -
for private teachers to instruct 625-1261 EASY TERMS Dance Contest Nitely
college students off
campus on a part-time basis, REPAIR SPECIAL
having college checks mailedto THE
the teachers and then returned Clean, Oil, Adlust 149 TENA D.J.Admission
to him when the teach Free Needle, Belt SEXY .
ers got no students.According
to state's witnesses, some of ABBEY-DOMESTIC- NW 27th Avenue
those checks found their way Free
in Thomas' private bank ac-

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Thomas became a staff-
member of the college music
department 'In 1960, and was Double Deck 'Parisian Room'fri
promoted to chairman of the
faculty of 20 in September
I960. Five months later he was ft Sat Showtime

U.S. SuesS.

Martha WilliamsPRESENTS



AI and Jackie -
The United States, throughthe
Justice Department, has ( "THE DOG TWINS" ) _
filed suit against the Orange- t i tt
burg, S. C. bowling alley's \, \
owner, whose exclusionofNe- t t r Q
Little Annie
roes triggered the riot that Martha
resulted in the deaths of the
three Negro college students. ADMISSION: SI.SO
The Department of Justice
spokesman said that the four .
were charged with refusing to 2 Shows Fri & Sat
permit Negroes to use facili- . .
ties on an equal basis in vio-
lation of the Civil Rights law of ong1 dljfrj \

1964. A prelimenary injunc- Gilmore/ & RocketeersMARK
tion is sought to end the dis- Joey
crimination and requested a . s t

hearing for Thursday. 111 PIECE BAND

The has U.also S. Justice sued an Orange-Department T R.lple, Ad $\,50

burg regional hospital, asking ,., \ "
for integration.


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THE, MIAMI TIMES Friday, February 16. 1968 13 I:

Irate Arcola Gardens Residents }oh.nson'.sRiot Commission-Sees.... '


fight Convalescent HomeThe Little Chance of Tronsaullify :

Metro Zoning Appeals urged the ZAB not to none After an exhaustive six- that the only answer is a guarantee tive Income tax.-that lithe
Board on Monday defer red the' the pr o p s.7y, -v.and. end the of and the hoped to make the best use month study of the race riots ; income for every family.These government supplying cash up ,'I
85th St. '
conversion of a church info a,:. ranQuU! t ,of the neigh- building.Calvary's that have erupted in maDf'c1U .think that the test way to a 'certainievel for every
convalescent hone after4oWr borhoOd.\ / pastor Dr. wily s in toftfction for the past to attain. 1s through the nega body .,,'.j.(....
questions about jdie availabil5'ity The proposed$ convalescent ifs g'; Garrett, said "The few years, a commission aj>>'..-- " '::f. --
of sewer and waste service?*:1iome' w6uldT prime reason to move is to pointed by President Johnson
destroy "one of
A erect a sanctuary close to the to find out the, of riots Pr
new hearing will be held the few fine neighborhoods in causes ,
April 8. our area,"said Mrs. Marjorie heart' of our congregation. have reported that they have
County zoning and planning Cook The church was negotiatingwith seen little chance of tranquility -
a school teacher of 870
North Miami to look into
officials in the ghettos.
said that Calvary NW 84th Terrace
sewer system to service a
Church, 777 NW 85th St.,does Arcola Gardens Home Own- 150-bed
facility, Yarborough The commission has reported -
not have sewer and water lines ers Association.
said. that America is
needed to an
convert to nursing Dade
home operation.The Legislator Jess Yar- The county zoning supervisor "apartheid" society no unlike
board borough flew from Tallahassee said the Health Department South Africa. The members of
received 124
to represent the had asked that the applicationbe this commission are pessi-
written objections to the re- church. He said the member- held until it couldprovewater mistic about the future. They
zoning also. Fourteen resi-
ship was moving into the
and sewer needs were believe that there will be further -
dents appeared Monday and northeast f
section of the county met. separation of the races,

further alienation, a further

I Post Office Needs Clerks Aid CarriersThe United wrenching States of the society structure before of I I r

the racial question can even "
Board of U.S.Civil Ser- tion and the number of this an Homestead, Islamorada, Key begin to be solved. .

vice Examiners, post Office nouncement. They will be ac, Largo, Key West, Marathon, i .' .. ,.
Department, Room 100, Main cepted until further notice. Miami, Opa-locka, Pompano The conditions in the big city i. l<. ,"' '.' R Y
Post Office Building, Atlanta, Examination for Postal Beach, Princeton, Tavernier. ghettos, the breeding groundof I Y, "'" ., r. :
Ga., issued announcement No. Clerk and City Carriers has The anger and discontent, are ,.'.1' M,C 1"rv' v, i I
AT148-5 ((68)) Feb. 1 for ap- been announced for the following starting salary is$2.80 essentially unchanged since t 1.> V' .; >i .
per hour. Effective July 1 it last '.
summer. And no matter
plicants. Florida : I
cities: will be $2.95 per hour. what recommendations the ';,.. ..
Applications can be made by Dania, Deerfield Beach, Ft. commission .',//It'/" .,' )' ,'
submitting Card Form 5000- Lauderdale, Goulds, Hallan- Forms may be obtained may make in its :., '.
AB showing title of examina dale, Hialeah, Hollywood, from any post Office March report, there won't be : .,;.i\ ,.>
time to put them into effect before ,,,.'
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the days lengthen and the .. \
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Housing Gets Regional Post soar.It :.," .

is opinion of some
Norman V. Watson, Deputy lumbus, Georgia Housing Authority ing policies and represent the members of the commissionthat

Director of the Dade County Council at national and regional relationship between the 7. .' .
Department of Housing and SERC, a 35-year-old organization functions. He isalso races have deteriorated to the ., ...." ..'
Urban Development, has been represents Chairman of the Conference point where there are probablyno I : .10(1(1 ,.,
elected Housing Vice Presi- NAHRO in eight southeastern Committee for the annual short-term remedies, and >1t...... ,
dent of theSoutheastern Re- states its membership is SERC Conference be held at they are even doubtful whetherthe ,.' 2 :f 'rF
gional Council of the National drawn from housing, renewal Americana HotelinBal country has patience to. -
Association of Housing and and housing code enforcement Harbour, June 17 effect longterm solutions. 4nrcotuutntutt I IMr.
Redevelopment Officials. professionals in some 800 localities gaguncnt
in those states. In addition to his new office, Among the commission
The announcement was Watson serves the Florida Association member there is absolutely no and Mrs.Crosby Lamp- man of Opa-locka. The pair
made by Council President During his one-year term of Housing and Redevelopment agreement on what should be 'kin, announce the engagementof has planned a March 17 wed-
Franklyn Lambert, who is Watson will participate in the '' Officials as Re- done, specifically, to head off their daughter Cynthia to ding, they will make their
Executive Director of the Co formulation of regional hous- newal Vice President. further racial disturbance. Mr. Charles Chipman, son of residence in Miami. I

Some of the members think Mr. and Mrs.Theophilis Chip-

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South Miami Fights fo
'Rt q t i vA : :. fi ,
A j

Save J.ft.f. lee SchoolNegroes

.,In South,Miami said. "The preservation and ."When you want urban renewal -
asked the*School Board last. promotion of this type of feeling -. ; you say tear down some
Wednesday not to close J. R.E. is Just as important as the Negro homes. When you say
Lee'ElementarySctroolcand integration of the community,* we've got to tear down some
assign their children to near- he said. schools you say tare down
by predominantly 'white Miny residents of the area some Negro schools u and we
schools. are opposed to tearing down seem to be surprised when the
Attorney Robert Shapiro, the school and to an urban renewal Negroes aren't grateful.
representing a delegation of plan in their neighborhood "Well why should they be
t' ; about 30 Negro residents of grateful?"
the area argued that it would School Board Members Jack Slack was given a round of
spoil the "sense of commun Gordon and Mrs. Anna Brenner applause by the Negroes
ity" in the Negro neighborhood Meyers said the two nearby present.
which J. R;lee helped create, schools and the commun- They want the school renovated -.
if the school were phased out. ity, should maintain integra- Shapiro said, especially -
He said South Miami Ne- tion progress even if it means six class-rooms which he I
groes have heard "rumors"the pulling down J. R. E. Lee. said are not up to county. physical I
board wants totear down Board member Ted Slack requirements.
the l&-year-oldschooland replied: "When you want to The board promises the
send its 508 pupils to Ludlam build a road, you say build it delegation to consider its request -
Elementary and South Miami through a Negro area. at a later meeting.
Junior High.Negroes.
feel at home in
their neighborhood andJ R.E.
:....\_, .,.. .... \.\ Lee is a part of It, Shapiro IMPROVE'

The has ketball team at Holy Redeemer Junior High School can boast proudly ot
having played 22 games and winning aliof. them. They expect to play their champion
ship game Saturday, Feb. 17 at 6:30 p.m. at Christopher Columbus High School. An Votes YOUR WORTH I
opponent has yet to be named. Pictured above are the members of this winning team. County
They are: left to right, standing: Joseph Poitier, Thomas Jones, Corey Robertson, PREPARE FOR A
Coach John Doyle, Eric Blotch, Ward Perkins, Richard Rolle. Sitting: left to right: For Call BoxesIn
Thompson Patterson, Randall Young and Mark Jones. Holy Redeemer has served as a BETTER JOB
feeder school for the state ranked Knights otc urley High; having sent them such

stars as Johnny Gay, John Taylor, Homer and David Lawyer, Gary Strachan, Dan an effort to combat
Schofield,Russell Meriedy, Harold Stewart and Donald Raye. Photo by Johnson crimes in the Negro sectionsof Enroll Now in
Miami, where the rate has
been higher than in the white

Florida Memorial Gets OK to sections Commission of town on Monday, the Metro voted ADULT BASICEDUCATION

I authorization for call boxesin

Build High_ Rise ,Dormitories the Northwest area. Porter

- - -- County Manager
recommended the installation -
Metro Zoning Appeals pressway was logical ex- multiple family usage, Board Homer
Board on Monday endorsed a pansion for what the collegewas Chairman Andy Lee said. But "on a demonstration -
intersections No Cost
23 to
basis' signalized Free at
plan of Florida Memorial College doing." each application would have to in the bounded -
to build three seven story The apartments would be be Judged on its merits, he area
apartments to house its students "owned by the college, oper- said. by NW 79th Street NW 36th
Street NW 7th Avenue and NW
and faculty within walk- ated by the college, and used Noting an apparent move by You
ing distance of its campus. for college purposes," Fine the board for a deferral dur- 37th Avenue.

',_" Moving from St. Augustine said ; ing. the debate,.Fine declared: Homer said that "We con-
atter: 75 years' the college Five objectors appeared at 'We'needthe housing We tinue to seek an increased pub- FOR INFORMATION DIAL
planning Ito open September the hearing, and asked that the would Just as soon you deny it lic awareness oftbecrimo .
on a tract of land nearNW 163 rezoning be turned down if rather than defer so we can go problem and of the ways our 377-8689
1 St. and 44 Court. their properties were not also to the County Commission. A citizens can assist in com-
The Mon denial would have the mat-
zoning application rezoned. put
bating crime, and we hope this 2
day passed on a 3 to 2 vote,and "You should rezone tne ter before the commission.Fine approach will aid in the over- AFTER P.M.
now goes to the Metro Commission whole area so we can get out," and the board reachedthe all effort'
said Mrs. Bessie Cantor, of decision after a compro- MIAMI TIMES PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
Representing the college, 4120 NW 166th St. mise. .
Martin Fine said the housingsite The county's master land ---- -- --- -- -- j I
north of the campus and use plan called for the even- J
divided by the Palmetto Ex tual rezoning of the area for Why Not Have

I HUD Gives fMC 4 l-xj

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$75,000 MoreSecretary

Robert C.Weaverof a total of 260 women studentsand / Delivered to Your Home
the U. S. Department of will include a new student
Housing and Urban Develop- union building with dining facilities -
ment has announced approvalof for 200 students. Also
a$75,000 increase(to a total Included is space for a post office BY 111 4Jl.J
of $1,575,000) in College music listening room, v V'v
Housing loan funds to Florida lounge area, and rooms for r '
Memorial College,Inc.,in Mi- student publications. The col- -
ami.The lege will use $243,000 of its EVERY FRIDAY
HUD loan, originally own funds.
approved January 1968, pro- The College Housing Loan rn \\ S !7
vided funds for the construc- Program is authorized by the
tion of two dormitories at the Housing Act of 1950, under rLess 3IUg
college, which is moving its Section 401, to help collegesand l __ __
campus from St. Augustine to hospitals expand their facilities _r1L MORNING2i
Miami. The two new three- to absorb the increasein
story dormitories will house student enrollment. ?
than 10<
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INAACPY outh Council Textbook Protest fizzled? I I INegro

students throughout Just aren't many available elude Negro history textbook the Inclusion of Negro h us-
Florida were asked to turn in yet." 'for students. But he said that grations in history textbooks.But .

i5jtb Sckii' their textbooks on Monday to John Mclntyre, Dade director such a change will first have he said that the proceduresfor
protesting lack of f'toMgrtt* learning: resources,and I' to'go before his committee for the process can take from

i .. ; H'P 'ed" textbook: illustrations:',. chairman of the'StatpCburse$j: approval four tq five years."Then again,
:The -week-long>protest Iras of Study CommltteetoldThe, ; :. .-,J4clDtyre said did he not he,said,.the money purchase
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c a 1l/d/by;the..Staje'NXACP' TlmeStlhat/hl$"committee 1!I, 'knowany: member of that commlttee the' books will have to be obtained '

. Youth Council 'to niarklNe'gro not against some change to in-. 'who would be against from the state.
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Wr {" (,III :* History fWeek, Feb;:. 12-16. .
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1 ; 1"f :Of *l .HDioJ't.Jcb"GeboO&s, 31'j j li lorWat is because no textbooks f Fcl ">'if ,t: 41::r"* I.,:

i )ri'i s be lti';...i Gt M >l55eteb ys el6' Indicate that th'Negro has,

\, 'r{)< t'9of'c.f: itti t leo'integrated, shori sutheeeAoosystem ,,.,,: done anything. II >

: I ", }ProbsW.t; !r;:aw** slgnlfi ant ducatfooai develop;! made history Just like the .
I ment ''Was Ute transition.of,I3 oke f' T. Washtegtotf'to 1, white man. A textbook of all .., '

Junior high;;school> this:F.all,'It*,studlents mergtegwith?t white people is fantasy. \." jtl: __
those of oth er;;;senior high'centers.'r: When The Times contacted Ii" A 4

Despite':slight movement;In both directions' figures, Miami Jackson High it learned __ _
reveal .thereJ1as,been little overall change In the degree that no student had turned in _
of integration',slnce'last: year.The current report," '; any textbooks.
is based on October;1967 findings. '.. From Northwestern Senior

"Dade; has made;.noteworthy progress in desegregating High School, the principal}: ,
Its..schools..In general,the study shows that this Samuel Cohen, told The Times
progress, made..'ln ration is}being sustained," observed Di.E;LZ.whig| few books.
ham, Supertotendeftf of schools. "ft* ? '<> : \ James S. McDonald, supervisor

The:'90,1' 'percentf. having. racially mixed 1. of textbooks for Dade
faculties compares= with 90.5 percentja year ago,'and public schools, said he does Ib1

only 37.0 two years ago when figures tooka sharp up>:- not know of any integrated text 1
swing. u I approved by the state that is _

The>;new statistics show 57.7 percent,of student not available to Dade schools.

bodies are integrated against 56.7 1 last year,and 44.2 A Said Mr. McDonald, "We don't
in 196566. have many integrated books,
The report prepared by the school system's Depart- that's for sure. Some elementary -

ment of Administrative Research, ,notes that student readers are integrated.
populations are integrated In 16 of the 19 senior high But this is relatively new In

schools, 29 of 39 Junior highs and 78 of 155 elementary the publishing field and there q.

schools' .
Overall, 64.2 percent of white(including Cuban refugee Wilkins
youngsters) and 56.8 percent of Negro pupils are Roy
members of integrated student bodies. ,
In various Job classifications, the report,discloses Hails LBJ'sSchool

'that custodial staffs are integrated in 160 schools,cafeteria Plan

workers, .In ,69 schools and secretarial staffs in 20
schools New York. In support of y

At the Junior college level,MJamtJOadejtJgures,show' President Johnson's messageto
that the North Campus enrolls 14,214 white and 886 Negro -* I the Congress proposing new
students,'At the*South Campus there are some 6163whltesahd398.Negro ,- and expanded}: educational programs

;" 'students.,OfJ.,144. personsemployed NAACP Executive Director

I ,at'both(Campuses, the new report shows i 1029 ,-'/, Roy Wilkins has pledged Rainbow Park Sponsors "Project Values"time" I
I irf'wfett";and.llS'oiClO; percent Negro..! /'. / ", .., the backing of the National
J",* - '. "Jg' tUfflifr o ga22,145white. ts <: .Association for the Advance The Junior Librarians Club ality complimented her smart to work.''He constantly'reminded

( : 1, |.6"studtenis1irilMHolled.: :! : :Workers' toil) ,,;ysome' ment of Colored People to help of Rainbow park Elementary Eastern Airlines attire. Her! :: r them of the fact that,
'J' iit l sbimel,98'Ne' .' ' '"' : secure enactment of the legislation School are sponsoring seriesof message was greatly acceptedand '.'If the other can do it, I can,

I hrtrative\ and'Servce'departments: of theschool \f programs entitled, "Pro- appreciated by each and, too."
'\ system! in Florida'to achieve.significant faculty' In a telegram to the Presi- ject-Values." The purpose of everyone of the Rainbow Park The students' look forwardto
desegiegation; dent, Feb. 6, Mr.Wilkins said: Miss the next speaker and the
I ;; r the project is to make the students family; Curry opened up
What lies ahead?" ,/ "We call'upon the Congress to aware of the many occupations the wonderful world of an airline message they will bring. Mrs.
"The future directions oipopulationmovemotitstheavallabi1ItyofpeFsoanel ; enact all of your recommen- that: are available to stewardess to an eager, Rosa Lee Fortson, the Principal
replacements,and.the con'tinned -';* dations to make equal educa- Negroes, with or without a cafetorlum }packed: audience.She .at Rainbow Park, is
." 'efforts of toe staff and i board In this tional opportunities a more college education. It strivesto stressed to the students proud to be among the first to
area ar? atnoa "" slgniflcaat' factors determine future; < meaningful reality for mil make them aware of the fac t the importance o staying In present a human resource

racial! patterns id the schools," Dr,:Whlgham
out,.; .,. .1 pre-school child to the grad .a "must." "what I want to be when I grow identity for the elementary
'v ':\\'hH4"i.\ must, do' their ,part, sidUmmmt fai uate school student. A contributing member of up." children in our area.

