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I Reti) iriYv s. $//of Causes, NAACP leader Tells Washington; Newsmen IWASHINGTON.

to the political than any other President in our
.-Too many National Press Club here, Armored cars, tanks and Mr. Wilkins warned against Turning
local governments appear benton April 2. automatic weapons are not riot letting "the far-out threats of scene, the NAACP leader history. He has been forthrighton

suppressing racial violence control equipment, he said. a tiny silver of the Negro population hailed president Johnson as racial discrimination in
rather than on devising ways He cited proposed legislation "They are weapons of de- convert our urban com the man who "has pointed the housing, In education, in em.
of removing the causes of the "to absolve,automatical struction and have no place in munities into battlefields, way for the nation to proceedout ployment. He has struck at
outbreaks, Roy Wilkins, exe- ly, law enforcement officers and urban community Irrespective complete with troops,com. of the thicket of racial injustice poverty, the Negro's great
cutive director of the National for any maiming or killing they of the catchwordsand mand posts, general head- and conflict" and who enemy."
Association for the Advance- may do in the course of a dis- the hot rhetoric of would- quarters, deployed weaponry, has been better "in pronouncement Mr. Wilkins answereda
ment of Colored People, told turbance. Such proposals are be provocateurs, we are not at communications centers and and in performance barrage of newsmen's questions
400 of the nation's top news- nothing less than hunting licenses war in our cities.The weaponsof the horrifying war implementsof on America's old and on various aspects of
men In an address before the to kill Negroes." war have no place there." destruction." emotional problem of race civil rights and race relations

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I Republicans Propose Job Program For 300,000 Workers 'Co-op' Education I

Aids Equal EmploymentAUSTIN
WASHINGTON, D. C.- On |the-job training programs and support and tax credits will tinued, "nearly 3/4 of a million -
Thursday, March 28th, one- would provide four times more give employers an incentive to Americans have received t
third of the Republican mem ;jobs than the President has participate and make a legitimate training . 75% of those receiving Texas.. Equal Texas, coordinator of recruit-
bers of the Hose and Senate suggested in his job programs profit that is shared with Institutional traininggot employment opportunity can ment, employment and place-
backed.a new National Manpower ( ." productive employees. A sub- permanent jobs and 90%of move ahead faster and more ment for Humble Oil, emphasized

Act which would provide For Congressman Goodell, stantial portion of the cost of those in 0>the-Job Training. effectively if Congress votesto the value of exapnd-
300,000 new jobs this summer I the new plan is essential because these programs will be returned The new Republican Manpower continue its support of co 1ng "Co-op" programs in
for the hard-core unemployed.The < in his words, "the timeis to the government in Act of 1968 will modernizeand operative-education pro- science and engineering on the

GOP bill was introduc-j out of joint, and so are our taxes paid by people who were re-energize the manpower grams, especially in technical campuses of predominatelyNegro
ed in the Senate by Senators nation's i priorities. We do not formerly too poor to pay taxes programs that have been fields, a U. S. Senate subcom- colleges and universi-
Jacob K4 Javits (R. New York) j propose just to pour money and many of whom wereon starved for funds in recent mittee meeting in Austin was
and Winston L. ProutyR. j into the same old programs. welfare months. If we are to meet the told by a spokesman for ties and also at institutions

Vermont) and in the House by We aim to provide the prime "Under the Manpower: Development challenge of urban deterioration Humble Oil & Refining Com- whose enrollment is primarily -

Representatives Charles E, i need of a poor person: a job and Training Act, and rural erosion must pany.
Goodell (R. New York)and Al- with dignity, fair pay and a future passed with Republican spon- m a k e manpower training a composed of LatinAmerican -

bert H. Quie (R. Minnesota), | The combination of wage sorship in 1962,"Goodell contfl .major national priority." Harry G. Taylor of Houston, students.
Co-sponsores included nearly

