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Title: Miami Times
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Language: English
Creator: Miami times
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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: March 8, 1968
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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gM ; :q:: (AN EDITORIAL) >::>:: Register Now

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s.f. Dade's 45,000 out of school students, a large per- lli: Metro Dade County resi-
dents to to
wishing register
::: centage of them Negroes, are expected to be back in ::::
::: school on Monday unless Florida'sunpredictableGov- :::: vote can do so March 11- April

::: ernor Claude Kirk pulls off another of his grandstand :: 6 at six locations throughout .
the area. :
plays ;
:: The teacher walkout, which entered its 18th day ;:;: According to county Elections -

:: March 7, has reached the point where something has ::: Supervisor Martin Brat-
:::: for solution to : erman, these offices will be
got to give. The way seems clearer a ::
:::: the problem now that both the teachers and the governor ::: open Mondays, Wednesdays,

: It ;;:::; appear ready to make certain concessions to bring ::: Fridays and Saturdays, 9 a.m.
y :::: about a settlement. ::: to 5 p.m., and Tuesdays and

.::: The Florida Education Association indicated its good ::: Thursdays, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

::1: faith since last weekend when it seemed ready to agree :::1:: The six locations are the
main office in the
::: to a settlementproposedbyStateSchoolSuperintendentFloyd ::: Metro Jus-

.::: Christian. But Kirk, with great national politi- ::;;: tice Building, 1351 NW 12th
::::: cal ambitions and wanting all the credit whenever a :::: St.; Hialeah I City Hall, 501

aw ::; settlement is reached, blew the deal. ::1:! palm Ave.; North Miami City

:::: Kirk seems enslaved with the idea of beating the :::: Hall, 776 NE 125th St.; North

:::: teachers no matter what the consequences. But wealthy :::: Miami Beach City Hall, 17001

:::: Florida business leaders who contributed heavily to :::: NE 19th Ave.; Miami Beach

:::: Kirk's campaign. seemed to have gotten the message to :::: City Hall, 1130 Washington

Vice President Humphrey at FAMUThe :::: their boy that a continued walkout could kill the tourist :::: Ave.; and Coral Gables City

:::: economy and the economic and industrial growth of the :::: Hall, 401 Biltmore Way.
state. : For additional information,
students at Florida A & M University are asking each other guess who came : call the Elections Division.
:::: We feel that now thattempers have cooled the School :::
to lunch FAMU FridayStudents in the know are answering: Vice-President Hubert
:: ::
:: Board should make a firm move to resolve this educa- ::
Humphrey.The :: tional crisis with threats ::::
:: no punitive or reprisals
vice presidentwas on a four-day tour of Florida which Included Tallahassee, Hangar Door
:::: against the teachers who resigned. No good can come ::
Cocoa, Sanford, Orlando, Miami, and Pensacola. He was speaking at Florida State :: :::
:: out of picayune actions that might drive most of the :
University, also located in Tallahassee, and wanted visit the alma mater of spring :::: best teachers out of our system. A sensible deadline :::: Kills ManA

champion and All-Pro Dallas Cowboys' flanker Bob Hayes. :::: for resigned teachers to return to their former posi- :;:::
While visiting the FAMU campus the vice-president chatted with students and : : massive hanger door at
::: tions with no change in salary and contract status should <:r
faculty members and did quite a bit of handshaking. He was accompanied on the tour be set. And the'students, least of all guilty in this fight, :;;:: Tamiami Airport fell Mondayon
by his wife Muriel.In .. a Miami man and crushed
:: should not be penalized for absence during this emer- ::::
his introduction of platform guest at FSU, he called FAMU's President Dr. :::: gency. ::::: him to death.

George W. Gore, Jr, one of the finest educators in the country. Dr. John E. Champion :::: If these guidelines are followed we see no reason ::::: The victim was identifiedby

president of FSU, was in the touring party in the visit to FAMU. :::: why an honorable settlement of this crisis cannot be ,:::: police as The 01 oste r
<::: reached . ... :::: Pickett, of 1430 NW 72nd St.,
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. Council Of Negro. Women; Youth (011.; :::::::::::::::=:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: company. "

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The National Council of Negro President, Patty Styles, Vice It is sincerely hoped that

Women - North section president; Sandra Sears, sec- this organization serves as an Bidder Passed in

has, for the second time, retary; Andrea Sweeting, cor- inspiration to all youths, suchas
selected those girls whom they responding secretary; Gwen these young ladies who live

feel worthy of recognition as Rock, treasurer; and Flora by and believe in the highest

the "Youth Council. Mitchell, reporter.The standards of moral principlesand Urban Renewal' ConstructionFor

These girls have been projects for the Coun- service to their fellow
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selected because they have exemplified cil for the year 1968 are: ((1)) man.
good moral charac-
Beautification grounds being bypassed when it type apartments units at NW church Interests, comprisedof
ter and good moral standards. around Christian Hospital, ((2)) bidded to build the first hous- Sixth Avenue and 20th Street persons intensely interested -

Through their appearance,decorum Sponsor Easter Party for the BIGGEST EDITION! ing project in Dade's Urban for $635,000. in the broad problems of the

and scholastic children at the Migrant Can NEXT WEEK Renewal area in the Central There is to be 16 two-bed- ghetto. Some of its membersare

achievement they have demonstrated ((3)) Sponsor story-hour per- Negro district on a non-profit room, 26 three-bedroom, and from the area to be de-
self-esteem. Next week The Miami
iods for children at Variety basis, Ecumenical Develop- five four-bedroom units. The veloped.In .
These girls have also been Times will publish a 72-
Childrens Hospital.On ments Inc. protested bitterly price of the 2.6 acres is fix- the redevelopment proposal
recognized because they have Saturday, Jan. 27, at the page edition, the largestin through its attorney Wednes- ed by Metro at 41 centsa they laid heavy emphasis -
exhibited the highest qualitiesfo the 45-year history of
New Covenant Presbyterian day. square foot and that was not on social services which
womanhood, leadership,and Church the "Youth Council"sponsored the paper.. A special 40-
Apgar and Markham Con competitive.All would have been provided
service. a workshop; theme page supplement depicting struction Co. was recom- bidders proposed to use along with new housing. They
The above young" ladies, the "Decision -- Where Do We Go progress in Job oppor- mended by Metro's staff as the at least $25,000 a year in rent also proposed to give the ten-
"Youth Council have formulated tunities in
From Here?" As a result of Dade County' best of the four'bidders seek- supplements to subsidize the ants a hand in running their
and make the "Girlsof will be added to the
up the workshop, the youth coun- regular ing to build theproject, after rent of low income families own housing projects, and
the Year-International. cil will be sponsoring seriesof 32 pages.... Don't presentation was made to the expected to occupy the units. thereby provide a sense of
The elected officers for the miss
forums -- "Youth Speaks." Advisory Board of the Metro Ecumenical Development is ownership aiat may be other-
Council are; RuthStubbs, Dates to be announced. it.'r Department of Housing and an Inter grated coalition wise lacking.

Urban Development.

'." ;..:r t i p M Attorney William T. Krug-
i \ et "
: .1" Mrs. Range Proposes
; lak, representing Ecumenical
Developments, complained I

called that do a limited a better profit job than group a Store front Centers

ftffLf 1I'JFGt non-profit group." WarnedMr.

Kruglak, "We can take a
loss. Private developers walk Sick with a cold, and havingto Manager Melvin Reese to get
f leave a Commission meet- to work on it.
away from projects that fail to
y. ing, Miami i City Commis- In a memorandum toMrs.
produce a return on Investments -
." sioner Athalie Range's plan Range two weeks ago, Reese
for the long hot summer was promised to support the plan.
The Advisory Board to accept -
'iL endorsed last Thursday by her He recommended "pilot"
vrt f x or reject J the staff's
colleagues after she left the youth centers be tried in the
recommendation and then sent
meeting.Her Central Negro District and
its own tothe Metro Commis-
proposal to set up Coconut Grove.
sion which will make the final
neighborhood youth recrea- He said if they are success
decision March 21.
tion centers for slum youths ful, they could be expandedall

Housing and Development will need the cooperation of over Miami.

Director Haley Solge.aid the civic groups and private busi- Mrs. Range's plan calls for
RI. 1\ r staff recommendation was ness. use of vacant buildings and lots

based on architecture sight She emphasized that young- for youth activities like
... ..._ .,,,.
I '" --- -" r -- design, unit layout, living en- sters would have a say in the singsongsand

First Row Patricia Rock vironment, and feasibility of planning and administration of drama.
: Styles, Gwendolyn Margaret Everett, Sandra Sears,
FHA under the facilities. Mrs. Range said the centers
Thelma Wilcox and Acquilla Hightower. getting financing
Second Row: Carolea Moss, Deborah Donovan, Elizabeth Anderson Merdis its rent supplement program. Mrs. Range left the all-day could also be used as meeting -
at places starting points for
The Commissioners
meeting noon. ,
Bethel, Ruth Stubbs Delores Moss, Catherine Rooker Flora Mitchell
and Rachel Apgar and Markham's bid immediately endorsedher field trips, music and art

Reeves. calls for building 47 townhouse suggestion and told City shows.Ohivor .

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I National Achievement Scholarship Winner

Gail L, Willingham, daugh- ed to full candidacy, 3,500 by are a form of"educational1n-
ter of Mr.and Mrs.AlJile Wil- direct nomination by their surance," since the stipendcan
lingham of 2948 NW 59th,St. secondary schools and the remaining be adjusted if family finances -
was one of 280 winners in the 1,100 on the basis of change markedly while e
fourth National Achievement their scores on the National the student is in college The
Scholarship Program for out- Merit Scholaship Qualifying scholarship can be used at any
. an school endorse- accredited college in the U.S.
standing Negro students;announced -. Jest
for four
today by John M.;Stal- and continues
I naker, p r?fd JitrpftheNa' 4tlonal years as long as the student
4 maintains normal progress
Merit Scholarship Cor
I valued toward a bachelor's degree. 4
poration. The awards are rS
l at $1.4 million Gall is a All Achievement Scholarswere
for their out-
chosen ryr ;
senior at Miami Northwestern
standing ability and potentialfor ,' 3
High where she is president of }t nq
the Girl Advisors, member of future accomplishment bya '
the Blue and Gold Honor Society selection comm ittee made up '
of experienced college admissions -
Thespian Troupe
1880. directors and high c\L '.
school counselors. The com-
All Achievement Scholar- mittee based its selections on
ships are four-year college data submitted by the studentsand

scholarships providing aid their schools, test scores,
ranging from $250 to $1,500per and other assessment material -
year, depending on the completed by the stu
student's need to attend the dents.

college of his choice. Eightyone The Achievement Program r
of the 1968 awards were GAIL L. WILLINGHAMments. seeks t o identify, honor, and

sponsored by 55 different cor- Three thousand became encourage outstanding Negro : I
porations and foundations.Over Commended Candidatesand students generally. To help __
200 were underwrittenby 1,028 were named Fina- improve their collegeadmission -
funds from a 1964 Ford lists. opportunities, names of Y. %
Foundation grant. over 3,000 Commend Candi-
Minimum numbers of Fina- dates were sent to colleges
The 1968 winners,who were lists and Achievement Scholars and universities early last
picked by a selection committee were guaranteed to each autumn. The Finalists were
represent 35 'States and of four geographic regions in publicly announced last
the District of Columbia.Over proportion to the region's Ne- November and individually
35,000 students nationwidewere I gro population according to the identified to the specific col-
considered in the com- 1960 U. S. census.Achievement leges in which they had indi- ;Wtv
petition. About 4,600 advanc- Scholarships cated an interest. t c cyT

I Face Rising Teenage PregnanciesNew ,61 .

ously begun torealize that t
Each even though abortions which
York.- year --
some form of schooling during
nearly 150,000 teenageschoolgirls outnumber out-of-wedlock
pregnancy and education for }
in the United births four-to-'
one by the best b
Jobs after the child is born
States make the mistake of estimates become
-- more
must be provided if the girl is III1l
getting pregnant without get- easily available as family income '
to build a productive life for
ting married. And an annual Increases. Further aggravating herself.
increase of the problem is the r
30,000 pregnant
Among the cities which have
teenagers is predicted for the fact that the pregnant adoles-
begun promising projects to
next decade. cent is getting younger, as
provide special courses and
These alarming statisticsare many 12 13 year-olds Join medical, recreational or psy-
reported in a special survey their ranks.
schological services are San
of the problem of the preg- Until rcently, the method Francisco, Minneapolis De-
nant teenage student published I for dealing with the problem troit, St. Louis and Buffalo,
today by Education News, 1 was to get the girl out of sight N. Y.

the bi-weekly news magazinefor -- out of school and away from Ruth Chaskell, director of
U. S. school administrators classmates and friends, away the National Council on Ille- i rl" yi r t x

from society and then to com gitimacy, says that throwing
The magazine points out that plain when she ends up on wel- girls out of schools is"a very
federal statistics indicate fare rolls. And In national short-sighted policy. It means
teenage illegitimate births are legislation, the emphasis has these girls will be dependentfor
increasing in the suburbs, been on getting unwed mothersto the rest of their lives and

work, not to school. But -- also will have little chance to i .
Education News reports -- be emotionally stable mo-

Children Now have educators suddenly and social and spontane-workers dency.thers. "We really foster depen Local Zetas Make Awards I IThe

Entitled to Everglades Room of the Grand Basileus of Zeta Phi sentation to Mr. William McBride -

Everglades Hotel was the fit- Beta Sorority, Inc., as well as for his community ser-
Benefits ofMother's ting banquet scene on Saturday the awarding of community citations vice through journalism. Mr.
February 24, at7:00p.m. McBride authors the weekly"
as the local Zeta Chapter, Pictured at top Mrs.LenoraB. column, "From Where I Sit,
WorkSocial along with its many commun- Smith, chapter basileus, for the Miami Times. At right
ity friends, culminated its presents a plaque to the well- Mrs. Ruth N. Polite, Awards
Security is keeping Finer Womanhood Week ac- chosen "Woman of the Year," Chairman, makes the presen
pace with our changing work rNli tivities. Commissioner Athalie Range. tation to Mr.William Rolle for

force, Edward P. Blonston, Highlighting the evening activities Center photo shows the Grand his volunteer community work
North Miami Social Security was the provocative Basileus, Mrs. Mildred Brad- through the "Fun for Fun"Club
District Manager announced.Now address by the International ham, as she makes the pre- which has earned national
that more and more mo- recognition. Mr. Rolle's work
thers are working and con- involves the teenagers of the

tributing to the total,family income 4 Man Awarded $1,200 For Coconut Grove area.
Mr.Blonston said it was The Zetas are to be com-
essential that the Social Se- mended as they continue their
curity requirements for dependent Pistol WhinninaA ___ worthwhile tradition of reach
children be changed. ing out into the community to
li Miami Circuit Court Jury before judge Grady L. Crawford salute outstanding community
Under the old law it was Tuesday awarded $I,200dam- leaders. -

necessary man was contributing to show that to a wo-the ages former to a Dade deputy man sheriff who sueda for ;:......................... ....:.:..:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.;.;.;>;.;.;.;.;.;.;.;.......;...............;.;.;.1..1;

children's support in order pistol-whipping him. !
Supplement On Progress
that a woman was contributing -
to the family support immediately ., John J. Brown, now a Dania
prior to retirement, policeman, was the defendent.The In Employment Coming !

death or disability. '.
a incident in
1967, which resulted January in the In the regular issue of the March 15 issue of The ,::

Mr. Blonston urged fathersor s ., suit, came very near to caus- Miami Times you will find a 32-page supplement, ;::;
guardians of children whose ing a race riot in Bunche in which will be depicted pictures and reading :::
mother is deceased or disabled Before her association with the James E. Scott Opa-locka. material the great progress that Negroes have made ::

to come in to the Social Community Association, Miss Olive Alexander's main in the Miami area in employment opportunities. :::
Security Office and ask about interest was designing. A few weeks ago thirty-five A motorist whose arreston You will have to get your copy of The Times early :::
possible benefits for these years later United Fund Agency Executives assembled .. traffic charges drew to the to avoid disappointment for the copies will be sold :::
children. The Social Security for a breakfast honoring Miss Alexander upon heW r several hundred Negroes like hot cakes, if we Judge by the enthusiasm that :::
Office is located at 12695 N retirement as JESCA Executive Director. Their gift fc I kicking, charged him in the deputy with has been shown by those who have learned of the :::
7th Avenue and the telephone the back and
her-a portable sewing machine-presented here by coming of this special issue. :::
number is 681-4651. Mr. Ephraim H. Gale, Executive Director of the YM-YWHA I pistol-whipping fell to the him when he This will be a Journalistic accomplishment that is :::
Blonston said the office is open of Greater Miami. An inscribed plaque on the machinelreads e ground. awaited with keen interest. Remember the date of ::;:

from 8:30 a.m. to 430; p.m. : "Presented to Olive Alexander' February 21, Sheriff E. Wilson Purdy this issue, March 15, with the papers on the news ::
Monday through Friday, and 1968, from her fellow executives in the United Fund and eventually fired Brown. The stands Thursday, March 14.

until 7:30: p.m. on Wednesday. its member agencies." case a gainst him was heard .....................................;...................;.;.;.:.;.;.;.:...:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:0:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:......,

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March. 8. ,. 1968 3 \:

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Pepper and fascell Disagree on .
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The test of liberalism for it offers some hope o f cor- J. Herbert Burke,Broward- .: .
two Miami area Congressmenthis rection. Dade Republican, said that .
week is their attitude toward Congressman Fascell saidit "wishful thinking" wouldn't
the riot commission's solve problems. He added,
was "A little hard believe
report. Congressmen Claude there direction "Where some of the fault may
was no planning or -
Pepper and Dante Fascell disagree of last summer's dis lie with white prejudices, we
on the report. orders." must not lose sight of the fact
is for that the Negro must shoulder
Pepper the com 1s-
Said commission ..
Pepper, "The -
sion's findings and part of the blame for his own
with which Fascell made a good recommen- plight due to Negro self-Indulgence .\
dation. We to a1r1
ought proceed as
feeling sorry for him-
rapidly as we can to raise the
self and attempting as a race
In South Florida, only Con- level of opportunity in the undeveloped to mike: the white populationthe
gressman Pepper endorses area." whipping-boy for injustices .
the report, which blames"de Congressman Pepper said, brought about by slav- "
structive environment" of the however, that "the Vietnamwar ery and its aftermath." '" .II
ghetto, and says that the white makes it very difficult to i Fascell said, "I can't seea ,'" -
'society is responsible for that get an appropriation anythinglike gigantic federal act solvingi .' : a4t-J. .
environment; but the report adequate to rebuild i I all the problems. State and local .
does not excuse lawlessness, large part of America; at onetime communities must lead I :
even though it explains it, and .' the way," he concluded. t x "

Family Health Center Begins Operation Cause'Pictured ,J

Junior College Students Organize -above are some of to assess the community'shealth Both medical and dental ser-
I the staff members of the soon needs. vices will be available.
to be established Economic The Health Center has as its When in complete operation,
GroupStudents Opportunity Family Health primary goal -- the provisionof the center will provide 24 hour
Center, Inc. They are now engaged quality, comprehensivehealth service for the target area.
Organized and membership is for a personto "Orce this "mindexpanding' : in "Operation Cause," services for eligible Working diligentl! y to make
United for Liberty (SOUL), an genuinely like people. is achieved, we--and our, apublic promotion ofthe families living within the this goal a reality are: seated
inter-racial group at Mlami- "This is a club run by and children--can look for a more Health Center. The staff is al- boundaries of NW 36th Streetto left to right: Rosalyn Mailer,
Dade North, announced recently for students," said Prof.John harmonious and happier existence so presently, making a ran- NW 79th Street and NW 7th RN; Jessie Merritt,Community -
that it will not affiliate Maltzer, one of the originatorsof ." dom survey of the community Avenue on NW 27th Avenue. Health Worker; Thelma
with any off-campus group SOUL. "I am particularly Baker, Nutritionist. Standing:
whatsoever excited about the visit in our Ann Haendel, Program
Acting President Joe Briggs meeting of members of Moral Dr. King's "Poor March" Opens in r'Analyst, OEO, Washington,
said; "We will run our own Rearmament D.C.: Anita Johnson, Nursing
hhow. We don't want anybody "They were very impressedby Supervisor; Carmen Stewart,
from the outside telling! us SOUL'S lack of idelogy and Washington/ April 22 RN; Velma Speed, Audio-
what to do. No ideology, no absence of affiliation. MRA's metrist; Frances Jackson,
politics. And we have writtenit representative expressed the RN; Tony DyerClerk-Typistj;
in our constitution. SOUL is opinion that the two groups Commenting on the report tion is confronted directly and for people. It is a person-to- could learn much, from each of the Presidents Commission massively." ]prevail on Congress to pass Relations, Health Ser-
person program, strictly." other about establishing person on Civil Disorders, Dr. Martin : Dr. King said that April 22 :legislation for better jobs and vices Office, OEO; Lois
After word of-mouth -top P.r son communication. Luther King said that the, was: chosen as the beginning :[income Holmes, RN and Adelle Ben-
publicity, over! a 100 studentsof ." report reveals that absolute, of the poor peoples' campaign The groups, King said, will son, Clerk receptionist. Not
various ethnic backgrounds SOUL is concerned about the necessity of his spring campaign because that is when Congress i travel 1 by walking,mule trains, shown: Gloria Lemmons ,
packed the room for the meeting problems of America, but in Washington for jobs reconvenes after its Easter :and horse and buggy.The first. Community Health Worker;
of SOUL. owes no allegiance to any national and: income for poor people! recess. such group will leave Missi- Francyl Hallee, RN; Isabell
Briggs said the SOUL is not group. It is the brain- will arrive in Washingtor.I The civil rights leader and ssippi and pick others inAla- Simeon, Community Health
merely a new campus club. child of Miami-Dade North, April 22, three weeks latei Nobel Prize for Peace winner bama, GeorgiaSouthcarolina Worker; Vibeke Stewart, RN;
The group's InformatIon sheet and is of the people the North than originally planned. has called thousands of poor North Carolina, Virginiaand Alleen Powell, Community ....
says, ". .. perhaps w> should Campus.The Said King at a news'conference from throughout the nation tot on up to Washington. Health Worker.
call it a project . or evena Information: Sheet said "Our experience is thai t t
movement . and if everybody that the progress SOUL"can the federal government, and
gets behind SOUL, it will only be measured on the basisof most especially Congressnever
become a crusade that brings how much knowledge you moves meaningfully)y r FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT
together people of different acquire about the persons in against social ills until the na MODERATE RATES-CALL
ethnic origins so they can this room. Understanding is
meet, exchange ideas and get the key to cooperation . un- ,
to know each other a little bet- derstanding the needs and traditions BONDED t
ter." of various i cultural .
The only I requirement for groups in America.


Policemen Indicted InBoy's A Jk
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who to be of
t policemen allegedly reported on charges
) dangled 17-year-old RobertQ. Civil Rights law violations.The : 0o ,' THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND
. Owens of 1461 NW 60th st., *t34,,,' a4 MANAGEMENT AGENCY THE SOUTH, OPERATING .
r by his heels from the 80-foot officers indicted! are; ;"* IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES
< high Miami\ bridge at SW 3th Jerry P. Edwards and John
, Avenue, a few weeks ago.k Greekmore. Willie Scott, killed in an
A fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for
I automobile accident near tenants convenience
They both resigned from the Young Owens is a studentat Andytown last week. The pic-
a police force under pressure Northwestern Senior High ture shown on the front page of A community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent
from Chief of Police Walter School and graduates this The Times last week was not free," furnished and conditioned foryourcomfortand enjoyment.
- Headley, who had immediately His principal told The that of Willie Scott. It was
year. A public relations department to assist you with your problems.
:r suspended them after the Times; that Owens is a good given by mistake to The Timesby
- boy's mother had reported student the school Scott attended. Tenants concern will stop vandalism and reduce thecost of housing.
) We regret the error.


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4 L To Be EqualBy

G. Whitney Young, Jr. Lryr
Office: 6530NW 15th Ave., Miami, Flo. 33147-Phonel 691-0421 By Booker T. Hayes
Executive Director

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher National Urban League -

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor . Give Them A Break!
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor
Need Help The present school crisis has brought to the surface a nurn-
National Advertising Representative Young Mothers "ber of causes that in my opinion can be directly attributed to

Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. the present condition of our public schools. The teachers
310 Madison Avenue. New York, N. Y. 10017 It's estimated that there are more than 2QO.000 teenage unwed attention and in
to more
Member of their effort a change in the
the National Newspaper Publishers Association to these girls and their
2400 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 mothers every year.What happens motter of national educational facilities of the State, have been instrumental
is :
to that question
children? The answer
showing our schools serve different purposes for different

SUBSCRIPTION RATES concern. people. Basically, all parents will attest to the fact that
ONE YEAR 55.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 racial issue because only a minorityt
This is not solely a ,
but the of
is necessity
a proven necessity varies
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the of the families affected are Negro,but it has a greater impact J depending upon the educational background of the parents them-
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 on poor Negro families in the ghetto.That's the to read
selves. To some parents ability and write constitutes
of coping -
middle class families have a way
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" of a major achievement, and once their child has achievedthis
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead with such problems. In many cases the girl is pulled knowledge they consider the process complete.
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accordsto school the neighbors told she is spending the winter with her"aunt"
every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human' and the child is placed for adoption. To some parents our schools represent a caretaking instl-
and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man..the NegroPress..arives in a faraway city with doesn'tfeel tution. Their main concern is that for seven hours their child
to help every man In the firm belief that all men I The girl returns home no one the wiser, and she will have supervised care. U in the process of these seven
are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. the brunt of society's moral judgments.
: education is all Is well but
afford hours an acquired most working
But the poor can't take this way out Not only can't they -
parents depend upon the schools to account for the major
DISORDER COMMISSION REPORTSThe it, but since Negro children are not often adopted, placingthe pore
in tion of their child's day. The: quality of the education their
life sentence
child in this often giving him a
National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders has way to children are receiving is of little interest to a large numberof
Issued Its report on the urban violence of 1967. After a studyof a foundling institution. There Is also a greater willingness parents, because they still think in terms of the three R's.
his natural mother rather
the child him with ,
keep keeping
seven months the commission said Americans must halta ,
This attitude, this Indifference on their part has been the overriding
movement "toward two socletles--one black, one whiten than cold-heartedly abandoning him. factor behind our present problems.Is .
Unfortunately this results in addedproblemsduetopovertyand
separate and unequal. conditions.But it possible, that through their efforts the teachers have
over-crowded and inadequate housing
Here are some of commission's findings: thrown onthe ratio of
some light high drop-outs from our pub
school and
out of
still the mother is
worse young
America cannot -- It will not tolerate coercion or mob-rule. lic school system? Is our present educational system failing
Violence and destruction must be ended" left to cope on her own due to inadequate services.
not In
only the streetsof
to reach or maintain the Interest of our ambitious
It is these young people -
If anyone needs special services and help, yougirls. ng
the but In
ghetto the lives of
our people.
the out
? Does Inequities pointed by teachers
Blamed But they don't get it. In Central Harlem for example, give us
"white racism for the explosive mixture' which
idea to in this of
some as why day specialization so of
100 of the many
there facilities to about more
culminated In the are special help only
urban disorders
of the last four but
years, our young people consider going to school waste of time
? In
also condemned black extremists who have stimulated moodof than 2,000 girls who need care and counseling.The Children'sBureau
opinion there has to be a connection. I don't believe
that of ten unwed mothers anyonecan
violence which needs reports only one spec-
only a spark to set it aflame.
accurate account to the
give an as extent but
ialized services and of 50 shelter any numberof
Charted of action only one gets maternity care.
courses for local
governments and the which us could give a vivid account of what it is like to have com
police to heal a widening breach between the structure' The Pittsburgh Urban League had a program broughtthe
"power -
pleted a course of study in an inferior school. We have
Board of Education health and welfare any
and slum dwellers groups
the Negro and to
open doors that number
of parents working diligently toward the day when their
long have been closed to him In the white community.The provide the special services these girls need. They were
commission allowed to continue their education, got pre-natal and post- children will be able to enter some college or university. What

them over the next suggests three to far-reaching five proposalsmuchof natal care, and they were allowed to return to regular classesat these parents don't know is that it will require a more than
years -- In jobs housing
average effort on the part of their inferior educational back-
school. assured of hot meals free
They were transportation -
education and welfare,to bring Negroes out of the "ghettos and ,
into the mainstream of American society.' to school, and specialized care by nurses and teachers. ground. Many parents will have to accept the fact that their
Here minimal children will not be able to complete the required course of
The in are some standards communities should follow -
report was a data obtained
large part on from more
to study at a school of higher learning,because of the foundation.
than 130 witnesses in 20 days of closed hearings, 24 days of help this increasingly serious problem; poor
commission conferences visits Institute sex education courses in the schools, to be given And as is always the case in instances such as this,
by to eight
the realization will have
come too late.
teachers with
by special training.
cities where disorders had occurred and interviews there witha
cross-section of citizens; staff surveys of 24 disorders in Don't kick the girls out of school. Keep them in their norllL'lclasses Have you noticed how the clamor has died down since most