'&?.racial,i ejat1o, \I"'!""- a:' "oa awu. ti+, l ..i'y'. President Johnson, in his the negro community is asked Mr. James Jenkins,department }: -
: : noted that
,, r .. message, Feb., 5, to speak to answer manager at Burdines, In the photo, Mrs. Ruth Can-
,t. s..w;: ;' "The phrase, 'equal edu- Questions for the students and has been a guest, also. Mr. non, Librarian and sponsorof
;'" cational opportunity, to the teachers. Among the speakerswas Jenkins looked the part of a the Junior Librarians, is

poor family in Appalachia and I Miss.Odette Curry, and young executive. He told the,, shown thanking Miss Curry for
I to the Negro family in the city, Eastern Airlines Stewardess. students the imoortance of being a most inspiring presentation.
I II is a oromisenotareality." Miss Curry's warm person- well-groomed and "on- Dan Francis photo.
His message covered the
II Urban whole range of education front:,
John Cuminiiigs Joins .
I Head Start programs to graduate -

Ltaav Staff His, both objective private and thePrestdent rr r .:-' ... : : ' 4: '

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of the University of 1'1" :
Willard Executive :
T. Fair, for Americans "the fifth freedom I
Director of the Greater Miami Florida. For the past year,be that is "Freedom from " ,..
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Urban the was associated with the Urban ,
announces :
League, ignorance." In pursuit of this ; ""
appointment of John Cummings Renewal program in Miami. goal we must,he said,"elimi- t
:Jr., to the staff posi- Prior tothat, he lived in Jacksonville nate race and income as bar-
and worked as sales
tion of Associate Director of riers to higher education"
The Economic Developmentand representative for a construction -
The NAACP, Mr. Wilklnsln ,
Education and Youth Incentives firm.
this telegram to President
program In tie Miami Mr. Cummings'appointment "whole-heartedly
Office fill s a five-month vacancy -

Mr. Cummings, 30, Is a native created by the resignation supports the U. your S. Congress new proposalsto callingfor II

Floridian; he holds a degree of Mr. Calvin Jennings. strengthening and expand
from Florida A&M and In capacity, Mr.Cummings educational
has a tt end e d the graduate will be working with those institutions ing opportunitiesat
with programs of all levels, giving the high Li .
---- est priority to the most criti- r
education and training for
cal needs. Your recommendations -
"black children," and attempting -
for the expansion of Head
to ,upgrade the quality and
start follow-through
effectiveness of such programs -
grams in the early elementary
Mr. Fair feels that experi- school years promises to
r make secure and lasting the
in the U. S. Army Medi-
r. cal ence Corps with Urban Re- impressive gains achieved" inpreschool i- iE Q 6.

newal, and In the construction I programs.

industry prepares}: Mr. Cum- UtflHIU
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mings exceptionally well lits anniversary as a --- I I
branch of the National Urban I
to deal with upgrading expanding
Job training and pos- League. It has as its goal the LOMEPA CLUB PLEDGEES OF IOTA PHI LAMBDA SORORITY, INC.
elimination of racial
for minorities In Mi segrega-
sibilities tion and disc rim Ina t Ion In Seated, left to right: Ethel Smith, secretary; Joanne Walker, president; Rosalyn

ami.The Greater Miami Urban American life and to equalize Bethel, reporter. Standing, left to right: Laurestine Chishelm/ Vera Wyche, Janet

League is a United Fund I opportunities of minoritygroup Woods, vice president; Willie// Pearl'Galloway, treasurer; Ann Thomas and Hazel Matt-
which soon celebrates i hews.
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Alpha Kappa Alpha's Negro- 'Morta-e COmpany. Granted Million Dollars

Philadelphia, Pa. A mfttedto any Negro controlled home improvement.part clubs, lodges and all types of
major break through in housingfor organization for any purpose. of the overall plan to organizations In an attempt to
Negro Roll of HonorThe Negroes inphiladelphia This commitment, agreed by extend mortgage availabilityto improve the entire housing
came last week when West Joseph J, Harris, chairmanof the community, the American picture in Philadelphia by pro-
outstanding e n and Patricia Roberts Harris' Philadelphia Federal Savingsand the board of West Philadelphia Bond and Mortgage pro- viding one million dollars in
women included in this article the first woman appointed as' Loan Association),! kgreed Federal Savings and Loan poses to contact churches, mortgage money.
illuminates the many and varied 'an ambassador to an American to accept mortgages, Submitted Association, 5225 Chestnut -. .
roles assumed by Negroesin E m bas s y. (Luxemburg: ) by Negro owned And'operated Street, and Charles''A, Ealy, -'_-. -_. ._--- -
the emergence of their race She is also the first Negro to American Bond and Mortgage chairman of theboard of
from centuries of bondage in second a nomination for a Company, totaling one American Bond Mortgage
America. This was compiledfor Presidential candidate (Lyn- million dollars. Company, adds a new dimen- ELECTRIFYINGDYNAMIC
this column, by the inter- don B. Johnson.Dr. This is the first tme in sions to credit availabijity to
mediate Pod Pat Lorah Park W, E. B. Dubois was Philadelphia's history that a Negroes in Philadelphia in the
Elementary School, under the the first Negro to receive a Ph.D. million dollars has been com- areas of new home buying and
instruction of Mr.Thirlee in Amrica (Harvard),
Smith Jr. Dr Ralph Bunchewas SENSATIONAL
Dr. Charles Drew: is best awarded the Nobel Peace
Zeta Phi Beta
known for his discovery of Prize in 1950 for his heroic PreparesFor
blood preservation.During the efforts in brhglng about peaceas
early years of World Warn he a mediator in Arab-Isreal Finer Womanhood WeekPlans Words you'll use to describethe
organized a blood collecting dispute. He has received over
service for the British Gov- 40 honorary degrees. hve been completedfor Culmination of the 1968 Finer performances of
ernment. His methods were Thurgood Marshallwasthe Finer Womanhood Week Womanhood celebration will
later followed throughout first Negro Solicitor Gen- celebration by the local chap- take place at the EvergladesHotel
America. eral for the United States Government ter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, on Saturday, Feb. 24, at
Robert A, Pelhaminvented He isnowa memberof Inc during Feb. 18-23. The 8 p.m. when Zeta will host its junrMITCHELL
statistical tabulating' the Supreme Court. international theme for this Community Fellowship Banquet -
machine used by the U,S,Government Carl Stokes-the first Negro celebration is "Black Women .
mayor of Cleveland Ohio. and their Role in the Streamof
Harriet Tubman -served as Walter Washington the American Life." Zeta chap- Mrs Mildred Bradham, International -
a nurse, scout and intelligence first mayor of Washington,
ters all over the United States Grand Basileus of
agent for the Union Army. D. C, and parts of Africa have been Zeta Phi Beta Sorority,' Inc.
Sojourner J Truth was a Dr. Ben e t t a Washington, challenged to this theme. will be the speaker for the banquet -
leader of the underground wife of Walter Washington is Mrs. Bradham, a nativeof
railroad by which thousands of the first Director of the Wo-
Local Zetas boast of week Atlanta, now residing in
Negroes escaped. men Job Corps filled with outstanding activities Jacksonville, is a Social Work
Jan. Matzeliger inventeda Richard Hatcher the first When him,
Group worship servicesa Consultant, world traveler, .you see at.
shoe stitching device whichis Negro mayor of Gary,Indiana t the st Paul AME Church and lecturer. She will treat the
still used by today's cobblers Air Force Ma]. Robert H, .. : .
will begin this week.Other activities Finer Womanhood theme as ,' .fYZK! yl ...,.
Lawrence the Nation's first during the week include she addresses an audience of /' :,:,: ;: ;/:/,
Benjaman A,Grenshaw-- Negro astronaut. ,., , ..
a "Mini Session" for Greek letter affiliates, Zeta '1 *' .''<
vented the directional signalfor Robert Weaver the first ri1:: ; II
Amicae '
Teenagers, sorority "Volun- community workers, '
automobiles Negro to serve in a Presi- teer Day" for the Heart Fund young people, Zeta Sorors and ,,
Granville T, Woods dential cabinet and the first to Drive, meritorious awards for friends 7ft S.
patented a receiver which he serve in the capacity of Urban outstanding community work-

invented for the Bell Tele- affairs and housing. ers and high school girls, and The local Basileus is Mrs. FATHER ALLEN'S \
phone Co.Carter, Martin Luther King Re- repledge services for sorors. Lenora B. Smith.
G, Woodsop- ceived the Nobel peace Prize
learned historian Initiated the for his civil rights victoriesin ; ';
idea of Negro History Week America. e rd. : l
John Hope Franklinwas We challenge you to share :1
th first Negro to be department the above worthwhile informa-
chairman of one of the tion with others .Qui your tHORSESHOEJ :1:1Cbf'
top ten universities InAmeri'ca family dinner,Quiz your ':
(U. of Chicago) friends at social gatherings.And '
Crispus Attucks was the boys and girls, quiz your Ti :
first American soldier killedin teachers and peers at school. :
Revolutionary War. For these are devoted Pil-
Peter Salem fired the first grims in a quest of a new and
shot at Bunker Hill. better tomorrow. Their com-
Petro Alonzo was a navigator bined courage, dedication and K
on the ship with Columbus inspiration enable the heritageof WULFF ROAD
when he sailed to America. the Negro in the twentieth East of Wulff Road Theatre
Archie Alexander a civil engineer century America.If .
built a system of tun- your class would like to
nels under the Iowa River. make a contribution to Negro EVERY NIGHTExcept
Carl Rowan was the first Heritage through this column,
Negro Ambassador. He was call Frederica Smith at 635- ( Thursdays)
ambassador to Finland 0222 or the Miami Tims. 10 P.M. to 2 A.M.

SAMMIE DAVIS, JR. IN BERLIN here are the officers and other members of the local chapterof
The Zeta Phi Beta Sorority as they met to make final arrangements SATURDAY MATINEE

Sammy Davis, Jr., once vowed never to perform for a Ger- for the celebration of Finer Womanhood Week, 3:30 P.M. to 7:30 P.M.
man audience He broke that vow to appear at a benefit for a which begins on Sunday. Seated, left to right, Vernay Jones,
German welfare organization known as Aid to Israel, with the secretary-treasurer; Laura Saunders, third vice president;
show's proceeds going to that country. Davis, a convert to Lenora Smith, basileus; Frankye Rolle, first anti-basileus;
Judaism, admitted that he was prejudiced against performingfor Ruth Polite, chairman executive committee. Standing, left to
Germans. "But I found out that I was no better a human right, Josephine Mackey, chaplain; Shirley Robinson, parliamentarian -
being than those who practiced prejudice and bigotry againstme ; Gwendolyn Goodman, secretary; Gladys_ Mith, > Y 1j
," said Davis. "I found out that to grow as a human being I second anti-basileus, and Alva Price, corres. secretary. Not
would: have to get rid of all the prejudice I had." shown: Willis Ann Gaines, publicity; Dorothy Lee, treasurer,
and Dorothy McKellar, historian. Diaz photo

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vice," a part of the "rand by Sorors and Amicae from Gamma Lambda Zeta Chap- is a graduate of Florida A&M
Basileus Ten-Point Program, the Region Special guest ter and A mica a of Daytona University, presently workingas Hear his latest smash
"New Dimensions The For- were: The Grand Basileus, hosted the conference with Physical Education Instructor hits !. .
ward Look," was the theme of Mildred C. Bradham, speakerat Soror Cloie Brunson Regional at Miami 11anSen- \
the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority the Public luncheon and Sor- Marshal, Soror Annie Han. ior High School. Also friend m "IT'S GROWING"
Southeastern Regional Con- or Jean Ann C. Lewisdirec- .berry Regional Director. May Bell Brayon of Miami, YOU AND ME BELONG TOGETHER""WOE '
ference heldattheBoyagerBeach tor of A Demonstration project : Soror Dorothy P. Lee, was elected Regional Presi- BE UNTO A WOMAN""BRING 5& '
Motel, Daytona Beach, for Summer Urban Orien- Tamis of Beta Tau Zeta Chap dent of Zeta Amicae for the IT ON HOME TO
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;t. .T""', '. .''''. " ..., .:f'r.!,'',''""'. .1IIt.1f,.. ,...,.....".J Art Exhibit At Liberty
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,' 1 The Liberty City Day Care meeting Feb. 26. Many visiI I
enter, 1900 NW 75th St., had tors have seen the inside of the ?
,.r Center since this exhibit
in attractive exhibition on Day Care r
.., ( ,rU Feb. S"Jroin,1 2p.m. ,including Mr.Hanna. ...... ,
The,art exhibit.was headed ,said the program,is a worthwhile -
Oti. ..i by. [Mrs, Willie Williams. one, and should always "
:. ). 2400 continue helping working par .
f WW,155th St., Qpalockateacher.jof :
L jitti '\ '''' room 7. ents.Mrs.
\ Williams, attractive :$8888 [ ,
The guests were: Mr. Fred mother, and teacher at Lib-
Hanna of Station WAME; Miss erty City Day Care Center, !
1 Gail Dickenson, art instructorat loves, children very much.She l'
; Lillie C. Evans Elementary has experience in Water Safetyfor f'
School; Benny O'Berry, the Amercan Red Cross, .j
Neighborhood Center direc- and is famous for her com- !lIp
munity work. She has taught .
tor.The --==. .
T exhibits consisted in several day care centers -
re R't't' four categories: (1)) Str ing{: and kindergartens.Mrs. MODEL 11PSOA WITH

Painting; (2) Cutting and pasting Williams and her coworkers PRIVATE LISTENING
; (3) Three dimensional and I will be having more
r, i # : (4)) Honorable mention. exciting programs in then EARPHONE
The exhibits will remain o:L
future. She said to her guests,
c. _,._.._:;. --- .... ..:;. ,_ _u_'...... ', ': JlI/SJ6 'ft display until after the parents: t "We love having you." $5.00

Shown are citizens of EOPI Culmer s Center in the Central Target Area being '

taught how to use the voting machines. Prior to the voting these future voters participated Drew To Open State DOWN
in a mock election where listened
, they to (mock) candidates campaigning
their positions on matters affecting community.: After the speeches, center director Drama FestivalPlays Call
Arthur King pointed out to 'these prospective, voters what to look for and evaluate 373-2971
in a political speech prior to voting. Charles R. Drew Junior which are: "Concert In
High School Drama Club has The Park," "Tell Dorie Not NO CREDIT
tl Culmer Center Community News been honored by being selected To Cry," and"A Dream.Come REQUIREDALSO
as the group to give the True. On March 18, 19

Last Thursday evening, Ar- ferral service.The Miami Opportunity State Employment Service. opening performance at the the troupe will present
thur H. King,Culmer's Center Center is a Florida Charles North, reporter. State High School Drama Fes- "Twelve Andry Women."
Director addressed the Sphinx tival, at Florida A&M University :
' Club on the War on Proverty," in Tallahassee, March FURNITURE
24-26. This is the first timea DENTURES
and the "Advantages of the *
Neighborhood Center in your Vizcaya Presents Tenth Annual Junior high school drama APPLIANCES
Comnranity." Mr. King was group has ever opened this HURT? STEREOSW.T.
well received by the organi- Artist's Day festival. The troupe will pre- .
Even the best fitting dentures tan be painful
zation. They pledged their sent, "Twelve Angry Women New medicated cream recommended by
support to dosomethingtangi- Artists of all ages are invit- ment and the V i z c a y a n's,a ," by Regionald Rose and When many dentists dentures relieves Irritate tender sore apply spots
ble in the future to help fight ed to paint in the formal gar- group which raises funds to "A Dream Come True,"by the OF*.III d. for fast, long.lasting relief Spe WELLS
clal ant) Irritant base helps comfortable
the War on Poverty.ST dens ofVizcaya located at 3251 help restore the famous Italian director, Clarence D. Brown.A adjustment I Antiseptic too,_soothes and COMPANY
South Miami Avenue free on Palace The public is encour- group of 43 students will attend helps odor prevent and denture In.- r+.";--."
VALENTINE'S DANCE the Sundays of Feb. 11 and 18 aged to visit Vizcaya duringthis the festival from the fectlon.ferlapplyOU.JELdu'I Don't luf. 1QoM 38 N.E. 7th Street

The ADC (Aid for Dependent from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00: p.m. special event, especiallyon school. now, and relieve .._,,' Miami, Florida 33132
Children) Mothers sponsoreda The art i s t' painting equip- Sunday February 25, when On Feb. 27, the troupe will gum pain In sec- -- J
St. Valentine's Day Dance at ment will be the pass for admittance the paintings will be on sale. present a Night of One-Act AsK pharmacistforOPajei O
the Tiki Club in Coconut Grove to the gardens and For further Information
Wednesday. The response was: grounds of the beautiful and inspiring please call recreaton Super-
wonderful and the proceedswill world famous James visor, Bruce Johnson at 371- ..
to Deering Estate. If the artist 3531.
go a very worthy cause.
\ wishes to do additional work

HOME MAKERS INVITEDAll during the week days the BLACK POWER !
artist's ribbon received'on EDISON SENIOR
Homemakers are invit- first entry will admit him.
ed to Join the HomemakersClub HIGH TO PRESENT
at Dixie Park Recreation Artists wishing to exhibit
Center, 401 NE 12th street their paintings in the open "THE BOYFRIEND"
Clothesline Sale You said it babylDade !
Classes are held every Tues- on Sunday,
day night and Wednesday Feb. 25 from 10 5 p.m. On Thursday and Friday,
morning for adults .nd youth.At will pay a $3.00 registrationfee Feb. 29 and March 1,at 8 p.m.
which will allow each ex- Miami Edison Sr. High
the Home Management hibitor a 10'x'0' display area School's Music and Drama Departments -
Department, 1931 NW 4th Ct., which he may set up anytime : will present the County's 200,000 Negro
Apt. 1, classes for adults are after 8 a.m. The registration Broadway Musical "The Boy-
held on Thursday morning and I fee also includes Judging friend" by Sandy Wilson.
Youth on Thursday evening.The paintings which must be turned Population Packs $160,000,000worth
Home Management Department in before 1:00 p.m. paintingsfor
assist Homemakersin judging will be restrictedto The Boyfriend is a witty, Power
of purchasing
budgeting, buying,prepara- those of Vizcaya subjects stylish cartoon of the roaring
ton of Surplus Food, and how painted at Vizcaya, however twenties It also spoofs the
to build a better family rela- paintings other than Vizcayan mechanics of old-style Annually.Call .
tionship.JOB scenes may be shown in the operetta, using flapper-type
Clothesline Sale. The exhibitIs music and lyrics. The rich
PLACEMENT UP limited topalntings only and boarding school girl falls in
other forms of art will not be love with the delivery boy who,
Black Power Green
Job placement is up 5%over accepted. The top paintings of course, turns out to be the it or
last month. Applicants are being Judged on the mound will re- son of a milllonare.
referred to the new Miami ceive cash awards.Artist's Power, but its Still the Stuff that
Opportunity Center formerly

Youth This center Opportunityh service adults sponsored day annually at Vizcaya by the is American's The Boyfriend attention first brought to Julie Makes the cash register jingle.ARE .

Andrews who originally created -
Dade County
well as youth. This center Metropolitan
the role of Polly.
and Recreation Depart
counsels, train, and some re- park


There are 6,000 fatherless boys'in Dade
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20 THE MIAMI TIMES,, Friday, February 16, 1968LCARS I

Minnie Caldwell, 2255 ]
DEATHSy They of the late NW 152 St., Opa-locka, died

I r MEMORIALS -----1m Feb. 10. Among survivors are 1AE

three daughters, Mesdames
Thelma Jones, Henry Mae

Barneman, Robertha Howard,

I famiy of the late loving memory of our sad'apd}Joving memory.of 4 4 services Earnest Saturday Blandingi?,2:00, Funeral p.m. '
husband d.tathe.r,'
I dear mother and wife, my Mt. Zion AME church'in'Opalocka. ; -
, .. ,
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Will Mitchell Taylor, 5224
A / n NW 24 Ct., died Feb. llth.

Among survivors are his wife, ,trodAndrew a

.. Louise; seven sisters, Mesdames -
j' DeShay 15925 NW
Maggie Davis, Josie L. ,
21 Ave. Opa-locka died Feb.
IRENE DIXON Hallerberger, Carrie Smith, ,
acknowledge with grate appreciation 10. Among his survivors are
Odessa Wolfolk
s 1 Annie Taylor, ,
,r v, all the kind acts of, Janie Allen, and Louise Head. widow, Alma; three sisters,
sympathy shown in the form oi Funeral services Saturday 11 Mesdames, Mildred Scruggs,
cards letters and Docia Webb Margaret Byer
prayers, a.m. in the chapel. ;
floral pieces, bestowed uponus four brothers, Sa m Thomas,
during our hours ofbe- Mrs. Caroline Lambert,239 Bornlee? and Jonnie; nieces

reavement. NW 16th St., apt. 12, died Feb. and 'nephews; five sisters-in-

J. ALLEN DYLES JR. Special thanks to Holy Re- 10. Among survivors are husband law; five brothers-in-law.
deemer and Range Funeral Willie; father, Rev. Na- Funeral srvices Saturday, 1

wish ,ito take this method, to Home. thaniel Clark; stepmother, p.m., Mt. Carmel Baptist.
Mrs. Lillian Clark; three sis
hank all friends and
B. Twilight and evening bell and ters, Mesdames, Sarah Ross,
neighbors, for cards,tele- MRS. WINNIFREDBAIN
grams, flowers and kindness ROGERS departed this life Feb. 2, after that the dark and may Muairl Clark and Edith I RANGE
there be sadness fare- Dames two brothers Cecil and
1966. no or ; Jane King knownto
shown us during our bereave- Mrs. Mary ,
ment. Special thanks to Range who departed this life Feb. 5,. Your gentle face and patient well, when I have crossed the Willard Clark. Funeral services the many members and

Funeral Home, Rev. Davis 1967. smile bar. Saturday ,friends of Greater Bethel AME

Male Chorus,Deacons,Deaconess The memory of you lives. With sadness we recall I Church Mother King" diedat
No. One Choir and all You left us with a broken heart. You had a kindly word for each Enid Major, daughtersix Clifford E. Moss, 7170 NW the family residence Friday -

". members of First Baptist of We love you, but God loves you And died beloved by all. grandchild one great 15 Ct., died Feb. 12. Among Mother King of 1401 NW
t, Brownsville. best, sleep on and take your grand and host of relatives. survivors are mother Louise; ,43 St., was a pioneer citizen

rest. Thy voice is mute and stilled one sister Evelyn Bethel; two (of the Miami area. Survivors

Edna Dyles, wife Mr. Joseph Rogers,husband the heart, IN MEMORIAM brothers, Charlie and James include her daughter Mrs.