70 GOP Congressmen and 12 L : ; 'i'7"' :'c : ; : .},' :." 'I a
Senators f AfricaWASHINGTONNewly:: NudsY Povsrt" W '
The authors told reportersthat J ,', orN.
the new measure is tied I Ito i1fti'J'l'! ,'" ;"_' ..i.,.'.)<' ., .-,;;:.-1.l"1"'1>)':: ,;:.J!'''' _T..: "._'
slicing some $6.5 billion
from low priority Federal : no less essential than it is in
spending programs and plow- emerging African nations will the case of military conflict,
continue to fight wars against President Tubman said.
ing ,back part of the savingsinto
the new The hunger, poverty. disease and
program. ignorance guns and If Liberia had not created its
first cost of the 1rf
year program
bombs William economic
President own development A\
by Senator :
Javits to be around $956 mil V. S. Tub ma n of Liberia declared program the country would '. e- ..(..; :tt
here during a state have no highways airfields
lion of which $664 million
visit to the United States last schools, hospitals, hydro
would be in new appropriationsand : t
week electric stations and other facilities
the balla nee would be in
essential to
revenue loss resulting from Speaking before the National progress,
tax incentives given private Press Club, Tubman said oU.tHowever _
business to shoulder the major African countries continue to _
burden of training and employing make "considerable progress , the country has 1 ';A,
'always been committed to free
the jobless.Javits also along the path of freedom and I(.
enterprize through its Open -
stated that the plan,included Independence," but"obstinate
Door Investment
Policy but it
stepping up the existing on- pockets of tyranny and sup- also supports the concept, of I !,,.-.... .
pression remain. '
regional development and free 'It .

ConservativesTo "I refer specifically to the trade for all of West Africa, .... 'q. +''
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Tubman \ "
emphasized. -t'J
remnants of colonialslm and . !
racism which still blemish (. .'..,'I"i
Aid Negro 'portions of Africa, including Several American firms, J.t ..,..' '.
including LAMCO, B. F.Goodrich
Southern Rhodesia, South and

WASHINGTON, D, C. In West Africa and the Portu- 'Rubber' Co., and Co.,Firestone are among Tire the& NASSAU, BAHAMAS U. S. notables of the Education and World Affairs Council
a major speech delivered in "
guese colonies, Tubman de- ,major j investors in meet Premier Lynden 0. Pmdlmg
Liberia. at
a their
Berkeley, California,California's clared emphatically.In reception in honor at the residence of
GOP Governor Ronald President Tubman was here on the U. S. Counsul General. From left: Sol/ Lnowtz, Ambassador to the Organization

Reagon bid the Conservative the quest for world peace a state visit with President of American States, Turner B. Shelton, U. S. Counsul General; Mr. Pmdling, and for
Johnson.In .
California Republican As- and better understanding, the mer Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara, president-elect/ of the World Bank.

sembly to "take the lead in 'problems of underdevelopment addition to addressing the Americans attending also/ included John D. Rockefeller III and John W. Gardner, for
helping Negroes and other mi- should receive the press club, he attended a State mer Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare. .

norities achieve the dignityand highest priority, the Liberian Dinner at the White House and
freedom (they are) entitled president told approximately was guest of honor at a recep-
to." 500 key newsmen and their tion given by the Liberian Embassy
Rsagan's speech was a result guests in the nation's capital. at the Shoreham Hotel. r: :1.
of several private meet- The President and his party Now atpopular
ings that he had had late in "Consequently, it is no were housed at Blair House, : ;
March with variousNegro comfort to us to be blamed by the official residence for dig

spokesmen from major urban those far better than we, be- nitaries, across the street 100's price. J JT
areas in California."I cause, in their opinion, we from the White House:
have been learning," the have tried to do too'much too
Governor said in referring to quickly," he added significantly Although he was constantly 'aMlkq
these talks, "how our educa- asked what advice he had for .f
tion system has failed Negroes President Johnson on American f-. < B
.. . how they are just passed These underdeveloped racial and political prob-
om grade to grade and grad- African nations need allies lems, the visiting president \
uated without being able to in the wars against poverty and refused to discuss America's

read and write . I have Ignorance, because victory is internal problems. ,I

learned how our economic
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failed to extend the bounty that j SUBSCRIPTION ORDER

is the right of any of our citizens Warn! Times j

." I 6530 NW 15th Avenue Pall
Reagan said the President's | Menthol
Miami Florida
Commission on Civil Disorders j ,

