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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: March 29, 1968
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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Vol. 45, No. 31 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MARCH 29, )1968 32 PAGES' 15, ;:

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VYkY IS SATURDAY YOUR LAST, MARCH CHANCE' 30...' Mrs. Range Quits State :t

Demo Convention Slate ,


IN YOURNEIGHBORHOOD Miami City Commissioner her post as a delegate to the threatened Monday to file a a

.' Atha Ii e Range has resigned Democratic National Conven- separate Democratic slate of :

aGeraldine .....-....-..-....-...-.....-.-........-...-,..-........_.....-........-...-...-.._-...-...........-..-._....-.._-.._-......_.....'.'...'...'...'.-.'.-.'...--..'.-r.'.-'.-.....-..-..-...........-.'....-...................................".. tion Range Chicago, who in would August have gates unpledged unless the convention party makes dele 'h

been a member of the Demo- changes in the slate the slate '*.!
I Denies Stealing cratic slate pledged support that has Senator George *'<

the candidacy of Senator Smathers as "favorite son."

I War On Funds George Smathers asa favorite ;
I At Winter Haven,Atkins declared -J,:
son, said she and Smathers political '.
that he wants nopartofSmathers
I By JOHN DIAZ ::: philosophies were
as "favorite son," .M':
::. Jimmie Lee Chatmon, president of the local chapter ::: "miles apart. saying, "We don't want to be 4
Connally, a Delta stewardess since October, 1967, "Senator Smathers and I are "I
j:. of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, has L; pledged at the Democratic Na-
is a native of Atlanta.She attended Henry McNeal Turner High worlds apart in our political ;,;
denied he mishandled .
:::: charges over $2,000 of an anti- ;; tional Convention to Mr.Sma .
School and graduated from Flsk University at Nashville, Tenn., ::: poverty grant his '-.. philosophies and attitudes and I
thers because Smathers voted
with a major in art.She was the recipient of the Hines-Brooks :ti: agency received last 11rLrAi1 that's why I cannot serve as a civil bill ,:
Award for'excellent achievement in art. Geraldine is based :5 summer : delegate to the convention against every rights .1
that has been before ",\
with Delta in Miami., + which is to Congress
Chatmon said the pledged supporthim
1_ flt ." :j{
Mrs. Range said.
charges were "untrue" !, ( It
': when he surrendered to The first Negro to be elect- Fearing the split, State ',/<

first Dade Sheriffs deputies : ed to the City C mission, Democratic Chairman Pat '"
Virginia a last Friday. :::::: Mrs. Range said she had been Thomas accused Atkins of tryIng <

The grand larceny : reluctant to make the decisionto to make race an issue out ", |

charge against Chat ::: resign because her selection of the selection of the dele- ',:

Sheriff found DeadJames mon,,which says he cannot ..', would have marked a gates. He said, "The slate Jj I

:: account for$2,160 breakthrough in the composition pledged to Senator Smathers !

N. Bradby, of The body was found off Virginia :: a $5,000 grant given to of the Democratic convention will embrace the entire spec- .<\i

Charles City County first Negro route 618 at about 1 p.m. : the SCLC to run a sum ::: delegation. In past years trum o(Florida activities .- ,

sheriff of Virginia, was It was sent to the office of thechier ::: mercreationprogram: ...'',, the delegationhbavebeen"lily'. 'not Just Negroes, not Just conservatives -.."\

found dead in his car Monday'in 'state" medical examiner :: is the only one to :.', white." or liberals, but <

a wooded area of the county. in Richmond for toxicology ti come.from extensive investigations .' The decision by Mrs.Rangeto Democrats all."

'Dr.,F, W. Woodward,an assistant tests and autopsy. ;!O: by Gov. ; withdraw as a delegate followed Bob Hayes, footballstar, x

state medical examiner Claude Kirk's office IntothelocalanU.povertyorgani. :: a fast-moving week of "the world's fastest human,' I L'

#;.. ,'said death"appeared to be Bradby, 38, was found in ::: zation. :: events surrounding the Demo will beamongthosethatwlilbe ..,

l 'Suicide by ,carbon monoxide civilian clothes slumped in the : Chatmon said that news of, the charges'against him :: cratic. National Convention. replaced,'because. is not a ;

rI poisoning'A.preen garden front seat of his car,'state police -' ;was made,national even before he knew anything about :: The Reverend J. E..Awns, ,registered voter,and Mrs. .... 1.\\
hose was'taped to the exhaust 'said. Last November be Y them He said( he read and'then saw on television'last" estate president of the National Maurice' Ferre wllibe, replace 1, j'

pipe of the car and led through ran as an Independent and defeated Friday that there was a'cbarge..ig'.linst him. He then :: Association for the Advance ed because she is not a U. S. j..;1

a ;window vent which was also a veteran Democratic. :: immediately went with his bondsman to present himself ; ment of Colored People, citizen. ,

sealed.with tape. sheriff > He is represented by Attorney James !Mitthews. ::; v9G
:: THE SCLC local ",* "" _.... ,'1
chapter president said that EOPI
r, of James Matthews and Harold I'<
advanced him $5,294.53 in June last year,for salaries :: r"-- .wl Braynon to form Matthews, ';'j

Zoning Cleared For Three ::. of workers, purchasing recreation of equipment, and :: t Braynon and Mapp located at ,

I' :: automobile expenses, and, he said, the money was us- :: ti I 5022 NW 7th Ave ;
:: ed for that purpose. "That's what happened to it," he ::. i ( ,
i 7-Story FMC DormsMetro protested. ;I

Chatmon, a native of Georgia, wnere ne was engaged I INSIDE THE TIMES.. ... :
has given Florida The Rev. Edward T. Gra- .
:: in civil rights activities without ever being under arrest :: ; {
Memorial College approval ham, chairman: of the trustee : : Bethel :. : 13 :
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said that he is devout
a follower of Martin ::
for 240, additional apartment board of the college, said the : Dr. Bondu ;.9 :.
: Luther King, whose non-violence policy he endorses :: .
units in three has '
seven-story school acquired an addi- f
Broward News 27 ,
:: and will continue to follow him he said "until the last .
buildings. The school is push tional 13 acres and plans to Business Directory 28 .
:: breath in my body. As long as I see injustice done to ..
ing ahead with constructionwith purchase about 20 more Chatter 6.
a view to open here in :: my people, I will speak out against it, regardless of i ,, ; :
Churches 22-24
September.The The seven-story buildings :: what may happen to me, and there will be a million Classifieds ,"....;*31 :1. '("f ,(
will be erected 7.9 :: more to take my place." ' '
necessary zoning and on a acre Deaths" 20Diaz :
variances were granted by tract on the south side of NW .::: Soft spoken, without showing the militancy that's in

Metro commissioners over 167 St. east of NW 44 Court. : his spirit, Chatmon said that no one came to his house ,.'- 5.,. :';.
protests from single-family : to arrest him; no one told him that he was under Investigation ;! ,After serving for the past Entertainment : ..': t p 8.9. 4'
The 240 units will be ::: until he read it in the newspaper and saw
home owners in the area of the restricted : two years as assistant state Real Estate
::: 1,30'School
it '
on television, ::
to married studentsand
college site.Moving attorney Calvin has
::: The grand Jury charge against Chatmon was filed by : R. Mapp News 19
its from St. faculty members, said .
campus resigned from the staff of State Society' ,,'
: the State Attorney's Office following Governor Kirk's ::: ?
Martin Fine for
Augustine, Florida Memorial attorney Attorney Richard Gerstein
}:: controversial investigation of EOPLlast November that ::: Sports 29
started Florida Meml'rial.Anyvacan. "
with 47 the
acres near fective March 29. II
Palmetto Expressway at NW cies will be filled only by unmarried : fizzled, with Samuel Moncur resigning under pressure. c:: Mapp will Join the law firm Sweeting Young ' .<., .4'7

44th Court. students. .:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.;.:.:.:.:.;.;.;.:.;.;.;.;0;..........................:..=.=.=.:.:.:.:.:.:.=.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.: '.

II Are Negro Principals Becoming Obsolete? I I

Negro principals in Dade County appearto on the number of Negro principals. says there are few Negro applicants for the institute.

be figures of the past. Today only 31 There are no Negro principals at schools which are Another educator also pointed out that in some school

Negroes are principals and they are in pre predominately white or at least half white, the survey districts, there is no head visiting teacher. especiallythe

dominately Negro schools. There are no Negro showed. There are only two Negro Assistant Principalsin North Central and South Central Districts. A visiting
those schools teacher gives guidance to youngsters and attempts to make
principals in predominately white schools,
"There seems to be this imbalance as far as principalsin them better students, so the need ota good visiting teacher -
31 cent ofDade'sNegro schools have white
per our school system are concerned," said an educator. is apparent.
principals. For an in-depth look at the vanish-
"There are white principals in our schools, as a matterof
ing Negro principal, read this special report. fact in 31 per cent of our schools, but there aren't ANY More than 75 percent of the entire'Negro students in

Negro principals in predominately white schools. That'sthe the Dade school system are in the North and South Central \
The Negro principal in Dade County's public school sys- Districts.
travesty of it all.
tem is a dying figure; .
In a recently completed survey, The Miami Times One possible solution to help qualify more Negroes to "There are qualified Negroes that can tako these posi
become principals is a beginning in Septemberat tions, but for some reaso they have never been able to
learned that of the 45 schools which have at least a half program "
Negro student body, 14 are headed by white principals. Of the University of Miami. Dr. J. L.. Jones, principal of get them, said another educator.

the 31 Negro principals in the predominately Negro Charles Drew Junior High School in Liberty City, said the Fine principals like Walter Cogdell(Bethune Elem.),

schools, at least eight are approaching retirement. program might be one step to solve the problem of the Alese Gill (Lillie C. Evans Elem.), Thena C. Crowder .

"It doesn't look good at all," said Dade educa- vanishing Negro principals.In Holmes Elem.), Mary F. Williams (Liberty City Elem.)

tor. "It looks real bad for any Negro who wants to be a the program, educators are trained for teaching Clora M., Pearsall (Orchard Villa Elem.), Maude Chand-

principal the Dade school system." multi-cultural groups. The course will last from September ler (Pine Villa Ele.), Elizabeth Pittman (Poinciana Pak ',.,

"The Negro principal of today is dying," said another 1968 to September 1969. participants will receive Elem.), and Rosa L, Fortson (Rainbow Park Elem.) will .
Dade educator. are not many of us left." Comparative -, free tuition and books as well as a $7,600 stipend. be retiring in the coming years and the vacuum which will .-

figures from five years ago were not available But the deadline for applying is April 14, and Dr. Jones be created by their absence may never be filled again.

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2 T ; \\t AJ TJ; S, _Friday. Marc' 29, 1968 '.*H3nNegrMuyors >* 'or1' 4'c, "j. -rd. pmr. \t. .s C"". im 111 "* "

PearIieMae.Annual J "King Says Do-Nothing .

Given Russ aura AwardsIN

Cities Will Have Riots

Nation's capital, was appointed famous athletes in staging
RECOGNITION OF by President Johnson. clinics and other activities in .
the Watts area and other The Rev. Martin Luther King at a brief conference before them by this summer, Pm
OUTSTANDING Also named by the Russ- Southern California commun- King said In New York Sunday he delivered a sermon at afraid we'll probably see more
wurm Committee were Pearl ities. Hawkins worked closely that cities i which do not im- the Canaan Baptist Church in riots."
Bailey in
the smash hit with the Los Angeles Police prove their ghettos will be Harlem. Powell alsopreached
ACHIEVEMENTThree "Hello Broadway Dolly Secretary of, Department during the sum- rocked again by summer riots; Sunday in Harlem Abyssinia King said he was more con-
; mer and was commended by but he thinks most Negroes Baptist Church. cerned with conditions In ghet-
Labor Willard Wirtz who
the nonviolence. Since his return to Harlem, tos "that the
helped negotiate the current Los Angeles County Boardof believe in spawn angry
of A mer I c a's new AFL-CIO pledge of no dis- Supervisors. King does not agree with Powell has attacked King fre- voices of violence" than in the
breed of Negro mayors, a crimination i n craft unions Adam Clayton Powell, who quently, calling him, among damage of the riots they stir-
Broadway star and a west Ed Sullivan, for his consistent; The Russwurra Awards pre- predicted a "civil war" in the other things", a modernized red.
coast athlete were among the programming of high calibre sentations were announced by U. S. this summer with black Uncle Tom.
1968 selections for the annual entertainment without regardto Howard B. Woods, editor-in- youth leaders leading young King said, "I must honestlysay He said "the mobilization
Russwurm Awards of the Na- ethnic background;and Tom chief, Sengstacke Publications whites against the middle- I absolutely refuse to get going on very well" for his
tional Newspaper Publishers Hawkins of the Los Angeles and chair man of the aged white power structure. into any public or private" de- planned April 22"poor people"
Association.The Lakers. Awards Committee. The engraved "I'm still committed to non- bate with Mr. Powell. march on Washington.The .
plaques will be violence," King said, "and I He added, "The conditions
Is of
Hawkins founder presented during the NNPA's think the vast majority of Ne- that brought the riots last Washington demonstration
Awards -
given annuallyby Athletes for Better America.
the association are"in rec- annual convention In New Yorkin groes think that way." summer are still alive, and If will be "executednonvio-
ognition of outstanding This group utilized other June. The remarks were made by something is not done about lently," King said

achievement in making pos-
sible a richer conception of

tribute democratic for upholding principles and those in Kennedy Thinks His Housing Plan' Better Than LBJ'sCongress I

highest traditions known as the

American way of life" was asked Wed- and wasteful. He urged that his like Kennedy's enlist private serve to augment the concen- A variety of changes in the
nesday by Sen. Robert F.Ken- own plan, emphasizing indus- industry, but Kennedy con- tration of Negroes in ghettos." administration proposal,aim-
The NNPA selected Mayor nedy to dump President John- try's role in building slum tended that the LBJ plan would Kennedy's proposals called ed at reducing rentals by $20
Carl B. Stokes of Cleveland, son's s 1 u m housing programand housing at a profit, be substi- "not make that partnership effective for: to $25 per month.Encouragement.
Mayor Richard Hatcher of accept his own. Housing tuted. ." A guarantee that at least 75 of the for-
Gary, Ind., and Mayor Walter Secretary Robert C. Weaver, Kennedy said, "U it is not "It simply does offer busi- per cent of new houses willbe mation of tenant organizationsto
Washington of Washington, however, charged that Ken- done this year,' I hope it will ness the kind or amount of built in urban ghettos.A participate in managing -
D. C. Both Stokes and Hatcher nedy had "proposed a rich start in 1969." practical incentives that will requirement that builders projects.
were elected to their posts becoming man's bill for poor people's Johnson's proposals to finance be needed to attract it into participating in the program Adequate resettlement provisions
the first Negroes in housing." six million new and rehabilitated slum areas," Kennedy said. hire at least 25 per cent of for persons who are
history to serve as elected Sitting in a chair before a urban housing units In attacking Kennedy's plan, their working force from resi- dislocated by the new housing
chief executives of major Senate banking subcommittee, over the next ten years would, Weaver said they "would dents of the slum area. projects.
cities. Washington, who had Kennedy characterized John-
distinguished himself in the son's approach as inadequate


Defendants Must Pay I _________

Legal' Fees J In Civi'Rights' A :;j TrjT1l; rnkW; c ;1 1Y

Suits ..

Under 'a ruling made this denied service to seek redress
week by the U. S. Supreme through the courts.

Court, restaurants and other This civil rights decision
public places that refused ;
came through a group of Ne-
vice to Negroes must the.
groes who were refused ser-
lawyers' fees when the case vice at five drive-in restau-
Is won. rants and a sandwich shop op-
It was a 8-0 decision that erated In South'Carolina by
made I t clear that it Is estab- Piggie Park Enterprises.
lished by the 1964 civil rights
law that Congress wanted .to' The decision said that if aggrieved r
encourage individuals who are persons were not allowed ? '
lawyers' fees they
wouldn't be in a position to obtain
redress from the courts,

PsycftedefcMood unless they were financiallyable _.
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to pay lawyers. That was 4*. "
not the intention of Congress Cadette Troop 377 held its Court of Awards dist Church. Mrs. Norman (Myr-;:; Bollard ;
when the law was enacted. March 15 St. I
program at Mary's Wesleyan Metho- members of the troop are shown above.

Whoever said that can't
you -- -- - ---
please everybody, evidently ,
had not heard of Delta's An- OUR CLASSIFIED ADSBRING
nual Jabberwock,this year's'Jabberwock I I Now at
theme: "Psyche- RESULTSL
delic Moods" in three phases, I
andl promise you, this show '
has something for everyone.For I __ __ _ i _ ___ --J popular sprice.r

those of you who enjoy
the quieter more sedate typeof
entertainment there is SUPPORT THE GREATER
Phase I the semiclassicalmood

featuring the many MIAMI URBAN LEAGUETHIS
talented Shootes family and the
expert dancing of Susan Sims i
(contemporary), Patricia YEAR'S GOAL IS 2,000 NEW MEMBERS #

Campbell (ballet),, Esther For Information on how you can join the Greater Miami
Brinson (creative). All threeof Urban League, phone: 3773682. h
these young ladies are stu-
dents in the Miami area.

Pall Mall Gold
This show is being co-ordi- r

and nated Dorothy Mrs. Mildred Sawyer Jones,and Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE Pall Mall Menthol 7 s _=

produced by Mr.RichardStra- "
Trio.chan of the Richard Strachan in the Flat 20's q''

For your enJoymcntbeatthe The Very Latest in Men's Fashions crush-proof box

t Northwestern Senior High SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS

School, March 30, at7.-30p.rn. ITALIAN SHOES ,
t Admission Is $1.25 for adults I
; and 75? for children. Tickets 944 HW 2nd AVE. MIAMI, FLOSI3A

I are on sale at the door. (,[,c'YJrI1f4061tlY1P

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Fridoy'Morch'29,1968 3 ;

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flksouffighCoedTo BeIeiAIt :J JI

Miami Jackson High School blade in Linda's hand, but the the said .. -
judge that after reviewing The gun fired, she said, tr .
student Blanche Patricia Ward witness said that she J v
saw no the testimony and when an unidentified boy grab- f
has been bound over to the Circuit razor blade in Linda's hand ft
making an investigation of his bed her arm when Miss Lips- ; J1N ft
Court for trial t In the before
or after the
argument. own decided
to have the case comb lunged at her. Judge I
shooting of 16-year-old Linda
sent to circuit Court, where Weaver apparently did not believe "
Llpscomb. Miss Ward may face chargesof her story.
Miss Ward, 17, shot Miss
manslaughter or murder.
Lipscomb, of 2255 NW48thSt, iii*
to death last January in a cor- Miss Ward's testimony was But the witness, Roselee
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ridor of Jackson High. that the shooting was accidental Hurt, said that she did not see 1Li

The public defender,repre- I ; that she had found the Linda with the blade, beforeor

senting Ward, contended that pistol two days previously,had during the argument.
the shooting was In self de- hidden it in her school locker, Judge Weaver said, "The

fense in his plea to Juvenile 1 and taken it out after the argument life of a human being has been l

Court Sydney Weaver Monday, 4 L with Miss Lipscomb in

One of the witnesses, Jeat r the hallway. Dr. Alexander Van West,

Car r tngton, testified thai y psychiatrist, who examinedMiss ea \ .
Linda was standing at a bul- Another witness, Coralette Ward told the court that A

letin board in corridor,neal McNeal, 16,gave substantiallythe she was not an impulsive per- \ .
the while writing with a same, testimony, saying
gym :F".i son and that she had shown no
4'0',.., that she did not see razor
ballpen which Blanche asked any
Linda to, let her use.Linda,she .. ....,..,.."........" .' blade in the hand of the victim, remorse Ing it "accidental.for the killing" term-

said, replied rudely and used BLANCHE WARD before or after the shooting.
Miss Ward lives with her
obscene language Then
snuffed out. Not tar off
on a
Blanche said to her, "You Another witness, however, parents, Mr. and Mrs. James MRS. MARY ALICE RIVERS :
battlefield but in public "'
testified that Linda asked a Ward, who were in the court-
wait. She then went toper YI
school that is to be
supposed friend for blade
locker and returned with a gun. the cidadel of good citi- razor and room listening to the bizarre Mary Alice Johnson Rivers is clerk-typist-receptionist in
The witness testified that when she replied that shedidn't story. They live at 1371NW 60 the office of the Manager of Dade County. "b
Blanche threatened Linda zenship. have one, Lindaask- Street, with 12 of their child .
", The public Defender pleaded ed another friend, who said ren. Sixteen of their childrenare A native Miamian, Mrs. Rivers attended Phyllis Wheatley :'
"You that
and saying Linda, said say"twill again" for Blanche Patricia Wardto that she had a razor,and Linda living, eight others are Elementary School, Carver[Ranches,B.T.Washington,Lanier
Then be treated as a juvenile.But said, "Give it to me." dead. and Attucks High Schools in her quest for an education.
Blanche slapped Linda and as .. I
Linda drew back her hand as - -- ------ ----------. Married in 1962, she left school to become a full-time

If to strike, Blanche pulled out Teachers AssessedTo MIAMI AIRMAN housewife, but found that she could work for NYC and learn t
the pistol from her pocket and and earn at the same time. She graduated from Northwestern .\
fired once. Senior High School's Vocational Department in 1964, and was :

Thomas Peterson of the Bolster War ChestThe Antonio. AirmanJ. County.terminated from NYC because she was living in Broward

Public Defender's Office triedto P. Smoak Jr., son of Mrs.
During her NYC work, she learned the use of the dictaphone
lead the witness,as it were, Willie M. Smoak of 1355 NW
and utilized the one year of typing she had acquired at North
to say that she saw a razor 42nd St., Miami, has completed -
Dade Classroom needs to pay for legal ser- basic training at Lackland western, and within six months took the typist I exam with the

Teachers Association vices and to run a public information AFB, Tex.He has been assigned County. She failed tits test, but tried again and passed.

PermanentJobs meet Friday night to vote on campaign possibly to the Air Force Technical In her position in the County Manager's office, Mrs...lohn'i'i

plans to assess its members directed by an advertising Training Center at Sheppard son handles citizens inquiries, receptionist duties and typing ;

Sought $45 each and more than double agency. AFB, Tex., for specialized choirs j

its annual dues. schooling as a metals repair Mrs. Johnson has two children, Kenneth Leon,4,and Bonita
The assessment is
expected -
For YouthThe Pat Tornillo, CTA Executive specialist. Airman Smoak is a!I I Laverne, 2.
secretary, said both pro- to raise $225,000 including 1961 of \
graduate George "'- ---- - - -- -
posals have to be approved by about $90,000 needed to pay for Washington Carver High {
proposed county-wide the general membership, and expenses incurred during the j jI "
School, Coral Gables.His wife j OUR
effort bring the area's hard- 'that teachers will meet Friday recent school crisis. Tornillo -, is the former Leola Robinson. CLASSIFIED ADS I
into the
core Jobless said about $50,000 in expenses -
night at Marine Stadium to voteon
/has begun to show Airman $moak's father,Jay p. RESULTS
signs of life. the assessment. went for advertising.The Smoak,;resides at 3478 Day I BRING I II !

An extensive ,recreational He said the assessment will public information will Ave., Miami., I L .J 1 \
program with a plan to pro- also be used for establishingan include an "intensified politi- -- -- - - --_- "

vide more than 2,500 permanent emergency fund for future cal campaign," Tornillo said.
is the immediate '
concern of the Community HomemakingCounselors
lations Board, of which Robert screen and interview candi- AT MODERATE. RATES-CALL I :
dates for all offices
political ,
Simms was recently made
executive director. He will sponsor debates and publicizethe 1

serve as coordinator for the stands of every candidate'as BONDED 4' I
To to educa
1968 summer youth opportunity Help tion."they pertain

program. .
The plan will be presentedto Congressman Claude
Pepper this week proposedthat
County Manager porter W. the administration's vo- mm .
Homer, with aims primarily s
cational education bill be
at Negro youths. PRINTING
amended to for
provide com AGENCY
It will provide recreational

activities for the summer and munity homemaking counselors SERVICE .,.. t'
to .
serve disadvantagedareas.
find Jobs which is no
easy : .J
task, Simms said. .- ". ;. .. :
lNC .
The Dade Chapter of th National Pepper made his proposal HERE'S PROOF YOU'LLLIKE
during his testimony before
Alliance of Businessmen -
the General Subcommittee on
cool the in the
nation's cities.summer Education of the House Educa- 00 ,1fr ,4 r THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND

The Miami City Commis- tion and Labor Committee. Quality Job; Budget Price MANAGEMENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATING

sion has already approved a The Committee' is"Partnership consideringthe No Job Too Large or Small IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIESA
proposal made by City Com
missioner Athalie Range to for f 1968.Learning" and Earning Acto Deadlines Met on Time fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for II"

create two: neighborhood youth tenants convenience '
councils. Noting that the proposed act Satisfaction Guaranteed

"In this program, the council contains a separate program A community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent
for homemaking Pepper and. free II furnished and air conditioned comfort and
would hopefully be respon- sug- our customers come back! foryour enjoyment
gested that half of the funds for
sible for from recommendingyouths that neighborhoodfor this program be devoted to the Miami Tints . A public relations department to assist you with your problems.

Jobs," said Slmms. provision of counselors in Tenants concern will stop vandalism and r'Juce the costof housing.!

areas that have large numbersof Call OX 10421 '. .,
families headed by women.

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 29, 1968

Upgrade Negro Schools Now

To Be EqualBy
Dade County's 220,000 students have been back in school a

week now. It was their first normal: school week in a month as Whitney Young, Jr.

more than 5,000 teachers returned to their classrooms. Executive
Officct 6530NW 15th Ave.. Miami, Fla. 33147-PhoneI691.0421 Director
National Urban League
r' ; H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher Since the education crisis is, at the moment, resolved it i
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor would be hoped that some of the money that the School Board
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor did not use for salaries during that period :will be used In thecounty's

National Advertising Representative Negro schools -- to improve their deteriorated con Who Gets Subsidized?

Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. ditions. Many of the plans for ending poverty and putting people to
310 Madison Avenue. New York, N. Y. 10017 work rebuilding our decaying cities call for government sub-
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association Though some of the schools are equipped with the latest in
would be either outright grants or tax
These ,
S. Michigan Avenue Chicago, III. 60616 schools are far
of the county's
and facilities
motivate companies and individuals to take on socially useful .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES below par -- and most of these schools, unfortunately, are
ONE YEAR 55.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 schools. This is most unfortunate and projects.
FOREIGN $6.00 predominantly Negro
From the howls that have gone up from critics you would
we must strongly deplore and condemn these conditions
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post think nothing has ever been subsidized before. Some even say
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 have existed for so many years. that the tax structure has to be"protected" from rebates given

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The Only for anti-poverty programs. Don't they know it is too late to
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead Take Northwestern Senior High School, for example. "protect" it? It is already riddled with special Interest loop.
the world from racial and national antagonism when it accords last fall The Miami Times, in a series of articles and pictures, holes.
to every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human vividly pointed out the deplorable conditions at one of the fewremaining
fact of the matter Is that subsidies are as American
and The
legal rights. Hating .. as
no man, fearing no man the Negro schools in Dade County.
Press strives! to help' every man In the firm belief that all men predominantly Negro high the flag. I don't know of anyone who is well-to-do who doesn't
are hurt as long as anyone 'Is held back.Editor's Yet, after a tour of the school recently, we found the same the benefit in some way from federal subsidies. Only the poor geta

deplorable conditions, the same dilapidated textbooks locker, very small slice of the subsidy pie;everyone else gets a good
same poor scientific facilities, the same horrendous
Ie ntebnnh rooms and many, many other instances of neglect. helping.
just look at the Mississippi Delta Negro sharecroppers
and tenant farmers are literally starving. In
Ye Editor this week,brings you some news with little com- Statistics show that 55 percent of the white teachers walked couity
only 27 farmers were paid more money in federal subsidies
ment. He knows readers will interpret for themselves.You crop
our out in support of the recent educational crisis, but an
than the whole poverty program In that county got for the
already know. 84 of teachers participated in the
astounding percent the Negro
It's a wonderful country we live in, with freedom of speechand walkout. All of this in support of attempts to upgrade the county year. Because of this subsidy farmers cut back on acreage
and laid off workers. These farm workers then had to
freedom of action too know how far to plead
providing we
go and state's educational systems -- yet we still have schoolsin
assistance and surplus food leave
for anti-poverty or for
before coming to a full stop.In the plight of Miami Northwestern. Let's hope the $2.8 mil big
this story he can't help but think it was a mighty poor way lion the teachers will not be paid for days missed will be usedin city ghettos.
for a minister of the Gospel to comment and act on a pictureof the short-changed Negro schools first. In the last two years alone, cotton farmers got $1.8 billionin
price supports. But this money went to farm owners who
our Lord hanging in his church.However, such action came ,
from one of our outstanding leaders. So, there's freedom of When are all of us going to wake up and realize that the only in effect, got a guaranteed annual income for growing cotton.
rm not against this welfare program for well-off landowners
speech. way to get first-class citizenship is with a first-class educa-
' "Be of color think black the I just want to see it extended to cover the poor as well.
proud your Rev. Adam Clay- tion and our children, assuredly, cannot geta first-class edu-
ton Powell said to his Harlem last The basic purpose of subsidies is to encourage the develop
congregation Sunday. "Ne- cation in some of the county's Negro schools. Not in the con-
t gro leadership is vital to save A merica from becoming a sec- dition they're in now, anyway. ment of economically useful projects. For example, it Is con-
' ond class power." At the same time Powell warned against sidered a good thing for the U.S. to have a large fleet of shipsat
"indiscriminate white attitude." its disposal. So the government subsidizes more than half

Gesturing toward a painting of a white-skinned Christ, he the ships built to carry foreign trade. Some people think a supersonic -
said, "See the picture of Jesus? Get it out of here." plane would be a good thing. So the government sub-
"We want a black Christ," came the cry from the pews. Strange EraWe sidizes the private companies}: building it to the tune of two or

"The nation is in trouble, Powell said. "America is on three billion dollars.
the verge of a second class power." look upon the following statement of Andre Malraux's as The average middle-class American is heavily subsidized.
Rev. Powell said the answer is not in moderate civil rights one of the shrewdest made during 1967. The French author Interest on his mortgage and his local property taxes are deductible -

leader Martin Luther King. He described King as a moderate said, "The historian who will judge our era will say: what a on his federal tax. But when these sums are includedin
Uncle Tom "but with the Ford Foundation paying for it. We strange era where the left was not left, where the right was the rent poor people pay in the slums, they can't deduct it,
have passed Martin Luther King by," said the speaker. not the right, where the center was not in the middle." Mortgages themselves,are often backed by federal guarantees.

Now hear Mr. King. Speaking in New York, he said: Commuter railroads are often heavily subsidized, as are the
"I must honestly say I absolutely refuse to get into any pub- Strang times, indeed. Yet, in their perverse way,heartening highways suburbanites need.
lic or private debate with Mr. Powell." He was more concerned times as well. For 1967 was a year when mere party lines, Americans climbed into the middle class by'virtue of

with the conditions in ghettos that"spawned the angry merely ideological training, mere inherited views held less subsidies like the GI Bill,which enabled them to go to college.
voices" than in the damage of the riots they stirred. weight than almost ever before. And white middle-class citizens are often favored in propertytax

"The mobilization is going very well for his planned April 22 charges. A recent study in Boston showed that homes in affluent -
'poor people march on Washington. The demonstration will Many months ago these columns noted what a strange sea areas are assessed at only a third of their real value,
be executed non-violently." change' the Vietnam war,for example,had made in many per- while homes in the Roxbury ghetto are assessed at 75 percentof
Following the service Rev. Mr. Powell led a march down son's positions. Former right-wing isolationists were all for their true value.

Seventh Avenue from 138th Street to 116th Street. America's continued Intervention In Southeast Asia. Former Business is subsidized to purchase new machines Such investments
\ liberal one-wor lders were calling upon the United States to pullback are eligible for a seven percent tax credit.
"It is well to think we U--it is Divine to act well." Horace in the world, and leave other people alone Fm all for this. But if we subsidize middle-class homeowners -
expanding businesses,and farm corporations who are paid
And what happened on Vietnam has happened on a hundred not to grow crops, why can't we also subsidize the poor, who
Wanted: other issues also. In economics religion, politics the strangest need it most?

l new bedfellows were popping upall over the place. Frankly We ought to subsidize: industry for building homes and plantsin
t Real Citizens' ParticipationLong we think that there Is much good to be found In this. At the the ghetto,and we ought to subsidize training costs for com
very least, It shows a breaking of hidebound
up prejudices. panies who hire the unemployed as well as living costs for
before the recent President's Commission Report on At the best, it shows a growing willingness on most person's trainees and students.

riots, it was a known fact by residents of the ghetto and Black part to look at situations with a fresh and less partial eye. Subsidies work because they encourage money and efforttogo

Sociologists, working and living in the ghetto, that the power Ibid Into the subsidized areas. They are a form of investment.
structure would have to bring about Socio-EconomicchangeU Let's invest as much in people as we invest in machines Let's

the American dream was to become a reality. subsidize industry to tackle poverty and bad housing, the way
Realizing this, many attempts have been made to create the we subsidize them to build ships and planes. The nation can
"Great Society." These attempts for the main parthave been Phil OssoferPHIL only benefit from it.lei's .
faultering steps, such as the"War On poverty," keep America
Beautiful, and other programs of this kind. Seeing the lack of
a well coordinated plan, the Congress of the United States OSSOFER talk PoliticsBy

passed the Demonstration Cities Act of 1967, which title was
later changed to the Model Cities Program.In I finally worked my way Renuart, Bailey Cheely Lum. NORMAN E. JONES

this Legislation, a key phrase was placed. "Citizens' through that thrilling Miami ber Company, I discovered a
Participation." What is meant by this, is that the program un- Times special supplement, fine crew of young salesmen, The behind the scenes manuevering ,the uncertainties,the
der the Model Cities Program must involve the residents of "Progress," which portrayedjob black and white, working in doubts, the difficulty of obtaining straight forward answers,
the Model Cities area, in more than Just an advisory role.It opportunities in G rea t e r harmony Thank God for young the passing the buck characterizing the actions of the democratic
is because of this that the Liberty City Community Coun- Miami. It seems as if the wallsof unbiased minds! hierachy In the state in their efforts to rebuild the con-
cil and James E.Scott Community Association and other com discrimination are really fidence of the electorate in the party and in the Democratic
munity organizations have began to roll up their sleeves along falling down fast. I have been At our bank out there, anew"colorful" candidates is such "queer" actions to buildstronger confi-

with other concerned citizens trying to involve the total Model pleasantly surprised in my addition to thetellers' dence.
Cities population in an organized fashion to help shape their travels around town to see rell staff is Mrs. Daisy Hat- Denials back and forth of just who is to be "handpicked"to
own destinities. more "color" in store per- a very efficient and serve as delegates on a slate to represent the Democratic

It means, that we must begin to more than complain about sonnel, but as yet I am more friendly young lady. Her response Party at the National Demo convention in Chicago this August,
conditions BernardN.Dyer,Director of the Liberty City Com- than a little disturbed about the mikes to Phil Ossofer's quips resignations from this "0 Ii gar c h f c" slate,splintering Into
munity Council, stated that it is the hope of creating a new construction industry, which her my favorite teller, fragments, what is supposed to be the vehicle not only to express
broad based power structure in the Model Cities area that seems to be the stronghold of naturallyl! the will of the Florida electorate in the choice of a party

drives him and his staff towards the goal of true Citizens' Par- racial discrimination in Dade Yes, the times are changedand candidate.but dominant organization In getting out the vote for
ticipation. This new structure County. their party's choice in the election no matter :
power will be able to "tell it The Miami Times had depicted November general ,
like it is" and get something done about the terrible condi- the changes in Its"Pro- who he might be.Has already proven a seemingly unsolvable
tions in our community without fear of retaliation, for their I work for a masonry con- gress" r ep or 1. Bey on d the problem to the "Democratic leaders" of Florida.
tractor and have found that the
source of power will be the people they represent. He further ominous rumblings of "hot It must: be an even more confusing problem for the voters
skilled labor unions and the
stated. "Too often, our community is made a pawn by peoplenot summers" comes a new sound of Florida who are kept in the"d a r k"by secret meetings,
really concerned about the everyday Jane or Joe, who are white masons are far from being . faintly as yet . a har- "press releases from "impeccable' sources of the actions
liberal. This Is under-
the victims of the racism that the President's Commission ( an monious note of equal taken in "secret" meetings and to be followed by denials
points out. U this program works, then we all can with pride statement, but Ican'tdescribe from individuals so involved
point at our accomplishment." the picture fully here.After "This is the way to build confidence ina political party and
all, The Miami Times Is a Ibelieve wearefastap- its candidates"

family newspaperl!) preaching the harvest time for "Afraid to connect with any of the active candidates Hoping
MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE the flowers of equality, the to play all ends agahst the middle, Just who controls whom
MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY While transacting our company's seeds of which were planted varying from morning news to evening news on the same day
banking business, I by the Abolitionists of the the
nurtured slate asked? members
By what method the
APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. have found that the commun- by the was
operators of the Underground slate chosen? Do to a deciS-
they have the privilege of coming
ARE COURTEOUS ity of South Miami is
progressing Railroad, and now ion on their own? How many "bosses' are on the slate Who
PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM! in equal opportunities in blossoming forth in this cracks the final whip? These and other unanswered questions,
employment. Shopping at the radiant
century. just citizens.
might be of great interest to average Joe

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Commentary DESPAIR; FOR ALL THINGS y: : '

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Any other Harlem Negro would have been arrested and Jail k
ed for criminal contempt of court if he had returned to New
York from exile in the Bahamas evading arrest. This is because
no other Harlemite commands as many votes at an election
as Adam Clayton Powell,the excluded member o f the U.S. '
House of Representatives.The ;
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vote controlling power of the Reverend Adam Clayton }r !1 r' r T
Powell is so strong that he was permitted a triumphant reentry
free from arrest when he returned to Harlem last Fri t .
day. But no sheriff, no prosecuting attorney, no defending attorney t CH RLES EVERS
and of course no Judge, and not Powell, will say that I D f r
there could have been a political deal, secretly arranged. I j VI"> d 4v MYINMISSISSIPPINNPA /
Some day the truth might leak out. And it could be that political d ,

expediency, political bed sharing,and political strategy 1, : : ( ; ,
compelled Powell's freedom from immediate Jail in New York, (
where he was afraid to be seen for months.
It is obvious to political observers that the crucial political i ft. _ _
situation created by Eugene McCarthy and Robert Kennedy (
when they declared for the presidential nomination: made
Powell's voting getting strength indispensable.This .
illustrates the power of the black vote. This is what y I ..\
some Negro leaders mean when they talk about Black power, s rr \\
the voting strength that can change a President of the United '
States. \
Will Powell now regain his seat in Congress? He can. The \
criminal contempt charges are what kept Powell Bimini for \
over eighteen months. But when powell recently paid a $56,000
ludement to Mrs. Esther James (who now lives in Jamaica, 4r "
West Indies) and won a ruling in the court of Appeals in New
York reducing the amount of the Judgment, his chances for
Congressional acceptance became very good. .
Powell was dened his seat again in Congress when last Feb- ,
ruary the United States Court of Appeals in Washington refused ::S::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::...:::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::1 :

to interfere in Mr. Powell's March 1967exclusion from ::::
the 90th Congress. But this doesn't prevent Powell from going :::: Editors & Publishers j
to the United States Supreme Court for final decision. :|: ..
This Court of last resort can reverse the decision of the ;:|;: .:.: \
lower court and force Congress to admit Powell. But will that ;$::: (
be done? It is quite possible, because if Powell is re-elected ::jij: Get High Level Washington Briefing i ;
in November, and there is no doubt that he will, it will be a :::;: ..
different Congress that he will be facingnotthe 90th that excluded :|:; .. \
him, but the 91st, which can be different in its attitude fy f; WASHINGTON. (NNPA-President Johnson told a fast meeting with Vice President Humphrey. Top Ne- :::: \
toward Powell. :ii|: group of Negro editors and publishers last Friday that gro government officials also participated in the meet- ::::

Then if Powell is expelled,or excluded again,he can then go :;|:: his Administration is prepared to "battle to the end" ing. ::>::>:: ,I
to the U. S.Supreme Court and let five liberal Judges, Justices >:;:: for "open and decent housing for all Americans.But The Vice President asked the publishers to join the ::::
Black, Warren, Fortas, Douglas, and Marshall force the 91st :!:j the Nation's Chief Executive said he was con- Administration's efforts to find decent jobs and housing ::;:: 'i;
Congress to seat him. So, Powell has a good chance of regain- :::;: cerned about the passage in the House of the Senate- for returning Negro veterans. t tHe :::: :
ing his seat in Congress and give Harlem's 18th Congressional ::!:::; approved Civil Rights. Bill that contains the most ::: I
District the representation that it hasn't had since January:::: sweeping open housing. provision in history. "If you also discussed the Youth vpportunityCouncil :::: .."
1967. :::: don't have open housing. .a decent place to live . Programs to find employment for young people this :: ;:",
you don't have first class citizenship," he said. summer. . tiff: .
RAISE $50,000 FOR DADE COUNTY NEGROES TOCAMPAIGN|:: The 28 editors and publishers were invited to Wash- Participants in the meeting included Louis Martin, :: "I
FOR, NOMINATION AND ELECTION ::.::.; ington by Vice President Humphrey as members of the Deputy chairman, Democratic National Committee, and ::
:: Governmental Affairs Committee of the National News- Clifford Alexander, Director, Equal Employment Opportunity ti '
Several Negroes in Dade County have filed for nomination ::::: paper Publishers Association. Commission. \

for election to the State legislature, Metro Commission, and >::: The delegation was headed by National Newspaper Daring the morning and afternoon oft.the-record" ti :
School Board. Discussing the prospects with Joe Kershaw, a :::::;
Publishers Association president, JohnH. Murphy, m, sessions at the State Department, the group was briefk k
seasoned campaigner, he informed us that it would require :::: who also is
president of the Afro-AmericanNews. *ed by Secretary of State Dean Rusk; Under Secretary s
about $50,000 to finance the campaigns of these Negro candidates :::: papers.In Nicholas deB. Katzenbach; Ambassador John Stevens;

|::| his discussion of the Civil Rights Bill,the President Director General of the Foreign Service;Robert Akers, L
Our suggestion is that Negroes put their money where their .'::: the William Administrator s I,
urged publishers to press their Congressmenand USIA Deputy Director; Gaud, :
talking comes from and rak<$50,000 for the campaign expenses ::;:: Senators, especially those in Southern States, to of the Agency for International Development (AID); :: I
of all the And the best :::
candidates. may man win. ::
support the measure. and Joseph Palmer, Assistant Secretary of State for :, :
This amount of money can be raised through entertainment :::j "We face "
a tense moment in our history, Mr. Johnson African Affairs. ':::
'"benefits," a few of them, featuring name stars;$10, $15 and; :::;:; said. "I am tryingtobea President to all the people During the day, a number of publishers took time :::
$25 a plate dinners, that is provided Negroes can muster :::!j but I need all the help I can get." He reminded the out to call members of Congress to enlist their sup :::
enough race pride and try hard to spend some money to put :::: group of Am e r ic a' s leading Negro newspapers that port for the Civil Rights Bill. ::: ;
some Negroes in different offices, state and county. ;$:: "when we get this (open housing) law, some will not In addition to Mr. Murphy and Mr. Martin, other :::
A committee could be appointed, headed by some one who isiji:::: want to obey it." NNPA Governmental Affairs Committee members off

honest and dedicated, with members consisting of some well ::)! In a serious tone, the President said, "the Emancipation present included: Frank L, Stanley, publisher, Louisville :::
known civic and political leaders, Negroes and whites. ::::: Proclamation is that Defender Elizabeth vice-
Just --only a proclamationand (Ky) ; Mrs. M. Moss, ::
The $50,000 could be used for newspaper radio,and televis- ;:::: not a fact." He asserted that one of his primary president and treasurer, Afro-AmericanNewspapers, ;:::
ion advertisements; handbills by the thousands; house-to- :iji:::: goals is to have "black men in all jobs' and at all Baltimore; Kenneth Drew, publisher, Queens Voice, ':::
house canvassing, renting halls, and other incidentals. :$: levels of government and industry.In Brookly, N. Y.; Washington Rhodes,publisher, Phil ':::
Elections can not be won without the expenditure of a lot of :::: repsonse to a question, Mr. Johnson said he felt adelphia (pa.) Tribune; Miss Mildred Brown, pub- ::
money; the Negro candidates referred to here do not have ;jjij:: the recently Issued recommendations of the National lisher, Omaha (Nebr.) Star; Russ Jollivette, Miami :::: .,
enough to campaign effectively. Don't let them waste :::::
money ; Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders was "the Timos. ::::
their time, get them some money. cannot ::::: most Important report that has been issued since I became Also: Kenneth Coulter, publisher, Milwaukee Star; ;:::
In Dade County, there are enough white office holders in the ::::: President." He said he had ordered the report D. L. Inman, publisher, Thomasv1l1eGa.)New5;Clyde ;:::
state legislature; on the school board, and on the County Com- ::::: sent to all Mayors and Governors and principal fed- C. Jordon, editor, East St. Louis (Ill.)Monitor;Dr. L. ::::
mission. Now let's get some Negroes in these offices so that r:::: eral officials throughout the country, with a request H. Holman, publisher, Joliet ((111.) Voice; Thomas :::.:
Dade's Negroes could have proper representation. $ that they read the document carefully.But Picou, editor, Chicago Daily Defender. ::::
ORCHIDS AND BOUTONNAIRES :8::: he said the $80billionthe Commission said was Also: Balm Leave 11, publisher, New Crusader, ::
:';::'i: necessary to implement the recommendations far ex- Chicago, m.; Robert Johnson, editor, Jet Magazine, ::::
ceeded what Congress would be willing to provide.All Chicago, 111.; Miss M. A. Williams,editor PhotoNews, i::;:
in all, the President noted, the report"was more good West Palm Beach, Fla.; Vernon Mitchell, publisher, ::::
III than bad." Columbus (Ga.) News; Whitney Bossette, editor Mu- :::;:
In addition to the Civil Rights Bill, the President, hammad Speaks, Chicago, 111.;Mrs. Marjorie parham, ::
despite a heavy schedule, spent nearly an hour and a editor, Cincinnati (Ohio) Herald;J, S. Nathaniel Tross, :::i:
fr; ::.::. half with the publishers. Topics discussed during the publisher, Charlotte (NC.) Post; Dr. Charles I. West, ;:.::
:::::: lengthy meeting included the Administration's effortsto publisher, Las Vegas (Nev.) Voice; T. C.Jervaypub- ;:::
improve the lot of low-income citizens through the lisher, Wilmington (N. C.) Journal; Mrs. Bertha Mc- ::
Model Cities and job opportunities programs, the war Neill, Wilmington, (N. CJournal; Alger L. Adams, ;::: \
\',\\\1\ :::: in Vietnam, the current gold crisis, and proposals fora editor, Creative Printing, Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y. ::::
1"i';.' tax surcharge to meet the mounting fiscal deficit. ::::=::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::!
DR DAVIS MRS. CULMER MR. DEAN :;:; The NNPA Governmental Affairs Committee was in ::,', .
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:::: Washington for the fourth meeting with top federal officials :'.' j
A major focus of this meeting was equal employment :::
Dr. Ira P. Davis, who knows more key white people of ::: opportunity problems at the State Department
prominence than any other Negro in the Miami area, for his ::: In past meetings,the publishers received i OUR CLASSIFIED ADS
efforts to bring about the best race relations in the commonW. :::; briefings at the Defense Department, Office of Eco- ,', 1. ,

nomic Opportunity, Department of Housing( and Department -
Mrs. John E.(Leomie)culm, widow of the learned clergyman :;:;; of Health, Education and Welfare. ij BRING RESULTS ::
interest she takes in ::::
for the incomminityaffairs devot- The publishers began their busy day with a break- ':' ...
ing some time to volunteer service for children's welfare. ::: ,:.:,
Tanny Dean, the personable "Sepia Mayor," for the enthusiasm :::: t'':.

with which he plays politics with the grass roots. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

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I 4' \\ ON Sunday, Febuary 25, at ,."".,.. Joctu
I l lI Star of the Sea I
I -- -- the Mary

I :, Miami Times Society Editor given in holy matrimonyby '--'
M; uncle Hasten Rus-
her Mr.
.* The Division of Economic Opportunity in the office.of Gov- sell, to Mr. Bernard Cole. The Med-Dens (Medical and Dental Assistants of Miami)

ernor Claude Kirk recently presented community action The bride, wearing a cham- ,1j j celebrated their Fourth Anniversary by dining together at the

awards to four Mlamians "for outstanding services renderedto page: full length brocade gown, aMISS New M&M: Cafeteria last Sunday, at the North Miami Beach

the community." Recipients were Arthur H. King, director carried a bouquet of white car- '. Shopping Center. Jane Pratt and Alice Screen, attended from

of the Culmer Neighborhood Center, run by Economic nations and white orchids.She the Richmond Heights area.

Opportunity Program, Inc., the local poverty program; Mrs. was attended byMiss Zelma Silmmstic classes are beiog held weekly at Frank c, Martin
Betty Lou Barbieri, director of volunteer services for EOPI; In These classes are offered
Grant matron of Honor, a Elementary School by the Dade
.j Juanita Greene urban affairs writer for the Miami Herald and
full length yellow gown. She County Parks and Recreation Center of Richmond Heights
Bill Baggs, editor of the Miami News carried a bouquet of yellow Come and be one of the t People" Join the Slimnas.: :

\,. A Negro woman lawyer, Mrs. Marie Carl,will take over the carnations with matching ac- tics class on Tuesday, from 7-10 p.m. For further Informs
No. 3 job inDade's war on poverty April 15, EQPIofficials announced -' cessories.Her ( tioa call 2354503.You .
Monday. Mrs. Carl, now a top official with the Office
t .
in deep
invited to attend
cordially an OU -ot-Door
; of Economic Opportunity in Atlanta, will succeed Samuel Mon- of blue are activity
rainbow pink
I cur. Before Joining the federal antipoverty agency in 1965, she and formals were, EttaM. SARAH LEWIS: sponsored by the Girl Scouts of Sunny Pine Neighborhood As-

worked in the probation department as a Juvenile court official green Stuart ( sociation, March 30, from 5-7 p.m.,at Richmond Heights p rk.
Russell Vienna ,
in Los Angeles. on to attend Charron and Williams There is no money to be paid Just your presence will be ap.

Some "Beautiful People" gathered in the Banyan Room of Cheryl Wildgoose, Merily Commercial Col- preciated. C. Brooks, neighborhood chairman, Mrs Alma

the Everglades Hotel, Tuesday evening for the Annual Meetingof Martin, Cleora Belou, Ann lege with an "A" average. Crawford, troop organizer,and Mrs. Miriam Pratt, troop consultant -

the James E. Scott Community Association, Inc. Plaqueswere Grant. Dresses were designed by .
awarded to outstanding patrons of the association.Those Best man was Telmage McIntosh Mrs. Levy Rolle and Mrs. Speak for yourself at the "Election Day"but to speak
of Grand Ba-
who received plaques were Miss Olive Alexander, Baron de Freeport bride's mother Dena Meadows. The weddingwas you must register. Register now, from March 18 thru 30, at

Hirsh Meyer, Leonard Abess and the Designers and Decora- hama. The lace dress with directed by Father Bren- Richmond Heights Drugs,9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, Wednesday,

tors Guild of South Florida. The featured speaker was ArchieW. wore white accessories.The a pink den. Out of town guests were Friday, and Saturday. 9 a.m. 9 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday,

Hardwick, new director of the Associatin. the bride's uncle and aunt Mr.
their bride is the daughter of The Killian Cougar's baseball team schedule for the monthof
Med-Dens (Medical and Dental Assistants) celebrated
Mr. and Milton Lewis and Mrs. Louis Russell of Mi- March Friday March 29 Curley at Curley
fourth anniversary at the M&M Cafeteria of North Miami Mrs. : 3:30: p.m. Saturday
Beach. Mrs. Eura Williams is president. Members include Freeport Grand Bahama. ami Richmond, Mrs. Annie Heights Williams and Mr.of March 30, Coral Park at Coral park, 2:00 p.m.

Opal Stewart, Johnnie Mae Trent, Janet Redman, Winifred The reception was at the Daniel Clark of Miami. Make sure you attend the games. The record stands with 7
which is
House Inn
Isaacs, Sennette McPhee, Catherine Abercrumbie, Cynthia Shingle wins and 1 loss.
Odessa Williams operated by Mr.Bill Grant and The newlyweds are now liv-
Knowles June
Dorothy Kelly, Humphrey, ,
Mrs. Maddellne: Whitt. Miss The Frank c. Martin Elementary School PTA will hold its
Ernestine Rollins, Constance Carey, Alma Kemp, Edythe ing in Fr eeport Grand Ba-
Glass, Alice Screen and Jane Pratt. Lewis was a graduate of G. W. hama, where she is a secre- regular monthly meeting Monday, April 1, in the school cafe-

Charles Bowleg Jr.,son of Mr.and Mrs.Samuel W. Roberts, Carver High School and went tary at Barclays Bank. torium, at 8 p.m

arrived home last week from Franklin's School of Science and
Arts in Philadelphia, Pa.,where he is studying to be a medical .

technician.Clotilde Dent is all smiles since daughter and her hubby Houston To Read /i tmO. . -
(Jean and Samuel Lane) of Washington: D. C. are spending a .. :.
part of their spring vacation with in Miami. The Lanes will Poetry At U of M .. .
leave on Thursday to visit their son and his family, Phillipand < f
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Gloria Lane in Georgetown, Guyana. J Marsha Houston, outstand- -/JIJJ/. ;
"" >P-
Mrs. Helen Ziegler Johnson of Washington ing drama student at Emory .\\\Id\ 'Mf'rl

D. C. and Dr. J. K. Johnson of Miami, University, will present an .\. "" I r
announced the engagement of their daughter, r evening of dramatic poetry ?71 '

Jewyll Rose to Peter Hawkins, son of Mr. readings at 8 p.m Wednesday ... 7
and Mrs. John Hawkins of Cleveland, Ohio. March 27, at the University of :" ':"> ,)II JI A.:
The wedding is planned for April 18. Miami. J

Mrs. Charles (Mayme) Williams spent h kx Open to the public, the pre- I ,v"Q; '>Y.

the weekend in Washington, D. C. attendingthe sentation will be held in the ;l ;, 1 \" ".
Southern Area Conference of Women's Jewell Great Lounge of the Women's I fJ

International League for Peace and Freedom at the Willard Residence Halls, 1101 Miller ,

Hotel. May m e also bad time for a v is it with her daughters, Drive, Coral Gables. '. II r p L.. .
Paula and Phyliss and their families. Sponsored by the Associated

Mrs. W. A. (Dora) Patterson, Jr. was hostess to the Miami Women Students at UM, Miss' 'l\ "

Links on Saturday at her home. Houston will give a series of I I: ;, k .
The National Council of NegroWomenwill hold its Member- readings portraying female I .T1 PJ

ship Luncheon at the Sweden House on Saturday, March 30, characters created by Carl
2 p.m. 4 p.m. Mrs. Lynette Penning ton is president. Sandburg, Lan g s ton Hughesand \\ ir'1." 001 ., .t

"Happiness is a flight to Miami from Nassau to attend the other authors. MARSHA HOUSTONDr. JUNIOR PETITE
Mahl Shrine Circus," says fifty-one wide-eyed Bahamian Miss Houston is presidentof 1 / byJERELLof TEXASMember

Youngsters, most of them crippled from Nassau and the out the Women's Honor Organization Lynn Bartlett, coordi- "
islands as well as others from the Ranfurly Home and Child- honor society for sen- nator of Women's Residence 'cl
ren's Emergency Hostel. It was a specially chartered Eastern ior women at Emory. Follow- Halls, Is faculty adviser to ... ..
Airlines flight, arranged by Miami's Mahi Shrine, to bring the ing her graduation, she plansto AWS which has brought num- {: ) ,

youngsters to Miami, many on their first plane trip to see their continue her drama studiesat erous cultural programs to the L: "" t 4
first circus.If graduate school. UM campus. I- :.-,)1"" "'" f-'
L. J '
possible, take time to visit Eleanor George'sArt ExhibitIn 'f-. .1. r"I&""

the library at Brownsville Junior High. Eleanor is a teen- INSPIRATION IN ... hl
ager. The total exhibit is so interesting that at least one com t -
FASHIONSThe f7 :ir'1
mercial establishment has asked permission to display it. Mrs. Southeastern '- %!t I .
Vernon Lindsey Is the Instructor. Matronsand r-
Congratulations I ,,
Patrons Council Order 1 :::I .,.) t1I
Get well wishes to Mrs.Willie(Bessie)Slater; Felix Taylor; Eastern of H r<<'
Stars : .
Prince "'
Bill Hanna at home; Mrs. Muriel I Williams in room 318 at Hallaf- ,, .J..J rt f!

