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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: February 23, 1968
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Vol. 45 No. 26 MIAMI, FLORIDA, 'FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1968 GES 15I


I In this period of crisis we side neither pro or con 84% Of Negro

on the teachers' walkout. Our'first consideration mustbe
the children.

) We highly commend the protesting teachers for their
dedicated campaign for quality education for our:child- Teachers: Walk Out
W. ren. But now that muscles have been flexed and'points
have been made, l let's get our schools open again.
In the 36 predominantly Ne- Jackson 130.18
How this can be done,we do not know. But it is high- gro scho Is in Dade County pharr 30 .- ,.10
ly necessary that we get our children back into the only 16% of the teachers show- Tucker 38 5
F classrooms. To be perfectly honest, Negro studentsare ed up for work on Monday.Out West Dunbar 34 '1
C!" a f. the big losers in this fight. They can ill afford to of 1889 teachers making up the Dorsey 63.11
miss time out of school because.of the educational gap. staff in these 36 schools only Evans 46-7
4.Y Our kids generally have more distance to cover than 298 were in school.In Gladeview 36 7
n V the average student. Let us not forget the days of the the table below the num- Holmes 64 -13
ill-staffed and ill-equipped schools that we. are now ber of teachers in the entire orchard Villa 59 5
trying to overcome. school is shown first and the Poinciana 52 -12

There ,are many phases of this teachers''walkout that number reporting for work on JRE Lee 21'- 0
are confusing. This problem will not be the easiest one Monday follows.Northwestern Martin 44 0
x D to solve. 93-5 Richmond Heights 56 4
vrr'b Bunche Park 46. 17
When the Dade School Board ordered 101 schools Liberty City 46 1 Carol City 144.31; ;
; S+ $ r reopened on Wednesday only six of these were pre Drew Elem. 54-0 North County 27 '. 5 :
dominantly Negro schools.Reason given for this is that Phyllis Wheatley 44 28 North Dade 45 2 ,\
not enough Negroes are qualified as substitutes. It is Dunbar 61-1 A. L. Lewis 34- 8
': heartening to know that Northwestern andJackson will Allapattah Jr. High 69 1 Mays 65.16
\ ,, t reopen today (Feb.22))for seniors only.119 of 132 sen- Brownsville 61-3 Moton 31 9
: iors attended Mays' reopening session on Wednesday.The Bethune 49-7 Pine Villa 52 -"3
rT .,' 'J'II seniors will be the hardest hit if the walkout is Allapattah Elem. 56. 11 Richmond 29 -11
; "\:' Carver 28-6 '
jr; II' prolonged. W. Homestead 39 ; 6
k Earlington Heights 46-7 .4:
rw Many observers were surprised that a larger per- Robert E. Lee 50-7 1889 '298Dale's
I .". centage of Negro teachers resigned than white. Ne-
4 t. groes have only recently come into the Classroom
t.Aj. .
Teachers Association and possible more pressure was Model City Program'sDir.ctor

.... I : ; ,. r.i .'. ,', .put on them to go along with ,the CTA program. .;'1
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'' Appointed I,
'AZETAS f d'J.' ..... , :', ; Our schoo\systemisfartoogoodtobe. wrecked'over ... ,. . :
: -.-.J'sz..... this bass leIf this situation is tot* resolved. both '
.It 1 As was to be expected, a tensive search for% Negro ,
parties must be willing to give a little ground, Both
Negro received the Job: to be with the qualifications for the
CTA and Gov. Claude Kirk seem equally stubborn.
i it the director of the Model City Job. About three local Negroes t

Mrs. Mildred Bradham, International Grand Basileus We don't know how you will do it, but let's make a program, a plan of coordinated had turned it down, becauseof i
I r of the,Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc, will speak at the local sincere effort to get the schools open.We owe it to our efforts to prevent slum con- their refusal to quit their

chapter's Community Fellowship Banquet on Saturday children. ditions from invading a none- present Job in which they were

February 24, at the Everglade's Hotel (see storyon square mile piece of real es- giving satisfactory and com
page 6)). ': tate" in the count}. mendable service to the com-
Rage And LockhartNamed Receiving the appointment munity.
--- - ----- -- on Monday is Godon Johnsonof Dade County was designatedlast

; Town Houses fo be Health Battle Creek, Michigan,who year as one of the 63 communities -
to AgencyFour has had extensive experiencein to participate in the

youth training, rehabili- Model City Program.The area
Dade County residents chairman; Charles Lockhart, tion, and social works. to be used for the project is
: Built in Urban were appointed by Gov.Claude public relations; and Dr. W.
Johnson's boss will be Haley bounded on the east by the
Kirk to the Florida Health Dean Warren, dean of the Un i-
Sofge, director of,the Metro North-South Expressway; on
with 47 of Miami School of
Council versity
Planning along
Department of Housing and the west, by N. W. 37th Ave-
other Floridans.. Medicine.
Renewal AreaDo Urban Development, who said nue; on the south, by NW 38th
The Dade
appointees are
that Johnson's salary will be Street, and by NW 79th Streeton
Mrs. Athalie Range, Miami The counci will held coor-
$18,132 a north. target has
you want a town house? were opened Thursday: city commissioner; Paul dinate the planning of all state year.
The appointment ended a an 80 percent Negro popula-
Before long town houses will Ecumenical Development O'Neill, Republican country health agencies. four-month intensive and ex- tion.
be for if the Corp, 50 town houses at
ready occupancy,
plans outlined by Metro a cost of $686,760, including I..j,.,: .<\..;:,. 'fi."r:: .r .r: '.!"r. ; ....,," ... l '.';.'\;;.... i'-I' _. JIIrJIbdltJla! :

officials materialize. five two-bedroom unit s,40
These officials have been three bedroom and five four- i r4r'; (,' ,g ( 1 i b ,r 4' bil 1" 6'tr' '

talking .about"town houses for bedroom.
the past five years, and later: Apgar and Markman Construction -

tThursday: Metro received bids Co., 47 townhouses .1- ')-, .
for its first housing projectof $587,000 with 16twobedroomapartments : f" :'1 I:

that kind. 26 threebedroom ,." "',1\'\, .. '. r
Four developers submitted and five four-bedroom. : ,
proposals for projects rang- Hayatt Associates, 47 town <
ing from $450,000 to$686,760. houses at a cost of $595,000with
The winning one will buy the 17 two-bedroom units,21

2.6-acre tract at NW 20th Ave three-bedroom and four four-1 '#I".;'
nue and the N o r t h-South expressway bedroom. ,,"
from the county for 20th Street Apartment "

$47,500. Corp., 48 garden apartmentsfor .. :'. \
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There will be a meeting next $450,000,including 20 two- { ..
Wednesday of Metro's Department bedroom apartments, 24 two- .",
of Housing and Urban De- bedroom and four four-bed- a +.

velopment Advisory Board room.
where all the bidders will explain The winning bidder will finance -
their plans. his project through the
The following proposals FHA.

I t Y. Y. v r
1_ Negro Wins Deerfield

City Commission SeatE. 'i '.... .. .L __._L--i __ ___. .__ _

Hilton Knowles becamethe votes. Incumbents Robert Civil Service Board Takes On ColorMiami's

first Negro to win a seaton Dugdale got 1,574 and Emer-
the Deerfield Beach City son Church polled 1,502. Civil Service Board has taken on a new look with has always taken the lead in voter registration drives in this
Commission Tuesday Mr Knowles ran on a simple, community.
appointment CharlesR. Hadley as its first Negro mem-
Knowles, a local builder con- honest platform of representing Members of the Board pictured above are Earle I F. Perkins, i
tractor, ran third in the commission fairly both white and Ne- ber. Hadley was named to the Board by City Commissioner Alex Gurdak, Chairman Charles Hut toe, Mr. Hadley and

race receiving 1,468 gro sections of his city. Maurice Ferre. Mr. Hadley is a longtime civic worker who Stephen Kouchalakos. The Board meets every Tuesday.University .

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, February 23, 1968

F t Death off MberpeadIocks: # Bayard

-Jfllli J as .G yernmentL Rustin

The government of PrernJe ,,' ly consist of one member who Braynen, who is an mdependent -
Lynden Pindling of tb- is a'Laborite, white the Unit when it came to break-
mas faces ajxxs i e general ed Bahamian party also has 18 Ing up tie.As the political con- SpeaksThe
electioncW ection which votes. ditions stand now,the Premier
coiydApppie hisadmlnlstrationSrstrengthenhis will have to depend on the
hold of Since Pindling's party was speaker in cases when there --I.J

his continuation In office. swept Into office 13 months ago are ties again.Observers. Politics Of ViolenceSince
ii. in age n era 1 election upset, believe that
This risky styuatloirihas Pindling and his party have Pindling best bet is t o have a
been brought about the'd 'ath- r.McPhee we live In a society that teaches young people-
strong par
and have a
ruled on a slim one-vote ma by-election ..
this week of'Vrllh'cl'bee, a\ candidate like Clement May- ticularly young Negroes that they won't get anything unless
member of; p indling's I Pr< "- jority. nard who is minister without they riot, it is not quite true that violence gets nothing. Mainly .

gressive Liberal party. This and a leader in the it gets attention, and for young people that Is important it
businessman ,
McPhee, 42, a local othe things as well: emotional cartharsis
leaves the Negro governmentIn gets a few token
.. ,, ., ., had been absent Senate. Maynard has proven
of to
an 18-18 tie, with which the --- -- votepullingpower concessions, and scraps programs buy temporary peace.
that he has strong
from the House of Assemblyon
Premier Is confronted.The 18 therefore save But that is the limit of its positive gains.
votes In the House Assemb- .'. Dies In office many occasions,with Plnd can
ling's party receiving the sup the life of Premier Lynden It never gets what we really need: social commitments and

port of the speaker, A. R. Plndling's government. national programs which alone can eliminate the root causes
J.D. Ball Auto Salesmen of violence. It gets national programs, yes, but not the ones

I we need: repressive measures, such as the careful prepara-
Going Great tions now being made across the country to put down "crimein

the streets," which to reactionaries means "Keep
hitch in Germany he came to the niggers in their place and lower taxes."

work for J. D. Ball and work A few years ago, mobilization of repressive force against
ed himself up through the Negroes would have stirred a great national outcry Today, the
ranks to salesman. voices of Negro violence have stilled that response and usher-
ed in a period of moral indifference.

Freddie Milton is the other The reason for that Indifference is clear. man earlier

salesman who's doing a bangup period the Negro struggle set an exemplary moral tone by
Job In new and used car turning its back upon both the language and the strategies of
f'in' sales. Milton lives in Perrineand e violence. By so doing, it dramatized the brutal nature of those
t .r F is a graduate of Mays High who opposed us, stirred the national conscience,and won mil
School and has attended col lions of allies to the cause of human rights. Today, the politicsof

y lege in California. (' hr violence have been endorsed by so many so-called militant
9 groups that the great middle group inAmericansociety which
should be supporting our rights find it difficult to defend Ne-

." groes even when they are clearly brutalized.In .

such an atmosphere, Justice Is the only winner becauseit
--- -- is not: easy for the nation as a whole to exercise those dis-
JOHNNY HAYESI criminating moral Judgments that are to
necessary preservethe
General Lawrence F. O'Brien (right) congratulates
Idea of and the hope for a Just society. For example
f you've see n an unusual 1 aFRED Donald B. Lee, director of the Post Office Department'sOffice
people suspect that LeRoi Jones may well have been innocentof
number of Fords, Mustangs of and for
Planning Systems Analysis, Mr. Lee's the charge of carrying weapons In Newark last summer. But
Coronas, Falcons and such on ward as "one of the ten outstanding men in the
young even if he is Innocent, it bec9mes difficult for the society to
the streets lately, most likely Federal Government.
defend Jones against such an allegation when he has been
they came from the J. D. Ball The award, being shown by Mr. Lee to the Post. reported -
so often to be calling Negroes to "get
Ford dealership at 9000 NW upon you some
naster General, is named for Arthur Flemming, former
Confused the society stands back and asks not
7th Ave. : May a
United States Civil Service Commissioner and now President
man who speaks as though politics begin at the mouth of a gun
of the of Mr. Lee cited
University Oregon. was
And the salesmen are be in fact busily preparing his own violent platform?
luring the 20th annual award ceremonies Feb. 15 at
probably either of two person Washington, D. C., for helping to "turn the eyes of the The same applies to the students InOrangeburg,South Caro
able the floor at
young men on Post:: Office to the future ." The citation also noted lina. I can easily believe that the students who were killed did
J. D. Ball.Johnny I' I .-- hat' Mr. Lee's work has aided the Postal Service in not start the disorders. But five years ago, there would have

MILTON :planning/ "for long-range growth"and "for a been no doubt about that. The assumption would have been that
Hayes 36, is a vet comprehensive
the southern police were responsible and the would
attack that
have eluded
eran of 11 years with the Ball problems solution for
lecades." have expressed its outrage. Today, the suspicion tends to be
He has two
agency. spent yearsat that these students may have themselves been advocates of vio
Florida A&M. Hayes'came I lence. And all because of the violent language now heard from
here from Orlando after
coast to coast.
graduating from Jones High IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
This atmosphere is not only muffling the nation's moral con-
School. After a two-year army
science, but also stifling the democratic process. At the New
Be EXCELLENT EARNINGS OPPORTUNITY Politics Convention In Chicago last year, the give and take of

Properlyfitted opinion and democratic discussion, so essential to clear action -
IMA BUS OPERATORSNEW were not allowed to determine the program that emerged
Ella Moncur, president from the conference.
Charles R. Drew Junior '& Thus many Negroes are today repeating th tactics that were
High Parent-Teach Association LUM V % "till lip, used to keep them out of the Americanpolitical and economic

has called an urgent 1.$ LN MI'.,.N..Iais mainstream: They are now hooting down speakers,stifling ids-
meeting of parents of the junior F1atI WAGE :SATES IMPROVED BENEFITS sent, taking over platforms, issuing physical threatsdeny-
high and elementaryschools from ito 14 ing to others the freedoms of speech and belief they-claim for
for Monday night at themselves. In short, those who fight most vigorously for the
7:30. The present school PH. 'R 9..31 right to dissent are themselves thefirst: to deny it to others.
Starting Base Rate $2.29 hour
crisis per
will be discussed and .
methods sought to have classes 34,' OR H'MtAMtAVE' $2.40 after 6 months $2.52 after 18 months Such methods are not compatible with the growth of viable
resumed. 'O II'\I "'ON .. ... TILL' political institutions among Negroes. They are
inspired merely by the lust for control,not by what Is going to
PLUS MANY CASH ALLOWANCES be controlled. But before we can control we must develop a

program. And the politics of violence only obscure programs;
Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE it does not create the atmosphere conductive to democratic
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 23, 1968 3King's ;

i Men In Top Level t --- :: ( I


Strategy Session HereUnder

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the sponsorship of the of the A. Phillip Randolph Institute sional action ona missive:
Southern Christian Leader- ; Rev. Andrew Young, scale.
ship Conference, 170 ministers vice president of SCLC; Rev.C. The people Dr.King plans to
and other civil rights T. Vivian, Dr. George bring to Washington, he says,
leaders are meeting in Miami Wylie, Rev. C, L. Franklin of will be thousands of poor people '
with Dr. Martin Luther King, Detroit; ,Rev. Jefferson Rod- most of them Negro, to
the civil rights crusader of gers, Washington, D. C.; Rev. camp In and be civilly disobedient
Nobel Prize fame, at the fabulous Marshall J. Sheppard of Phil- h'_

Sheraton Four Ambassadors adelphia.The He has been told"Con-
in a training program closed meeting of the less
gr e ss men could care
aimed at eliminating the Ne- ministers has the national about a demonstration in
gro's economic plight. public guessing about the sub-
Washington, plus the fact that
The meeting in Miami is a ject matter of the discussions. Negroes could be made to look w
strategy conference with some Many feel the sessions are bad nationally."
of the most prominent civil built around "Operation
rights leaders of the nation in Breadbasket," the economic In Florida, well- known '
attendance. Among them are boycott technique to force civil rights leader fears public 1
the following: businesses to hire more and reaction to a massive demon- ( :' 1!: i ,
Dr. Al Pitcher of the Uni- upgrade Negroes In jobs. stration which would clog the :
versity of Chicago; Dr. Ralph Others feel the meetings; are streets of the nation's capital. _ : ), S.iv ,_
Dr. Al Pitcher of the Uni- to plan for the proposed Wash- ." ----
versity of Chicago; Dr. Ralph ington demonstration. But a few days ago, Dr.Kings An audience reading like who's who in Dade Count y lamed the Roosevelt Officeof
Arbernathy, King's most loyal Dr. King hopes to funnel a i d, "it would be Irresponsible the First Federal Savings and Loan Association on Sunday, February 4 and
assistant; Dr. Charles Long, 200,000 people into the na- to call off the Washington thoroughly enjoyed an afternoon of thrilling/ music superbly rendered by the famed
Dr. Archie Hargraves of Chi tion's capital for his "dislo demonstration, "There is Bethune.Cookman College Concert Chorale under the/ direction of Mr.Thomas D.
cago; Dr. Daniel Moynihan of cation" in April. He feels that in the ghettos an inchoate rage,
Walter Fauntroy will be the best to drama- and if movement does
M.1.T.; Rev. way some
Among the huge audience were Mr. W. H. Walker, Jr., Chairman of the Board,
vice mayor of Washington, tize the economic plight of the not come into being, we will
Rustin director First Federal Savings and: Loan Association; Miami City Commissioners Athalie/
D.C.; Bayard Negro and to demand congres- have darker nights.
Range, Irwin; Christie and David Kennedy; Metro Judge Arthur Maginnis and many
others from all walks of life.
I Carver Y Atlas Rocket: All Systems "Go"The As a token of appreciation for a stirring performance by the Brilliant Chorale

group, and: for the splendid work being done at the collegea check was presen ted

Project Atlas team Director Howard Car t e r reports to Mr. Demps for the college by Mr. T. F. Moore, Vice-President in charge of
manning the Carver Y Atlas that radio contact will be! savings and branches.
Rocket on its "Race to the shortly followed up by house- Photo by Bill/// Harris ;
Moon" reports that all sys- to-house contact in the com-
tems are "Go"' and that the munity In order to allow these Billion Dollars For Slum ClearanceIn 11
project Is steady on course. citizens t not belonging to a
Project Director Garth C. special group to make a con-
Reeves announced that mes- tribution. He said that present a move to meet the threats few days" the union officials.
sages received from flight directors plans Include declaring one of rioting in the nation's cities, The top AFL-CIO officials, Another $1 billion will be
and astronauts aboard weekend before the end of the President Johnson, last week, including President George proposed by the President to
Membership Drive on March declared that he would ask Meany, said that they knew of expand immediate con-
15th, "Carver Y Membership Congress for $2-billion to the President's plans Inpledg- struction of low-Income units -
Contribution Weekend." clear slums and build low-in- ing labor's cooperation In the from about 50,000 a year to
Branch Program Director Ray come housingAFL-CIOof- federal model cities program. 250,000.
I Thornton reports that both ficials meeting in Miami President' Johnson will ask Construction In the second F
: : regular and contribution Beach annamced. Congress $1 billion to expandthe *year would rise to 500,000 ,
Said these officials, "It's now largely experimental low-Income units a year and to
.. ,.. __.._ memberships are beginning to
H. reach the .Carver Branch office -, going to be a terrific housingmessage model cities program Into 700,000 In the third year under
{ RUTH POLITE that' the, Presidentwill large-scale rebuilding In the the 'Johnson's proposal, the 4
Flight Directors Mrs Dana Project Director\.J Reeves 'deliver to Congress in a big city slums, according to union,men said.

Dorsey Chapman, Mrs. Ruth said he was happy to report the
Polite, Rev. W. F. LongAtty. progress of Project Atlas. He
Henry Arrington, Ezekiel said also that the progress being -
Burrows and Samuel Rogers made Is certainly due to FOR THE FINEST[ HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONS
report that letter contact has the unselfish giving of time and AT MODERATE RATESCALLBONDED f)
already been established with energies by the night directors I
special groups in the commun- and astronaunts in direct '
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ity and that the response thus contact with the community. *
far has been admirable.Flight Reeves stated again that he
SAMUEL ROGERSthe Director China Valles reports was confident the response by ;
Atlas Rocket indicate that that continuous radio contact the community would exceed
the community is respondingvery with the community at large the announced goal of project RENTAL jr'o
well to the Carver Branch has been established via Atlas. ;
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 23, 1968


To Be EqualBy &L-- fJILL McBRIDE 1 I

Young, Jr.
Office 6530NW 15th Ave., Miami, Flo. 33147-PhoneI691.0421 Executive Director \ \' Model City Program :I

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher National Urban League : ? (\ '
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor .
Peoples Program
< STANLEY' I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor "fJls

.! National Advertising Representative' Studying A Sick SocietyThis .: :.. ... PART ID
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I for 1968. I've got one too, but it's pretty simple.My
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studies of Negroes year.
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I ONE YEAR 55.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 Think about it. Studying; Negroes threatens to become one ::: by the North'South Expressway, on the west by ;:

't' Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post I of the biggest industries in the U.S. Gods knows how many: j N. 4/, 37th Avenue, on the South by NW 38th Street,
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 different commissions and study groups are studying Listyear's and oy N. W. 79th Street on the North. ,
1I riots. Books and articles reporting new studies of
: The NEGRO"CREDO PRESS OF believes THE NEGRO that America PRESS"can best lead different aspects of Negro life are arriving daily. :::.:.:.:.:.:.:.::.:.:.:.;.:.;.;.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.