( "accuses us-youandl I, I I Pall Mall Goldin r r

of all of usof white racism" j I Enclosed please find the sum of $5.0U _
l M "It is a stigma we will live J I the ''
to cover the cost of a one year subscriptionto Flat 20's
( with from now on in our communities !

f :and with our fellow { the Miami Times.Mall i
citizens, unless we prove that | crush-proof boxy

they are wrong,"he said.You | Paper To
and I know that many of today's I
problems are the result of

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I'I. 'Negro Sheriff, National Guard f

'I I Retake Juskegee Campus 'I I 1J

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TUSKEGEE, Ala stu- tees of the predominantly Ne- But the soldiers encountered trustees in the building, but
Y dents who seized control of the gro college when word was no resistance and moved they gave no explanation for
Tuskegee Institute adminis- spread that the Guard had been freely onto the campus,as students the action. One student shouted -
t tration hall fled early Sunday mobilized scampered back to their "we'll: hold a press con-
shortly before National Sheriff Lucius A mar( son and dormitories.At ference tomorrow."
Guardsmen moved onto the Police Chief Eugene Harrison, one point, Sheriff Amer- Among the 11 trustees released -
campus. There was no vio- both Negroes, accompaniedthe son told the students; "r m was retired Army Gen.
lence. carbine-a r me d soldiers black, too,r m probably blacker Lucius D Clay, who once
The students earlier had onto the campus; than anyone around here. served as Commander inChiefof
freed Tuskegee presidentL. Mij. Gen. Taylor Hardin, But you're going about this all
H. Foster and several trus- commanding the 700 Guardsmen wrong. Go home now. Break the United States Armed
had orders to "take this up." Forces in Europe andas military -
GIVES $1 MILLIONTO whatever steps necessary" to The students Saturday had !governor of the U.S.;zone _
.' KING free the captives and return seized Dorothy Hall and bar- in occupied Germany from 1947
\ 1 _i 'TiTli CIVIL RIGHTS control of the college to them. ricaded Foster and several to 1949.COCACOLA .

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| ,; tisten to'tae-antrieins'4 .,, {,.< ->Tfi t. ,,:|Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

/ .. .' .: ," ,, ,:, f).; The funds will be distributed I
.,>: ... : ., !; the foundation said,among
; That. extol the\ RieenLorct. ,; :,. ''1 f> \A}.,a few organizations which "In I."I

; : ,.' ':.<:,;:,Dr.purpose King's and own method constant represent and ..YMI I

: Hs! tf>e wondrous Easter 9pr ) .beautiful loyalty to the ideal

, Jof a beloved community united -
'" I' 's in and by justice, nonvio-

;: Lives,:.agam witfvm your fteaft!:,. <5", ; 1 lence and love."
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.." t. I,.,'. ,".. .,,' ,(' ,. ." .,. ',\'" '/ I''..,' .',, ' ;' p, ,'rI' y and Leslie W. Dunbar,
(,1.1\1.. \\; c" ','-. '" "1' ,, ':'1'1;!' ,'jt.'/'' #:'' '.I"'". .'' l1I.jJ' I executive director, the fund-
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J," '-" t" <'4L"" ":," ,.'wt ::>,t.'Hxr, ::'.">',,4> lrh vf 1\t\; q' fSTV I| shame and self-despair, r i'I'
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BLITZ TEAM Five Coca-Cola sales and marketing 'representatives ..
from bottling companies throughout the Southeast held a mass blitz on the
Miami Negro Market this week. Shown in the above photo with Mr. Dave Zachry I
(center scarceVce/) / President in charge Marketing, are from 'left to right (standing) "