23 cities, and special staff hearings to obtain sworn deposi- and instruct teachers in how to act human toward them of the schools are open? The only parents seemingly concern-

tions establishing factuality of the reports, narrative profilesof If these girls suffer from anything, it is from the way rigid I ed anymore are bose with children still out of school. We

urban disorders, and to obtain a cross-section of moderateand teachers and welfare workers look down on them and make have to search the newspapers for print concerning the crisis. I

"militant Negro views." them feel like pariahs.Set It no longer gets the big bold type, and front page space al-

Recommendations for national action include creation ota up educational and health facilities so that girls who need I lotted during the beginning. This ability of people to forget so

million public service Jobs over the next three years, with special assistance can continue their education, while insuring readily has made the teacher's stand a mast I believe only
250,000 in the first year. that they get proper diet and medical attention their determination and willingness to be counted will make

.. Creation of one million Jobs in the private sector over .. Provide. .counseling to guide the girls to llL'lkefull use ofineir the people of Florida react.Phil I

me next tnree years, wun aouuuo in the first year, based in aonuies. "'--
part on major new tax incentives to stimulate hiring and on- Establish day care centers so that young mothers can return I

the-Job training of the hard-core unemployed. to school after they give birth. Such centers can also insure OssoferI

Provision -- through new and available housing stocks of proper care for their babies and relieve some of the strainat

six million low and medium priced housing units over the next home.

two years,'starting with 600,000 the first year. Provide special vocational and training services for mothers spent ar Interesting and informative greater feelings of Inferiority,

Extension of early childhood education programs such as who want to work. evening last weekat Dr. Stolee discounted this

Head Start, to every disadvantaged child In the country, low- Welfare authorities should consider the young mother an> the Florida Council on Hu- fear by giving as an examplethe
ering the minimum age levels. child a new family, entitled to payments and treatments due a man Relations' banquet. The students from the Coconut

Members of the commission are: Governor otto Kerner,of family unit.Society subject was "Busing-An Answer Grove area of Miami who are

Illinois; Chairman Mayor John V. Kindsey, New York; Vice has to treat young women with compassion with full to De-facto Segre- attending Coral Gables High

Chairman Senator Fred R. Harris of Oklahoma; Senator Ed- knowledge that they have much to contribute, and they must be gation?" School without suffering such

ward W. Brooke Massachusetts helped now. Their welfare and the future of their children calls City effects
; Represntative James G, Commissioner Athalie He jokingly mentioned
Gorman, California; Representative William M. McCulloch, for a more humane attitude than exists at present. Range and Dr. Michael J.stoI I that the windows of that
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B. Thornton, Chairman Board, Litton Industries OI;c, .LJln CtOr south Florida school had been blocked in to

Inc.; Roy Wilkins, Executive Director, National Association POLITICAL NEWSOn School Desegregation, and cut off the affluent surround

for the Advancement of Colored People. consultant at the University of ings. Actually, the windows
Monday, President Johnson in
a special message Con- Miami, spoke. Both have been blocked in becauseof
POST gress, proposed a Health in America
program that would cost agreed that . .
$15.6 billion. busing is an important air-conditioning. Hmm
Reading Ralph McGill's column in the Daily News, we find outlined birth-control programs, efforts to it
slash infant deaths s t e p to school deseg- might be said that this is a"paneless"
the Rev. Nicholas, vice-president of the Board of Education and provision for new incentives for the regation. Mrs. method of protecting -
Range said
in more doctors. ,
Philadelphia, recommending that erring students be
punished it Isn't the best such students from
In the presence of their Mayor Chuck Hall who has been step forward,
at Metro's
peers public
community whipping mayor for it'll
than four will more do until the best comes viewing the surroundings.It .
posts. years, seek re-election
others seeking reelection along." Both speakers seems to me that busing
felt that
He said he knows that many persons consider a as Metro commissioners are Alex Gordon
whipping vice-
chairman busing students would Negro students to white areas,
post to be antisocial and brutal but he believes with 10 years service Tom help
In every com- ( ; "Malley.' Harold make a break-through and busing white students to
munity having a nice little whipping post. "I think discipline ?Greene, Hardy Matheson. housing. on open Negro areas might be the kind

is the objective of the parents and the schools, and I believe of air-conditioning needed to

the courts should back us up 100 per cent," said the parson. During the question and answer keep our cities from sweatingout

Well, we live in a country where there is freedom of speech 1; period following the more "hot summers." I'd

-- so that's Rev. Nicholas' opinion. Ye Editor disagrees. He' LETTERS to EDITOR i talks, someone expressed fear like to se e the school boards

too, believes in discipline, but not in that way. j that busing underpriviledged promoting suchaprogram.Their .

The whipping post was abandoned when slavery was abolished 25MBKMHHHBHHHHH8HBIEL. students Into affluent neighborhoods slogan could be; "Take

if memory serves me right. we live In the most free Tm might have an adverse the bus, and leave the teach
beginning to
country In the world. There Is little or no chance of returning get the uncomfortable feeling that there's effect on them, causing ing to us."

to the whipping post. In our opinion, neither the parents nor j the moving black afoot, a conspiracy whose main Intentisto perpetuate

the courts would hardly condone such action. community's sluggishness by over-filling our bellies
with carbohydrates and our heads Dear Editor
with fats
at these too :
REV. LUTHER PIERCEThe l popular department store luncheons and hotel banquets., too

Rev. Luther C. Pierce, pastor of the Union Congrega- It's true that our community is often dull in appearance and The "Woman of the Year" presentation in cooperation with
tional Church in Hallandale, has been appointed a Program for balance, our eyes and ears need an audio-visual the Greyhound Lines
change Inc.
was a marvelous idea
Consultant for Florida Region of the National Conference of but must we persist in playing the role of the prostitute who,

Christians and Jews. when her pimp gives her a fur The three
coat honorees
goes out and works harder I chosen were indeed deserving of this
Rev Pierce is the producer and host of Man to Man," the 'than ever for him because he's good to her? J honor.

popular Channel 2 dialogue program which features ministers, Okay . so we want it known that we know how
j priests, and rabbi and Is unique in that it carries the official 'but do we really have to drain our pocketbook to to "act," This type of recognition of leaders
prove it? And outstanding community
I I' co-sponsorship of the three major faith groups in the area. where do we go when our pocketbook needs should be an annual affair Community
refilling that the Miami
Rev. Pierce is on the Board of the Community Television I'the way to build respect? ? is that ;could participate in. entire

Foundation and before the inception of "Man to Man," did religious While the various commissions and other

programming on WLBW-TV and WTVJ-TV. on their hangups about who, when groups sit down I I[ Join the women
why and how who occasion
let's get were priveleged to share in this
:and pool up
our in
resources to
ourselves Fvean Idea the Miami Times for the opportunity to
: or two giving us
ERRATUM I If I How about you? honor such fine women

f In Editor's Note Book of March 1, second line expressing brother Remember, we're not just our brother's keeper,we are our

: thanks to Doctors L. W,Dowlen and A, W. Ward, his physicans, Sincerely.yours,

the name Ward was an error. It should have been Wood Sisterly, Miude K. Reid, president,

Maxine Bethel Greater Miami Urban League Board

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As this report concerns every city of the nation, Miami must SAID THAT r ,.
be concerned. It's a truism that prevention is better than cure. 11 DEATHS FROM SHOOTING W z

Accordingly, the time to prevent a civil disorder in the Miami V/EREFROM UNDERDETERMMED
area is now, so that it will not have to take tanks, machine SOURCES, THECOMMISS10NCONCLUDED

guns, and shotguns to stop any racial disorder. : O7-HER '
The eleven commissioners consisted of two distinguished THE LOCATION OF DEATH, ; .
Negroes, Roy Wilkins of the NAACP, and Senator Edward W. THE NUMBER OF WOUNDS, THE M
Brooke of Massachusetts. The other fine members were also MANNER IN WHICH THE WOUNDS
distinguished citizens (one a woman) from different parts of WERE AFFLICTED ALL RAISE ,: e
the country, one was a chief of police from a Southern city. GRAVE DOUBTS ABOUT THE "

And significantly, the report was unanimous.As CIRCUMSTANCES UNDER
the report comprises about 1,000 pages and few per- PEOPLE DIED." t
sons will have the time,or inclination,to read all of it, we are tLI'r
giving you here the highlights:
For the civil disorders that ravaged American cities last THE FINDINGS i '

summer, the commission said that grievances caused them; BY SELECT COMMISSION 2 ;

that they were not caused by, nor were they the consequencesof ON CIVIL DISORDER 1

any organized plan or consiracy.The NAMED BYIGOVERNOR
grievances mentioned; RICHARD
((1)) Police Practices
((2)) Unemployment and underemployment OF NEW JERSEYBayard '' -

((3)) Inadequate housing
((4)) Inadequate education

((5)) poor recreation facilities and programs d't' : { ,
((6)) Ineffectiveness of the political structure and grievance r
((7)) Disrespectfulness of attitudes y, ,,

((8) Discriminatory administration of justice

((9)) Inadequacy of municipal services
((11)) Discriminatory consumer and credit practices .
((12)) Inadequate welfare programs. 1 __.j j,

Now all of us who can read,hear, or see, know the causes of

riots that cost hundreds of human lives and millions of dollarsin

property damages. Let's prevent other ones by acting now.
The commission said that unless drastic and costly reme- ? AJC Calls For Local

dies are begun at once, there will be a continuing polarizationof ..
the American community and ultimately "The destructionof
basic democratic values." Rustin Committee to Study Civil

The commission said that "white racism" was chiefly to

blame for the explosive conditions that sparked riots in American Disorders ReportAlfred
cities during the last few summers,but it also warned thata Speaks
policy of separatism now advocated by : black militants
many Boas President of this
report and to assign to the
"can only relegate Negroes to a manently inferior economic
the Greater Miami Chapter local
proper agencies responsibilities -
state. Another Season Another American Jewish Committee, for its implementation. -
The commissioners made sweeping recommendations and called
today upon Chuck Hallto .
federal and local levels in law enforcement,welfare,employ- ReasonThe appoint a local committeeto
ment, education and the news media. "While we recognize that
the of the
study report
present withdrawal into frustration and separatism by
Said the commission, "The vital needs of the nation must President's Commission complete implementation of
segments of the Negro community be unfortunate but it is on
be met hard choices must be made and if may this .
necessary, new Civil Disorders and assign report calls for the co-
neither new nor surprising. We have seen a number of such
taxes enacted. operation and coordination of
withdrawals before. to the proper local agenciesthe
The 'commission, headed by Governor Otto Kerner of Illinois federal state and local
responsibility for implementation agen-
They first came at the turn of the century, when the nation -
was appointed by President Johnson last Jut 27, to find where feasible. cies, we do believe that the initiative -
had turned its back on Negro rights.As W. E. B. DuBois wrote,
the causes of the urban riots and recommend solutions. \ In the letter to Mr. Hall should be taken by our
"the nation was a little ashamed of having bestowed so much ,
The report is a stinging indictment of the white society for copies of which sent to community,
.sentiment on Negroes and was concentrating its energies on
its isolation and neglect of the Negro minority. And its 1,000 I dollars." Stephen Clark, Mayor of Mia- ethnic, religious rights of
pages are filled with statistics and finds to bear this out. Jews here and abroad and advances
mi Dermer of Mi-
Instead of keeping up the pressure for his full rights of citizenship Jay Miyor
Said the commission and have created the of
"Segregation poverty ami Beach porter Homer cause human
Washington ,
the Negro withdrew into frustration. Booker
in the racial ghetto a destructive environment totally un- | County Manager Melvin rights for all.
enunciated his program for conciliation and compro-
known to most white Americans. Wnat white Americans have
mise, advising Negroes to"cast down their buckets"which Reese, Miami City Manager,
never fully understood -- but what the Negro can never forget
and Jack Duffield Miami
was to accommodate to segregation and disenfranchisement. ,
-- is that the white society is deeply Implicated in the ghetto. say,
City Boas
He called on Negroes ignore higher education and con- Manager, Mr.
White institutions created it, white institutions maintain it and
centrate instead on industrial education: and, in effect, counseled stated; The M V. Freeport, a
white condones it.
society their withdrawal into the ghetto,self-help,and economic "The report of the Presi- 14,000-ton cruise ship, is
se If-deter minaUon. dent's Commission on Civil nearing completion Lubeck,

THE KING OF CLUBS A MIAMI INSTITUTION NOW By World War I, however,there was new hope that the rights Disorders leaves no questionbut Germany. After fitting out,the
revoked at the turn of the century would be restored. Some that our nation and its ma- vessel will go into service between -

The king of Clubs, the social club organized thirty-eight !360,000 Negroes entered the military service and fought over- jor cities are in a crisis which Miami and Freeport,
years ago, and maintained by some of the city's most promi-,i seas. Thousands left the South to seek slice of the economic threatens the fabric of our society Grand B a ham a Island. The

nent Negroes, has become an institution.It's annual prom, held ,j prosperity.the war was creating in the North. Prospects for a ship will make the 100-mile
on the first Friday in Mirch, is a social assemblage os some 1 t breakthrough into the full rights of citizenship again seemed "If this report is to mark a trip in about 4-1/2 hours car-
of known section in the 1 1 turning point in the history of
Miami's best Negroes, with a cross bright. rying 1,500 passengers and
population, ranging from low to high economic status. But by the end of the war those hopes were quickly dashed.In this nation, it is essential that freight.
there be immediate and affirmative
the first year after the war, more than 70 Negroes were an -
Last Friday evening at the Bayfront Auditorium the Club response to its Preliminary events in the
j lynched. In the last six months of that year, there were 24 race
steeped in tradition, firm in decorum,and strict in its guests'j j riots throughout the country. White mobs took over whole recommendations. We are Miss Bahamas pageant are

formal attire, held its annual ball. It was a pleasure for this I cities, flogging, burning, shooting and torturing Negroes at therefore, calling upon you to under way, with the beauty
corner to see again some of his old friends, whom he hadn't will. Negroes were kept out unions Others were thrown out use your good off ice to appoint contest winner to be selectedin
seen in fifteen years. a special committee to study Nassau on May. 4.
of, federal
had the
jobs -- including jobs -- they won during
The officers and members of the King of Clubs are; Judge war. The KKK began to ride again -- more brutally than theyhad
L. E. Thomas, president; Dr. J. L. Bass of Fort Lauderdale, I ever done before.

vice-president; Lt. Col. Claude Clark, ret., financial secre- Once more the Negro withdrew from hope in America, and higher rate of unemployment, lived in worse slums,and more
tary; E. E. Crowder, recording secretary; D.A.Julius, trea- j\the largest mass movement ever to take root among working of their children attended segregated schools than before. In
surer. 4 class Negroes was born -- the back to Africa movement led short, in spite of all the civil rights bills and court decisions,
Other members are; Daniel Francis, well known educator, 1 i by Marcus Garvey. The slogan in the ghetto became "Buy their day-to-day economic lot had not been improved.And .
who acted as mister of ceremonies, Friday evening in a most J]Black." Faith in integration was abandoned. And ships were that is where we are again today.The old conservative
eloquent manner; Dr. Von D. MIzell of Fort Lauderdale; Dr. 1\bought to take the blacks back to Africa. bugaboo of Negro frustration and withdrawal has set in once

W. H. Murrell, Fletcher A. Paschal, an principal; Then.came the post-Depress ion 1930's, and hope -- in more.
Dr. R. H. Portier, Dr. G. E. Simpson, E. W. F. Stirrup, Jr.; j America began to rise again. The Congress of Industrial Organizations -
L. L. Bibb, Dr. I. p.Davis, who missed his first K. of C. ball announced a policy of nondiscrimination and reawakened ,
because of illness; Dennis Smith, J. C. Chandler, W. C. the old dream of Negro-labor alliance. The New SUBSCRIPTION ORDER I

Cogdell, Ambry Davis, R. Denard, J. W, Everett, F. W. Rey- Deal let Negroes into relief programs, WPA jobs, and public Miami Times
nolds, and Lawrence Adams housing. As jobs opened and more Negroes pressed for employment -
So, this week the King of Clubs takes the place or Orchids in mainstream organizations the cry of"Buy Black" I 6530 NW 15th Avenue I II

and Boutonnaires until next week. And remember, next week softened Into "Don't Buy Where You Can't Work." A. Philip I Miami, Florida 33147

you will receive a big supplement to your regular issue of the Randolph organized a great march on Washington demanding I I II

Miami Times. wartime Fair Employment Practices Code. CORE was born. I Enclosed please find the sum of $.500
The sit-in technique was developed. In 1944,the NAACPput an
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There are three great principles in life which weave its warp \ f BY PRISCILLA REDDINGThe
t. with each other yet har- F,' L I
incompatible ,
and woof apparently
members o f Troop 857 are planning a Waist Line party
create this strange life of ours.
monize and in their I
I March 9 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Burk Jones
It The first is, our fate Is In our own hands, and our blessedness ,.. ---.. for Saturday, ,
8 till 12. Won't
secondis 14921 Louis Street, from you come and swing
and misery the exact result of our own acts. The
"There Is a divinity that shapes our ends, rough-hew them ,. with the groove.
how, we will." The third Is, "The race Is not to the swift, nor Yes, it's time again for you to start brightening up your individual -
lawns. This months selection will be in area No. 2
the battle to the strong;but time and chance happeneth to them
all." Accident, human will, the shaping will of Diety these ." If you live in this area start now grooming your lawn "You"
be this month's lucky winner
make life.Frederick may
things up
Church is presenting fashion show
W. Robertson ?a Bethel Baptist sponsored
From Boston, Mass. Mrs. Florence Hyler arrived last week - i by the Teena ge Commission entitled"Seasonal Fashions -
." It will be held Sunday, March 31. The latest fashions
for a stay with her niece, Mirgle Albury.
Margaret B. King of Hackensack, N. J. and Rose Groves of will be shown. The public is invited. Donation 50f.
East Orange, N. J. are so journing at West Palm Beach from The Richmond Heights Garden Club is having its first Gar-
the snows of New Jersey. den Tea, Sunday, March 24,from 4 to 6 p.m. at the home of its
Mrs. Eliza Grisby (Gloria's Mom) of Detroit is visiting Miami president Mrs. James (Alma)Crawford 14250 Madison Street.
for the first time. She's the houseguest of Johnnie and The program begins at 4:30 p.m. Members will display varied
Gloria Davis. I arrangements: Artificial, live flowers, tray or favor.Hanging
jerry Arrington will hostess the MRS Club at her 56th Street I baskets and plants for patios, porches or Florida rooms will
home on Saturday.E. also be shown. The public Is cordially Invited to attend.
R. Hanna (Carole Cooper's hubby) of Nassau spent the Miami Killian Baseball schedule for the month of Mitch:
weekend in Miami, combining business and a visit with familyand Tuesday, 312Columbus at Columbus, 3:30 p.m.; Friday,
friends. 3-15 Curley at home, 3:30 p.m.; Tuesday, 3-19, Coral Park
After a weeks vacation in Nassau, Fritz and Dorothy Wat- at home, 3:30 p.m.; Friday, 3-22 palmetto Suniland park,
kins have returned to their home. 7:30 p.m.; Tuesday, 3-26 South Dade, at home, 3:30 p.m.;
An interested group ((55)) dedicated Girl Scout troop leaders Friday, 3-29 Curley at Curley, 3:30 p.ra; Saturday, 3-30-
service team members met at the Fine Arts Conservatory Meet Miss Shirley Burkes In her new career as Cosmetic Coral park at Coral Park, 2:00 p.m.
Monday, February 4, to r e I n f o r c e their learning by sharing Consultant for Flori Roberts at Burdine's Miami store. She You are cordially invited to attend the Eleventh Annual Men's
with others. It's the new leader's design for learning.The will show you the beautiful difference Melanin Make-up can Day Program at Bethel Baptist Church on the 10th of March.
first session proved most stim slating. As we discov- make for all skin tones and judging from her picture, she'sjust Tne morning services will begin at 11:00: am.and will be con-
ered that we would learn through a three-phase process that the girl to do it. Do stop by and let her select the right ducted by Rev. Sims; the evening services will begin at 6:00:
called for us to diagnose our own needs, carry out learning shades and tints for your complexion and show you the latest p.m. and will be conducted by Rev. Burney.
activities and share what we had learned with others. At Mon- facial fashion for spring. Won't you help us to make this occasion a successful one
day's session we were introduced to "taster activities" that Shirley Is a Miamian and resides at 1792 NW 49th Street. Rev. Oscar West, pastor and Mr. Gaines, Men's Day, chair-

gave us a sample of the topics most applicable to our problems -_ man.
as leaders. On Wednesday we had to decide whether we Congratulations to Peggy Mills, 1966 Mays High graduateand
needed any additional skills In the area of person-to-persor ttliu 1/uu4 ;ft Weds Delta debutante, for being listed In Who's Who in American -
relationships. We are fortunate to have as our trainers, Miss Junior Colleges. Peggy attends Miami-Dade Junior College
Barbara Moore, Director of Girl Scout Council of Tropical ullti. duqalOftOn South
Florida, and Mrs. E. D. (Jean) Scrogin, field director. Mrs. .

Thelma McDonald and Miss Earline Pinder were Introducedto Sunday, Feb. 25, at the home of the g r o o m' s niece,
the group. These two ladies are the newly appointed assis- Church of God in Hallandale, Mrs. Enid L. Ferguson, 2983 Gun Permit Laws Disarm
tants to our Field Director Jean. Miss ThomasinaThurstonwasgiven NW 63 st for over 300 guests I
Among those who were in our city for the funeral of Mr. in holy matrimony by her followed by a wedding suppei
Robert Marida were Curtis and Sarah Marida, Washington, brother, Mr. Jonathan Thurs- at the home of the bride's sis: Negroes Author Says
D. C.; Edna Chambers, Patterson, N. J.; Alvin and Margaret ton, to Mr. Harold C. Ferguson. ter, Miss Harriet Thurston, ,
Dansaw, West Palm Beach; Mrs. Trudy Wright, Ft. lauder- 30th Avenue and 43rd Terrace.
dale and Mae Etta Mirlda, pompano.A The bride, wearing a cham- Dresses and hats were designed Washington Negroes in der victims last year were Ne-
"Leap Year" birthday party was in order for Mildred pagne full-lengthbrocadegown by Eneath Luceal's of general would be disarmed by groes, and that they are also
Rolle. You see she's one of those lucky 29's (Feb.) piped in peu-de soi, carried Miami. The wedding was directed gun registration laws,for they victimized in other crimes.
Here from Atlantic Highlands, N. J. Is Earle Johnson who bouquet of white carnation by Eneath Luceal. would have "little or no Law-abiding Negroes are
isicacationing with his aunt, Mrs. Millicent Culmer. Earle white orchid. She was attended Out-of-town guests were the chance" of obtaining permitsto likely to flock to register
will spend the weekend In Eleuthera in the Bahamas. by Mrs. Mary H. Gilmore, bride's sisters: Miss Cecilia possess firearms in most their guns rather than risk
Margaret and Lloyd Fisher of Redbank, N.J.hue "sand in matron of honor, Inafull- Thurston of Bronx, N. Y.; Mrs. states, a Negro author warnsin being In violation o f the law,
their shoes." They are house hunting In the area. length rose pink brocade gown Doza Lee Elliott, Richmond, the March Issue of "The he said.
Rev. Clarence H. Cobbs and party of Chicago stopped over with self-short jacket. She Virginia. American Rifleman," maga- White characterized as'one
In Miami enroute from Montego Bay long enough to Join the carried a bouquet of pink car Brothers: Livingston zine of the National Rifle As- of the thinnest arguments ad-
celebration of Frances Henderson's birthday party: nations with matching acces- Thurston, West Palm Beach; sociation o f America. vanced in support of anti-gun

It was sooo goodtoreadFRONT PAGE STORY) of the three sories. son, Anthony, St. Petersburg. William J, White, of Hemp- bills the charge that Negroes
youths who showed our city and others by their actions that Her bridesmaids In deep Cousins: Mrs. Malvese Col- stead, Long Island, a Negro used firearms extensively in
some of us are good citizens. We are proud of you Allen For- turquoiseL peu-de-soi short lins, Lakeland; Rev. and Mrs. and a major in the U. S.Army riot sniping. "That simply
tune, age 14; Jerome carr,age 12;and Robert Hunter, age 10. formal matching accessories, Frederick La Fleur, West Reserve now employed by an does not hold true," he said.
Congratulations! The boys each received a bicycle from the carrying pink bouquet, were Palm Beach; the poitier fami- electronics corporation, com- "Guns played a very minor
Miami police Department In appreciation for their honestyand Miss Harriet Thurston,sisterof ly of Deerfield Beach. pared firearms registrationlaws role, actually, and those who
courage. An interested and concerned gentleman of Gulf the bride; Mrs. Evelyn The groom's family: Nieces to the poll tax. He said: assert otherwise should know
Breeze wrote a letter to Chief Headly and enclosed three $10 Poole of Hallandale; Mrs. Ella and nephews Mrs. Cynthia "Although the Negro had the better."

cashier checks for the boys. Thanks MaeRahming, Mrs. B. Ad- Bannister and daughters, same right to vote as any other The author pointed out thai
Ethel Grice buried her sister, Vable Minuf in Bradentonlast derly, Hallandale. Gene ia and Veloria, Mrs. American citizen, the power bills now before Congress

Sunday. Best man, Dr. Cleveland Bertha Ferguson, Miss Naomi structure knew that few Ne- would not Impose a gun per-
The letter of the late Capt. Samuel R.Stewart as quoted in Eneas of Nassau, Bahamas. Eneas, Mrs. Pendleton groes would pay the poll tax mit system. But, he added,
Charles Whited's story in Tuesday's Mlamt Herald displaysthe Ushers, Mr. Anthony Thurs- Thompson, Mrs. Mary, Dr. to vote and that those few who "some of their sponsors makeno
Negro's Bright Badge of Courage. (Time) In Vietnam our ton, Mr. White Hardennn. and Mrs. Cleveland Eneasand tried could be prohibited from bones about wanting just
Negro troops are proving that there is no color in war; meritis daughter actual that and the President's Crime
The bride's mother wore Agertha, Mr. Wil- voting in a number of
the only measure of a man. silver 'lame dress; jacket with liam Eneas, Mrs.Eugenia Ad- ways. If there were reason to Commission has advocated
"Whatever the outcome of the war, whatever its length and derly Mrs. Ladd and which means
soft copen blue accessories.The daughter believe that the issuance of registration --
price in suffering, the experience should pay high dividendsIn Camelia, all of Nassau, Baha- permits to purchase or keep permits -- in every state."
reshaping white America's attitudes toward social justice." bride is the daughter of firearms would be on "Any and all such permit systems -
Mrs. John W. Smith of Philadelphia is the houseguest of Dr. Mrs. Virginia D. Thurston and mas.The newlyweds: in Nas- discriminatory basis non-like I firmly believe, can be
and Mrs. James A. (Audrey) Johnson. Mrs. Johnson isAudrey's the late Thurston of ,
T. C. 3095 sau. Mr. Ferguson Is the own- automobile driving permits used against the right to bear
aunt. NW 43rd Terrace, Miami. er of the Pacific Shoe Shop in the arms and to discriminate
.. p r o p o s e d anti-gun
The reception was at the Liberty City. laws "
be considered as against Negroes.
I! Alphas Up And AwayA just another nuisance. But ex- White said that, because he
periences in the Americanpast is a Negro, he feels he would
t a recent meeting the new- administration for a job well fAMNi Cole ltauiesSanok do not support this." have "little or no chance" of
ly elected officers of Alpha Phi done. The whole towns prepar- "Anti-gun measures would obtaining a firearms permitin
Alpha FraternityInc.were ing for the Alpha's Annual fee JLwti have the effect disarming most of the 50 states
Installed. The ceremony took Spring Ball, March 22 are you'; the American citizen in gen- He said:

place at the home of Brother Mrs. Hollanen Cole has re- the wedding in grand style) eral and the Negro In particular "Anti-gun bills could in fact
James Gay, and was conductedby SUNLIGHT CHATTERBOX turned this week from Free- Sister Iva Butler of Nassau, ," Major White said. disenfranchise the Negro of
Dr!. P. Davis, the officers port, Grand Bahama, where Olive Culmer, Nassau Several cities and states his right to bear arms and to
are: President Oral A. Allen she attend the wedding of herI have gun registration laws that protect himself and his pro-
Sr., Vice President Earl E. Ultra Sheen Relaxer I son, Bernard Cole and Miss Many thanks to Mr. Harry require a permit for a citizen perty. To me as anAmerican,
Allen; Secretary James Mat- Cosmetic Co., through thE! Sarah Lee Lewis.I Grant of Hotel Aunt Alice at to purchase or possess fire- they are anti-American. To
thews; Financial Secretary, Class Beauty Supply Co., I Mrs. Cole wishes to thank mond Eight Mile Rock, owner Ray- arms, and many jurisdictions me as a Negro, they are anti-
Clinton Stinson; Treasurer, a clinic I t at Sunlight Beaut,r the many friends for making Bartlett. Any time you require permits to carry Negro."
Nathaniel Colston; Parliament School, Monday, February 26. it so enjoyable for her. She want to have "fun in the sun Almost all require the guns.
Edwin Demeritte; Director of It was well attended by beauticians -. thanks Mr. Charles North who see the Island of your drea'm to prove to the satisfaction owner of Freeport's number of visitors -
Education, Patrick Range;As- from all over theStat e made It possible for specialn -Mr.- see and Harry Grant. Also see the regulatory authority his In January 1968 estab-
sociate Editor to the Sphinx, and they have learned froi plane to stop at Freeport for and Mrs. Clifford Davis need to carry a gun before a lished an all-time high for that
Bernard Thomas; Chaplain, the technician, Mr. Johns:i, the wedding. and staff and Mr. permit to carry can be obtained. month, according to figures
Timothy O. Savage; Sgt. at and his demonstratorsThanks :. Special guests of Mrs. Cole Mrs. Lofton Cooper.In released by the Bahamas im
Arms Willon Taylor lIis- to the Classic Beaut Mr. and Mrs. Walter
; ywere Miami I wish to thank Permit laws make law migration Department. The
toriam, James Gay; Dean of Supply Co. Several of our students Ferguson, Mrs. Daisy Lewis Mrs. Louise Rolle and daugh- abiding i Negro citizens defenseless number of air passengers en-
Pledgees, Samuel Gay. Congratulations were out sick during th e and friends of Maude and Helen ter, Lorna; Mrs. S. Dawkins and especially vul- tering the Bahamas via Free-
to the newly clinic, but are now with s.Cox, Vera Higgs, sister ofing Mrs Susan Johnson nerable to crime recordinga
Mrs White said. port totaled 20,173,
elected officers and less we again The club Is com Mrs. Cole, Ollie Bain and Hamilton and Mrs. Eliza Bul- He pointed out that the FBI gain of 25.4 per cent over
a standing ovation foroutgoing fine and have It Dolly Bain and little Alonzo
forget along we gres lard To all my friends, God Uniform Crime Report shows the 16,133 visitors in January
Samuel Ford and the plans for the near future!i. Bain, (who furnished music for bless you that 54 percent of U. S. mar- 1967.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 8, 1968 7 (\

