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I ZEKE BURROWS RONALD YOUNG EARL CARROLL WELLINGTON ROLLE LEON EARLES C. GAYLORD ROLLE 1

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'Vol. 45, No. 30 MIAMI FLORIDA, FRIDAY MARCH 22, 1968, 32 PAGES 15Miss ) : 1 1j
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I x more Dade Negroes W. L. Rolle qualified on 'tis Church, a :Third Degree EOPl Center.
qualified for state legislativeand Tuesday, March 19, as a can- Mason, an &IK, a member of He is a member of Tarboux
local school board and didate for the Dade County the Florida Council on Human Memorial Methodist Church,
county commission seats this School Board Group 1, at Relations, the NAACP,and the a 32 degree mason and a mem- '\
week, representing the largest large. Commercial Telegraphers' ber of the Shrine.He I
number of Negroes to vie for Mr. Rolle, a native Dade Union AFL-CIO. is married and is the father -
elective office. The six Joined Countian, a graduate of Booker Leon lEarles, retired New of two children.Mr. .
'j. Joe Kershaw, who has pre- T, Washington High School York businessman is running Clifford Matthews
viously announced his candi- who served with the U, S. Air for a seat in the State Senate serving as campaign treasurer. -
dacy for the state legislature.Zeke Force and attended college at from the Republican party. .
Burrows, a native Florida A&M University is Mr. Earl is a member of C. Gaylord Rolle, editor
Miamian, has qualified for seeking to become the first Big Brothers .America, and publisher of the Liberty' ,
an at-large post on the Dade Negro elected to the Dade serves as a counselor of News, also qualified this
,t,' trl''' .y4 ?rL County School Board.An agent County School Board. SCORE Chapter 29 of Dade week for the Dade School
__ for the Prudential Insurance Mr. Rolle Is currently employed County. Was a member of the Board. Mr. Rolle'was an unsuccessful -
Co., he attended Dade County as a Technician with the Board 'j of Directors ot EOP!. candidate for the
public schools and (graduated Telegraph Com ny. He is a and currently a member of the School Board in the last elec-
with a bachelor's degree in member of the Mt. Zion Bap- Advisory Board of Little River tion. .
education from Florida A&M
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assistant to Senator Gainesville simmered for 00 In damages have been reshe attempted to put out afire '1
Anna Gene Stevenson, was one of many seniors from Richard B. Stone in the 1967 months and then erupted into ported, and one woman comwith her hands after her home
daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Her- throughout the state who were session of the Florida Legislature violence by firebombs, with plained that she had been burn- was attacked.
bert (Elizabeth) Stevenson of selected to participate In this will seek the nomina- six Negroes being chargedwith
1950 NW 57th Street, participated event. The workshop was designed tion for the House of Repre- firebombing white stores. .
in a statewide youth to acquaint the partici- sentatives, group91.This seat Arrested this week is the First Renewal Construction
workshop held Tallahassee. pants with parliamentary procedures was vacated by the election of center of the controversy, Ir-
The workshop was in session the passage of legislation Maurice Ferre to the Miami vin "Jack" Dawkins, 34, who
March 12 through 16. and organizational procedures City Commission. Mr. Young had been Jailed before on a
Miss Stevenson who is On Saturday night, lost to Commissioner Ferre contempt charge. The othersare Contract Awarded :
president of Alpha Chapter; March 16 at Florida State Uni- In a special election last year Carlton Gary, 17; Sheila
Tri-Hi-Y at Miami Jackson, continued on page 2 for- the now vacated seat. L. Preston, 18; Jethro Ward,
Young Is married, father of 17; Tyrone Wilson, 20; and a .
For 47 Townhouses
three sons, the eldest Ronald 16-year-old Juvenile.
Check Your Voter Young Jr., is anallAmerlcanf They are all charged with ,
guard, at Highlands University arson in last Wednesday's A 635,000 contract for low- fourth of their income for rent.
Los Vegas, New Mexico firebombing of a Gainesville rent town houses and initiat- The federal government will
store. That bombing was one ing action for additional pro- subsidize the remainder of the
RegistrationYou Earl J. Carroll a native Mi- of sixteen fires set since the jects was awarded Monday by
amian, who is 36 years old is arrest of Dawkins and Mrs. Metro Commissioners. rent.The commission adopted a
filing for the office of Dade Carol Thomas, the wife of a Upon the recommendation of resolution asking that more
Be Off Books County Commission.Mr. University of Florida professor the county Housing and Urban low-rent housing agreementsbe
May Carroll has worked Mrs. Thomas, who is Development Department and made with the federal gov-
diligently In trying to promote white, and Dawkins were heldon the Metro planning Depart- ernment, and thus open up the
Of the 84,000 purge notices "We also urge all who moved better government on the local contempt of court chargesfor ment, commissioners unani- way for future urban renewal
mailed in January to persons without, notifying us of state, and national level. He alledgedly passing out mously awarded Apgar projects.
who failed to vote In county changes of address to write or has served on the Governor'sSub leaflets to the grand Jury. Markham Construction Co. a

elections in two prior years, visit our registration offices Committee on Education, Mrs. Thomas and Dawkins contract for 47 units of hous ', "
some 53,000 failed to request immediately so that their rec- Governor's Manpower & Development were sentenced to prison, ing. INSIDE THE.TIMES.... '
reinstatement to the voting ords may be corrected," he Committee and the Da w I.Ins to six months and Known as Urban Renewal v ;

rolls, according to county added. Governor's Employ the Handicapped Mrs. Thomas, four months,on Project No. 1, the network of Bethel 17 ',
Elections Supervisor Martin Persons who had a change of Committee. He has the contempt chargesandwere town houses will be built on the Bondu .,/ /9/;
Braternun. name also must appear to have also served on the Dade County denied bond, until they 2.6 acres at the corner of NW Broward News 27 .. .,..,
Among the 53,000 are per- their records corrected. Citizens' Advisory Board. He appealed to the U. S. Curcuit Sixth Ave. and 20th Street. Business Directory 28 .'
and wish- also served on the City of Mi- Construction will be-
sons who may have moved and Anyone eligible Court of New Orleans, which Chatter 6
failed to notify Braterman's ing to vote in the May 7 and ami Recreation Advisory granted them bond, after gin after federal approval is Churches 22.24
office, May 28 primary elections Committee City of Miami Florida Supreme Court had granted. Federal Housing Ad- Classifieds ?' 31,
Additional thousands to must be registered no later Boxing Commission and is refused. ministration rent sUDDlementshave Deaths :,20-21
than April 6. presently serving on the Cityof been requested as wellas '
whom the Elections Division The firebombing began after Diaz .5 .
wrote were dropped from the The registration books will Miami Planning and Zoning the judge sentenced the pairto a government building loan. i Editorials ", ..4 ,
rolls if the mail was returnedby be closed from April 6toJune Board. Presently, Mr.Carroll prison. His home was the Rents would average $120 a Entertainment 8-9'.it; (
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month for two bedroom and
the U. S, Post Office was 3, during which period no new holds the office as Presidentof first target of the firebombs. .;.,McBride .";< :rr75Y
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the Dade $140 a a .
reinstatementsor County
undeliverable."We registrations, Young Bombings spread throughoutthe ,. Real Estate : ;Pa307
urge all who failed to changes can be made. Democratic Association, is a white businesses In four bedroom apartments, Rustin :>rA,\4f': ::
main office of the Elec- member of the YMCA said Haley Sofge, director of > :
The Boy
vote in the last two years and Gainesville.The Sports : ,29ttSweeting ':
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tions Division is at 1351 NW Scoutschairman of the Boardof "Little HUD r ',
who have not already done so, '"
to apply for reinstatement on 12th Street, Phone 377-7501 the Neighborhood Cen- chief of police at Tenants who are consideredby ;,Young, .. ,;":::;,'4 1 It!

the voter registration rolls," for additional information or terette, Member of DAY & Gainesville says that the fire- the government as being on ,,:tflf ,.1. ,.." ', ,..:.,...",. ,JI" :. 'f',
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2 THE MIAMI TIMES. Prlrlnv March 22., 1968), 4. _ .. _ _

I .N..Sheriff'lailstW-.hite: Officers Police And Mayor Haft, I



In the ,rapidly.- changing patrolmen'0 f fie:e r s accompanying Negro after young 'Devance the stomach and chest.said that Tam a Disturbance
Southland,. a Negro sheriff In him. had filed a complaint the day Sheriff Amerson .
told him that he was
Alabama Lucius Amerson' These two law enforcement before when he complained'that Devance The
then driven to Notasulga police What could have been a riotous youths shouted insults
Tuesday arrested two white officers were arrested on the two officers had beaten where Singletonheld disturbance was broken by at the police cars as they drove
law enforcement officers in warrants signed'by the victimized and arrested him. range
a gun beside his head police in Tampa's Negro sec- by. Rushed to the scene were
connection with the beating of.. Negro, Oscie Lee De- The beaten Negro told the while Bass beat him. tion Monday night, as young four squads of city police and
a Negro. ,vance, 22. sheriff that the officer took Said Amerson, "Theyshotall toughs started a shouting, about 24 sheriffs deputies
Sheriff .AmeryoEQf Tus- The charge against Single- ',him to Jail. where Bass was on. around him. He said that window breaking, and looting who broke up the melee with,
kegee, the 'st'Nigr to'hold, ,fpn is that he drew and thr at- duty, and Bass started to call the chief of police told him to rampage. the assistance 'of the mayor
this post .,since Reconstruct fined to use a dangerous wea- him names while he was book- dance and he fired at his feat." The disturbance stemmed who appealed to the crowds to,
tion, made'thd annoimcement.that pon, and Bass was chargedwith Ing him. Amerson said thathedidnotknow from the arrest by a Negro anda disperse quietly. He ordered
his department had made assault and battery.They The sheriff said that the exactly how young De- white police officer ofaNe- the police to step back andthe
the arrests of the police chiefof were both freed on bonds of white officers called the Ne- and crowd
vance got away,or was released gro woman on drunkenness quieted.
Notasulga, Robby Singleton $300 each. gro youth "nigger" and a lot but that he had gone to the disturbing the peace charges.
and a state trooper James The arrest of Singleton was of other words. Then the police station to complain
H. Bass, the latter submitting made by the Negro sheriffs trooper knocked him down and
and he was
about the injuries
himself, with several highway chief deputy, Eddie Ivory, a kicked him several times in told, "get out and better say Bob Simms Named Head --I

anything about it."
It was then that Devancecame Community Relations
to the sheriff office and -
swore out the warrants." Robert Simms was appointed -

to a $20,000 a year post
; School OpensFor Monday as director of Dade's r
Community Relations Board. n{
PostalEmployees Simms joined the CR3 14
months ago. He succeeds Ben
Sissel, who has resigned to
open a consultant's office in

Postmaster E. M Daalap Washington, D, C,
announced last week that the Simms was recommendedby
first time in its 192-year his- County Manager: Porter
tory,the American Postal System Homer, and his appointment
has a school of its own. was unanimously endorsed by
The school -- called The Pos- Metro Commission.The .
tal Service Institutehas former school teacherand
been dedicated by Postmaster director of the local Small
General Lawrence O'Brien in Business Development Center --- ....- sHe 'T. ,.._.
Washington, D C. assumed contro of the daily
The School will teach a wide staff opperation in December. has also served on the
variety of courses. These will The 40-year-old Simnvs: Dade County Advisory com
range from professional matters : earned his B. S. degree at Xa- mittee to the superintendentof
such as maintenance and vier University InNewOr- schools and on the desegregation
mechanization to social prob- leans, and has done graduate advisory staff of the
lems affecting the post office. work at University of Miami. University of Miami.

. MISS FLORIDA COUNTY CONTESTANTS

I Woman's Look at Raymond BurrBy I


LOUISE RILEYIn trocution, knifing and shooting, more times than any
A '>i of R' i other actor alive. I don't even let them show my old
the penthouse of the Deauville Hotel onplush Mi- movies on the island," (The Island being his own Nai-
ami Beach, Raymond Burr, in Miami expressly for the torba in the Fuji Island of the South Pacific which he
purpose of speaking at the "Diamond Jubilee" dinner bought in 1965, thatboasts all of 138 people, one chruch
for Florida Memorial, College, held a 10:00 a.m.pressconference. "but we have five church services on Sunday. Everyone -
is allowed a separate church service according to
In a setting of masculine simplicity that included the his own religion."
rooms blue decor, the star's light blue pin striped sum On his 4,000 acre island "we are quite self suffic-
mer suit (not to mention blue eyes)this writer held the ient, raising cattle, pigs, chickens, eggs, milk,butter,
distinct pleasure of being the only girl (note that word beef, pork, several varieties of coconuts and pineap-
_ "girl") writer present. ples and other fruit and processed oil that's exported,
. Burr, a genuinely charming and gracious personalitysat and we are also Involved in a new agriculture methods -
r __ on the edge of the blue floral couch that sank as if ." Other answers yes i pay two taxes, one to the
it were cotton under his handsome figure that looked colony and one to the U.S.whenwemake a profit whichwe
about 6'2" and answered questions with thought, hon- haven't made much of.! And "No Pmnot governorof
rw \r :.:: .- esty and sincerity In such an unhurried manner that the island Pm King!" to Shakespear, which must
"MISS FLORIDA COUNTY"Saint the entire room had the atmosphere of friends chat- account for his superb diction.
ting in a home, with the flesh of a camera flickeringnow
Luke Baptist Church, Davis is Miss Florida County
I Deaconess Board sponsored 1968. The runners up were and then, catching "perry Mason" in one of his Raymond Burr did not complete high school but wentto
the "Miss Florida County" Jacquline Johnson and pensive or gay moods; the ring of a telephone that is several universities "I don't know how I did that,
contest, Feb. 23. Miss Sharna Eyvonne Moore. answered in a hushed voice and coffee cups and pop but it wasn't easy," including one in Canada,Chunking
bottles clinking occasionally. and Stanford Universities, and holds a degree, plus
When asked why he had chosen to devote his time and several honorary degrees and who is"involved in edu-
Miriam and ATTENDS LEGISLATURE efforts to Florida Memorial College, this writer found cation around the world," suggest that every child interested -
Raymond Burr to be thoroughly informed with ready in the arts or acting attend a school like FMC
YOUTH WORKSHOP statistics, plans and goals of the Miami located four and get as much formal education as possible and makea
Stokely Are year institution that begins its first semester' here in name In his own town before trying for New York or
continued from page 1 September."For Hollywood.

versity, a Governor's Ball was instance" notes Burr "the college is not justa Raymond Burr has a total of five years in the ser-
Pata Pata held to honor the participants. liberal arts school but will allow students to take vice, two of those years in the Navy.His company Har-
Governor Claude Kirk was advantage of specialized courses as in other cities,as bor Productions "named after Harbor Island in the Ba-
Stokely Carmichael, Black present to extend greetings well as offer a degree Theatre Arts that will include hamas" owns 50%of his current TV Ironside,"
Power advocate, confirmed and cordialities. directors, writers, technicians etc.,and that the school which takes about a year to shoot 28 segments work-
reports this week that he will During the workshop, the will have 75 to 100 Bahamian students in Septemberand ing on a rigid schedule of six or seven days a week.
marry Miriam Makeba, internationally youth participated in a mock also exchange students from the South Pacific,

famous singer, and session of legislative procedures Africa and other countries." Having been married three times and who is not a
native of South Africa. Miss Stevenson servedas Nothing also, that families across the country in the determined bachelor "I'm not a confirmed anything," I
They have set no date for the a senator, and participated lower 1 income bracket are forced on a lower tuition Burr speaks candidly about a few personal things.
marriage which had been predicted in the processes used to pass basis and believing F MC to, in the next two years, become Marriage; "r m not getting married in the next 48 I i
ever since they started Bill. an international "Ironside" told the
a group hours, but if the time comes, I will."
seeing each other last year. Miss Stevenson is very "this"community is very fortunate to have the college Children; "I only had one child, a son that died."
He is 27 she 35. active in school activities at here.
Family: "i have one brother and sister in Alaska."
Miss Makeba is at presentin Jackson. She is Captain of the Speaking of how he became involved with the school, Women: "Women should not work. They can't take i
the Bahamas where she popular Swingetts,a majorette Burr credits Rev. Edward Graham, its Board Chair- care of the home and a job too."
owns considerable real estate, group, an honor student, a man and Dr. Royal puryear, the school's president, Favorite color "Blue."
and has opened a boutique to member of the science, math, both of whom he has been in constant contact with for Clothes :
Preference; "I prefer to wear as little as
market a line of African and social science national many months, with "extra-ordinary accomplishmentsi the law allows." I

clothes that she is designing. honor society. She Is also a this area." And with that juicy tidbit this writer (who had been t
The star of the "
Miss recently released movie
Makeba's record p.j.
was
,
member of the Drama Group granted an exclusive
interview after the had ) f
men gone
born in Canada and to
this
came
"Pata Pata, an African folk- country at the age of
thanked
and a Student Council Repre- the I
very warm and wonderful Burr
song, made the top ten list last sentative. six, is widely known for his more than 300 perfor- who had Raymond
come toMiami
mances in nine of his TV series for a very worthy and welcome
year. She is divorced from her Miss years "Perry Mason, occasion
Upon graduation, (promoting education for he "all
which he as says,
second husband, Hugh Mas- Stevenson plans to attend Tal- speaks of very foundly and answered a reporters people -
akela. question that he "never got sick of'Perry Mason' green, yellow, black, white, purple or whatever -
ladega, College, Talladega, but naturally welcomed a chance to do something different ) and gathered up our paraphernalia, especially
Alabama where she is to "Ironside's"
receive -
autograph and tucked it away
Isaac"lke" Withers, former carefully
Superintendent of Kendall ascholasticscholarship. This super star, who started In church and schools to we be got presented home. to our nine year old son Jeffrey, when
Children Home, will begin a has done a variety of things during his acting career
This
new job on March 18,as Com- The Youth Eleventh Legislature Annual Florida was- from bad guys "I must have killed,been killed by elec- tonight!! was in peace insurance! Insurance of being able to sleep
munity Relations program Of-
sponsored the Men's
ficer of the Dade County Com- by Young
Christian Association.
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Low Cost Housing Loan Commitments Reach $8 Million '.

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The Peoples Group of Na- loans at underthemarketrates. bership will be enlarged later. low cost housing by private en the suggestion in consultingwith Jog or optioning land, having
tional Banks has set aside Loan commitments so Edwin Tucker, Director of terprise. Bishop Carroll." plans drawn, and paying
$600,000 to be used in making far total around $8 million Community Services for the "The whole idea was Mr. The "seed money" -- now necessary FHA fees to qualify -
loans on low cost housing at Catholic Diocese, paid high Usina's from the start," amounting to around $115,000is for loans covering 100 per
two points below the market, tribute to Peoples' Chairman Tucker recalled. "He first -- needed, Bishop Carroll cent of project costs.It Is hop.
Board Chairman Leonard Bishop Carroll, whose offer Usina, whose early confer- planted the thought at a meet- explained, to enable non-profit ed that contributors other than
Usina 'announced this week. in January of a $50,000 gift by ences with Bishop Carroll, ing of the Community Rela- corporations to finance those who have already come
the Catholic Diocese to get the Tucker said, led to formulation tions Board's housing committee preliminary steps for housing forward will bring the "seed
At the same time, Catholic housing project started, em- of the plan for financing of Subsequently, he made projects. These include buy- money" fund up to $1 million
Bishop Coleman F. Carroll phasized that it was'a com-
announced the form'ltionofthe munity-wide movement in
South Florida Citizens' Hous- which labor and private busi-

ing Foundation, Inc., a non- nesses were expected to par- Urban league Silver Jubilee Dinner
profit organization designed to ticipate, along with the church I
provide housing for low and and banks.

Dade moderate County.income families in At Everglades Next Thursday

Members of the Board of Directors ., .

of te Citizens'Hous- Marking 25 years of work- office at 395 NW First Street. year who is Whitney Young's Rev. Harold D.Long,pastor \
Bishop Carroll said that ing Foundation include Bishop ing for the betterment of the Cooperating with the Greater deputy executive director of of the Church of the Open Door,
more than $100,000 had been Carroll; Usina ; ThomasF Negro community of Dade Miami Urban League is the the National Urban League. will installthe new officers for

pledged by the PeoplesNa- Fleming, Jr., Vice chair- County, the Greater Miami Urban League Guild,headed by Puryear is a nationally recog- 1968. Mrs. Maude K. Reid,
tional Bank of Miami\the First man of the First National of Urban League will hold a Mrs. Ann Lindsey Packard, nized leader in the struggle for president; Mr. William Smith,
Feceral Savings and Loan Association Miami; Ben MoGahey, chair- Silver Jubilee Dinner celebration and also the Urban league equal rights and equal oppor- Ezekiel: Burrows, Robert O.t
the First National man of the First National of for members and friendson Youth Community William tunity, and is a brilliant and Hach and James L. Bailey,
Bank of Miami Springs,and the Miami Springs; Miami City Thursday, March 28th at the Smith is general chairman of dynamic orator. He is a bro- vice presidents; Mrs. WillieF.

Catholic Diocese of Miami as Commissioner Athalie Range; Everglades Hotel, Miami. arrangements.The ther of Dr. Royal W. Puryear, Williams, secretary; and
"seed money" to get the housing Episcapal BlshopJamesL Tickets are $4.50 and can be guest speaker from New president of Florida Memorial Ben C. Green, treasurer. A
project under way. Duncan; Rabbi Irving Lehr- obtained from the League York will be Mahlon T. Pur- College. special song program has been
man, of Temple Ennnu-El; arranged by the Urban League
Besides the $600,000 set Dr. Calvin Rose, pastor of the Youth Community sextet under
aside by the Peoples Banks, Miami Shores Presbyterian the direction of Don Jennings.
funds have also been allocated Church; and Frank J. Rooney, Bain "The past 25 years has beena
Silver Star Goes
by the other banks partici- Miami contractor It is antici- to Sgt. long, hard road through the
pating in the plan for housing pated that the Board's mem. tangled underbrush of racial
The Silver Star for gallantryin and Mrs. George and Louise
action was awarded to Staff Whitehead of 1820 NW 70th St, prejudice and discrimination,
but now we are seeing the light
Sergeant Horace W. Bain, a
.. 1957 graduate of Booker T. Sergeant Bain distinguished :; .-: ahead," declared Mrs MaudeK.
", Washington High School. He himself on March 5, while Reid, the League's president -
n is married to former Paula B. serving as a squad leader with "Many of our best Ne-

;.: f Manning Hopkinsville,Kentucky Troop B, 1st Battalion, 9th gro and white citizens have
and he is the son of Mr. Cavalry during a ground re- given of themselves without
R connaisance mission in the An stint to bring about an inter-
.f C MMJp
L t Lao Valley, Republic of VietI I racial understanding and to
i open the doors to equal oppor-
Grand I
Jury
k nam.While tunity for those who have for
i:1s. exploring a series of t
$ 1 centuries been denied the
heavily used enemy trails,
rights and deprived of the
DiscriminationAttacked Sergeant Bain's platoon en-
I' heritage that belong to all
countered an enemy force upon
entering a heavily wooded Americans. In this respect,
our Silber Jubilee Dinner will
area. Seeing the enemy, Ser-
be than social event
more a ;
geant Bain immediately assaulted -
two soldiers it will, in fact, be a renewed
their positions with came upon enemy
k We wonder where the yel- hand grenades,killing two Viet whom he immediately felled dedication' to the unfinishedtask
low went. Cong and wounding 'a third. with instant fire, thus preventing as we move forward with

Lillian Sands Promoted to Leading his squad to flank an ambush nad saving many new programsandnewenthus-
An attack was made Tues- iasm."
American
the area of the movement, he lives.
I day on the Dade County Granc
Jury selection with a conten-
Juvenile Court SupervisorJudge tion that yellow cards were used -

to denote Negroes and FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT
Donald E. Stone of the Pictured here is Chief Proba. thereby exclude them from
Dade County Juvenile and Do- tion Officer, Jack C.Richardson jury service. MODERATE RATES-CALL
mestic Relations Courtan- explaining some of the new .
nounced this week the advance duties and responsibilities to Phillip Weinstein, attorneyfor :
ment of Probation Officer Lil- Mrs. Sands. Murray Gardiner, said the I BONDED ..
for theft ofa
indictment public
lian in
W, Sands to serve a
Mrs. Sands has been em. document a misdemeanor) its
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leadership position as an Ac- -
at the Court
ting Supervisor in the Proba- ployed Juvenile was returned by grand jurors RENTAL <
tion Services Division of the for seven years.She previously chosen at a time when the Dade .aM
worked for the Florida State
Grand Commis-
Court. In addition toher regu- County Jury ,.....
Department of Public Welfarefor .. -
sion used white cards for ::::Jt- -
lar duties with child-
working eleven years as a case AGENCY _--:=1
prospective grand jurors .. .;J-.r W _
ren and families, Mrs. Sands .... ?.wc.
worker.
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will take on new responsibilities --unless they were Negroesand r M .

in supervising and assist She is active in churchworkand then yellow cards were t .. ., . r rc Jo
ing other Officers in their casework has served on the Board ol used. INC _
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MP Whitney Young, Jr.

Office 6530NW 15th Ave., Miami, Flo. 33U7-PhoneI691.0421 r Executive Director
National Urban League
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Member of the National/ Newspaper Publishers Association White People NeededWhen
2400 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III., 60616
...' racial prob- president's Riot Commissioners say that their reportis
SUBSCRIPTION RATES the President's Commission investigating black Americans who know how it is already
rather
ONE YEAR S5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 that the central problem is white racism, they not for ; ,
lems reported shock to many that it is for white Americans who don't know. That is true
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post said what all Negroes know. But it came as a Nevertheless, since there is a good deal in their findings that

Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 white citizens. recommended massive programs in employment not all Negroes know, some of the facts brought out in the R9.

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" The Commission to end poverty and assist port cannot help but ghe thousands of Negroes a clearer understanding
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead housing, and education of their national situation. For instance;
bene-
will
the world from racial and national antagonism when it accordsto Negroes to first-class citizenship. O!course, whites
every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human fit from these too. Most of the poor people in America -
programs
and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man..the Negro and movement toward economic and social (1)) Using Detroit and Newark as samples,we find that there
Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men are white, any roughly 46% of America's urban NegropopulaUon who
lot of emphasis are now
are hurt as long as anyone Is held bock. Justice will benefit them. Obviously, however, a have so completely lost faith in the country that they would not
will have to be on the Negro ghetto
card under any circumstance to take up arms in its defense.

le ditor otebook Just as Negroes need special help in overcoming centuriesof Here, it is not the news that Is startling -- since many of us
economic and social disadvantage, so too, do white people knew it before -- but the figures. A society is in deep trouble

need help in overcoming centuries of racist thought and un- when so many of its citizens would not defend it. The reasonsare

OUR PRESIDENTWhile founded feelings of superiority.In many, but one of the most telling was given by a woman

. Senator Mcca thrandtormerVice-PresidentRichard their nearly four hundred years in America,Negroes have who said, "my husband came back from Vietnam and nothing
Nixon been the objects of unfounded fears and absurd fantasies by "
victories
rejoice over their had changed.
in the primaries which is many white people.Stereotypes have ranged from the shuffling,

natural; President Lyndon lazy, handkerchief-head, to the potent, knife-wielding, sex- ((2)) In almost every city and state in the nation, the practice .

Johnson, like ole man river, crazed destroyer.None is to pay Negroes less for the same Jobs they perform
keeps rolling along. The end is of these stereotypes conforms to anything approaching with whites, even where they have similar qualifications and

not yet in sight. reality, but many whites persist in transferring their fears equal education. Also, at any income level, Negroes pay 10%/
The President, in defendinghis and anxieties onto what they think of as"The Negro." In this, more for rent than whites.

Vietnam policy, said: they have been assisted by the mass media,which has sold

"We take our stand to give these stereotyped images for profit. ((3)) There are four times:! as many black mothers who die in
stability to a world that needs it All of this amounts to a mass psychosis; an irrational set childbirth than whites. The infant mortality rate among Ne

desperately. We rattle no of attitudes which has resulted, as the Commission pointedout groes is three times higher among Negroes than among whites.

sabers. We seek to intimidateno in a movement toward "two societies, one white, one There are almost 2 1/2 million Negro children below the age

man. But neither shall we be black, -- separate and unequal." of 15 who are living in poverty.About 37% of all adult Negroesin

intimidated, and from Ameri- Because of this situation, we need remedial programs to help the society are functionally illiterate The American suburbs

ca's responsibilities, God. white people overcome their prejudice and insecurity.We are 96% white.The twelve largest central cities now contain .

willing -- we shall never need remedial programs to teach policemen that they more than two-thirds of the Negro population outside the

retreat." have to treat Negro citizens the way they do whites. Welfare South, and one-third of the total Negro population in the country

President Johnson described Washington as a city to be en- workers have to learn that poverty is no crime, and people in Every white person in the society has a life expectancy of

dured, not enjoyed. He has asked Congress for governmentaland need don't need to have their dignity trampled by unfeeling 71 years while every Negro's life expectancy is only 1 64 '

social reforms to make the United States Captlal "the na- bureaucracy. 64.1 years. In the meantime, the Negro population is grow-

tion's first city. He calls for better schools, more Jobs, im- Teachers need remedial work to ensure that they learn that ing at a faster rate than any other American group; so that in

proved housing, better police protection, and expanded self- Negro children are as capable, and that they are as likely to the next four years one out of every eight Americans will be

government. achieve as well, as white children. Homeowners have to learn black.
The No. 1 problem in Washington is crime prevention, the facts about the way neighborhoods become more attractiveand
the President said. property values rise when integration occurs. ((4)) Negroes see the police as'their naturalnenemiesnot only
because of the high incidence of police brutality against them
In his State of the Union address in January, he said: Employers need remedial assistance to enable them to shed
but also because in some of our large urban centers there is
"The people recognised that the frontline headquarters prejudices which keep them from hiring Negro workers.Union
against crime is in the home, the church, the city hall and the workers need help to discover Negroes have as much right to a mere handful of Negroesamong'the police. For instance, in
the State force of 1502 is one
there
Michigan police men only
county courthouse and the state house -- notthe far-removed work as they do, and that the best thing for all workers wouldbe
of Negro. In Phoenix, Arizona, there are only 7 Negroes in a police -
National Captial Washington.
massive Job-creating to rebuild the slums.
programs force of '07 men;and in Boston there are only 49 Negroesin

In his reference to housing he said: Changing attitudes isn't easy,but it is far simpler than most a force of 2504 men.
"Surely a nation can go to the moon can place a decent home
people mink When I was in Vietnam last year, I observed the
within ((6) While it is known that of those
the reach of its families. in generally the majority
change attitudes of a young white soldier from Mississippi.He .
killed in the riots are Negroes, it is, once again, the actual
"Therefore we must call together the resources of industryand
had Just arrived in the war zone, and was assigned to a figures that are startling. Of the 83 people killed during the
labor to start building 300,000 housing units for low-in
combat unit. couldn't close to his riots 74 of 1185 of them
He Just get enough Negro were Negroes. And the 1897 injured,
come families next year -- that is three times more than this
sergeant. He kept calling him"Sir"and the embarrassed ser- were Negroes.All .
year. We must make it possible for thousands of families to
geant had to tell him, "Just call me sergeant." But that white
become homeowners rent
not
payers. boy couldn't do enough to show his sergeant that he respectedand of this bears out the conclusions and Justifies the recommendations

As to the nation's health, the President said: admired him. of the Riot Commission. I would state only one

"Better health for our children-all of our children is You see, he knew that this Negro sergeant was a combat- minor disagreement with the conclusion oftheCommission.ltstates

essential if we are to have a better America. toughened veteran of front-line fighting, skilled in the arts of that it is racism that causes riots,not poverty or frus

"Last year, Medicare, Medicaid, and other new programsthat survival. That young soldier was raised to despise and scorn tration. I would put it somewhat differently. It is poverty and

you passed in the Congress brought better health to more Negroes. He had been taught over his short lifetime that Ne- frustration that cause riots, but it is racism that causes poverty

than 25 million Americans. groes were inferior.But and frustration.

American medicinewith the very strong support and cooperation
of public resources-has produced a phenomenal when it came to the test, he made a very simple de-

decline in the death rate from many of the dread diseases. cision. He knew that he could be a live, liberal white boy from Organize Voter RegistrationThree
Mississippi, or a dead, bigoted white boy from Mississippi. So
"But it is a shocking fact that, in saving the lives of babies, he made the only sensible decision possible and
,giving his voter
America ranks 15th among the nations of the world. And feelings of racial up community groups have launched massive
superiority stuck to his black
among children, crippling defects are often discovered too late sergeant like registration drives in an effort to sign thousands of unregis-
glue. Under crisis conditions those"
Ingrained attitudes"become of the
for any corrective action. This is a tragedy that. Americanscan pretty short-lived. tered voters, and we must commend them. The veteran
and Americans should, prevent. three, civic leader Charles Hadley has been active in voter

"I shall, therefore, propose to the Congress a child health This nation has to make that choice too. We can be a living registration drives in past years, and he has done a fine job.

program to provide, over the next 5 years,for families unableto democracy, with equality for all our citizens, or we can become We have no reason to think that 1968 will be an exception. A

afford it- access to health services from prenatal care of a dying dictatorship, using arms to enforce racism and pair of newcomers to Dade's voter registration drives are Bin
the mother through the child's first year. Miles, associate director of the Florida Council on Human

"When we do that you will find it is the best investment we hate.The choice is America's. Relations, and Bernard Dyer executive director of the Lib-

ever made because we willfind these diseases in their infancyand erty City Community Council. Though we believe each group

we will find a cure in a great many instances that we can will contribute substantially to the current drive which got un-
never find derway Monday in 23 special voter registration offices
by overcrowding our hospitals when they are will
grown." throughout Dade County, we can only hope that the groups
I.I PUN PHUNI present a unified front. In our opinion if the three groups
Last Senator Robert
Saturday Kennedy made it definite he would band together in their effort, instead of conducting individual -
was a candidate opposing President Johnson. ,
I drives Dade the voter registration
throughout County
Senator Stephen M. Young of Ohio, who heads a "favoriteson" Hadley,
PIRACY ON THE HIGH SEIZE campaign would be assured of being a success. Mr.
state, said he expected President Johnson to run and be : POP GOES THE BOTTLE section,
: whose Miami
drive will be Northwest
renominated on the first ballot. Sky jacking is in style again primarily in the area,
Attorney General Faircloth let it known that he was supporting and The bottle makers'strike is Mr. Dyer, with his drive in the Liberty City-Model City would
pistol-waving highbindersare and Mr. Dade area
Miles Southwest
in the
President Lyndon Johnson, and so did Senator George putting the concentrating to
Havan-a ball squeeze on the effort
. a high do well to coordinated
citrus merge and threfore present a
Smathers, Favorite Son. ball As yet, no way has been juice industry and mak-
Vice-president Hubert Humphrey says he expects the John- found to stop these skyway men ing things hard for the soft register as many Dade Countians as possible.For .

son-Humphrey ticket to be renominated by the Democrats and from plying their trade. Is this drink producers it looks like those of our readers who are not registered or have

predicts that Robert F. Kennedy and Sen. Eugene J. McCarthywill any way to ruin an airline?You they'll have to ration been taken off the books we urge you to register while the
the
support it. bet it islSUCKER! carbonation books voter registration -
are
open. They will close in the special
.
Ye Editor, always on the Democratic band wagon, is pleasedto BAIT: Some beverage com- offices on March 30. The books will then be open in the I

support our President Johnson for re-electfonandhopes for Fm offering for sale one Ponies, (the dairies, etc.,) who Metro Justice Building, 1351 NW 12th St. until April 6th. TW

his success. steel fishing rod that catches have switched to cartons or special offices are open Tuesday and Thursday nights for those

nothing but rust in my utility metal cans, are in good shape. who work during the day and also 9-5 p.m. on Saturdays. Regardless

The U. S. government has gladdened the hearts of more than room, Yo may not like my In fact, the flow of how busy you are, do not forfeit your opportunity
23,000,000 senior citizens, for their monthly Social Security line, but you'11 be hooked on the ducts of their pro- to vote by failing to register. this year of so many: elections

has increased by at least 13 per cent -- which will come in leader. it's a reel barga in. has picked up speed be- including the presidential election, local commission races I

nicely when visiting the shopping centers or may be when the Just weight until you cast your cause they've eliminated the school board races, senate and house contests and state legislative t

rent is due. eye on it. bottle neck. races wecnnotfall to exercise that right, not privilege I
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NewsCommentary f '.THE" 'CONFESSION' COULDDE OUK FINEST IIOU1U '. k:




*STARK AND UNSETTLING LANGUAGE

By Diaz THAT THE UNITED STATES ISA RACIST

SOCIETY AND THAT THE WHITE MAJORITY

EVERS' LOSS IN MISSISSIPPI MUST BEAR THE BURDEN OF GUILT FORTH kA\,
ELECTION WAS VICTORY
EXPLOSIVE CONDITIONS THAT zr cM


Charles Evers, 45-year-old brother of Medgar Evers, the RESULTEDNRIOTIEGlNTHENEGRO E ,

Mississippi civil rights martyr,was defeated by Charles Griffin ti
PRESIDENTS .
a white candidate, In a special election held in a Missi- ADVISORY THE COMMISStONON NATIONAL '; r o

ssippi Congressional district last week. CN/1.DISORDERSr ti r? V

Nevertheless, Charles Evers is pleased with the results. 1 H

Says Evers, "The mere tact that we were able to get Negroes

involved is a victory for us."