Charles Mathis, Macon, Ga. Ezekiel Walker, Savannah, Ga.; Ulysses Studstill ,
.Palm Beach, Fla./ Marshall Gambrell!, Atlanta, Ga.; (seatedFleetwood) Price, Miami,

Fla., and Charles Boone, Atlanta, Ga.; parent company representative !i iI
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The first housing renewal project of the newly formed Dade County Department

of Housing and Urban Development, known as "Little/ HUD," got underway this YI

month in Miami's northwest section. I "; f r THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND!
Designated as Fla.5-20, the low rent project will cost $1S6SOOOandcomprise
total of 96 30 will ________
a apartments in two-story buildings. It be located between NW IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIESA
19th and 21st Avenues, extending north of the FEC railroad tracks to 74th Terrace.

SAC Construction Company president Stanley A. Cohen said the development fleet of cars and collectors/ give door to door service for
should be completed by December 20, 1968. Russell, Melton and Associates are the tenants convenienceA

Participating in the groundbreaking are )from 'left): Lloyd Thomas, SAC Construction community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent
Company foreman; S. J. Ramsey, manager of Scott Homes, an adjacent housing free," furnished and air conditioned foryour comfort and enjoyment.

project now under "Little HUD"; Joe Crossman and Haley Sofge, project manager A public relations department to assist you with your problems.
and director of "Little/ HUD"; James M, Reid, assistant manager of Scott Homes;
Metro Commissioner Harold A. Greene and Stanley A. Cohen, SAC Construction ..... Tenants concern will stop vandalism and reduce the cost of housing.

Company president. Miami-Metro News Bureau photo.


UNIVERSITYOF 4150 NW 7th Avenue 759-8733
14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa.locka MU 8-0617
20848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler RidgeCE 5.3553 ,

portrait of Dr. Mir tin 605 NW 7th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-3357
Luther King Jr.has been plac- Johnsonof
1163 NW 3rd Avenue FR 3-8416
ed on view in the lobby of the rY
University of Miami's Joe and 3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HI 5-1381

Emily Lowe Art Gallery, in 512 NW 1st Ave., Hallandale WA 7-2434
memoriam to the slain nobel
339 Hammondville Rd., Pompano WI 3-2434
peace prize winner and civil MiamiAVOID
rights leader.
The 2x3 foot drawing is the ; HON. L/ L. BROOKS, President
work of Haile Woodruff, lead- THE RUSH
GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager
ing American Negro artist and COME ANYTIME
art professor at New York ORAL ALLEN JR. CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director
University. It is from the private "All I want for Easter from 9 a.m. to 1 10 .

collection of Dr. August my two front teeth." . If I am to enjoy a better life, others must live better too." L. L. Brooks

I. Freundlich, Director of the ,.. ,
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 12, 1968 ----

To Be EqualBy I

Whitney Young, Jr. }+
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Offices 6530NW 15th Ave., Miami, Fla. 33147-Phonet691.0421 Executive Director .
National Urban League :
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor --- -
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor

national Advertising representative MARTIN I LUTHER KING WAS A FIGHTER I

Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. their In the streets. Their actions
310 Madison Avenue, New York, N. Y. 10017 Dr. Martin LutherKing, Jr. was a fighter for equality and anger acts were committed in
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association racial justice -- but he lived in a nation in which racism is his name, but were against his memory.
2400 S* Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 rampant. And so became still another martyr to racism and But he must not have died In vain. We -- Negroes and whites
-- must create a living memorial to his memory. We
have to
ONE YEAR 55.00 SUBSCRIPTION- SIX MONTHS -RATES$3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 hate.We will all cherish our memories of this great man. I recall stamp out the racism that took his life.