Cedars with a fractured leg; also to our Key West Miami ). I'; ( : ;:\ ; fillation spiration will In present" "In- ,....Lr'.. Y'I' ,... L
Times dealer Oscar Gunn who has been 111 in the :' Fashions, Sun- -rJ..
hospital. !.' : '-
Mrs. ..,J.'".., Iii' ', day, April 7,4 p.m.,at the Lib- .'
D. A. Julius was hostess to the Cwest Club at its regu- ', ." .1- <
'; erty Square
; 6306 J
lar i'
meeting on Tuesday at her 44th Street home. ..r. NW 14th Avenue. ,
IT'S A DATE: Girl Scout Council of Tropical Florida invites

Scouts and friends of Scouting to its Council-Wide Event for ( An enjoyable afternoon has "

Cadettes. The event, "Fiesta de la Cassa will be April 27, at been planned. The public is in- in good

Dinner Key Auditorium. vited. Donation is $1.00. standing of the"Teenster's"
Mrs. Viola Hill Is
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: president. Union.

I show 'em
.4 Earl Mountbatten of Burma .
is better to be one little thing than to dream one or ten paying one of his frequent, who's boss i in this
big dreams which never get translated into action. As you Mrs. Harvey of Harvey's visits to Nassau
said he
keeps woven cotton
Improve your community, you build a stronger nation, and a Wigs will be the narrator when coming back to the go- ::t
better world. You can't separate the good you do. It is like a the Willing Workers of Hills "because I sunny resort everywhere coat dress 'Q.
ripple from the pebble dropped in the water and goes on and Chapter sponsor their"Spring the Bahamas very enjoy" with discreetly flattering :

on until it touches all the shores. Fashion Show," Sunday, specially. neckline and pristine
Ronald H. Turner March 31, from 4p.m.t07

Valencia Williams has as her houseguesther cousin, Grace p.m., at the Double Deck Club, "Any where in the world white collar.: Belted in .

Thompson I who is vacationing with her husband, Tom, The on 79th Street.Donation,$1 00 you want to go" dashing white patent. 4.

Thompson are from Bronx, New York. at door, $1.25. Titters tafT Sizes 3 to 13. And only $21. .
Here from Gainesville is Mrs.Delia Parker, mother of Mrs. NO MORE ,1/.7
Williams (Martha) Anderson who is enjoying her visithere ATTENTION ALLTEENAGERS

with grandchildren. fleawwWS'rUfEl. We Carry Sizes 3 to 20
Mlamians who motored to Port Salerno, Fla., for the fun-
There will be a
eral of Mugaret Josephine Potier McKlnney on Sunday were ," at Bonded"TeenageHop Rental uQFau'Yo.r Open 'til 9hORU'S .

Alfred Miller, Thelma Adderley, Ethel Potier, McDonald, Neighborhood
Agency, 4150 NW 7th Avenue, Trove I .
Eunice Miller, Gladys pratt,Viola WartieldAlbertaandcyril Agents"
sponsored by the North Miami
a Poitier, Ruby Sears and Blovena Monroe. Mrs. McKinney was !)
Beach Voters Council, Inc., At I o! ) La(!)
near to
the sister of Mrs. Blovena Monroe and aunt of Ruby Sears and you as your
Friday, March 29, from 9:00 telephone. Give us a call
Cyril Poitier. p.m. until midnight. Admis- W'. dell*.,. 1104 NW r
Volunteers Unlimited (NCNW)Youth Council will present A sion 50 per person.Refresh- Ave. FR 98451. Chas. 3rd C, LORY'S FASHION SHOPS . EVERYWHERE!
Night Of Fun" at Bonded Rental Community Center, Friday ments will be North Manager.
evening, at 8 p.m. March 29. one come all! I 6112 NW 7 AVE. EDISON CENTER -1




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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 29, 1968 7

OEO Presents Awards For Outstanding ServiceLast ::1

combined efforts of the Cul explained all
Wednesday Macon Mrs. Barbieri was very about Block
Williams Personnel Aide to ,grateful and she stated that she mer staff and the recreation Clubs to the group and all other '
Governor Kirk on Urban Affairs was: not accepting the award department 400 children were services at Culmer Center.
presented awards for for Betty Lou Barbieri,but for entertained at the MahiShrine The 501 Block Club made a
Circus at Tropical Park on Saturday forty dollars ($40.00) contri-
outstanding s e r v Ice s, in the the employees of the EOPI
absence of Sargeant Shriver, without whose help she could March 23. This was a bution to the Center to help
Director of the National Office not have received the award. Community Action Project. transport some of the childrento
BY STANLEY '"SWEETS" SWEETINGLINE0TYPE of Economic Opportunity, Mr. Ashe was sorry that Bill There were three buses donated the Mahi: Shrine Circus,and
Washington D.C., who requested Baggs could not be here to see by the communitytwo of to help honor three boys, who
the governor's officeto this, because this was a pro- which were from Metro. The apprehended an individual who
THE LITTLE, RED BOOK: Dunbar elementary cafeteria make said awards. Mr.Williams gram he is always glad to sup funds had to be derived from robbed one of our citizens.
manager Eddie Lee Smith spent March 14-17 formerly of theFlorl- the community to pay for the
In Knoxville Tenn attending Inaugurationof da A&M University coaching port.Mr.. King stated that he was transportation of these child- Dedication at Ritz Theater:
her nephew Dr. Robert Leon Owens nias team, stated that he wanted to humble and honored to receivethe ren. The pare ntsand staff Culmer Advisory Board
Knoxville College's 10th president. A graduate demonstrate what happens award because the EOPI members responded in large voted to spearhead a Dedica-
of Tuskegee Institute Dr Owens succeeds a when you do an outstanding job. Program is one for service.He numbers as chaperons. tion Ceremony on or about
Dr James Allen Colston brother of Dr He presented wards to the was aware of the fact that Arthur King,Culmer Center April 20, at the newly acquired -
Nathaniel R. Colston of Miami. Also In attendance following persons: such an award would not have Director, attended the organization Ritz Community Recreation I
at the ceremonies were Mrs Mrs. Betty Lou Barbieri, been possible if it was not for of the new Block Club, Center, formerly the Ritz \ ,
Smith's mother Mrs Lula Owens her sister director of Community the courageous and dedicated namely the Terrace Block Theater Morris Abramsisthe
Mrs Percy (Addle) Owens-Gardiner Lois sources of the EOPI. staff of Culmer Center. Club, which is made up of..tenants , chairman of the dedication
and Juanita Reid's son Kennedy. Mumford Mr. Bill Baggs,editor of the Maid Shrine Circus at living in the 1130-36-42 committee.
I Sr recently appointed project manager of the Olinda Planning Miami News. (The award was Tropical Park: Through the NW 2nd Avenue Building.King Charles North, reporter.
Project of Dade County. accepted by Mr. ClarkAshe in
the absence of Mr. Baggs.)
SCRATCH MY BACK: The Larry(Queen Esther) Hall and Mr. Arthur H. King, Direc- pr'
the Willie (Laura) Graham families were attendees during Israel tor of the Culmer Neighborhood , 1 Cat'
w q 'l'F' O
Bethel Primitive a'a. .r
Baptist Church conference In West Palm Center.
Beach last week . Music master LINTON Berrien In Plan: Mrs. Juanita Greene of the
Recital at Ft Lauderdale's First Baptist Church at 7 p.m. . Miami Herald was not presentto
Orbs were ogling and eyebrows lifting when stunningly-attired receive her award. Mr.King '"
Blanche Dean sashayed all over the place in her best social was authorized by Mr. Wil- ,J
fineries during Alpha phi Alpha's shindig last Friday night liams to present said award to )
. .Andthe Oral(Marian)AllenSr's after-dance "sneakeasy" Mrs. Greene.
following the affair was a corker. '
ep I T
MIAMI MUSINGS: Delta Sigma Theta's 1968 edition of Debu-
tantes numbers 77. Sixty-nine of these "Innocents" were es- Mrs. Carl
corted by Sorors Dorothy Miller and Betty Smiley on a sight-
seeing tour of Bass Museum on MlamiBeach last Saturday. . ReplacesMoncur
Then on Sunday these Debutantalizers attended a Forum at
Church of the Open Door to hear Delta Soror Albertha Cald- At
well deliver "Challenge of Leadership." Debuteaser Sonja
Bethel chirped "The Holy City." EOPI 'II,

STUFF AND SUCH: Among Jackson Memorial Hospital's I'.
coronary care nursing graduates was Bernice Scott.It's a two- Replacing Samuel Moncurin '.
weeks course sponsored by Florida Heart Association, Uni- the number three job at II
of Miami EOPI is Mrs. Marie Carl, a \
versity School of
Medicine and
JMH lawyer and native of St. Au- __ __...-.d.f.r_ _!,__r--, '__ ___ __ ,.__ ---. ., I

SALT WATER TAFFY: The Edward Basil Norths of Nas- gustine, who held a top drawer The Alpha Gamma Chapter of Alpha Pi Chi Sorority will present a Cocktail Dan ti
sau's elite are announcing the merger of their beautifulovely- job in the Atlanta regional Office -
and Fashion Show March 3J at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel Starlight room ;
cette on ,
yearling Diane Gail to handsome Winston Vernon Saunders at of Economic Opportunity.Mrs. .
Christ Church Cathedral April 15 . Albertha Duncombe's Carl will assume her from 6-2 p.m. Gloria Robinson will be narrator. 1\\
'Nassau vacation was interrupted by an emergency operationin post on Apr 11 15, EOPI officials Reading left to right models/ shown agove are: Bessie Carter, Vionette Brown, '\
Princess Margaret hospital there. She returned to Miami here announced Monday. Flora Beason, Dolores/ Bankston, Lavern Smith, Toni Bullard, Rose Marie Woods and

Tuesday . Soror Julia Tynes andher Eta Phi Beta Grecian ., .. Sheryl Knowles./ Not shown is Shirley Turnquest. 't,
godesses are holding their "Hobo Dance" in Bayfront Park's Moncur quit last December- "
Caribbean Room auditorium April 5. .Alma Lynch in Cedars in midst of charges by the State ifJl\';
of Lebanon for physical checkup. Attorney's office which were

never proved, with an announcement ::'
SWEETS TREATS: Fifteen-year employees receiving pinsat from the Attorney NEW EMERSONSTEREO
Jackson Memorial Hospital in 1968 were Luticha Wiley, General's office that no crime "
Essie Summeset and Evelyn Wright. Five-year pins were had been committed, or
awarded to Barbara McGruder Edythe Reese, Margaret wrongdoing found. ,;
Lester, Maxine Leslie,Edna Alexander,Aurelia Pinklea,Ben- The job of coordinating the
jamin Donald Andrew Brooms and Jackie Rolle . School- activities of EOPFs nine
prof Carl Hanna recovering from congested chest and virus neighborhood centers has been
attack . The Manhattan 20's monthly sale-party at mem- handled by Phil Johnson. He WITH AM-FM AND FM MULTIPLEX RADIO
ber Anna-Grace Sweeting's home a gay and frolicking sell-out will return to his former posi-
last Saturday late-time. tion a s assistant coordinatorwhen DUEL STEREOPHONIC SOUND SYSTEMS'JPi1''f'

Mrs. Carl assumes her ., .. .. .. ,
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NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Did Thomas (Slim) Bannister sufferan duties in April. ... ,f,. '." 1', .._', , YW.M'wp.MhMMMWIW" ",. 'J : ,. N . .j. il'.' il ly
attack at one of the local dog tracks last week ? ? ? The Mrs. Carl will receives
female Jolliettes social and civic entertained husbandsand ,"'-- : t' '"", >:. .'
group of a She
salary $15,000
year. ] '
.., 'IW ;t. .
f rtt '
friends during its annual party in Bonded Rental Agency's is 45 years old,and divorcee.She t :r t J\,.' 1.I:; '..', t", ':( 1\. J: ,''II.,,:, .:.
community hall last Saturday night. Lydia Williams is presi- worked in Los Angeles in II ;I .\'.,..t ,-t. l \\!' ".\. ..' i, ,.. ,., I \)i'.
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dent of the "Jollys" . Add "Profile" Congrats: Hartman the probation department and ,\- '" ;.: \''...../(,<..t'lv' Iif. t ,. . }' .'I., :".;;" I
Dean, Arthur King ?The Episcopal Churchwomen of Transfiguration as a juvenile official.ATLANTIC ,J., ',(, 'Il. t" "':\'\ 'I
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present their annual passion Sunday Musicale Sun- 1.'I; \ ,.\JI\:: ,
i .1. ,1;!: I I. '. \ ,,. '\t \' : I I
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day afternoon at 4:30.Cleora Webb is program chairman; Alice ) 1" ", ,' 1 .J.\ '( ',:"II!' ,. 'lr i-,"..,"' ,i,i )I
< ;';" ;J' ;.1' ': i }! ,. .
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Harrison is Churchwomen :
prez. J"'I> t' ''. 'W I ( ,
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BARBECUE SATURDAYThe ,. \ ,'l\*" 1. '1, H 1't.., :\ \: f tV
THE WEEK'S WASH: Nassauvian Joan Bullard with infant f l\ I'Ii: 1V:\"t/I,\t.,'\ .;, '\ \ .' ,t.: ,,\ir 1\' J" ,'.F.'l\.: t. ?,0\
daughter lighting up Flagler Street with their smiles as mo- Atlantic Club is havinga :' ..., : .\ : \ ', \ ; ': :,.

ther does her shopping among the big names of the Main Stem Bar-Be-Que at 5861 NW 17th _"'. ,;, ;",.... :,. ":".,_;..:,.... "' _..__._, .".._ ..t >' .. ,., ."' , :.,,, o' ,... _. '..:;" -',.. 1
. Effie Me Kin n e y- Davis' hubbyMitthewveryill in Win- Ave., Saturday, March 30 from . 9 ' S'I I
chester, Va., suffering with a tumor on his spine which also 6 until? This is being held at I 1
resulted in blindness from a head and spine infection . Centerville Kindergarten. H :i
Goulds elementary principalady AlzelinaJ. Pinkney had to have Come one, come all. There V
one of her gams amputated last week at Mercy hospital. . will be fun for everyone.We MOD$32-9H9A95FM
Percy and Carmetta Brown Sr's son PercyJrhome on spring look forward to seeing
vacation from University of Florida .Nathan B. Young ele- you because this will be the
mentary held its talent show Monday night. party of the year. If you miss

this you will miss a treat.
BIRTHDAYS IN MARCH: Bertram H. Dean, Melanie L. Knox Samuel Bryant, president, W.T. WELLS CO.
1st; Gregory A. Evans 2nd; Hesterine Pittmin-Ford 3rd; Clara and Johnnie M. Mosley, pub-
Wilcox Marian Harris 4th; Virginia C. Valdez 5th; Eddie Lee lic relations.
Smith, Hazel B. Alfred, Marcus Reynolds 7th; Jane Davis-
Lewis, Leonora Johnson, Carl A. Williams, Beatrice Gilbert8th AIRMAN GRADUATESSan 45 NW 54 ST. PHONE 751-5629
; Dennis Clayton, Eunah Farrington 9th; Prince E, Hep-
burn 10th; Bruce L. Thompson 11th; Sylvia Lambert, Clar- Antonio. Airman
ence W, Daniels, L. Gladys Edwards 12th; George Lambert Dwight B. Flowers, brother of NO CREDIT REQUIREDI
Sands, Shelia A. Elliott Frances Pierce Andre Dvlon Cross James N. Flowers of 765 NW
13th; Villetta Howard 14th; William D. Ruff, Fredette Lynn 69th St., Miami, has completed : SV TERMS IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
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Pittman, Jeffery K. Coachman: 16th; John Wilson, Antionette
basic training at Lackland I Bonus Special Discount Coupon;
Spicer, Sandra V. George 18th; Arnett Franks 19th; Joyce AFB, Tex.He has been assigned I II
Johnson, Sarah McRae 20th; Robert E. Jones, Cassandra to the Air Force Technical $ 00
Denise Lawrence, Velma J. George,RosalynS. Williams 21st; Center atSheppardAFB, Tex, I 50 DISCOUNT I II
Gwendolyn Johnson, Althea R. Green, Addle B. Pierce 22nd; for specializedschoolingasan I I II
Mary Tillman, Flora Baldwin, Barbara Flnley, Mary Hence aircraft maintenance specialist I ON THE PURCHASE PRICE OF I

24th; Noel A. Cobb, Helen Johnson 25th; Priscilla Riggs Dar- Airman Flowers is a 1966 Loner! Le PilLln! APRIL 61968 THIS TERE2 J :
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nell Chism Cassandra C. Owens 26th; Louise S, Woods 27th
graduate of Miami Northwestern w tFst. Ph 7S1:!d
Mamie Dorsey 28th; Ruth E. Copeland William Brown 30th; High School. T. Wells ca, 45 N. w. : 9

Marcia, Martin 31st.

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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 29, 1968$
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nj Pen Players To Present Four Plays In _April.- _J r

II. Held Over r yE
"A Rainy Afternoon," "A The final presentation, P+ 4
,: Slight Ache," "The Sandbox," "Edgane," is directed by FRI. SAT. SUN..r.,
and "Endgame" make up the Robert Coffey with Steve Rob- i
show bill for the Pen Players' erts, Marie King,Charles Ru- FOX'S
seventh annual program of bin and Coffey taking part. THE
student directed one-act Beckett's play creates an ab-
r plays at Miami-Dade Junior surd and abstract world that DEN
College North. Is a frightening reflection of
Called Four For The Road, reality.
642 NW

2nd Ave. H

STARRING fI'",;..:,

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Bill Robinson and Dot Chaney rehearse for "The _


Beet I a/8OV iARiYI


he 'ivuHg C ne" f.r f.


Phillip Tepper and Sharon Smith in a scene from aia 0L
"The Sandbox." 0

I : I the production will run April Psychedelic settings are by a a s.k
f\ 3 through April 6, at the Pen Don Martin. Richard MUster IIL (ill
Playhouse, 11380 NW 27 Ave. is h and 11 n g the lighting and ) .
technical direction for Four
; The four modern plays offer
, different views of contemporary For The Road, a product of theCollege's erltie S'tclcLo= IL l! 7:30: & 10:28:
society, ranging from the Theatre Workshop
dark comedy of Harold Pinterto program. ooAOTHT PROYINE HOGAN m BAKALYAH
WMBM Radio 1490 JACK
the absurdities of Samuel Curtain time Is 8:15 p.m.
Beckett."A Admission Is $1.50; students, 2 P.M. till 6 P.M. Daily PLUS 2nd Gun Shattering Hit 1
Rainy Afternoon," Wil- 75?. Reservations may be
liam Inge's ironic portrayal of made by phoning the Play- "PLAYS MORE MUSIC THAN ANYBODY!" CHARLES BRONSONl I WKTI SUSAN CABOT
adult actions as seen throughthe house, 681-5794. ;a.MMACHINEGUN
eyes of children, is direc-
ted by Michael Routenberg. In KELLY 9:00:

the cast are Rhonda Handelsman CONTINENTAL ACROSS FROM".., .,..
Gael Curtis andJohn MR.
Gregory. SHOP
Parr is Buckner and Marie 6000 NW 7th Ave.
King take the roles in"A Slight LIB CITYDRIVEIN ?
Ache" directed by Phil Tep- PRESENTS
per. In this play, Pinter explores .
dark comedy through Held Over
symbols. t1
: Earl Rodda directs "The
i Sandbox," Edward AIbee's By Popular THEY LIVE
popular one-act satire of mid-
dle class life. Dot Chaney, Demand FOR KICKS
Sharon Smith, Dill Robinson, {,
Phil Tepper and Bob Lee make !" .,' ,. ''"I \: 1, ..LOVE FORecicics
* * t' .
up the cast."NATIONAL : '

NEGRO WOMEN ; !\ ,: .,
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YOUTH COUNCIL MARVELS ,,:, ,. ,":" qt, !

On Sunday, March 3, at the * 'i;'. ,> "
home of Mr. and Mrs. John w
Barkley, the Youth Council of r E'b
the National Council of Negro
Women-North sponsored an * *
Introductory Tea.The purposeof
this tea was to acquaint the
girls, of the council, and their L 5a.eAlha
parents with their escorts and CONTINENTALDANCERS
his parents. These chosen
young men have been selectedto
accompany the same young STEVE ALAIMO WILLIE PASTRANO
ladies to many and various activities * Coming April 4 JOHN VELLA.BOBBIE BYERS'JEFF GILLEN TECHNICOLOR;
sponsored and plannedby
both the Youth Council and FRANK WILLIAM'SMighty

WomenNorth.Also the National Council. of Negro Thurs. Night Only Mondo Bator 1 do

on Sunday, March 10,
as a means of cultural enlightenment Rocketeers Gary U.S. Bonds
the Youth Council attended We dare You to SEE..

a symphony concert at
the Miami Beach Auditorium.And ** * Ben E. KingTHURSDAY eCCcr
yet,through all our efforts
and actions there must be time NIGHT ONLY

for fun..the Youth Council MARCH 28 Jerry Williams STARTS FRIDAY APRIL 5th
journeyed to Greynolds Park I
on Saturday where we had a Sam COlUMBIA PICTURE p.."nn x
most enjoyable picnic. Stanley Kramer guess
SHOWS 12:30 & 2:30 '
The Council would like B k Matinee 6:00 p. m. Adm. $1 before 8 Spencer Sidney who'scoming
to thank Mr. and Mrs.Barkleyfor a eft Marshall p. m. TRACY I' POITIER ;
Bobby M. C.
allowing us to come Into "SUNNY" Vanilla Williams, D. J. :d'
Katharine dinner
their home and helping to make A to
our tea a success. ftC



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Ray Charles And, Raeleffs ANNOUNCINGTHE


On 'Operation Entertainment'"The at the

Genius of Soul" Ray Mr. Charles and his femme 14 NW 14th Street Miami
Charles, accompanied by The vocal quartet taped the showIn
Raeletts, have been set to February, at PortHuenemeNaval LIVE ENTERTAINMENTADM.
Q make a gueststarring appearance Base, in Oxnard, California -
v BY DAVE BONDU on ABC-TV's "Op- They sing"You Are My .: $1.00 No Cover, No Minimum
s eation Entertainment," Sunshine" and "What'd ISay"
-- on Friday,Apr1l12,8:30- 9:30 and Ray solos on "Georgia."
A lot of folk are wondering and asking why it is that night p.m., est(7:30-8:30p.m.cst( ), MARTHA PRESENTS AT
clubs in our part of town do not stay open too long. There must THE NEW
be an answer, and I know what it Is. It might be answered by
the State Legislature if the rumor is correct that they are i
planning to ban the sale of bottles in clubs and lounges. In my I DOUBLEDECK
opinion, this Is the best thing that could happen to club own-
ers, musicians' and the general public. Now you want to know
why I said that . Well Til tell you. The man In business 4J'
cannot make money selling bottles because with the price :h e a L .
has to pay for It, he would have to charge you an exhorbitant
amount in order to make a profit,and therefore you do not get GO-GO
what you pay for. If you buy the same thing in a package store
you get It for almost half the price. Therefore you are being A NW 79th ST.
overcharged In order for the owner to make a profit. Then the MARTHA BAR AND
musicians cannot get a decent salary because the owner cannot 7th AVENUE I:

make enough money to pay him,Now the point is that the own- 4 / GO-GO BAR OPENS NIGHTLY 9 P.. M. :
ers do not have the guts to stop selling bottles. Everyone is UNTIL 5 AJA. ADM. FREE
waiting for everyone else to stop at the same time. it Is not 1
going to be done like that. The first man who stops will make See and Hear

more money . have better shows. . and offer more to the SOUL GIRL TINA, ,.'
public because he is making money.The only way this is going D. J. :M I.:
to happen is for a law to be passed. Now, we can go any placewe ,
choose,and when you go to Miami Beach to see a show, you M 'i
do not go over there and ask for a pint or a half-pint, you ask
for a scotch and soda or something like that, and we do not SHOW TIME AT THE
pay an admission or table charge. . and we see a big name
attraction and good entertainment . and we pay $1.25 FEATURED AT NIGHT IN NASSAU Double Deck
to $1.50ashot. Mostofthose placeshave a two drink mini-
mum. This all boils down to you and your wife going to a club Nassau Clyde Killens will present his always popular 17th ParisianRoom
. sitting free . order four drinks and your evening in a Annaul Night In Nassau, Sunday night, March 31 from 9 until
lounge has cost you 500. In the hotels for big shows like at the Island Club.
Sammy Davis,Nancy Wilson or the Supremes,the cover chargeis Cook at home and bring your Bahamian baskets with you.
$12.50 per. You and your wife have spent $25.00, but you Enjoy the sounds of three bands plus Bruce Beneby and his
have had $25.00 worth of champagne or whatever drink you Miami Junkanoos. Butterball M,C.Cash prizes will be awarded AI & JackieTHE

chose. When you leave there,you feel that you have gotten your for best costumes.
Admission advance $1.75 at door $2.00.Call the Island Club DOG TWINS
money's worth. It is a different story onour side of town, tho
. Admission is $2.00 .. a pint of booze is $7.00 . your 374-1550 and make your reservations. Plus the big new sound in town
set-up with soda and ice is $1.50 and that is $13 gone for you JOEY GILMORE AND THE ROCKETEERS NO. 2
and your wife with a pint between you.Some clubs you pay for HILL'S CHAPTER WILLING WORKERS
your table, and you have spent $14 before you have heard the show plus Billy Wells and his big 9 piece band. The club looks SPRING FASHION SHOW
first note, and you Just compare thatagainst$5.00 in a lounge beautiful with new decorations. It is In the Mary Elizabeth, by SUNDAY 4 TO 7 P.M.
with music andsingers..andbelieve me that is what you get the way. . Rudy Johnson and his Trio made it into town this
everywhere else.Now if the owners would get together and stop weekend. Will let you know where this fabulous group is appearing ADM. $1.50
all this battling we could have free admission, free. tables, free . .Jockey Jack was In town last week with wife, Sadye 2 SHOWS 12:30 LATE, LATE SHOW 3:00 A. M. '
set-ups without two drinks mf.nimllmandsome top name at- attending to business of th e Radio Announcers Convention Special Rates to Clubs, Fashion Shows and
tractions. It can and is being done over across the "pond" coming up in August. . THAT IS IT FOR THIS WEEK. TILL Organizations Phone: 691.4005
whay notover, here? If you disagree,drop me a line and I will THE NEXT ONE . LIVE LIFE EVERY. GOLDEN MINUTE I
print your views. The less bottles sold in night clubs and
lounges means more for everybody's money. You dig? ")'j

MOTHER 0 F THE WEEK: Margie Martin Boys i

Mrs. Irene Brown wrote to President Johnson with the question Boys, boys, boys. The
of what her brother and his comrades are fighting for in Northwest Center YWCA'S FOX'S DEN 9 PIECE BAND
, Viet Nam, and what can be done to end this ugly war. She said, Friday night Record Hop was a
"pick of the litter" for the few BILLY WELLS AND THE INVADERS
I "I have written because our boys are dying so fast for what
cause?" president Johnson answered her letter through his young ladies who were pres JACKIE CORBITT, Manager & Host ,
Assistant Shoemaker who said ent. Fort Lauderdale may have
Whitney : "President Johnson -
has askedme to reply to your letter. The President sharesthe boys and girls Jamming the Held Over
deep concern of all those whose loved ones have been call streets this spring vacation, ,
but here at the have FRI.-SAT.-SUN.
ed upon to defend freedom --and ultimate V our own security we
boys boys boys. Attention Wanted Waitresses and barmaids. - ---
-- in Viet Nam. "Asking young men to go into battle, In his I
.. words, is the most agonizing and painful duty of my office." Girls! This is the place.Come Musicians (tenors, trumpets, trombones KIM TOLLIVER ,
next from 8
He wants you to know that his untiring efforts are being directed Friday night p.m.
toward an honorable settlement of this war and our servicemen's to 11 p.m. We guarantee, this The Fox's Den 642 NW 2nd Ave. 374-8105
early return. No possible avenue for peace will go un- is where the boys are.
explored. The President is grateful for your prayers as we Our Y-Neighborhood ladies I I
perservere toward that goal.You and your brother are remem- are planning an outing April
bered in his prayers." As you know the only son we have left 3, to be held at Florida State
is in the service and is on alert for Viet Nam. The boys over Park. We are meeting< at the Now at 1'1
there are defending this country against aggression and com "Y," 5100 NW 21 Avenue, at :,
munism. U communism is allowed to roam free over nations, 10 a.m.
there is no safety for America for sooner or later it will be This past Saturday, March popular 100's price.
23rd the ladies
strong enough to cover the world. As the President's letter neighborhood ---.;
said, ultimately our own security is threatened by even the started their "Big Sister"
war in Viet Nam. This is the way I look at it. Our Job here is program here at the Northwest ::. \ .. '&-.ffit--""..;"". -.
to help to make America a better place in wich these young Center. The group met with '.:' fit Y. dt
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our teenage the Em- f'
men who come home can live,earn living, and be happy, and group -
most of all free to live the kind of lives they want to. Our social anon The goal Is communication. :" .. >
Our adults do not under- .
economic and religious aspirations should be fulfilled so
that they will be proud to come home to the peace, securityand stand our teenagers and their .. ,., i I. \"\. ,.:,(** :"'......'' .,'.f.. :......:.
problems. "We do not listen," : : : Hi : *
harmony for which they are fighting.We .
say the kids. The Big Sister
thank Mrs. Brown for letting us read her letters and program is designed to communicate '
share them with you.If you would like to talk with her or writeto with our teenagers.
her, I will be happy to furnish her address. If you would like participate
in this going women's club, .
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Clyde Killens Night in Nas- call 634-2651.W.need mature Pall Mall Menthol
sau Is this Sunday.Fve got a feeling that if you haven't already women who are young at heart. .
gotten your reservations you're SOL. Many a pot of peas and The Y-Neighborhood Ladies r
Pall Mall Goldin
rice and conch salad will be passed around.Be there! The Island meet the 3rd Wednesday o f
Club will be swinging. . TV personality Alan Rock, is every month at 10:30: a,m.
flipping over the voice and style of Barbara Russell at the Rancher Transportation is supplied if the Flat 20's
. The Supremes go Into the Eden Roc on Friday, April needed. please call!
12th. We'll see some of you Bottle buyers"there . WMBMwas crush-proof box
backing the teachers all the way in their recent hassle with
the State sez Alan Mirgolis. They have China Valles back with A twin-building hotel in the i ,
them, so give a listen . Normally I don't plug records, I L u cay a n area of Freeport, .
leave that for the DJ's to do, but if you haven't heard Count Grand Bahama Island to be ,
Basie with the Mills Brothers on their newalbum, you're mis- called the Parliament Towers, 1'J

sing the boat. .GREAT! . Jack Corbet and Luther Dixon's is to be constructed by the fall ,,./1'1111 r4 :uv'fl l'NIlX7MY.
Fox's Den is presenting Inez and Charlie Fox and a fabulous of 1969.