Evers also said that the mere fact that the Negroes were

able to stop the winner from running a racist campaign showsa I't

victory for the Negroes who voted for Evers. Florida Negro 1

voters should ponder this.

The reason for Mr.Evers' elation is the fact that he received .h1Ir- t r l

more Negro votes in that 12-county Congressional district 1

in southwestern Mississippi than there were Negro votes in the

entire state five years ago. 4\\ 3
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Evers was defeated not by Negroes' apathy,but by numbers, + ,a '::

as in that district there were 125,000 white voters and 70,000 ,. COMMISSIONS CIVIL ., l..'
Negro voters. DISORDER REPORT ": "': 'j ; "

In a state-wide election the Negro vote could be the balanceof I 4scY 7/ pAtj.:;

power in Mississippi and in other Southern States, includ- : ; 1?:

ing Florida, provided that Negroes do not split their voting "... ',... .:;. -..: ..... .
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strength too ;, t'. "\ :
much.
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The importance of the Negro vote will be felt in Florida this '::: :"' .}I:':':"" ":'

year in the senatorial and in the Presidential races, becauseof .' '"',:;0'WE'RE ;\.: .'" .. \". '',

the growing numbers of Negroes' votes, according to those ,'fi > .: ; ....
engaged in the business of organizing them.It ,
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is to be hoped that in Florida Negro political leaders will \
ON OUR WAY TOREACHlNGv
not get engaged in scattering the Negro votes and thereby mak-
E THE MOMENT OF TRUTH THE
ing them useless. i FIRST TIME WHITES HAVE SAlCf WE'RERACISTSNOWS

Arkansas is a shining example of what Negroes can do with ,- w THE TIMETQSEEK'

their solidarity in voting for a candidate that means them some COMMON TRUTH.

good. Winthrop Rockefeller won the governorship of that state \ ; fLOYD I"USI

by the strength of the Negro vote when he won it in 1966 by a 1tr. .

45,000-vote margin over his Democratic opponent, Jim John ,. i ,\ \pyz

son, who was, or is still, an arch-segregationist.

President Johnson for ins t a n e his ...................................... ..... .............. ......................
c victory over Barry f.V.V.V.VAV.V.V.V.V.V.W.V.VAW.V.V.V.V.WXV.Wi ;;;; ;;;;;;. ;;;...;...... .................... .............................. .......t::
Goldwater in five of the states of the Southern Regional Council :\:

was brought about by the work of the Voter Education Pro- \i FORMER SPORTS GREAT RAY THORNTON DOING !j I


ject.The project's director, Vernon E. Jordan, had this to say a '{'f i BANG-UP JOB AS CARVER "Y" DIRECTOR i

few days ago, "In 1968 there isn't a state in the South where :}:;: ..

the Negro vote won't be crucial, especially with Wallace of same reason, Ray knocked on their doors, got them out and

Alabama splitting the conservatives." personally solicited the money to pay their membership

Evers did not win in Mississippi last week but this is what FROM WHERE I SITBY Many times digging deep into his own pockets.

he did beautifully. He offered himself mainly to provide the 8 BILL MCBRIDEThey Ray Thornton might be considered a newcomer to Miami,

rallying point around which Negroes could learn the ropes of having come In August of 1961 as instructor and head basket-

effective political organizing and campaigning on a broader ball coach of the then all-Negro Northwestern Center of Mi-

level than the local campaigns in which they had proved them- ami-Dade Junior College. His Northwestern Center team rivaled -
selves relatively successful last year. had come, curious, wanting to know just what,was this the Junior College's Central Center team by becoming ,
(cultural had been invited
they The Carver Branch
Evers also wanted to prove that a coalition of Negro forces program the first of the college's separate teams to produce a 100-
YMCA they knew offered and activities for
is the only hope the Negro has to prove he can mobilize politically games sports point plus game. Then integration came to the college in Au-
(children in the neighborhood but they had never known the "Y"to
and produce an impressive vote for all white politicians gust of 1962, and disillusioned by his appointment assistant
I( offer any cultural activities. They had come to see just whatit
to see and contemplate. basketball coach, despite his demonstration competence for
I was all about. Two hours later delightfully entertained and
the head coaching position, he left the Junior College and began -
I thoroughly satisfied they to their feet to applaud the
JACKIE ROBINSON'S CRITICISM OF WILLE MAYS | sprang teaching and coaching at North Dade High School in Sep-
I group of young performers who had danced, sung,acted, played tember of 1964.

music and given exhibitions, of crafts and of and
This corner thinks it's poor taste for Jackie Robinson to i fencing, judo But for the phasing out of North Dade Senior High, and the
karate .
criticize Willie Mays, last week for not taking part in picketsand subsequent transfer of his players to other schools, Ray's
The time was August, 1966;the place was the Carver YMCA
soap boxes. 1966-67 and 1967-68 basketball team would have been com-
auditorium the audience was the and friends of the
Willie Mays has been hailed by some sports experts as the ;who parents posed of the great Cyril Baptiste 1st team All-City (Curley),
youngsters had participated in the first"Culture
greatest baseball player of all times.Only the great Babe Ruth ThroughPlay" Calvin Patterson, 2nd team All-Citycarol( City), Roy Carter,
Summer in the nation.The
has surpassed his home run hitting.Jackie Robinson, because j been Day camp program programhad 1st team All-City (Carol City),jimmy Harvard, lstteam All-

he was the first Negro to play in a major league, he has been an immediate success. . City 1966-67 (CarolCity) and the fabulous Clifford Snell

placed in the Hall of Fame.
These two athletes are as different in temparament as Bobby ]mis time, but mucn more en- f? .. greatest high school basketball learn ever assembled anywhere -
I thusiastic. This time they knew
Kennedy and George Wallace. .
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what to Their faces
During his baseball playing career we didn't see Jackie Rob- expect. were : When North Dade became a junior high school in 1966, having -
radiant with the of
inson taking part in civil rights battles. On the contrary, he ;(enjoyment.The anticipation I to forsake his first love--coaching, Ray remained as instructor -

thought that then it was not the right time to do so. During of basic science courses. Ironically,"he says,
applause lasted several w-
spring training, in the late 40's and early 50's this writer was "teaching science fulfills the ambition of my public school
minutes. The had end- ..
with Robinson very often.He frequently visited our office. During program years--.to become a scientist." I
w
(ed. Proud of their j
that time the white members of the Dodgers' team were youngsters, Ray was brought up in the rough, tough slums of Jackson-

staying at a plush Miami Beach hotel while Jackie had to be ,the happy auditorium with enjoyment and went, they down-left t ville where opportunity, then and now, was almost negligible.He .

satisfied to stay at the Lord Calvert in the Central Negro District was born in Dawson, Georgia, then moved to Jacksonville
stairs forrefreshmentsandgifts d
But Jackie Robinson never mentioned one word to this | where he attended public school and was graduated from Stan-
of art crafts and ceramics
writer about the racial segregation involved. ton High School in 1948.Being a born athlete, he created where
made by children themselves
Probably that's how Willie Mays feels about discrimination. often there was none, the opportunity to play sports.

He is captain of his team, with a$100,000-a-year salary, and ;!friends. These of the youngsters parents and who Education to him is almost as important as the air he

therefore civil rights demonstrations should be avoided now. j I 1'1 breathes. He holds the Bachelor of Science degree In Health
I had
Like Jackie did then.Willie is saying now, it's the wrong time. _participated .in_the _second I - and Physical Education from Bethune-Cookman College,wherehe
"culture Through Play" sum-
THORNTON gained fame as Bethune's firstAll-Americanfootballplay-
ORCHIDS AND BOUTONNIERS mer Day Camp program in the er, and a Master of Science degree in Health and Safety from
I nation were satisfied that the "new" Carver YMCA was help-
Indiana University. Still, this remarkable man finds time to
ing them their children and their toward better
community a
.
(7 t : continue studying, and is currently engaged in study at Florida
.;
wt'm way of life.Former .
: Atlantic and Florida A&M Universities.
'''. 4i C\ four letter sports great Ray Thornton is the man
He is married to the former RosaWilmontof Norfolk Virginia
10"" 1 behind ,
the dynamic program at the Carver Branch, YMCA. He
J and with their two children, cassandra, 11 and Ray, Jr.,
Is a man of tremendous energy and strength; and for two sum-
; : 7 live at 1470 NW 179th
Terrace.
; .
since his
mers appointment as Program Director at the Car-
k When using the metric system of measurement Ray thorn-
Branch he has the ,
; ver put on highly applauded "Culture
) : ton stands only 5' 10*.But,when using the Big Brothers motto
Through Play" Summer Day Camp program.
.J' ; "No Man Stands So Tall As When He Stoops To Help A Boy,"
a
I J ,.' I I I' : Originally, the position was projected for one summer. But,
stands 12
feet tall.
I his demonstrated competence, skill, imagination and dedica- Ray
I tion him The Carver"Y" is presently the close of its annual mem-
won the permanent program directorship and the high
;:. drive fund and needs In ad-
of bership ( raising) Ray your help.
I praises YMCA and community officials around the nation.
dition to he is for funds to be
One of regular memberships, asking
MR. MILESW the things that he realized when he started with the
MR. PERRY MISS SHANNON used as scholarships for those kids who want and need to par-
Carver Branch is that the community it serves is a multi-eco
ticipate in the "Y" but can't raise the $3.00 mem
program
nomic
J one. Unlike many communities where the economic level
Sr. the Elks potentate, successful businessman -
O.
Perry, bership fee.
a doer in fraternal and social organizations, for his won- j tends to be the same, the Carver Y had the responsibility for

derful, comments the boutonnaire recipients in this column. j drawing in youngsters from overcrowded apartments as well If you have not contributed to this glorious cause, pause a
on
Miss Marian Shannon in the teaching profession, for being :as from private homes. He discovered that the children from minute and think about the man who is in tere hustling lovingly -

elevated to be listed in "Who, Is Who In American Education," j the middleclass families came to the "Y", for the most part, with and for your children. A man who just has a "thing"

and for the active part she plays In her Greek letter organization j on their own. While those from the hard-pressed families about kids, everyone's kids of all ages.

nationally. :stayed away, primarily because they lacked the three dollar Then let your hand go as deep down Into your pocketbookor

William (Bill) Miles, the debonair executive In the Florida I membership; and then too, they felt that they were not wanted. wallet as your conscience will allow it.

Council on Human Relations, for his political astuteness and ]Remembering that he had not been a member of the "Y" in Mail your contribution to The George Washington Carver

civic interest. Jacksonville, where his early life was spent, because of the Branch, YMCA, 5770 NW 15th Avenue, Miami, Florida 33142.





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PRISCILLA REDDINGThe
Tuesday, as all the swallows know was St. Joseph's Day- BY
the day thousands of swallows are said to return to capistrono L -4

Mission from winter vacation in Argentina. Of course, saida
directress of the Junior Red Circle of
mission returned time have Bethel Baptist
spokesman: "They on as they
Sister Ossie Williams and parents of the
every year for 171 years except one time 1935 when they t 1 Church, members of
were three days late." .' + this organization will sell dinners, Saturday, April 16, at 12
Eunice Liberty is a patient at Jackson Memorial Hospital. noon on the church grounds. Donation $1.00. This is in behalf
of Little Miss Vanessa Fleming who is running for the
title
Friends are wishing for her a speedy recovery. of
Connie Sutton, counselor, at Miami Dade, North reason for q ky Miss Junior Red Circle. The menue will consist of Chitter.

being away from her duties, is her mother's illness in Tampa. lings Bar-B-Que Fried Chicken, Collard greens,peas,rice,
Mrs. Jane Davis and daughter,Donna of Nassau were guestsof Potato salad and Cake or Pie.

Mrs. Maude Prescod for two days. The lucky winners of the Lawn of the Month were Mr.
After nine years as an exchange teacher Europe, Ismaye of Harrison Street and
Gelthdet Mrs. J. Gilliam (15056 ). During the
Prescod has returned to Miami settle downand Mom (Maude I I SOtk Wedq ,4lUUufMOlU// April the Lawn of the Month will be selected from area monthof No

Prescod) is all Smiles. consist of all the homes
This area from
Three. Buchanan :
Jerome and Warine Hall entertained friends Sunday, March A host of relatives, close of marriage. st
17, to celebrate their son's (Kelvin) second birthday at their friends, their five children, After spending several days to 102nd Ave.During .

66th Street home grandchildren, and great full of activity, in Miami with the weekend of March 15-17 members under the di-

THE DOGWOOD IN LEGEND AND LITERATURE(a booklet) grandchildren, gathered from their family i Mr. and Mrs. rection of Mrs. Pratt and Mrs. Holton attended a Senior En-

gives a commentary on the revered place of the Dogwood in several states, at the home of Davie returned to their home campment held at Camp Winding Creek Seabrlng! Fla. the
history. The booklet first describes ancient Greek, Roman and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Walker on Bet h un e Volusia Beach girls wish to say that they had a splendid time and they hope
Indian myths centering on the Dogwood. It then considers the to honor Mr. and Mrs. Hider where they have resided for more girls would take an interest in scouting.

Dogwood in modern times,citing the verses of American poets Davie on their golden wedding some twenty years since Mr.
and the affection of so many the flowering tree which has since anniversary, and to wish the Davis retirement.Glamour Miami Killian Senior High baseball team stand with a rec-
become the national symbol of spring. couple many more happy years photo ord of 5 wins and 1 loss.

The Lawrence Higgs celebrated their twnety-fifth (silver) The students and faculty wish to thank the team for their

anniversary with a dinner party. splendid performance thus far and to keep up the good work.
Woman
Dania Tops
Last week end local Links, Gussie Dobbs, Lugusta Colston
and Maude Reid attended Links area meeting in Tallahassee. The schedule for the rest of March goes as follows: Tuesday

Mrs. Athalie Range was there (Tallahassee) also to receivethe All Afro AgentsAgent March 26, South Dade, at Killian, 330pm.: Friday, March 29,

Links' Woman of the Year award congratulation Curley, at Curley, 3:30 p.m. Saturday, March 30,Coral Park
Mrs. Lillie Armstrong, a retired teacher of Daytona Beachis Mary M. Sutton of :' at Coral Park, 2:00 p.m.

in our city visiting her sister, Ruth Rogers. Danla, Fla., a representativeof t.
Friends of Alzelina Pinkney are sending"Get Well Wishes'to the Miami District of the Voters registration drive is now on. You may register at

Mercy Hospital with the hope that she'll soon be well again. Afro-American Life Insur- the Richmond Heights Drugstore,on Monday,Wednesday,Fri-
Get well wishes to Kathleen Basden and Helen Austin at Mt. ance Company, wascitedasthe day, and Saturday from 9 a.m. til 5 p.m. Tuesday, and Thurs-

Sinai; Jeremiah McPhee at home; Officer Gary Ward, who is Company's outstanding day, from 9 a.m. til 9 p.m. Registration books will close on
recuperating at home after surgery; Estelle Brown at home combination Agent of the year March 30th. This is not only for those persons who want to
after surgery at cedars. for her versatile performance re-register because of change of resident. But for those who

The parents of Alzelina Pinkney, Mr. Marion Johnson of during 1967 at the recent Man have not registered before. Make sure you register so that

Tampa and Mrs. Precious Walker of Okahumpta are in Miamito agers Conference and Stockholders you can vote for the coming year.

be at their daughters bedside. meeting held at the L6t:. itlMARY F

YOU ARE INVITED: The Annual Meeting of the James E. home office in Jacksonville,

Scott Community Association, Inc., Tuesday, March 26, at 7 Feb. 21 through 24. Mrs.Sutton ..,..,.. '.... -...... vr ""- "WP. ,
p.m. in the Banyan Room of the Everglades Hotel. Dinner was the recipient of dual .' !" '
$5.00. The Board of Directors of James E. Scott Community honors and was a special banquet ...:.' "
Association and the National Federation of Settlements and guest of Chairman JamesH 'E' DALE TEMPO

Neighborhood Centers are proud to introduce Mr. Archie W. Lewis and President I. H. ::J LAUD
Hardwick, new Director of the James E.Scott Community As- Burney on Thursday and Fri-
sociation, Inc., who will be the featured speaker. His topic is day nights. SUTTON t VI BY TONI SMILEY

"Crossroads To Where?" Agent Sutton earned, for the Louisianna.

Congratulations to Robert Simms, newly appointed directorof second successive year, Her tenure with the Afro-
The Elks Club of Fort Lauderdale will host a weekend of activities -
Dade's Community T ilations Board. membership in the Chair American Life Insurance
beginning Friday, March 22, when the PTA of Sable
men's $1,000 Collection Cluba has been brief but
Company
Palm at 10
School dance which
Elementary a begins
THOUGHT FOR THE MONTH: (Taken from Girl Scout Leader rare accomplishment 0 f outstanding. She was employed sponsor
p.m. on Saturday, March 23 the Class of "58" will sponsor a
Magazine). which 40 achieved
only persons and trained by the former
dance also beginningat 10 p.m.On Monday, March 25, the vet-
out of a total of 225 Agents
; Manager C. J. DaValt, April
erans of Foreign Wars will sponsor a dance beginning at 9 a.m.
WHAT B A GIRL? a member of the President's 5, 1965 at which time she was
Century Club by virture of
to service
assigned $300
She is a person who is going to on what have startedin for
carry you having shown an industrial debit. Her present debitnow Mrs. Gloria Jean Bryant gave a surprise birthday party

this world. debit growth of $141.04, the stands at $679.93 which reflects her husband James Earl who celebrated his birthday Wed-
She is to sit where
going you.u-e sitting and, when you are nesday March 13th.
highest in the system and$70- an average net Increase ,
gone, attend to those things which you thinkare so important.She 922 in
Ordinary Paid-For of better
than
$100 a Mr.
is going to take over your committees,clubs, your PYA's, year. The Hi-Y and attended the Youthin
with average arrears of 60%. B. H. Wimby her Tri-Hi-Y of Dillard High
Manager
your bridge and garden clubs.You may adopt all the policiesyou For having made such an out since April of 1967 has Government Program held March 14 thru March 16 in Tal-
please, but how they are carried out will depend on her. guid-
Kathleen
standing record she lahassee. The members and their counselors Mrs.
was provided ed her and in a large
She is going to marry your son, and she is going to rock the measure,
Wright Mr. John arrived Wednsday
cradles with first class accom- is responsible for her out- Henry Davis and myself
that hold
your grandchildren.She modations from and to Miami standing record. and returned home Sunday. The members attending:were:ca-

your is going nation.to share in the control of your cities, states, and and during her stay in the New Mrs. Sutton is an active therine Woods, Glory Higgs, Linda Wor mack, Mary Singletary,

Bold City of the South.As tangible community worker and Francis Bowens, Bennie Foy, and Willie Sherrod.The .
She is going to have a voice in your churches, your schools, pres-
evidence of her note- ently is enrolled in the Life Underwriter
Girl Scout
activities universities and
corporations.She .
is going to be in charge of your wood s and your forests worthy performance, she was Training Council a winners of the baby contest and Mr. and Miss Ascension
and your natural resources. presented a beautiful engraved Training Course for the Debit are as follows: Baby contest; winner, Kimberly M. Jones,

How she pursues a full and rewarding life depends on the direction plaque and a copy of the President's Underwriter leading towards granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Rogers; first runnerup

she is learning now. Her individual search for happi- Scroll Inaugural which Achievement her the LUTC designation. Eric Robinson, son of Mrs. Edris Robinson. Mr. Ascension

ness will be determined by the set of values she adopts in heads the name Lary Smith; first runner up David Chonn; second runnerup
forming her creeds and her philosophies.All your work is going list. During July BUDS OF SPRING Lambert Brown Miss Ascension,Jenice Bryant; first run

to be Judged, praised, and condemned by her. to 1967 the, National she was Insurance awarded a Con-trip The Buds of Spring are the ner up, Alisba George, daughter" of Rev. and Mrs. Samuel E

Her future Is In your hands, but your reputation and your future vention in New Orleans outstanding ninth grade girls George; second runner up, Lila Chance,daughter of Mrs. Fan-to
are also in her hands.f So-it> is well to pay some attention of the Dade County Schools. nie Chance. The purpose of the project was to raise money

and to give her some of your time. They are selected on the basisof purchase much needed water fountains,paint building and pur-

Margaret EllisCongratulations A44 "Bait Will scholarship,character,and chase new playground equipment. The total to date is $223.00The
service to their school and parents of the children attending Ascension Day Care Center

to Harvey and Dorothy Wallace who cele- community it is sponsored asked me to publicly thank the staff and managementy for

brated their nineteenth wedding anniversary, Tuesday, March 8e A S peaQ.JWtThe >, the Sigma Gamma Rho Soror- a Job well done. Mrs. Althea George,president, Mrs. Susie B.

19.Little ity, which is a national organization Rogers, vice president.The .
Keith R. Tynes thrilled the audience with his melodius of college trained
voice at a recital Sunday, March 17, at the Brownsville Community whole town is in an up> who strive to help women the- Most Supper Club of Pompano had as its weekend show
Center. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Tynes. roar I March 22 is here, and youth of our community boo "The Kim Toliver Revue" featuring lovely Miss Kim Toliver,
everyone has been fighting t I come better Phillip brother of Miss Betty
citizens. Wright, by the way Phillip is the
Dear Readers: make their reservations for For a period of six weeks Wright, who at 14 years of age has had four hit records. The
the swingingest event of the! these girls i engage In Dahl Twins Al & Jackie stole the show with their comical an

Please remember to call in the news before five in the afternoon year. The fat, skinny, the! cultural, recreational rainy, and tics. The weekend of March 22 23, and 24 the management w

on Tuesday. Til be waiting to hear from you. Telephone short, the tall, have all prepared educational activities which Is.the Most is proud to present the Movers of Miami, whose re-
for the Alpha's Ball
,. climbing
691-5978. Have You? terminated by a ball at the Bay cent recording of "I Love You, Baby" is steadily the
Front Park Auditorium popular recording polls around the country. Along with
FORGIVE We may, if we choose, make the worst of one Every lady and gent from 1 I SIsthefou'thyearof Movers will be Mr. Charlie Smith, Karate expert and holderof

another. Everyone has his weak points; every one has his miles and around have been clean this activity it is one of the the black belt. Mr. Smith teaches classes In Judo and Karate -
ing
faults; we may make the worst of these; we may fix your attention fitting their tuck ox most cherished events at the NW Branch
constantly upon these. But we may also make the best gown. Have you? No brag, Jus;!t t year for ninth of the YMCA.
grade
of one another. We may forgive,even as we hope to be for- fact! The Alpha Phi Alpha Ball:l their escorts, girls and of the
will be something unique different -, some of the A speedy recovery to Mrs. Alice Louise DeVeaux,
given. We may put ourselves in the place of others and ask Booker Washington recent
what we should wish to be done to us, and thought of us, were and exciting and yoi I received their letters girls have Miraculous pitcher, who is recuperating at home after
we in their place.By loving whatever is lovable in those aroundus still have time to make it. 1 1 them to participate inviting, surgery.

love will flow back from them to us, and life will becomea you haven't received your invltation others rush home while
pleasure instead of a pain;and earth will become like Heaven or if youare Interested their mail boxes.daily to check The Community Sevice Luncheon is scheduled for Tuesday sear

and we shall become not unworthy followers of Him whose name in getting one,contact Jonathan to the ninth For harDPn., March 26, at 12 noon at Saint lair's Cafeteria, opposite Strumpf
is Love. Thurston: 633-3801 or jess being a "Bud grade girl is Town Fort Lauderdale. The speaker will be Df. I J.
of
Spring" MIC Progress
Brownsville Drugs. obstetrical Consultant for the
Leaves of Gold B y Isabell Fawkes and Family Planning
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,.-'--. TT 3: \ YWCA Spring Fever


Yt Spring Is here again.Leaves The Y-Neighborhood ladies .
I that were once brown are now went on a trip to Lion Country I

i turning green and trees that last Saturday. Everyone had
were bare are in toll blossom, such a wonderful time that we

like the wild orchid trees on think they will be taking more j

k the YWCA grounds.The child trips In the future. Cameras I

ren who patronize our ser- were snapping like the click of

BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING vices are overcome with the castanets. The pictures will
spring fever The HobNobs, a be posted on our bulletin board I
UN E -O-TYPE group of youngsters,who come for all to enjoy.

to the YWCA every school day Coming soon will be the Y-
THE LITTLE RED BOOK The National Forensic
: League's
afternoon had their Saint Pat- Teen Fashion Show.This will
1968 Calendar: featuring students of Carol City senior high
rick Day Mother's night be held to raise for the
on money
n 1 g n 11 g h te d these students-of-speech
through its local Wednesday, Marc h 13. This Georgia, Alabama, Florida
chapter. The months
pre-
sented with their was quite a delightful even- Conference In Miami Beach
representatives include
March : ing, because the kids had this June. We want to send as ,
Phyllis Wilcox . May Clarice
worked so faithfully on pre- many of our girls as possible.Let's .
Parker f
.
September Carrie Clark . .
November t senting a charming programto all pull together and expose .
Joanne Lazier...The lone Ne-
their mothers .Green was the m to this fabulous '
gro 'Prince' is Dennis of the
Gregory
son
the color theme which entailed week at the Hotel Shelborne.
John Henry (Bessie) Dennis' of Opa-locka ,
green punch served with \
. Harlemite Gladys Haynes was down for 4
frosted
cakes.
green cup
the funeral of her mother
Mrs. Beatrice

Burroughs last Thursday. . W. 0 Perry Eta Phi Beta Initiates Friday night, March 15, the THIS IS WHERE THE

Florists added two new Dodge Vans to its floral fleet. "Y" had their yearly Saint JOBMOBILE IS

NOTES ON A NAPKIN:The fabulous Temptationsmale version New MembersDuring Paddy's Dance for the teen

of the darling Supremes) personnel who closed a succes- agers. Al andhisSoul Pleas- Monday, March 25, 7:30
sful Deauville stint last Sunday night(March 17)) boast these the weekend of March Walton Robinson was the ers produced the music that a.m. to 4:30 p.m. S. W. 62nd

names plates for the Inquiring females: Melvin Franklin,Eddie 15, Alpha Gamma Chapter of principal speaker.In could be heard for blocks Ave. and 64th Terrace (NearU

Kendricks, Otis Miles, David Ruffin and Paul Williams . Eta phi Beta Sorority Initiated April Alpha Gamma around. This affair was such a Totem Store.)

Leontyne Price's dad passed . AlberthaDuncombe to Nas- nine new members. Chapter in co-operation with success that this Friday night Tuesday, March 26, 7:30

sau . The Lou Rawlses are expecting . Former heavy- Eta Phi Beta Is a national one of the national aims of the we will have a record hop from a.m. to 4:30 p.m. NW 3rd Ave.

weight champ Ezzard Charles very 111 business and professional sorority will sponsor a Hobo 8 -11 p.m. Non members arc between 17th and 18th St. St.
men's sorority dedicated to Dance at Bayfront Park Audi- Invited. We would like to make Agnes Church.

SALT WATER TAFFY: City of Miami detective KennethKJ) community improvement. The torium, with the proceeds to go this a weekly Friday night Wednesday, March 27, 7:30

Jones,_Joyce Rennie and Lillian lost their dad, Walter Jones initiates presented a marvelous to local and national units for Dance. If you are over the age a.m. to 4:30 p.m. NW 62nd St.

". Charles C.North in his newly acquired '68 Chevvy Impala program on hazing night the aid of retarded children. of 25, we would appreciateyour and 27 Avenue. Stevens Park-

looking for his thefted '64 Comet. Local nite spots for the entertainment of the Eta Phi Beta is dedicated to services as chaperones.Our ing lot.

Jam-packed Saturday night . Look for the White House to sorors. Initiation was held on the growth and uplift of com teenagers are importantto Thursday, March 28, 7:30

get a political house-cleaning job. I believe LBJ is kinda mad Saturday, March 16. munity life. Your support of all of us, let's keep them off a.m. to 4 :30 p.m. 3200 Doug-

at a few 'turn-coats' around him claiming to be his loyal sup- Pictured above are Initiated our efforts is earnestly desir the streets and in wholesome las Road. Coconut Grove.

porters and friends. members; Front row, Sheba ed. Help us to grow so that we atmosphere like the YWCA. If Friday, March 29, 7:30
Martin Elsa Hunt Juanita contribute to the are interested in volun- a.m. to4:30p.m.NW22ndAve.'
THE WEEK'S WASH:Hattie Mae Griffin Is looking for a birth may development you :
Johnson Whitted, Doris pos- of Miami. teering, please call 6342651. and 48th Street.
arrival around March 27 . Rau-ong pix Who was it Herb
Esperti or Headley in your column of March 13? (Don't feel tell Second row: Mary

bad fella the 13th was a hard luck day for me too, what with Thompson, AbigailThompkins -
Helen Trotmin Julia P.
misprints errors and stuff and such). .. Sammy Davis Jr and ,
Smith and Brenda J Freeman
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,
Lennie Bing an item ? ??Alonzo Kelly now 81 in Westchester ,

hospital . Sign on North Miami's County National Bank's
Although the sorority was
marquee; "Hi-0-Silver the LOAN Arranger is Here!"
founded In 1942 in Detroit,

SCRATCH MY BACK: Chris Johnson's wife, Lizzie passed Alpha Gamma Chapter Is rela- starts

Monday ayem at 7:30: in Jackson Memorial. . Mrs Eva Sharp tively new to Miami The West
and grand-daughters, Carolyn and Michelle Sharp off to Atlanta Palm Beach Chapter has of- "

to bury a cousin,Rufus Foster who passed here but was buried fered much Invaluable assis-

there . Mrs Eunice Moss bedded in Cedars of Lebanon . tance to the new group. today!

New York tailor-valet Brenville (Bob) Roberts birthdayed Recently Alpha Gamma

Much: 18 on Harlem's celebrated"Sugar Hill" Buxom and Chapter held an inspiring Can- ,\i ;,

bubbling Daisy Reid depositing her pennies in North Dade's dlelight ceremony at Greater

Central. Bethel Church at which Mrs.

STUFF AND SUCH: In Miami working with the Departmentof
'
Defense is Charles Edward Tatum aboard the United States

Naval Ship "Red Stone" on a special project from Berkley

California . Flying in from New York City for her grand- Famuans :E U :R DIN E 8

mother, Mrs Corrine Wynn's birthday celebration last Tues

day nighttime was Jessie Johnson . Notre Dame Academyand
Miami-Dade Junior College grad, Llona Bethel left for Confer on

her sophomore year at Florida A&M Tuesday.

SWEETS' T: Curvy and lovely Sandra Sawyer, the deliciousand UniversityPhaseout
delectable Washingtonian was a Miami visitor last week

long enough to stand Godmother fortheHolyRedeemer chris-

tening of baby James Carmichael Albury Jr. March 17 Baby

James Is the Infant son of the JamesGeorgeanna) Albury Sr's i

of 221 NW 57th Street. C, C. North and Gilbert Styles were
Godfathers and Fr Maloney of HD administered the Holy Wat- Dr. George W. Gore,presi- TF'j j APR I NG J

ers ..Dapper Bill Miles and his lovely wife too much in love. dent of Florida A&MUniversity -

MIAMI MUSINGS: Dunbar elementary schooleader Nelson' ; Mr. G. W. Conoly, execu-
,
tive secretary of the FAMU
L. Adams on recruiting tour of Tampa, Atlanta and the stateof
Alumni Association and Mr.
Texas talking with seniors In all college cities. . Marie
James Gant president of the
and Tommy Bell will return to Our Town from NYC in early ,
National Association (Famu)
June The former popular Miami couple is expected down to will be leading consultants at SAt. !

a 9 a.m. conference on Satur-
CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS
: day, March 23,at the Roosevelt -

Branch of the First Fed-
super mart. The Drifters at the Castaways Wreck Bar . eral Savings and Loan Asso-
To Arnold, Agnes and Michael Clark, Bill Miles, Dick Slatko
ciation, 6015 NW 7th Avenue.
and John Diaz, for your congratulatory messages on "Pro-
The topic of discussion will
file" -- thank you so much . The Willie and Albertha Ruff
be the probable phase-out of
dinner-party elegant in their Opa-locka swankitchen last Sa- "
Florida A&M University which
.,
turday late proved a social success for new,halfnew and old-
is being
proposed by special
times who flooded the Ruff Roost for the affair. Solid and liquid
committee led by Rep. Robert giant savings on floor
delicacies were abundantly distributed among the frolickers, every '
Graham. .; ,
who assembled to enjoy this twin birthday outing for Willie and
Robert V. Strapp presidentof
North Dade elementary schoolovely Frances Pierce .. For- ,
mer Miamian Tressie Toote-Crowder the California socialite the local FAMU AlumniAs- In every store. A grand round-up
sociation is requesting the
in town sporting a brand new tag -- Mrs Tressie Strickland.
presence of all Famuans In the
The West Coast lovely is houseguesting with sister and
area as all persons interestedin
brotherinlaw the Harry (Varsity Barber Shop) Smiths . the progress of Florida A of values to stock your wardrobe or
That's it brother from who knows
your one-man-newspaper and M University r
everybody and everybody's racket, but who is always giving Inasmuch as Famu has play

some poor sucker a break! ed such a vital role in the edu- furnish
your home..bring the family
cation and cultural develop

ment of our area,It is impera-

tive that Interested persons

MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE thoroughly explore te ramifications bring your credit card, shop 9til 0:30

MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY of Rep.Graham's proposal -

APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. Plan attend this Important every night during the sale

THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE meeting at 900a.m.Saturday,

PATRONIZE THEM! March 23, at the Roosevelt '"
PLEASE
Branch of the, First Federal . (except Sunday) .- :

Savings and Loan Association.Bring . . .
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your friends.


