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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: March 1, 1968
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Vol. 45, No. 27 MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1968 irrf Cl A 28 PAGES 154

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Five Teenagers, One Child

,Killed In Auto CrashWhen

j 1 a blue Thunderbird ---- The lone survivor said that t I

loaded with teenagers from he crawled from the wreckageand

Miami, being driven at v got back to the highway,
rate of speed, in torrentialrain which was about 27 feet away
crashed into a light pole from where the demolishedcar
last Friday night, carried to had stopped, and tried to
instant death six of the passengers R .. stop motorists. But none would
one a fourmonthold r stop until seven hours after
baby. inspite of his desperate flag
r f. w, The only survivor is Andrew ging for help. "They just

: Palmroy Sheffield, 19, who wouldn't stop," he said.
was taken to Broward General Help came at 7:30 in the

a ,. Hospital in Fort Lauderdale morning, Saturday, when a
where he is still in critical motorist stopped at a service
condition. station and called the Florida

6 i. y.. cz Dead are: Charles E. Nick- Highway patrol By then his ((

son, the driver, of 5915 NW 8th six companions had alreadydied
Avenue he said.

Willie Scott, 16, of 2111NW DELLA TURNER
61st S t r e e t, a student at Miami -
with such impact that the left
? .-. .. c . .. Jackson High School. side of the. car peeled oUt
Sandra Turner,16, a student

Women Of The Year NamedMiami's High; Her sister, Della, 15, Patrol Ass was 1st a ing Deputy the, Highway who said ,
same School; Bernard Mum- w ,6 I
three Women of The Year display/ happy smiles and their Paul Revere ford; Christine Williams,four that three bodies were found
tangled in the front seat and
silver bowl awards as they receive' congratulations from Joe Black, vice presidentof months old, all of2320NW62 ,
the bodies of a man and child
special markets for Greyhound Llnes t 'Inc, and Mrs. Clarice Littles, Miami Times Street. were beside the shattered
editor. The scene of the accidentwas Ar '
society pole, and another body was '
The winners are Mrs. Ruth N. Polite, retired dedicated school teacher and club. on U. S. Highway 27 near found 20 feet ,away in the t
woman; Miss Blanche: Calloway, popular radio commentator and real estate sales- Andytown, about 20 miles from bushes.

woman; and Miss Olive Alexander, pioneer social worker who has /just retired as df Fort Lauderdale. Sheffield was able totell
rector of the James E. Scoff Community Association. Highway patrolmen said that hospital officials that the car ",
a The announcement of the winners, chosen by nominations/ submitted to the the car was southbound was bound for Alabama,but the 1.
Times, was made on Tuesday at a luncheon at the Everglades Hotel attended by SO speeding in the rain, when it group decided to return to MI-
ran off the left side of the high-
women Johnson of Miami photo. .. ami. He said that he could not,
., way, swung back across it and
tell what caused the crash becaUse
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he was asleep.

131 Jobs Spared; Poverty

Teachers Get Ultimatum

Program Gets $550,000By

Return Or ResignDade
JOHN A. DIAZ assured of continued employ- Atlanta officials of the regional -
ment after June, unless more department have stated -
The life of the Bade Poverty money is appropriated. that the supplemental money County School Board While those whoresignproperly with the State Board of Public
Program which has been Observers however, who for Dade's program will be Tuesday urged all absent per- will be eligible for re- Instruction in Tallahassee to
threatened several times by think that they know politicsand handled routinely that local officials sonnel to return to their jobs employment, the board cannot work toward this end and requested -
lack of funds, Interdepartmental campaign propaganda,are will be notified within and honor their contracts. guarantee their jobs will be the inclusion of board
fueds,and a governor's making the prediction that 30 days after Dr. Phelps in Those who do so by openingof available, Board ChairmanC. members and superintendentsfrom
unnecessary investigations, after the Democratic conven- Atlanta approves the grant. school Thursday (February T. McCrimmon pointed out. all other major school
has been revitalized with an tion in June the war on povertywill Governor Kirk, too, must approve 29) will not be subject to systems throughout the state.
injection of $550,000, it was be prolonged as good campaign the additional allo- penalty except loss of pay for At the same time, the board Acting upon this request,State
announced Tuesday. fodder.And that after the cation, but aides have said that days absent, it was stressed. emphasized that it still stands School Superintendent Floyd
Thus the local antipoverty election, the war will end that will be no problem. Reiterating that it does not ready to cooperate with all Christian called such a meeting -
officials are happier this week abruptly. recognize mass resignations, groups toward improvement of for 130 p.m. Wednesday.
than they have been for the past the board called upon those Florida schools. Proposals by the Dade Board
few days. The board officially requested will be submitted and discuss-
who do not intend to do so to
The executive director of First Urban Renewal submit individual resignationsby Wednesday a meeting !d at that time.
the Dade Economic
Opportunity not later than February 29.

Richard'Program Weatherleysald Inc. (EOPI that),_ Housing for PoorIt resignations Those who will submit be eligible proper Evers Gets 33,635 Votes To :

the additional money will mean i
for consideration for reemployment -
that 131 will not be
laid off employes as was predicted. was announced last Wed- veloper, will have at least by the board should Lead 6 Miss. CandidatesCharles
they apply at a later date.
nesday that the first tract of $25,000 a year available from
The Atlantaregional office land to be sold to private en- the FHA to make up the differ- Those who neither resignnor Evers,.of Jackson,
of the Office of Economic Opportunity terprise in Metro's urban renewal ence between the rent he needs return to work will be declared Miss., brother of Medgar
released $400,000for area will be developed to collect and the rent his ten absent without leave by Evers, slain for his fight
staff salaries, which will again for poor people only. ants are able to pay. the board and will be terminated against racism, inspired to
be added to avenge his brother's marty- k
money Four of the competing ..
under provisions of the r
$150,000 already credited to groups to purchase the 2.6 The successful bid- dom won a runoff spot for a seatin
Florida law which provide for
the local office but was never acres in the CentralNegro der will be chosen on the over- Congress on Tuesday, by
received. District unfolded their plans all plan, including the design cancellation of certification.Such leading a field o f seven can-
and the amenities and services persons will be ineligible didates.It .
Mr. Weatherley toldThe of
before the Advisory Board in
for the
Times that, as of now, no em Metro's Department of Hous- offered. was a special election fora
The bidders all,showed that State of Florida for a period of United States House of
ploye will be laid off; that he ing and Urban Development. Rep-
has canceled termination no- All of the bidders said that they had put considerable time one year. resentatives seat, and it was
and work in their plans and Resignation forms will be the first real
tices. This followed Atlanta in challenge of the
all their units,ranging num-
available in the offices of district -
two their blue for
brought prints. century a
meetings with OEO officials congressionalseat
ber from 42 to 50, were plan-
there and Weatherley's assistant ned for families that would Ecumenical Developments superintendents must from the deep south by a --
here, Charles Feltus. qualify for rent supplement. Inc., the only non-profit cor- be signed by 4:00: p.m.Thurs- Negro. CHARLES EVERS
day or submitted to the Assistant His in the runoff
poration the bidders opponent
The budget for the current Ronald Markham, one of the among ,
the most Superintendent for Per- will be Charles Griffin who losing white candidates had
fiscal presented elaborate ,
however is
year, more bidders explained "Withoutrent
sonnel in a letter postmarkedno was the administrative assis- 52,188 votes in all.
than 25 cent less than last drawings.Its
per supplement, our project
later than February 29. The cheering crowd otEvers'
tant of the
called for Congressman to be
design more
year's allocation of $7.1 mil- would be only half full. He
density and showed less Introducing the resolution replaced by the winner. Con- supporters was told by
said that the site
building on
lion.The than gressman John Bell Williams him that he would win the run-
imagination the others
war on poverty programin for tenants who could pay the which was unanimously approved -
but the pitch delivered the gave up the seat after he was off election. Said the happy
the Miami area is operating required $120 to $140 a month by Mrs. Anna Brenner
at 75 per cent of its authorized rent entirely out of their own community leaders in the Cen- Meyers pointed out that this dected governor. The runoff Evers, "All the Negroes voted
tral election will be March 12. for us. And I'm proud to say
budget. pockets would be "too much of Negro District,was on the procedure will enable the
The 131 employes, whose a chance for anyone to take." social services that would be board to know how many teach- Evers received 33,636votes that many of" the whites voted
Jobs have been saved throughthe The successful bidder on the offered the families in the pro ers the board will need to bring in the final tabulation. Griffin for us, too.

additional money are not project, who will be thede- ject. in to fill vacancies. trailed with 28,792.; Five (continued on page 7)


2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March, 1968 *
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At presstime, more than 100 Dade County principals and administrators

: have resigned join the teachers of Dade County and Florida in ,their

struggle to achieve an equal educational opportunity for every childin

the state.

More than anyone else involved in the crisis, principals are probably in

the best position to know just HOW deplorable conditions are in the

schools. Dade County's resigned principals were recently asked to compile -

a list of the worst of the deficiencies existing today in our own

Dade County schools. They came up with nine pages filled with specific

conditions in need of immediate correction. Here are some of the itemson

their list:


\ .[Hundreds of students attend regular class together in auditorium Fire hazard in dangerous materials dangerously stored for lock,;.;

.|One teacher supervises over 120 students in one physical education of space I '

classContinued Problem children disrupting classes for lack of special programs

.[ use of textbooks containing this information"We will Triple shifts requiring schools to be in session from 7:30 a.m. to

I t 'J.,, soon. put men in outer space..' 4:30: p.m., with lunch starting for some as early as 10:30 a.m. .
Cafeterias used makeshift classrooms 3 and 4 classes ... '.
''t" as holding '
.i Toilet facilities I meant for 50 students t now used'by 200 300
of different levels at the some time, due to shortage of regular I. '
.[ Electrical hazards (exposed wires, faulty switches) classrooms '
.I Services of only one school nurse for only one-half day weekly
.I Danger in broken stairways, sinkholes on school grounds, play
in schools I enrolling f from 1 1,700 to 4,000 students
areas .I Absolutely no textbooks for orientation of Cuban students }. .
.(School buildings in continued use long after they have been .| Libraries, other indoor areas, used to house physical education
officially condemned classes during rainy weather
U I Uncovered walkways used between rooms, exposing children to ,
.| Disrupted learning time due to noise of airplanes, traffic rain and cold .

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Apathy toward these conditions ( and others equally bad or worse -

throughout the state ) has caused today's acute crisis in education.



This can be done only if representatives of all parties involved the

governor, the legislators, and the FEA sit down together at the

same time, in the same room, and reasonably resolve the impasse.

,1',.....,t What Can you, As Parents And Citizens Who Care Do?

TELL your neighbors and other interested persons to WIRE
Gov. Claude Kirk, Jr., Governor's Office, Tallahassee House Minority Leader
Reid, Capitol, Tallahassee
Fla. Senate Pru. Vine Pope, Capitol, Tallahassee State Supt.
Floyd Christian,
State Dept of f Educ., TallahasseeFEA
Senate Minority Leader Bill Young, Capitol, Tallahassee President Dexter Hogmon, FEA Bldg, Tallahassee ....
Fla. House Leader Ralph Turlington, Capitol, Tallahassee FEA Exec.
Secy Dr. Phil
Constans, FEA Bldg., Tallahassee :.

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County Applies. For first N Mf 'r 1 ,

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With the approval February19th hood center presently operated center (day-care), legal services -
by the County Commis- by the Economic Opportunity employment counsel- .
sion of its first application Program, Inc. (EOP1)). log, family I counseling and
federal funds under the Neigh- U the application is approved other related services. Resi-
borhood Facility Program,the it will provide funds to expand dents of the area have been Involved -'
County has given further indi- present center servicesto in the planning of the .
cation of its intention to bring Include a fullystaffedhealth facility and the application is II
governmental services closerto clinic, library facilities supported by EOPI. 1 1
the people who use them. and a wide range of recrea- In addition to expanding the I ..5. 1
Building and Zoningpermitoffices tional and cultural programs. range and convenience of services -
and Public Safety Department EnsUing slum housing adja- to the people in the area, ,
substations were located cent to the present center the Neighborhood Facility
in both the north and building would be replaced would provide an example of
south ends of theCounty with attractive park-like good urban design in an area
several years ago for the convenience areas. Multi-purpose athletic devoid of the amenities which ,9 1 + 1 A 1t
of residents The courts and both in-door and create pleasant environment.
Welfare Department, Voters out-door activity areas wouldbe Dade County is applying for I
Registration and the Tax As- built Services presently federal funds in the amount of
sessor have also established being provided to neighborhood $201,620 to assist in the acquisition I '4 _
branch offices. Plans are now residents through EOPI and development of the
proceeding for the first include a child opportunity center.
regional governmental centerat
Cutler Ridge, in order to Pictured above are members of the Howard University Alumni Club of Miami.
better serve the widespreadSouth Editor Cites Rules of Good They are, from left to right: Mrs. Marshall, Washington, D. C., Mrs. E. B. Gibson,
ade area. Dr. W. A. Chapman, Dr. E. J. Braynon, acting president; E:Strachan, Dr. W. H. Green ,
The Neighborhood Facility Book in Acceptance Washington, D. C., international president; C. Mitchell; Mrs. W. H. Green; Dr. I. P.
Program provides an even Davis, Mrs. F. Tooks, Dr. C. M. Smith, and Dr. J. E. White.
more decentralized locationfor
a variety of health,recre- "!f people would follow the Beach. Howard Universarv Alumni Club of MiamiThe
rules of the Good Book there The NCCJ Silver Medallion .
ational, social and other com-
munity services. Funded by would be peace and harmony Brotherhood Awards were pre- Howard University The 10 fully accredited colleges of Howard University. Dr. if
the U. S. Department of Housing among all," said Mimi Times sented to three Dade men;Dr. Alumni Club of Miami was recently of Howard University E. J. Braynon is acting president -
and Urban Development, Editor H. E. S. Reeves last Henry King Sanford,presidentof honored with a visit by are: Liberal Arts, Graduate, of the Miam Alumni club.
the program provides 2/3 of Tuesday night at the annual the University of Miami; Dr. W. H. Green, president of Medicine, Dentistry,Law,Religion The next local meeting is
dinner where he was recipientof John R. Ring, partner in the the Howard University Inter- Arts
the cost of acquiring and de- SoclalWorld.Flne scheduled for Sunday March I
veloping a neighborhood facil the Special Brotherhood accounting firm of Ring, Ma- national Alumni Federation. Engineering Architecture 10th.
ity. D a d e' s first applicationcovers Award of the National Confer- honey and Arner;and J. I.Kis- Dr. Green, a prominent Washington and Pharmacy. Howard is In
acquisition and rede- ence of Christian and Jews. lak, chairman of the board of D. C., physician told her 101st year of service.The
velopment of a block in West the J. I. Kislak Mortgage Co. the local alumni of the tremen- student body now numbers 11-, WILKINS TO DISCUSS
Perrine, which would servea The presentation was madeat dous strides forward by the 000 with 2,200 faculty members -
low income area west of U.S. the dinner of the Florida Re- Now 84, Editor Reeves has University in recent years. A The faculty and students CIVIL DISORDERSI
Route 1.. The site Includes a gion of the NCCJ at the Foun- published The Times for more 28 minute film documented the have been integrated for 101
multipurpose neighbor- tainebleau Hotel on Miami than 45 years. great progress of the famous years. Howard for many years NAACP Executive Director Y
Institution. has had the highest percentageof Roy Wilkins and Illinois Gov-

Howard University, Wash foreign student of any Uni- ernor Otto Kerner, ,chair man
; > "w '
\ r. ington, D. C. is a unique Institution versity in the world One In of the NationalAdvisoryCommission
:: ':, :.,, :{ ':. in that it is the only every seven students enrolledat on Civil Disorders of
N A 5 1 1 ? non military school supportedby Howard is from a foreign which Mr. Wilkins Is also
".." ..\ r appropriations from Con- country. Howard does not pro- member,,will discuss the
> '. '1)) \" gress. However, because of vide athletic scholarships but commission's report on the
the ROTC established at How- numerous scholarships ABC Network Television
ard during, Worjd War I, 50% available for the student of superior (Channel 10) and Radio program '
of all Negro Army Officers academic ability. "Issues and answers,"
the outbreak of world war II 1:30: to 12:00 p.m., Sunday, M
were Howard graduates. Dr. J. M. Nabrit is president March 3rd.




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ington Office of Health Services of the OEO's Community Action Program. They + r ,. THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND
have been looking over the target area of the soon to be established Economic Oppor- MANAGEMENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATING
tunity Family Health Center, Inc., and have reviewed progress made so far in its IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES
organization. H
Although now limited in scope to the target area's Headstart operations, the A fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for
Center looks forward to making available to eligible residents comprehensive and tenants convenienceA

continuing medical and dental services. community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent
Standing left to right are Mr. Lon Bollard, Dept. of Community Relations, Health free," furnished and air cond Itloned foryour comfort and enjoyment.
Services Office, OEO, Mrs. Ann Haendel/, Program Analyst CEO Dr. Lynn P. Car-
michael, Project Director of Family Health Center, Inc. and director of Family Medicine A public relations department to assist you with your problems.

University of Miami; and Dr. Thomas James, Dental Director of the Project, Tenants concern will stop vandalism and reduce the cost of housing.
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To Be EqualBy

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Offlcel6530NW 15th Av.. Miami, Flo. 33U7-Phon.1691.0.t21 Executive Director -

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES Editor and Publisher National Urban League Lets Back Our Teackers

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor .c

'STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor At this writing the Florida School Crisis has entered Its

National Advertising Representative Schools That CareLast second week. The pressure being brought to bare on teachers

Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. having elected to improve the educational conditions throughout
310 Madison Avenue New York, N. Y. 10017 month I visited with the youngsters of Harlem Prep.That's te State ofFlorida Is beginning to have its effect. Through
Member ol the National Publishers Association a college preparatory school run by the New York Urban coercion and intimidation they may be forced to go back to an
2400 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 League. Most of Its students were dropouts from the city's unchanged condition, but I don't feel their efforts have beenin

SUBSCRIPTION RATES schools. vain. The public,and especially the parents are more awareof
ONE YEAR 55.00 SIX MONTHS S3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 These youngsters were branded impossible to educate t>y the problems facing our schools now than at any other time.
the system. The authorities said they couldn't learn;that they The teachers have put forth a dramatic,and I might add a cost-

En Office as at Second Miami, Class Florida Matter, under, August the act 9 of, March 1927 at 8,the jPo.l weren't college material; that they were unruly. ly effort to awaken the people of Florida to the needs of their

Well, I've spoken to many student groups around the coun- children, and I feel I would be letting my children down If I
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The several League colleges. I've talked with better over-all conditions.
believes that America can best lead try, Including Ivy didn't back their bid for
the world NEGRO from racial and national antagonism when It accordsto students who grew up not in urban ghettos,but in fancy estates I have kept abreast of the crisis because of it's Interest to
every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human with servants to trim the lawns and take care of the house me and mine, and It has amazed me to hear of the people refusing -
and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no mon..the Negro while the family vacationed In Europe. But Ihave never to take a stand. Now Is the time to decide If we want a
that all men
are Press hurt strives as long to as help anyone every Is man held in bock.the firm belief spoken to a more Intelligent group of young men than those at better education for our children, and believe me, it is just

Harlem prep. that simple. The teachers have balked at the materials they
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKYe They were smart, assured, bright. Their questions were to are forced to use In trying to produce students acceptable to

Editor takes this method of expressing thanks and appreciation the point, revealing that they had thought long and hard about the national norm. They have literally thrown up their handsIn

to Doctors L. W. Dowlen and A. W. Ward, his physi- who they were, what they wanted,and where the country is go- disgust with the equipment they must work with. They have

cians during his illness at Doctors Hospital, Coral Gables. ing.They've grown tired of supplementary the county school budgets from
Thanks also to the staff of efficient nurses and other employeswith got pride. They know that they grew up with the their pocketbooks in order to complete a project already start

whom he came in contact. All services were superb.He cards stacked against them, but they are determined to deal a ed. They have acknowledged the fact that teaching under
thanks visitors who came to the hospital as well as those new deck for themselves--to go on to college and to help their present conditions are akin to the impossible, and have peti-

visiting him at home. Flowers are acknowledged Bill and community. tioned the state for improvements. They are offering us, you
Nita Stirrup, Ronnie and Gina Frazier, Jim and Fran Chambers I arrived at the school, which housed in an old armory, in and I, and all the parents that make up the State of Florida the

and Cleo, Miss Edna Deveaux, Miss Marie White, Mr. time to sit in ona class In African cultural contributions to the opportunity to fulfill our dreams of the best possible educationfor

and Mrs. Samuel Harrison, Mrs.. Beatrice Robinson, Altar world. The walls were hung with maps of Africa. Seven or ejght our children.Our .

Guild of Church of the Incarnation, Sigma Gamma Rho Soror- youngsters were seated around a large table listening intensely Governor seems destined to try to improve his national

ity, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Mr.and Mrs.Chris Wareham, to the instructor. Image by being a non-conformist, but we have learned from
Board of Directors of James E.Scott Community Association, They were studying black writers and poets and historians. past experience that pressure Is the only thing he will respect.

Miami Times staff, a basket of fruit. They were learning that Africa was not a continent of savages This makes it necessary for us,the parents,to carry the ban-
Neighbors, friends, countrymen, there were far too many useful only to play extras In Tarzan films,but that It has a his- ner for our teachers as they have been doing for our children.
telegrams and beautiful cards for personal mention. please tory of artistic, cultural and political cntrlbutlons as impressive -
Their number is too small to be significant,but a concentrated
believe that your kindness is highly appreciated and shall fora as any. effort on our part should generate enough concern to at least
When the class ended I spoke briefly to the whole body, and
long while dwell i n my memory. make discussion a necessity. The harm this man has done to
Last but not least I must mention the Brotherhood Award then they asked some questions. So did I.
the State of Florida will be with us for a long time, but I feel
given'me by the Florida Region of the National Conference of "Why did you drop out school?" lasked. "Because nobody we would be partly responsible if we allowed him to let this

Christians and Jews, which I accepted on February 20 with cared," answered one boy. Another said: "All the teachers situation go unresolved. What guarantee do we have that once
taught about other cultures but they never mentioned my own
gratitude humility.
forced to return to the classrooms under present conditionsthe
Thanks also to Gene Griener for an autographed copy of his heritage. I lost Interest." "I didn't haveanyblack teachers, teachers will teach?

book entitled "What Color is God?" and other said another.
poems. Sometime ago the Governor appointed a board to study the
"What about this school," I asked. "Most of your teachersare
needs of Florida in reference to quality education. It is
white. Doesn't that bother you? "No, they said,
FAVORABLE COMMENTOur opinion no one on the board is more qualified to express the
"they're all right, they care about us.
well-known Senator George Smathers gave his opinionon needs of Florida School system than the people In the educa-
"Do you plan to go to college? Everybody said yes. "What
the teachers' salaries last Sunday. Television and radio will you do when you graduate?"Answers shot back: engineer, tion field. They know best where Improvement Is needed. They
carried the message. Said the Senator: teacher, social worker. know the Ills of our present system better than any outsider,

"I don't believe we should.have a situation in our country Can you imagine a ghetto school In the city system In which and rm sure they can prescribe a better remedy than some-

where we pay our garbage men more than we pay our teachers someone asks "what will you do when you graduate from college one who might take an occasional look.
." The senator was referring to coditios in New York in ?" The students would either laugh or sit In quiet anger How then can we help our teachers In their struggle for bet-
his weekly broadcast. ter conditions for our children? Since pressure seems to be
because they were being mocked. But at Harlem Prep, collegeIs
However, Florida's educational trouble that brought about a a living reality, not just something for white youngsters. the order of the day, I consider it our only effective weapon.We .

strike (?) was largely due to teachers' salary settlement. They knew that over 100 others who had taken part In the Urban should flood the Governor's mansion and the legislatorsfrom

Governor Kirk was not satisfied with legislation passed by League's program were now In colleges across' the country, the various districts with cards expressing our position.
the Legislative commission that claimed State Legislature did and that scholarships and other assistance would be availableto I consider two post cards, and the small amount of time Involved -

all it could, especially for Dade County. them when they graduate.And they knew that when they leave a small price to pay for the benefits our children will

There have been many meetings with our governor, teach- their places would be taken by other youngsters In the street receive. Below you will find the address of the Governors mansion -

ers, School Board, CTA, and FEA. At this writing a meetingis academies of the Urban League (so called because they are and the legislators from the various districts, takea
scheduled to be held at Jacksonville at the request of the storefront schools which prepare dropouts to enter Harlem couple of minutes and mail a card to each of them. Make it

CTA. Prep and other prep schools and then go on to college. clear that you are backing your teachers In their bid for a

Why are these schools succeeding while the city system is better education for you children, and I am sure we will be
failing? The basic answer Is that the teachers care lavish able to effect a change In attitudes.
tt"'::::::.:.::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:;:.-:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.: time and attention on these young men and women; they which they

:::: PINDllNG lAYS HIS GOVERNMENT ON 1::: couldn't get in the public schools. They start with the assumption

:::: THE LINE : that their students can succeed. They see no reason why Phil OssoferToday

; Premier Lynden Pindling of the Bahamas announced three out of four ghetto youngsters shouldn't go on to college,

:::: Tuesday evening that a general election will be held :::: just like they do in the more affluent suburbs. I am paying tribute to fully through the years. I am

:::: in the colony April 10. F:: The Urban league wants to expand these street academiesand my editor and good friend, deeply grateful, Garth, for the
:::: The death of PLP House Member Uriah McPhee last :::: I've been trying to interest businesses In sponsoring them. Garth Reeves. It was friend- opportunity and for the en-

:: week, cut the 18-18 tie between Plndllng's Progressive :;:: IBM and the First National city Bank have already done it, andI ship at first sight back In the couragement you gave me