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THE MIAMI Friday, March 29, 1968 11 ]

Wounded Boy Refuses fESs: Who Shot HimFear

Cellmates Claim father
of reprisal seems to were called and he was takento wanted to use the car, which
prevent Ben Robinson, 17, a Jackson Memorial Hospital was out of order.A .
Admitted student at Northwestern High where he was. treated and re-'
Poisoning 7 ChildrenJames
School, from revealing the leased. police officer said that
identity of the person who shot The police said the youth Robinson refused to say any-
J., Richardson, the Richardson told him he ardson had given him a'sworn him Wednesday,near his homo, was at NW 15th Avenue and 58 thing about the shooting,which
Arcadia fruit picker accusedof poisoned the children becausehe statement that he had taken out 1554 NW 58th Street.. {Street about 7:30 a.m.when the made the officer think that
poisoning his seven child- was burdened with the problem $1,000 double Indemnity Insurance Young Robinson, a 10th bullet struck him in the frontof Robinson knows who shot him
ren, must face first degree of his wife having an af- policies on the life of grader, started to attend his the right shoulder. His mfr and won't, talk. The bullet
murder trial on May 27. fair with another woman. each of the seven children the classes in school when it was ther, Mrs. Mary: Robinson, seemed to be'of.22 caliber,
But the 33-year-old defen- The testimony of these two night before they died. discovered by his teacher that told police that her son had and was still embedded in the
dant, who had been free under witnesses developed a tense An insurance agent,how- he had been shot. The wound been apprehensive about walk- shoulder of the youth when he
$7,500 bond was ordered backto hearing in the DeSoto County ever, claimed that Richardson seemed superficial but police ing to school that morning,and attempted to stay in class.
jail confinement after two Courthouse. had not paid for the poli-
witnesses at a pre-trlalhear- Richardson is defended bya cies, because he lacked A
ing gave testimony that Rich- white attorney,John Robertson sufficient funds with which to
ardson told them that he had of Orlando, who had con- do so, and therefore the poli- Powell To Speak At U of f :
poisoned his children. tended that his client's house cies were not in effect when the :1
This unusual court proce- had been searched without the children died from the poisonIng -
dure was brought about by testimony authority of a search warrant. And Florida A &M \

of one James Weaver The story of the children Richardson, on the other
who identified himself to the poisoning aroused specula hand, claims that he did pay !
court as once an operator of tions last October when Rich- the insurance agent $4 in ad- The troubles of Adam Clay The new Chancellor of the the law.
an Illegal gambling house in ardson was arrested with his vance. ton Powell with New York University of Florida, Robert At Powell's 13,000 mem- 1
Lakeland that wife courts for criminal contempt B. Mautz, stated that he believes ber Abyssinian Baptist Church r
Richardson had Annie Mae, and suspected An investigation of the insurance ;
told him that he had poisonedhis of having poisonedhis seven agent's transactionwith with Mrs. Esther James, who in free expression.Said In Harlem, a long reported '" ,
children. children with a meal of grits, Richardson was rumor- is now seeking revocation of Dr. Mautz, "If there is move to oust the pastor was '
the parole that permitted him any institution on our society confirmed this week by Mr.
Another rice
witness Earnell beans, and hogsbead. ed, but nothing ever came out
Washington, testified that The sheriff said that Rich of it. to be out of Jail; and some of which should be a championof Powell in an emotionchargedsermon I I
the members of his church who free speech, It is the university in which declared,
want him ousted, do not prevent ." "Jesus bad 'one Judas, I have
him from traveling for Mrs. James' attorney in got about 5,000." "
I Police Nab Early Bird RobbersThe lectures.! New York said, "Powell's The sermon was his first in '
The excludedCongressman public statements since his this 16-year-old church since :
is scheduled to speak at the release show his complete he went into self-imposed ex- \
early bird catches the woman escaped, according to drawers from the store, after University of Florida at disdain and lack of respect for ile in Biminic 18 months ago. )
worms, but these two early eyewitnesses.When they had forced the managerto Gainesville, and at Florida A

morning armed robbers got Officer Carl Baaske open a safe and made him &M University this weekend. - -
caught bee a use of the alert- lie down on the floor,togetherwith '
opened a car he had seen parked -
ness of a passing witness on in the 5000 block of NW 26 four other employes. F Child Dies After
Monday. Street, he said that he found About half an hour after that, Civil Service 'I
Theodore Dixon and Isaac eight cash register drawerson two armed men fitting the
Warren were caught and arrested the back seat and a dis- same descriptions, with a wo- The acceptance of applica- Swallowing Poison
on robbery charges mantled shotgun.The man, robbed the Hampton tions from all applicants for ,
when a Dade Sheriffs deputy owner of the car Involved House Motel of$360 forcing a positions of Substitute Clerk Poison Prevention Week Darren Lawton, the Infant
spotted a car that had been reported in the robbery, Isaac War- night clerk to lie on the floor. and Substitute Carrier at all came to a tragic end Monday son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
seen at a Then about 6 o'clock that post offices listed under An- when it that 16montholdboywasdead Lawton 6722 NW 6th Ave.
holdup scene. ren, 25, lives at 5037 NW 27th was reported a ,
morning four men enteredan- nouncement No. AT1485(68)( )
and died Saturday afternoon after
Ave. His companion the all
The witness who gave the other Kwik Chek Store at Royal is suspended effective March
leged crime Theodore Dixon two other children were re- having eaten a quantty of para-
police the information took Poinciana Blvd. in Miami 28 1968 until further notice.
32, did not reveal his address covering after swallowing thion. It is believed that he and
down the license number of
a Springs forced the Applications received after
managerand parathion and other insecti- two other Lawton children
car seen fleeing Kwik Cbek The account given by policeof three employes to lie on the suspension date will not be cides. found the poison in a shed.
store at 2712 NW 95th Street, the robbery and the captureof the floor and escaped with$1- accepted unless they are received The programs of the week His sister, Brenda, 2, was I I
shortly after 5 a.m. when the the culprits is as: follows
: mail and
by are post-
400.The were designed by Dade Countyand discharged after hospital
store wasn't open as yet. At 5:05 a.m. Monday, four two men have been marked on or before March 28, the University of Miami treatment, and the other child
There were four men and a men armed'with deadly wea- booked in Dade County jail on 1968. The examination is sub- officials to prevent Just such was examined but admitted
woman involved in the rob- pons, went to the Kwik Chek three counts each of armed ject to reopening by the Board accidents. for treatment.,
bery, two of the men and the store and took all the cash robbery, without any bond 'at a later date. 7
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White Man Gets Life For MurderOf

NAACP Local Leader In Miss.

HATTIESBURG, Mis s. was riddled with bullets and At the Sessum trial,the Jury
Cecil Victor Sessum,one of 12 died thirteen hours later. could not agree on the sen :
white men charged with the The bullet-riddled car of the tence. Circuit Court Judge
1966 death of NAACP leader attackers was found late that Stanton Hall imposed an auto-
Vernon Dahmer,has been sen- day three miles from the matic life sentence.Trials for
tenced to life imprisonment.The scene. Twelve alleged Klans- the 11 other defendants in the
verdict of guilty came men were charged in the burn- Dahmer case will beheld
from an all-white Jury after ing and shooting. later.
two hours and five minutes of

deliberation, March 16. Itwas
the first time in modern Mis-

sissippi history that a state LIFE INSURANCEDoesn't '.":'."''",,,'.,. 0\" .,. ,:.. ;:
-/ 0 '
court Jury has convicted a 1/2 % ;
white man in civil rights slay "1 ..., ., ;',1'\ \,
ing.Mr. Cost It "': 41 M ,
PaysLast : ; "
Dahmer had been the -j: .,: .. : ..
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president of the Forrest
:1. , $.- :, I
County (Hattiesburg) Branchof
year life insurance benefit payments in .; ,
the NAACP and had led various -
voter registration cam America amounted to more than $12,000,000- : : :. :': I"I! 1

paigns. At 2:30 in the morning 000.00. ,.
of Jan. 10, 1966, firebombs I I II ;
ere hurled at Dah- Less than half, $5,200,000,000.99 were for
mer's new ranch-type house.A .
payments. $6,800,000,000.00 was
barrage of bullets from a
passing car apparently was Intended paid to "Living Policyholders" in the form

to keep the Dahmer of policy dividends, surrender values, disability

family from escaping. Framed payments, mature endowments, and annuity I
in the fiery doorway, Mr. IJ J
Dahmer returned the fire of payments.
his murderers as his wife and

children escaped by way of a LIFE INSURANCE DOESN'T COST IT PAYS
rear window. Dahmer himself

BUILD UP A SAVINGS Lincoln is, WOK Bank. Use it I'

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be met by leading government .
officials. Regular Eagle pack COMPANY :. OF I IJAMI' '
age' tour services will begin first fully integrated bank in the entire Southeast

April 21. : .. .. f right here in the Edison Financial Center .
In recognition oftheBa- 1416 NORTH BOULEVARD; -TAMPA, FLA. 6013 N.W.7th Avenu. Pfcon 759-4431
hamas National Trust's efforts .
to preserve the flamingo .
colony on Inagua, Morton International -
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. Ending his year and a half exile on the Isle of Blmini. Bahamas 4 7
Adam' Powell returned to New York Friday night (Mar. 4 i
22, on my birthday) where he is loved and admired by thou- S.W. 8th ST.
sands of Harlemites, where he lost a court battle and becamea 1
fugative from justice. Powell arrived Friday'evening at the 1. 444-3566 .
Newark airport, reported to Sheriff J. J. McCloskey about 11 s r -- -
p.m., went directly to the home of State Supreme Court Justice
Arthur Markewich where they held court. Powell was paroled.
He must file an appeal within two
weeks. Saturday
Powell held a press conference and went on a speech ,making : '
tour up and down Harlem. Mobbed by thousands of hysterical E
followers fighting to get close enough to touch him. At 125th
Street and 7th Ave. high on a ladder, Powell struck a "Voiceof
new militancy." He said, "We're in the midst of a second : '
Civil War" and that "the period of non-violence has come to AVI.,
an end." Waving a copy of the Presidential Commission's Re-
port on Civil Disorders, Powell accused the USA of being a
racist country and nation, the Negro leader of selling the black
people out for $9,000 government jobs. He favors Rap Brown r ,
and Stokely Carmichael's Black Power.lIe said Whitney Young __ ;........................................
has bought offall of the blackleaders of Harlem and that Mar-
tin Luther King has come to an end. . Meanwhile . Mrs. I Ers
Esther James has filed for a court to have Powell's parole revoked -
(she won a $46,000 defamation judgement from Powell. hair from
(He called her a "bag woman") because of his public state- ___._ __ onu_ _
ments since his return. Powell headed back to Bimini, but is
expected in Washington and New York. SPRINGTIME TOMATO FISH DINNER : $6.95

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days when time has flown by, and you need to prepare
FLORIDIANS AROUND NEW YORK. . Nurecine Clark a matter of minutes. ;
daughter o f Mr. and Mrs. Moses Williams of Spring Valley, Remember tomatoes when you serve sea food
N. Y. and Collis Carswell wedding date is March 30. Miss t and broiled fish entrees.. They will add the r ; (
Maner Small daughter of Mrs. Mattie A. Cohen of Trenton, 4
N. J. and Peter Jones fabulous wedding at Galilee Baptist SPRINGTIME TOMATO FISH DINNER' :
2 eggs, beaten ,,d I
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1 salt
Paul Curry, 220 Bristol Street, Brooklyn has taken over new teaspoon flounder fillets
promotion as manager: of the Astoria Branch 0 f Midas Muf- 1-1/2 pounds
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THINGS AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY . Singer Tommy 1/4 pound ,
Hunt's fabulous opening at Miami's famous Fox's Den on 2nd Combine eggs, milk and salt in pie plate.Dip fish ALICE
Ave. even recived good New York critic . James Brown's"I into egg mixture, then into bread crumbs. Saute Head Stylist
Can't Stand Myself" dedicated to Miami's own Erma Eli amount of oil over medium heat until browned on
Banks (now of Newark, N. J.) . Quincy Jones (bandleaderand Place fillets In shallow baking pan; top with tomato
music composer) is nominated for two academy awards; sprinkle with cheese. Bake in 375F. oven 10
one for musical scoring of flick "In Cold Blood" and for the cheese melts. Makes abou 6 servings.bmpllAdd .
song, "The Eyes Of Love" .Aretha Franklin's, "Prove It" THAT
to George Wllkerson. (NY's Edgecombe Ave.) . Joe Tex's
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Lassie) .. "it Takes Time To Know Her" Percy Sledge to
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Carol City ."The Impossible Dream"(Delfonics) dedicatedto ...
very cute Margie Nimmo.James (Mr. Dynamite) Brown
opened at the 125th St. Apollo March 25 for four days (break- WIG
ing all records) "Mr. Big" JBandhistroupe of 35 will give a
concert in West Africa March 31. (The gold coast) . Otis &
Redding's "Sitting on the Dock of the Bay" maybe his greatesthit.
. Like Joe Simon says, "No Sad Song." This is Scoop 1 BY
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4. ""
"Poef Corner" Is 3 Records Broken In Y i .y

New Times Feature Junior High Track MeetThe 1 hl,

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"Permanence in poetry as first annual Allapattah pattah second place, 33 points;
in love is perceived instantly.It Invitational Junior High School Richmond! Heights, third place
hasn't to await the test of Track meet was held at Moor's 32 points.-- ---- .
tlmo. The proof of a poem is Park March 21, at 1 p.m. Al- I I
not that we have never forgotten lapattah Junior High School WINNING TIME & SCHOOLS
it, but that we knew at sight Initiated the first of this type
we never could forget it." meet in the junior high schoolsIn CLASS "C" 50 yard dash,first
These words by Robert Dade County. place, Jackson. Brownsville r,,
Frost may be significant to 5.6E.*
Poet's Corner contributors to The meet was an over- -
the monthly Miami Times whelming success; with seven CLASS "C" 75 yard dash,
poetry contest headed by Rich GENE GRIENER of Dade County Schools' most Blakley, Richmond Heights,
promising track teams participating 8.2E. 600 yard dash, Browns- FRANCES ROBINSON
ard E u g e n e Griener of Vir- LEROY COLLINS
ginia Gardens. Closing date of the contestis The results revealed ville 1.24N.
Poems must be no more than on the 15th of each month, promising:; future recordsfor Collins VisitsFormer Barry Campus
16 lines. Originality is im- the winner to be announced two Dade County Senior High -
portant in the verse to rhymeas weeks afterward. Only one en- Schools. Florida Governor Gov. Collins served in the
follows;a b c b, a b a b, try per student per month will There were three new CLASS BU 75 yard dash Rob- Leroy Collins addressed the Florida House of Representatives -
abba, oraabb.Entry be considered. Address entryto county records established inson, Drew, 8.04; 100 yard Young Democrats of Barry and Senate for 18 years
must double space or standard Poet's Corner, The Miami and four records which equaled dash Leon, Citrus Grove, College at a luncheon today and named valuable all
8 12x11white paper, with Times, 6530 NW 15th Ave., preceding records.Schools 10.07; 600 yard run, Lester, (Thursday) at the campus around member" in the St.
namo, age, school and homo Miami, Fla.,'33147. winning awards were: Richmond Heights, 21.0E; 440 auditorium.Gov. Petersburg Times poll of legislative -
address of sender in upper left The winning monthly poet relay, Dorsey. Collins, a former undersecretary correspondents in
corner. Name and signature of will be awarded copy of Gene Class C, Brownsville, 18 of commerce, 1953. As a legislator he was
teacher (or parent during vacation Griener's book, "What ColorIs points class "B" Drew, 13 CLASS "A" 100 yard dash was hosted by the Barry Col- active incrime-fightinglegis-
tim)must appear in the God?"and other poems plus points. Class "A" Allapattah Webster, Richmond Heights, lege Collegiates for Col- lation for the state,assisted in
upper right corner to certifythe publication in the Poet's Cor- 15 points. 10.03; 220 yard dash, Free- lins organization headedby establishing the State park
poem's originality ner of the Miami Times and the man, Brownsville, 23:02; 600 Miss Frances Robinson, a system and served as chair-
All lines of poetry entered usual $1.00 Poet's Corner re- School finals, first place yard run, Humes, Allapattah, Junior, majoring in English at man of all major legislative
should have rhythm. muneration.The Brownsville, 36 points; Alla- 1178. Barry. Miss Robinson is the committees
Avoid feminine endings. contest is open to all daughter of Mrs.Delia G.Robinson I
void words like thee, grade, Junior, and senior high CLASS "A" 800 relay Rich- of 1620 NW 65th Street. Leroy Collins served out the :
thou, ye. school students. Keep copiesof mond, 1:36.9. A candidate for GeorgeS remaining two years of the
submitted as no m a the r s senate seat Gov. proceeding Governor Dan Mc-
Avoid trite phrases serves the right to alter and CODE: New Records "N" ,
Make your titles interest- poems will be returned. The correct all poems submittedfor (County) Equaled record "E" Collins toured both campusesof Carthy after the latter's de-
editor of poet's Corner re- Miami-Dade Junior mise, and then was permittedto
ing, avoid tags. the contest. (County). Collegeas
well as the University of succeed himself as governor -
-- Miami. .

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of costs rule, without offering exception, could work
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legal process in operation to,assert a legal claim or demand. <
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the .,"..,. :,,. \' under this law.The attorney's affidavit must further allege that
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the court denies spmeone entitled to the benefits of this law
Firebird Winner: -- the right to proceed in this manner the applicant is entitled to
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:C.1rnm: : : 1 illmrom:. .:.ill+ if:: : :r:a.::.-P::t:+ !i tf.f.:::::: : :;r.v:w;:: ,a;1m: f ;..tiBethuneCookmun ; :;:1 r;m 4;e if11111tm;;;:; ; M 11ri1i}: imi 11ii;;v i1i11j111i111m; 11 f1111111i111::. 11m f:1i: :; ,

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I .rI 1\\' President for 20 Years Service :' 1111 f I

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+ Praising Dr. Richard V. I
Moore for "unequalled-.

ity, Intergrlty, vision and
sacrifice," Methodist Bishop

James Henley, Lakeland,pre-
sented the Bethune-Cookman

College president with the
: Mary McLeod Bethune medal-

lion in honor of Dr. Moore's
20 years as president of the

: Ip .., college.An .
; appreciation ceremonyfor
Dr. Moore began at 9 am

... ... + ) in,the gymnasium.'which bears
s+ e+ f Yt his name and kicked off two 1
L days of dedications and obser- \
vances which ended with the
annual meeting of the Bethune-

Cookman College Board of :: ,noAw, +;iar
Trustees Wednesday.Dr. .
Moore, who was inaug- :.

urated in March 1948, was ;', .
eulogized by friends and co- -
workers for his service as an : iR

; educator, a civic leader, a
4 leader In the Methodist

Church, a family man, and LHi/
president of Bet h u n-Cook--

H,,,........ _.. ,;.......,.u..,.., x-' .""",. ......, special tribune was paid
by Reverend Lee Nichols, a He singled out MrsAnthonyJ first time. night an Honors Convocationin

Jackson High Senior Bet b un e-Cookman College Stevens,Daytona Beach,one The bells'will play from noon w the Moore Gymnasium was
I Trustee and representative of of the five girls to attend Be- at five minutes to each hour, featured by an address which
the State Department of Edu- thune Cookman College for 15 minutes at noon and for came from Dr. Samuel M.Na-

Receives Elks AwardsMiss cation, who called Dr. Moore"a founder Mary McLeod Be- 30 minutes each Sunday at 3:30 brit, Executive Director,

rare man, aware of the thune's first class. She was p.m. Southern Fellowship Fund of

Patricia Barnes, a Junior Classical League; and past, alert to the present, and given a standing ovation. Atlanta.
senior at Miami Jackson High as an honor student, she is af- animated by the challenge of After the appreciation cere- The Veva Whitmore Friend Five honorary degrees, fit

School, was recipient of two filiated with the National the future" Mrs. George mony, a carillon given to Be- Maintenance Center and the teen citation plaques, a Mary
"Most Valuable Student" Honor Society and Science and Zeiger, chairman of the Be- thune-Cookman College by Dr. Julia A. Robinson Memorial M c Leo d Bethune medallion,
awards from Miami Lodge No. Math Honor Society. thune-Cookman College Ad- John A. M. Stewart was dedi- Music Building was dedicatedat and two "key to our hearts'

948, ffiPOE of this city. A also holds visory Board, also spoke of cated in the Hey n Memorial 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, March plaques were awarded a t the
Miss Barnes Chapel and for the 19, 1967, and at 8:00 the same Honors Convocation.
select group of "Most Valu- membership in the Optimist Dr. M o o r e's contribution to was played :
able Seniors" were selectedto the college and the commun-
Club Pep ClubtheJournalism -
develop the topic "A Sum- ; ; ity. Then, asking the'tall man
Staff and selected
mary of School and Community Hi-Y Sweetheart.; was Even with to bend down, the diminutiveMrs. Howard Students End Campus SitInThe I

Activities and their Impact her many school and commun- Zeiger sealed her tribute
Upon its Pupil Population." with a kiss.
Her written ity activities, Miss Barnes 1,000 Howard University Day ceremony on March 1. A resolution probably would be
entry was judgeda Gifts were presented to him
winner and she received saving serves as Sunday SchoolTeacher by representatives of the students who staged the university spokesman said to drop charges against the 39 1
at St. Paul's A ME fourday sit-in and sleep-in that the effect of the trustees students.
as prizes. These
student trustees
where she is a member. faculty, body, demonstration ended their
were presented in February Social Science Division,
and March of this year. Upon graduation June:'Humanities Division, Education protest that unday after announcing COMPETENT CONFIDENTIAL, I

Miss Barnes is active in Miss Barnes will attend Talla- Division, Advisory they had won Impor- E. 0. CULMER, PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTExpert :
tant concessions from uni-
school and community affairsat dega College at Talladega, Board, and the Richard V.< ,
Jackson.Her leadership activities Alabama. f' Moore' Chapter of the Ord r' versity officials. INCOME "

include, captain of the Miss Patricia Barnes Is the ,of the Eastern Star. The Or- The students leading the

cheer leaders;secretary: o f daughter Mrs. Mary B. der of the Elks named him a fight persuaded both militant TAX
and reluctant rank-and-file
the Student Government Association Rea v e s, a plats teacher at past grand exalted ruler, the
demonstrators to
; President of the Santa Clara Elementary highest honor the Elks can accept
compromise settlement with BOOKKEEPING SYSTEMS AUDITING
give. Mrs. Bessie F. Bailey
negotiators for the university INVENTORY COST ACCOUNTING
made a presentation of a book
trustees.Dr. .
of the college president's Serving Dade and Broward
James M. Nesbrit had
5 yr. Service ELECTROLUX writings. Dr. Moore, in response issued a compromise" 25 Years t
tributes of his
,paid own NOTARY
statement. The statement de- PUBLIC
RECONDITIONED to the student body, faculty,
VACUUM CLEANER trustees, Advisory Board, manded mediately that end the their students"unlawful Im- 5264 N.W. 24th Ave.

trustees wives and husbands,
occupation" of the
campus. 633-3735
community leaders and presi- ,
The grievance stemmed
dents of other Independent col- from 9 a.m. to 12 midnight ,
charges against 39 stu-
in Florida them
leges calling
Sundays 10 a.m. to 5 .
dents who disrupted a Charter i p.m.hllftTtiLMi
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whole/ / town was rocking and swinging last Friday at ,the annual Alpha Ball. occasion Miami; won t soon forget.