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 22, 1968Mr. ,

I CULMER CENTER NEWS I Georgia Senate Resolution

Honors Otis Redding
i Senior Citizens held participate by asking ques- - -- -
monthly meeting at the tions, to be a part of a very Members of the Georgia welfare of youth and his active
Center on March 13, interesting evening.The State Senate, meeting in At- participation In Vice President -
p.m. Mr. Benjamin Fogel Culmer Center is undertaking lanta last month, unanimously Hubert H. Humphrey's
Social Security Admin- a comprehensivefamily passed a resolution honoringthe "Stay In School" campaignwere
showed a ill on So- multi-service project memory of the state's most also cited in the length
Security with highlights on which is to service the needsof renowned musical native son; resolution.
Rules and Regu- the entire family, from information the late Otis Redding of Macon. The Georgia Senate then,as
." gained as a resultof a body, expressed its condol-
lie n Fortune, Jerome an in-depth investigation,to The Senators praised Red ences to the widow of the"King
and Robert Unter will be the end the concrete evidence ding as one "who rose from of Soul," who died in the crashof
e d Jointly by Douglas may be formulated that wouldbe poverty and obscurity to become his private airplaine in Lake
School and the indicative of the "Cycle of one of the most famous Monona, Wisconsin on December
Center on March 28, poverty" being broken. In the entertainers in the United 10, 1967. The Senate also
: p.m. at Douglas Ele case of individual families States." presented Mrs. Redding witha
School. It is to be re- served. Entire immediate Redding's dedication to the copy of the resolution.
'that these three families of children enrolledin
without fear of their lives the Day Care Program are
4; r to capture an individual eligible.A .
had Just robbed one of our general comprehensivesurvey
It is anticipated that form, encompassing STUDENT SPECIAL
and County officials will general information, medial
history, employment and edu- Bus ID Photos
will be a Legal Forum cation, shall be used by the t
Culmer Center on Neighborhood center staff for
2 For 50
March 28, ata pm the purpose of fact-gathering. ,
panel of lawyers who are According to Arthur King,
in various phases of Culmer Center director, theproject SATURDAY ONLY
There will also be a panel J shall exist for such
up of interesting citi period of time as shall be JOHNSON OF MIAMI
asking questions of these necessary and proper to com-
Dallas, of Cette experts. We are asking pletely service the needs of
NW
Corner 38 St. &
duction of Melanin citizens to come out and the families Involved.
18, and he'll still be Charles North, reporter
been featured as special : 12 Ave.

creator demonstated of these the new, Looking For a Fox? PHONE: 635-4743
and the lines have been .
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Group Seeks Return of WhiteA Students to Integrated School


committee of the Parent- committee AlbertWeln- "We don't know how the refuse to administer a fed-
Teachers Association, Mrs. traub, a lawyer who has been :school board is going to view eral program if they get the
eA Andrew Taylor, chairman, is complaining since last fall that :ill of this, but they can hardmoney," she said.
trying to prevent racial integration the Board's transfer policy
from falling to piecesat leads to "de facto segrega- '
the Coconut Grove Elemen- tion." A '

A tary School. Mrs. Taylor said that Wein-
V BY DAVE BONDU At a meeting last Thursday, *'jIP4t h
traub will that
Mrs. Taylor said her committee propose only 1
I children who already live in
hopes to promote the
The Miami Times did a beautiful Job last week in presentingits school as the kind of place racially mixed Coconut Grove, wr
and those from other ;;
areas
supplement on Progress. I have spoken with many people where people should want to ,
concerning the special and the "other folk" are sticking their send their childrenrevers who are already enrolled
well are doing there, be allowed to attend the ..
chests out and showing their friends how Negroes ing an opposite trend.
in this town. As one gentlemen said, "with better Jobs, "White parents have been school from noon.
salaries and living conditions, being opened and known about, transferring their children to He will also ask that parents
people won't have time to riot. They will have money and can other schools Sunset,Coral who have transferred children
buy the things they need and want like cares and TV sets and Gables and West Lab," she from Coconut Grove to other
schools not be allowed to re-
families themselves..
proper food and clothing for their said.
If this is some kind of movement by the other folk in retalia- Last year we had 60 per enroll them in the Grove--
tion to the black power advocates it won't work, and the black cent white pupils and 40 per kind of reverse psychology to
advance the idea that it's the
power militants will have to find "pastures" to graze in, cent colored, and this year it's "
because Miami does not need them. There is still one other 70 per cent colored and 30per "in school.
factor, however, and that is better housing, better living con- cent white." The committee wants to establish -
takes timeto programs to renovatethe BRUCE BENEBY'S MIAMI JUNKANOOS
It
ditions with reasonable rents. This Is coming. Help in obtaining fed-
move families and make space,but it is being done. We need building, to hire special
eral funds to set up cultural FEATURED AT NIGHT IN NASSAU
teachers for special problemsand
more social activities, recreation areas,and lam happy to get enrichment for Ne-
the children in the poverty areas involved in golf classes. This programs to buy modern teaching Nassau Clyde Killens will present his always popular 17th,
will help them to learn fair play and keep them off the streets. Mrs.' Taylor's integration equipment--with help of U. S. Annaul Night in Nassau, Sunday night, March 31 from 9 untilat
We need more involvment parents where the father can givea committee wants to stop this funds. the Island Club.
little of his precious hard-earnedtimetohis children in trend. It planned to go before "We're after a general up- Cook at home and bring your Bahamian baskets with you.
some form of recreation which would also be good for the parent the Dade School Board Wed- dating of the school based Enjoy the sounds of three bands plus Bruce Beneby and his
to relax once ina while.lam for doing progressive things,, nesday to seek assistance in partly on the idea that this is Miami Junkanoos Butterball M. C.Cash prizes will be awarded -
and against a lot of planning conferences and meetings where several ways, including; a chance to make an integrated for best costumes.
everything under the sun is discussed and nothing done . except gro children of disadvantaged school really work," Mrs.. Admission advance $1.75 at door $2.00.Call the Island Club
talk . and talk is cheap. With the upgrading of Jobs we families Taylor said. 374-1550 and make your reservations.
can do something about clothing for our kids to go to school, A change in the open enrollment -
housing and other problems we have always faced.Let us fine I policy that permits parents -
Jobs for these other drop-outs and graduates . in other I to apply each April for THE VIVACIOUS
words, keep them busy. If the county and city can spend $100- school transfer to take effect KIM TOLLIVERMIAMI'S
000 for a sunnier program,it is better than spending $15 million , the following September.
to have rut mt 'ArI-or stolen or ODertvrecaired or replaced. Working with Mrs.Taylor's OWN
with t'hs1bii1ty of someone getting hUl't-or even losing a MR. PERCOLATORTHE
life. The supplement in the Times is justa fraction of the pro-
gress that has been made by the people of Dade: County. Of
course their space was limited, but we are happy to know that FOX'S DEN 9 PIECE BAND
each week they will feature some of those folk they could not !
get into the special. And,there is still much to be done, not by REGISTRATION BOOKS BILLY WELLS AND THE INVADERS ,r
handouts or chairity, it must be done by beginning of the reali- JACKIE CORBITT, Manager & Host
zation that we have to prepare ourselves. You cannot lean on ARE BEING PURGED.
OPENING MARCH 22 FRI.SAT.SUN.Wanted .
Mr. Charlie as a crutch, you have to stand on your own two
feet, hold your head up with dignity and pride and be able to ARE YOU PROPERLY : Waitresses and barmaids. '

help yourself. When that is accomplished, we will have pro- Musicians (tenors, trumpets, trombones .
gressed. That is when we can all say we are first class citi- REGISTERED ?????
zens. We make ourselves what we are. KIM TOLLIVER

,PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Leotha Hepburn The Fox's Den 642 NW 2nd Ave. 374- 105II


PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Bobby Durden- Dade Co. Rec-

reation Department. I rw-n WORLD i
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VIP OF THE WEEK: Preston Stewart I II FAMOUS

MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Mrs. Alice Wilmore EMERSOTELEVISIO 6000 NW 7th Ave.


QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Our good buddy JackCorbithas PRESENTS ITS : 1 r.
teamed up with song writer Luther Dixon to open the Foxes r
Den at the Mary Elizabeth Hotel. They will have their pre- 1968 1 -
opening this Friday night with Tommy (Human) Hunt and co-
starring Kim Tolliver and Miami's own M:'. Percolator.Billy ,
Wells and his 9-piece band will do the musical honors and But-
terball will emcee. Tables will be free on a first comefirstserve -$ SPRINGREVUE
basis. Their attraction for next week is Inez and Charles 8888 ;
Fox. Flip Wilson told me he wanted to go to Cuba one day,
but not at the point of a gun. . Disc Jockeys Nickie Lee, But- I q
terball, China Valles are poring over meetings with Del t 9a A 1
Shields, Jack Walker and Jockey Jack lining up things for the r" ,.
Convention of the National Association of Radio and Television ! ....,;. .. I'' ; Thursday, Friday. :
Announcers coming August. . King The Tailor called to tell Im Q) @ :
me he had some golf clubs for the kids. If you have some that ----=- -,.- 'or-..:." tA' & SaturdaySTARRING
you are not using, please call mo or Gloria or Shelia at the MODEL 11P50A WITH
Brownsville EOPI Center, 635-8435 and leave your name and
address. I will pick them up. The kids will love them for our PRIVATE LISTENING
summer classes. All donations will be gratefully appreciated EARPHONE
. Jeff Addams and DinoDeRoseTrio doing a fine Job at the TaE "'
Marco Polo. The same goes for Steve Alaimo, Freddie Scott, $5.00
and his band, and Bill Robinson and his Quails at the same lo-
cation .. Watch: what the singing Rage" . Miss Patti Page MARVELS ;
. is going to do in the rock and roll field. She is moving like DOWNCall
flint..George Kilpatrick's wife,Winni, was supposed to write
something for me but she never did. What happened? . I'm
with the man who said, "The Cubans don't really have to hiJack -
a plane to go home .. just say so and they will send you. 751-5629 SPECIAL "HOMECOMING SHOW" FOR THE MARVELS THURS-
Some Cubans are homesick, and you can understand that thereis DAY NIGHT. ALL PERSONS FROM BROWARD COUNTY AND PALM
no place like home where friends and family are, but I guessin NO CREDIT
their case there is no place like home, and that is why they REQUIRED BEACH ADMITTED HALF PRICE. THURSDAY NIGHT ONLY.

are here for the time being. .. Congratulations to Robert Simon ms: ALSO FEATURING
his promotion as head of the Community Relations Board
. Don't forget Clyde Killens and his night in Nassau at the Minnie Lee Turner in living color
Island Club,Sunday night March 31.Tickets are going like mad ALSO: performing "April I in Paris"
better get yours now . .THATIS IT FOR THIS WEEK. TILL FURNITURE
, EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF c. PLUS
THE NEXT ONE, LIVE LIFE APPLIANCES
IT. PEACEI wdrs THE HARMONICA KING
.. STEREOSW.T.
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FRANK WILLIAM'S

MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE WELLS : Mighty Rocketeers

MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY COMPANY

APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. SHOWS 12:30 & 2:30:
45 N. W. 54th Street Matinee 6:00: p. m. Adm. $1 before 8 p. m.
THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. Miami Florida 33127 Minnie Lee Turner
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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 22, 1968
Georgia Senate Resolution

I CULMER CENTER NEWS I
Otis Redding
v Honors.
The Senior Citizens held I participate by asking ques- -- -
their monthly meeting at the i t tions, to be a part of a very Members of the Georgia welfare of youth and his active
Culmer Center on March 13,, interesting evening. State Senate, meeting in Atlanta participation In vice Presi-
at 2 p.m. Mr. Benjamin Fogel 1 The Culmer Center Is Undertaking last month, unanimously dent Hubert H. Humphrey's:
of the Social Security Administration comprehensive passed a resolution honoringthe "Stay In School" campaign
of the state's most were also cited in the
showed a fil on Social family multl-service project memory length
Security with highlights on which is to service the needsof renowned musical native son; resolution.
"Changing Rules and Regulations the entire family, from information the late Otis Redding of Macon. The Georgia Senate then,as
." gained as .a resultof a body, expressed its condolences -
Allen Fortune, Jerome an in-depth investigation,to The Senators praised Redding to the widow of the"King
Carr, and Robert Unter will be the end the concrete evidence as one "who rose from of Soul," who died in the crash
r'F- a' honored Jointly by Douglas may be formulated that wouldbe poverty and obscurity to become of his private airplaine in Lake
Elementary School and the Indicative of the "Cycle of one of the most famous Monona, Wisconsin on Dace m.
!. Culmer Center on March 28, poverty" being broken. In the entertainers In the United ber 10, 1967. The Senate also
at 230; p.m. at Douglas Ele- case of Individual families States." presented Mrs. Redding witha
? : mentary School. It is to be remembered served. Entire immediate Redding's dedication to the copy of the resolution.
r : _: __ h that these three families of children enrolledIn
1fi boys without fear of their lives the Day Care Program are
> helped to capture an individualwho eligible.A .
n had Just robbed one of our general comprehensivesurvey
citizens. It is anticipated that form, encompassing STUDENT SPECIAL
1 !Yi City and County officials will general information, medtal:
x participate. history, employment and education Bus ID Photos
There will be a Legal Forumat shall be used by the i
the Culmer Center on Neighborhood center staff for
2 For 50
Thursday, March 28, at 8 p.m. the purpose of fact-gathering. *
:1- by a panel of lawyers who are According to Arthur King,
experts in various phases of Culmer Center director, theproject SATURDAY ONLY
law. There will also be a panel J shall exist for such
made up of interesting citizens period of time as shall be JOHNSON OF MIAMI
asking questions of these necessary and proper to completely

I Mr. Dallas, of Cette Rosette, turns his talents to the introduction legal experts. We are askingall service the needs of Corner NW 38 St. &
the families
citizens Involved.
of Melanin Make-up at Burdhes Since Monday,March to come out and
18. and he'll still be there thru Saturday. March 23. he has Charles North, reporter .
been featured as special make-up artist: for Flori Roberts, 12 Ave. .
creator of these new, never-before cosmetics. He personally '
demonstated the of Looking For a Fox?
productions on women every complexionand PHONE: 635-4743 I
the lines have been forming since he got there.
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Opening Friday .i'!:
He was assisted by Miss Shirley Burkes, cosmetic consul-
tant for the company, who will be at your beauty service full- March 22
time in Burdine's Miami store. Do stop by the Flori Roberts
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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, March 22, 1968 9


Group Seeks Return of WhiteA Students to Integrated School"We I


committee of the Parent- committee is AlbertWein- don't know how the ly refuse to administer a fed-
Teachers Association, Mrs. traub, a lawyer who has been school board is going to view eral program if they get the YI;

Andrew Taylor, chairman, Is complaining since last Call that ill of this, but they can hard- money," she said.
trying to prevent racial integration the Board's transfer policy i ic I

from falling to piecesat leads to "de facto segregation -
the Coconut Grove Elemen- ."

11 l1Lv tary School. Mrs. Taylor said that Wein- I I
BONDU At a meeting last Thursday
BY DAVE
traub will that
Mrs. Taylor said her committee propose only
children who already live in
hopes to promote the
The Miami Times did beautiful Job last week in presenting school as the kind of place racially mixed Coconut Grove, K
its supplement on Progress. I have spoken with many people where people should want to and those from other areas
concerning the special and the "other folk"are sticking their send their children-- revers- who are already enrolled I
be allowed to attend the
chests out and showing their friends how well Negroes are do- ing an opposite trend. there,
ing in this tow As one gentlemen said, "with better Jobs, "White parents have been school from noon. I
He will also ask that parents
salaries and living conditions, being opened and known about, transferring their children to
people won't have time to riot. They will have money and can other schools ..Sunset,Coral who have transferred children
buy the things they need and want like cares and TV sets and Gables and West Lab," she from Coconut Grove to other
schools not be allowed to re-
families and themselves.
proper food and clothing for their said.
If this is some kind of movement by the other folk in retalia- "Last year we had 60 per enroll them in the Grovea I d
tion to the black power advocates it won't work, and the black cent white pupils and 40 per kind of reverse psychology to I
in advance the idea that it's the
power militants will havetofindotherupastures" to graze cent colored, and this year it's "
because Miami does not need them. There is still one other 70 per cent colored and 30 per "in school. I
factor, however, and that is better housing, better living con- cent white." The committee wants to establish -
takes time programs to renovatethe BRUCE BENEBY'S MIAMI JUNKANOOS
ditions with reasonable rents. This is coming. It Help in obtaining fed-
to move families and make space,but it is being done. We need eral funds to set up cultural building, to hire special: FEATURED AT NIGHT IN NASSAU
teachers for special problems
more social activities, recreation areas,and lam happy to get enrichment for Ne-
the children in the poverty areas involved in golf classes. This programs and to buy modern teaching Nassau Clyde Killens will present his always popular 17th-
will help them to learn fair play and keep them off the streets.We M r s., Taylor's integration equipment--with help of U. S. Annaul Night in Nassau, Sunday night, March 31 from 9 until
committee wants to stop this funds. at the Island Club.
need more involvment parents where the father can givea
little of his pre cia u s hard-earned t i meta his children in trend. it planned to go before "We're after a general updating Cook at home and bring your Bahamian baskets with you.
the Dade School Board Wed- of the school based the sounds of three bands and his
some form of recreation which would also be good for the par- Enjoy plus Bruce Beneby
ent to relax once in a while.lam for doing progressive things, nesday to seek assistance in partly on the idea that this is Miami Junkanoos. Butterball M.C.Cash prizes will be awarded -
several ways, including a chance to make an integrated -
and against a lot of planning conferences and meetings where : for best costumes.
everything under the sun is discussed and nothing done . except gro children of disadvantaged school really work," Mrs.. Admission advance $1.75 at door $2.00.Call the Island Club

talk . and talk is cheap. With the upgrading of Jobs we families. Taylor said. 374-1550 and make your reservations.
can do somethlne hnlltt'lnthiru'forOur. kids to go to school in., A change: in the open enroll
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housing and other) problems we have always faced.Let us find ment policy that permits par-
Jobs for these other drop-outs and graduates . in other ents to apply each April for THE VIVACIOUS

words, keep them busy. If the county and city can spend $100- school transfer to take effect KIM TOLLIVERMIAMI'S
000 for a summer program,it is better than spending $15 million the following September.
to have damaged stolen property repaired or replaced, Working with Mrs.Taylor's OWN

with the possibility of someone getting hurt or even losing a MR. PERCOLATORTHE
life. The supplement in the Times is Just a fraction of the pro-
gress that has been made by the people of Dade County. Of

course their space was limited, but we are happy to know that FOX'S DEN 9 PIECE BAND ;"
each week they will feature some of those folk they could not
get into the special. And,there is still much to be done, not by REGISTRATION BOOKS BILLY WELLS AND THE INVADERS p,

handouts or chairity, it must be done beginning of the reali- JACKIE CORBITT, Manager & Host
have to ourselves. You cannot lean on PURGED.
zation that we prepare ARE BEING
OPENING MARCH 22 FRI.SAT.SUN.Wanted
.
Mr. Charlie as a crutch, you have to stand on your own two
feet, hold your head up with dignity and pride and be able to ARE YOU PROPERLY : Waitresses and barmaids.

help yourself. When that is accomplished, we will have pro- Musicians (tenors, trumpets, trombones
gressed. That is when we can all say we are first class citizens REGIS TERED ?????
We make ourselves what we are. KIM TOLLIVER :

The Fox's Den 642 NW 2nd '
Ave. 374-8105
..PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Leotha Hepburn ,

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PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Bobby Durden- Dade Co. Rec- I

reation Department I NEW WORLD CONTINENTAL

VIP OF THE WEEK: Preston Stewart FAMOUS


MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Mrs. Alice Wilmore EMERSON 6000 NW 7th Ave. ;


QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Our good buddy JackCorbithas TELEVISION PRESENTS ITS .
teamed up with song writer Luther Dixon to open the Foxes r'

Den at the Mary Elizabeth Hotel. They will have their pre- 1968 H Hi I
opening this Friday night with Tommy(Human) Hunt and co- h
:
starring Kim Tolliver and Miami's own Percolator..Billy
I '
Wells and his 9-piece band will do the musical honors and But-
terball will emcee. Tables will be free on a first comefirstserve I SPRING 'I i
basis. Their attraction for next week is Inez and Charles ,
Fox. Flip Wilson told me he wanted to go to Cuba one day, '
but not at the point of a gun. . Disc Jockeys Nickie Lee, But- REVUE T% !:
terball, China Valles are poring over meetings with Del
Shields, Jack Walker and Jockey Jack lining up things for the / "r :
Thursday
I Friday
Convention of the National Association of Radio and Television !

Announcers coming August. . King The Tailor called to tell = t=s p I & :
me he had some golf clubs for the kids. If you have some that r w SaturdaySTARRING

you are not using, please call mo or Gloria or Shelia at the MODEL 11P50A WITH
Brownsville EOPI Center, 635-8435 and leave your name and
address. I will pick them up. The kids will love them for our PRIVATE LISTENING
summer classes. All donations will be gratefully appreciated EARPHONE

. Jeff Addams and DinoDeRoseTrio doing a fine Job at the THE .;. .
Marco Polo. The same gees for Steve Alaimo, Freddie Scott, $5.00
and his band, and Bill Robinson and his Quails at the same lo

cation .. Watch what the singing Rage" . Miss patti Page MARVELSSPECIAL
. is going to do in the rock and roll field. She is moving like DOWNCall
flint ...George Kilpatrick's wife,Winnl,WAS supposed to write I
something for me but she never did. What happened? . Fm
with the man who said, "The Cubans don't really have to hijack -
a plane to go home . Just say so and they will send you. 7515629NO "HOMECOMING SHOW" FOR THE MARVELS THURS-

Some Cubans are homesick, and you can understand that there, DAY NIGHT. ALL PERSONS FROM BROWARD COUNTY AND PALM
is no place like home where friends and family are, but I guessin CREDIT
their case there is no place like home, and that is why they REQUIRED BEACH ADMITTED HALF PRICE. THURSDAY NIGHT ONLY.

are here for the time being... Congratulations to Robert Simms ALSO
FEATURING
on his promotion as head of the Community Relations Board .
. Don't forget Clyde Killens and his night in Nassau at the Minnie Lee Turner in living color

Island Club,Sunday night March 31.Tickets are going like mad ALSO: performing "April in Paris"
better get yours now . .THAT IS IT FOR THIS WEEK. TILL FURNITURE r '
THE NEXT ONE, LIVE LIFE EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF APPLIANCES PLUS

IT. PEACE! THE HARMONICA KING 4
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MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE WELLS i Mighty RocketeersSHOWS

MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY COMPANY

BUSINESS WITH YOU. 12:30 & 2:30
APPRECIATE DOING
45 N. W. 54th Street
Matinee 6:00 p. m. Adm. $1 before 8 p. m.Minnie .
THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. Miami, Florida 33127 Lee Turner Bobby Marifcar| M. c. Vanilla WJlIJOIIIS,|, D. J. :
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 22. 1968

"Psychedelic Mood" of The : .

BY
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Whoever said that you can't
please everybody, .evidently ,
had not heard of Delta's Annual Sf ( MR. WALTERS
Jabberwock,this year's"
Jabberwock theme: "Psyche- k
delic Moods" in three phases,
andl promise you, this show 6011 NW 7th Ave.
has something for everyone.For .:

those of you who enjoy >: -<& ACROSS FROM THE CONTINENTAL CLUBs *\$
the quieter more sedate typeof 1

Phase entertainment I the semiclassicalmood there Is $ FOURTH ANNIVERSARY SALE
featuring the many 1 :
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delic mood show without the .
good soul sisters and borthers Secretary President Head Stylist I

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liams. "Silky" by the way has .:: Walters) are proud to ::
announce to
Just completed an engagementat I : our many customers and friends :.::. fj
the Hilton Plaza. There's a .:'" that we are now incorporated. This makes us the biggest ':.' n
operation :::
great deal more excitement in :: ':. WI
store for you but I can't pos- .' rpfrss I !i into one building. To us, :::. fo
sibly begin to describe all the ::.: ; lower over-h ea d: :'::: cr-WI
treats Included in this unique :: :.: or
"Psychedelic trip." :tlglii] $$ :: Yes ::: an
:.:: prices. prtrssas-x-Bi ::: th
.4 g$3\ SCA f# ::::: Humor, Half, ::: ur
FALLS, etc. at below whole- ::: f
This show Is being coordinated :
:;: sale Prices. ::: bl
by Mrs. Mildred Jones ::: o.
and Mrs. Dorothy Sawyer,and ::: Ia7sm possible by : 51
dVhiS patronizing :
us
faithfully throughout :: SI
produced by Mr.Richard Stra- fe ::: the ,'.
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Local Action Should Support Crash Voter Registration '. I




Civil Disorders Report"The I Drive In South Dade I I'I


The crash voter registration in the drives. the areas will really accomplish :
people back home in Responding to question changes. One of them he said, drive will run from this There may be 20,000 peoplein the Job, as they Join us.
the districts .. will have to about the size and power of the "is the devotion of an increasing week until April Sin three these areas who can regis- Only a'grass roots movementcan
be motivated toward impressing black power or black nation number of them . .to ex. areas' of south Dade County and ter, according to Mr Miles.. register thousands of peo
: upon their Representative alist movement, Mr. Wilkinsdid cellence, to achievement, to in the Model ClUes area of "The success of thedrlv s ple." :
the necessity of doing some not discount the significance measuring up." Liberty City. For these four will depend on how much the Anyone needing a ride to a
thing" about the report of the of the movement.He did Mr. Newman remarked that weeks the voter registration people living in these neigh registration office and back,
National Advisory Commission question their numerical the NAACP is accused at times offices are open Tuesday and borhoods become involved" or interested helping,
on Civil Disorders, Roy strength. of being too dependent on white Thursday nights until 9 and all he said. "The sponsoring organizations vited to call the most convenient
Wilkins said Sunday, March "Somebody made a loose support, particularly financial day Saturday ( 9 to 5)) as well can get things of the following numbers;
17, on the Edwin Newman estimate the other day' Mr. support. Mr. Wilkins denied as 9 to 5 every week day. For started on a small scale by Liberty City, 693-1995; Coral
show, "Speaking Freely." Wilkins s a i d, "that of the actual this to be a fact. the two weeks of March 18. 30, handing out leaflets and pro- Gables Coconut Grove, 661-

During an hour-long, unre- black militants, the black The NAACP operating bud- local offices will be opened on viding transportation to and 5598; Richmond Heights, 238-
hearsed interview over nationalists but not Black get for 1967 was $1,460,000, the same 6 day 2 evening basis. from the registration offices, 3540 or 238-8725; per r Ine
WNBC-TV, the NAACP Executive Muslims, they have to be regarded the executive director stated.Of Associate I Director Bill but interested people living in 238-5151 or 235-0004.
Director discussed the separately-there this, $1,120,000 came from Miles of the Florida Councilon
implementation of the Com can't be more than 5,000 of membership. "And our membership Human Relations will coordinate -
mission Report, Black Power them in the entire United is 90 to 95 per cent Ne- the four projects.The
activists, and riots. States." But he acknowledgedthat gro." He said that the NAACP Liberty City Community
a lot of people are Emo-- had used its money to back Council, directed by Mr.Ber-
Mr. Wilkins condemned violence tionally committed to that sort stop the young people who par- nard Dyer, will sponsor the
The persons who used of thing." ticipated in the sit-ins of the drive in the Liberty City

Molotov cocktails, he said, The extremists, Mr. Wilkins early Sixties. Of those arrested Model Cities area, with the '
"probably branded a whole felt, "are youngsters who 70 per cent were NAACP Council's Welfare Delegation,
Negro race as arsonists or as really don't know much about young people. headed by Mr. Sam Moncur,
rioters or as people who don't their own race." He cited the About the Commission Re- directing the drive.
want to abide by the law. long history of the efforts of port, Mr.Wilkins said,"It was The Florida Council on Human I I

"I don't know if they accomplished Negroes to achieve full citizenship designed, first of all, to shock Relations with Mrs. -Y
so much that way. and commented that the merlcan public,white and Peter LuykxNancy( )as chairman
Sometimes the long way not many of the activists are black, into a realization of the of its Voter Registration

around is the shortest way aware that any Negro did anything seriousness of the problem Committee, is sponsoring the \
home" But, the NAACP director before they came along. before us and second to lay a drive in the Coconut Grove -
warned that "we will Asked whether he had been blueprint, not as a reward for Coral Gables area.

have violence if we don't make able to see a change in the attitude rioting and violence, but as a The National Council of Negro ,MY
these basic changes we've of young Negro people way of achieving what the Women South is organizingthe
been talking about in all the re generally, Mr. Wilkins said Fourth of July orators call the drive in the Richmond
of Bill Miles, (center) Associate Director Florida Council
life.
American
ports." there had been a number of way Heights Howard Drive area.
Human Relations and Coordinator of Crash Registration Pro-
under the chairmanship of
ject in South Dade,and Mrs. Peter Luykxleft) chairman com
Mrs. James Parris (Johnnie).
mittee Voter Registration and Education,are shown with some
The South Dade Political
Jamaica Government Protests Rough Action League will be workingin of the people who werebroughttoCoralGables City Hall to be
the Perrine Homesteadarea registered to vote for the first time. Transportation is fur-
nished free by the project. Call 661-5598.
under the direction of the
Treatment of Farm laborersFlorida Rev. Thomas Monroe.
'
Several local organizations, OUR CLASSIFIED ADS
such as the Coconut Grove and ,
police action was some of the 400 laborers halt in the strongest possible ,1
said he told the chief the Perrine EOPI Offices and
terms. He
"precipitate and harsh" in ed work as a protest against
liaison officer to obtain legal the Coconut Grove Neighborhood IRING RESULTS
dealing with Jamaican labor what they called unfair wages,
Youth Council,will assist
advice whether there was
ers in a dispute last January, police were called.
declared Prime Minister Hugh cause for legal action in the
Shearer. Those who were Jailed were case of the men arrested.It .
Police riot squads arrested set free to return to Jamaica was explains d later that "
52 sugar cane cutters Jan. 2 the trouble resulted from a Its New Its Convenient ,
near Pahokee and sent 80 Prime Minister Shearer dispute over differences as to I
others to Miami by bus to be told the Jamaica House of Rep- the number of rows the men (I
deported to their home in Ja resentatives in Kingston that were to cut in the cane field.
maica. he had ordered diplomatic Some 9,000 off..shoreworkers :
'TO SERVE
After a demonstration by representation to Washington remained in the fields.

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I Family Planning Clinic in New LocationBeginning MOllt YOU i

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March 25 the ing in the county each week.Co Street; telephone 666-2538. :
Dade County Health Department's Tuesday night clinic is in the Thursday night's clinic is held MITCHE LL'S
Monday night family North Miami Center at 14101 in the South Dade Center at
planning clinic will be held ata NW 8th Avenue;telephone 681- 9879 East Fern Street, Per
new location. patients who 7453. Wednesday night there rine; telephone 2387933.
have been attending night are two clinics. One is in the All these clinics operate I,
clinic at the 62nd Street Center Downtown Center at 1350 NW from 6 to 8 p.m.and offer ser
; 274 'NW 62 Street should 14 Street; telephone 374-7702 vices free of charge. Call the COIN LAUNDRY :

now go to the 46th StreetCenter and another Is in the South Miami center nearest you for more
; 2987 N W 46th Street for Center at 5798 SW 68th inform'ltion.Jack's .
family planning services and

supplies. Registration for this 6305 NW 24th Ave.
clinic will be from 6 to 8pm. ,

on Mondays.For appointments "
MEN'S WEARSEE :
contact the 46th Street Center;
telephone 6331441. .. '
There are four other night "MR. JACK" II I lmm ( BRAND NEW

family planning clinics operat- FOR

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The -Very Latest in Men's Fashions ?flb
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"Psychedelic Mood" of The :

:,' Delta Jabberwockv TWIGS BY


,t: Whoever said that you can't
please everybody, .evidently ,
\ had not heard of Delta's Annual MR. WALTERS
I Jabberwock,this year's.
Jabberwock theme: "Psyche
I delic Moods" In three phases,
and promise you, this show 6011 HW 7th Ave" 'o
has something for everyone.For %
THE CONTINENTAL CLUB "\
FROM
those of you who enjoy ACROSS
the quieter more sedate typeof /
entertainment there Is
Phase I the semiclassicalmood
o' .' FOURTH ANNIVERSARY SALE
yrk. .f b
featuring the many l a a ro
talented Shootes family and the
expert dancing of Susan Sims
(contemporary), Patricia
Campbell (ballet),, Esther 100% Human Hair $595
Brinson (creative). All three WIGLETS

dents of these in the young Miami ladies area.are stu- S ,4T .:.,:.:.:.:.:.:.:.."......:............'...'..................................................Reg..............$29.95...................Value.......................................................

ay Human Hair
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For enjoymentbeatthe Admission is $1.25 for adults ....:..............:......:..............................................................................................................................................
Northwestern Senior High and 75$ for children Tickets
School, March 30, at 7:30p.m.: are on sale at the door. FALLS 100% Human Hair $ 2595

Reg. $89 to $119.00 ValueSTYLING

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n The Jazzy mood with the
scintillating musical rendi- HARVEY'S PROFESSIONALSWHOLESALE
tions of the Richard Strachan
Trio and the soulful saxophone
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has thrilled many on the jazz
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and is currently appearing at HELD OVER
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there more to this fan-
tastic mixture? Indeed sol!You
don't expect to see a psyche- ANN MR. WALTERS ALICE
delic mood show without the
good soul sisters and borthers Secretary President Head Stylist

being course represented, not -- so Phase do you DbaI? Of I! Z..b..:....:.:......:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:..:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:...:..:..:.:..:..:.:.... ..........................................................:.
gins the soul mood the open- I
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ing number will be "Boog-a- ;: INCORPORATED ON OUR 4th ANNIVERSARY AND :;
looing special by Ruby Price's EC .
Soul Singers of Central High. WE THANK YOU"
This is' followed by the soul- I
tingling torch songs of Janet :
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King and "Silky" Williams We at Mr. Walters Productions I Inc. (formerly Wigs by Mr. ::.:
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"Silky" by the way has
: Walters)
:;: are proud to announce to :
Just completed an engagementat : our many customers and friends :;::
the Hilton Plaza. There's a :: that we are'incorporated. This :::
:' makes the
: us biggest :
operation ::
great deal more excitement in of .
:: this sort in the South, consolidated ':
store for you but I can't pos- .: this lower I into one building. To us, ::.:
sibly begin to describe all the :.:: means over-head; much, much lower ove r-h ea d. '::::
treats Included in this unique :.: lo you the customer this! :.:
means
"Psychedelic : tt' direct buying-factory toyou :::
trip.
prices. Yes
::: now we offer to the
Human Hair general public top quality 100% 1 1
goods.
This show is being coordinated Ij :: sale prices.'. WITS; WlbLETS, FALLS, etc. at below whole- :::
by Mrs. Mildred Jones 1 1
and Mrs. Dorothy Sawyer,and You make this possible' by patronizing us faithfully throughout ::1
produced by Mr.Richard Stra- .& jThref; Mn ,:.! the years and by recommending ,'.
to
chan of-the Richard Strachan You your friends across the nation :::
didn't ,,
::: have to do these :

Trio.fFranc 'i 'ThomaS jab- 'Jempleadd.. : PRQ rEMP>,ER.J; $']' '50_;, &.1'..'V.VAV...:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.....................................:..........things.....'...........,...but.........you...........did...I.....,...and..........we.........Thank;.......;.;.....;.You........;.!..;.;....:':

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Local Action Should Support Crash Voter Registration ; . I It

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Civil Disorders Report"The I Drive 'n South Dade I 'I


The crash voter registration in the drives. the areas will really accomplish
people back home In Responding to question changes. One of them he said, drive will run from this There may be 20,000 people the. Job,. as they Join us.
the districts .. will have to about the size and power of the "Is the devotion of an increas- week until April '6 in three in these areas who can regis- Only a'grass roots movementcan t

be motivated toward impressIng .black power or black nationalist ing number of them .to excellence areas of south Dade County and ter, according to Mr. Miles. register thousands of people. f

: upon their Representativethe movement, Mr. Wilkinsdid to achievement, to in the Model Cities area of "The success of the drives ." :
necessity of doing some- not discount the significance measuring up." Liberty City. For these four will depend on how much the Anyone needing a ride to a
thing" about the report of the of the movement.He did Mr. Newman remarked that weeks the voter registration people living in these neigh registration office and back,

National Advisory Commis- question their numerical the NAACP is accused times offices are open Tuesday and borhoods become involved," or interested in helping

sion on Civil Disorders, Roy strength. of being too dependent on white Thursday nights until 9 and all he said. "The sponsoring organizations vited to call the most convenient -

Wilkins said Sunday, March "Somebody made a loose support, particularly financial day Saturday ( 9 to 5)) as wellas can get things of the following numbers;
17, on the Edwin Newman estimate the other day," Mr. support. Mr. Wilkins denied 9 to 5 every week day. For started on a small scale by Liberty City, 693-1995; Coral
show, "Speaking Freely." Wilkins said, "that of the actual this to be a fact. the two weeks of March 18- 30, handing out leaflets and providing Gables Coconut Grove, 661-
black militants the black The NAACP operating bud- local offices will be 5598 Richmond 238-
During an hour-long, unrehearsed opened on transportation to and ; Heights, ;
Interview over nationalistsbut not Black get for 1967 was $1,460,000, the same 6 day 2 evening basis. from the registration offices, 3540 or 238-8725; Perrine

WNBC-TV, the NAACP Exe- Muslims, they have to be regarded the executive director stated.Of Associate Director Bill but interested people living in 238-5151 or 235-0004.
cutive Director discussed the separatelytherecan't this, $1,120,000 came from Miles of the Florida Councilon
implementation of the Com. be more than 5,000 of membership. "And our membership Human Relations will co- t

mission Report, Black Power them in the entire United is 90 to 95 per cent Ne- ordinate the four projects.The
activists, and riots. States." But he acknowledged gro." He said that the NAACP Liberty City Community
that a lot of people are"Emotionally had used its money to back- Council, directed by Mr.Ber- 1 rfI
Mr. Wilkins condemned vio committed to that sort stop the young people who par- nard Dyer, will sponsor the
lence. The persons who used of thing." ticipated in the sit-ins of the drive in the Liberty City ,
Molotov cocktails, he said, early Sixties. of those arrested -
The extremists, Mr. Wil- Model Cities area, with the
"probably branded a whole kins felt, "are youngsters who 70( per cent were NAACP Council's Welfare Delegation,
Negro race as arsonists or as really don't know much about young people. headed by Mr. Sam Moncur, "
rioters or as people who don't their own race." He cited the About the Commission Re- directing the drive.

want to abide by the law." long history of the efforts of port, Mr.Wilkins said,"It was The Florida Council on Hu-

"I don't know if they accomplished Negroes to achieve full citi- designed, first of all, to shod man Relations with Mrs. f t r.r 4. ri I
so much that way. zenship and commented that the American public,white and I Peter LuykxNancy( )as chairman -
Sometimes the long way not many of the activists are black, into a realization of the i of its Voter Registration

around is the shortest way aware that any Negro did any- seriousness of the problem Committee, is sponsoring the
home." But, the NAACP director thing before they came along. before us and second to lay a,. drive in the Coconut Grove -
warned that "we will Asked whether he had been blueprint, not as a reward for Coral Gables area.
"
have violence if we don't make able to see a change in the attitude rioting and violence, but as away The National Council ofNe- "
these basic i changes we've of young Negro people of achieving what the I gro Women South Is organizing I

been talkingabout in all the re,, generally, Mr. Wilkins said Fourth of July orators call the t the drive in the Richmond
Bill Miles (center) Associate Director Florida Council
ports." there had been a number of, American way of life Heights Howard Drive area, ,
Human Relations and Coordinator of Crash Registration Pro-
under the chairmanship of
ject in South Dade,and Mrs.peter Luykxleft( ) chairman com-
Mrs. James Parris (Johnnie).
mittee Voter Registration and Education,are shown with some
The South Dade Political
Jamaica Government Protests Rough Action League will be workingin of the people who were brought to Coral Gables City Hall to be
registered to vote for the first time. Transportation is fur-
the Perrine Homesteadarea
nished free by the project. Call 6615598.
under the direction of the
Treatment of farm LaborersFlorida Rev. Thomas Monroe.