:::: Liberal Party and the opposition United Bahmtan :::' hope others will join them. I want major corporations to become early 1950s when,as newly appointed when I needed it.
:::: Party In the House of Assembly. :::: visible In the ghettos, Identifying with the com munity. If press representativefor
;::: The PLP and UBP are the two major parties In the ::: they back these schools it would not onlybe tangible evidenceof 'Assembly of Miami As one who helps others to

:::: country. ::: their concern, but would also help break the structure of I approached Garth to ask for, grow, Garth, too, has grown and,

!:: Premier Pindling, PLP leader,had two alternatives: :: complacency of the present city school systems which are fall some of that valuable spacein with many responsibilities accom
:::: Either call a risky by-election In McPhee's distrlct-- ::: ing to educate our children. The Miami Times forBaha'i along with them, many number of
:::: Shirlea, In New Providence -- or a general election. 's:: releases. plishments. On a

:.: In the general election of January 10,1967, McPhee, ::: THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION After just a few visits with occasions Garth and The out-MI-
::: a 42- ear-old Merchant, won the seat by a margin of ::: him, Garth ami Times have
apparently seeing
:::: only 100 votes out of 1,700 cast In the district. ::: Elections are always Interesting,whether they be city,state something in me that even I standing awards. for understandthis news cov
;: The PLP has been in power with the one-vote margin ::t or national. These are the times when purse strings become didn't erage. I can well
recognize asked to
me hard
::: since ten, and has been relying on continual support :::: loose, providing jobs for campaign and other workers. write a column for the Times. because Garth Is a
:;: of Labor and Commerce Minister Randol Fawkes, a ::: The presidential election will perhaps be among the most That's how Phil Ossofer man to keep up with . he'son
was life
::: member of Pindling's cabinet and the sole Labor Party :::: outstanding ever witnessed. Several prospects, among them born. I am especially gratefulto the go all the time! His out-
::: representative In the House. :::: Senator Eugene McCarthy, former Vice-president Richard Garth for proves that, In order to be

:: In his broadcast over ZNS Tuesday evening, Pindling ::: Nixon, Sen. Goldwater and former Gov. George Wallace, are "seedlings" of nurturing humor those standing, one cannot be in, sit-
:::J: said: "Those of you who supported my government with ::::: slated for battle for this office. feelings of and the ting.
justice and love
:; all your heart,and thought that a one-vote majority was :::" for
mankind dayI
t which he In that some
::: not a safe margin, will now get the opportunity to do ::?:: Meanwhile there stands our President saw my I am hoping
Lyndon Johnson soul but some
,who which were quite will be able to compile
::: about
something in our opinion--despite Vietnam has filled his
office creditably latent at that time. of writings into a book. You
: "And those of you who oppose my government will i:: and should, as we hope, not only seek re-election but will His insight into inner be- my be that when it hap-
my sure
: also
:; get the opportunity. ;.: be re-elected.
: : ing brought on the thoughts, the pens the book will be dedicated
;:. Registration for the election will close Thursday at .. ,
;;; midnight and the House will be dissolved Friday.Thou- : meditations, (and the weekly to the one who mdeitpos-
: ; Seeking return to office is Congressman Dante Fascell,who deadlines!) which have helpedme sible . my good friend and
;:: sands more are expected to vote than did in the 1967 ::
has served
$ election already satisfactorily for seven years. Opposing to grow spiritually and Joy- editor, Garth Reeves.
him will be State Senator Edmond Gong and Republican
::: Since the last general election the UBP has won In s: Mike
Thompson? We see no reason why Rep. Fascell should --
::: two by elections: Party chairman Basil Kelly won at ::. not be
; returned as our Congressman,and the Miami Times is pleased
::: Crooked Island, and CleophasAdderley,an electrician, :: again to endorse him.
::; The UBP is confident victory,but the PLP has the ::
'::: chance to regain a majority. rr In the race for a seat on the Metro Commission are Earl MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY

::=: The only political party In the Bahamas without a :: Carroll and Charles Lockhart. Lockhart Is now a member of APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU-

::: seat in the House, the National Democrats, Is said : the Health Planning Council. The consensus, as far as we THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE
:::: to be willing to put up candidates for the majority of :,: learn, is for Mrs. Range to remain on the City Commissionwhere PLEASE
r. :::: the districts In New Providence. :: she has served so well and might be in mind for pro PATRONIZE THEM!

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is in sports that the most progreSs is,being made in race / /4T1'AMENDMEA7y
relations in America. Nationally and locally sports are the 1 ; +
elements that are breaking.the color barriers.The / y ,J
whole world loves a winner; it marvels at the ability of ;' '

any athlete to excel in competition, regardless of his, or her, '
color. LrNG .
Negro athletes have done more to Improve race relationsin ?
Miami and in other parts of the nations than Martin Luther
King, Roy Wilkins, and Whitney Young put together in the efforts -
of these three stalwarts of civil liberty. \

Over a hundred Billion Americans)b la c k and white, applauded -
the St. Louis Cardinals' Bob Gibson when he won the t't ,
World Series baseball championship with his superb pitchinglast ". t
October. That he was a black man did not matter. r
. t
Wilt Chamberlain and Bill Russell, the two greatest basketball .y :
players in the history of the game,have received numer- \.
ous awards for their performances.Who cares what color they

are? ;
In the Miami area.,several Negroes are receiving applauds '
from large numbers of sports fans for their athletic talents. .

This really paves the way for other Negroes td get opportunities -
in business, Industry, and the profession.When .
history was made a few days ago, as Florida A & M j
University basketball team competedwIth the team of Miami r1' : t
University's; the spectators saw the largest crowd that the t.
Miami team had drawn in Convention Hall this season. The
huge crowd was interested in basketball, and not in the colorof
the players' skin.
As one writer remarked, "Before integration started in the
local high schools, the Negro didn't receive all the recognition "
be deserved" ,- k +1.
Coral Gables' Craig Curry is the leading high school foot- Ii
ball player in greater Miami.Without integration in the schools
he would have been only another high school football player. :::::::::::::::::::.::::: ::::::K: !: :::K::!::X'>M.X*:<>:-X-:>:.:':>:>X<:.:M!;:::::::::::'::::::%::>J
Now he has already received numerous offers to play footballfor We Cannot Afford
gro some doesn't of the's best known colleges. That he is a Ne- Qualifiedt i Gordan Says School |

Cyril Baptiste Curley's big center, has become on Quantity Personnel :r Funds Not '.
Enough y ys
Dade's best basketball players. He Is the state's No. 1 college i 1

prospect. Some of the other top Negro players,the very best,, T. Willard Fair, Executive Director of the Urban League, The Board of Public Instruction wishes to reinterate ::1:1:::
in high school basketball are: Albert Hannah, Mays; Roy stages that black children cannot afford Qualified Quantity Per- s its position that the current school'crisis requires the :$:
Carter, Carol City; and Homer Lawyer, another Curley star. sonnel. The Urban League believes that each child should be :: immediate leadership of the Governor In calling together :::::

Negro athletes, from Jackie, Robinson, th baseball great, afforded a quality education commensorate with his maximum the legislative leadership and the teacher lead. ;::$::
who broke the color line in baseball in 1945, to Barbara Wil- capabilities. The provision of such education is dependent upon k::, ership In the State to arrive at the satisfactory solu- ::::!
liams, the Coconut Grove young lady,a student Coral Gables the quality and quantity of resources allocated to our educa- :::: tion to the present problem and to create the climate :$:::
who broke a national AAU record inleaping 19 feet in the run- tional systems. Qualified quality personnel, modern facilities :::: in which the future needs of education will be met. ::::::; a
ning broad jump last week,are doing more for better race relations and updated equipment are all important to the realization of ;::: The Board of Public Instruction wish to point out that :::::<
than all the so-called civil rights activists, this goal. i::: the pending legislation does not provide capital funds :::::
The failure our state government bprovide'an acceptable :::: for the very serious building needs of the Dade County >::::
SIDNEY POITIER B NOW A SUPER MOTION PICTURE STAR allocation of monies,based on the assumption of our educators, :::: School System. Even if this legislation were passed,we :$:::
,If you haven't seen Sidney Poitler in"GuessWho's Coming has precipitated our present school crisis. : would not have the money to provide buildings for stu- :$::
To Dinner" you should see this film that has already received Whether we agree or disagree on the right of teachers to :: dents presently going to school 440 portables, and :,f:
ten nominations for the Academy Award It's his best pic strike, the fact is that 40%of our teachers (in Dade County and :::: we would still have 35 or 40 schools in which the noise :$:
ture, so far. elsewhere in the state) are still out of the classroom As the :::: of airplanes is so severe as to Interrupt classes for a $::'
We met Sidney in 1954 in New York. He invited us to his strike enters Into its second week, neither the FEA or the State ::::: substantial period of time. Other needs for coping with :$::: h
restaurant on Seventh Avenue in Harlem, where he was the, legislature appears to be willing to compromise. Suffice it to 11;: the growth of the schools, and remodelling to accomo- $: F
chef, assisted by two attractive waitresses. At that time we i say, who knows when this crisis will end. Unfortunately, the ;:;::: date new curricula could not be met under funds prof{f:
were the associate editor of a magazine. Impressed by his; children of our community will bear the brunt of this crisis. ::::;: vided by this legislation. ;:::: w
sense of humour, his humility, and his down-to-earth mannerism Especially the black children. :':; The Board of Public Instruction also is concern- :tiff "
we made a picture of him as a cook, and with a review Presently, many of the predominantly black schools are ; 1, ed with future support for educational expenditure by
of his then latest picture, we gave him a write-up In the open. However, the black child, who vhen you add up all the ::.: the citizens of the community and the State. Therefore I::
magazine. variables related to educational achievement, was behind before :::: it is important for people understand that j>rovis.tflns :::::
When we were leaving for Los Angeles that year Sidney gave,, the crisis, cannot afford Qualified Quantity For too many ::::; for new taxation for education should be considered :::: "
us some key names for contracts, from which'we were bene of our black children, each day iryschool is crucial to their :::: apart from provisions shifting taxes from real estate :;|:::j
fited. We haven't seen Sidney Poitier in person since he serv- future The majority of them ?d the educational process :::: to consumers. :::::
ed us with those sumptuous chicken dinners for which his place, most, and can least afford the luxury of being out of school. :::: The Board of Public Instruction also would like peo- :$::
was famous. In full recognition of each teacher's right to resign, but :::: pie to understand that any solution of the present crisis !::::
Right now Sidney Poitier, who told us that he was raised on, equally cognizant of the community's responsibility our :::: in terms of replacing the 5,500 teaches who are not in :;:::
Cat Island in the Bahamas, but born in Miami, Is the hottest children, the Urban League urges the following; :::: our schools is unrealistic. We firmly believe that :::::
male box office attraction in the cinema world. (1) That the qualified quality personnel being recruited by ::1:! teaching is a profession that has standards which need ::
Poitier has said that he was once super-poor, but the con theSchool Board be deployed to the ghetto schools where the :::: to be met if our children are to have a decent education c ft +
trast between then and now only reinforces the image. Now he students have the most critical educational needs,(2))That the :: If our children are to have a quality education, we have :;:jj:::
wears $300 suits when once he wore flour-sacks hand-me- black teachers, participating in the strike, make themselves ::::. to improve the quality of teaching. This cannot be done ::::
down shoes that were torture, he says, because they were too i available to the preponderance of black students who cannot : by hiring 5,500 new people nor can it be done very well >:|:1:
tight. His wife and four daughters are living in a 14-room t afford a recess in learning, ((3)) that those black teachers, who :::: by pasting together a school with substitutes and volun- :$::
Tudor estate InPleasantville, when once he slept on Harlem are not participating in th'e strike and are teaching in predominantly :::: teer returnees. ::|:|
roofstops under blankets of newspapers. He himself lives in i white schools, make themselves available totheghetto jjij:: While we are doing our best to keep the schools open :::;,:.
one of the tower apartments near Lincoln Center,not far from school. These schools suffered largest percentage of teacher ;::ti: and to open additional schools we also recognize that :::
the "Great Whiteway," in N. Y. City. resignation, needless to say, they have the highest percentage :ti: this is only a stopgap measure and does not provide :jijj::
In the theatres in which "Guess Who's Coming To Dinner"is of qualified quantity, (4)) that all community institutions :::::: the kind of quality education that we think is Important :;::::
being shown, audiences rave over that story. It generates i make their facilities available for instructional purposes. The iji::; for Dade County's children. ;:::
tears among some of the women. See it as soon as you can. churches, synagogues, and community buildings surrounding ;:::|:| This Board is ready and willing to be of any assistance :::::
ORCHIDS AND BOUTONNAIRES the ghetto schools can be used if the school not available, ;::::: in resolving this problem. :;jiji:::
(5) that all black parents demand that the crisis be resolved
immediately. Our children cannot wait QxttWMZMiomi: : ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

Honesty Leads To Success"Is Times

6530 NW 15th Avenue
7 being honest really old fashioned is anyone stupid enoughto
y think honesty is outdated?" Miami, Florida 33147
"Business firms spend large amounts of money for fidelity I
bonds, forit is reported that losses by theft exceed losses by Dear Sir :
? Stil .. fire."
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- "Abraham Lincoln was quoted as saying that a big part of Enclosed please find the sum of $ _.r---
MRS. ALBERT his success was due to the fact that people called him honest
The to cover the cost of cu.___ .subscription to
Reverend S. A. Cousin, who recently received a testi- Abe
monial to his religious services, for his most Christian ad- "You and I cannot Abraham Lincoln,but we can be known the Miami Times.
ministration of his church's affairs, and practicing what he for being strictly honest"
has been preaching.Mrs. "We set the level of honesty for ourselves. We are known Moil' Paper To ,
Grace Albert, the former school principal, for her de- more than we think we are known. Miny a man has missed a A.Klres
votion to civic activities, who does not allow retirement to good Job opportunity because bis reputation was in question.J. .
City State Zip Cod< __
deminish her Interest in educational work. C., Penney was asked what he looked for in men. Without ?
Neal Adams,businessman, civic leader,for what he has been hesitating he answered, "I look for character." One Yr. 53.001
contributing to community betterment for the past two decades, "We can do better than we think if we are always known for J
a constructive race relations leader. strict honesty." reprinted by permission Cousins.


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Discrimination Radio

8" ti And TV Investigated

1 Extreme discrimination 000 Ford Foundation grant to
practiced against Negroes and help oppose discrimination in
In TV and radio.
FRIDAY B WORLDDAYOF PRAYER-World; Dyof Prayer other minority groups
for peace throughout the world will be held by Christian broadcasting, advertising and This group will begin moni.
women around the globe Friday with Church Women United entertainment was chargedthis toring radio stations a week
and one from now in 11 Southern
sponsoring the event locally. week by two public cities;
Judy Laverity and Richard Newton were married SaturdayIn private agency, and they are Jacksonville, Blrmlngton'Ala.
Holy Redeemer Catholic Church. TOe bride, daughter of planning public hearings and .; Little Rock, Ark. .; Meridian .

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mitchell,2922 NW 66th Street, graduatedfrom jGt.f. investigations.The Miss.; Charlotte, N. C.;
Miami Northwestern High School. The bridegroom, son \ New York City and the Dallas and San Antonio,Texas;
of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Newton,2779 NW43rd Ter., graduated commissions on Human Atlanta and Columbus, Ga.,
from Miami Northwestern High School. After a wedding State Rights said that public hear- Monroe, La.; and New Orleans -

trip to Nassau, the couple will live in Miami. would begin next week"to .
Congratulations are In order for the three charming ladies determine ings the extent of mi- The director of the church
who were winners at the luncheon honor ing the 1968 Women oft S nority employment in the ad- office, the Reverend EverettC.
held at the Everglades Hotel Tues- mFL Parker said that the stations
Year for the Miami area vertising, radio I television,
day, February 27,at noon,sponsored by Greyhound Lines Inc., stage and motion picture industries "a r e discriminating
the luncheon were against Negroes,both in treating
and the Miami Times.Among those attending ." -
Nell Nash, Elestine Crue,Rose Groves,Anna M. Boozer, MaryJ. Negro issues on the air and
McCoy, Sybil Johnson E mma Summersett,R o x i e Dear, The United Church of Christ In giving Negroes exposure on
Anndell (Bunch) Brown, Irene Pratt,Kate Cooper,Thelma Mc- said that it received a $160-- the air."

Donald, Elizabeth Espy, Mayme Ellllams,Katie Gardiner,Sis
ter Marie Infanta Gonzales, Ann L. Packard, Maude Reid, YourS .dTO
Mable Rogers, Lillian Sawyer, Fran Chambers, Mayme Bond,
Ida Ratcliffe, Maxine Bethel, Lenora Johnson, Ruth Weiss, I
Mary Davis, Marie Brown,Stanola peniston,and China valles, MORE PROFITS & PRESTIGE
(WMBM); Joe Black presented the winners with beautiful silver (

bowls. Miss Olive Alexander, runner-up; Blanche calloway, COULD BE ADVERTISINGYOUR
second; and Ruth North Polite, Woman of the Year.,Joe Black ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEDMrs. .
former baseball star, now vice President-Special Markets BUSINESS IN
Greyhound Lines, Inc., was master of ceremonies.A Cornelia Donathan Mr. and Mrs. Victor Vincent rb. L.
snowbird who is enjoying Miami's winter is Benni Cabelle nounces the engagement of her Williams, Sr., Orange, Vir- t1ciTha11tL.imeCALL; !
of Cleveland. Benni was a little sad when someone removedher daughter Helen Marie Bar- ginia.
dog Fluffy from her car.But good friends helped her track bary, to Eugene Williams.Miss Mr. Williams was awardedthe US TODAY!
her down and she is all smiles now. Barbary is a graduate of Bachelor of Arts Degree by
15 Ave
'Mr. and Mrs. John (Bernice) Gaskin of New York are visit- Florida A & M University and St. Paul's College of Virginiaand 6530 NW
ing Rev. and Mrs. Ernest Talmadge at their 68th Street home. has been employed as a teacher the Master of Arts Degreeby
Margaret Story of New York Jetted to Miami to attend the of English at North Dade the University of Virginia, 691-0421
funeral of Mrs. Mary Jane King. Junior High School for four Charlottesville, Virginia. He ,
Here for the funeral of Mrs.Clara Cooper were Waldell and years. is presently employed as a
Alicia Clinton and son, Waddell Jr., New York; the Raymond Miss Barbary is also the member of t h e faculty at the
Alexanders, Washington, D. C.; and RlchelynCooperNew daughter of Mr. George Alex- University of Miami at Coral
Hampshire. ander Barbary of this city Gables.An tt e'I
What a nice thing to dot Visit your mother on her birthday. Mr. Williams is the son of April wedding is planned.
Jacob Armster of Tuskegee, Jetted to Miami to help his mother a
Mrs. Roger ,Armster, celebrate her 70th birthday.
Friends of Mrs. Irene Brown and her son, Pareese Lanay Gets First Science
enjoyed a double birthday party on Wednesday, Feb.28, at their
home, 2265 NW 50th Street.
Athea Hayling was in Miami last week to visit her dad, Mr. Loan at M-DJC
Edward Wake who is a patient in Jackson.Athea lives In Cocoa

with her husband, Dr. Robert B. Hayling.I First recipient of.a GeorgeC
Mrs. Stephen (Louise) Rolle, Sr. has returned from Nassau o ury loan/ t M mi-Dade
after attending the funeral of her.sister, Mrs. Pearline Barr. Junior College Is Mortuary
Mrs Lucille Harrell of Cocoa was in the city to attend the I,Science major paulette Davis.
funeral of her sister, Mrs. Lila Bows. The 19-year old student, in
Girl Scouts and friends of Scouting of Ixora I and Ixora n her third term at the North I _L5-1;
held a Joint "Thinking Day" celebration at Alia pat tab Junior High's auditorium, Saturday, February 24. Twenty troops and i Clyde Dabneys of Leesburg,
their leaders participated in the International Folk Festival. Fla., where Mr. Dabney is
It was a full house at Louise Thomas's home last weekend. Louise's guests were in Miami for the wedding Mr. Harold !Home. Paulette and her husband r
C. Ferguson and Miss Thomaslta Thurston They were Eugenie 1 Richard; and thir one-
Adderley, Sylvia,Todd and daughter,Camille,and Mrs. Naomi ;year-old daughter, Lisa, live
Eneas. Others who jetted to Miami from Nassau for the wed- :at 5535 NW 6th PI. The$100-
ding were Mrs.Bertha Mae Ferguson, houseguest of Norman i 000 Student Loan Fund was established -
and Myrtle Bullard. Dr. and Mrs.Cleveland Eneas and daugh-I by long time Miami
ter, Agretta; and Mr. Will Eneas were guests of the Columbus :resident George Coury for Mi-

Hotel.In i ami-Dade, Barry College,
ou r city for the funeral of Mrs. Beatrice Bethel were !Biscayne, and the Universityof .
Louise Bethel, Bronx; Lottie Bethel Hanna, Newark, N. J.; i Miami. PAULETTE DAVE
Peggy Jones, FAMU; Jimmie "Scoop" Bethel, Brooklyn and : \ .
Christopher Bethel, New York, N. Y. _
March 12, 1912, the Girl Scouts of America was formed Reynolds Only. Vacationina 1
in Savannah, Georgia, by Juliette Low.
Attorney William Russell of St. Louis, Missouri visitinghis Grant Reynolds, the promi- sunshine. -H
mother, Mrs.. Effie Russell. nent New York attorney who H
Get well wishes to Evelyn RobinsonatChristian; Mrs. Ger- arrived in Miami on Wednes- Grant said that partisan politics -
trude Smith at Cedars; Elizabeth Collins who is recuperatingat day as a guest of attorney is far from his mind
home after surgery at Baptist; Melinda Collie at home; Mr. Henry Arrington, told The while he is on this trip.He said
Edward Wake at Jackson; Euphrates Abbitt at home after surgery Times' city editor JohnA. that he had no candidate, and
at Mt. Sinai; Violet L. Griffith at home; Lucille Hanna at Diaz, an old friend of Reynolds that when he returns for the .1
home. that his only mission August Republican convention
Blanche Carey entertained her Bridge Club along with some for his trip to Miami is to rest, in Miami Beach, he will then
of her friends at the Hotel Everglades on Tuesday do some fishing, and absorbe have a candidate for the presidency
The Dade school system is preparing a circulating display some of the semi-tropical .
dealing with the history of the American Negro. The displaywill
be used in teaching a training program for social studies
Evergreen Murphy hosted the local
teachers next month., Erwin A. Salk, author of "A Layman'sGuide Links chapter of Miami
onSaturday, Feb.24 with all the
to Negro History," will serve as a consultant for the flowers and "hearts, .
fellowship, orchids to Evergreen for a most unique '
workshop at Highland Park Elementary School March 4-8, and enjoyable evening. -
from 4-7
p.m. Link Walton Robinson won the poetic prize. Visiting Link,

THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK CRITICISMOf Bernice Martin won the "Link Bingo," and Link Carrie Mum. Sophisticated selections
: was gifted inhonor of her birthday. Gussie Dobbs is of long formals
course;there are some folks who do not seem to be able that spell dynamite!
to cooperate. Their long suit is criticism destructive and not Choose from many in stock,
constructive criticism,at that.To such would quote the words
sizes 3 to 13.
of Edmund Burke; "Applaud u s when we run, console us whenwe Ladie's World Beauty Salon Priced
from $30
tall, cheer us when we recover, but for God's sake, let us up.
pass on." (Formerly Maggie' Beauty Salon of NW 2 Av. &' 7 St.)
It's a date; Girl Scout Training Course Fine arts conserva-
tory, 327 NW 62 Street, Monday, March 4, 6:30 930 p.m. 4165 NW 17 AVENUE ;g ::
Telephone 444-6554 if you are Interested in working with girlsor PHONE: 633-9201 RES. 634.6126 R
learning more about the Girl Scout.program. "W. Need Your HeadIn Our Business" hire l l .
Bill Wynn, United Fund Director of Agency.Operations has We look forward to seeking our old r
been appointed to a National Special Task'Force on Social well as our new customers customers as LORY'S FASHION EVERYWHERE!
j Planning by the Department of Helath Education Welfare ROSE MARIE JOHNSON, Operator SHOPS .

From Bluefield, West Virginia, Bernice Martin arrived!for' MAGGIE M. HENDERSON, Proprl.tor 6112 NW 7 AVE. EDISON, CENTER
a vacation In sunny Florida
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Stars andFashions .' .