the world from racial and national antagonism when it accordsto Every university has its "Negro expert! ," usually white.
every man regardless of his racet creed or color his human Every foundation swamped with requests for funds to study In our column of last week we labeled Dade County's Model
and legal rights. Hating no no man-.the Negro this Negro ghetto or that one. We've had studies of the City program as a People's Program because the basic thrustof
Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men
are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. "souls" of black people, the "pathology" of the Negro the program is the linking of projects and activities designed -
) family, and others, you name it, and its been studied.Of to develop human resources with those for improving the
NOTES THAT MIGHT GIVE SOME HELPIt course, if you study something, you don't have to do physical environment. The program places major emphasison
has become American folk-lore to think that money alone anything about it. Just wrap it with the between fancy-looking: meeting the needs of the families and individuals in the tar
can accomplish everything. So we spend billions -- and then covers and put it on the shelf. It's much easier to study get area for jobs, education, health and social services.We .
wonder why we still have school dropouts, riots, slums, beat- unemployment tha n it is to create new jobs; much easierto
niks, and mounting crime. write about bad housing than it is to build decent homes. called it a people's program because it is designed to
Between money and results there has to be a very human Almost 50 years ago there was a terrible race riot in transform the target area into a "model": neighborhood
bridge .We propose that we begin to think in terms of a new Chicago. A commission was appointed to study the means providing badly needed new and improved housing and
M kind of Family-Community-School Plan. Let us stop thinking situation and it came up with a load of recommendationsfor the necessary community facilities for health, education,
of school and education as being solely child-oriented. It must changing conditions Do you know that those recommendations transportation, shopping, recreation and culture. This means
be family oriented. Let us stop thinking of school as something are almost identical with the ones coming out of the cur- parks, playgrounds, and all else that is necessary to trans
4 for children alone from 9 to 3, September to June, with rent studies? form this blighted!; area into a vital satisfying community.
time off in ithe summer for good behavior. It must be a year- How many studies does it take for people to understandthat
round affair. We should erect the school as the center of the Negroes are suffering from prejudice and economic From where I sit, it is a people's program because it calls
particular community we are dealing with. It should be the hardships? Are all these PhD's so stupid that they needto for a substantial increase in the supply of standard housingfor
principal focal point: academically, recreationally, voca- do all over again what has been done hundreds of times low and moderate income families. Thus, rebuilding; will
tionally, health-wise, public-welfare wise. The entire family over the past 40 years? result in more, rather than less, of this kind of housing whichis
should be oriented to it, Don't get me wrong. I'm all for good scholarship. In in dangerously short supply.
Educational Instruction should 1 be available to all in the fact the Negro-studying business has become so big/ that
family and community, from preschool to 88.We mean more I'm afraid if we just end it quickly, too many people will Continuing with the emphasis on people, the program is intended -
tan simply adult classes in the evening. mean more than be thrown out of work. to open up opportunities for the constructive involvement
using mothers as teacher aids.We should abolish the demean- So I'd like to propose a different kind of study. I thinkwe of citizens in the Model City area as well as the entire
ing public welfare system method and collaspe it with the com- should study white folks. After all, Negroes didn't create county in planning and carrying out program activities. Area
munity educational system. Why can't the ADC mther receive the ghetto, white folks did. The sickness of racial hatred is residents will have a meaningful role in the rebuilding and restructuring -
assistance thru the school mechanism? Why can't we stop a problem white people have had to live with for years, of their own communities;planning will be carriedout
the utterly chaotic system whereby 5 to 10 separate agencieszero without the benefit of anyone studying it. with instead of for the people. Of particular interest to this
in on a single family, none working in coordination with What kind of person panics because a Negro family moves writer is the fact thatarearesidentswillbenefitfrom the jobs
others? into his neighborhood Wnatsort of sickness is it that mikes that will be created by the projects and activities carried out
We would construct a comprehensive FamilyCommunitySchool a man fear Negro children going to his child's school? in the program.
Plan that would contain a community health clinic, and What form of madness is it that makes: an employer or a union
massive recreational programs We would, of absolute.necessity, leader try to keep Negroes from a decent job? The program calls for encouragement of private initiativeand
nuke the local parents an integral part of the goverance of These people are seriously disturbed, and they need help. enterprise of all kinds -- the initiative and enterprise of
such an institution. The parents would be vital partners with We ought to have studies called the "souls of white people" individual homeowners, contractors, and builders to improve
the professional: teachers, social workers, psychologists,etc. which would investigate and analyze these poor souls. housing and environmental conditions;the involvement of business i-
We would build into such a'plan the important component of interaction We ought to have studies on the "anatomy of fear" in allwhite leaders and financial carrying out the pro-
with other communities. We would build a curricu- suburbs, the kind of place that lets any' angster buya gram, and the creation of an environment in which private en-
lum which would recognize the history and heritage of the black home but won't allow a Ralph Bunche to live nearby. terprise can prosper in meeting the needs of residents.
constituents. It would recognize that far too long public edu- Instead of fancy ,studies about the pathology of the Negro.
cation sought to socialize its pupils into a particular Western, family, lets have studies about the pathology of a Congress The Model City area is a low-income, predominantly resi-
middle-class mentality which required black people to deny Which writes welfare laws which help break up Negro dential area; it contains a mixture! of neighborhoods ranging
their culture in order to be whole human beings. families. Or we could have studies of the pathology of the from those containing $30,000 to $40OOOsingle-famUyhomes
The fundamental goal of my Family-Community-School Plan lawmakers appropriate millions for riot control equipmentand to hard-core slum and blight areas-- in many instances only a
would be to prepare whole human beings for participation in then cut budgets for rent supplements,poverty programs, block apart pockets of blight predominate. It has recently un-
a highly developed world tomorrow We would go beyond the and model cities legislation. dergone a rapid transition from a largely white neighborhoodto
ephemeral, piddling job-training programs which are quickie Compare to these people, the Negro community is a a predominately Negro neighborhood.The area encompasesthe
projects geared to satisfy the unemployment problem for a model of health. I believe this society is big-hearted and historical Liberty City and Brownsville subdivisions; each
handful u for a very short time. If this new social structure generous enough to help everyone who needs help, and it of which contain hard-core slum areas. 640 units of new public
must assume a major responsibility for permanent employ- Is unfair to leave so many white people who are mentally housing on scattered! sites in the Liberty City and Brownsville
ment of certain individuals, we would think it would be better disturbed by their racism without aid. So let's start studying communities is largely being used as a newhousing resourcefor
fitted to do so than some contrived program: (called job Corps) them. persons being relocated from the urban renewal projectand
that sends urban youth to rural forests under the guise of pre- And since unemployment is such a problem for Negro highway construction in the downtown slum area. Portionsof
paring them for urban vocations. citizens, let's hire Negroes to do the studies. After all, this area are beset with the attendant problems associatedwith
Above all, the central focus is to involve people in the many who knows the subject better than Negroes: who have m'.xing low income people in a predominatly middle class
vital decision-making processes which affect their lives. Peo- had to live with racists for 4000 years? "experts"have residential neighborhood with the multiple social problems -
ple will develop a sense of community sense of belonging lived off studying Negroes/; for long enough, it's timeto of hard-core slum dwellers.The .
We are concerned with reversing the trend toward atomization.We reverse the process.
must be about the business of developing new values, non- problems of the Model Cityareaare of the "you nameit
racist values; we must be about the business of creating new we've got it" variety. They are characterized by: -- severe
;;ocio-poUtical structures, non-racist,nonparochialstructures It is my firm belief that Minority Youngsters must have an overcrowding of land, of housing units, of schools; -- a lack of
which humanize rather than dehumanize.For opportunity for involvement at all levels of the economic struc- open space, park areas and cultural facilities of any sort and
example, there are many well-meaning persons who ture. They must have a chance to become part of the entre- physical facilities; -- low income, low educational level, low
think of "Negro history" in the context of the overall American prenerial action from which they have been excluded.For level of training, low motivation; -- high crime rate, high disease

story in much the same way that they think of individual example: Young Negroes must see other Negroes at rate high ratio of persons on welfare.
Negroes and their integration into the American Thatis
society. all
work at levels in order for them to become
they are adamantly and often vociferously in favor of small Looking at our own school system, we findat the encouraged.largest As is true in low income and slum areas everywhere, there
but prominent doses of "Negro History" being dropped into ior college In the United States with over 21,000 students jun-36; is a high degree of family disorganization, illegitimacy, de-
the national saga, but they insist that these black drops should persons in top administrative and supervisory pressed social conditions and lack of motivation among persons:
never be numerous or indelible. For if they are too many and not the first Negro. With 645 on the total instructional capacities and i living in large portions of the Model City area. These condi-
too black they might necessitate unpleasant rereading reas- only 11 are Negroes. In the Central Administration there staff tions are particularly acute In the Brownsville and Liberty
sessments and rewritings of the entire story, and such adjust- only six Negroes out of a total of 133 persons. In the are City areas. These general characteristics can be expected to
would never be tolerated by the American society, to say' no- Adult program ithere is only one Negro out of 14. in 1 become even worse as more persons! are relocated into this
thing of the historical profess Ion--or so the unspoken lines district offices there is only one Negro out of 41 administrative the six area from the downtown central Negro area which has been
seem to go. and supervisory positions. In eight other departments i identified i as containing the city's mist: serious social prob-
o An American history which cannot contain the full story of one Negro can be found. We only lems.
really need to take
good look at t
the black pilgrimage is no more worth of life than an American the top level in
our own school system."If .
society that cannot bear the full and troublesome black Such conditions are the heritage of generations of inadequate,

presence in the midst. Any American history that ignores the we tell young people they can have a job, but not a poor environmental facilities, inferior education the direct
central role of black people as actors and foils on this maddening if we bar them from the traditional channels that lead! to career result of inferior schools most: of which can be attributed to
stage is a falsified and misleading history. It is, for nomic independence; if we fail to prepare them for eco- racial discrimination in ah aspects of life ,
instance, a history that ignores the Ironic symbol of that summer mobility--we have moved the plantation economy into the upward'' The critical need for a Model City Program 'n this area is
in Jamestown more than three centures ago when repre- city to protect the social and economic gains made by those per
sentative government and African bondsmen had a mutual beginning sons who have pulled themselves up and out of the worst slum
of sorts in the citadel of.colonial Democracy,'begin areas "by their own bootstraps" And we do have thousands of
ning that seemed to lock the rhetoric of democracy and the MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE such people living in the target area. The intention of the pro-
reality of black inequality into the American heart. It is a his- IN THE gram is to prevent another Negro slum area from developing
tory that tries to explpre the making ofthe Constitution with- MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY caused by the Emigration of miny of the people from the older
out understanding the major price in its integrity that was APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. slum who don't excape from their problems or patterns of liv-
exacted by the system of slavery and its proponents, both north THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE ing just because urban renewal and highwayconstructonhaveenahled :
and south. It is a histQrythat t attempts] to.,speak of the Peculiar them to escape the worst of physical conditions.

Institution as if there were no beings 'involved who' producedno l PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM! ..............................
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.. Next week we'll take a look at some of the pockets of blight
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It would take volumnes to prove that Abe Lincoln, The Great

Emancipator, was not a white supremacist,but In this corner, fH
last week, we tried to do that in eight short paragraphs. We ,I.t
are, therefore, giving you a few more paragraphs to supportour ""..... . .f. .
contention thatthe Ebony article on Abraham Lincoln re- :''t '.. :
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If in the heat of political debates with his adversary, Stephen: BOOM AND Re-
Douglas, Lincoln made statements that made It appear that he CESSION BLACK HAS RE UNEMPLOYMENT -
was anti-Negro, he made stronger statements in behalf of the MAINEDAT TWICE THE
Negro's freedom. Here is a significant one he made while he J '' -. WHIT LEVEL FOR THE
was President, "How to better the condition of the colored I NATIONALJOBCESSRATE'POVERTY PAST PECADe. THE

race has long been a study which has attracted my serious and FOR NEGROES ROSE
careful attention; hence I think I am clear and decided as to I MODEM SHARPLY TO 8.$ /V
what course I shall pursue in the premises, regarding it a religious PERMANENT STAT 1' ; NOVEM8ER.N6t1S tielI:

duty, as the nation's guardian of these people, who haveso 'CONCENTRATED AMONG : ,H' "!-);. .'Y.:: .
heroically 1 indicated! their manhood on the battlefield, CEKTAINDISAPVAN'TAGED ,, ; "" . ; '. "' :'; ; '::i
in ; GROUPS ANON y, I IN6 I' '. Irr:;; ; :\:.
where assisting to save the life of the Republic, they have : ,
I -MANV CASES CON- I SQUEEZE., 1.\1; h:: :
demonstrated in blood their right to the ballot, which is but a t '
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humane of the have defended ( i .- '
protection ,
flag they so fearlessly .. AFTER GENERATION: .
How can anyone who has studied Lincoln's life say that he
was a white supremacist? At an early age, when he was only
28 years old Abe Lincoln demonstrated interest in the Ne- '

gro's freedom. His utterances for this are convincing. Lincolnnot

only spoke up against slavery, he voted against it when it fr
was most unpopular to do so. As an elected Representative in 1T /

Illinois General who were Assembly anti-Negro., he stood on principle against legislators ;

When a unanimous Senate and almost every member of the

House approved rigid resolutions declaring the right of slave- ... ....
holding sacred, even in the District of Columbia Itself, only
two State Representatives went on record in protest; they were ,

Dan His Stone next and important A. Lincoln.opportunity to strike a blow against the Phil OssoferNot NAACP I Seeks Support Of i

inhumanity of slavery came when he was elected U. S. Repre-

sentative ten years later. Congressman Lincoln in 1847 en- a regular movie-goer, I "Intermarraige" could makeno
tered the 30th Congress. In Washington, he was appalled by made sure to see "Guess issue of it without looking Civil Rights Biff 'in Ten
what he saw of the domestic slave trade and the buying and Who's Coming to Dinner" To ediculous.

selling of human flesh.He said of the traders, "a small, odious me it was a thrilling experi- The second cause of my
and detested class . sneaking Individuals. .. native tyrants ence. I have had no interest in thrill, (and this was really exciting Dixie StatesNew
. offensive in the nostrils of all good men . ." the fare presented at the movie to me), was the recep-

Frederick Douglass, who visited Abe Lincoln in the White theaters, even though many of tion this movie has been given, Yor. Roy Wilkins, be secure at this time.
House, and had ample opportunities to evaluate Lincoln's attitude the pictures portrayed life as plus the apparently whole- executive director of the Na- Citizens of these states are
toward the Negro, did not think Lincoln was a white supremacist it is lived. I am interested in heartedly approval of it by tional Association for the Ad- being requested to wire Sena-

a racist, or a myth. life as it can be . in fact, movie-goers who seem to have vancement of Colored People, tors Mike Mansfield, and
Douglass was a spokesman for the Negro in the Civil War must be . .if we are to live been satisfied to date with a lot has wired presidents of State Everett Dirksen calling for '
and in Reconstruction, and was no Uncle Tom He saw the larger in peace and tranquility on of trash spewed out by Holly- Conferences and branches in passage of the original civil
vision and meaning of Lincoln for the Negro. Said Doug- earth. wood studios.
ten Southern States urging rights bill, without compro-
lass of Lincoln, "Under his wise and beneficent rule we saw This film has I.that quality; After seeing the reaction of them to marshall support for mise, and its accompanying
ourselves gradually lifted from the depths of slavery to the depicting adjustments the predominantly white audi- the civil rights bill pending in fair housing provision as well
heights of liberty and manhood; under his wise and beneficentrule must be made to find such a ence (and thrilled to see a Congress. The bill would pro- as enforcement powers for the )
and by measures approved and vigorously pressed by life, and relegating to its pro- number of darkskinnedfaces vide Federal punishment for Equal Employment Oppor-
him, we saw the handwriting of ages, lathe form of prejudiceand per place the insignificance of ), I recalled that it was those who bomb, beat and kill tunity Commission.
proscription, was rapidly fading away from the face of our skin color. but a short time since such a civil rights workers seeking to "We need this bill," Mr.
whole country. Two things brought the movie would not havebeenac- exercise their constitutional Wilkins said, "because up to
thrills I experienced on seeing ceptable in this region. I give rights. now those who have attacked
NEGROES MUST HELP THEMSELVES, TOO this movie. First, it s theme ful experience.Yes these workers can be punished -
was handled in such refined, the South shall rise Residents of Virginia, North only under an old conspiracy -
The lack of togetherness among Negroes in politics, busi- positive,(and humorous) manner again, but this time it is takingthe Carolina, South Carolina, law which carries light
ness, and the professions, is responsible for most of the sorry that even those who objectto right road . the road of Georgia, Alabama, Florida, penalties."
situations in which the Negro finds himself. what is erroneously called brotherly love and acceptance. Mississippi i Tennessee He also asked NAACP members -
Petty jealousy, crab-like attitude, failure patronize businesses Louisiana and Arkansas would in these states to urge
and the professions in-which other Negroes ar engagedare : LET'S receive the most direct bene- Sen. Mansfield not to present
the factors contributing most to the Negro's frustrationsand fit from thepassageofthebill.Statements acloture petition without
failures.An of their oppositionto giving ample time to develop
example of this crab-like attitude was displayed in plain TALK a compromise bill now be- voting strength in the Senateto
view in a liquor store owned by a Negro in Jan Diego, Cali- fore the Senate are essential support a motion to halt a
fornia. The Negro's store was modern in design, spotlesslyclean r POLITICS if meaningful legislation is to filibuster.
and the prices of the merchandise were as low as those
found in a white man's store across the street. BY NORMAN E. JONES,

The Negro's store received only about one-fourth of the pa- Tan rffibpicsVOU
tronage that the white man's business received.As a result,
the went out of business while his competitor's thrived.
Negro "
After fifty years of bragging of its "militant philosophy,
Thousands of could find in Negrobusi-
Negroes employment and being adjudged "radical" by the white power structure, c
ness es if Negroes would adequately patronize Negro busi- just why did the Dr. W, E, B. Dubois founded and oriented
nesses and Negro professionals. In other words, that could be
NAACP suddenly become "White washed" and become the
another for lot of insteadof I
cure a joblessness--togetherness
"safe, respectable, responsible" leadership wing of the Negro, ft.
by this same white power structure, even in the personal freedom -
of Alabama's Governor George Wallace?
ORCHIDS AND The answer is obvious, the explanation is simple. The rise

BOUTONNAIRES"M of the Black Muslims, forerunner of the modern Nationalists -
: movement," and the coming on the scene of MalcolmX

.... its most dynamic, colorful and exciting spokesman and or-
gaznier, whose preachments were making serious inroads in
the Negro masses an whose philosophy, by comparison made
the "militancy" of the NAACP seem "extreme right-wing con-
servative." :

,1 Thus the "whitewashing" of the NAACP,and the sudden bestowing -
',A, of the "payoff' to the NAACP in the form of politicaland
litv. private patronage from industry and government on every j
level I and millions grants from philanthropic foundations and.

OFFICER DICKSON MRS. OLLIFF JOE LOUIS This "cash bankrolling" of the NAACP enabled the national 1
organization to hire outright-attractive salaries, in greater

Clarence Dickson, the energetic, efficient, and handsome numbers the more talented of the group. The tremendous
police officer directing traffic on Flagler Street, center of volume of governmental and private patronage on every
downtown, for the terrific job he Is doing,a rare job for a Ne- level enabled the national, state, and local branches to rewardthe
"faithful" officers and members with"fatcushiony" jobson

gro.Mrs.. Leila Olliff, secretary to E. B. Marshall, project man- public and private payrolls.
ager of the Neighborhood i Centerette, in the Primary C" Heading his list of "payoffs" were the numerous appoint- .
School, for being most courteous, intelligent, and painstaking ments of federal J judgships taken from the top ranks of 'I DON'WEAR A
in her duties. NAACP legal staff By no means do we disparage the appoint-

Joe Louis, the Brown Bomber of old, the greatest boxer of ments or the appointees, certainly they deserve and earned HAT TONIGHT YOU'LL
all times, who is in town, for being not only a credit to his such honors, above and beyond other qualified potential
race, but also to the science of pugilism. pointees, we are merely citing the amazing coincidence as GET CHILLED TO THE BONE I"CoNTiVfM'A
proof of the subject matter, "payoff to the NAACP:" and why. ra./n t... -- .

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THE Ml AMI TIMES. Friday, February 23, 1968
Zeta Basileus To Deal

RwdJeqti Mrs. Mildred Bradham, International versity and college campuses
G i Grand Basileus of throughout the United states

r the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Furthermore, she was an'
; Inc., will speak at the local pointed to the President's

. I ---- 1Jcut chapter's Community Fellow- Cabinet Committee on"ju
r t tj ship Banquet on Saturday, Feb. venile Delinquency and Youth

j .'. WHO IS BROTHER? BY PRISCILLA REDDING 24, at the Everglades Hotel. Development" under the auspices -
This concludes the local observance of HEW.Recently .
He who understands your silence. of Finer WomanhoodWeek
He who will be a balance in the seasaw of life. The members of Choir No. Two of Martin Memorial AME which includes meri- a resident of Jack.

He who considers your needs before your deservings. Church, incite you to a February Tea, Sunday, Feb. 25, from torious service awardsto sonvilleMrs.BradhamhaS
I He who to himself is true and therefore must be to you. 4 to 6 p.m., at the home of Mrs Marie Johnson McCall, 14621 community workers, recognition been appointed to the Mayor's
He who when he reaches the top of the ladder, does not forget Ellington Street. Mrs. Marie McCall, president. of high school girls, and Committee on Urban Com.
you If you are at the bottom.He The members of Second Baptist Church wish to thank especially volunteer service by sorority munity Development she
who is the same today when prosperity smiles upon you, the Spiritual Harmonizers and Mr. Eddie Johnson for members to the local Heart works for the Florida state
and tomorrow when adversity and sorrows come. their fine performance on Sunday, February 18. We also wish Fund Drive. Department of public Welfare
He who cheerfully comes in when all the world has gone out; to thank all others who made this galor occasion the success and has served as a consul.
who weeps with you when the laugh f ing is away. which it was. Thanks oe and all. tant on the Medical Review
He who guards your Interests as his own,neither flatters nor The'men of Second Baptist, invites one and all to attend their Mrs. Bradham will address Team in the capacity of medi-

deceives, gives just praise to your good deeds, and equally Annual Men's Day, Sunday, February 25th. Morning speaker an audience ofGreekletterafCiliates and- cal social worker. Recently,
condemns your bad acts. will be Rev,S. T.Jackson, pastor of St. James Baptist Church. civic workers, she has been promoted to a
C He who is the same to you in the society of the wealthy and Evening speaker willbe Rev.A. Janney,pastor of New Tes her sorows on the the m e of supervisory position.

5 proud, as in the solitude of poverty; whose cheerful smile tament Baptist Church, at 4:00: p.m.As an added attraction the "Black Women and Their role
sheds sunshine in every company. Mays High Chorus will serve at the 4 p.m. service.On in the Stream of American The Zeta phi Beta Sorority,
Indeed Mrs. Bradhamhas Inc.,was founded 48
s Lodge Record. Friday, Feb. 24, there willbe a Wasteline Pary held at Life. years ago
I the home of Mr. and Mrs. Burk Jones of 14921 Louis Street, a wealth experience and by five college women with the
;. A group of "Beautiful People" gathered in the Grand Ball from 8 until 12 p.m. should s pea k with much authority objectives J of finer womanhood .

room of the Fontainebleau, Miami Beach, Tuesday, February This months winner for the Lawn of the Month Contest was on this subject.j She sisterly love, and
'. 20, for the Sixteenth Annual Brotherhood Dinner of the National Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Edgecombe of 11615 SW 142nd Street. We holds a Masters Degree in Social scholarship which have
Conference of Christians and Jews, Inc., Florida Region. wish to commend them for their well kept grounds. Next month Work, is a charter member brought together over 30,000
The NCCJ presented Silber Medallion Awards to Dr.Henry the lawn of the month will be selected in area two, from of the National Associationof women in all parts of the United -
King Stanford of the University of Miami, John R. Ring, partner Lincoln Blvd, to Buchanan Street. Social Workers,and also the Staes and Africa.Zeta was
I, in the accounting firm of Ring, Mahoney and Arner; and The Miami Alumnae Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta Soority, Academy of Social Wokers. In the first Greek College Sore
t Jay Kislak, chairman of the board of Jay Kislak Mod ge Inc. greeted prospective debutantes and parents, Feb. 17, at a professional capacity, she ority to organize chapters in
$ Corp. Miami Northwestern Senior High School. Congratulations ar has served at several colleges Africa. The group has won accolades
l The special Brotherhood Award went to Henry E. S. (the in order for the following candidates; Beverly Bell, Brenda univiersities, public, and pri for itsoutstanding
Chief) Reeves, editor and publisher of The Miami Times, and Brown, Marilyn Greene,Cheryal Hall, Lynda Lockman,Cheryl vate agencies. Mrs. Bradham work in 'juvenile delinquency.
assistant minister of the Church of the Incarnation.Mrs. Matthews Sandra has been a public speaker and
I Sylvia Redding, Shirley Ross Stringer, The local chairman is Mrs.
Marie Wernham of New York City was the houseguestof Marilyn Stevens and Collette Taswell. professional lecturer for over Laura Saunders. The chapter
the William (Monica) Hannas. During hr visit Marie took churches
70 organizations, ,
Angelo Rutherford gave his sister, Helen Kemp, surprise e Basileus is Mrs. Lenora B.
a tour to Key West by Greyhoundanda cruise tcNassau the uni-
by community groups,
Bahamas Star. birthday party last Friday. Many friends were on hand to make Smith
the party a success.
tr. Mrs. Everett E. Johnson of the Bronx was In the city as the .
Hats off to the Anderson Sharon Donna and Eddrea
girls, -
guest of Birb and Sylvia Wallace.A visit to Nassau before returning -
who their mother Birdie Anderson awell attended
toNew York is scheduled for the weekend. gave (Mrs. S. ) -
surprise birthday party Friday night Feb. 16.
Down from New York a little relaxation in the sun Is Essie
Mr. and Gilchrist 6533 SW 59th Ct. South Mia- 1.
Dean who is the Mrs. D. C. ,
i houseguest of the James (Carrie) Vickers
mi on their 61st Feb. 14. observed
Wedding Anniversary, They -
Here from Trenton, N. J. to visit their cousins, r. W. A. ( 0
it quietly at home. '
Sno) Chapman o
( were Terease, Hermoine and Arthur Thomas. p
Mrs. Lucille Riou has returned from Ocala after attending
; the funeral of her cousin, Antionette Crompton Owens. ./-'

'Dr. Harold P.,Lett was a consultant on Police-Community Final Ballot
Relations at the University of Miami Workshop on "New Di-
mensions of Human Relations Education," February 17. Dr. Your Last Chance
Lett, formerly Director
Police-Community Relations.Na- ,
Inc.tional! program of National Conference of Christian and Jews, t :

The B'nai B'rith "Voices in Brotherhood 15
scheduled February 29.for presentation in North Miami Beach Auditorium program Woman Of The Year To yNaap w ,, ,,

\ \ Robert A. Duff will direct the lage ensemble of 360 voices.

t He has been assisted in programming and rehearsals by Pat Be Honored
) Matthews, choral director at North Miami Senior High School; TuesdayThe