Wilbur Dyles, son Doris Dorsett, Mildred Nix That loved us well and true, James Owens, 216 NW 9th Bessie Turner. Funeral ser-
Mary Hicks, sister i and Bernice Brown,daughters Ah, bitter was the trial to part St., died Feb. 5. Among his 'vices will beheld Saturday

Arthur Dial,Sr,brother ;Richard, Joseph Jr., James, From one so good as you. survivors are one daughter, Feb. 17, at 10 a.m. Greater

Ella Marble, aunt :Floyd, Charles, Leroy and Frances Ross. Arrangements Bethel AME Church

nieces and nephews Virgil, sons. You are not forgotten loved one are incomplete.Mrs. .

i Nor will you ever be, Mrs. Ola Mae White of7155
Rosa Lee Johnson and Vivian Elizabeth Henderson
Y As life and ,
long as 17th
memory NW Ave., Apt. 2,died re-
CARD OF Richardson sisters 167 SW 4th Street Homestead
THANKSThe Harry last cently. She is survived by her
Sands, brother. And a host of We will remember thee. died Feb. 6.Arrangements are parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dudley
family of the lateMARY grands and great grands.INMEMORIAM. incomplete.Mrs. .
White, Sr.; two children; four

We miss you now, our heartsare Ollie Groover, 1919 brothers, Sgt. Dudley White,

sore, NW 2nd Court, died Feb. 5th. Jr. Samuel, Thomas and
As Umegoesbywe miss more, Among survivors are three Bobby. Funeral services will

In loving memory of our Your loving smile your 1, r6 sons, Leonard, Herbert and be conducted Satudday, Feb.

k y nt dear. wife- mother- and sister, gentle face, Leroy; one sister, Anna Kyer; 17, at 11:00 a.m. in the chapel, ,
"' "
No one can fill your vacant one brother Arthur West. Fun- Mrs. Ada Jones of 5401 NW

.... place. eral services were held Saturday 13th Ave., Apt. 8, died recently. -
fro m New Hope. Baptist She is survived by a daughter -.
Martha W. Solomon, wife Church. -' ,:Mrs. JoAnn Williams;two:

.; 9t'q Robin Solomon, daughter DEACON LAFAYETTE CAlL Graveside services were sisters, Mesdames Julia

'1' r'" "," ''. Raymond Solomon, son passed February 13, 1958. held Thursday afternoon for Walker and Askie Mae Grant;

V'I' \' .. Sam B. Solomon, son His life is a beautiful memoryHis the infant Dianna Marie Mc- a brother Otis Myers.Funeral
J. :- Stacy Warren Solomon, son absence is a silent griefHe Cray, of 543 NW 7th Avenue, services will be conducted

L'b, ..,1 t' j sleeps in God's lovely Homestead, died Feb. 5. She Friday, Feb 16, at 1:00 p.m.
.'.r. "," Y gardenIn is survived by parents Mr.
II -.ut :' ;;" e CARD OF THANKSThe
sunshine and in perfect Jerry Rhemis,father and Mrs. Mrs. Carrie Carthan 6336

E. RUSSELL /ft1: family of the late peace. Lucile McCray, mother. NW 24th Ave., died Saturday
When the day of toil is done Infant Rodney A. Dempsey, Feb. 10 She is survived by her
wish to thank the many friends .. MRS. BLANCHE ROBERTS 21415 SW 120th husband Charlie sister
Ar When the race of life is run, Ave., Goulds, ; a
their kind-
and neighbors MRS. VIOLET FISHER CORNELL Fater, grant thy wearied one died Feb. 11. Among survi- Mrs. Lucy Howard. Funeral
her illness
ness shown during wishes to express gratitudeand rest for evermore. vors, are parents Paulette services will be conducted

and our bereavement. who departed this life Feb. 15, thanks to all who helpedto Dempsey and Elijah Newson; Friday, Feb. 16, at 12:00noon
thanks to Rev. Cou-
Special 1964. lighten our grief during our Leona Call, wife grandparents Mr.and Mrs Lu- in Mt.Calvary Baptist Church.
sin Choir No. One Usher
Christ will gather in His own recent bereavenent.Your ther Dempsey; grandmother,
Board No. Three and Range To the place where He is gone, prayers, visits, Carrie New son. Arrange- James C. Collins of 1840 NW

Funeral Home. Where their heart and trea- florals, telegrams cards, CARD OF THANKSThe ments are incomplete. 68th St., died Sunday, Feb. 11.

sure lie, telephone calls, letters and family of the late He is survived by a niece Lydia
The FamilyIN Where our life is hid on high other acts of kindness will IN MEMORIAMIn Mae Collie; four grand nieces

ever linger with us. Vera Mae, Mary Ann, Mamyeand
James Fisher, Sr., husband We also wish to extend our sad memory of the later Sophia Collie Funeral

MEMORIAMIn Deloris Forbes, Hazel thanks and appreciation to -.- services will be Monday, Feb.
Fisher, Melvina Gibson, Rev. S. A. Cousin and members r __ t} 19, at 3:00 Little Rock
sad, but loving memory of daughters. of Greater Bethel AME Baptist Church.

William Fisher Church, Rev. Fred Hicks,Rev. u

", ,- iIAAl. Carlton Fisher Aaron Hall, Rev.Harold Long,

Annie Sears, sister. Father Tyrrel Dear and the A IN MEMORIAMIn
Francis Funeral Home for efficient u

IN MEMORIAMIn service. memory of our dear
: husband and father
p ,
loving memory of my deai
Mrs. Naomi Cornell
,, Gooding, daughter

.. ELLEN JANE SMITH Charles Gooding, Jr., son-

James D. Roberts Jr. brother y 1 ,(
who passed to the great beyond I

Feb. 13, 1964, in Nassau, Bahamas -
Erskine A. Roberts,brother ,
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Mrs Irene Roberts
she rest in
May peace.
Straughter, sister.
; Mrs. Elsada Roberts and I
acknowledge with greatappre-
IN MEMORIAMIn ciation all the kind acts of SUTHERLANDwho
FRANCIS passed Feb. 15, 1966 intoa
1 __u ... memory of our loving mother sympathy shown in the formof peaceful rest. Rememberedby
1<1:;v. JAK1U3 W. DRAKE cards letters and
Mr. Ronald Enos Hepburn ,prayers, her devoted family as longas ,
floral "
pieces bestowed -
who departed this life Feb. 19, of 312 C NW 14th St., died, uponus life lasts.
hours of be
during our BISHOP
1951. Feb. 11 at the Veteran's Hos- MRS. CLARA GREEN HENRY CURTIS

t Sweet are the memories that. pital. Funeral services will beheld reavement. Mr. William N. Sutherland who departed this life Feb.
I fade Saturday, Feb. 17, 2-30 who departed! this life Jan.24, husband 10, 1967.

Of never one we loved but never save., p.m. at Temple Baptist Church 1956, and our dear brother, Special thanks tq the nurses Mrs. Ethel M. Richardson, "0 happj they in God who
in Intensive
Care at Jackson rest no
more byfear and doubt
Sleep on and take your rest, Rev. L, A. Thompson,officiating daughter
..' MARCELLUS GREEN Memorial Hospital, Mt. Tabor Delmar and I oppressed, Safe in thine own
We love you but God loves you i Survivors include wife, Angelo, grandsons -
Baptist Church the House of I eternity
our dear are living
Louise two sons Ronald Jr.
; ,
who departed this life Feb. 16 Albert and all our friends. unto thee."
and Andrew; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Linda Richardson,
wife and I Mrs. George Hepburn Sr. 1966. grand daughter-in-law Sadly missed
> Mrs. J. W. Drake, ;
Mrs. C hr IsUneC lark Mrs.
Gone but not forgotten. Arphelia Curtis and
two brothers George Jr. and UandJefferygreatgrandsons .
the Drake Club. ,
mother and family .familyr
The Green Family
, Albert; one sister Ethel. .



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RANGE Willie Walker of 2539 NW REV. ALBERT DIES SMITH I Tom! Adams Speaker at Rev. S.A. Cousin I

55 St., died Wednesday, Feb. Rev. Albert Smith,a Metho- .
is survived dist minister who served 39
7. He by his wife Testimonial

Carrie; a son Willie;and other years in Georgia before re- -- . ... ... .
relatives. Funeral services tiring and moving to Miami I I
were conducted Monday, Feb. where he served as assistant Florida Secretary of State said it will be held at Miami Jr., Henderson, N. C.; Mrs.

12, In the chapel 'pastor, oXSt., James AME Tom Adams! the principal Springs1''Villas; wlth''a'rkcep-; Lois Bernadine Murray,
"'-. Church:(Liberty City) andMt. speaker at the testi- tion at 7.pra. 'and dinner'af whose husband is pastorof

Zion AME.Church, Opa-ldckat, monial dinner i Wednesday, 7:30: .-i ::4.J Trinity A ME Church in Kan-
Mrs. Alberta Denson of 769 until his death, February'. (Feb. 21)), honoring Rev. S. A., Rev? Cousin, head of one ofFlorida''s'largest sas City, Kansas; Rev. P. R.
NW 67 St., died Tuesday,Feb. Rev. Smith was a WorldWa.rI Cousin, minister of'Miami'sBethel Negro con Cousin, pastor of St. Joseph

6. She Is survived by her buS veteran. Having served in AME Church for his gregations, Is a member of the AME Church, Durham, N. C.,

band Clyde; three daughters France. contributions to Dade County, Dade County Community Re- son Gary Edward Cousin, who
Vikki, Evelyn and Shirley He, is survived by his wife, it was announced this week. lations Board and has served'as lives with his parents In Mi-

Wright; a son Clyde Jr; mother Annie Lee; his son,Albert;his Mrs. Alice J. Barr, chairman a 'director of the Greater ami.Recently
Mrs. Lucinda Gatlin; two brothers daughters Mrs Verna the AME Churchesof
Singleton of a bi-racial dinner com- Miami Council of Churches,
George Williams and Mrs. Ann B. Smith and a mittee of Dade Community treasurer of the Greater Mi- Florida endorsed Dr.

Jimmy Gatlin;,a sister Edis foster daughter Mrs. VelmaE. leaders claiming the eventANNOUNCEMENT .. ami Ministerial Association, REV. S. A. COUSIN Cousin as Florida's favorite
Gatlin. Funeral services were Harper his brothers son to run for the post of bishop
; member of the Board of Sen- Miami for 11 years.Previously -
conducted Monday, Feb. 12 in James when the Church holds Its next
Smith of Cleveland
ior Citizen Centers of Miami, he had served his church in
the chapel. Ohio, John Smith of Buffalo meeting general conference In
member of the Cuban Refugee Tampa, Orlando, Daytona
N. Y.; his sister, Mrs. Alice The Community Sanctuary, Commission, and many other Beach and West Palm Beach. Philadelphia in May, 1968.
Albert Hordge of 2471 NW Picket, Cleveland Ohio; 17 formerly of Atlantic City,New civic organiza- Born in North Carolina and Dr. Cousin has been a dele-
154 St., died Wednesday, Feb. grandchildren and 11 great Jersey, is a religious,educational tions. raised in the Pittsburgh,Penn. gate to every general confer-
7. He Is survived by his wife grands; and other relatives. and charitable organi- Members of the Dinner area, Dr. Cousin received his ence of the AME Church since

Vergil Leefourbrothers Funeral services will be zation with temporary head- Committee in elude the Rt. Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor 1940 and has served two qua d-

Willie, Mitchell, Forest and held Friday, February 16, at quarters at 4911-A NW 26th Rev. E.G. Hatcher, Bishop of of Divinity degrees fromWilberforceUniversity rennlums as first assistant
Frank Jones. Funeral services 4 p.m., Mt. Z ion A ME Church, Ave The purpose of this mis- the AME Church In Florida; In secretary of the general con
were conducted Thurs- Opa-locka. sion is to teach and preach the State Sen. Richard Stone City Ohio. He has received several ference. For 12 years he has

day, Feb. 15, at 2:00: p.m. In Rev, Smith will be sent, to, Word of God from a monotheistic Commissioners Irwin honorary degrees" as. Doctorof served as a member of the

the chapel. Talbotton, ,Ga., and intermenton basis, regardless of Christie and M. Athalie Range; Divinity and Doctor of Laws General Conference Commission -

Sunday. race, color, creed, religious Rev. F. A. Allen, Victor Bain, from several institutions' of At the general confer-
Hilmon Jones of 2301 NW belief or denominationaldogma. L. L. Brooks,Edward B.John- higher learning,including Wil- ence in Cincinnati in 1964 he
71 St., died Tuesday, Feb. 6. berforce. received more than 400 votes
son, Jr., Charles North, Mrs.A. .
He Is survived by his wifeL RANGE We are not a denomination.We . Richardson. Dennis Smith. He and his wife, Mary,nave for Episcopal honors.
e s s i e Mae; two daughters Captain Samuel R. Stewart fellowship with all denominations Rev. Stafford Sweeting and three sons, one of whom is an Persons wishing reserva-
Betty and Carolyn; four sons HI of the United States Army, One Lord; one faith; Mrs. Ann Tab. AME minister, and a daughterwho tions for the dinner should call

Len, Charlie,Johnnie and Cal died in Saigon. He is survivedby one Baptism. Bible study class Dr. Cousin, has been pastorof is the wlfeof an AME minister Miss Yvonne Franks at 379-

vin; three sisters Mesdames his parents mother Mrs for all age groups Sunday 930: the Bethel AME Church in They are S. A. Cousin, 8250.
Viola Jones, Rosa Phillips and Rosa Stewart, assistant prin- a.m. Special studies for local

Mie CurleytwobrothersGillis cipal for curriculum at Lily preachers missionaries;

and A. B. Jones; seven C. Evans Elementary School; Sunday School teachers, and
grandchildren. Funeral ser- father Samuel Stewart advanced students; and prayer Pabst To Build New Brewery In Ga.James I

vices will be conducted Friday sister Rose; two children meeting 7:30 p.m.Wednesday.Allofouractlvltiesare. -

Feb. 16, at 3 p.m.In the chapel Sheryll and Michael Warren., C. Windham, Presi- Windham stated, "Houston I seer: in 1967 reached the rec-
The Stewarts live at 1337 NW r strictly Interdenominatioal dent of the Pabst Brewing Co., County has an abundant supplyof 4 ord figure 10,123,500 barrels -

John Hill, a student atAlla- 96th St.,Arrangements are in-, and nonsectarian. Allarewelcome. announced that due to the tre- the finest artesian well watJ J This represented an increase -
pattah Junior High School died I complete. Platform services, mendous Increase In sales of er in the entire South." De- of more than a million

Feb. 7, in Jackson Hospital. every Sunday 3:30: p.m. If you,; Pabst products, the Companyhas mand for Pabst products in the 1 barrels over the previous
John, of 4250 NW 12th Ave., is RICHARDSONMr. are looking for a church home purchased approximately southeast required construc- year's sales.since 1958,
survived by his parents Mr. we are looking for you. 700 acres in Georgia for con- tion of a plant In this fast- Pabst has shown a sales increase -
Noah Jordan 1745 NW
and Mrs. James Hill.Sr.; Elder Hezekiah Tinker, struction of a forty million growing region.,. of over six million bar-
49th St., died Feb. 11, in Ce-
three brothers, James, dars of Lebanon Hospital. He founder-moderator. dollar brewery with an annual Pabst does not contemplate rels.
Thomas and Larry; three sis- capacity of 1,500,000barrels. additional financing. Funds to
Is survived by a wife Frances
ters Patricia, Janice and ; The new plant will be locat- cover cost of expansion will be In addition to its headquarter -
one daughter Amy Lee one son
Gloria; his grandmothers ; ed six miles from Perry,a city generated internally by the brewery in Milwaukee, "
Miry Fulton and l Willie Mae Noah; three sisters, Mrs.Amy MRS. MERCER DIES In Houston County, Georgia. Company. Pabst has plants inPeori

Brown Funeral services were Lee Joiner, Mrs. Rosa L. M. Mrs Alleluiah Mercer, wife The brewery location Is to be Windham announced earlier Heights, Illinois,Newark,New

held Thursday, Feb. 15, at 3:30in : two Cleckley brothers, Mrs. ,Emma Ben ja min Felts and; of the Rev. George Thomas designated, Pabst ', Georgia this week that Pabst's sales of Jersey and Los Angeles, Calif.

the chapel. Mercer, died last Friday at When constructions is completed -
nieces and nephews.
Henry; in early summer of 1970
Funeral services will be con- North Shore Hospital, three
Williams Symonette of 2109 hours after she underwent: the brewery will employ about
ducted Saturday Feb. 17 at
NW 68th died Feb. 8. He 500 people. Couple
St., 2:00 p.m. in Greater Israel surgery for brain tumor.
is survived by his wife Eliza; Baptist Church. Funeral services were held I The new brewery is the third I

a son Jonathan; four daughters on Monday. major construction project

Mesdames Louise Roberts, Mrs.Mary Lomis of 1831 The Mercers own and operate announced by Pabst this win- Married At Last
Castella Rolle, Tanzy Humes Mercer's Religious Boo):: ter. Already underway are additions -
NW 73rd St., died Feb. 12, In
and Doreas Humes; 23 grand- Christian Hospita. She is survived Store at 1038 NW 36th St.,, to Pabst Milwaukee After months of unwanted in race.
children and three great grand cousin Mrs. Alese which supplies books to man:P Brewery with a spring, 1968 publicity through court The marriage took place
by a
children. Funeral serviceswill Louise churches in the community, completion date, and its battles, the birth of a baby last Saturday in a church cere-
Gill niece Mrs.
bee onducted Saturday, Lorms.; Funeral srvices will Her many friends will mis:;; Peoria Heights, Illinois brew- and the necessary waiting mony attended by only the

Feb. 17th, at 3:30 p.m. in the be conducted Thursday, Feb. Mrs. Mercer for her warn 1 i ery with a spring, 1969 com- period of time after the issu- couple's closet friends, as

Church of God of Prophecy. 15, at 4:00 p.m. in the chapel. and cheerful disposition. pletion date. ance of the license,James Van they had begged for no more

Hook, Jr., 35-year-oldbakery publicity.It .
Lawrence Jr. of II and his pretty Ger-
K. Bynum, Infant girl Edwards of 1374 employe,
760 NW 47th Ter., died Feb. 8 in I man-born 30-year-old fiancee was the first Interracial
NW 55th St., died Feb. ,
8. His survivors include his Jackson Memorial Hospital. Diane Peters, finally marriage In Florida since Reconstruction -
wife Beatrice; two sons Gre- exchanged vows to be man and day s,as there
Burial will be in Dade County When You .
gory and Lawrence HI; two Cemetery Feb. 15. wife, until death do they part. had been a State law forbiddinga
daughters Venessaand Mary; Their attorney, James Mat- marriage between a Negro
his mother Mrs.Annie Bynum; Want Good thews, went from court to I and a white person. But when
twobrothers Edward and higher court until the State'shighest the United StatesSupreme

David Kerr; a sister Mrs tribunal ordered the, Court in a Virginia case decided -
Gertrude Mat son. Funeral FRESH Fish issuance of the marriage license that such a law is cone ,I
that had been denied th I stitutional Florida had to
services will be conducted on Sheba E. Hepburn of ,
Saturday, Feb. 17at3:30p.m 320 NW 17th St., died Feb. 11 Come Get It pair: because of the difference I abide by the court's decision.
in St. James AME Church. in Jackson Hospital. She is

survived by her husband,William -
Mrs. Lizzie Hill of 1495 NW ; one son, Theodore, of Bill Introduced to Alert
67 St., died Feb. 9.She is sur- N. Y.; two grandchildren; two From The People Who J '

vived by her husband, Ray- great grandchildren. Funeral Students of Jr. College I'

mond; her parents, Mr.anc services will be held Saturday, Love To Serve You With a
Mrs. Jake Bryant; sisters and Feb. 17th, at 10:00 a.m. at St. ScholarshipsA
brothers-in-law, Mr. and Peter's African Orthodox
Mrs. Ray Guyler and Mr. ani I Church. Smile Come to bill to alert high school amount, sponsor, terms and

Mrs. Jimmy Clareton; a brother students to the availability of conditions of the plans offered.

Willie Everette; a sister Mrs. Lillian Washington of scholarships for junior col- Local school superinten-

Mildred; two aunts Mary Dur- 1422 NW 65th St., died Feb. 1, QUALITYSEAFOOD leges In Florida was Introduced dants, in turn, would be required -
ham and Mattie Wright. Fun- in Sunray Park Sanitarium. Monday in the Legislatureby to distribute the information -

eral services will be conducted She is survived by two devoted Rep. Harold Featherstoneof to every senior high In

Friday, Feb. 16, at 12:3C(I sons, Thomas and Charles Miami. their counties in such a man-
p.m. in Little Rock Baptist Johnson; and two grandchildren. CENTER ner that It would be availableto
The measure passed the students desiring to
Church InOpa-locka. Funeral services were participate -
10 from St Peter's Public Education Committeeof in scholarship pro- <
held Feb. ,
Henry Brow I of 424 NW 51 A. 0. Churclu Ave the ,House of Representatives grams. J:
5759 27th
St., died Feb;/ 9, inMlam i :l NW and is expected to go before !
of this bill said
Heart. Funeral services werE Mr.
conducted at 9 a.rr in Jackson Rep. Featherstone, "Will en-
Monday, A NW 4th Ct., died able students who may other- :
in the chapel. Feb. 9. He is survived -
Hospital, The bill would require the wise be forced to end their
his wife Diana; one
George Allen Cash,died re_ by and one sister of Nas- 6354794JOHN State Department of Education school graduation to be notified ;

cently in the Florida State hos,_ brother Funeral, services will be to supply, each county school of available financial aid
pital. He is survived by Mrs saUl Feb. 17 10a.m. superintendant with informa- so that they may have the op-
held Saturday, HOSKIHS JR. DOES
rela available to continue their '
Drucilla cash and other Peter's American tion relating to portunity
tives. Arrangements are incomplete at Catholic Saint Church J scholarships, including the educaton. ,


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Board Of Cohen Temple
.I' \ "" Mother's

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: '-',. ........ .:_. Celebrates Ninth AnniversaryThe

Mothers' Board of niversary celebration a suc- dent, Mrs. Rosa L, Storr ,

,, A, M, Cohen Temple Church of chairman, and Elder Jacob I
God in Christ celebrated its cess.Mrs.. Nancy Miles, presi Cohen, pastoralii
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ninth anniversary. The festivities -
began with a luscious dinner -

served' inthectpFchbasement )\ -
Ail persons attending
II'I the Sunday morning worshipwere
invited to dine, At four
o'clock the congregation reassembled -
in the auditorium '
of the church for the anniversary : 4
program. Guest speakerfor I :
-. u ivo' x3n \' *. the occasion was Mrs.
Maggie Johnson.