Educator Launches Carver Y Contribution WeekendThe J :.\f.:'"

Carver Y 1968 Mem- John L. Jones, outstanding local for $50.000.The you can, to help the Carver Y
bership Drive, Project Atlas, educator and principal of money will be used t to I Atlas Rocket reach the moon.
moves toward its final week Charles E. Drew Junior High
with its Carver Y Contribu- School launched the weekendof reiterat-ed
tion Weekend, March 8-10.Dr. contributions with a check

making the contribution, indi- Today For A Better Community -
cated that he was much im- Tomorrow."
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: program and that he recog- BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING
y nized the need in our com-
munity for such a program
complementing the workbeingdone A FORMER MIAMIAN WRITES FROM UGANDA, SOUTH
in our public schools. AFRICA
Dear Sweets:
Project Director Garth C. Christmas and Season's Greetings from Uganda a land of
Reeves stated that he expected fascinating contrasts: snow-peaked 'Ruwenzori'- "mountains
much more of this kind of of the moon"and towering volcanoes, coupled -
public spirited generosityfrom with rolling hills and green valleys . v'4
'y Yi1 other educators in the the Cradle of the Nile and very many lovely
u f/ community. He stated also that rapids and waterfalls, including spectacular -
the planned housetohousesolicitation and mighty Murchison Falls . what a
y for Carver Y contributions variety of wild life! Charging elephants,
'ft i will be conductedby lovely birds, colobus monkeys, baboons, (
the Omega Phi psi Fraternity chimpanzees, vast herds of topi,buffalo and I
recently formed at Miami- Nassau Clyde Killens will pre- kob, just to mention a few.As a result of the
Dade Junior C 0 11 e g e. The sent his always popular 17th new Uganda Constitution (the third in five
young men of the fraternityhave Annual Night in Nassau, Sun- years) tribal contrasts of the people are expected -
volunteered their ser- day night, March 31 from 9 to be moulded into a unique form of national culture -
n vices as part of a program of until? bringing greater unity and stability.
civic activities they have in- Cook at home and bring your
augurated. Bahamian baskets with you. Together, all the Perrys experienced again this beautiful
Enjoy the sounds of two land and wonderful people of fascinating contrasts in July. It
These young men maybe i. bands plus Bruce Beneby and had been two years since all of us had been together in Uganda,
his Miami Junkar Butterball and not since Christmas 1965 had all family members seen
recognized by the red, white i os. -
and blue Carver Y Youth, M, C. each other. Then the departures came again. Moses Jr returned -
.. Worker armbands they will[ Call the Island Club, FR 3- to the states (Wash. DC) after hitch-hiking through
wear. Director Reeves said I 3488 and make your reservations Europe in August, and is now pursuing a degree in Interna-
Dr. John L. Jones, principal of Drew Junior High School, that he is urging the commun- tional Affairs at George Washington University. He transferred -
I hands a $50.00 check to Howard Carter, deputy director for ity not to turn these young men L Admission; Advance $1.75 from Springfield College after two years.
Project Atlas, to launch Carver Y Contribution Weekend. away, but to give, whatever at door $2.00. In September Mozella transferred from Loreto Convent at
Eldoret to the Rift Valley Academy at Kijabe,Kenya Katherineis
at the Academy too, and experiencing her first year away
from home and in boarding school. The Academy, operated by
the Africa Inland Mission, follows American system of edu-
The Natural look is here.41111k cation. The lovely site is 7200 feet above sea level, overlooking -
the great Rift Valley. Being the only child left at home now,
Shirley is to her
gradually adjusting new status. And she is
doing well in school here in Jinja, and will probably leave for
boarding school next year.

.. ::'::: Continuing her volunteer service, Johnnie is busy at the
.. ..j.:jful:: 1 1L YWCA and assists in many ways at the YMCA, too. Official
opening and Dedication of two new YMCA buildings were held
in Uganda in October. Moses continues to spend most of his
time in staff development, leadership training for laymen, or-
ganizing and demonstrating YMCA techniques and Pro-
j1 grammes. Have you ever felt the Christmas Spirit in July? It
was really alive in the Perry household inJuly when all of us
were at home. The weather was quite pleasant then, too -' for
summer-time is quite 'cool' in Uganda.

As Mozella and Katherine (minus Moses Jr) join Shirley,
Johnnie and Moses at Christmas time, we count our blessingsand
wish for you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Yearl!
Best personal regards, Moses and Family.

THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Retired druggistpoliticianbanker -
Dr. Elmer A. Ward, leaving his rest haven just long
enough to have his locks sheared at Varsity Barber Shop --
with his dutiful missus escorting him. . Maynor Halt; in tech-
nicolor toggery, jesting in conversation as he lugs his sales-
man's briefcase around . patrolmanArnoldSmith's snazzy
'69 Starfire Olds resembles a satellite-in-orbit. . Mrs. Ernest -
..' (Bonnie Newbold) Stirrup (he's a Metro prison guard;
she's a Metro schoolmarm) birthdayed March 4.

NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Tan money-changers at the Air-
xh's: port Expressway tollgate . And there's a Tan jockey ridingin
one of Well's Fargo money transport vans . Samuel Mon-
.:: cur (S'cuse, please) I mean, comedian Godfrey Cambridge,
(r't '
..','. Clay in Hollywood seeking an acting career with Universalpix
.. .. . Loan companies now offering rented money to $3500
+nxwNOaJat bct3SF:,.,, :::: via their new telemoney plan (Upped from $25 to $300) . .
Veteran taxi magnate Prof Mitchell an amnesia victim?

DUKE for the Natural RAVEEN for the Natural
man woman SALT WATER TAFFY: The National Alliance of Postal and
Federal Employees (and its Auxiliary) annual semiformalhas

The hair Beautiful No wonder and a Bayfront Park audit date for March 15. It'll be a Gulf-
It's what's happening new manly way to wear your proud, unmistakably you more
and Duke Natural, the way to groom it. First, a quick more women are wearing the Natural, and grooming it with stream Room affair with a donation tab of$2.00 -- which, in-
spray with Duke Natural Easy Comb lets a comb breeze Raveen Au Naturelle. No more fussing with rollers and pins. cidently, is really only 50 cents cover four delightful hours
from 10 til 2 . Radio veteran Cracker Jim is
through even the thickest hair. Then once over lightly with Now, all you do is spray, First with Au Naturelle Easy to presenting
Sonny James, Connie Smith and Waylon Jennings with three
Duke Natural Spray Sheen revitalizes your hair. Leaves it Comb which leaves hair soft and manageable, so your comb
complete bands and shows in a Music
looking soft, alive (not sticky or gummy). It's the neat-and- fairly glides through your hair. Then Ai Natjralle Spray Dade County auditorium March"Country 28. Spectacular"at
natural look. And all it takes are a few seconds and Duke. 'n' Glow to bring out the sheen and luster. Never leaves hair
stiff or sticky, but radiantly alive. And all it takes few
$1.50 each. *:"*"<*::: are a
THE WEEK'S WASH North Travel Bureau bus train boat
":' :::: : ,
:;. seconds and Raveen. $1.50 each. :*:....
:;(,) and airline i ticket agency celebrated its 16th anniversary
March 15 . But c-vner, Charles C. North, celebrated his
Ty natal holiday March 1. The 6'-3" 215-lb North was presentedas
; .. 1; '( a birthday gift) a huge German Shepherd police pup tagged
'Nasja' by his 13-year-Goddaughter GayleDenise Sweeting
} i' (our dotter) .Draft Board member Charles Lockhart to run
Duke '1Qe"u :rY$ for county commission ? ? ? Ditto city commissioner M.
Athalie Range ? ? ? Lockhart, si; Range, no; ( I like her best

Natural Set Au Naturelle Set a where she is).

SCRATCH MY BACK: You might look for a family feud to
eruptin the Liberty City area real soon if that attorneyretainer -
doesn't hurry those legal papers for the family's pro-
perty settlement. . Mrs Weltha Flunory s utte red a heart attack -
last Saturday immediately after attending the funeral ot
. "Shorty" and Richard Helton's mother, Mrs Jeffie Brown in
Coconut Grove. She was rushed to Jackson Memorial,Ward A
$1.50 each at your favorite drug counter.Or Room 65. . That's brother, from your one-man-newspaper,
mail $3.25 (per set) to Supreme Beauty Products, 1808 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, III. 60516 who knows everybody and everybody's racket, but who is all-
Inquiries invited from Drug wholesalers and Barber and Beauty Supply Wholesalers. ways giving some poor sucker a break!]

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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 8, 1968
Culmer -


rte, Community

NewsThe :

501 Block Club(501( NW

NATIONAL REVIEW. . At least 35 students were hurt and 4th Avenue) was successful in
three arrested In racial brawls when fist fights broke out between acquiring a State Charter from WITH AM-FM AND FM MULTIPLEX RADIO

Negro and white students at Trenton,N.J. Central High Tallahassee through the
School where the enrollment is divided evenly between 3,100 efforts of the Culmer Center DUEL STEREOPHONIC

Negro and white students. The police blamed outside agitatorsfor Legal Services Department.

the Feb. 28, student brawl, where similar violence flared The Harmony Ten Block 7W ',

last December . A three-Judge federal appeals court (a Club (1760 NW 1st Place) was I t. .. ,,'. .
," II' f} \ "
unanimous decision) rejected Adam Clayton Powell's attempt successful in getting aHot ,(r".; I.'h." 1.1.;- I'',' t" : if !),
to regain the House seat from which he was barred last March water tank installed in their f J.J for official misconduct. Powell was excluded from the House building and the roof repaired. ; '' '' : ',, 1 J
March 1, by a vote of 248 to 176 for "gross misconduct" bas- With the cooperation of all the ; : I '.' X 1':11! F4' 3,

ed on charges that he had abused officbl privileges (of travel Block Clubs, and number of d"IIi. t t I

and payroll) and ads-improperlytowardNewYorkCourts. . things can be accomplished.Day . ,: t "j.
t l '
Since then Adam Clayton has been living and partying in Bimini care program gets medi- \ .. (:' { .
'f : J ... ; J / { .l ::1
Bahamas with his"keep the faith baby" and "wine, women and cal service ". 'I' .. .,1it. ., ,J
song." .. Actress-singer Doretta Morrow, 40, died of can- Due to the large number of it. }\I' f :, . f !,1it :' ; \
cer Feb. 28.Iremember Miss Morrow,best as the late Mario people residing i n the down- -, 1; > .' { ''t 1
Lanza's leading lady in. "Because You're Mine." .. Frankie town area, we have five Day :.1. ,f, '.\ ".; :,I '::;N\-I\; '"' 4 I Ir

Lymond, (the teen-singer idol of the 50's) who earned over a Care Centers, namly-Dorsey, -;:: ... ;,: ,,,:... _, ... :..:: .;.-;,",";;...._ iK.f" ;">,.,..w'..JII.i'" .......'.'.....,,,.......'...'.,,...... ,,___'''.' ., !
million dollars at the age of 12, died here in New York, Feb. Temple Israel, St, Francis, ; ny,1 . oL' ,"'. :' _. ',, ', , '." ..
28, from an overdose of narcotics, and broke. Frankie's most Mary Hill, and M\ Zion. .rr. 'W'A. i"'I
famous years 1954-56. He played theatres and clubs all over We are fortunate in obtain-
the nation with his group, Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers ing the services of a Medical i'
His big gold record hits (they all sold a million) were "WhyDo Doctor and two of his staff MOD$32Cj"AisFMISHW.T.
Fools Fall In Love," "I'm Not A Juvenile Delinquent," members from the Dade
"Itty Bitty Pretty One," "The ABC's of Love," "Goody- County Health Department,
Goody" and many others. Frankie Lymonwasa kid that gainedtoo free of charge, to come over
much to quick. Blew money like it was nothing, he got the to Culmer Center and examine
dope habit, (which he kicked) went to the Army, and had returned twenty-three children for the
to New York with great promise from Roulette Record various Day Care centers WELLS CO.
Corp. One the morning he was to see Red Schwartz (roulette Due to the long waiting list,
business manager). His good friend, Walter Stribling found we are unable to accommodateall .
him (Frankie) on the bath room floor dead, near him laid the of the children in this need
hypodermic needle. Medical record,"Death due to overdose." area. There is a need for more 45 NW 54 ST. PHONE 751-5629
centers to handle this acute

:u S'1' situation

Legal Labor(or work worries)
U you have them,maybe it's .
because you don't know all the :------------------------------1 UUII
facts -- for instance: There is
no Florida Minimum Wage i $ 00 DISCOUNT

Law therefore you should get I 50 I{

paid such amounts as are I ON THE PURCHASE PRICE OF I
agreed on between and I
your boss.If you need help you witha L OffeTTxpirTI! r..on. .rrrrr..r March 16, 1968 'rr THIS STEREO r___J

job problem, or want further W. T. Wells Co., 45 N. w. 54t i St. Ph: 75'g 9

>, ;/ information on employment
-- contact Culmer Center,at 377-

ROUND ABOUT MIAMI. . Gary and Hazel Bryant, (67 St. Been Arrested Lately?
12 Ave. couple) of liberty City, expecting the Stork to bring If so, some of your rights,
them a new baby soon. ..Rose Mary (Clark) Bethel, Carol City, and a few important laws are;
celebrated her look-teenish birthday Sunday gone . Fell You can be arrested by an officer "Dee Dee" Presents sr:
Feb. 28 . The prettiest bar maid I met recently is Lillian i without a warrant for a Ihll,,,iI

Bonds at McKay's Lounge, 2nd Ave.... Erlene Bailey of 105- misdemeanor (lesser crime)
46 SW 107 St. Perrine, returned from Atlanta,Ga., where she i committed in the officer's STAGE STUDIO

spent two weeks vacationing .Herbert Murry (Miami's real[ presence or any other place, I
estate genius) 2115NW 41st St.Liberty City recently bought an i if the officer reasonably be- \\I
18 room motel in Fort Pierce, his wife is the former Anna i lieves you committed the 6113 N.W. 7lb Ave.
Bell Saunders The Willie F.Johnsons'(she's the former Flora L felony. If you have a specific

Berry) celebrating 1r 19th Anniversary of wedded bliss.. problem or desire further in- DEDICATED TO YOUR CHILDREN'S TALENT
The very sassy sexy dueling two models, Rosa Clements and I formation con tact the Legal
Delores Buchanon a must to see at the National Alliance Postal 1 Services Department at 377- PROFESSIONAL INSTRUCTION IN TAP-TOE-BALLET, ACROBATIC

workers annual dance, March 15,at Bayfront Park Auditorium i 0917. MODERN JAZZ. OUR PROFESSIONAL INSTRUCTORS CAN HELP

. Sam Wilsons'(Billy Rolle)doing just fine, (He's the "M.lnwith DEVELOP THESE
a Horn") moving up a promotio, when the Carol Gable Housing Headaches? TALENTS
Veteran Hospital move to it's new location.. Dial CE 5-6392! Apartment Tenants -Do you '
to Sam . At the famous Continental, the guys and gals are have a headache or other aches '
wondering why Playboy Henry Jones(cool one with the '68 i due to an apartment problem? OPENING SPEcIAL!
caddy) moved from his owned batch lor home, toan apartment: What causes it? Contact this ,
. Abe Meeks and his trombone with the Frank Brown Band I office for further informationon

(leaving the Continental) to tour Florida and Bahamas . housing at 377-0917. First 100 Children to Register
Janet Laws "Sweet Sorrow" was Wed. night at the farewell 1 Charles North, reporter.
party in honor of her boyfriend Willie Nance for
leaving Nebraska _
with the Job Corp. 3 Lessons for $1
"Scout In"The '
Judy Clay's, "Country Girl,City Man" dedicated to pretty Senior Girl Scout Troop NO HIDDEN CHARGES -NO EXTRAS
Vennda Johnson of 7024 NW 6th Avenue . Fantastic Four's 409 under the supervision of
top hit "No Love Like "
Yours to
lovely Sherille Hanshaw
its advisor, Miss Elizabeth
that continental baby, 2474 NW 58th St.. John and Willa
Jones, held its annual"Scout- Only $1
Chainey ((208 St. and 34 Ct.)dedication each other is Wilson In," Saturday, March 2, at For 3 Lessons
Pickett's "jealous Love." . It was so nice talking to the Manor Remember Classes
Park. The Scout-In Limited 100
Albert to Children
Tresvantsshe, is the former Virginia Wilkersor 14260
with a hour lead
gan song by
NW 21 Court. .Ysauro"Chico" Hernandez sitting in with the Mail deposit
or the
Shirley Each below
Lional Hampton Band at the "Marco Polo NiteClub" on Col- patrol coupon in our front door mail slot, located
lins Ave., Miami Beach. Chico is the Cuban Bongo player with presented to the troop, the at 6113 NW7th Avenue
project they had made
the big "afro beat" . David Hill Jackson
( High) dedicates
covering one of the eight in- Do Not
Jackie Wilson's "Your Precious Enclose
Love"to pretty teen Deborah dispensables (which are the MoneyDo
Orr of
Brownsville Junior High .The
Temptations number
essence of Senior Girl Scouting
one, "I Wish It Would Rain," dedicated to charming Barbara -
Ann Finnie of 6524 NW 12th Place. (Going to the postal ball) and its purpose and direction Not Enclose Money
), After lunch therewere
. Rose
Mary Jenkins and John Knight (San Diego Chargers)
got married in Fort Lauderdale, Saturday night. . Dorothy relay patrols games, There held between You will be notified when classes will start
was a
Taylor Miami
( Jackson
Hospital nurse) dedicates, Aretha
panel discussion on "Th ------
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Taylor Roslyn Gainer Eight Indispensables and II I
(pretty Panama City Belle) to Car- their value to the I II
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(Army Bound) it's Joe Simon's "NoSad
This is Scoop Bethel saying, time and tide waits for man. future," lead by the troop'sjunior I Nome. I II

C-U-NX-WK. "Scout-In"advisors.was closed Then the by I I Address. I I II I

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Listing Florida as the third law," the :

largest migrant employer, a It said,
- Senate group charged Monday clude in
ll that migrant farm workers average H
1 "have been grossly neglectedby spent on
ffq society." year was $said."I'?
Hot Dog! Did you see Charlie Hadley sitting on the Civil Ser- The annual report of the $340 was I
vice Board? Now ain't that something ? ? ? We are makingso Senate subcommittee on mi- health. :
mach, progress here in Miami that the folks who have lived gratory labor, said that mi- The a v :
up North all their lives are making: plans to move down here. grants suffer from low wages, health
They're finding out that this side of the "Cotton curtain" hasa unemployment, lack of edu- for the
"silky feel," and you know how we love silk sheets . even cation, poor housing, malnu- tion of
though some of them are still white, they make a whole lot ol trition, disease, lack of medical was $7.20. ,
pastel ones these days. We've got a helluva good Mayor and dental care. Florida
(Stepehn P. Clark); a good City Manager (M L. Reese); anda "Migrant workers and their exempting :
swineine Commission (Ferre. Ranee. Christie: & Kennedy), family have been expressly .
and the news is getting around the world. T. V. Star Don excluded, or at best only nomi- "
Rickles who is one of the funniest comedians in the world is nally included, in all conven- ed on a :
appearing at the Eden Roc.He walked into a threater on Miami tional citizen worker benefits a bona fide :
Beach the other night and saw Negro usher in his fancy uni- enacted by federal and state tion of la r
form. Rickles stood back and looked at him.and said. "Thereis workers ( : )
so much progress in Dade County, they even have Colored committee
State Troopers" and shook hands with the usher.All jokes LithographicTechnology ,
aside, we do have all kinds of opportunities here in all major
fields, except one that one is TV.Not one of our local stationshas
a Negro announcer or movie host, variety show or talk ,SPECIAL THURSDAY NIGHT SHOW MARCH 7 '
show. I had a teenage show some years back on Channel 10 for CONTINENTAL CLUB '
13 months, but was told that local sponsors could not pay the
Course 6000 NW 7th Avenue
tab. They definitely cannot say that there isn't any talent for At FAMU

that type job here 'cause there is China Valles, Ernie Fields,
Butterball and even me, to name a few. It's about time these Tallahassee. Some 30 T *?)
local TV stations start practicing what they preach . that persons involved in the graphic cTA
is jobs for everyone. Need I say more? arts are currently enrolled -

PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Ruth North Polite (Woman of in a special course litho-
the Year) graphic technology through the
Office of Continuing Educationat
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Clarence PattersonMetroWaste Florida A&M University.

Dept. boss) The course is being taughtby
VIP OF THE WEEK; Dewey Knight, Jr. (Director of public George Floresch and Ar-
Welfare) chie Hannon of the FAMU Vo-
The Professionals "Back By Popular Demand"
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Cherrye Mills Boyer cational Technical Institute.Mr. .
Floersch has studied at Featuring Eddie Holloway and Miss Sharon Robinson
Are you aware of The Miami Marine Stadium with it's 6,500
the Eastman Kodak School of j
seat grandstand, paved parking for 4,200 cars and a floating .Photography Chicago Lithographic Music by the Rocketeers 11 Piece Band I
stage that is anchored in front of the grandstand? It has a I ,
Institute Chicago Art
fiberglass bandshell roof and a custom designed sound system, "
Institute and Northwestern
chairback seats and ramps for the benefit of the physically ,
University. Mr. Hannon is a
handicapped. This is a fine place to have your next affair with
graduate of FAMU and has
maximum comfort, a fine view and plenty of par king space. If
been in the Depart-
your club or organization is having a fashion show or some
such, be sure to look into the Marine Stadium. We were happy ment of Printing Technologysince

to know so many folk en joyed Ramsey Lewis,Herbie Mann and The 1956. is No more stooping, scrubbing and scouring
course programmedto
Terry Gibbs there a few weeks ago. Let's use this facility. It
cost us more than $2 million, and we have to make it pay us include camera half-tone, line photo . .with a flarneless: electric rangeM'
back, but it takes all of us to help it along. graphy, photography .

Since we have mentioned TV in this column, let's talk about making., The stripping course and is taughtin plate- that cleans its own oven,

the TV station that had a "for adult entertainment" movieon lithographic technology lab-
the other night at 8:00.: At that hour of the night, many -tiny" oratory located in FAMU's
folk are up, not to mention the early teens; and we heartily modern $2.5 million voca- ..
disaprove of this movie being shown when a lot of parents are tional-technical building com-
just getting in from work . U they are off already . and "
maybe not aware of what their children are watching. (It was plex.Mr.. Floresch pointed out j
flashed on the screen at the very beginning of the picture). that there is a serious short- 1
Then after 11:00 p.m., all you can see for the rest of the night age of properly trained per-
are horror movies. They have losta lot of viewers because of sonnel in the rapid advancing
poor programming.The I adult entertainment movie should hav reproduction field and many
been shown after 11 . for the benefit of children and parents new Jobs have been created in
we would liketo see some good movies We at night, once this field. The course is also

again. offered to regularly enrolledfull
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Rube Walberg, starter at time students in the VTI -
Golf Course, is ill. Rube was with the PhiladelphiaAthletics program at the University.
and is in the baseball hall of fame. Send him a "get

well quick' card . Earl Grant, Billy Daniels, Steve Gibson
and the Red Caps among the show folks in town. Count Basie's
big one was at the University of Miami the other night . This Is Where
Phyllis Branch back from London and into the Playboy in Chi
cago. Sez she had a swinging time. . Lee Elder, Charlie Sif- The JobmobileIs
ford, Pete Brown in for the $100,000 Doral Open, and Renee
Powell practicing up for the Ladies Professional tournamentin
St. Petersburg next week . Par & Birdie Club planning
their Annual outing at Port St. Lucie. . Garth Reeves really March 11, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30:
played in the Baseball Players National Championship Golf p.m. NW 22nd Avenue and 48th

Tourney, and believe it or not was seen on the links Saturday.Will Street.
miracles never cease? ? ? City of Miami putting out new March 12, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 N +
brochures with added "color" to really show those folks what p.m. NW 22nd A venue and 72nd

Miami is like . Holiday on Ice coming to the Miami Beach Street. James E.Scott Project
I Convention Hall March 11. Will be there until the 17th. Thisis March 13, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30
always a good show. . Ramsey Lewis in concert March 26 p.m. NW 62nd Street and 27th
at the Dade County auditorium. Lionel Hampton still hold- Ave Stevens Market Parking
ing his own at th Marco Polo . The Gospel Jazz Singers lot.
back at the Newport after a successful one inLas Vegas . March 14, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30
Peanuts Taylor coming in Friday to see the Temptations at p.m. NW 3rd Avenue, between The new self-cleaning electric ranges put an end to a messy job.
the Deauville . Yolanda Johnson doing some coreographyfor 17 and 18th Street. St. Agnes Just set a dial and the oven cleans itself-electrically '
Jackie Gleason Show . Rudy Johnson Trio coming into Church.
15 Top-of-range heating units never need cleaning spilled food burns itself off
Miami and for gigs.They have a crazy organ trio in case :
open 4:30 3200 Douglas Road Pots don't need scouring. . there's no flame or soot to blacken them.
anyone interested . The Big Band will start the season next : p.m.
Wednesday, the 13th at the Brownsville EOPI Office Building, Coconut Grove. FLAMELESS ELECTRIC COOKING heats the food not the kitchen.
2741 NW 49th St., at 8:30 p.m. Former members show and It's faster cooler, safer. more enjoyable.
bring their instruments. George Wright is conducting and
this . George of See all the wonderful improvements in today's
Fletcher paschal is joining the group year The Bahamas Ministry
Kilpatrick was approached to run for County Commissioner, Education spent nearly$2 million electric ranges at your appliance dealer.
but declined due to his commitments. He would like the peopleto on new schools and extensions i
know that he appreciates the honor of being asked . Ear- in 1967, compared to -;
nest Hayes and Robert Seldon went to Tampa to play in their $500,000 in 1966. t .
tournament last week. It was so cold, Earnest sez he played I Bahamas Premier Lynden iT THERE'S NO MATCH FOR
with his pajamas under his clothes, and Robert picked up a 0, Pindling said that the arti- Make a clean break with the pastGraduate FLAMELESS. ELECTRIC
cigarett butt by the lit end . burned his hand and was not. ficial island created from to flameiess; electric I cooking. ...It I Cheaper, tool
aware of it. He picked up his ball and left them on the fairwayMan dredging operations to enlargeand
cold! extend Nassau's harbor II1,1It11. I I1111 11111,11NN.
. that's IN/11 40a,1.
That is it for another week. Till the next one, LIVE LIFE!: facilities should be completed -
I EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT, PEACE by the fall of 1968.