Rho Sigma Chapter of Phi _
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f Beta Sigma, presents "A ,.
,Cavalcade of Stars and Fash-

BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING/ Ions" to benefit the annual I. J \ _

LINE 0 TYPE scholarship fund drive. Thisaffair a !
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director Olive will highlight some of ; f\: d
Alexander's brother Harcourt, after a bedded the popular seasons entertainers.most talented Namely and flszi Iu I I II

illness inChristian Memorial discharged
was -
Jimmie Randolph, Earl Grant
to his home only to be rushed back
and the Gospel Jazz Singers,
to Cedars of Lebanon where he was placedon etc. M1 -
the "no visitors allowed" AffableS.
list. .
This occasion will also pro'
T. Starke Homestead pioneer followedhis
vide the patrons with beautiful i
wife Lucille (Sister) Starke in death by models arrayed intheseason's it ,
nearly three years. After his wife's death in : 'TH
loveliest and most stunning .
1965 he migrated back, to his home state _
creations.A r + _
Georgia where he passed last week . Mrs. "peek" into Spring'sLooking
Beatrice Bethel's funeral cortege' from will
Glass of fashions
Saint Agnes Monday ayem brought down son Louis Bethel from
compliment the most elegant,
New York City daughter Lottie Hannah from Newark, and casual and formal tastes of
grandson James (Scoop) Bethel from Brooklyn.
Mademoiselle and Monsleus. ---- ._. ____ ___.._n .n'n
A gentle sprinkling and inter-
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Dapper Francis Delancy bedded at mingling of men's fashions; The Second Annual HolyRedeemer C.Y.O. King and Quo en Contest was climaxed

home with pneumonia,..The FranklinLola) Clarke's heir lending an aura of quiet elegance by a Coronation Ball on February 23 in the Parish Hall. Pictured above are from

arrived in Christian Memorial February 22Washington's( of fashions left Denise Second Theefunia Adams first 'I
to the gentlemen to right: Sawyer, Runner-up; / Runner-up; I
birthday) . Richard Petty and Marie Verene are now MR and
world discriminatingtaste Alvita Brown, Queen; Augustus Page, King; Escorts Ralph Murray and Kenneth
MRS. The welding is two weeks cold. Nassauvian,William Roundtree. (
Eneas houseguested with the BirbSylvia( )Wallaces last weekend The Hampton House Lounge

. Deputy sheriff Joseph Turner and Frances Poole decided ,
fabulous great
will host this '
that two can live as cheaply as one; so the duo middle- Rev. E. T.
cavalcade. For tickets: Call
aisle-it on Washington's birthday (Feb. 22)) followed by a reception Hampton House, 4200 NW 26th Round Aboutrink
at cousin Isabel poole's
tepee. Ave, Phone 633-0611, Miss GrahamHonored

Barbara Williams, Mrs.
SALT WATER TAFFY: Sympathetic salutes to the Smith and Ernestine Crue or Mrs. Nell
Foster families whose mother and sister Mrs Edith (B-B) Nash. AtRIlpIIOI

Smith, pioneer Miamian, died last early week and was fun- BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL
eralized from Saint Francis Xavier last Saturday ante meridian

. Sybil Ramos convalescing at home from an undertermined BLAZING THE TRAIL . Motoring down to Miami-vla-
illness . Ernestine Henley undergoing an operation in Cedars route (highways)95-301-17-1-Sunshine Turnpike from a start

of Lebanon. . The Alfred (Mabel) Stirrups celebrated ing point in New YorkCity. . With me was big brother Chris
Dade Commissioner -
their 8th February 22 . Virginia Hepburn ill at Jackson County and his two sons, Connie Clarence. . When we left NYC,
Starnes has forwarded
Earl -
Memorial . Pianist-singer Earl Grantiat the Eden Roc'sHarry's the weather temperature there was a warm"45 degrees" . .
400 invitations to friends
American Show Room. and for Traveling through the States of New Jersey,Delaware, Mary-
neighbors a receptionat
land and Washington, D. C., in warm temperture we ran into
his home March 22 for Rev
THE WEEK'S WASH: Don't be too, too surprised if U. S. Graham chairman big snows inVirginia, North Carolina and the Northern part of
Congressman Adam Clayton Powell and the Black Power forces South Carolina . We made stop over in Orangeburg,'South
of the Board of Trustees for
Join in a Congress showdown that could be the biggest news Carolina to look at a town that murdered four college students.A .
the Florida Memorial llege.
headlines in 1968 . The Josh (Claudia) Whites are expect- Dade County's newest four ( city of shame). We spoke with a few whites and Negroes to

ing a June arrival. Their first died three or four months ago. liberal arts college is try and get an answer,but no one understood (even today) what
Mrs. White's second will make Gerald Pratt a proud and happy year happened on that rebellious day when four college studentsall
in its
now halfway through con-
grandaddy . Thelma Dames-Carey confined at home with ( black) were shot-gunned down by S. C.state Troopers .
struction at its site
Jeb Stuart vocalist on N. W.
second-degree burns suffered from scalding hot coffee inflicted popular All the people I conversed with said that they were so proud of
156th St. and Jeune Rd. and
has clos-
on Job Annie MCKinney.stirrup still ailing at home after Memphis', just S. C. State for the togetherness of the black and white peopleof
ed six month will for classes this coming -
car accident decked her two weeks ago. a engagement at( open their state. South Carolina (Uptothatpoint) was a riot free
the in Miami September.
Springs Vff.Loufcge Jeb and his mighty state. (We motored on) . After three days of riding and
SCRATCH MY BACK: Charles W. Drew elementary Head- Reflections band Just opened Construction of a $10,000- seeing beautiful country-side, we arrived in Miami Monday

start teacher Delores Sands in! Christian Memorial minor stand at the Four Kings Lounge 000. campus was begun last morning.

surgery. Should be out by the time you read about it here . (formerly Apache Lounge) on October and Commissioner
Dunbar elementary schoolmarm Mrs Stump (Inez McKinney- Biscayne Boulevard Starnes is on the college advisory GRANDMOTHER BEATRICE BETHEL-MIAMI PIONEER

Dean) Johnson, a cripple at home '. . Add February Birth- Jeb's latest hit recod is"I board. DIED . She was born 87 years ago in Nassau, Bahamas,
days* Charles Young, 24 , Harry Belafonte's recent Hilton Don't Want toLeaveYouDarl- The advent of the college has formerly named Beatrice Gibson, she became the wife of the

Plaza Miami Beach date is reported the highest paid act to ing," which stayed on the been given the support of the late William Bethel. After raising a family of eight children,

ever play there . Stanley Newbold, second vicepresidentof WMBM Super Soul Top 40 for,greater Miami community she arrived (with her family) In Miami in the year of 1919 and
the State PTA and Freddie Jones, Dunbar elementary PTA many weeks. $3,000,000 has been raised took active part in all of Miami's greater progressive projects
prez attended the State PTA conclave in Tampa last weekend. from volunteer sources in the She was a devoted member of Saint Agnes Church

EVERS WINS IN past eighteen months with an (Church of theQueen) . Her eldest son being Elder JamesH.

SWEETS TREATS:. THe Maxwell (Clara) Newbold Sr's son MISSISSIPPI additional $5,000,000 given Bethel of Mt. Pisgah SDA Church, Carol City. A long time
Charles (Chuck) Newbold, down from Gifford,visiting his par from Federal grants and loans to do good,'a time to rest.

ents in Liberty City for two days . Former Miami playboy (continued from page 1)) and $2,000,000 from private

Edward (Buster) Tolliver (now of Harlem) has forsaken the It is the guess of Griffin's banks AROUND MIAMI . Keith R. Tynes in recital at the Union

bachelor brigade for the benedict fraternity. He and a New supporters that the 125,000 SDA Academy, presented by the Bethany Youth Ushers won

York lassie told their troubles to a preacher in Brooklyn. . whites among the 195,000 wide acclaim Feb.24. . Keith is the son of the Arnold Tynes,

The Leroy (Betty Ross) Torrences named him Vincent Roy, voters will combine to elect Dick Gregory 2455 NW 159th Ter., with a great musical ability . That

born February 14 (Valentine Day) in Mount Sinai hospital. Evers' opponent, as the State was quite a surprise party in honor ofVoohees Gaitor Daniel,

Dionne Warwick into the Diplomat April 11. . We hear that requires a majority to win. given by her husband at their Hollywood home, 3821 SW 22nd

Osborne Poitier has his sights set on publishing weekly tab But Evers' supporters,hun- Starts Another Street (He's Warren H. Daniels .. Mt. Pisgal, Carol City and
in Connecticut. dreds of young Negroes and a 1st Ephesus SDA Church of Hollywood presenting a combined

few whites, who worked very, Fast Easter program, April 14, at 1st Ephesus, 22nd St. Hollywood

MIAMI MUSINGS: Former Miamian Little George Kelly down hard for Evers, assembled in . The National Alliance of Postal and Federal workers pre- r

from Harlem to bury his aunt Sheba Hepburn. Kelly, pianist- the Masonic Temple where Fasting is becoming a regular senting their annual dance March 15, at the Bayfront Park

saxophonist-arranger, who once headed his ork here,now plays Evers' brother was slain, and club with which to combat Auditorium, where Mr. Walters (wigswheel! )and Lory'sDressShop
and waves a baton for his new combo that features Clarence expressed confidence in victory civil wrongs with Dick Gregory will help with the intermission Fashion Show Some of the

Williams at the organ; Eddie Isscal on drums; Anna Englishas in the March 12 runoff as he begins anotherfast noted models to appear are: Edwina Clark, Theola White, De-

soloist; with Kelly doing the saxophonetics. The swinging election. this time for,40 days,,in lores Buchanon, Arlene (Bailey) Bethel and Rosa clement.
group is currently a smasherooo four nights weekly at Charley Said Evers in thanking his protest of the war in Vietnam. Extra attraction will be Joan Russell.. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred

Christian's Post House in Huntington, I* I. , Priscilla Mad- Jubilant supporters,"Too long The comedian, who has been Stirrup of 1541 NW 68th Terrace celebrated their 8th Anniversary I
dox and her pet poodle 'Gee Gee' took National Airline flight has Mississippi been denied on many civil rights demon- of married life together .. George Heasties (she's
out Friday post meredian on their return trek home to Brooklyn someone to tell the truth for strations, and antiwar activities the former Gloria Stewart) expecting the stork to bring thema

its people." and thereby has suffered baby girl, come one day in June.Gloria is a nurse at Cedarsof

He continued, "And let me the lost of millions of dollarsfor Lebanon Hospital Margie NlmmoWooten a beautiful

CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Bail Bondsman Sam Siegel's tell you, you've done it the work on stage, radio, and sight Monday morning ..This Is Jimmie (Scoop) Bethel sayIng -
daughter Arlene Slome (now Mrs Arlene Monyek after her American way, with the vote. television, said that from Ash time and tide wait for no man. C-U-NX-WK.

merger to Dr Milton, Monyek Feb.22))an elementary school- No man can poke fun or Wednesday he will take nothingbut

marm at Principalady Clora M. PearsalPs Orchard Villa elementary shame" liquids for 14 days, then

., . Former Miamian Osborne T, Peltier's No. 2, Charles Evers assumed his nothing but water until the end Bowling Alley IntegratedIt
Thelma, and Connecticut State Representative Morris' wife brother's Job as field! secre- of the 40 days
Gwendolyn, wound upa three-weeks visit last Sunday as house- tary of the NAACP after the His wife and his two daughters took the deaths of three Samuel Hammond.

guests of Mrs Artie Richardson of Richardson Mortuary . death of his brother through a will picket the White Negroes from the guns of law Harry K. Floyd, the owner

One newsman deserving of morehallelujahs than he gets- sniper's bullet in 1963. He House from Good Fridayto enforcing agents to make a of the bowling alley, admittedtwo

world's formost and most-informed gossip purveyor of built a political stronghold in Easter Sunday he said. federal court compel the own- Negroes for the first time
scoops, flashes and digs-Walter Winchell. Walter has made the Mississippi River ers of a bowling alley to inte- in the only bowling alley in the

more 'Stars' out of floundering satellites through his nation- counties. population, but there are grate the facility in Orange- small town.

ally-syndicated pillar than any movie director or talent scout Here lies Clalrborne, homeof others in that district with Ne- burg, S, C,
In G ir lywood. He nurtured and cradled the Runyan Cancer Fund AlcornA&MCollegeforNegroes gro majorities Hinds with Two Negroes used the bowlIng Said the owner, "Every-

into a legend and kept alive the sacredness of a great news- with a population of 76 Jackson's population center, alley Tuesday, after a fed- thing is going allrlght. I'm not

paper name Damon Runyon. His paperwork and paragraph per cent Negro; Jefferson, 75 has 40 per cent Negro popula- eral court had ordered its integration about to buck a federal judge's

stylings have been Imitated by more newspaper,novices than per cent N e g r o; and Adams, over which studentstwo order." He was remindedbya

any duplicating machine ever put out by Burroughs That's Natchez, 49.5 per cent Negro; tion.Evers told his young weeks agp staged a demon friend, "Din't you know the

it brother,from your one-man-newspaper, who knows every- and Wilkinson, 76 per cent Ne workers, "This is the beginning stration that resulted in the law before the college students
body and everybody's racket, but who is allways giving some of the end for racism in fatal shooting of three, one were killed because they want-
poor sucker break! gro.These counties have small Mississippi" from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., ed to bowl in your place"

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Opa-locka Child Spacing f fY R. Tynes held his tor for this program,was- also

audience spellbound on last enjoyed by all. Many of those
Saturday night as he exhibited In attendance
Center are still com
superb musical talent. This menting on such fine
The Dade County Health Department should contact the North Mia- young artist charmed his audience by Keith. Miss Blanche Job done
announces the reopening mi Center;telephone 6817453or inaprogmmconsistingof Calla.
way expressed her
of the North Mlamt- the Opa-locka' Neighbor- delight
The Religious
four sections. satisfaction In
Opa-locka night child spacing hood Center, 2338 All Baba section was heartstlrrlngaslt ful artist. hearing the art.
clinic. The first clinic session Avenue; telephone 681-4683. brought unchords from the audience -
will be on March 5 in the North
with songs like "It Keith is the
Miami Health Department Beginning March 6th the son of Mr. and
Takes Everything to Serve the Mrs. Arnold
Center at 14101 NW 8th Avenue health department will add an R, Tynes and an
Lord." Keith's gestures and active member
of the
infertility clinic to its family
Thlsclicic will beheld planning services at the down- -..., 4 41i 4r r" expressions were all indica- Seventh Day Adventist Church
tive that he felt what he sang. Elder R.
every Tuesday night from 6 to town center Hours for this L. Woodfork,pastor'This
8 p.m. in cooperation with clinic are from 6 to 8 p.m. on Other seml-calsslcal and sen- program was sponsored
timental songs were apart of by the Betha
EOPI nYSeventh.Day
Opa-locka Neighborhood Wednesdays. For appoint-
Center. There is no charge for: ments contact the Downtown ..'"- this great night of song. Adventist Youth Ushers
Mr. Daniel Francis,Narra- Board.
this service. '
Center, 1350 NW 14th Street; ; .
Interested men and women telephone 3747702. :''' ....



.iZ tiY" ,I"- ,,- r'.VARgDJTHE ....... -- 6000 NW 7th Ave.

BAHAMAS. All Star Show Fri., Sat.-Sun.

_. t wa .. t.K' k I
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HMS Resolution, first way home from work. A mas- Spring Stripes Up Cinderella leads the Easter j
British neclear submarine to sive search has been under- parade in the horizontal stripe A-line double breasted TOLLIVER' ;
launch a Polaris missile, and way ever since her death, but coat of 50% Avril, 50% Cotton, worn with sleeveless KIM .
which is now at Cape Kennedy, up to this writing no clue lead- Navy dress trimmed with stripe, 65% Dacron, 35% Cot "This Is Soul" ,[: '
will sail to Andros the second ing to the apprehension of the ton. Obtainable at Burdines.
week in March. It will be the criminal has been reported.Mrs. CONTINENTALDANCERS ,,4 w
first Royal Navy ship to operate -
at AUTEC anti-submarine Albertha Bethel, 94, THE SMOOTH ONEs
warfare test range in the died at the Princess Margaret GEE GEE MINNIE
"Tongue of Ocean." It is not Hospital on February 15.She VANILLA ,
likely to call at Nassau. is survived by one son,Samuel.
Bethel, one daughter, Mrs. s LIL "SOUL STUFF"BEAVER
The Montgomery Ward Margaret Johnson, 12 grand- '
branch store in Nassau, discontinued children; 36 great grandchildren 0 "DO RIGHT MAN"
its operation because and five gr.-great grand- u
SHOWS: 12:30:
"the volume businss children.A .
was not sufficient to bring a p t U AND 2:30: _
pro f it ." The branch was in 16yearoldCanadianwasentenced I '1 ii 4 KIM TOLLIVER
business at the City Market on Feb. 15, at Free-
for less than a year. port, Grand Bahama, to six E L I I AI & Jackie
weeks in prison and six
Funeral services were held strokes with the cane. He was I t 17' THE DOG TWINS

Sunday afternoon, Feb. 25,for charged with assault with intent R I 1,' I :r .
the late Hon. Uriah Mcphee, to rape and with moving a I ., FRANK WILLIAMS'
member of the House of As- car without permission of the I f $'}' I"I ROCKETEERS
sembly. The spacious St.John owner. He has been recom- China VoIles ;,.,. .I I
Baptist: Church, Rev A. Pratt, mended for deportation. I BOBBY MARSHALL

pastor, had an overflowing Derick Rolle, 36, drownedat He's Different He's Great .. $ M. C.
crowd including members of Allcevrown, Bimini on Feb. NOW ON SUNDAYS
the House and Senate, and a 10. His VANILLA WILLIAMS
body was pulled from L
cross-section of Nassau in attendance the sea near Government WMBM Radio 1490 D. J..

at the services. Dock policeman said no foul 2 P.M. TIL 7 P.M.Weekdays( 10:001:00 p.m.)
Mr. McPhee, a PLP mem- play was suspected. I
ber, represented the Districtof
Shrlea in the House. His 1

death on Feb. 18, makes it
necessary for at least, a by- NOW
election to fill his seat. NOW SHOWING
Cecilia Joseph, a Haitian SHOWING
was sentenced on Feb. 13 "to
be put to death in the manner A Pill A Day Kept The Doctor Away . ,
law '! for the : 1 1 r
prescribed by I
murder of her twodayoldbaby. BUT NOT

She was convicted by a
Supreme Court Jury after deliberating I:
50 minutes. !

The Judge said that before J : A D 1I For Three Wen The* Civil War Wasn't Hell.
"any application of the sen-
tence" it would first be re- r A It Was
vieded with a viewof leniency.
( Practice!
The 1968 Miss Bahamas will
be chosen on Saturday night, .1 i

May 4th, when the Bahamas 4 : : : ; ;
Beauty Pageant Committee ;
will present bevy of Bahamian g 0y V
beauties at the Para- Y
dise Island Hotel. Applicantsmust I A

be between 18 and 25 .. "
years of age. The affair will :-: ',t .,
be held under the , '
distinguished ". 14 /;:
patronage of the Premierand '\ :''\ : '" ..:......-,
Mrs. Pindling and the U.S. The First Motion Picture : -. ., :: .," ' ', : U11 \ :
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.Ai t Joe Hall, former Dade County Superintendent of Schools, and Miami City
Planet MercuryThe Commissioner Athalie Rangehave been designated the "Radio Man and Woman of the

Year" by station IV/OD/ The selections werq based on "The ,one man and the one
woman who have done the most for our community during the last year," according to
Carver Y's 1968 Mem- citations on the scrolls presented them, and mark the first time W/00/ has ever made
bership Drive reported Tues- such choices. Left to right, .Dr. Hall, Mrs. Range, and WIOD General Manager
day evening new regular and James W. Wesley, Jr.Governor.
gift memberships 0 f$400.

i This reporting market Project Kirk Visits Culmer CenterIn

Atlas' having successfullyr
Governor Claude Kirk's and was particularly Impressed Said the governor there is ;
h d the
c e planet Mercury,
of the Miami with the work of the credit to but from :
the first leg on its "Race to whirl wind tour g no way go "up" I
the Moon." The "Moon" for ghetto area the Culmer Neigh union. this point.
MRS. RUTH N. POLITE JOE BLACKmy Project Atlas is the goal of borhood Center was one of his - -------

Mrs. Ruth North polite, a mother and the late Mrs.J. 250 new membershipsand stops.Center director Arthur H. ,
retired school teacher,was Avery Guyton(Alice--who $3,500. Tuesday evening's reporting King, took the opportunity to
named Miami "Woman of the would both be as very proud ment of represents approximately the attain-one- point out to the governor the THE NEW CAT// I
Year" during a luncheon at and happy as I am this mo- seventh of the announced goalat various aspects of the neigh-
Hotel Tuesday, ment.
the Everglades borhood related machinery of
the of the fourth
co-sponsored by the Miami Two other dedicated civic the center.In .
Times and Greyhound Lines, and social workers of the com- week of the Drive. presenting Governor Kirkto "cz"J ( :
munity receiving Paul Revere the audience in the audi- ne ouHg One"I:
Inc.Mrs.. polite, retiring last Silver bowls--replicas of the Project Director Garth C. torium, King made a capsule ,
larger one presented to Mrs. Reeves indicated that he anticipated I
year from the Dade County presentation of the growth and
public school system after 41 Poll t e--were Mrs.Blanche somewhat of a slow development Culmer Centerin .
years of dedicated service, Calloway, formerly of New start, but that he expects the its three history;
was chosen from hundreds of York City,f it s t runner-up; rate of incoming membershipsto The governor responded expressing @
nominees. and Miss Olive Alexander, pick up and finally mush- his interest and un- O 1Ati
Judges for the award included second runnerup.Joe room in the three weeks remaining. derstanding for the people in
Mrs. Thelma McDonald, Black, former pitchingstar He urges thecom- these deprived areas and
Girl Scout Executive; Mrs. of the Brooklyn Dodgersand munlty to respond generouslyas promising his continued sup- [!!!J [!!J JIl. ,
Mayme Bondu, Miami-Metro now Vice President of the members of the Project port in this direction. He .
Public Relations Agent; Mrs. Special Marketing for Grey- Atlas team step up their efforts praised the work of the centerTOOTHACHE
Barbara Gross, Assistant Director hound Lines, Inc., spoke of the toward the end of the ernie ieL" l 1L!
J of Education EOPI;and: "many women in the communities Drive* March_ 15. d
Mrs. May Dell Braynon, of our nation who so often WMBM Radio 1490
housewife and civic leader. go unrecognized for their fine Why lMt.suns Mu*MAJU.Myt to IfMtfrttaM MtovtN Dt miff tonm that* ,
contributions to family life Director Reeves announcedalso pun *t.H Mrt "fc*I q**rM(**1gNOMRLNARw .
Believing herself only a co- .....----N b....,/M P.M. till 6 P.M. Daily
judge Mrs. polite was social work community rela- that the weekend of March ..
::=.r:, ,
"double-crossed" and tions, the professions and politics .- 8-10 has been declared"Car- ar..J.I., "PLAYS MORE MUSIC THAN ANYBODY!"
through tears of disbelief and ." ver Y Contribution Weekend." =
Joy upon the announcementsaid Sister Marie Infanta,Director For these three days house-
"There are two peo- of the EOPI Day Car Cen- to-house solicitation inthe vicinity r
ple who should here today-- ters at Perrine and Goulds, of the Carver Y has been
organized. Residents in this
area will be asked to donate Tigerama ,
whatever they can, although Y
FBROWARDBRIEFS memberships begin at 300.

L By R. LUTHER BRAYBOY, SR. The donations of whatever c
amount from community residents winners
will be combined to provide -
broward County teachers are not so devoted and dedicatedas Y memberships for boys
the Dade newspapers would have the public believe. They and girls from less fortunate
are as dissatisfied as their counter parts to the South of us. families. The slogan for Car-
They are proving, however, that they do know something of ver Y Contribution Weekend is take home
honor and integrity, something our lawmakers in Tallahasseeseem "Give 'Whatever/ You Can Today -
to know very little of,by keeping their word, not to strike For A Better Community
after successfully securing contract. But do not be Tomorrow."
surprise if they have all walked out even before this is off

the press. No, things are not so rosey in Broward. loot : i'
It is a sad and sick situation in government when such an the
important servant to posterity has to go on strike to securea School Crisis
decent paycheck for services rendered.But such is the
structure of our government and the general attitude of our Topic Of
citizens in the good old U. S. A. .
For some stange reason we have always underpaid our three '.. YqV :
most important public servants Teachers, Policeman, and Sat.rdayForlm : \ ;.
the Garbage collector. God help us if the policeman decide- LOOK' .: I

and on't think'it can't happen- to strike. .. ,,It .
much needed
Carver Ranches Elementary School had some ,. ,
and long overdue repairs completed last week.. Miss Robin- The MinistersLaymen "
son, the head librarian at the school took her fifth grade assistants Voter Registration Committeeof 4...Yr'4 ) :>.
to see'Dr Do Little at a North Miami Beach theatre. Dade County will present a 1,},!
This is a fine piece of entertainment for the little ones. Forum on School Crisis on Saturday Win a Pontiac Firebird! .
Many Browardites have been known to compair loud and bitterly morning, March 2. irf
about the selections of Bert Berry at the Hollywood Win Up Bo $1000 Cash! h ,
manlput myself to the task Members of the State rry .../
"Dog Track. Being a newspaper ._...,.. .', .
of getting the facts.After five consecutive nights of intense ob- Cabinet along with members of Win other great prizes ,. .. 'h : .r."
servation I have to agree with those fans who are so bitterly CTA and the Dade County
disappointed. Brotherl School Board will be on handto
According toMr. Frank Sampson, manager of the Hollywood discuss and answer ques- Play TIGERAMAtJt participating Enco
office of the Florida State Employment service, Broward tions concerning our present
stations;It's just the ticket to win cash
County employment is showing excellent gains, zooming from educational crisis in Dade
a December high of 158,000 to 161,200 by mid-January. Thisis County and the S tat e of Florida 1- or big prizes-
very good news for and about our country.For many worth well over $3000 each!
the uninformed, that part of Pembroke Rd, from State
Rd. 7 East to 195 is known as the "Strip." and rightly so for The public is invited to this No purchase"necessary..
it really swings. Always something going on.. breakfast meettig which will'
For items of interest to our community and county you can begin at 8:30 a.m. Tb3 meet- Humble Oil&R flnln call me at 981.2127 after 7:00 p.m.,please.Tbats all for this ing will be held in Johnson
time so till next time-buy the Times! Hal, 1328 NW Third Avenue.