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II MIAMI TIMESFrido/,,March 29, 19 1

VoluritarySummer l School for Students .- Complete Central Scholarship High Students Fund 'I

Pupils who were unable
attend classes mornings of June 10-14 during intendent explained.By Miami Central High School Before accepting the posi-
during the
recent the
teacher crisis will notbe regular post school teacher the end of the walk-out, students saw adream come tion of principal at MiamiCen-
penalized by an elongated work period to provide for all schools were open and true this week with the estab- tral, Mr. Carter had been a
school tutorial groups of pupils who classes had been provided for lishment of a $5,000 scholar- member of the Miami-Dade
voluntarily return to school 173,000 of thecounty's 222- ship fund at Miami-Dade Jun- Junior College faculty, serv-
Instead, by school board action for special non-credit help. 000 school children. Of the ior College in memory of their ing as coordinator of techni-

Wednesday, those who At outset of the emergency, total membership, 68.7per- former principal,Tom Car cal studies from 1960 to 1963.
need or wish to do so will receive schools were closed to pupilson cent we rein attendance on ter, who lost his life in a boat-
the opportunity to attendan February 19 and 20 which March 8, a figure growing ing accident last year. Scholarship nominations
expanded summer school were established as teacher from 27.6 percent on February Their 1 own$4,000--rais- will be made by a Miami
program on a voluntary basis. work days. One of these days 21. still, no school was avail- ed mostly in dimes and quarters Central faculty-student com-
Upon recommendation of was made up on March 8 able,to a sizable portion of thecounty's with a dollar here and mittee. To be eligible, a stu-

Dr. E. L. Whigham, superin- (originally scheduled as a membership duringall there -- was boosted by an extra dent must be in the upper 50
tendent, the school board today teacher work day with no or part of the crisis.Clas- $1,000 contributed by the percent of his graduating classat
instructed that grades and pupils in school). ses were opened immediatelyfor college. The combined fund,to Miami Central, must be a
promotion be based "on the Changing the school calen- all seniors. be known as the Tom Carter Dade County resident, and
"After review of the many Memorial will must enroll at Miami-Dade
achievement and educational dar to Scholarships,
provide that April 26 also -
progress during the days clas- be a pupil attendance day, factors" which must be consid- provide full-tuition, two-year a full time student.In addition,
ses were open for that pupil" the board Wednesday provided ered, Superintendent Whig- scholarships for two Miami the committee will consider
prior to close of the rgular for make-up of the addi- ham explained appears that Central graduates annuallyover financial need, qualities of
summer school offers the best
school year. tion day. The school adminis- the next 10 years. citizenship and leadership
opportunity for providing ad- The first two scholarshipswill plus other characteristicswhich
At the same time, the board tration was authorized to release ditional
time in schools. Increasing
official be awarded for the 1968 it decides will best per
authorized expenditure of an delegates only to
the number of teacher -
Fall petuate Mr.Carter's
attend the Florida Term.
additional $1,500,000 in the Education units allotted will permit
1968- 69 summer school bud- Convention scheduled for Mia- districts M-DJC President Peter
expand enrichmentand Mas 1 k 0 Jr. authorized thecollege's The scholarships will be administered -
mi Beach that ,
to on date. The
get provide 1,000addftfonal individual study
programs through the
contribution "to assist
teacher units . and estab- been April 26 date originally had for pupils who missed time the students of Miami- lege's Office of Financial Aid.
lished "prioity consider- established as a no-pupil the
during regular school
Central in their effort to keep
ation" for pupils wishing to work day.M1keup. year." * * *
alive the memory of Tom Car-
make up school time lost during of the two days will The proposals will be sub- ter. We at Miami- Dade who
the emergency.In complete the 180 days required mitted to the State Department knew him and watched him ORCHARD VILLA PTA
the secondary schools, to be part of the school sys- of Education for approval but grow professionally and per- Dr. Lionel Goldstein,ped1 -
the board also rescheduled tem's calendar the no problem is
super- anticipated. sonally in his responsibilities trist, will address the Orchard
share with the students and Villa PTA at the school, 5720
staff of Miami Central the loss NW 13th Ave., at 7:30 p.m.,
of our good friend." Wednesday, March 27.

I Dorseyites 'Getting Ready" for Next Year

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practice session. They form theDorsey 8 Relay/ 12 Aye
Team and go up against Citrus Grove, Kinloch Park
and West Miami in Zone Competition April/ st. .Left to ;
right:' Nathaniel Weathers, Emmanuel Lavell, Lee Nel/ PHONE:635'4148

R. C. Jordan (left) and Wilfred I McCall, both 9th son.-0 Allen Sellers and Curtis Odum.
graders and Dorseyites, have a good grip on their /journalistic a dance contest will be held. day to discuss their ideas and
I efforts, "Getting Ready" featured in this week'sDorsey The Douglas McArthur Band "Dorsey is our school, neat-
Diary. They represent the many students who will perform. This should be ness is our aim. More than two
have made contributions and have had their 'say' in the one of our best dances of the can play the game!"Dorsey is Call
column. year! So .. see you there! my school, neatness is my yF
Teacher Corps students are rule!" "Thetrash that's in
The PTA Meeting last week artist. .. Carolyn Summerset continuing their school beautification your hand, should gointhe CHARLESROGERS
featured the Dorsey Concert plans to attend Northwesternand and met trashcanl" "PreventHa
Band under the baton of Mr. her amibition is to be a with a member program of the Urban trash!" . What's your slo-
Jonathon Thurston. As'usual, professional model. .Albert League after school Wednes- gan?
they were superb and shouldbe Williams says that without a
AT PL 1-7502
heard by every parent of doubt he'll be out to North-

Dorseyites. They are, in fact, western and finally become a A GOOD BUY ON A
member of Florida A&M's
good enough to "go on the
road" and be heard by other Marching Band. . Audrey PIANO, ORGANSCOTT
schools in Dade County so they Royale plans to attend Miami STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
may see and hear what reallycan Jackson and likes the idea of q. INSTRUMENTS.
be done in the field ofmusic becoming a Rock n' roll singer. -
in the what we've heard 1 111 '
junor High.Con From ,
gratulations to them once she'll be a good one . Ivan
again! Barrett, better known as"Joe 4 I

And in the meantime, parents Tex" plans to attend North-
also heard plans for all western and wants to play'pro'
students in moving up one football. . Ossie Blount also 1
grade. This involves a lot of plans to enter Northwesternand V

thinking about subject selec- wants to become an Air- i'y'ia.filM.SFOO.-: ;. .. : '
tions for next year. Most 9th line stewardess . June '
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graders have received a Brown also eyes Northwesternand
Northwestern handbook the Airline Stewardess
courses to help them make the "business" . Another airline 1 1 I
most appropriate selection. stewardess hopeful is
Parents should help in these Barbara "Cuda" Brown who 1 1
selections. is entering Northwestern. .
Student article for the weekis Hoping to become an MD is
by R. c. Jordan and Wilfred Larry Russell,who is entering
McCall entitled "Getting Northwestern . Last but not 1
Ready." least Wilfred McCall Is "suf-

"Getting Ready is Justwhat's flin trying to enter Centralto / / 0'
going on here at Dorsey begin studies in Computer o
Jr. High because seniors are Technician Operations .?and
preparing to enter their first finally, R.C.Jordan looks for-
year in senior high. Some of ward to Northwestern to con- WE SELL HAPPINESS
our well-known seniors were tinue his studies In music. ." II..
interviewed about their school Good luck to them all! AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAY
plans for next year and here's Dorsey Jr. High's Chorus At the what they said. under the direction of Miss A. ONLY 15 MINUTIS MOM ANYWHIM IN MIAMI
lores Bradley said she Vasselle is sponsoring a"DayIn 635-4794 CORNER N.W.54th ST fc N.W.3rd AYE.
intends to go to Miami Jack- Nassau" at Dorsey. This Phone 751-7502
son and later become a pro- dance will take place in the Or 2010 Biscayne Blvd. FR1.0401- BrowardJA 2-513!
fessional singer.Lawrence cafeteria after school Friday MM DtllVIRY ANYWHIM IN U.S.A.NrrlAUDIROAll1103t.lAS01ASIlVD.MIm.
Smith, better known as"Kittle Much 29. Tickets are onsale JOHNATHAN LAMAR DOES |
Kat" plans to attend North- for only 50? in room 43. Re- i
western and wants to be an freshments will be served,and I

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 29, 1968

The family of the late Mrs. Julia Graham of 2170 Mrs. Victoria ',Williams,

n I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS, I NW 63rd St., died March 19. 6540 NW 20th Ave.,died March
GERTRUDE PICKETTexpresses She is survived by a brother 13. Among survivors are one

sincere appreciation Richard Bishop; a sister daughter, Myron Russell of

for kindness rendered Naomi Bishop; a daughterinlaw Freeport and a host of friends.

during our recent bereave- Mildred; two grandsons, Funeral services were con-
I IN MEMORIAMIn I IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn ment. Your cards, telegrams, James Jr. and Edward; three ducted Saturday in the chapel.

loving memory of my hus- loving memory of loving memory of my flowers and good deeds will granddaughters Doretha * * *

band, husband. never be forgotten. Nicholson, Patricia and Debra Phillip Coles, Jr., 550 NW

WILLIE T. McLEODwho Special thanks to the min- nieces and nephews. Funeral 22nd St., Apt.3,died March 21.

departed this life March isters of the community and services were conducted Saturday Among his survivors very

30, 1962. the Zion Hill congregation.Rev. Much 23, at 5:30: in dear friends Funeral ser-

Tr in it y C ME Church Final vices Saturday, March 30, 3:30

Mrs. Patricia McLeod and James Pickett and rites in Thonwsville, Ga. p.m. in the chapel.
s the McLeod family. family. * * * * * *

4 james Brinson of 245 NW Infant Jacqueline Jackson,

IN MEMORIAMIn 11th St., Apt. 11 died thurs- 7102 NW 14 Ave., #14. died
CARD OF THANKSThe day, March 21. He is survivedby March 23. Among survivorsare

memory of my beloved his widow Beatrice; four parents Mr. and mrs.

family of the late husband, children; one sister Artile; a Jackson; one sister Sabrina.

EARL E. LEWIS mother Mrs. Maggie James Arrangements are Incomplete
who departed this life on Feb. I Brinson. Funeral services

6 28, 1968 in New York City,, will be conducted Saturday,

wishto express our thanks and March 30, at 1 p.m. In the

appreciation to our many JAMES ANDERSONwho chapel.

friends and relatives here in * * * JobmobileCalled
DEACON WILLIE G. McGETH Miami and New York, for departed this life March Jessie Lee Gaines of 1461

floral pieces, telegrams, 30, 1967. r d. NW 51st Ter., died Saturday
who departed this life 5 years cards donations, and all acts "Sweet are the memories that March 23. He Is survived bya A
ago March 27, 1963. of kindness shown us in our never fade !! f! mother and step father Mr.

Days of sorrow still come over hour of bereavement. Many Of one we loved, but could and Mrs. Manuel Dunn; six

usHidden thanks to the McCall Funeral never save. 16 br others ; one sister; three SuccessFlorida

tears so often now, Home, to Dr. Games McKinney Sleep on and take your rest, uncles, Dorothy J. C. and

Memories keep you alwaysnear pastor, officers, we love you but God loves you Leroy Woodard. Final rites

usAlthough members, and all organiza- best." will be conducted in Granda, State Employment

you left 5 years ago. tions of Caldwell AME Zion Mississippi Service statistics show this

Church. Mrs. Brizcel L, Anderson, * * * week that Dide's Jobmobilehas
Sadly missed by a loving wife and FamilyIN Abraham Mitchell of 5851 processed more than 900

wife, son and relatives. Elaine Lewis, wife NW 19th Ave., died Friday, applications In Its six weeksof
three sons,one daughter and MR. CHARLES RICHARDSONwho March 22. He is survived by operation

IN MEMORIAMIn the entire family. MEMORIAM departed this life March a son Walter ; abrother Mrs Gloria Miller, Infor-

19, 1965. Charlie; a sister Susie mation Specialist for the

memory of IN MEMORIAMIn In cherished memory of my Sleep on beloved; sleep, and Turner; a niece Ruby Daniels.Funeral FSES, said the Jobmobile had

dear beloved mother, take thy rest; services were conducted been processing an average of
I r- sad but loving memoryof Lay down thy head upon thy Monday, March 23, at
30 applications a day.
our dear son, MRS. BETTIE ROSS Saviour's breast.
2 p.m. in the chapel. The statistics also show that
We love thee well, but Jesus
. ;, who expired Much 31, 1964. loves thee best. * * * 356 persons had been refer-
God sees when the footstepsall Antony Mitchell of 832 NW red to Jobs, and 83 had been
t falter Pearline Richardson, wife 76th St., died Saturday, Much hired immediately

When the pathway has grown Francina Hills,Rose Symo- 23. He is survived by his widow The Jobmobile is a converted -
nette, Edna Rolle, Jacquelyn Maxine three children Keith,
too steep; . ; Metro Transit Authoritybus
t < r Then He touches the weary Richardson, Janet Richardson Charles and Carolyn; three designed for use as a
eyelids Helen Richardson, and brothers, Robert, Joseph and portable employment service.It .

And gives his dear ones sleep. Shirley Richardson: daughters Charlie. Funeral services will' was proposed by Metro

be conducted Saturday, March Equal Opportunity Task Forceto

Amos L. Ross, son Esther Hepburn, sister. 30, at 3:30: p.m. In Mt. Sinai help unskilled or semiskilled -

and other members of the Charles Richardson,Jr., Baptist Church. persons get jobs.
---- -- Family.IN and L/Cpl. Alfred Richardson * * * Major Dade employers are

MRS. GERTRUDE DAVIS sons. Julius Rowe of 244 NW 8th making periodic recruitment I

who passed totheGreatBe- "St., died Sunday, Mlrch24.He through the Jobmobile. The
yond March 28, 1962. I( is survived by his parents Mr. Southern Bell Telephone and

'Gone, but not forgotten.. IN MEMORIAMIn and Mrs. Julius Rowe. Ar- Telegraph: Co. conducted the

1 MEMORIAMIn rangements are incomplete. first phase of the project, and
sad and
The Family loving memoryof * * *
said it
loving memory of our an official of the firm
Mrs Mary Covington ALBERT L, BUTLERwho my dear sonRAYMOND Mrs Rosa Lee Staleyof130NW was "highly successful."
dear mother, 49th St. died March 26.
daughter will
Other major employers
Mrs. Ruby Jones, daughterJune departed this life March K. BAIN She is survived by her husband follow.

Jake and Mack Davis, 25, 1967. who departed this life March Johnny; three daughters Ethel

sons Gone, but not forgotten.May 30, 1961. Lester, Amy Lou Harris and
her est inpeaceand Seems as if he's Just away. Willie Bell four sisters Katie
Mrs. Margie Davis, daugh- ; THIS IS WHERE
terinlawTom light perpetual shine upon him The same love and memory Brinson, Georgie M. Boone,

Covington son-in-law 4. lives on.Ml's. Annie Bell Player and Julia THE JOBMOBILE IS
Mrs. Ethel Howell and
Mrs. Willie Wright, sister Thrower; grandchildren; Monday, April 1, 7:30: a.m.
Wilhelmena Bain mother
and grandchildren. Psr one great grandchild; nieces to 430; p.m. NW 22nd Avenue
and nephews. Funeral ser- and Street
IN MEMORIAM Burlington (Opa-
__w_._ . . vices will be conducted Satur- locka).

In loving memory of our ivA day, March 30 in Temple Baptist Tuesday, April 2, 730 a.m.
dear mother and grandmother, Church. to 4:30: p.m. NW 12th Avenue
. . .
and 54th StreetGrandway lot).
loving memory of our Hail Wilson of 543 SW 3rd Darren Lawton, the infant Wednesday, April 3, 7:30
husband and father, Ter., Homestead, died March son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald a.m. to 4:30p.m.NWl7thAve.

, '''' 22, at the Lincoln Memorial Lawton of 6722 NW 6th Ave., and 71st Street.
Nursing Homo in Goulds. He died Monday, Mlrch25.Be- 4
Thursday, April 7:30a.m.
is survived by his wife Mamie; sides his parents he is survived to 4:30 p.m. NW 17th Avenue
one aunt and other relatives. bY a grandmother a sister and 46th Street.
Funeral services were held Brenda;
; and a brother Arthur -
Friday, April 5, 7:30a.m.
ELIZABETH Wednesday, from the chapel. Arrangements are incomplete 4:30: p.m.NW 3rd Ave.between

k6 t n 9 departed this life March . . . 17 and 18 Streets. St. Agnes

23, 1964. Cecil Lester of 11603 SW Church.
Fred Carter of 3370 Florida -
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of Gone, but not forgotten. 224th St., Goulds, died March
Coconut died
Ave. Grove
25. He Is survived by his wife
March 23, at hom He was a
The Family Carrie; four children; two sis-
r resident of Dade County since
ters Marie Lester and Viola
f..I\" 1921, is survived by his wife NEEDS BOYS FOR
.. Williams; three brothers William -
," ../,
: Eulab one daughter Ruby his
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I : ;.,., ,""t. ( Johnnie and Robert. Ar- SUNDAY SCHOOLFifty
mother Marian R. London;one
.: 1i ,'j' CARD OF THANKSThe rangements are incomplete.
-, t'\f' ,' ': ..i);<: sister Mae Bell Wells; one * * * mothers are asked to
I'Ir: ' ''''' brother George; four sisters- enroll their boys in our Sun-
family of the late FRANCIS
ESTELLA B. GIBSON in-law; four brothers-in-law; day School Bible Studies every

MR. JESSIE CARR SISTER RINAH SMITH nieces and nephews. Funeral Mrs. Louise Humes of 303 Sunday at 9:30 a.m. and 3:00

who who departed this life March l services will be held Saturday NW 83rd St., died March 23, p.m. and Wednesday, at 7:30
departed this life
March 28, 1966. at 4p.m. from Greater St. Paul at Jackson Hospital. Remains p.m These boys will be as-
this life
27, 1966. who departed Marcht
We often sit and think of you. "Sweet are the memories thai 12,-1968 wish to express their AME Church. were shipped to Kingston S.C. signed in groups of three.
Thursday, March 28 for final To enroll please send
When we are all alone. never fade thanks to friends and neigh- * * * your
For bors for their condolences rites. Survivors Include her name and address on a post
memory is the only
Of ones loved Johnnie Lee Rainkin of 3798 husband Sam two card with telephone number if
That grief can call its own. we ,but could not during our hour of bereave ; daughters
save. ment. Washington Ave., Coconut Rose Hardy and Ruth White you have one. This is a chal-
Grove died on arrival at Doc- one son Willie five brothers' lenge to all Christian mothers
Mrs. Muy Carr wife Gone but.not forgotten such tors ; ,
i Hospital, March 22. He Isaiah Chandler whose
Ralph, VirgilHerman, John sweet memories. Special thanks to Bishop is survived by his wife Char- ningham ; Samuel Cun- boy don't belong to any
Nathaniel and Theodore Leonard Josey and the mem- Norman, James and Sunday School. Enroll now -
Alice White pinckney NYC ; one sister Mary Paul one Robert
; Lee We call
for and
Cooper deliver
Carr, sons bers of The Church Of God NW brother ; seven sis- your
Ulysses Paul
daughter ters
; one Dos is h boys.
Mrs. Eva Richardson 2nd Court and Range Funeral adopted sister Psndergrass,
Barbara Forbes, Calif, Mary L. Covin. Christine Mack Elder
Bessie Hezeklah Tinker
Mrs. Julia Carr Drake Home Funeral .Mae ,
granddaughterSandra services will be held Leo
Margaret Brown founder and director
Mrs Margaret.Moss, Mrs. Morton, NYC, Saturday at 1 p.m. from the McRae ; Lottie Com-
Lozina Garrison, daughters granddaughter. The Family: chapel. Ida Donn and Irene m-inity Sanctuary, 4911 NW 2 6
Ave., Miami, Fla., 33142.

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Claude Pepper Files For Re-Election To Congress Job Corps Announces

Congressman Claude Pep- his representation of the 11th fice dispelled all Indicationsand admirably from 1936 to 1950,
per filed his qualification Congressional district In Dade speculations that he might when he was defeated for reelection Openings Now
I I papers Tuesday for re-elec- County. become a candidate for the by Senator George
tion to the United States Houseof The announcement Smathers who has declined to I live-in training
coming United State Senate, where he U you are a school drop-out, tary program.
Representatives to continue from Pepper's Washington of- had served conspicuously and run for election this year. While learning the Corps will
Congressman Pepper's un provide room and board,
statement to the Miami Timeswas a young man between the agesof medical and dental care,
as follows: 16 to 21, the Florida State clothing and spending allow-
"I have today submitted my Employment Service may be ance of $30 a month. For each
qualification papers for reelection able to help you. That help Is of satisfactory service in the
to the office of Repre- the Job Corps. The Job Corps Job Corps an extra$50 a month
sentative in the Congress from has reactivated its programand will be banked in the Corps-
the 11th Congressional Dis- Is accepting applicationsnow man's name, to be given to him
trict of Florida. It has been a at the Miami Opportunity when the course is completed.In .
great honor and privilege for Center, 245 SE 1st Street. addition, an allowance may
me to serve the people of the Trained Florida State Em- be made out to his family.This
11th Congressional District. ployment Service personnelwill amount, matched by the Job
help you decide which Corps, will be sent home
training course is best for you. monthly.
i1Ji- Maybe'your skill is auto-me- Don't pass up this chance
1:. chanics, electronics, me- Join the Job Corps; to learn a
chanical repairs, clerical skill; to help your family and
work, conservation,electrical yourself. Just asking questions -
A r+r repairs to name Just a few. will not obligate you to
M There are thirty-five openingsnow. Join, but it might open a new

.. ++ f Register now so that you way of life. Call Miami Op- -
can be well on your way to being portunity Center, 377-2411,
a useful and working citi ask for Mrs Wesley . ask

j ,A. zen. The Job Corps is a volun- about the Job Corps now.

Your 4.s .
Interested in the Custodial' Training School being conducted for employees of

Variety Children's Hospital are (standing) Sharon Roach, Pearl Word/ and Joe Pratt.At .
left' is Mr. R. F. Patterson, General Foreman of Base Maintenance at Eastern Airlines "These are trying times

who is helping George Dillon/ (seated left) Variety's Superintendent of Main but, in my Congressional COULD BE ADVERTISINGYOUR
tenance and Robert B. Levin, Course Leader, a member of the American Institute of vice, I have seen other trying
Industrial Engineers.The times at home and abroad, in BUSINESS. IN
course includes films, records and lectures on hospital maintenance and peace and in"war.In all of these L3# b. ,, n
sanitation, and is part of Variety's continuing free program of employee education. crises the American people hcIahll) .hf
surmounted their obsta-
cles and have emerged a

stronger and better nation. 6530 NW 15 Ave
E Bahamas Government "We shall surmount the ob-

the Premier's stacles wo face at home and 691-0421
ETHEAThe, an award for the most become a better nation. Ihope
I skipper at the Out that I may have the privilegeof
Regatta In George representing the people of
Exuma, April 25-27. the 11th Congressional District
The award will have a cash in the effort try to solve
4 e4 Ue Education purse of $250, bringing to these problems in a way that
$7,000 the prize for the
money will lead to
a more prosper-
Qeet 6icG o/j tie / event. ous healthier, and happier ty+sY A yr !

America, at peace with Itself ,::" J-.
ecause my opponent voted to give himself a and in a peaceful world." ',..J t,'" ,,.'1"" ,
I 6,000 per year increase-but twice refused to JJ" I
ut on the ballot the question of how County fainmissioners '
Lewis "Buster" Newbold Alonio P. Francis,
are to be elected.
,NORTH'S, TRAVEL ,BUREAU' Owner Funeral Director
'% ft $iRMpbEp. ft ft LEWIS "BUSTER" NEWBOLD
COUNTY COMMISSIONER formerly associated with the M. H. Rahmings Funeral

wishes to Announce the Opening of:



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22, THE MIAMI, TIMES, Friday, March,29, 1968

I '. 11 Baptist Women To Have Biggest

.. , .,
f. ta. State Convention YetThe

., Women's Missionaryand Holley seeks to promote the da Memorial College."

Education Convention Inc., interest of women to bring This is thelargest august

1, an auxiliary to the General about a spirit o f cooperation, body of Negro women in Florida -

.,;. Baptist Convention of Florida, and to elevate standards and President Holley and of-

Dr. Susie Holley,president, promote opportunities for all ficers are busy trying makeit

1 1I 429 NW 16th Ave., Fort Laud- women, special guest to the the greatest fellowship of

( erdale and first vice president parent body will be the Presi- women ever. All districts, local -

National Baptist i Convention dent of National Baptist Con- presidents, committee

L t'Pr Inc. USA, will meet in its 79th vention USA Inc., Dr. Joseph chairman, co-chairmin will

Annual session in Friendship H. Jackson, Chicago, Ill share in responsibility so the

Baptist Church, 1717 NW 3rd goal can be reached. Partici-

St., West Palm Beach, April Dr. Jackson will be guest to pating officers are Mrs. C. F.

9-14. Rev. N. W. Hall, is host the woman's annual Fellow- Dixson, first vice president,
I pastor. ship Banquet Thursday 6 p.mA Mrs. C. I. Williams, second '

sightseeing motorcadeto vice president, Mrs. L. A.

: The theme "Renewel Vis- Miami Saturday 2 p.m spon- Williams, third vice presi-

I Jn Olhurrlj:1 un'ay ion, Living Together. With sored by the women's conven- dent. Together let us seek
Iou Concern For ,All.;" Mrs. tion to see location of"Flori- God's blessings in our work.