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I FROM WHERE I SIT .. UM Gets federal Grant For Leadership ., I

Training Program J

\ Model The University of Miami has selves to return to their ori- year, plus two summer ses- the programs.
:..;. City Programs been awarded a federal grantto ginal school system once stu- sions in 1969. Also playing a significantrole
finance a leadership train- dies have been completed. Dr. Herbert Way, associate will be Dr Michael J.
b Is Peoples ing program on the graduate Selection of students will dean of the School of Educa- Stolee, associate professor of
Program level administrators of desegregated be made by May 1. The courseof tion and a leading authority on education and director of the
schools;.Dr. JohnR. study calls for two semes- school desegregation prob- Desegregation 'Center at the
(PART IV) Beery, dean of the School ters of the 1968-69 academic lems, will serve,as advisor to university.

:::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:..:.:.:.:..:.:....:........................;.:.;.:.:.;.:.:.:.:.:.:.;.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.;.:.:. of To Education begin in, announced.September'1968

o and continue through the sum. Ford Foundation Gives $7,107,225 to
; TARGET: The area bounded on the east mer of 1969, the program is

::: by the North-South Expressway, on the west by ti funded by the Higher Educa- I

::: NW.37th Avenue, on the South by NW38th Street, ti tion Act of 1965 through the Tuskegee SchoolsTuskegee
::: and by N. W. 79th Street on the North. : U.S. Office of Education, Department -
of Health, Educationand -
':::':':':0:':':';':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.: Welfare. Institute is to receive Tuskegee was also granted "While total growth and development -
A major purpose of the pro- a grant of $1,107,225, funds which will enable key of these institutionsas
according to a recent announcement business office personnel to part of the higher education
This article Is being written with the hope that we'll still gram will be the preparation
at the by the Ford Foundation serve internships in the busi- community is the main objec-
have school and school crisis is master'sandpostmaster's -
if when the
a system present
levels of approximately The funds are intended ness offices of larger and tive, grants are made for a
settled.In .
30 qualified school adminis- to assist in general development more diversified institutions. series of quite specific pur-
trators. Half will stem from over the next three "The Foundation's current poses," Mr. Armsey said

our column of February 23rd we described problemsof elementary schools and the and a half years. activities on behalf of pre "The other line of advance
the Model City area as being of the "you name it, we've other half from dominantly Negro Collegesare '
secondary The Tuskegee grant is consists of efforts to help a
got it" variety. From where Isit,one of the major problemsof schools. proceeding along two
among funds totaling more larger number of colleges with
this area is inadequate ill-equipped and dangerously over- lines, said James W.Armsey,
Designed to provide a con- than $3 million provided the problems they face in commonin
crowded schools; it goes without saying that a Model City has tinuous Program Officer in Charge of
teachingexperiencingprocess Ford Foundation for strengthening certain vital areas of -
no place in its make-up for overcrowded schools. Hence, the the has been Special Projects in Educationat operation
program predominantly Negro -- such as faculty development -
alleviation of this problem should be placed at the top of the developed in close cooperationwith colleges. the Foundation. curriculumreform
priority list of the Model City program. schools "One is an effort to streng- -
Dade County and facilities
physical plan-
The Model City area is the habitat of some 80,000 Dade the South Florida School De- Tuskegee will use the bulk then and develop a small number -
Countians, 95 per cent of which are Negroes.With the Supreme segregation Counsulting Cen- of it's grant to expand the Di- of privately supported colleges ning vices, and administration, ser-
Court decision on school integration in 1954, it was in this ter at the university. vision Humanities and to review and universities on an --
area that the first Negro child was admitted to an all white pre-freshman and fresh over-all basis. Selection is including trustees, presi-
Dr. Gordon Foster, assis- dents academic deans business -
school, the Orchard Villa Elementary School located at North tant man curricula. The Institute based on a careful assessment ,
professor of education at and
west 58th Street and 13th Avenue. This area also has the now will also undertake a two-year of the institution's administration managers, develop-
UM, will direct the program ment directors."
dubious distinction of having within its confines the only remaining which will mike: wide use of study of itsfuture roleand academic program, and
Senior School with student body in the light of changing financial and of the
High an all-Negro ,, local school personnel and scope stability, This week's announcement
Northwestern Senior High School, referred to by many as the community agencies, both in political, economic,and social long-range development plansin brought the Ford Foundation'said
Dade County School Board's"stepchild." Incidentally, North- classroom nd field experi- conditions. The study, to each these major and critiin to Negro higher educationto
western's principal, Sam Cohen, is the only Negro principalof ences. be conducted by panel of lead- each these major and more than $28 million since
a senior high school in Dade County. The program will cover ing educators and civic lead- critical areas. 1963.
The Model City area has 13 Elementary Schools, 4 Junior such areas as human rela- ers, will be published for pos- .
High Schools and 1 Senior High School; the majority of which tions sible use by other predomi-
sensitivity training,
fall in the overcrowded category, including Kelsey pharr Ele- community power structures, nantly Negro colleges and uni-
mentary, Lorah park Elementary and Charles R. Drew Junior communication skills and edu- versities in their own planning MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY

High School, the schools most recently constructed In the cational leadership. for the future. Funds will also APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
Model City area. The majority of this overcrowding of the Schools in 26 South Florida be provided to strengthen the
schools can be directly attributed to the Emigration of thou- counties may nominate teach- Institute's Development Office THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.
sands of school into the from the down- and to support management
age youngsters area ers or administrators who, If PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!
town expressway and Urban Renewal areas without the neces- accepted, will receive official studies.

sary communication and planning between the School Board, leave to further their studies. .
Urban Renewal Agency, State Road Department and the Miami Fellowships are open to -

Housing Authority.A school personnel who have a
classic example of what happens when there is a break- minimum of three,;years recent f' '. ... .',
down in communications, a lack of proper planning and complete experience either in
apathy on the part of the people, is the sad case of the. teaching or school adminis-

Charles R, Drew Junior High School located Northwest 60th tration. A high level of scho- PRESERVE YOUR DEMOCRATIC
Street and 18th Avenue. lastic aptitude and achieve-
Drew Junior High School, one of the most innovative facilities ment will be required, and MBBHBBBHHBBBBBHBBBBB
in the State of Florida,costing$2,000,000.00, is still grap- eligibility for admission to the
pling with the problem of opening in an incomplete state as UM Graduate School.
well as overcrowdedness. The facility which is built for ar Applicants receiving stipends

average capacity of 1460 pupils, presently has 1968all Negro]) must be full-time grad- RIGHT TO VOTE
enrolled, grades 6 through 9. With a select faculty and staff,, uate students and, in most
Drew's primary purpose is to provide successful learning ex- cases, will commit them-
periences for every boy and girl who enter its portals. It is

the schoolphilosophythatallchildrenregardless of their economic YWCA OPEN HOUSE
conditions or intellectual potential, can be served in a
school where each child can progress at his own rate of speed,,
where interest is organized by team; around the interest ol f You are invited to attend a Give yourself and the people the right to
13 in the area
these youth.A Coffee IMirch ,
more specific purpose of the school is to individualize! instruction best suited for you. We will
for the pupils and enable the teachers to do a more! have Open House from 10:00
professional job. The teachers' effectiveness at Drew is stymied a.m. till 12 noon. vote on whether your County Commission
by the lack of a quarter million dollars Audio-Visual Video The purpose of this coffee
system, which the school plant itself was built around to allow, is to discuss the coming Spring
for an individualized program. At this writing, however, the. program. Classes that will be
school has not functioned its peak, much of which is attributed starting are the following: should be elected by and from your
to the absence of the system which is scheduled to be com- Ballet for youngster, Baton for
pletely installed by August 30,1968. ItW'.ls originally scheduled our young teenagers or Teenie
to be installed during the 1967-68 school year.In boppers as they like to be cal
a school built to house 1460 pupils, the teachers have led. Sewing is to be held on

found it extremely difficult, if not impossible, to provide an, Thursday morning and afternoon district. Sign the petition for district voting
outstanding educational program for each child because ol because of the large turn-
out. Piano is a big event for
overcrowded conditions.
It would seem that better communication needs to exist be- our very young. Trying very
tween the City Fathers, the Housing Authority, the Board oi, hard to get off the ground is
Public Instruction, citizens of the community and other agen- our bridge club and beginners today at any church or business place in

cies to alleviate overcrowded conditions in a school that has class, Millinery, painting,
arts and craft group and flower -
been in operation only September.Even
and innovative are being arrangements.T rim n a s-
though interesting programs
attempted at Drew such as Little School Organizations, interdisciplinary tics is to be held on Wednes- Dade County, or call 759-4603
i 1 1 team organizations, ungradedness, modular day night as before. We hope
scheduling, no bells ringing, a thematic approach to learning, that you will come and add
cooperative team teaching and two hours of daily planning for your ideas'to ours. If there is

anything you would like to see .. .. ..... . . ... .... ..
most teachers -- there is still much to b<> done. :. :;:;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:::::::; THIS I AD SPONSORED BY THE;::.:.:.:.:.:"::": :"::"::"::':':':': :::
The 1700 children who attend Drew are involved in educa- added pleas e come over on
far different from the old reading March 13th and tell us. Re-
tional experiences that are 'lI
riting and 'rithmetic methods used by teachers in past dec- member the YWCA need your Citizens for BetterRepresentation

ades. Some attention needs to be given to better communication support.
in planning future school plants to assure that overcrowd Mrs. Bettye WlggS, pro- >>

edness will not take place,and a facility will not open its doorsto gram director, Northwest !I I
Center YWCA 5100 NW 21st
children in a half-complete state or In an ill-equipped man- .

ner.Despite all of the handicaps that the Drew staff has faced, it Mrs. Sherry Brown, pro- CLARK MERRILL, PRESIDENT j i

is to be commended for its untiring efforts, ingenuity and expertise gram 'director South Dade . \\j 1
in working with the boys and girls of our community. YWCA, 9350 SW79Ave.near DEADLINE MARCH 13, 1968 ;

The Drew pupils are also to be commended for having the Dideland). : :::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::;;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::=::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::j
fourth or fifth highest attendance percentage of 44 junior high Central YWCA, Mrs Wilma
Sekall, 119 SE 2nd Street.
schools in Dade County.

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I I Miami Society Dances at King of Clubs Annual Prom I

Miami's social elite turned out in its finest formal attire last Friday Miami's oldest clubs.
night to dance with the King of Clubs at their Annual Prom. The beauti. Miami Times photographer William Harris of Glamour Studios moved

fully decorated ballroom of the Bayfront Park Auditorium was the scene of about the ballroom with his camera and made these photographs as the I

the enjoyable evening for more than 500 guests and members of one of gay crowd enjoyed the evening.TrlE.

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'.'" 1Of" .....' ... '.' l' .- .. '" For
t Lindsey Hopkins Seeks Trainees

t rtT r Electronic Service ProgranAn

adult program in train-
ing students to become elec-
tronic service technicians has
been in constant operation at Poor or Slow Readers?

the Lindsey Hopkins Education
Center since 1945.
The program is being expanded FREE WITH THIS AD REG. $10 DIAGNOSTIC
in order to provide a Reading Test. All ages. 7 to 70. No obliga-
greater number of graduates.It tions.
has been estimated that
there will be a need for 1800 Don't let poor reading hold you back. For
trained personnel of this typein appt. Phone:
this area in the next twelveto
eighteen mouths. 751-3672
Nearly all students receive
Job offers before they complete
k-irT the 1440 hoar course. s
Training is offered in radio. FOR THAT
hi fi, television color television
.4 and electronic equipment a GLAMOUROUSLOOK.

FAMU GRADS RETURN TO CAMPUS Pictured above are five graduates of service. Job opportun- .
Florida A&M University who returned to campus recently to participate in a "New ities in this field are nearly stu- 3 ... HAVE
Career Opportunities Conference." The five are all employed by major corporationsin unlimited. In order that
private industry. The two-day conference was sponsored by FAMU and the National dents be properly trained and : YOUR WIGCLEANED
Urban League. (/l-(,) Hugh D. Robinson, Western Electric Company, Inc., New York ready to find better positionsas
City; Aaron Green, Link Group, General Precision System, Inc., Binghamton, N. Y.; they become available, it & '
Thomas Mitchell, E. I. dupont de Nemours Company, Inc., Newport, Del./ ; Mitchell is advisable the courso that of instruction they complete !
Moses, Westinghouse Corporation. (Sitting) Bernard Kinsey, Humble Oil and Refining for which they receive certificates Mrs. Harvey STYLED BY
Company, Los Angeles, California. of completion.The .
during the day and evening

Viet War Veteran's Diary Charges I 1 hours at almost and students anytime.may enter Day WIG STYLIST WANTED

classes are held from 8:15: :_: :':':':_: :':.:.:.:.:.:._,,;................................
a.m. to 2:45 p.m. at the Lind-

Anti- Negro Bias Even In Combat and sey Hopkins evening Education classes are Center held 100% HUMANO

full time, from 3:00 p.m. to HAIR WIGS vas .S1H6 $18.85
ing men in Vietnam was entered February. "He's always: 10:00 p.m. or part time from
New York.veteran- A diary kept on January 31, 1967, when telling me that Negroes are 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. at 100% HUMAN t.\)
by returned a Negro from combat recently in Viet- Parks, using fictitious names, lazy and won't help them- Lindsey Hopkins and at several .\ tf*
wrote selves, etc.Whitey is the same I other adult education cen- $ **
and WIGlfTS $6.95
that HAIR
nam charges Negro "An FO (Foward Observer) throughout this whole damn I ters. The cost of the course
Rican fight-
Puerto is required to be with the organization. Somehow, 1]I t; is only a two dollar registration -
patrolling -
ing the there most hazardous are "fingered"and dirty for squad at all times,and thought it would be differentover : fee plus a small monthly 100% HUMAN aw a ,ow
here, where survival is; shop fee.
three FO's to
are only
jobs by white non-corns and of- V $& *
ficers. cover sixteen I squads. The the thing. For further information call HAIR FALLS $29.95HARVEY'S
that to cut no iCE I i the Lindsey Hopkins Education
odds are against him. Sgt. "But seems ""'''':':'' ''''=;<<<
Excerpts from the diary Paulson handpicks the men for with Mister Pale.All the souls Center at 377-4311.
were published in the cur- this job. in the platoon are beginning t< ED I
rent issue of Look magazine.The "So far, it seems to me he's gripe -- but not enough as fai Get
diary was kept by David fingered only Negroes and as rm concerned. Lt. Alden,, WIGS
Parks, a soldier assigned to Puerto Ricans. I think he's the platoon leader, usuall},r
an armored pesonnel carrier trying to tell us something. I calls us Negroes 'youpeople.' DOUBLE! ACTION
unit. Parks is the son of not- do know he gives me a sour ". . What the hell. M"ybEit' ed photographer Gordon look every time he sees meat s the pressure The s I e 2 PRESSES WHIN: PUCE
Parks. the'FDC (Fire Direction Con- (white) guys bug me more thai n j;;; I
trol) controls. Every time he Charlie (Vietcong). I'm learn
One of the diary's i most comes, I get a feeling that I ing one hell of a lesson inhere
telling statements about racial should have been born white. Whitey's a good teacher."
prejudice among U. S. fight- "It's a bitch. If only the In another passage in th souls (Negroes) and Puerto diary, Parks wrote that he wa.:s WIGS
Ricans could tell the world once given latrine duty be
21 Emergency what really happens to themin cause the sergeant saw Mr
this man's army." talking and laughing with som e
Phones Parks said in Look that dur- Vietnamese girls. BELOW WHOLESALE PRICES
Installedin ing his Vietnam tour he con- Since returning from Viet,
tinued to feel racial prejudicefrom nam, parks has separate;
Northwest non-coms and officers. from the service and is now : Iii
"(Sgt.) Paulson is a real l student at the Rochester Insti ... WIGLETS
Area ass," he wrote in the diary last tute of Technology.NUKAIR ./ m
/ 100% human hair from
/ .

Commissioner Metropolitan Joe Dade Boyd County and ;, !" I : 'ti"lli"llif $695

Greater Miami Crime Com- :
::::,:::: :: : :::::: .
leaders : : : : : ::::::::: :: :::::::
mission inaugurated a
ft"DQHA: R poESHr: :G.R9if

hook-up Metro emergency at 2:15: p.m.telephone Wednes- . . \D D.RU , . ; )) ) :::
day at NW 27th Ave. and 41st !
', :
Street. "t ...... .:j :m allIIElIJ$1fl8h5
., I 'E'{ FALLING, HAIR' .' -- I r" ;ii j: COMPLETE WITH WIG
Crime Commission Chairman 'I.' .' ,, \ I ;:;:
Sidney Ansin DirectorDan :\'. "" \ :it'_________ l :: ............BOX.......AND.... HEAD
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Sullivan and others dem- P
onstrated the first of 21 emergency ; : I, Ii! fALLS
call boxes : : \ .
being instal- ; j'U _,+_.__) '.',
led at major northwest intersections section between inMiami's $ ;. ''i'; \ I jm 100% human hair from
36th and 79th Streets. .. '\ ,. ...
';" (!;"" "'" 1J! $29.95
The hurry-help telephones ', .. , .. :;' " " :,:}<',t ',:.>

require no dialing, no waiting.A 'cQtt 1 1 nlO"' N :JQ,, AM,
central alarm desk answers "

immediately lited and when the receiveris l, rE'Eqto.H, 'LP"'YQ' 'i( 'Qitli, T'OM' i WIG STYLING at its best The Place
quickly relays : : :
instructions to police, fire, "IflVNUKAIR. W.O.UR"Q: N YAC$ ,': ,.:/ "
ambulance and other emer- ' "

gency units. :" " :" WIGS BY

phones The new tie in Matro with the quick-help City of ''I i lrll a l 'ota Jo'h.1'p .I !d"cIi.i' , rowtllI

Miami's I system which includes I "d"9; iV "Y' ."J s',J Ii,1. ".Dond'r ,t fi'l",: icqlp::; ,: MR. WALTERS
phone in red-and-
green metal boxes at all street l H'J: ; : :' ?'I i"Y": i "
intersections with traffic signals .t ;. : : : r': 6011 NW
Installation of the 21 emergency ': 'tJte ':;14 ljihS::. .P.. irO, t. {-1 '5 Ave.

. call boxes is scheduledfor : : \ .E.MP ( ,: : 151-6521
completion this week, according L'-I ... ., ., '.' : ,I
to County Manager I
Porter W. Homer. Ii i

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TIlE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. March 8, 1968 17

\. M.. : Call Out For Twins aid -


\ i Triplets For Easter FestivalSome

I 100 sets'of twins and ,March 11. Commentator will

Almost every cold wave In South Florida leaves tragedy In triplets are expected to participate be Mrs. Wynnelle Hare.
..f. it pR .t. it's wake. Little Wendy Baynhan, of 2237 Cody St., in Holly- in the 14th annual Of special Interest to tod-
wood is the latest victim of the dangerous and Ineffective kero- Twins Easter Festival which dlers and pre-teens will bean
sene heater Mrs. Baynhan, in an effort to keep her little ones traditionally includes a fashion Easter Egg Hunt at Robert
warm has nothing left but sorrow for her efforts. Every South show, egg hunt and parade, King High Park April 6.
Floridian would be better off if they would do what Mrs. Bray- co-sponsored by the Dade The younger pairs will be
boy did sometime ago .. throw that inept piece of junk in the County Mother of Twins Club, J joined i with numerous adult
palmetos and drink hot chocolate. You won't freeze to death. Inc. and the City of Miami. twins for the Easter Twins Pa-
This "salute to multiple rade, April 14,and in the com-
Mr. Ozell Williams,instructor of youth activities at the Car-
births" will with for awards in several
open a"Two petition
r It ; ( ver Ranches Park, informs this writer that the program is being -
for the Circus" fashion show, classes, including:floats,
'J" well received by the and much is
young people progress .
t with twins as models at the surries cycles
wagons ,
.h being made toward keeping our young people busy and off the
l Bayfront Bandshell April 5. strollers and walkers.
., streets. However, he intimated to me that the adult programin
4 tr w The show precedes a free Friday The marching twins,paradIng -
educational training at the park is not being embraced by
evening concert by Ceasar along Flagler Street and
our adults as it should be.Please advised my good citizens
LaMonaca and his symphonic north on Biscayne Boulevardto
that this program was designed for your benefit so get on out
band. NE Third St., will be paced
there and take advantage of it now!
Applications toappear in the by the colorful Miami Van
Well, the Broward County Sheriffs race is underway again. stylish exhibit should be addressed guards.
Dick Bassinger of 6243 SW 26th St., Hollywood, a Democrateis to fashion coordinator Further details can be secured -
considering, while Lester Berger,and Frank Pinter are de- Mrs Bonnie Klammer, from executive direc-
finitely going to run. ram not aquainted with neither of the 15011 NE Ninth Ct,North Miami tor Mrs. Elias Rimlandby
latter, but Dick Bassinger I know and should he decide to run Beach, no later than telephoning 226-5891.
he can be assured of my vote. ..

Notes from a and Wilma Pinder
long finger
.. ..... ,_. nail-George
---- -- M. (they own Finders Bar and Grill on the"Strip") cheek to
Florene Jones Guest
First place three-year-old winner Jenet Pegues of cheek at the VFW Club on Saturday last. . Pernell and Bertha Speaker I
last year's "Little Ladies Day at Vizcaya" poses for Miller, Jim and Margaret Wiggins, leaving the Plaza Theatre DinnerMiss
camera with one of the Bunche Park "Eagles," march after seeing Sidney Poitier In "Guess Who's Coming To at Frontiers

ing team who made a guest appearance during the iudg- Dinner," in my opinion this is Poitier at his very best. If you ami She made a strong:
ing. Photo courtesy of Metro-Dade County Park and haven't seen it make it a must on your list. dinator of Florine operation Jones"Equal, coor- plea for social and civic organizations -

Recreation Department. ity" of Greater Miami Urban to take the lead in
Grocery" League addressed members of this operation equality drive.
Little Ladies Day At My son Robbie HI will also deliver to your door if you so de- Frontiers International and "Operation equality is an
I sire. their wives on Tuesday in the attempt to stimulate the con-
Vizcaya Saturday dining room of Skydrive Motelon struction of apartments with
If you have time on your hand's and would like something to Lejeune Road. moderate rentals in all areas,
do, the police reserves can use you. thus hoping to relieve the acute
On: Saturday afternoon, ters an d playgrounds of Dade That's all for this time till next time Buy the Times. The occasion was the shortage of such dwellings in
March 9, the formal gardensof County. A special guest ap- "
r monthly dinner meeting of Mi- the Miami area, said the
the famous James Deering pearance will be made by the ami Frontiers International speaker.A .
Estate will once again be the day March 10 from 4:30 tc I
Bunche Park Eaglettes Flag : when
a guest speaker is Invited mimeographed list of
setting for the Tenth Annual Twirling Corps.Vizcaya is located Carver 8:30 p.m. Music by the Bell to address the organi- apartments available in the
Little Ladies at Vizcaya.This Brothers and band. All clubs
Day at 3251 South Miami Ave. zation
on a current subject. Miami and Miami Beach area,
is a special day for all have lunch at the are Invited. Donation $1.50
Come early,
: !S Miss Jones, in a forceful and entitled"It's Your Move'Vas
little girls between the ages of Vizcaya Snack Bar and browse forthright talk brought her distributed.
3 and 6 to rummage through through the gardens before the The Charmettes Club will listeners up to date on the efforts A question and answer
Mom's closet for clothes she News have their sale:
fashion parade of little Friday night s and accomplishments of period followed her talk.
can wear to strut before the ladies" begins. For further By Walter Bow at the VFW Post No. 8195' operation: equality conducted Frontier members their wives
judges in the fashion parade information please call 371- Come out and enjoy yourself. under auspices of Miami Ur- and friends expressed exceed-
beginning at 2 p.m. A11*Little 3531 and ask for special events 1 The Rev. B. L. Mack of New David Merrit, is president' ban League in the greater Mi- ing interest in the subject.FRANKLIN'S .
Ladies will be admitted free supervisor Bruce Johnson. Macedonia Baptist Church was
to the gardens; if they come "given a Surprise Birthday

dressed as "big ladies goingto Teen Charged Party by his wife"''Jan. 25 on
a party" Parents and spec- Sunday night after Smirch ser- CARPET
tators will pay the usual 25? vices at the home of Brotherand
admission fee. With Murder Sister Moses and Betty 8650 NW 22 Ave.
Robert Thompson, 17, ol f f Ball of West Hollywood. Then
The fashionably dressed 2175 NW 70th Street, has pastor was taken by surprise.L SPECIALIZING IN
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The four first place win- 22nd Road. Police said twc> Hollywood, are giving a Pre- FLOOR WAXING
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday March 8, 196H!

Wright Young, 235 SW 3rd.
loving memory of our Ct.Homesteart died Feb. 24,
I. I I dear father and grandfather There were no survivors.

,JI Funeral services were
.y Tuesday morning.

: CART) OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAM rW Albert Banks, 184 Homestead : s

I Perrine died Feb.
+ Ave., ,
loving memory: of my In loving I memory of our
: Th family of the late 27. Among survivors are mother
niece daughter t sister, aunt and dear brother Julia; one sister Mrs

I <.rri ...,rtt slr';"I Minnie Edmonson. Funeral

services were held Monday in
f l r v
I/ t. ,. Perrine.
A 1 r
4 .nqr(
Rubin Wade, 1520 NW 68th

!fl.r P Ter., died Feb 28th Among

survivors are four daughters

+ Jessie B. Trapp, Vernita Har-

rington, Luella Wade, Beulah Specialist Four James

DAVID ROLLE Child; one son Willie; one sis- Robert Walden who was reported -

E who departed this life March ter Dillie Green; nieces and missing in action Feb.

rr 6, 1967. nephews. Funeral serviceswere 6, died of gunshot wounds received -

Although it's hard to say held Tuesday in the in Vietnam. His sur-

chapel. vivors include his wife Mau-
"Good-bye" to one we loved so
well and there's deeper sor- reen Burgess and daughter

,. LEOLA PIEZE DEACON RED WHITE row in our hearts, than any Theloster Pickett, Jr, 1430 Kim Evette; seven brothersand

'Ia word can tell. . NW 72nd St., died Feb. 28th. six sisters.They are:Ser
LUCY CALLOWAY who departed this life Mach who passed away Feb. 26,1966 Among survivors are wife, geant Clarence Walden,

.., wishes to express thanks and 4, 1967. in Chicago, Illinois at his The family Annie; one daughter Daphana; Johnny Hurbert, Carolyn

gratitude to everyone who sent Twilight and evening falls home Two, 8017 Dexel have Ave. twobrothers, Robert and Leorn, Fredia,Larry,Stanley,

cards flowers, and telegrams The earth is wrapped in peace years passed Fred Remains were shipped Alexander, Cylitha Ann, Len-

during our hours of bereave- And the soft air seems: to since you left us. We miss you, CARD OF THANKSThe Tuesday to Union Springs,Ala.,'1 I divid, Ann Delorise and Sonia

ment. crade it oh how we missed you. How for final rites Williams, His! remains will be
can we help but But if
Special thanks to Rev. Gra- And worldly cares release cry. we family of the late shipped home where final

ham; Rev. Ross; Florida East live as you lived we will m'et Rufus Sowell, 1341 NW 61 rites sand services will be

Coast Association; Lily White Twilight and all is still you by and by.Sadly missed by ESTHER O. SANDERS St., died Feb 27. Among sur- held. Funeral services will be

and Range Funeral Home The days work has been cast family vivors are wife Eleanor; one conducted by Range Funeral

And night enfolds the earth in acknowledge with great appreciation son Lewis Smith; brothers Home.