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 1, 1968 11:

j-:; +. I Cvlmer CommuNity News

y I RECREATION AT CULMERThe ward this direction. If there is Classes were not held last
center continues to not a Block Club in your build- week due to the recent school
provide a variety in-door ing or if you are interested in crisis. The students were disappointed -
activities which Include becoming affiliated with a because. they are
,. table tennis, pool, card-playing Block Club, you may contact anxious to achieve their ulti-
t mechanical gimes, as Mr. Ell Powell I Block Club mate goal. Classes will resume -
well as many others. Special organizer at377-"0525The this week. Mr.E.James,
emphasis: has been placed.on clubs were formed tq be gear the instructor, donating his
developing Softball and track ed towards community action. time free for this worthycause.
teams with the possibility of
participating in the City of Miami The Basic Education Charles North, reproter.
competitions during the
summer months.
There is an increased num-
ber of adults participating in
the activities. The adult LIFE INSURANCEDoesn't
recreational program is gear-
__ ed primarily toward tourna-
; .* 4 ments and the seem-
.. r t h hr ingly has been good. There Cost It PaysLast

is a greater emphasis being

placed on arts and crafts for year life insurance benefit payments in
the adults of our neighborhood.
America amounted to more than $12,000,000-

Block Club activities and

Listings in Who's Who in American Junior Colleges/ 1967-68 edition, will in- participation is good.The club Less than half, $5,200,000,000.99 were for

elude these four stdents from Miami-Dade Junior College South Left to right are: consist of tenants in a building death payments. $6,800,000,000.00 was
who stand for
together a
Vivian Stiles, Geraldine Fortenberry, Perry Miles and David Dukes, all members of defonite goal so far as their paid to "Living Policyholders" in the ,form
the sophomore class. Vivian i is an education major and Geraldine, a secretarial building is concern. They are of policy dividends, surrender' values, disability ,

science major./ Perry and David are enrolled in Liberal Arts. To be nominated for asking and demanding com- payments, mature endowments, and annuity -
Who's Who, students must be attending school full-time and have studied for three plete heating in all apartments
regular terms (with at least 36 credit hours). Other criteria are academic standing, in the central area. By law, payments.
leadership abilities, extracurricular activities, honorable character and potentional landlords are required to install -
leadership for future schooling. heating systems in all LIFE INSURANCE DOESN'T COST IT PAYS
apartments. So far, this has
not been done or anything to-



Tour For $597 DELEGATIONBirmingham

A trip into the jungle tour spent in the Republic of Pana- their witch doctor and their Ala. Ala- LIfE
of the Canal Zone, a day at a ma, followed by the study portion princess has been arranged.Four bama's delegation to the
hacienda high in the Andes, a in Quito,the two-mile high days of sightseeing in Democratic National Conven- INSURANCE COMPANY
visit to an Indian Market. capital city in the heart of the Bogota, Colombia,will includea tion will be integrated for the
These are some of the high- Andes. visit to the famousGoldMuseum first time in modern state his
lights planned for a one-month One weekend excursion will to view the collection of tory. Two Negroes, Joe Reedof
study tour to South America take the group into the jungleto pre-Colombian Indian gold Montgomery 1416 NORTH BOULEVARDTAMPA, FLA.
approved for college credit by see the Colorado Indians craft; and a trip to the Zipa- Shores of Birmingham, became DISTRICT OFFICES STATEWIDE
who paint their bodies with red quira Salt Mine and the famous delegates after the Feb.
Miami-Dade Junior College.
stripes as a protection against Underground Cathedral carv- 24 deadline passed without
evil spirits. A meeting with ed out of a mountain of salt. either drawing opposition.
Sponsored by the Ministro
de Education Publica de Ecua-

dor, the tour gill leave Miami r.(.,
June 16andreturnjulyl5,
visiting Panama, Ecuador and "


addition to sightseeingand g t tr
weekend excursions,there
will be three week s of class r!
room sessions in Quito,Ecua-
dor, resulting in three credit ..
hours upon successful com-
pletion of an examination fol-
gowing the trip.

While the course is designed
for Spanish language students -
courses in other sub-
jects can be offered if a suf-
ficient number are interested. '
Students of art and art history, 1/2 % .. .. :
Inter-American affairs, Latin
America n history and eco- j: 4 "I"
nomics, or political science
would benefit from this pro-
gram. The class in conversa-
tional Spanish, already more
than half filled, has a prere- .
quisite of SPA 102 or two yearsof Two Student Government Association members, "

high school Spanish. Fletcher Paschal, left, and Kelsey Dorsett, right, are
among the Miami-Dade Junior College North students
accepted for listing in the 1967-68 edition Who's Whoin
Total price is $597 per per-
American Junior Colleges to be published this sum-
son, including round jetair 1 'Ci .
mer. Kelsey who is majoring in business administration, ''
tuition -
fare from Miami; college
all is vice president of SGA. Fletcher, a sophomore senator
for the study portion,
accommodations and meals, is enrolled in Pre-Pharmacy. Another student from
transportation, sight- M-DJC North to be listed is Joyce Mitchell, a Pre-
seeing and entrance fees.A fly Health, Physcial Education & Recreation major who received -
her in Arts degree in December.
now pay later plan is available Associate
for those who request it.

A register deposit, of with$50 final is requiredto paymentdue t t+,oyc' WITHOUT PLASTIC CUSTOM FURNITURE MADE ffl Lincoln is YOUR Bank. Use it.'

by May 10. jjj

Those interested, may con- .. CIYITAI OAU4I CUAIMIAVY
tact the Foreign Language Departments LONG lAtTIN J i

Learning Resources Center, HUMOIUU- AIr pp MIAMI
South Campus ,or Room 1254 SNIP AM' rNL a
) UflllAllAUMINUN Ir First fully integrated bank in the entire SouiAttUl-
Scott Hall North Campus. gull ISTIUATIS
lirfitS right here In the Edison Financial Center
AII vim* OAII 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phen 759-4431
rm nun
offers college -
While the tour SLIP COVERS NIGHT
credit, others not inter- EXCLUSIVELY f"
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 1, 1968 13

New Miami Veterans Hospital Opens March 1 Ware 'Denied Appeal Bond;

Dr. A. Tomasulo, Directorof requiring emergency admis- or the- new Miami- Hospital The Hospital's laundry anda Gets 20 Years

the Coral Gables VA Hos- sion on March 1 should reportto during the period March standby force of Engineering Donald Franklin Ware was victions of attempted break-
pital, announced that on March: the Miami Hospital. through March 3. He stated denied an appeal bond Tues- ins and buying and receiving
l,the patients of the Coral this request was,necessary in Building Management and day after he was sentenced last stolen goods.
Gables Hospital will be transferred Dr. Tomasulo requested the order to avoid congestion during Supply personnel will'remain week to 20 years in prison. m court last week he was
to the new Miami vet- cooperation of all relativesand relocation from Coral charged with breaking into a
at the Coral Gables ,Hospital Last Wednesday Controversial -
erans Hospital at NW 16th St. visitors refrain from Gables and the first days of operation : Criminal Court Judge store and Judge Stedman directed -
and 12th the VAH Coral Gables for an indefinite period.
Avenue visiting at Miami. Car ling Stedman revoked an acquittal on that

Dr. omasulo stated that on "..-. lIr . .. ......_, _'M "_. ill]. -L Jj.JI LlJlL! !j.4_. the probation of the 25yearold charge. But, based on testi-
February 16, the Hospital accelerated : ,7. r " "": :';} :' : ' ::t I<,, ,1' .:'" ".:I'<'.'': 1 ;' :J'','.!.tlt'< .; ,:" ex-boxer turned male keeping money that Ware with had crimi-been
the movement of : :} : nurse.
,' ,,' ,nals the revoked
equipment, supplies and per- ,,' < ,: < j judge his'
sonnel into the new facility,in On Jan. 8, 1965, Ware was probation and gave him the
put on probation for five con- stiff sentence.
order to be ready to receive ". .t... '
patients on March 1. The patients ,-' \, ,.'
will be transferred to I
NAACP Walkout
the new Hospital in chartered Supports

City buses contract ambulances L The 65 branches of the Na- withdraw their children from
and litter buses
supplied tional Association for the Ad- classes in schools which are
by Homestead Air Force Base vancement of Colored People "inadequately staffed" by
and the 13th Artillery Group. In Florida, were told to sup- substitute teachers.He .
In order to reduce the num- port actively, the state teach- called the teacher sub-
ber of patients to be relocated ers' walkout. stitutes "scabs and traitors to
the Coral Gables Hospitalis Florida NAACPfieldsecretary the cause of education," ,and
limiting admission to bona Marvin Davies, said asked them towithdraw from
fide emergencies only. In ad- members will be urged to the school rooms.
dition, passes will be issued
from February 9 to March 4 to
those patients whose con-
ditions permit. Any veteran Fm tt
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Industrial Training Centers UrgedTo a1C P RT g

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Train Unskilled PoorAccording DOES EYERYTNINGI MwlW

A wu, w
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to a survey made Florida and the Panhandle and untrained Floridians, the There is a disagreement, Sews II Zippers, ?!i i
public in Tallahassee last about 24.3 per cent in South study showed. the experts said,between state Brttim, Sups, r .
week, nearly 24,000 jobs are Florida. "The 'native sons," especially education officials and indus- Hub. Entrilfcrs, :
going begging in Florida while The areas with the largest the youngsters just try managers about the effec- 1:
1.5 million people are poverty numberof poor people have the out of school, find it virtually tiveness of vocational training B!-Zt; laws ill
stricken. find the being offered in high schools. ClilU Witt MafiCictiu JO
most available industrial jobs, impossible a job, I )
the specialists said. team found. "This is becausea Education contends the itUtkneitEASY N yi ; I r1i+
The More experienced and older high school diploma, with an graduates are accepted by industry TERMS
report prepared by a AC cr DC
team of specialistsfrom workers are coming to the academic background, is not and have no difficultyIn ABBEY DOMESTIC
the manpower General Electric Co. state and taking the jobs from qualification for skilled Job.STONE'S .' obtaining" workrelatedjobs 15982 NW 27th Yei Call How 625-1261
they said."On the other
for Gov. Claude Kirk's Officeof 7
hand, industry claims that the ...
Economic Opportunity,said vocational trained high school J43 HOME DEMONSTRATION
the solution to this "skills "
INCOME TAX, graduates are not job-ready. NO OHIftATIQM IP YOU DO NOT JUT
gap" is a new type of indus-

trial training college..
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Serving the Miami area for, over 15 years at

Most of the people who are 100 NW 4th AVENUE

unable tofind work,it said,are
Florida-born residents, and $3.00 $6.00
the state's public school sys-
Open every day except Sunday 9-1 & 4.8
tem doesn't seem to be able to
help them. Sundays 9.1WOOLWORTH'S LL' k ;.

The experts said that th
greatest need is in Central ,I
Florida, andSanfordNavalAirstation Let Us \ Have Only
could serve as the new
industrial training center. One MonthlyOut
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fice of Economic Opportunity,
said other studies are being I':
made to see if the Sanford base v.
can be turned into a college- '
sized training center where 4z' ,
&tht lij$ U k4S3Current >
students can be taught employable -
skills in courses ranging
from six weeks to one year.In .

the specialists their two-month found survey that, I Complete Bank FinancingApproval

Florida is leading the South-
east in growth and develop- h t

ment, yet it has as many poor t in 1 Day
people now as it had in 1960-- ,
about 1.5 million.

Bad Credit M Creditor
In Central Florida about -
31.2 per cent of the workforce
want to establish your redit in Miami
is earning less than $3,000 a

year, they said, compared to
about 29.2 per cent in North


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 1, 1968 15

Poverty Election Has Racial OvertonesBy This, Is Where The Jobmobile Is

March 4, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30: Avenue Grandwayparkinglot.
JOHN A. DIAZA ceived votes from both Negro Evans, and Rev. E. J. Sheppard Dr. Williams accepted his p.m. 3200 Douglas Road near March 7th. 7:30 a.m.to4:30
local election that you will and white members of the office with no hard feelings and recreation center. p.m. NW 14th Avenue and 64th

hear about for a long tme Is Board. But there were indica- Said Father Gibson, "Theyare philosophically summarizedthe March 5th, 7:30 a.m.t04:30 Street. Liberty City Community
remark. Center
the one held Tuesday,when Dr. tions that some of the Negro going to say after this election with this p.m. S. W. 62nd Avenue and 64 March 8. 7:30 a.m. t o 4:30
H. Franklin Williams was re- members thought that all of afternoon that Theodore Gib- "I think. itwas a sign of pro- Ter. Near U-Tote-M Store. NW 158th Street and 22nd
elected president of Dade's them should have voted for a that able to dis-
son is part of the white estab- gress we were
March 6th, 7:30 4:30 Ave. Across from First Bap-
Negro to be
after turbu- president of an organization it "
poverty program
lishment and an Uncle Tom I cuss freely.
p.m. NW 54th Street and 12th tist Church, Bunche Park.
lent oratory outbursts in which whose chief objective don't care about that, becauseI
race was Involved. is the alleviation of the lived during a time when I
There were two outstanding Negro's economic plight. was the most radical Negro in
candidates for the presi- Matthews was re-electedas this community"

dency of the Board of Direc- board secretary after the Backing Matthews, Gordon { A! N ;
tors of the Economic Oppor- election of Williams as presi- said, "When we can make a
tunity Program, Inc. EOPI, dent. transformation in a normal,
attorney James Matthews and easy way, this is going to makea
Williams vice presidentof sup-
Dr. ,
better community. It is important ,,
the University of Miami.A porting Matthews for the
for the white
people of 1't' '
presidency o f the Board
move to replace Dr. Williams School Board Member were Jack this community to make the
with Mr. Matthews fail- overtures."
Gordon Miami City Commis-
ed when the Board members
sioner Maurice Ferre Said the
; Judge Reverend Cou-
decided on a secret ballot bya
Donald Wheeler Jones sin "Would it be harmful
;George to
vote of 22 to 14 for Williams.The .
Kilpatrick. Supporting Williams break with tradition? The Ne-
debate was not emotional among others, were gro has perpetually played -
nor was it racially par- Father Theodore Gibson, second fiddle. He wants to fLocked
tisan, for both candidates re- David Fleeman, General E.A. play first fiddle some time."

I President Johnson Prods In Showdown On

Civil Rights MeasuresWashington
D. C, n Presi- of redress." American citizenship::
dent Lyndon B. Johnson called Senator Hart is leading the --- the right to vote,-- to
for immediate action toward floor fight for the measures go to school, n to obtain a job Out Students Form Study SessionSchools
"equality as a fact, as well as which in the words of Presi-
n serve as a juror, -- and
remain closed for this of students during the education crisis
an ideal, In America" as the dent Johnson conscienceand to use public facilities."
Senate headed for a showdown reason insist that it be The President continued created by the teacher walkout, but Instead of wasting time waiting for the impasseto
fight on civil rights Monday.In passed." "There should be no question: end, they organized themselves into a study group. A schedule was worked out
a letter to Senator PhilipA. The President wrote: "In about the exercise of these and the kids conduct their own classes from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. with a half hour snack
Hart (D. Mich), the Presi- one title of the pending legis- fundamental rights. There break. They are using the conference room in the Miami Times building.
dent wrote "From every lation, we seek new and clear should be no doubt in anyone's Represented in the group are 1 llth graders from Central, Northwestern, Jackson,
moral and practical stand- authority to punish those who mind that their exercise is and Miami High schools. Shown clockwise around the table are George Rock, Leola/
point, these measures are would use violence and intimi- protected by law against those Alford, Joe Thomas, Gale Coachman, Garth Reeves, Jr., Rosalyn Smith, Farley Neas-
necessary. The wrongs they dation to prevent others from who would use force to deny man and Karen McCray. Absent when the picture was made were Stephanie Frederick/
address are urgently in need exercising the rights of them." Nathaniel Vaughns and Cliff B. Edwards. Johnson of Miami photo.

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BILL McBRIDE Model City Is People's Program 1,111

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m 1 Last week we described Model City area as a low t '
::::::: income, predominatly residential area containing a I
:;:;:;: mixture of neighborhoods ranging from those containing -
::::::: $30,000 to $40.000 single-family homes to hard-
;: core slum and blight areas--in many instances, only ::1:::
;;;;::; om block apart. We also took note of many of its mul- ::::::::
;::; titude of social and economic problems. mm;

:;: Some years ago, in an unplanned effort to cope with :::;;::

::::::: the Negro population explosion, the "powers that be" :::j:1:
;:::::: set aside certain areas of Dade County"for colored." NW I
;:;:::: Two such areas are included in the' Model City area: r. ::::::::
'::::::: Liberty City and Brownsville. The Brownsville area is 1\1f1\

:::;:;:; wholelyiin the unincorporated area a place that was .'..............
:::::::: "way out" only twenty years ago. Liberty City lies on
::::1: the northwestern boundary line of the City of Miami. t t1j\\1j

;::::1 When this portion of the unincorporated area was ::1:::;
::::1: originally subdivided and platted, it was not "limitedto .:::::::
'::::::: the Caucasian race." Negroes had difficulty getting .MANGAS QUARTERS; THE GOODBREAD ALLEY OF BROHNSVILLE mm
:::::;:: building permits. As the population began to mush- :,';';';'
;::: room, private entrepreneurs were quick to recognize and much traveled Northwest 22nd Avenue containing From where I sit, if the present code is so lax as to ::1:1::::1
':::;::: that there was gold in them there pines and palmettos 13 frame shacks measuring only 9 x 13 feet. This permit these blighted areas toremaininexistancethe, :::1:1:::
:::;::: and began to buy property at almost give-away prices writer called attention to this disgraceful situation in Dade County Model City Program which was concieved ':::::: :
,:::;::: with an eye on getting rich by providing housing for March of 1966 and was informed by the Metropolitan to rid the area of such blight, will stand little chance of ::;:::f
::::::: Negroes. Minimum Housing Department that these shacks did becoming more than a pretty picture and a well told ::;:;::
i1::1: In order to squeeze the maximum profit from each meet the prescribed standards as outlined in the. then story. We simply can't afford to let this happen to such :::::::
::::::: piece of land purchased, they built two, three and four recently adopted, Minimum Housing Code and the own a badly needed and well meaning program.Hence,this ;:::::
::::::: story buildings which seriously overcrowded the land. er would be allowed to rent same for human habitationas writer feels very strongly that all concerned should '::::::i
::::::: As the demand for this housing grew higher rents were long as they were occupied by only one person and stop now and take a long look at the present code and :::::;::
::::::: demanded leading to present crucial conditions, not no cooking could be done on the premises. Now, we'll take the necessary action to strengthen it where necessary ::::::::
;:::::: only of overcrowded land but overcrowded units(some have to ask if there is anyone around with a mind so in order that this program will be able to attain 1 1 1
::::::: families double up in one apartment in order to pay the Juvenile that they could possibly believe that these so its goal of transforming this area into a desirable city ::::::::
::::::: rent), In addition to the multiple-family "concrete called restrictions are being lived up to?it goes with- with a sense of both external and internal identity ::::::::
::::::: monsters" which were built for low-income Negroes, out saying that rules and regulations have very little Next week we'll take a look at the schools 1 in the :::::;::
:::::::' white developers squeezed 25 foot lots out of land they meaning if they are not enforced. Model City area. ::::::::
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::: : and the - ----- ----'" --
:; :: owned without fear of nonexistent regulations : 5
:::: "don't care" attitude of City and County officials,built ,,;, ., .". s :
::::::: the liS hot g u n" shacks which are continuing to bringin }. III:!
::::::: the money while casting blight on the landscape and
::::::: causing many serious problems in the Brownsville and "
:;::::: Liberty City areas.
1 ;: One such group of shacks, standing out like "sore
::::::: thumb" in the Brownsville area is the group commonly 1 1
:::: shacks
;:: referred toasthe"MangasQuarters74frame
::::::: situated on 3.8 acres bound on the west by Northwest
::: 26th Avenue; 25th Avenue on the east; Northwest 48th 4 L Fr1 1111'jm 1111'\\
::::::: Street on the South; and extending just to the north of !P I LMJ J
:::::::: Northwest 49th Street. These one and two bedroom
;:::;::: shacks are reported to rent from $14.50 to$20.00 per
: ;1 week; and were often referred to by their now deceased - m
::;::::: owner as "The Philadelphia Mint." ::::;:: .

:1 m Another pocket of blight which, from where I sit, lJ
:::::::; makes All-A merican Dade County look Un-A merican is
:::::: the 100' by 100' lot located at Northwest 60th Street ||
fm Photos by Johnson of Miami. f:;;:1

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16 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday March 1, 1968

AJC Says Reverse Sick. .. -- -i Pindling Says No Income . I

Mood Of DefeatPhiladelphia. Tax, No /Independence

thority has been the subject of of my government's current 1\1\
Use in the fields of housing development Nassau, Bahamas.- Pre and consultation program." This, the Speech
dirc- gross product for new jobs, fore intensive
mier 0. Pindling
evident -
tor of the American Jewish, housing development and economic ; public education, cast continued economic and with expert sources, including said, will be particularly .It\'.;
Committee's urban affairs development. This small business development, social development for the Bahamas the Bank of England in In the vital tourist industry -

program this week called for a tangible pledge goes long way ethnic self-help development, and emphasized his recent months. which must have the sup- .:
and the Infusion of social the Throne port of "every person in the
reversal of what he termed the to changing the current moodof government's plans for major The Speech from
"sick, defeatist and masochistic despair. It would also inject science and human relations stress on education and the detailed a number of projectsin Islands to make" our visitors
mood that is sweepingthe billions of dollars in the fight concerns into the physical re- tourist industry.In utilities, social 1 servicesand feel welcome.
country on the question of against slumlsra. planning of our cities." the Speech from the communications in which The government also will
introduced. continue to seek "to encour-
what's going to happen in our "The test of whether we are Throne (Feb. 21)), read by Gov legislation will be
To do this job well, the planning," the age investment and the growthof
cities. accomplishing anything in our Sir Ralph Grey In accordancewith "
called local Jewish
speaker on careful international commerce,
Irving M. Levine, directorof cities will be when we use our tradition, the ruling Progressive text read, "based on
communities to utilize the best be the keynote the text said.
research is to
of ,
the AJC's Department scientific systems approachesto Jewish professional, scien- Liberal party pro-
Education and Urban Planning, target in on our most dis- tific, academic, and communal gram for the year flatly made
speaking before a city-wide affected populations and offer brainpower. "This of two major points: There will
leadership conference spon- them not just high sounding not be an Income tax in the Ba-
experts Mr. Levine said,
sored by the Jewish Community programs, as worthy as these "does not now play an effective hamas, and the government"does 1. JSP 'CIAL! .
Relations Council of Greater might be, but whenwe also develop not intend to seek inde-
role in Jewish communal
Philadelphia at the Phila- from Great Britan.*
a way checking pendence
thinking and we need them bad-
delphia Fellowship Commis whether that program has a ly." In the area of finance, the Restyle Mon.,
sion, said, "U the best we can delivery system which makes Speech indicated that tax reform -

.. get from our leadership are the same kind dramatic impact Founded in 1906,the American would be limited to a sub- Tues.
promises of two equally hor- on people's lives that so- Jewish Committee is the property tax and to changes in 4- Wed.
rible options, riots and repression cial security does." pioneer human relations certain fees and licenses.The

maybe we ought to agency in this country.It com government also said plans a orvey Only $3.88
just fold our tents and slip "You've got to deliver the bats bigotry, protects civil monetary authority as a sequelto Mrs. N
into the mist of history" goods on at least a monthly basis -
away and religious rights of Jews the devaluation of the pound
Mr. Levine called for an immediate and it's got to be as tangi- here and abroad and advancesthe sterling in November 1967. EXPERT STYLING &
and wellcoordinatedfour ble as more money in the pockets cause of human rights for The Bahamas did not devalue -
month pre-summer driveon of the poor," Mr. Levine all. its currency.Such an au- CLEANINGALL
the part of mainstream said.