Jacquelyn Alexander, John F. Kennedy Junior High School; V

}\ and Frances Dungan, Carol City Senior High. Miami i Woman of the Revere silver bowl to the win -
This is the third year Robert Duff has directed the
mases will
year be announced Tues- ner and two smaller replicasto
voices in th brotherhood
program.Dr. day at an awards luncheon the runners-up.
S. A. Cousin, pastor of Greater Bethel AME Church was in the Everglades Hotel. Tm not surprised by the
s honored with a testimonial dinner on Wednesday, February For the past five weeks hun- response of the Miami Times
\ 21, at Miami, Springs Villas. Secretary of State Tom Adams dreds of nominations were readers to this contest," Mr.
was the featred
{I speaker. submitted to the Miami Times Black said here yesterday. "It
The recently organized North Dade Community Club held its which is co-sponsoring the appears they were waiting for m e
Initial tea at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Mable
( ) Rogersof contest
with Greyhound Lines, an opportunity such a s this to
Opa-locka. More than a hundred people witnessed their Inc. The winner will be selected honor the woman of the com-
first presentation of "Women of the Year" award to Commis- from these nominations. munity who so often go un-
sioner M, Athalie Range. A special panel of five recognized for the fine work STYLED 8Y
Other awards were citations to the principals of their com- judges will discuss and review they contribute." Andrews
munity. They are Rosa Lee Fortson, Rainbow Park; Sylvia nominations throughouttheweek "Every woman who was Tammy

Lambert, Bunche Park; Josephine Mackey, Nathan Young; and before selecting thewin- nominated must in a very real
Charles D. Wyche, North Dade. ner and two runners-up after sense be considered a womanof
Mrs. Josephine Mackey was the featured speaker. the final decision. the year," the former relief
Here for Finer Womanhood Week celebration by the local Further suspense was added pitching star of the Brooklyn A
chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. is the National Presi- to the cotest by the Mi- Dodgers said.
dent, Mrs. Mildred Cater Bradham. Mrs Bradham willbe the ami Times when officials announced The contest began January
featured speaker at the Fellowship Community Banquet at the that the three winners 26 and was designed to honor

Everglades on Sunday, February 25, will be advised that they will women for their service to the
Awards will be presented to local citizens for many areas be honored at the luncheon. community. Nominations for

of community services. However their names and Woman of the Year included

particular award s will be woman in family life
social 1
Local Rinkydinks entertained fellow members from Phila-
delphia, Pittsburg and Columbus, Ohio, who came south for withheld Black until the luncheonJoe the professions, community relations, Meditate with Nehru
speci and
plete, they added relaxation with a foreign flavor by Jetting to special markets, for Grey- The politics. Guru! High-belted coat
Nassau for a weekend. ballot below is your last
Among those seen in the group were Gaye De Hall, presi- tional hound and Association president of of the Na- chance to vote. Be sure it is in costume is right in step!
Market IT
dent of the Pittsburg Rinkydinks and Patti Tunnell. Developers will present a Paul the mail before midnight Fri- CHAR'(j The coat, red with navy
Here for the Golf tournament was Bernard O'Dell of Detroit day, Feb. 23.

brother of Mrs. Elmer (Anna B.)Ward and the late Jack .---------------------- stripes, or pink with green
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Get well wishes to Major Lewis in North Shore, William Pate I ENTRY BLANK j white sleeveless sheath . both
and Charles Cooper who are recuperating at home; Juanita 1 I
Stirrup and'Jerome Jamison at Christian. 1 I My choice for Woman of the Year is; 1 for only $41. In sizes 5 to 13.
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Calling all Girl Scouts and friends of Scouts International I I'NAME . . . . .. I 20LORY'S
Folk Festival sing-in, at Allapattah Junior High School, 1331 i . . . . . . . . . . I We carry sizes from 3 to

p.m.NW 46th Thinking Street Day, Saturday Celebration, February 24, from 9:30a.m.: to l-.OO II ADDRESS.. . .....',...::, ?'F. . . . . . . . . . . I I
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THE MIAMI' TIMES, Friday, February 23, 1968 .
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Cosmetology As An OccupationOn i tj

On Job InSiahtThis
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Thursday from 4;30 to metologist will appear as an j
5:00 p.m., Channel Two will authority in this field.Miss I
present "Job Inight." The Nilsa Rodriquez, a graduatein
purpose of the program is to this occupation will relate .
give the general public an Insight her experiences Mrs. !
I into occupational fields Victoria Bates, Cosmetology L--:4fI BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING
and to acquaint them with the instructor at Miami Central LWE-0-TYPE
opportunities available for Adult Education Center will
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: The kindly old gentleman relating
training for the s e occupa represent the school. .1 E' 4 how prostitutti-fruitties tried seduce him
tions. Janet Gandy andMark Ber- > ; Into an alley-robbery but he didn't"fall" for f"m!
The program willbepre- man of North Miami Senior the seduction bit,saving three dollars in cash

sented on Thursday,February High School, representing the all he had .Rev.Joseph L. Smith, pastor .
22, and will explore Cosmetology school paper, "The pioneer," of the now-shutteredSaint Mark Baptist,
as an occupation. The will interview the panelists for 15th
ankling along as sprightly as a
host of the program is Arnold these pertinent questions that teenager and looking like one . National
Warren who serves as moder- would be of interest to anyone Security special officer Cpl Herbert Lee;
ator. Mr. Vincent Reno, a considering Cosmetologyas p a t r o 11 f i g in private cruiser with police ,.
practicing professional cos- an occupation. bloodhound on leash . Bail Bondsman Dick w
Slatko has left leg limp but improving. .- .
., Sympathetic salutes to Willie Hepburn family whose wife '
I Foreign Mission BanquetForeign IIIIIIIIIII"MM MHMMHMBHHV Sheba passed last Monday.

Open Clothesline Sale And NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Seventeen Magazine's teenage poll a.
Mission Banquetwill missions. revealed that the girls rate Sidney poltier second only to Paul I
be held March 15, at 8:00 On Friday evening proceeding Art Exhibit At Vizcava Newman as their favorite screen Idol... Mrs Beatrice John-
p.m. at Johnson Hall.This announcement the banquet the Baptist Wo son's grandnephew Leroy Valdez (drowned in Vietnam) Is the
comes from Mrs. men's council will meet at the The beautiful formal gar- following prominent Miamians first Negro tobe Interred in the all-white Dade Memorial park
I. C, Mickins, who was ap- First Baptist Church in Opa dens of Vizcaya, the internat- will be the Judges: Mr.Grover cemetery, 139th Street and Opa-locka Boulevard . Lionel
pointed chairman.Several new Locka, Rev. W. R. Macon,pastor ionally famous James Deering Cole, Director of Miami Art Hampton at Marco Polo's Marco's Den . The Supremes at
workers will be here to aid the At this meeting the Council Estate located at 3251 South Center; Mr. IE d. Goodnow, Eden Roc Easter week. .. Priscilla Maddox down from Brook-
cause. Mrs. Ella Baker Is will have a service for the Miami Avenue, will be the former President of the lyn, N. Y. houseguesting with the Stanley Sweetings of Opa-
serving as chairman of ticket success of missions at home setting for some 200 artists Vizcayans and -present locka, for two weeks.
sales, the price is $3.50 per and abroad.TOOTHACHE. who will be exhibiting and member of the Vizcaya policy
plate. sellingtheir work at the tenth Committee; Mr. Peter Haven, SALT WATER TAFFY: Miamians In attendance at the, late
The banquet speaker will be I Annual Artist Day at Vizcaya Art Instructor at the Willie (Sailor Boy) Dames' funeral down In Key West last Sun-
announced soon and there will I I:Sunday, February (2 5 from University of MiamiArt day Included: Joyce Barry, Theda Christian, Elsada Ramos-
be an elaborate program.Rev. 10:00: a, m. to 5:00 1 jp.m. School. Knowles, Geraldine Tolllver, Jerry parks, Lincoln Young, I
Thedford Johnson has been Don't you suffer fit agony relief from Get ORA throbbing III. In toothache seconds : Paintings done exclusively at Virginia Christian, Iva Dell McCoy, MaryHannaBrenda ,
asked to serve as a forerunnerand piln Put on -plln'I font Until yo u I. Vizcaya, during the past two Artist wishing to exhibit Collie, Heida Madison,Joyce Johnson,Charles RaoulKnowles,
to notify the ministers to use tin tit ORA-UL.your dentist Recommended do. it weeks, will ;be Judged and their paintings in the open Mrs Golden Davis, the'Wilbur (Lillian) Smiths,the Raoul

be present and to assist In ,Aik by pharmacist many dintlttt for- !:"."....*........' ribbons and' cash awards given Clothesline Sale, which will (Sybil) Ramos', Hortense and Vito Barnes and Merkelean
making this affair a financial : =. : to the top winners. IThe also Include the Judging of Clark, the deceased sister, who planed In from Gotham for the ':
t ; success for the great cause of ora-jel any paintings done of Vizcaya.funeral . JerrYPaJoe)parks still boasting his week's vacation I j'
subjects a(Vizcaya, will pay; In Nassau and Jamaica. ,
a $3.00 registration fee which "
will allow each exhibitor a THE WEEK'S WASH: Til go the Herald's "Tip Off" columnon
10' x 10' display area whichhe better In Its quoted reference to Miami police Benevo-
may set tip anytime after lent Association's 30-year-old charter clause thatONLY
8:00 a.m. This exhibit is: "any white MALE person" employed by the Miami Police De-
limited to paintings only and partment.may Join Its MPBA. I know that white FEMALE De- .
other forms of art will not partment members are also permitted to Join . The Milton \:
be accepted. (Ella Mae) Rolles' son Cornell and his fraulein Bobbie taking 'Ii
time out from Cornell's studies at North Carolina State Uni- .
Artists at Vizcaya
Day ,
versity to cuddle their new arrival-son . Phyllis Smith- Ii
by the Metrollta: -
.- sponsored Patterson underwent surgery at Hialeah hospital Tuesday ','
i Dade "county "Nomian Fee
ayem. ::1a'I i
1 of twenty-five cents For Fur-
.' ther information please call
Mr. Bruce Johnson of the STUFF AND SUCH: You asked for it sohere they are. Outftowners -
Recreation Division at 371- ) who came Into attend the late Wilton Dames' fun
3531 eral cortege' on January 13 Included: Lucy Futch and Coretha II!

Stallworth(Tampa); the Clarence Hodges (Washington,D. C.); .
Elizabeth Delancy(NYC); James Saunders,(Hallandale); Leon
Annual Dinner Sumner (now deceased- Key West); the carol TYNES' (Key
West the James Johnsons California Patricia .
COTTOlKNIT SHIFTS ); ( ); Lightbourne .
FAMOUS MAKER (;Nassau); Willie (Sailor Boy) Damesnowdeceased-Key West) Ii
6.99 Of Council On ., Steve Gibson and the Red Caps at Newport Motel's Seven '.'
Seas night club,and lounge (Ocean at 169th Street). i"

Reg. $11. Big savings on your favorite shift style. Lightweight: 100% Human Relation
SWEETS TREATS: Charles and Ida Deshazior, Eugene and
cotton knit in a variety of stripes on white. 816.
Albertha Duncombe, Lois Burroughs, Nancy Parker, Robert
muiti' sportswear, third floor DOWNTOWN MIAMIat Feb. 29The Tinker and Marian Pearson whooped-up an Informal get-to-
( all/ 7 tvrdini't stores) getter on the eve of our 27th. Thanks, kids 111 I I I U you should
Florida Council of Human ask me I'd tell you that my favorite male movie-screen \
Relations will hold its annual jmoters (character actors,that Is)are Paul Newman,Rod :
dinner on Thursday, Feb. teiger and Akim Tamiroff. Boy, now that's bundle of talent :
29, at the Everglades Hotel,at I III I I Lionel Hampton at the Marco polo(Ocean at 192nd Street)
7:30 p.m., to be followed by a , The Harlem Globetrotters at Miami Beach convention hall
SALE: JOUNSOH nnoTiiEns IIII\A program of high interest to all, , Billy Daniels atthe Diplomat(Hollywood-BY-The Sea) ,
according to the chairman, Della Reese at the Eden Roc (Ocean at 45th Street). ;:
19.99Reg. Bernice Schleslnger.
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MIAMI MUSINGS: Marian Pearson's grandson Tracybirth-
29.95. Pure white dinnerware for a dazzling effect.: Choice of The Florida Council of Human dayed Feb. 19, and her daughter Sandra dittoed Feb. 20, so the :
REGENCY or ATHENA patterns. 42-pc service for eight. Relations Is dedicated to youthful grandmammy jointly birthday party-ed both in herpalocka
a program of building the much > home February 18 ,Birthdays In February: Lucille .:
'needed bridges that will promote D,Sneed.Cortel Owens,Anna D.Johnson,Juanlta J, New-
understanding and lead bold, Willie Fletcher, Johnalie D. Johnson, Charlton Lind
to a reduction of Inter-group Priscilla Keith Robert Ham-
Whipple, Joy Leverity, Lynch, M.
tensions. berg, Seretta Turner, Barbara S. Harkins, Grace Teamer,
UIG BIND LITTLE SISTEIt ,*,.., )" SHIFTS Laura p. Robinson, Ida Hall,JoAnnGolatt,Aaron Robinson Jr,
The annual dinner is a kickoff William L. Ingraham, Kim L. Burrows,S. Frank McKoy, Floy- I ,
1.99 of this organization's zell Williams, Leroy Manning, Doris C. Smith, B. A. Morse, j I
membership drive,and the Alice Akins, Albert Johnson,Nina Elayne Anders,Delores Covin I
Reg. 299399. Complete assortment of girls' cotton and Dacron main funding raising event of Patrice A. Frierson,Junious Fortson, Tami Lynn Whipple, : I I
polyester/cotton shifts. Many Perma Press. Variety of styles. Girls' the year. "Ticket sales provide Kevin L. Brown, Rose Marie Johnson, Mildred C, Shatteen, I I
the principal means of Am pearl Barnes, Altherita p. Burroughs, Eric Arthur I
sizes 3.6X and 714. the much needed funds
raising McPhaul Helen Barbary '
Harrow, Louis McQueen, Ranard ,
young ptop/'i/ world, fourth floor DOWNTOWN MIAMIat to carry forth our work," said Daisy E. James.CONFIDENTIALLY,
( all/7 Burdint't,tlor l)- Mrs Schleslnger.
YOURS: There's City of Miami policeman -
The guest speakers for the and a young Opa-locka divorcee who have that aisle-be-
dinner will be City Commis- seeing-you look . And you can look for a top Miami politician -
FAMOUS SAME 1'OIITAHLE TVv" sioner Athalie Range, and Dr to resign between now and sometime In April . Mrs ,
Michael j. stolee, director of Ethel Smith's mother, Mrs Sarah Butler, died Monday at 100 Iyears I
9.90 the South Florida School Desegregation of age. Would havereachedlOl In March . U all goes :
Consultant Center well, a political plum will be handed a"deserving vote-getter \

':" no down payment, just $10 a monthYou'll at the University of Mia- and avid supporter" in this area from one of our city fathers
I ofthis famous maker immediately! A sale mi. and I don't mean Mrs Range.. That's It brother, from your
the name
recognize who knows and ,, everybody everybody'stcket
built-in antenna and carrying handle
value. Has 71 sq. in picture, For reservations,telephone but who wants to deal scallions to those two teenage

televisions/ ,street floor west building DOWNTOWN MIAMIat 561-5598, and thecks may be hoodlums who opened that MTA bus window Tuesday morning, 4
( all/ 7 tvrdint't stores) nailed to 5225 Ponce de Leon snatched the driver's money-changer from its moorings and
1 Boulevard, Coral Gables scampered deep into the Bunche park village. t
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 23, 1968 9

1r- Poitier Speaks Out In"A 1(,

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think that until the United that is not being unreasonable. +
.o States realizes that there Is Either you help them get this
nothing ItcandowithitsNegro equal chance or you repress
Oriental, Mexican, and them. There's no middle way
Puerto Rican populations but at all, at all, at all."
V L BY DAVE BONDU create basic equalities of op- In "A Special Kind of

---- ... ..... portunity, we are not going to Magic" Newquist has probed
r i have much in inte-
progress deeply into Poitier's thoughts,
Now that the North- South Golf Tournament Is over, I guesswe gration. We're going to have and his career as an actor who
can all get back to normal living.There were 254 players, only token progress." happened to be Negro,and was
their families and friends from all over the country and In one 'o f the few times he filming his twenty-third mo-
Canada, staying at the Crossway Inn,Gateway Motel and Park- has spoken in depth on matters tion picture roe.Newquis i
way Motel. Much money was spent and the golfers gave Toby'sa close to him, Sidney Poitier t was able to get
fit. The local folk could hardly get in there after 6 o'clockfor reveals much of his thinking Poitier to talk about his early
golfers were everywhre. I din't get a chance to play, but in "A Special Kind of Magic," childhood in the West Indies,
the visitors had a ball. It was not a surprise that quite a few written by Roy Newquist. his acting, his Academy jazz pianist Eroll Garner will perform at Miami-Dade
of the golfers have decided to stay in our beautiful warm city Published by Rand McNally, Award, and how he felt about Junior College North Thursday, Feb. 22. One of the Student
and are buying homes, seeking jobs,and getting their families "A Special Kind of Magic" is the importance of his role in Government Association-sponsored Artist Series, the 8 p.m
ready to move. As most of them put it, "Miami is the placeto based on interviews conductedon "Guess Who's Coming To Dinner concert will take place in the John F. Kennedy Health
live. We had no idea it was like this." I guess those of us the Hollywood set during the ." Center.
who live here have no idea how lucky we are and how much we filming of"GuessWho's Com- "A Special Kind of Magic" Musically self-taught, Garner has always played by ear.
do have. We take for granted the beautiful weather (even whenit ing To Dinner," in which Poi highlights the creation of the His programs of improvisations became highlights of the
is cold here . it is colder everywhere else) and the tier stars with spencer Tracy motion picture and its crea- international concert circuit since he played his solo concert
friendly atmosphere that Miami offers. We, as a city,do not and Katharine Hepburn. tors, and probes in depth Stan- debut in Cleveland's Music Hall in 1950.
have many social, civic, employment, and other problems that Speaking of what he believes ley Kramer,the director-producer The pianist has won honors and awards in the United
they have in many of the so-called "Liberal" cities like of Negro acceptance, Poitier ; Spencer Tracy, in his States and'Europe,among them the Grand Prix Du Disque from
Chicago, Detroit, New York, New Jersey, Los Angeles, etc. says, "it all boil i l s down to a last great Katharine; the French Academy of Arts, and has been soloist with
We live like human beings,and should be happy in the fact. Our simple blunt fact. The white Hepburn; Katharine Houghton, major symphony orchestras throughout the country. A
only problem is within ourselves, for we have to learn to be community is going to have to who plays Poitler's fiance in composer as well as a perfomer, he has more than 200
together as a people and help each other, as there is plenty make up its mind, whether it the movie, and Poitier. compositions to his credit.
for all. I am passing this on to you, because I have heard manyof likes it or not, to helporto Newquist, who was on the The concert is open to the public without charge.
our visitors wish aloud that they could live here and withit suppress. Twenty million Ne- set to interview Miss Hepburnfor
would mean to them. groes in this country are not McCall's and ended up with
asking forsomethigunreasonable. a book of thefilimlng "Guesa
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Patrick Range They're asking for Who's Coming to Dinner,"
better education, better hous- literary editor of Chicago's ,

PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Renee Hayes (13th birthday, ing, and an equal chance at the American, and a widely syn- ckTHERE'S
February 17) good life. An equal chance -- dicated columnist. After all.. ;

VIP OF THE WEEK: Norman Durbin (Manager Miami Spring JUST
Golf Course) looker T. Aid The MG's

MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Gwen Hayes (mother of Renee) Rated 1967's Top Instrumental
Found out that a friend of mine is General Manager at Mu- Group f\
nicipal Auto Sales on NW 36th Street. I've known Bill Houserfor ELECTRIC LIVING !
many a year .. .from other dealers . so I went buy and Stax recording artists In America."
finally got the car I had been looking for. Strangely enough I Booker T. andtheM.G.'shave A new Stax album by Booker -
never cared too much for that company . I don't know why Been selected as the top instrumental T. And The M. G.'s titled
. but I found that they back up their sales pitch with good groupof 1967 lathe "Doing Our Thing and a FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
business relationships. I have never said anything against annual poll conducted by Billboard single from the album, "The HELPING BUILD FLORIDA
them, but I want to apologize for what I was thingking. You Magazine. Herb Alpert, Beat Goes On," will be released .'
never know how nice some people are until you talk to them, perennial winner ofthe shortly. \
and I guess I shouldnothavepre-judgedthem. I tell you not to poll, was toppled to second
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do it, but I did. F m human too.You give them. a try when you. ,, position' in the results announced -
get ready for another car. t by the respected trade ; : '
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and The Miami Times "Woman of the Year"luncheon will be The phenomenal success of -

held at the Everglades Hotel. The winner is going to be a lady Booker T. And The M.G.'s can ,FUNOVS: 6000 ,NW '7jh Ave ., ', .,, ,,: ;::1:1Ci
who has participated in community life and given of herself and be measured by their invita- < .'
he r time to the betterment of her city. Who is it going to be? tion to perform at the NARAS
Time will tell. Mail in your vote today. . J. D. Mack, vice (National Academy of Recording :All Star Show \.r. Fri. Sat.-SwR.: ;
to have at his Arts and Sciences) award .,' ,, ., .' ,:,. i. i-. fjm, .
president of Lincoln National Bank, was spoken ,' ---- .' " 't.' ,v
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college caused it to be cancelled. . Rev. S. A. Cousin was They are the only Rhythm and J
presented a Key plaque from the City of Miami on the 21st for Blues artists ever to be accorded .,\ I %
his 11 years of devoted service to his church and community. this honor in the bas- >:y, IAVEU HARDY i

Congratulations to Rev. Cousins and congregation? The tion of Country and Western };' i :
Ramsey Lewis, Herbie Mann, Terry Gibbs affair at the Miami music .n "GET IN THE GROVE" ffI
Marine Stadium had an attendance of more than 5,000. We are Booker T. And The M. G.'s .?a?;!?*.*. "Perfect Image of James Brown"* I
happy to know that it was well supported for it was for a very Stax recording of "Hip Hug- '.. .4(> worthy cause . CHILDREN ? Joe Black in town, not only Her" was one of seven Stax- -
for the Greyhound Times Woman of the Year program, but Volt recordings to be nomi- 'ELLA WASHINGTON'
to play the baseball player's championship Golf Tounament nated for the coveted "Gram- ;

from the 22-25 at Miami Springs.Joe is vice president of Mar- my" award this year. Repre- "CAN'T' AFFORD TO LOSE HIM"
keting Division for Greyhound Garth Reeves, our own Miami senting the Stax/Volt "Mem- *
Times didn't make his tee-off time in the North- phis Sound" in the nominationsare * I
South, so we'll see if we can get him out for the baseball play- : "Soul Man"Sam& Dave)
ers tourney. You reckon? I think he's chicken . Joe Louis and Try A Little Tenderness"Otis Continental Dancers I
was in town for a few days . didn't do too much, sez he ( Redding) in the Best Rhy-
wanted to rest. . Benny Payne (Billy Daniel's accompanist) thm and Blues Recording cate- : fee G.e-Millll-V.lili.!

seen at the Diplomat on Johnny Hartman's closing night. . gory; "The Queen Alone"I LAVELL HARDY ",':
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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 23, 1968 11
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.' Commemorative Services ForThe "Four Chaplins of Dochester" ::1 I

A 4 'nb
Fifth District, Depart- present were two survivors, Days. This Proclamation was vivors and their wives and the
ment of Florida, Veterans of E. J. Dionne and L.J.Towlen; read by Fifth District Com- families and friends of the de-
Foreign Wars, held memorial unfortunately, D. OKeeffe, mander, "Pat" Rescigno and ceased men.of the Dorchester,
services and Massing of another survivor was unableto given to Mrs. Joseph J. Gen- were guests at the ,home of
Colors theV.A.Hospital, attend.Families and friendsof esse in recognition tier workon Joseph J. Genesse, the Fifth
Coral, Gables, on Sunday Feb. men who perished on'the the "Four Chapla ."pro- District Quartermaster; for a
4, at 9:30: a.m. This ceremony Dorchester were included in ject. Copies will be sent to the question and answer session
commemorated the 25th anni- the congregation. Departmentof survivors. relating to the Dorchester in-
versary of the Incident of the Florida Senior-Vice Com- Percy Friedlander, Fifth cident. Many formerly unan-
x "Four Chaplains"and the men mander Howard Duncansonand District Americanism Chair- swered questions were resolved -
r of the SS Dorchester. Mrs. Ducanson were In attendance man, delivered the commem- at this time,with the
1 c' This solemn and memorable ; as was Past Depart- orative speech 'and Kernell help of the survivors, who had
service was conducted by ment President Mrs. Hannah Dames, the Fifth District personally known the "Four
roar ' Chaplain E. W. Holmes, Jr., Handy. The Posts and Auxiliaries Chaplain, presented the spiri- Chaplains." Commander
and Chaplain Jack Sides of the ofthe Fifth District were tual reading. and Mrs. Rescigno were also
V. A. Hospital.Approximately well represented.The After the services, the sur- present at this discussion.
two hundred persons attended;
/ including Mayor C. L.Dresselof Honorable Chuck Hall,
h I Coral Gables, Dr. Albert Mayor of Metropolitan Dade
Tomasulo, Hospital Dirctor. County, issued a proclamation
x and Mr. Wills, Director of designating Feb. 3-4, as Dor-
9 11 ," Also Memorial '
; 1 Volunteer Services. chester Chaplains
4 t Ir

: ;,.. S Si 550,000 Voters Registeredin Restyle Mon.,

.: Texas CampaignHouston lues., Wed.
::. i: Texas. A totalof and proclaimed a special Vot-
," j '- 550,000 Negro citizens of er Registration Emphasis Mrs. Harvey Only $3.88
,\ ." Texas have been to
L'. ,"'.. .' registered Sunday.
f I.-'-' '.'': ''- ...':"L ;..-<- .-. _lIII'V r vote in the 1968 elections,according The volunteers visited
to W. C. Patton, homes, distributed literature, EXPERT STYLING &
Miss Yarberwas "Miss
Candy Saddidy"for NAACP associate director of instructed citizens in regis-
I 1968. Her "Man About, Town" Is Mr. Anthony Moss voter education, who directeda tration procedures and provided CLEANINGALL
Other participants are Little Misses Renee Archer, Iris massive two-month drive transportation and baby-
Fortson and Kathy Arnold.Stetson ending Jan. 31. sitters. CREDIT CARDS HONORED
Involved as volunteers in the Registration centers, each. :':':'::':':':':':':':':':-:':':':':':':<':':':':':':'::OC':<::':-;.i.SV.V7./AftV.VVAP.