The FamilyIN sleep Brothers, Deacon Joe White all kind acts of sympathy Harrison, Loby Johnnie, Mc-

And peace abides at last. Deacon Mick White, Mr. Tom given during our hour of kinley, Laten, Sowell; three

May she rest in peace and light White bereavement. sisters Smithie Allen, Mattie IN MEMORIAMIn

MEMCRIAMIn perpetual shine her. Edna Sowell six
upon Sisters Bryant, ;
Mrs. Ara Smith
: Special thanks to William
Sadly missed by the family grands. Funeral services Saturday memory of my mother
sad but loving memoryof Mrs R. Smith and Mrs Miry Patterson, M. D.; Rev. S, A.
Mrs. Vera E Smith mother March 9 at 2:00
our dear son and brother, Harris Cousin, Rev. F. J. Hicks, Rev.
Mrs. Fredericka Bruton,. New Providence Baptist. who
passed on March 8, 1965
Aaron Hall Edward
Rev. T.
MEtf.i1.' l': ViPf.. sister Gone, but not forgotten.
; 4. 'T' Mrs Winnifred Rolle, ir4 APPRECIATION Graham; Evangelist Maggie John Henry Delaware, 1494 Farther along he knows all
Green Mr. James Paul Mrs
1R sister ; ; NW 73rd St., died Much 4. about us.

: > 1 Rev. A. L. Maura, brother "Farewell dear voyageur the Naomi Symonett; Choir No 1; Among survivors are one Farther along he'll understandwhy.

t 'I :\ ... Bertram Maura, brother river winds and turns; The cadence Stewardesses: Boards; the daughter, Susan; one sister, .
.... School Deborah Circle
;. ; -
"" >':"fr'l'J ,_. . A.. ,4l Julia Johnson, aunt of your song wafts near and officers and Mary Ferguson; one grandsons Cheer up my brother live in
l' ....",1"..VV '- .." \_ George A, Smith, stepfather to in0: and you know the thing John; one granddaughter the sunshine
of Greater Bethel A M. E.
NKCAMPBELL;; ...$ that all men learn; There is Josephine New ton. Funeral I He'll understand it all by and
Q .... Church the Douglas faculty
Mrs. Winnifred Rolle, no death . There's inrn'>r- ; ; services Saturday, March 16, by.
sister tality" Phyllis Wheatly Club; Sigma at 1:00: p.m New Bethel Baptist
Gamma Rho Sorority the
: Rev. A, L, Maura, brother ; Church. James! Sears, husband
The demise of husband Egelloc Civic and Social Club
my ;
: Bertram Maura, brother Mrs Inez Donaldson, 1825 James:! Ferguson, son
the late the neighbors of 59th Street
Julia Johnson, aunt ; NW 6th Place, died Ma r c h 2. Hortence Mingo, daughter
Range Funeral:, 1 Home and
tj George A. Smith, step- : ; Among survivors! are two sons Helen Gorden, daughter ,' ,oJ
MR, WILLIAM EUGENE numerous friends
father Calvin and
Ed Moss; one
___.. _no, ._;,, !_!_ DOLES, JR Our burden was made easierto daughter Joyce Ann; three

"Bubber" MOSS CARD OF THANKSThe blackened those dark clouds bear because of your kind brothers, Joseph Lannie andC. NOTE OF THANKS .

who passed March 6 which already seemed to have ness. May God bless all of you J. Brannen. Arrangementsare :
away ,
1967 family of the late Ingulfed me by his long illness. incomplete. To the neighbors and friends

May he rest in peace and But I thank my God for a fami- The Family who aided us in our time of

may light perpetual shine upon ELLIS MANNINGwho ly and friends, many of whom bereavement during the death

him departed this life, Feb. 3, offered or gave of their time CARD OF THANKSThe of

1968, wishes to express heart- and energy to help and consoleme SYLVESTER HILLwe
felt thanks to all who helpedto IN MEMORIAMIn
Mrs. Dollie, Moss, mother : Mere words seem so inadequate want you to know that we
make their grief less hardto family of the late
Campbell Moss, Sr., father when trying to express loving memory or thank you from our hearts for

Mrs Mae Bell Moss, twin bear during their recent be.- sincere appreciation to LINDA JOYCE your cards, telegrams and

sister reavement. the many families of people LIPSCOMBE flowers We also thank the

Eugene Moss, son Your cards, telegrams, and individuals The Mount House of Albert, Rev and Mrs.
florals and other acts of kind- express our appreciation for
Tyrone Williams, nephew. Zion Baptist Church, Douglas the kindness J. Dunn and members of Drake
ness will linger with us. Elementary School,Allapattah shown during our Memorial Baptist Church.
Thanks to Rev J. W, Hern- Elementary Liberty time of sorrow. Your numer-
May God
keep each of
IN MEMORIAMIn don and members: of Ml.Tabor Elementary, Orchard Villa F- ous cards, letters, telegrams, you.

Baptist Church, and to the Elementary Lillie C. Evans and flowers will long be re-
The Williams
sad but of Family
House of Albert for efficientservice. Elementary Ele-
our dear husband father and Gratigny _
Special thanks to the
mentary, Little River Elementary Rev.
grandfather, J. W.Stephenson and membersof
neighborhood .
Corene Manning and Family Block Club, The Harlem Cab i. 4 Antioch Baptist Church, the ,\HE
Company and the House of Albert faculty and students of Miami Mrs Anna Marshall of New
IN MEMORIAMIn who were on hand to give + the friends Senior and High School, York City died March 3. She
me words of encouragement. neighbors o f is survived by her daughter

;- memory ofDEACON I should like to offer special NW Range 48th Street, the staff of Drucilla of New York; two sis-,
thanks to my pastor, the Rev. Home ters Arnetta and Preston.

Edward T. Graham and his The Funeral services were held on

J.y family, and Choir No. Two of Family Wednesday, at 8 p.m. in the

Mt. Zion for their services, LYDIA J. HILL chapel.

the music and the eulogy. My

sorrow is easier to bear because who died March 19, 1958. CARD OF THANKS Robert Christopher of 775
a j' God has given mo Although its hard to say NW 69th Street, died March 3.
friends like you "Good-bye," To one we lovedso The family of the late He is survived by Rose Ann
well and t the r e' s deeper CALDONIA HARRIS

Lillie Muse Doles sorrow in our hearts than any takes this method to express Gervin Brown and, Mittie Johnnie Holly, Julia
word can tell. their sincere i gratitude for
will lie in ThursDay
repose o n -.
NATHANIEL S, your kindness shown during after 3 p.m. Remains will
IN MEMORIAMIn Sadly missed by all our hours of bereavement. We be
STRACHAN, SR Ellen Welch especially thank shipped Friday to Leon
you for
your County for final
who departed this life March loving memory of our mo- Enid Rahming many telegrams, florals and
ther and grand mother James Ingraham cards which
HARRY WALKER are too numerous
5 1963. Charlie
William Bethel. to mention. Chilton of 1620 NW
There is a blessed home beyond who departed this life March 67th St., died recently Fun-
MARTHA JOHNSONwho Special thanks to
this land of woe, 8, 1964. the neigh- eral services will be conducted -

Where trials never come nor Seems like he is Just away bors of 71st St. and 14th Ave., Thursday, March 7 at 3:00
departed this life March CARD OF THANKS No. 1 Association of pallbearers :
tears of sorrows flow. With a cheery smile and a wave 9, 1967. of American p.m. in Triumph Church
Wait but a little while in uncomplaining of the hand, he wandered into Society No.
Mrs Sophia Winfrey and Three, Mt.
love, an unknown, land. I say he is Gone, but not forgotten. May family would like to thank the Church Rev.Calvary Baptist Mrs. Esther Shaw of 16521
Samuel Atchison
His own most gracious smile not dead, he has just passedaway. her soul rest in peace. many friends and neighborsfor pastor and to the NW 19th Ave, Opa-locka died
shall welcome you above. The love is the same and Range March 5. She is survived
their kindness shown them Funeral Home for such ef-
we will see you some day Thomas White, son during the Illness and passing ficient services rendered her husband, James; a father

Mrs., Constance Strachan, Carrie Woods, daughter of her daughter, May God bless Charlie Hart; two sisters Mildred
each of
wife ; children and grandchildren .- Mrs Ceola Walker, wifeSisters Sylvester Wilcox, daughter you Jordon and Levora Wal-
? children and grand- ker; a brother Harold
grand children MAGNOLIA GIBSON J. D. Allen and cousins. Hart.
,\. .. I _".-"Ow'children .L, ., Arrangements are incomplete

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 8, 1968 19

Metro '..'..'s i'1'' '":'_Y'I \' ,.......m: .""-- -;-:r.,_ -": t rr.. _
May Take Over "" ,


Poverty ProgramBy -l'. f W

JOHN A, DIAZ Absent when the vote taken gram, because originally _

were; Mayor Chuck Hall and EOPI was created as a non-
The local War on Poverty
program which has been under ley and Harold Tom O'Mal- profit organization consisting L Pr
management and controlof Greene. But of several civic groups under _
the Commissioner
Greene told the the federal Office of Economic
EOPI may be transferredto Times that he is in favor of Opportunity.Mr. .
Dade County Porter the program from EOPI "
Homer has said that
Homer County Manager, Is he
said, "the com- Congressional amendment "
studying plans for the trans- missioners
are closer to the give Metro commissioners the

fer.But people and therefore better options to designate themselves 4 J ':Ik< :
some County Commis- able to run the I'
program. But t as the agency with help "'1-11"
sioners are not In agreementas as to how this Is to -.. .'t>'
be done from a board appointed by .:
to whether the program requires further [ 1
study, and I them; naming a new group,
should be controlled by them. therefore
agree with County other than themselves or .' #
Commissioner Art patten Manager Homer for the EOPI, to run the program; or ;
... ..
is one of them who Is arguing study. doing nothing, thus letting the -- 4I

against such plans. Said he, five Now that there are at least state or the federal government Council For International VisitorsEach I
"We have more things now CountjCornmlssionersfor name the local agency.
than we can say grace over." the study to transfer the War year the council for for one week and the following ami-Dade Junior College
Commissioner Hardy on Poverty from EOPI to Mr. Homer recommended International VisitorsQfa activities are included; sight- along with Mrs. Gloria Robin-

Matheson had this tosayaboutthe County administration, it Is i the study, he told The Times, Christmas LeadershipS seeing, briefing on the Greater son, hostess, Mrs. Verneka
possibility of Metro very likely that after the study and said that it should be ready e m in a r for students of Miami Community, beach Silva member of the committee -

running the show, "As far as proposed by Mr. Homer, the by the July 1 deadline for mak- foreign countries and the U.S, party, I luncheon, dinners, Mrs. May me Williams
I'm concerned, they (EOPI) transfer will be made, especially ing a final decision on which who are participants of the movie and etc. member of the committee and

gave birth to the program. as there is legality In doIng agency should handle the poverty U. S, Department of State International The main feature of the Mrs. Theodore R. Gibson, cochairman -

They can raise It." so. program. Development. The seminar was the Buffet Dinner of the committee.

That some advantage couldbe Based on the several major Council International Visitors Party given by the Negro com- This year under the chairmanship -
gained by Metro's manage- amendments made to the fed- The Office of Economic Opportunity is an organization with munity at the home of Mrs. of Mrs. Lemmle Mit-

ment of the program was expressed eral Economic Opportunity have completed must by review November of thecounty's open membership of$5.00 Gloria Robinson. More than chell the committee has been

by CommissionerAlex Act approved by Congress last plan and given and up, which includes Negro eight i Individual enjoyed an very successful with all of the i

Gordon, wbosaid that year, the County or city agencies to the local recognition leaders of t this community.This evening of dining, dancing and activities scheduled. Next

there should be better plan- have the authority, If they designated. And agency If a new year the council selected chating. year the planning committee

ning and closer coordinationofgovernmentalefforts wish, to operate the War on is named the trans- as Its theme, "Study of a The above picture taken at will be chaired by Mrs. Theo.R .
agency ,
Poverty program. Community in Action." This the Buffet shows threeof Gibson.
to fer of all the programs to It Party Plans are now being -
fight poverty. program was designed to acquaint the international students made for all activities. If
Dade County seems to be the must be completed by February -
Said he, "Maybe we coulddo logical agency to run the pro- I, 1969 the participants with Dejyitnu, Gabru, Ethiopia who you and your organization are
a better job. At least we Greater Mia m I' s efforts In is enrilled in School of Nurs- interested in becoming apartof

shouldn't forclose the possibility meeting local and national ing, Vanderbilt, Universityand this worthy cause you may
." |Narcotics Blamed in Death of problems The seminar is held our local liberal Arts, Mi- contact Mrs. Theo. R. Gibson.

The door now seems open
for a Metro takeover of the Frankie LymonJust

EOPI operation, because the
Commissioners voted 4-to-2 New York. Frankie before he entered the Urban league 25th Anniversary

to accept County Manager Lymon, 26-year-old rhythmand U, S, Army, Lymon authoreda
Homer's suggestion to studythe blues singer who rose to magazine article detailing

feasibility of the removalof fame with his own teenage recording how he had "kicked" the narcotic Dinner March 28

the program from EOPI to group, died last weekof habit and he was consid-
the County for administrationand an apparent overdose of ered to be "clean" atthetimeof

control. narcotics, according to police. his induction. The Greater Miami Urban people Into meaningfulcareers But thoughtful Miamians for

The Commissioners voting Lymon was home on leave Last month, at an elaborate League, organized in 1943, and constantly worksto 25 years have supported the
with Gordon for the study of from his Army post at Fort banquet In his mansion on De will mark its 25 years of bat- Improve family life and work of this Greater Miami Urban .

the transfer were; Gordon, Ga. troit's fashionable Westside, tling for Negro equality and neighborhood conditions. League because it repre-

JCB Boyd, Earl starnes,and Police l i reported that his Prophet Jones had predictedthat equal opportunity with a Silver "The League has In the past sents both a syml ol f and a

Lew Whitworth. patten and body was found in the apart- a "famed entertainer will Anniversary Dinner on March shunned picketing and sit-ins demonstration of democracyat

Matheson voted against the ment of Walter Stribling, a go to sleep and never wake up 28, at the New EvergladesHotel and does not handle court work In resolving our racial -

study of the change from EOPI friend of the dead singer, in again. The famous religious In Miami Mr. William cases, thereby drawing criticism problems. Th: Believe
; to Metro. Manhattan.Mrs. leader would not divulge the Smith, the League's first vice- from some militant with the League that .
t name of the entertainer president, is in charge of the blacks," says Mrs, Reid. "In color should not be a condition

1 Prophet Jones predicted the arrangements. Commissioner seeking to change the inter- upon which American oppor-
of 2420 NW
RANGE Mary Lee death of Dorothy Dandridge, Maurice Ferre and Karl racial status quo, the League tunity Is based, and they be-
died March 4.
Ter., Sam Cooke and Nat "King" Bishopric, a past president of approached the black- lieve in the League's aim of
Nrs. Ellie Davis of 5958 Is survived by Mrs Evelyn L, the and "
Cole. Urban League last white relations 1 n a spirit of equal opportunity.
SW 64th St., died Feb 24. Sheis White and other relatives. Re- Lymon was arrested in 1966 year's president of the United persuasion, cooperation, and Tickets for the 25th Anni-

1 survived by a niece Mrs mains will be shipped Fridayto for possession of narcoticsand Fund of Dade County, will be mutual understanding. The nature versary Dinner are $4,50 and
Willie Lee Harris; a nephew Dublin, Ga., for final rites. he alleged voluntarily en- Honorary Chairman at the of Its work seldom brings can be obtained from the Urban -

! Charles Blair, Jr.; a brother tered a hospital for the cure. celebration.The it dramatic public attention. League, 395 NW First St.
Charles Blair I Sr. Funeral Seaborn Jackson of 6329 NW
His former recording group, guest speaker from New
' services were conducted 125th Ave, died March 5. He j "The Teenagers," waxed York will be M.ihlon T, Pur-

Tuesday, at 3:00: p.m. in the is survived by his wife, Rosa; "Why Do Fools Fall In Love." year, Deputy Director of the
chapel. two sons J. C. andCeabon,Jr.; National Urban ieaauewhois
two daughters Lanie L, Hilbert widely known as a gifted orator

PFC James Alvin Johnsonof and Rosa Lee; 13 grandchildren and Whitney M Young's right r ''

3500 NW 172nd Ter., diedin Remains i will be hand man. The choral group

Vietnam. He is survied by shipped Friday toSoperton, from Miami Southwest Senior
his mother and step-father Ga., for final rites. High, under the direction of Want Good A

Mr. and Mrs Melvin Milton; William Johnson, will present
'I his father Thomas Johnson of Specialist Four James R, miisical' selections. :

J Vero Beach; a so; three sis- Walden died, In Vietnam Feb. Officers for 1968, headed by

, ters, Yvonne of Vero, Gwen- 6. He Is survived by his wife, Maude K, Reid, the newly-
- dolyn James and Venda Milton; Maureen of 60 NW 47th Ter., elected president, will be in- :
". two brothers Phillip and his parents Mr. and Mrs.Alex stalled atthedinner.Mrs. I

1 Charles I ; his grandmother Walden; six sisters, Vilula, Reid has for the past 20 years I

} Leila Johnson; ten aunts; six Gardyn, Fredia, Gylatha, been connected with the Dade
uncles Funeral services will Annie and Sonjla; brothers County School System and is '

be conducted Friday, March Clarence, Leon, Johnnie, currently Supervisor of Adult
' 8, at 1000; a.m. in the chapel. Larry, Alex, and Len. Ar- Vocational Home Economics lo ..
rangements are incomplete. % ; I
_ Education. Mrs Reid has
served as the League's secre-
I Mrs Maggie Banks of 1363 FRANCISMiss Harold L. Braynon, Assis- tary and for many years has I

JNW 62nd Lane, died in Kres- of 245 tant State Attorney General been a member of its Board
. view Carolyn
- Nursing Home. She Is
who has been serving as legal Directors. She is also
11th Street Apt. 31 died a past
survived NW ,
,1 by three brothers
advisor to the Technical As-
president of the National t
James March 5, at Jackson
Pendleton of New
I sistance Program of the State
student at Council of Urban League
Jersey Miss Brown was a
Leroy and Love pen-
Department of Educatin recently Guilds, the women's atniliary.
dleton Miami Dade Junior College
of New York sister
; a submitted his resignation "We are proud of the accomplishments -
iVida! Survivors include her father,
Pendleton anieceGlorla SEAFOOD
; two to Attorney General Earl by the Greater CENTER
Gallimore Lloyd a brother Larry;
Funeral services ;
Faircloth and State Superin- Miami Urban League In the
I were sisters Sandra and Lydia; a
conducted Tuesday at
tendent of Education Floyd past, but we are more con-
t l- Paul AME Church. grandfather and grandmother; Christian. He Is returning to ' uncle three aunts Ar- 5759
one ; NW 27tli
rangements are incomplete. the private practice of Law i and In the future," says Aye
Mamie Smith of 4824
with the firm of Matthews & Mrs. Reid "The League Is
|NW 25th Ave, died Thursday, Holmes of Braynon of 5022 NW 7th Ave. i non-profit[ and non-political.It
,,1 |Feb 29. She is survived by her Lonnie Wilson While
serving Tallahassee :;Is an interracial
March 4 at community
husband Douglas Ga., died ,
( James sister he 635-4794
; Hospital following a participated Insev-i agency dedicated to improving -
Lessie Veterans
Milbry; four brothers, eral i! the .
Dave period of illness Remains will I special projects sponsored living working codltlons
| Hergeon, Rozelle and the State of < of Dade
"Donnell be shipped to Douglas,Ga., for I by Department County's Negro -
Mllbry. Funeral services He is survived by :Education and authored two | citizens. It seeks to widen
will be conducted Thursday his services.mother Clara and other :articles which were published ;job opportunities for workers, JOHNATHAN LAMAR DOES
4:30 In Antioch
p.m. I in a State publication. [Baptist Church of Brownsville relatives.

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Wright Young, 235 SW 3rd. E
loving memory of our Ct.Hom9stead died Feb. 24.
I. dear father and grandfather There were no survivors.

: ;. ,.f1. Tuesday Funeral were held

'\ i,
., ; d
; CAROOF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn Albert Banks, 184 Homestead :!-

I f Ave., Perrine,died Feb.
loving memory of JOy loving rnanmry: uf our
survivors are mother
1 Thi family of the late 27. Among
sister aunt andniece
w daughter, dear brother Julia ; one sister Mrs

> Minnie Edmonson. Funeral

services were held Monday in

I : Perrine.

., .' d.Y
Rubin Wade, 1520 NW 68th

f u c Ter., died Feb. 28th. Among

H A survivors are four daughters +
Eri a _1
A Vernita Harrington r
? f l 6IZ'-1U- Jessie B. Trapp,
Luella Wade Beulah Four James
I e Specialist
a DAVID ROLLE Child; one son Willie; one sis- Robert Walden who was reported -

who departed this life March ter Dillie Green; nieces and missing in action Feb.

6, 1967. nephews. Funeral serviceswere 6, died of gunshot wounds received -

held Tuesday in the in Vietnam. His sur-
Although it's hard to say"Goodbye"
chapel. vivors include his wife Mau
to one we loved so
S .. reen Burgess and daughterKim
well and there's deeper sor-
LEOLA PIEZE DEACON RED WHITE row in our hearts, than any Theloster Pickett, Jr, 1430 Evette; seven brothersand

word( can tell . NW 72nd St., died Feb. 28th. six sisters.They are; Ser
LUCY CALLOWAY who departed this life Mach who passed away Feb 26,1966in Among survivors are wife, geant Clarence Walden,

..., wishes to express thanks and 4, 1967. Chicago, Illinois at his The family Annie; one daughter Daphana: ; Johnny Hurbert, Carolyn

gratitude to everyone who sent Twilight and evening falls home, 8017 Dexel Ave twobrothers, Robertand Leorn, Fredia,Larry,Stanley,

cards flowers and telegrams The earth is wrapped in peace Two years have passed Fred. Remains were shipped Alexander, Cylitha Ann, Len-

during our hours, of bereavement And the soft air seems: to since you left us. We miss you, CARD OF THANKSThe Tuesday to Union Springs,Ala., divid, Ann Delorise and Sonia

crade it oh how we missed you How for final rites Williams His remains willbe

Special thanks to Rev. Gra- And worldly cares release can we help but cry. But if we family of the late shipped home where final
live as you lived we will meet Sowell 1341 NW 61
ham Rev. Ross Florida East Rufus rites; and services will be
Coast; Association; ; Lily White Twilight and all is still you by and by.Sadly missed by ESTHER 0. SANDERS St., died Feb. 27. Among sur- he d. Funeral services will be

and Range Funeral Home. The days work has been cast family. vivors are wife Eleanor; one conducted by Range Funeral

And night enfolds the earth in acknowledge with great appre- son Lewis Smith; brothers Home.

.. The FamilyIN sleep. Brothers, Deacon Joe White ciation all kind acts of sym Harrison, Loby Johnnie, Mc-

And peace abides at last. Deacon Mick White, Mr. Tom pathy given during our hour of kinley, Laten, Sowell; three

May she rest in peace and light White: bereavement. sisters Smithie Allen, Mattie IN MEMORIAMIn

MEMORIAM perpetual shine upon her. Bryant, Edna Sowell; six
Sisters: Mrs Ara Smith thanks to William
Special of mother
memory my
Sadly missed by the family grands. Funeral services Saturday -
In sad but loving memoryof Mrs. R. Smith and Mrs Miry Patterson, M D,; Rev S. A.
March 9 at 2:00
Mrs. Vera E.Smith, mother p.m. SELENIA SEARS
our dear son and brother, Harris, Cousin, Rev. F. J, Hicks, Rev.
Mrs. Fredericka Bruton. New Providence Baptist. who passed on March 8, 1965.
Aaron Hall Rev. Edward T.
: : sister Gone but not
wa forgotten.
J.f"Mrn'I1m.iI'f.11. Graham
Evangelist Maggie
<, '/ Mrs. Winnifred Rolle, irj APPRECIATION ; John Henry Delaware, 1494>: Farther along he knows all
"" sister Green; Mr. James Paul; Mrs. NW 73rd St., died Much 4. about us.

"' 'f' I, ] Rev. A. L. Maura, brother "Farewell dear voyageurthe Naomi Symonett; Choir No. 1; Among survivors are one!i Farther along he'll understand

t .t :\ .... Bertram Maura, brother river winds and turns; The cadence Stewardesses Boards ; the daughter, Susan; one sister,, why.
Deborah Cir-
Sunday School
't.. t. Julia Johnson, aunt of your song wafts near ; Mary Ferguson; one randsollJohn i I Cheer up my brother livf in
'. cle and officers and membersof
;{ ::Ij George A. Smith, stepfather to nw and you know the; thing ; one granddaughter the sunshine
-:\ Greater Bethel A. M. E.
. ..' that all men learn; There is Josephine Newton. Funeral l 1: He'll understand it all by and
''' .... Mrs. Winnifred Rolle, no death . There's inrmr- Church; the Douglas: faculty; services Saturday, March 16,, by.
sister tality. Phyllis Wheatly Club; Sigma at 1:00: p.m New Bethel Bap-
Gamma Rho the
Rev. A. L, Maura, brother Sorority; tist Church. James Sears, husbandi
The demise of my husband, Egelloc Civic and Social Club; Mrs. Inez Donaldson 1825 i
Bertram Maura, brother Ferguson, son
: the neighbors of 59th Street
r Julia Johnson, aunt the late ; NW 6th Place, died March,, Hortence Mingo, daughters
Home and
Funeral ; Among survivors aretwason ; Helen Gorden /oJ
.l George A. Smith, step- daughter' -
I', .; father MR. WILLIAM EUGENE numerous Calvin and Ed Moss; one.

\ .............'<_:...--_._, ......-!1..l-! DOLES, JR. Our burden was made easierto daughter Joyce Ann; three.

CAMPBELL "Bubber" MOSS CARD OF THANKSThe blackened those dark clouds bear because of your kindness brothers, Joseph Lannie and I NOTE OF THANKS .

who passed March 6 which already seemed to have May God bless all of you. C. J. Brannen. Arrangementsare .
away ,
1967. family of the late ingulfed me by his long illness. incomplete. To the neighbors and friends

May he rest in peace and But I thank my God for a family The Family. .. who aided us in our time of

shine ELLIS MANNINGwho and friends, many of whom bereavement during the deathof
may light perpetual upon .
him. departed this life, Feb. 3, offered or gave of their time CARD OF THANKSThe

1968, wishes to express heart- and energy to help and consoleme IN SYLVESTER HILLwe

Mrs. Dollie Moss mother felt thanks to all who helpedto Mere words seem so inadequate MEMORIAMIn want you to know that we
family of the late
Campbell Moss, Sr., father make their grief less hardto when trying to express loving memory or thank you from our hearts for
bear during their recent be- sincere appreciation to your cards
Mrs, Mae Bell Moss, twin ... LINDA JOYCE LIPSCOMBE and
sister reavement. the many families of people I -"t. flowers. We also thank the

Eugene Moss son Your cards, telegrams, and individuals The Mount House of Albert, Rev.and Mrs.
florals and other acts of kind- express our appreciation for
Tyrone Williams, nephew.IN Zion Baptist Church, Douglas the kindness J. Dunn and members of Drake
ness will linger with us. Elementary School,Allapattah time during our Memorial Baptist Church.
i Thanks to Rev, J. W. Hern- of sorrow. Your numer-
Elementary, Liberty City May God keep each of you.
ous cards
MEMORIAMIn don and members of Mt.Tabor Elementary, Orchard Villa letters, telegrams,
Church and to the and flowers will long be re-
Baptist Elementary, Lillie C. Evans The Williams Family
sad but loving memory of House of Albert for efficient Elementary Gratigny i Ele- membered.
our dear husband, father and service. Special thanks to the Rev.
mentary, Little River Elementary -
grandfather, J. W. Stephenson membersof

Corene Manning and FamilyIN Club,, my The neighborhoodBlock Harlem Cab Antioch Baptist Church the rE
faculty and students of Miami
Company and the House of Albert f : .. Mrs. Anna Marshall of New
a MEMORIAMIn who were on hand to give the friends Senior and High School, York City died March 3. She

me words of encouragement. neighbors of is survived by her daughter,

.r memory of I should like to offer special Y NW 48th Street, the staff of Drucilla of New York; two sisters -

... thanks to my pastor, the Rev. Range Funeral Homo. Arnetta and Preston.