America, which he character- The AJC'surban affairs CREDIT CARDS HONORED

ized as "big government, big specialist called on the organized Dr. King And His StrategistsLeft _._: : .:.:.:':.:.:.:-:.:.:.:.:.;.;;.;;.;.;.;.;.;.;...;.;.....;..'..;..............
business, big labor, bigreligion Jewish community to
bi g civil rights, and big 100f HUMAN o Now
accelerate their activities in \)
communication" at the Miami With Plans For
very the urban field. Mr. Levine an- Vp' .sINS
least to begin to get the American nounced that the American HAIR WIGS $18.85

people thinking about options Jewish Committee had in the

power.other than pillage and police past year completed some "Operation Breadbasket"Negro 100% HUMANA* \\

"any Mr.nation Levine which asserted raised that its, twenty that significant are capable urban of replication projects versial Taking step the in his most civil contro-rights churches homeowners in the nation's capi-and HAIR WIGl TS $2NS $6.95

natioal 50 by other community or- career, Dr. King and his tal to arrange for the board and
gross product by
billion dollars, as we did last ganizations.The scores of supporters and ad- keep of the poor people. 100% HUMAN \) o
visers, white and Negro, left For participants in the demonstration \-
year, must be kidding when it AJC representative
says it doesn't have there- suggested that Jews, being a Miami last week with his"Op- Dr. King has as his HAIR FALLS V $INS $29.95.V.V.V.V.V.W..V

sources to do the job for our small community and increasingly eration Breadbasket" plansfor aides Rev. Walter Fauntroyin ". X X<%V.V.V.!V VAV.V.AV.>.V.V.V.V.V.V;<>;
cities." suburbanized,cannot and his Washington April dra- Washington;.Rev. Ralph Abernathy -
matization of the plight of the Hosea Williams and HARVEY'SWIGS
flU we're worried about too should not do everything that
much Negro. other leaders, to recruit, organize -
government spending, Protestants and Catholics
The closed meetings of the and train for the
he added, "the 50 top corpora- might be called on to do. people
ministers and other civil demonstration.The .
tions in America can in a non- "Jews," Mr. Levine asserted -
rights leaders were held at the theme of the campaignwill
inflationary way pledge at "should 'do their
least five per cent of their thing' by, applying their exper- .,hew Sherato for five Four days Ambassadors during-- racial be for the poor, not 4419 NW 17 Ave. 633-9378

which time Kino's fourth ma-

jor demonstration, a 3,000-

Asks For More Park member Poor People's Campaign -
I SpaceFor in the nation's capital,
two months before the Demo-

Urban Renewal Area crats nominate their candidatefor WIGS
the 1968 election, was
The Miami Housing Authority's -
build a community for recrea-
Dr. King said that he expected -
former chairman, tion and civic affairs, too. a satisfactory BELOW WHOLESALE
response PRICES
Martin Fine, appeared before Planned for the first renewal from Congress after the dem-
the Miami Commission
City area are about 1,555 -'
onstration, inspite of the fact
Thursday to ask that more ::
housing units for low income
that the
daily in
park space be purchased in i thefirst families. Fine said that the come parts ofthecountryhavementioned newspapers iI WIGLETS
urban renewal area.
largest single parcel of land that
Dr. King plansa
Attorney Fine said that the
approximate 10 acres set devoted to park space is less shanty town in Washington, 100% human hair from
aside for than five acres. Dr. King hopes to influence ---
open space is inade- #
quate. The entire area is 96 .. '_: I $6.95M6S
acres. .,. ..,.. :))
Mr. Fine asked the city and h4f7' I
civic to buy more land and .. illffAIR: / DOESH'IG: Owrl

,, I ,. ... r' '
,DANDRUFP? 4 bj't $18.95
Girl Scout of l" ,J. ',ITCHY'SC: le! '\ . all top quality human hair
"-"l1i i' ;
Year SalutedRecently I ,, Ie,. ,c;c, /i ,,',-J G"I Al ::' r I : COMPLETE WITH WIG

:'J 11.\; ". ...... -' 'f.,\" ..''..:..':\ ,>;'""" ,',,;':i.ii;/.1;!''YjY.1 i') ,.It.,"..,,. ) ................... BOX. AN D HEAD
Troop 409 had its .. .' ;',1: t' !i'Ji: '\:' v
!\ .," ... ;1 .iyI"A; : ).';\ ; '
; /
. '. !:
annual awards program to ..:. :' ,..UER"n.'t' /iE'1I,':/\S' I u. Eue.i, .
honor the "Girl Scout of .n..w.'iW.. fALLS
the Year." This year's recipient 'O'I J" ; .
it i
is Miss Diane Dyes, the . ; I 100% human hair from
ford daughter Dyes.of Mr and Mrs.Clif- QSE . i\i0f\ t'

During the past year Diane : .,OB'BI." .. . :." ,: "i... .. .$29.95WIG
: . ) : :;: .
gave outstanding leadershipand ..... :
service to her troop, : 'b"DIT': i "{t"G'E/ :

school, and community. Re- ". ., ,' '. . . ',i .. .
cently Diane was selected to :GlJ A'RANIE'EQ,'t.Q': ','( LP., represent the Girl Scout Council :\YOUf.MO\ 'f8AC .' ,:/t(: < :
,, .; : .
.. '
of Tropical Florida at an '. ..
... .
all State Encampment to be : /: ,: : :" ''' : '. : ') ..,i1 1;....: WIGS BY
held at Nantc ha la National :' 'U..B. (1. .i
( $ j. . . ;. .
Forest, North Carolina, this .' '. .

summer from June 19-29 We .1 'sJgife' : .' *at'' tt." .:.tq.,. .',',hll. pe...: tCJ'rae.. ;: < \; K twt'' :
i ;;v - ${ '
to know represent that she her will troop do her,school best jJnagI( tfaruiK tYjJQ"I s t I U.I'pl' i jJi!
and community at this en- ,:: ;! < i ifH lr/,,.at'i;. urJ,; iHt: '

campment.Other members in the troop 'beoufy: ,,sofon. or '#00;- i br : :/;;;?;:,- 6011 NW 7th

received medals certificates n'It5' ()"'.. : : Ave. \
or ,A, )hr. M'Q"t JuP: 'r. ; .
for their outstanding

services given to their pa- :rr'j'mp'le rgj.\pl.E: ''S'lso' : 751-6521
: ;
Miss Elizabeth Jones is I I .. '; '... .... 'Lh.h.p.. ;. QWER, ,-,
troop leader.


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Book Published 4 "
;::: WILBUR COLEMAN :::: Rights .:j LAIEI1 P

.':::i'';::44:::::::....:::..:::.,r'.V......:.,....>:.::YOUTH:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.RESPONDS:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:':':':':':::":':':':':':':':':.:.:.:.:.:.:.:1iI Can a wife sell property in Dade County Bar Association, \ V, BY TONI SMILEY

Florida without her husband's he has served the Florida Bar
While reading last weeks to recognized usage. The pro- signature? . Can a parentbe Association on its Committeeon Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Williams of Fort
1 Came across a columnSh .per way is decided by theGreat held responsible for Domestic Relations, in ,.Auderdale. Mr. Wayne Williams was wed to the former Miss
which I could not help but White Father.Any other way Is damage done by her child? . which he is well-known as a :Loretta Jones daughter of Mrs. Pinkey Jones also of Fort
disagree. it seemed to all but wrong. So here we are-no Can a husband disinherit his lecturer and recognized :lAuderdale. The reception was held at the bride'shome. I
overlook the views of the youngnecDleofwbichltreferredtoo. history, no last name; no wife? . Is there such a thing authority on this subject.J 'night also add that Mr. and Mrs. Williams were high sschool
memories of peace only thoseof as common marriage in Florida Eve r y aspect of the often
At this time will do my bestto bitterness and pain. Lost, ? confusing picture of" Floridalaw The Northwest Branch Young Men's Christian Associationis
bring to light their way of no identity with anything real These are some of the high about women has be en urging all citizens interested in the youth of the community
looking at the matter. or with anything that has any ly important questions about covered in this useful and ex- and their well being to please contribute to the YMCA's 1968
For every action there Is a meaning. Being White is being the legal status of women in pert book Mr. Butter discusses Membership Drive which comes toacloseonMarch 4th. Contributions -
reaction. This Is called the law right. But we are not white,so Florida answered in a clear, annulment, divorce, may be mailed directly to the Northwest Branch located
of cause an Effect. This Is a does that mean born black we practical authoritative book, custody of children, adoption, at 408 NW 14th Terrace, or phone 5232444.
fact of life. A riot is only a must fall on our hands and just off the press for Hurri- separate maintenance, wills, The Sweeting Foundation Fund Inc. presents Fashions of the
reaction, not an action. Riotsare knees and beg for what has cane House Publishers, Inc., transfers oi property, home- Times starring O'Neil Fashionettes of Miami.The affair is tobe
the same as accidents: been called our "Civil a Miami publishing firm. It is stead rights and similar topics held in the Dwight Rogers Room of the Governors Club Ho-
they don't just happen they Rights," but what is really our Legal Rights of women in and has used actual Floridacase tel: located at 236 South East First venue, Fort Lauderdale, on
are caused. If one tries to, or human rights? Please forgiveus Florida, $2.95, written by Stephen histories illustrate his at 8 until? Donation$3.00 in advance,
desires to stop the accident, for being uneducated, you H. Butter,a Miamiattor- points. His glossary explains Saturday March ,All donations p.m. are tax exempt pickets; may
one does not pass a law saying had nothing to do with it. clearly all legal terms. This $4.00 at the Washington Park Pharmacy located at 1427
there will be no more acci- Please forgive us for being ney.Mr.. Butter earned his is the first attempt to present be purchased Northwest Branch YMCA 408 NW 14th Ter-
dents it would be'better to black, it was all our fault, we batchelor of business admin- plainly and definitely all the NW 6th Street, the Photo Studio 1050 NW 6th Street.
remove the cause of the ace i- all chose it. If you dolt let us istration degree in corporate legal matters which concern race and Mizell's f Pediatric Care Center Is spon-
of Directors o
eat in your eating places and management and his legal degree Florida women. The Board March 31,
dent s auction Sunday afternoon,
to school}..with will of at 900 soring a "Right to Live' ,
If I you cut your finger, firstit go you, we from the University Mr. Butter resides
hurts,then it begins to bleed. take you to court. Miami. He is a member of the Bay Drive Miami Beach and at the Galt Ocean Mile
Let us consider or comparethe So now we bleed. Young Family Law Committee of the his law offices are located on The Youth Employment Program provides students with jobsto
two. The injury 400 blacks began to realize that American Bar Association. Lincoln Road Mall, Miami give them enough pocket money to stay in high school. YEP
years of Caucasion Power and being black is not a mistake. Besides being a member of the Beach. needs local employers willing to give thse students parttimejobs.
rule. A social structure domi- Being born black is as good as If the program is successful no federal funds will be

nated by the i r philosophers, being born white. They learn Tom Washington Back needed Contact Tom Burke at 525-2772, extension, 308 after
social organizers, adminis- of a black history which has 2:30 p.m. weekdays and Saturday mornings.

trators, theologians and gov- been hidden walk and with they their are On WMBM Lily Day will be held on Saturday, March 9, for the bene-
officials (both local proud. They
ernment Seal Clinic. lilies will be on sale in all
fit of the Easter Paper
heads and chest standing
and national). 'l11esepeople
voice of the communityis in Broward County.
The areas
off of their major shopping
demand and enforce out.They come
decide, talk show.Tom wants Broward General Hospital Social Service
beaten a type Jean Varcoe of
to their demands by knees saying when I am
obedience When all of his old and new friendsto Office was rcently married and is now MRS.Lefean. congratu-
lawful means (they also decide please feel sorry for me.
him each and every
We all I am mistreated please see to join lations Jean.
what is or is not law.) ,
to 9 of directorsand
Sunday night p.m. The United Fund of Broward County's
Miss it that things get better. This
know these people as:
p.m. Where they can talkaboutour Governors has elected Emerson L. Allsworth, Jr. chair-
Great is When they are hit
The no more.
Ann; Mr. ; at the Allsworth suc-
community, man for the 1968-69 United Fund Campaign
White Father etc. .they hit bac k. When they are {
r same time do something for ceeds Robert C. Abel, Jr. 1967-68 chairman.
kickback Why
Second is pain. Lost of face; kicked they Y
of pride; of honor; of dignity. do they riot you ask?What ask our community.Tom Jerry Lang comes to the Broward County Opportunitycenter -
Should someone call you is why do you not join them. says "As a citizen of as the new director Mr.Lang received his masters degreein
black-you are ready to fight. "Why stand we here idol, is our town, and one who has its Rehabilitation 1S58. He was on the workshop staff of the
If the same person had said life so dear and peace so sweet best interests very much at Federation of Handicapped in New York and coordinator of
how light you are becoming, that we may be purchased at heart, won't you help to make work opportunities for,mentally retarded. For three years he
you are pleased they are indeed the price of chains and this program one of. the best served on the staff of the National Association of Sheltered
a true friend. We should slaves?" That was the note :, talk show's in town. Workshops in Washington, D. C. before coming to Broward

only use "correct" English that was the start of this na I .Phone.. calls accepted duringair County. Mr. Lang and his wife,Alicia,will live in Palm Beach

(speak like the White man).We tion. Which will come first time 758-5573.. .., temporarily.FRANKLIN'S.
should conduct ourselves in "Liberty or Death." Tom Washington ,has returned "'
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18. THEMIAMI TIMES{ ,, Friday, March 1, 1968 ALBERTEllis

family of the late In memory of our dear father Ave. died Johnson Feb. 22., 615 Among NW 3rd his ,
husband ,
CARDS MEMORIALS DUTHS I II RONALD E. HEPBURN, SR. grandfather and survivors are sisters, brothers -

who died Feb. 11,1968,humbly WILLIAM G. ROBERTSwho a dear friend, Mrs.

acknowledges the many departed this life Feb.26, Hattie Gregory, godchild,
-- deeds expressions of sym- A r z e 11 Lewis. Funeral services -
pathy shown in the form of were held Tuesday from

CARDOF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe visits, cards, letters,prayers When through the desert Israel the chapel.

and floral pieces bestowed went, William Doles,Jr., 7510 NW

family of the late, family of the late family of the late upon us during our hour of be- With manna they were fed, j 14th Ct., died Feb. 22. Amonghis

ANDREW DESHAY reavement. Our Lord invites us to his j survivors are wife, Mrs.

Special thanks to Rev. L.A. flesh, ]Lillie Muse Doles, mother

j' who departed this life Feb. 10, Thompson, Temple Baptist And calls it living bread j Mrs. Eliza Doles;three sis

1968, wishes to express gratitude Church, Love and Charity jI I ters, Mesdames Juanita Ca-

and thanks to all who help Lodge New Temple Taber- Romalia H. Roberts, wife ,son, Acola Doles, Cassandra

j; ed to make our grief less hard nacle Lodge No. 57 order, children and grandchildren. Beverly; six brothers, Lester,

to bear during our recent be- Light of the Morning Lodge No. I Oscar, Mosely, Jeremiah,

> reavement. Your cards, telephone 135 Order of Good Samaritans, Hezekiah, and Malachi. Funeral -
calls, florals, and other n Francis Funeral Home, our CARD OF THANKS J services were held Tuesday -

acts of kindiess will ever linger many relatives and friends. at Mt. Zion Church.
with us.Special We sincerely feel that wo were The family of the late
Antonio Broussard 3515
thanks to Rev. W.J. not alone during our momentsof MARY JANE KING ,
NW 213th St. Opa-locka, died
Macon and the members of heartfelt
sorrow wishes to express
Feb 22. Among survivors
First BaptsIt Church, Opa- Florence E, Hepburn, thanks gratitude and thanks to 1 Broussard six brothers
M- ..- ... - -a locka; neighbors of 21st Ave.; ..- ---. _.-.--- mother neighbors, friends, and every- seven sisters.; Funeral services ;-
his minister, Rev D.A. Brad- one for expressions of -
MRS. SARAH HICKS LILLIAN VICTORIA George E. Hepburn, Sr. sympathy Wednesday from the
who expired January 27, wisht ley, deacon and choir of Mt. WASHINGTONwho father shown during our bereavement Church of the Kingdom of God

a acknowledge with grateful Carmel Baptist; the doctors George E. Hepburn, Jr. in Opa-locka.
. appreciation the kind expressions and staff o f Veterals Hospitaland departed this life on Feb. brother Special thanks to Rev. S. A.

E of:sympathy,which help- the Albert Funeral Home 1, 1968 wishes acknowledge Albert G. Hepburn, brother Cousin, his assistant, Rev.F. Mrs. Ada Bell Cuthsburt,

ed to ease our sorrow at the for their efficient service thanks and appreciation for all Ethel L. Hepburn, sister J. Hicks, other associate 1728 NW 56th St,died Feb.21.

l+ time of our bereavement. kind acts and sympathy given ministers, members of Greater Among survivors husband,
Special thanks to our pas- Mrs. Alma Deshay, wife and during our hour of bereavement -r Bethel AME Church and to Edwin; one son, Emory Folley;

tor, Rev. T.C.Kellythechoirmembers Family IN MEMORIAMIn the Range Funeral Home. one daughter Mary Frances

of St Paul AME Special thanks to Father loving memory of our Whitehead;; sister Mrs.Ora M.

Church. The House of Albert, Sweeting and members of Saint dear husband and brother The Family Frazier Funeral services Saturday -

also the staff of Jackson Mem CARDOF THANKS Peters African Orthodox and ",. .... a ..,n rT -- i March 2, at 200; p.m.

orial Hospital, the friends and Rahmings Funeral Home. CARDOF THANKSTo Jordan Grove Baptist Church.
We, the family of the late
neighbors. Charles E. Johnson and I Lewis Elzie, 17220 Duval

George Hicks, son Thomas W. Johnson, sonsa T the many friends who Ave., Perrine, died Feb. 22.
Rebecca May, sister daughter-in-law, two aided us in our hour of bereavement Among his survivors are wife,

Guss Hicks, brother granddaughters, Charleneand of the late Bertha; four daughters Mes-

Lou e 11 a Jackson, Fanny Sandra Johnson. JAMES CLARKE'GRAY dames, Dorothy Gardner,

Washington, MaryScott, f we sincerely wish to thank you Bertha Brown, Shirley Store,
Pear' lie Miller, and Eliza- I 4 IN MEMORIAMIn at this time for the many flow S err e 11 e papidal; two sons,

beth Brown, nieces. ers, cards, telegrams, and 1 Lewis Jr., and Willie. Funeral

James Brown, nephew, anda ,34 memory of our husband, various means oftransportation services Saturday March 2,at

host of relatives. father, son and brother also to the Stewardess j 1:00: p.m.
a -- --- Boards, ushers, and choirs of Mrs. Jannie Mincy, 14681

IN MEMORIAMIn St. Paul AME to the photographer Harrison Street, Richmond

Mr. George Hill and I Heights, died, Feb. p7. Re-
loving memory of our : PEARLMON LESTER warm andsincerethankstotheRev. > mains were shipped Fridayto

dear brother who departed this'life January T. C. Kelly for his kindness Metter, Ga for final rites.

____ ,II. ,_ .. ': : 24, 1963. G on e, but not for concern regards of our Among survivors are husband,

zY ... gotten. May his soul rest in family loss.Miyzeller. Gu Hedge; five sons, Artis,

.iiiH; ; peace. We loved him, but Gloved Gray. and Family., James, Howard,Gulledge,Jr.,
LEROY R. MORANT :; him best. -SAINS- ------- and M. J.; one daughter Susie

wishes to acknowledge; cards one sister Mrs. Leona

flowers, and many acts of Mrs. Vina Lester, wife Little Miss Valerie Miller,, Eastern; one brother 'O'Neal

kindness during our time of Five sisters, and a host of of 6136 SW 66th Ter, South Hollway.
sadness. Special thanks to the nieces and nephews.
i Miami, daughter of Mr.and I Mrs. Ella Lee Smith, 220
Spiritual Guidance Temple, Mrs. Herbert Miller died Feb. NW 10th Street, died Feb. 17.he .
the staff of Jackson Memorial IN MEMCRIAMIn : Among survivors
4 I 23, at Jackson Hospital Sis are ,
I Hospital, Mrs.Johnson loving also survived by two brothers M brothers, nieces and nephews.
Rahmings Funeral Home. memory ofMRS. Funeral
were conill
"' ; one sister and nine I -
aunts and uncles. Funeral I ducted from Jordan Grove
The Family CLARENCE. LAMB.._ 1 .dHQ8II be held ; Baptist Church
----- -- -- --- Friday at 2 p.m. fromSt.
who departed this life Much John AME in South Mrs. Georgia Alexander
CARDOF THANKS 2, 1967.It I Remains will repose after 3: 1545 NW 32 St., died Feb. 20.
who passed away Feb.26, 1966 seems like only yesterdaythat ''
i p.m. Thursday. Remains willbe Among survivors are daughter
in Chicago, Illinois at his The family of the late I God cal led youhometotake :, shipped to Bainbridge,. Mrs. Mamie Lewis; one son

,home, 8017 Dexel Ave. LEON ALEXANDER SUMNER j a rest. Gone but not forgotten for final rites. Joseph; two grands, Rufus of
Two years have passed your thoughts will always 9 ''
Mrs EulaMaeWilsanoi2 31 Cleveland Ohio and
since you left us.We miss you, acknowledge with'great appre- have a warm spot in our
ciation all the kind acts f I Jefferson Drive, CoralGablesdied of New York City; eight great
oh how 0
missed |
we How hearts. The of is
you. memory you
Feb. 25 at Jackson Hospital grands one son-in-law
; Syl-
can we help but cry. But if we. sympathy shown in the form ;like a ray of sunshine.You left
She is vester
by her Lewis. Remains
live as you lived we will meet of cards, letters, telegrams, us with sad broken hearts,but husband were
Jimmie seven sons; Shipped Tuesday to Shellman
you by and by.Sadly missed by floral pieces,and prayers,be- ,God never make mistakes.He two ; ,
daughters two Ga.
; grandchildren -
family stowed upon us during our only wants best.Rest
on,we her
hours of bereavement. father and two Mrs. Beatrice Matilda
love will be for-
you, you never brothers.
Deacon Joe White, Deacon Special thanks to Rev. M. gotten. ELNORA NABBIE Funeral serviceswill Bethel, 1521 NW 69th Ter.,

White, Mr. J.White, Mr. Pierre and Cornish Memorial SEYMOURwho be held atSt Mary's Bap died Feb. 19.Among survivorsare
died tist
March 3 1967 Church. Remains will
Tom White, brothers AME Zion Churchchoirs, Cora Lamb, wife repose three daughters, Mesdames -
Mrs. Ara Smith, Mrs R. ushers, and members; Ever- Clarence Jr, Bernetta and Although it's hard to say after 3 p.m Friday. Lottie Hanna, Mar-

Smith and Mrs. Mary Harris green Mortuary,pastors of the Linda and children "Goodbye"To Mrs. Jeffie S. Brown, wellknown garet Jones, Mabel Stirrup,
one loved
sisters. city, neighbors and friends. Leanner Lamb, mother And we so well citizen of Coconut tw o sons, James and Louis
Our sorrow is easier to bear Bobby and Jimmie,brothers there's deeper sorrow in Grove, 3435 Shipping Ave, died Funeral services were held
our hearts
with the help of friends and Roberta, Bettye Jackson and Feb. 26, at Jackson Hospital. Monday from St. Agnes Episcopal -
IN MEMORIAMIn neighbors like you all. We the Melvina Johnson, sisters "Than any words can tell. She was the wife of the late> Church.

_ family appreciate all that was Richard 0 mother of sorrows, Rev. S. D. Brown, and a retired -
memory of our mother Harriet Adams Look down from above school James Charles Brown, 1926
done teacher for
during our bereavement more
father and motherinlawand And shed o'er .thy children than 50 NW; 1st PI., died Feb. 25. He
hours. years having taught in
r a host of nieces and
nephews Is survived
The balm of by his wife
thy love . various parts of Florida, more" ,
Frankie; one stepson Oscar
Mrs. Beatrice Sumner, recently teaching at the ;
mother Sadly missed by Roberts Kindergarten. She mother Mrs. Laura Brown;

Mrs. Julia Dames, aunt CARD OF THANKSThe William and Harry Nabbie is survived by four sons,William Hart two sisters Mesdames Eula
sons and Annie M. Brown;two
Mrs. Wilhelmlna Sands, better known as Shorty,
aunt. family of the late Louise Payne Cooper and Sonnie, Ralph and Richard; two brothers, L. M.and 0 C, Fun-
other relatives eral services March
and friends.: daughters, Mrs. Collie Foster Saturday
LUCINDA; DANIELSwho and Mrs. Verlee Mathis 2, at 4:00 p.m. Greater Israel
died Feb. 8, 1968, wish tot ; six Bethel.
CARD OF THANKSThe h k the friends grandchildren; eight i great
a n many and CARD
OF THANKSThe grandchildren; one great E. B. Allen, 1010 NW 1st Ct.
neighbors of Opa-locka and
f grandchild. Funeral died Feb. 24. his sur-
Nl+r family of the late Miami for kindness shown to family of the late willbe held vivors
Saturday at 1 p.m. one sister, Mrs.
us during our hour of bereavement -
CLARA COOPER Thanking you for all MINNIE CALDWELL Greater St. Paul AME.; Susie Hill Arrangements are

gratefully acknowledge all of cards, telegrams, and floral There are not enough words to t Esquiel Santiago, of Goul dsincomplete, Willie Charles. ElizahScott
o the many cards, flowers, and pieces. express the comfort we received died Feb 24, at the scene of 2111 ,
most of all understanding? Special thanks to Range from all who obviously. an accident in Dade County.;He died Feb 24.
!is survivors mother
and compassionate thoughts in Funeral Home, and special shared our grief the survived by several bro- are
passing: Mrs. Jessie
Pinkard father
REV. LEONA RUTH WARD our hour of bereavement.Also thanks thanks to Leo Marshall of our mother and grand m thers. Remains will repose in Elizah ,
we wish to extend our Funeral Home in Blackshear, ther. All your expressions othe oi t home at 11831 SW 213th Scott ; tour sisters,

who departed this life Feb.28, gratitude to Father Lambert Georgia and staff of Jackson sympathy and your thoughtfulness St., on Wednesday at 5 p.m. Diane Pinkard, Linda, Shirley, Marie

1965. Sands and the members of St. Memorial Hosptial. are greatly appreciated.The iuntil., Thursday morning at 9[ ; one brother Biven;
Agnes Episcopal Church Daniels and Robinson a.m. Remains will be shipped j Mrs. Irene
The Family The Family Families Family to Puerto Rico, Thursday at Powell; one uncle James Jones
1 P.m. for final rites Arrangements are incom-

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CARDS OF THANKSThe RANGE Miss Sandra Turner of 2320 Why Not

NW 62 St., Apt., 14.She is survived -

loving memory of Captain Samuel R. Stewartof by her parents Mr. and Why not wake at dawn each Why not shine as one exampleOf
in family of the died in
later 1337 NW 96th St.,
Amos Ross four
Mrs. ; morning the Good that love can do,
is survived his
Vietnam. He by
Samuel Pauline, Rosa Lee, BeverlyAnn With a burst of spunk and life, Then the whole world will applaud -
rr r- parents Mr. and Mrs. Williams and Minnie Lee not God's earth you
a'sister two Why praise
Stewart Rose
; ; Turner; four brothers,James Well not? It'snotbingnewl
and with gladnessJust Why
children Elaine
1 Sheryll and Samuel Williams, Willie forget tolls and !
r your
Michael Warren. Funeral ser-
and Amos Ross and
Turner ,
r vices will be conducted Thursday strife. Why not give yourself a bonus

I U 4 Februry 29, at400pm. vices Willie will conducted Funeral Mon-ser- Why not start each day. with Why not win for you the prize,
in Church. laughter Don't be' satisfied to
Mt. Baptist in place or
iip day, March 4, at 2:00 p.m. And then end each night with showMan
I the chapel. .
Il Luther Martin of 4821 NW prayer, show this world you're
Miss Della Mae Turner of not toast life to livEvery
Why your -
l 15th Ave. died Wednesday, wise!.
2320 NW 62nd St.,Apt 14.The
Feb. 21. He is survived by his ing Why not cram each sacred
sister of the late Miss Sandra
second of the yearl
father Robert; his sister and second
Turner. Funeral services will
HARRIET GORDONwho brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. With the joys full life can give,
be conducted March
died February 23, 1963. Clarence F err ell. Remainswere Why not shame away life's Shout aloud! The skies i will
4, at 2:00 p.m. in the chapel. problems
the laborer's task is o'erl! shipped Friday, Feb.23, beckon
Now the battle dayis past; to Midway, Florida, for final Little Miss Christie Louise Damned if they won't spoil the "Hell, Why not! It's time to
rites. Williams of 2320 NW 62ndSt., day live!"
the farther shore,
Now upon i
Apt. 20. She issurvivedbyhermother Why not drive right on despite
at last
Lands the voyager
Father, in thy gracious keeping REV. ALBERT SMITH Robert Merida of 2485 NW Pauline Williams; her them By Joseph N. Clark, Major,
who departed this life on Feb. 61st St., Wednesday, Feb. grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Somehow God will show the Division Supt. Comd., 1st Cal

Leave we now thy servant 9, 1968 shall always remem- 21. He is survived by five Amos Ross; three aunts, Rosa way. vary Division, son of Mr. and

sleeping.Mrs. ber with deep gratitude your daughters Coretha Robinson, Lee and Beverly. Williams, Why not be a happy person Mrs. Robert L. Clark of 529
comforting expressions of Edna M. Chambers, Maude and Minnie Turner; four And make others happy too, NW 11th Terrace.