I Cancels Out state-wide campaign were with a director, were estab- 100% HUMAN t.\\ *
some 2,000 door-to-door lished by the NAACP in Ama-
Dick GreaorvStetson vassers working through the rillo, Austin, Beaumont, Cor- HAIR WIGS Vp a{ }tHS $18.85 :
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branches of the National pus Christ, Dallas, Fort
University has can- Ledewitz said the school had Association for the Advance- Worth, H o us t o n, Longview, HUMAN
celled an appearance by Negro notified the agent for the civil ment of Colored People In the San Antonio, Texarkana and 100% p\-\\t.\\ \\ ;
comedian Dick Gregory on the rights worker and entertainerwho state. They had the support of Victoria. WIGHTS'* $"" (
Deland campus,at the requestof was to have appeared clergymen throughout the HAIR $6.95
the board of trustees. state who rallied the members
Student Uninn President Jeff March 18. of their respective churches REV. GREEN 100% HUMAN vt\\ \\o +

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::y:': .1 Orangeburg Quieter As < : :: i

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Boycott Starts :

Orangeburg, S. C.-Except Guardsmen has since been reduced nesses began Monday as Ne-
for the continued presence ,of 'and the 'curfew shortened groes pressed for civil rights
National Guardsmen, an appearance by'several hours. gains and immediate removal
of calm lies over this Prior to the shooting the of National Guard troops from
e er tortured town of 17,000. Two students submitted a list of the city. The Rev. I. DeQuincey -
colleges, whose students were grievances to the OrangeburgCity Newman, state field direc-
targets in a shooting which resulted Council. Then they held'a tor of the NAACP, said action
inthree deaths, remain "prayer-in," followed by a was wanted"Immediately with
closed. Local issues of segre- meeting in a ball park near the no nonsense."
:: gation which triggered the as- campus. These meetings went
\J' :: sault two weeks ago are being off without trouble. A statement adopted at a
pressed through boycott and Sunday meeting, Feb. 11, Involving -
:1 court action by the National Because All-Star Lanes 800 Negroes,called for
: Association for the Advance, houses restaurant, a secon- the state to make restitutionto
ment of C o 1 o r e d people for dary type business specifically families o f the.three deadas
resolution. mentioned in the Civil well as to the families'of .
The NA A C P- initiated actions Rights Act of 1964,the Justice those injured. The statement
hold the spotlight for the Department responded to an also said:
day because their outcome will appeal from NAACP officials
determine the racial climate by Issuing an order to the own- "We call upon the total Ne-
here for sometime to come. ers to appear inU. S. District gro community and other interested
The current conflict began Court. citizens to participate -

What's What In Watts Monday, Feb. 5, when a groupof in a no-buy1ngquaranHne,
II| I Negro students attempted The order, signed by U. S. with shopping to be confined to.
integrate the All-Star Lanes, District Judge J. Robert Mar- Negro businesses."
.. : a bowling alley in a shopping tin jr., requires the owners
':: Los Angeles Young men enrolled in staff members. : center near the heart of town. andoperators of the alley and Dr. C. H. Thomas, Jr., local -,
:: the automotive mechanics and service One of the work-study program's objectives :; When students were barred restaurant to appear to show NAACP President,
: phases of the Youth Training and Employ- is to teach young people new skills :: from the only bowling estab- cause why a temporary injunction Negro buying power in
:: ment Project (YTEP) in the Watts area of so they can obtain part-time jobs and earn lishment in town.they organized should not be issued, Orangeburg County is between
:: Los Angeles are apt to listen when Ronald enough to be able to go back to school and a demonstration.Later pending further action in the 60 and 70 per cent. Some 62.9
: Newble (center, dark uniform) tells them finish interrupted high-school careers. If on the night of Thurs- case, which will require All- per cent of the city's 17,000
:: what's what. they need a full-time job rightaway--or if :' day, Feb. 8, when state troopers Star Triangle Inc. to be oper- population is Negro.So tar/the
:: Mr. Newble manages the high-volume further skilled trades or technical training ti and National Guardsmen ated in non-segregated man- quarantine of white businesseshas
:: Humble Oil and Refining Company station is their goal--the YTEP courses in mechanics : attempted to push students ner.The been about 60 percent suc-
: shown behind him(above),where the traIn- and automotive service help them : back onto the campus todouse boycott of local busi cessful.STONE'S .
:: ees work.and attend classes. quality. :: grass fires, an outburst of
::: But the young, people in the self-help Or they may qualify for advanced train- :s: shots were fired into the group
::: course have reason to think of their station ong in private industry, as Mr.Newble did ,:5 of students. Three were killed,
::: manager, not just as the boss, but as when he proceeded from the YTEPpro- :: including one who was shot in INCOME TAX .
::: setting them an example. They know that, gram to'one of Humble's own courses in '; the back, and 37 injured.
:: less than three years ago, Mr.Newble was service station methods. :: About 600 National Guardsmen -
Serving the Miami for 15
area over at
::: one of the first to complete YTEP's then- Since the YTEP auto mechanics and ser- :: were deployed to seal off years
::: new work and study program. vice program was inaugurated in 1965, ti the adjoining campuses of 100 NW' 4th AVENUE "
::: Because his record was outstanding, he more than 100 young men have completed :: South Carolina State and Claf-
::: received some "postgraduate" training in the course.Some take only'the mechanics' ::: lin College which were ordered $3.00 $6,00
::: driveway sales and service in one of training; others, only the service-station ::; closed by state officials.
::: Humble oil's own courses, returnedtothe training.I They work and study for more :: Tanks were stationed in the Open every day except Sunday 9-1 & 4-8
::; Watts-area station as a salesman, and than three months if they take only one of :: city streets and Governor Sundays 9.1 \
::: later:.became its manager. the two types of training, more than six, ;: Robert E. McNair imposed a.
::: As the ,program members listen to the months if they take both. Classes average ::curfew The number -of
::: station manager, and follow his instruc- about ten students. \ v,' ::: r
t:: tions,'each trainee can truthfull/say about In the highly motorized. L 6s Angelesarea ':
::: Mr. Newble: "He started out exactly where jobs are plentiful for those who per :::
::: I did" severe successfully finish either '::,
:: Hu'mble, largest U. S. oil refiner and course.In .
::: marketer, has been a partner in the YTEP the smaller photo above, four young ::
::1: service station and auto mechanics train- men who were about ready to finish their ':: NEW CARFINANCING
,: ing--not only be donating the use of a training Identify the various components of ::
: modern service station and the related a partially dismantled engine under the :::
: duties to the Youth Training and Employ watchful supervision of their instructor :i:.
ti; ment Project, but also by making mobile Mr. Cooper. The students(from left) are ;
@ trailer classroom available and by assign Donald Wilson, Lional Amos,Wayne Jack :
ti:; ing representatives of the company's mar- son and Ellwin Buford.
::: keting management to aid the project in YTEP, which has a wide-ranging pro-
::: both its planning and operational stages. gram, was well established before condi- r
: Bernard W. Kinsey, recently promotedto tions in Watts came to national and world
dealer sales representative by Humble, attention in August, 1965. The project was
is shown above with Mr. Newble and Wil- organized, with federal and City of Los
liam Cooper (right), YTEP instructor. Mr. Angeles support, by concerned community :
Kinsey, since joining Humble in Los leaders who realized,as much then as now, ;,
Angeles about a year ago,has been closely the critical role that jobs and training must '
involved with the company's assistance to play in finding acceptable solutions to the ' %
the youth training project and the YTEP crisis of our cities. ,,

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Florida Court Fines NAACP Demonstrators ;.

Clearwater. Found guiltyon age of justice. We got a raw vin Davies, the Association's
a charge of obstructing a deal Also present was MarField director for Florida.
school bus, Talmadge Rut-
ledge, president of the Clear- Arkansas NAACP Heads
water NAACP Branch, has
been fined $35.00 and given a
suspended sentence of seven Demand Prison, ProbeLittle
days in jail by Municipal Court
Judge Roland Fox. Rock,Ark.-Key fig- over the inhuman conditions in
ures in the Arkansas State the prison system which you
Mr. Rutledge, with four Conference of the National As- inherited," but urged him not
NAACP youth council mem- sociation for the Advancementof only to conduct an investigation
bers, was arrested January Colored people have called but to institute a programof
30 in connection with a school upon U.S. Attorney General rehabilitation and "a com-
desegregation demonstration.They Ramsey Clark and Governor pletely integrated system
were accused of haltingthe Winthrop Rockefeller to which will make it difficult for
school bus. Ray Green, launch a full investigation of the Negro to be the brunt of
president of the youth council' the state's prison system.In prison abuse." Lincoln is YOUR Bank. Use if!
his sister, Magnolia, Eddie their telegram to the Attorney -
Turner and John Mack Elmore General, Dr. Jerry D.
were also accused of enter- Jewell, President of the state
ing the Pinellas High School conference; George Howard,
and causing a disturbance,and Jr., chairman of the state legal FINEST ri LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK
of failure to obey a lawful police redress committee, and L. C.
order. Bates, field director,said, *In PRINTING OF MIAMI
The young people were found view of recent reports of pri- First fully integrated bank in the entire SoutlltUI-
guilty on two charges and fin- son abus and unearthing of SERVICE J right here in the Edison Financial Center
ed $25.00 on each or five days human skeletons,we urge your 6013 N.W.7th Avenue ,. Him* 7594431I"
in jail. deqartment to make an investigation -
ofconditions at the Miami Times
Kivie Kaplan, NAACP national institutionsTheir
president, who attendedthe penal
to the Gov-
trial on Feb. 7, miscarrlt called the ernor reflected telegram "sympathy Call OX 10421
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+ its second group .of four
annual scholarship drive. The
right are: Florence Nicholson/ ,
I Tyson. The winner of this con-
I Europe this summer for a 20 day

Harris Is a pretty Delta Airlines Stewardess" : You may see your very special
and lucky too. Pam, who lives at 701 So. Royal Pom- ;
ciana in Miami Springs, won the console color televisionset
((1610)) given away by the Ebony Civic Club at the Against Bottle
Hampton House recently. Pam's home is in Atlanta

Round About lap Lottery them."
In addition to warning soft
. .: drink bottlers and others pro-
TalkBY ... moting this type of scheme
:.. through the mails,the General
Counsel asked all postmastersin
JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL JAYTALK the Postal Bullet published -

Feb. 15, to submit sample
0' TOWN . Cleveland's Mayor Carl B. Stokes in
ac- copies of any mailings con-
town admitted that he is having big city problems of finance the cerning this type of lottery.
and opposition developments in the City Council. . Former Publishers of newspapers,
heavyweight champion, Ezzard Charles, 46,ailing with lateral in pamphlets or publications of
sclerosis (nerve of the spine) . Ezzard Charles lost title to kind
any advertising a lottery
Jersey Joe Walcott and second title fight to Rocky Marciano through the mail are also subject -
(Marc i a n 0 retired soon' after as undefeated heatyweight'' may to a fine of.not more than..
champion of the world) . Josephine Premice 39, (former t law $1,000 and Imprisonment of
Catherine Dunham dancer getting high praises from criticsas ( )." not'more than two years.SCHOLARSHIP .
Madame Fleur in the play "house of Flowers," an off L".r
Broadway play. In Miss Premice's earlier career days, she DANCEThe
played the Village Vandguard mostly she worked with Lena
Horne in "Jamaica," a hit play, and she lived and worked in public is cordiallyfnvited -
Rome for six years until she became homesick .. New York to a Scholarship Dance,
Criminal Court Judge Kenneth M Phipps 51, died of a heart sponsored by the Educatonal
attack last week. He was a Harlem StateAssembly-man, 14th ." Department of South Florida
District before being appointed Judge by former Mayor Bob Elks, IBPOE of W Saturday,
March 2 at 10 at Atlas
Wagner . New York's $43,000,000 new Madison Square, a p.m.,
Lodge Elks Home 329 NW 16th
must see on your list. (A world's show place) . Madison and ,
Squ are Garden's big event to look forward to are the two door $1,25.Mrs ; $1.00
champion fight productions which are due March 4, between
Elouise Johnson is
heavyweights Joe Frazier and Buster Mathis; Middleweight buy
secretary and H. Chisholm is
champion Emtle Griffith and former champ Nino Benevenuti. find chairman.
Frazier's purse should be $175,000, Griffith abut $175,000
Mathis and Benevenuti about $75,000.

Tampa arriving in New York via PortAuthority, rushing to
Newark, N, J. to find out wny his brother Ernest was in jail ,
. Kathryn Glover Rigby send hardy regards to Gladys Fair- ee
not of 63-05 NE 65 Street. . Margie Davis (Pretty Tampa-
Miami Lassie) stayed in New York the week of Sam arid Dave's 1'L.
Apollo Theatre engagement, before leaving for Los Angeles,
Calif. Her interest was the songs which she had a hand in, (
"Hold On," "Soul Man," "May I Baby" and "I Thank Kou. )
. Ike Powell mentioned around town . Lorraine BakerA > ) ..
( lovely fox from Tampa) spending most of he time at 165 ( )
Haines Rd., Bedford Hills, N. Y. . I met Geneview Daniel of
Jacksonville Thursday night at the Palm Cafe.

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golden record (after sale of millionth recod,sale) for
"Skinny Legs." . Johnny Jones, 1043 Ave St. Jons, Bronx,
dedicates "If I Could Build My World Around You" (Marvin ii
Gaye and Tammie Terrell) to his Grannies, Homer and Marie : l! -
Marshall 929 Madison St., Jacksonville . To Gloria and 1
Sally Graham (of big Jax) it's the Impression's"We're a Winner
Moving on Up." . Irene Davis (NYC) dedicates,Jamesj3rown's
"I can't Stand Myself to her mother, Mrs. Fenie DOES
Davis Kelsey West Palm Beach . Howard Norman to Eva !

'I . . .and. .Eddy. . .Sherardt .Orlando.. . . .it's. Aretha. . . .Franklin's. . . . ."Chain. . . ..of. ; . . - . . _I.t

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Shown at 9:00 Joseph V. Rogers from Monrovai, Liberia who received a four year scholarshipto
Lincoln University from the Universal Masonic; Brotherhood,Scottish Rite Affilia .
tion, is fcehg introduced to the Sovereign Trustee Board by the Sovereign Grand '
Master From left to right, III./ Joshua Landrum, III. William F. Lawrence, /111.// Henry
L. Allen, 33 degree, Sovereign Grand Master, Mr. Rogers, Dt. Ruby N. /
Clifton Chandler and III. Isaac Sumter.
s k, III. Henry L. Allen, 33 degree, Sov. Grand Master and Dt. Ruby N. Allen are
here helping the lodges and chapters in Miami plan the Sovereign Day Celebrationaformal
Green Tea to be held at Johnson's Hall on Sunday,March 24th. Proceeds will
be used for African and state scholarships.

Georgia Police Manhandle DemonstratorsSocial

Circle, Ga. -State who say conditions at the Sofood is inadequate and school
troopers dragged Negro dem- cial Circle Training School buses are so crowded that
onstrators from the street last are unsanitary,lunchroom they are dangerous. .
week as they sprawled in front
of school buses in protest of
school deplorable.conditions they term imri

About 35 demonstratorswere NOW SHOWING "
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I r Nashville Tense
Grand Union Store at pistol, four or five men did the cash register.
Police Action* 121st Street and Biscayne Job with theboldness l of experienced After opening the safe, Hill
-- - -- -- --...i Blvd. was the victim of swift highway robbers. called for a sack from Paul
Nashville, Tenn-This Wide protests are being organized residents on January 17. moving robbers last Sunday, They slipped in through the Jirinec and the stock clerk
city's black community remains by SNCC,the Southern But days terror didn't end as a gang of holdup men all front entrance and tanned out handed him a large grocery
tense and fearful as a Student Organizing Committee until one of the suspects was Negroes, grabbed the money to cover the checkout counter bag. Hill filled it with cash for
result of recent police actions. (SSOC), which has its headquarters brought back from Cincinnati. from a busy store safeand registers and small office. the robbers. The four bandits
For several days last month here, and the Then the newspapers reportedthat registers in broad daylight, fled, after firing a shot at Hill,
policemen roamed North Southern Conference Educa- he denied any connectionwith after shooting the store man- Forced, toward the store who had followed them to obtain -
Nashville area terrorizingblack tional Fund (SCEF). the Nashville black- ager.With safe, acting manager Robert the license number of the
citizens. The incident which touched power movement, and police some 75 customers Hill was ordered to open it, car they were driving.The gun,
More than 70 people .- 40 off the days of terror occurredon were unable to show that he viewing the televisionlikegang while one o f the bandits was injury was serious enough to
to 50 of them students at Fisk, January 16. That night,two did. armed with shotgun and emptying the pharmacist's require Hill to be hospitalized.
and Tennessee State All uni- policemen were shot. One was I" .
versities -- were arrested or killed. MCARTHUR CARTER IS BACK WITH

taken to police headquartersfor Assistant Police Chief John Bought Store Two Months
questioning.Hundredshad Sorace then announced that a ri Dixie Building
their homes broken into. brief case containing SNCC
Ago Killed by RobbersJuan
The police probed personaland literature had been found in the ,-
views and trunk of the which te i
political asso- car pa- Medina of 466 SW 22nd last year. : ,
ciations in some cases at trolmen had been So-
gun chasing. Road
small store
bought a Police reported that Medinawas
A number of their victims race said "All of evidence
point. : our
only two months ago, and on found lying face down in Inc.
were beaten severely. points to the fact that we're
he killed land
Monday was by three the Shadow Grocery Store,
One man suffered a punctured dealing with people involved In who robbed him.
men 5001 NW Second Avenue. He ;
eardrum and spinal the black-power movement."
injuries. LA
had been shot once through the
Much of the harassment was Local newspapers carried The 47-year-old grocerac- side of the face.Witnesses said 757-4163 .
aimed at local leadership of headlines such as "Black
quired the business place from they saw three young men run-
the Student Nonviolent Coor- Power Killing Linked."
the previous owner who had ning from the store shortly
dinating Committee (SNCC). Two men from Cincinnatiwere been held up twice during the after they heard the shooting.
One of them-was arrested for prime suspects In the
loitering while he washed shooting from the start. Police --- -----

clothes at a laundromat, held had traced the license of the 6PETKON METHOD
without bail, and tried that abandoned carandpublishedthenames Negro Students Give CARPETS tRY IN
same night without a lawyer. oftheseOhio

Carmichael Cold
I Boy Who Killed For Dime

PI.nd Innnrenr
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The 16-year-old boy who He is Dennis H. Stevens, of Washington.Stokely Car- Carmichael's statement, "Be
threatened agroupofteenagers 1304 NW 62nd Street, who fatally michael drew catcalls as wellas black, be beautiful. 16 BEAUTIFUL COLORS

with the warning, "you shot George Chatfield, cheers when he brought his During his hour-long talk, INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING
can't go home unless you give 15, of 1547 NW mthstreet, last Black Power message to a many of the 600 students left.
me a dime each," then shot October. predominantly Negro audienceat When a school bell ended the
one of them,pleaded i innocent Chatfield's brother wrest- Roosevelt High School. session, the former chairmanof Now $5.45SQYD.
Monday before Judge Hal led a gun from Stevens and shot "Who needs help black the Student NonViolent
Dekle. him but was not held. ordinating Committee told a
white ? Car-
people or people
michael asked. small knot of students gathered Call For Free Estimate
near him on the stage:
"Both," came the answer "This was a bad session.
Methodist Church
from several students attending Too many voices trying to get 757-4163
0- Carmichael's talk ata the floor at the same time.ButI

Defines BlackPower student councilsponsoredseminar didn't' want to lecture you. I 24 HOUR SERVICE

t program. wanted Jo talk with you.; '4\.
: "Does the black student or
the white student get the better
to," education in Washington?"
Cincinnati, Ohio. -A happened "because of our de- asked Carmichael "
specially defined "Blackpower" sire to become 'white' and be "You get the educationyouwant 8650 NW 22 Ave.
will be the response accepted by white people." to get," answered a
to "racism in America and youngster. SPECIALIZING IN
the Methodist Church" by the The policy on black power Girlish giggles greeted J
National Conference of Negro emphasized that "when weaf- RUG SALES & CLEANING
Methodists, adopted here Fri- frim and embrace our black-
day. brothers" had not always been cies for all agencies and Institutions -
relevant, an expression that ; allocation of more resources COMMERCIAL CLEANING &
The conference voted with- this had happened "because of
to serve needs of the I,
out opposition for a policy our desire to become 'white' black community. FLOOR WAXING .,
paper declaring that black and be accepted by white people ,"
power, defined as "a call for ." General I Conference (the CARPETING CLEANED IN YOUR HOME OR OUR PLANT
black people in this countryto church-wide legislative body

unite to recognize their The policy on black power meeting this springAmendment ) FREE ESTIMATES IN YOUR HOME
heritage, to build a sense of emphasized that "when we affirm of church discipline to
community,' is the responsible and embrace our black- include guarantees of employ-
way to meet the problem.The ness we are acknowledgingwhat ment and voice" as now pro- Call 696-9133 or 635-3641
action added that "black God has done and no vided for women and for mem-
power" means "the develop- longer wear our blackness as bers coming into the united
ment and utilization of the church the
gifts a stigma, but as a blessing. from Evangelical
of black men for the good of In the final session of the United Brethren Church; mak-
black men and the whole na- three-day meeting, the dele- ing 1972 a mandatory date for
tion" and "a call for us to respond gates voted recommendationsin elimination of annual (regional NOW YOU CAN to G o d' s action in his- a number of specific direc- ) conferencesbased on
tory which is to make and keep tions designed to carry out the race, Instead of the "target 100% NYLON CONTINUOUS FILAMENT PILE CARPET
human life human. approved policy. These included date" now in effect; seeking to ''''':-
: unite with the three Negro FINE": :DOUBLE' JUTE BACKING FOR LONGER WEAR
The delegates also established Methodist denominations be- ::
a continuing national Local church-Examination fore moving ahead with any CARPETS: 1S DECORATOR COLORS
.ki... organization known as "Black and redefinition of the congre- other church unions. ,
r. Methodist for Church Re- gation's structure and life in ,I. sq yd.
.. .
i" newal." One of its first tasks relation to its community and One of the papers adopted ".', "" ........ SSSOPer
: will be to initiate conversa- to current movements; deter- reiterated what several discussions ...-'i: per yd.
: tions with black members of mination that the church "un- this week had stres- r.: '
I other predominantly white denominations dertake to teach creatively the sed: "The black communitiesare
I looking toward a contribution of the Negro in ours to claim as black Installed Wall to Wall in Your

similar meeting on an interdenominational American life; expanded programs Methodists," but that the task HomeLOW .-
basis. of education, of study- is not now being done nor can -- J-
,1 ing the role of the church in it be until personnel and finan- PRICE I NCLUDES: (}>\ :_: -

:: Expressing a hope to continue the midst violence,of politi- cial resources are redirected I I. CARPET ,;
work within the denomina- cal action on pressing issues; by the churches. : MONTHd

tion's "existing framework," expanded training for clergy, The new organization, in effect 2. NO MONEY DOWN LOW PAYMENT, /
the delegates deleted phrase and consideration of the pool- ? "': ,-":
immediately, will have a 3. UP TO YEARS FINANCING J"u r
that their position.f"power"w Ing of resources from, black 44-member board directors
I uld be carried out"whether churches for In order to give headed by the Rev. Jmaes M.
it be within or without the institution priority to meeting black com-. 'Lawson of Memphis, Tenn., We Rent Rug--
and whether it be munity needs. who has chaired this confer-
pleasing or painful to white ence. It will establish an ad-
Methodists." The denominationSeekingassurance visory committee, in each of Shampooing Machines
percentage rep- the church's five regional jur-
They also dropped, from a resentation of Negroes on all isdictions; will call a constitutional -
confession that their "min- boards and agencies, especially convention in 1969,
i.try to our black brothers" in policy-making and will employ an executive We Carry Brand Name Carpeting

had not always been relevant, positions; nondiscriminatory''edspfo ', director_ when funds are ayailable. _
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I 1- loving memory of our]
and dear sister-in-law.daughter sister, aunt


I la sad and loving memory !
9 of
rally of the lateBASHEBA loving memory our
my husband and father, ______._u_____ dear father grandfather and
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....,. 1966. -...."'..............- .-..... ,.- ..
We love you, but God love .

you best. ;, .-.:'-v pioneer resident of Miami,

who departed this life Feb. 24, passed Feb. 16, 1968 at Palm
Roosevelt Cardy. wife
1960. Springs General Hospital after
Cynilia Velia and N ice
y, a month's confinement.
daughters, grandchildren and I MRS. BETTIE M. Francis Braham, sister
Services will be held at St.
. a host of other relatives and t KENDERICKwho Edna Samuels, Myrtle Gib-
-- '. .; ., .- Agnes Episcopal Church, 1750
friends. son.Ursula Harris and Lois
ELIZABETH departed this life, Feb. 26, Davis, daughters NW 3rd Ave., Thursday morn-
ing.Feb. 22.
HEPBURNwho Wilbur Wilson
died on Feb. 11 wish to INMEMORIAM "Be still" a deeper step in She will lie in repose at

., acknowledge with grateful appreciation In of faith and rest, Richardson Mortuary, 4500
SAM B. SOLOMONwho the kind expressions memory "Be still and know" thy Fa- IN MEMORIAMIn NW 17th Avenue.

departed this life Feb. 12, of sympathy that helpedto 1 I ther knoweth best
,.. .., of
1966. ease our sorrow in the time "'-- ------ - ------ The way that leads his child to memory
Your gentle face and patient: of our bereavement. that fair land,

smile Special thanks to Father A "summer" land, where

With sadness we recall Sweeting, and members of St, quiet waters flow; family of the late

You had a kindly word for each t Peters African Orthodox and I Where longing souls are satisfied -

And died beloved by all. Rahmings Funeral Home. and know
: Their God,and praise for all i

Thy voice is mute and stilled I William Hepburn, husband that He has planned."

the heart, Theodore Hepburn, son *.