Edward T. Graham and his 'U The Funeral services were held on

family, and Choir No. Two of Family Wednesday, at 8 p.m. in the

Mt. Zion for their services, LYDIA J. HILL chapel.

the music and the eulogy. My

... ro sorrow is easier to who died March 19, 1958. CARD OF THANKSThe : Robert Christopher of 775

cause God has given mo Although its hard to say NW 69th Street, died Much 3.
friends like you. "Good-bye." To one we lovedso family of the late He is survived by Rose Ann
well and there's deeper CALDONIA HARRIS
Gervin, Mattie Holly, Julia
Lillie Muse Doles sorrow in our hearts than any takes this method to express Brown and Johnnie Gervin.
word can tell. their sincere gratitude for
will lie in repose: o n Thurs-.
your kindness shown duringour Day after 3 p.m. Remains will
NATHANIEL S. IN MEMORIAMIn Sadly missed by all hours of bereavement.We be
STRACHAN, SR. Friday to Leon
Ellen Welch especially thank
you for your County for final rites.
loving memory of our mo- Enid Rahming many telegrams, florals and

who departed this life March DEACON HARRY WALKERwho ther and grand mother, James Ingraham cards, which are too numerousto Charlie Chilton of 1620
5, 1963. William Bethel. mention. NW
There is a blessed home beyond departed this life March 67th St., died recently. Fun-
Special thanks
this land of woe, 8, 1964. bors of 71st eral services will be conducted -
St. and 14th Ave.
Where trials never come nor Seems like he is just away. departed this life March CARD OF THANKS No. 1 Association of pallbearers Thursday, March 7, at 3:00

'r tears of sorrows flow.Wait With a cheery smile and a wave 9, 1967. of American Society No. P.m. in Triumph Church.

but a little while In un- of the hand, he wandered into Three
Mrs. Sophia Winfrey and Mt. Calvary Baptist
complaining love, an unknown .land. I say ,he is Gone, but not forgotten. May family would like to thank the Church, Rev. SamuelAtchison Mrs. Esther Shaw of 16521

His own most gracious smile not dead,-h:has just passed her soul rest in peace. many: friends and neighborsfor pastor and to the Range- NW 19th Ave., Opa-locka died
shall welcome you above away'The love is the same and Funeral March 5. She is survived by
their kindness shown them for such efficient her
we will see you some day. Thomas White, son during the illness and passingof services rendered. husband, James; a father
Mrs. Constance Strachan, Carrie Woods, daughter her daughter, May God bless each of Hart; twosisters Mil-
wife ;; children and grandchildren Mrs, Cepla Walker, wife you.J. dred Jordon and Levora Wal-
Sylvester Wilcox daughter
. ':' . .-... :' '- ,: Sisters, children' and grand- grand children. MAGNOLIA GIBSON D. Allen and cousins. ker; a brother Harold Hart.

'.' 'J' ." ,Iibk. .' 4w ,;."..children, , :::1..... :,. Arrangements are incompletec


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 8, 1968 19

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.11' ( f:1.:
Metro ,. "
May Take Over ,,"".': ., r

Poverty ProgramBy ..i\: : A

JOHN A. DIAZ Absent when 4
the vote taken
gram, because originally!
were; Mayor Chuck Hall
The local War on Poverty Commissioners and EOPI was created as a non-
Tom O'Mal- profit it
(program management which has and been control under ley and Harold Greene. But several organization civic groups consistingof under _
the Commissioner
Greene told the the federal Office of Economic
of EOPI may be transferredto Times that he is in favor of Opportunity. A

Dade County. Porter the program from EOPI, "because Mr. Homer has said I that .
Homer, County Manager, is ," he said, "the com- Congressional amendment! ,_ <' '
studying plans for the trans- missioners ; ;f.JJ;: .:
are closer to the give Metro commissioners the \,. ,' ''
fer.But people and therefore better options to designate themselves 4 : :
some County Commis- able to run the program. But as the with ',i :
agency help ,
sioners are not in agreementas as to how this is to be done from a board appointed by _. ,1ft1116c "
to whether the program requires further "
study, and I them; naming a new group, .
should be controlled by them. therefore
agree with County other than themselves or c

Commissioner Art patten Manager" Homer for the EOPI, to run the program; or -4
is one of them who is arguing study. doing nothing, thus letting the -
against such plans. Said he, Now that there are at least state or the federal government Council For Internntinnnl VkitnrcEach I
five ..
'We have more things now CountjCommlssionersfor name the local agency. -- --- - -- -- -- - ---- ---- -- -

than we can say grace over." the study to transfer the War year the council for for one week and the following ami-Dade Junior College
Commissioner Hardy on Poverty from EOPI to Mr. Homer recommendedthe International Visitors activities are included: sight- along with Mrs. Gloria Robin-

Matheson had this to say aboutthe County administration, it is study, he told The Times, a Christmas LeadershipS seeing, briefing on the Greater son, hostess, Mrs. Verneka
possibility of Metro very likely that after the study and said that it should be readyby e m I n a r for students of Miami Community, beach Silva member of the committee -

running the show, "As far as proposed by Mr. Homer, the the July 1 deadline for mak- foreign countries and the U.S. party, luncheon, dinners, Mrs. May me Williams
I'm concerned, they (EOPI) transfer will be made, espec- ing a final decision on which who are participants of the movie and etc. member of the committee and
gave birth to the program. ially as there is legality in do- agency should handle the pov- U. S. Department of State International The main feature of the Mrs. Theodore R. Gibson,co-
They can raise it." ing so. erty program. Development. The seminar was the Buffet Dinner chairman of the committee.

That some advantage couldbe Based on the several major Council International Visi- Party given by the Negro community This, year under the chair-
gained by Metro's management amendments made to the fed- The Office of Economic Op- tors is an organization with at the home of Mrs. manship of Mrs.Lemmie Mit-
of the eral Economic portunity must by November open membership of$5.00 Gloria Robinson. More chell the
program was expressed Opportunity have completed review of the than committee has been
by CommissionerAlex Act approved by Congress last county's plan and given and up, which includes Negro eight individual enjoyed an very successful with all of the
Gordon, whosaid that year, the County or city agencies nition to the local agency leaders of this community.This evening of dining, dancing and activities scheduled. Next
there should be better plan- have the authority, if they designated. And if a new year the council selected chating.The year the planning committeewill
ning and closer coordinationof wish, to operate the War on agency is named the trans- as its theme, "Study of a above picture taken at be chaired by Mrs. Theo.R. .
governmental efforts Poverty program. fer of all the programs, to it Community in Action." This the Buffet Party shows threeof Gibson. Plans are now be-

fight poverty. Dade County seems to be the must be completed by Feb- program was designed to acquaint the international students ing made for all activities. If

Said he, Maybe we coulddo logical agency to run the pro- ruary 1, 1969 the participants with Dejyitnu, Gabru, Ethiopia who you and your organization are
a better job. At least we Greater Mia l m t' s efforts in is enrilled in School of Nurs- interested in becoming apart

shouldn't forclose the possi- meeting local and national ing, Vanderbilt, Universityand of this worthy cause you may
bility." Narcotics Blamed in Death of problems. The seminar is held our local liberal Arts, Mi- contact Mrs. Theo. Gibson.

The door now seems open --- -
fur a Metro takeover of the Frankie Lvmon

EOPI operation, because the .
Commissioners voted 4-to-2 New York.Frankie Just before he entered the Urban league 25fn Anniversary

to accept County Manager Lymon, 26-year-old rhythm U. S. Army, Lymon authoreda
Homer's suggestion to studythe and blues singer who rose to magazine article detailing '
feasibility of the removalof fame with his own teenage recording how he had "kicked" the nar- Dinner March 28
the program from EOPI to group, died last weekof cotic habit and he was consid-
the County for administrationand an apparent overdose of ered to be "clean"at the time
control. narcotics, according to police. of his induction. The Greater Miami Urban people into meaningfulcareers But thoughtful Miamians for

The Commissioners voting Lymon was home on leave Last month, at an elaborate League, organized in 1943, and constantly worksto 25 years have supported the
with Gordon for the study of from his Army post at Fort banquet in his mansion on De- will mark its 25 years of bat- improve family life and, work of this Greater Miami Urban

the transfer were; Gordon, Ga.Police troit's fashionable Westside, tling for Negro equality and neighborhood conditions. League because it represents -
Jce Boyd, Earl Starnes,and reported that his Prophet Jones had predictedthat equal opportunity with a Silver "The League has in the past both a syml ol and a
Lew Whitworth. Patten and body was found in the apartment a "famed entertainer will Anniversary Dinner on March shunned picketing and sitinsand demonstration of democracyat
Matheson voted against the of Walter Stribling, a go to sleep and never wake up 28, at the New EvergladesHotel does not handle court work in resolving our ra-
study of the change from EOPIto friend of the dead singer, in again. The famous religious in Miami. Mr. William cases, thereby drawing criti- cial problems. Th: Believe
Metro. Manhattan. leader would not divulge the Smith, the League's first vice- cism from some militant with the League that
name of the entertainer. president, is in charge of the blacks," says Mrs. Reid. "In color should not be a condition
Prophet Jones predicted the arrangements. Commissioner seeking to change the inter- upon which American oppor-
RANGE Mrs. Mary died Lee March of 2420 4.NW She death of Dorothy Dandridge, Maurice Ferre and Karl racial status quo, the Leaguehas tunity is based, and they believe -
55th Ter.
Sam Cooke and Nat "King" Bishopric, a past president of approached the black- in the League's aim of
Nrs. Ellie Davis of 5958 is survived by Mrs. Evelyn L. Cole. the Urban League and last white relations i n a spirit of equal opportunity."

SW 64th St., died Feb. 24. Sheis White and other relatives.Remains Lymon was arrested in 1966 year's president of the United persuasion, cooperation, and Tickets for the 25th Anni-
survived by a niece Mrs. will be shipped Fridayto for possession of narcoticsand Fund of Dade County, will be mutual understanding. The nature versary Dinner are $4.50 and
Willie Lee Harris; a nephew Dublin, Ga., for final rites. he alleged voluntarily en- Honorary Chairman at the of its work seldom bringsit can be obtained from the Ur-

Charles Blair, Jr.; a brother tered a hospital for the cure. celebration.The dramatic public attention. ban League, 395 NW First St.
Charles Blair I Sr. Funeral Seaborn Jackson of 6329 NW
His former recording group, guest speaker from New
services conducted |25th Ave., died March 5. He i
"The Teenagers," waxed York will be M.ihlon T. Pur-
Tuesday, at 3.00 p.m. in the is survived by his wife, Rosa; "Why Do Fools Fall In Love." year, Deputy Director of the
chapel. two sons J. C. and Ceabon,Jr.; National Urban League,who is
two daughters Lanie L. Hil-
widely known as a gifted orator
PFC James Alvin Johnsonof bert and Rosa Lee; 13 grandchildren and Whitney M. Young's right

3500 NW 172nd Ter., diedin Remains will be hand man. The choral group :
Vietnam. He is survied by shipped Friday toSoperton, from Miami Southwest Senior {t
his mother and stepfather Ga., for final rites. High, under the direction of I

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Milton; William Johnson, will present
his father Thomas Johnson of Specialist Four James R. musical selections. #
Vero Beach; a so; three sis- Walden died, in Vietnam Feb. Officers for 1968, headed by
ters, Yvonne of Vero, Gwen- 6. He is survived by his wife, Maude K. Reid, the newly-
dolyn James and Venda Milton; Maureen of 60 NW 47th Ter., elected President, will be installed -
two brothers Phillip and his parents Mr. and Mrs.Alex atthed Inn ere Mrs.

Charles ; his grandmother Walden; six sisters, Vilula, Reid has for the past 20 years

Leila Johnson; ten aunts; six Gardyn, Fredia, Gylatha, been connected with the Dade
uncles. Funeral services will Annie and Sonjia; six brothers County School System and is S Ii

be conducted Friday, March Clarence Leon, Johnnie, currently Supervisor of Adult
8, at 10:00: a.m. in the chapel. Larry, Alex, and Len. Arrangements Vocational Home Economics ..
are incomplete. a' Education. Mrs. Reid has r I ; II

served as the League's secre-
NW Mrs. Maggie Banks of 1363 FRANCISMiss Harold L. Braynon, Assis- tary and for many years has

view 62nd Lane, died in Kres- Carolyn Brown of 245 tant State Attorney General been a member of its Board of

survived Nursing Home. She is NW 11th Street, Apt. 31, died who has been serving as legal Directors. She is also a past
by three brothers
advisor to the Technical As-
president of the Nationa I 1
James March 5, at Jackson
Pendleton of New
sistance Program of the State
student at Council of Urban League
Jersey Miss Brown was a
Leroy and Love Pen-
Department of Educatin re- Guilds the
women's auxiliary."We .
dleton Miami Dade Junior college.
of New York sister
; a cently submitted his resigna- are proud of the accomplishments -
include her father
Survivors ,
Vida 1
Pendleton; niece Gloria two I tion to Attorney General Earl by the Greater SEAFOOD CENTER
brother Larry
Gallimore. Funeral services Lloyd; a ;
Faircloth and State
Superin- Miami Urban League In the
Sandra and Lydia a
were sisters ;
conducted Tuesday, at 'j tendent of Education i Floyd but
past, we are more con-
St. Paul AME Church. i grandfather and grandmother; (Christian. He Is returning to cerned with its achievementsnow
one uncle three aunts. Ar- 5759
; incomplete.j j the private practice of Law and in the future," says NW 27th Ave
rangements are
Mrs. Mamie Smith of 4824 .
.1 with the firm of Matthews & Mrs. Reid "The League is
NW 25th Ave., died Thursday, Holmes of ]Braynon of 5022 NW 7th Ave. non-profit non-political tt
Feb 29. She is survived by her Lonnie Wilson While
in Tallahassee
serving is an interracial
March 4 at community
husband Douglas Ga., ,
James a sister he
; Hospital following a participated insev- agency dedicated to improving 6354794JOHNATHAN
Lessie Milbry four brothers, Veterans .
Dave ; period of illness.Remains will Donnell, Hergeon, Rozelle and 'i be shipped to Douglas,Ga., for by the State Department of ditions of Dade County's Ne-
Milbry. Funeral ser- He is survived by Itils education and authored two I gro citizens. It seeks widen
vices :'services.
day at will be conducted Thurs- 1 mother Clara and other articles which were published job opportunities for workers, LAMAR DOES
4:30 in Antioch
p.m. < in a State publication. encourages and guides young
Baptist Church of Brownsville 'jI relatives.

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20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 8, 1968

i St. Luke Baptist Church Celebrates


,,, .." '. i... D ui Williams 26th Anniversary
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tion. Member of the Board of
\, Saint Luke celebrate's its Directors General Baptist

, } d pastor Rev. P. W. Williams State Convention of Florida In-

26th Anniversary, Sunday, }- .1. corparation.. Treasurer of the
I : : March 10, at 3:00 p.m., 1790 .. Educational Committee of the
NW 55th Street. The public is ; General Baptist Convention.

invited to share with us in this Member and treasurer of the

\.. grand occasion. 1 Ministers Voter Registration

> lathe twenty-six years Rev. 4f. [ Committee of Dade County.
1 And has been active in other
Williams has beena great pastor ,I. ':
Irnp father, counselor, teacher $ organizations, civic, political,

, and great preacher.He has I and religious.

served not only our church of . | We appreciate our pastor

v tyv/ the Interdenominational Min- .j.j' I and we love him for his outstanding -
the .
isters Alliance, j qualities as a leaderin
president of the BaptistCoun- ." I civic and
_. political
3n cil. .....:..J. .., 't............. .';11 i circles.
tt Iou Qtqurrq un
He now serves as pastor of WILLIAMS Will all of you join u s in
REV. P. W.
this celebration of his
the Saint Luke Baptist Church, twenty-
Bible Teacher for the Baptist Protestant Social Service six years of sevice for us as

GREATER NEW BETHEL ST. JOHN AME Council, a member of the Eco Board. First Vice Moderatorof a pastor and to you as a com
nomic Advisory Board to the the Florida East Coast Baptist munity servant.
Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor City of Miami. Member of the Association. First Vice The Anniversary Committee -

... Alice Irving, reporter Emergency CommunityActionBoard President of the Ministers and presidents of all aux-
a City of Miami. Memberof Deacons Union Auxiliary of the iliaries official boards, Mrs.
There will be a Battle of the Executive Board of the Florida East Coast Associa- Christine E. Sutton, clerk.
Songs between Choir No. One

of New Providence, Choir No.

Choir No. One of Greater New

Bethel. The contest will be This is dedicated to Rev.H. Rev. O. Taylor, pastor

held at New Providence, Sun- V, Stuart, our pastor who Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor Sis. M Neal, reporterThe
day, March 10, at 2:30 p.m. has served us as pastor for six Willie J. Beard, reporter Junior and Teenage

\ A meeting of the Sunlight ftu years. There will be a Tea on Sun- Usher Board would like to announce -

Pallbearers will be held at the We know that the road has day from 4-6 p.m. This is that Sunday morning

church Friday, at 7:30 p.m. been rough and things have not in behalf of Men's Day and is they will observe their first

There will be a sale at the been always smooth, but still being sponsored by the Sunday Annual Youth's Day. Everyoneis

home of Sister Vera Johnson, REV. TEMPERANCEE. you stuck with us. To you Rev. Scbool-. Baptist Training cordially invited to attend.

1820 Service Road, given by WRIGHT Stuart, this poem is dedicated. Union. Services for that day will con
Usher Board No. Two In be- "Stumbling Stones." Itook Let us not forget that our clude at 6:30 p.m.
half of Women's Day. Another REV. LESTER C. ALBERT ing the services. that stumbling stone they placed Men's Day will begin Thurs- Our Annual Women's Day

sale will be held at the homeof Rev.Lester C. Albert, own- Sunday School begins at 9:30: in my benighted path, and day night before the third Sun- chairmen this year is Sister

Sister Carrie Donnell, 1960 er of the House of Albert will a.m., with the guest superin- made a stepping stone that day in March and conclude the Pearl Taylor co-chairman

Washington Street, at 9:00: deliver the 11:00 a.m.sermon tendent and guest teachers in graced my rise and after math. third Sunday night. is Sister Mary Lightfoot.They

p.m. in behalf of Women's Day and Rev. Temperance E. charge. I am happy that they placed it On Thursday night, Rev.P. are asking everyone to attendall

Both sales will be on March Wright, pastor of Greater St. Tuesday night at 8;15 Of- there, it was an urge to me; D. Brantley and congregation programs given in behalfof

Paul AME Church, Coconut ficial Board meeting;Wednes- At first I thought it was unfair of Mt. Car me 1 Baptist women's day. We are ask-

9th.Usher Board No. One will Grove, will be the night speaker day night, choir rehearsal; but now it is good I see. Ah, Church was scheduled to kick- ing all members to work hard

be in charge of Auxiliary class 7:00 p.m. Sunday in obser- Friday night, Sunday School stumbling stones are not all off the program, but instead, and make this year's Women's

Sunday morning vance of Men's Day. The Male teachers meeting. bad, they sometime make one Rev Bobby Mack and congre- Day a successful one as well

BTU is held every Sunday, Chorus from Sweetfield Bap- The March-ites will sell think; those who no stumbling gation of Macedonia Baptist as a joyful one. All memberswho

at 6 p.m. tist Church and the Male dinners Saturday at the par stone have had are often those Church' West Hollywood will would like a table for the

Sister Nora Donnell is con- Chorus from Greater St. PaulA sonage. Friends are always who sink. May God bless you be in charge of the service. Calender Tea are asked to see
fined in Opa-locka General ME will furnish music dur- .welcome to attend. always. On Friday night, Rev. I. H. Sister Williams

Hospital. Sympathy to Brother The Junior Choir will sing Readons of Coconut Grove and
\ Let us not forget to pray and
Boyd in the loss of his aunt. during the morning servicesand Homestead will be in charge of
JORDAN GROVE SHILOH BAPT visit the sick and shut-ins.
You are invited to a tea at infant baptism.At night the the service along with the Male

the home of Sister Pinky Bar- Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor Rev. A. M.Griffin,pastor No. One Choir will sing. Chorus of Saint Matthew Free-

ber, 1121 NW 32nd Street on Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe Cheryl English, reporter All parents, of our Sunday will Baptist Church ZION HOPE

the third Sunday in March, There will be a Bar-B-Quet School children, the teachers The morning speaker for
Fruit Basket contest Rev. Paul Freeman pastor
from 4-6 p.m.This tea is given sale at the church Saturday in have passed out our Lenten Sunday will be Rev. W. E. ,
will come off this Saturday at Sis. E. Jackson reporter
by the No. Two Deaconess be half of th e Deaconess. banks and they are to be returned Sims, pastor of New Hope Bap- ,
the church, sponsored by the Sister Refford will have a
Board. Friday night before the third on Palm Sunday, April tst Church.
is sale t the church
No. One Choir. The public bar-b-que a
You are also invited to a Tea Sunday, Rev. Ackins will 7th, at 9:30 a.m. Prizes will During our Baptist Training
invited to come out and witness Saturday starting at 930am.
at the home ofSisterCleoGlaze preach in behalf of the No.Two be given to the one having the Union hour, which will beginat ;
this contest. BroVhef"HermanThomas until. Please stop by.
15115 NW 18th Avenue. Choir largest amount in their bank. 500 p.m., there will be a
is president.The There will be a
On this Sunday from 4-6 All members of the Junior The Missionaries will cele- panel discussion entitled program
pastor is asking the entire Tuesday night in behalf of
p.m. The famous Samueletteswill Choir are asked to please be brate their anniversary Sun- "Prayer," which is in keep-
church to with him on Choir
No. One.
be featured. go present Saturday for choir rehearsal day, March 10, at 3:30 p.m.,at ing with the theme for the day.
Sunday, at 3:00 p.m. to the The pastor is urging every-
prayer services are held at 400; p.m. the church. The speaker for the even
Brownsville Baptist Church to attend
every Tuesday night at 8:00 Next Sunday from 4 to 6 the Let us continue to pray and ing service will be Rev. J. W. one prayer meeting
Rev. J. E. Wright, pastor Tuesday night we were proudto
1 Men's Day kick-off tea will bo i visit our sick and shut-ins. Stephenson, pastor of Antioch ,
p.m.Usher Baptism will be held on Sunday have our sick members withus
Board No. One is Baptist Church Brownsville.
night. All candidates are here at the church. The guest Sunday.
sponsoring a Spiritual Tea on speaker will be Mr. Patrick ANTIOCH BAPTIST Brother Perry White, general
asked to be present. The -
pastor ; Mrs. Annie Williams request
March 15 at the home of Mr. chairman and Brother
Range, and the guest soloist
is the entire churchto
and Mrs. Cecil Aldridge, 1897 asking will be Mr. Arthur King. Rev. P. W.Wiggins,pastor Garfield Leland, cochairman. the honor of your
witness this
NW 151st Street. You are invited Baptism. Mrs. Athalie Range, Miami presence at the marriage of
Everyone is asked to attend Don't forget the fourth Sun- her daughter Miss Shirley Ann

Prayer Meeting every Tues- day in May which is our Men's; City Commissioner, will be Williams to Mr. Spencer Tay-

day night at 730. Day Deacon Harmon, chairman guest speaker at the second 'REPEAT lor, Sunday, March 10, at her
NEW PROVIDENCE Let us not forget the sick in i and Deacon Brown co- annual banquet sponsored by PERFORMANCEThose home 1629 NW 45th St.

pastor our prayers. chairman.The the women of Antioch Saturday Easter Practice will begin
Rev. C, J. Burney,
Arsula Edwards,reporter Junior Choir trip to I March 9, at 8 p.m. at the who did not hear Tuesday, at 4 p.m. All child-
Belle Glade a suc- Everglades Hotel 244 Bis- young Keith Tynes in his initial
was great
On Sunday, March 10,at 2:30 ren please be present SisterL.
CHRIST EPISCOPAL recital at the SDA Union
And the Juniors would cayne Blvd.
p.m. Choir No. One will be in cess. Riley in charge.
double battle of Songs with like to take this time to thankour ; Other outstanding talents to Academy missed a treat butdon't
a rector
Fr. T. R. Gibson
Robinson be featured will be Valdez despair for you will again
the No. Two Choir of Greater pastor, Deacon i,, Mrs.
Antoinette Silva reporterThe DRAKE MEMORIAL
New Macedonia and the No. and others who made this trip I Murray and Mrs. Jack be able to hear this young artist -

Ole: Choir of Greater New Miami Deanery of the possible.Let quelynLivingstonas guest Sunday, March 17, at 4 Rev. Jarius W, Dunn,pastor

Bethel here. We are inviting EYC met on Sunday, March 3, us all remember the! soloist, and Mrs Lydia p.m., at Brownsville Com- The men are busy with their
each and everyone to come out at Saint Stephens Episcopal sick and shut-ins. Richardson will provide the munity Center, 2741 NW 49 projects for Men's Day. The

and help make this program a Church. At this meeting the music. Street. chairman and co-chairman
success. annual speech contest was held FIRST BAPTISTRev. Persons desirous of pur- Young Keith is giving this will expect you to attend the

Our pastor officers, and and also a film entitled A W. M. Davis, pastor chasing tickets ($6.00)) may repeat performance for the song fest 'Sunday, March 17.
members will render servicefor Time For Risk" was shown. Donella Turner, reporter call OX 1-2845, Mrs. Ross, NE benefit of the Mt. pisgah and There will be a sale at the

Rev. W. .M, Davis,of First The film was of the missionary Saturday, March 9,the Dea- 56786, Mrs. Lundy and Ox 6- New Ehephus SDA Churches. home of Deacon William

Baptist of Brownsville, cor- in the Carribean and show- coness Board will sponsor a 3130 Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Keith is an eighth grade student Roundtree, Saturday, begin-

ner of 46 Street and 23 Ave- ed the situation and problemsof Tea in the dinning of the Dora Lundy is chairman of the at Carol City Junior High ning, at 1230. This sale will

nue, March 13, at 7:30: p.m. the people. church. All members are ask affair. School. be given for Brother Gamble

Plan now to attend.Women's Last Sunday was the first ed to come out and support Mr. Arthur King of Mt Zion MT.CALVARY who is a contestant for Men's

Day, March 24.Plan'now Sunday in Lent and also the this activity. Baptist Church will be guest Day. You may call 691-2387
to help make this daya first Sunday we used the New March 13th, Rev c. j J. Bur soloist at the Pre-Saint Patrick's Rev. S. Atchison, pastor and have your dinners deliv-

success. Join the group of Liturgy During the Lenten ney and congregation will wor- Day Tea, presented by Phyllis Beal, reporterIn ered or go over to 1391 NW

hard workers who are preparing season,services will be heldon ship with us in honor of the the No. Two Choir of Antioch behalf of the Youth Day, 58th Street. Please help Brother

for the success of this day. Wednesday evenings for instruction pastors Aid Club. on Sunday, March 10th,at Cen- Sunday March 10, there will be Gamble with his project.

prayer meeting each Tues- of the New Liturgyand Sunday afternoon, March 10, tervilla Kindergarten, 5861 a Musical Program at the Deacon Richard Clements

day, at 7:30 p.m.Come outand on Friday evenings for the Missionary Society is NW 17th Avenue, at 3:30 p.m. church Friday night. Sr. is ill, please visit and pray
join in prayer with us. Stations of the Cross. sponsoring a service at 3:00 Other guest participants willbe Please remember the sick for him. Don't forget scout
Continue In prayer for our p.m. Rev. K. E. Rogers will Mrs. C. Armbrister, Mrs. and shut-ins. They need our meeting Friday and Cub scout

sick, shut-ins, and those who' Get well wishes are extended deliver the sermon. Mary Armstrong, Mrs.Gladys united prayers and visits. meeting on Saturday, at4p.m.
are bereaved. visitors are always . to Mrs. William J. Stirrupand )I we invite you to worshipwith Montgomery and various out- Prayer Meeting is held Parents please see that your
welcome. Mr. Alonzo Culmer. us each Sunday. standing singing groups. every Thursday night boys attend.




THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 8, 1968 21


Negro College Choir Training Union,DeaconA. Dr. R. H. Johnson,pastor
Reverend Cleo Albury,pastor J. Hanna,director and Dea- The pastor wishes to thank Rey. T. C. Kelley, pastor

On Radio of Mt.Sinai Baptist Church con G. E. Hepburn, president, everyone who participated Miry Amos, reporterOur
has been selected as the is planning a program for Sun- during the district conferenceto Installation Service will

New York. The choirs of Atlanta I speaker for the Foreign Mission day, March 17. The No. Two make this event a success. be held Sunday, March 17, at
Ga., will be heard the Banquet which will be held Choir, Mrs. Birdie Hunter, this time the pastor is expecting
five member colleges of the week of The pastor is asking the entire
United Negro College Fund of March 9 15 in a program at St. John the Baptist Churchon president, will have its homecoming church to accompany him to all boards and clubs to have

sacred anthems and Friday evening, March 15, program on Sunday, had their reelection.Let .
will be heard on March broadcasts spirituals. at Hurst Chapel AME Church In
8:00: p.m, Reverend Thed March 24.Those .
us not forget our budget
of the EntertainmentRadio Subsequent ford Perrine, Rev. J. B. Garmon,
broadcasts of Johnson pastor. the sick list who
Network's "Negro College on pastor. dues for there are still some
Choirs" series. the month will feature the were able to attend services The men have been organized among us who have not paid

The choir of Bethune-Cook- choir of Philander Smith Col- Sunday were: T. Bonivy, for the annual Men's Day All members of the Willing

man in Daytona Beach, will lege, Little Rock, Ark., the chairman of the trustee board; observance Mr. Ray Ross is Workers will please meet Sunday

launch the March series the week of March 16-22; Shaw Mrs. Muriel Wallace and Mrs. chairman and Mr. John Byrdis March 10, at 4:30 p.m. In

week of March 2-8 with a program University, Raleigh, N.C., the Mae Mortimer. Get-well co-chairman. The big day the Annex for the purpose of
week of March 23-29 and the wishes to all the sick. re-election of new officers.
ranging from 16th Cen- ; is the second Sunday in April.
choir of Stillman College, The Deacons' Board is The J. B, Epperson Board
tury motets to 20th Century The men are planning a great
calypsos.The Tuscaloosa, Ala., the week of P sponsoring a"Trip Around the program for that day. will meet March 17, at the

choir of Clark College March 30-April 5. World before the end of this Continue in prayer for our church, at 4:30 p.m. for their

"Negro College Choirs" is N month. Watch for the date and sick, shut-ins, and those who regular meeting.All .

carried by Entertainment Radio destination. are bereaved. Visitors are always members of the Junior
MT. SINAI Network affiliates welcome. Choir will meet Saturday, at

throughout the countryon CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 430: p.m. for rehearsal for the
Rev. C. Albury pastor
varying days and at different special program.On .
Patricia Austin, reporteryou hours. Check your local newspaper "Man" is the subject of the NEW BETHANY March 10th all choirs,

are cordially invited to listings for airtime in lesson sermon to be read in Rev. F. L. Carter,pastor male chorus and Sunbeam will

attend the E. G. Lucky Day, specific areas. - all Christian Science churche>> The Gold Coast Associationof I sponsor a Musical ramble:.

Sunday, Much: 10th, at 2:30 i Rev. Cleo Albury this Sunday. which our pastor is moderator They are asking the full sup-*
p.m. A musical program has The golden text is from will be here March 610. port of the church.
been planned for your enjoyment MT. TABOR BAPTIST Reverend Albury is a force Haggi: "Be strong, all ye people We are looking forward to see\ The M. J. Fayson Club will
ful speaker and pastors a of the land, saith the Lord, sell dinners from 11
Rev. J. Hendon, acting pastor ing you at our local programon Saturday,
to Dessie Crockett church that is built on missions and work: for I am with you, until they invite to
please forget pickup ,reporterThe Wednesday night. You are, a.m. you
your glena from the office. members of Usher he inherited the Mantle saith the Lord of hosts." welcome to come and worshipwith ) come out and buy one or call

The Lenten period started last Board No. Two are celebrating of the late Reverend S. A. Do you know someone in despair us during our entire ser- 534-3720 for orders :and delivery

Wednesday, don't get too far their 27th anniversary Thomas, whose last great act ? Many who have learned .
was to raise for to reach out to God have vice.There
$500 Foreign
Sunday March 10th will be
behind( at 3:00: a box supper
please continue to supportthe ; p.m., the public is cordially Missions. There will be a found God's hand waiting to sponsored by the No. One

"General Drive," we all 1 invited. Guest minister will be musical during the evening. help. Listen over Radio Sta- Choir, at the church dining
must work together to mike i Rev. Jenkins of Friendship Mia m I' s best talent.will appear tion WMBM Sunday, at 1:45: room on March 16th.

our plans successful. Baptist Church and guest choir Mt s. Valde z Murray, P.m. March 10th, to "Stretch Sister Williams is sponsor-

Prayer changes conditions will be No. Two Choir of Providence Miss Joan Ann Storr and Mrs. Forth Thine Hand." ing a Tea for the Home Mission

please attend our prayer Baptist. Harolean Storr.Tickets are on Fifth Church of Scientist, the fourth Sunday in
sale for the of 1600 NW 54th St. welcomes
price $3.50. ,
The Women's March.
meetings each Thursday, at t Day Drive all. i
8:00 p.m. committee is still working to Let us continue in prayer

Everyone is invited to attend make the annual drive the for our boys in the armed

our services each Sundayand greatest success in the history. WOMEN'S DAY AT VALLEY GROVERev. forces.

know that you are welcome i of Ml. Tabor.

for we are the church with the Dinners are sold weekly in a p t1 s t Church will render PROGRAM OF SONGS

"Warm Welcome." behalf of this drive, call the Lucile AT ST. JOHN BAPTIST

Don't forget to pray for sick church 691-8732 and dinners Friday night March 8, the YOUTH ON THE MARCH
and bereaved families and may will be delivered. Roscoe Jackson and con-

remember that God is still on The fourth Sunday of this mark from Greater New The public is cordially PkJ

the throne. month March 24, will terminate Valley Baptist will render vited to a Youth on the March"

our Annual Women's Day Eddie program at Mount pleasant

CHRISTIAN drive.i We have selected for Sister The guest speaker for Sun- Methodist Church 2010 Lincoln U. S. Forces, Korea.
morning services will be
FELLOWSHIP our morning speaker, Mrs. captains Avenue at 3:30: p.m. Guest Army Specialist Four HarryB.
Sallie Carline and the
Leenette pennington. Plan now along speaker will be Miss Cathy Johnson, 20, son of Mr.and
Rev. S. Brown pastor Sister Louise
P. speaker
to worship at Mt. Tabor and ship Coachman. The program is Mrs. Eddie Johnson, 3325
M. L, Nixon, reporterWe enjoy the message that this being sponsored by the Junior Frow Ave. Miami
that was assigned
were happy to have our The public is cordially in
dynamic woman will bring to Choir. Miss Nadine Bryant is
and as a military policeman -
pastor back in the pulpit after to all these services.
us on the theme: "The Re- directress and Rev William with the 2nd Infantry Division -
having spent a week in Gifford to spend the entire at
On day
sponsibility of Women in Pre- Mack Is pastor. in Korea, Feb. 7,
Fla attending the East Coast paring Our Youth to Fuction and Grove on Sunday.
Association. Christian Fellowship 1
Effectively in Our Changing
was unanamously Society." NEW HOPEThe
ed to become member of the
If you have not given your
Association and was welcomed patronage to the souvenirs Rev. pastor and officers wish Call

into the fold with all rightand : committee, please do so im- Arpie extend their sincere grati-
privileges. 0 f the ninety mediately to all choirs, ushers, and CHARLESROGERS
churches registered,we ranked We for the fine spiritual

second. We are happy and I shown in our ser-

humbly grateful for the rapid I II FRIENDSHIPe 9:30: both Sunday morning and

progress that we have made. 11 a.m. 1 services Sunday

The Junior Ushers will haya I Rev. J. E.Jenkins, pastore The AT PL 1-7502
Car Wish: Saturday, at th I Ruby Lee Carr ,reporter after s The presidents of allauxil-
home of Mr. and Mrs. Collier Voices are asking all members FOR A GOCP 3UY ON A

270 NW 46th Street, from 9:00: I Attention youth department: of belong to various aux PIANO, ORGAN SCOTT

a.m. to 4:00: p.m. Members and I The bus will start picking you Board : to please come out on STEREO OR ORCHESTRA

friends please bring your cars: up Saturday at 8 a.m.have you out and meeting night. INSTRU: ENTS.

to get a first class wash. made the necessary prepara- Oi: Deacon Templeand :

Let us pray for mankind i tions to go to pirates world? the George Shakespeare I

everywhere. Happy Birthday to all of our their urging all members to

members and friends born in The "r'B the educational depart

March and if you are a licensed Union of our church by attend-

PEACEFUL ZION driver don't forget to renew 28th training classes every

your licenses. .
Rev. C. P. Preston pastor
choirs ushers and
Louise Our turday Remember the sick and
Washington, reporter membership;) at large are nomakingpreparationstobe w Let us -ins with a prayer and a
On the No.
Thursday night sick and ...... ..:
One Choir will a
present at the State Baptist
musical at the
program West palm
Convention in E Ee
church. You are cordially invited Beach. Our pastor will preachthe : ST. JAMfS AME I

to attend.On .
March 12 No.Two Choir John I. Ross hour, Saturday Rev. Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastor I
will April 13, hope to see all Joseph Marsha, reporter J.
sponsor program.
of you there. Louise E. Sparks and the
March 24, is Youth Day,you[ To those of you who are ill The ; Board No. Three will I
are invited out to our youth o ardess
we wish for you a speedy ref a "Teenage Social"
today work's for tomorrow. always day, at I
Visitors are
: covery. night, March 9, at
The speaker will be Miss 1 welcome. ly
Linda Hilton. There Collection Agency,
vice NW 7th Ave., at 8 p.m. e
ST. JOHN Mrs. Louise Woods and the 1 lWE

are having a Pie
GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. Rev. Thedford Johnson,pastor sion and
behalf at the home of Mrs.Mary
The BTU Aid Society, pre- 6051 NW21stAve.The't
W. F, Savoy, pastor Sister Easter
sents for your enjoyment are having Sunday in the SELL HAPPINESS
This Sunday at 6:30p.m. the; Naomi Dozier of Los Angeles nesday, hall dinner
a sale. Let
pastor will be at 1 DISPLAYAt
guest speaker California, a contralto Bible AMERICA'S LARGEST
march with the March-ites
the Southwest Presbyterian and the John- the Eros.r.od. .f Nerth.Jovth bp.we",
Church, 7355 Coral Wjy. The gospel singer 5 p.m. will be greatly rewarded. ONLY 15 MINUTES FROM ANYWHERE I IN MIAMI
message will be: "Do you know soniar in the mainauditorium in a program songs 1328 Thursday together Is reward CORNER N.W 54th ST. t NW 3rd AVE.
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22 THE MIAMI I TIMES Friday, March 8, 1968 _. .

! Jt"i...... Robinson. .... Blames Himself for His Son's Drug Charge ArrestBlaming I
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through on him" makings of an outstanding sure of having a famous father
himself not giving Jack, Jr. was charged with The baseball great blamed He said that his son had the baseball player, but the pres- spoiled athletics for him. I
'f his son sufficient father's possession of heroin, mari- himself for being away from
attention, Jackie Robinson, juana, and a.22-caliber pistol. home too often and too long, BETTER BUICK -
former baseball star of the saying, "We obviously failed
Brooklyn Dodgers, bailed his Robinson's son recently returned somewhere." AND OPELBARGAINS ;-

21-year-old son, Jackie, Jr., from Vietnam, wherehe Added Jackie, Sr., "I had AT: [J UPt I'
out of the police lockup, in had been wounded in com- the feeling that something was
Stamford, Conn., Monday. bat. wrong, but I couldn't get I

I. Sentenced To Chair; for Slaying, Sheenan

Also faces Rape Charge


Oaly: nineteen years,Emmet notice that he would seek a new allowed the woman to go hometo BUICK
turn off her stove and then
James Paramore was sen- trial, and was given 14 days to
tenced to the electric chair file his motions. took her away and raped her .

last Thursday for shooting to Paramore now faces another death again.if She she was told threatened police. with The ENTIRE 2300 BLOCK S.W.8th ST. HI 4-1661
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trial that can also bringa second suspect has never been 'til and Thurs. 'til 6
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death sentence. He is'charged apprehended.

Circuit Judge David Popper with raping a 27-year-old
pronounced the death sentence housewife in February, two
which was mandatory months before he murderedthe
because the Jury of 12 men delivery man. J. D. BALL FORDINCORPORATED

convicted i Paramore of the
crime, and asked for no This young woman was com-
ing from a laundromat to put
her clothes in a car when two
Paramore's attorney men forced her into the carat 9000 N.W. 7th Ave. 751-9711
Mitchell Goldman, fought bit- gunpoint and drove her to a remote -
terly to avoid the conviction, section of Dade were she
but his plea fell on deaf ears was allegedly raped.
as the evidence was said to be

overwhelming. The defense The state charges that ..
attorney, however, gave oral Paramore and the other youth

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THEMIAMI TIMES, Friday March 8, 1968 23

Police Forces NEWS FROM IN AND.
Black MilitantsAre '- -
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Arming For A Second Civil War .; \ - .- .

New-- IOrK. The :-second. civil- War is The recent annual raffle for charged with fatally stabbing
according to a 45,000 word article in the March under way, technique is not learned during a week of training oncea the Cripple Children's Fund Herbert(Bookie) Sweeting,44,
Esquire, published today. issueof year even an hour of training once a week." raised $29,951.35. This of Mangrove Cay,Andros. The

Selected black militant leaders are in Applegate sites as an example:Most people,for instance amount broke all previous incident took place on Feb. 4
whether the base for revolution shouldbe located dispute in as to do not really know how to use gas. They'll use records. The affair was held at Eight Mile Rock,Grand Ba-

North or the South, but are in agreement that insurrection the too much, or too little,or the wrong kind for the situa- at Freddie Munnings' Cat and hama. A preliminary hearing
is an immediate prospect.In tion or the locale. They donot know about its shelf life, Fiddle Club.A has been held at Freeport and

the Esquire article,author Garry Wills interviews about each gas's limitations. And because they don't "Progress Report" from the case has been transferredto

police officials of eight major cities who are know these things, they are afraid of it themselves-- Freeport, Grand Bahama, for the Supreme Court.
their forces for the putting down of'armed preparing afriad they will gas a sick person, that it will get out the 1967, shows progress on
Detroit Police Commissioner Ray Girardin of of control, drift into a hospital or onto their own men all fronts. A total of 332,000 The M. V."Daily Gleaner,"
early veternas of that city's racial confrontations, last who have not been masked there is a good reason for tourists entered by sea and former mail boat on the Nas-

summer, told Esquire.This is a revolution and them to be afraid. But trained gas teams, who know air; building permits issued sau-Ragged Island route, was
have not become aware of that. . people all about their work, would solve this." amounted to $25,075,000; thepopulation completely destroyed by fire

A detailed study of the problem -- perhaps the first Also brought out by Wills' report is the fact that of the island mov- at Ragged Island three weeks
fully comprehensive report of its kind--was chemical Mace, a small pressurized can that releasesa ed from 30,500 in 1966 to 35-, ago. Ricardo and Leyland Cur-
by Wills who spent two months prepared liquid jet of non-lethal totally disorientating gas, 250 in 1967. Freeport has an ling, brothers, were the own-
surveying major J i s now in the hands of three thousand police forces and estimated population of 17-, ers of the 65-foo t vessel. It
troubles spots, concluding that only officials and black
the FBI, but in reality Mace was not intended for riot was taken of the run and was
militants are fully aware of the likelihood of 000.Kirk
war. work but by the new Gleaner
as an instrument of self-defense. And the PatrickSweetinga29- replaced
Exploring the riot defense situations Wills found
himself Stoner gun, a weapon the government is still trying to year-old carpenter of Pine- xpress. The Daily Gleanerwas
firing experimental guns, sniffing new gasses, decide to use in Vietnam, has already been scheduledfor dale, Grand Bahama, has been insured.
smearing chemical repellants on his face, and climb-
use in Detroit if and when a riot occurs.
ing over and into new "riot tanks."
To all these armament plans comes the voice of the .
In Philadelphia, Police Commissioner Frank Rizzo
black militant leaders talking in Esquire about revolu-
with a large budget, a well stocked arsenal and
powerat tion and red Chinese
in the Gulf of Mexico. t/m
City Hall, is in the process of, among other things,
The Reverend Albert Cleage of the Central United .aM
training anti-sniper squads to shoot from
helicopters. Church of
Christ in Detroit spoke to Wills summing up
In Chicago officials have worked out
a system of bus the black militants attitude towards the police buildupof
transportation into riot areas, rushing police to the

scene would of violence otherwise and hamper eliminating their efforts.In traffic. congestionthat Says Cleage: "The police, here in Detroit,asked the SUPER SOUL TOP 40
mayor for nine million dollars' worth of weapons to
Los Angeles a crack troop of "
police mountaingoats"
use against us. I think every black man is just at the MARCH 8
used for rescue work on California mountainsand ,
beginning of using genocide here. But,you know, I think
in fires and earthquakes, has added a converted genocide will come much quicker if we just get real 1. Dock of the bay Otis Redding
World War II M-8 battle car to its fleet.In passive. 2. There is The Dells

Pittsburgh, a permanently activated riot centeris "We've pretty much outlived our economic useful- 3.1 wish it would rain Temptations

coming into existence.In ness; but even so, if the white man thinks, 'We're going 4. Don't have to say you love me Four Sonics
Kansas City, the police are training merchants to to kill twenty-five million black people, but It Is going 5. Daddy's coming homo Roy Lee Johnson

use rifles and pistols. to take fifty million i white people to do It,' then he 6. Walk away Renee Four Tops
And in Detroit, Girardin has asked for nine million begins to wonder, 'Is it worth it?' 7.1 thank you Sam and Dave

dollar's worth of anti-riot equipment, money to buy The Reverend Cleage thinks that the black communitymust 8. La la la means I love you The Delfnics

armored vests, machine guns, battle cars. arm itself in order to prevent wholesale killing- 9. Baby now that I found you Foundations
Wills states: "The Second Civil War is not a pos- much as we stockpile atomic bombs that we may avoid 10. The end of the road Gladys Knight and Pips
sibility but the present reality--anyone who denies thatis using them.According.

certainly not telling like it is. to the article, Cleage has mayoral aspira- 11. Men are getting scarce Joe TexFantastic
"The presence of the guns makes it imperative to tions, but Wills says being mayor of Detroit for him 12. I got what you need Johnny C

develop limited response weapons and train men in would be like ruling a cinder. The threats of police 13. Good to me Irma Thomas
their intricacies, so that police will not be panicked blitzkrieg on the one side and of guerilla terrorismon 14. You say Esquires

into total response--flexible weapons that allow long the other, are reaching the "unthinkable" stage. 15. Country Girl city man Billy Vera/Judy Clay
'escalation' putting off and off the nee d for heavy 16. Do it to it Toney Fox

arms." 17. The goat Freddy Scott & Kinfolk

In Baltimore where Wills lives he with 18. Your precious love Jackie Wilson
spoke Gen :?"
eral Gelston of the Maryland National Guard, one of the l\II\ f fIW[\ f::: 19. Since you've been gone Aretha Franklin

many prominent officials who expressed views con- '.' :':" 20. Jealous love Wilson Picket
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cerning the raising of riot defense to actual combat ..........
levels. 21. No love like your love Fantastic Four

Says Gel s ton speaking of lat year's major riot: 22. I think rm falling in love Betty Swan
"Riots like that in Detroit are not conventional police 23. Security Etta James

actions. This is guerrilla warfare; these people have ::::: ::. 24. If you can want Smokey Miracles
been learning the lesson of Vietnam . ::::::::::. 25. Instant heartbreak Precisions

"The tactics against this kind of rioting are more 26. Next time Jonnie Taylor
like city-clearing operations than the old style'crowd By Albert Wellington Cooke 27. The ten commandments of Ion peaches and Herb
control' except that when clearing an enemy city you 28. rll say my love forever Jimmy Ruffen
don't care who gets killed on the other side. We haveto What is the most improtant advice you could give youth? 29. Take time to know her Percy Sledge

use all the weapons of combat, yet protect the rightof The most important advice you could give to youth is to 30. We got a think going on (flip) Ben E King & Dee Dee
innocent citizens." choose its parents with the greatest possible care, becausethe

The Guard has performed well, but GeneralGelstonhas thing is made or broken very largely right there ram a 31. Lovey dovey kinda lovin Brenton Wood I

never let his Maryland men load their weapons. great believer in heredity, that in the seed lies the characteror 32. Sit down and cry Jean Wells

He's very quick to use the lower steps of escalationgas -- the subsequent unfolding of character. But I believe en- 33. Funky street Arthur Conley

bared bayonets. But he says: "These young men vironment has a tremendous effect upon it. 34. My heart needs a break Linda Jones

are not used to combat situations." What are your thoughts on learning? 35. I guess that don't make me a 1 Brothers of Soul

Some of the military machinery being ordered now I think that the proper study of mankind is man. 36. Keep on moving Pattie Drew
by city police forces, which would in most cases be It costs a lot achieve enlightenment by experience. I don't 37. I can't make it by myself Stue Gardner
used by the untrained national guard are: Commando know that there is a shortcut. I don't know that culture coulddo 38. To the one I love Brenda and Tabulations

Police Vehicles (armor-plated vehicles, with eighteen it. But maybe with a little culture and education working 39. Who can I turn to Jimmy and Louise Tig

gunports, and carrying a combat crew of twelve); poly- together there might be some hope. 40. The impossible dream Heacations
carbonate riot shields and helmets; Stoner assault guns What is art?

which shoot through walls; new teargass grenades; Life Is art.Art can be no restatement.It has to be born. Any PICK HIT PICK HIT I II I

Chemical Mace cartridges, and Police shotguns. great art expression is always a beginning. I don't feel that
Wills does not hesitate to point up the major dangerin man has done anything more than to have begun. I got a sure thing Oli L Nightingales I:
the lack of knowledge of limited escalation tactics.
Securing equipment for battle is one thing, but puttingit What would you say of faith? LOCAL TALENT LOCAL TALENTDo
into the hands of persons not fully aware of the involvement I believe that the thing always happens that you really be-
above and beyond the single piece of equip- lieve in and the belief In a thing always makes It happen, andI right man Little Beaver

ment could lead to .serious complications.The think nothing will happen until you thoroughly and deeply be- Soul party Clarence Read

article goes on to quot Retired Army GeneralRex lieve in it. Never missed a love Jerry Jones
Applegate, th busiest student of riot control over The hardest thing to hear Is the interference with the speed soul (aver Lavel Hardy

the last decade, and author of the manual Crowd and which Is essential to accomplishment. They call it friction, Mr. Lucky Betty Right !.
Riot Control. don't they? Friction is something to be overcome always no Run run roadrunner Little Jerry WilliamsI

Applegate was interviewedby Wills at his outoftheway matter where you are or what you're doing. It will never be I got a thing for you baby Perculator
lodge in Yoncalla, Oregon.
Feeling that his manual (which he is now updating) Plant a seed today but don't expect a tree tomorrow. -------------------------

and all government booklets on riot control are out of What of success? Super Soul Coupon No. 23

date, Applegate comments on the problems faced today. Things don't come about as rapidly as youth think they might.On .
According to the article he contends:
force be out on normal patrol. the other hand some things have come about more rapidly fhe following are my selections for Super Soul Top Ten
has to
or mobile unit
than any of us imagined they could. I've lived to see a thing
doing normal work with riot duty just added on.
police that I had never about. rye ideas that
happen thought
That means that the unit is at least halved at any time seen my 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10
vacation. parents were enthusiastic about and fought for when I was a
because of alternating shifts,sickness,leave, au barefoot boy; I see them all now accepted and triumphant. But
into an m i rrrn
And it means that riot training squeezed also I have seen the difficulties that are encountered mean-
ready heavy work load. What we need is a special unit time. .

that does nothing but handle riots.

"People say it is a waste of manpower to have peo- I've seen the price you have to pt.j' ft: i cess unreinIHig ?- Name
ple 'doing nothing' until a riot breaks out.But they don't devotion: hard work and an inextinguishable love for the
say that about firemen who'donothing'unliJa firebreaks thing that you would have happen. You can't do much In life Address
out. What the public does not realize--and most without this deep seated feeling for life that wa call love. It

policemen don't either--is that really effective riot all goes to prove but one thing; this is our fathers world. -Phone----
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jiaai Spearing with........ County Peels To Open For

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:;. Spring Swimming

S t r : ': The Metropolitan Dade ming, lifesaving, water safety
County Park and Recreation and other aquatic programs

I ) \ Department announces the will be offered to the publicin
BY HARRY SPEAR opening of their swimming the latter part of Spring.

pools located throughout the
County. The eight pools will Bunche Park Pool, 15727
BALTIMORE (ORIOLES RARING TO GO r 1k t be open to the public beginning NW 22nd Avenue;Cutler Ridge

While watching the Orioles in Spring training, you wonder Monday, March 4 from 9:00 10100 SW 200th Street; Little
how they wound up in sixth place last year. Yet this is another a.m. until noon and 1:00 to 5:00 River, 10525 NW 24th Avenue;

year, if nothing goes wrong with their pitching staff you can f p.m. Monday through Friday Myrtle Grove, 3030 NW 179th
look forward to them repeating the 1966 pennant and world with the exception of the Rich- Street; North Regional, Bldg.
series. The trade they made this winter may help them more mond Heights Pool which will No. 32, Opa-locka Airport;
than we think it will. Don Buford along with Bruce Howard are be open daily 1:00: pm.to500: Norwood, 19401 NW 14th Ave.; I

showing they have brought some strength along with them. All J p.m. and Saturdays, 9:00: a.m. Richmond Heights, 14375
holdouts have signed up except Frank Robinson.: Before the to 5:00 p.m. and Sundays 1:00 Boggs Drive;Tropical Estates :

Times i s on the street he may be in uniform we hope. For the w-tIV p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Later in the 10201 SW 48th Street. I
interested public who wish to see the Orioles in action this Spring all pools will be open Only Richmond Heights pool I I

Friday, there will be an inter squad gaq: at 11 a.m. and you Saturday and Sundays. Learn- will be open on Saturdays and

are invited to watch them the game and parking will be all free. to-swim, synchonized swim- Sundays
Games scheduled for this week: Sunday, March 10, Oriolesvs

N, Y. Yankees, at 2:00: p.m. Tuesday, Much 12, Kansas EIGHT NEGRO BASKETBALL STARS

City Athletics, Is30: p.m.Wednesday, March 13,Atlanta Braves ...
1:30: p.m. For reservations call Jack MCGowan, 635-5395.Box : NAMED TO LOOK ALL AMERICA

seats $2.50 reserved 200. Behind home plate $1.50 general
addmission $1.25, bleaches $1.00. NASSAU, Bahamas Joe OToo/e/ assistant to Eight Negro college stars have been named to the Look

._- ---- Pittsburgh Pirates General Manager, Joe L, Brown, was Magazine 10-man All America team pickedbythe United States
in Nassau recently to finalize plans with promoter Paul Basketball Writer's Association
/ McCann for exhibition gamesbetween his club and the The Negro players chosen were: Lew Alcindor and Mike

Los Angeles Dodgers March 2324. Mr. O'Toole/ lefts Warren, UCLA; Elvin Hayes, Houston; Merv Jackson, Utah;
seen chatting with Bahamas Sports Commissioner Dr. Bob Lanier, St. Bonaventure; Calvin Murphy, Niagara; Jo Jo

Elwood Donaldson while promoter McCann looks on. White, Kansas and Westley Unseld, Louisville.
The selections, made by the writers'nine-man awards com-
mittee representing the eight NCAA districts, are announcedin
the new issue of Look.
Ecipure Beats Hawks in Others chosen for All America honors were Pete Maravich

of LSU and Larry Miller of North Carolina.