Several local organizations, OUR CLASSIFIED ADS '
such as the Coconut Grove and
police action was some of the 400 laborers halt- in the strongest possible 'I
said he told the chief the Perrine EOPI Offices and
"precipitate and harsh" in ed work as a protest against terms. He
liaison officer to obtain legal the Coconut Grove Neighborhood MING RESULTS
dealing with Jamaican labor- what they called unfair wages,
Youth Council will assist
ers in a dispute last January, police were called. advice whether there was .
declared Prime Minister Hugh cause for legal action in the

Shearer. Those who were jailed were case of the men arrested.It i
Police riot squads arrested set free to return to Jamaica. was explains d later that "
52 sugar cane cutters Jan. 2 the trouble resulted from a ., 'Its New Its Convenient ,

near Pahokee and sent 80 Prime Minister'Shearer dispute over differences as to I
others to Miami by bus to be I told the Jamaica House of Representatives the number of rows the men I II
deported to their home in Ja- in Kingston that were to cut In the cane field. !

maica. he had ordered diplomatic Some 9,000 oU-shoreworkers kL1tt PPiNTO SERVE !
After a demonstration by representation to Washington remained in the fields.



I Family Planning Clinic in New LocationBeginning IW'


March 25 the ing in the county each week.Ou Street; telephone 6662538.
Dade County Health Depart- Tuesday night clinic is in the Thursday night's clinic is heldin "MITCHELL'SCOIN
ment's: Monday night family North Miami Center at 14101 the South Dade Center at

planning clinic will be held at NW 8th Avenue;telephone 681- 9879 East Fern Street, Per-

a new location. Patients who 7453. Wednesday night there rine; telephone 2387933.All .
have been attending night are two clinics. One is in the these clinics operate
clinic at the 62nd Street Cen- Downtown Center at 1350 NW from 6 to 8 p.m.and offer ser
ter; 2745>'NW 62 Street should 14 Street; telephone 3747702and vices free of charge. Call the LAUNDRY

now go to the 46th Street Center another is in the South Miami center nearest you for more
; 2987 NW 46th Street for Center at 5798 SW 68th Information. .
family planning services and I

supplies. Registration for this 6305 NW 24th

clinic will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Aveh '. ,
on Mondays.For appointments
Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE
contact the 46th Street Center;
.. .
telephone 633-1441.
There are four other night "MR. JACK" - ,,- . BRAND EW'

family planning clinics operat- FOR

STYLES FOR ALL AGES --II \\L *H (*

The Very Latest in Men's Fashions
THOSE HORRID 12 Lb
AGE SPOTS* SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS I ,L.-::

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Weathered brown spotson
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that breaks up masses of pigmenton
the skin makes hands look white FLAMELESS Giant All Purpose Washer
and young again. Equally effective on
the face neck and arms. Not a cover-
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grant, greaseless base for softening.
lubricating skin as it clears up those Takes. Rugs up to 9'x12'Open
blemishes. COOKING '

SEND NO MONEY-7 DAY TRIAL TEST j
Send name and address. Pay only $2.00 .' ."
on arrival plus C.O.D. postage on guar ,' *
antee you must be satisfied with first results Days a Week
or return remaining Esoterica for FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
money back.Or save money. Send S2.00
and we pay postage. Same guarantee. HELPING BUILD FLORIDA ,. .
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Yeah, but what is the Urban League doing <
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I By T. WILLARD FAIR, Executive Director Just Another Day ,

It would be great If K could begin by telling you that we're training programs throughout Dade County. In counseling these<
going to solve all the problems of the ghettoes In the very near adults, Urban League field representatives take into consider- By MAUDE K. REID

future.It ation the requirements and opportunities of the total family The Greater Miami Urban League was organized as the Negro -

would be great butitwouldn'tbetrue. What Is true, however Urban League Youth Community: Young Negro adults between Service Council In 1943. Within months it became an af-
is the fact that the Urban League is providing that work the ages of 14 and 21,will participate in summer tutorial filiate of the National Urban League which today has 83 local
speaks louder than words; that we are moving toward the even- programs on a volunteer basis.These programs which will be affiliates throughout the Country.All .

tual end of the ghettoes;toward finding jobs for the unemployed conducted in the ghettoes will have a flexible structure and< the prevailing evils of segregation that marked the South
; training for the unskilled; and career opportunities! that will largely be determined by the needs of the tutored fami- were then common practice in Miami and Dade County.
match the talents of the skilled. lies. This program has a dual purpose-- to benefit families in r

the ghettoes and to provide effective training and a constructive The pattern of racial economic exploitation and Negro housing -
The Urban League is not talkinjabout these objectives.It's outlet for young people who would rather be constructivethan In segregated areas, under congested sub-standardcondi-
working toward them. Right now. Here's how. destructive. tions, had already been established and was deeply entrenched.The .

resulting damage to family life, youth delinquency and
(1) Improved Housing: Operation Equality is a comprehensive Local Poverty Program: The Urban League will cooperatewith many other civic ills was becoming evident day by day.
well-financed housing program designed to establish a the department of Public Health by making the four Urban -
"Truly" open housng market in which all families may live League information centers available for the distributionof From its very beginning the Greater MiamlUrban Leagueset
where they wish. The total cost of the program is $210,000 of Family Spacing(birth control) Information any time before out to win not alms but opportunity for the Negro. In seek-
which $40,000 was solicited r o m local sources, and$170,000 11:00: a.m. and after 7:00 p.m. ing to change the inter-racial status quo we approached the
was received from the National Urban League through a grant black-white relations In a spirit of persuasion, cooperationand
from the Ford Foundation. Its primaryfunctionis to improvethe Leadership Development Project j : The Urban League is mutual understanding.
quality of life in predominantly Negro and Cuban commun- working diligently to develop a far broader base of leadershipand c
ities, and to locate and recruit families who are Interestedin community Involvement than exists in the Negro community The task was tremendous. The Incoming Negro population ;
moving better housing accommodations in integrated residential today. This program seeks to identify those individuals with grew by leaps and bounds. City life was as frightening as It :
sections. It also concentrates on developing new Fair the qualities of leadership and to train them through a seriesof was new to most of the migrants from rural areas in the South. !
Housing groups through liaison with church civic and social seminars for active participation on key boards commissions Relatively few had skills o r qualifications outside the sweat- '
organizations in all-white communities. and committees that shape the future of the city. We stained and 111-paid s p her e s of common labor or the most
must have more leadership more involvement more participation menial fields of urban services. Black men and women were
By improving housing conditions as they exist in the ghetto In the total community for the progress of the Negro., the last to be hired; the first to be_fired.
today by locating and recruiting families interested in mov-
ing into integrated areas, and by creating the educational We are also developing a political sensitivity model neigh- Passing years have brought changes some for the better,
groundwork for the ultimate acceptance of total fair housing borhood focused upon the idea thatvotingpower is the Negro's others for worse. Negro ghettos have become more stratified;
practices Operation Equality has become a force against the single most effective weapon against social in justice- and that Negro housing more dilapidated and rat-infested.CivilRights
sordid social conditions that have contributedtothe cancerous every aspect of every Negro's life is ultimately affected by laws made mandatory the serving of Negroes at any restau
growth of the ghettoes in Miami. politics. rant. But what good is it to desegregate a lunch counter If a
man hasn't enough money to buy a hamburger?
Operation Equality has four neighborhood offices staffedby With emphasis on leadership and political sensitivity wi I

housing professionals, which are located In the communitiesthey believe we can clearly demonstrate that signatures on a peti- As Miami and Dade County moves into the space age merely
serve: Opa-locka (2338 All Baba Avenue), Liberty City tion can effect progressive change for more rapidly than dis- finding jobs for Negroes Is not enough. There must be oppor-
(6740 NW 15th AvenueCuban, Community(Christian Community orderly demonstrations. tunity for better ones. And there must be black persons of
Service Agency Building at 536SW 12th Avenue) and Coco-
every age with the necessary skills to qualify for the opportunities -
nut Grove (3378 Douglas Road)). In summary we have a number challenging projects whicl that are opening up. Incentives must be fostered for
will produce the desired goals only as result of dedicated work,
I in a changing society. Thereis
greater Negro accomplishment
II We are working.But we must have help. Every bit of II.
I ((2) Economic and Development Program: The Urban League your a new idea In the ghetto: "You don't have to lose." \
I Is working with existing Negro businessmen and potential Negro 1
businessmen to increase the availability of small business The past is but a prelogueto tomorrow. But tomorrowis
loans.from the Small Business Administration. It is essential not Just another day We must strive to make It the bright dawn'",
that Negroes expand their economic influence by functioningas SUPPORT THE GREATER of a New Day for tine dispossessed.This Is the goal of the Urban I I
employers -- as well as employees. League. :

Re-Active of theSKilisBank:This four-year old Urban Lea- MIAMI URBAN LEAGUETHIS We shall press forward with utmost vigor toward the elimi-
gue concept is especially important today because there has nation of slum areas which have long befouled urban Negro
been a significant change in attitude -- both nationally and locally YEAR'S GOAL IS 2,000 NEW MEMBERSFor living We shall seek to establish a truly open-housing market -
-- towards hiring qualified Negroes from professional where ALL families may live where they wish, based upon
positions and skilled crafts. The Urban League's objective is information on how you can loin the Greater Miami. their ability to pay. This is the objective of the Urban League's j
Urban League phone 377 3682.There's .
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to locate those Negroes with the required skills so that we can "Operation Equality" project which Is already under way.
establish a substantial pool of skilled personnel. Then as the
opportunities arise, we will be able to direct the right person We must strive in every manner to break down the cruel
toward the right position. barriers of job discrimination .and to accelerate the sense
of responsibility on the part of white business managment.We .
Implement LEAP The Labor Education Advancement Pro-
make reservationsfor
still time to
your
gram: The League through Operation LEAP, will undertake to 25th must see to it that the whole community -- black and
Urban League's
Miami i
who have the basic qualifications the Greater
place approximately thirty youth
white alike -- have fullest and most comprehensive information -
to enter the various apprenticeship programs In the as to what is happening In the e nt ire field of race relations -
Miami com munity i Although all of the apprenticeshipprograms ANNIVERSARY DINNER Ignorance is a two-way street. American cannot two
/In the Miami area are operated on a nondiscriminatory -
nations: one white, one black; one rich one poor; one educated
basis, few if any people from minorities make applica- one uninformed. Our national survival depends on unity. .

tion to enter. Date: March 28, 1968

The Labor Education Advancement Program will endeavorto Time: 7:30 p.m. The Greater Miami Urban League faces the future with the
place l approximately 300 youth and seek to bring about Place: Everglades Hotel courage born of 25 years of battling and the earnest hope that
equal rights and equal opportunity for citizens can becomean
change In attitudes of acceptance and respect In the Black com
fact of American life
munity regarding the Image of the blue collar worker. accomplished
For reservations, phone: 377.3682

Operation Broadcast Skills:Significant steps are being taken
for the first time to place qualified Negro personnel in posi-
Maude K. Reid holds a B.S.degree from Florida A&M Uni-
South The Greater Miami Urban League 395 NW First Street,
tions of communication with the public on the major versity and a Masters degree from Columbia University. For
Florida radio and television stations. Other cities throughoutthe Suite 205, Miami, Florida 33128, telephone 377-3682. the past twenty years she has been connected with the Dade
nation have recently hired Negro newscasters dls-jockeys County School System and at present is Supervisor of Adult
weather forecasters sports commentators etc.It is time now Vocational Home Economics Education.She has served as sec-
for the Negro who represents nearly%of Dade's population retary of Greater Miami Urban League and as a member of its
to become visible on television. We are now working to make Board of Directors. She organized the Urban League Guild and
certain tha t the qualified people are ready when called upon served as president for four years. Mrs.Reid is also a former
-- which we believe will be in the very near future. r .0' President of the National Council of Urban League Guilds.
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who dropped out of school and who would not now qualify for :, SUBSCRIPTION
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through training and educational programs which pre- I VUomi i Times
pare them for positions that are better than jobs they previously < 6530 NW 15th Avenue

held. We cannot ask a man to go to school to learn some- AIIJ. .. ;.: Miami, Florida 33147
thing he already knows how to do -- and resents doing. The Lewis "Buster" Htwbold Alonxo P. Francis,
Urban: League is attempting} to bridge the gap between the adult Owner Funeral Director I
educational school system and the adult Negro dropout. It is LEWIS "BUSTER" NEWBOLD Enclosed please find the sum of $5.00to

our task to Interpret the adult Negro dropout's true needs to formerly associated with the M. H. Rohmlngs Funeral cover the cost of a one 'year subscription
the school system, so that he may pursue self-improvement on Home
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a realistic basis.And so that he will have a realistic opportunity wishes to Announce the Opening of: jI
for better employment after he has completed his training.We I' I
cannot get the Negro adult dropout truly involved in train- THE SOUTH BROWARD ,FUNERAL HOME Mall Paper To I II

ing programs unless these programs hold the promise of bet- 903 FOSTER ROAD, HALLANDALE, FLA. I Address

ter jobs at better salaries. We are also, of course trying to "Serving Dade and Broward Counties" ... '
keep the adult Negro community constantly Informed of the opportunities r 'PHONES: City' -- t i. 'n. Zip Cod.i' .

offeredthrough the Manpower Development Train- 922-4413, Hallandale NA 1-7318. Opo-locka L__________________________
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Gamma Delta Sigma Chap- Annual Neighborhood Meetingin community School, Mr. Mat- planned activities. One of the Church. Whenever and wherever the
ter of Sigma Gamma RhoSor- Tampa, on January 21. thews told sixty senior high many activities planned to- The Rhoer group presentedan community needs service Sig
ority began its 1967-68 activities Thirty-five sorors were in attendance boys and girls "that the time gether. This year the Annual informative program fea- mas are always available to
with a workshop at the representing six of to choose a vocation is now,the Fellowship Hour was held on turing musical selections, promote "Greater Community
home of Basileus Verneka Sil the seven state chapters. time to take advantage of the Sunday, March 10, at the New reading and climaxing with a Service for Greater Com-
Highlights of the 1967 Neighborhood chairman is our new opportunity is now- so Convenant Presbyterian Fashion Show. munity Progress."
Boule held in Detroit, Michi- local basileus Verneka Silva, prepare yourselves for the fu-
gan were given bysorors who along with five sorors at- ture."
Eunice Liberty, Allene tended. Board member and After the address the
Taylor, Mable Barlow, and basileus group INCOMETAX
past grand Cleo Higgins received information from the RETURNS PREPARED
Verneka Silva who attended. was in attendance to greet Rapid Service Lowest
following consultants: Dr.Ed- Charges
The ational theme for the
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group. ward Braynon, denistry; Mrs. No Appointment Necessary
year: "Greater Community The Annual Guidance Clinic Dede
Lawrence, fashions and
Service for Greater Community was sponsored on Saturday, Mr. William L. Carey, mor- See S'. G. Clear at: '
Progress" was reviewedand February 17, 4:30: p.m., at the tuary science. A question and
calendar activities that New Covenant Presbyterian answer period followed pre- BROWN REALTY, NOT INC.
were planned centered around Church. The theme: "Greater sentation. A fellowship hour Wellington S. Brown, Registered Real Estate -
theme. Community Service for Greater was enjoyed by all present. Broker. .S.. G. CLEAR
November 12 1967, the Community Progress" was 4740 NW 7th Avenue Phone
On emphasized by the guest The'Rhoers, Auroras and : 754-0655
sorors celebrated its Annual speaker Mr. Clifford Matthews Philo groups have been active All
of Homes-VA and FHA
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City Commissioner was hon- APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
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THE. ,,.- UIAUI TIMES.P---- Friday._ __ __ .March.. 22. 1968 17


I Bus Drivers Make New Job- DemandsA Round AboutTalk

long list of new Job de-
week.)
ed. The newspending'programbecomes pay raises and fringe benefits .
mands was presented to Metro
Fifteen per cent extra pay effective October 1. during negotiations to settle IP..
Transit Authority Monday, by
for night work. The differential The drivers won$254,000in the strike lat year.
85 per cent of Metro's bus is
drivers. now five .per cent BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL

Some of the demands go far ployes Ten per who cent more for em- REVIEWING THE FACTS. . Sen. Eugene McCarthy(D.

beyond the changes the driv- a strike demand work Metro split shifts, NEWS FROM IN ANDY Minn.) showing in the New Hampshire primary, (the start of
ers truck for last year. mission Com the Presidential 68 campaign") brought down Robert F.Kennedy -
The Fraternal Order of refused to grant. > /" /- V- *.., _Y *'l "a running for cover" to take advantage of Lyndon B.
Transit Employers now seek More signs on buses with AROUNDATHE BAHAMASPTi Johnson declining popularity by announcing his candidacy .
for the fellowing changes and destination and route informa. "along the Dera. line." . Former Vice president Richard
others: tion, and posting of an emer- . PTi i i t .i i\ *.">- -. Nixon and N. Y. Governor Rockefeller leading Republicancan-
A 40-hour( workweekinstead gency phone number.Of - didates . Maureen O'Hara and Pilot Charles Blair (USAF
of 44, with no loss In the the 600 Dade bus drivers, name of the 100-foot, and will be the first for an Reserve General) got married on the Isle of St. Thomas, Vir-
take home pay for all drivers. 512 are asking for the changes, $150,000 luxury cruiser Exo- Archbishop of Canterbury. It gin Island, March 12 . Roberto. Lowery, first Negro Fire
Drivers won a reduction from said Alan Schwartz, attorney dus, has been changed to the is expected to last two or three Commissioner of New York City, made it known last week (to
48 to 44 hours ,when the strike for- the union. "NEW DA Y." Owners of the weeks. kill the rumor) that he will not retire now or later .. . Actor
was settled. The union wants 38 changesin boat are prominent Nassau cary Grant got a brokennose in a car (in which he was riding)
Two days off every week instead MTA rules and proceduresbuilt businessmen and PLP leaders In the Supreme Court on and truck accident last week..." Via-NY L. I. Express." . .
of one. (Some men are into the company's 1968- Clifford Darling, Wilbert, February 28, Daniel Adderleywas Joe Frazier is considered World Heavyweigbt champion in the
sentenced to for 10
required toworkasix-day 69 budget, now being prepar- Moss and Captain Ferguson.The prison states of New York, Massachusetts, Illinois and Main. . Ne-
company is named Free- years. He was convicted of gro Elvin Hayes (College Basketball Player of the Year) said,
dom Ships Ltd. It is under- manslaughter in the death of March 13, that he definitely would compete in the Olympics,
PepsiCo Appoints Russell V.P. stood that the ship will be us- his common law wife, Louise. "If I can make the team." The scoring star of the undefeated -
ed as headquarters for the Psychiatrists told the Chief Houaron Cougas said he would have no part of the Olympic .
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PLP in the Out Islands duringthe Justice that they put Adderley's boycott by some Negro athletes.Like he said. If I can make
For Community" AffairsNew coming election.A mental age at eight. the team and help my country, then it's my duty to play."

new 3,000-foot airstrip Brian Williams, twoyearold -
York. Harvey C. has been completed at Hawks son of Anita Burrows,was MIAMIANS AROUND NEW YORK. . Mr.and Mrs. Vernon
Nest Creek Cat Island and the Storkes She's the former Johnson of 1175 Ever-
Russell has been appointed to t19 burned to death on March 12 ( Jacqueline )
the newly created position of Hawks Nest Fishing and Yacht when fire destroyed a one- green Ave., Bronx, heading down to Miami come April, they
Vice President, Community Club has been opened.The announcement room wooden section ofafiveroome will be house shopping. He (Mr. Storkes) will be working for

Affairs of PepsiCo, Inc., k was made March house on Dumping Florida State Department . Robert Wade of 68 Kosicusko
Donald M Kendall, Presidentand 7 by the president of the Hawks Ground Corner, Nassau St., Brooklyn,N.Y. dealing in real estate.He's the son of Mrs.
Chief Executive Officer, Nest Creek Development Rowena Wilson, who occupiedthe Emma L.. (Edward) Everett of Miami . Emily Thompson
announced last week. Company Ltd. house, took care of two of already making plans to come on down to Miami for her son's
Dr. Michael Ramsey,Arch the Williams five children (Wade) graduation from Miami University in June.. Miami'sown
Mr. Russell, who Joined the bishop of Canterbury will visit while the mother worked. She Mr. and Mrs. James Clark(she's the former Geneva
company in 1950,was most recently the West Indies next Marchand went to a spigot to get water, Johnson) moving to their newly remodeled home on the Isle of
Vice President, Cor- will include Nassau In his iti- and when she returned the Nassau Bahamas at Chlppingham Rd . ."Write to Box 204"
porate Planning for the Pepsi- nerary. The visit is In response room was on fire. The child's . Sandy Green (In Miami) should write his >family in New
Cola Company, a major divis- to an invitation from brother Barry, 3, was taken to York, they are worried about him,Write to:"Brother," Solo-
ion of PepsiCo. Prior to that, the Archibishopof the West Indies the hospital suffering from mon Greene, 731 E. 161 Street, Bronx, NY 10456.."Sister,"
he had served as Assistant to Most Rev. Alan knight, second degree burns. Mrs. fannie Wright, 1451 Washington Ave., Bronx N. Y.
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Special Project Markets Manager,and Director Conven-of Pensions For World War I bt

tion Coordinator.Mr. Advisory Council of the Officeof
Economic Opportunity and Bahamian VetsThe 1 ,.
Russell, a member of trustee of Tougaloo(Miss) a w?

Gov. Rockefeller's Ad Hoc College. Government has decld- World War pension should ]
Committee on Welfare, is National A native of Louisville, Ky., ed to award pensions to all Bamake written application the F'.s
Co-chairman of the InterRacial Mr. Russell is a graduate of hamians who served in the Public Treasury, Box 557,
Council for Busi- Kentucky State College and has 1914-1918 World War.Widows Nassau. The application mustof jit x! b

ness Opportunity. He is a done post-graduateworkatln- First World War exserbe supported_ by evidence of
board.member of the New York diana University and the Uni- vicemen are also eligible for war service, such as a ;dis-
Communities Aid Associationand versity of M i c h igan.During pensions, provided that they charge certificate
the African-American World War n,he was an officer have not remarried. It must also be accompani-
stitute. He is also a member of in the U. S. Coast Guard. He The ex-servicemen are to ed by a letter from a Justice
the State Department I advisory lives in Yonkers, N. Y., with receive $80 per month and the of the Peace, certifying that
County forAfricanAfrairsthe his wife and two children. widows, $60 per month. the claimant is the person de-
Anyone who believes that he scribed in the evidence of war DELORES THE MELVIN ROBINSONS ARLEEN

Norman E. Jones In CampaignFor or she is eligible for a First service. TEEN TALKAND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY.."The Shocker."

. According to Miriam Makeba, (What is love) she and
I Stokely Carmichael(Black power leader)will get married some
Call time this year. Her press agent, Richard Gersch didn't know
United States SenatorThe the wedding date . Etta James'"Security" dedicated to the
CHARLESROGERS Melvin Robinson (Carletha) family of Jacksonville .Jackie

president, shattering register a protest vote againstthe ,Robinson Jr., caught a few weeks ago on "Gun and Dope"
announcement of Norman E. other two entries or a posi- charges is an ordinary Hlppl,bang out,East Village NY . .
Jones, public relations con- tive vote for a"new and differ- 'tj "It's "Your Precious Love," Jackie Wilson.. Peaches and
sultant, political analyst and ent face in Florida's in theState's Herb's, "The Ten Commandments of Love" to pretty Arleen
columnist as a candidate for tired, old politicalcast. ..... ,., .' AT PL 1-7502 (Bailey) Bethel. (Also a postal ball model) . "The Gloryof
United States Senator from A Love" . Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, a fine picture
Florida in the forthcoming FOR A GOCP 3UY ON . ."Bonnie and Clyde"a great picture . To the newly weds

Democratic primaries has added With the revolt in PIANO, ORGAN SCOTT the Edward (Buster) Tollivers, It's "La La La Means I Love
Negro
another element of dramatic cities throughout the nation I STEREO OR ORCHESTRA You." (The Delfunics) . From Alma Ruffin of West Holly-
INSTRUMENTS. wood to Donnie Townsend, A 4 T State CollegeGreenboro, N.
impact to the already heat being the m a j o r domestic issue -
ed campaign which has the and the Vietnamese War C., it's Otis Redding's "The Dock of the Bay," ., Sam and
Dave, "I Thank You."Joan Russell,'"The Impossible Dream.."
earmarks of the traditional being the prime issue of For-
(Heasitlons). This is Scoop Bethel saying, Time and Tide wait
bitter
political battle commonto eign policy, the entry of Jones for no man C-U-NX-WK.
the Florida Democratic primaries will give the campaign a
"third" dimension on these
two vital campaign issues. "
Previously billed as a NORTH'S'$' :TRAVEL BUREAU. ,

"duet" between two announced *' ,$TA .STUQDED, ,
With all of the State's en- I
candidates the of Jones ...
entry 't -
into the race adds another trenched politicos already in : SPRING .AND. SUMMER PACKAGE \TOURS,

"voice" to the act transformIng .or soon to join the camps ot .
one or other of the other two Escorted Air-Conditioned
the "duet" into a "trio" -
set of politi- candidates, every Importantbig
requiring a new "name" will be BUS TOUR TO MEXICO
cal arrangements before the political
"act" goes on the road. active, leaving Jones with none I Visiting Eight Cities in Mexico
to carry on his campaign but Leave from Dallas, Texas
The addition of Jones into the people, traditionally ignored -
MAY TO OCTOBER, 1968
the senatorial campaign will by "political leaders"In I .
give the people of Florida who the state, who are expected i ''I' .:. 16-Day All-Expense Trip
might be disillusioned with the to jump trough the "hoops" $374.90

other two candidates a help by these entrenched poli- I G.t fr.. Brochur. Make Rtitrvatlon Nowl
"choice" of a long shot tical oligarchies like trained A .
"dark horse" entry, either to seals in the circus. NORTH'S TRAVEL of Miami and

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18 THEMIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 22, 1968 M-DJC Students Work and

) Omeaa a' Psi Phi fraternity Having Banner Year

.' .. in Co-op Education
... .,. \ Study
As the Sigma Alpha Chapter Achievement Week: Four "' .,:
of Omega psi Phi Fraternity, outstanding citizens of this
Inc., rapidly approaches the area were cited for their educational Program
end of another fiscal year, we cultural, civic, and .
categorize it as another term fraternal contributions to A new Cooperative Education tion, with each working four
of successful events.. .. mankind during our,abserI program being tried for months at a time. This will
A be first time this spring at give each student a full eight
J 1 11 Miami-Dade Junior College months of actual job exper-
I Iw Y South will give students the ience while at MiamiDade.The .

chance to earn while they learn program is open to students -
by alternating terms of work who plan to enter

and study. careers immediately upon
The plan calls for studentsto graduation from MiamiDadeand
attend classes on a full time to those in the University

basis for one term, then workas Parallel program,Distasio
full time employees in their said. Opportunities to continueon
j chosen career fields for one a Co-Op plan are availableat
term, continuing the alternating the University of Florida,
schedule throughout Florida State University, the
freshman and sophomoreyears. University of South Floridaand

r the University of West
C Students majoring in chem- Florida.To .

istry, engineering, data pro- be eligible for the Co-Op
cessing, police science, sec- program, a student must spendthe
retarial science, aerospace, first term of the freshman
business administration, accounting year in the classroom' and
and are maintain at 2.2 (C) or
journalism average
Outstanding citizens cited by Sigma Alpha Chapter Florida State Representative, E. J. Braynon, Jr.
: selected for the initial better. After being accepted by
were, left to right: Archie Ayers, Marian Shannon, presents the plaque for Omega Man of the Year to Astrid being
phase of the M-DJC program. both the Co-Op office and the
Charles Hadley and Mayme Williams. K. Mack.
/ Some will be given their prospective employer, the
I vance at the Casablanca Hotelin -- first work assignments at the student is assigned a term of
Miami Beach. These indi- .. beginning of the Spring Termin full-time work. During the
viduals included Mr. Archie May, according to Dr. work term,he takes one three-

Ayers, Mrs. Marlon Shannon, Patrick Distasio, director of credit course and one-credit
Mr. Charles Hadley, and Mrs. Community Services and Cooperative Education Semi-
Mayme Williams. Mr. Odell Career Programs. nar. He'll get a paycheck, but
Jones received the Citizen Of Cooperating with the college noacademic credit, for his
The Year Award for outstand- v, to implement the Co-Op plan work on the job, which will be
ing service in community relations are Florida Power and Light judged as either satisfactoryor
Brother Astrid K. Company, Federal Aviation unsatisfactory. One unsat-
Mack, Assistant Professor of Agency. Eastern Airlines.The isfactory rating eliminates
Biology at Miami Dade Junior Miami Hearld, Metropolitan shim from further participationin
College was awarded the Dade County, the U. S. Food the Co-Op program.
Omega Man of the Year Awardby and Drug Administration, and The Cooperative Education
Brother Edward J.Bray Burger King. concept was orglnated in 1906
non, Florida Representative. lq Jobs made available to Co- at the University Cincinnati
Brother Herbert L. Day was Op students by these cooper- Today, more than 120 collegesand
the chairman of the Achieve- ating organizations will be filled universities and some 70-
ment Week Committee. year round by assigning 000 students are participating
three students to each
Harvest Ball: Brothers en- ?
tertained their friends at our N i 4 ti posi'y
first annual Harvest Ball 1
Dance which was held during V i

the Thanksgiving Holidays.The Cocktail 7JalUette Altd e\,. "
affair was held in the ;
Caribbean Room of the Bay- % /

front Par k Auditorium.- ......!.:: -. aaluo,c Show
ther Benny L. O'Berry servedas
chairman of the Harvest First row: Left to right: McKeva Smith, chaplain; Herbert L. Day, vice has ileus/ ; The Alpha Gamma Chapterof O'Berry, Juanita Thompson,
Ball Dance Committee. Ulysses G. Horne, basileus/ ; Elston Davis, keeper of records and seal; Charles Baker, Alpha Pi Chi Sorority will Daisy Russell, Claudia Jas-
Edward J. Braynon, Jr., state representative. Second row: Benny L. O'Berry. assis* present a Cocktail Dancette per, Debris Bankston, Doris
Christmas Baskets: tant keeper of finance T. S. Greer Jr. Anthony Simons Crandal McLeod. Thirdrow
; and Fashion Show on March 31 Martin, Helen Wiley, Portia
Brother Anthony Simons : George Thomas, Charles Walker, William B. Haley, keeper of finance, ElliottJ. at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel, Bannister.
chaired the Terry Parker Scavelfa/ editor to the Oracle, Henry Mingo, Richard P. Dunn, Keeper of Peace; Gloria Clark, Gloria Little-
Memorial Drive which provided Earl Fisher, Astrid K. Mock, assistant KRS, Thomas L. Sanders, and Willie L. Lewis. Starlight room. field
Bartlett Mildred
food and other necessities Photos by Johnson of Miami. This is going to be a most Myrtle ,
for needy families in our gala affair with models from Johnson, Norma Jones, Car-

community during the Christ- Robert Thomas, a graduate of day, May 4, 1968, at one of our ed to three winners and cer- Richard's, Lory's, and King metta Brown, Vivian Harris,
mas Season. B. T. Washington High School, local churches. During this tificates to all participants. the Tailor, also Miss Shirley Minnie James, Ruth Williams,
r who Is presently attending col- time, seniors will demonstrate Contestants will be solicited Turnquest.Also and Helen Peterson.
Memorial Services: lege. This year's reciepientwill their musical talents. from all senior high schools. featured will be the Mrs. Gloria Braynon Robin-
Brothers gathered at the homeof be chosen from among the The demonstration will be Brother Elliott J. Scavella is fabulous "Marvels". This is a son will be the narrator. Re-
Brother Crandall McLeodfor graduates of Mays High augmented by other talented chairman of the Talent Hunt fine singing group of young member the date Sunday,
our national memorial School. students. Last year's program Committee. ladies all from the Miami March 31, at 6 p.m.
servance commemorating the was a tremendous suc- area, they have just returned
entrance of brothers into the Talent Hunt Demonstration: cess in that it provided needed During our May meeting, of- from an extended tour of the
Omega Chapter. Most recently Our annual Talent Hunt Dem* cultural stimulation in local ficers for the 1968-69 fiscal New England States. Any where In the world
among these departed bro- onstration will be held Satur- youth. Plaques will be award- year will be elected. Please make this a must on you want to go"
thers are Samuel Stewart, III calendar and attend this
---- your TICKETS CC&T
and Terry L. Parker. affair for the benefit of the
Civil ServiceThe
NO MOM AT
sorority's scholarship fund.
Lampodas Club Three men
: KICK-Off
RAllY
are anticipating initiation into Interagency Board of Call one of the members for
Omega Psi Phi via Sigma U. S. Civil Service Examinersfor tickets, they are: Peggy Dean,
Florida Dorothy Cooper Veronica TedrEC BUREAU
located at 123 S. ,
Alpha Chapter. These are
Fred Brown, a graduate of Court Avenue, Orlando, has Ta Re-elect
,
Florida Atlantic Universityand Issued the following examina-

a teacher atAllapattah tion announcements to fill V
Elementary School; BeLJean positions throughout the Stateof CommissionerEarl
Smith, a graduate of FAMU, Florida with the exceptionof
an art consultant at Miramarand 10 counties in Northwest

A 11 a p a tt a h Elementary Florida: Bishop R" T.
Schools; and Henry Young, a Aircraft Electrician, Aircraft M. Starnes
graduate of Hampton Institute, instrumen mechanic, Penn Founder -
aircraft instrument mechanic ,
a biology teacher at Miami
Central Senior High School. (Electronics), Aircraft metal- POLISH-AMERICAN CLUB FRIDAY

smith, building maintenanceman. 1250 NW 22nd Avenue 8:00: P. M.
District Meeting Brothers Salaries range from
:
Miami Florida March 22
1968MUSICENTERTAINMENTREFRESHMENTS
Ulysses G. Horne, Basilues, $2.74 to $3.54 per hour. CHURCH OF
GOD IN SPIRIT INC.
The ,
Edward J. Braynon,State Rep- following examination Main Office
: 101 NW 30th Ave. -Pompano Bch Fla.
,
resentative, and Charles L. announcement has also been The
famously known
issued to fill Prophet Penn says you can be
Baker, among other brothersand positions blessed right now. (II Chronicles 20:20) Believe
The many friends of Commissioner Earl M. Starnesare ) In the
preparing to attend the an- throughout the State of. Florida Lord your God, so shall ye be established. Believe In
sponsoring a kick-off rally at the Polish-American his .
nual Seventh District prophets, so shall ye prosper.
which will convene in Meeting Mobile Air Traffic Control Specia- Club. 1250 NW 22nd Avenue, Friday, March 11, 1968at You are Invited to attend l our< worship service each
8:00p.m. Sunday morning at 11. Blessings' and deliverance
Alabama during the approaching list, GS-6, 8 and 10 ($6137, each Thursday night at 9 p.m. service -
Easter Holidays $7384 and $8821 per year) There will be music, entertainment, and refreshments.Mr. Time CONSULTATION.. DAILY: Tuesday Saturdays.
'. Applications will be accepted Tony Waters, Silver Knight I Nominee for music i Are: 10 o.m.-2 p.m., 5 p.m.-9 p.m.
Scholarship Fund:Annually, until further notice and you worried, confused, can't find your way ?
from Mays High School, will be among the entertainers. If so, make your to the
way CHURCH
our chapter awards a scholar- should be sent to the Inter- OF GOD IN
ship t o an outstanding and de- agency Board of U. S. Civil Commissioner Starnes, the incumbent commissioner, p7ois'ESf seeking people deliverance are coming'. dolly spiritually!' from
serving young man from a local Service Examiners for representing District 7, is looking forward to meeting Yours
high school graduatingclass. Florida, 123 South Court Ave., his many friends. Everyone welcomel! truly Secretary, Church of God In Spirit, Inc.