I That loved us well and true,, Reuben Hepburn, grandson Mrs. Julia Blake and r'r

Ah, bitter was the trial to part I Patsy R a h m tag, granddaughter Family.
From one so good as you.

Kyle and Theodore Hepburn, '--

You are not forgotten loved one! great grands IN MEMORIAMIn

Nor will you ever be, Theodora Lee, niece.

As long as life and memory J; : loving memory of our be- .a

last loved sister and mother,
who departed this life Feb.26, ILl
of the late FLORA BELL CLARK
We miss now our hearts family {
are sore, 0 remember us who pine, THOMAS acknowledge with great appreciation -

As time goes by we miss more, Looking from our cross to +M How well she fell asleep! The all kind acts of sym-
pathy given
thine during our hour of
'l Your loving smile, your ; truest end of life is to know life bereavement.
face Cheer our souls with
gentle hope
never ends. Good
; good Special thanks to Rev.
No fill vacant i
one can your night, as we so often said,beneath Harold Brown
for his
place. Hear us, Holy Jesus. service
our roof at in
midnight, rendered the
Francis Funeral
J Martha W. Solomon wife
+ the days that are no more and
I Robin Solomon, daughter .rr Henry (Fox) Smith, husband shall no more return. She,has Aid Home and its staff, the pastors

Raymond Solomon,son Justina McGee, daughter but taken up her lamp and Board of Ebenezer and
Sam B. Solomon, son Henry L. McGee, grandson to bed we'll gone numerous friends. Our burden
stay little
; longeras is
Stacy Warren Solomon, son Roderick McGee, grandsonLeo easier to bear with friends
one stays,but we will se you
Vann Solomon, son McGee, son-in-law in the neighbors like you may
Hubert Charlow, brother God bless you all.

I Livingston Charlow brother M
Your son Nathaniel ThomasIN
IN MEMORIAMIn Hughie Charlow, brother Mrs. Muriel Clark, mother

sad but loving memory of JAMES MILTON TomCharlow, brother Mrs. Muriel Drinks,
wish to thank for all
everyone daughter
our beloved husband andbro- Femisha Knowles sister
:acts of kindnesses shown them
STRINGERwho Bernard
th r. Vera Higgs, sister Kemp, Jr., son
in the form of cards, letters, Leo Wade, sister loving memory of our James Drinks, son-in-law
.fie.i y telegrams and for everyone departed this life Feb. 22 wife Mildred
Lila Robinson, aunt daughter and mother Ruth Clark,
who took part in remembering 1965. sisters.IN
Edith .
Sawyer, aunt r "
z tmi us during or bereavement. Three years have passed since t .

Special thanks to all the that sad day when the one we

churches and pastors who participated IN MEMORIAM loved was called away.We lov- MEMCRIAMIn

May God bless you ed her but God loved her best.

M all. ______,_ ,_. _._ ; memory of my dear
k The FamilyIN :_: daughter and husband,
Mrs. Elnora Milton, wife '.i : r'

and FamilyIN ...., : SYBLE LOUISE JOHNSONand
sad but loving of passed away Feb. 24, 1942
IE In loving memory of y our darling mother and grand t' and Feb. 27, 1957 respectively
t t It has been years since
r mother, / ; you
left us. Friends may think we
....,:-. --.: -- ,h : xR-t : have forgotten you, when at
MR ARTHUR L. S .i times they see us smile. But

.. they little know the heartachesour
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who departed this life Feb. 22, ., P! SW MRS. MATTIE DUHART smiles hide all the while.
1966. r }You still live in our
who memory.
departed this life Feb.25
Until we reach that happy 1966. We miss your loving smiles

shore and see thee face to face May she rest in peace. a and care, but God has smoothed -
and from our God go out no ( our aching hearts and
more and never again. I RICHARD DeVEAUX c driven:
weep Wa A'r Albert Duhart husband away our tears. We
I j know, that
yo u are resting in
Ordained M. Kendrick father
Mrs. Kathleen L. Jones, 1950 Advanced Deacon, June 11, and five children. 1 t that: Heavenly home above.
; priesthood
wife Esther E. Johnson, wife
Mr. Lancelot G.Jones,brother October 24, 1954. Rector of Pauline E. Woods, daughterElla
.aa_ .- St.Peter's American Catholic CARD OF THANKSThe Jean Smith
Church, Miami, Florida. Died
family of the late granddaughter
FRANK DELONA FERGUSONwho February 28, 1961.
CARD OF THANKSThe Grant Him, 0 Lord, eternal CLIFFORD
rest and
may light perpetual
departed this life, Feb. 26, MOSS
family of the lateB. 1967. shine upon him. GAMBLE MEMORIALElder

F. ROUX He is gone, but will never be MRS. GRACIE EDDEN wishes to express gratitudeand J. c. Jackson, pastor

wish to thank the many friends forgotten. May he rest in KNOWLESwho thanks to everyone who Nathaniel Thomas,reporterThe

and neighbors for kindness peace. I INMEMORIAMInloving departed this life Feb. 25, sent cards, telegrams,and Minister'sand Dea-
shown to us during our hour 1951. flowers during our hours of con's Wives of Gamble is pre-

of bereavement. Thanking you Elizabeth Keels Ferguson, memory of our Nobody kneels at the throne bereavement. senting a Spiritual Extrava-

for all cards, telegrams, and wife dear brother above Special thanks to Rev. M. F. ganza, Monday, Feb. 26, at 8

., floral pieces. Dazella and Teresa, daugh- To thank the Heavenly Father Clark, Choirs No. One and Two P.m., 1809 NW 5th Ave. Spec-

Special thanks to Rev T.C. ters, Tony and Terry, sons IKE CARNEGIEwho For that sweetest gift a members of St, Matthew Missionary ial guest will be the famous
Kelly, St. Paul AME and the Mr. and Mrs Ronald G. passed to the great beyond mother's love; Baptist Church, Rev. "Rosetts" from Richmond

Richardson Funeral Home. Ferguson, parents February 26, 1952. Nobody can but mother. Edward Ferguson, staff of the Heights Mrs. p. Seabrooks,
four brothers, five sisters, Gone but not forgotten. House of Albert, and all our is president.

Mrs.. B, F, Roux: ,. wife, anFamily d many other relatives and Ida K. Sidney, daughter dear friends. The fourth Sunday annual
friends. The Family Gracie Ann, granddaughter Chorus Revival will convene,
The family Feb. 25, at'3:00 p.m.CARDS .

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday... February 23.. 1968 19'


The family of the late u 4r . .w }. ifh'S \
Mrs. Esther Sanders of 1807 Sgt. Leroy Edward Valdez a

NW 59th Street, died recently.She native MiamIan of 15720 VIOLA DEZMAL | r Jl, ar
is survived by a daughter Bunche Park
Opa-locka JjilFtiiJ/Se
wishes to express its deepestappreciation : ,
Mrs. Grace P.Smith; an aunt attended the public schools in to the ,' ,,,' ,
many '
Mrs. Sarah Wright, of Tarpon this entered
community and friends for their acts of kind- .f-r
Springs. Funeral services will the United States Airforce in '
ness during her illness and \
our ? )
be held Saturday, Feb. 24, at 1964. Among his survivors, period of grievance, displayedby h I
3 p.m. in Greater BethelAME are widow Elizabeth two
; prayers, cards, and floral 1'' .
Church. daughters Denise and Natalie
pieces. Special thanks to Rev.L. .
mother, Mrs. Earnestine L. Dean and the membersof lxrrm HEAHI FUND
Mrs. Caldonia Harris of Bones father Richard Dames
; ;
Kelly's Chapel we loved .
; you .
7102 NW 14th Ave., died re- grandmother M "
r s. Evelyn mom and will : i
you always re-
She is survived four
cently. Newbold; one brother, Vergil. main in our hearts. .,
cousins, J. D. Allen, Albert Funeral services were held

Allen, Earnest Taylor andAl- Saturday from First Baptist Children:

bert Hill ; an uncle Benny Church in Bunche Park.
Whitehead. Funeral services Delores Clarke,Cecil John- *

will be conducted Saturday, Mrs. Naomi Brantley, 2387 son, Marie Johnson, Cyril ?t

Feb. 24, at 1:00: p.m. in Mt. NW 80St., died Feb. 13.Among Dez ma I, Kermit Dezmal,

Calvary Baptist Church. her survivors, husband; ten Melva Green, and James
Dezmal. -
children; parents; six sisters;
three brothers. Remains were

shipped! Saturday morning to I
Cordele, Ga., for final rites. II I

Mrs. Sarah Butler of 17571
Willie Scott 6722 6th .
NW 4th Ct., died Feb. 19, at
Ave., died Feb. 18. Survivorsare her horn?. Funeral serviceswill MISS UNIVERSE, Sylvia' ;Hitchcock, of Miami, andrecovered heart surgery patient .

wife; sisters; and other be held Saturday,4 24, Todd Gorlin/ 7, team up to make Heart their cause. Todd, now a healthy youngster,

ia4 'r 0M relatives. Remains were sentto 10:30: a.m. at St. Agnes Epis- underwent heart surgery twice. He and Miss Universe remind .us that February is I

Hallandale for final rites. copal Church Remains will Heart Month, which reaches its peak on Heart Sunday, Feb. 25. Todd is the son of

repose in the chapel beginning Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D. Gorlin./ of 19035 NW 23rd Avenue.. -
Mrs. Jannie 14681
12 noon on Friday until 6a.m.
Harrison Street, Richmond Saturday.Remains will reposein Liberty City Children Opportunity! CtHttr .

Heights, died Feb. 18. Amongher the church beginning 7am. A_ \ _.,
and ;read 10 them ;some:: "uu sand ::
survivors, husband, Gul- Saturday until furneral time. The Liberty City Child Op- planning the whole thing. First Don'ts" in art instruction

ledge; five sonsArtis, James Survivors include two daugh- portunity Center will hold it's second, and third prizes were concerning children. Mr. Ben-
Howard, Gulledge, Jr., M. J. monthly CAG meeting these
ters Mrs. Hilda Watkins and Monday, won by youngsters, jamin Brown then read an ar-
Mincy; one daughter Susie M. Feb. 26 at 7:30 in the 4
--"" Mrs. Ethel Newbold Poitier. p.m. Stephanie: Young years; sec- ticle entitled "The Color BookCraze"
one sister, Leona Eastern; one child opportunity center. ond Brenda Crawford 6 years;
from the Associationfor
Mrs. Lucy calloway of 7127 brother O'Neal Hollway. Re- Mrs. Ellen Freeman Jonesof All per sons who have not third Melanie Thurston four
Childhood Education Inter-
NW 15th Ct.,died recently.She mains will be shipped. seen our art exhibition thatson Cut tin and Pasting
two 1955 NW 2nd Ct. Apt. 206, years. g : national, written by Blanche
is survived by daughters,
died Feb. 18 in Jackson Hospital display, we wish you would First Randy Potter; second, Jefferson Mrs. Williams introduced -
Mrs. Lena Smith and Mrs. Arthur Williams, 410 NW Funeral services will be stop in and take a look and see Shelia Cox; and third Ethel and
Alice Lee; a son Robert;a sis- 7th St., Apt. 5, died Feb. 13. how well it was put together by Mathis. our guest judges,
held Saturday, Feb. 24,at 2:00 she also thanked the staff
ter Mrs. Mary Thompson; Among his survivors are his p.m. in the chapel. Remainswill our 2 1/2 6 year olds, threeof Three Deminsional: First members for their coopera.-

three grandchildren; three widow dance ; one sister, repose in the chapel beginning our teachers who have had Todd Belvins four years; sec-

great-grandchildren. Funeral Cora Lee of Brooklyn, N. Y.; 1 p.m. on Friday until art courses, Mr. B. Brown, ond Zurich Deshazior five tion.While in looking over the art
services will be conducted one brother, Amos Williams. Mrs, J. Brunson and Mrs. and third Shaw
funeral time Saturday. Sur- years Daphne exhibit please have a look at
Friday Feb. 23 at 3 p.m. Funeral services held
W. B. Williamstheyalongwlth five old.
vivors include her husband, years our bulletin board we celebrated -
in Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Monday in the chapel. Wallace; two daughters Mrs. the help of the other staff mem, At our art exhibition show Negro History Week by

Loretta Rogers and AnUo- bers did a very good job in 'we had quite a few present, Mr., displaying some of our famous

James George Latt Imore, ReTheodore Roosevelt nette; one son Wallace,Jr.; father L, Cox vice president of our Negroes. The board was beau-

the son of Mr. and 1341 Mrs.Clax-61st Harrison. 2292 NW 52nd St., Henry Thompson; three JOLLIETTES MEETThe parent group, 19 staff members tifully fixed by Mrs. M. Dean

ton Lattimore of NW dedFeb.: 13. Aaioiy' his survivors sisters, Mesdames Caroline Jolliette Social and and our g u est judges, and Mrs. Ronnie Lewis, the

Street, Apt. 4, died Jackson his are two sisters, Fran- Burns, Elizabeth Brown and Civic Club held its regular Fred Hanna of Station WA ME, Art Exhibition and the Famous

Hospital. He is survived by ces WliJte! Willie Wvtliwr: ; six Ellen Williams ; and five meeting Saturday, Feb. 10, at Gail Dickenson, art instructor Negro pictures will remainon ..
parents ;ClaxtonJr.Funeralservices a Shirley; a brothers, Charles, Solomon) grandchildren. the 'h'orne"of Mrs. John H. of Lillie C. Evans; Benny display until after our CAG

brother will be conducted on Collie Cliffor, Julius, andL. Braynon. A most impressive Berry, neighborhood center meeting Monday, Feb.26, 7:30
J.; aunts, uncles. Funeral Mrs. Thelma Inablnet.of installation service was held director of Liberty city. Mrs.

Saturday in the Feb. 24, at 10 a.m. service was conducted Tues- 419 NW 8th St., Apt. 29, died for the newly elected officers B runs in was presented by p.m.Mrs.. M. P. Dean, acting director -

chapel. day from Mount Sinai Baptist at her home, Feb. 20. She is for 1968. The theme of thein- Mrs. W. B. Williams She ex- and Mrs. L. Bennett,

Church. survived by her husband, stallation was "Follow the tended greetings to the group, is reporter.
Mrs. Lila S. Bows of 6906
Leroy and a host of other "
NW 18th Ave., died recently. Gleam. Each officer held a
Mernal Moss 2375 NW 161 relatives. Arrangements are
She is survived by a sister, candle as the song "Let the
St., Cpa-locka, died Feb. 16. incomplete. Lower Lights keep burning"The
Mrs. Lucille Harrell; two nephews -
A close friend Mr. Mar- BLACK POWERCan't
Lelan and William San very service was officiated by

chez; four nieces Maude and vin Hemingway Funeral ser- MT. CARMEL the club sponsor, Mrs.

Mary Sanchez, Ruby Allen and vices were conducted Wednes- Cherrye Mills Boyer After do it alone. Comrade Khruschev was
Freddy Johnson. Arrange- day from the chapel. Rev. D.A. Bradley,pastor the service a beautiful gold
Be flee die for
right prepared to or
ments are incomplete.Mrs. Louis McGriff, reporterOur plaque 'was presented to Mrs.
Clifford Moss, better known pastor delivered both Alma Jones, a former mem- munism will bury us real soon! What can you

Viola Dezmal of 1500 as "BaseHorn," 7170NW 15th sermon's on last Sunday. For ber, for 19 yars of untiring do? Send one dollar for "The Land That Was"
Ct., died Feb. 12. Among his the benefit of those who do not service elected
by our newly
NW 73 St., died Wednesday, his mother Now!! ACTION COMMITTEE C/O DANIELS,
survivors are know when church services Williams
Feb. 7. She is survived by four sister our president, Mrs. Lydia Box 50-1391 W. 29th St. Hialeah Fla. 33012.
Mrs Louise Moss; one tar t, we begin our evening The hostess, Mrs. ,
sons Johnson Cyril
Mrs. Evelyn Bethel; two bro- services at 6 p.m. Braynon, served a delicious
Kermit and James three
daughters Mesdames Delores thers, Charlie and James; We are now working towardour repast, and meeting adjourn-
uncles and aunts. Funeral ser- Men's Day. We extend a
Clark, Muie Johnson, and ed.Our FREE CATALOGUE & GIFT
vices were heldSaturdayfromSt. hardy welcome to you, come newly elected officersfor
Greene 20 grandchildren -
four ; Matthew Baptist Church. out and attend our activities. 1968 are: Lydia Williams, From Watkins Products
great grandchildren.
Funeral; services will be con- Remember the sick and president; Iris Colebrook, Write Watkins Products:

ducted Saturday Feb. 17 at Jam' s Owens, 216 NW 9th I shut-ins, and those who have vice president; Gladys Box 4382 Hollywood, Fla or Call 949.4793
1:00 in St., died i Feb. 5. Among his lost love ones. Braynon, financial secretary; HELP WANTED
p.m. Kelly Chapel
Methodist Church. survivors are one daughter Rowena Wilson, recording 3 men or women. Carol City, Opa-Iocka area. Must

Mrs. Frances Ross, and other secretary; Vernater camp- have car and phone. Good references. Part time

relatives. Funeral service; DISTRICTLAYMEN bell, treasurer; Bessie Den- Call 9494793. Ask for Mr. Rowley

were held Friday in the chapel,. CELEBRATE nis, business manager; Ila Between 1 & 3 and 6 & 8.

Jordan, assistant business CHURCHES, CLUBS & SCHOOLSLet

M. H. RAHMINGSLeroy Mrs. Dora Butler, 1530 m, ANNIVERSARY manager; Virlyn Sutherland, Watkin's Products show you how to build your

Morant of 545 NW 6 1st Pi., died Feb. 19. Among The Miami i I District Lay- chaplain; Connie Sanders, reporter fund reserve. Call 949-4793. Ask for Mr. Crane.

St., died Feb. 16, in Jackson her survivors are husband, men's Mr. Zack Ferguson, ; Carrie Bryant,parliamentarian Between 1 & 3 and 6 & 8.

Hospital. He is survived by 4 Herbert James, Sr., son Her- president, will observe it's ; and Carrie

daughters Mesdames Dorothy bert James. Jr.: 11 grand- 23 Anniversary.. Sunday.. Feb. Sanders, reporter.

Hampton, Vermeil J. Brooks, children.. Arrangements are 25, at New Bethel Goulds, at

Juanita Rolle, and Catherine incomplete.Nero 3 p.m. Special invitation to the
West Miami District North LOOK WHO'S IN TOWN!
Rolle; three sons, Leroy, La- Johnson, 1834 NW 74th ,
vern, and Ernest; 17 grands. died Feb. 16. Among his Miami, West Palm Beach,and from other this
Funeral services were held St.survivors, are four daughters Fort Pierce Districts..4NNOUNCEMENT. People come states to see gifted man

at Truth.Spiritual Guidance Templeof Mesdames Mary Preston,,Julia Ella M.Gamble John-, The Great "Doc" Buzzard's Son

Mrs. Edith Smith of 721 NW son Nero Oliver ; two sons;
47th Terrace, died Feb. 20, in three, brothers, Clifton,Jerry, Unit No. 55 of the State of WILL 3E' A r THE NEW AIR CONDITIONED

Mercy Hospital.She is survived Samuel; one sister Mrs. Florida, invites all their many

by two daughters Gloria Oliver; 22 grands; four great friends to attend their Second St. Anthony's Candle' Store
Lightbourn and Bloneva Rustin grands. Funeral services Annual George WashingtonTea

two sons John and Renny; nine were held Wednesday in the Sunday, Feb. 25, from 4 799 NW 54th
grandchildren; five great chapel. to 6 p.m.,at Bonded Collection STREET MIAMI FLORIDA

grands ; three sisters Mae Agency Hall, 4150 NW 7th Ave
Call 757-3691 for
Foster, Millie Smith of N. Y. Mrs. Ella Lee Smith, 220 Guest speaker will be Mia- Appointment

and Lillian Green of Bartow; NW 10th St., died Feb. 16th. mi's Incomparable Mfss
sixers-in-law; nieces and ne- Among her survivors are sis Cynthia Knowles.A treat is in- 7 to 10 Mornings 4 to 10 Evenings

phews. Funeral services will ter, brother ; nieces and store for all. -GOOD LUCK SUCCESS GOOD HEALTH

be held Saturday, Feb. 24, at nephews. Arrangements are Mrs. Lucille West, president -

St. Francis Xavier Church. incomplete. .
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-.. THE. .- .MIAMI.... ..... TIMES... Friday... February 23 1968


...',. "'""' .,,"f>. -\. .. : ;...."..,.::!.. :..d. ;.:4' : jj ,,- .,;._.!Uftl .. Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor
: : ; "" / ,""r 'r", I':' Evelyn Souter, reporter
; 'i _
t' !
' There will be baptism ser-

vices Sunday at 9:00: a.m. The
\, public is invited.

Bible study and prayer

meeting each Thursday at 8

p.m.The Home Mission programwill

be the second Sunday in


Choir No. Two will have

their anniversary, March 22nd

through March 24th.

Joint rehearsal for choirs

One and Two, Feb. 27,at 8p.m.