Rev. P.W. Wiggins,pastor Rev. Hendon, acting pastor Easter Sunday night the
Rev. Douglas Cook,pastor Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor Rev. Janus W.Dunn,pastor The No. Two Usher Board Dessie Crockett, reporterThe Sunday School will present
Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe Minnie Hunter, reporterThe The men are thankful to all will present Annual Twi- women would like to express what promises to be a most

Deaconess invite you as Junior Young Womenare light Tea, Saturday, March 30, their appreciationtothe interesting and entertainig

their honored guest this Saturday sponsoring a program the whohelped them to have a at 7 p.m. at the home of the membership and especially to program. In addition to many

( night at 8, at the church to fifth Sunday, at 4:30: p.m. spiritual and financial successon president, Mr. James Adams, the many visiting friends who recitations and songs, there

a tea. Brother Leroy Ander- Please be present and witness their Second Men's Day. 2462 NW 56th St. Mr. James came out to witness one of the will be a play entitled "The

son will be the guest speaker. your juniors in action. Sister The speakers, Mr. Fuller, Cobb will be the guest speak- most successful Women's Day King Coming" Our boys and

Come out and b ear this dynamic Car let t e McNeal,president and Mr. Adams gave us muchto er.The observances in the history of girls are working bard to mata

speaker His subject, and S i s t e r Alice Gibson,di- think about and do until next observance of the pas the church. Our hearts were this the best, program ever

will be "The Illegal Trail of rector.On Men's Day.Many: tor's Third Anniversary will made glad because of your presented at our church. We

jesus." This tea is sponsoredby March 31, which is the thanks to the boy's begin on Thursday, April 4,at presence and support.The have a variety i of entertain-
fifth the church will from Miami Jackson and 8 and terminate
Sister McLeod. Sunday, group p.m. Sunday, men wish to express ment for and
every age group,
t The Deaconess will sell din render services all day. The the Male Choir from Christian April 7 1, at 3 p.m. their appreciation to the wo- we know that the entire church

+: ners this Saturday at the fifth Sunday night, there will Fellowship Church for the Visiting ministers who will men. They are going to do it in family, visitors and friends

church. Stop by and patronize be a musical program.We are beautiful selections.You render services during this a special way Sunday by hon will enjoy the evening.

t them Sister Patterson is cordially inviting all to come are invited to attend our time are as follows: oring the women with a lun- We are especially appeal- 1,

president of this group. out.All BTU on Sunday. This will be Thursday, April 4, Rev. R. cheon in their behalf, follow- ing to parents and adults of our
There will be an after-ser those who have to be bap the end of the first quarter.The C. Solomon of New Mt. Zion ing the morning service. t church and community to come

vice program this Sunday night tised: There will be baptismthe youth of our church have of Hialeah. Baptism will be Sunday, at out and support our

featuring the choirs and the fifth Sunday, at 8 a.m. So studied the book of Genesis Friday, April 5, Rev. 11 a.m.all candidates are ask Remember that young the youthof people

Male Chorus of Jordan Grove. please be present and on time. during this quarter Please Samuel Atchinson of M*. Calvary ed to be In church by 10 arm. today will be the adults of

U you like good singing,please Coming soon! On May 26,we come out and hear their reporton Easter practice will be held tomorrow and they will be the

come and be a witness to this will have our first rally. We what has been learned. Sunday, April 7 1, Rev. Wil- Tuesday instead of Monday. leaders, of the church the

program.The sincerely hope this will be our Don't forget to visit and pray liam Davis of First Baptist of Continue In prayer for the commiiity i the nation, and

women Jordan Grove first and final rally before we for the sick and shut-ins. Brownsville. sick and shut-ins. even the world., Don't let them '

will celebrate their 10th Annual move into our own building.We ..
down:> for "
they are depending
Women's Day program on appreciate all the many
upon you for their leadershipand
Sunday, May 26. The assess- visitors we have had, we urge guidance. Come outand
ments Women you to continue to worship with
are: $15; men
$10; Jr. girls, $4; Jr. boys, us, for we are working for the I Missionary Day At St. James \ -I show"Tb them King that Is Coming"you a
$2. Sister Mary Brown is up-building of God's kingdom I
I play by Grace Rimquist which
Our toI
chairman and Sister Doris prayers are extended -
Smith Is co-chairman. The the sick Rec. F. E. Sneed, pastor faithfully' tells of the sorrow add pain
Joseph Marshall reporter lift Mrs. Louise Woods and the that the followers of Jesus felt
pastor is asking all membersto ,
March-ites are making their when he was crucified. Doa't
come out to prayer meeting Mrs. Pearlle Mae Sharp. final reports Sunday at 6 p.m.If miss it. The address Is 245 NW

every Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. NEWMT..MORIAH chairman and the Missionary you would do your part,then 8th Street, and the time is 6.30:

Let us remember the sick Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor Society will again be in chargeof JW i you march on with them. p,m. April 14 Mrs Alberta

in our prayers. Evelyn Souter, reporterThe services. Our morning 9 :", They will have a night of games Godfrey is the chairman and

Ushers Union will con- speaker is Mrs Leenette pen-I 4' xap and fun at the home of Mrs. Rev. S. A. Cousin is the pastor -

vene this Sunday,at 3 p.m.The nington, a member of Hurst p Barbara Barnett 1322 NW 63 .
public is invited. Chapel AME Church, Perrine.! Ter., Saturday 8 p.m., March
The No. One Choir will A teacher in the public school 30. Also on the other side of
Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor system. Come and hear this : :
sponsor an after service program town on the same night they are FIRST BAPTIST
On Sunday, March 31, dur- Sunday night with the dynamic speaker. God has l 3 ,re having a night of games and fun

ing the evening services, at Spiritual Melodies and others. given her that special know- Ii at the home of Mrs. E.011- Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor

6 p.m. the Ways and Means You will miss a treat, if you ledge and depth to be able to phant, 5629 NW 11th Ave., at Donella Turner, reporterThe
will have Feast.You are I
Song reach in such
a won-
are not present. The public is
9 p.m. pastor andtamilywouldlike
invited to worship with I
derful and put into words
cordially invited. way who
During the 11 a.m. service, The No. 2 Choir would like the messages she giving the MRS LEANETTE To the sick and shut-ins God to thank inltheir everyone anniver-
the No.Two Choir will and looks down participated
sing world. in his mercy onus
to thank Rev. Torrence and PENNINGTONness the sister
In To
the No. One Usher Board will sary anyway.
congregation, Rev. Talmadge, The Usher Boards No. 1, 2, unity and Christian fellowship all. churches and their pastorswho
usher. Sermon by our pastor Rev.. Redding, choirs, and all and 3 had their joint usher is our goal,try to keepit Remember: You are always helped the members give
The of the School
would like to remind Sunday all our others who participated and board meeting Monday night. so that we will continue to welcome to the friendly their pastor a very happy anniversary -

attended to make their anni- This was a step of together- work and serve our church church. words cannot express -
parents that the Lenten Banks
are due at Sunday School at versary a wonderful success. their feelings. They can
Our monthly conference, only thank from the
say you
9:30 a.m. Sunday, April 17.
Remember will be April 4, at 8 p.m. NEW HOPE bottom of their hearts,and God
prizes The pastor is asking the en- SHILOH BAPT. MT. SINAI bless of
everyone you.
given to the three highest
amounts. tire church to accompany him Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor The Boy Scouts Troop 309,

We are all looking forwardto to Bethany Baptist Church, Loraine Fuller reporter Rev. A, M.Griffin,pastor Rev. Cleo Albury, pastor will sell at the church Satur-
April 21, at 3 p.m. Cheryl English reporter Patricia Austin reporterAll their
our Easter Season and our Sunday, March 31,the newly day. They are asking
The women will sponsor a
friends to and
Palm Sunday procession. "Talent Night" April 21, at 7 1 organized male chorus of our There will be a sale at the persons interested in them in their come help

More about these next week. p.m. In behalf of women's will make their first home of Sister C. MylesSat- participating in Mount Sinai's
Sunday afternoon April 7 1
Our sympathy goes to the Please! pray for peace.; Visi: 'appearance at the church ser- urday In, behalf of the No.Two musical clinic which will beheld the ,
and church
fa mille s of the late Zill1er tors are always welcome. vice Sunday, at 11 amallare Choir, at 3110 NW 45th Street. the last two weeks inApril pastor with the Antioch will
Rolle and Doris Ward. welcome. Come out and hear worship Bap-
There will be fish in are asked to contact tist Church in
Visitors wel- a fry Liberty City for
are always these talented men make their Mrs. Tanner
behalf of the or Miss Bonee. the
No. Two Usher Rev. P. W. Wiggins anniversary -
come. Day View. Deacon Sam Davisis
TEMPLEThe The fee will be $1.00 for those
Board Friday at 7 1 at the
the p.m. The No. One Choir
president. home of Sister Sarah Mitchell over 18 and 50? under 18. will and all
Number Two Choir will Sunday March 31, 7 1 p.m. the "MortgageBurning" services sing usher boards
ZION motor to Per r 1 n e Sunday 15840 NW 18th Court. will serve.
pastor, No. One Choir,and the will be held at the church on
Rev. Paul Freeman,pastor morning to sing at the 11 a.m. Male Chorus will render ser- This Sunday, at 3 p.m. Rev.K. March 31, at 330; p.m.Every- The church will hold its gen-

Sis. E. Jackson, reporterThe worship at St. Peter's Baptist vices at Mount Olive Baptist E. Rogers and congregationwill one please plan to attend. The eral conference Friday night

pastor would like all No. Church, Rev V, Moss,pastor, Church, Rev Nickerson is the convene here in behalf of Rev. J, W, Stephenson of the April 5. The pastor is askingall
where the Ministers and Dea, members to attend this
One Choir members to meet pastor. the Deacons. Alltnembersare Antioch Baptist Church in
him at Dayspring BaptistSunday cons' Union of Atlantic Coast Easter practice is held asked to please be present.We Brownsville will be the speak- meeting.SPIRITUAL'.

at 2 p.m.Also the No. One Association is in session this ,every Thursday at 5:30: p.m would like to thank all er.
and Two Usher Boards and weekend. Bus wilUleave" the Sister Bernice Kerson is in
who came and listened to the ASSEMBLYOF
members.The church at 9. charge. All members are asked to
given Sunday.
No. One Choir wish to, All the singing groups are Prayer meeting and Bible would program also like to thank the bring covered dishes. There BAHI

thank everyone for their loyal making: preparation for Easter class is held Thursday, at 8 Williams Sisters the White will be no evening services so
The Mt3.miBahViComm.nity ( ; -
their services by attending rehearsal. please plan to attend our BTU.
support on anniversary
Rose Singers, the Rosettes, will hold its regular weakly
last Sunday.To Members who have been p.m.Sunday School Sunday morn- Everyone is invited to join in
and the Oak Grove Baptist
meat ing at the homeof
the sick, please keep slow in keeping up are urgedto ing at 9:30 a.m, BTU at 5:30 with us on this occasion.
Church Choir.
I Mm. Ida Solomon 137 NW
faith and hold on toGod'shandand get in line. Parents are requested p.m., all are,welcome. ,
He will make everything to send the childrenout Remember our sick and Let us all remember the Visitors are always welcome 11th Avenue, Saturday: March
sick bereaved families to and 30, at 8 p.m.'Tie public is invited -
and come
alright, for God so loved the on time Wednesday even- shut-ins with a prayer and a worship with
the shut-ins. us, to attei'1'
ing to their rehearsal.
world He gave His only son,

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-.-- THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 29, 1968. 23 "., J


Fr. T. R. Gibson, rector
Antoinette Silva, reporter Rev. p. S. Brown, pastor

()Tuesday. March 19, at M. L. Nixon, reporterWe
St. Stephen's Church, the MIami were delighted to have
Deanery of the Episcopal visitors from Israel Bethel

Churchwomen met. This Baptist Church and Dr. A.,0..

meeting was highlighted by Parker, president of the ..,

Col Stanley I.Hand,executive* District Horns Mission; ;'.\'It
director of PlanningCommission The "Old Fashion Dinner

of Florida Episcopal l Col- Spread," sponsored by the

leges Inc., who discussed the trustee board will be Sunday, M :
for the New March 31, Immediately fol- .
plans Episcopal , ,
'\'t II.-
College in Deland. Also Miss lowing the morning services.You ' ::

Joan Gross talked about the are cordially Invited to "ji
Christian Community Family come out and eat your dinnerat .
Service. the Community Center.Donations
The Episcopal Young are 198. "
Baptism will be held at Mt.
Churchmen and the Episcopal I
Churchmen of Christ Epis- Calvary Baptist Church, at 5p.m. II II I

copal Church cordially invite Rev. S. Atchisonpastor.All I

you to attend a Musical Recitalon candidates and the Chris- I

Sunday, April 7, at 5 p.m. tian Fellowship congregation
This recital will feature vari- please be present and on time.
of the and Youth choir rehearsal will
ous youth community
be held Saturday, at 6 p.m.and '
will also have, a play entitled
Easter Practice Wednesday, ;
"The Pearly White City.
at 5 p.m. at the home of Sis- t I I1P '"1
please come' out and enjoy :
ter Constance Sandilands
" ,
yourself. Donation $1.00 for .
adults and 50? for children. 1820 NW 69th Street. Please
send children for this
your ex-
I: On April 2, at 7:30 p.m. the '
/ Episcopal Young Churchmen perience. .
Visit and pray for the sick :
f would like for you to attend
DDn't forget the soldiers in
their meeting at the church J

i!r,I which will be highlighted by the, Vietnam ,
Panel of American Youth.This I
. is a panel consisting of youth NEW PROVIDENCE -

f-" ,' of races different that get together religions and talk and Rev, C. J. Bvney,pastor Unity Day At Mt. Calvary Sunday I

I!t" about how they feel about beinga Arsula Edwards, reporter
member of a certain ethnic
The Ministers and Deacons
; group or religious group.This Union is now iu progress at the Rev. S. Atchison,pastor half of their anniversary. a Broken Ship." Be sure to Rev. L, C. Albert. The staff
Phyllis Beal reporterThe Sunday is "Unity Day" the
'I s discussion Is very interestingand Day Spring Baptist Church, morning speaker will featureour hear him. The 3:00 p.m.. ser- of the Miami Times every

the question and answer Rev W. M. Slater, pastor, at Special Chorus wishesto own Rev. S. Atchison.Our vices will feature the Rev. P. church In Miami\and the entire -

period is very stimulating. 2991 NW 62nd Street. thank everyone for the ser- pastor's sermon for the morn- W. Wiggins and congregation.The public are cordially invited
Your presence will be appre ,Our pastor will preach Saturday vices rendered Sunday in be- Ing will be "The Tragedy of evening speaker is the .
ciated. March 30, at700p.m.
In the Women's Department


GREATER NEW BETHELRev. session Sunday, at 2 p.m. A. Randall, pastor MIAMI TIMES
Consecration hour of prayer "Reality" is the subject of Annie Vassar reporterOn UJJILBRING
Rev. S.A tchison, pastor
W. K. Smith, pastor is held each Sunday, at 5 Phyllis Beal,reporter the Lesson Sermon to be read the third Sunday in May, A )

I' Alice Irving, reporter a.m. Sunday is "Unity day" The In all Christian Science the church will observe its An- I
Prayer meeting every Churches this Sunday. The I niversary. All are welcome to
,There will be a Bar-B-Que morning speaker will feature
Tuesday, at 7:30: p.m. You are Golden Text which sets the out and
sale at the home of Sister and the Rev. S. Atchlson. The 3p.m. come have a shouting -
urged to attend theme for this Bible lesson is
.'services will be rendered good time.
I Brother Donnell, 1961 Wash '
ington Street,. next Saturday.. BTU Sunday, at 5:30 p.m. by Rev. p. W. Wiggins and from Isaiah: ''Since the begin- Usher Board No. Two is RESULTS
Mrs. Beatrice Williams, 1810 Continue in prayer for our ''congregation. The even- ning of the world men have not having a program on the third

Rutland Street, will sell din iick, shut-ins, and those who ing speaker will feature Rev. heard, nor perceived by the Sundy In April. }f't .. ., I.,
ners and pies next Saturday.Both are bacaaved Visitor are always Ross accompanied by Rev.L. ear, neither hath the eye seen,I Oa the fifth Sunday night,
O God, beside thee, ,what he there will be a Musical Pro
sales are behalf of W o- welcome. C. Albert. The staff of the
men's Day. Miami Times, every church In hath prepared for him that gram sponsored by the choirsof
waiteth I
for him
Usher Board No. Four will Miami, and the entire publicare the church.
be In charge of auxiliary Sunday TRIUMPH cordially invited. If you're in poor health, The Freewill Churches are
you'll want to give some fresh MlI1,0tl
School class Sunday. The special chorus wishesto having their District Union
BTU is held every Sunday, Prince W. J. Roberts, pastor thank everyone for services thought to Just what the Bible Meeting starting Thursday

at 6 p.m. The youth needs the Sister E. M. Dunn reporter rendered Sunday In behalf of says about God's power to night continuing through*'Sun-

support of the adults. The first quarterly religious their anniversary. heal. ListenSunday, March 31, day. it will be held at the New
All at 1:45: p.m. over radio sta- Mt. Zion Baptist Church, 55th r
members selling candyare conference for the year Prayer meeting Thursday "
asked to please make a was held at Temple No. Two, night. tion WMBM. Street and 30th Avenue Rev. '.&,

final report Sister Marjorie with the Rt. Rev D.H.Harris, Please pray for the sick and Swing, pastor.FEMININE.

Perkins o r Sister Wilene Archbishop presiding. the shut-ins. PALM SUNDAY

Robinson as soon as possible. Many topics were discussed FRAPPE
Your, cooperation will be appreciated. throughout the week, and were EMPHASISDAY
beneficial to all who heard. GRACE PRESBYTERIAN There will be a Palm SundaY"
Get well wishes to BrotherL. The youth were honored to Frappe Sip," sponsoredby AT ST. JOHN

C. Spann who Is confined In have the National Youth Supervisor Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor New Providence Court No.' The women cordially invitee

Opa-locka General Hospital. Mother Bernice C. H ear t y :congratulations to 129 Herlone of Jericho and th you ,to celebrate with them,
services Harris she too the Board of for crowning of the"Little Sweet Women
Prayer are held brought out Deacons the Emphasis Day, Sun-
every Tuesday at 8 p.m. many thoughts to the young outstanding worship service of heart" contest, at 1047 NW 37 day, April 28. This Is our day,
people. last Sunday evening This St., from 5 to 7 p.m. April 7, and without your help it Is! almost -

serves as a fine example for contestants are: Little oida impossible for this day to

FRIENDSHIPRev. what other auxiliaries can do, Ingraham, Adrene Cecelia be a success. please remem- MODEL HP50A WITH
GREATER NEW in planningandpromotingSun Possley and Linda Curry; all ber, and come to worship withus.

J. E.Jenkins,pastor MACEDONIA day evening worship servicesin members of the Masonic family PRIVATE LISTENING

Ruby Lee Carr, reporter Rev. Roscoe Jackson,pastor the future. We are especially and friends are urged to attend Rev. ThedfordJohnson, EARPHONE

Sunday in BTU we will havea Willie J. Beard, reporter happy for the sermon delivered this festive occasion. pastor

panel discussion with the following On Sunday we had a grand by Rev. B.R. Leverity, $5.00
members JLS panelists; time when Rev. W. M. Bouyerand associate pastor of the Bethel

Mrs. Marion Polite, M r a. congregation of New Hope Baptist Church of Nassau,
Lucy Rembert, Mrs. Gussie Baptist Church, Pehokee, was Rev. Harcourt Brown, pastor I I Guaa Ht M DOWN
Wright, Wardine White, in charge of our Annual Fel Remember, please attend 5 YEa a

Beverly Hunter, and Willis lowship service. our bible discussion meetings, ppRT 'E Call
Walker. This should be inter The president, officers and on Tuesday, at 8 p.m., as we C
esting. Come and bear them at members of Choir No. Twowill approach the climax of our 7515629NO

6 p.m. begin celebrating their study of the gospel of Luke.
Members please nuke Third Anniversary on Thurs CREDIT
your AY/YM1 K
reservations oo the church bus day night before the second IJV--- ..rr..K w++I.w REQUIRED

so that the officers wfll'tnowhow Sunday in next month.MACEDONIA. ALLEN CHAPELRev. 1 '
to make plans for others M..
lithe bus Is filled.The bus will F. D. Wright,pastorL. :
Sews ( ALSO
sr 1plers, :
leave Saturday morning,April Thompson, reporterWe w r
13, for the State Baptist: Convention Rev W. Smith, pastor Irttrns, Sups, ':" FURNITURE
are thankful to God for Ncrks, Esikreilcrt, 1 . *
where our pastor will Annie M. Eady, reporterWe y APPLIANCES
preach at 2:30: p.m. for the Invite you to attend our five converts and other members DI Ins. Ixu a/ I STEREOS

John Get L well RMS wishes Hour. to Sisters services.Oa Friday night, March 29, Sunday this Missionary Day. :milts :b.::r$1: 6
We have fine ;
Edna Griffin In Christian Hospital our speaker will be Bishop W. a program planned EASY t
;Rev.Sister White Is Inviting Ply
; BennIe Ruth Taylor;and E. Fuller, Jr.,D.D.of Atlanta, her friends H. to ABBEY DOMESTIC AC cr DC W.T. WELLS
Brother Jimmy A us tin in Georgia. We are locatedat
her her 47th 15982 NW 27th Av... COMPANY
on Anniversary
Jackson Memorial Ito ptal[ 3051 NW 57th Street. A re- Ca J Noy 625.1261
as a church member.
Our deepestsyuipifty to vival will also begin on Monday -
Junior church and child 45 N. W. 54th Street
Brother Leon Adams in the night,April 1.Rev.Samuel
loss of his mother in Sumracrvllle Martin of Ashville, N. C. will evangelism meets Tuesday. HOME DEMONSTEIATION Miami, Florida 33127
afternoon. v t. NO OILIGATION IF YOU Df
the revival.
S. C. conduct


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roads will lead to St. Sanford J. Ramsey, M. A.,
Matthew's on Sunday, March will be the speaker at 7 p.m.
31, for the annual observanceof He is a native of Tennessee;

,, the church's Men's Day.The graduate of Butler University,
speaker for the morning will A. B., and received his M.A.
be Mr. Walter H. Beckham, degree from Indiana University. FLUORESCENT
Jr. a well-known Dade County He has had many years' ALUMINUM STEP LADDER
attorney. He is a graduate of experience irreligious and LIGHT FIXTURES
Emory University, Harvard social service work with the 6-FT. Jamb ike tt 4SINCMNO.
3-taeh life rails
Law School, and presently YMCA and is presently man- SIZE Ruble rlvitri iilebriees .
holds the position of professorof ager of the James E,Scott pro- C144
law at the University of Mi- ject of Miami. He is an Epis- Safety leek 98
ami. His activities in the civic copalian, and should be heard. Twe-way leg kraelifHtavy REGULAR
.drty okiek SMI
life of the
community and the
Edwin deacon of style safety,feet
legal profession have been Complete with pull,
many. He is a Methodist anda First Baptist Church, Opa- Kfi cord and plug- Easy to
locka, will preside at the 7 install. (Tubas not 48-IN.
word.Christian in every sense of the*p.m. services. $1098 898 furnished). TtflE 1415

Mr. Nelson Adams, principal We at Matthew's hope to see
of unbar Elementary you there. Mr. Mike Ferguson -
School and deacon of St. John is chairman and DeaconR

Baptist Church, will preside at J. Ferguson,co-chairman;
the 11 a.m. service. Rev. N. F. Clark, pastor. Tom""'


Miles To Become A Marinethe --i:: : MUCKS, POOU

........ ....., /sail 20-GAUOM. SIZE
While whole distance, taking one WMI Mfnin Mil rath
some young men are ... ... ,
solid week. ,i r iH M 1 itiM
burning draft cards and others 9
are protesting against induction When he arrived in Miami CHOICE OF GREY OR 19

.. or escaping to Canada, a Saturday it was 4:30 a.m. He COOL TURQUOISE

17-year-old Negro,determined went to the Biscayne Terrace IP" .
to'be a Marine,'walked: 300 Hotel, 4th Street and Biscayne a $4-IL ITIU. 1 Dc Limit 2 pr cuitomtr
miles from St. Petersburg to Blvd., from where an army bus ft: : Sorry no d.livri.i

Miami for enlistment.: His leaves every morning at 6,
name is Frazier Talmadge with recruits to be examined.
Talmadge was returned this 0
Talmadge arrived here Sat- home through the courtesyof
turday at the Armed Forces the army for him to return
examining station at 4100 for enlistment next month.

Aurora, Coral Gables, feet "Golden Beach"a KEEPS OUT BUGSENTRANCE
blistered and bloody,lea worn
out tennis shoes that showed the DOOR DOOR BOTTOM SEAL STRIP

result of the long journey. South Dade ([J C 1
3FT. by 6-FT. 8-IN. Ili

Told that he had passed all News C

the tests, Frazier danced in DO EJL
glee, the happiest boy in the Services at Mt.Moriah Bap- 4592Th. Mack Aluminum al Vinyl Plait and
area. tist Church were high Sundayall
Eaiy to install in 39 Inch
day. The pastor was at his ..>ily to any six*.
Young Talmadge did not best. You missed a treat if you Protect your door against bug, rain and
know that if he had gone to the did not hear him. Visitors are ... doors ara the "jewels" of blown and Screw onto wood, alumi*
home ..ntranc.1Lindsley! rum and plastic
Marine recruiting station in always welcome at Mount .

St. Petersburg, he would have Mor tah. Rev. W. C. Edcar,
received bus fare for,the tripto pastor.

Miami. All district leaders are ask-

In Frazier's anxiety to fight ing that each one start on the
for his beloved country he did pledge so we may get our new
not stop to find out what was church started.
the easiest way to reach the Our sick: Mrs. Hattie Hopeis Lumber
two examining stations, one in in Jackson Memorial Hos-
Jacksonville, the other in Mi pital. Your prayers are asked
ami. He simply chose to walkto for her. Room 210.A .
the nearer one,300milesaway. dinner sale will be at the

home of Mrs. Julia McCray,
18040 SW 104th Ave., Satur ",

The fa c t that Frazier is a day, March 30 from 11 MIAMI-DADE STORES Open Sundays till 2 P.M.

Negro did not help him in his 4 p.m.Will deliver.Telephone Lindsley-RBC
hitchhiking efforts, because 238-9995. 3505 N.W.79th Street-Ph 696-2810 1635 N.W.28thSt.-Ph 635-4511
The White Rose Club will NW 7thAve.& 127thSt.-Ph. 6817471 2160SW.27thAve.-Ph 4437432 Stores alsolocated
insplte of having the sign, NW 27th Ave at 179th St.-Ph 621-0544 812 SW 12th Are-Ph 3745108
"Miami" attached to his meet at the home of Mrs.SusieM. 14300NW. 27thAve.-Ph.688-6523 401 NE 167th St.-Ph.949-3537
clothes, he did not receive any Williams April 10th from 8820 Bird Road-Ph.221-8311 HIALEAH: 1295 W 49th St-Ph 8212150 l in:
rides which forced him to walk 7:30 p.m. to 10p.m.Mrs.Julia 496 4300 N.l791h Ponce de St Leon--Ph Ph 7574571 443-7461 .,,' PERRINE HOMESTEAD: S. Dixie 632 Hwy.-Ph.2385535
McCray, president. S, Dixie a Ludtam Road-Ph 6611672 : Washington-Ph.2/1.68I3 Key West ((2 Stores)
The Ministers and Deacons' 5891 S. Dixie Hwy._Ph.661.5361 MIAMI STORES BELOW, CLOSED SUNDAYS I IflomerodaTravernier I
660 N.E.96thSt.-Ph 7592431
3817NW 17thAve -Ph,633-8218
Union of Atlantic Coast Baptist 16160 Biscayne Blvd_Ph 947-4711 I
Association, Rev. H.W. Moss,, Fort Pierce
.MIAMI IDES president, will meet with the Cocoa

... I' St. Peter's Baptist, Church, Daytona Beech

Perrine, this weekend, from BROWARD COUNTY STORES Open Sundays till 2 P.M. Tampa ((5 Stores)
ADS Thursday' night through Sun Largo

*n+eaar day. The pastor, Rev. Vernon'Moss W. HOLLYWOOD: 1800 N.State Road 7-Ph 9896850 FT LAUDERDALE:219 NW. 1st Rue.Ph. Pine(Las Park
is confined toa hospital HOLLYWOOD: 801 N.21 Ave.-Ph. 922.5624 .tWASMSKP&W. 1tAve.- Ph.9425)900) St. Petersburg
because of a stroke which attacked OAKLAND PARKt 1099 Oakland Park Blvd. -Ph.565.6761 : 3rd Ave. Ph. 5222572 ..
him March 17. His officers
!1 and members, with the
help of the brethren and TRUSS PLANT
RESULTS friends, will carry on the MIAMI: 1635 NW 28th St.- Ph. 6330103 MIAMI: 14300 NW 27th Ave.688.0553

... .. ... work, while they pray for his


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THE MIAMI TIME! ,Friday, March 29, 1968 25

: : } :;::: $1:
: Daniels is New Head of

White Americans Heed Education i itl BTW SchoolHenry

::11:1;:: ,

!1J11 Wilkins" Jells, Univ. Of Calif.BERKELEY 11!11 W. Daniels, former

:.:.:.:. 11mm plats teacher at Douglas Ele-
;1:1::::1 :;:::::: mentary School accpeted
Calif.-"The dary educational systems that civil rights legislation and on :jig:;:!:;; -
;::::: monumental ficially the appointment
;: posed" by chop down ::: as
so many aspiring the other measures essential :|:|::):;::
;::::::: the report of the National Advisory Community School Director of
Negro "
;:::::f Commission youngsters before they to racial Justice. L jijijg::;: Booker T. Washington Junior
on civil reach a campus." And further, he insisted :jxS:::;::::
::: Disorders is that of the reeducation High School on Friday, March
college students and their ;j;i1:;ti
:!: 15th. The
1m of white America" Moreover "the universi- Community School
mentors as they inveigh ;::;:::::
::1:::: Roy Wilkins executive direc- ties can keep a vigil and loosea against white racism, cannot ;;:;:::::: Program Is a Joint undertaking
::::, tor of the Involving the City of Miami h 'R 9
::: National
Associa- cry over the trigger of ,
practically compromise on black racism. :::::::;: t
r1:1: tion for the the Dade County School Board
Advancement of all racial outbreaks :::
: U any diligent scholar con- ::::;;:
::::::1:' Colored People said in the ad- the police and their relations vlnces himself from the open ;::::::::: and the Mott Foundation of P

''::::::: dress prepared for delivery with the Negro community.Civil record that white racism has ;::::$::;: Flint, Michigan

:::::::::: at the Centennial Charter Day disorder is everyone's brought the nation to this pass, i;:1W1||> The new Community School
:::: observance
of the business
University because everyone how he blink :::
can at black racism :jjjj: : Director is especially prepared
::::::: of "
California here, Saturday suffers. Did not tea h ::1$::
? one c supremacy :$ for this position because of
:::::11 afternoon. March 23. and superiority on ::::::$::::; his training and many years of
.::::::: In this task, he told the stu- Mr. Wilkins warned that the basis of skin color? Is not :::jjj::::::::| active participation in community
::::::::: dents, faculty administration "the present trend toward a the other but repeating the :=$:::::; affairs of Greater Miami Church for the past 11 years,
::::::: and friends, "a great university crackdown'' with armoredcars hateful ::: a member of the Biscayne Bay
::: monologue? Why then :::::::: He Is a graduate of Florida t
:::: has a role to play . not personnel carriers District Training staff of the
should :::
a student of logic a :::::::: A&M University, class of
1Wm merely a role to add to its academic automatic weapons and other seeker after truth, a practitioner :::::::::::: 1948 He has done further Sou th Florida Council Boy

:::::: lustre, but one which devices of so-called riot con- of the humanities,stoop :;::::::;:: study at FloridaA&M, Miami- Scouts of America an ordained ..