marching with him in Selma and in Mississippi, and I worked I fear for this naton. It is divided; it is racist; It lives by
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 the Post and the bullet. A Civil
at the the gun Rights Bill is held
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 closely with him for years. Most of us will always keep up in Con-
memory of his "I Have A Dream" speech at the 1963 Much i gress. A Riot Com-ntssion Report pointing to white racism
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The on and the terrible economic and social deprivations faced
Washington.He .
by Ne-
the world NEGRO from racial PRESS and national believes antagonism that America when can It best accords lead had a dream of a democratic society in which white people i groes as being the causes of our domestic crisis is ignored"Nothing

to every man regardless of his race creed or color his human and Negroes worked together for peace and justice. He had has happened to chang things.
and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man..the Negro a dream of hope and beauty, and he had a vision of what we A white reporter tried to assure me the night of the murder
Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men that the vast majority of whites bear
no 1.1-will
are hurt as long as anyone Is held back.Jiditar' all become when we free ourselves from hate. for Negroes,
But our society is too sick to share that dream, and he was But I told him that that wasn't too problem. The problem is that

brutally struck down by an assassin.We they have no will. They do nothing. They just watch while Negroes
ie s ntebnnh weep for him and for his family. But the pain that eats are beaten, killed, and exploited.Dr.

away at us should not obscure the message he left us. King will not have died in vain if his tragic death moves

He preached non-violence. It was his creed, and he was its Americans from seeing race relations as a spectator sport to

The House of Representatives Wednesday passed sy mbol. It would be a tragic betrayal to turn our backs on this becoming involved in the fight for justice.They've got to fight

and sent to President Johnson for approval a civil philosophy today. His death brought anger and disgust to the for the things Dr. King fought for -- open housing, antipoverty -

rights bill that includes a broad ban against racial hearts of all men of good will,but these emotions must be re- measures, a national rededication. and reconstruction,

discrimination in the sale or rental of housing.The pressed and channeled into other avenues. and, as his death so tragically demonstrated need, federal
If we do otherwise, he will have died in vain. Nonviolencegave protection for civil rights workers.

final vote on the measure already approvedby his life its meaning, and we'vegotto resist those amongus His death must be given a meaning.We can't allow it to become -
the Senate was 249 to 171. who wish to get down to the level of his murderer. He lived just another example of the results of the senseless and

The House rejected a last ditch effort to block by words and actions of peace, and we can't betray his sick racism that permeates our society. The man who pulled

the vote on passage. memory by worshiping the gods of vengeance and hatred. the trigger committed an Insane act,but he functioned in a society
We must Instead, rededicate ourselves to the ideals for whose racism implicitly condoned and fostered it.
which he fought. We who believe with him in non-violence have
His death must be the occasion for a great upsurge of immediate
MARTIN LUTHER KING IN MEMPHISThe been dealt a mortal blow,but we've got to redouble our effortsto and continued action by all Americans. The decent

unexpected death of the Rev. Martin Luther King, founder prove that it can work. ;people can't remain silent. A great void has been rreafpd The!
of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference came asa The day after his assassination I saw the hurt and the shock moral and spiritual leader of this nation is deadand while no

shock to the nation and brought national regret. Dr. King was on the faces of people in the streets Whites and Negroes were ;single man can take Dr.King's place,a resurgence of national

felled by a bullet from :,1 white man while standing in the balcony united that day in pain and in a sense of personal loss. There :,morality and a rededication to his principles can help to fill
of his hotel room In Memphis on Thursday night. were others too -- those who used his death to loot and to vent I the void.