I (1I1urrI!I A baby contest highlightedthe
Iou uu Dttg day's activities. Members
of the mother's board served
along with parents as sponsors N +vYr'T.dMMw.
of the contesting b a b i e s:Ar- r
and Mrs.Arthur Jones first
W. i
.... Fa. Theo. R. Gibson, rector A.&.....,-.c( Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor place, $307.57, sponsored by t .-.+.r

Antoinette Silva, reporterA Loraine Fuller, reporterThe Mesdames Vernella Dickerson -
meeting of the Inter-re- pastor wish to thank the and Jean Storr. Jonathan

ligious Inter-racial Council | choirs, ushers and all mem- Joseph, son of Mr. and Mrs
was held Sunday at Plymouth bers who accompanied him to Alfred Joseph, second place,
Congregational Church. This ; the 38th annual session of the $302,00, sponsored by Mesdames -
council is composed of youth Seaboard Association, wherehe Edna Thompson and ]

of various religions and races. delivered the closing ser- Josie Cohen. Ervin Clerk, son J,
It is mainly a service club of of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin-Clerk, I
\ Coconut Grove Youth and is mon.The pastor also wish to third place, $209.00.
,< still in the process of or- thank Rev. Q. Davis, officers
I ganizing.On and members for their cooperation Total proceeds from the ,
Feb. 11, the South Florida in conducting the contest amounted to 81857.
'I EYC Deanery met at Holy services at our church while Arthur Stephen Jones,received k1?

Comforter Episcopal Church. he was attend the association.Our a U. S. Savings Bond and
The meeting was very inspir- prayer meeting and the secondandthirdplacewln-
ing and featured three youth Bible class is held every ners received useful gifts
....... .
from Coral Park High who are Thursday, at 8 p.m. The
members of the Fellowship of ELDER ROBERT WALKERWe superintendent of our Sunday The Mothers' Board wish to
Christian Athletes, who gave School Deacon Lee Temple urge extend sincere thanks and appreciation -
thank God for our pastor
Top : Left to right: Mesdames Vernella
their views on Christ. all Sunday school teachersto to everyone wht
Elder Robert Walker, his or- Dickerson Josie Cohen Joan and Edna
Full service with the new please attend. helped to make their ninth an-
Liturgy will begin the first daination was held Jan. 17, at Let us continue to pray for Bottom picture: Rear, left to right and standing: Mrs.

Sunday in Lent. This is a Springfield Baptist Church, our sick and shut-ins,bereaved Nancy Miles, Mrs. Rosa Storr. Seated: Left to right: Mrs.
change of service from what is 4952 NW 27th Ave. We are inviting fmilies and the boys in the ST. JAMES AME Arthur Jones, Mrs. Alfred Joseph and Little Jonathan
now in the standard Protestant everyone to attend our armed services. Joseph, Mrs. Ervin Clerk and Little Ervin Clerk.
Prayer book.Don't Bible Class each Wednesday, Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastor
at 7 p.m. Come to church and Joseph Marshall, reporterWe
miss the dancing and
dining of the Shrove Tuesday have your faith uplifted GRACE were indeed happy to ZION HOPERev. FRIENDSHIP

*' Dinner on Feb 27.Tickets are PRESBYTERIANMR. have with us Rev. S. L. Gay
and congregation from Mt. Pau Freeman, pastor Rev. J. E.Jenkins,pastor
now on sale. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Sis.E. Jackson reporterThe Lee Carr reporterNow
Herman AME; of Opa-locka, Ruby ,
Get well wishes are extended if No.; One Choir will havea that Seaboard Association
who was in charge of the ser- our -
to "Let all those that seek thee
Rev. Reeves Mrs.
Rosina Gibson and Mrs., Marie rejoice and be glad in thee:And vices, at 3:00: p.m., and Rev.J. program Tuesday night Feb. has concluded a very
20 is invited successful 38th annual session
Clark. let such as love thy salvationsay J. Williams and congregation every one to at-
continually, letGodbe from Metropolitan AME tend. The president of Choir with Rev. W. H. Edwards our

EVERGREEN magnified." This verse from who was in charge of the 7:00 No. One is asking all members efficient moderator.
p.m. services. for their loyal support in all Come Sunday we expect our
Psalms is the golden tex of the
MISSIONARY lesson sermon tober.eadinall The pastor, andchurch these programs, for they are pastor to be with us all day.
Rev C. H. Smith, pastor Christian Science Churchesthis family join in to thank-you working toward their anni During his absence one of our
Minnie Hunter, reporterWe Sunday. for making our twenty-first versary.Rev. associate ministers Rev.

are temporarily locatedat The Fifth Church of Christ annual homecoming a success and Mrs. J. C. Woodward Stanley Johnson preached an
Mt. Aaron Baptist Church, Scientist, 1600 NW 54th St., and special thanks to Mt.Her wish to announce the inspiring sermon.
1701 NW 69th St. welcomes all.GREATER. man and Metropolitan AME marriage of their daughter in We wish our members who
We would like to thank the _-- L Church's.Mrs. February in Cleaven Mississippi are ill a speedy recovery.See .

Herman Thomas Gospel NEWMACEDONIA :] CLARENCE PATTERSON Martha Nickolson and you in church next Sun-
Chorus and the Choral Groupof February-ites are having a We are still asking for the day, come to church so that we
Miami for the musical pro Mr. Clarence Patterson, dinner sale at the Paridi Hall, prayers of the church for the may fellowship with one another -
rendered on Feb 11 for Rev. Roscoe Jac.kson, pastor sick and shut-in and bereaved .
gram superintendent of the Dade Saturday, Feb. 17, all day.Also -
a tremendous job well done. Willie J. Beard, reporter families.We
County Waste Division, will at 8 p.m.the February-Ites .
There will be tea Sun-
You are cordially invited to a on speak this Sunday, Feb. 18, at will have a night of games are saying to all our
from 4 to 6 It will be
attend a Bar-B-Que at 1701 p.m. 7 p.m., at the Church,NW 14th and fun, at 980 NWLittle River visitors that you are welcometo BROWNSVILLE BAPTIST
held at the church and is
NW 69th St., Saturday, Feb. being Ave., at 69th St. The purpose Drive at the home of Mrs. worship with us.
17, beginning at 3 p.m. Alsoa sponsored by the Missionary of his address is to help us,as William Burroughs, Jr. Rev. J. E. Wright, pastor
tea will be held at the home Society in behalf of Men's Day.
citizens and neighbors, to Sympathy to Annie M, Cox The pastor officers, and
of Miss ZelbraMcNealat2770NW They are asking for your cooperation beautify our community and family in their loss of NEW PROVIDENCE members wish to thank Rev.

43rd Terr., apt. 5,Sunday and support. Sister through improved garbage and Mother Law and also Mrs.Ann James Harris for his powerful
Feb. 18, from 4 to 6p.m.Your Alberta Men's Williams will is president.Our trash disposal. This subjectwas Smith and family in loss of her Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor message on last Sunday after
presence at these affairs will Day begin on one of the first concerns father. Arsula Edwards, reporterOur noon, for our women day kick
before the
Thursday night
be greatly appreciated. brought up in several block Mrs. Nathan regular meeting
third in next month and G. and Stewardess off.There
The program of the C Lord Sunday club meetings; and it was decided Board No. Three will Is held each Tuesday night at will be a BarBQuesale
conclude the third
C's scheduled for thethird Sunday that a resource person sponsor a "Valentine Tea" at 7:30: this Friday and Saturday,
Sunday has been changed to the night. speak to us, and answer our her home, 7036 NW 19th Ave. Consecration hour of prayer at the church.We .
fourth Sunday night. Thursday and night, Rev P. D.of questions, on this subject. The Feb. 18, 4. 6 p.m. Let us give is held each Sunday morn- welcome you to worshipwith
We are happy to have so, Brantley Mt. Carmel congregation public is cordially invited to them our full support.To ing at 5 ::00. We are asking all us each Lord's Day. Pray-
many Christians joining withus M. B. Church are attend this occasion. Block our sick and shut-ins remember members and friends to attendas ers go out for all the sick and
scheduled to kick-off the
and the many visitors that program clubs are families in a block that the watchful eye we unite in prayer. shut-ins.
we are maintaining. You are meeting together once or twicea Let us not
of God is with younight and forget our BTU .
:ordially welcome to come and I Friday night a minister
month for fellowship and
Sunday evening at 5:30.: Con-
worship at God's Church. Tallahassee, whose day."You
for doing something about Improving tinue in
name will be announced later are always welcome to prayer our sick, BAHA'IS OF MIAMI
The pastor would like to
the immediate neigh- shut-ins and those
the Friendly church. who are bereaved -
will be the
\ thank the entire church for speaker.The borhood inwhich we live Mrs. Visitors are always Members of the Local Spiritual -
making it possible for him to speaker for Sunday Lillian Hutcheson, community welcome. Assemblies of Miami, Miami I
go to the Association,alsoSIs- morning will be Rev. W. E. organizer at the Liberty City TEMPLE Beach, and North Dade,
ter Jessie Smith Sims, pastor NewHope Mis- Neighborhood Center, 1900 will consult with the Florida

sionary Baptist Church. NW 75th St., is working indus- Funeral services for Ronald Baha'i State Goals Sunday,
The speaker for the even- triously to help new block Hepburn, son of Deacon and PEACEFUL ZION Feb. 18, in the Club Room of
HOPEWELLRev. ing will be Rev.J.W.Stephenson clubs develop Mrs. George E. Hepburn, will Rev. c. P. Perston, pastorL. the Dupont Towers in Fort

J. J.Sheffield,pastor pastor of Antioch M. B. be held Saturday, at 2:30: p.m. Washington,reporter Lauderdale. This will be a
Charlie M, Mack,reporter Church. This Sunday morning, at 11 Mr. Hepburn passed Sunday Saturday pies will be on sale briefing session onproclamation -
Thursday, 8 p.m. Rev. tar- Remember : the men are a.m. service in song,"Christ evening at the Veterans at the church, sponsored by the of the Baha'i Faith for the
pley and congregatin will taxed $15.00, the women, $10, in the Psalms," will be pre- Hospital Coral Gables. remainder of a NineYearPlan

render services with us. and the auxiliaries $300. The sented, under the auspices of The No. One Choir, DeaconR men.No.. One Usher Board wish which will end in 1973.
Please come out. taxation can be payed through the Grace choir. We thank Hepburn, director and Mrs. to thank everyone in celebrat The purpose of this plan is to
Sunday at 3 p.m.Rev.J. E. Brother Willie Beard, assis- Mrs. Ursula Higgs, director, A, Newbold, president, will ing their anniversary.The acquaint all mankind with the
Brown and congregation will[ tant recordingfinancial and Mrs. Louise Faniel, hold its homecoming program youth wish to thank principles, the purpose, and
anniversary. secretary at any time, president, for making this outstanding Sunday, at 3:30: p.m All are for your support in their festival you I I objectives of the Baha'i Faith.
: i Brother Perry White, gen- musical service Invited The affair promisesto You are welcome to attend Mr. GeorgeSavittPhilOssoi(
a the grounds. The public is in- eral chairman and Bro. Gar- possible. We invite you to be be an interest ing and inspiring services, 6800 NW 24th Ave. fer) is vice-chairman of the

; ,\ vited. field Leland, is co-chairman. present. one. State Goals Committee.

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Rev. Johnie Torrence, pastor Rev. p.w.Wiggins,pastor Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor On Sunday, Feb. 11, we climaxed Rev. A. M.Griffin,pastor MEETS AT
Mrs. Athalie Range, Miami Sunday will be Tithes Day. our pastor's ninth anni- Cheryl English,reporter

Lucile Torrence, reporter City Commissioner, will All members know their obli- versary with a sermon by Rev. NEW BETHELThe
Women's Day is comingsoon be guest speaker at the second gation for this day. Choir No. H. W. Moss of Homestead Saturday, the No. One Usher

and the members are annual banquet presented by 1 and Usher Board No. 2 will along with his choir. Board will have a sale at the Atlantic Coast Baptist

busyworking to make this day the ladies of Antioch Baptist serve in the morning and Choir Other guest ministers and home of Brother Colson, at Association will hold Its 37th
successful. at 8 p.m. March 9,at the Ever- No. 21 and Usher' Board No. 1 congregations wee Rev E.R. 1219 NW 40th St. annual session, Feb. 21-25 at

Oa this -glades hotel. will serve in the night service. Ferguson of Bulah Baptist New Bethel
Saturday there ,
will Baptist Church i
Mrs. Dora O.i the fourth theUsher's ) ,
be a sale at the home of Sis. Lundy chair- All roads lead to St. Marfsusher' Rev. E. J.Clark of Central and Sunday NW 68th Ter., between 15th
man for the affair with Mrs.Alberta board 'annual ;Calander Federation will con-
Jessie Torrence 1431 NW 68 Rev. I W. Hepburn of Bethle- and 17th Avenues,Rev.Ernest
Battle, Mrs. Mildred Tea''; Sunday, Feb. 18 4 to 6 vene at the church. Our pas-
St., stop by for a dinner or call Baptist. Williams, pastor Thewel-
Pinckney tor Rev. A. M. Griffin will
Mrs. Lois Waters
p.m. Everyone is invited.
696-5618 for The and
delivery Ways pre- come
,dinners program will be Tues-
Mrs. Both choirs
Gladys Robinson preach. are asked
Mrs. Let us not sales
will be ready at 12:00 noon sented pastor Williams with a day evening at 8 p.m. when a
Anna Battle to
donation for dinners, 100. and Mrs. Lillie Ross, Saturday sponsored by the.Men's crown of bills and his wife Vir- sang. number of choirs and commun-

Also the No. One Choir willhave Mrs. Bernice Walker. day committee.For orders ginia Williams with a money ity leaders of various groups
Persons desirous of pur- call '7581601.Let If the weather permits there
a sale at the home of Sister coursarge.The will be will participate. Three ses-
chasing tickets baptism Sunday.
($6.00 each)
us to for
Lula pray pastor wish to thank sions
Carter 1119 will be held
NW 58th may call NE 5-6786andOX1- all sick and Members please visit the daily. The
shut-ins. A
Terrace.On 2865. everyone who played a part In sick and shut-Ins. public is invited.
card call from
or phone
you his Ninth
Sunday at 3:00 Anniversary.
p.m., The No. Two Choir will pre- will let them know that we are .
chairman of the Women's
Day sent its Pre-St. Patrick's Day thinking of them.
will sponsor a program at the Tea at Centervilla Kinder-

church.preach.Rev. Weatherspoonwill garten, 5861 NW 17th Ave.,on CALVARY 1t11e 1L11 of "JIf aiilt

March 10th from 3:30 5:30
Weekly activities Rev. S. Atchison pastor -
: Monday P.m. --- -
Rev. Ferguson; Wednesday, Phyllis Beal, reporterAt ---
Rev. Leonard; Tuesday, Rev. 'GIo :Jilf n.rribfd

Andrew Jackson; Thursday, FIRST BAPTIST five o'clockeverySunday 1 EE ID&:. in t f
Rev. Torrence. If you miss BTU Is being held. This Sun- ['[C!hUL k
these sermons you will miss a R2v. W. M. Davis, pastor day the Intermediate classesare @((2 l1i1[ 1 ; Utrlaeting *Irmorgj

treat, the public is cordially Donella Turner, reporterThe sponsoring a panel discus J: II j
-j ((Ii) anJ
invited to come and worshipwith sion. You're invited to this informative U
us. church and pastor will meeting. and hi i. trpfr.
worship at the Mt. Sinai Bap- Have .. __ .
you registered yet ? (
3lorida's I !ftn.t
tist Church in .
Gifford, Fla., Well the time Is now. Every

GREATER NEW BETHEL the Rev. R. W. Williams,pas- Sunday there will be someoneto QIcIItge! !

tor, Friday night, Feb. 16,for register you. -
Rev. W.K. Smith, pastor the Florida East Coat Asso- III-. .-
The No. Two Usher Board
ciation. The pastor will be the
Alice Irving, reporter Voice at will be selling every Saturday INSCRIBED FOR ETERNITY AND IN FAITH TO THEIR PROMISE THAT
Midnight. The Male
There will be an old fashion
fish fry at the home of Sister Chous is also invited to appear afternoon. Don't cook eat out THE "CHURCH BUILDS FOR YOUTH"Following

Carrie Davis, 16220 NW 18th on a program Friday night, and enjoy yourself.Thank you ( are listed the names of Churches and Pastors who are up to date
in their pledges and to the FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE
sponsored by the Laymen, at payments
Ave, this Saturday night, in behalf Prayer meeting every .
the Building Fund.)
of Women's Day. Friendship Baptist Churchin Thursday night.Remember,
Our deepest sympathy to Gilford. Rev. L. Green is the sick and MT. CARMEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Tallahassee), Rev. T. S. Loften

Deacon and Sister Childs. pastor. shut-Ins. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH (Tallahassee), Rev. J. A. Clausell
Deacon Childs lost his father. The fourth Sunday after noon MACEDONIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Gainesville), Rev. S. M. Daniels

Choir No. One will be in the No. One Choir will spon- CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami), Rev. 0. Wll

charge of auxiliary class Sun- sor a Tea Form Fashionettain MT. SINAI PILGRIM LODGE BAPTIST CHURCH (Century), Rev. R. C, Young
day morning.* the church dining room from MT. NEBO BAPTIST CHURCH (DeFuniak Springs) Rev J, C. Woods

There will be a sale at the 4to6p.m. Rev. C. Albury, pastor MT. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. S. Atchison

home of Brother Joe Cook, To all our sick, we hope for Patricia Austin, reporterThe FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH (KeyLargo), Rev.R. Colvin
you a speedy recovery. NEW BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. E. Williams
1950 Service Road Feb. 24
pastor preach Fri- GLENDALE BAPTIST CHURCH (Richmond Heights), Rev. J, Coats
in behalf of Usher Board No. CHRISTIANFELLOWSHIP day, at 11 a.m. at st, Peter's MT. PLEASANT BAPTIST CHURCH (Goulds), Rev A, H. Lockett

Two. Baptist Church, Gifford in behalf ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH (Brownsville) Rev. J. W, Stepherson
Circle this date on your cal- of the Women's Mis- GREATER TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH (Dania) Rev. J. L. Hardwick

ender: February 25th, mike Rev. P S. Brown pastorM sionary and Educational Dis- MACEDONIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. J, A. F. Finlayson "
planto attend the ,
; PreWomen's
L Nixon trictConvention.i, Plan toaU NEW BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH (W. Palm Beach), Rev. D.N. C(
Tea to be held at
Day tend.
the church, from 4 6 p.m. Our Junior Ushers will be-
MT. CARMEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Gainesville), Rev. T. A. Wright
Sister Mary King will be the gin their car wash project Saturday Lemon and Potato pies will
ST. MARY BAPTIST CHURCH (Bradenton) Rev R. HammondMT.
guest speaker. She Isady- February 17th.The be on sale in the annex of the
SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. W. A. Rogers
namic and is church Sunday, Feb. 18,Sister
speaker sure to price is only one dollar. Din-
NEW REDEEM BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. E, I. Norman
set hearts fire. Vari- will also Doris Hutcheson and group.
your on ners an apple pies
BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Tallahassee) Rev. C. K. Steele
ous other persons and groups be sold by the choir Saturdayat Pensacola Rev. Goram
will be on program. noon until after 8 p.m. You\ EBENEZER BAPTIST CHURCH (Hallandale) Rev. 0. W. FosterST.
Prayer services are held may come for your meals at TRANSFIGURATION
JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH (Ormond) Rev J. T. Tanner
every Tuesday night. You are 727 NW 46th St. call 7540311for ST. JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH (Belle Glade) Rev. J. B. Adams

invited. delivery. .' Father E. S. Clarke, vicar DAYSPRING BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. C. A. Weaver

Deacon George Washingtonis I It Is "Fiesta Time",Friday FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH (Clewiston) Rev. L. H. King
improving at Mt.Sinai Hos 6' til midnight Saturday SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. J. C, Sams

JORDAN GROVE pital. He is expected to be': noon til 10:00 p.m., at the MT. CANAAN BAPTIST CHURCH (Pensacola) Rev. J. S. Young
home in a day or two.Continueto t church grounds, 15260 NW 19 SIXTH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH (Pensacola) Rev. R. L. Hill

Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor pray for him and others who Avenue, Opa-locka. The fol- NEW MT. MORIAH BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. A, L. Shipp

Eddie Gilbert, reporter are ill. lowing things will featured: SPRINGHILL BAPTIST CHURCH (Gainsville) Rev. T. D. Davis

On this Saturday, dinners Danc lag, Cake walk, conch ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH (Liberty City) Rev. p. W. Wiggins
will be served from 3 p.m.un- fritter sale, Dinner sale, Fish TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. L. A. Thompson

til. All are asked to partici NEW MT. MORIAH pond, etc. Do come, we guar- MT OLIVETTE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. I. C, Mickins
pate. antee a lot of fun.See you then! SWEETFIELD BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. P. J. Curry

Sunday at 3 p.m. the Male Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor ST. LUKE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. P. W. Williams

Chorus of Antioch Baptist of Evelyn Souter, reporterThe FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH (Bunche Park) Rev. W. J. Macon

Liberty City will meetour pastor and youth wantsto ; TRIUMPH FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH(Pine Grove-Ft Lauderdale) Rev. C. V. Ford

Male: Chorus in a Band of Songs thank Mrs. A. Range, Miss MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. E, T.Graham

contest. The public is invitedto Marie White, Shiloh Jr.Choir I Rev W. J. Roberts, pastor MT. SINAI BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. C. O. Albury
come out and witness these Greater Bethel Jr. Choir oOpalocks i t NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Hollywood) Rev. H. W. Wright
great singers. : and others who attended Oa Sunday, 3:30 p.m., Feb. GREATER NEW BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. W, K. Smith

The Willing Workers will our annual Youth Day. 18, there will be a Tea andwas NEW PROVIDENCE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. C. J, Burney

celebrate their 10th anniversary Crowned again this year, Fashion Show, at the homed NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. W. E. Sims

on the fourth Sunday in the Miss Gwendolyn Taylor, an I of Mot J. Murray, 1935 NW76St. SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH (Homestead) Rev. K. L. McGriff

month. Rev. S. Atchison will Mr. Larry Souter. Missionary Mac Swain of MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Orlando) Rev. N. G. Staggers
the Church of God In Christ
deliver the anniversary Prayer meeting and Bible PHILADELPHIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. J, W, Johnson
sermon Sister Dixon is presi- study tonight (Thursday), at will be the speaker. She is a ABYSCNIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. B. L. Wynn

8 p.m. dynamic speaker, and if you ST. MARK BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. C. Wade .

dent.The No. One Choir will sell Remember the sick, shut- miss this occasion you will be NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Ft. Lauderdale) Rev. G. W. Phillips

ice cream in the kitchen after ins, our pastor, bereaved t sorry. ZION HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. P. Freeman
Sunday School. The Willing families and those inthearmed MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Vero Beach) Rev. J. W. Taylor '

Workers will sell pies and services in your prayers. ZION HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. E. R. Simpson
coffee after service. PRINCE OF PEACERev. SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. A, B. ColemanST.