Our monthly Conferencewill h 4 4a.

be held Feb. 29, at 8 p.m. wY

Remember the sick,

shut-ins, our pastor,bereaved

I tt Iou Jin (Hhurrlf un ay ed families services.welcome.and those Visitors in the are arm-always -

Elder Robert Walker. pastor W. K. Smith, pastor Carter pastorAll tp 6
Rev. F. L. ,
Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor Alice S. Irving, reporter members are asked to

f I Willie Beard, reporter Circle this date on your cal- be present Friday at 8:00
There will be a Tea on the endar; Feb. 25, make plans to for Installation service.: Our Revival Time Attain I IThe

second Sunday in next month attend the Pre-Women's Day .,
baptism service which was
from 4:00: p.m. to6:00p.m.It Tea to be held at the church canceled previously will be on Church of God True have been brought about to include -
will be held at the church and from 4-6 Sister Mary
'" p.m. Sunday morning. Holiness, located at 9050 NW you, so then th invita-
R L lPyp is in behalf of Men's Day. We King will be our guest speaker. The Home Mission is spon- 20th Ave., Miami, administersa tion is extremely given by the
are asking for supportand Don't miss this wonderful
complete that
soring a Calendar Tea the program general overseer of the
cooperation. person. Various groups will be serves all the needs of the
fourth Sunday in March. The pre- Church of God True Holiness
r Brother Willie J. Beard, is on program. scribers. What do need? that
captains are Sister Katie Le- you covers the entire State of
superintendent of Sunday There will be a sale at the From inward oroutward?
t flore, Brother Sanders,Sister by Elder J. W. Wil-
School and co-captain and home of Brother Joe Cook
Speaking of God we would
Lolo Smith,and Sister JohnsonWe ,
Brother Yalter Anglin, is 1950 Service Road, Feb. 24 in appreciate your coopera- have t o conclude that the the son.The revival will be conducted -
president of the Baptist Train- behalf of Usher Board
No. is geared on help to hu-
tion in working with them to ory by Elder Harding from
Union and
ing captain. Two. make the tea a success. manity -- not what you donateas Kingston, Jamaica, to be-
Our Men's Day will begin on A 11 persons selling candy to the church but
a gift --
Let us continue to pray for gin with services Feb. 25, at
Thursday night before the for Women's asked to
Day are the boys in the armed forces, what can you receive today? 7:30 p.m. thru March 10, We
third in March and will
Sunday please turn the in as
..... money and for the sick and shut-ins. Is expected religious gui- are looking to see you -- that
conclude on the third
Sunday the has been
soon as candy
dance. What about the hungryman is our plealPictured!
ELDER ROBERT WALKER night. sold. and the naked the down-
above are the late
On Thursday night, Rev.P. Choir No. Two will be in ST. MARY'SSunday
Sunday School, 10:00: a.m. and trodden, the underpriviledg- Elder M. E. Richardson, ElderJ.
D. Brantley
congrega- of
class Sun-
charge auxiliary
Morning worship, 1100; a.m. tion of Mount Carmel M. B. day morning. Feb. 25, the Male ed, the homeless one . the W. Wilson and Elder Hard-

Bible class and prayer meet- Church is scheduled to kick- Baptism services will be Chorus will sing all day.Usher misused one. These services ing.

ing Wednesday, 7 p.m. off the program. held the fourth Sunday night. Board No. Two will serve in
We are asking all candidatesfor On minister the morning and Usher Board MT. ZION ANTIOCH BAPTIST
Friday night a
Sister Carrie Davis has
Rev. E. T.Graham pastor
baptism to be ready Sun- from No. One will serve at night.
Tallahassee, whose been admitted to Christian The Building Fund Task Rev. P. W. Wiggins, pastor
Feb. 25.
day morning
Testimonial the lla.m.
name will b& announced at a Hospital. Let us for the
Visitors wel- pray Force is serving "Chitterlig The pastor will preach at the
are always
later date will be the
speaker sick and shut-ins. Dinners Feb. 24 Bethlehem Baptist Church
come. 'Tbespeaker Usher Boards One and Two Saturday, ,
forSunday Elder H. Marvin Smith of their sincere grati- from 5 p.m.until", at Lady Mc- 420 NW 40th St.,at 8 p.m. Fri-

i .. morning will be Rev. W.E. Los Angeles, Calif.,will bring tude express to all who came; to enjoy Mahon's, 1065 NW 52nd St.You day, Feb. 23. All adult sing-

JORDAN GROVE, Sims, pastor NewHope Bap- the message Sunday morning. the especially those may come in and take out your ing groups and adult ushersare
tist Church. You are invited to worship withus. program, requested to render ser-
dinners. The invited..
Cook pastor public
Rev. Douglas who took a part in it.
Eddie Gilbert, reporter The speaker for the evening Both usher boards will raffle Donation 125. Proceedswill vice.
There will be board meeting service will be Rev J. W.Stephenson boost Mt. Zion's "Build
a rug on Monday, Feb. 26. The members and friends
for the Deacons and Dea- pastor of Antioch DRAKE MEMORIAL Donations are $1.00 for ticketssee ing' Fund." will gather at the home of Mr.

conesses Friday, at 6:30: p.m. Baptist Church. any member. Lillie Muse Doles, is chairman and Sam
Mrs. Walker
All are asked to be present at Anyone who would like to be Rev. Jarius W. Dunn, pastorWe Our sick and shut-ins 1820
NW 81 Street for
oldfashion -
said time. a patron in our Men's Day Sou- are proud of our Boy Ward No. Ten, is sponsoring an
remain the Let us not
The Willing Workers will venir Book, may do so by con Scouts and Cub Scouts. Thanksto a Fashion Preview of the fish fry,Satrday, Feb.24,
forget to visit phone or send
at 8
begin their 10th anniversaryon tacting either Brother JohnnyL. the parents who are helpingus them,a card to cheeI'.them..u.p.FRIENDSHIP 1968 Spring and Summer fash- p.m. The public is invited.

Friday, Feb. 22, at 8 p.m. Nixson or Willie J. Beardat to rainvoprboys, There'sa ions, at the Bonded Collection

with a musical program and anytime. Patrons are$1.00. Boy Scout meeting Friday, Building, 4150 NW 7th Avenue, Mrs. Athalie Range, will be

will conclude on Sunday after- Brother Perry White, gen at 6:00: p.m. The Cubs meet on Sunday, February 25, from 4 guest speaker at the second

noon at 3 with Rev. S. Atchi- eral chairman and Brother Saturday, at 4:00: p.m. The Rev. J. E.Jenkins,pastor to 6 p.m. Donations. The pub- annual banquet presented by

son delivering the anniversarysermon. Garfield Leland, co-chair- boys are planning a big carwash Ruby Carr, reporter lic is invited. the Everglades Hotel. Persons
Sunday we will observe bap- desirous of purchasing tickets
The general church, man. please remember to Arnald Brown, president
along with the public is askedto help them. tismal service. The pastor is ($6.00)) May call NE 5-6786or
The asking all candidates to be at GRACE PRESBYTERIAN OX 1-2845.
please be present. Sister men are working and
ALLEN CHAPEL toward the church at 7 a.m. Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastorWe
Ada Manuel is president. looking their day on the
The No. Two Choir will
Our pastor is conducting revival cordially invite to pre
There will be a tea Satur- fourth Sunday in March. The
sent its
Pre eSt. Patrick's
services at the attend our annual Men's
day night at the home of Rev. Rev. F. D. Wright,pastorL. chairman Brother Richardsonand Chatty Tea at the Centervilla Kindergarten
and Sister Cook, 2831 NW 190 Thompson, reporterThe co-chairman Brother Grove Baptist Church in Ojus service, this Sunday, at 11 -
Rev. Otis Sample, pastor from a.m. Our speaker will be father 5861 NW 17th Ave.,on
St. Phone is 6249712. The en- Tripp, are planning a
fourth of March 10, from 3;30 to 5:50
Feb- Theodore :
tire church is asked to be Sunday feast for March 17th. Monday through Friday night. Gibson, of
ruary marks our annual Men's Please visit and To some of our members in Christ Episcopal Church. Mr. p.m.
present. We also invite the pray for the
Day. Morning speaker for this their hour of Herschel Peterson
public to come and help make sick and shut-ins. bereavement : presidentof
this tea one of the greatest. occasion is Rev. Lester West. Pray to God and he will sustain the Men's Association, is

This tea is being sponsored by All members and friends are you in your loss, and to all of chairman of the Men's Day MT. CALVARY

our Deaconess Board. Sister asked to come out in full spirit PEACEFUL ZION our members who are ill we program. Rev. S. Atchison, pastor

Patterson is president. and help to celebrate this Preston wish for you a speedy recovery We thank the adult choir, Phyllis Beal, reporter
Rev. C. P. pastorL.
Everyone is asked to attend grand event. guest soloists, members and Much help is needed for the
The fourth Sunday of Feb- Washington reporterThe friends who to
helped make BTU. The aid of more adults
prayer meeting each Tuesday
night at 7:30 ruary also marks our li r s t Junior Choir is having a NEW HOPE last Sunday's service in music will be splendid. So please remember -
p.m. car wash Saturday at the
quarterly Conference of the Rev. W, E. Sims pastor one of the highlight occasionsof BTU at
Funeral services for Sis- church they are asking the every Sunday,
ter Smith will be held Satur- year. The pastor is asking all Loraine Fuller, reporterThe the year. Mrs.Ursula Higgs 5:30 p.m.
members and friends to
day at 230 p.m. reports be made and officially State Mission Form will is our adult choir director and Visit the sick and shut-ins.

Let us remember the sick signed prior to Sunday night. bring your car. be held Thursday, Feb. 22,all Mrs. louise Faniel presi- Prayer meeting every
Sunday night they are havinga
In a tin effect to raise day, Rev. C. J. Burney and
Thursday .
and destitute. Visitors are always pew Rally we are asking dent.We night.HOUSE
welcome toworshipwith funds for our Men's Day activities congregation will bring the also thank Mr.Clarence

us. a church sale will be everyone to cooperate. Let us closing services, at 7:00: p.m. Patterson, superintendent of OF GOD
continue to for the sick
held Saturday, Feb. 24,at 7:30 pray The Deaconesses are mak- the Dade County Waste Divis- The Youth Department is

p.m. at the home of Sister and shut-ins. ing plans for their anniversarywhich ion, for speaking last Sunday sponsoring a King and Queen

NEW PROVIDENCE Mattie Smith, 4650NW23Ave. will terminate Friday, evening to a group of personsin contest on behalf of our church

Parents, remember each PRINCE OF PEACE Feb. 23, everyone is invited, our community, who helpedto building fund. Their goal has

Rev. C. J. Curney,pastor Tuesday afternoon at 4 p.m. Rev. S. Atkinson will bring the make this one of the most been set at $1,000. The music

Arsula Edwards, reporterOur Sister White holds Junior Rev. R. Seays, pastor anniversary s e r m 0 n. Sister informative evenings i this will be furnished by various

regular prayer meetingis Church for the children of our Bernice Griffin, reporterOn Lillian Mack president. writer has experienced. choirs of the city, along with

held each Tuesday, at 7:30: community.The Remember our sick and This Monday evening, at 8 the Taylor Brothrs.

Consecration hour of prayer Laymen Organizationmet Sunday' at 8 a.m. baptism shut-ins Sister Osceola Jor- p.m., there will be a meeting Program will be held at Triumph -

is held each Sunday,at 5;00 Sunday afternoon to install will be held. dan Is in Victoria Hospital 930 for all adults who are inter- Church and Kingdom of

a.m. We are asking all mem- their officers. Officers for the On Wednesdayat8p.m. NW 4th St., Room 221. ested in helping to organize a God, at 200 p.m.Sunday, Feb.

bers and friends to attend. year are Minnie Hill, presi weekly prayer service after The pastor and deacons urge cub pack at Grace Church. We

Let us not forget our BTU dent; Albert Ancrum, vice prayer service there will be a, each member and everyone need both men and women to 25th.You are invited to come out

Sunday, at 5:30 p.m. president; Dover Stokes, benefit program given in behalf interested to attend our Bible work with boys of ages 8, 9, and help us on this day.

Continue in prayer for our secretary ; and Ida L. Bradley of church funds. class and prayer meetings and 10. Be with us, we need Sister Mary F. Williams,

sick shut-ins and those who treasurer. Let us remember our lesfortune :: Thursday evening 8:00p.m. you, and our neighborhoodswill youth director, Elder L. V.

are bereaved. Visitors are always Remember the sick and and our service men in I and Sunday School every Sun- be benefited by more scout Wilson, pastor and Sister JoAn

welcome. shut-ins. our prayers. day morning 9:30: a.m. troops. Sweat, director.7n .



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 23, W68 21
_... .
prince W. J. Roberts raster More Teachers Strikes
Rev. Sneed
'ound-tree Porter- The Crusader's invite you to F. E. pastor I
Phillip r attend their services at 2575 Joseph R. Marshall, reporter For '68
The pastor and membersare NW 65th St. Each Sunday at 11 Mrs. G. Natahan and Ste-
- -
to the redec-
inviting you a.m. You are also invited to attend wardess Board No. Three, Charles
teraction of the church start- New York -Call it a threat sue of Education News,the biweekly " president Cogen
a Tea at the would like to thank you for being -
home 300-walkout
of Mrs, agreed that the
.. But the news magazine for
ing Feb. 26 thru March 3. The or call it a warning.
Nellie present at their Valentine
Byars 832 NW is reasonable. He
75th St. administrators. estimate
of the National Edu- America's school -
address 6825 NW 68th Terr. 1 president
from 4 to Tea.
6 p.m. This tea is Oredicted crises this year--
America'slargest .
Sister Davis wish to thank cation Association,
being given for the benefit of Mrs. Martha Nicholson and and perhaps strikes--In New-
who attended the tea professional organi- to the
everyone the Acording magazine,
church and the newly organized February-ites would like has ark, Pittsburgh and San Francisco -
Sunday. ation of teachers, predicted Mr. BraulioAlonsooftheNEA
i Springfield Baptist to thank for support .
you your
there will be 300 teacher to
traced the teacher revolt
EVERGREEN Church. So please come and on the dinner sale and the night Education News is publishedby
strikes this year. The figureis "Substandard" classroom
help us out. of games and fun. Special about the 1967 total. Magazines for Industry,
Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Wil- conditions, "intolerable"working Inc. in cooperation with

Minnie Hunter, reporterThe ST. PAUL liam Burroughs Jr. for being And the president of the conditions and -insufficient "- C o w 1 e s Education Corporation -
Evergreen Church is Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor wonderful host and hostess. American Federation of school financing. These corporations are
located at 1701 Mary Amos, reporter The remarks were made In a
February-ites are having a Teachers, the militant teacher wholly owned subsidiaries of
NW 69th St., which is the Mt. The pastor is asking as night of games and fun at the union and NEA rival, does speech at Ithaca College, Cowles Communications, Inc.,

Aaron Church. Our pastor many members, officers and home of Mr. and Mrs. Willie not dispute the estimate. Ithaca, New York. publishers of Look, FamilyCircle
render services every second friends to come out and hear Nicholson, 1841 NW 51st St. and Venture-The
comment Mr.Alonso's .
Asked for on
and fourth Sunday of each Rev. John E.Gregory, Feb.25, We will be looking forward to The alarming predictionsare Traveler's World.
dire AFT
month. at 6:30 p.m. reported in the current is- prediction,
seeing you.
All men interested in sing-
On Friday night before the ing for Men's Day are asked to The Usher Board No. Three -
fourth Sunday, Feb. 23, the come out to rehearsal Thurs- will sponsor a Social for teen- tUqe Pall: of 3fmtljI"

Choir will sponsor a program, day, March 7, from 9-10 p.m. agers, at Bonded Collection ...
at 8 p.m. You are Invited to Our Installation Serviceshas Agency. March 11,at 8:00 p.m. . -- --- --- - -

come out and enjoy yourself been postponed until the 4150 NW 7th Avenue. Ola :131 3n.crtbtdin

Deacon. G. W. Smith, president third Sunday in March. We are To our sick and shut-Ins remember [[?\\b.((21U&) I th.eJiurrlaeting (".
asking all boards and clubs to .
that God will be your ( (WL 11
The Choir will also appearon hold their election as soon as
program at Corinth Churchthe possible, and give this information friend to the very end. @(il"1J{II C 11'' #fflrmor| '.

fourth Sunday, Feb. 25, at to the clerk. You are always welcome to of ,SEan ,.r

1450 NW 59th St., at 300pm.: Remember our budget bookis the friendly church. I e:'' and bU :IKrrprr. 1 '
: rc
The fourth Sunday night, theC still open until the second ,. "
Lord Cs will be on program Sunday in March their are stilla FIRST BAPTISTRev. ".I'd's ,.Irtvrst t ,- '

at our church. great many members who Davis
W. M. pastor GIolI'9'
haven't paid their budget so
Donella Turner reporterOn
Sister A. Gibson and SisterM.
would let's get on the ball, and pay Feb. 22, the church and .
Clayton, sponsors, .
by or on the 10th of March.
,pastor will worship at the New
like to thank everyone for Remember our sick and Bethel Baptist Church in Lib- INSCRIBED FOR ETERNITY AND IN FAITH TO THEIR PROMISE THAT
out last.
on Sunday
coming make the Youth Tea a Success. shut-ins, and say a special erty City for the Atlantic Coast THE "CHURCH BUILDS FOR YOUTH"

The guest speaker on this occasion prayer for their recovery. Association. All singing (Following ore listed the names of Churches and Pastors who are upto date
groups and ushers will com- in ,their pledges and payments to the FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE
was Sister Annie M.
Parish, and her.message was CHRISTIAN HILL bine for this service. Building Fund) .

very beneficial to the youth as ',..-" ---"c" : There will be Tea MT. CAR Eli BAPTIST CHURCH (Tallahassee), Rev. T. S. Loften
well as the adults. .'. a spon- CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH (Tallahassee), Rev. J. A. Clausell
sored the One Choir
by No. MACEDONIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Gainesville), Rev. S. M. Daniels .
Sister A.Butler would like Sunday, Feb. 26. We are looking CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami), Rev. O. 'Wil

all women to remain in church for our friends to come out PILGRIM LODGE BAPTIST CHURCH (Century), Rev. R. C. Young

after service Sunday night,for y and enjoy with us. MT. NEBO BAPTIST CHURCH (DeFuniak Springs) Rev. J. C. Woods

the purpose of organizing a March 6th Rev. J. W. Ste- MT. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. S. Atchison

Y.W.A. phenson and congregation will FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH (KeyLargo), Rev.R. Colvin

worship with us,in honor of the NEW BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. E. Williams ..
4 Young Matrons. GLENDALE BAPTIST CHURCH (Richmond Heights), Rev. J. Coats

MT. PLEASANT BAPTIST CHURCH (Goulds), Rev. A. H. Lockett
yye y On March 13th, Rev. C.J. ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH (Brownsville) Rev. J. W. Stepherson ..
Burney and congregation will GREATER TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH (Dania) Rev. J. L..Hardwick. ,
worship with 'us honor of the \*.' MACEDONIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. J. A. F. Finlayson '. '

Rev. M.. M. Williams will be Pastor Aid Club. NEW BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH (W. Palm Beach), Rev. D.N. Cc ,,'

the speaker, atSa int Paul FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. J. E. Jenkins
Church, 19th Avenue and 51st MT. TABOR BAPTIST MT. CARMEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Gainesville), Rev. T. A. Wright

Street, Sunday morning, Feb. Geoge Ingraham, reporter ST. MARY BAPTIST CHURCH (Bradenton) Rev. R. Hammond "

25, Rev. T. C. Kelly,Jr., pastor Th e youth anxiously await MT. SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. W. A. Rogers

The pastor and I invite all the arrival of their big day -- NEW REDEEM BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. E. I. Norman

to come praying. Youth Day, Feb. 25. On this BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Tallahassee) Rev. C. K. Steele '
This is the church I was day the youth will assume JOHN THE BAPTIST CHURCH (Pensacola) Rev. L. W. Goram

called to preach and Itrustthe many responsibilities usually EBENEZER BAPTIST CHURCH (Hallandale) Rev. O. W. Foster

entire membership will be delegated among the adults. ST. JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH (Ormond) Rev. J. T. Tanner
present, Including many: visitors ST. JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH (Belle Glade) Rev. J. B. Adams
-- ----- This year's youth day pro- DAYSPRING BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. C. A. Weaver :* ,,
REV. C.!!. SMITH gram has been designed not FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH (Clewiston) Rev. L. H. King ......

Rev. C. H. Smith and Dea- ZION HOPE only as a fund raising event, SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. J. C. Sams

con R. L. Taylor would like to Rev. P. Freeman, pastorE. but also as a dayof"ChrisUanFellowship" MT. CANAAN BAPTIST CHURCH (Pensacola) Rev. J. S. Young

thank everyone for working so Jackson, reporter among youth as SIXTH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH (Pensacola) Rev. R. L. Hill
hard and donating to the build- Baptismal service Sunday well as adults. The day's festivities NEW MT. MORIAH BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. A. L. Ship '

ing fund of our fine church. morning at 7:30: at the church., will be centered SPRINGHILL BAPTIST CHURCH (Galnsville) Rev. T. D. Davis .;'

Deacon Taylor states from his Reb. Harris from New Yorl c around the theme "Today'sYouth ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH (Liberty City) Rev. P. W. Wiggins

heart, "Lets continue to work was our guest minister. in a World of Con- TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. L. A. Thompson

together and the Lord will Happy birthday to our pas- fusion." The morning mes- MT. OLIVETTE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. I. C. Micklns
bless us. tor's wife and don't forget to i sage will be delivered by Rev. SWEETFIELD BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. P. J. Curry

We sincerely appreciate the have your driving license re- Nathan Streeter of St. Luke ST. LUKE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. P. W. Williams

visitors that worshipwith newed. We still have quite a Baptist Church. The guest FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH (Bunche Park) Rev. W. J. Macon
us and the membersthat few sick members so please i, choir for the morning will be FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHPine Grove-Ft. Lauderdale) Rev. C. V. Ford

we have obtained.many remember them in your pray the well known Mt. Calvary MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. E. T.GrahamMT.

Our prayers are extended to ers Baptist Teenage Choir. SINAI BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev: C. O. Albury
Go to church Sunday and NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Hollywood) Rev. H. W. Wright
the sick that they will recover At 3:30 on the same day, Mt.
soon. have you r faith Ufed.SLATER'S Tabor's Youth Choir will cele- GREATER NEW BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. W. K. SmithNEW

brate its Fifth Anniversary.Abright PROVIDENCE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. C. J. Burney
CHAPEL and interesting NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. W. E. Sims
NEW BETHEL AME Rev. H. M. Salmon, pastor gram has been planned for SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH (Homestead) Rev, K. L. McGrlff

Rev. L. Holmes,pastor Betty Morant, reporterWe enjoyment. Refresh- MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH.(Orlando) Rev. N. G. Staggers ..
Alice Adams, reporterOn are grateful to God for ments will be served and a PHILADELPHIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville).Rev. J. W. Johnson'
last Sunday accompanied the present of His spirit in the presentation made to the Youth ABYSCNIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. B. L. Wynn
morning service; at Hurst ST. MARK BAPTIST CHURCH Miami Wade
the pastor to Choir member selling the ( ) Rev. C.
Naranja at New Mt. Hermon Chapel on last Sunday. Congratulations -, greater amount of Youth Day NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Ft.. Lauderdale) Rev. G. W. Phillips

AME, Rev Hardy, pastor. to No. One i '68 Booster Tags. ZION HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. P. Freeman
The Annual Tea for Usher Usher's board and No.One and I I MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Vero Beach) Rev. J. W. Taylor ..

Board No. Two was heldat the Two Choirs for service well l Our 7:00 p.m. service will ZION HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. E. R. Simpson

home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel rendered In Perrine. terminate the day's excite- SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev A. B. Coleman
James, which was successful. We wish to thank the stafl ment. Featured on the pro- ST. MARTHA BAPTIST CHURCH (Oak Hill) Rev. E. L. Merrick

We're thanking Rev. A. J. of the Miami Times, for th
Richardson, Jr, from FloridaA service they are rendering the at Miami Jackson High will ELIZABETH BAPTIST CHURCH (Arcadia) Rev. C. S. Felder
& M University and other churches In this our fair city' Speak with regards to MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Bimini) Rev. J. R. Smith

friends for visiting with us. MayGod bless each of you. our the me, also the appearance BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH (Sarasota) Rev. A. H. Howell
Members of the Junior, of the Miami Jackson Vo- MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH (Ft. Pierce) Rev. Cliffen

Church will hold their regular, cal Ensemble under the direction OAK GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH (Geneva) Rev. JI. J. Clark
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE meeting Friday, at 5 p.m. The ST. PAUL BAPTIST CHURCH Badwln Baker
of Roscoe D. Speed one ( ) Rev. H,.L.
"Mind" is the subject of the i youth choir rehearsal Saturday of the most enlightening I MT. ZION PROGRESSIVE BAPTIST CHURCH (Lake Wales) Rev. J. D. Johnson

Bible lesson to be read in all l at 4:00 p.m. Let all mem-i groups in the county. NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (St. Petersburg) Rev. J. t. Fennell

Christian Science Churchesthis o bers member the general 1 Don't forget Women's Day, NEW SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. A. M. Griffin

Sunday. budget, also the spring rally March 24. The women In their SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH (St. Petersburg) Rev. E. D. Davis

Golden Text for the lessonis I March 10. efforts toward success are
list the State of Florida
May we continue to pray for The above covers
taken from Romans: "Now r selling dinners at the church
the God of patience and con- the sick and shut-ins, also the this Saturday. To place ,your FLORIDA/ MEMORIAL COLLEGE
solation grant you to be like- men Visitors in the armed are always services.wel orders, phone 691-8732. De- NW 156th St. & LeJeune Rd.)

minded one toward another according livery is guaranteed. -sy:
to Christ Jesus." come.