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20) THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 22,, 1968
IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn HAMMINGS

sad but loving memoryof
i In memory of my beloved our dear husband and bro- i

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r SARAH BUTLER

( who departed this life Feb. 19,
1 1968 acknowledge with grateful r

7V ; appreciation to friends and Mrs. Doris Ward of 944 NW
neighbors for your kind and 51st St., died at her home on
thoughtful expression of sym- t Tuesday, March 19.She leavesto
pathy during our bereavement. REV. J. C.JOHNSON mourn a husband WilliamB.
Special thanks to Father
Lambert: Sands,Saint Agnes who departed this life March .; a daughter MarciaJ. Mar-
tin;. a son-in-law Montez; two
22 1947.
Episcopal Church congregation
Gone granddaughters, Tanya and
i I I the Jolly Ten Club and the J but not forgotten. Funeral services will
Terri.
Francis Funeral Home for efficient hl May he r e s t in peace and
Iw services. light perpetual shine upon him. be held Saturday, March 23,at
MR. CHARLES RICHARDSONwho Mrs. Marion Johnson, wife 3 p.m. at St. Mary's Weslyan
Methodist Church, Rev. H. V.
The Johnson
: ELLEN FREEMAN JONES Mrs. Ethel po1t1er and Mrs. RUBY LEE FALCO Family Stuart officiating.
Hilda Watkins, daughtersand departed this life March ,

acknowledge with great appreciation family, who departed this life one year 19, 1965.
all acts of sympathy ago, March 22, 1967. Sleep on beloved; sleep, and ALBERT
given during our hour of be- take thy rest; IN MEMORIAM'In
e IN MEMORIAM Gone, but not forgotten. We
reavement. Your cards tele- down thy head thySaviour's PIONEER MIAMIAN DIES
of beloved Lay upon
In memory our love you, but God loved you cherished memory of our
and acts
florals other
grams mother and grandmotherMRS. best. breast.
of kindness will forever linger We love thee well, but Jesus dear beloved mother James Clinton Johnson, a
I with us. Thanks also to the Sadly missed by loves thee best. resident of Miami for more

staff of Range Funeral Home. husband, four sons, seven MRS. ELLEN ALBURYwho 'than forty years,.died at the
11 Pearline Richardson, wife Veterans Hospital Thursday,
daughters grandchildren
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The FamilyIN other relatives and friends Francina Hills, Rose Symo- passed away March 25, March 14.
nette, Edna Rolle,Jacquelyn 1940. Mr. Johnson was a veteranof
Richardson, Helen Richardson Deep In our heart lies a pictureOf World War I, where he was
MEMCRIAM and Shirley Richardson a loved one laid to restIn honorably discharged in 1918.H .
CARD OF THANKS, daughters memories frame we shall e was a well known musi-
In memory of our dear husband The family of the late Charles Richardson, Jr., keep itBecause cian, having played with

brother and uncle CAPT. SAMUEL R. L/cpl Alfred Richardson, she was one of the several bands, Including the

STEWART m sons. best. OUver's carnet, Band, whichhe
who was killed while servinghis actively supported for many
second tour of duty in Viet- The Albury family years.

SARAHAMBROSE nam, wishes to express heart- CARD OF THANKSThe Mr. Johnson Is'survived by
who passed March 26, 1963. felt thanks to all who offered his wife, Ella and a host of
"Gone, but not forgotten." their condolences and help. family of the late cousins here in the Miami
Beyond the wall the rose still Your visits,'cards,telegrams, IN MEMORIAM area.

grows, prayers, gifts, flowers, telephone MRS. JEFFIE S. BROWN In of Funeral service will be
Near shady wall a rose once calls and other acts of memory held at the Temple Baptist

grew budded one blossomedin kindness will long be remembered wishes to express gratitudeand Church, 3rd Avenue and 17th

thanks to all who helped Street. The House of Albert, is
God's free light, watered and to lighten our grief during our 1 handling the remains. Ser-
fed by the morning drew. These recent bereavement. hK vices will be held at 2 p.m.
Shedding its sweetness day and many expressions
night and outpourings of generous ilt
We miss you still sympathy sustained us greatly Your prayers, visits, RANGEMrs.
in our&sorrow, and we wish florals, telegrams, donations,
William C. Sweeting, son cards telephone calls letters Thelma Myles of 591
f' MP ly 1'w again to affirm our thanks to ,
tt a Margaret A. Sweeting, our many friends.: and other acts of kindness will NW 65th St., died on Saturday
daughterinlawIrene ever linger with us. March 16. She is survived by
JOHN W. PINKNEYwho Roker, daughter and The FamilyIN her husband, Tommie: four.:
passed to the great beyond grandchildren?, Special thanks to Rev T. L. L: daughters Annie L. Dixon,
March 20, 1965 Wright and members of Tommie Andrews, Mary Rob-
There is a blessed home beyond CARD OF THANKSThe Greater St. Paul A ME Church, inson and Linda Myles; three
this land of woe, MEMORIAMIn Rev. T. C. Kelly,Jr.and Bains sons, Willard, Ernest and William -
Where trials never come, nor .... bmn'e- late loving memory of our Funeral Home. RUTH GORE MARTINwho ; a father Rufus Pitts;two
tears of sorrow flow. A dear mother departed this life March sisters; 26 grandchildren.
We love him, but God loves Mrs Callie Mae Foster, 21, 1966. Funeral services will be con-
him best. It. + Mrs. Verlee Mathis, daugh- Seems as if she's Just ducted Saturday, March 23, at
: ters. William,Sonnie,Ralph The same love and memorythe 2 p.m. in Shiloh Baptist
He leaves to mourn his pas- ... and Richard Holton, sons same.
sing; , f : ." 7 Miss Llnnle M. Miller of
Aizelia J, Pinkney, wife Mrs. Annie Gore, mother 1865 NW74th Ter,diedSatur-
Viviloria p. Green, sister Thelma and Dessie, sisters day, March 16.She is survivedby
Wilbert P. Gainey, nephew IN MEMORIAMIn Jasper, brother her parents Mr. and Mrs.

loving memory of our late Irene, daughter and other Major Miller; two brothers;
IN MEMORIAMIn s+ mother and grandmother members of the family two sisters; a grandmother,

loving memory of our 1.r q : i 4 Mrs. Minnie poles Funeral
dear one. : services will be conducted
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CARD OF THANKSThe the chapel.
MALVINA DAVE,

who departed this life March family of the late Mrs. Minnie Silimonof 1280

ROBERT MERIDA 14, 1960. DEACON WALTER JONES NW 87 St., died Sunday, March
wish to express their thanksto She was Just a plain dear mother k 17. She is survived by a daughter -
friends for their cards flowers express our appreciation for Mrs. Mertice Williams;
telegrams, during our With her loving smile each the kindness shown during our three sons W. T., Vince and
hours of bereavement. Spec- day; time of sorrow. Your numer John; 16 grandchildren. Funeral -
I ial thanks to Elder Cohen and Alway's tried to do for others,. ous cards, letters,telegrams, services will be conducted -
s minister Cash and membersof As she journeyed on her way. and flowers, will never be for Saturday, March 23, at 10

If A. M, Cohen Temple, for gotten. a.m. in Greater Bethel AME
np comfort, and Range Funeral To those who have a mother, Special thanks to Rev. I. C. Church

_....__...._m.m.uu.____ Home, for services rendered.Our Treat her with loving care, Mickens, Dr. I. G. Pratt, Mrs.
GERTRUDE McINTOSHwho burden was made easier You'll never know her vacancy Selma Ward,and the entire Mt. Kent Carter of 1831 NW2ndCt.

departed this life March to bear because of your ; Olivette Baptist Church family -. ., #3 died March 17. He is
19, 1900. kindness 'Till you see her empty chair. MRS. ANNIE BOWENS survived by his wife Ella M.;
May God bless each of you. May God bless you all a daughter Janetha. Arrange-
but
Gone not
forgotten.
she rest, in peace. May The Merida Family Mr. James A. Davis, son who departed this life March The Family ments are incomplete.
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Mrs. Frances Delevous, 1966.
Josh McIntosh, husband daughter Remember her, she has gone
Lula Mae Jones, daughter CARD OF THANKSWe Mrs. Margaret Clark, away
Richard Rolle, son the family of the late daughter Gone far away into the silent
Mr. land; Madam Ann *
MRS. ANNA MARSHALL Joseph C. Davis, son
CARD OF THANKS who departed this life March (Brooklyn, N. Y.) When by the you hand.May can.hold her no more Spiritual Reader and Advisor
3 1968 wish Mrs. Albertha B. Ferguson Are you facing difficult
to express sin- problem? Poor Health?
The family of the late cere thanks and appreciationto daughter (Boston, Mass.) God bestow upon her Money or Job Trouble? Drink, Love or Family Troubles?
Mrs. love the dearest blessings for Do you want more happiness and
the Evelyn Gibson,daughter if good fortune In life?
many relatives and you have of
MAGGIE BANKS whom above. any these problems or others like them,
wishes to thank each of you for friends whosentflowers, Mr. Prince dear friend, there is wonderful news of a remarkable
cards Farrington, new way of help. Also
telegrams and prayed your lucky days and
lucky
your various expressions of brother Mrs. Erdell Bowens and numbers. See Madam Ann
and today.
sympathy. Words cannot express of visited us during our hour Mrs. Ruth Hankerson, Dorothy West, daughters OPEN 9 A. M. TO 9 P. M. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
bereavement.
the comfort received. sister (W. P. Beach), Mrs. Doris Burroughs Phone: 691-9583 9751 N. W. 27th Avenue
Drucilla Marshall,daughterand grandchildren nieces .and Hylor and Miss Beverly J. MIAMI, FLORIDAr
The Family Johnson Family nephews. ? May, granddaughters.

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INSCRIBED FOR ETERNITY AND IN FAITH TO THEIR PROMISE THAT

THE "CHURCH BUILDS FOR YOUTH"

(Following are listed the names of Churches and Pastors who are upfo date
in their pledges and payments to the FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE
A 1 Building/ Fund.)

FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST (W. Palm Beach) Rev. W. Hall, Jr.
NORTHSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH (Lakeland) Rev. M. Q. Williams
NIGERIANS STUDY AT FAMU Victoria Adetoro Bailey gets the opportunityto HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH (Pompano) Rev. R. W. Williams

help Miachael Ademola Makinde, a native of her home country, while working part- NEW SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH (Tampa) Rev. J. 'W. Deering

time in the Florida A&M University library. Victoria and Michael are natives of Nigeria, ST. JAMES BAPTIST CHURCH (Key West) Rev. M. Leonard

the largest country in Africa according to population, and are studying home economicsand LITTLE ROCK BAPTST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. W. tMUche: ,
animal science respectively. ST. PAUL BAPTIST CHURCH (Daytona Beach) Rev. B. J. Wallace
FIRST BAPTIST (St. Augustine) Rev. R, J. Lovett
NEW MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Homestead) Rev. H.W. Moss

GETHSEMANE BAPTIST CHURCH (W. Hollywood) Rev.lS.Clark
ALBERT In Harlem-The Black Man MT. GILBOA BAPTIST CHURCH (Bartow) Rev. E. Burroughs

Abraham Simmons, 1445 ST. MARK BAPTIST CHURCH (Avon Park), Rev. J. W. DaughtryMT.

NW 1st Ct., Apt. 2 died March CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH (Orlando) Rev. J. E. Williams
9. He Is survived by one son is Moving Toward African MT. VERNON BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev.G.T. McCall

Abraham Jr.; parentsJenkerson FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF OAKLAND (Jax) Rev. C. B. Bailey

and Beulah Simmons; two Frame of MindIn ST. JOHN DIVINE (Pensacola) Rev. O. Leverette
brothers Joe and Sisrow Sim- GALILEE BAPTIST CHURCH (Ft. Meade) Rev. J. C. Sims

mons; three sisters Janie but not ST. MARK BAPTET CHURCH (St. Petersburg) Rev. W. J. Glover
Harlem, where over 1-, streets are one-way,
Parson, Pearl Major, Saide 000,000 Negroes live, the narrow. MT. OLVE BAPTIST CHURCH (Ft.Lauderdale) Rev. G. E, Weaver

Simmons; nieces and nephews. black man is moving towardsan African Influence Is seen in NEW JUDSON BAPTETCHURCHPanamaCltyRev.J.J. Herring

Remains were shipped Fridayto African frame of mind. the dress shops, restaurants, GREATER ST. PAUL BAPTET CHURCH(Cocoa)Rev.W. 0. Wells

Kingstree, South Carolina. That's the impression the and the barber shops. Here MT. CARMEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Tallahassee), Rev T. S. Lotten

visitor gets when he goes to African vogues are sold; here CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH (Tallahassee), Rev. J. A. Clausell
Frank Alphonso Jordan, Harlem, where the Avenuesare it's sould food, and here it's MACEDONIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Gainesville), Rev. S. M. Daniels
22335 SW 109th Ave., Goulds very spacious and the the natural hair look. CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami), Rev. O. Wll
died March 12. Among sur- OQ the streets you see some PILGRIM LODGE BAPTIST CHURCH (Century), Rev. R. C. Young
vivors are wife Ethel; two sons1Frank ;' women strolling in long, MT. NEBO BAPTIST CHURCH (DeFuniak Springs) Rev. J. C. Woods

Jordan and Gregory FRANCISOnly bright-colored African I MT. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. S, Atchison

Williams; one daughter Rhoda dresses, and in the boutiques FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH (KeyLargo), Rev.R. Colvin

mother Mrs. Mamie Roberts. Jefferson Brown (bet- these are sold to African NEW BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. E. Williams

Funeral services were con- ter known as 0. J.) of 235 NW minded women. The young men GLENDALE BAPTIST CHURCH (Richmond Heights), Rev. J. Coats
ducted Saturday from Kerr 47th St. died March 15. Fun- are wearing African danshikls MT. PLEASANT BAPTIST CHURCH (Goulds), Rev. A. H. Lockett

Memorial Methodist Church in eral services, will be held Sa- and bubas,colorful Jacket-like ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH (Brownsville) Rev. J. W. Stepherson
Perrine. African shirts. GREATER TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH (Dania) Rev. J. L. Hardwick .
March 23 at 2 In
turday
p.m. These African looks are MACEDONIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. J. A. F. Finlayson
Church
Methodist
Mrs. Victoria Williams, Ebenezer oUiciat-, more conspicuous on Seventh NEW BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH (W. Palm Beach), Rev. D.N. C<

6540 NW 20th Ave., Apt. 10, Rev. Aaron D. Hall, In the Avenue, eighth'Avenue, and .ah. FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. J. E.'Jenkins
will
died March 13. Among survi- ing. Remains 1 repose Lenox Avenue, between 1'16th MT. CARMEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Gainesville), Re 1. T.A. WrightST.
chapel beginning p.m. Friday
vors are one daughter Myron until 6 Saturday. Re- and 145th Streets, also in what MARY BAPTIST CHURCH (Bradenton) Rev. R. HammondMT.
Russell of Freeport.Arrange mains will p.m. at his home has been known for the past SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. W. A. Rogers
ments are incomplete. repose thirty years as Washington NEW REDEEM BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. E. I. Norman
beginning 7 a.m. on Saturdayuntil
funeral time. Survivors Heights, or Sugar Hill BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Tallahassee) Rev. C. K. Steele
James Clinton Johnson, sisters They are calling this Afri- JOHN THE BAPTIST CHURCH (Pensacola) Rev. L. W. Goram
include wife Myrtle four -
4350( NW 33 Ave., died March Annie Mathews; Hattie can concept a newly acquiredrace EBENEZER BAPTIST CHURCH (Hallandale) Rev. O. W. Foster
14. Among survivors are wife ; pride.This move towards ST. JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH (Ormond) Rev. J. T. Tanner
Mrs. Ella Johnson; nieces, Campbell, Jessie and Mary. African culture and new black ST. JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH (Belle Glade) Rev. J. B, Adams ,

Rosa L. Seymore, Evett Sey- of consciousness Is widespreadin DAYSPRING BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. C. A. Weaver
more; cousins, Including Mr. Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson Harlem, but many of the old- FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH (Clewiston) Rev. L. H. King
1 died
and Mrs. Herbert Wells.Fun- 1437 NW 1st Place Apt. er people have shunned the SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. J. C. Sams

eral services Saturday, March March 18 at JacksonHospital.Funeral movement. MT. CANAAN BAPTIST CHURCH (Pensacola) Rev. J. S. Young

23, at 2 p.m. Temple Baptist services will be held Among the adults some SIXTH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH (Pensacola) Rev. R. L. Hill
Church. Saturday March 23, at 2 p.m. small groups have even soughtout NEW MT. MORIAH BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. A. L. Shipp
914 at Mt. OUvett Baptist Church. and ob- SPRINGHILL BAPTIST CHURCH (Gainsville) Rev. T. D. Davis
Mrs. Gean Holloway, In African religions
Remains will repose ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH (Liberty City) Rev. P. W. Wiggins
NW 14th St., Florida City, died serve them regularly In color-
the chapel beginning 1 p.m. include TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. L. A. ThompsonMT.
March 15. Among survivors, ful services that relig-
Friday until funeral Saturday and OLIVETTE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. I. C. Mickins
husband, Chester two sisters ious dances songs.
,; Survivors include husband SWEETFIELD BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. P. J, CurryST.
Alma Louis
:iSingletary of St. ,
Christopher ; three sons LUKE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. P. W. Williams
Ill Ella Zimmons of Big
Christopher James, and Fires FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH (Bunche Park) Rev. W. J. Macon
Chrysler
Creek Miss. Funeral ser-
Robert; three daughters Rose, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHPine Grove-Ft. Lauderdale) Rev. C. V. Ford., .
vices March 23.
Saturday, Gwendolyn and Gloria; two MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. E. T.Graham

Dan Ray died on March 14, brothers, Thomas and W1l1ard Executive Over MT. SINAI BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. C. O. Albury

in Jackson Hospital.He is sur- Nix; one sister Mary Roberts. NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Hollywood) Rev. H. W. Wright

vived by his father Mr. Bud Bias ComplaintBecause GREATER NEW BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. W. K. Smith

Ray. Arrangements are incomplete CHARDSON NEW PROVIDENCE BAPTIST CHURCH(Miami) Rev. C. J; Burney
Harry Belafonte, NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. W. E. Sims
Mrs. Lucille Hubert of 4771 famed entertainer, complained SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH (Homestead) Rev. K. L. McGriff

Alexander Brantly of 1060 NW 24th Ct., died March 16, that an advertising managerfor MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Orlando) Rev. N. G. Staggers

NW 62 St.died March 17. He at her residence. She is sur- Chrysler's Plymouth car PHILADELPHIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. J. W. Johnson .

is survived by his parents Mr. vived by a husband Thomas; objected to Belafonte's being ABYSCNIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. B. L. Wynn
sisters and four brothers. four daughters Tangela, Ber- touched by a white woman, the ST. MARK BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. C. Wade

Funeral services were con- nett, Joann, Debts; five sons, ad executive has been relieved NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Ft. Lauderdale) Rev. G. W. Phillips

ducted Wednesday, March 20 Sonny, John Edward, Hubert of his duties. ZION HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. P. FreemanMT.
in the chapel. Willie and Kenneth; four sis- The advertising manager, ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Vero Beach) Rev. J. W. Taylor'

William O'Bryant of 16421 ters Gladys Carmel, Carolyn Doyle Lott, objected to singer ZION HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. E. R. Simpson f

NW 18th Ave. died March 14. McGriff, jean McGriff and Patricia Petula Clark's touching the SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. A. B. Coleman .." '
He is survived by his wife Rose Rivers; two brothers arm of Belafonte ina scene fora ST. MARTHA BAPTIST CHURCH (Oak Hill) Rev. E. L. Merrick .
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Car 1 ton and Fred McGriff. forthcoming television spec- EMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. S. L. Badger '
Marie daughter
Thomas; a Funeral services will be con- ial to be aired April over ELIZABETH BAPTIST CHURCH (Arcadia) Rev. C. S. Felder '
Darlene Thomas O'Bryant.
Final rites will be conductedin ducted Thursday, March 21,at NBC network, and sponsoredby MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Bimini) Rev. J. R, Smith .
230 Chrysler's Plymouth Di- BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH (Sarasota) Rev. A. H. Howell "?' '
p.m.Mrs.
Augusta Georgia.San .
vision. MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH (Ft. Pierce) Rev. Cliffen

Muriel Robinson of 667 Belafonte announced the incident OAK GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH.(Geneva) Rev. H. J.. Clark .. ','
Antonio. Airman NW 44th St., died March 17, in last Wednesday through ST. PAUL BAPTIST CHURCH (Badwin) Rev. H. L. Baker ': '
Hospital. She Is sur- NBC in channel inMia mf. MT. ZION PROGRESSIVE BAPTIST CHURCH (Lake Wales) Rev.J. D.Johnson ,
Donald L. Albert son of vived Cedars Iby a father Lee; three The famed singer actor term, NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (st. Petersburg) Rev. J. L. Fennell
Johnny Albert of 636 SW 12th
cousins Alese Gill, Alice ed the.incident "the most out- NEW SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. A. M. Griffin
Ave., Homestead, has com- Washington and George Ben- rageous case of racism Ihave SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH (St. Petersburg) Rev. E. D. Davis "
pleted basic training at Lack- incom- ever seen in the business."
land AFB, Tex. He has been ton. Arrangements are Belafonte. whose wife is The above list covers the State of Florida

assigned to the Air Force plete. white, is one of the most sought FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE (now under construction at
Technical Training Center at after entertainers In the country -
Amarillo AFB, Tex., for spec- Mrs. Ella Sims Hospital.died March Arrangements commanding salaries as NW J 156th St. & LeJeune Rd.)

ialized schooling as a supply 15, in jackson incomplete. high as $5,000 a night.
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22 THEMIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 22, 1968 GREATER MACEDONIA NEW Women's Day at Mt.


Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor Tabor Baptist Church 1

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The chair man,cochairman : -

men, pastor, officers,
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and members of New Macedonia -
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tunity to thank each and every- .Y
one of you who helped to make
our Fourth Annual Men's Day
what it was, both spiritually
and financially. Special thanksto
Rev. I. H. Readons,Rev W. : r r !a ;a !

E. Sims, Rev J. W. Stephenson -
the Male Ushers of the A''i'4i
Ushers' Federation Association ,
of Miami,the Male Chorus
of Greater New Bethel, Opa- 4

1 ti - V (S+l \\ locka, the Male Chorus of LT
First Baptist,Brownsville and
everyone whose names we
cannot mention because of the MRS. L.PENNINGTONI MRS. WILHELMINA SANDS
grr Iou Jn QI IIurrIuntdtt limited amount of space. We Morning Speaker General chairman

thank you. Grand total rais- .
ed, 320429.Congratualtlons
to Junior Deacon Johnny Nix-
: EV' GREEN GREATER NEW BETHEL FRIENDSHIP son on becoming Mr. Greater

I I Rev. J. E.Jenkins,pastor New Macedonia having raised
Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor Ruby L. Carr,reporterTo the highest amount among the
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Alice Irving, reporter and Choir
Minnie Hunter,reporter captains ($342.00))
The pastor is asking all all choir members we No. Two becoming the lead- J

) Ushers, Choir No. Two, the are rehearsing each Thursdayat ing auxiliary ($518.00)). r.k S
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Male Chorus, all group cap- 8 p.m. for our state convention On Sunday afternoon, Rev
tains and the church at largeto which will convene in West W. M. Bouyer and congrega-

accompany him to Mt.Carmel Palm Beach, April -141 Our tion of Pehokee, will be here
0 Baptist Church this Fri- pastor will preach at 230: p.m. for our Annual Fellowship
day at 8 p.m., to render ser- Saturday, April 13 for the JohnI. Services. Members are askedto
vices behalf of Women's Ross Hour. We are expect- bring a box of food.
Day ing to see all of our membersand Brothe Perry White, gen-
There will be Testimonial friends there. eral chairman and Brother
Tea Sunday at the church from Friday, at 8 p.m. our pas- Garfield Leland, cochairman. -
4-6 p.m. Sponsored by the No. tor is expecting to see all choir .
MRS JERALINE JENKINS MRS. CLARETHA B. COOK
One Deaconess Board. You are members and ushers and the
invited to attend. membership at large at First Co-chairman co-chairman

Group captain Sister Eliza- Baptist of Brownsville, Rev. ZION HOPE Sunday, March 24, is Wo- From 4 to 6 p.m. a Spring

beth Johnson announces that W. M. Davis, pastor Our pas Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor ]I men's Day at Mount Tabor Tea and Fashions Array will
dinners will be sold in the tor will preach for the be
pas Sis. E. Jackson, reporter The activities are spearheaded presented. During this
church dining room all day Sa- tor's anniversary. The No. One Choir's Anniversary by Mrs. Wilhelmina event, some of the latest fashions :
The Evergreen Church is turday. Also dinners will be Each Wednesday our pastor will begin Friday f Sands as chairman, Mrs. will be modelled with i
temporarily located at the Mt. sold at the home of group cap- officers and some memberswill night, everyone is invited. 'Jerallne Jenkins and Mrs. Miss Marguerite McKain as *
Aaron which is located at 1701 tain Sister Rosa Cartledge, have prayer at someones Rev. J. E. Jenkins will deliver (Slaretha B. Cookasco-chair- the featured model. The even-
NW 69th Street. 1899 NW 155th Street. Your home who is ill or in distress. the sermon. Sunday at 3 p.m.I'man Our morning speaker is ing service will be a musical jt'
The Junior Young Women patronage will be appreciated. You do not have to be a mem- can we count on your support. ]J Mrs. Leenette pennington, a extravaganza featuring
will have"their first meetingand Usher Board No. Three will ber to receive this service. If We were glad to have Sister t t:eacher in the Dade County various choirs of the city. An W,
program on the fifth Sun be in charge of Auxiliary Sun you know of anyone desiring Leona Johnson out with us Sun- j I;public school system. Come informative as well as inter- "
day, March 31, at 4:30 p.m. It day School class Sunday. prayer, call our pastor or any day for she has been on the sick 'and hear this dynamic speaker' esting program has been :
will be held at the church and The Red Circle meets every member of the church. list for a long time,along with 'expound on the theme: "The planned for your enjoyment.
w.e are asking all to come out Monday at 7:00 p.m.ItJouare The following members of other sick members. ]]Responsibility of Women In Please plan to worship Sunday,
and witness your Juniors inaction between the ages of six and fifteen the BTU will discuss "What Don't forget to pray for the J Preparing Our Youth to Function March 24, with the Mount. ..
--your church of tomor- and Inte res te d,please Christian Life'Has Meant sick and shut-ins,'and come to t Effectively in the Chang- Tabor family we will be expecting 1
row. Theme for the week Is come. To Me:" Deacon Isaac Ethe- church Sunday and have your ]Ing Society." you.
"Jesus the Water of Life." Easter rehearsals will be ridge, Verlie Bobbitt, Sister faith lifted.
Sister C. McNeal,president held at the church Saturday at Lucy Rembert and Dianne CYRIL BAPTISTE DAY AT CHURCH .' ,
12 and at.4 I
noon Monday
p.m.
Sister A. Gibson director. Jones in
Baptism services will beheld Sunday our BTU LAYMEN MEETINGThe OF TRANSFIGURATION
Coming soonl! The first rallyof meeting. We are sure this will .
the church will be held May Sunday night. be interesting.Get The Church of the Trans- Brother Leo Hogan. '
26, let's all continue to do our BTU is held every Sunday at well wishes are extended Miami District Laymen figuration (Episcopal) Opa- Also at this service another
part as we have done in the past 6:00 p.m. to Sister Edna M.Griffin in fourth Sunday's meeting will locka will honor Cyril Bap- church boy, Calvin Patterson,
Prayer services are held be at Hurst Chapel AME, Per- tiste faithful will be honored as an outstand-
to fulfill our obligations. We Christian Hospital and Sister a member and
every Tuesdayat8:00p.m.Let rine, March 24th, at 3 p.m. former ing player at Miami Carol City
sincerely hope this will be our Elizabeth Daughtery and Brother Acolyte on Sunday,
first and final rally before we us pray for sick and shut-ins. Jimmy Austin in Jackson Please plan to attend. March 24, at the 10.45; a.m. Senior High.Calvin is a Jun

move into our own building.You Memorial Hospital and to all Rev. J. B. Garmon, pastor, Solemn Sung Mass for the most ior.The
Mr. Zack is
are cordially invited to at- sick members. Ferguson president outstanding basketball playerin trophies will be pre-
Dade County. sented to them by their priest,
tend.Deacon ST. PAUL I
R.L. Taylor,chair- Father Elisha S. Clarke, Jr. ..:

Rev. T. C. Kelley 4111.1,1111111111111.111111111111....................\..............................r11/ Cyril is a Senior at Archbishop To this service the public is
man.To pastor Curly High School.
11 you who worship with us, cordially invited. ,
your presence at our church Mary Amos,reporterThe The guest preacher will be Father Elisha S.Clarke,Jr. '
Second Annual Men's
has been most appreciative. pastor is looking forward Day the Principal of the school, vicar. i:.

We urge you to continue to keep for all members of Choir
up the good work. No. One, as many officers and At Drake Memorial ST. MARY'S SINAI
Anderson and members to and with MT.
Rev. come
congre- go minister
: :5; Rev. H. V.Stuart,
gation will render services at him to Mt. ZionChurch,Danla Members let us not forget "-

our church Friday, March 22, Sunday, March 24,at 330pm.: that Sunday, March 24, is Rev. Cleo Albury, pastor
beginning at 8 p.m. You are at this time he will deliver the Testimonial Day. The Male Patricia Austin reporter
cordially invited to attend. corner stone setting message, p"'R Choir will furnish music all
On the fourth Sunday March the' Rev L. R. Brown is the day Usher Board No.One will On Thursday, March 21, at
24, Rev. Slatter and congregation pastor serve during the 11 a.m. ser- 8 p.m. The Rev. K. E, Rogersand II'
will render services at Rev. W. F. Tanner of Coco vice and Board No. Two will members of the Mt. Olive
our church beginning at 3 p.m. nut Grove, and his congregation serve during the 7 p.m. ser Baptist Church will render
Your attendance will be most will be here March 31, in service in behalf of Sis.Clara

appreciative. an after service program in 1 vice.We are looking forward to Brooks and her group. Please
Our prayers are extended to behalf of Male Choirs to benefit the fifth Sunday in which the plan to attend.

the sick; not that our will be Men's Day.Brother Ways and Means will presentus Mrs. Williams would like to
done, but that God's will be Joe Mays will appear with a special program.To thank her group and everyone
rBROTHER
done. here Sunday, March 24, a 11 parents, let us not that worked so diligently in :
_ in concert in an after service forget Lenten Bank helping to .'
I our that make the Saint :
DAYSPRING program (Sunday night) this is was sent out by the Sunday Patrick's Tea and Fashion a
to benefit Men's Day. I School. Banks are to be returned success and the dinner sale. "
Rev. W. M. Slater pastor The Gibbs Club invites ,
C. A. ----- - on Palm
BROTHER LEROY Sunday,April ,.
Sis. Alexander, reporterThe you to attend their annual Sip WILLIAM TRIPP 7. A prize will be given to the will Mortgage be held Burning services
Ministers and Deacons at the home of Mr. and Mrs. RICHARDSONChairman Co-chairman one with the on March 31, at
largest amount in
Union will convene here March Edward Braynon 1160NW55th Frances will introduce the their bank. to 3 p.m. Begin now to make plans

E8 thru 31. The Youth Choir Terrace, Sunday, March 24, morning attend. "
The men of Drake are invit- speaker.The The Men's Day committeeare ,
trill have a Hay ride on Saturday from 4-6p.m. chalrmanandco-chair Congratulations MountSinai I
ing you to attend their Second still asking for your sup I"
March 23, at 6 p.m. Tic- The Easter Program will be Annual Men's Day on Sunday, man are asking all membersto port during their sales every for coming out in such a large ,
_ lets are only 75 cents.See any given by the Sunday School,all March 24. The mornlig speaker please see one of the following Saturday at the church. Din- number in helping to support ,
member of tho Youth Choir or children who will like to be on will be Mr. Willie Fuller captains on or before Sun ners and sandwiches are being the Foreign Missions at the ':'

:Rev. Slater. Refreshmentsfree. program please come out to :and the evening speaker will day evening. Deacon Willie sold For your order to be delivered banquet Friday, March 15, at
Sunday school and contact any 1 be Mr. Nelson Adams Sr. The Green, Brother George please call 758-1601. Johnson Hall. Our pastor delivered t'
The YoungMatroonswill sell Sunday school teacher for furI,theme for Men's Day,Launch Gamble and Brother Frank Our sick and shut-ins, will an inspiring address. '

dinners Saturday, and Bar- ther information. I,Out In The Deep." Our speak- McKoy. appreciate a visit or a phone Visitors are welcome to :,
B-Q on the church lawn. Re- Remember our sick and ,ers are men who are out in the Many thanks to the membersand call, even a card from you. It worship with us at all times '
member let us all pray and shut-ins and pray for their ,deep in civic, community, and friends who attend the song will let them know that you are Let us continue to pray for our ,
fistt the sick and shut-ins. recovery. ;religious work. Mr.Daniel fest on last Sunday night still thinking about them. sick members.