President Johnson announced the death, posponed his trip

to Honolula and asked that every Amor lean join him in mourning OPEN HOUSING., FAIR EMPLOYMENT MAJOR ISSUE I
and prayer for this highly respected gentleman.Dr. .
Everyone agrees that two of the most important issues facing Harlem has a chance to get a job in an airplane factory out
King was a non-violent man and he lived his best to in-
Negro are and
open housing equal
Island. It
op- Long would cost him $40a month to commute to and
duce others to follow his program He,has made his contri- portunities. But most people don't see te strong connection from work. Obviously, he couldn't afford that
bution to his race and country.Dr. between the two.Let's expense.
There is no reason why he should have to, either The day
King's body was laid in state at Spellmin's College for look at some facts: this country can afford to have racially and economically segregated
Central cities
48 hours, then taken to the church on Monday.Tne service was are gaining in numbers of Negroes,while los- suburban white ghettos is over.All people have to live
led by Dr. Benjamin E. Mays former president of Morehouse ing the middle-class whites. Back in 1950, only about 12 percentof where-they can find jobs, and the suburbs are going to have to
and population in central cities was Negro, now it's 20 per- end their obvious
College Dr. King's former teacher and friend. patterns of segregation.The .
cent and still climbing. And for some cities it's still
higher; first step in national
any program to end the housing
Interment took place on Tuesday at South View Cemetery Washington: for example: is two-thirds Negro. In the same segregation which also creates unemployment is to a fair
alongside his grandparents. period, it is estimated that 11 million whites moved out of the pass
cities. housing ruling with teeth. Racial discrimination in housing is

The Rev. Ralph Abernathy former assistant to Dr. King suc- White citizens are moving to the suburbs which as insane as any of the racist practices of Nazi Germany or of
ceeds him as head of the Southern Christian Leadership Con- are still South Africa. It can't be tolerated in a democracy.

ference, we have every reason to believe he will continue Dr. closed to Negroes. As the cities get blacker the suburbs Secondly, we'11 have to build more housing for low and mod
King's non-violent erate income families. Urban renewal's bulldozers have level
program.It's around it still "color "
say: me white. Since 1940
delphia's led many homes, but because privately financed housing is too
just too bad there has been violence in some cities. We have Negro fewer population Negroes has doubled, but its suburbs actually expensive and there isn't enough public housing, overcrowdingand

see no.reason for it. We are pleased that as far as we know holds true for on a percentage basis. The same slumism have increased.
St. Louis and a lot of other
nothing of that kind took cities.
place Miami.That's the way it ought
to be. Let us keep our good name. job is opportunities are growing faster in te suburbs. Our Third, we have to put public housing in the suburbs too.

It's better to be chosen, than great riches.A in economy plants and creating offices new outside jobs the every central day,but most of them are There is no reason why public housing should stop at the city

cities. Three out of line, especial V when the jobs are in the suburbs. The rent
solemon interracial memorial procession, led by four four new job openings in the New York area took place in the supplement
motorcycle police officers on Sunday afternoon from the Court suburbs. Almost all of the new jobs created in the Baltimore should program, which should be greatly expanded, also
apply to suburban
House to Bethel A.M.E. Church, N. W. Eighth Street was evi- and San Francisco area took place outside the central cities. towns.
dence of the respectheldforDr.Kinga memorial service was And that's just in newly created jobs. in some industries! Another way to break up the white ghetto is to sell houses

held. There were nearly 3000 present at the service. The like manufacturing and trade, which employ many unskilled, whose mortgages have been foreclosed to Negrobuyers.Thousands

eulogy was delivered by the Rev. Edward T. Graham, pastorof and semi-skilled Negroes, many cities have actually lost jobs. on of homes are opened up this way every year, only to go
an "all-white"
Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Rabbi Steven Jacobs of Temple New York, for example, lost about 50,000 minufacurin brokers list.
between 1962 jobs We also ought to bebuUding"NewTowns." Government and
Israel gave the Invocation.Other speakers were: Fr.Theodore and 1965.It .
Gibson, Metro's Mayor, Chuck Hall and Miami's Mayor,Steve is obvious from this that high unemployment industry ought to be planning for new total com inanities" with
Clark, Rabbi Irving Lehrnun of Temple Emanuel.: gro workers isn't going to be solved unless there among is a determined jobs and homes at all income levels.Such new towns have been
effort to open up housing opportunities for built in Europe, but the few that were announced for this country
Many other ministers in the county spoke of Dr. King's death the suburbs. Negroes in seem to be slightly different suburbs. Planning for new

and the contribution he made by preaching non-violence, although The white executive with a big salary can afford to towns, integrated both racially and economically,is necessaryto
he died by a bullet from the hand of an assassin. to work, but the poor man can't. Let's assume that commute insure that the city of the future doesn't repeat the mistakes
a man in of the preset.