Visitors wel- MARTHA BAPTIST CHURCH (Oak Hill) Rev. E. L. Merrick '
are always R. Seays, pastor EMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. S. L. Badger
come. MT. OLIVETTESunday Bernice Griffin, reporter ELIZABETH BAPTIST CHURCH (Arcadia) Rev. C. S. Felder
Let us continue to pray
the sick and destitute.CITYWIDE Oil Friday there will be fish MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Bimini) Rev. J. R. Smith
Feb. 18, we will ob- dinners sold at the ho me of BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH (Sarasota) Rev. A. H. Howell
serve our annual 18th Annual L Deacon andS is ter Freddie MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH (Ft Pierce) Rev. Cliffen

Men's Day. The public is cor- Smith, 5728 Wiley St., Holly- OAK GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH (Geneva) Rev. H. J. Clark
MISSIONThe dially invited to attend. Dea- wood. ST. PAUL BAPTIST CHURCH (Badwin) Rev. H. L. Baker

con Nevis Collie is chairman; MT. ZION PROGRESSIVE BAPTIST CHURCH (Lake Wales) Rev. J. D. Johnson
City-Wide Mission will Brother Edward Reed and I On Wednesday night after NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (St. Petersburg) Rev. J. L. Fennell

meet with Matthew Temple, peter Tucker are cochairmen prayer services, there will be NEW SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. A. M. Griffin .

5632 NW 31st Avenue,Sunday, Rev. I. C. M i Ic kens Is i a benefit program given In behalf SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH (St. Petersburg) Rev. E. D. Davis

Feb. 18, at 3 p.m.Members pastor of our church funds. The above /list covers the State of Florida

and friends are Rev. S. T. Johnson Church pastor Let's remember our less FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE (now under construction at
Zion Baptist ,
of Mount fortunate and service
Invited our men
Mrs. Ruth R Lucas, will serve as & LeJeune Rd.
host president, and Mrs. Daytona Beach In our prayers. NW 156tk St. )
the morning speaker. ,
Lula Moon is guest president.

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?d THE MIAMI TIMES Friday. February 16.. 1968 -
Happening-s'At Drew DORSEY DIARYNegro

I History Week is observed appeal to all Dorseyltes to w
: Junior High SchoolThe each year from Feb. 11 show the community and the y
to 17, during which time students Dorsey family that Dorsey is M l
faculty and students of day's Youth in Tomorrow's all over the nation re- indeed Number One.posters
/ the recently-completed Drew World." bring to the forefront the many in the hall emphasized conduct
: Junior High School are going Few students from any accomplishments of the Negro and behavior. Students Mrs.
places, ,meeting people, and school Dade County are able and his numerous contributions E.' 'Wilson made Valentine decorations
doing things. to boast of field trips that cost to history In this : as a group prO)act and
The Guidance Department them nothing except in inter week's issue of the Golden the halls and and'cafeteria of
launched Us "imagebullding"project est and time, but the Barracudas Eagle, Marilyn Edwards, Dorsey have been. appropriately
on February 1st,when have enjoyed many such Juanita Smith, and Mrs. T. 'decorated.:
Mrs. DeVera Edwards visitedour trips. The latest of these took Keels, library aide presenteda Mrs.M. Adderly, troop : j
campus. Mrs. Edwards is place Saturday, Feb. 10, when salute to N e g r 0 His tor y leader of Dorsey Girl Scout AIw Nr rtqtI
a good grooming counsultant eighty students a nd eight Week. This issue should be Troop No. 249, says that the I ?
from pharmacoCo., Inc.,pro- teachers traveled to the saved by true Dorseyites, and Girl Scouts are now involvedin
ducers of Artra, Chooz Sul- Florida State Fair in Tampa. is on display in the main hall. their Cookie Sale, so if any
fur -, 8, and Glossy 8 pro- Valentine's Day in the Bar Negroes have played an important of the Girl Scouts approach you
ducts. During the two days of racuda's tank will be observed part in the develop- with the fifty cents a sweet
her visit, Mrs.:Edwards con- belatedly with a post-Val.- ment of Amor lean history,beginning treat that's mighty hard to
ducted large and small group entine's Day Dance; Feb. 15, with Crispus Attucks, beat!
demonstrations and gave some at 3:30: p.m. in the cafeteria. the first man to die in the Lawrence Smith reportsin
lectures on some of the fine Tickets will go on sale in the American Revolution, to be the Golden Eagle that intra
points of make-up and good Guidance Office Wednesday, present United States Supreme mural football season ended
grooming. The program was Feb. 14. No tickets will be sold Court Justice, Thurgood Marshall with the Golden Eagles, Mr.E.
labeled "Strictly for the at the door. The Golden Eagle listsa Clapp's P. E. classes,crown
Girls," indicating the sex of On Feb. 16, Mrs.Gwendolyn number of alumni of Dorsey ed as the winningest classes on
the participants Jennings, teacher of general who have continued in this tradition the campus. They were nam-
On Feb. 9, the students and business and typing,will serveas --and these are too numerous ed Dorsey Junior High's 1967 e't
teachers of Little School I, the moderator of a second panelof 1 to mention. But you too, Midget Champions and 1967 ,, i
students of whom are pre- local citizens who have as Dorseyites, can make your Giant Champions in football.As +3't +WM

dominantly sixth graders, had achieved some degree of success mark and contribution as an we type this article, the ----. .-.--...-...... ....+..rrr
the pleasure of listening to a in their fields of en American! game is yet to be played between
panel of local citizens who deavor. The guest panelistsfor The Honor Society assembly Dorsey and Mays at Miami -
: pave come up through the this program will be Mrs. last Monday was a good example Springs Junior High. For (Top) Informal pose of Dorsey-Student Council t
ranks of proper education and Miriam Pratt, Mrs. Dana D. of over forty boys and the county championship in which has sponsored dances, assemblies, fund raising
hard work to aposition of Chapman and Mr. Garth girls at Dorsey who are well class B Basketball Both teams activities, and have been on several field trips this
dlnity. Moderated by Mrs. Reeves.Mr. on the road tosucce ssand are true champions for having year. Known for their courteous and cooperative behavior,
Thelma Brimberry, a member Edwin Demeritte, activities achievement by making the moved up to the zone champ- they are setting a fine example for the entire student
I of the Little School ni Lan chairman andcoun- most of their educational op- ionships, and both deserve body of Dorsey Junior High.
,, guageArtsSocialStudlesreading selor for Lttle School HI, an- portunities. As Paulette Wal- praise. True sportsmanshipand
team, the panel consisted nounces that on Feb. 21 and 22a lace said: "The Dorsey Jun- victory has already been
I of Messers Dewey group of 160 students are ior High School chapter of the realized at Dorsey, and is (Bottom) "Saints and Devils" is the name of the
Knight, Welfare Director; Joe slated to visit five institutions National. Honor Society believes firmly a part of the Dorsey new group at Dorsey headed by John McCray, president.
Walker, Radio Announcer, higher learning inDade that every member and tradition. So win or lose, let Other officers are: Anthony Cutler, vice president, trea
:WAME Radio; Oscar Weaver, County. These trips are plan every student of Dorsey should us remember that we tried our surer Hubert Robinson, Sgt. at arms, Dewitt Alford
Owner-manager, Little Super ned as afol low- up of an assembly uphold the highest possible best and no one can do more. Their purpose is to render service to the school, its
Market; and Fleetwood Price, program held on Feb. standards of high academic We will list the top four stu- teachers and students
Sales and Marketing Representative 2, at which time representatives performance; character;' of dents of the grade levels.
: for the Coca-Cola from each of the Little responsible citizenship; of Seventh grade: Barbara Days,
Bottling Company The theme Schools sat on a panel in an service; and most of all standards Mattie Murray, Willa M. Anderson Top row from left: Hubert Robinson, Anthony Cutler,
for this program was "To- assembly programs. of good conduct." and Barbara Alexander Godfrey Johnson, Bennie Reid, Ivan Barrett. Bottomrow
Officers ofTne Honor So- Eighth grade: Minerva from left: Charles Cutler, Harry Smith, John McCray,
ciety are: Presldet, Norma Blanford, Sheryl Johnson, Es- Larry Lipkin. Not pictured are Dewitt Alford and Michael
:, Northwestern Adult Education Haddly, Vice-president Char- ter Prince, and Pamela Jonr>s. Harper.FRANKLIN'S.
I. lyce Woods, Secretary Juanita
Blandord, treasurer Paulette
'; Center Seeks Enrolees Wallace Sponsors, Mr. E.
Gaitor, firs L. Vaught, Mr.
J, Lord.
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I THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 16, 1968 25'

A.M.E.LayMen Execvfive Board In Session :...:i,'.. > ._, .v.""" .v ...
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Orlando. District- The Eleventh ference. The South Florida gram president, Frederick ....www.r.wiNFw/.,,e,,,...".,... -
Episcopal Laymen Conference led in ;" t? : 4
representation. Wilson to be finalized at his
Organization met in an
executive -
other Episcopal officers conference executive board
board meeting Jan. 21 at IM'G'
were Mesdames Isa .
St. Mark AME Church, Rev. M. Hunter :6ft fA
,Juanita Lewis; Inez was voted that the Epsico-
j, D. Washington, pastor .
Sparks Mar Golden '
pal President, Felix White will .
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Felix N. White, Episcopal Lay MCintosh, EssieF.Jones, represent the Eleventh Epis- . \ )'f'I: I

president and Bishop E.C, Bernice S.Henderson; Messrs ,copal.District Laymen at allorganizational ;H i : f 111 .
Hatcher, presiding prelate.An 't I / '
M. M. Hawkins, ,Wastell meetings and ;I' i .
inspirational devotional Francis and A. F. Glenn. the General Conference.: ; ,'. : .
service was '
conductedbyE. Progress plans were for- Special meditation and a lib- 'Ii, ;. .\.
White due to the late arrivalof
mulated for the forthcoming eral offering were given for \
A. GlennEpiscopal
State Convention to be held the following Indisposed lay-

Chaplain. July 3 5, at Mt. Olive AME men: Mrs. Irene Taylor, Mrs.
Executive Vice President
Orlando. Scarborough, Messrs Felix
P. J. Mcintosh presided The agenda also included White and Watson.

through the full and well plan- discussion of items needing The organization bowed in tiLA _

ned agenda, due to the absenceof legal clarification prior to sympathy bowed in sympathy E i ,

Felix White who was reported the Genera 1 Conference, with Mrs. Christine Herringover u _

very ill. scheduled for May in Phila the loss of her sister who ._, ___n _____ ____._ __.,_ _
To support McIntosh in delphia. Mr. J. L. Williams, was a devout layman.Mr. .
planning were the conference, chairman of the Church Legis- The House of Balfour/ take this method to thank their many friends for making

presidents or vice presidents: lation Committee clarified Selmo Bradley Is to be their; affair successful./ deepest appreciation for cooperation. Special thanks
Willie Scott, vice president oi f these items. commended for the fine project to one of Miami's best, Miss Nellie Saunders for her beautiful and very tasty buffet.

the South Florida, acting for The motto for the year as he hasundertaken in seek- Pictured above are these beautiful models from left to right: Mesdames M.

Mrs. Irene Taylor who was: presented by Mrs. Sparks is, ing a site for erecting center Pinckney, Lillian Trammell, Elanor/ Smith, Mr. Charles Taylor. Our guest model,

confined to the hospital; B. S., "The Layman's Challenge and for the youth of the church. Oa Miss Jean Climpson, Mr. Buster McFadden, Miss Bernice Colliers, Mrs. Geneva

Proctor, Tampa Conference;;; Opportunity." The theme is, Saturday evening prior to this Garland and Mrs. Connie Sanders.

Frederick Wilson, Orlandc I "The Church; Christ Is The meeting, plans were discus- M...t! _c -'JrrIl.
Conference; Samuel Snow,. Way..' Topics for panel discussions -
Central Conference; Selrac o ; will be sent to all session adjourned with UNCF Rurfvts f, .
Bradley, Greater Conference;;; conference presidents prior to the circle' of love and fellow- iy r

Isaiah Thomas, West Con. the state meeting. The pro- ship being formed.

$500 From
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I Workers Together With God Wilson *

Bv. MARIE- ._ M..__. WHITE n_____
New York.-The United 2
Just recently I was invited Associations to join the womenin forget about who is where or Negro College Fund announced *.

to speak' in West Palm Beachin working together with God.. what convention, wake up, thai t: the .receipt of a $500 gift
one of our churches that is As a Baptist, as a Christian, isn't the point, churchwomenlet from Flip Wilson, the well-
affiliated with the Progressive something needs to be done. us dedicate and rededicateour known televislonandn1gbtclub

National Baptist Convention.. Our boys and girls are going lives as workers togetherwith performer.The 1 TtrIi
What an opportunity it was for down to destruction. Let us God.

to deliver the to .
me message
contribution was re- . .
that fine of Christian ..... ....' UiI.-a """'IJ"" - -
group ceived on behalf of the Fund
women .whom we have known 'Clubwomen To Publish Mary and its member colleges and Miss Candy 'Yarber was chosen "Miss 'SaaV/cfy" for

for many years in our district, universities by Mr. Mark G. 1968. Her "Man About Town" Is Mr. Anthony Moss.

state convention., and some Just in before our national: ascended ' :Church 'Terrell' .;Autobiography Birchette, a vice-president of Other participants/ : are Little. Misses Renee Archer, Iris I
the fund. Fortson and Kathy, Arnold.
the rostrum a thought "A Colored Woman in a printing process, NACWC is
came into my mind,"Workers White World the autobio- soliciting onarentalbasis
The comedian,who received
Together With God. graphy of Dr. Mary Church several copies of the first pub- nation-wide attention with his .

Terrell, pioneer crusader for lication which was copyrightedand album, "Cowboys & Colored BOOKS ARE BEING PURGEDNORTH'S
As a worker of long stand- human rights, isscheduledfor printed in 1940 by Rans-' People," is a frequent gueston

ing in the .missionary field, I reprint by the National Asso- dell Publishers, Inc.,of Washington the top network television .
attempted to'.em as1ze::tbe'I'clation'of Col 'dWoinn's' ;.'D.:: ;Interested per- programs. This w e s k heap -

fact that regardless-of which'district Clubs, Inc. which: Mrs.Ter- sons with available- copies may Tonight Show and the Rowan BUREAU
association,whatever rell was first President. The contact Headquarters, & Martin Laugh-In.He is sign- TRAVEL
v state and national conventionthat announcement was made by NACWC, 1601 R Street,N. W., ed with the Ed Sullivan Show ft STAR'STUDpED ft ftSf

holds our membership,we Mrs. Mamie B. Reese of Al- Washington, D. C. for'six appearances in 1968. RING; .ANP' SUMMED PACKAGE: 'TOURS I

are workers together with bany, Georgia, 17th National Mrs. Phyllis Terrel Langs- Other programs on which he . .
God. It should be far behind us President of the 71 old are Dean Martin,
year ton, daughter of the author,has appears : Escorted Air-Conditioned
to pay attention to such an un- National Association. Merv Griffin and
granted the National Associa- Joey Bishop,
important i issue which will border speed up the tion all rights to republication Mike Douglas. BUS TOUR TO MEXICO

hinder the Christian man or of her mother's 437 page autobiography Visiting Eight Cities In Mexico
woman in putting over God's Mr. Wilson's interest lathe
Several thousand Leave from Dallas, Texas
Is it because we United Negro College Fund
MEMORIALRev. hard back copies will be printed -
don't understand and do not DRAKE stems from his desire to assist MAY TO OCTOBER, 1968
along with an unlimited
know better have talked with ambitious young Ne-
? I
of The .. 16-Day All-Expense Trip
quantity paperbacks. '
church women in many areas jarius W. Dunn, pastor gro men and women who are
who The Ushers thank the fol- less expensive volumes will eager to obtain a college edu- $374.90
have no interest or concern -
in convention because lowing Usher Boards who be placed'in public and private I cation ..the kind of educationthat Ctl fr.. Brochure. Mak. Rtitrvation Nowl)
nuke their first an- schools as well as club and
they never attend them. helped will enable them to enter
niversary a great success. Mt. church libraries throughoutthe the mainstream of Amerba's NORTH'S TRAVEL of Miami and

I am concerned, lam involved Carmel Baptist, Antioch Bap- country. economy. HENDERSON'S TRAVEL of Atlanta

and want to be a part of home tist, St. Matthews Free Will First copies will be dis- Present their 11th Annual
and foreign missions regard- Baptist, Zion Hill Baptist, Mt. tributed at the National Con- There are no shortcuts to
less of conventions or associations Sinai Baptist, Zion Hope Bap- vention of the National Asso- success, he says, and pointsto TEACHER'S EUROPEAN STUDY TOUR

We must strive tobe tist, and Ebenezer Methodist. ciation Colored Women's the fact that he spent 14 Visiting 11 Foreign Countries
with God. Brother Hardee invites you Clubs, Inc. which is to convene years developing his own tech-
workers together leave from New York City July 8;
Some I attended the to come out Thursday, Feb.22 in Chicago, Illinois, August 3- niques and craft.
years ago
29 1968
and 10 1968 at the Palmer House. >l Return on July ,
National Baptist Convention, and hear Rev.A. M. ,_ c.
fac- be with his congregation.Please The United Negro College 22-Day All.Expense Trip
Unincorporated (Boyd
FELLOWSHIP TEA Fund, a federation of 36 pre-
circle this
tion) along with the late Rev. and $795.00
North Dade Community Club dominantly Negro colleges
T. Collier and his lovely Make Rtitrvallon Nowl)
sale attend universities conducts an annual G t fr. Brochur.
There will be a dinner cordially invite you to ,
wire; the president, Dr. Wood at Bi; Richardson's Saturday their First Fellowship I appeal each year to help
and Mrs. M B. Fuller had a you :Ay call OX 1-3874 for Tea, Sunday, Feb. 18, from 4 its member institutions defray Escorted Air-Conditioned

great program outlined for you dinner to be delivered or to 6 p.m., at the,home of Mr. operating expenses.The Fund, BUS TOUR TO NATION'S CAPITAL
God a program which I will stop by 1475 NW 68th Terrace.Don't and Mrs. Edwin B. Rogers now in its 25th year,has rais- (Washington, D.C.)

never forget; one to entice and forget to visit the sick 2572 NW 125nd Terrace, Opa- ed $100 million for its mem- 5 Days / 4 Nights
encourage our young peopleto ber institutions
shut-ins. locka.
get into the church and after Includes tours to: Interior of Government

getting there,how to keep them Buildings ((4 hrs.); City of Washington,
there. Mt. Vernon, Arlington National Cemetery
LOOK WHO'S IN TOWN! ((6 hrs.)
plus 4 nights at hotel (meals not included)
Some twenty years or more People come from other states to see this gifted man Total cost from Miami- $103.25
ago I made annual visits to the
Get fr.. Brochure Mak (Uitrvotlon Nowl
Convention the name given to The Great "Doc" Buzzard's Son
the convention after they decided -

eral Baptist to pull State out from Convention.the Gen- WILL 3E AT THE NEW AIR CONDITIONEDAnthony's Three Jam-Packed Days of Fun and

What a wonderful fellowshipwe Three-Day All-Expense Trip
Candle Store FrivOiility
enjoyed j as workers together St. $69 (and'up)

with God. The late Rev. Includes Room and Meals (ship is

C.J. Smith and Mrs. T. H. B. 199 NW 54th STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA hotel), Entertainment, Night Club visits

Moore were the presidents. It 0.t Fr.. Brochure. Make Rcitrvatlon Nowl)
is terrible not to know and to Call 757-3691 for Appointment

understand the work of God
In just a few days I will be 7 to 10 Mornings 4 to 10 Evenings NORTH'S tfcAVEl BUREAU

in Gifford attending the Florida 1104;H VV3rcT Avenue, Mtajrrt, fiprido 3313&
East Coast Association; I GOOD LUCK SUCCESS

hope to be present also at the '

Seaboard and Atlantic Coast t


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26 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 16, 1968

Former Miamian Heads Orlando Carver Round "About


Poverty Program Ranches

'.4. 0' "'t>.,\. Talk
if* The Rev. Nelson W. Pinder, proceedings. ) ,
t pastor of St. John's Episcopal Pinder, an OCEO boar I NewsBy
Church, was elected by acclamation member since its Inception,, Walter Bo** 1 BY JIMMY
1, Monday night to succeed was one of five nominees bu t REVIEWING THE FACTS The report r special com-

4'r, Brailey.Odham as president the other four had their names; The VFW Post No. 8195 will mission appointed by New Jersey,Gov.. Richard Hughes to investigate -
of the storm-tossed withdrawn from ,the ballot the riots in several of the N.J. cities last summer,
.\ . told its regular meeting on
Orange County Economic Opportunity They were Donald Barry, unday, Feb. 18, at 5:30 p.m.t accused state and local police and national guards SaturdayFeb.