'::::::: could save the peace of the na- trol is definitely not the way to this accommodation?" :.::::.;::.:::.:: Dade Junior College, University deacon and clerkofSt.John
::::::;: tion. Universities can spread to peace In our cities. We can Baptist Church, Commander:
:::::::: the truth about race and beat down disorders dissen- As In the time of Frederick :::::;:::: of Miami, and recently of John Griffin post 165,

:::::::: racism to their students in ters on any public policy not Douglass, the NAACP leader ;:::$:;:::: completed an at NDEA Florida InstituteIn A m e r I c an Legion, a Board
concluded, today's problem Is ;:::;:::::::;: Geography State
1 1:11:; classes and seminars, to be Just race n will feel the iron : Member of Ecumenical De-
:::::::: wider publics of alumni and the of suppression. Individual "to establish firmly the validity :::|::|::j:: University 1966. during the summerof velopments, Inc., as well as a

::1:11:!:; general community of freedom will have taken flight of constitutional de- :i-ix;:::? member of the Special Ad-

'::::::: scholars." from out nation. . mocracy in a multi-racial society ::::::::::: y Daniels is former Man visory Committee to the
,f111 Such an endeavor toward :;:::::::::: United
The universities i the "While : ; ager of the Jacksonville Telegraph Fund Special Youth
:::::::: NAACP leader said, "can berate with insistent campuses rever- bonafideintegrationcomjji:;::'::, Publishing Company In Project.
::::::: make certain that own policies tions of a combat delinea- mands the enlistment of our :5::$:::: Jacksonville, a former Man- The Community School Program
10,000 :: ::
'::::;:: are free of any tainy of greatest institutions and our :;;::: ager of the Davis Printery of at Booker T, Washington
away, they cannot remain
':;::::: racism." He called upon them silent while most resourceful minds to 1j:;|::|;:1 this city, and a classroom features Involvement In Rec-

::1:1::::1 to "campaign against the Interior Congress Indulgesin avert either a rending or a ,:$:::::$:: teacher for the past 10 years reation for all ages, Adult
:::: perversion of our ideals and ::$:::::::
:::: Education
elementary and secon- delay In this election functioning at all grade levels. Sewing, Tutoring,
:::::::: year, on our national purpose." :;:1:1::::::: Among his experiences as a Gymnastics, Wrestling

;1 H.t..;.:.;.:.;:..;.;:..:.;.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.;:..::;.::;:.;:.;;:.:;::.;::.;:.:;:.:;::.:::.:;.;:;:.:;:.:;.:.:.;:;.::;:.;;:.:;:.;:;.::;.:;;.:;;.::;.::.:::;.::;.:::.:::.::;.::;.:::.*:.::.::.::::.:::.::;.:::.:::.:::.:::.:;:.:::.:::.:::.:;:.:;:.::;.::.::::.:;:.;::.:;:.:;:.:;:.;::.:;:.:::.:::.;::.;:.:::.:::.:::;.:::.:::.:::.:::.::::.:;:.:::.:::.:::.:;:.:;:.::;.:::.:::.;:.m;.:;::;::.:::.:;:.:;;.:::.:::.:::.:;:.::.:::;.:.:::.:;:.:;:.:::.:;:.::;.:::.:::.:;:.:;:.:::.:;:.:;:.:::.;;:.;:d.;.;;.@;.; years classroom as third teacher grade are chairman : -2 ketball Teen's League Club,,Boy History Scout, Gov-Bas

six years as represen- ernment, Citizenship training,
"The Black tative to local, state and national and Civil Air Patrol Squadron.
Power Revolt" Is Book
associations, and three Registrations are now being
years as chairman of the Project accepted for all classes and

Whites Won't Language Arts (funded by activities. The Learning Lab
Enjoy Reading the Federal Government) at will open soon along with
I Douglas Elementary School. class In arts and crafts. All
Americans are buying the would be foolhardy to ignoreit. "This book is the first com Power Revolt, part of the pub- interested persons (no age

President's Riot Commission ." prehensive collection of work lisher's Extending Horizons He is a former President of limits) may register in the
Report at the rate of 100,000 Kozol received the National relating to Black Power. series. the Northwest Miami Jaycees, main office between the hoursof

copies each day. Book Award on March 6 for "If this is Black Power then The book is the April selection a Scoutmaster of Troop 79, 3:30 5:30 p.m. and 7:00: -

Such unprecedentedresponse Death at an Early Age, an account Black power is a part of the of the Negro Book Club. chartered by St. John Baptist 9:30 p.mFRANKL1N'SCARPET. .
demonstrates a desire of his xperiences ,promise of theAmericanConstitution. 1

by Americans to uncover the teaching children in Boston's ."

roots of profound social ques= Negro ghetto Twelve essays in The Black

tions that lock the nation deepIn Dr. Howard Zinn, a Boston Power Revolt,are publishedfor
crisis. activein the first time, including
University professor 8650 NW
22 Ave.
the civil rights and peace contributions by CORE Direc-
Porter Sargent will help of The Black tor Floyd B. McKissick and
movements says
provide some answers with Revolt playwright LeRoiJones.Jones SPECIALIZING IN
publication April 22 ofthe : wrote his essay Just after last '
Black power Revolt. "This is a powerful book year's riot at Newark. RUG SALES & CLEANING

Insiders who have seen speaking right out of the bones Stokely Carmichael,

galley proofs say The Black of the past into the heart of the Malcolm X, and dam Clayton COMMERCIAL CLEANING &
Power Revolt will be required present -- a set of angry,eloquent Powell are among other black
for all persons concerned with statements from David leaders represented in the FLOOR WAXING
America's social crisis.A Walker to Du Bois to Stokely book.

collection of 36 essays, Carmichael. Among 12documents reflecting CARPETING CLEANED IN YOUR HOME OR OUR PLANT
the new book traces the con- "Everyone in Americas Black Power's his-

cept of Black Power to the first h 0 u 1 d read it to understandthe torical origins are an autobiographical IN
shouts of black protest three mood of black people challenging statement by Nat

centuries ago and defines its this country today,and Turner made in 1831 and a
demands for power in 1968. to begin to think about how to letter written from Bannekerto Call 696-9133 or 635-3641

Says Jonathan Kozol: respond." Thomas Jefferson in 1791.

"White people will not enjoy Adds John Henrik Clarke, Floyd B. Barbour, a Boston
this book but edited The Black 24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE
reading -- they editor and social critic: playwright,



Recreation Department will Serving the Miami area for over 15 years at ;;' '
hold an Easter Egg Hunt at ---DOUBLE' JUTE BACKING FOR LONGER WEAR

Funch's Park, 6445 SW 81st 100 NW 4th AVENUE FINE V . '
1 1SS50Per
Street, at Lee Park, 6701 SW CARPETS; lS DECORATOR COLORS

58th place, starting at 2 p.m. $3.00 $6.00 !
on Easter Sunday, April 14,at sq. yd,
both parks, for children under Open every day except Sunday 9-1 & 4.8
12. Sundays 9-1 ; per yd, I

Cecil Warren, Recreation II I

Director Easter Egg, reports Hunt was last a year's huge Installed Wall to Wall in Your :

success and over 3,000 candy PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE Home "
eggs were found by the happy WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTY_ : '
youngsters. Get your baskets t CUSTOM MADE LOW PRICE I INCLUDES: ':, \--V-: :

ready to Join in the fun on Eas- PLASTIC FURNITURE I. CARPET ;;! ';I i .
ter Sunday in South Miami.DENTURES. \: '

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When dentures Irritate gums, apply 'Paten
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gum pain In sec. Formerly Gretchen-Nicholas Plastic Cover
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26 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 29, 1968

Pepper ill I Would Improve Veterans' Burial Benefits I Open 7 Days-8 A.M. to 10 P.M.

The Best For Less At
, WASHINGTON, D. C.,- for veterans to $400, which veterans cemeteries is becoming report.
Legislation to "r e s t or e the $100 would be reserved for acute," Pepper warned -
?, true and intended significanceof payment toward gravesite He pointed out that his bill Pepper quoted president
the t1 m-honored burial for those benefit to millions veterans' cemeteries. A burial allowance dent's program in this field, report: "Our government and
| families" was introduced this would not be deniedto as stated in his Congressional our people have no greater ob-
' week by Congressman Claude any veteran'because of the message last January,'as wellas ligation than to as sure that
Pepper (D.-Fla)., existence of any other' burialor the recommendations of the those who have served their
Pepper, who has long foughtfor f death benefit.: recently released U. S. Vet- country and the cause of free-
full burial benefits for vet "The shortage of space in erans Advisory Commission dom will never be forgotten."

erans, said his measure would

provide grounds veterans'in each cf burial the 50 Black Business To Be Left Out Again? I

States. It would also re-open -
Arlington National, Cemetery : "Unless the newHousingand to know is where our Negro tional Urban Development
:; to all eligible veterans as Urban Development Act of contractors andentrepreneurs Foundation specifically aimedat
well as bring order to the vet- 1968 (S3029)) Is specifically and the urban minority involving the indigenous
erans' burial system which amended to provide Negro worker are going to get Jobs population in rebuilding their
Pepper said "has fallen into small business and workers and contracts out of it. Right ghettos to operate under Title
disarray" with'a "piece of the action"in now Section 409 and title IX IX's "partnership" pro-

A member of the important rebuilding their ghettos," leave him so far out that we visions; ((4)) identification and OVER 40,600 CARS SOLD
House Committee on Rules, charged Berkeley G. Burrell, are forced oppose this bill." Involvement of both actual and
president of the National potential minority busi-
Pepper recently helped push MUNICIPAL AUTO SALES AND SERVICE
through the Rules Committeea Business League, "We may "To remedy the bills' defi- ness capability "This time
change which granted,)jurisdiction have an urban |guerilla war ciencies, Burrell proposed 1)) around we can't afford to be FLORIDA'SAUTOMOBILE
over all veterans fare commission in 1969-70." abolishing or radically modifying other than radically effective"in

cemeteries to the House Vet- bonding requirements; providing better ways into
erans Affairs Committee. He (2)) A Small Builders Develop- the economic system for the
urged that similar unified con- "The present bill already has ment Fund to operate like the excluded. "Entrepreneurshipstimulation
trol in the management of the the Davis Bacon Unionman insurance pool proposed by thePresident's programs are our SUPERMARKET!
written into it and Senator business in the League and we
programs be vested in one Advisory Com- AS ADVERTISED ON TELEVISION!
governmental agency,the Vet- Kennedy is trying to write mission Panel on Insurance in are ready to help in every way THI CAR YOU IUY TODAY
erans Administration. General Motors in.What want RiotProne Areas, (3)) a na- we can." YOU DRIVE HOMI TODAY
" Pepper noted that at present -

four agencies control the BETTER BUICK
500 CARS!
I. cemeteries in which veterans
> may be interred as a matter AND OPELBARGAINS ,' 'x

,;, of right. Under his bill only AT: OP 15 YEARS-SAME LOCATION!
the famous monuments and
: j I' tombs function would not be fill 1 ALWAYS HUNDREDS OF 1955's
i under the V. A. THRU 1968's TO CHOOSE FROM
1 The Pepper bill would direct THI HOMI OP THI ORIGINAL 100% 6UARANTIC..
the Administrator of Veterans .... .. ..... ....
Affairs to conduct,without delay -
a study of methods of providing MUNICIPAL AUTO

burial grounds for all SAIE&
veterans convenient to their
f I
I I homes. Veterans cemeteries
would be established in each

such location as designated 3061 N.W. 36th St.
the Veterans Affairs Commit-
" tees.Another provision would increase ENTIRE 2300 BLOCK S.W.8th ST. HI 4-1661 1:00: A.M.; TO I 10 P.M.

the burial allowance Open Mon., Wed., Fti. 'til 9 p.m. and Tues., Thurs., Sot 'til 6 p.m. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK


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2 door
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" $202700Plus $154200Plus $1858Plus

$200 Cash or Trade $200 Cash Down or Trade $200 Cash or Trade

TAG SALEcontinues 36 Months at $66.29 36 Months at $49.96 36 Months at $59.79

and our values are even greater be-

cause we're tearing down, expanding rebuild. 50% OFF USED CARS I Ip

ing -- and those great, new '68 Ford cars

are getting in the way. If you can stand the trim here's a hard to find "66" ECONOLINE factory er luggagerackWSW-WHL.
special. Was$1595.Now$1188 Covers silver blue with mat-
equiped camper folding roof
muss, and fuss and inconvenience, you'll do refrigerator sove table ching trim a economical

your bank account a big favor. But don't worry "64" CHEVOLET Belair4dr. sleeps 5 or 6 -auto transmission family buggy. Was $1595.Now

when you sit down to talk trade our Wagon V-8 Auto factory air heater curtains still $1288. i
pow steering radio heater. under
factory warranty.
will dust off the chair.
"61" CHEVOLET 9 people
lt. t 4 WHL.Covers white Original cost over $4000.Now
with blue trim must be seen $2688. wagon Economy six-auto pow.
Was $1395. Now $1088. stg. real clean blue with

"66" GAL-500 4 dr. V-8 auto matching trim. Was$995.Now

;\, :::1 "67" CORTINA 6T 2 dr, Hipo factory air pow. steering $588.
: f : engine 4 spd trans. raido - auto heater WSW WIlL
WHEN THE SALE IS DONE heater WSW Burgandy with covers candy apple red witha 't .f.;
FRED MILTON black inter ior.Wash$1895. white similated roof '\
vinly "
WE HAVE JUST BEGUN Salesman Now$1388. Was $1895. Now $1588. .

.. "67" MUSTANG 2 dr. HDTP I
"66" FALCON FUTURA 65" MUSTANG 2 plus 2-289
289 V-8 auto air
RNCHERO289-V-8AUTO V-8 4 spd. trans. radio -
pow. steering radio heater
WSW WIlL Covers black
-W rangoon red with mzrshmel-
roof lime bottom
vinyl gold
TRIM ,- NEW CAR low white. Bucket seats -
black buckets. Now
MON. WED. & FRI. TILL 10:00: $2488. Was$2995. WARRANTY FROM 15,000 sharpe all the way.Was$1995.

WSW WHL. Covers heater SHARP. WAS $1995. NOW "64" BUICK Special 4 dr.Wa- JOHNNY HAYES
white with beige matching $1688. HURRYI goa v-6 auto radio -heat Salesman

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 29, 1968 27

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ARD BRIEfS -- .a9.J..." "-..I'", EMS .,-.

L_ By R. LUTHER BRAYBOY, SR. : ; .21 lAUDER ,. 0 v3iMNLA

Like it or not,this entire space will be devoted to VFW Post -
8195 on their 7th AnnlversaryDanceatthe"Elks Club" In Ft. .
Lauderdale. The Skirt and Shirt Savings Club held its Annual Fashion $2498
Commander Folia Boyd, and Quartermaster Walter Bowe Extravaganza on last Sunday, Much 24, at the beautiful Most
were honored with plaques denoting their outstanding and Club of Pompano Beach. The models were; Mrs. Martha Pink- Mash Only
devoted service to the post. These two men were always the stonMrs. Ruthie Lee Beaver, Mrs.Nora pearl Wiggins, M r fi.
most outstanding men In the post.The awards pointed out their Helen Walker, Mrs. Effie Van, Miss Fannie Van, Miss Joan DUMAS sfI- 7
continuous service. Never missing a meeting and always on Adams, Mrs. Llllie M. Lewis, Mrs. Ola Mae Matthews, Miss
hand to carry out whatever might occur under the heading of Lillie Martin, Mrs. Juanita Woods, Miss Joan Farrow, Mrs. MILNER 4181 S.W. 8th ST.
post activities. This writer salutes Comrade Bowe and Com Claude Morgan, Rubin Pratt,Waller Holmes,and George Mor- Phone 444-3566
mander Boyd for the wonderful job they have done as a public gan. Mrs. Ola Gay and Mr. purcell Houston were sensationalas
service to our community. commentators. The members most of whom reside in Fort LISTEN FOR OUR SPECIALS ON WMBM -
Lauderdale are; Mrs. Willie B. Allen, Mrs. Pinkie Collier,
Notes on a long fingernail. .A salute to you wonderful peo-
who made this event the that It Mrs. Lorine Folson, Mr. Clifford Ponder, Mrs. Susie Robin-
ple success was . Leo and STAY IN SCHOOL
son, Mrs. Addie P. Mathis and Mr. L.C. Wiggins. Among the
Dot Stoor were there . I sipped at their table . believeit
or not, post 8195 is the only truly integrated post in the USA guests attending were; Mr. Earl Lawrence of Sterling Men's
of 5620 Dawson Wear and Mrs. Sue Philbrook of Haber's Department Store. BE
Tommy Taicrry St. West Hollywood,and John READY.
Mr. Charle Smith of ..
Lauderdale and former Instructor -
400 SE 23rd St. Ft. Lauderdale
Payne, are white men of skin
but brothers to us all . Phil and Josie Thomas were there of Karate Classes at the Northwest Branch YMCA won the
. Future Commander Covington of Opa-locka along with United States Karate Championship Sunday, March 24,at
James Lucas, Marie Miller from the Opa-lockapostand aux- North Miami Auditorium. Mr. Smith and his partner held the

iliary . Gloria Davis .. Josephine (Joe) Stubbs . Way- weekend audience performances.The at the Most. Supper Club spellbound during their -.-. .
man and Ann Thomas ..UlyssesUeiyand I Roberta . Mar-
garett Daltow . Miss Irma Jackson . George and Mrs.
Scott.Leroy and Ann Glover . Clev Glover and Sadie . public is cordially invited to attend the Easter Sunrise
services to be held April 4th, at the Sweeting Estate located SUPER SOUL TOP 40
Patricia Glover . Bernice Hendricks .. Al Bryant making
2148 NW 4th St., Ft. Lauderdale.The will be delivered
message -
photods . John Thomas J. Fanny Well . Atkin and Mrs.
Harrell . Afred and Pat Harris . Evelyn Ft. Lauderdale by Reverend Shef H. Hunter, former pastor of Mount Her-
. Ronald Nielly. .. Reeta Nielly . Patricia Hall. . man AME Church Rev. Ivory Mizell will introduce the distin-
guished speaker. The services will be held in the Sweet- 1. La La Means I Love You The Delfoics
Clark V. Coieds . Audley and Thelma Sears . Fran new 2.1 Thank you Sam & Dave
Ing Museum. Music selections will be rendered the Dillard
Stevenson . Ellen Sears... Deputy Brewer . Lelia Hart by
3. Since been Aretha Franklin
High School Chorus under the direction of Mrs. Rhoda Snead. you've gone
. Horace Fox . Martha Fox . Mark Strong of American The program also includes solos by Miss Brenda Brown and 4. The dock of the bay Otis Redding
Legion Post 220 .. Mrs.Willie Mae Richardson, pert as
Mr. 5. If you can Smokey and Miracles
Beauregard Cum m i n g s. Breakfast will be served to all
always Mr. Leroy and Mildred Coleman .TheCharmettes those attending the program. Watch for the date of the official 6. Next time Johnney Taylor
. Bob Dinklns . Joseph and Ann Sirmans Gola Simmons opening of the Sweeting Museum. 7.1 think r m falling in love Betty Swan
. Arthur Wilson..Oscar Reid. . Woodrow and Ella Mae 8. The time The Verrations
Rambo . Angelia Wallace... Alonzo and Dot Stevenson. . Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Stokes of 1011 NW 9. The end of our road Gladys Knight Pips
Ruth Wright. Willie and Bessie Wright. . Edythe parrish Sixth Street, Fort Lauderdale. They are the proud parents of 10. I wish it would rain The Temptaions
. Bobbie Owens of Pioneers . James Brown . Randy a bouncing baby boy.
and Maxine Alford...Robert and Melionese McCoy .. Mark The Elks Club of Fort Lauderdale begins grooving on Fri- 11. Funky street Arthur Conley
and Allie Dukes. Miss Harwickpresident of Awarders Clubof day, March 29 when the Club 10 ladies of Hallandale sponsora 12. There Is The Dells
Hallandale . Marge Bishop, secretary, charmetts . dance. Ou March 30, the Broward Modern Cosmetologists 13. Take time to know her Percy Sledge
Liz Jackson . James Raiford .. Johnny Raiford . The will sponsor a dance beginning at 10 p.m. and Sunday, March 14. Ten Commandments Peaches and Herb
Trotters of Hollywood . Wilbur and Rose Arnold . That 31 the Broward Secretarial Association will sponsor a Fash- 15. I got a sure thing Olie & Nightingales
wonderful and very charming Mildred James, a truly dedi- ion Show and Dance 16. To the one I love Brenda & Tabulations
:ated person to any worthy cause. . Many thanks to my good 17. I guess that don't makeme
friend of many years W. C. Baker for a superb: evening of a loser The Brothers of Soul
danceable music... Phil Cooper trumpet is out, and I mean 18. You can run Ruby Andrews
out! The guy is great. Many: thanks to Mr. George Charlton Jackson's Toddle Inn 19. Cowboys to girls The Intruders
Manager of the Elks Club for patience with a capital P" . 20. The Impossible dream The Heasations
Jim and Mary Wiggins . Punch and Coara Hughly . PRESENTS
Ulysess Kelly . Mrs. Sarah Washington. Miss Dona Mills 21. Who can I turn to Jimmey and Louise Tig
visiting i from Selma, Alabama . Mrs. Cora Hughley and tt ':iQ 22. Scoobie Do Calvin Arnold
daughters dining at the New England Oyster House in Ft. Laud- xrnutt as 23. A new star The Dri
erdale . Miss Yvette Gray, daughter of yours truly and 24. Big fanney The Dixie Drifter
Mrs. Brayboy, home on spring vacation from Florida A&M . AN EASTER DRAMA 25. Tighten up Big John Hamilton
Mr. Virgil Johnson, son of Carrie and the late Virgil (Choo 26. Hate yourself In the Archie Bell & The Drells
Choo) Johnson of Florida A&M, home on spring vacation. Mr. morning Steve Mancha
7 1968
Ross cool as always but still having a ball. Sunday, April 27. Love is all right Cliff Nobles
Your times is as near as my telephone, 981-2127. 28. That's when I guessed William Bell
Thats thirty for this time till next time buy the Times.I 3:30 p.m. 29. This is my story Clarence Frogman Henry

B-CC Receives Grant From 31. Pm not gonna give up Eddie Hollman
ST. PAUL INSTITUTIONAL CHURCH 32. I don't want to loose you Barbara Mason

King Edward Tobacco Co. 33. Never get enough of Oscar Toney Jr.
1876 N.W. 51st STREET your love
Bethune Cooknun College from Mr. Carl S. Swisher, a 34. Does your mama now Bobby Taylor & Vancovers
I received a grant of $200.000. King Edward TobaccoCom- about me
pany Executive from JacksonVille 35. Your love's not reliable Fern Kinney
and a member of the ; {: ';" 36. Just touch of your hand Al Gardner
Carver Board of Trustees of Bethune- DIXIE BUILDING ; 37. Big boy Jackson Five
Cookman College. 38. Now where to run The Witches & Warlocks
Ranches Dr. Richard V. Moore an- r t'I' MAINTENANCE. : ".. 39 Show me the way to go Gene Chandler Barbara
nounced this week that the new I
40. Somebody new The Emotions
named "The
library will be
News Carl S. Swisher Library" in
By Walter Bow i honor of the donor.The library
Funky walk part (1&2))
will cost an estimated $850- Dyke & the Blazers
The deacons and deacon- 000 and is to be b u il t at Bethune
esses ofEbenezer Baptist, -Cookman College on Time LOCAL TALENT Local talent

Rev. 0. W. Foster,pastor,are land acquired through the recent Do Right man Little Beaver
rendering services on the fifth Urban Renewal Develop- Never missed a love Jerry Jones

Sunday, at 3 p.m. The Rev. ment Program.In Our SpecialWe / / Mr. Lucky Betty Wright.
Love will be the guest speaker. June 1966 BethuneCookman -
VFW Post No.8195 Is thank- College received a fed- SUPER SOUL
ing all its friends and all the eral grant$118,643 from the Will" Clean 5:00 7 a m. Rev. Ira McCall Gospel.
clubs that helped to make its Higher Education and Facilities 7:00 10 Horace Straws R & B **
7th Anniversary ball a suc- Act of 1963 to be included 1000 2 China Valles R & B
cess. Thanks also to VFW Post in the library funds. 30 sq. yds. Carpet 2:006 Ernie Fields R & B i
6:0010 Donny Gee R & B
5693 and the Ladies Auxiliary The new building will have
from Opa-locka; Comrade space for 150,000 volumes according (Average living room, dining room & hall) 10:00 12 C. T. Taylor R & B

Jimmie Lucas, and Mrs. to Miss Martha M. 12:00 1:30 Peppie Fields TALK
in 30 Minutes 1:30-5 Jimmy Griffin R & B
Marie Miller whorepresentedthe Berhel, Head Librarian of Be- Carpets Dry
Ladies Auxiliary. Many thune-Cookman College. The -------------------------

thanks to the W.C.Baker Band present building has 52,000 Newest Method Super Soul! Coupone
which gave a fine performance volume in space built for 30- Carpetron
Monday' night at the Elks Lodge 000 in 1947.Construction.
in Fort Lauderdale. is scheduled to following are my selections for Super Soul Top Ten

Women who have husbands, begin October 19, 1968. All Work
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ORIOLES ON THE MOVEAs a' .-'.'.,.1i'"n :i,! ,,-i. BY LEO ARMBRISTER Over f

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I have been mentioning all along, if their pitching holds q\ k .'. :
out, the Orioles will be hard to beat. So far in the last three do
games they had one run scored !
against them, they shut out the '
Detroit Tigers, New York Yankees and held the White Soxs to WASHINGTON, D. C. The national capitol, the birthplaceof
one run. If this isn't superb pitching, what is? So far only one decisions that sometimes change the course of the universe,
injury to the pitching staff, jimmy palmer, this outstanding was the scene of the United Golf e r s Association Midwinter
pitcher has a sore arm which sent him to the minors last year. Conference, decisions were made, constitutions amended,
Starting out this year, he pitched five shutout innings allowing rules regulated, business transacted, but most of all delegatesfrom
three hits. This was good in any mans book. We hope he gets more than half of the fifty States were there with repre-
well soon. Frank Robinson is leading the team in batting up to sentation and had a good time together mapping plans for the
the present time. The most versatile player on the team is forth coming tournament to be held in the world capitol in Au-

Curt Blefary who has played left and right field, first base and gust 1968.
catching. They are also making him the lead off man. All in The theme of the convention Promote Our Youth" was well
all I am looking for the Oriolesto be right back in the running taken and when the plans for this program Is incorporated to
game. After seeing all the home exhibition games, there is nothing its fullest extent, there will be a great push towards the top ''
to stop mo from thinking that way. They have shown me 1 for Negro golfers in this land of plenty for all. ,
they had no business winding up tied for sixth place last year Among the appointments that President Max Stanford hand 1!
This year could be a different story. ed out was one to your reporter,as president of the Southeastern

Orioles have another good weekend of baseball coming up, District, which encompasses the states North and South
this will be your last chance to see them in action because Carolina, Alabama Georgia, and Florida.

they travel north for the opening season which starts, April ,
9. The schedule for this week is: Orioles vs the league lead- .jtt.; '..,tll ,;.t.U
ing Boston Red Sox, Friday, March 29, at 8 p.m. Saturday,
March 30 and Sunday March 31, Orioles vs Pittsburgh Pirates, Called by some sports writers. "The No. 1 Quarter BOOST BY SIGNING CRAIG CURRY
at 8 p.m. Sunday, at 2 p.m. and April 3 the last game here of backing prospect in the south/'Craifc Curry the Carol
spring training, Orioles vs the highly improved Washington Gables All-Star Quarterback, signed a University of Athletic ability is finally blossoming into its own;at last an
Senators, who are on top of the grapefruit league at present Miami football grant-in-aid scholarship Wednesday athlete can play to best of his ability and know that the recog-
game time. For reserved seats call 635-5395. nition that he deserves will come to him, in short his talent
night. This will make him the third Negro on the foot-
Your sports writer was right again on his prediction that ball team of the University.The will be rewarded according to his capabilities, race, creedor
Craig Curry would sign with the Hurricanes. Some timo backI 6-3, 170-pound unassuming, soft spoken star, is color of skin having no bearing;true this Is still the excep-
wrote this in column. reared and tion rather than the rule, even so the drafting of several top-
my by his grand parents, Mr. Mrs. Carey P.
notch athletes from our local communuty by the University of
Bentley, with whom he lives on Florida Avenue,Coconut
FLORIDA DERBY TOMORROWA Grove. His mother is Mrs. Mae Ella Purvis, who Miami has placed the hand writing on the wall with indelibleink.
also lives in the Grove.
scintillating array of talent will be in the lineup when the Curry's signing ended speculations as to which of the It was gratifying to learn that the University of Miami men
Florida Derby is run at Gulfstream Park March 30. scores of colleges will be lucky enough to receive this tors were more alert in the case of Craig Curry than they were
Since the $100,000 mile and an eighth test for threeyearolds much publicized athlete. But when The Miami Times with Carroll Williams, a standout with Carol City High, a few
was first run at Gulfstream in 1952, the Florida Derbywas interviewed young Curry last January he confided that seasons ago, now it is expected that the University will not be
able to nail down each athlete that shows the
proved one of the nation's outstanding Thoroughbred attractions his selection of universities leaned toward Miami. He prospective on
scene they all be but there will be who would
and has produced an amazing record of displaying had suspected that his grandmother would prefer to ; may some
not fit the however to see them utilize the
purpose; privilege
potential champions.The have him attending school near home, even though she
a sign of
one-two runners in the Florida Derby in this period wanted Craig to pick his own school. progress.
have included three horses which gained Horse of the Year The schools most actively in search for Curry were
honors. That illustrious trio is composed of Nashua, Bold Ruler .. Colorado, Wisconsin, and Minnesota thought she had it "200" BOWLERS IN THE EXCELSIOR LEAGUEW.
and Sword Dancer. in the bag. That's why Craig said Tuesday night, "I
Jones showed the way in the Excelsior League this past
Five other three-year-olds went on from the Florida Derby, want Met University of Minnesota know the first thing week with a ((225200612 get; falling short of the'charg
since 1953, have accounted for six victories in the Kentucky in the morning that Fm not going there." were Dennis Peak (213 205)), OswaldSmith 212-201, Sam mid'
Derby, seven in the Preakness and four in the Belmont. The Curry will be the second Negro on next year's fresh Stewart 211-202 and George Walker. 211-201. |
record shows that in the Triple Crown races, Derby money man team, as the Hurricanes have already signed Tom Others with the charm 200 and over gamo were: James Wilf
horses have picked up additional seconds and third on 28 oc- Sullivan, a halfback from Jacksonville Beach Fletcher. Hams 221, Sam Daniels 214, James Goins 210, G. King 2051

casions. They will play with the present Negro freshman player, Wright 205, Jas,Mitchum 204, Ernest Hayes 203, Crumbly 201
Last year reflected Glory and In Reality were regarded as Ray Bellamy, who is already a good friend of Craig. Lowry 201, Frank Southland 201,C We Young 200,Lindell Wil-f
the top pair of three-year-olds campaigning In Florida in the Hams 200.
Florida Derby. In Reality showed brilliant form in victory as

Reflected Glory finished seventh. CountyWideTrack
Thus Frances A. Genter's clot left Florida with a claim to

leadership of the division. He finished the year being ranked MeetScheduled Tt
third nationally, surpassed only by Damascus and Dr. Fager.In .