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; Rock Returns For EPISCOPAL
Elder Revival CHRIST I
Alb Delivers Stirring
r Rev. Cleo
j, Fa. T. R. Gibson, rector ory
Elder Calvin B. Rock, for- tiful new church at 2500 NW Antoinette Silver,reporter

., mer pastor of Bethany 50th Street, shortly after its More than 150 senior high IOn
Seventh-day Adventist Church completion, Elder Rock and students attended the East Address at Foreign Mission Banquet

t.', returns to Miami to conduct a his family moved to Detroit, Coast Archdeanery Con- ,
beginning next Satur- the remain in the back ground. A and obviously Rev. Johnson
revival Michigan, where he was pastorof ference held on March 1517at Friday evening Bap- ,
day, March 23, at 11 a.m.Re- the Te m pie Seventh-Day Saint Thomas Episcopal tist W 0 m e n' s Council sponsored large number of members of was deeply moved. Mrs.

vival services will be held Adventist Church Church. Dr. Ed Flemming was their second annual ban Mt. Sinai were asked to stand Sharpe presented a check for

each night beginning Sunday, Elder R. 'L. Woodfork, the the speaker at all of the ses- quet at Saint John Baptist and there was a special tribute $ZOO from the Baptist Wo-

at 7:30: p.m.ELDER. present pastor came to Miami sions and was very entertaining Church. Quite a satisfactory paid Mrs. Lee Etta Thomas, men's Council and Rev. Johnson

upon Elder Rock's leaving. and informative. There number of Christian men and widow of the late pastor of Mt. who is State Secretary to

Elder Rock Isnowassociate were E..C. members from women turned out to participate Sinai the National Baptist Foreign

secretary of the Ministerial various cities of the state who and to support this great Those serving on finance Mission Board, stated that

Association of the Southern lived in the homes of membersof cause. Mrs. I.C. Mickins pre- were Mrs. Rosalie Sharpe of there is a sizeable contribution

Union Conference of Seventh- St. Thomas' congregation. sided in her usual dignified Zion Hope; Mrs. Claudia Wilson coming from St John and

Day Adventist covering the Some of the topics of discus- manner and greeted the audi- of New Providence; Mrs. others.

States of Alabama,Mississippi sion were "Freedom, Love ence with charm and culture.Dr. Ella Bakertreasurer.Several The banquet was catered by

A .a Kentucky, Tennessee, N. Superego and etc." Since this Irene Pratt stated the hundred dollars were St. John and the food and ser-

and S. Carolina, Georgia and was the first of an annual event occasion and hearts were raised the committee reported. vice was excellent.The Bap-.
Florida. His headquarters for moved as she told the story. Mrs. Julia Drake of
is everyone is now waiting -
i yY P in Atlanta. next year's. Rev. William Washington and Friendship Baptist Church dida

Pastor Rock will conduct a The EYCissponsoring a Mrs.. Valdez Murray thrilledthe fine job in making all arrang- any way to make this affair a
their beautiful ments. Just before the bene-
audience with

family week revival planned Musical Recital on Palm Sun- success.
for youth and adults. He will day, April 7, a t 5 p.m. This voices giving encore after diction given by Rev. Atchi- The next meeting of the

present such subjects as recital will be featuring youthof encore. Rev. Albury,pastor of son, Rev. Albury presented a Council will convene at Mt.

"Home Sweet home, preludeto the community such as De- Mt. Sinai Baptist Church, was check for $500 from his Zion Baptist on Friday, March
introduced by the Rev. Thed- c h u r c h, a church deeply involved -
marriage the Reddick 22 at 8
first three lores Sands, Eleanor p.m. .
years, what's wrong with Angela Robinson, Maxima ford Johnson, pastor of St. in foreign missions.

B. ROCK sex, one and one makes two" dance Cooper John Rev. Albury, dynamic
C. etc. Crummtty Lloyd Ballard, the Shootes, speaker, was at his best and ,,,.. ... ..-_ x .

Elder Rock was pastor herein Trio and others. Come paid tribute to those responsi-
Miami from 1957 to 1963. The public is Invited to the many able for the affair which was to
out and enjoy yourself.On .
j It was during his pastorate revival at the Bethany Seventh Sunday March 17, Fa. aid foreign mission. Sharingthe
here that he led the congregation Day Adventist Church, 2500 at platform with the speakerwas
the beau- NW 50 Street. Gibson_ _was_ guest speaker. '
in constructing Rev. J. E. Jenkins ;
pastor -
'. Saint Phillips Church in west
Palm Beach. of Friendship Baptist; Rev. L.4%

ANTIOCH ST. LUKE Sincere sympathy is ex- Samuel Atchison,pastor of Mt.

Rev. J. W. Stepherson, pastor Rev. 0. Taylor, pastor tended to the Bethel family foth rWashington Calvary ; Rev.William
a member of the
Sunday, March 24, 3 p.m. the Sis. E. McNeal, reporter loss of their mother. ,
school
public system and is
No. Two Usher Board will Choir No. Two will observe Get well wishes are extended -

celebrate its anniversary. their first anniversary begin- to Mrs. Beatrice Alston,,, taking post-graduate work at
the University of Miami Dr.
Bethlehem Baptist Church will ning March 22, and will con- Mrs. Carolyn Paine and Mr,' Irene ;
G. Pratt and Rev.Thed- .iMr
be their guest church. Plan clude March 24, at 3:00 p.m. John Knowles. ford Johnson. ..

now to attend. Deacon Ernest Everyone is cordially invitedto
A
special table was ar- .a
I Pierce, president. attend. ranged for the large number of
Choir No. Two presents the The would like to
pastor remind PALM SUNDAY TEA minister's wives who were
famed Brothe Joe Mays and all members that on the
The Senior Pulpit A id Boardof presented later in the evening.A .
the Biblical Gospel Singers of 28th the church at large will tribute to
Greater BethelAME Church was paid Miss
Boston Massachusetts at the him to the Rev.P. .
accompany Marie
cordially invites you to attendits M. White by Mrs. Mick-
Brownsville ImprovementAs- D. Brantly. Choirs No.One Twenty-first Annual Palm ins who serves as First Vice i iN.
\.. sociation Building, 2741 NW 49 and Two and the King Belairs I d.
Sunday Tea, April 7, from 4 to President. Mrs. Mickins
Street Thursday, March 21, will render the music.
6 p.m. in the lower auditoriumat stated that Miss White was the
8:30 The public is invited. We are also reminding all
p.m. behind the throne
245 NW 8th Street. power a
Other guest the Mighty Won- members that our series of worker who also N l
Mrs. Margaret Carey great encour- :
ders, the Utility Voices and the program for our Women's others to work p,4':2 .....
president, Rev. S. A. Cousin, ages prefer-
Weary Travelers Day have begun and everyoneis pastor. ring not to come forward but
There will be a battle of asked to participate. Our

songs between Taylor Bro- chairman and co-chairman for '
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thers and the Smiling Jubleesof this year are Sister Taylor and CHRISTIAN NEW HOPERev. THE WILLIAMSSISTERS J

Miami, Saturday night, Sister Lightfoot. They are FELLOWSHIPRev.
March 23, at the YMCA 5770 asking all members to please W.E. Sims, pastor The Williams Sisters Inspi- welcome to attend, don't miss

k, NW 15th Ave., sponsored by give your full cooperation in P. S. Brown, pastor Loraine Fuller, reporterThe rational singers will be this dynamic group of singersof

y No One: Choir, Deacon David all programs and to work hard M. L. Nixon, reporterThe Deaconesses are plan- featured in a gospel concert this city, Sunday, March 24,

Lewis, president. to make this Women's Day a Sunday School is con- ning a Dinner sale Saturday, along with Vernice Ross, The at 3 p.m., at New Shlloah Baptist -

Get well wishs are extended successful one as we 11 as a tinuing to grow and progress. March 23, at the church you Rossettess, White Rose Sing- Church, 1395 NW 69th St.

to the following members: joyful one.All those who would The superintendent, Sister may call 696-7745 for deliveryor ers and many other groups.All

Sisters Minnie Lee,Cordle L. like a table for the CalenderTea Josephine: Love, appreciatesthe stop by the church delicious fellow- friends and well wishers are Rev. A. M. Griffin, pastor.
confidence and ship and enjoy a
Silars, Patsy Watkins, Re- are asked to see Sister coopera-
tion shown to her by the church meal. Dinners are ready at 11
FIRST BAPTIST
becca Wilson, and Brothers Williams % ANTIOCH BAPTIST
and community. She is askingthe a.m. donation $1.00.
I Samuel Williams, Willie Let us not forgettoprayandvisit parents to continue to send The presidents of all auxil- Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor Rev. p. W. Wiggins, pastor.
Thomas Alfred Mingo Joe the sick and shut-ins.
,
Howard and bring their children to iaries are urging all membersto Donella Turner, reporterThe The Male Chorus Antioch

Sunday School. Easter prac- please come outtotheir church and pastor will Baptist under the leadershipof

JORDAN GROVERev. tice will be at the home of Sis hearsals and meeting on your worship with the Antioch Bap- Mr. Casey Graham, and the

TEMPLE ter Constance Sandilands at various meeting nights. tist Church in Liberty City,the Male Chorus of Jordon Grove

Douglas Cook, pastor 1820 NW 69th St., each even- Easter f practice is in process first Sunday in April, for the will be in a battle of songs at

Funeral services for the Eddie Gilbert, reporterOn ing at 5 p.m. Send your child every Thursday at 5:30 Rev. P. W. Wiggins annivers Antioch, 1899 NW 64th St., on
late J. Johnson will be held Saturday there will In
Friday night Sister Bernice Kerson
ren to take a part in this ac- p.m. Sunday, March 24,at 300pm.
at 2 p.m. Mr. Johnsonand be a Solo Contest between SIs- tivity. charge. ary.Saturday, at 4p.m., the Sun- Won't you come out and give

his wife, Mrs. E. John- ter Leacy Williams Jordan The Trustee Board is spon- Prayer meeting, Bible class shine Band will hold its regu- your fullest support to the

son, were former members of Grove and Sister Bernice Jennings soring an Old Fashion Dinner every Thursday, at 8:00 p.m. lar meeting. All members are group of your choice?
,
Temple. The couple returnedto of St. Matthews Freewill Spread Sunday, March 31, at Continue to pray for the sick;i; asked to please attend. The No. Two Usher Board

Nassau a few years ago.He Baptist Church. The public Is the Liberty Square Community ;and shut-ins, bereaved fami- The members invite their will present its annual Twi-

came to Miami for medical invited. Center. The public is invitedto lies and mankind everywhere. friends to come and help them light Tea at the home of Mr.
treatment and died on March Saturday night, the Deacons celebrate their Sixth and
come out and enjoy eating pastors Mrs. James Adams, 2462
14.
will sponsor a tea at the homeof "Southern food. Anniversary. Beginning Wednesday
good style" NW 56 St., onSaturday, March
The No. Two Choir, Mrs. Sis. and Rev.Douglas Cook, CHURCH OFTRANSIFURATION night March 20 and cli- 30, at 7 p.m.Thursday.
Birdie Hunter, president, will 2831 NW 190th St. The publicis max1ngSundayafternoonMarch
have its ST. JOHN AME night before the
home-coming program invited.On .
24. The Rev. O W. Foster first Sunday in April will be

elaborate Sunday, at 3:30 p.m. An Sunday, at 3 p.m.the No. Rev. W.A.Curray,pastor Fa. Elisha S.Clarke,Jr.vicar will ,deliver the anni- the beginning of the, observance -
program has been Two Choir will sponsor a MarkWomen's versary sermon.To .
Dr. F. A. Allen, presiding of the pastor's Third
prepared for the occasion. The Episcopal Churchwomen -
Day program.The elder, Miami District will hold all the sick and shut-ins Anniversary.
Friends are invited. Deaconesses will sell are sponsoring their Annual
the second Quarterly Conference may you soon recover and re-
The Templeites will sing for cake after service on Sunday in Friday, at 8:00 p.m. All passion Sunday Musicaland turn to worship service.CHRISTIAN .
the of the Cheru-
services presentation
Sunday morningand the kitchen.
boards are asked to make their NEW PROVIDENCEOur
the No. Coe Choir during Prayer meeting every written and financial report. bin, age Infancy to 5,the$era-

the evening. Tuesday, at 7:30p.m. Pray for phin, age 6 to 12 and the A rch-
The conference closes Sunday SCIENCE"The
the sick and shut-ins,and visi- angel age 13 to 18, on Sunday Eighth Annual Women's
with the de-
morning sermon
welcome. March 31, 4:30 p.m., 1560NW witheredth the Day will be oservedattheNew
tors are always grass ,
livered the elder. c
by presiding
PEACEFUL ZION 19th >ve., Opalocka.An flower fadeth: but the word of Providence Baptist Church,
Combined choirs of St. John 760 NW 53rd Street
Sunday
God shall stand forever. ,
Rev. C, P. Preston,pastor will serve throughout the day. our
inspiring program is being This verse from Isaiah is part March 24. We have chosen two

Louise Washington,reporter Usher Board No. One will prepared for you. Our of the responsive reading of dynamic young ladies for your ..

Sunday, March 24, is Youth 88th ANNIVERSARYThe serve. guest speaker will be Rev.:' the Bible lesson to be read in intertainment.The << .
Day, the youth are asking all Evening worship, at 6:30
Stafford Sweeting,priest of the all Christian Science morning speaker will be
members and friends to come pastor and members of p.m., the pastor will deliverthe Orthodox Church in Carol Churches this Sunday on the Mrs. Beatrice Powell Waldronof
; out
and enjoy yourself all churches in the perrlne message.The City. subject "Matter." West Palm Beach.

are On Sunday morning the men area are invited to attend the men were very successful A job that once seemed like The evening speaker will be

sponsoring aBreakfast 88th anniversary of the in their Men's Day, rais- U you have not entered your opportunity Itself may seem Mrs. Lillie Muse Doles of this
j Sale at the church at 8 '* '
a.m.
The Knights of Pythians and Courtof ing a total of 170000. child or children please do it like prison now. But new free- city. We invite you toplannow .

No. One Choir is sponsoring C a 1 ant h e s Thanksgiving Tuesday, at 8:15 p.m. class now today. It' is not to late. dom can begin with a renewedand to attend this occasion and

I a sale at the church,Sa- Program Sunday, March 24,at meeting. Wednesday night For information please call deepened relationship to hear these ladies speak.
turday.
friends We are asking all our 3:00 p.m. at Sweetfield Bap- Choir No. Onerehearsal. ,Mrs., Alice Harrison, presi- God. Listen Sunday, March 24, Mrs. Ruth Smith, chairmanand
and members to come
out and Our tist Church, corner 'Marler Thursday night Choir No.Two dent of E. C.W. or Mrs. Cleo to "Overcoming that Trapped Mrs. Ruby Shelly, cochairman -

enjoy yourself and Plaza streets, Rev. P. J. rehearsal. Friends are always Webb, musical chairman.The Feeling at Work," over radio Rev. C. J. Burney,
prayers out to the sick and
: shut-ins.go Curry, pastor. welcome to attend. public is invited. station WMBM at 1:45: p.m. pastor.

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. 22 TH-EMIA-'M'-I'-T'I-M', E'S", Friday- '' March' 22, ,1968' GREATER NEWMACEDONIA F Women's Day at Mt. ::1

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Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor Church
I Tabor Baptist
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and members of New Macedonia -
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tunity to thank each and every- ,
I .\ :::1; one of you who helped to make L
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; financially. Special thanks
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J J to Rev. I. H. Readons,Rev W.
1ti E. Sims, Rev. J. W. Stephenson -
{ ti Li the Male Ushers of the

Ushers' Federation Associa- ,4
} tion of Miami,the Male Chorusof I

( Greater New Bethel, Opa- 1
i ; u Iyy locka, the Male Chorus of
First Baptist,Brownsville and
everyone whose names we "
cannot mention because of the MRS. L.PENNINGTON1 MRS. WILHELMINA SANDS
grr Iou 3nI
thank you. Grand total rais- I

ed, 320429.Congratualtions
to Junior Deacon johnny Nix-
I EV3GREEN GREATER NEW BETHEL FRIENDSHIP son on becoming Mr. Greater

I' Rev. J. E.Jenkins,pastor New Macedonia having raised
Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor Ruby L. Carr,reporterTo the highest amount among the
w, Alice Irving, reporter
and Choir
Minnie Hunter,reporter captains ($342.00))
The pastor is asking all all choir members ware e 1! No. Two on becoming the lead-
) Ushers, Choir No. Two, the rehearsing each Thursdayat ing auxiliary ($518.00)).
Male Chorus, all group cap- 8 p.m. for our state conven On Sunday afternoon, Rev. R
tains and the church at largeto tion which will convene In West: W. M. Bouyer and congrega-

accompany him to Mt.Car- Palm Beach, April 9 14. Our. tion of Pehokee, will be here "
mel Baptist Church this Fri- pastor will preachat230pm. for our Annual Fellowship
day at 8 p.m., to render ser- Saturday, April 13 for the John' Services. Members are askedto
? vices behalf of Women's I. Ross Hour. We are expect- bring a box of food.

Day.There ing to see all of our membersand Brothe Perry White, gen-
will be Testimonial friends there. eral chair man and Brother -

Tea Sunday at the church from Friday, at 8 p.m. our pastor Garfield Leland, cochairman. _____
4-6 p.m. Sponsored by the No. is expecting to see all choir -
MRS. COOK
MRS JERALINE JENKINS CLARETHA B.
One Deaconess Board. You are members and ushers and the
invited to attend. membership at large at First Co-chairman co-chairman ,I

Group captain Sister Eliza- Baptist of Brownsville, Rev. ZION HOPE Sunday, March 24, is Wo From 4 to 6 p.m. a Spring

beth Johnson announces that W. M. Davis, pastor, Our pas Rev. Paul Freeman pastor men's Day at Mount Tabor. Tea and Fashions Array will
A dinners will be sold in the tor will preach for the pas Sis. E. Jackson, reporterThe The activities are spearheaded be presented.. During this

-...."--- church dining room all day Sa- tor's anniversary.. No. One Choir's Anniversary by Mrs. Wilhelmina event, some of the latest fashions -
The Evergreen Church is turday. Also dinners will be Each Wednesday our pastor will begin Friday Sands as chairman, Mrs. will be modelled with
temporarily located at the Mt. sold at the home of group captain officers and some memberswill night, everyone is Invited. J era 11 n e Jenkins and Mrs. Miss Marguerite McKain as
Aaron which is located 1701 Sister Rosa Cartledge, have prayer at someones Rev. J. E. Jenkins will deliver Claretha B. Cook as cochairman. the featured model. The even-
NW 69th Street. 1899 NW 155th Street. Your home who is ill or in distress. the sermon. Sunday at 3 p.m. Our morning speaker is ing service will be a musical

The Junior Young Women patronage will be appreciated. You do not have to be a mem- can we count on your support.We Mrs. Leenette pennington, a extravaganza featuring .;:.;;t.+
will havetheir first meetingand Usher Board No. Three will ber to receive this service. If were glad to have Sister teacher in the Dade County various choirs of the city. An .
program on the fifth Sun- be in charge of Auxiliary Sun- you know of anyone desiring Leona Johnson out with us Sun public school system. Come informative as well as Inter- '

day, March 31, at 4:30 p.m. It day School class Sunday. prayer, call our pastor or any day for she has been on the sick and hear this dynamic speaker' esting program has been
will be held at the church and The Red Circle meets every member of the church. list for a long time,along with expound on the theme; "The planned for your enjoyment.
jje are asking all to come out Monday at 7:00 p.m. If you are The following members of other sick members. Responsibility of Women In Please plan to worship Sunday,
and witness your Juniors In ac- between the ages of six and fifteen the BTU will discuss "What Don't forget to pray for the Preparing Our Youth to Func- March 24, with the Mount '

tion--your church of tomorrow andinterestedpleasecome. Christian Life'Has MeantTo sick and shut-ins, and come to tion Effectively in the Chang- Tabor family we will be expecting :-
Theme for the week is ing Society." '
Me: Deacon Isaac Ethe- church Sunday and have your you.Brother
"Jesus the Water of Life." Easter rehearsals will be ridge, Verlie Bobbitt, Sister faith lifted
Sister C. McNeal,president held at the church Saturday at Lucy Rembert and Dianne CYRIL BAPTISTE DAY AT CHURCH J
12 and at 4
noon Monday
p.m.
Sister A. Gibson, director. Baptism services will be Jones, Sunday in our BTU LAYMEN MEETINGThe OF TRANSFIGURATION I
Coming soon! The first rally meeting. We are sure this will
of the church will be held May held Sunday night. be interesting.Get The Church of the Trans- Leo Hogan. :
26, let's all continue to do our BTU is held every Sunday at well wishes are extended Miami District Laymen figuration (Episcopal) Opa- Also at this service another

part as we have done in the past 6:00 p.m. to Sister Edna M.Griffin in fourth Sunday's meeting will locka will honor Cyril Bap- church boy, Calvin Patterson,
Prayer services are held be at Hurst Chapel AME, Per- tiste faithful will be honored as an outstandIng -
to fulfill our obligations. We Christian Hospital and Sister a member and
every Tuesdayat8OOp.m.Let rine, March 24th, at 3 p.m. former player at Miami Carol City
sincerely hope this will be our Elizabeth Daughtery and Bro Acolyte on Sunday,
us pray for sick and shut-ins. Please plan to attend. March 24 Senior High.Calvin is a Jun-
first and final rally before we ther Jimmy Austin in Jackson at the 10:45 a.m.
move Into our own building.You Memorial Hospital and to all Rev. J. B. Garmon, pastor, Solemn Sung Mass for the most ior.The
Mr. Zack is
are cordially invited at- sick members. Ferguson presi- outstanding basketball playerin trophies will be pre-
dent. Dade County. sented to them by their priest,
tend.Deacon ST. PAUL
R. L. Taylor,chair- Father Elisha S. Clarke, Jr.

Rev. T. C. .................................................................................... .. Cyril is a Senior at Arch- To this service the public is
man.To Kelley, pastor :
bishop Curly High School.
you who worship with us, cordially invited.
Amos
your presence at our church Mary ,reporterThe Second Annual Men's The guest preacher will be Father Elisha S. Clarke,Jr.
Day the
has been most appreciative.We pastor is looking forward principal oftheschool, vicar.
urge you to continue to keep for all members Choir
up the good work. No.,One, as many officers and At Drake Memorial ST. MARY'S SINAI
Rev. Anderson and members to come and with MT.
congregation go = ::1 Rev. H. V.Stuart, minister
will render services at him to Mt. Z ion Church,Dania Members let us not forget
our church Friday March 22 ,;Sunday March 24 at 3:30p.m.
: that Sunday, March 24, is Rev. Cleo Albury pastor
at this time he will deliver the ,
beginning at 8 p.m. You are Testimonial Day. The Male Patricia Austin reporter
cordially invited to attend.On corner stone setting message, Choir will furnish music all
the fourth Sunday March, the' Rev. L, R. Brown is the day. Usher Board No.One will On Thursday, March 21, at
24, Rev. Slatter and congre- pastor serve during the 11 a.m. ser- 8 p.m. The Rev. K. E. Rogersand
gation will render services at Rev. W. F. Tanner of Coconut vice and Board No. Two will members of the Mt. Olive

our church beginning at 3 p.m. Grove, and his congregation serve during the 7 p.m. ser Baptist Church will render
Your attendance will be most will be here March 31, in service in behalf of Sis. Clara

appreciative. an after service program in vice.We are looking forward to Brooks and her group. Please
Our prayers are extended to behalf of Male Choirs to benefit the fifth Sunday In which the plan to attend.

the sick; not that our will be Men's Day.Brother Ways and Means will presentus Mrs. Williams would like to
done, but that God's will be Joe Mays will appear 0 with a special program.To thank her group and everyone

done. here Sunday, March 24, all parents, let us not that worked so diligently in
in concert in an after service forget our Lenten Bank that helping to make the Saint
DAYSPRINGRev. program (Sunday night) this is .t was sent out by the Sunday Patrick's Tea and Fashion a '
to benefit Men's Day. School. Banks success and the
are to be returned dinner sale.
W. M. Slater,pastorSis. The C. A,GIbbs Club invites .- .-iI: ,_ on Palm
Alexander BROTHER LEROY BROTHER WILLIAM Sunday,April Mortgage Burning serviceswill
reporterThe you to attend their annual Sip TRIPP 7. A prize will be given to the be
held
Ministers and Deacons at the home of Mr. and Mrs. RICHARDSONChairman Co-chairman one with the on March 31, at
largest amount in
Union will convene here March Edward Braynon 1160NW55th Frances will introduce the their bank. to 3 p.m.Begin now to make plans

18 thru 31. The Youth Choir Terrace, Sunday, March 24, The men of Drake are invit- morning speaker. The Men's Day committeeare attend.
rill have a Hay ride on Saturday from 4-6p.m. The chairmanandcochairman Congratulations Mount Sinai
ing you to attend their Second still asking for your sup
March 23, at 6 p.m. Tickets The Easter Program will be Annual Men's Day on Sunday, are asking all membersto port during their sales every for coming out in such a large
are only 75 cents,See any given by the Sunday School,all March 24. The morning speaker please see one of the following Saturday at the church. Din- number in helping to supportthe
member of tho Youth Choir or children who will like to be on will be Mr. Willie Fuller captains on or before Sun ners and sandwiches are being Foreign Missions at the

:Rev. Slater. Refreshments program please come out to and the evening speaker will day evening Deacon Willie sold. For your order to be delivered banquet Friday' March 15, at
free Sunday school and contact any be Mr. Nelson Adams Sr. The Green, Brother George please call 7581601. Johnson Hall. Our pastor delivered -
The YoungMatroons sell Sunday school teacher for fur- theme for Men's Day,"LaunchOut Gamble and Brother Frank Our sick and shut-ins, will an inspiring address.

,dinners Saturday, and Bar- ther information. In The Deep." Our speakers McKoy. appreciate a visit or a phone Visitors are welcome to
; $-Q oo the church lawn. Remember Remember our sick and are men who are out in the Many thanks to the membersand call, even a card from you. it worship with us at all times
let us all pray and shut-ins and pray for their friends who attend the will let
deep in civic, community, and song them know that you are Let us continue to pray for our
flsit the sick and shut-ins. recovery. religious work. Mr.Daniel fest on last Sunday night. still thinking about them. sick members.


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Elder Rock Returns For Revival CHRIST EPISCOPAL,

i Fa. T. R. Gibson, rector r Rev. Cleo Albury Delivers Stirring

Elder Calvin B. Rock, former tiful new church at 2500 NW Antoinette Silver,reporter

I pastor of Bethany 50th Street, shortly after its More than 150 senior high
': Seventh-day Adventist Church completion, Elder Rock and students! attended the East Address at Foreign Mission limpet

'; returns to Miami to conduct a his family moved to Detroit, Coast Archdeanery Con- -

revival beginning next Satur- Michigan, where he was pastor ference held on March 1517at On Friday evening the Bap- remain in the back ground. A and obviously, Rev. John
March 23 at 11 Re- of the large number of members of son was deeply moved. Mrs.
day, a.m. Temple Seventh-Day Saint Thomas Episcopal tist W 0 m 8 n s Council sponsored -
vival services will be held Adventist Church. EdFlemmingwasthe their second annual ban Mt. Sinai were asked to stand Sharpe presented a check for
Church. Dr.
,. each night beginning Sunday, Elder R. 'L. Woodfork, the speaker at all of the ses- quet at Saint John Baptist and there was a special tribute $200 from the Baptist Wo-

at 7:30 p.m. present pastor came to Mia- sions and was very entertaining Church. Quite a satisfactory paid Mrs. 'Lee Etta Thomas, men's Council and Rev. Johnson -

mi upon Elder Rock's leaving. and informative. There number of Christian men and widow of the late pastor of Mt. who is State Secretary to

Elder Rock is nowassoc1a.te were E..C. members from women turned out to participate Sinai the National Baptist Foreign

secretary of the Ministerial various cities of the state who I and to support this great Those serving on finance Mission Board, stated that

Association of the Southern lived in the homes of membersof cause. Mrs. I. C. Mickins pre- were Mrs. Rosalie Sharpe of there Is a sizeable contribu-

H Union Conference of Seventh- St. Thomas' congregation. sided In her usual dignified Zion Hope; Mrs. Claudia Wil- tion coming from St John and

Day Adventist covering the Some of the topics of discussion manner and greeted the audience son of New Providence; Mrs. others.

States of Alabama,Mississip- were "Freedom, Love I with charm and culture. Ella Bakertreasurer. The banquet was catered by

pi, Kentucky, Tennessee, N. Superego and etc." Since this I Dr. Irene Pratt stated the Several hundred dollars were St. John and the food and ser-
and occas Ion and hearts were raised the committee reported. vice was excellent. Bap-
S. Carolina, Georgia and was the first of an annual even t l
Florida. His headquarters is everyone Is now waiting for. moved as she told the story. Mrs. Julia Drake of tist Women's Council is grateful -

in Atlanta. next year's. Rev. William Washington and Friendship Baptist Church dida to everyone who helped in

Pastor Rock will conduct a The EYCissponsorlnga Mrs.. Valdez Murray thrilled fine job in making all arrang- any way to make this affair a
I the audience with their beautiful ments. Just before the bene-
family week
revival planned Musical Recital on Palm Sun- success.
for youth and adults. He will day, April 7, a t 5 p.m. This voices giving encore after diction given by Rev. Atchi- The next meeting of the

present such subjects as recital will be featuring youthof encore. Rev. Albury,pastor of son, Rev. Albury presented Council will convene at Mt.

"Home Sweet home, preludeto the community such as De- Mt. Sinai Baptist Church, was check for $500 from his Zion Baptist on Friday, March

marriage, the first three lores Sands, Eleanor Reddick, introduced by the Rev. Thed- church, a church deeply involved 22, at 8 p.m. .
ford Johnson pastor of St. in foreign missions,
years, what's wrong with Angela Robinson, Maxima ,

ELDER C. B. ROCK sex, one and one makes two," Crummtty, Clarice Cooper, John Rev. Albury, adynamic
etc. Ballard the Shootes speaker, was at his best and
Lloyd .
Rock was pastor herein !
Elder paid tribute to those responsiable Y Y
and others. Come Xhr
Trio
I' Miami from 1957 to 1963. The public is invited to the many for the affair which was to
out and enjoy yourself
It was during his pastorate revival at the Bethany Seventh On Sunday March 17, Fa. aid foreign mission. Sharingthe
here that he led the congregation Day Adventist Church, 2500 at platform with the speakerwas
Gibson was guest speaker
the beau- NW 50 Street.
in constructing
Saint Phillips Church in West Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor -

: Palm Beach. of Friendship Baptist;Rev.

ANTIOCHRev. ST. LUKERev. Sincere sympathy is ex- Samuel Atchison,pastor of Mt.

J. W. Stepherson, pastor 0. Taylor, pastor tended to the Bethel family for Calvary Baptit; Rev.William
Washington a member of the
Sunday, March 24,3 p.m.the Sis. E. McNeal, reporter th loss of their mother. public school, system and Is
No. Two Usher Board will Choir No. Two will observe Get well wishes are extended -

celebrate l its anniversary. their first anniversary begin- to Mrs. Beatrice Alston, taking post-graduate work at
the University of Miami Dr.
Bethlehem Baptist Church will ning March 22, and will con- Mrs. Carolyn Paine and Mr. Irene ; pTHE
G. Pratt and Rev.Thed-
be their guest church. Plan clude March 24, at 3:00 p.m. John Knowles. ford Johnson.A .

now to attend. Deacon Ernest Everyone is cordially invitedto
special table was arranged -
Pierce president. attend. for the large number of
Choir No. Two presents the The would like to
pastor remind PALM SUNDAY TEA minister's wives who were
famed Brother Joe Mays and all members that on the
The Senior Pulpit Aid Board presented later in the evening.A .
the Biblical Gospel Singers of 28th the church at large will tribute b
of Greater Bethel A ME Church was paid to Miss
Boston Massachusetts at the him to the Rev.P. .
accompany
Marie
cordially Invites you to attendits M. White by Mrs. Mick-
Brownsville Improvement D. Brantly. Choirs No. One
Twenty-first Annual Palm Ins who serves as First Vice r
;,. sociation Building, 2741 NW 49 and Two and the King Belairs
Sunday Tea, April 7, from 4 to President. Mrs. Mickins
Street, Thursday, March 21, will render the music. 6 p.m. in the lower auditorIum stated that Miss White was the
8:30 p.m. The public is invited. We are also reminding all behind
the
throne
at 245 NW 8th Street. power a
Other guest the Mighty Won- members that our series of Mrs. Margaret great worker who also encour-
Carey
ders, the Utility Voices and the program for our Women's others to work .....
president, Rev. S. A. Cousin, ages prefer-
Weary Travelers. Day have begun and everyoneis pastor. ring not to come forward but
There will be a battle of asked to participate. Our
.
songs between the Taylor Bro-' chairman and co-chairman for <>

' thers and the Smiling Jublees this year are Sister Taylor and CHRISTIAN NEW HOPERev. WILLIAMS,SISTERS j

of Miami i Saturday night, Sister Lightfoot. They are FELLOWSHIPRev.
:, Much 23, at the YMCA 5770 asking all members to please W.E. Sims, pastor The Williams Sisters Inspirational welcome to attend, don't miss

NW 15th Ave., sponsored by give you full cooperation in p. S. Brown, pastor Loraine Fuller, reporterThe singers will be this dynamic group of singersof

,t;' No. One Choir, Deacon David all programs and to work hard M. L. Nixon, reporterThe Deaconesses are plan- featured In a gospel concert this city, Sunday, March 24,

Lewis, president.Get to make this Women's Day a Sunday School Is con- ning a Dinner sale Saturday, along with Vernice Ross, The at 3 p.m., at NewShlloah Baptist

well wishs are extended successful one as we 11 as a tinuing to grow and progress. March 23, at the church you Rossettess, White Rose Sing- Church, 1395 NW 69th St.

to the following members: joyful one.All those who would The superintendent, Sister may call 696-7745 for delivery ers and many other groups.All
or stop by the church fellow- Rev. A. M. Griffin pastor.
Josephine Love appreciatesthe ,
Sisters Minnie Lee,Cordie L. like a table for the CalenderTea delicious friends and well wishers are
ship and enjoy a
confidence and
S il a r s, patsy Watkins, Re- are asked to see Sister coopera-
tion shown to her by the church meal. Dinners are ready at 11
FIRST BAPTISTRev.
becca Wilson, and Brothers Williams. ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev.
and She Is askingthe a.m. donation $1.00.
community.
Samuel Williams Willie not to and
Let us forget pray parents to continue to send The presidents of all auxil- W. M. Davis, pastor P. W. Wiggins, pastor
Thomas Alfred Mingo Joe visit the sick and shut-ins.
,
Howard. and bring their children to iaries are urging all members Donella Turner, reporterThe The Male Chorus of Antioch

Sunday School.Easter prac- to please come out to their rehearsals church and pastor will Baptist under the leadershipof

JORDAN GROVERev. tice will be at the home of Sis and meeting on your worship with the Antioch Bap- Mr. Casey Graham, and the

TEMPLE ter Constance Sandilands at various meeting nights. tist Church In Liberty City,the Male Chorus of Jordon Grove

Douglas Cook, pastor 1820 NW 69th St., each even- Easier E practice Is in pro first Sunday In April, for the will be In a battle of songs at

Funeral services for the Eddie Gilbert, reporterOn Ing at 5 p.m. Send your child- cess every Thursday at 5:30 Rev. P. W. Wiggins anniversary. Antioch, 1899 NW 64th St., on
late J. Johnson will be held Saturday there will
Friday night, ren to take a part in this ac- p.m. Sister Bernice Kersonin Sunday, March 24,at 3:00p.m.
at 2 p.m. Mr. Johnsonand be a Solo Contest between Sis- tivity. charge. Saturday, at 4p.m.,the Sun- Won't you come out and give

his wife, Mrs. E. John- ter Leacy Williams Jordan The Trustee Board is spon- Prayer meeting, Bible class shine Band will hold its regu- your fullest support to the

son, were former members Grove and Sister Bernice Jen- soring an Old Fashion Dinner every Thursday, at 8:00 p.m. lar meeting. All members are group of your choice?