Inc. Barney Cohen, The Rev. Jack the post home 4816SW 17th 10 of using "excessive unjustified force' against Ne-
Critics of the local anti- Davis and The Rev. J. W. St., West Hollywood. Members groesin trying toquell the racial disorders in Newark . .The
Toomer. commission cited evidence that state police and National
poverty program were presentbut please be present.
were silent throughout theCivil Upon assuming the gavel Guards had deliberately fired on"innocent bystanders"and
TheGayIadlesClubofWest had intentionally damaged stores believed to be owned by Ne-
Hollywood, are making The reports described incidents in which people were
I ServiceThe plans for their St. Patrick Day groes.
fired at, beaten with weapons,kicked or otherwise physically R
Interagency Board of Deputy United States Mar- Dance next month mistreated and subjected to all kinds of verbal abuse . .

U. S. Civil Service Examinersfor shal, GS-6 ($6137 a year). The Charmettes Club I of Among the commission members were two former Governors
Florida located at 123 S. Hallandale and West Holly- (G-NJ) Robert B. Meyner and Alfred E. Driscoll and three

Court Ave., Orlando, Fla.,has Applications will be accepted from Odham, Pinder said, wood are thanking all who attended Negroes . Governor Hughes praised the ten member Com-
Issued the following examina- until Feb. 28 and should be "Thank you for the confidenceyou their dance on Monday mission but said be will take action later.This referring to the

tion announcement to fill positions sent to the Interagency Boardof have placed in me. With night Feb. 12,at the Big Bambo bloody riot of Newark, N. J. last summer from July 12 to 17
primarily in Miami, but U. S. Civil Service Exami- God's help and your help, we Club InHallandale. Thanks where! 31 people were killed, hundreds were hurt and over $12

may also be used to fill posi- ners for Florida, 123 South shall overcome." again. Mr. Merritt, is presi- million damage . .LeRoI Jones(con vie ted on gun totin'
tions injacksonville, Orlando, Court Avenue, Orlando, Fla. charges in the Newark riot)poet-playwright becoming the most
Tallahassee and Tampa. 32901 PARENTS'INFORMATION dent.The feared of the black militant leaders. (He's out o n bail await-
Lanier Jr. High Yellow
NIGHTThe ing a new trial.) LeRoi recently upset high school 201 with
Jackets of Hallandale defeated -
second series in the one of his morality plays. (Near causing a riot, one white
Dillard Jr. High Panthers
program Information for Par- teacher resigned) Miami Beach gone to the dogs . Mi-
42 to 38 in f.
the McArthur'sSenior -
.... ents, sponsored by Dorsey's High Gymn. The panthers ami Beach Police Chief"Big ROcky poraerance,"(Bronx born)

Teacher Corp will be held at ware great but the Yellow 19 years on the police.force, putting K-9 dogs'on the beat with
Dorsey Jr. High School Tues- the new tactical force, with Lt. Walter Philbin in charge of
Jackets were greater. Thanksto
day, 8 p.m. Feb. 20, Mrs. M. of unit . Irish Jerry QuarryThe white's, hope to win the
coach Thomas
SUPER SOUL TOP 40 Bullard, team leader announc- Fort Lauderdale Torance fordoing a heavyweight boxing championship tournament. .Joe Frazier

ed.A good Job with the basketball and Buster Mathis fight for the (N. Y. version) heavyweighttitle

February 9, 1968 dynamic speaker, Dr. team this season. The Yellow March 4, at thenewMadisonSqua eGarden. . Why
\ E. L, Matta, Maternal and hadn't the federa 1 secret service Dept Integrated that Orange-
Jackets play Nova Jr.
) 1. Wish It would rain The Temptations Child Health Director of Dade High for the championship burg Bowling Alley yearsagoNowtheGovernmentts investi-
2. Stop Howard Tate County Department of Public week. gating! Three Negro students dead,,over one hundred people
3. Dance to the music Sly & Family Stone Health will help you find hurt in Orangeburg, S. C. (Town without Pity-"Little City of
4. You Marvin Gaye answers. The Carver Ranches Volunteer Shame"). Students of South Carolina State College and Claflin

5. The midnight hour The Mirettes Come out so that you may Fire Dept. hold its meet- College vs S. C. State police . Everything to late . Ne-
6, Baby must be a magician The Mirvelletts know about the services that ing every Monday, at 8 p.m. groes boycott white business of Orangeburg, S. C.
7. The Dock of the bay Otis Redding are offered in your communityto Members please be present. LINDA LIPSCOMB WAS TO BE VALENTINE DAY- GIRL

8.1 count the days Inez & Charlie Fox help improve family life Walter Blach president. OF THE WEEK . Death an Incident. Her note a few weeks

9. Mr. Soul Satisfaction Timmy Willes before she was killed . Dear Scoop, when am I going to be
'10. Explosion in your soul Soul Survivors your "Round About Talk" Girl of the Week, when I am dead

and gone? So to Linda Lipscomp's family and friends at MI-
11. Back up train Al Green PTA Observes ami Jackson High School and about, let every "Valentine Day
12. The Goat Freddy Scott & Kinfolk County be the late Linda Lipscomb's Day." She wanted to be a
13. Don't have to say you love r Four Sonlcs traveler-loved "rock and roll" music and boys was "sweet
14. Funky Way Calvin Arnold Founders Day sixteen.
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15. A Million to one Five Stairsteps .
Singing principales who are bershlp awards, as well as
16. Daddy's coming home Roy Lee Johnson
on the administrative staff of scholarship awards pins, will
17. I thank you Sam & Dave
18. There Is The Dells the Dade County School, Dr. be presented to deserving individuals .
and Dr. Herbert who have been nominated s
19. Baby now that I found you The Foundations -.' Roy Devote y ,
< Silver will present a medleyof by their local PTA units. '
20. Walk: away Renee Four Tops l.
songs from the Gay Nine The luncheon will immediately A
ties with words describing follow the business
parody meetingand
21. No sad song Joe Simon
22. Got what you need Fantastic Johnny C the history of the program.The .
23. Men are getting scarce Joe Tex Parent Teacher Associationat meeting will also include -

24. The more I do for you baby Cliff Nobles the annual Founders Day a discussion on techni-
25. Good to me Irma Thomas: meeting and luncheon of the ques in PTA public relatons, ? 7 11Y
Dade County Council of Par- to be led by Mrs Maurice Y
26. La La means I love you The Delfonics
27. I wanna be your man Bobby Moore, ent-Teacher Associations on Serotta, county PTA public re- 1-----
28. The end of our road Gladys Knight & Pips Wednesday, Feb. 21,beginningat latios chairman Mrs. E. M
29. Sunny Sam Baker 10 a.m. at the EvergladesHotel. Willard, president of the Dade Ak SAMlDAVE' '

30 I've got to do it to it Tony Fox .1''' County Council of PTA, will
National and state life mem- preside at both sessions.
EXTRAS EXTRAS Dave with their revue broke their own attendance record at

the 125th Street Apollo Theatre, with standing ovations to such
31. You say baby Esquires NORTH songs as "Soul Man," "WhenSomething's WrongWith

32. Country girl city man Billy Vera Judy Clay DADE MULTIPLE Baby," and their latest hit,"I Thank You"(Sam and Dave was

33. The Goose Parllments South Dade Linda Lipscomp's choice singers) . To teenager Zelda I
34. Your precious love Jackie Wilson BIRTH CLUB Elaine Hanna of Hallandale (Lanier Junior High) we dedicate

35. No love like your love The Fantastic Four The North Dade Mothers of James Brown's "I Can't stand It," and "That's Life" . .
36. Jealous love Wilson picket News Twins Club Invite all mothersof Gladys Knight and thePips and "I Heard it thro' the Grape-

37. The boy in you Chuck Jackson Twins, Triplets or other vine" has reached national survey No. 1 hit Happy Valentines

38. Lovey Dovey Otis & Carla multiple births to join their dedications; NYC Mildred Porter dedicate "We're a Winner"The
39. Would you believe William Hunt r Ml. Moriah Baptist Church organization.The ( Impressions) to'Ronald L,, Christian and Charles Carson
40. The time VariationsPICK will celebrate the 30th anni- club meets the last . The Vandellas, "Honey Chile" to Miss Bahamas" Eliza-

versary of its pastor,the Rev. Tuesday of every month at the bethKnowles. (That Girl) . Aretha Franklin's1 Baby I Love
HIT PICK HIT WC. Edcar,beginning Monday First Federal Bank of North You," Christine Gibson to Byron Herbert..."I Wish It Would

I think I'm falling in love Betty Swan Feb. 19, at 8 p.m. The follow Miami, 900 NE 125th St., In the Rain, the Temptations to Pamela Farrlngton..The Sandpeb-

ing churches will participate: Friendship Room (second bles, "Love Power" to Carol City's Eddie Bethel, . The

Monday, Morning Star Bap- floor), at 8 p.m. Robert Edgersons recovering from a car accident, to Robert
LOCAL BREAKOUTS LOCAL BREAKOUTS tist, Rev. W. H. Faison, pas- This month's meeting will and Beatrice, It's Barbara Mason's "0' How ItHurts' . A
tor; Tuesday, Mt, '"Olive Bap- be In preparation for the up- get well note to my wonderful grand mother, Mrs. Beatrice
I can't afford to lose him Ella Washington tist Church, Rev. K, C. Rogers coming Easter activities. Bethel of Liberty City with the sound of Marvin Gaye and

Do right man Little Beaver pastor; Wednesday, Mt. Nebo Films from last years parade Tamie Terrell, "I f I Could Build My World Around You,"
Baby angel Freddy Scott Baptist, Rev J. E. Murray, will be shown. This is Scoop Bethel saying,Time and Tide waits for no man
Big insurance man Eddie Walker pastor; Thursday, St. John Anyone Interested in joining C-U-NX-WK.
Jeb Stuart Baptist of Sunny Haven Rev.
Soul party may contact Mrs. Weech at
Mr. Lucky Gene Buttler R, C. Solomon; Friday, Mt. 624-9862.

'; I gotta think Clarence_Reed. .___ Sinai Baptist, Rev. J. E. Mar- FREE CATALOGUE & GIFT
ray, and S U J day afternoon, From Watkins Products
First Baptist of Miami, Rev. Write Watkins Products:
Super Soul No.16 W M. Davis pastor. The St. bearers' Lodge No. 10 Mrs.
Coupon Ruth Baptist,Church of Danla Susie Williams, president. Box 4382 Hollywood, Fla or Call 949.4793

will be In charge Sunday night Sunday afternoon, Feb. 18, * * * * * * * * * * * * *
I r the following are my selections for Super Soul Top Ten and the service will be con- the Women's Chorus and the

( ducted by Rev. Bowie Senior Choir are having a joint
1 2 3 4 5 6 9 10 This Saturday members will program at Mt. Moriah. You HELP WANTED
_ clear their new church site. :I are Invited. Mrs. Lucile Hen- 3 men or women. Carol City, Opa-locka area. Must
Li LL The ladies will bring coffee derson and Mrs. Maggie Ban- have car and phone. Good references. Part time.

for the brothers. nerman, president. Call 9494793. Ask for Mr. Rowley
A breakfast was given at the The R. R. Moton Elemen-
Name__ home of Mrs. Rosa L.Thomasfor tary School PTA is sponsor * * * * * * * * * * * "* * *

the Rose of Sharon Lodge ing a banquet Friday night,
) Address No. 23Mrs. Mallssa Harris, Feb. 16, in the school's cafe- CHURCHES CLUBS & SCHOOLSLet
. W. C. torlum. Mr. Edmond Rodger Watkln's Products show you how to build your
: Phone A coffeewas held at the is president and Mrs. Ande 1 fund reserve. Call 949-4793. Ask for Mr. Crane.

I home of Rev. F. Lang for Pall- Mickins Is principal.

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Off Duty Policeman' Nabs Gets 20 Years For Robbery I

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Convicted; ana sentenced to set upon oy two ooys. But the Judge didn't believehim
Robbery TrioThree ; ; ; 20 years In prison Wednesdaywas He said they gave him a severe I and thought: that the best
Robert Lee Me Million, 19, beating and took way his place for young men of his
armed men of 535 NW 7th Street for rob- wallet that contained $151 and character was a prison.
were watched from a store across The suspects' car was pul-
with bery of a professor from Columbia various Identification cards.
charged robbing a food the
street. He saw a Food Spot led over byHattonasmoreofficers -
South America.The Me Million who waived
market last""Saturday .
after apoliceman counterman woman
on vacation custo- arrived. They arrested professor, Dr. Antonio trial thinking that he would receive
follqfy. mer and tbe'n a dairy truck John 24 of 1272 NW TRAILCHEVRO
,Collins, ,
ed them from the: 62, testified that on a less severe punishment
scene and
led. driver and helper disappear. 46th St. .Yftrnel1 Pattern,28,'of
other officers to."catch them. ,from view. ; December 20 he was walkingon If tried only by the judge,
He was driving i on N. 1003 NW 51s,St. and RobertH. NW llth Street and 2nd Ave. told the *court that two other
Seventh St. when he noticed the WK When the Slaughter, 26, of 4575 NW looking for a hardware storeto boys had taken away the pro-
three men acting suspects emeged 24th Ave. purchase articles to take fessor's wallet and that he took
two of
carrying guns, back to Columbia when he the
was money from the boys.
said Camblor
Joe abook- At found
Camblor said he called head- Food Spot police
ing officer at city Jail.He said quarters. He followed their tied on the floor at the back of S.W. 8 St. & 25 Ave.
they parked for about five min- car as it headed east on the store:Jose Arredondo,the
utes I n front of the Food Spotat Seventh St. At the corner of clerk; Carol Hinson, a customer

4373 NW Seventh St. before NW 40th Ave., Camblor sig- ; Eduardo pozo, the truck YourTO
going inside. nalled Officer John Hatton in driver, and his helper Robert
Camblor said he waited and a patrol car. Quinones.

They lost a total of$130,the

Excessive Police Shooting In milkman told police.Arredondo COULD BE ADVERTISINGYOUR
I lost $25 and the store$200. BUSINESS IN REDUCINGINVENTORY
The customer was not robbed. ..
Newark Riot ChargedIn b..'}: ,, "

The suspects had more than !w.h f C.1111 HnJ 11i1ft3
the riot in Newark, N. J. is no possible justification." $00 in cash, plus wallets and Wi Ire forced to puss on to
last summer in which 23 lives State police,said the report, watches that did not belong to CALL US TODAY! on you over our but 100 select site ol used the cars.year

were lost, scores injured,and was majnly J responsible for Food Spot victims,police said.
In 6530 NW 15 Ave COME TO WHIRl THE
$10,000,000 damages was this, with NationalGuardunit s The men were charged with
reported, excessive police participating. armed robbery.
shooting, in putting down the 691-0421 ACTIONREALLY
four-day racial disturbance.The .

report stated that there IS

were instances of excessiveand LIFE INSURANCEDoesn't FOR YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS -
unjustified use of forcebythe
police and the guard units '67 MUSTANG auto: ,

against black citizens,m.'Ulyof Cost It PaysLast see radio, heater power steering
FACT. AIR. Bal el $OJ QC
them Innocent bystanders.The factory warranty . . ttfl J
shooting out of store windows .
marked "Soul Brother"by year life Insurance benefit payments in ROY ROSS 'Cl Of OLDS Y-B, auto., radio -

police action for which there America amounted to more than $12,000,000- AGENT heater power steering
power brakes, FACT. AIR Bal.
000.00. OFFICE 751-9736 of factory J9RQIi
warranty. Only . . tUflJ

Police Nab Less than half, $5,200,000,000.99 were for AFTER 4:30: 691-2845 '65 FORD the-Una Top, V-J of,(

death payments. $6,800,000,000.00 was LIFE INSURANCE ANNUITIES HEALTH INSURANCE steering auto., ,radio power, heater brakes power FACT.

Bank RobberThe paid to "Living Policyholders" in the form GROUP INSURANCE GROUP PENSIONS AIR. Maroon, black S11QC
of policy dividends, surrender values, disability vinyl top I'3J
'61 CAMARO v-8 auto-

best laid plans of a Dade payments, mature endowments, and annuity THE PRUDENTIAL matte, radio, healer, bucket
County note-writing bandit payments. seats. Only 3,400 miles.
bal. factory warrant
went bad on him Tuesday when INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA . . . . . . .$2 29:1
the law accused him of /'taking"
more than $13,000 from- LIFE INSURANCE DOESN'T COST IT PAYS a mutual///.fniuronct company '65 DODGE Custom 4-dr.880'V-8

four banks in about a month. South Shore Control Homo Office, Jacksonville, Florida auto., radio, heater, power

'Sherman 24 of 50 BUILD UP A SAVINGS' steering, power brakes FACT
S. Lloyd, : AIR, electrlo door locks power
NW Eighth St., was tried to THROUGH LIFE INSURANCEs windows, 6-way power seats,
outrun two policemen after a Open 7 Days-8 A.M. to 10 P.M. rear window tilt wheel defroster, many, adjustable other
bank was robbed Jan. 24, was like Must see to
extras new
The Best For Less At
indicted by a federal grand
jury on four counts of ba CENTRAL LIfE :3T r . ,1895

robbery.The '66 CORVAIR "?0:and

Jan. 24 arrest helpedthe INSURANCE COMPANY 4-dr. Hardtop Radio, haatar.
three bank 1 to choose from.Stick .
FBI solve prior shirt . < . . ..$995
robberies, said AssistantU.S.
Attorney Donald Bierman. He matle .. .. .. . . .. $1195
said three tellers identified 1416 NORTH BOULEVARDTAMPA, FLA. V.8.
.. rao. -
the who shoved
Lloyd as man
heater, power steering
a misspelled note reading, power brakes, AIR COND., tinted .
"This is a robery" into their gloss all around. $1295
cages. two-tone, like new. .