Playoff 87-77 Line Murphy, Lanier and Maravich,all in their first varsity year,
.. gave sophomores an unusually large representation.
Murphy, a 5'10" guard, is a spectacular dribbler and shooter -
Epicure market of Miami the game out of reach for the I
who is sometimes defensed by three opponents. Lanier is
Beach defeated ,
the Liberty losers. The first half the Dirty
6'11" and wears size 22 shoes. Known as the "Big Cat," he J
City Hawks 87-77 in a playoff
Dozen, with the shooting of Ed-
prowled the backboards for St. Bonaventure in addition be-
game Friday night and gainedthe ward 'G,' Byrd, plummer Wil- I
the team's
right to meet the Dirty liams and James 'Buck' ing top scorer.
Alcindor Hayes Unseld and Miller are repeaters from last
Dozen ,
for the
Thursday night Rutherford kept the team in the
;:'-';" first half championship in the game for the first twenty minutes year's honor team. The incomparable Alcindor((7'1")was cit- I

'ifJI". ,' adult basketball league at But the shooting of ed, among other things, for being partly responsible for the J
", .r; new college rule prohibiting dunk shots. Lew's ability to develop -
Booker Washington Gym. Mitchell and Eaford was too
:. .".. AI new shots to compensate for the rule change was another
'i> The Hawks, behind throughout much for the loser's.Byrd was
attribute the selectors noted.
.e :v i. \. the ga me did manage to the games top scorer with 43
.. close the gap to three points points while teammates Plum-
with a minute and a half left mer and Rutherford canned 17
Frank Robinson Holds Out
to play, but a couple of key and 12 points all in a losing For
baskets by Ronnie Green and cause.
Dick Mizak iced the game for $125,000Frank

... Epicure.Stu In other games RC Ringers
'-, -.r.w..w Marcus led the scoringfor also kept their record clean Robinson, the Balti- l'

ELLIE HENDRICKS A PEPPER POT the winners with 21 points by defeating the Raider's 89- more Orioles super star and
while Ronnie Green and Dick 70, and the Dirty Dozen 108- 1966 triple-crown winner, Is
Born in St.Thomas,Virgin Islands,and f 1illlives there . Mizak had 18 and 15 points re- 86. The Raider's, with Edgar still holding out for a salaryof
Picked by 08 in major league draft last fall . Led Mexi- spectively.For Griffin and Lee Simmons' hot $125,000 a year by refus-
can League with 41 home runs last year and was second in the Hawk's Albert Stir shooting kept the Raiders ing to sign his contract. He

RBIs ((112) while playing for Jalisco . Has played most of rup topped all scorers with 31 within striking distance of the has been offered $110,000,but
last four seasons for Jalisco and has hit 109 homers. points, followed by Alvin Ste- Ringers throughout the game, he says he Is worth more than
Oriole coach Earl Weaver and scout Frank Lane strongly venson's 21 points, with Jack but could not close the margin that.
recommended that Orioles draft him . Played last two win- Swilley adding 12 points. Their within five points.David Jones
ters for Weaver at Santurce in Puerto Rican League . He other top scorer, Bobby Reed and Jimmie Harvard led the Said Harry Dalton, personnel -
and his wife, the former Edna O'Conner, are the parents of did not score. However, the Ringer's with 29 and 18 points, director of the Orioles,
four children: Abegail, Elrod Jr., Elroy and Berecia. Hawks bounced back to whip while Griffin and Simmons "We did not up our offer, and
combined for 41 points. Clifford Frank did not come down"
GULFSTREAM OPENS WITH A BANG the Celtics 119-80 behind the
That after Dalton had
was negotiated -
shooting of Alvin Stevensonand Snell and Clarence Wil-
Racing fans wagered $2,262,922, at Gulfstream Park, Mon- James Floyd,the Duo were liams led the Ringers over the for 20 minutes with
day, a record opening day. Tartan Stable's Dr. Fager, winnerof too much for their smaller foe Dirty Dozen. Robinson at the Miami Stadium FRANK ROBINSON !
seven stakes In 1967, has been assigned top weight of 127 The Knights kept their rec- Tuesday.
pounds for Saturday's $50,000 Donn Handicap. This will beth ord clean by beating the Dirty SOFT BALL PLAYERS 4
tenth running of the stakes and the distance is a mile and Dozen 108-88 with the score :

an eighth. tied 56 all at half time the Anyone interested in play- Kennedy Pushes For
Three horses are bracketed 121 pounds. This trio is madeup Knights John Eaford hit for ing fast pitch Softball in the

of W, R. Beasley's He'sA Smoothie,Canada's Horse of the eight straight points and Eddie summer league may contact
Year in 1967, Hobeau Farm's Handsome Boy and Darby Dan Mitchell's two field goals put Arnold Davis at 635-5043. I
Farm's Proud Clarion. Handsome Boy scored in four stakesa Lottery
year ago and Proud Clarion was the victor in last season's The FJCC State Basketball I Champions of Coach Alheim hope
Kentcky Derby. to cope the Region Vfll tit le for the right to represent the
Frances A, Genter's In Reality, winner of the Florida Derby Southern region in the nationa.1 event. draft reform bill was introduced Committee, and Rep. L. Men-
last season has been assigned 120 pounds followed by GeorgeD The Falcons are currently o:nan eight game win streak. They last Wednesday by del Rivers (D., S. C,), Chair-
Widener's Ring Twice, first in the 1967 Widener, whose,! boast an over-all record of 2!1-5. Sen. Edward M. Kennedy(D., man of the House Armed Ser- "
the Seminole all Tournament held Feb. 22-24 Mass.), Including the lottery vices Committee.Both are ex-
impost is 117 Herbert Allen's Faorable Turn, In the FJCC State Basketb:
victor and Widener's 'Bold Hour, beaten a head in this sea- in Cocoa, the M-DJC North age squad squeezed through their selection plan which Congress pected to oppose the measures

son's Widener get in at 116. Robert Lehman's Sette Bellow, first two games and opened I up in the championship game by rejected last year. this year.In .

which scored in this year's Widener is one of three horses winning with a 15 point rnargi Q. Kennedy's plan would also
the 1967 draft law, Con-
with draft youngest eligibles first
115 pound assignments.HEAVYWEIGHTS ,
gress rejected the draft lot-
end college deferments when
STILL HAVE TROUBLESWith COMPETENT CONFIDENTIAL combat casualties exceed cer- tery and specified that if the

all the goings on about the heavyweight title elimina- E. 0. CULMER, PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT tain limits, create uniform induction President wishes to create sucha
tions, this corner still thinks thee is no one around who can guidelines, and forbid selection system by execu-
take Ellis could give him a little INCOME tive order, he would have to
cassius Clay. Frazier or Expert drafting men as a form of
trouble but that is all With all that is said about Cassius we punishment get permission from Congressfirst.

still have to look at him as a fighter, and he might have been TAX Service .
one of the all-time greats.Under circumstmces things do hap- "The law now in effect is a
pen and everyone has a mind of his own. If he had been left patchwork of peacemeal addi- The current law automatically -
alone, no telling what would have happened.This is my candid BOOKKEEPING SYSTEMS AUDITING tions and alterations," Ken- defers college under-

opinion I will go on saying this over and over again.For whatI INVENTORY COST ACCOUNTING nedy said. "It satisfies no one. graduates as long as their aca-

ha ve seen in the heavyweight division as compared with Serving Dade and Broward We must rewrite,it. . If we demic work is satisfactory.
years back, there is no competition.That's why I say Cassius 25 Years are to have a law which fairly Kennedy would grant "postponements' -
reflects the spirit of a free so- stu-
could beat any heavies around today. NOTARY PUBLIC college .
ciety." dents or persons In training

FALCONS IN NJCAA TOURNAMENTThe 5264 t .W. 24th Ave. Tbs proposals were opposed programs, "unless combat j
will meet casualties for three consecutive -
Falcons of Miami-Dade Junior College 633-3735 last year by such key law-
at 8 months amounted to 10
on Saturday per
the winner of the Alabama-Georgia play-off m a k e r s as Sen. Richard B.
cent of the'total drafted dur-
p.m inCoiumbusGeorgU.newinnerwiUplayinthe.16teamNJCAA 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. : Russell (D., Ga.), chairmanof -
Basketball Tournament in Hutchison, Kansas, .. Sundays 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. the Senate Armed Services ing the period.



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26 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 8, 1968

Police Chief Headley CARLTON REALTYBroker


: 1 j Rewards Boys For Most beautiful bedrooms baths, Fla room, 3014 NW 19 STREET

. MOST MODERN KITCHEN, Built-in oven and 693-4772 Answer CAll 635-3177

range, built-in refrigerator and freezer. Central -
i i BraveryFor air and heat. Garage. EXTRA LARGE FHA-CBS-2 BDRM, I BATH, vynl firs, screened
porch, $10,500, $350 down, $65.11 month.
their bravery and honesty intact. GROUNDS, SCREENED IN POOL. REAL
I. Chief of Police Walter On the same day, last Wed- FLORIDA LIVING. Shown by Appointment.Open FHA-CBS-3 BDRM, I BATH, WATERFRONT.
150 lot.
$13,000 $400down. $80.82
Garage ,
Headley last week commended nesday, the police arrested mo
; three boys and gave them Leon Johnson 24, of 80 NW House Sunday 1 to 5 FilA- CBS-3 BDRM, 2 BATHS Beauty. Fla rm,
bonus bicycles for their partin Eighth Avenue, on a charge of p.m. terr firs, util I rm, cpt, stove, refrig., wash macho
the apprehension of an alleged aggravated assault on ,a 16- Excellent location.$15,600$600 down, $96.21 mo.

purse snatcher.The year-old girl. His description FORD REALTYINC. Broker FHA-CBS-Duplex, 2 BDRMS, 2 BATHS, ea.
boys,Allen Fortune, 14, matched that of the purse 3639 NW 15th Ave. 635.45954REALTY side. $100 mo. income. Can be 0.4 BDRM,4
Jerome Carr, 12, and Robert snatcher, the police said, and BATH home. Don't miss this. $17,500, $700
Hunter, 10,followed tall,thin they called back the boys to down, $107.76 mo.
man accused of snatching a identify Johnson, which they ,
woman's purse, after the man did, the police said. NO QUALIFYING
, ran from the victim, Mrs. 2 BDRM, I BATH, tile rfCBS, vynl firs, must
Rose Langarella,who explained After the identification, in a seell! Painted inside, $1200 down, $70 no. pays
lineup, Johnson was chargedwith all. '
grabbed my handbag
I and ran." strong-armed robberyand TWO-2 BDRM I BATH, CBS homes on one lot.
held I on a total bond of IROKER
f \
While Mrs. Lungarella ran 71x141$200 mo. income. $13,500. $1500 down.
I $6,500 for the two charges.The .
for help I the three boys ran $125 mo.
I after the thief * * * * *
scooping up boys' reward for their OPEN 7 DAYSNO
\ -items falling from the open bravery were bicycles from TUNE IN TO JON CARLTON in the Real I Estate
pocketbook. The thief escapedbut those that the Miami police Corner. WMBM, 1490 KC Friday 3:00: p.m. and
Mrs. Lungarella's wallet have been impounding QUALIFYING$600 DOWN MOVE IN! 9:00 p.m. Get Real Estate information and calltosee
and contents were recovered during the past months. the homes.
3 bedrooms, enclosed front porch, win-
dows, stove, refrig., large fenced yard. Bargainat
DORSEY JR. HIGHOur $7,000$600 down and $75 mo. pays all.
VA or FHA Terms
school is open for 8th Florida School AttendanceLaws.
and 9th graders. We have .
regular I teachers teaching We appreciate your concernIn $250 DOWN $12 PAYS ALL $9,000 FHA 6808 NW 6th Ave. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2

these classes except for two this time of crisis and have Seller pays closing costs on this CBS bargain. story, $300 down, $91 month.
substitutes which is comparatively plans to get our seventh grad- Large Fla room, tile roof, city water and well for
normal. ers back in school as soon as lawn, appliances, air conditioner. Good location. 7521 NW 12th Ct. 2 bedroom CBS, $250

Too many children in the we are sure we have the quali- Jown, $95 pays all.
eighth and ninth grades are fied
personnel we feel our
staying out unnecessarily. school must have. Watch the 14265 NW 22nd PI. 2 bedroom CDS $200
Please remember that students news media for the date.C. Pretty CBS, enclosed front porch, large bedroom, ,
who :are absent are los- Allgood, principal. large living room, jalousie windows, gas heat, down, $56 pays all.
ing valuable days of their edu- stove, refrigerator. FHA price $10,900, $350 dwn,
$67.67 month and seller pays your closing costs. 8037 NW 18th Ave. $300 down, No qualify

cation, seriously i affecting ARCOLA LAKES On NW 92nd St. ing. 3 bedroom. Corner.
their grades, and violating the

Pretty corner house, aluminum siding, awnings,
r 11 Beautiful CBS on huge i a I Iou s i I. windows, stove, refrig., Price only 3639 NW 15th Ave. 6354595
lot. $16,500 pri ce 6,000 with $800 down and $75 month. On 87th
__ Jr' $4,000 down St. and 25th Ave.

BRING For Details
M Call Owner: $250 DOWN $75 PAYS ALL $10,500 FHA King Realty Inc. of Miami"King

RESULTS 693-3701, Seller pays closing costs on this modern, 3 bedroom ,
CBS in new area in Opa-locka. Near school, ; Size "REALTORS 8000 NW 7th
shopping, buses. Jalousied windows, large lot, ISOUR Ave.
appliances. A neat attractive home at less than KINGDOM _
rent. (Our Opa-locka phone number is 624.3666)) CAII


ID Photos Modern 4 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, front porch, car-
t. port, jalousie windows, wall to wall carpeting,
2 For 50t fenced yard. Hear schools, shopping, buses.
$300 down, $81.46 mal $13,000 FHA and seller
SATURDAY ONLY pays your closing costs. Call! our Opo-locko office
624-3666 for ,this bargain.NO .

Corner NW 38 St. & CBS, 3 "edrooms, large enclosed front porch, din THE NEW VA LIST THIS WEEK

ing room, garage Near Shadowlawn Elementary BEAUTIFUL WATERFRONT PROPERTY
School at 47th Terrace near NW 1st Ave. Price is
12 Ave. $12,500 with $600 down. No red tape. Move inl I 8340 NW '10 AVENUE
Lovely 3 bedroom house. Completely furn. Car.

Beautiful, like new at 55th St. near let Ave. Fla 3821 NW 115 STREET
Beautiful CBS, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room, .
room, tile roof, built-in kitchens, formica cabinets, ap.
like new stoves, refrigerators, air conditioners ,. pliances, rugging, fenced. FHA terms.
gas heat,carports.Will sell below FHA of$23,000and
FHA SPECIAL seller will pay all your closing costs tooll! 1351 NW 51 TERRACE

NO CLOSING COSTS 2 bedroom, Fla room, carpeted, FHA, $100 downto

4t 2 bedroom, 1 bath custom built home, double car $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING Gorgeous 2 bedroom, stove, refrig., carpeting,
port, only 2 years old, extra large lot
759-5786 8000 Biscayne Blvd. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT!!! 2 bedroom, screened porch, carport, FHA only
$100 down to vets.BEAUTIFUL .
16000 NW 27th
(In 27th Ave. Shopping Center) 1391 NW 45 STREET

624-3666 Open 7 Daysl 3 bedroom, well, pump and sprinkler, awnings.Has .

one bedroom apt. for income. Also garage.

1043 NW 33 STREET
REALTYBROKER 2 gorgeous CBS houses on 1 lot. Only $18,500.
Seats 700 Well, pump and sprinkler.

1840 NW 41 STREET

Huge air conditioned building. Has offices, 4932 NW 7th Ave. Large 3 bedroom home. Completely furn. Built-in

school rooms, lunch room, etc. Tremendous park stove and oven. Good terms.
,. ing and location. Reduced over $20,000. Total PL 94371 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE

less than $100,000. $40,000 cash. ACT NOW!! 16000 NW 27'Ave HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOVIN

Vie specialize in homes for being dis-
PRINCIPALS ONLY BROKER 693-2631 p, 624-3666 placed in Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing
Projects, Veterans Call to see if you qualify.
-,t'J'T" Open Evenings Sundays You're only a phone call away

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 8, 1968. 27


ADS 1558' NW 49th STREET Barber Shop. 6612 liW
1 bedroom cottage,unfurn. for 18th Avenue.
15 WORDS DR LESS S1.50. 5C FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD couple only, weekly$19,needs Selma Ala.

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED arc TIFCniv. ........ c B ,, I painting Immediate occupancy Houseman, local experience,
-- -- u r.m. Call Mr. Gross, 444-
$320 month. Tahiti Motel
FOR SALE 6126. or evenings 448-2824. RunoffSelma
FOR SALE 16901 Collins Avenue.BEVERAGE .

1621 NW 58th STREET 1313 NW 96th Street Gor- 3 & 2 CBS 1805 1/2 NW 76th TERRACE
House on lot zoned for apartments geous 3 bedroom 2 1 1/2 room separate cottage DRIVERS
bath on a Beautiful corner, with fenced the scene of inten-
churchesnursery lake, this home has everything yard, wall to wall carpet,stove single only. Unfurnished. Im- Experienced. Excellent Opportunities. sive civil rights demonstrations -
. Rented for $22.00 week. Florida room, screened patio, FHA terms $20,000 with mediate occupancy. $17 weekly $100 or more for two years ago, has two
Total price $5500. Call owner air-conditioned, wall to wall $1,000 down and $150 month Call Mr. Gross, 444-6126, the right men. Hospitalizatiorand 1 Negroes heading toward run-

after 7 p.m. Hollywood, 987- carpets sprinkler system, pays all, beautiful Little RiverDr. evenings 448-2824. uniforms Sunset BottlingCo. offs in the city council, with
74668. Ford Realty. fenced yard take 50 West 29th St. Hialeah> white
over mort Area A. Ben-Kori, Real- opponents Tuesday. The
gage, $126.00 pays everything. tor, call anytime 759-2425. Room. Middle age man only. (Indef.) only Negro running for mayor
Beauty shop fully equipped, Downpayment can be tailored ---- Preferrable one work during was defeated.
owner selling because of Illness for your budget! Aetna Realty FHA $13,900 day. Reasonable rent. Call Experienced male plant work- The two Negroes who gained

693-3438. (Broker), 811 NW 54th Street, $450 down and$110 month pays 759-3360. ers for soft drink industry.> runoff spots were among the

phone: 757-5724, Open 7 days. all for this like new immacu- Good starting salary with potential six Negroes who were seeking
CORAL CITY late home all newly decorated, Lovely room. $12 week. 350 increases immediatelySunset seats on the Selma 10-mancity

NO QUALIFYING 4 bedrooms, 2 baths No quail hardwood floors, real fireplace NW 6th Street. 371-2019. Bottling Co. 50 West t: council.

SELLER PAYS tying, wall to wall carpets, ceder linedclosets, 4845 NW 29th St. Hialeah. (Indef.)> The councilmen of Selma

CLOSING COSTS stove refrigerator, asking huge, huge Florida room CBS 16th AVENUE represent only one ward, but
Modern 3 bedroom 2 bath CBS $15,000 terms better than I 2 bedroom 1 bath A Ben-Kori, Large 2 bedroom apartment. Male or female.Attractive and' they are elected by citywide

Built in kitchen, carport, Fla. rent call today for details Realtor, call anytime 759- Unfurnished. $25 weekly. Im- intelligent person for bank tel' vote. The white people outnumber -
room large corner lot. $1,000 Aetna Realty(Broker), 811 NW 2425. mediate occupancy. Call Mr. ler's position. We will train the Negroes in the

down and $122 month pays all. 54th Street, phone: 757-5724,, Gross, 441-6126 or evenings We are an equal opportunit y city's voter registration fig-
Arthur Tubin, Realtor. 7906 Open 7 days. 940 NW LITTLE RIVER DR. 448-2824. employer. Write for appoint; ores by nearly 3,000.
NW 7th Aven. Phone 691-4785 $25,000 total with bankterms, ment to Box 1320 Miami Bead I

By owner. Duplex. 2 bedroom for this most beautiful home Nice clean room for single Florida 33139.

23rd AVE. 3 BEDROOM CBS each side in Hallandale. 717 that is 3 bedroom all very man. 634-1365.
SELLER PAYS ALL NW 6th St. For informationcall large, 2 baths, on the canal FEMALE: Assistant house
CLOSING COSTS 691-5453, Miami. huge kitchen and Florida oom, Settled lady or gentleman. keeper must be experiencedand

Large Fla. Room utility room, special features, call for ap- Working people. Room fur dependable. $280 month.
nice corner lot. FHA price Beautiful home. 2 bedroom pointment to see.A. Ben-Kori, nished or unfurnished. 371- Tahiti Motel 16901 Collins HAIR POMADE

$12,000 with $400 down and fenced, formica kitchen. By Realtor, call anytime 759- 5779. Ave. t 4' Keeps Hair

$74.41 month. Arthur Tubin, owner. Call after 6:30 p.m.: 2425. Neat and
Realtor. 7906 NW 7th Avenue for appointment. all Beautiful bedroom home. MALE: Handyman porter, A fWellGroomed
Phone 691-4785. 2120 Sundays 2 bedroom modern frame Just renovated. Unfurnished.City $340 month Experienced. !,, All Day
day. NW 89th Street 693-
1930. completely reconditioned, water. Lovely yard. Vi- Must be good at general repair New improved MURRAY'S Hair
Call 691-1503 for work. Tahiti Motel 1690 pressing Pomade works wonder on
CAROL CITY $350 DOWN details. cinity of NW 19th Ave and 49th kinky, hard-to-manvge hair. Applied
Street. 691-4668 Collins Ave. in the morning, hair keeps that ''Just
$84.35 MONTH No qualifying, hot deal. 2bed. combed" look all day. Satisfaction
No Qualifying or Loan Costs guaranteed Get
completely MURRAY'S ,
900 NW 8th AVENUE to C.
COSTS nished. Clean in and day. On sale at/ + /a
3 bedroom 2 bath out.Closeto Lovely CBS, wall to wall car- Wants to share my home with drug and cosmetJc w ?
Modern CBS
schools, buses and shopping MIAMI TIMES! counters every
pets. Like brand new. Must see'to quiet married couple. NE 5- where.
large lot. FHA bargain. Ar- center. Only $12,500 with 10%' ADVERTISERSAppreciate tNUARAYb
thur Tubin, Realtor 7906 NW down payment. appreciate. Allapattah 3845. URGE SIZE 506 MURRAY"8
Monthly pay Realty. 633-0426. your business SMALL SIZE 250MURRAY'S ; ;
7th Ave. Ph. 691-4785. ments to suit your pocketbook 'az.Q;
They are courteous and
Stores offices clinic. A-l
Drive by 1024 NW 35th Street, or SUPERIOR PRODUCTS CO.
OPA-LOCKA $350 DOWN then call our office for appointment Teacher transferring selling location. New building on NW dependable. Support them! 45. Cksrlstti Ditrsit, Mick. 41201
at loss. 3 bedroom 2 bath CBS.
$71.52 MONTH to show. Fenster 62nd St. at corner of 11th Ave.
Fenced shadded lot near Uni-
next toU-Tote-MStore.Phone
Realty, 759-8779.
of Miami and school.
COSTS Max Levin FR 4-9081 or 444-
Modist downpayment and assume -
Modern 2 bedroom CBS. Tile 3673.
5 3/25% first mortgage.
bath, carport. Range and refrigerator 6931 NW 5th Court. Beautiful', Consider rent'with option.See -

huge closets.Awnings 2 bedroom CBS. 80 x 135 feet: at 6001 SW 62nd Ave. Can! for MISCELLANEOUSTV
Large fenced yard. Ar lot. Florida room. $2000downor 1 appointment. 665-2881. 1 '
thur Tubin, realtor 7906 NW less $95 month. No quali SERVICE
7th Ave. ph. 691-4785. fying. Owner 754-4484. furnished City wide 24 hour service.
Completely Charge it, 6346714. Castle
To all cash buyers only $12- 4
000. Drive by 1260 NW
$350 DOWN $84.35 MONTH price $8,900 furnished,
St. then call Fenster Realty,,
SELLER PAYS CLOSING only $2,900 down and $60 759-8779. REMODELING
COSTS month pays all. This Is unbe- Room additions remodeling
Spacious 2 bedroom tile bath furnished alterations commercial
lieveable, beautifully , No qualifying. 9210 NW 15th -
Fla. room. Dining room. Xtra wall to wall carpet, CBS 1 Ave. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, car industrial residential. Free
large kitchen with built-in 2 bedroom porches, refriger port, $2,000 down payment. estimates.i Allied Builders
over and range. Utility room. ators, a must see at this low Take over one mortgage. 446-3288.

Carport, awnings. Arthur Tu realistic price, best buy we; Drive by, then call Fenster
bin, Realtor. 7906NW 7thAve. have had in years.A. Ben-Kori i Realty, Broker, 759-8779. CHILD CARE

Ph. 691-4785. realtor, call anytime 7592425FHA Keepchildren i l in my home

-- Like new 2 bedroom 2 bath CBS 758-3426.
737 NW 47th TERRACECBS TERMS carport, awning, patio beautiful Lease a gas water heater
2 or 3 bedroom. $10,500 2 bedroom 2 bath CBS, very landscaped, city water Mothers, Mothers, I f you are for $2.00 a !
$500 down. $85 per month. large rooms,big Florida room,with extra well and pump for looking for a clean neat home
Near everything, See,call owner oak floors this is worthseeing. lawn. Nicely furnished too! experienced babysitter good s guaranteed to reduce your utility bit!.

693-2631. $700 down, inverygood Move right in.Close to school, food call us pickup and de- ad the hot water you'll need.
area, this home is large. livery. 633.2002 or 633-2732
bus $13900 termsarranged.
Steal this bargain! Its a sleeper ,
I Priced below market value A, Ben-759-2425.Kori, Realtor call Must see today! Atlantic Call Jack Thorne [}TIffiffi rID&GiPAS\
No qualifying. 2 bedroom 1 and Pacific Realtors Will take care of children in

bath, carporte, CBS. tile roof POOL HOME 666-0411. my home. PL 8-9972. .......,wy w...,.nr 1y/
hardwood floor, on 82 x 121 Open Sunday 2 to 6 p.m. 8825 NO CLOSING COST MIAMI 2300EDISON IISCAYN'E BLVD. 31'674' '

corner lot. Total price$10500 NW 12th Avenue. $16,000 FHA Lovely 3 bedroom 1 bath CBS LEGAL NOTICES

$1000 down $70 month.See and terms with $600 down, spotless tile roof, hardwood floor,,
buy today! Atlantic and Pacific 3 bedroom 1 bath with big fenced corner lot,awning,air- NOTICE is hereby given to the

Realtors 666-0411. pool. Property is immaculate.A. conditioner, wall to wall car owners of the following Motor

Ben-kori, Realtor call any pet, FHA $300 down$81 month Vehicles will be attached and I 1 1 SpecialsSTOP i
No qualifying. A doll house, time 759-2425. veterans or displaced persons sold in the enforcement of a !
perfect for retirees on 81 x 110 $100 down Atlantic and Pacific legal lain for Just and reasonable

corner lot. Total price $5500, FHA $14,000 Realtors 666-0411. charges for labor and
$500 down $50 month.Atlanticand $450 down and $107 a month storage. IN OUR OFFICETO

Pacific Realtors. 666- pays all, corner lot, wall to Live rent free! Beautiful CBS 1962 Buick, I. D. No. SEE THE FOLLOWING

0411. wall carpet, 3 bedroom 2 bath. Duplex, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, 631037923, last registeredowner ((1)I) 180 NW 67 St. $350 down FHA. Lovely 2 bed-

251 NW 59th Terrace FHA, CBS. With lots extras, carport, on extra large cot : Frank Barkley room, dining room, tile roof, wolllwoll! carpeting,
2 bedrooms 1 bath, large Fla. sprinkler system appointmentonly. ner lot tile roof. BarBQuepit. excellent location.
room, tile roof, stove refrigerator A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, Freshly painted. FHA$500 1951 Ford Truck, I. D.No. ((2)) 116 NW 68th St.$250 down FHA. bedroom, CBS
759-2425. down $96 month Atlantic and 7HA5015B, last registeredowner house tile roof Fla
air conditioned,price; call anytime room, $87 mo. pays everything.
$11,800-$400 down(Vets$100)) Pacific Realtors 666-0411. ; Jonathon Rolle ((3)) 860 NW 67th St. Large 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS,

No closing costs, $86.43 home with Fla room, FHA terms.
monthly. See todayAetnaRealty 1210 LITTLE RIVER DRIVE Open Sunday 3-6p.m.1220NW 1959 Oldsmobile, I. D.No. I ((4)) 7500 NW 4th Ave. For Professionals. Large 3

(Broker), 811 NW 54th Price $22,500 with bank 88th St. 3 bedroom, 2 bath,CBS 597112756 Joe, JonesIn last registeredowner bedroom, 2 both, CBS home on corner. Fla room,

Street, Phone: 757-5724, Open terms, this is a large 3 bedroom FHA or conventional,carport, ; garage, sprinkler system. Being sold on FHA
7 days- 2 bath with hardwood built-in range and over, car- terms or can buy conventional.
floors central air, large eatin port. In best area. Our sales- consideration of the fore- ((5)) We have many more homes and duplexes on FHA
going, the Repairer and Storer
2025 27 NW 91st Street modern builtin kitchen on thee men will be on premises. will terms or no qualifying.
request Certificatebetransferred
rent onside bedrooms, Fenster Realty, Broker, 759-
Gorgeous CBS duplex, canal, with large to his OPEN DALL DAY
live free other side, FHA and Florida room, this Is one 8779. name. 0 0 EVERYDAY .
$13,700, $450 down Noclos- of the largest houses on the :
log costs $84.99 monthly. Be canal for the money, and Is a CHILD CARE Repairer KELLY and PACE Storer ,E ,ISOHRE lT\R( cdtot$

your ownlandlord.AetnaRealty great buy. Drive by then call j Infants and toddlers. Best of 1401 NW 1st Avenue ' ",. ,f,
(Broker), 811 NW 54th A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, call (care in the home. 635-2893. Miami, Florida 33136 Street 757-5724 Open 759-2425 0 : ,
Phone: anytime (Indef). Mar. 1,8,15 -- '"=" ..
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