Jessie Poole sympathy.To Rollac, Roberta Brown and uncles James and Samuel Williams Why not do the things you ought H i -
Corine Dense four sons Willie Turner and toAnd
and Hermit Gordon the churches, pastors, ; NYC
FamiliesIN schools, organizations,neigh- Russell, Clarence, Otis and Amos Ross; Willie Hamiltonand make life look up to you. RETIRED

bors and friends and the Range Curtiss Merida; 23 grandchildren other relatives. Funeral TEACHERSASSOCIATION
services will be conducted not seek to be successfulSet
Funeral Home, please acceptour ; nine i great grand Why
thanks in the following children. Funeral services Monday, March 4, at2:00p.m. and hold your standards OF THE

MEMORIAN words: will be conducted Saturday, in the chapel.Mr. high, GREWTER MIAMI AREAThe

2 in John Hodge of 1356 NW Don't just make a squatter'snest
Perhaps you sang a lovely songor March 12:00: no on Association will meetat
sent a dish of food, Cohen Temple. 4th Ave., died Saturday, Feb. full its new quarters in the hos-
24. He is survived by a wife Plan each task then give a try
Perhaps sent
you a potted plant pitality room of the Washington -
or bouquet to set the mood, Stephen Roberts of 790 NW Willie Mae; two daughters Why not use that piece of talentTo Federal Savings and Loan

Perhaps you sent a beautiful 60 th St., died Thursday, Feb. Mesdames Erma Jackson and advance this life on earth, Association, 1133 Normandy
Kathelyn Lewis; a sister Alice For in each there's
cardor 22. He is survived by two man a generous Drive
d Normandy Isle, on
Pickett other relatives. Fun-
Rolle and ;
daughters Agnes
your car. Thursday, March 7th at 1:00
Perhaps you sent a funeral Olivia Rogersjtwogrand-; eral services will be conducted Why not strive to give it birth. p.m. ,

s sprayor daughters Shirley Andersonand Thursday, Feb. 29, at 1:00 Policewoman Patricia
Debris Carter; a grandson p.m. in the chapel. Why not share yourself with
said a silent prayer, Leonard, of the Special Squadof
Perhaps you sat quietly. in a Sammy McPhee; 10 great Mrs. Julia Tarver of 2220 someone Police, will be the g u est
chair, grandchildren; a son-in-law NW 154th St., Opa-locka, diedon Why not give God's love each speaker. Her topic will be
Prince Rolle. Funeral ser- Feb. 24. She is day
If so, we saw you there, Saturday, "Self Protection."
Perhaps you spoke the kindest vices will be conducted Saturday survived by two daughters For the more love passed to Bring your friends.Re-

words, March 2, at 3:00 p.m. in Ruby Tarver and Cleo Jordan; others freshments will be served For

as any friend could say; the Church of God of prophecy. four grandchildren; seven Twice as much will come your further Information phone Mrs.

Perhaps you were not thereatall great grandchildren. Ar- way. Edna Coler, at 8657816.
Dave Peeks of 4830 NW 15th rangements ar e incomplete.

24. --. ... ...-.- ..... ..................... ............. .
died Feb. .. ..
OPHELIA HYLORwho just thought of u s that day. Ave., Saturday, ...... ........ :.: ::::::::::: :::::::;;;;;;;;;;.;....... ; ;.;.;";"

died Feb. 27, 1957. Whatever you did to consoleour He is survived by three sons, RICHARDSON ':
Russell Ernest and Andrew Supplement On ProgressIn
hearts. ; Mrs. Lucy Carey of 540 NW

Isabelle Francis, daughterand We thank you so much, a daughter, Mrs.Annie Ruffin; 7th St., died Feb. 23, In Jack-

Family Whatever the part. 25 grandchildrenseveral; son Hospital. She is survivedby Employment Coming
great grandchildren Ar-
one son Joe; one sisterinlaw :::

CARDS OF THANKSThe Mrs. Annie Lee Smith, wife rangements are incomplete.Mrs. Mrs. Bernice Anderson; In the regular issue of the March 15 issue of The :::

family of the late Albert Smith, son Nettie Pearl Goldwireof one brother-in-law Douglas; : Miami Times you will find a 32-page supplement, i::

Verna Singleton, daughterAnn 2224 St. Liberia five nieces; one nephew.Fun :: in which will be depicted in pictures and reading ::

MARTHA TILLMAN B. Smith, daughter Raleigh ,25. She is, eral services will be conducted :::: material the great progress that Negroes have made :::
gratefully acknowledges the Velma E. Harper, foster survived Sunday by her, husband Petera Saturday, March 2, at 4:00: :: in the Miami area in employment opportunities. !:;,i

many acts, and deeds of kind- daughter son Michael one sister Lula p.m. in the chapel. ::: You will have to get your copy of The Times early :::
ness rendered to them duringthe James and John Smith,bro- Storey. Funeral; services will John Larimore of 1817 NW ::: to avoid disappointment; for the copies will be sold :::

loss of their loved one.The thers be conducted Friday March 1, 2nd Ave., died Feb. 25, at his : like hot cakes, if we judge by the enthusiasm that :::
Mrs. Alice Pickett, sister survived : those who have learned of the :::
flowers, cards, and telegrams at 1:00: p.m. in New Jerusalem residence. He is bya :: has been shown by
helped to lift the burden of be Church. wife Josephine; one son : coming of this special issue. y.F ::.:
reavement. Special thanks to Baptist Leonard. Funeral services :F:: This will be a journalistic accomplishment is :ti::
i i:: awaited with keen interest. Remember the date of ::,:
Rev. Micon, and the family of The following persons were will be conducted, Friday, < ;
1 at in the i:: this issue March 15 with the papers on the news :::
First Baptist Church for their CARDS OF THANKSThe victims of an automobile acci- March 11:00: a.m. ,

comfort, and Range Funeral dent on Saturday, Feb. 24. chapel. :i1 stands Thursday, March 14.POKIER.

Home for services rendered. family of the late Charles Edward Nickson of Edward Hanna of 1371 ftW '::...................................................';-.';';.;.;';';';':.:':';.:':.:.:.:':-:':.::':':.:':':.:'::...''..'.'
1910 NW 50th St. He is sur- 42nd St., died Feb. 24, in Jack-

Emma ;Billingsly,Jessie* CHARLOTTE A. MCKINNON vived by a mother, Mrs. son Hospital. He is survivedby

Lewis, Rosa Lee Boozer, Etta Mamie Harris Panama City;a a sister Mildred Evans; a

Mae Bell, daughters acknowledges with grateful brother and sister-in-law Mr. mother, Mrs. Beatrice

James and Ernest Tillmansons. appreciation your kind expression and Mrs.Cester Nickson; Jasper; two brothers James ,,

of sympathy shownus three other brothers; four sis- and Donald Jasper; a sister rs ,

over the loss of our dear ters; an aunt and uncle Mr.and Frankie M. Montgomery; two p

wife, mother and grandmother. Mrs. John Holiday. Remainswill children and six grands. Fun- ..

CARDS OF THANKSThe The cards and flowers be shipped Friday, March eral services will be< condUct.

wee so numerous that we took 1 to Panama City for final ed, Saturday, March 2, at 230
family of the late this method of thanking you all. rites. p.m. in Mount Tabor Baptist

Special thanks to Mrs. Church.
REV. T. R. HARRISON Bernard Mumfordof2320NW Richard Smith died Feb.22
Francis Xa-
Stephan Ryan: St. ,
wish to thank the many friends 62nd St.Apt.26.He is sur-
Jim Wilcox Jackson Hospital. Burial
of vier Church, Mrs. '
Miami and Hollywood,Fla. Bethel and William Funeral vived by Pauline Williams; a will be held in Dade County s
for their
kind expressions of father, 'Robert; one sister Feb. 29.
Home and many others, may Cemetery,
sympathy during our hour of God bestow his richest bles- Gladys; two brothers,carl Infant Girl Atkins of 258 NW

sorrow. sing upon you. Frank. Remains will be ship- 9th St., died Feb. 22, in Jack- I ' sI
ped Thursday, Feb. 29 to Savannah son Hospital. She is survivedby

The White, Harrison, Little The McKinnon family Ga., for final rites. parents Bertha and Willie
and Walker families. s s sI

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r ; ":! :) ,,' i" Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastorWe
i ;
. '. ; , " '" A HUGE SUCCESSKING thank Father Theodore
I. ' }If' .1"1"" :.... I: 11 if" "", .f "
..,. . .. I ., Gibson for his inspiring mes-
_I. .J' :
. '
"\'., j' \ .' "" 11 A, .' 'Y
J of last Sunday morning.
: ', '. ; ", ;(;
; ,And we thank the men and
guests of Grace for the out-
\ I II' A u6n w standing worship service.

I This Sunday morning, we
urge all members to be pres-
r ___ ent for our communion ser-

vice. The sermon will be taken
from Luke 7:30-50. At 7:30

1 tJ p.m. Sunday, the pastor is invited -
1! to give the invocation at

the installation service of the

II H \ : Reverend Harold Long,pastor
of the Church of the OpenDoor.The .

-r Deacon Samuel Cox '. t congregation is Invited.
The beautiful home and spa- On Wednesday at 8:00 p.m.

cious lawn of Mr. and Mrs. -, ...............,. __ -J we are having Lenten Series,
Arthur King provided the set- beginning with a 45 minute
Jrr Iou Jin !flurri Jun ay ting for a most unique and cultural QUEEN, Mrs. Maude Ross prayer meeting, followed by a

program rendered at a Mrs Lillie Doles, Lawrence 45 minute talk and discussionon

Tea presented by Choir No. 1 Wright, The Trumpet Kings, highlights of Negro History
of Mt. Zion Baptist Church on. Mrs. Rudye Marks, Mr. as related to the church. We

I World Day Of Prayer ST. MARY'S the evening of Valentine Day, Harold Higgs,and Mrs. Valdez hope that you will be presentat
; February 14th.Commissioner Murray and Mrs. Louvenia these six Wednesday even-

I out the church's mission Sunday, March 3, the first Athalie Range was at her best Knox the inimitable mistress ing meetings.
"Bear one another's burdens -
t, around the world.In Sunday Communion will be in her usual informative and of ceremonies, all carryingout Condolences to Mr.
Is the theme taken from
choirs inspiring as well as the theme of love.Expres- Herschel Peterson and family
area 4, Liberty City,ser- served all day. Joint message, ,
It. Galatians 6:2 World Day
sions of at the loss of his brother
and who
will serve all day. the other participants, Mrs. appreciation enjoyment ,
of which will be observed vices will be held in Kelly's
'1 Prayer Friday March 1. Chapel Methodist Church beginning On March 10, at 3:30 p.m. Henry L. Balaban, guest solo- were shown by the will be funeralized in Tifton,

Church Women, United of at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. the Missionary will have their ist; Mr.and Mrs.Albert Jones, many persons present.ST. Georgia. '

Greater Miami sponsors the Lillian Scott Is chairman. anniversary program at the

World Day of Prayer each year Special projects to benefit church. An interesting program CHRISTIAN SCIENCE JOHN AME GREATER NEW BETHELThe
I from the is planned for your en-
on the first Friday in Lent. day's offerings area -
This year the service was prepared national literacy program in joyment. On that our pastor "Christ Jesus" is the sub- Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor Crusaders, under the
by Mrs. Rathie Sel- this country and a training will celebrate his sixth anni- ject of the lesson sermon to be The Silver Star Quartet direction of Sister Marjorie

varatnam o f Celon on behalf program for Christian broad- versary as pa stor of the read In all Christian Science from Holly Hill, South Caroling Perkins, and the Red Circle,
of the women of the Asian casters in Africa.We church. Special envelopes are Churches this Sunday. will sing along with the under the direction of Sister
Church Women's Conference. cordially invite all individuals being passed out by the trus- The Golden Text for this C Lord C's from Coconut Annabel Ham, are now being

On this day people are brought are churches of the tees. Every member Is askedto Bible lesson is from Micah; Grove and other groups Sunday re-organized. The age limit

together across denomina- Liberty City community to attend please take one for your "Thou, Bethlehem Ephratah, afternoon at 2 p.m. for both groups are from 6-15.

tional, racial, national and this service. Let us pray special contributions. though thou be little among the Friday night an old fashion Meetings will be held Monday
cultural boundaries to pray for together before our Heavenly Special prayers goes out to thousands of Judah, yet out of Love Feast will be observed, afternoons. Parents are invited

the needs of the World and to Father to ask His guidance in Sisters Doris Ward, Alvllda thee shall he come forth unto at 8 p.m. to come out with their child
make an offering for carryingJORDAN the path of peace. Sands, Brother Leon Davis and me that is to be ruler in Israel, Holy Communion will be administered ren.
all other sick and shut-Ins. whose goings forth have been at both morning Usher Board No. one Is

Our sympathy to Sister from of old, from everylasting. and evening services Sunday, sponsoring a Spiritual Tea on

GROVE EVERGREEN Thelma Carey and family in ." the pastor will preach a spec- March 15, at the home of Mr.
the death of her father in Key Does the thought of being ial sermon during the 1100; and Mrs. Cecil Aldridge, 1897
Rev. Douglas Cook,pastor Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor West. lost in the crowd worry you? a.m. worship. Music will be NW 151st St..You are Invited.
Eddie Gilbert, reporter Minnie Hunter reporter Please don't forget the sales Learning more about real furnished by combined choirs. BTU, is held every Sundayat
On Saturday, the No. One K every Saturday at the church ide n t It y- the identity God The pastor will attend the 6 p.m. The president Deacon
I Usher board will sell dinners. social hall benefit of Men's gives each of us.. can be a Miami District Conference, Akins, along with the
Come by and patronize them. Day. Dinners sandwiches and big help. Listen March
Sunday, Wednesday and Thursday at youth, are asking the cooper-
Brother Bannister is presi < F
-., conch fritter be sold.For 3, over radio station WMBM Martin Memorial AME, Rich- ation of the adults.
dent.The orders please call .758-1601. 1:45 p.m. to "Your Job and mond Heights, Dr. F.A.Allen, Sister :Christine Hammockis
No. One Choir will .
,Ij) Your Identity, presiding. confined to'Jackson Memorial
sponsor a Fruit Basket Con-
Y Fifth Church of Christ Men's Day will be observedthe Hospital. Let us pray for
test the second at
the church at 8 p.m. The pub- MT. CARMEL Scientist, 1600 NW 54th St., second Sunday in March, the sick. Our sympathy to Sis-

lic is invited to come out and Rev. D..A. Bradley,pastor welcomes all. Rev. Lester C. Albert will be ter Bertha Smith over the loss
witness this contest. Louis McGrlff, reporterThe the morning speaker, the male of her aunt and Deacon Childs

On Thursday nightthere Junior Choir wish to FRIENDSHIPRev. chorus from Sweetfield Bap- over the loss of his father.

will be the General Confer- thank each and everyone who tist Church will render music. Prayer services are held

ence. The pastor is asking all s" {, helped them on their anni J. E. Jenkins,pastor Rev. Temperance E. Wright every Tuesday night at 8 p.m.
members to be present. a versary. Ruby Lee Carr, reporterWe will be the night speaker,along
Everyone is asked to attend Our Men's Day will be the with the Male Chorus from St.

Prayer meeting every Tues- fourth Sunday in May so we expect our pastor to deliver Paul AME, Coconut Grove. SHILOH BAPT.Rev. .

day, at 7:30 p.m. have already started to work. both morning and evening Raymond Robinson is servingas

We are pleased to announce, REV. C.H. sM TH-m- There will be a tea at the sermons on the first Sun- chairman and Lucious Mc- A. M.Griffin,pastor

that under the leadership of entire church would like home of Sister Elcie L. Jones day, we are looking forward to Grill, co-chairman. Cheryl English, reporter
our new pastor, we have gained The 1540 NW 2 Ave.,Apt. 4, March seeing all members and many The following are captains; There will be a sale Satur-
34 new members during the to thank each of you who came 2, at 3:30 p.m. friends in church. Henry Flowers, Jerry Montgomery day at the home of Sister Miles

month of February. We pray out on Sunday make, Feb.musical 25, and The No. One Usher Board Attention members of the. James Faison.. I.oyd 3110 NW 45th Street.

that God will continue to blessus. helped our will observe their annual St. Youth Department: Attend Willis, Period Curry, Vargree 'Jlhe Kick-off Tea given in
program a success. Patrick Sip the third Sunday your meetings on Saturdays.The Brown, Robert Butler,Samuel behalf of our Men's Day is the
Visitors are always welcome Tuesday nightbeforethesecond in March at the home of Sis- Russell, Robert Thomas and second Sunday in March. The
Sunday is conference pastor realizing the youth
to worship with us. night. Our pastor and deaconsare ter Louise McGriff, 1540 needs wholesome recreation David Walker. guest speaker will be Mr.
To the sick: Keep the faith NW 46th Street, we will serve along with Patrick Range.
member to your spiritual ser-
asking every
and you shall be healed. the old fashion Irish stew, vices have Rev. K. E. Rogers and con-
1 be present. Deacon R. L. Tay- decided to give the BAHA'IS
Funeral services for Sister come and be with us. Youth MIAMIThe gregation of South Miami will
Department to
lor, chairman. a trip Pirates -
Ada Custbert will be held Let us for all the be at
on On Monday night, March 4, pray sick World March 9th. Shiloh the fifth Sunday in
Saturday at 2 The Houseof and shut-Ins and those who Baha'is of Greater MI- this
p.m. the Usher Board is sponsor Get well wishes to Sister month at 3 p.m. in behalfof
Albert is in charge of arrangements ing a musical program at 8:00 have lost their love ones. Inez Daudy InJacksonMem- ami, along with Baha'is in the Deacons.All .

p.m. You are cordially invitedto The Pastor Air anniversary orial Hospital and toallmem- every country of the world, teen-age choir membersare
attend. Brother Nixon, will be Friday night before the bers who are ill. will begin their 19th day dawn- asked to please be out to

is president.Our second Sunday in March. Rev. Our deepest sympathy to to-dusk fast period on Satur- the church Thursday and Saturday -
TEMPLE BAPTISTThe W. F. Smith will deliver the day, March 2.This
prayers are extended Sister Estella Harding in the cov- at 4:30 p.m. for rehearsal
the sick,that they will soon re message. loss of her brother in Chatta- ers the last month of the Baha'i Our Junior Choir will
Lord's Supper will be cover. noga, Tenn. calendar, which consists of 19 travel to Bellglade Sunday,we
administered on Sunday at the DRAKE months of 19 days, plus four are asking the prayers of each

morning and evening servicesand ST PAUL MEMORIAL intercalary days at the end of and everyone for a safe arriving
the choirs will sing Jointly. February.
The fast
Rev. Janus W. Dunn, pastorThe on return.
Rev. T.'C. Kelley, pastor chairman OES YOUTH MEETOn Naw Ruz, (New Year), which
Parents are requested to MaryAmos, reporter Brother comes on March 21, the first

cooperate in sending their Don't forget Love Feast, Richardson and co-chairman Saturday, Feb. 24, Pro- day o spring, symbolizing the NEW MT.. MORIAH
children to rehearsal for the Brother Tripp are asking you
Friday, March 1, at 8 p.m.our gressive Chapter No.29A OES spiritual renewal of the world.
Easter of the to please circle your calendarfor Rev. A.
program Sunday Youth L. Shipp, pastor
pastor is asking as many Department, met in a
School this Sunday, March 17th. The Souter
beginning week. Evelyn reporterOur
members and officers as possible Joint meeting with the pride of
Get-well wishes to Mrs. choir and guest artist of the monthly conference tonight
go to Hialah Chapter 61. MARTIN
come out and have a
Florence Hepburn who is a pa- wonderful tme. city will have a Spiritual Song In the meeting, plans were MEMORIAL (Thursday), at 8 p.m. The
tlmt at Jackson Memorial pastor is asking all membersto
Fest.Men's made for the
All men interested in sign oncoming Grand
Day will be on the Dr. R. H, Johnson
be and
Hospital; Mrs. MurialWallace Session. ,pastor please present on
for They
ing Men's will are
Day kindly always remembering -
fourth Sunday in March. The The Miami
Mrs. M. E.; Stevens, Mrs. meet their District Confer- time.
March 7 at
Thursday, men are planning a great very own, ence convened at the
Eva Lawrence, Mrs. A. 9 Dr. C. B. Nelson Daniels church The Deaconess and Stew
Butler Mrs.Remelda Poitier p.m. gram for that day. the 28th and 29th. Rev. F. A ardess Union will the
The Male Chorus is askingas G, W. M, for the role placedin Allen convene
Rufus Clears, T. Bonivy,Solo many members as possibleto Brother William Hardee this great society. presiding elder of the second Sunday, at 3 p.m. The
mon Sturrup Mrs. A. Mc- thanks Rev. Griffin and his Miami District was host public is invited.
If all youth would pre-
come and go to Rev.WflliamFord's Join in,this
congregation for the soul stir- siding
Cain Mrs. B. Mathis and Elder. The Easter each Wed-
Church with them the would make for a better com opening ser- practice
others who are shut-in. second Sunday in March. ring service on last Thursday munity, as well as a better mon was preached by Rev. nesday at 5 p.m.Remember .
Tickets are out for a night. B. L. Davis from the sick shut-
"Trip Plan now to have dinners state and world In which to Key West. ,
Around the World," sponsored w ith Stewardess Board No. Don't forget to visit and pray live. The pastor is asking your ins, bereaved families and
by the Deacon's Board.Get Three for the sick and shut-ins. Clarice support in the church activi- those in the armed servicesin
Sunday, March 3 in the You are welcome to visit the W.M. is ties. Let's
not forget
yours time. annex. representative. pray your prayers. Visitors are
biggest little church in town. for
{ our sick and shut-ins. always welcome.

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McDowell To Install New Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastor BATTLE OF SONGS Carver
Marshall reporterMrs.
Joseph ,

Pastor 01 The Ooen DoorThe Martha Nicholson and There will be a contest be- Ranches

tween choir No. One Jordan
- -
February-ites would like to
Rev. Harold .'" Freewill Baptist
D. Long thank-you for your support for Chapel News
will be installed Minister of the month. Church, Coconut Grove;Choir '

the Church Of The Open Door Mrs. Louise Woods and No. One, Greater Mt. Zion, By Wolt.r Bow.

(congregational) on Sunday, March-Ites are having a nightof Homestead and Choir No.Two '
March 3, at 7:00 p.m. Greater New Macedonia. This The VFW post No. 8195 will
games and fun at the homeof
Mr. Long comes to our com ..cs will be held at Greater New hold regular meeting onMarch
Miss Annette plummer at
munity having served for thirteen 2104 NW 68th Lane. They are Macedonia, 3165 NW 56th St., 3, at the post home on Pembroke

years as the minister of also selling candy. on Thursday, March 7, at 8:00 Road, 4816. Members

the First CongregationalChurch Friday night is Love Feast p.m. please be present,at 5:30 p.m.

in Birmingham, Ala- will you be there? To our overseas veterans our
bama. i f}y Sympathy to Mrs. E. Grice There will .be a Battle of membership drive is still on.
M h4
Stamford, Connecticut is in. the loss of her sister. Songs between Choir No. One Come out this Saturday night

Mr. Long's home. Followinghis Usher Board No. Three are New Providence, Choir No. and Join us at our fish fry.

education in the public having an Adult and Teenage One, GreateV New Bethel,
Opa-locka and Choir No.Two, Congratulations to Mr.
schools of Stamford, he attended Social March 9, at the homeof
Lincoln University in .4 Greater New Macedonia. This Hartman Morley ofHallandale
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sparks
Pennsylvania from which he will be held at New Providence who has recently passed the
at 1140 NW 76th Street.
earned his A. B. degree and Baptist Church, 760 NW 53rd State Real Estate Examina-
Street, Rev.C,J. Burney,pastor tion of Florida and is now associated -
then entered Yale Divinity R EV. H. D. LONG DR. H. c. MCDOWELL
School earning the B. D. degree VALLEY GROVE M. B. with Peggy Curie
in 1953. First Church of North Miami.Dr. eel Choir under the directionof Real Estate office in Hallan

The order of service of installation Joseph Q. Mayne, minis- Mr.William S. Johnson, will Rev. J. Torrence, pastor Come out to both song ser- dale. >

will Include the fol- ter, First Congregation render special music. Lucile Torrence, reporter vices and support your favorite -
The Charmettes Club of
Church Lake Worth and mod- Following the service of On March 7, the Rev.Tobbs
lowing participants; choir. Hallandale will have their first
erator of and congregation from Beria
the Southeast Coast worship, all members of the
Rev W. F. Savoy, minister Association. Dr. Henry McDowell congregation and guest are Baptist Church will render of the month party on Friday
March 1st. The is invit-
Grace Presbyterian Church. minister emeritus, cordially Invited to attend the services.
Rev. Ralph M. Ross,associate Church of the Open Door. Dr. fellowship hour in McDowellHall The pastor Is asking the DAYSPRINGRev. ed to attend. There will be refreshments -

minister, Mt. Zion Baptist Robbin Ralph, conference given in honor of the Rev. entire church to accompanyhim and music. Mr.