Bierman said Lloyd had a '66 CHEVELlE 64ey1;:

gun when he got $1,755 from McARTHUR CARTER IS BACK WITH r auto., radio, heater, 51495

the Biscayne Loan Association's Federal Savingsand Civic ..7"l!: Dixie Building' .I z. FACT.'65 IMPALA AIR .4 top.dr., 4t

Center Branch 0 n Jan. 24. auto, radio, heater power
The indictment on Tuesdayalso steering, AIR COND., $1495
Maintenance vinyl Interior . . < .
said he got $1,440 from ,
the Franklin Federal Savingsand '65 CUTLASS V.8 Pow.
Loan Association, HINTS OVER 40,600 CARS SOLD er steering, radio, heater,
Inc. bucket seats 4 on the floor
Fifth St. Dec. 22 $8,491
on ;
from the Lincoln National
Bank of Miami, 6013 m i4 4 :__ 757-4163 FLORIDA'SAUTOMOBILE '63 IMPALA Super 2dr. Hard-sport

Seventh Ave., on Dec. 29, and top. V-8, auto., console, bucket
$1,537 on Jan. 16 from the seats power steering, power
Bank of Florida Homestead brakes, radio, heater, 51295
V-8, auto., radio
AS ADVERTISED ON TELEVISION! heater, power steering
brakes FACT. AIR. Gold
TO BE FILMED with matching $91 OR
Hollywood. James Bald- 1 '65 GRAND PRIX H2; :
has beensigned by Columbia
Pictures to write the 500 CARS! top. V-8, auto., radio, brakes heater,
power steering power
screenplay for "The Autob1C FACT. AIR bucket seats and
gray of Malcolm X." : CARPET SALE 15 YEARS-SAME LOCATION! console, maroon/black vinyl
It is the true story of a mar top. RIII.h.rp. Must SOIQC
who rose from hoodlym, thiei 100% CONTINUOUS ALWAYS HUNDREDS OF 1955's

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most dynamic leader of the a OVER RUBBER PADDING THI'" HOMI OF THI. .ORIGINAL... .. 100*/. CUARANTIIMUNICIPAL .... ...... ton truck, stick: radio,
Negro revolution. A trustee INSTALLED '- heater . . . .$1495BEST
lieutenant of Muslin chleftaii

Elijah Muhammed, Malcoln Now $5.45S r YD. AUTO TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE
broke with the organfzatioiand SALES & SERVICE FOR YOUR CAR
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lem.Additional story rights hav
been obtained from MalcolX's 3061 N.W. 36th St. 444-7647

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Isn't very often I take time out to write about boxing like iv ..

I used to. For the simple reason It has become a monopoly : MIAMI COUPLED WITH NORTH-SOUTH PROVES

here in Dade County. This last week I took time out and went 3 HAVEN FOR GOLFERSThe

to see Luis Rodriguez knock out Char ley Austin In six rounds _ L__y ti
This fight looked real good on paper that's why I attended I Fifteenth Annual North-South Golf Tournament which

didn't regret going, I ran Into some old timers I hadn't seen In .1t got underway, Tuesday at the Miami Springs Golf Course is

years. Also wrote about them at the time. Here are some of : basking in the same pool of popularity as its predecessors, and

their names, some of you readers read about them, or saw as in previous years it has become the mecca of golfdom for

them action. Pal Silvers,age 58,started 1925 finished 1946. so many golfers, their family and friends,who this year even
Most of his fighting was done in Florida. Makes Miami Beach without the attraction of the professional ranks, some

his home. Joe Sherman, age 79, boxed 1909 to 1916, mayor of Left to right, Lamar Hare/away, Atlanta, Georgia; technical rule governing pros,have come in even greater num-
Randolph St. Chicago makes the beach his home, now associated Florida bers to swing their clubs,and delight themselves with the good
Walter/ 0. San
Frazier J.Simpson
Wauchdla ; ,
with nature of
Andy Frain ushers, Phil Bloom,age 73, boxed from our sunshine.
1911 to 1923. He also boxed Benny Leonardone of the all time Francisco, California; and Henry Still, Columbus, Go. The registration list shows their will be hot competition for

greats eight times. Phil is a visitor every winter. A local, the defense of and to gain new champions in every division except I
Jimmy Murray, age 65, boxed from 1924 to 1934. Heres one Dolphin Pick is "Dtfusivt the professional.

for the books. Charlie Goldman, age 80, boxed 1902 to 1915. Those who intend to go after the championship division will I

In 1904 he fought 42 rounds with Eddie Gardner. Charlie has Player of Year' find a tough barrier In the person of Doran Doucet, a Cana-

trained six world champions, first rocky Marciano, second dian, from the province of Quebec, who last year placed sec-

Al McCoy, third Marty Servo, fourth Lou Ambers, firth Joey Henry Still a 270 IDS.tackleat ceived thesame award as ond.The
Archibold and many other great flght rs', Bethune-Cookman College a quarterback. first filter Pete Short is back to defend and claims there is

received two big honors this Lamar Hardaway a6'2", nothing short about his game.
Moe Fleischer
age 67 never boxed but
naming Bruce Flowers some greats, week. He was drafted by the 215 Ibs. linebacker from At- The second fllte is up for grabs, and there will be plentyof
also Negro lightweight champion of the Miami Dolphins of the America lanta, Georgia became the grabbers, among them many of our local boys, Howard Gil-
world. He promoted at the old St.Nicholas
wood Grove arena, Ridge- n Football League and first freshman in the historyof more, Robert Jackson, Booker T. Hayes, Steve McElmurray
Queen Borough arena, Moe is now making his to
earlier in the week he received the college to be honored by name a few.
home here. -
Sidney Glick 65 boxed 1923
the beach. age to 1933, Sid liveson the Conference "Defeasi the one-hundred per centers.He The third filters will have to do battle with Leroy Battle who
George age 72 boxed 1913-1924. His first '
player of the week received warm congratu- is back armed with his war clubs. :
three fights were first a Chinaman, second Phllapino, third a award latons from his former The fourth lute has
all out of from the One-Hundred Per high Andy Longmire of Linden,N. J., stand-
Japanese San
Francisco. Cent Wrong Club, a sports organization school coach and some former Ing by to take an all intruders.The .

Frankie Conifrey age 74 boxed from 1911 to 1923. Jackie in Atlanta, teammates, who attendedthe fifth Elite will not have a returning defender and shouldbe

Pilkington age 60 boxed from 1925 to 1933, fought three Georgia affair in his honor. a good spot for yours truly to show up, but unfortunately
champs, Johnny Dunde, Louis (Kid) Kaplan and Benny Bass. He shared top honors withO. As a college football player, he had to by-pass the action this year- so fellows have a ball.

None oft fighters named above were champs, but 'oh' what J. Simpson of the University Henry Still was named to four The sixth flute has Roy Hodge to defend.

great club fighters they were Those days you had to fight to of Southern California,who All-Conference Teams. He Is The seventh flite will find attorney W. V.. Banks of Detroit,
earn your bread. I had the pleasure of writing about them in received the "Collegiate a native of Columbus,Georgia, Michigan on the tee to defend,
my young days. Player of the Year Award" at where he attende d SpencerHJghJSchool. Defenders of the Seniors flite A & B dVision, Tom, Watson
the same program Still said, "I and Al Dade are both ready to prove that golfers never grow
couldn't h a v e wanted my college -

WIDENER HANDICAP SATURDAYProud The One-hundred per cen- career to end any'other old.The Woman's Championship flits will be missing their

ters also honored Walter way and I extend whole.hearted -. sparkling young contestant Renee Powell, who has since turn-
Clarion, the name in banner headlines after the 1967 Frazier a 230 Ibs. All-Con- congratulations to my Head ed to the professional circuit;however Amelia Lucas of Wash-

Kentucky Derby, is back in the news again as the 5-to-2 fav- ference Center. Frazier was Coach Jack McClairen ington, D. C., runner-up will be earring the banner.

orite to win Hialeah's 1968 Widener Handicap Saturday, Feb. the second member of his Line Coach, Lloyd Johnson for Women's first filters will be double teamed by last years .
17. family to be so honored. In their Instructions and gui winner and runner-up, Ivy Banks of Detroit and Gertrude Stylesof
Proud Clarion suddenly injected himself Into the Widener 1962, his brother, Bobby re-: dance on the gridiron." Jacksonville.

picture by virture of a fast-closing second, beaten only by a Women's second flute has Maxine Meares, a runner-up last
nose in an overnight 7-furlong prep race eight days prior to year to defend the division.

the 1-1/4 mile Widener. ONE OF THE GREATESTLast
Two weeks earlier he was dismissed as a Widener starter.

The backstretch talk had it, "He can't be ready for the Widener Sunday night while attending the basketball game between OPEN HOUSE AT GULFSTREAM SUNDAY
." the St. Louis Hawks and Phila. 76ers with the great Wilt

The Darby Dan runner's sudden emergence as a Widener Chamberlain, one of the all time greats was introduced beforea Varied activities, ranging from thoroughbred workouts, to
threat is reminiscent of Proud Clarion's sudden blossoming sellout crowd of 6,711 fans, It was none other than the formi i showing of contemporary art, will highlight Gulfstream

before last May's Deby. er heavyweight champion of the world Joe Louis.Who started ;Park's Open House Sunday, Feb. 18,

Then all of a sudden, he came to form, Loyd (Boo) Gentry, the game by throwing out the ball. With that he received a Admission is free and children are Invited If accompaniedby

trainer of John W. Galbreth's Darby Dan runners, noted the standing ovation. Joe has always been an idol in the public's 1 an adult. Open House hours will be from 8 to 10 a.m. Free

recent change. "He was coming along fine In December, then eye i sun visors, post cards and brochures will be distributed.

caught a cold and had a lot congestion and it looked like we'd BASEBALL PLAYERS TEEOFF THURSDAYWorld Jack Riggs, Gulfstream announcer, will do a running com-
have to forget about the Widener," commented Gentry. mentary on the morning workouts, with John Beech,one of the

"Then he suddenly got over his troubles,blossomed out Strafaci has been nation's most famous clockers, providing Riggs with split-
just like he did last Spring after he got the Kentucky," added renowned amateur golfer Frank second timings on the racers.
Gentry. "He did that last fall, too, after having caught a head named tournament director for the 28th annual National Base- An extraordinary collection of contemporary art, on loan
cold at Saratoga." ball players' Golf Championship, to be played at the City of from the Fort Lauderdale Museum of the Arts,will be display

The tipoff on Proud Clarion's recent improvement came on Miami Country Club in Miami Springs, Feb. 22-25. {ed. Mrs. Edna K, Allen, director of the Museum, has selected
February 3 when he trained seven furlongs in 1:26: 1/5, the This marks the third year in a row that Strafaci will handle many award winning paintings to be part of the Gulfstream ex-

fastest workout at the distance that morning. His change inform the directorship duties In the City of miami-sponsored tourna- hibition. These acclaimed works of art, amassed over a de-

was underlined by a sizzling half mile in :46 two days before ment. He also is a tournament director for the Doral $100,000 ,cade, are part of the permanent Museum collection.

his 1968 racing debut and Widener prp. Prior to those Open held annually in March.A Among the noted artists whose creations will be on view are
quick workouts, Proud Clarion had been drilling like a claimer native of Brooklyn, N. Y., the links veteran moved to Mi- Dorothy Gillespie, Matthew Carone and Sadie Rosenbloom.A .
going in :50 1/5 for a half mile and 1-.411/5 for a mile. ami 11 years ago.He has been executive director of the Metro- special panel of trainers and Gulfstream's Ask Me Girls
politan Amateur Golf Association for the past nine years and
will be seated at ground level to answer questions on any phase
at the Doral Hotel and Club for the
golf director Country past ,
HARRY'S HORSES TO WATCHBU thoroughbred racing They will wear Ask Me Buttons promi-
six years
:nently displayed.The .
FORME Lost much ground previous tart figures to He also serves as vice president of the international Golf main grandstand gates will be open with entrance on
Sponsors Association and as chairman of the USGA Public
U. S. Highway One.
Links Committee for the Miami area.
wide should reach winners
INSTOMATIC Race extremely More than 35 major leaguers have already entered this
circle next start. year's tournament. The latest entries include outfielder Mike UM GUNS DOWN RATTLERSBy
PEONY_ Partial to turf course closed. Big gap after slow
Hershberger of the Oakland Athletics and pitcher Joe Cole-
beginning. defeating Florida A&M University, 108-98, In a high
man, Casey Cox and Bowers of the Washington Senators.
SOLE II_ Finished full of run just missed. Other major league entries include defending champion speed basketball thriller, Unlversityof Miami's young basket-
finish second. ball team Insured Coach Ron of less than
NOTHING LEFT_ Came from the clouds Godfrey no an even
Ellis of the Red outfielder
cher Sam Angels Tony Conig-
in his
varsity coaching debut. Miami is 14-8 with six
liaro, White Sox pitcher Tommy JOh, Cincinnati second sacker games to play.
Helms and Bill Mazeroski of the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Tommy The immediate outlook for the Hurricanes is bleak how-
BY COMPUTERA The National Baseball Golf Championship is one of ,
CENTURY Players'
ever. They are on the road next week, meeting Memphis state
has Florida's greatest annual sports attractions. at. Memphis Tuesday (Feb. 13)), the nation's No. 1 team, University -
of the Century
Dream Race to determine the Horse Admission and parking at the city of Miami Country Club, at
will of Houston Thursday (Feb. 15) and finishing off the
been scheduled Miami Radio Station WIOD.A computor 698 Curtiss Miami is free to the and
by Parkway, Springs, public tour
Saturday(Feb. 17)) against Loyola of New Orleans in that
be used todecidethe best among Man CXWar, Citation, the colorful event Is a field day for baseball and golf fans as

Fleet, Damascus and the other great racers since> 1900. the players mingle freely with their galleries, signing autographs city.Memphis
classic America State is rough at home,Houston is rough anywhere
championship over the and for
for the posing pictures.
Competing being selected by -- and Loyola lost by only two points to Miamlin Miami a year
1 1/4 mile distance will be 12 horses now
and racing experts. ago,
sports telecasters broadcasters
writers, determine the However, the return to form ,of Rusty Parker and the re-
officials will '
Five leading American racing / including newed skill of Billy Soens indicates that the Hurricanes couldbe

sttlstical Information to be fed Into the computor weight carried, the MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE poised for an upset win or two. Parker, whose Injured ankle

best fractional times, winning margins, MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING, YOU THEY played a m a j Jar role in the disatrous road trip a week ago,
rider and average earnings index. will broadcast a looped in 28 points on FloridaA&M, to boost his average over
Joe Tannenbaum WIOD's racing editor, APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
the station and the 20 point mark. Soens had a career high in the same game
running description of the Dream Race system over on April 6. THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. with 34pointsand14rebounds.A'earago, Soens had 27 points
the address Gulli
Gulfstream Park public actual race (n PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM! and nine rebounds when matched against Elvin Hayes. Parker -
stream event an ?
will treat the as
track program had 10 rebounds and 17 points in that one but back in 1966,
course) with the listing of the horses inthe imaginary start. at Houston, Parker had 32 points and,10 rebounds.
they for the
and use of the mechanical gate

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30 THE MIAMI- -TIMES Friday- -, February 16, 1968 m ___ _I'A! _' #

I Negro Veterans Gain Through PPG Industries rounaarion I

New York. The National San Francisco, Detroit, and 'tence, 191 have been placed-in quainted with benefits available Affairs Coordinators. matched on a dollar-for-dol-
basis from
Urban League's program to Chicago. Their activities under I civilian jobs, 141 counselledand to them for the Veterans The grant from the PPG Industries other sources.
help Negro veterans from the program are aimed at assisten in obtaining educational Administration, and 336 given Foundation will makeit Others who gave toward theprogram's

Vietnam received important finding, jobs and housing for entitlements, new general counselling by?theLeagues' possible to add a full-time funding include:

lit, assistance this .,week through these Returning veterans, and homes found for 30," 313 ac- tul -ti.m Veterans Veterans Affairs,Coordinator General. Foods, Union Car-
a $35,000 grant from the PPG also adv i is ng themontheir to the staff of the Pittsburgh bide, JObnsOl1.Johnson, New
Industries Foundation. rights and benefits from.fed I PROTECT YOUR FURNITUREWITHOUT uuu__ II Urban League, and' field man York. Community Trust,
The League has been eral and local agencies.. The h1 HIDING ITS BEAUTY to the National staff for the Joseph M. Kfrchheimer, and
operating its Veterans Affairs Urban League has been corresponding CUSTOM MADE purpose of assisting the 'an individual who wished to remain -
program since Sept. 1967 for with servicemen 1t PLASTIC FURNITURE seventy-six Urban leagueswho anonymous.
the purpose of assisting re- approximately three monthsin COVERS do not have a full -time A spokesman for PPG,
turning minority group vet advance of their release SLIP Veterans Affairs Coordinator. in making the grant, said:
erans in their readjustment to from the service, advising e. CRYSTAL MIAVY OAuai CUA w "There is no question that the
civilian life. Already the pro- them of the services availableand LONG ISISTANT LA1TINANil ; r The National UrbanLea- work of the Veterans Affairs
ject has full-time Veterans asking in what areas the e .NIUVUARANTIID gue's program to assist vet- project is of such importanceit

Affairs Coordinators, them- League could be of assistance.Of e HUMOlMUft.- terans was given its initialirn- should be given every assis
selves veterans, working In the minority group service- IHIP AN* 1M ",1e petus through a two-year grant tance. We wanted to be sure
eight Urban League cities, men who have been released MTMItlli mu* rill ISTI""TIS from the Rockefeller Brothers that servicemen returning to
New York, Washington,Atlanta from the service since this IirrtUCtSMIOM I SPECIALIZING eS eAttS Fund in the amount of Pittsburgh will have an opportunity -
New Orleans,Los Angeles, program has been in exis- (.It WHIM VIKTIIrm SLIP m PLASTIC COVERS AIt NIGHTEXCLUSIVELY $150,000-$100,000 to be to have this service"

ARTHUR' House of Gretchen 3T4-0'82 PH NI

King Realty Inc. of Miami
TURIN REALTOR Formerly Gretchen>NichoIa. Plastic Cover ,

"Klng Size Buys"REALTORS 8000 NW 7th
7906 NW 7th AVE. PHONE 6914785COME :: Ij. Mohr '"i DADE ISOUR COUNTY Ave

83rd ST. NEAR 7th AVE. No qualifying. $1,000 down.
Modem 3 bedroom CBS Move right in. n 693-208 t

., .
: 91st ST. & LITTLE RIVER BLVD. Xtra large 2 '" '

.: '" Br. CBS, Fla rm, dining rm, utility rm, tile roof, hard ; ,/ \: ",OPE" 7 DAYS'
' ,
wood floors, fireplace, wall to wall carpet, awnings. . 1., h { . . "
FHA $450 dn & 86.91 mo. Seller pays all closing

3 bedrooms, enclosed front porch, I alousie win-
99th ST. FHA price $12,800. $400 dn and $79.86 dows, stove, refrig., large fenced yard. Bargainat

mo. Oversized corner lot. 2 br., Fla rm, wall to wall $7,000$600 down and $75 mo. pays all. Va- 1789 NW 93rd TERR
carpet, drapes, stove and refrigerator. Seller pays all cant. We have key. :
; closing c fits. 2 bedroom doll house. Built-in stove and oven.

: .., ., 7 years new. Vets $100 down.
CAROL CITY Several 3 & 4 Br. 2 bath homes. Get M..t.,; S2mWN .m1JAYS'KLt, ] $ ,BOO:FHAV: ': 1351 NW 51 TERRACE
,, \)1. \' "'4I "*NMtYrY rW : ." ;+i'l t"
these on FHA or No qualifying I' Set ., I pa, ,.. losing costs'on,.thlsCl35bar' atA*/ { 2 bedroom, Fla room, carpeted, FHA, $100 downto
VETERANS & URBAN RENEWAL $100 DOWN Large"Fla'roomf-tlle: the,roof'cJtywcter; "and.'well ti vets.
l lawn,,\,.appliances, conditioner.. .Good''location .
Phone: 691-4785 Open 7 Days -7906 NW 7 Av. .' :.' I ' ,: ,t' .. ?',. ::.. 8930 NW 9 COURT
Gorgeous 2 bedroom stove, refrig., carpeting,
$250 DOWN $15 PAYS ALL $10,500 FHA FHA terms. Vets $106 down.

VA or FHA Terms Seller pays closing costs on this modern, 3 bed- 3120 NW 12 AVENUE

room CBS in newarea in Opa-locka. Near school, Beautiful 2 bedroom, Fla room, garage, enclosed
((1)) 6808 NW 6th Ave. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, shopping, buses. Jalousied windows, large lot, front porch. Vets $100 down.Don't pass this upl I

2 story CBS, $300 down. $91 J month. appliances. A neat attractive home at less than 1490 NW 81 TERRACE

rent. (Our Opa-locka phone number is 624-3666). 2 bedroom
) screened porch, FHA, only $12,500.
.. . ..
((2)) 14265 NW 22nd PI. 2 bedroom CBS, -- .
$200 down, $46 mo. ?-:: :. ' '' ; BEAUTIFUL CORNER INCOME PROPERTY
$300 DOWN -:;$81.4: MONTH $13,060.FHA/

'.1. r II:;: potl. ssJi omhas o.large, ?::built:ankltchen.i }!: ;, 1391 NW\ 45 STREET
((3)) 7521 NW 12th Ct. -1 bedroom, Fla rm, : wall :'to walJ J carpeting,2bl, ;: r cort itioeers! like...* 3 bedroom, well, pump and sprinkler, awnings.Has .
r ._. one bedroom apt. for income. Also
$250 down $84 4 :itAtM appliances) drapes f'Meet-YGrd, .l'LtBEAUTIFUL w '
mo. ..... :; Priced
:': 'i: ; 'NI'/ ''''' h'.r- ,:; sX s\:\ right.
s ttaet 45od6fir"tM': !
J:: ; i' ,., "y
((4).) 6545 NW 6th Ave. 2 bedroom CBS, $250 INCOME PROPERTY

down, $66 month. NEW AREA IN OPA-LOCKA 1043 NW 33 STREET
2 CBS houses on 1 lot. Only $18,500.Well .
Modern 4 bedroom 2 bath gorgeous I
CBS, front porch, car-
((5)) 1301 NW 61st St. 3 bedroom, Fla room, port, jalousie windows, wall to wall carpeting, pump and sprinkler.