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22 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday,: February 23, 168FAMUSMITH

Carver ford foundation Gives $3 Million to

.\ Ranches Negro Colleges

New Yo r k.- The Ford tional Achievement Scholargramslay, business,foreign
News Foundation has announced an- ships for academically able studies, guidance, recruit-
students and for ira- ment, and similar activities-
By Walter Bewu other series actions--total- Negro ,
for of specific i proat. institutions.
Ing more than$3 million-- provement
strengthening of nredominant-
The South Broward Post No.
ly Negro colleges. )
8195 will have its
Included toTuskegee .
They ,
Fish Fry, Feb. 24, at the post Institute and '. ; ;
4816 Pembroke Rd. Come and ;<"J
$875,770 to Hampton Instituteto
enjoy yourselves.
assist their development
general -
Miss Benna L.Whyte 744 SW
over the next three
5th St. Dania left for Loyola
,. and half and
a years; grants
---- --
University Chicago; HI,for th eand
other fund allocations totaling
COLLEGE EXCHANGE STUDENTS- second semester. Miss WhyteIs
million toas-
Dr. and Mrs. George W. Gore Jr. of Florida A&M University a recent graduate Attucks sist other over $1.2 Ne- ;
predominantly j
flank exchange students from FAMU and Smith High School In Dania. She
to their
College, Northampton, Mass. Students will spend a weekon graduated with honors in the business gro colleges administration improve A

the respective campuses living in the dormitoriesand class o f 1967. Before going tices and broaden curricula prac- Mh

going through the regular activities as ordinary away she was employed as a and services.

students do from day-to-day. Students at the receptionat telephone operator by She Bell- "The Foundation's current E
Telephone Company was
Sunshine Manor (President Gore's home) are, kneeling also working for the Afro Insurance activities on behalf of pre-
Monroe (left) Leela Wood, and Darlene
; Kristen with her mother Mrs. dominantly Negro colleges are
Brown, all from Smith. FAMU students are Carolene Mary Sutton who has broken all proceeding along two lines,"

"Jones, Philadelphia, Pa.; Ruby Bradley, Jacksonville; kinds of records with the com- said James W. Armsey, Program
Helen Johnson, and Marsha tfms, both of Tallahassee. pany. Mis Whyte is now major- Officer in Charge of
Ing in nursing. Special Projects in Educationat .

Mrs. Eleanor V. Bowe celebrated the Foundation.
her birthday, at her "One is an effort to strengthen -

home, Feb. 18, 4444 S.W. 17th and develop a small number E Ii'it

"' .-. Street. otprtvatelysupported colleges -
The Charmettes Club will and universities on an

have their Friday night partyat over-all basis. Selection is k" t
the VFW Post No. 8195 this based on a carefull assess- i

,week Feb. 23, the public is in ment of the Institution's ad-
vited. David Merrit, is presi- ministration, academic program -
dent. and financial stability, North Dade Exchange Club
and of the long-range develop I

ment plans In each of these
1.1 wish it would rain The Temptations Award WinnersBetty
Culmer major and critical areas.
2. Dance to the music Sly & Family Stone
3. The dock of the bay Otis Redding "While total growth and development McQueen, daughter of in writing, reading and physical -
4. Stop Howard Tate Community NewsChurch of these Institutionsas Mr. and Mrs. Alfred McQueen education. Betty Is a mem-

5. In the midnight hour The Mirettes part of the higher education of 2290 NW 155th St. and Wil- ber of the Hospitality Club.Society
6. You Marvin Gaye Women Tour EOPI community is the main objective bert Stevenson, Jr.,son of Mr. of the Muse, NewspaperStaff

; 7. My baby must be a magician The Marvelletts Centers grants are made fora and Mrs. Wilbert Stevenson, and Opa-locka Youth

8. Don't have to say you love me The Four Sonics Preston Stewart and Eli series of quite specific pur Sr. of 15820 NW 18th Avenue, Group(community). She Is active
9. Funky way Calvin Arnold Powell, Counselors, servedas poses," Mr.Armsey said.The students at North Dade Junior in her church with the

10. Daddy's coming come Roy Lee Johnson Guides to a group of Methodist grants to Hampton and Tuske High School received the Boy youth movement and en joys
11. The Goat Freddy Scott & Kinfolk churchwomen on a tour of gee Institutes cover a variety and Girl of the Month Award playing the clarnet.
I 12. There is Dells the EO P I Neighborhood and of activities directed at institutional this past week from the Exchange Wllbert has received an

13. Walk away Renae Four Tops Day Care Centers and the Lib- advancement. Club of North Dade. award for his American Edu-

14. I thank you Sam & Dave erty City Housing Project. "The other line of advance The plaque they hold was pre- cation Week essay and the Junior -
15. ladies to involve consists sented at a luncheon last Tuesday High School Music Award.He .
Baby now that I found yo* The Foundations These are trying of efforts to help a
16. No sad song ,' Joe Simon the citizens in what we larger number of colleges with attended by the ExchangeClub Is a member of the Boy-
' 17. Got what you need Fantastic Johnny C are doing in the community- problems they tai in common members and school fac Girl ,Counselors, PAM'Club,

18. La La means I love you The Delfolcs volunteering their services. In certain vital areas of operation ulty. Jazz and Concert Bands and
19. Men Should be interested in becoming Junior Red Cross. He has
are getting scarce Joe TexGladys you -- such as faculty de-
20. The end of our road Knight & Pips a Volunteer Worker velopment, curriculum reform Miss McQueen has received served as superintendent of
21. The more I do for you Cliff Nobles contact Mrs. Betty Lou Bar- physical facilities plan- other awards, such as,trophy the Sunday School Junior Department

22. Good to me Irma Thomas bieri, Community Resources ning, libraries, student ser- for academic performance In his church and enJoys -
23. I wanna be your man Bobby Moore & Rhythm Director at 377-8601. vices, and administration .. and Junior High School awards model cars and music.

I' 24. Fve got to do it to it Toney Fox Aces Legal Services including trustees, presi-

25. You say The Esquires dents, academic deans, business -
26. Goose that laid the glden egg The Parliments The Legal Services Department managers, and develop
27. Country girl city man Billy VeraJudy Clay Is currently interested ment directors." -", Call
28. The time The Variations in protecting the citizens from

29. Your precious love Jackie Wilson dishonest merchants, such as Today's grants bring the L CHARLESROGERS
30. No love like your love Fantastic Four used car dealers, furniture Foundation's aid toNegro *
EXTRAS EXTRAS stores, and etc. that may be higher education to more than 'I1i

31. Jealous love Wilson Picket taking advantage them.If you $28 million since 1963.Included -
32. The boy in you Chuck Jackson know of anyone having prob- in earlier actions were ten-

33. Love dovey Otis and Carla lems, we would like to help year grants for faculty and ,.;r/ AT PL 1.7502
34. I think I'm falling in love Betty Swan them. Come in or call our legal staff development and student AlII
35. Would you believe William Hunt Services Department at 377- assistance at t h i r t e e n'pre- FOR A GOCP 3UY ON A

36. If you can wait The Miracles 0917. dominantly Negro colleges, PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT

37. Instant heartache The precisions Senior Citizens for establishment of the Na- STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
38. Sound off
Fred Briggs I I1 )\ .
39. Security Etta James The Senior Citizens monthly I

40. Since you've been gone Areatha Franklin meetingwasheldattheCen- Sepia Features
PICK HIT PICK HIT ter Wednesday, Feb. 14. The
Un wind yourself Marva Whitney president, Mrs.Laura Murphy
LOCAL TALENT LOCAL TALENT presided' over the meeting. Adam Powell

Do right man Little Beaver Thirty-two of our citizens

Got a thing for you baby Mr. Percolator attended. There was a brief Former
Baby Angle Eddie Walker discussion on the benefits of Cogressman Adam
Soul party Clarence Reed Medicare and Social Security Clayton' Powell is down,but not ,
Mr. Lucky Betty Right by a s tat f personnel.Senior 'out! He comes back with anew I
.. I Run run roadrunner Little jerry Williams Citizens interested in Joining 'twist and Is hitting 'whitey'
WINNER this group, please letyour where it hurts the most--in the
Neighborhood Worker know or I J pocket-bookl Sepia magazine ]
come to the Center at 470 NW I'presents this and other Interesting -
Diane Cuff -- I
1,3,7,2,5,4,6,13,14,16 11th I( stories in '
Street and Join at once. the March issue 1
NW 49th St.
The next meeting is scheduled :! suchas"HeDrankHumanBlood I
for March 13, at the Center.I] to Cure Leprosy." I
Increase In Basic Education
830,1030,1230: 2:30, 4:30: and 830. In an enlightened age when I

rr-rr.-.rr--..rrrrrrrrr-rr ParticipationSince most people thought supersUI I

Super Soul Coupon No.16e tion was dead, comes a story j
the recent article on of a man who killed a boy (by e e
Basic Education that appeared ''chopping his head off) and 1 lWE

following are my selections for Su r Soul!Top Ten In this,column, there has been I'drank his blood to cure theoldman's

an increase in attendance. leprosy, as he had been
1 2 3 4 5 The led to believe it would.In .
6 7 8 9 10 Basic Education pro- ELL HAPPINESS

gram w Ill, help you towards' another Interesting story
helping yourself In the future. you will come across the pro-, AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAYAt
You may telephone our officeat vocative question "Was tho troitroodi of North-South
f 377-0525 and leave your Christ Black "
? You
Name? home address so that one of be given the Bible scriptures will also : CORNER N.W. 54th ST & N.W, 3rd AYE

the Neighborhood Workersmay to answer this Phone 7S 1.7502
Address visit you or come Into the will also cherish letters and Or 2010 Biscayne Blvd. FR 1.0401BrowardJA 2.5131

Center and register for the :pictures of "Our Men in Viet uu OIUVIRY ANYWHERE IN U.S.A.
Phone Basic Education Classes. ;Nam." IN FT.LAUDERDALE 1103: E.LAS O1AS ILVD.JA SON

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 23, 1968 23

!L Y v i ', Amelia Lucas Wins North-South
d,1 I

__ Women's Championship-

Amelia Lucas captured the play. longest tee shot in the long-
Women's ChampionshipDivision In a putting contest sponsored ball contest.
of thelSth Annual MI- by the American Tobacco, Mrs. Winifred Stanford,
E ami North-South Golf Tournament Company, Mrs. Lucas placed also of Washington,won a sud-
at the City of Miami\Golf, first. She also won low meda- den-death playoff for second
_Course, Miami Springs, Feb. list trophy for her low,score place In the Women's first
17. of 90 and a trophy for the Flight.;

Mrs. Lucas, of Washington, . .
__ D. C., finished the 54-hole M, .... Ir::. : :.::
tournament with a total score .'t
r rsFM roI .' t ,
: of 99-90-98--287. She placed ::;; pig .:. ? ,
I second to Renee Powell of East ,:
_4 IA Canton, Ohio, in last years' v'

d 5 It '
: Free Drafting ;

Class OfferedA fi w
mechanical drafting
course will be given by the
Manpower Developmentand
Training Act.Classes will
be taught for 37 weeks begin-
..,. ,.. ,
-- -- -- -"'- ning today.A .
Leading contenders for the Championship of the 15th Annual Miami NorthSouthGolf weekly allowance will be
Tournament at the City of Miami Golf Course, Miami Springs, Feb. 1317. Leftto paid so trainees will earn ..
right:Margaret Brown, Miami; Martha Livingston, Indianapolis, Ind.; Amelia Lucas ; while they learn. !
Washington, D. C., and Verda Michaux of Sharonhille, Pa and Richard; Gardner, Persons interested mayap- ;
seated, was tournament director. Mrs. Lucas 999098.287 total won her the champion ply at the Florida State Em- .
ship, and Margaret Brown placed second. Reola Freeman (not pictured) of St. Louis, ployment Service Commercialoffice ,
Mo was third place winner. Miami-Metro News Bureau Photo. 14 NE 1st Avenue.

I Slum Businesses That Cheat Cause RiotsBy 4 Ir ". K' I !\I

JOHN A. DIAZ clam merchants who cheat the practices by Negroes. mission on Civil Disorders,of :

President Johnson's Com poor in the ghettos were part- Earl Johnson, Jr.,one of the which Governor Otto Kerner of ,...-..;...", .. .' ..........- _.....-; "'- "" 'I-:{ -,
mission on Riot Study has ly responsible for the riots officials in the LegalServices Illinois is the chairman,"will
heard testimony that what that rocked many slum areasin Program of the Office of Eco- be uncomfortable for the peo- Rudolph Herald, well known Clevelander, cardedhis
played major parts in race different parts of the coun- nomic Opportunity, said, ple of the united States," firsthole/ -in-one during the 15th annual Miami North-
riots are businesses Inthe try, some months. "Rioting is lawlessness and said Kerner.In South Golf Tournament at the City of Miami Golf Course,
slums where Negro purchasers The reports showed that in cannot be tolorated or condoned. Miami Springs, on opening day of the tournament.
are cheated. Watts, and in Newark, the No one can dispute that,but the seven months since Herald went on to win the second place in the
These chages were madein stores that were damaged and we also must remember that their appointments by Presi- Fourth Flight with a 91-86-87-264, after using a four
closed sessions and released in which there were more of unconscionable sales con- dent Johnson, members of this wood on the 203 yard, par-three, 17th hole for his ace.
last Saturday.It the looting where those that tracts, usurious interest rates commission have walked the Herald is the son-in-law of AME Bishop and Mrs. W. F.
was r orted that film had been criticized of sharp and a host of other abuses streets of riot-scarred neigh- Ball of Miami. Other winners from Cleveland were Willie
which are common practicesin borhoods and talked with slum Holley for second place in the first flight and Joseph
I the ghetto also represent residents, governors, may- Lowe, third place in the third flight.
lawlessness." ors, police chiefs, generals,
social workers, employment d_ l "':"1
Continued Mr. Johnson, experts,and Negro leaders of
"We cannot be too surprisedthat all persuasions, from old time
lawlessness breeds law- moderates to the advocates of'
lessness. The subtle,'sophis- "Black Power."
ticated lawlessness of slum M t. F Y
pC Mrd merchants breeds the violent It is said that some of the .
lawlessness of their victims.We testimony received by the 1.
must assist in removing commission is sosensltive i hs
the explosive power that has that it will be locked up in the
been accumulating in the National Archives for an w
F ghettos for decades. We can- undisclosed period. A ae
not rely merely on catchingthe '
sparks" /

In regard to the riot in Adam Strikes
Watts, Los Angeles, Professor -
David Capovitz of Colum- Back! k4 Z
bia University, who has con-
but out ex-
ducted studies of low income Down not ,
market practices, told the congressman Powell
w Commission that it was found comes back with a
+ that "the looting and burning new twist : He's
t seemed to be very selective hitting 'whitey' whereit
with the stores selling shoddy hurts mostin. the
merchandise atexorbitant pocketbook
prices at so-called easy credit
terms being the chief targetsof Vampire Still
the rioters."
Said Caplovitz, "I am con-
Studying "lines"/ is a favorite pastime of many. vinced that resentment against Man kills a little Miss Evalina Turner of New York, entered the
whether playing golf or watching girls. Lovely Robin consumer exploitation is one boy and drinks his third flight of the Miami North-South Golf Tournamentat
Whatley is setting her sights on greeting diamond stars of the many grievances of the blood to cure leprosy! the City of Miami Golf Course, Miami Springs, Feb.
arriving In Miami to compete in the 28th annual National Negro ghetto community that 73-77. Miss Turner has been playing golf for two years,
Baseball Players' Golf Championship Feb. 22-25 at the finds expression in the riots." Read about both of and this was her first tournament.
City of Miami Golf Course in Miami Springs. The publicis The report that will come these stories and In an interview with Mayme Bondu, City of Miami
invited. Admission and parking are free Miami- from this President's Com- more in the March public relations agent, Miss Turner said, "a person'
Metro News Bureau photo. should not let a handicap keep them from doing the
SEPIA things they like to do. They should adjust to the situa-
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FAMU 'Track Team PromIsesExcftiNg

Spearing with.........
,..- '::t- Season I

,, .
.. Tallahassee. Four of thefastest Jor Haze 1 ton and Nathaniel
... "" track men to ever run James of Bartow. Four ,sen-
3 -err for Florida A&M Universityhave iors who will have one more
i f+ ff } set goals that will make chance to make history for the,
this track season the most Rattle track team. Last year,
BY HARRY SPEAR dramatic.A they set a Penn relay recordIn
touch of suspense and the 440 with a 40.6 mark.

BASEBALL PLAYERS IN GOLF TOURNAMENT k : plenty of drama surrounds the The drama entered the picture -
: upcoming track season for the when Hazelton turned
Boston Red Sox first baseman Ken Harrelson will attemptto Florida A&M Univserity Rat- down a possible $1000 to playIn
regain his title in the 28th annual National Baseball Play- tlers. Not since the days of Bob the senior bowl because it
ers' Golf Championship, Feb. 22-25, at the City of Miami Golf !M'. Hayes has the Rattlers track would ruin his amateur stand-
Course at Miami Springs. been the center of ath-
squad and him from
_. ., _,_ __ ... ,_ ing prevent run-
of baseball's best n
Harrelson one golfers won the tourna- "'-
letic interest on the FAMU ning track. During the annual
ment in 1965 and 66. He finished fourth in last year's competition -' FAMU'S FAMOUS 440 AND 880 RELAY TEAM campus. drafy by the National and

which was won by Angels pitcher Sam Ellis. The Florida A&M University 400 and 880 relay team The blame or credit pointsto American Football Lea-

"You tell Sam that I want my championshipback," Harrelson pose during a practice session. (I I'f) James Ashcroft, four determined young men gues, Hazelton and James
said by phone from his home in Savannah, Ga. Ellis already Eugene Milton, Major/ Hazelton, and Nathaniel James. who are out to capture the were drafted by the Chicago
has entered this year's tourney, sponsored by the Cityof The four se,nors also played on the Rattler footballteam "J a m 9 s C. Patterson Chal- Bears and the Cleveland
Miami. for four lenge Cup" at the University Browns respectively, Both
In last season's baseball wars Harrelson saw action with years. Penn Relays on April 26 & 27. have refused to sign until after
the Kansas cityi Athletics,Washington Senators and finally wit The Rattlers won the Penn 440 track season.
the American League champion Boston Red Sox. During the r Hawks and 880 relays in 1966 and the
campaign he hit 12 homers and had 53 RBPs in 110 games. Liberty City 440 in 1967. Another 440 vic- Then the Miami Dolphins attempted -

Harrelson will be joined in the golf tournament by another tory this season and they can to sign Milton as a ..'
member of the Red Sox roster,slugging outfielder Tony Coni- Lose First GameBy retire the Patterson Cup in the free agent, and he also said no I

gliaro. FAMU Trophy case. dice until after track season.
Other major league entires include White Sox pitcher ARNOLD A. DAVIS The suspense was createdby So while the contracts are left

Tommy John, outfielder Mike Hershberger of the Athletics, Epicure Market of Miami Beach defeated the Liberty City the members of the 440 and at the ready, the Rattler relay
Houston Astros outfielder Jackie Brandt, first baseman Donn Hawks 100-96, and caused a threeway tie for first place in the 880 relay teams. They include team have goals on their mind
Clendenon and second sacker Bill Mazeroski the Pittsburgh adult basketball league at Booker Washington Gym, it was the Jim Ashcroft of N.Y., N.Y., and miles to run before they
pirates and Cincinnati second baseman Tommy Helms. first defeat for the Hawks. Eugene Milton of Ocala, Mi- sign.
Admission and parking at the course, 698 Curtiss Parkway, Epicure Market led by Julius Cohen and Stan Katz jumpedout
Miami Springs, is free to the public. The colorful event is a to an early six point lead and held a ten point advatage at
field day for baseball and golf fans as the players mingle free- half time. After intermission the Hawks began to find their Pros Sign 7 Morgan Players I
ly with their galleries, signing autographs and posing for pic- old form behind the shooting of Albert Stirrup, Jack Swilleyand

tures. There are fifty or more ballplayers entered. Bobby Reed. They managed to cut the lead down to two Baltimore, Md. Seven Pa.
points with a minute left,but a series technical fouls againstthe
GOLDEN GOLVES ARE WORTH YOU WHILENext Morgan State College Players There are Carlton Dabney,
first half.
Hawks killed their hopes for an undefeated
have School Rich-
now signed professional Armstrong High ,
Tuesday and Wednesday, Feb. 27-28, Chris Dundee Albert Stirrup with 35 points, Jack Swilley 25 points, and football contracts, totaling mond, Va. to Atlanta Falcons;
will run the first Golden Gloves open tournament in Florida.He Bobby Reed were top scorers for the Hawks while Alvin, nearly '$280,000Five Daryl Johnson, Maggie Walker
will try andsee the making of a Florida champion who will Stevenson was the top rebounder for the winners Stu Marcus High School, Richmond, Va.
represent Florida in the national tournaments. I don't care 25 points, Katz with 22 points, and Cohen added 20 points were picked in the To Boston Patriots; Alvin
where you go to see any other sport you can't beat the Golden The two teams meet again Friday night, with the winner recent draft and two signed Mitchell, Simon Gratz High
Gloves. Madison Square Garden sold out everytime they ran, playing the Dirty Dozen for the first half championship.In with The New York Giantsas School, Philadelphia, pa. To
therefore I look forward to Chris having a sell out. Some of other games, the Dirty Dozen with Edward 'G' Byrd hit Free Agents. Cleveland Browns.

the names who became champs and contenders were heavy- ting a record high of 55 points easily defeated the Go Goer's The two: new Giants are Also Little AllAmerican

weights, Joe Louis, Ezzard Charles, C as si us Clay. Other 10967. Samuel Simon added 21 points for the losers 'The, Gerald Boyd, 6-2, 195poundend Jeffrey Queen, Roosevelt High
heavies who are in the limelight are Jimmy Ellis, Jerry Knights' with Clifford Eaford and Eddie Mitchell ripping the from Douglas High School School, Eastern High School,
Quarry, who are to fight for the championship. Other former cords for 22 points each, beat the Raiders' 90-88, with Willi Baltimore and Thomas Dean, Washington, D.C. Cincin-
champs were Barney Ross and Joey Maxim. Others who are Chester making the layup with three seconds left,while Ernes! 5-11, 325-pound guard from
still trying hard like Leotis Martin, Ernie Terrell and Jefferson Griffin tossed in 22 points for a losing cause. FD. Roosevelt high Schoolin nati.The Morgan football team

I Davis. These names all made good in the Golden Gloves. Dallas, Tex Richmond, Va., has the longest winning collegiate
Semi-finals will be Tuesday prices general admission $1.50 HALF STANDING
THE FIRST two from Washington, D.C. streak-26 games in the
reserved, $2.00, ringside $3.00. For reservations call Chris TEAM t "' WON LOST ,. And one from Philadelphia. nation.
Dundee 538-4304, JE 1-0437: Miami Beach auditorium. For Lib-City Hawk 8 1 '. ,
excitement let's all turn out to see these youngsters in action. Epicure Market 8 1
8 1'R.C ,Canadian Golfer Captures
Dirty :
Ringers 6 t 3' + .
Dave Bing of the Detroit Pistons, Wilt Chamberlain of the Knights' .5 , 4' ", / North-South Tournament
Philadelphia 76ers, Oscar Robertson of the Cincinnati Royalsand Celtics 3 : 6 :
Charles Jefferson of
Doran Doucet captured the ,
Len Wilkens of the St. Louis Hawks dominate individual Raiders '2 7 ': "' ".'
' Championship Flight of the Chicago was fourth with a 238
; ,
play in the National Basketball Association at the threequarter Rattlers 2 r 7 ,
15th annual North-South Golf and Tom Kaylor of Hollywood
," ,
mark of the 8 .
schedule. 1i; ; "
Go Goer's :
Tournament played at the City Hills, finished in the fifth spot
Detroit's super-soph continues to lead the scorers with 1,642 Miami Beach 0 9 ,
of Miami CountryClub Miami with a 239.
points and a 27.8 per game average. Bing,also is 5th in assists -
Springs, Feb. 13-17 Two of the 254 entrants
with 373 feeds and a 6.3 game average. TOP TEN SC ORER'" \
... Doucet, of Windsor Mills, highlighted the tournament
Chamberlain continues to lead in the field goal percentage
'" Canada, finished the 54-hole with holes- in one. Rudolph
column with a .576 and in the rebound department with a 23,8 NAME TEAM AVERAGE
\ .... tournament with a total score Herald of Cleveland, Ohio
and has moved to sec-
with 1,429 retrieves, I .
per game average
,.' of 727578225. In the two carded his on the 203-yard,
ond place in assists with 466 for a 7.8 per game average. At Edward Byrd D. Dozen ; 28,6
he had finished 17th hole with
previous par-three a
years ,
will hit the 500 24.1
this rates Chamberlain Hawks
present playmaking Albert Stirrup
second in this tournament. four wood, and Jack Dukes of
mark in the assist department sometime next week,becomingthe William Snell Ringers ;,. 22.9
The 1966 tournament Boston, Mass used a four ironon
first big man in the NBA to accomplish this feat two yearsin Samuel Simon Go Goer's 21.2
21.2 champion Harvey Breaux, of the 138-yard, par-l three,
a row. Don Green Epicure Miami finished behind seventh
Doucet hole.
with .873 ,
The "Big 0" is top man among the foul shooters steve Mlzak Epicure 21.0
--carding 767576227. Mrs. Amelia Lucas of
third in scoring with 1,405 points and the best per Hawks 18.8
high Reed
hitting at Henry Setlakwe of Thetford Washington, D. C.won the Wo-
29.9 6th in field goal percentages Mitchell Knights 18.7
game average, Eddie
Mines Canada shot a 77-78- men's Championship with a
with 446 feed for a 9.1 per 17.8
.498 and third in the assists race Alvin tevenson Hawks
82--237 to finish third. 99-90-98-287.
game average. Leroy Gaiter D' Dozen 15.0
Wilkens, with wn assists-_.-.-and-an 8.1. .oereame- average. leads
the playmakers and is 9th in scoring with 1,299 tallies.