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Coretta King and four children
two sons and two daughters, to whom we extend our deepest II

sympathy.The kingdom. of God is a society of the best men working for PHIL I

the ends, according to the best methods. It's law is one word- OSSOFERA

loyalty. Its gospel one message love. If you know anything
better live for it, if not in the name of God and humanity, carry
great man of
our Christ plan -- Henry Drummond. peace has throughout the
died, the victim of violence.Dr. history of man, likewise fail in their evil
Let us hope that the culprit will be brought to justice. one who has brought the mes-
Martin Luther King, Jr. works. His message of non-
has made the supreme sacri- sage of peace has not been allowed violence, of peace and of the
fice not to live in peace . for shall
just for the sake of his brotherhood of man
the Bahamas people in all walks of life expressed their an ethnic group, but for all hu message disturbs the never die. I believe that his
shock and sorrow at the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther manity. I cannot say "race," his equlibrium of the world, and supreme sacrifice will speedup
King Jr. The governor sent a message to the British Ambas- for all mankind: are of but one enemies i use violence to the fulfillment of his hopes

sador in Washington deploring brutality of Dr. King's death race. Until man has this fact destroy him.Unknowingly. and dreams.

I and his family. deeply etched in his heart and men of via

mind, men of peace shall con- lence give impetus to the very The man of peace dies, but
i The Premier Hon. L. O. Pindlingaclose friend of Dr. King, tinue to die violently.Two thing theyaretryingtodestroy his message goes on.Dr. Martin -
I who was campaigning in Andros Island also issued a statement eliminating themselves Luther King Jr. knew the

; on Dr. King's death and sent a personal telegram to his widow. thousand years ago a In the process.Christ was meaning of Christ's sacrifice,

The United Bahamian Party's leader described the assassination Man of Peace, called by His crucified in order to stem His and with all his heart and soul,
I as a tragic and wicked deed which can bring nothing but many followers "The Princeof teachings, yet seehowthey followed the path of his Mas
further shame to the name of America.Sir spread! And
Peace died where
violently for are they ter. He put his hand to the plow
His steadfast belief in Justice who were responsible for this and never turned back. All
Roland Symmonette expressed his profound grief and for all mankind. It is a sad but deed? Americans shall reaptheharvest -

forwarded a personal message to Mrs. King. I consider this a true commentary that Those responsible for the of his works, and of his
most for ladmired this man and had the
personal:? greastest assassination of Dr. King shall sacrifice.
respect for him.



THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 12, V(3 S



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Because Of Death Of King 0

While he lived Dr. Martin Luther King was a powerful force \ ; Si

for sanity in race relations. His organization, the Southern : i A ITEl
Christian Leadership Conference, opened new contacts with :

religious leaders, engaged many in the cause of civil rights, ,
and served as a pipe for carrying social and political activism. tiIpl y

The SCLC, because it is both integrated and nonviolent, has v
an accepted philosophical position with important political I.0ti I.
leaders. This organization of Dr. King gained its Identity from

his personal appearances, his golden tongued orations,his international -
renown,and his great courage and guts on the firing 4 )
line of civil rights demonstrations. T NO 1I

It will take a long time for Negroes in the United States to

have another Dr. Martin Luther King,as took over 100 years S 1F ..
for Negroes to find another Frederick Douglass, when Martin f.