$300 down. fenced yard. Near schools, shopping, buses.
$300 down, $81.46 $13,000 FHA and seller
((6)) 5430 NW 15th Ave. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, pays your closing Call our Opa-locka office HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWe

$300 down.FORD 624-3666 for this bargain. specialize in homes for persons being dis

...... .. .... ., ., . . placed in Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing
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REALTYINC. Broker ' .": "; I Ij Projects, Veterans Call to if qualify.
: '. you
$ :
,p. DOWN. -;..NO" .. !FYING'wCB,3Jedrooms Ii:; You're only a phone call away.
I 3639 NW 15th Ave. 635.4595 : ;.,large en6lo'sed' Itr f o torthjnfuI' ;,
.t,' ::roomseparate' ,garage;1 Best,f locatloii,1nearShadowlawn \;;
"" /,Elementary 'sch.oo''c.t82-'H'Wt.' ; 47th" :'

Best : I).T er' .":'$''"..2,,500' *..I..r'.* '"'' :*:I 1;-:.I.\j'iv"':', Ny; 'i',.'\/.tfBEAUTIFUL ,\'".'1 :...;',_';,11-'l$'. ;:9:.'.,f' ;l'.!, CARLTON REALTY

&31 fcu&it 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH CORNER (Broker)

2 BDRM I BATH, CBS, FLA, vinyl floors, frontscreened Carport, jalousie windows, very modern kitchen,
porch, large corner lot. $10,500, $350 sprinkler system, stove refrigerator, air condi 693-4772 *?!& 635-3111

down, $65.11 mo. tioner, gas heat. Bargain at $13,500, $450 down,
and $83.71 FHA. Seller all closing SEE THESE HOMES BEFORE YOU BUY
2 BDRM, I BATH, CBS, FHA, landscaped, fenced, .. .. . ,, pays, .... n" ... I .. costs..
2 I fenced
I 8DRM, BATH, FHA, CBS, landscaped,
M1 u"
spacious & charming.$13,000$400 dn., $89.82mo. \ : = r'\
Hi NAVEi1nINY, 1M1'lIE H$18ES ; ; $13,000, $400 down, $80.82 monthly.
:':,YOU',CAK6UY' :ANY OF: \OUl\ .f'tbHOM' S 'ors4J
3 I
closed garage, tile roof, oak floors, landscaped, J 4- $'00 DOWN IF :YOU\ ,;ARE AYET,ORJCAHSuAUR3fj, E I" 2 BDRM, 2 BATH FHA, CBS, tile rf, executive
type home, $18,000, $800 down. $110.33 monthly.
MlU.Eh p t l) I f'i tYt: '
sprinklers, CBS, PHA, $16,000, $600 dn. $98.78 mo. .. v ,

3 BDRM, 2 BATH, FHA, CBS, spacious home,
cpt, extras $18,500, $800 down, $113.53mo.
everything. Tile roof, fenced, CBS, FHA, TO BETTER'SERVE YOU
$18,000, $800 down, $113.53 mo. BRANCH OFFICE IN OPA-LOCKA AT
rent free. All CBS duplex and extra house. 80x150
1 NO QUALIFYING ( 27th Ave. Shopping Center)
lot. 3 $22,500 down $119.31 month.
624.3666 apts. $4,000 ,
7 !
:) I TWO 2 BEDROOM, I BATH HOMES on doublelot.Thisisarealdeal.$14,000$2OOOdn.$125mo. Open Daysl
\ l XMI y ,1 yf. "Iwfa (""
,:',;**,?! QUALIFYING
\*Kj"".r.t:**,,4t 2 BDRM, 1 BATH House and extra bldg. lot.$6500.
TWO 2 BEDROOM, I BATH HOMES, vinyl firs.
I large lot, live rent free or use as money maker. REALTY: ; !
, ,. TWO 2 BDRM HOMES on one lot. Live rent
$13,500, $1500 down $115 \ .
mo. '
V free. $14,000, $2,000 down, $125 month.
BROKER ', :. ",.'t,.:
3 I tile I firs. lit i.' ',Ii. '"' f'''
2 BDRM, I BATH, Liv K, din cpet.tile
7th rm area,
4932 NW Ave.
pretty as a picture.$12,500.$1200 down.Monthly ::;: .
fr, CBS, $10,000, $1,000 down, $75 monthly.
\ payment flexible. ' : : \ \
< ; PL 9-4371 < r"'t : ; :
I \ 1.1' .y J \ ,. "v" ',." ,. ""'"oj<" '" H\ ':15:.. 3 BDRM, 2 BATH, tll.oof, CBS beauty$15,000,
: I i :. .. : $1500down $100 monthly.
ki 16000. NW 27 Ave\
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i SHELl REALTY8R ,. jj
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j 3074 NW 79 ST.
>, 624.3666' :
I : west Sears
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: : r424. )ifW7Ih. AV. ;!;758.5551 11 :':' ,' Open:Evenings! '7 SundaysSasi5fei , > ,, Jf.tI. 693-4772 answer CALL 635 3177A
I: 4 t ,I lia.\io'AJ; ;'''''tIuh A q .. $'.' '... 1 Yut mlr '(".\..':: <,i>,a.:;. iur;.*. . ., ,'.t :... .. it-i -

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., : t"QR' AL '; "h .. :' -, "'; FOftREtfl\, :* ., MOSBY-GETS GOOD
CLASSIFIED ADS Brand new fine quality '3'bedroom : Room in private home for quiet PRESS NOTICES

sober settled man, workdays.
2 bath home. North of
6349654. Jim Mosby, a young entertainer -
15 WORDS OR LESS SI 50. expressway on open lot, at acts
5C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD., 4015 who also as emcee
NW 24th
Avenue. Phone
builder .
PH-3604., .Jndef.i .
--- Williams unstinted
J11"' ; praise in' Reporter ;ofFebruary
Close to everything, 251'NW 1 ..YVrM .., 3 bedroom CBS cargort:: 'tile i/ 'i< i 1.: Said, the Journalof

59th Ter., FHA; "a'CBSdream \-Lir-ftE RIVER"DRtl $tQif D Wt. ; ,.fQ9., tipaiA1rai spotation and DRIVERS Mosby; "He:,has, an excellent -
,3 bedroom 2 { No\eiosingCostv,'I-M 'schools FHA terms $300 ,Experienced: 'Excellent:; Op '
house, 2 bed/oom, 'ltbath } bath, executive }..o 'voice, he knows what, to
large Florida room;, stove and, home, with, Jots of extra, .on]; r ,NDplosing.C.OstM <.i T tiovn.' $100 vets' Nov:closing portunities.. $100 or more forth do' with a song and 'to his

refrigerator,"fenced in yard the canal ,prestiege, home, Lovely = arge costs; Drive by 3231 NW 171 right men..Hospitalization everlasting credit, he does

$11, price, $400 down, total price $25,000 with ban. porch. Good close-in location Street, then call Fenster Real- and uniforms. Sunset BottlingCo. exceptionally' well witha

payment! No Closing Costs, terms a must see by appoint- Vacant move-in. Allapattah ..ty, Broker, 759-8779. 50 West 29th St, Hialeah. 3-piece orchestra. He does

(Vets$100). Aetna Realty ment only. A, Ben-Kori,Real- Realty 633-0426. many Impressions of stars,
tor, call anytime 759-2425 or Open Sunday 3-6p.m.1220NW Experienced male plant work- for the most
(Broker ), 811 NW 54th St. part they are
751-2243. Beautiful 88th st 3 bedroom ers for soft drink
phone 757-5724 7 Duplex. $175 month 2 bath,CBS industry. Negro stars as they would
open days.
income. Live rent free plus FHA or conventional,carport, Good starting salary with po- sing such as the late Nat

1250 NW90tbSTREET extra house on same 80 x 150 built-in range and over, car- tential increases immediatelySunset Cole Louis
7928 NW 14th Place King Armstrong,
Open Sunday 2 to 6.Total price lot. Three apartments all CBS, port. In best area. Our sales- Bottling Co. 50 West
bedroom 1 bath Belafonte
hardwood $20,000 wtih $1,000 down FHA $22,500. $4,000 down. $119.31 men will be on premises. 29th St. Hialeah.Mixersdrivers.. Harry Billy
floors, tile roof, stove and refrigerator month. Eckstine, Sammy Davis, Lena
Fenster Broker
Realty 759-
JHA $12,500$400down Horne. and Pearl Bailey.
Carlton Realty, Broker, 693- 8779. Maule Indus- :
(Vets $100)) No "This young man has real I
terms this is a 3772 or 635 3177. tries has immediate openingsfor
cor n e rIot, talent and if he is
Costs, we have the key, Aetna double mixerdriver trainees., managed
Realty (Broker) 811 NW 54th garage 3 bedroom 2 Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS FHA correctly, should make his
bath with wall to wall Cream of the crop duplex,tile Must have experience on
carpet mark in this world
St., Phone: 757-5724. open 7 roof, CBS, 2 bedroom, baths approved carport, many extras heavy equpment. Apply 9-12, singingin
and stove. A. Ben-Kori Real- his own voice.
days. total$11,000,$100 for
each side. Will go fast excel- Mon. Fri. Room 204. 7603 #'
tor call anytime 759-2425 or vets. Seller closingcosts.
lent location, furnished. Must pays Biscayne Boulevard.
2163 NW 83rd 2 751-2243. Drive 2366 NW 85th
Sty CBS, bed- ), see. FHA,.$17,500. $700 down by

room, 1 bath, hardwood floors $107.76.month. Carlton Realty St.. Then call Fenster Realty, House keeper to live in (Ft. CHILD CARE
tile roof wall 150,NVX 40th STREET Broker 759-8779
to wall ( )
carpet- Broker, 693-4772 or 635-3177 Lauderdale) work not hard,no
ing, FHA ,$12,500-$400 down, Open Sunday, 3 to 6 p.m. FHA children. Call 754-5401 for Mothers, Mothers, I f you are
No Closing'costsVef! 'terms $13,900 with $450 down looking for a clean neat home
2 bedroom large llousied FOR RENT interview. (Feb. 23)) .
Aetna Realty(Broker), 811 NW with $112 a month includes all experienced babysitter good

54th Street Phone: 575-5724. this is a beauty with 2 bed- porch, big kitchen, plus sep- Stores offices or clinic. A-I food call us pickup and delivery -
porch, big kitchen, plus sepa- Barber wanted. Beck's BarberShop
1 633-2002
7 room, bath hardwood floors, location. New or 6332732MISCELLANEOUS
Open days. building on NW
rate 2 room apt.can pay mort- 6612 NW 18th Avenue. .
huge 20 x 20 florida A
room. 62nd St. at corner of 11th Ave.
Call 681-6049.
21-23 NW 52nd St. 2 housesfor must see. A. Ben-Kori, Real- gage. next toU-Tote-MStore. Phone

the price of one, live rent tor 759-2425 or 751-2243. Max Levin FR 4-9081 or 444- OPERATORS WANTED
Lot and a half on 30th ct Glen- Magnolia Beauty Salon phone
free, property to be painted, wood 3673.
HOUSE AND LOT Heights.$3300.691-9448 685-3921 Feb. 16 City wide 24 hour service
make your own terms, Aetna or 633-8778 ask for Mr.Bark-
Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th Drive by 6742 NW 4th Ave., 2 ley. Mar. 8. Modern efficiency. Quiet Charge it, 634-6714, Castle
bedroom CBS home plus extra 2 bedroom house or apt. for 'TV.
St. Phone 7575724. Open 7 neighborhood. Nice yard. No
big lot to build on. Nice area. children FR 4-4685.Evening. family of three no small child s
days. Contents of North Miami Home
Total for both only $9,100. : ren. Phone 864-8687 ask for Letter writer, bookkeeper,
Spanish style living
920 NW 87th Street. No quali- Cash or bank terms. Call me I room dining room bedroom Room 2141 NW 70th St. phone Dorothy Williams floor waxing carpet cleaning.
fying Ultramodern CBS to see. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor 691-6590. 'Ada's j Service 751-0551 or
759-2425. :sectional sofa, TV, stero, WANTED. All around barbe- 751-5771.
home, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, serving machine. 9x12 Indian
cue man. Call evenings 759- .
Nice 5520 15th
room. Men. NW
built in 1965 built-in oven and
2 nylon lamps etc.
rug. rugs, ,
2 HOUSES & LOT Avenue. 8245. Ask for Mrs. Baker.
range, must be seen to be appreciated Less than 6 months old. 754- REMODELING
Call Aetna Drive by 1624 NW 43rd Street
Realty 2788. Room additions remodeling
811 2 houses plus extra lot, com- Duplex living room,bedroom,
(Broker), NW 54th St., ph. CHILD CARE alterations commercial -
757-5724. 7 pletly fenced Price $9,000. kitchen and bath, unfurnished. mothersin
Open days. Children for working industrial residential. Free
Cash. Call A. Ben-Kori, Real- Opa-locka 16250 NW21stAve. Phone 8886643. For informationCall
my home. estimates. Allied Builders
FHA SPECIAL! 8720 NW 14th tor, 759-2425. 3 bedroom CBS. wall to wall -- 696- 9687, (Feb. 23). 4463288. -
1 bedroom I n private home. .
Clean in and out.FHA
Avenue $400 down total price carpets.
down $10C I Hot and cold water.Nicely fur-
VACANT LOT terms only $250 or
$13,000 2 bedrooms 1 bath
stove and refrigerator, one Good location, vacant lot just to"vets': Drive"by then 'call l nished. 2491 NW .59th- st NE No Qualifying Homes

reverse cycle airconditionerNo west,,of 1621 NW 44th St. size Fenster Realty, Broker, 759- 4-2264.

50 x 100 zoned for house or 8779.
Closing Costs. Aetna duplex only $3,000 total Cash.A. Oae 2 bedroom apts. 2139 NW ((1)) 2137 NW 59th St. Brand new. 3 bed-

Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54thst Ben-Kori, Realtor. Modern CBS duplex bedroom, 47th Terrace. 373-7973. room, 2 bath. $900 down.
Phone 757-5724. 7
: Open 1 bath 1
, 759-2425. carport, bedroom, 1
days. bath on extra large corner lot. 1558 NW 49th STREET ((2)) 8037 NW 18th Ave. bedroom, $300 dn.

2454 NW 86th Street.Nice CBS Tile roof. Bar-b-que pit.FHA 1 bedroom cottage, unfurn forc

2025-25 NW 91st St.Beautiful home, large room, 2 bedroom, $500 down, $96 month, Atlanti couple only, weekly$19,needs ((3)) 3274 NW 68th St. 1 bed. $50.00 down.

duplex, carport, FHA$13- living room, dining room, tile & Pacific Realtors. 666-0411 painting. Immediate occupancy,

700, downpayment $450 (Vets bath, modern electrict kitchen Call Mr. Gross, 4446126.or .
((4)) 3420 NW 178th St. 3 bedroom Fla rm
$100)), live rent free in this one, built-in stove, wall oven and NO CLOSING COSTS evenings 448-2824. ,

Aetna RealtyBroker),811 NW refrigerator. 2 airconditionswall Lovely 3 bedroom 1 bath CBS $600 down, CBS.

54th Street, Phone: 757-5724. to wall carpets, draw 'Title roof Hard wood floor;I Want Christian woman or
I a couple. 1649 NW 69th Ter. ((5)) 2240 NW 93rd 2 bedroom Fla
Open 7 days. drapes extra outside room fenced corner lot,awning,air- St. rm,
Utility with anytime after 5 or interviewon CBS $495 down $75 month.
sleeps one. conditioner, wall to wall car- ,
Corner Beauty 8901 NW 10th]1 pump for sprinklers, city pet, near Central High. FHA Sunday. 693-0353

Avenue, 2 bedroom, 1 bath.> water in house,awnings fence, $400 down $80 month. Vet

CBS, FHA $15,500 No Clos, fruit and shad trees. Price erans or displaced persons

ing costs Open house Sunday' lower than FHA appraisal $100 down. Atlantic & Pacific Apt. For Rent WE HAVE, MANY INCOME

tile roof, hardwood floors,i $12,900. No closing costs. Realtors. 666-0411. 50th
stove and refrigerator, cen- $400 down. Owner 691-6293. PROPERTIESFORD

tral heat, get there fist! Aetna Handyman or speculator's Furnished 2 bedrooms

t Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54tt i CBS 2391 NW 93rd STREET special 2 bedroom, 1 bath CE S Select Clientele

St, Phone: 757-5724. Income, 2 bedroom, Fla room, on rear of duplex corner lot Carpeted ThroughoutNo

large corner lot. Owner after 75-110. Lots roomtobuildan- Children No Pets REALTY INC. Broker

ON A LAKE! 1135 NW 83rd St,. 5 or weekends. other house. Seller very ,

2 bedroom, huge Floridaroom L -_- anxious. Inspect 2293 NW 101 PHONE: PL 9-4114 3639 NW 15th Ave. 635-4595

stove and refrigerator '54 Ford Panel Truck excellent St. Make offer Atlantic & Pa-

air-conditioned, FH/, condition $185. Call cific Realtors 666-0411

$15,000 or can be bought con, 445-0794 or 534-4563.

ventionally below FHA valua
tion. Aetna Realty (Broker;)) By ,owner on spacious corner 2367 NW 93rd STREET

811 NW 54th St. Phone: 757-. lot 2 bedroom, Fh room gar- 2 bedroom huge Fla. room ex- Your House is Your Home

5724. Open 7 days. age, fully tiled kitchen, wall See'
tra large lot. Call owner
to wall carpets, 2 air-conditioner 693-2631. Why Not Own It??

3 BEDROOM 2 BATHS s, heat, fenced,

Total $14,000 with only $450 I sprinklers for appointment r''
737 NW 47th Terrace r"f OPEN HOUSE OPEN HOUSE

all down for and $107 a month pays, call 696-9384, 1030 NW 89th 3 bedroom, CBS, move rightin 2 P.M. 'til 5 p.m. Daily (including Sundays)
this lovely corner pro Street.
large rooms.SeeCall own' 91st ST. & 13th RT.
perty with a double lot, CBS,, er 693-2631.

with lots of extras FHA terms,. Duplex 1530 1532 NW 51st I will be showing BRAND NEW medallion Sunshine -

A. Ben-Kori, Realtor call any, St. 1 bedroom each side partly 4 homes. Three and four bedrooms, 2 baths,
3 bedroom move right in.
time 759-2425 or 751-2243,t furnished. FHA financingto large Florida rooms, all electric kitchens, beautiful
4220 NW 11th Place. Lovely 757-7590 Bahama tile roofs, spacious garages, and
home in best area.,
DRIVE BY Cdlowner. ,f many other features. All individually designedwith
porch. See
10129 NW 26th Ave. one bed LOTS $25 DOWN AND UP 693-2631. : you in mind.

rome one bath CBS Com;>letl)' $25 MONTH AND UP
furnished this is beautiful, for with terms like this, you can

a woman or couple for retire, OWl yor future homo site and NO QUALIFYING 91st STREET & 13th AVENUE

ment. Total price$12,500 witli i build while you buy. 75 x 105 Beautiful large, 2 bedroom,

bank terms A. Ben-Kori,I, feet costs as low as $1450 in CBS, large lot, nice area, 2P.M.'til 5 p.m. Doily (Including Sundays) 2 p.m.'til 5 p.m.

Realtor i vicinity SW 213 over size rooms, carporte, I WILL BE THERE FOR SURE WILL YOU???
call anytime 759242or Lincoln City, .. ,. . '
751-2243 Street to 220 St., Cutler Rd. fenced in yard, hardwood

and Allapattah Drive High floors good terms. Drive by :Brown )Realty'IiIi :

$350 DOWN FHA 2 BEE I 1 Pineland. Don't pass up these 9210 NW 15th Ave. Then call '

SOUTH MIAMI terms, Jack Richardson, Fenster Realty, (Broker), \ f".Qt JI$ ,"PROYlN.,R A,. ,I r : :r : .14O'.H.wtt ;! i :. : :

CALL MR. ACHER Realty, Inc., 14537 NW 7th 759-8779. . H .. ,. ,
ROBIN REALTY, 221-5481 Ave. 688-6638.




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