Reality's Florida Derby victory was accomplished under r yk ;
Earlle Fires with Biller second and Reason to Hall third. In k

Reality wis runnerup to Damascus in the I Preaknes among '
The Recreation Division of
other noteworthy victories, scored in the Jersey Derby. Metropolitan Dade County ; _ _

LEW ALCINDOR STARS WITH UCLALew Park and Recreation Department ; 't
will conduct a county-
A1 1 c 1 n d o r had little trouble the second time around to
wide track and field meet at s
beat Houston 101-69. He has another year to go with UCLA. Miami-Dade Junior College- ;'! 1 5 4
There is no telling how great he will be next year. Althoughhe
South 11011 SW 104
didn't perform this alone, he was the star. Alcindor aver- Campus, ? 1 ..... .
St., April 6, 9 a.m. Approximately - .
aged 26.2 points and 16.4 rebounds. He was coted the NCAA 200 5th through 9th
tournament and received special praise
outstanding performer
grade boys and girls, who have
from Los Angeles Laker Coach Bill Van Breda Koliff, "that won local area contests held f
boy is terrific," said the coach. previously at their local a

neighborhood parks,will com- r t
pete for medals and ribbons in t, 4y -IL_
ELVIN HAYES SPEAKS OUT this sports event sponsored .1L

annually by the Metropolitan e
Instead of competing in the Olympics for glory, Elvin Hayes Dade County Park and -Recre-
has changed his mind and wishes to play for the national bas- ation Department. The publicis RECORDS SET AT FAMU SPORTS CARNIVAL Florida A&M University set re-
ketball association for the sum of $300,000 over a three year invited to attend this all day cords in the 440 and 880 relays in the 18th annual FAMU Sports Carnival recentlywith

Period. He says he does not wont to be a failure to his parents. meet. times of 40.1 and 125.4 respectively. (l-r) James Ashcroft, Eugene Milton, Major

For further information you Hazelton, Nathaniel James and coach Bobby Lang.
may contact Mr. Herb Jacob-

Merchants who advertisein son trict,,Central 226-8881.Recreation Dis- fAMU Sweeps 18th Sports CarnivalJor

REGISTRATION BOOKS TALLAHASSEE. Florida Haze 1 t 0 n, Nathaniel onds flat by Kent Schoolfield.
The Miami are A&M University '.\ clean James, and James Ashcroftput Johnson C. Smith Universityset
ARE BEING PURGED. sweep ofthe'18tharinualsportscarnival on their finest performance records In the mile relay

telling they appreciated recently taking firstplace since they started run ((3:17.5)), and in the mile run
you ARE YOU PROPERLY honors In track, base ning together as the 440 and ((4:26.2)).
ball, tennis, and golf. 880 relay team two years ago
oino business with REGIS TERED ????? In track and field, the Rat- as sophomores. In the 440, Schoolfield also won the 120
tlers yard high hurdles, and madean
literally ran away from they ran a 40.1, one,and five
their opponents exciting run as part of the
racking up tenth second faster thanJohn-
you. They are courteous, nine first places, six second son C. Smith University who Rattler mile relay team for his r
places, and four thirds for a came In second. In the 880 relay finest Sports Carnival perfor
where total of 64 points to 38 for theirclosest they set another record ,mance. Elvin Bethea of A&T
dependable. Shop ELF SLICK BLACK competitor, AfcTState with a winning time of 1.25. State University of N. C. was
\ 1 DOUBLE ACTION University of Greensboro, ''Other records set by FAMU voted the meets outstanding ,
appreciated! /COLORS CRAY HAttHAa N. C. Included: high jump 6-83/4by athlete. Bethea won first
you are 2 DRESSES HAIR IN PLACE Relay records were shattered Kenneth Brown and the 440 Intermediate places In the shot put(53')and
f Y Y as Eugene Milton, Ma- hurdles In 54 sec the discus throw ((168'-3").


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\,\I' son brought 140.0 newseasonal porte, $495 down. .,$95 pays all, .' ,

_ ( jobs into existence this
.4 G ______ i month," Harry L. Tyson, ((3)) 1925 NW 81st St. 3 bedroom CBS, car-
Metropolitan Area Supervisor porte, $300 down, $99 pays all.
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establishments, keep the
nonfarm wage and salary employment ((5)) 3391 NW 178th St. 3 bedroom CBS, car-

at 409,000 workersfor port, many extras. $350 down, $97 pays all.
February 1968 and matched -

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::: / into the U. S. Marine corps are these five officials/ of the Montford Point ment dipped slightly, due to a FORD REALTYINCf Brohr

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currently the nation's only Negro national veterans group. From left are Joseph Car transportation equipment

penter, president, Washington, D. C. (host) chapter; Sol Griffin, Chicago, national manufacturers group, in the
40':: I public relations director; Lt. Col. Kenneth Berthoud, vice-president, D. C. chapter, twelve month comparison,

and one of the senior Negro officers in the Corps; Atty. Arthur Early, Philadelphia, durable goods by 500 workers.producers The increased CARLTON REALTY'Broker

national president; and Frank Brown, secretary, D. C. chapter. The celebration will garment and related 1 indus-
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HALLANDALE CBS, tile roof, front and back porches, sprinkler
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bargain at $11,000 with $350 down and $68.31 mo. CBS, 2 BDRM, 1 bath, tile rf, vynl Jlrs, cpt.,
BE YOUR OWN LANDLORD bargain $10,900, $1,000 down, $70.00 mo. pays all.
B NO 'QUAUFYING' ,$8t'DOWN .:- \WVE Itd! "',
$300 Down $81.41 LOVELY HOME LOVELY AREA, 3 bdrm, 1
(\\f.Pr" tirtorgerhouier.; : aluminum' \ .siding, awnings' bath, must see. $12,400, $1,000dwn.$105 mo.pays all
3 Units (CBS) Only $9500 ( u.sts r: + windows. ,. .stoyc.' 'refrigi ,f Prlcj* only .'

CHANCE OF A LIFETIMEWA $6_ ':OOOwlth't$80'dowJt"and'$75 11'" ....n.-"I.. .. (' -.'.....h. . r. month I > .,'.;.':",,*"... '- THIS houses IS on A lot. $200 Two-2 mo.bdrm income., 1 bath$13,500, CBS,,

$1,500 down, $125 month.
3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, large corner lot, carport, BUYS
* * * * * *
gas heat, jalousie windows, stove, refrigerator,
air conditioner sprinkler system. Bargain at TUNE IN TO JON CARLTON in the Real Estate
; 9200 NW LITTLE RIVER DRIVE $13,500 FHA, $350 down and $84.35 month. (Our Corner, WMBM, 1490 KC, Friday 3:00 p.m. and
Opa-Jocka phone number is 624-3666)). 9:00 p.m. Get Real Estate information and callto
GORGEOUSEXECUTIVE- . ., TYPE '' see the homes. .
'Most beautiful bedrooms, 2 baths, Fla room, |0. i\ NO OUALIFYING-MOVEIN{! :. "*. ;r ;. :.

MOST MODERN KITCHEN, built-in oven and CBS,,3.bedroomsj r large':.enclosed( front, ,''porch','dinyinPro'om $: -....:
range, built-in refrigerator and freezer. Cen ,;garage.:\ Near Sh Shadbwlawri! Elementary.kSchool'at'47th' ( ,; King Realty Inc. of Miami
tral air and heat. Garage. EXTRA LARGE Terrace near, NW lit A"t.Price) is;; ' ,
$$12,500'with"' $600 down. No' 'ted. 'Opt.'tMove J in I"! } Size 8000 NW 7th
3 bedroom CBS, new area in Opa-locka, jalousie KINGDOM '
Open House Sunday 1 to 5 p.m. windows, stove, refrigerator, large lot. Bargain at
$10,500, $300 down and $65.43 month, FHA. (Our CALL

FORD REALTYINC. Broker Opa-locka number is 624-3666)). .- 693.2881

3639 NW 15th Ave. 635-4595 fct. .NO;.QUALIFYING_ I'MOVE: ,IN3'bedroom w .. "
CBS'o, ,9.\J.\ St,'& ))5th3.AvehTile roofl.
fancedyaidbar, .q'woll, to wflJIcarpetlng' stover, I
freffigerotor, 'central; heat 4 lalr' :Conditioners, ,'
Attention puce$14b00$1OO.down';,; over FHA: i.
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Modern 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS in new ar.a.2 5421 LITTLE RIVER BLVD

NOW FOR THE FIRST TIME KITCHEN RE- car carport, tile roof, reverse cycle air conditioner Beautiful 3 bedroom, Fla room, garage, carport,
MODELING IS AVAILABLE TO YOU jalousie windows. FHA bargain at $13,000 stove, refrigerator. FHA terms.
$400 down and $80.82 month. I
-,1; WF'' AVE'-MANYrMdI R E I" IOM'EB' 'b;.;r:F, ,! 1042 NW 45 STREET
4 bedroom, 2 bath beauty. Fla room, FHA terms.
and :
Design planning by our experts--Full coordination YOU.CAN BUYyANYOF 0I1RF11A: -ii M fF'oRlI

by our staff using your plumbing, ,$100 DOWN IF YOU;:ARE A'YETOR. ";BEING" '.J..o'f: 1050 NW 91 STREET

electrician, and other labor if desired. !t DISIM/ACEDV M- ..ijr i*w"; -> ,.*:>'ND**. 'J- f" YOU*' CAN' ..QUALIF, . ": :.' kli Lovely 2 bedroom, 2 bath. Cravera Lakes area.
See this. It's a steal!!

HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS AND HAVE A SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT!!! Doll house, beautiful kitchen. Ideal for retired
Newest styles in formica covered cabinetsand 16000 NW 27th AVENUEIn
counter tops. ( 27th Ave. Shopping Center) (1789 NW 93 TERRACE
624-3666 Open 7 Days! 2 bedroom cutle. Built-in range and oven. 7 years

We will also help you purchase appliancesat new. Great terms.BEAUTIFUL .
discount prices. .'. "" '.,, .:;.\. rU.. ;!'" ,..; i t'"irj
T 1391 NW 45 STREET

: 3 bedroom, well, pump and sprinkler, awnings.!
Why Pay Premium Prices? REALTYBROKER Has one bedroom apt. for income. Also garage.;,

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FINANCING AVAILABLE :: : 4932 NW 7th Awe.: : <:;: Well 2 gorgeous, pump and CBS sprinkler.houses on 1 lot. Only $18,500.
Atlantic flooring Co. ,. ,.

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88th bedroom
St. bath,CBS
have cash for cheap shack or OPERATORS
FHA or conventional,carport
15 WORDS OR .LE.SS$1.50. 50"FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD built-in range and over, carport home! 3716728. INGLE NEEDLESINGERALSO

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P.M to best area Our sales- '-
men will be on premises. LOSTA TRIMMER

FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE Fenster Realty, Broker, 759- 1rofgold-rim'm glasses
in a case in the vicinity of 55th Good pay.Year'round work.
Earn $100 weekly while we Overlooking beautiful lake in Steal this bargain! Its a sleeper 8779. Terrace and Miami Interna- ,Equal opportunity 3071

train you to operate our Inter- lovely convenient area, own- Priced below market value Moving. Contents of N. Miami tional Airport.. OX' 1-6105: or S. W. 37th Ave Near Dixie
national Fatherhood of Han- er selling large CBS, custom :No qualifying .'bedroom home sofa, chairs, pair love OX 1-6198. Highway. Direct bus ser-

dicapped Workers stores.You built home with flexible terms. bath, carporte, CBS tile roof. seats, table, lamps, drapes, vice.
must be willing to learn and New, won't last long.Call 754- Hardwood floor, on 82 x 121 rugs, dining room, bedroom, WANTS APARTMENT

invest a minimum of $1,000. 5244 for appointment. corner lot. Total price$10500EZ dinette, TV, stereo, refrigerator 2 single women looking for

This offer is for both men and down $70 month. See and pictures, figurings, almost nice unfurnished, 2 bedroom
women. 621-1400. Terms ar- 2 bedrooms, CBS, hardwood buy to day!Atlantic and Pacific new. Private. Can ar- apartment. Prefer no chUd- MIAMI TIMES

ranged. floors, porch, FHA terms. Realtors 666-0411. range financing. 759-3080. ren. Phone 635-7139. -- ,-
Only $10,500. No closing (Mar. 29))
Lovely modern reconditioned costs. Drive by 4119 NW 23rdA ADS
Like new 2 bedroom 2 bath CBS PLANTS FOR SALE
2 bedroom frame. Very v e n u e then call Fenster carporte beautiful ws roe *
awning patio -
GARDENIAS. $1.50 up. Aimee
reasonable. See to appreciateFor FOK RENTEfficiency
Realty Broker
details call 6911503. 759-9779. landscaped, city water (big bloom) $3. Open Sunday. DRLNGRESULTS
with extra well and pump for Single manor Dee Gardenia Nursery, 633 E. I II 11
1966 AUSTIN Healey Sprite. FHA $250 DOWN $58.76 MO. lawn. Nicely furnished tool! couple preferred call after 5 Ockeechobee Road, Hialeah.

Radio, heater, excellent tires, 2 bedroom and stove, furnished.refrigerator Move right in.Close to school, week days.All day Sunday.De- (Apr.5)

personalized extras. A-1 con- Fenced partly roof and bus and shopping $1900 down posit required. Ph. 759-9665. CAR WASHING-$1.50 I .... ,Ifi I 4a
yard new
dition. Price $1150. 634-2768 $95 month. Seller take back 2400 NW 62nd Street. Little
from 6-9 a.m. and 6-12 mid- newly painted. Near 22nd Ave. mortgage. Must see today]Atlantic Furnished 1 Jimmie Wilson.
Arthur Tubin, Realtor. 7906 and Pacific Realtors mont. .
night. NW 7th Ave. Ph. 691-4785.
666-0411. no children $18 weekly includes TV SERVICE HELP WANTED

NO QUALIFYINGNO NEAR lights, gas, water, City wide 24 hour service
CLOSING COSTS SHORE HOSP. ,1967 CadU lac Convertible.Like waste removal apply 12-2 Saturday Charge it, 6346714. CastleTV. FEMALE
MOVE RIGHT IN new. The only car with 2221 NW 57th St. WaitressesDay
7725 NW 77th TERRACE Tile roof,hardwoof floors,ga- hot and cold running water un- and night shifts
rage. FHA terms $450 down
Greatest bargain in town! Like der the dashboard. Gives all 1 bedroom efficiency REMODELINGRoom available. Need not beexperienced.
$93.01 month. Seller all
pays mixed buttons
by pushing
new 3 bedroom 2 baths. 634-8021 additions ,
remodeling .Will train.
closing costs. Arthur Tubin, Also air conditioned.
lot. Call 235-2958.
Oa corner Realtor, 7906 NW 7th Ave. Ph Will accept highest offer. alterations commercial Liberal fringe benefits.
1 CBS apartment furnished
residential. Free
691-4785. ;
FHA SPECIAL Sickness forces immediate air-condition, patio. Adults e$t ima te s. Allied Builders: Profit sharing plan.
Total $9,800 only $300 down sale. Will also take old car in only. No pets. Small deposit, 446-3288. Parking space avail

and $78.00 a ,month pays all CAROL CITY trade. Private party. 621-1400 working couple only $30 per able.
for this 3 bedroom CBS Fla. MODERN 3 BEDROOM CBS week. 1350 NW 52nd St. CHILD CARE JUNIORS

room, in NW best area near Seller pays all closing costs. Immaculate 3 bedroom, Fla. Mothers, Mothers, I f you are RESTAURANTSSee
schools this will not last it is FHA Terms $300 down and room house. Fully fenced,air- A new efficiency. Everything looking for a clean neat home,
really clean and nice. A. Ben- $78.25 month. Large utilityroom conditioned. Will sell, rent or Involved close to buss top.Call experienced babysitter good Mr. Pete between 9:30
Kori, Realtor 612 NW 60th St. awnings, fenced yard. share with male or female. 693-1182 all day Sunday. food call us pickup and de- & 12 noon, 1 1:30 & 3 p.m.,
call anytime 759-2425. I Near elementary school, Will help finance buyer. 621- livery. 633-2002 or 633-2732 2497 Collins Ave.,Mia. 8ch.
shopping and bus. Arthur Tu'bln 1400.
Nice two bedrooms, CBS Fla.
SPARKING 2 BEDROOM Realtor. 7906NW7thAve.Ph. room in nice neighborhood, Infants d toddlers. Best of

Total $12,500 FHA terms$400 691-4785. 9360 NW 26th Ave. $4400 partly furnished. $25 weekly. care in the home. 635-2893.

down $100 for Veterans 2 bedroom 1910 NW 88th St. $5400 Call 633-1350. (Indef). HELP WANTED
CBS small but really .5630 NW 6th Ave. $5400
nice ideal for starter homedon't BUNCHE PARK Easy Terms! Owner 3716728DOCTORDENTISTLAWYER FURNISHED 1 bedroom apart LEGAL NOTICE: MALE
Seller pays all clsolng costs.' ment. 775 NW 69th St. Elec-
wait on one most Intend to register under fic-
FHA terms $450 down $90.12 adults SaladSandwichGriddlemen
tricity only. -
convenient area to schools thisis titious name act "Ultra -
the kind thats hard to find.A. month. Arthur Tubin,Realtor., or any business, like new mod Room White'" DON LOCKWOOD,
7906 NW 7th Ave. Ph. 691-4785 Call 635-0071.
Ben-Kori, Realtor call any ern, central air-heat office, owner. 2040 NW 17th Street, be
Must experienced. ,
(Mar. 29)) "
time 7592425.NO ,1200-2400 sq. ft. new carpet. Miami Florida. .
160 .. ,
Year round work. Liberal
STREET :very reasonable.See 3321 NW I .' Mar. 29, Apr. 5,12,19 -
QUALIFYING FHA $350 DN. & $71.52 MO 17th Ave. Call 666-2763tosee HELP WANTED fringe benefits,

Little River Blvd. area only Seller pays all closing costs. inside. profit, sharing plan.
$13,200 with $1,800 cash and Modern 2 bedroom CBS. Tile NO CLOSING COSTS Experienced, licensed sham.. 'Parking 'Space avail

$95.00 month pays all for this bath, carport, appliances, Live rent free! Beautiful CBS poo girl for new beauty salonto ::able. '

nice 2 bedroom CBS wall to huge closets, wall to wall car- Duplex, 2 bedroom, bath, open within 2 weeks. 79th FOR SALE
pet, awnings, fencedyard.Arthur St. Caseway area. Call after JUNIORS
wall carpet stove refrigerator carport, on large cor- Large 3 bedroom
Tubin Realtor 7906 NW 6 66955.We RESTAURANTSSee
ner lot tile roof. BarBQuepit. p.m.
you can't beat it. A. Ben-
2 bath. Garage
7th Ave 691-4785. 'Mr. Pete between
Freshly painted
Kori, Realtor, call anytime 1809 NW 41st Street
759-2425. down $96 month. Atlantic and are in need of TV repair 9:30 & 12 noon, 1:30
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH Pacific Realtors 666-0411. men. Experienced or in- LOTS FORSALEJE & 3 p.m. 2947 Collins

OUR BEST BUY CBS tile roof,had wood floors experienced. Even school 8.1340 Ave., Miami Beach

2 bedroom CBS with huge Fla. Florida room,.utility room, 8467 NW 24th Place 2 bedrooms training. Good salary, good .
room carporte like new home air conditioned. Modern built- 1 bath,Florida room, working conditions. 621-1400.
that has been completely redecorated in kitchen including new dish- large patio, FHA total price

hardwood floors washer. Sprinkler system for $7,500$250' down, $64.15 Smart, attractive, unattached NO CREDIT NEEDED NOTHING TO SIGN

ceder lined closets nice back large lot. FHA terms $700 monthly, No closing costs, all gals. Between 21 and 35, to
yard. Real wood burning fire down and $107.76 month. Ar- yours in 15 years. This will represent the International $1095 DELIVERS

place, loads of storage. FHA thur Tubin, Realtor, 7906 NW go fasts see today Aetna Realty Brotherhood of Handicapped 17
terms $13,900 with $450 down 7th Ave. 691-4785. Broker, 811 NW 54th St. Phone Workers. Must be able to drive 21" TV TODAY

and $112.00 a month pays all. 757-5724 7 days. Willing to learn and free to
open Pay $15 More in 30 Days It's YoursLenny's
in the city with all conviencesand NO QUALIFYINGMOVE travel. 621-1400.

very excellent area near RIGHT IN 2025 27 NW 91st St. live
schools. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor Modern 3 bedroom CBS air- rent free gorgeous 1 bed- Experienced operator. Chez T.V. 754-3321

call anytime 759-2425. conditioned 83rd St. near 7th room duplex, always rented, Regis. 6907 NW 15th Ave. 691-

Avenue. Beautiful, quiet FHA $13,700 $450 down, No 5088.

THIS WEEK ONLY neighborhood. $1Ooodownand closing costs, $84.99 monthly.Be .

Beautiful Little River Drive get immediate posession. We your own landlord, hurry, Neat appearing girls for wait-
area house is $19,000 FHA have key. Arthur Tubin,Real- Hurry! Hurry! Aetna Realty ress and dining room. Will

terms with $900 down, and tor, 7906 NW 7th Ave. 691- (Broker), 811 NW 54th St. Ph. train if necessary. Good

$138.00 a month pays all, 3 4785. 757-5724, open 7 days. salary. Apply Delmonico
bedroom 2 bath with extras it Hotel, 6393 Collins Ave. Mi-

won't last. A. Ben-Kori, Realto By owner. Duplex. 2 bedroom 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,No qualifying ami Beach. Phone 865-5786.
r call anytime 759-2425. each side In Hallandale. 717 property freshly painted (Indef.) .

NW 6th St. For Informationcall 75 x 100 foot lot, all elec- A y
LITTLE RIVER DRIVE 691-5453, Miami. (A12)) tric kitchen, fenced yard, Volunteer for ladies auxili- +
3 bedroom 2 baths large eatin dishwasher, carpets, drapes, ary at Opa-locka general hospital -

kitchen Florida room centralair CORNER POOL HOMEBy garbage disposal,downpaymen contract. Mr. Strauss, t;

on the canal, price $22- owner 3 bedroom, 2 bath. from $500 monthlypayments 685-2467. (A-5) .
500 with bank terms will take Hardwood floors, awning win- tailored to your bud-

$5,000 down. A. Ben- Kori, dows, built-in kitchen, all ap- get, this one won't last long, Beck Barber Shop. 6612 NW

Realtor, call anytime 759- pliances awnings, sprinklers, good area. Aetna Realty 18th Avenue.
2425. 2971 NW 162nd st. By appoint (Broker), 811 NW 54th Street) f-

ment. 624-3376. phone: 757-5724, open 7 days. ,

can buy a home with $100 Experienced. Excellent Opportunities -
down and we have some nice LUXURIOUS $100 or more for
ones at this time,also the dis- Tile roof, CBS, hardwood bath LOAN COSTS the right men..Hospitalization' Lease a gas water heater
2 bedrooms, 9000 NW 8th AVENUE
placed in and let floors, and uniforms. Sunset Bottling
person com kit- wall to wall for $2.00 month!
large living room, large Lovely CBS car- a
us show you. A. BenKori, Co 50 West 29th St. Hialeah.
Realtor, call anytime 759- chen In each apartment. Large pets. Llkebrandnew. Must see (Indef.) I e guaranteed to reduce your uttftty btif.
large to
front open porch, appreciate. Allapattah
2425. elf the hot water youTI need.
Cpt 633-0426.
screened rear porch, Realty, ,
patio furnished. 17-35 swim Experienced male plant work- "

Av.No qualifying.2 bedroom 9210 NW 15th pool. Can be used as a fourth Completely furnished duplex.To ers for soft drink Industry. Call Jack Thorne OO XE6m&
1 bath
; bedroom, 2 bath house. Flexi- all cash buyers only $12- Good starting salary with potential r
$1,600 down payment. GAS
ble terms. 000. Drive by 1260 NW 34th increases Immediately
Take over one mortgage. .......,..,r-w-
Drive by, then call Fenster CARLTON REALTY, BROK- St. then call Fenster Realty, Sunset Bottling Co. 50 West MIAMI 2300 BISCAYK I1YD. nt.uuCLASSIFIED

Realty, Broker, 759-8779. ER 693-4772 or 635-3177. 759-8779. 29th St. Hialeah. (Indef.)

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