Temple. The couple returnedto nings of St. Matthews Freewill Spread Sunday, March 31, at Continue to pray for the sick; asked to please attend. The No. Two Usher Board

Nassau a few years ago.He Baptist Church. The public Is the Liberty Square Community ;and shut-ins, bereaved families The members invite their will present its annual Twilight -

came to Miami for medical invited. Center. The public is invitedto and mankind everywhere. friends to come and help them Tea at the home of Mr.
treatment and died on March Saturday night, the Deacons celebrate their Sixth and
come out and enjoy eating pastors Mrs. James Adams, 2462
14.
will sponsor a tea at the homeof good "Southern style" food. Anniversary. Beginning Wed- NW 56 St., Saturday, March
The No Two Choir, Mrs. Sis. and Rev.Douglas Cook,
CHURCH OFTRANSIFURATION nesday night March 20 and cli- 30, at 7 p.m.Thursday.
Birdie Hunter, president, will 2831 NW 190th St. The publicis maxing Sunday afternoon
have its ST. JOHN AME night before the
home-coming program Invited.
March 24. The Rev.0 W. Foster first Sunday In April will be
Sunday, at 3:30 p.m. An On Sunday, at 3 p.m.the No. will ,deliver the anni- ,
elaborate Rev. W.A. Curray,pastor Fa. Ellsha S.Clarke,Jr vicar the beginning of the observance -
program has been Two Choir will sponsor a MarkWomen's versary sermon.To .
Dr. F. A. Allen, presiding of the pastor's Third
prepared for the occasion. The Episcopal Churchwomen -
Day program.The elder, Miami District will hold all the sick and shut-Ins Anniversary.
Friends are invited. Deaconesses will sell are sponsoring their An-
the second Quarterly Confer- may you soon recover and re-
The Templeites will sing for cake after service on Sunday in ence Friday, at 8:00 p.m. All nual passion Sunday Musicaland turn to worship service.CHRISTIAN .
the of the Cheru-
services presentation
Sunday morningand the kitchen.
boards are asked to make: their NEW PROVIDENCEOur
the bin, age infancy to 5,the era-
No. One: Choir during Prayer meeting every written and financial report.
the for phin, age 6 to 12andtheArchangel -
| evening. Tuesday, at 730pm. Pray The conference closes Sunday SCIENCE"The
the sickandshutinsandvisitors age 13 to 18, on Sunday Eighth Annual Women's

are always welcome. with the morning sermon de- March; 31, 4:30 p.m., 1560NW grass wltheredth, the Day will be oserved at the New
livered the elder. '
by presiding
PEACEFUL ZION 19th }ve., Opa-locka. flower fadeth: but the word of Providence Baptist Church,
Combined choirs of St. John
760 NW 53rd Street
God shall stand forever." Sunday,
Rev. c. P. Preston,pastor will serve throughout the day An inspiring program Is being our This verse from Isaiah is partof March 24. We have chosen two
Louise Washington reporter Usher Board No. One will
prepared for you. Our the responsive reading of dynamic young ladies for your
Sunday, March 24, is Youth ANNIVERSARYThe serve. "
88th guest speaker will be Rev.; the Bible lesson to be read In Intertainment.The .
Day, the youth are asking all Evening worship, at 6:30 Stafford
Sweeting,priest of the all Christian Science morning speaker will be
members: and friends to come pastor and members of p.m., the pastor willdeliver Orthodox Church In Carol Churches this Sunday on the Mrs. Beatrice Powell Waldronof

out and enjoy yourself. all churches In the Perrine'area the message.The City. subject ." West Palm Beach.

On Sunday morning the men are invited to attend the men were very successful A job that once seemed like The evening speaker will be

I are Sale sponsoring a B r ea k f a s t 88th anniversary of the in their Men's Day, rais- U you have not entered your opportunity itself may seem Mrs Lillie Muse Doles of this
at the church at 8 '*
The a.m. Knights of Pythians and Courtof ing a total of 170000. child or children please do it like prison now. But new free city. We invite you toplannow

No. One Choir is spon- Calanthes 1 Thanksgiving Tuesday, at 8:15 p.m. class now today. It is not to late. dom can begin with a renewedand to attend this occasion and

soring a sale at the church,Saturday program Sunday, March 24,at meeting. Wednesday night For information please call deepened relationship to hear these ladies speak.

friends. We are asking all our 3:00 p.m. at Sweetfield Bap- Choir No. Onerehearsal. ,Mrs., Alice Harrison, presi- God. Listen Sunday, March 24, Mrs. Ruth Smith, chairmanand
and members to come
out and tist Church, corner Marler Thursday night Choir No.Two dent of E. C.W. or Mrs. Cleo to "Overcoming that Trapped Mrs. Ruby Shelly, co-

enjoy yourself.OurPrayers and Plaza streets, Rev, P. J. rehearsal. Friends are always Webb, musical chairman.The Feeling at Work," over radio chairman, Rev. C. J. Burney,
out to the sick and
shut-ins.go Curry, pastor. welcome to attend. public Is Invited. station WMBM at 1:45 p.m. pastor.

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F Dr.: W. E. Carson Seeks GRACE PRESBYTERIAN M I a

I Rev. W, F. Savoy, pastor
: This Sunday evening at 7:30:
k AMI BishopricMobile p.m. the Board of Deacons is

pleased to present a skit,"The I
Ala.Asuccessful Holy City,"with special music
pastor, one of four brothers by outstanding guest soloists
actively engaged In the min- and the choir of the First
istry of the African Methodist Spanish Presbyterian Churchto
Episcopal Zion Church is of- fill out a wonderful pro- I

fering himself for the Bis- ,gram, with the assistance of I II
hopric of that Church in the Mrs. Ursula Higgs. Mr.
General Conference scheduled Harold Higgs is chairman of i

,, for May. the board.
100000i i
Dr. William E.Carson,pas- As we prepare for the morning iI
tor of the historic State Street and evening sermons, let I
AME Zion Church of this city us study in advance from Luke

has a program which he feels 11:37 thru Chapter 12, which
will do much to enhance the covers two recorded sermonsof I
program of the church in extending Jesus.
Christ's Kingdom to

all mankind.The ST. LUKE I
son of a well known
Rev. P.W. Williams,pastor
cleric who spent his life in the
Gloria Perry, reporterOn I
ministry of the church,Dr.
Friday, March 22, at 8
Carson is well prepared for I
p.m., there will be a Musical
the position he seeks.He com DR. W. E. CARSON Program on behalf of the No.
pleted high school,college and I
Two Choir of
St. Luke.
One of his brothers, Rev. I i
.\ Seminary at Livingstone Col- Victor Leroy Carson is pastor: The No. One and Two Choirs
lege, the church-supported will celebrate their 25th
Anniversary
of an AME Zion Church in -
school at Salisbury, N. C. He
Sunday March 24 at
,
was awarded the honorary Bridgetown, New Jersey, An
other the Rev. Benjamin Leon 3 p.m. The Rev. W. F. Tanner
Doctor of Divinity Degree by of St.Mary's Baptist Church of
Carson is pastor of the FirstAME
his He alma has mater.held pastorates in Zion Church in San Fran Coral Gables will be the guest A REWARD OF $1,000.00 will be paid
cisco speaker. The public is invited -
Calif. A third brother,
Louisville, Ky., Greenville, The Grand Union Company to the
Tuskegee and Mobile, Ala. He Rev. Oscar Davis Carson is by
of Deacon Plenty Whitehead,
pastor the MetropolitanAME
has served Elderof
as presiding
the Little Rock, Ark. District Zion Church of Kansas and president Deacon of the No.Two Choir person, or persons, furnishing information -
Joe Poole
presi-
City, Mo.COMMUNITY. ,
; dent of No. One Choir. leading to the arrest and convic-


NEWMT..MORIAH NEED BOYS SANCTUARY FOR MT.CALVARY tion of the individuals who robbed the

Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor
Evelyn Souter, reporter SUNDAY SCHOOL Rev. S. Atchison,pastor Grand Union store located at 12150

Prayer meeting tonight Fifty mothers are asked to Phyllis Beal, reporterThe
(Thursday), At 8:00 p.m. enroll their boys in our Sun Atchison chorus is hay Biscayne Boulevard, North Miami, on
The No. Two Choir will day School Bible Studies every ing a musical program Friday

celebrate their anniversary Sunday at 9:30 a.m. and 3:00: night in behalf of their anni- Sunday, February 18, 1968, at approxi-
Friday night, at 8 p.m. with a p.m. and Wednesday, at 7:30 versary Sunday at 3 p.m. Your

Musical Program. p.m. These boys will be assigned presence will be appreciated.The mately 11:30 AM. This company will
Sunday, at 3 p.m. Rev.Ros- in groups of three. members of the Pas

coe Jackson and congregationof To enroll please send your tor's Aid Board would like to take legal step to
every necessary
New Macedonia Baptist name and address on a post take this time to thank the

Church will close out the an card with telephone number if speaker, Mrs. Markafego,and
bring these individuals to justice for
niversary. The public is invited you have one. This is a chal- the many friends who helpedto

lenge to all Christian mothers, make the Tea a success.
The Usher's Union will con whose boy don't belong to any Prayer meeting every proper punishment.

vene March 31, at 3 p.m.. The Sunday School: Enroll now Thursday.
public is invited. We call for and deliver your Please visit the sick and the Anyone having knowledge or infor-

The No. One Choir will boys. shutins.SALTER'S.
sponsor an after service pro- Elder Hezekiah Tinker, mation concerning this armed robbery

gram the fifth Sunday night. founder! and director Com-
Easter practice each Wed munity Sanctuary, 4911 NW 26 CHAPEL please contact your local police department -

nesday, at 5:30: p.m. Ave., Miami, Fla., 33142. Rev. H. M.Salmon,pastor
Please pray for peace.Visi- Betty Martin, reporterWe or you may phone Miami
tors are always welcome. ST. LUKE are still asking all members -

Baptism Sunday morning at Rev. Luther to make their report. So 885-2531 and ask for "REWARD DIVI-
Lee
pastorOn
9 a.m.
it can be registered in our

tor and Sunday entire morning church the pas will books. SION". Letters should be addressed to
We are having choir re-
SHILOH BAPT. services motorcade to there Key at Largo the AME for heasal this Saturday at four your local police department or to

Rev. A. M.Griffin,pastor o'clock.
Cheryl English, reporter Church.The Missionary Department Friday we are having our "REWARD DIVISION", The Grand
There will be Easter practice Y.P.D. meeting for all of the
met at 5 Katie Mitchell
Thursday, at 4:30p.m.: All president p.m., Mrs., Mrs. Naomi please young people be at five and ontime o'clock Union Company, P.O. Box 1476, Hia-
children are asked to be present present .
Lee, supervisor. The Youth
Let us not forget our sick
Dept is progressing under leah, Florida 33011. All informationwill
Brother Matchet is ask- and shut-ins, and all the boys
supervisors Mrs. K. Mitchell
ing all members and friendsto overseas.
please enroll with $1.00 for Smith.Mrs. Cleo Jones, and Mrs. E. be kept in strict confidence.The .

the souvenier book as a patron. Visit and pray for the sick Grand Union Company is the
Our Men's Day will be held and shut-ins. Voter

the fourth Sunday in May,Dea- Mrs. 0. P. Thompson, re-
sole of
judge dispute arisingover
con Harmon, chairman d porter. RegistrationDrive any
Deacon Brown, co-chairman.
There will be a musical pro the reward, and of the personor
gram here in behalf of the No. ST. JAMES AME OnT

Two Ushers Sunday afternoon. Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastor persons, if any,. entitled to share
There will be an after ser- Joseph Marshall,reporter his is an important an-

vice programSundaynlght, Mrs. Louise Woods and nouncement about voter regis therein, and its decision on any point
featuring the C Lord C's. Choir No One would like to tration and it concerns you.

Let us all remember topray thank-you for your support at Books are now open in your connected with the reward will be
for the bereaved family of sis their St. Patrick Day. community from Monday,

ter Thelma Myles,who passed Mrs. Louise Woods and March 18 thru March 30th. final and conclusive.
awaySaturday. Also remember March-ites are having a Check and double check --
the sick and shut-ins. dinner sale in the Parish Hall L make sure you are registered
Sunday after services. They to vote. For information and
need your full support.Are you transportation call: Liberty THE GRAND UNION COMPANY
FEMININE
EMPHASISDAY going to March with the City, St. Luke Church, 696-

AT ST. JOHN March-ites? 7622. Downtown, St.John Baptist Pr 0. BOX 1476, Hialeah, Fla. 33011
To the sick and shut-ins Church 371-3212. South
The Women of St. John Institutional yield yourself to the Father Dade -- Richmond Heights Phone 885.2531
Missionary Baptist aobve as He take you in His Drugs, 235-3551. -
Church invites you to worshipwith tender loving care,
us on a momentous occa- You are always welcome to
sion, "Feminine EmphasisDay : the friendly church.
on Sunday April 28, all THANK YOU
paths and highways will lead mu riini1h 1
Mose
Russell and family
to this annual commemoration.
wish to take this opportunity
We are depending on you
: to thank his many friends and
i to help: js make this occasion +
;
i A DOUBLE ACTION relatives for their kindnesses vooo oo .
.
a sucdd Mark your calendar i'i'l
I for A i1'.eB. ( RSGMYKAUHJa given him during his recent

( Reedford) Johnson, Is .,$ SISHNIN Er'ft. fliness. Your thought illness
shall "
never be forgotten
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) .1r'1 dr, %7 Mays High Students Win" Awards n I


at Regional Science FairNine

0 H
students from Mays any and Conservation were James Marshall, Mr. Ray-
,e { High School entered projectsin Leonard Cowan and Geraldine mond Larry and Mr.Louale B.
4I the South Florida Science Kemp. Honorable Mention Walker, chairman of the
Fair recently held at Dinner Science Department, Mr.EarlA.
Key Auditorium. Junior and awards were received by
Wells principal This is an
Senior High Schools from Dade Jenette Monroe and Joseph annual event sponsored by the
James in the division of Mic-
Broward Monroe and Collier
,
Miami Herald and.the Dade
Counties participated in this robiology. Teachers work- County Science and mathe-
event Receiving Excellent ing with these students were matics teachers.
Awards in the division of Bot- Mrs. Margaret Wright, Mr.


Jn 1 Neighborhood Centerette Open For I

r Activities and ClassesThe
:1LJ
Neighborhood edu- drama, dancing, listening to field' trips, ballet dancing,
cational Cultural Centerette is records, viewing TV, indi- music .. all of the things that I
now open for recreation, vocation vidualized study, modeling, teenagers and adults like.
guidance, adult classesin
elementary and high school

-- subjects, Home Economics,
Job training and employment,
Teen-age Clubs, Tutoring and r
many others. The center is 6 v;
a open from 8 a.m. til 10 p.m.
For further information, call
Cliff Matthews, Community :
School Director at the center ,1i "

any school day from 1 p.m.til I I :' 'VpiUS
c 5:30 p.m. j
This phone number 758-
3852 is your signal for success
and a better life. We invite all
_
youngsters and adults In the
community to come to the cen-
THE DORSEY A "School Beautification Project" gets under way as some terette and register for Boy
thirty year old plaques are painted by(from left) Keith Dear and Girl Scouts, basketball
and Richard Grace, both 8th Graders at Dorsey. Four others teams, volley-ball, fencing,
DIARYFor working on this Teacher Corps sponsored projectare:Gerald -- One of the highlights of Washington, D. C. The theme
Nickles, Anthony Smikle, Jessie Day, and Kenneth Davis. Florida State Congress of PTA was "Unity our Challenge."

nearly two years in this Statuary, mosaics, weaving, tempera . "youname it, we I was the 1968 Banquet, held in Pictured above are Mrs.
corner of the Miami Times, got it" in Miss E. Wilso's Art classes. This month being MIAMI TIMES the Ball room of the Sheraton, Gellete Brooks, Ft.Pierce Indian -
we have tried to acknowledgethose Childrens National Art Month, student art work adorns our J Tampa Motor Inn. Toast mas- River area uncUPTA;
things, and people, and halls. Display of student work can be seen in background as -r-- ter was Mr. O. K. Mickins, President Mrs.Bessie Bates,
events that we believe have a (from left) Cynthia Johnson, 9th Grader, Warren Redding and principal of Mickens High "Miss PTA" of Tampa; Mr.
bearing on enriching the livesof Sheila McKinney, 8th Graders, do their art work. BRING School, Dade City. More than Stanley Newbold, historian
Dorseyites. Usually, it has 600 delegates and visitors District 10; and Mrs Mary
Smith 9th Grader possess with his ofglnal piece of
been the actual accomplishment Emmon were on hand to hear the Herring, Riviera Beach. Next
work in asks mosaics and sta-
statuary in art class. Student ,
representatives of the secretary State Meeting will be held at
of students. But this RESULTS
our tuary is seen in background. To bring a piece of work to a
Panama November 15
of
Department Housing City, -
week we must recognize the successful did Emmon is the first in the
completion, as step .
and. Urban Development. 17,1968.FRANKLIN'S
efforts of the editor and staffof habit of success.
the Miami i Times for its
Would you believe . "The Dorsey Marching TingaLingBand
particular achievement last' ?" Wouldn't ? . What about, Miss A. Vasselle's 7th ,.
week in its special edition, so
Grade Music Class practicing on the bells? You better believeit CARPET
rich, and so full of meaningfor !
all of our children especially -
Kids,save that issue! Two bus-loads of Dorsey students visited theDade Student 8650 NW 22 Ave.
The names and faces of your Science Fair at Dinner Key Auditorium last week.If "Wonderis
brothers, cousins,parents and the mother of science," then we surely have our share of SPECIALIZING IN
friends who llovercomeare future scientists here at Dorsey!

in it! Let It help you find Another contribution to Children's National Art Month by RUG SALES & CLEANING
your way in life. But like a Dorsey's Teacher Corp group(from left) including Arvin
map, you must read it, if you Brown, George Bain, Wellington Data,Joan Robinson and Robert -
wish to arrive at your goal. Bradshaw, all 9th Graders except Joan who is in the 8th COMMERCIAL CLEANING &
You must also emulate, or,do grade. This Girl Scout mural was used by Mrs. M. Bullard, FLOOR WAXING
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stick for wardrobe planning on ( living room, dining room & hall) Installed Wall to Wall in Your

March 21, at Allapattah Jr Home ..._. __. .,. '
High School. Twenty-four stu- Carpets Dry in 30 Minutes s*-, .,;
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dents will model new pattern LOW PRICE I NCLUDES: ( '-: \ \. ''.'
sizes and fashion shapes. Miss >".' ,1'-, .. :;;. .
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Method 'I'' "I 1-- .
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Stylist for Simplicity Pattern 2. NO MONEY DOWN LOW MONTHLY PAYMENT. *
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Company, willcommentatethepresentation which is plannedto 3. UP TO 2 YEARS FINANCING? "';;'u ,: r:"- .-'

meet the fashion needs of All Work $2495Guaranteed

high school girls. We Rent Rug
I Dress patterns forevery typeof
figure make it easy and fun
to "Snap into shape." The Call For Free Estimate Shampooing Machines '
, snappiest dresses of the sea-
son feature miles of stripes,
millions of flowers, or mar- 7574163
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pink and brilliant yellow rule 24 HOUR SERVICE
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\ Ol F t 1 i I 01 l I IIOSOMUgPPggiyN.ITY County PTA

() () Legal


' : ; Services March Meetingat NEWCARFINANCING


..... BY: Leo Adderly,
6.\: '
: Center Attorney Edison


, Homestead Filing

4 Excerpts from a musical

: Deadline April 1st revue called "Red Raiders,"

with Miami Edison Senior High
I The extreme importance of the subject to Florida property
School students performing,
\ ': owners, and the widespread lack of knowledge about it, com-
will share the spotlight with a
o pels the writer to treat the subject again.
of educators In a program
: At the beginning of the homestead tax exemption filing period group entitled "What's New In
i.e., January 1, this column advised its readers of the advan- "
Your Schools? at the meet-
tages of making timely application for this tax break. The
ing of the Dade County Council %
"regular tax exemption" against the first $5,000 of property of parent-Teacher Associa-
value available to all Florida residents, who qualify as home- 41/2
tions onWednesday, Much,
steaders, was treated fully at that time.Therefore,this article A
at the Edison auditorium,6101
will not treat material on the subject which has been coveredin
NW Second Avenue Miamibe-
the previous article. Rather, this article will examine ,
ginning at 10
Florida homestead exemption laws from the standpoint of a.m.

creating tax advantages" for its citizens.
;Property used and owned as a homestead, with the State
Speakers on the program include -
by disabled veterans In two categories is totally exempt from John Gardner, discussing -
taxation: paraplegics and those confined to wheel chairs.
A' the "Follow Thru"educatonal
Homestead property of persons classified as guadriplegics Is, program at Little

) likewise, totally exempt from State taxation. Particular note River Elementary School;
should be taken of the fact that the regular $5,000 tax exemp-
Mrs. Mary Lou Hopston, on
tion available to all Florida homesteaders Is not the measure-
special education students,
ment used in determining the limit of the tax privilege for
and a group of Bank Street Col-
those in the above mentioned categories. There is no limit to
lege Participants who will
the valuation of property which may qualify for tax exemptionas
present a discussion of"lead-
a homestead for disabled veterans in these categories and
ership roles in teaching the
other citizens who are quadriplegics. disadvantaged."
Disabled veterans In the above mentioned categories must

present the County Tax Assessor's Office with proof of their

service connected disability when making initial application.

Paraplegics must present proof of being honorably dischargedwith Faculty people from Edison Lincoln is YOUR Bank. Use it!
service connected disability, and a certificate from the High School who will direct the

government or United States Veterans' Administration certi- student participants include

fying that they are receiving,or have received special financial Joseph Brindisi, band direc-
assistance due to their disability requiring specially adapted tor; Miss Betty Graves,spon-
housing. Wheel chair veterans must also present proof of being sor of the Cadette corps; Mrs.

honorably discharged, and Government certification of special Ann Long, drama; Miss Mary LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK

financial assistance due to service connected disability, requiring MCClung, cheerleaders and S OF MIAMI
specially adapted housing and use of wheel chair for pavane; and John Murphy,
choral director. Mr. William First fully integrated bank in the entire Southeast
transportation. Veterans in this category must be rated totally
disabled. Quadriplegics must present a certificate signed by Duncan: principal of the high right here in the Edison Financial Center

two licensed doctors attesting to their disability when mak- school, has also served this 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 759-4431

ing initial application for homestead tax exemption. year as program chairman for

Exercise your homestead tax exemption privileges,and save the Dade County CouncilofPTA

tax money. Apply at the County Tax Assessor's Office, Metro and will be moderatorof

Justice Building, before the April 1st deadline. the March program. J

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I Trade Equivalent 36 Months at $66.19
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WHITE TAG SALE 36 Months at $66.29 36 Months at $49.96 36 Months at $59.79


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continues and our values are even greater be-

cause we're tearing down, expanding rebuilding 5,0% OFF USED CARer S

-- and those great, new '68 Ford cars

I are getting in the way. If you can stand the WHL. Covers. Baby blue "66" BUICK SPECIAL 4door "67" T-BIRD LANDAU 2 dr.
blue trim a hard one to find V-8 air conditioned power HDTP. V-8 auto-factory air
and fuss and
muss, inconvenience you'll do
,
j at any price. Was $2195.NOW -steering radio-heater WSW power steering brakes -
your bank account a big favor. But don't wor- $1888. WHL. Covers persian gold windows 6 way seat pow

ry when you sit down to talk trade our with matching trim. This car ant radio heater WSW ->

salesman will dust off the chair. "65" CHEVOLET Elcamlno is s h a r p- so please hurry. WIlL. Covers black vinyl roof
M M 6L Pup big six 3 spd. radio Was $1995. Now $1588. clearwater aqua- lots of factory -
heater wide oval tires-vinyl warranty left.Wash$5895

roof wheel covers here'sa "67" T-BIRD LANDAU 2 dr. Now$3888.JOHNNY.

'fJ'.t" hard one to find anywhere. HDTP. V-8 Auto- factory air
WAS $1795 NOW$1488. brakes
power steering -

WHEN THE SALE IS DONE t}; ____ windows I P *>y seat pow
ant radio- .'\'WSW-WHL
MILTON 63" COUNTRY Squire 4 dr.
FRED
WE HAVE JUST BEGUN Salesman Wagon V-8-auto power steer- Covers Black vinyl roof.
clearwater aqua Lots of factory -
ing WSW WIlL Covers radio -
warranty left.Was.$5895
"64" ANGLIA CLOSED VANS heater. White with turq. Now $3888.
3 TO CHOOSE FROM RED interior. Like brand new,Was 4

WHITE AND BLUE PER-. $1295. Now $788.

FECT UTILITIES WAGON OH
GREAT SURFER WAGONS. "67" GAL 500 2 dr. HDTP "67" MUSTANG 2 dr.HDTP
6 cyl. 240 cu. in. auto radio 200 6 cyl. Economy trans -
: -
WAS
b REALLY READY TOGO. .i
MON. WED. & FRI. TILL 10:00 radio
$1095. NOW $688. heater. WSW WILL Covers. heater aligator green
Light gold with black vinyl vinyl roof with a pretty green

TUES. THURS. & SAT. TILL 6:00 "66" MUSTANG 2 dr. HDTP trim. Here's economy with bottom a special car for HAYES

4 auto factory air power luxury and a full size car. Was someone special. Was $2195 Salesmanlei
steeringradioWSWheat- $2595. ?:ow$2188. Now $1988.
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[ BROW ARD BRIEfS r

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By R, LUTHER BRAYBOY, SRI


Loud and vindictive are the complaints about the Carver
Ranches Fire Department To you who criticize the most, let's IMPALA
have first things first. Number one: This Is a voluntary groupof $2498

1. citizens of the community who depend on contributions from
various organizations and individual donations. March Only

Several brush fires occured recently on 26th st, between
44th and 40th Avenues This reporter was on the scene with- DUMAS

out delay. I have to report that there was on each occaSl0lfl

' malfunction of some equipment. This could be, as some are MILNER 4181 S.W. 8th ST.

w 1Y' prone to remonstrate, because those in charge either fail to Phone 444-3566
keep the equipment inworking order, or they are outright incompetent -
Both opinions were investigated by this reporterand LISTEN FOR OUR SPECIALS ON WMBM
I found nothing that would hold water Each volunteer fire-

r; man interviewed by me had the same answers No money! So STAY IN SCHOOLBE
t this throws the hot coals of criticism back into the hands of
S those who complain the most. I take the word of those who

work. These ar e dedicated people. Anyone vho. Is willing to READY.
get out of bed at any hour of the night, be so situated to be on ..

call during the day, for no pay, is truly a dedicated person.
Many times I have seen the people solicitingfor the Fire De-
partment turned down flatly or given a measley nickel or dime.

Fellow citizens we can not have an operatable Fire Department -.-.

The United States Army's Golden Knights will per without the money to finance the purchase of effective
equipment.If .
form precision parachute jumping maneuvers during one
of the country's top aerobatic presentations in the March you are so dissatisfied with the present members of this
23.24 Air Fair at Homestead General Airport. Sponsoredby voluntary group, then call upon them on any Monday eveningat SUPER SOUL TOP 40
the Homestead-South Dade Jaycees, the show will be 8 p.m., at the Chamber of Commerce Building on 44th Ave
the largest ever presented in Florida, and will includethe and do some voluntering on your own. Until such time please MARCH 23

U. S. Air Force Thunderbirds and many other demon. refrain from trying to influence this writer to the contrary 1.1 Thank you Sam and Dave
strations of aviation skill. Miami-Metro News Bureau In Broward County we are on the threshold of upcoming elec- 2. La la means I love you DelfonicsDells
photo. tions for every mentionable political office Many Democratswho 3, There Is
lost out to Republicans before are on the comeback trail. 4 Otis
The dock of the bay Redding
We in Broward must not be
misled. Democratic representation -
Aretha
5, Since you've been gone Franklin
Open 7 Days-8 A.M. to 10 P.M. is a must in Tallahassee as well as local. So vote Demo- 6.1 wish it would rain Temptations

crat! 7, The end of the road Gladys Knight & Pips
The Best For Less At Mr. Billy Robinson, a great devoter and lover of German 8.1 think rm falling in love Betty Swan

Shepard dogs, was horrified by the fact that his queenly "yan- 9, If you can want Smokey & Mircles
kee' brought forth a littler of ten very healthy pups, fatheredby 10
v w Al Next time Jonney Taylor
my mongerel "Buck." In fact every one in the communityis

somewhat amazed by this most unexpected occuwnce. But 11. Security Etta JamesVerrations
< no one Is turning down the chance to grab one of the pups! Since 12, The time

"Buck" is a Spanish speaking Mongrel the burden of apology 13..Walk'_away Renee Four TopsPeaches
embraces me most acutly. Forgive if you cannot forget. Poor 14,Ten Comandments of love and Herb
MISt dog, he only has one hind leg you know. 15, Take time to know her Percy Sledge
All who read last weeks "Times" was treated to a master- 16, Funky street Arthur Conley

piece of Journalism second to none. The contents of this forty' 17, To the one I love Brenda & Tabulations
fifth anniversary issue was embraced with an eloquence con- 18, Don't have to say you love Four Sonics

tinuity that bespeaks the Journalistic prowess of managing 19, We got a thing going on Ben E King & Dee Dee
1 a / editor Garth Reeves, city editor John A,Diaz,Stanley Sweet- 20, Instant heartbreak Precisions
ing, and the entire staff who made this issue possible. The 21.1 got a sure thing Olie and Nightingales
Miami Times has come a long to it's present success ..
ways 22, I guess that don't make Brothers of Soul
and will go on and on, so whether you read or spell It would make me a mover
behoove you to buy one each weeks Something may rub off on
23. You can run Ruby Andrews
you.My 24. Who can I turn to Jimey and Loise Tig
thanks and deep appreciation to each of you who have
25. The Impossible Dream Heasations
purchased the Times from my son Robbie, and the many per-
OVER 40,600 CARS SOLD 26 Cowboys to girls The Intrudes
sonal congratulations and best wishes for success with my
27 If you don't hear me The Sandpebblesthe
MUNICIPAL' AUTO SALES AND SERVICE new column. first time Calvin Arnold
Remember the Times at Hyde Park Grocery
you can purchase
28, Scoobie doe Jean Wells
FLORIDA'SAUTOMOBILE Beach Blvd and 40th Ave., Joe (Bossman) Cunninghamis 29. Sit down and cry Stu Gardner
in charge of sales and will take care of you. For your con-
30. I can make it if you try Dixie Drifter
venience you can now purchase the Times at "Finders Bar
31, A New star Big John Hamilton
and Grill" on the Strip.
32, Big fanny Steve Mancha
Notes from .. Positively it was blue Mon-
a long fingernail
33, Hate your self in the William BellClarence
SUPERMARKET! day night last on the "Strip" old timers like Hewitt (tapper) morning
Matthews swinging a mean elbow at "Lucky's" with Miss
AS ADVERTISED ON TELEVISION! 34. Every man ought to have Frogman Henrya
Carrie Daniels Burrows and Richard Lee giving moral
THI CAR YOU IUT TODAY Cyril woman
YOU DRIVI HOMI TODAY support.. My man "Shorty" taking one for the road at "Fin 35.That's when I guessed Archie Bell & The Drells
I IMMEDIATE I DILIVmi ders Bar and Grill" .. Mr.and MrS Al Bryant having a cold' 36 Tighten up Cliff Nobles
. Miss Pratt Bill Davis Fred Clark and the is
one Ruby 37. Love alright Barbara Mason
500 CARS! vivacious JoAnn Payne, feeling no paw, .the ever alive Mar- 38.1 don't want to lose you P, C. Crocket
tha Fox table hopping as usual Big J, L. Wheeler on the 39. This Is my love Eddie Hollman

15 YEARS-SAME LOCATION! Strip minus his German Shepard, well, well,well. . Horace 40. Fm not gonna give up
Fox, cool as always Marvin Jackson whipping up those PICK HIT PICK HIT
14 COURTEOUS.JALiSItIIN TO sun YOU tasty ribs with his own special sauce , Was that Ozell and
ALWAYS HUNDREDS OF 1955'sTHRU ? Mr. Hewitt Matthews'' Never get enough of your love Oscar Toney Jr.
1968's TO CHOOSE FROM Alice Williams in the cozy corner . .

THE HOMI OP THE ORIGINAL 100'. GUARANTEE..... HI so n of Mr. Hewitt Matthews and Miss Jestine Lowe, was INST PICK HIT INST PICK HIT
.... '. .... where he
'" -. home on his spring vacation from Indian University, Soul Coaxing Raymond Lefuve
is presently studying pharmacy in pursuit of a PHD Degree in
MUNICIPAL AUTO this challenging field Good luck and Godspeed to this fine youthof LOCAL TALENTDo
prosperity. My good friend Mr. Joe Kershaw is seeking
SALES & SERVICE the Democratic nomination for House District seat 99. I take right man Little Beaver

this opportunity to tell you Joe that although I no longer resideIn Never missed a love Jerry Jones
Dade County, feel free to call on me If I can help you just Mr Lucky Betty Wright

3061 N.W.. 36th St. say the word. You are the man who will get the job done. SUPER SOUL
Remember dear readers if you have any news item mat you
5:00 7 a.m. Rev. Ira McCall Gospel
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I, DADE. COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORYACCOUNTANTS I




18 Years of Responsible '
LOUNGES ACCOUNTANTS Building Service to 2 Locations to Serve You!
S. L. McNEAL EARL'S ZEBRA EBoolcko"pln The Community
& Tax Service 4400 NW 7th Avenue . E. 0. CULME .... .
1730 NW 57th Street Earl Edwards, Prop.SHADDIE'STAVERN. Public Accountant When Buying or Building
691.2114 Income Tax Notary --
.
6800 NW 15th Avenue Phones 633-3735 CALL STANLEY
SHOPS
BARBER LlveEntertalnmentWeekends 5264 NW24th Avenue Dugie's Paradise
BASSMAN BARBER SHOP
6580 NW 22nd Avenue RECORD SHOPS P L 1-3604
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John Hoiklns, Jr., Prop. AUTO REPAIR Beautiful Homes 2966 NW 47th St. 633-9396
UNITED RECORD CENTER "
6265 NW 7th Avenue Built on Your AND
DRESS SHOPS ROW. BRYANT'S Latest Hit Records & LPs Lot or OursAttractive

PATRICIA'S INC. GARAGE UPHOLSTERY Alterations and Guest House
Dugies
5843 NW Avenue Additions
AL'S UPHOLSTERY kiIY
696.35517th 4382 NW 32nd Avenue
635-4210 5509 NW 7th AvenueLORY'S flf Let us DemolishYour
7598907AFROBAHAMIAN Worn Out 2941 NW 47th St. 634-3851
FASHION SHOPS
House and Builda
6112 NW 7th Avenue
Martin W. Smith Lovely New
4740 BROWN NW 7th REALTY Avenue IMPORT-EX FORT CORP Home There are no better rooms on earth, than the
FUNERAL HOMES 754.0655 871 NW 7th St. Box 1119 Call Us for Facts About rooms you wilt;' find at DUGIE'S PARADISE.
Hallandale, Flo. Building
RAHMINGS MORTUARY EVERGREEN Phone 927tl927 Good Bank Financing Seeing is believing. The accommodations

X 1744 NW 3rd Avenue Percy Hepburn STANLEY BUILDERSInc. you'll receive, you will find only in thi s
SHOE REPAIR
371.8343 INCOME TAX SERVICE brother.
) JOHNSON & SONS
RANGE FUNERAL HOME SHOE SHOP Dade Federal Bldg. Licensed Insured
5770 NW 691.4343 17th Avenue 6570 NW 15th Avenue 5800 NW 7th Ave. Suite 214 888 N. E. 79th Street Jamaica !Dugie, Always a Friend.
691.9850 BookeepingAccountangMANKERMILTON Miami, Florida
CLEANERS&LAWDRY Ph. 751 7943
glUI I NW. r nth: Avenue .eeeee..eeeee.ee......................
691.9151 TERRY'S CLEANERS START WORK TODAY!
"Any where in the world
Repairs and Alterations you wont to go" A Public Service Over I I
LAUNDRY & 4653 Phone NW 32nd 634.9257 Avenue TICKFTS tafT 20 Years COLOR SPECIAL
CLEANING
Live in Molds : LIMITED TIME ONLYWallets :
WILLIAMS'' EMPLOYMENTBURLANG NO MORE IIrfIefIftft' Cooks Bus Boys .