Craig Curry has been selected as the fist Negro to play in
the annual 1 North-South High School game next August in 5
Gainesville. The popular Gables quarterback still undecided -

about where to enroll in college after trips to Minnesotaand
Colorado. Miami's Hurricanes are still in Curry's picture. .


on the Orioles next week. You
Will have a complete story
are welcome to watch them train, free of charge and free
parking at the Miami Stadium.Here is the schedule of games.

Sunday, March 10, New York Yankees; Tuesday, March 12,
Oakland Athletics; Wednesday, March 13, Atlanta Braves; Friday

March 15, Los Angeles Dodgers;Saturday, March 16, Los
Angeles; Dodgers; Sunday, March 17,Cincinnati Reds; Friday,
March 22, New York Yankees; Saturday, March 23, Detroit
Tigers; Sunday, March 24, New York Mets; Monday, March 25,
Chicago White Sox; Thursday, March 28, WashtngtonSenators;; c $ ,
Friday, March 29, Boston Red Sox;Saturday, March 30, Pittsburgh 1 r
Wednesday .L ,.
Pirates, Sunday, March 31, Pittsburgh Pirates; -
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KEY WEST bara"Williams, a Coral Gables the., .?967 ,Florida A&M University football team who received trophies for outstanding
BAPTISTE LEADS CURLEYOVER High School senior, of theRun achievements in 1967 pose with head coach A. S. Gaither during, the annual

1 6-8 Center from Curley,left no doubt that he For Fun: Track Club' sef a national FAMU football banquet. (1 I I.r) Horace Lovette of Suvannah Ga., offensive lineman of .r

was Cyril the Baptiste key factor, that allowed the Knights to top Key West, AAU record "when she the year; ,Hubert Ginn of Savannah, Ga., offensive back -of the year; /
53-51, Saturday for the Greater MiamiAthleticConferencetitle leaped 19 feet in the running Bartow, sprtsmanship award; Coach Jake Gaither; Major Hazelton of Bartow, playerof

He made 26 points and hauled 18 rebounds as Curley won b r pa d, jump Saturday in'the the year and back of the year; Harry Passmore Homestead, rookie. of.the year
before the largest prep Crowd in Dade histor +.Key West boosters girls' and women's track meetat and Tony Ash of Tallahassee received the snake pit award.' : '. : :

r brought 17 buses here for the games. Coral.. Gables High School.


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Ii 26 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, February 23, 1968 ftJ.. I ...... -....

. A Rey Rrnwn ArrAcfoff Ann in. $100,000 Bail Demanded

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Continuing his law defiance The specific Judge immediately. pearance in New Orleans.
escapades, H. Rap Brown, the time Is for the head of the Non In New York, Federal authorities Adding to Rap Brown'stroubles in
;' militant "Black Power" advocate Angeles last Coordinating Commit said the New Orleans a Federal
bail Richmond, Va., which has also ,, ...,... .
got himself arrested other Black ( ), also had his$35- judge asked that Brown's
while in be canceled and that he be extradited allowed Brown to remain freeon 4f.Jti '
again Tuesday, New Stokely' by a Federal ( ,
York, on a federal charge of he was under a in New Or leans on a fed to that city immediately $15,000bail pending the ;j ( I....t..
violating a court order not to order not to ms charge and was or that new bail of outcome of extradition pro- \ ,: ;'.t I",
leave New York City. York City area to appear before the $100,000 be set for a later ap- ceedings, ordered Brown to f.
put up $100,000 bail by Fridayor "
go to jail ;; .l '

The 23-year-old ultra- ,, \ ,'
militant civil rights fighter is "1),".r '. ,>.i r' !
King Realty Inc. of .'j : !
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DADE"King Size COUNTY Buys"REALTORS 8000 where he is under indictmenton Rudolph Sawyer, son of
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Gorgeous 2 bedroom stove, refrig., CBS in newarea in Opa.locka. Near school, p.m. NW 3rd Avenue between Whereas, the Negro press
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We specialize in homes for persons 3 b.drooms. large enclosed front porch, din. ings, fence. $500 down. $89 mo. pays all. r I

placed in Urban Renewal areaMiami room, garage Near Shadowlawn Elementary .
Projects, Veterans Call to see if you at 47th Terrace near NW 1st. Ave. ,Price, Is '; ';-r' 'SPECIALA : .
r'' You're only a phone call away ) with $600 down. 1! i r r 1 fir'' v'
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((4)) A :3 bedrq bath CBS plus

f DUPLEX BELOW FHA VALUATION a.1 bedroom ,CBS on lots next to

like new at 55th St. near 1st Ave. Fla each other. Real beauties. $3,000

rTIff5N tile roof, built-in kitchens, formica cabinets, down and owner carries entire

new stoves, refrigerators, air conditioners balance.!
(Broker) heatcarports.Will sell below FHA $23,000
seller will pay all your closing costs tooll!
693-4772 Aln wer- FORD REALTYINC. Broker

3639 NW 15th Ave. 6354595

bargain tile roof and porches
usle windows, stove, refrigerator, air cond., Best Buys in Town
2 BDRM, I BATH, vynl firs, Ige corner, $ water as well as pump and well for sprinklers.
$350 down, $65.11 mo. buy at $11,000 with $350 down and $68.31

2 BDRM, I BATH, elegant, spacious and ,
dining room, utility room, carport, workshop.
$400 down $89.82
$13,000, mo. L 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH CORNER Sprinklers. Bar-B-Q. Large lot. All fenced. $450

jalousie windows, very modern kitchen, down. $14,900 FHA total.
3 BDRM, I BATH, lovely pool home.
ler condi-
system, stove refrigerator, air
roof, oak firs, landscaped, sprinklers, $
$600 down $101.99 gas Bargain at $13,500, Diningroom
$83.71 FHA. Seller pays all closing costs. utility room, garage, fenced. $1,500 down,
$10,500 total. Qualify for bank loan.
3 BDRM, 2 BATH, Ranch style beauty, .
firs, large Fla room,' cpt, stove, refrig. -- WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES -
machine. $15,600 $600 down $96.21 BEAUTYon
CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR large lot. Awning windows. Bar*B*Q pit. City
$100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING sewers. $1,500 down. $11,500 total. No qualify
3 BDRM, 2 BATH, executive type home. $ DISPLACED ,
$900 down, $119.31 mo. I;:, "." '..n, \, ,t' \. ,AND IF YOU CAN. QUALIFY' . ing.


2 BDRMS, 2 BATHS each side. Live TO BETTER'SERVE YOU Large enclosed porch, dining room, utility room.
$17,500, $700 down, $107.76 mo. BRANCH OFFICE IN OPA-LOCKA AT Carport, new roof, city sewers. Only $7,500 cashor
16000 NW 27th AVENUEIn terms.
NO QUALIFYINGTWO ( 27th Ave. Shopping Center)

2 BDRM, I BATH HOMES, vynl ( 624.3666 Open 7 Daysl! CBS DUPLEX BEAUTY. 2 BEDROOM EACH

lot, live rent free or use as money _. .. .. SIDE. Large modern formica kitchen. Built-in
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mo. income. $13,500, $1500 down, $115 '' ..: ,oO 'ht1 oven and range. Refrigerator, carport and park.
'" ing for" cars. Large utility room. Private entrance -

3 BDRM, I BATH CBS, Pretty as a :; REALTY to 1 bedroom each side. Hurricane awnings,

$12,500, $1200 down, $100 mo. pays all. : "" fenced. $19,000 total. Open for offers. No qualify.

* * * * * * * * : ;: BROKER /':Na I! ing.

Tone in WMBM 1490 KC on your dial. ;, 4932 NW" 7th Ave.4371 ,,.:',', ::,{t. $100 DOWN FOR VETS AND DISPLACED PERSONS
,best buys and home information from Jon : .PL' *., 'j""J," '/ .
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Open Sunday 3-6 p. 1220NW keeper to live in (Ft.
ADS 88th St. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS Lauderdale) work not hard,no TRAILCHEVRO

FHA or conventional,carport, children. Call 754-5401, for

15 WORDS OR LESS I-50.. 5C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. built-in range and over, car- interview. (Feb. 23)
DEADLINE FOR port. In best area. Our sales: -
CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON men will be ou premises. Barber wanted. Beck's Barber

Fenster Realty, Broker, ,759- Shop. 6612 NW 18th Avenue.
Male dragline operator. Must S.W. 8 St. & 25 Ave.
87th ST. NO QUALIFYING hard to believe but its true 2440 NW 86th STREET
be very good. 872-5017 or 289-
2 bedroom CBS Florida room, that this 2 bedroom home with Kitchen pantry, stove, refrigerator FOR RENT 2851
or 355-8042.
carport, stove and refrigerator wall to wall carpet in every separate dining room, 4845 NW 16th AVENUE

$1,000 .down and $103 room, even the bath is only large living room, hardwood Large 2 bedroom unfurnished wanted call
month pays all. Arthur Tubin, $12,500.00. Don't miss itt! Only floor, air-conditioner, nutty home $25 weekly. Immediate Beauty 751-7449 operators

Realtor, 7906 NW 7th Ave. Ph. $100.00 down to Veteran, call pine with den with closet desk, occupancy. Call Mr. Gross. or 691-9392.

691-4785. Aetna Realty (Broker), 757- book shelf. Use as third bed 444-6126, evenings 448-2824.
5724, open every day. room, 2 bedroom, divided tile
bath air-conditioner in bed- WANTED: 2 bedroom house or EXTRACLEAN
1805 76th TERRACE
1/2 NW apartment for of three
Modern 2 bedroom CBS tile SPECIAL NOTE: At 8720 NW room, optional. Fenced large 1 ,
1/2 separate cottage
small children. Phone 864-
roof, hard wood floors, gar- 14th Avenue there is a 2 bed- cone ret drive, sprinklers, single only. Unfurnished. Im- no 8687 ask Williams.MISCELLANEOUS CARS
Dorothy .
age FHA $450 downand$93.01month. room home for $13,000. FHA shade trees, shrubbery. Price mediate occupancy. $17 week All CARS SOLD WITH

Arthur Tubin,Realtor, $80.82 monthly after down- $17,300. $3,750 down, $115 ly. Call Mr. Gross, 444-6126, WRITTEN WARRANTY
7906 NW 7th Ave. Phone 691- payment $400.00.. No closing pays all by owner.BEAUTIFUL 4482824.
evenings COM TO WHIM THE
4785. costs, lots of features.See itl! TV SERVICE

Call Aetna Realty (Broker), CORNER Lovely efficiency for 1 or 2 City wide 24 hour service ACTIONREALLY
3 757-5724 have the Drive by 1250 NW 90th Street
BEDROOM 2 BATH we key. adults. Good location $20 Charge it, 634-6714. CastleTV.
FHA price $16,000 with $600 Open every day. Lovely 3 bedroom 2 bath home week. NE 5-5566. .

down and $98.78 month, Fla. garage, Florida porch. This IS

room. Spacious kitchen,stove 8901 NW 10th Avenue is your home has everything. $20,000 Nice clean, one bedroom, REMODELING
and refrigerator. Seller pays dream come trueatonly$15500 ,- FHA terms $1,000 down callA. furnished apartment. Nice Room additions remodeling

all closing costs.Arthur Tubin FHA with no closing costs. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 759- clean place. Call FR 1-9797 or alterations commercial

Realtor. 7906 NW 7th Ave. Ph. This corner beauty is one to 2425 or 751-2243. office 612 NE 4-1886 ask for Kelly. Industrial residential. Free '66 CHEM. s d orHardtop.

691-4785. see. Call Aetna Realty (Broker NW 60 St. Open Sunday after- estimates. Allied Builders Y 8, auto.,

), 757-5724, open every day. noon. Room single or couple. 696- 4463288. power steering, radio,

83rd ST. NO QUALIFYING 3273. 1773 NW 51st Terrace. heater, FAC 1995
Large 2 bedroom CBS Florida A Bargain! FHA value$21,000 PRIVACYBe Letter, writer, bookkeeper TORY AIR ..

room, air-conditioned, $1,000 Owner anxious will sell for to your self in this largeone Nice rooms Some with private floor waxing carpet cleaning.

down and move right in.Arthur $20,500.00 FHA, downpaymentonly bedroom CBS home, has entrance and private bath.Al- Ada's ;:Service 751-0551 or

Tubin, Realtor. 7906 NW 7th $1,100.00 for this 3 bed- everything. Go see for your so large front room. Call in 751-5771. '

Ave. Ph. 6914785.9th room, 2 bath, Florida room, self it is lovely, only$400 FHA person. 4758 NW 21st Ave. 65 IMPALA
carport. Located at 1310 NW terms, call me A. Ben-Kori, After 7 p.m. weekday and all Free washing machine for 4 door Hardtop. Y 8,

AVENUE FHA 88th Streetpayments of Realtor, 759-2425 or 751-2243 day Saturday and Sunday. anyone who will have it repair radio auto.,, power, steering,

Like new 3 bedroom CBS, tile $124.44 should be a breeze. Office open this Sunday afternoon ed. 1750 NW 83rd Terrace. FACTORY AIR,1495

roof, hardwood floors, awning Call Aetna Realty (Broker), at 612 NW 60th Street.So Room for man over 40. working -

windows garage, awnings, 757-5724, we have the key. quiet roomer. 633-2336 CHILD CARE

central heat. FHA price$16000 ,- open every day. you want a 3 bedroom home after 7.Dentists. Mothers, Mothers, I f you are '
with $600 down and$98.78 with a florida room and fenc- looking for a clean neat home 65 CUTLASS

month. Arthur Tubin, Realtor. 19512 NW 37th Court is a 3 ed yard with payments of $91 12 room office near experienced babysitter good 2-door H.T V-S, power

7906 NW 7th Ave. Ph. 691-4785 bedroom 2 bath gorgeous monthly. U you have $1,000, the new Florida Memorial food call us pickup and de- steering power brakes,

residence. qualifying- (or close to it), take a look at College. Equipped Move rightin. livery. 633-2002 or 633-2732 radio, heater, bucket
seats, 4
$350 DOWN-$88 MONTH $113.00 monthly pays all. Easy this No Qualifying h 0 meat Street level parking, low the floor on. ...,1595
3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS. $14- terms. Call Aetna Realty 1876 NW 93rd Terrace by cal- rent. 944-0263. Infants d toddlers. Best of

000 total FHA. Seller pays (Broker), 7575724. Open ling Aetna Realty (Broker), care in the home. 635-2893.

closing costs. Large den can every day. 757-5724, Open every day. Stores offices or clinic. A-l (Indef).

be used for 4th bedroom,oven Here it is! How much down- location. New building on NW Children for working mothersin '66 CHEV.rTruck..

and range, fenced yard. Cir- payment can you afford? DOUBLE CORNERSee 62nd St. at corner of 11th Ave.r my home. For informationCall Stick, radio, h
cular drive to carport. Near this lovely CBS home 2 0 next toU-Tote-MStore. Phone Like =
Cheaper than renting is this 2 696-9687. (Feb. 23)).
.. ....
schools, bus, shopping.Arthur bedroom CBS home located at 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,with car- Max Levin FR 4-9081 or 444- new
Tubin Realtor 7906 NW 7th port and extra large CBS 3673
8441 NW 25th Avenue. Don't! I e r e"Z
Ave. Ph. 691-4785. BUILDING. Could be used i j fl
delay- call today Aetna Realty
many things or,double garage, 1558 NW 49th STREET Gef '
(Broker, ) 757-5724, move in 61 MUSTANG
VETERANS & URBAN price only $14,000 with $400 1 bedroom cottage, unfurn for SLICK BLACK
quick. Open every day. down FHA V 8, auto., radio, heat.or .
couple only, weekly$19 DOUBLE ACTION power steering,
& VA HOMES 1135 NW 83rd Street is the spotto Kori, Realtor, 759-2425 or painting. Immediate occupancy /COLORS GRAY HAIRBAOI FACT. AIR, Aalance of

$100 DOWN .go swimming or fishing on 751-2243, we are open this Call Mr. Gross, 4446126. 2 MESSES HAIR IN PLACEr ,2495
2- 3 and 4 bedrooms. 1 and 2 your own private lake.This Sunday afternoon at 612 NW 60 or evenings 448-2824. : warranty ...

baths. Arthur Tubin, Realtor beautiful CBS 2 bedroom home St.

691-4785. 'has a gorgeous Florida room, '-
dishwasher, air-conditioners, 3 BEDROOM 1 BATH VA or FHA Terms '
4 61 OLDS Hardr
Contents of North Miami plus more. Buy FHA or Non- Lovely home like new, beautiful 5

home. Mediterrean style bed- qualifying $14,850. Low, low floors, Floridaroom, big ((1)) 6808 NW 6th Ave. 4 bedroom, 2 bath, top.heater V.8, power, auto.steering, radio,,

room, dining room, TV room downpaymeny. No closing lot. Only $16,500 with $600 dining room, family room, $300 down and power brakes, FACT.AIR. .
with sectional sofa and com- costs. Aetna Realty (Broker) down FHA. You must see this $300 closing costs. $91.74 monthly plus Bat, of factory

plete living room. Kitchen has the key, call 757-5724, one, call me. A. Ben-Kori, warranty. =2595
to taxes and insurance. Only .... ..
dinette, desk, sewing machine, open every day. Realtor, 759-2425or751-2243

stereo, lamps, rugs, TV, open Sunday afternoon 612 NW
((2)) 7521 NW 12th Ct. 2 bedroom CBS Fla
drapes, pictures, etc. All in NO CLOSING COST 60th St. ,
exceptional condition, less Lovely 3 bedroom 1 bath CBS room, carporte, $400 down, $95 pays all. '65 PONTIAC
tile roof hardwood floor,
than 6 months old. 754-2788. ,
fenced lot awning air- Big, Big lovely CBS home nice Catalina 4-dcor Hardtop -
corner oak floors total $13,900 FHA ((3)) 14265 NW 22nd PI. 2 bedroom CBS, just V-8, auto., power
conditioner wall to wall car-
storing, brakes,
bedroom, 1 bath, CBS home power
$450 down and$112 month. Big painted. $200 down $47 month.
completely furnished. Newly pet, FHA $300 down$81 month radio, heater, FACTORY
nice Florida AIR. Slut with match.
large room, largelot
veterans or displaced persons
decorated inside and out new
see this one, call me todayA. FORD REALTYINC. Broker inz intirlor. $170 C
and Pacific
$100 down Atlantic
roof, ready to move in. Good Real sharp . I/uJ
Realtors 6660411. Ben-Kori, 759-2425, 751-
area. FHA terms available.
$450 down. Call 949-6107. 2243, open Sunday afternoon 3639 NW 15th Ave. 635-4595
Live rent free! Beautiful CBS office at 612 NW 60th Street.

A burgler proof money safe. Duplex, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, 2 bedroom, Florida room, '66 CHEY. BslAir.

Call 759-4889. Tom Raysor. carport, on extra large cor- den with lavoratory, used as 4.door. V.8, auto.,
Mar. 1 ner lot tile roof. BarBQuepit. third bedroom, dishwasher, I power steering, radio, I

Freshly painted. FHA $500 and washing machine, awnings, EDISON SpecialsDRIVE heater Extra FACTORY SOIQC AIR.
down $96 month
size sprinklers, fenced yard, com- sharp A ISd
Ladies dresses 12,16,18. Pacific Realtors 6660411.No plete air and heat. Many extras -
$3 and $4 each. Winter coats
FHA $14,500, $450 down .
size 16-8 all like new. Man'ssuit more renting when you see 865 NW 83 Terrace.
42 long $8 slacks 38 waist this close in 2 bedroom home THEN CALL EDISON '
; :
$3 each. Sports jacket 42$3 with a large Fla. room, only 1471 NW 87th Terrace. CBS,
((1)) 3211 NW 11th PI. Very large 1 bedroom CBS Y-8, auto. radio,
866-5123. 2
each. Phone $11,800. FHA as low as $100 plus Florida room, heater
power steering,
home plus Fla rm, FHA terms.
down and $86.43 per month. plus garage. No qualifying.No power brakes, FACT
2284 NW 95th STREET Call Aetna Realty (Broker), closing costs. Immediate pos- ((2)) 6544 NW 6th Ave. 3 bedroom, CBS home on AIR Cold with match.

$900 down large 2 bedroom, 2 757-5724, open every day. session. $300 down. $125 per corner. FHA terms. :Interior ... 2195
bath CBS, Fla. room,carport, month direct from owner 374- ((3)) 180 NW 67th st. CBS, 2 bedroom, carport, V

formal dining, tile roof, call When? Anytime. Where? 7928 6473. Fla room, FHA terms.
for appointment to see. Mary NW 14th Place How much? ((4)) 860 NW 67th St. 3 bedroom, 2 both, CBS, BEST TRADE-IN ALLOWANCEFOR

Dooley, Realtor 758-6516. $12,500, FHA $77.61 monthly Brand new fine quality 3 bed- Fla room, patio, carport, FHA terms. YOUR CAR.
after low down payment. No room, 2 bath home. North of
Bank Financing-Easy Terms
on lot at
costs see it by calling expressway open ,
closing Coll or See Me
4015 NW 24th Avenue. Phone ,
Aetna Realty (Broker), 757- PersonallyCHARLIE
Like new 2 bedroom 2 bath CBS THEM ALSO.
5724. builder, PL 1-3604. Indef.
every day.
carport, awning, patio beau-
tiful landscaped, city water OPEN ALL DAY EVERY DAY
S.W. 8 St. & 25 Ave.
y with 'extra well and pump for 2 HOUSES & LOT 3 bedroom, CBS, carport, tile
lawn. Nicely furnished tool! Home and income, Drive by roof, near transportation and 444-7647
EDISON I REALTY Realtorsllifslindf
( Move right in.Close to school, 1624 NW 43rd St. extra lot,all schools, FHA terms,Oo'ly$300 ,
bus, shopping. $13900 terms fenced in only $9,000 cash. down. $100"vet No closing SE HABLA ESPANOL

arranged. Must see today! Atlantic Call A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, costs. Drive by 3231 NW 171 fe, 1513441 OPEN SUNDAY
Street then call Fenster Realty
and Pacific Realtors 751-2243, office open Sunday -
666-0411. afternoon at 612 NW 60 Street Broker, 759-8779.

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