Church Rev. Bruce L. minister, Florida Conference.The Harold D. Long by the Diacon- to New Mt. Moriah Bap- David Merrit, president.
W. M. Slater pastor
minister tist Church, Rev. A. L, Shipp,
Robertson, Newcov- installation sermon will ate of the church. Sister Alexander, reporter Mrs.Mildred James of West
enant Presbyterian Church. be delivered by Dr. Henry The public I s Invited to participate pastor.
Hollywood left for Gainesville
Rev. jack Smith minister Curtis McDowell. The Chan- in this service. On March 22, Rev. W. M.
at 8
Sims and conzreation from Tuesday p.m. prayer on Monday, Feb. 26, to attend
- service. the funeral of her grandmother
New Hope will render servicein

GREATER NEWMACEDONIA MT. SINAI CHRIST EPISCOPAL behalf of Choir No. One The Ministers and Deacon turday, ,which afternoon.will be held Sa-

Let us remember the sick Union will convene here March

Rev. C. Albury, pastor Fa. Theo. R. Gibson, rector and destitute. visitors are always 28 thru 31. You are all invited -
1'atriciaAuStin. reporter Antoinette Silva,reporterOn welcome to worship withus. The Fire Dept. of West Hol-
Rev. Roscoe Jackson,pastor to come. Let us all pray for lywood will hold its regular
the sick and shut-ins.
Willie J. Beard, reporter The Lenten period spear- February 13th the week- meeting Monday, March 4, at

There will be a Tea the sec headed by the BTU has begun. ly meeting of the Senior EYC ANTIOCH '8:00 p.m. Members please be
ond Sunday in next month at the "Is a Dime" a day to much to was held. At this meeting film present. Walter Blatch,president -

church from 4 to 6 p.m. Thisis give. Pick up a glena from the strips of Jamaica were shown. Rev. P. W. Wiggins,pastor .

behalf of Men's Day spon- office now. Each member of These film strips were of the On March 9, at 8:00p.m. Adalll Powell

sored by the Sunday School- the church is asked to supportthis work of the EYC last summer ladies will sponsor their sec- ZION HOPE

Baptist Training Union. cause. when a Mission Church was ond annual banquet at the
Rev. Paul Freeman pastor
Let us not forget our Men'sDay We are entering the eighth Hotel. of Mi- Still Barred ,
built there. It was all very Interesting Everglades Many E. Jackson, reporter
will begin Thursday night week of the general drive. and everyone is ami's outstanding person-
There be a program
before the third Sunday in Captains check your mem enthusiastic about going this alities will be featured.Dona- Hopes for the reinstatementof Tuesday night sponsored by
March and conclude the third
bers. summer. tion is $6.00. former New York Con- Sister Vera Johnson of No. One
Sunday night.On Brother Herman Boyd and Parents who have boys be- A Pre-St.Patrick's Day Tea gressman Adam Clayton Choir. Can we count on your

Thursday night, Rev. group will sell dinners' and tween the ages of 8 and 12 are will be presented by the No. Powell seem to be diminishing support.

P. D. Brantley and congregation pies Saturday, March 2' in the requested to meet with Mr. Two Choir at Centervllla Kin- more and more as the Unit- Baptism service will take

of Mt.Car mel Church was church annex. Stop by for one David White for the purpose of dergarten, 5861 NW 17th Ave. ed States Court of Appeals in place as soon as the weatherIs

scheduled to sponsor a pro- 698 NW 47th Terrace. organizing a Cub Scout pack.A on March 10, from 3;30 to 5:30 Washington Wednesday ruled premlsslble.
gram, but instead Rev. Bobby Sister L. Jones and group sale is held
rummage p.m.There that it would not Interfere with We were proud to have our
Mack and congregation of will sponsor a "Sweet Snack" every week in various sections will be a singing con- the exclusion of Powell from sick members out with us Sunday -

Macedonia Church. West Hol- sale Sunday, March 3, at the Last week it was held in test between the Male Chorusof the House of Representatives. Sister Sarah Mayers will

lywood will be in charge of church. Perrine and was financially Antioch and the Male Chorusof go Into the hospital March 3rd.

the service. Sister G. Wright and group successful.The Jordan Grove on the fourth

Oa: Friday night, Rev. I. H. will sponsor an Ice cream sale weekly Bingo games are Sunday In March at 300 p.m.

Readons of Coconut Grove and Sunday, March 3 in the church still being held. Come out and Come give the group of your

Homestead, will be in chargeof annex. have a good time. choice your support. Call

the service. Let us continue to pray for Get well wishes are extended P7 V

The speaker for Sunday our sick and shut-in members. to Mrs. William J. Stirrupand NEW PROVIDENCE CIIARLESROGERS
morning will be Rev. W. E. Mr. Alonzo Culmer.
Sims, pastor of New Hopte r
Baptist Church. Oa February 27, our annual ,

Daring: our BTUhour, which Shrove Tuesday Dinner was Arsula Edwards, reporter

will begin at 5:00: p.m. there held at the Everglades Hotel. Holy Communion will be f AT PL 1-7502
will be a panel discussion entitled Reb. J. E. Wright, pastor Shrove Tuesday is the day before served Sunday in our evening ..... ""
"Prayer." which is in The president and membersof Ash Wednesday which is service. FOR A GOGp 3UY ON A

keeping with the them for the the E. D. Richardson Club the beginning of Lent. During PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT

day. wishes to thank the membersand Lent we refrain from all the Consecration hour of prayer STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
friends for helping them pleasures of normal life and is held each at 5:00 I
The speaker for the even- Sunday, : INSTRUMENTS.PIANOSlORGANS\ .
make their anniversary a suc since Shrove Tuesday was the
ing will be Rev J. Stephen- a.m.
son, pastor of Antioch Bap- cess. last day for entertainment I
Come and worship with us everyone who attended relished -
tist Church, Brownsville. Prayer meeting every
will deliver the and food.MT.CALVARY a
Sunday our pastor dancing .
Tuesday, at 7;30 all membersare
both messages. urged to attend.
MT. TABOR BAPTIST There will be a Bar-B-Q, BTU Sunday afternoon at l
sale at the church Friday and 500.:

George Ingraham,reporterThe Saturday night.
Youth of Mt.Tabor wishto Let us remember the sick Rev., S, Atchison, pastor r) a
Continue in for
prayer our
express their deepiest and shut-ins in our prayers. Phyllis Beal reporterOn sick, shut-ins and those who
thanks to all who attended .o
persons this Sunday night we are are bereaved.

and participated on having communion. I am sure Visitors are always welcome -
their "Youth Day'68' pro- NEW HOPERev. you wouldn't want to miss it. .

gram last Sunday, Feb. 25.Women's Sunday at 5:30: baptism will
W. E. Sims, pastor .
Day will take place
be held. Mike plans witness I
Sunday, March 24. In their efforts Loraine Fuller, reporterThe this affair. FIRST BAPTIST

the women will be selling Saturday and Sunday Rev. W M. Davis, pastor I
dinners at the church on this pastor wish to thank all dinners are sold. So come out Donella Turner, reporter 0 ,""'

Saturday. To place your orders participants who attended the and eat with us. Rev. J. W. Stepherson and'I
State Mission Forum, for with
call 6918723. congregation will worship
Visit the sick and shutins.prayer .
their cooperation.The meeting is being us, March 6, in honor of the
all mem- I
pastor urge
Young Matrons.
held Thursday
PEACEFUL ZION bers to be presentatourbusiness March 13, the Rev. C. J.
which will be
meeting Burney and congregation will
held Thursday eveing imme- BETHLEHEM; in honor of
Rev. C. P. Preston,pastor worship with us,

Louise Washington,reporterOur diately Bible after Class prayer, at meetingand 8 p.m. the pastors Aid Club. WE: SELL !HTA PfPil E S SAMERICA'S

General Conference Our commuhionservlce We, the pastor, officers,and LARGEST DISPLAYAt
Friday, at 8 p.m. The pastoris members take this way of SPRINGFIELDElder
will be held Sunday evening,at the North-South IvprttitwayONLY
asking all members to be who wish to thanking our many friends for Walker, pastor IS MINUTES FROM ANYWHIftt IN MIAMI
7 everyone
present. witness p.m., the broken body and their support in helping to On Wednesday night Bible CORNER, N.W. 54th ST. & N.W.3rd AVE.

Saturday there will be a saleat shedded blood of our Lord ar< make our Women's Day a suc Class. We welcome everyoneto Phone 751.7502Or

the church. We are askingall cordially invited. cess. visit with us. 2010 Biscayne Blvd. FR 10401- Broward JA 2.5131

members and friends to Let us continue to pray for Continue in prayer for our We were proud to have FRri DtLIVIHYANYWHI" IN U.S.A.

come out and help our youth in our sick and shut-ins, the bereaved sick, and shutins.Rev. Brother Everson from New INfT.lAUDIROAUn03I.tASOlASiLVD.M3.3714Dr. :

the church. families, our servicemen Cornelius Drane, acting Macedonia for our speaker on L .
Let us pray for the sick, and our country. pastor. last Sunday.
and shut-ins.
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 1, 1968 23 I

Legal Services Wins Important Case, ACI Association Holds jl

New Rights For Poor Tenants tanner Session

The Neighborhood Legal Th Atlantic Coast Baptist ark, N. J.; Judge Wheeler
Association held a banner session Jones and Commissioner
Project Washington the
Services ,
D C., has won the most: Important appeals court found that: flout the evident purposes for Feb. 21.25 at NewBethel ,Athalle Range, Mrs. Flossie
decision obtained In a uphold the validity of this which Sections 2304 and 2501 Baptist Church, Rev. Ernest Hale.
housing case since the OEd lease agreement'In light of the (District of Columbia Housing Williams, pastor. 111e' wel- The association gave gen-
Legal Services Program was defects known to be existing on Regulations) (parenthesis ad- come program beautifully erously to the support of
started In 1965, Earl Johnson the leasehold prior to the ded)) were enacted. carried out with choirs of the Florida Memorial College and

jr., director of the program agreement (i.e., obstructed Johnson said that the decis- local churches of the association to Jordan Memorial School.
said today. commode, broken railing, and ion is significant "because It participation Mayor
Insufficient ceiling height in Stephen Clark brought greet With Mrs. Orphella Forbes
The D. C. Court of Appeals
recognizes a right of the ten-
the basement ings from the presiding, the young people
), would be to city.
ruled unanimously February ant to withhold the rent when fine
gave a program Saturday.
7 that a lease Is Invalid If the
Three sessions Mrs. Vera Thompson was
were held
was In violation of the
housing dally, Moderators speaker. But the cream of the
L. A.
code at the time of Phone 633-3084
housing : 634.9349
rental. .{j or Thompson, J. c. Mlcklns andH. crop was the 20th Century
.,W. Moss presiding.Dr.I.G. March ,staged by the womon
The decision establishes an p WILLIAMS INC. Pratt, president of the Wo Sunday afternoon. President

Important legal precedent for -- - men's Department led the wo- Pratt expressed satisfactionwith
tenants of slum housing,Johnson men. the cooperation given by
said. Stirring and challenging the women.
Land Clearing, Landscaping and Bulldozing messages were delivered by Pastor Williams and his
Since it Isblndlngonalllandlordtenant Trees Cut anJ Trimmed FellowshipHenry the Revs. E. J. Clark, Vernon members gave the session a
cases In D.C., A. McGinnis, Dean of Moss, Samuel Johnson, W. M. royal entertainment and are to abe
it Improves the rights and eco- Top Soil and Fill|| the School of Social Work at Davis, H. W. Moss, and I. C.MJcklns. congratulated for a Job well

nomic condition oftheesti- Light Paving and Wrecking Barry College, Mia ml Shores, done.
mated 280,000 residents of has been selected as a Fellowin Among visiting speakerswere The 1969 confab will beheld
more than 100,000 dwelling the Cooperative Program In Dr. J. A. F. Finlayson, at ,Ebenezer, West Palm
units in D. C. found to be in International Studies for the president of the General Baptist Beach, Rev J.A.King,pastor
violation of the code the landlord summer Institute of 1968 on State Convention; Dr. The president and moderator
cannot go to the courts to Latin America at the University Susie C. Holley, president of are grateful to the women
compel the tenant to pay rentor .... of North Carolina, Chapel the Worn e n's Department of and men for the "Love Offer
to evict the tenant for nonpayment Hill Fifteen fellows were the State; Dr. Sharper of New- ing."

of rent.In selected ,from among 74

the case of Llllie Brown SUPER SOUL TOP 40 faculty members from the

k' vs. Southall Realty Company, South awarded and this Southeast Fellowship which to be Open 7 Days-8 A.M. to 10 P.M.

carries with it an award In the The Best For Less At

1. The Dock of the Bay Otis Redding sum of $1,500.
:t: Negro Postal 2.1 wish it would rain The Temptations For seven years Dr. Mc-

3. Dance to the music Sly and Family stone Glnnis, as assistant professor : a 4'
s 4. Don't have to say you love me Four Sonics was on the faculty of
EmploymentRising 5. There is The Dells Fordham University School of
6. In the midnight hour The Mirettes Social Work. He had been field
7. Daddy's coming home Roy Lee Johnson Instructor, taught caseworkand
8. Walk away Renae Four Tops participated in the psychiatric 1

Postmaster General Law- 9.1 thank you Sam and Dave seminar.
rence F. O'Brien announced 10. The goat Freddy Scott & Kinfolk Dean McGinnis has mem-
that minority group em- bership in the National Asso-
ployment in the postal servicehas 11. Baby now that I found you Foundations ciation of Social Workers;
risen to a record 151,961 12. La la means I love you The Delfonics American Association of Psychiatric -
individuals who make up about 13. Got what you need Fantastic Johnny C Social Workers; Na-
14. Men are getting scarce tional Conference' of Catholic "
21.7 percent of the workforce. 'ftJoe Texr- 1 1
Results of the November, 15. The end of the road I} Gladys Knight and Pips Charities; Council Social
1967, survey also show that 16. Good to me Irma Thomas Work Education, and many
minority group members 17. Do it to it Toney Fox others. ,
achieved significant gains in 18. You say EsquiresBobby pY r?wYtv:4: ::7kM1N;: FA:;::iX:'>.i.V''vq.V: VS> $:

advancement to supervisoryand 19. I wanna be your man Moore and Rhythm OVER 40,600 CARS SOLD
policy making positions 20. The more I do for you baby Cliff Nobles 1968

within the postal service. MUNICIPAL AUTO SALIS AND SIRVICI
The number of Negroes in 21. Country Girl city man Billy Vera/Judy Clay
the postal service has now 22. Your precious love Jackie Wilson FLORIDA'SAUTOMOBILE
reached 132,353, an Increase 23. No love like your love Fantastic Four CHEVY II
of 40,078 or 43.4 percent from 24. Jealous love Wilson Picket

June, 1965, date of the last mi- 25. The boy In love Chuck Jackson
nority population census. The 26. I think I'm falling in love Betty Swan Ja -,' SUPERMARKET!
November, 1967, canvass, 27. Since you've been gone Areatha Franklin '\.,. ; \
which was based on visual observation 28. Security Etta James AS ADVERTISED ON TILIVISIONI
reports on a postal 29. If you can want Smokey and Miracles THI CAI YOU IUT TODAY
30. Would believe William Hunt YOU DIIYI HOMI TODAY
work force of 700,529.The you IMMEDIATE DIUVMYI
growth rate for the Negro $1998FEB.
postal population is more 31. Instant heartbreak The Precisions 500 CARS!
than twice that for the postal 32. Sound off Fred Briggs

service as a whole;since June, 33. Unwind yourself Marva Whitney
1965, the number of employeeshas 34. Next time Jonnie Taylor ONLY 15 YEARS-SAME LOCATION!
Commandments of love Peaches and Herb
35. Ten
increased by 112,749, M /"' TO SIRYI YOU
about 19.2 percent. 36. Til say for every my love Jimmey Ruffin ALWAYS HUNDREDS OF 1955's
Negroes now make up 18.9 37. Lovey dovey kinda lovin Brenton Wood DUMASMILNER THRU 1968's TO CHOOSE FROM

percent of the postal employ- 38. Sit down and cry Jean Wells THI'" HOMI OP THE .ORIGINAL... .. 100% 6UARANTII.....
ment; they constituted 15.7 39. We got a thing going on Ben E King & Dee Dee
Percent in 1965. 40. Take time to know here Percy Sledge Sharp MUNICIPAL AUTO

"The new
survey clearly
demonstrates that the Post Of- PICK HIT PICK HIT SALES A SERVICE

fice Department Is maintaining -
its Back on my feat again FoundationsLOCAL
position as a pacesetter -
in the field of equal em-
ployment LOCAL TALENT TALENTDo 3061 N.W. 36th St.
opportunity, 4181 SW. 8th ST.
master General O'Brien said. ECONOMY CORNER-3W f N.W. 36th STREET
"I think the effort thus far has right man Little Beaver Ph. 444-3566 1:00 A.M. TO 10 P.M.'
been I got a thing for you baby Mr. peculatorSol A WEEK
outstanding, and lam Reed : "'..,..:::;t;; wm OPEN 7 DAYS
certain that we can expect to party
see Mr. Lucky Betty Right
greater advances in
the Run run roadruner Little Jerry Williams BETTER BUICK
the PFS-12 830,1030,1230: 2:30, 4:30: and 830.
to 20 salary ranges AT: [J EJ;
Increased by 94.5 percent dur- -- -

tween ing the surveys two and; half total years popula-be- SpSu o-i--No.16rhe

tion in those salary levels was Sheehan
up only 14.4 percent In the
same period.At following are my selections for Super Soul Top Ten

the Headquarters level, 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
the number of Negroes in the I 2
GS-12 to 18 range has risen to
32, an increase of 128.5 percent -
The total at GS-5 to 11
reached 187, up 78 percent.
Again, Negro employment Is Narnt',

growing at twice the rate for ENTIRE 2300 BLOCK
Headquarters population as aWhole Address S.W.8th ST. HI 4-1661

; the ratio is a 41.5 percent Optn (Mon., Wed., Fri. 'til 9 p.m. and Tues., Thurs., Sot. 'ill 6 p.m.
hike for Negro jobholders Phone

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18 Years of Responsible .
.1 LOUNGES ACCOUNTANTS Building Service to 2 Locations to Serve You!
4400 NW 7th Avenue' E. 0. CU LME R -
Bookkeeping ,
& Tax Service:
.:, 1730 NW 57th, Street -! .',' Earl?Edwordi, Prop.SHADDIE'STAVERN. Public Accountant When Buying or Building --- -
691.2114) Income Tax Notary -
.' Phone 633-3735
6800 NW''' 15th Avenue CALL STANLEY
j BARBER SHOPS 5264 NW24th Avenue Dara'dlSe
t' Live Entertainment Weekend! Dugie's I
6580 NW 22nd Avenue REAL ESTATE RECORD SHOPS! :'c>> PL 1-3604
47th St. 633.9396
( John Hosklnt, Jr., Prop. UNITED RECORDCENTER ... Beautiful Homes 2966 NW -
I CARLTON REALTY 6265 NW 7th Avenue Built on Your
1262 NW 32nd Street
DRESS SHOPS 635.3177 Latest Hit Record. & LPs ,i Lot or OursAttractive Alterations .

5843 NW 17th Avenue AL'S UPHOLSTERY Additions .
696-3515 5509 NW 7th Avenue Let us Demolish
759.8907 Your Worn Out 2941 NW 47th St. 634.3851
6112 NW 7th Avenue Lovely New
a '
Martin W. Smith BROWN REALTY CORP. Home There are no better rooms on earth, than the
4740 NW 7th Avenue
FUNERAL HOMES 754-0655 871 NW 7th St Box 1119 Call Us for Facts About rooms you will; find at DUGIE'S PARADISE.
Hallondale, Fla. Building
I RAHMINGS MORTUARY EVERGREEN Phone 927(1927 Good Bank Financing Seeing I is believing I The accommodations

.. y 1744 NW 3rd Avenue REPAIR Percy Hepburn STANLEY BUILDERS you'll receive, you will find only in this
371.8343 SHOE INCOME TAX SERVICE Inc.Licensed brother.
5770 NW 17th Avenue 6570 NW 15th Avenue 5800 NW 7th Ave Suite 214 888 N. E. 79th Street Jamaica Qugie: , Always a Friend.
691.4343 691.9850 Bookeeplng-Account Miami, Florida
Ph. 7517943
t 6701 NW 15th Avenue ......................................
Any where in the world
Repairs and Alterations A Public Service Over : :
want to go"
'' 4653 NW 32nd Avenue you
Phone 634-9257 TICKETS COST :
CLEANING Live In Molds. :
y TAILORS & CLEANERS Dishwasher Portera.
1 Day Service Alterations EMPLOYMENT Gas Station Drivers : Wallets in ;:
4842 NW 27th Avenue Hotel & Home Maids
Phone 634.9251 Local & Out of Town 1 0 :
t T1QdYL VitV
502 NW 54th St. 757-7674 We Appreciate Your : Color
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1515 NW 62nd Street :
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Hours 5:30-7i30, all day Sat. ,! Quick ServiceBEST .

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a Public Relations Consultant New Photographer at amage 6225 NW 22 691-9335
Theatrical Editor The Miami Times 688.8810
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HAWKS vs KNICKSSouth .. .:':..;,';\ 1..., '

Florida fans will get a chance to view what many pro ,
basketball fans consider to be the game's next super team tonight
when the New York Knlcks face the St. Louis Hawks In
the final pro game of the season here at the Beach Conven-
tion Hall.
The high-flying New Yorkers who have been the NBA's hot-
test unit since a mid-season change coaches saw Red Holz- 1
man take over from Dick McGuire. I
The Knicks have two of the best big men in the game In 6-11 1
Walt Bellamy and 6-10 Willis Reed. Bellamy,th league's top
draft pick in 1961, Is having his best season and the rest of the
club has responded to Bellamy's efforts.
Veterans Neil Johnson, Dick VanArsdale,Nate Bowman and
rookie Phil Jackson are capable replacements for the big man ;
while the Knicks have a host ofhigh-schoringguards enoughto

stock several clubs. m____m.__'______
Dick Barnett, the ex-Tennessee State three-time little All- A sophomore star on
America, is one ofthe game's great shooters as is Howard team of Miami-Dade North
Komives who led the nation's college scorers in his senior ,
listed the
year at Bowling Green ((0.) U. Princeton's spectacular Bill upcoming
: Bradley is finally showing the stuff that made him College can Junior Colleges. Al Is (

i player of the Year three years ago while the club's top pick )
i last season, Walt Frazier, has earned a starting berth of late.
: Speedy Emmette Bryant, a starter last year, is also available. 4 Rattlers/ tracts.'i
: Small wonder, the Knicks are picked as the team of the tot -

. ture. Free

. Tallahassee. -The football
>> The nation's leading thoroughbreds will be action as Gulf- draft is over, but members of
stream concludes Florida's racing seasonwith a 44-day meet- the 1967 Florida A & M (University -
) ing from March 4 through April 24. football team are being
, Purses totalling in excess of $2 million will be distrubuted. approached by pro scouts to ( ;
"Stakes and overnight purse structures are based on providing sign as free agents. To date,
I ample opportunities for horses in all divisions to race four Rattlers have signed con-
; ;
y for purses commensurate with their ability," said James DonnJr. tracts as free agents,two have ; ; ;
., Gulfstream president. "We intend to constantly upgrade received contracts and plan to
; ; ; ;
r the caliber of daily competition by carding numerous overnight sign soon, and one has indi- ; ;
I features for the better horses." cated that he will sign imme-
I Racing Secretary Edward C. McKinsey has scheduled the diately after track season.
: $100,000 Gulfstream Park Handicap for March 23.The track's The four who signed will go
: other $100,000 classic, the Florida Derby, will be run March to the Kansas City Chiefs of the
i 30. American Football League.

I Among the likely starters In the Gulfstream Handicap are They Include quarterbackElroy
. Floridabreds Dr.'Fager and In Reality, Canadian championHe's Morand of Ocala, defen-
A Smoothie, Quinta, Proud Clarion, Handsome Boy, sive guard Rudolph Sims of
Estreno n, Barbs Delight,Abe's Hope,Crafty Look,Successor, Tampa, offensive guard ;
Bold Hour, War Censor, Williamston Kid,Ring Twice,Stanis- SharonStallworth of Plant
las and other stars of the handicap ranks. City, and halfback John Rolle
Likely starters in the Florida Derby include the 1967 two- of MIa m i. Flanker Eugene
year-old champion Vitriolic, Subpet, Gin-Rob, Forward Pass, Milton of Ocala says that he I
will with the Miami Dolphins
Master Bold Irish Chief sign -
Verbatim, Flying Blind, Kaskaskia
and a host of other top ranking three-year-olds. of the AFL after the
track season.