1 I TAILORS Day Service& -CLEANERS Alterations Gas Dishwashers Station Drivers Porters in i
EMPLOYMENT i
4842 NW 27th Avenue
Hotel & Home Maids
Phones 634.9251 Local & Out of Town 1 0
502 NW 54th St. 757-7674 T&wfL BEau We Appreciate Your Color
DE 1515 SOTO NW 62nd CLEANERS Street Miss Vee Jean Buraher "Your Neighborhood Travel BusinessRUbFR : :

696.0862 CONTRACTORSJ.H.COPELANO Agents" 9.8382 I Only i

PHOTOGRAPHY A* near to you as your $ .95 ..
telephone. Give us a call.W' Jit 534 N. Miami Ave j !: .
JOHNSON OF MIAMI CONSTRUCTION deliver. 1104 NW 3rd .
1186 NW 38th Street General Contractor Ave. FR 98451. Chas. C.
635.4748 2939 NW 48th Terrace North, Manager. HOUSE LEAKS? : 2 FOR I :
634.6233 : 0
DOCTORS Additions, Flarm, bedrm, bath Have No Fear
Call BEST i Glamor Studios i

DR. G. H. GREENE MIAMI TlMlS! .
Foot Specialist ADVERTISERSAppreciate The Leak Expert : 6215 NW 7th Ave. :
Hours 30-7(30, all day Sat. Quick Service
.. 5722 NW 17th Avenue your business. BEST ROOFING : DAILY 12 NOON TO 6 P.M. PL 9-5431 :
Phones: 693.0818 They ore courteous and .

dependable. Support them! I' COMPANY ,....................................i

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) Learn a lifetime Profession for just pennies
Phones NA 1.7203 Notary PublicI. 1 Z No Job Too Small Expert Barbering Expert Processing

f"Ir Expert Wig Styling

I. STANLEY SWEETING SAVE UP TO 40% Both Women and Men are Welcome

ASSOCIATES R ON Night & Day Classes

Diversified Public Services Introducing Auto InsuraNce
BILLY SIMMONS Jackson Barber College

Public Relations Consultant New Photographer at Liability-Physical DamageSR 6225 NW 22 AVE. 691-9335
Theatrical Editor The Miami Times
House ofPhotography 22 Filing Res. 688-8310

So One Refused Mr. W. Jackson, Director
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5841 NW 17th Avenue Economy Drugs #2 SR-22 Filing .
w. o. r .r Don't be fooled by low down payments for applications
WE WIRE FLOWERS Expert Funeral Designs 5120 NW 11th AVENUE 696-2421 which do not give you insurance coverage. We have I
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HJV with.......I. fAMU Slims First White AII"etefo Stholarsh'ml'

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J' A. S. "Jake" Gaither, head \ 1 .
coach and athletic director at .p,,,"I :\. "
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4i Florida A&M University has \,\, ".,",
irf announced the signing of the
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first white athlete to a grant- t ; JI
dA4. SahSOS '.h, AVhS.k in-aid on the Rattler football ,.i::": .' 1 }1Le
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SPEAR@r team. :.'
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Rufus Brown, 5'10, 205 't
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IDS., all-conference guard A t
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GRAPEFRUIT LEAGUE AT ITS HEIGHTThe from Martin County High .'" .
School in Stuart, Fla. will be :tiii:1::1 /
Florida Grapefruit League Is In full swing after watching the third white athlete to participate ",,
the New York Yankees, L. A. Dodgers, Oakland Athletics and in athletics at FAMU. \ '
Atlanta Braves. The most important thing about these exhibi- Bodan Logan of Chester, Pa. 'w:3
tion games is to pick the right players when the bell rings and was on the track team in 1966

the regular season starts. We all know there will be a lot of and Herb Hoyt of North Red- .

disapointments. So far for what I have seen, the above teams ding, Mass is a freshman pole ,\;,"
are loaded with the young talent. Most of the games played at vaulter on the 1968 team. ';. : .
the Miami Stadium have been close and won by 1 or 2 runs. The "Brown is an exceptionalathlete r ,
Orioles split with the Dodgers, lost to Olkland.Won over the ," says Gaither, "he has ",
Atlanta Braves and Kansas City while a 500average at home. been recommended highly by
The rookies from the farm teams are showing a lot of ability former Rattler Louis Rice who

which means the coaches and manager Hank Bauer have their coached Brown in high school.He .
work cut out when they have to separate the ones to stay and is a fine young man and I

the ones to go. Spring training is for this purpose, thereforethe know he will be an asset to our WELCOME ABOARD Florida A&M University's head football coach A/. S.
21 pitchers, four catchers, seven infielders and eight out- team." Gaither shakes hands with Rufus Brown, after Brown became the first white athleteto I
fielders are fighting it out to remain, on the roster. Bauer says Brown concentrated in football ;I receive an athletic scholarship for the Rattler football team.
he will start 11 pitchers,therefore leaving 14 other players to at Martin County High
start the season with. Other years they started with 28, then School and was named to the
ball
player who will get the job the
guard positions. Sharon the other will
guard position
again Hank has to be able to make sure who he starts the sea- News Tribune Tri-County and
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done. He is expected to try Stallworth who made all
,
son with. Therefore 15 on the roster must be cut. I am not all conference teams. He excelled con- be Arthur Pla, Robert Hills,
out for the offensive position ference, will not be back and
mentioning the players who I think will stay and who will go, I defensively and offen- with the Rattlers. only one starter Walter Walter Spencer, and a few
don't manage the ball club. Yet I still have some idea after sively and has been characterized ,
Offensively, the 1968 Rat- Spicer, will return from last freshmen including Rufus
watching them since started his coaches
they spring training. Iwas happy by as a"gutty
tlers will need a lot of help at year. Leading candidates for Brown.
to see my old friend whom I worked around with some fifty

years ago, none other than Red Smith, Mr Sports himself. This ., : .... .
weekend and next week baseball fans will be able to see some I r' j: ' ,

good games. Here is the schedule: Friday, March 22, N. Y. '. '.... "
Yankees vs Orioles, at 8 p.m.; Saturday March 23, Detorit '.f J" '

Tigers vs Orioles, at 8 p.m.; Sunday, March 24, Gil HodgesNY fJt:...- ..,_. : 1.
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mets vs Orioles, at 2 p.m.; Monday, March 25, Chicago (t .fi4k -' ....'" t..7Mr'!
White Sox vs Orioles; Thursday March 28, Washington Sena- D
tors vs. Orioles 1:30 p.m. For any one of these games call t I.
Jack McGowan Miami Stadium phone ((635-5395)), prices box .. 4a.k4f ;
: w
seats $2.50 reserved$2.00,reserved(behind home plate$1.50 l} t' l'& V" {

general admission $1.25, bleachers$1.00,senior citizens 50$. : ...I \.t/I\
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h$4 k1kDd

$100,000 GULFSTREAM HANDICAP SATURDAYHerbert .'" :. : .. \. ,"

Allen's Favorable Turn, star of the handicap divi- ... II '"
sion this winter, and W. R. Beasley's He's A Smoothie, Cana- t: ,.. r ( >1 .',. . "' .. '," .. :..\' .
dian champion of 1967 and a turf luminary this season, will be rL' '; _ I".. ," --..:....-\ ,,_'....-"_.......;.. --" ---_..- ... ---

the starting high weights in the $100,000 Gulfstream Park SERVICE FIRST1967 Little League Champs MIAMI TIMES- 1967'Little League Runnerup ,
Handicap Saturday at 121 pounds each.

, Frances A., Center';;.In Reality, ,under.120 pounds, is next Central Miami Little League
in the weights assigned by racing secretary Eddie McKinsey.. you/il/
In Reality was the winner of the 1967 Florida Derby. Registration Wednesday
Fourth Estate Stable's War Censor, winner of the Canadian .
Turf Handicap here last Saturday, is rated a probable and will TO MORE PROFITS 8 PRESTIGE
tote 117 pounds. March 27, 7:30: p.m. will be be born after July 31,1955 and
Little League RegistrationNight before August 1, 1966. No exceptions -
McKinsey lists among others as probable starters-- Barbs COULD BE ADVERTISINGYOUR
Delight, 116, Out the Window 115, Rixdal 114,Sette Bello 114, in the baseball program BUSINESS
IN
Sir Winzalot 114, High Tribute 112, Royal Malabar 112, Gentleman must be accompanied by their Insurance fee.- $3.00 for .,., '
fathers or legal guardians. each boy. This is to be paid on LALa.' 'J.-.1..w
James 110 Sacramento 110 Stanislas 109 and
,
,
Templarlo 2nd. 107. (When necessary, the mother registration night. Birth cer- .h .m {ttJ., iJ.Jl f
represent the father). A tificate t all
s
may m u
accompany TODAY
Favorable Turn, winner of the Seminole and Donn Handicapsand CALL US !
short meeting will be held to applications.Only .
beaten a head in the Widener,will pick up five pounds over
acquaint the fathers with the those who have not
his Impost in the Donn.He's Smoothie adds six pounds more boys 6530 NW 15 Ave
problems that must be solved. registered should report on
than he carried when he won the Canadian Turf Handicap.
Little League age.- Must registration night.STONE'S .
Sette Bello, 'victor in this year's Widener carried 110 on that 691-0421
occasion and picks up four pounds for the Gulfstream.If .
a dozen go to the post in the Gulfstream Park Handicap,
the race will have a gross value of$132OOO with $92,000 goingto
the winner.DOLPHINS. INCOME TAX


SIGN PRAIRIE VIEW END
Serving the. Miami area for over 15 years at
Cornelius Cooper, the Miami Dolphins 11th draft choice,re-
turned his signed contract this week. 100 NW 4th AVENUE 1 1 1 / M ? A

Cooper, 21, a six-foot-four, 268-pounds, is a defensive end
and will be graduated from Prairie View Agricultural and Me- $3.00 $6.00 IRISI
chanical College, Prairie View, Texas, in May.He is a nativeof
Tallahassee, and in college majored in physical education.The Open every day except Sunday 9-1 & 4.8
change in the starting time for home games of the Miami Sundays 9-1

Dolphins from 4:30 p.m. to 2:00: p.m. relates only to late

season games, it was stated by Joseph Robbie, President and

General"All three manager.of our pre-season games against National Foot- 1 S1 Mo

ball League Clubs -- the Philadel EaglesAug. 17)), Balti-

more Colts (Aug. 31)) and Atlanta Falcons(Sept.7) will be Saturday / I YEAR GUARpH1EE / 1
night games starting at 8 p.m.," said Robbie. 5
BLE KELE
1 /
LITTLE GUYS BASKETBALL TOURNEYThe .

13th Annual Little Guys Basketball Tournament will beheld
in Greater Miami for the first time,on March 27-28-29- YIOIKp.MM
gM IK ww rr
30Site of all tournament play will be the Miami Spings Recreation -
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DOES EVERYTHING!
Center in that city. ..rwrR.und t
..
with last year's ro.w. SEAFOOD CENTE
At least 10 or more teams will compete, .wrm
champion, Chicago Heights, Illinois, coming. back to defend Sews H Timers, ..ab! f
their 1967 title Dittoes, Snaps, Nar w '
Little Guys Basketball features boys un d e r five feet in Kitks. Eirirtlders, ,

height, and each boy must be 12 years of age as of last Decem- ZJjZatJ, Dues aid 1 r 5759 NW27Hi Ji

ber 1st. There are no Glans in Little Guys, as each player is Omits with m 3i\t-\ i) j 50

near the height requirement.Teams action attickMeit. al'1yI' M i ; il, S
from San Juan, Puerto Rico, New York City, Chicago ; I ;' "y''' rl 1 a"

Heights, m., Racine,Wis.,Highwood, Ill., Miami Springs, Fla., EASY TERMS AC or DC '635-4794
ABBEY DOMESTIC
as well as other invited teams will comprise the tourney field.
Invitations have gone out to recreation departments In Mi- 15982 NW 27th Ave. .Ril Now 625261

ami Beach, Miami, Hialeah, South Miami, North Miami, North
Miami Beach, Coral Gables, Opa-locka, Surfs Ide, Fort -
Lauderdale, Hollywood and Pompano Beach to send entires. c.i HOME DEMONSTRATION JOHtlA THAN LAMAR DOESSpearing
Another invitation has gone to the Free Cubans, while wordis NO OBLIGATION IP YOU DO NOT IUY

pending on CanadaIndiana and Nebraska's entering teams.



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)U THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, March U, IVOB

Clifford Matthews Teenager Not Guilty Liberty City Grocer


I < An 18-year-old boy Monday than 12 minutes deliberation.The Charged In KillingEdmond
: Accepts New Post was found not guilty of rapinga woman said Blackmanhad
40-year-old relative. called on her last August Rollins,37,Liberty Saturday morning.
I Cliff Matthews, Sr., former celvea Masters-Degree in 28, at her home and forced his City Grocery Store owner,was
community school director at Community School Adminis- Edward Blackman, of 1205 attention on her. charged last Thursday night Rollins was identified by
Booker T. Washington Com tration and Supervision NW 64th St., was acquitted bya The case was heard by Judge with killing another man during witnesses who were at the
munity School, accepted of- Florida Atlantic University Circuit Court Jury after less Harvie DuVal, over an alleged squabble scene of the killing, said Detective -
ficially the new post of com- became the first institution gamblinga debt. Sgt. C. E. Pittard.
munity school' director of the last August to grant such a degree Rollins, who lived at 1600 Lacy, a salesman, was saidto
Neighborhood Educational in the field. In addition, and James Wiggins, adjutant. NW 65th St., was arrested at have been on his way from a
Cultural Centerettelocatedat Matthews holds theABDegreewith Carver The Melvin R. Jackson Jr. his home and charged with the gambling game restaurant I
757 NW 66th Street, on Mon- majors in Sociology and Post No. 5693 willpresenttheir murder of Arther J. Lacey, when he was shot on NW 56th
; day of this week. This pilot Education and a minor in Eco- ball on Friday night, 25, of the Jefferson Park Hotel Street.
community school, funded by nomics from Fisk University. Ranches March 22, In Opa-locka at the
the Federal Government, is He has completed all require- Police BenevolentAssociation,
one of the first three established ments for a Masters Degree in I News 27th Ave, at 152nd St. Members
in the United States and History with the exception of of post 8195 please try to CHURCH AVAILABLE'Seats
represents a new trend in edu- writing a thesis and completing By Walter Bov .( be present for this affair.
cational experimentation and the oral examination.The Folia Boyd, commander.
community improvement.The The South Broward VFW discus-
There will be a panel
new director is especially entire community Post No. 8195 to present its sion, at the Carver Ranches 700
prepared for this been loud in its praise of the 7th Anniversary Ball Much Elementary School, Sunday,
,
I position. He Is the very first selection of Cliff Matthews 25, at the Elks Lodge No. 652 March 24, at 3:30: p.m., by the
in Ft. Lauderdale from 9 to 2 Huge air conditioned building. Has offices
,
person in the Southeasternpart who is well known to the Miami youth from ages 13 to 19.
of the United States to re- Community There is p.m.Music by W. C. Baker and school rooms, lunch room, etc. Tremendous park
to believe that band of Miami. Donation$1.50 Rev Mack, chairman: Mrs. ing and location Reduced over $20,000. Total
Q, every Primary reason Community School tables free. Addle Smith, secretary, and less than $100,000 $40,000 cash. ACT NOWII I!

"C" will achieve great heights Folia Boyd, is commander, Mr. Edward Smith, president.
PRINCIPALS ONLY BROKER 693-2631
r under the leadership of this
: dedicated community leader.
Our best wishes for his suc-
: cess. REALTY


I s rJ I \P BROKER CARLTON REALTY


( qetf OPEN 7 DAYSNO (Broker)
) 41I1 3014 NW 19 STREET

DOUBLE ACTION QUALIFYING $600 DOWN MOVE IN! 693-4772 Answer CALL 635 -3177
?i 1C0LORSGRAYHMRi1M0] ( 3 bedroom CBS at 2020 NW 167th St. Bunche
2 DRESSES HAIR IN PLACE Park. Awning windows awnings, large lot. Price 2 BDRM, I BATH CBS, FHA, Screened porch,
REV. LENA MAE ROSS h r: $9,000, $600 down 'ani take over FHA mortgage. vynl firs, $10,500, $250 down, $65.75 monthly.

6320 NW 4th Avenue $64 mo. pays all. Vacant. We have key. 2 BDRM, I BATH, CBS FHA. Stove, refrig., air

Miami, Florida cond., landscaped, $13,400, $800 dwn, $80.82 mo.
World's Best Known YetI DOLL HOUSEVacantMove SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS 3 BDRM, 2 BATH CBS, FHA. Large Fla rm, Ige.
Spiritual Advisor and Helperin Right (In Pretty CBS, enclosed front porch, large bedroom, LR & picture window, Ige K & din area, panelled
all Walksof Life. large living room, jalousie windows, gas heat, walls, terr firs, cpt, $15,600, $6 CD dwn, $96.21 mo.
You all know Rev, Ross 6931 NW 5th COURT stove, refrigerator. FHA price $10,900, $350 down, NO QUALIFYING
She is from Savannah, Ga. 2 bedroom CBS home $67.67 month and seller pays your closing costs. 2 BDRM, I BATH, CBS, tile rf, vynl firs, cpt.
She invites you all to stopin Must see. $10,900, $1,000 down, $70 pays all.
and pay her a visit since Large Double Lot NO QUALIFYING $800 DOWN MOVE IN! 3 BDRM, I BATH, CBS, tile rf, vynl I firs. Doll
she is now better from the Screened Porch Pretty corner house, aluminum siding, awnings, House. $12,200. $1,000 dwn. $100 mo. pays a II.
results of a car accident, Carport I a I au s I e windows, ,stove, refrig. Price only TWO 2 BDRM, I BATH, CBS HOUSES on one
which happened in Decem. Large Eat-in KitchenAir $6,000 with $800 down and $75 month. lot.$200 mo. income.$13,500$1500dwn$125 mo.
,ber. Thanks to each of
you Cond. BedroomWill * * * * * *
who that remembered the bridge i Sell FHA BEAUTIFUL NEW AREA IN OPA-LOCKl. TUNE IN TO JON CARLTON in the Real Estate j

is bad carries for those you who across.don'tremember. It Or 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, large corner lot, carport, Corner, WMBM, 1490 KC, Friday 3:00 p.m. and I.
ReasonableDown gas heat, jalousie windows, stove, refrigerator, 9:00: p.m. Get Real Estate information and callto
Make it easy on air conditioner sprinkler system. Bargain at see the homes.BE .
yourselves. You had better Payment $13,500 FHA, $350 down and $84.35 month. (OurOpalocka
seeher as soon as possible phone number is 624.3666)).
because she may leave CALL OWNER

Miami this spring: Phone: 754-4484 NO QUALIFYING -MOVEIN!
754-5320, MY GUEST
CBS, 3 bedrooms, large enclosed front porch, dining -
room, garage. Near Shadowlawn Elementary 9100( NW 13th AVENUE 'R ,
School at 47th Terrace near NW 1st Ave. Price is
Open 7 days week
'King Realty, Inc. of Miami $12,500 with $600 down. No red tape. Move Inl! 7 p.m. to 5 a p.m. ;

Showing for the first
[King Size Buys'"REALTORS 8000 NW 7th SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS time a BRAND NEW

DADE IS OUR COUNTY Ave CBS, tile roof, front and back porches, sprinkler CUSTOM BUILT, 3 bedroom .
KINGDOM system, stove, refrigerator, air conditioner. FHA 2 bath house, witha
bargain at $11,000 with $350 down and $68.31 mo. large sunken Fla room, Ff' ,r !
CALL large Medallion electric
693.2391 SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS kitchen, large 2 car gar
Lovely duplex, like new, 2 bedrooms each side. age, large utility room, BLANCHE CALLOWAY I
Tile roofawning' windows, built-in kitchens. Best
Reg. Real Estate Salesman
location at 4985 NW 5th Ave.FHA price $18,500,
$800 down and $113.53 month.
Bahama tile roof, central air and heat. Low down
l
payment. Conventional will be arranged. G
SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS mortgage I
3 bedroom CBS, new area in Opa.locka, jalousie
BROWN REALTY 4140 NW 1 AVENUE
windows, stove, refrigerator, large lot. Bargain at
9421 LITTLE RIVER BLVD. $10,500, $300 down and $65.43 month, FHA. (Our WELLINGTON S. BROWN, Realtor ;
Opa-locka number is 624.3666)). PL 4-8655 PL 4-0655 i
Beautiful 3
bedroom, Fla room, garage, carport,
stove, refrig. Vets only $200 down.
iI
-:- WE, HAVE MANY MORE HOMES I

1351 NW 51 TERRACE YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
2 bedroom, Fla room, carpeted, FHA, $100 down ,'t" $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING VA or FHA Terms I
to vets. ij.J: DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY ',

((1)) 6808 NW 6th Ave. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, I
1490 NW 81 TERRACE SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT $300 down
!!! $91 month.
2 bedroom, screened porch, carport, FHA only TO BETTER'SERVE YOU I It t
$100 down
to vets. BRANCH OFFICE IN OPA.LOCKA AT ((2)) 7521 NW 12th Court 2 bedroom, CBS,
1050 NW 91 I STREET 16000 NW 27th AVENUEIn $250 down.

Lovely 2 bedroom, 2 bath. Cravera Lakes area. ( 27th Ave. Shopping Center)
See this. It's a stealll!! 624.3666 I'" Open 7 Days! ((3)) 3391 NW 178th St. 3 bedroom, CBS,

$300 down, $98 pays all. Many extras.
BEAUTIFUL CORNER INCOME PROPERTY

1391 NW 45 STREET ((4)) 1925 NW 81st St.- 3 bedroomCBS, $300
3 bedroom, well, pump and sprinkler, awnings.Has ,
REALTYBROKER
bedroom for down, $23 week pays all.
i::: one apt. income. Also garage.

1043 NW 33 STREET ((5)) Near NW 163rd St. & 17th Court 3 bedroom -

2 gorgeous CBS houses on 1 lot. Only $18,500. 4932 NW 7th Ave. 2 bath, Fla room, $90 month.

Well, pump and sprinkler. .- .. < "
\WE/ ALSO HAVE MANY ;:..lr' I' .
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE PL 9-4371 NO QUALIFYING '":' Ii.t. .

N HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWe 16000 NW 27 Ave HOMES'r,'!ra,
"\
homes
specialize in for persons being displaced -
I in Urban Renewal areaMiami Housing 624-3666 FORD REALTY INC. Broker
h Projects, Veterans Call to see if you qualify. ,
You're only a phone call away. ',1. Open, Evenings Sundays 3639 NW 15th Ave.
t 635.4595'I

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THE MIAMI' TIMES, ,Friday, March 22, 1968 31. I


'. .. .. !f9 .R.ENT
I ADS WANTS APARTMENT Students 'Rejoice,' Only

2 single women looking for


15 WORDS OR LESS $1.50. 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD apartment.nice unfurnished Prefer, 2 no bedroom child- 7 School Day to

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P.M, ren. Phone 635-7139.
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FOR SALENO FOR SALE FOR SALE Room for nice clean lady. Make UpDade

QUALIFYING Beautiful $12.50 per week. 634-5691.
Neighborhood 9435 NW 26th AVENUE -
$8,900 total only $2,900 dowp RIGHT OFF 15th.VENUE NO QUALIFYING students_ will make up be given extra tutoring time.
and $60 a month all $16'per week. 3 bedroom unfurnished -
pays for 2 BEDROOM 2 BATH CBS MOVE RIGHT IN Just one more of the school The Board is to consider the

this large 2 bedroom 1 bath Garage, large utility room, 2 bedroom home plus apartment frame house. 2229 days lost during the recent recommendations at the regu-
CBS home, completely fur- stove NW 60th Street. three-week strike teach-
and by
refrigerator, huge on 3 lots size 159 x 120 lar Wednesday meeting.
nished wall to wall carpet, Florida room can be separated Also very large workshop.Bus ers, according to Dr. EdwardL. Students would attend school
landscaped lot with all Room. Retired healthy man
kindsof
into three bedroom and still service and shopping $1,000 Whigham, Superintendentof April 26, a day originally set
fruit trees enclosed looking for ,a nice quiet placeto
porch have Schools.He .
large Florida
room left. down. $85 per month. Total aside as a teacher planning
for extra room. You must see FHA live. Reasonable rent. 759- recommended also that
$500 down
and
$96.21 $12,500 bargain Jack day and convention day for del-
this home ,In one of the better month Arthur 3360. Junior and high school students
Tubin, Realtor Richardson, Realtor, 14537 egates to a Florida Education
areas. A. Ben-kori, Realtor, 7906 NW 7th Ave. Phone 691- NW 7th Ave. Phone 688-6638. Association meeting. No stu-
call anytime 759-2425. 4785. 1192 NW 65th STREET
dent would have been in school
,
2 bedroom apartment New MISCELLANEOUSRUMMAGE
FHA Dry cleaning and laundry agent Prefer adults or 1 child. Dr. Whigham said.
$12,500
BUNCHE PARK and alterations. Doing good SALE He said that convention
2 bedroom Monthly rent 446-7574.
CBS Lovely in NW 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH CBS business Air-conditioned. Grace's Thrift Shop Ware- delegates would still be per-

43rd St. area,hardwood floors SELLER PAYS ALL Owner mitted to attend the FEA meet-
retiring. Leonard house 5421 NW 2nd Avenue
,
Nice large CBS efficiency for
carporte 2 air conditioners
CLOSING COSTS Realty, 9106 NW 17th Avenue 1 to ing.
Sunday only 6.
1 Everything
2 $16.00
or only -
persons
down
and
only $400 less than FHA terms
$450 down
$90.12 696-0092. must be sold. at give-away Elementary Schools will
$100 a month, this won't last, month. Don't miss close
this one. prices. Furniture bric-a- as scheduled on June 12,
-- 1 bedroom CBS apartment -
first time offered A. Ben- Arthur Tubin Realtor. 7906 and and senior
2 bracs antiques dishes pots Junior schools. ,
Kori Realtor call FHA 3 bedroom, bath, $18.00. ; ,
anytime NW 7th Ave. ph. 691-4785. on June 7 as scheduled.
759-2425. carpeting draper paneling, DEPOSIT REQUIRED pans, 5? each. Men's suits$2. ,
Ladies dresses 250. Shoes He said, however, that sec-
sprinkler system, screen WEST REALTY PH. 633-7809 ,
CAROL CITY porch, 621-1180. 2020 NW 62nd STREET 25?. Children's clothes 10?. ondary school teachers will
$5,500 ALL CASH
MODERN 3 BEDROOM CBS Dealers bring your truck. make themselves available to

Lovely 2 bedroom CBS, with SELLER PAYS ALL students during the morning of
1960 Fiat condition
good Duplex. Living room dinging
wall to wall carpet,very clean CLOSING
COSTS June 10 and 14 for tu-
special
and neat, right near Edison Fenced yard good tires.$350 cash 6714 NW room, 1 bedroom, open porch, TV SERVICE
large utility 10th Avenue. Mrs. Glover. kitchen and bath, newly painted. City wide 24 hour service toring.
High School, wonderful for room, awnings right near ele- his
-Apr.( 12)) it 6346714. Castle Among recommendations -
older couple who want Nice married couple only Charge ,
con- mentary schools, shopping and will be for
Moving. Contents of N. Miami 8886643. TV. one asking expansion -
vience and good home.A. Ben-
expressway. FHA price $300 home sofa, chairs, pair love of the s u m m e r pro-

Kori-Realtor. Call anytime down $78.25 month.Arthur seats table lamps drapes 1 bedroom gram so students can volun-
FURNISHED apartment -
REMODELINGRoom
759-2425. Tubin Realtor. 7906 NW 7th enroll in classes
tarily to
rugs, dining room, bedroom, 775 NW 69th St. Elec- additions remodeling
Ave. Phone 691-4785. dinette TV stereo refrigerator make up for work they may
adults
NO QUALIFYINGOnly tricity only. alterations commercial -
have missed during the walkout -
almost
pictures figurings
-
down and industrial residential. Free
$1,800 assume 8467 NW 24th Place 2 bed- .
new. Private. Can arrange Room. Call 635-0071.
mortgage and pay only $95 a rooms, 1 bath,Florida room, estimates. Allied Builders
month for this nice 2 bedroom financing. 759-3080. (Mar. 29)) 446-3288.
large patio, FHA total price (Mar. 29))
1 bath CBS, tile roof, wall to $7,500 $250 down, $64.15 TOOTHACHEDon't
Clean for
wall carpet, stove refrig- monthly, No closing costs, all BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY apartment single CHILD CARE
erator, total price only $13- in 15 This will man, steadily employed. suffer agony Get ORA-JEL, In ttc
yours years. Jewelry store and watch repair. References. No linens or blan- Mothers, Mothers, I f you are ondi you let relief from throbbing tooth.
200. Little River Dr. area. A. fast Aetna ache pln. Put on -peln'a Ion. Until
see
go today Realty you
Same location since kets furnished. $11.50 per looking for a clean neat home can IK your dentist do tt millions douse -
Ben-Kori Realtor, 759-2425. Broker, 811 NW 54th St. Phone 1946. Low rent. Ill health week. 121 NW 39th Street. experienced babysitter good mended ORA-JEL. Ricom- _11-
by dtntlitt. "
many
757-5724, open 7 days. will sacrifice, Call 379-6814 food call us pickup and de- .Ask pharmacist tori 4'Oe./...*.....,nEr .

$13,900 FHA ((8-5 p.m.) 1823 NW 37th St. 1 bedroom livery. 633-2002 or 633-2732 orajeljgas .,.,-111':1..-........
Beautiful 2 bedroom 1 bath 2025 27 NW 91st St. live
apartment. Unfurnished.Stove
CBS with Florida room, car- rent free gorgeous 1 bed-
hardwood floors GARDENIAS.. $1.50 up. Aimee and refrigerator. $75 per
porte ceder room duplex, always rented,
lined (big bloom) $3. Open Sunday.Dee month or you can buy $500
closets in wonderful co- FHA $13,700 $450 down, No
down. HI 5-3524 or NE 4-0942.
Gardenia Nursery 633 E.
vienant area near buses and closing costs, $84.99 monthly. ,
Please call before 5
p.m.
Ockeechobee Road Hialeah.
schools. Only $450 down, this Be your own landlord, hurry, ,

is a honey all newly decorateda Hurry! Hurry! Aetna Realty (Apr. 5)) 1805 1/2 Nw 76th TERRACE ,

like new home.A. Ben-Kori, (Broker), 811 NW 54th St. Ph. S
11/2
room separate cottage
Steal this bargain! Itsasleeperl -
Realtor call anytime 759-2425 757-5724, open 7 days.
single only. Unfurnished. Immediate
Priced below market value

2 bedroom 1 occupancy $17 week- ,. 1
No qualifying.
:
1135 NW 83rd St. No qualify- .
ly. Call Mr. Gross 444-6126 S S
,
roof
bath tile
HUGE 2 BEDROOM 2 BATH ing, move in today, gorgeous carporte, CBS. 4482824.HELP
evenings .
Total $17,00 FHA terms with 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, on lake, hardwood floor, on 82 x 121] I

$700 down this is spacious, all CBS terrazzo floors, car- corner lot. Total price$10500
'
oak floors, florida room,car- port, huge Florida room, total $1000 down $70 month.See and WANTED

porte, if your looking for a nice price $15,000, terms are buy today! Atlantic and Pacific \ I

large home this is it. A. Ben- flexible to your budget,all ap- Realtors 666-0411. INSURANCE

Kori i, Realtor call anytime pliances including air condi- Debit man top income.Be your

759-2425. tioning. U you really want to Completely furnished duplex., own boss, full or part-time.

make a real deal call Aetna To all cash buyers only $12- 7545568.

3 BEDROOM 2 BATH Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th 000. Drive by 1260 NW 34th 7
St. then call Fenster Realty Experienced operator. Chez
Owner says this mustgo, Street, phone 757-5724, open ,,
6907 NW 15thAve. 691-
beautiful 7598779.No Regis.
corner large garage 7 days.

wall to wall carpet living 5088. Lease a water heater
stove beautiful 3 bedrooms 2 baths qualifying. 9210 NW 15th
room corner ,No qualifying -
lot fenced FHA' terms$20..000with property freshly painted Ave. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, car Cook. Male or female. Must for $2.00 a month!

$1,000 down and $150 75 x 100 foot lot, all elec- port, $2,000 down payment know how to give out orders. 0 guaranteed to reduce your utility biff.aN .
Take over one mortgage. Six days no Sundays. Excel-
month pays all or make cash tric kitchen, fenced yard,
Drive then call Fenster lent for the hot water you'll need.
by, Job right person. Ap-
offer. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, dishwasher, carpets, drapes,
Realty, Broker, 759-8779. ply Murray's Barbecue, 232
call anytiime 759-2425. garbage disposal, downpay-
men from $500 monthly payments NW 14th Street. Call Jack Thorne '[ID&GAS

LITTLE RIVER DRIVE tailored to your bud- Open Sunday 3-6p.m.1220NW

$25,000 total on the canal,with get, this one won't last long, 88th St. 3 bedroom, 2 bath,CBS Neat appearing girls for wait- .....r.,Mq....".,. ....,

bank terms, this is a charm- good area. Aetna Realty FHA or conventional,carport, ress and dining room. Will MIAMI 2300 BISCAYNE BLVD. 31'.17e.

ing different home with very (Broker), 811 NW 54th Street built-in range and over, car- train if necessary. Good

large bedroom, 3 plus 2 large phone; 757-5724, open 7 days. port. In best area. Our sales- salary. Apply Delmonico

baths, with all modern kitchen men will be on premises Hotel, 6393 Collins Ave. Mi-

for the executive Ben-Kori Corner 7725 NW 77th Terrace Fenster Realty, Broker, 759- ami Beach. Phone 865-5786.

Realtor call anytime 759-2425 Greatest buy in town! Like new 8779. (Indef.) 5 Guarantee yr. Service ELECTROL UX '

3 bedroom and 2 baths.$99.00

month. Low county tax.Direct NO CLOSING QOST RECONDITIONED

NO CLOSING COSTS from bank. Call 235-2958. Live rent free! Beautiful CBS Volunteer s for ladies auxiliary VACUUM CLEANER

2 bedroom 1 bath at Opa-locka general hos-
SELLER PAYS ALL Duplex, ,
CAROL CITY 345 NW 58th STREET carport, on extra large cor- pital contract. Mr. Strauss,

2 bedroom jplousied ner lot tile roof. BarBQuepit. 685-2467. (A-5)
$350 DOWN $88 MONTH porch, SPECIAL PRICE
all large rooms, plus 2 room Freshly painted. FHA$500 '
Modern be used
CBS. Den can apartment. Vale 0 Valek. down $96 month Atlantic and Beck Barber Shop. 6612 NW
as 4th bedroom Built-in oven
Pacific Realtors 666-0411. 51488EASY
' 681-6049. 18th Avenue
and
range. Fenced yard. Circular

drive to carport. Ar Like new 2 bedroom 2 bath CBS Model 12 TERMS

thur Tubin, Realtor 7906 NW 737 NW 47th TERRACENo carport, awning, patio beau- BEVERAGE DRIVERS Guaranteedand

7th Ave. Phone 691-4785. qualifying CBS, bedroom, tiful landscaped, city water Experienced. Excellent Opportunities Reconditioned COMPLETE WITH ALL
by ABBEY withABBEY
huge family room, porch, with extra well and pump for $100 or more for ATTACHMENTSFREE

MODERN 2 BEDROOM CBS large living and dining room, lawn. Nicely furnished too! the right Hospitalization parts.

2 AIR-CONDITIONERS oak floors. Only: $10,500 E-Z Move right in. Close to school, and uniforms Sunset Bottling

LARGE UTILITY ROOM terms. Owner 6932631.NO bus, shopping. $13900 terms Co. 50 West 29th St. Hialeah. HOME DEMONSTRATION

BUILT IN RANGE & OVEN arranged. Must see today! Atlantic (Indef.) NO OBLIGATION

Refrigerator. Awnings. Wall QUALIFYINGOR and Pacific Realtors '

to wall carpet. Sprinkler sys- LOAN COSTS 6660411. Experienced male plant work-

tem. Right near ElementarySchool. 9000 NW 8th AVENUE ers for soft drink Industry. Call 625-1261

FHA price $13,000. Lovely CBS wall to wall car- CHILD CARE Good starting salary with po-

$400 down and $80.82 month pets. Like brand new. Must see 1 Infants and toddlers. Best of tential increases immediately

Arthur Tubin, Realtor 7906 to appreciate. Allapattah .
NW 7th Ave. Phone 691-4785. Realty, 633-0426. ((1nc'en. 29th St. Hialeah. (Indef.) tCLASSIFIED





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