Former Olympic sprint champion and Dallas Cowboy split defensive guard and co-cap-
end Bobby Hayes, running with an upset stomach in 107 degree tain, has also been offered a
heat, captured three of the four events Saturday in the world contract with Kansas City,and
Professional Sprint Championship. Hayes, who took the 100 halfback James Long of Talla-
meter title at the 1964 games in Tokyo, captured the 70, 100 hassee recently received a
and 130 yard tests to win the overall competition with 18 contract from the Dolphins.Both .
points, however, he was beaten by Melbourne soccer star Dave have indicated that they
Irvine in the 220 yard event over the grass track in Melboure's plan to sign.Morand .
Moorab football grounds. Dave, who finished second to Hayes will try to make the
lath other three races,clocked a personal best 20-9 secondsin grade as a defensive back al-
the 220.Hayes though he played offense
was timed in 9.7 over thelOO, 7.4 In the 70 and 12.3 throughout his college career.
in the 130. Hawks. Edward Byrd led all
scorers with 27 points with
ELVIN HAYES IS TOP STAR IN BASKETBALLElvin teammates James Keller and
Hayes scored 62 points and top ranked Houston Leroy Gaiter tossing in 18
Cougers exploded for 158 points, settinga major college single 9c?4" l F 1 I points and 13 points for the
game scoring record. That was the big news in college basket- 1 1 losers.In .
ball during the weekend although Louisville and Bowling Green
landed NCAA Tournament berths.
Hayes got his 62 points on 28 of 36 field goal tries and six of the biggest upset the
10 free throw a tt e m p t s as the unbeaten Cougars routed Val- Knight's handed Epicure Mar-
paraiso at home, 158-81, Saturdaynightfor their 26th victory, ket their first defeat of the
25 this season. season with a 76-74' come from
Houston's 158 points broke the old singlegame high of 154 behind victory. The game wasa
set by Furman against the Citadel In 1955.The Cougars' totalof see saw battle the second half
74 field goals also was believed to be an NCAA record. with Epicure holding a 10 point
lead at intermission. George

DOLPHINS SIGN 9 FREE AGENTS Cowart two free throws with 1
three seconds left, clinch the

Nine free agents, all of whom have had limited pro football game for the Knights,Epicurewith
experience, have been signed by the Miami Dolphins, it was Jerry Katz and Dick
announced today by Director of Player personnel, joe Thomas. Mizak paving the way, jump to
They are; Tom Hammonds, Split End and Defensive Back a early lead, but could not
from Jackson State College; Fred Dawston, Defensive Back maintain the hot shooting of
from South Carolina State; LeRoy Carter, Halfback from Eddie Mitchell and William
Grambling College; and Rudolph Barber, Defensive Tackle Chester in the second S half, Mit-
from Bethune-Cookman College. chell and Chester both pitching
Also Dick Washington halfback and punter, Bethune-Cook- in 13 points a piece,while Katz
man College; Don Cherry, halfback, Wichita State; Albert and Mizakflnished with 38pointS'

Jones, defensive tackle, Edward Waters College;Willie Pope halfback -, Head Coach Jack McClairen was smiling approval, displays the SIAC Champion between them. ..
defensive tackle Tuskegee Institute; and Paul Miney, Tournament Trophy and the SIAC Conference Champion Trophy won by his Bethune-
In the
Cookman College Wildcats recently. The Wildcats with 11 to 1 conference game R. C.Ringer's .
22 6-1, an record -'
Cherry, behind Clifford
Miami. Snell
Washington 22 6-1 205 is from
declared Co-Champion with Lane of Jackson
were College Tennessee who
215, is a native; of Tampa.Jones 21, 6-3,260, is from Dania. and Carroll Williams whip the
had identical record. Then the SIAC
of semipro an sweeping Tournament at Tuskegee, Alabamawith
Miney who did not to college but had several years Go Goer's 100-64, Snell led
football go school career In North Carolina, now wins over Lemoyne College, Alabama State college and defending champion all scorers with24points,
after a high and weighs Florida A&M 104-101 in the finals Shown from left to right: McClairen Johnnie
lives in Fort Lauderdale, Miney is 24, six-foot, : while James Hunt had 22 pointsfor
Allen Otis Fells and Carl Fuller.
Canto Ohio ,
222 is from the loser.
pounds Pope 23, 6-2, 260,

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Small Homes To Be Built With $444,280 loanTo I GORGEOUS EXECUTIVE TYPE I

-: buy to low-rent one:bed- rehabilitate the units and use lag Authority to Metro-bas al. been formally held up by le-
2 baths Fla
beautiful3bedrooms, room 1\\
Most ,
room homes at N. E. First them for publichousingfortheelderly ready been approved, but has gal1t1es.lI.ildilg .
q Avenue and 71st Street, the MOST MODERN KITCHEN, Built-in oven and ;
Miami Housing Authority received Metro Housing chief Haley Lots rangebuilt-in refrigerator and freezer. Central
a $444,280 federal loan Sofge said' the rehabilitation
air and heat. Garage. EXTRA LARGE I
I this week. will get under way in about 30
The United States Department days. The'units are now own- $100 DOWN & $25 MONTHAs GROUNDS, SCREENED IN POOL. REAL
oftiousingandUrbanDe- ed by Gust Newberg, a con FLORIDA LIVING Shown by Appointment.Open .
low $1,450.75 ft. frontage. Ready to
velopment made the loan. The tractor. Transfer.of theHous-
Miami Housing Authority wills bulld.lnlincoln City vicinity. S. W.213th St. House Sunday 1 to 5 p.m.
ALMOST NEW to 220 St., Cutler'Ridge and Allapattah Dr. ,

2 bedroom CBS home. Fu II High Pineland, excellent location.

7-; etDOUBLE price $9,000 Drive by 228 JACK RICHARDSON, REALTOR FORD REALTYINC. Broker
Washington Dr. Coconut
ACTION GroveThen coll6346875. 14531 NW 7th AVE. PHONE: 688-6638 3639 NW 15th Ave. 635-4595

Reg, Real I Estate Broker
1899 NW 53rd eVA

4i-c1 REALTYBROKER King Realty, Inc. of Miami
FHA Terms
King Size REALTORS 8000 NW 7th
6808 NW 6th .Ave 4 bedrooms, 2 bo.lis: 2 \I (ISOUR ''
story, $300 down, $91 month. KINGDOM -

K, 7521 NW 12th Ct. 2 bedroom CBS, $250 OPEN 7 DAYSNO 6932831 CALL

l< down, $95 pays all.

.; 14265 NW 22nd PI. 2 bedroom CBS, $200 3 bedrooms, enclosed front porch, jalousie win

down, $56 pays all. dows, stove, refrig., large fenced yard. Bargainat
$7,000, $600 down and $75 mo. pays all.
8037 NW 18th Ave.$300 down, No qualify-

ing. 3 bedroom. Corner.
FOR RENT Seller closing this CBS
pays costs on bargain. 8340 NW 10 AVENUE
1121 NW 47th St. -1 bedroom duplex. Large Fla room, tile roof, city water and well for Lovely 3 bedroom house. Completely furn. Car-
II appliances, air conditioner. Good location.
1637 NW 40th, $t. 2 bedroom duplex. port.

1217 NW 38th St. 2 bedroom apt. $250 DOWN $15 PAYS ALL $10,500 FHA 1351 NW 51 TERRACE

3274 NW 68th St. -1 bedroom house. Seller pays closing costs on this modern, 3 bed 2 bedroom, Fla room, carpeted, FHA $100 downto
room CBS In n.warea in Opa-locka. Near school, vets.
shopping, buses. Jalousied windows, large lot,
8930 NW 9 COURT
FORD REALTY appliances. A neat attractive home less than
INC. at
Gorgeous stove, refrig., carpeting,
rent. (Our Opa-locka phone number is 624.3666)). FHA terms. Vets $100 down.
3639 NW 15th Ave. 635.4595

2 bedroom, screened porch, carport, FHA only
Lovely CBS across from school at 8418 NW 24th .
$100 to vets.BEAUTIFUL
NO WAITING Ave. Tile roof, carport, awning windows, gas
heat, stove, refrigerator, air conditioner. FHA CORNER INCOME PROPERTY
Move Right In price $13,000, $400 do w nand $80.82 month. 1391 NW 45 STREET

r' 3 bedroom, well, pump and sprinkler, awnings.
No Red Tape BEAUTIFUL NEW AREA IN OPA-LOCKA Has one bedroom apt. for income. Also garage.

4222 NW II PLACE Modern 4 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, front porch, car-
Lovely 3 bedroom, Fla room, separate diningroom port, (alousie windows, wall to wall carpeting, 1043 NW 33 STREET
tile bath. $10,900. $595 down. $85 per mo. fenced yard. Near schools, shopping, buses. 2 gorgeous CBS houses on 1 lot. Only $18,500..
$300 down, $81.46 mo. $13,000 FHA and seller Well, pump and sprinkler.
131 NW 41 TERRACE pays your closing costs. Call our Opa-locka of
CBS, 2 or :3 bedroom, $10,500. $500 down, $85 fice, 624.3666 for this bargain.NO 1840 NW 41 STREET
Large 3 bedroom home. Completely furn. Built-in
per mo. Near everything.
I stove and oven. Good terms.
new 2 bedroom CBS. Lovely. Oak floors, CBS, 3 bedrooms, large enclosed front porch, din- HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWe
huge Fla rm, extra large lot. $12,500. $695 down ing room, garage. Near Shadowlawn Elementary in homes for being dis-
and $90 per mo. School at 47th Terrace near NW 1st Ave. Price is specialize persons
$12,500 with $600 down. Ho red Lapel I placed in Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing
SEE TODAY Projects, Veterans Call to see if you qualify.You're
only a phone call away.

Call Owner 693-2631

I Beautiful, like new at 55th St. near 1st Ave. Fla Best Buys in Town

i room, tile roof, built-in kitchens, formica cabinets,

like new stoves, refrigerators, air conditioners 143 NW 39 ST. SPACIOUS 3 CBS.
gas heat, carports.Will sell below FHA of$23,000 dining room, utility room, car
and seller will pay all your closing costs tooll! port, workshop, sprinklers. Bar-B-Q. Large lot.
(Broker) All fenced. $450 down. $14,950 FHA total.

693.4772 CALL 635 -3177 Carport, jalousie windows, very modern kitchen, 2460 NW 88 ST. CBS BEAUTY. 2 bedroom, large
eat-In kitchen, front and rear porchcarport. Only
SEE THESE HOMES BEFORE YOU BUY conditioner $250 down.$11,500 FHA Mai.No closing costs.

FHA CBS 2 BEDRM, I BATH, vynl firs, and $83,71 FHA. Seller pays all closing costs.

screened porch, $10,500, $350 down, $65.11 mo.
3 bedroom.

FHA CBS 3 BDRM, I BATH, Pool, WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES- Large Fla room, utility room, appliances, 2 air
garage YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR conds., circular driveway. $13,700 FHA total.
tile roof, sprinkler, landscaped, $16,500, $600 $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING No closing costs.

FHA CBS 3 BDRM, 2 BATH, Terr firs, Flarm NO (1UALIFYING. LIKE NEW CBS. 2 bedroom,
wash machine SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT!!! 2 bath, awning windows, Bar-B-Q pit. Large lot.
cpt, utility rm, stove, refrig., ,
YOU City sewers. Only $1,500 down, $11,500 total.
Ranch style beauty, excellent location, $15,600,
$600 down, $96.21 mo. BRANCH OFFICE IN OPA.LOCKA AT No closing costs.
16000 NW 27th AVENUEIn

each side.$100 mo.income.$17,500, $700 down, 624-3666 Open 7 DoyslREALTY! Large enclosed porch. Dining room, utility room.
$107.76 mo. Carport, new roof, city sewers. Total price only
$7,500 cash or terms.
2 BDRM, I BATH, tile roof, vynl firs., NO QUALIFYING. $90 MO. CBS DUPLEX. 3
priced for quick sale. $11,000, $1200 down J70 bedroom and 1 bedroom apts. can be used as 4
mo. pays all. L_ BROKER bedroom, 2 bath home for large fa mil i I y. Only
$1,000 down, $8,000 total. No closing costs.
CBS TWO 2 BEDROOM, I BATH homes on 4932 NW 7th Ave.
one lot. $200 mo. income. $13,500, $1500 down WE HAVE MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS
PL 9-4371

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Corner. WMBM, 1490 KC, Fridays 3:30 p.m. and 624-3666
9:30 p.m. Get Real Estate information and call to
see the homes. Open Evenings Sundays 4260 NW 7th Ave. 7585551q


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CLASSIFIED ADS Room in FOR private RENT home. Lady AKA Negro Heritage

preferred. 2125 NW 64th St.


Spacious room. pri-
vate $12. week. 691-4286
FOR SALE' FOR SALE FOR SALE'EXECUITIVE Gamma Omega Chap- A child is one who win .. ex-

2440 NW 86th STREET 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH HOME Room nice location. Hot waterat ter of Alpha Kappa Sorority periment with air.. .take careI

Kitchen. Pantry, stove, refrigerator FHA price $16,000 with $600 On Little River drive.on the all times. 691-7034. dedicates this poem to all I of the goldfish, . .discuss the

separate dining down and $98.78 month, Fla. canal, 3 bedroom,bath,plus children during this time of problems of the space age . .
room, large living room, room. Spacious kitchen, stove Florida room, patio, garage, Front bedroom. Also small crisis. Children of courage, A child is Norbert Rillleux
hardwood floor, alr-conditioner and refrigerator. Seller pays large eating kitchen, ,all built- efficiency. No children. 775 we the nameless living and He is one who is . dwarf

Knotty pine den with all closing costs.Arthur Tubin in, hardroom floors all bedrooms NW 65th Street. dead former campaigns,sa- in the first grade . Prince
closet, desk, book shelf. Use Realtor. 7906 NW 7thAve.. Ph. and baths large. lute you. This poem was sub- Charming in the fifth . The
as third bedroom. 2 bedroom. 6914785. $25,000 with bank terms. Appoint Stores offices or clinic. A-l mitted to your reporter by Mr. director forthe senior play. .

Divided tilebath. Air-condi- nr at only, A. Ben-Kori, location. New building on NW Paul V. Wilson a teacher at He is Sidney Pettier!

tioners in bedrooms,optional. 83rd ST NO QUALIFYING Realtc, 612 NW 60th Street. 62nd St. at corner of llth Ave. Polnciana Park Elementary '
Fenced large concrete drive, Large 2 bedroom CBS Florida Call anytime 759-2425. next toU-Tote-MStore. Phone School. Mr. Wilson's class, A child is one who will. .. play

sprinklers, shade trees,shub- room, air-conditioned $1,000 Max Levin FR 4-9081 or 444* we understand, have plans to outdoors when it rains.. .play'
bery. Price $17,300. $2,750 use this poem as script for a Indoors when the sun is shin-
down and 3673.
move right in.Arthur 8940 NW 8th AVENUE
down $115 month all playlett. ing . conquer hills and dales
pays By Tubin, Realtor, 7906 N W 7th OPEN SUNDAY 2 to 6
and mountain . A child
owner 691-0312. tops ,
Ave. Phone 691-4785. $18,000 with bank for
terms Large 2 bedroom apartment
WHAT IS A CHILD?, is Matthew Hensen!
this 3 bedroom 1 bath beauty 2139 NW 47th Terrace. 373-
2230 NW 96th STREET 9th AVENUE FHA central air and heat dishwasher 7973
with bank terms By LEE BENNETT HOPKINSA A child is . "Let's watch
Total $15,500 Like new 3 bedroom CBS tile
garbage disposal
the ballgame Dad! . ."Let
3 bedroom 1 bath, florida roof, hardwood floors, awning rugs drapes, fenced yard, HELP WANTEDMale chid is one with. .a comic mo lick the puddlnpan, Mom!* ",'

room, hardwood' floors, tile windows, garage, awnings, hardwood floors. This is extra book in his notebook...a spel- . "I got 100 baseball cards
roof, stove and refrigerator, central heat-FHA price $16- special. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor $100 work 5 1/2 days. ling text in his desk. .a novelin and only got 991"A ,
drive by then call..Ben-Kori 000 with $600 down and$98.78 call anytime 759-2425.. Kitchen and counterman. his heart . .A child is you

realtor, anytime 759-2425. month. Arthur Tubin,Realtor. Kentucky Fried Chicken, 585 Richard Wright!

7906.NW 7th Ave. ;Phone 691- Total price $6,500.00 for a, Hialeah Drive (NW,54th Street child is . that each and
$13,900 TOTAL 4785. CBS home with me xtr a lot. 3 blocks west of LeJune road)I He can produce . an oral every spare moment! He is
Beautiful 2 bedroom, bath This is a once in a lifetime apply in person.No phone calls report on the U.S.A. .a writ- sometimes young-yet sometimes -
with beautiful florida room, in VETERANS& URBAN bargain. Terms to suit you. ten critique on"ToraSawyer" old. He is sometimes an

very best area, with hardwood RENEWALFHA Call Aetna Realty (Broker), HANDYMAN PORTER . a poem about his experi- angel yet sometimesso
floors, carporte,this is a steal & VA HOMES 757-5724. $340 month. Tahiti Motel ences . A child Langston devilish. He is always right

FHA terms $450 down, this $100 DOWN 16901 Collins Avenue Hughes) and never wrong . But

won't last. A. Ben-Korl,Real- 2- 3 and 4 bedrooms. 1 and 2 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, wall to most of all-the child is youth

tor, Call anytime 759-2425. baths. Arthur Tubin, Realtor wall carpet, stove, refrigerator Barber wanted. Beck's BarberShop As a noun he is . a person! and youth is hope!

691-4785. $92.00 monthly pays all. 6612 NW 18th Avenue.MISCELLANEOUS As a verbe he is, Jump,
1210 LITTLE RIVER DRIVE Non-qualifying good terms. crawl, and swing! As an ad- If you would like to contri-

Total price $22,500 for this 87th ST. NO QUALIFYING Aetna Realty (.Broker) 757- jective he is . undebatable! bute to Negro Heritage throughthis
beauty, very large 3 bedroom 2 bedroom CBS Florida room,. 5724 But- be it language or'slang column, please call Fred-
2 bath, hardwood floors,large carport, stove, and refrigerator -' Letter writing, bookkeeping, uage" he is the King's Eng- erica Smith at 635-0222 or the

kitchen built-in, florida roomon $1,000 down and $103 8441 NW 25th Avenue is a CBS, floor waxing carpet cleaning. lish! Miami Times.
the canal, ,central air, this month pays all. Arthur Tubin, 2 bedroom home with a fenc- Ada's Service 751-0551 or

has bank terms. Drive by then Realtor, 7906 NW 7th Ave. Ph. ed yard, patio and other features 7515771.
call A. Ben- Korl, Realtor, 691-4785. $10,500.00 total price- --

anytime 759-2425. $84.00 monthly pays all. Call TV SERVICE

FHA SPECIAL Aetna Realty (Broker), 757- City wide 24 hour serviceCharge
9799 NW 26th Avenue 2161 NW 100th STREET 5724 it, 634-6714. Castle LETTERS to EDITOR I '

Drive by this beauty, 3 bed- Custom built, 2 bedroom TV.
room 1 bath,pool,patio,builtin beauty. Only 2 years old. 2221 NW 81st Terrace is a

stero'HI Fi,this Is a custom Double carport,extra large lot lovely 2 bedroom home only REMODELING

built special home for some- only $100, down if qualified. $11,000.00 FHA, low downpayment Room additions remodeling Dear Editor, T

one who wants something' Greenwood, Realty, Realtor .,This CBS home with tile alterations commercial

special, furnished $18,000 unfurnished 7595786. 8000 Biscayne Blvd. roof will sell quickly.Act taste Industrial residential. Free rm glad my school is open. I learn a lot. I get good and
$17,000 with bank Aetna Realty (Broker), 757- est j mat e s. Allied Builders healthful lunches. The day goes fast and I am happy.
terms, see this beauty and you 5724 446-3288.
will buy. A. Ben-Kori Real- 1310 NW 88th Street 3 bed- Grade three student,

tor, call anytime 759-2425. room, 2 baths, Florida room, A burgler proof money safe. CHILD CARE Laverne C. Ruso
built-in kitchen selling for
Call 759-4889. Tom Raysor. Phyllis Wheatley ElementaryOn
less than FHA value $124.44 ''Childcare In Carol City Area
REAL BARGAIN monthly. Don't miss this one. 625-2768.

2 Call Aetna Realty (Broker),
Lovely bedroom CBS Cleanas
757-5724 open 7 days. Like new 2 bedroom 2 bath CBS Mothers, Mothers, I f you are
a whistle carpet only$6,500all beautiful 10th the United Home Owners Association of
carport, awning, patio looking for a clean neat home January
cash,!, right near Edison 251 NW 59th Terrace 2bed- landscaped, city water experienced babysitter good Liberty City, stageda celebration for the Installation of Street
this is a steal. A. Ben-Kori, rooms florida room, fenced with extra well and pump for food call us'plckup and delivery Lights in the area. For this occasioIt a program was planned,

Realtor, call anytime 759- yard $11,800, FHA only $400 lawn. Nicely I furnished too! 633-2002 or 633-2732 the Mayor, County and City Commissioners and other promi-

2425. down., No closing costs and Move right in.Close to school, nent people were shceduled to appear. For music two schoolsin

$86.43 monthly. See it by bus, shopping. $13900 terms Infants and toddlers. Best of this area were asked to cooperate by furnishing the music.
Completely furnished duplex.To calling Aetna Realty (Broker arranged. Must see todayl!Atlantic care in the home. 635-2893. We were turned down cold by the first one, namely the instructor -
all cash buyers only $12- 7 and Pacific Realtors (lade). at Northwestern High School, the request was curtly dis-
000. Drive by 1260 NW 34th open 666-0411. missed by saying the band had a commitment for 10, 11, and
St. then call Fenster Realty, LEGAL NOTICES 12. Then added that since integration they have so many com-
rent! Collect itl! CLOSING
Stop paying COST
7598779.No NO mitments that there isn't time for
anything else.This is how
Own this duplex at 2025 NW 91 Lovely 3 bedroom 1 bath CBS NOTICE is hereby given to the the statement was interpreted).

qualifying. 9210 NW 15th Street, only $450.00 down, No tile roof, hardwood floor, owners of the following Motor
However Dorsey Junior High was suggested the instructorwas
Ave 2 bedroom 1 bath car- closing costs and $84.99 fenced corner lot,awning,air- Vehicles will be attached and ,
will fast Call contacted after a long list of excess excuses he too refused -
monthly. This go wall
port, $2,000 down payment. conditioner, wall to car sold In the enforcement of a
Aetna Realty (Broker) for an month and referred us to Charles Drew. The office of this
Take over one mortgage. pet, FHA $300 down$81 legal lean for Just andreasonable -
school contaced and the number left several
was phone
appointment open
Drive veterans or displaced persons charges for labor and
by then call Fenster
7 and Pacific days before the Christmas Holidays for the two instructorsbut
days. $100 down Atlantic storage.
Realty Broker 75987'19.LITTLE .
the calls were not returned.
Realtors 666-0411. 1962 Buick, I. D, No
RIVER BOULEVARDXtra Best corner home in area is 631037923, last registeredowner Between Christmas and the New Year Miami Jackson was

large 2 bedroom, CBS, 8901 NW 10th Avenue? only Live rent free! Beautiful CBS : Frank Barkley suggested. This school is out of the Liberty City Community

la. room, dining room, util- $15,500 FHA-$93.33 monthlysee Duplex, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, proper. However, the instructor Mr. Muscanaria was contacted -
ity room, tile roof, hardwood it anytime. Vacant and carport, on extra large cor- 1951 Ford Truck, I. D.No. and promised his cooperation If it were approved by the
floors, fireplace, wall to wall ready to go. Call Aetna Realty ner lot tile roof. Bar-B-Que 7HA5015B, last registeredowner principal. He at once got in touch with the principal andfhe v

carpet, awnings. Seller pays (Broker), 757-5724. pit. Freshly painted.FHA$500 : Jonathon Rolle principal with the business'manager'to get details of the plan-
all closing costs. FHA $450 down $96 month Atlantic and ned affair. He was most interested and understanding and
down and$86.91 month.Arthur Attention executivesl! This 3 Pacific Realtors 666-0411. 1959 Oldsmobile, I. D.No. promised to do all he could to help' but would have to talk to
Tubin bedroom 2 bath waterfront 597112756 last registeredowner the supervisor.
Realtor. 7906 NW 7th central ,
Ave. Phone 691-4785. heat home air-conditioning has everything;, builtin Brand new fine quality 3 bed- : Joe JonesIn For several days he, "the Principal," tried to get In touch

kitchen carpeting, drapes room, 2 bath home. North of with the supervisor with no luck. Evidently he was out of town
consideration of the fore-
features.Call expressway on open lot, at for the holidays. This information was relayed to the busi-
CAROL 88 plus many more 4015 NW 24th Avenue Phone going, the Repairer and Storer
and told that
(Broker) 757- ness manager was the first thing Tuesday when
Aetna Realty builder 1-3604. will request that Title Certifi-
MONTH SELLER PAYS PL Indef. school opened he would speak to the supervisor and let us know
5724. cate be
transferred to his
CLOSING COSTS right away, which he did before eleven o'clock Tuesday morn
Modern CBS. Den can be usedas shopping area. 759-61 3 bedroom, CBS, carport, tile name. ing we were called and told we could have the use of 20 piecesof
fourth bedroom. Oven and Edison roof, near transportation and KELLY PACE the school's band.
stores plus
Range fenced yard. Circular NW 62nd Street. schools, FHA terms,only$300 Repairer and Storer
drive to carport. Arthur Tu- apartment, good income pro- down. $100 vets. No closing 1401 NW 1st Avenue The night of the celebration was a very bad night. It rainedall

bin, Realtor 7906 NW 7th Ave. perty. Reasonable down. Mike costs. Drive by 323;' NW 171 Miami, Florida 33136 day and into the night, but the band was there, 40 pieces,
Phone 691-4785. Scatton, Realtor, 751-9784. Street, then call Fenster Real- Mar. 1,8,15 nice white uniforms and all for which we were grateful. By
ty, Broker, 759-8779. having this band we were Informed that this band had the same

1250 NW 90th STREET commitment that Northwestern had;yet they sacrificed some
: : time to the too had to attend
2 BATH $20,000 FHA terms $1.000dow'n Open Sunday 3-6p.m. 1220 NW oblige community project. They "'"
month pays all, r the clinic In Daytonia Beach. We were not holding the princi-
Modern four bedroom 2 bath and $150 88th St. 3 bedroom, 2 bath,CBS
2 bath CBS a beautiful SLICK BLACK pals of these schools responsible for lack of understanding and
CBS, Right In back of Elemen- 3 bedroom FHA or conventional,carport,
stove carpet, cooperation because we weren't referred to them, Instead the
corner, built-in and
tary School perfect for loge range over, car- DOUBLE ACTION
family. No qualifying. $2,000 gorgeous patio, fenced yard port. In best area. Our sales- /COLORS GRAY HAWm Instructors gave the final brushoff. We feel this should be
drive by then call.A7BenKoriRealtoranytlme. brought to the attention of the public.J. .
down huge garage men will be
and $88 month pays all. on premises. 2 DRESSES HAIKU! KKE
Arthur Tub in, Realtor 7906 Fenster Realty, Broker, 759- v 1
NW 7th Ave phone 691-4785 759-2425 8779 Smith, President


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