Luther King came, so rare are men of this caliber.'
Dr. King had emerged in the past decade as a man: both above
the battle and in it. He undertook not simply one cause but iI
rE t40 iMIT
three--a war for equal rights, a battle for economic oppor-
tunity, and a sklrmtsh against the"unjust and Immoral" Unit- yy
ed States' involvement in Vietnam

Until the active participation in it by Dr. Martin Luther King, *THE M/ND75 ITS OWN PLACE. WHITE t{ ,;4
the drive for civil rights had been led mainly by the National AND/NITELFCANHAKEAHkAVEN '
Association for the Advancement of Colored People, which OF HELL,A HELL OF HEAVEN" '
fought the battles in the courts. But since court proceduresare HILTON_ ''ti

slow and expensive the patience of the victims of
gation, racial discrimination, and denials of Job opportunitieswas
growing short in te middle '50's. '


Negro youths were no longer willing to wait years for LETSTALK
changes. It was Dr. King who gave them hope for immediate LETTERS TO THE EDITORTo
From the pulpit of the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in the Editor: .

Montgomery, Ala., Dr. King was catapulted by the war of equal POLITICS'

rights to national attention.And it all began because Mrs. Rosa The tragic ironic death of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.,
Parks, a seamtress and a former secretary of the local branch grieves the
nation, but Black America
keenly feels the loss BY NORMAN E. JONE.
of the NAACP, had tired feet at the end of a busy day of hard of this great leader and the tremendous leadership provided. -

work, and refused to give up her seat on the Cleveland Avenue What is more, we hope white America becomes
bus to a white person, in Montgomery Alabama, the cradle of of its responsibility to all of its citizens.

the Confederacy.The Dr. King in his unyielding; unrelenting ideals and aspira- Even as the original "prince of peace' though dedicated to
arest of Mrs. parks triggered a city-wide Negro boyi i tions, has shown by living and dying, the direction towards non-violence of whom King was a devoted disciple, died by via
cott that cased the famous "stride toward freedom" rather
which the "Great Society" must move and find its being if lence. Even as Mohandas Ghandi subscribed to non-violent
than ride the buses. It was Dr. Kingwho led the organization, I there is to be a clearly spelled out definition of democracy methds of bringing freedom to his people, from whom King
and in November 1956, the United States Supreme Court de- i that Negroes and whites alike can describe and define with adopted his own philosophy of seeking freedom for the American -
clared the'Alabama segregation laws unconstitutional. Then
;mutual understanding. Negro died by violence. So did Dr. Martin Luther King
Dr. King's house was bombed but he quieted the Negro crowds
Warped, neurotic, confused, and belligerent Americans cried the contemporary arch-disciple of non-violence meet his death
that could have
caused a riot, and pleaded for the forgivenessof
out, "Crucify him!" Amp.ricansnotwantingtoget involved, by violent means. i
those that had attempted to kill him.
soothed their burning consciouses by saying, "We find no fault, f
KING WAS A DISCIPLE OF MAHATMA GHANDI not really, in this man." Believers and followers cried out, Even as the "prince of peace" though advocating non-

That characteristic of non-violence "Did not our hearts burn within us as this man of God spoketo \ violence, brought violent death, suffering and persecution to
was Dr. King -- even
us!" millions of his followers. Even as Mohandas Ghandi though
when violence was threatened, a disciple of the Indian leader,
On the "outskirts" of expostulating non-violence brought violent death suffering and
Mahatma Gandhi, who launched a massive experiment in non- America that has not fully awakened ,
violent protest in 1919,and eventually gave his country free- to the realities of the here and the now, let us add, that we, persecution to his followers; so did Martin Luther King the
dom from British too have a DREAM! apostle of non-violence bring violent death, suffer ing and per-
We DREAM that secution to hundreds of his followers.
The Soutiern Christian Leadership Conference one day "America The Beautiful" will be
Negro leaders from ten states, continued,after, representing the deseg-- deserving of this title when the blood of martyrs need no longer Even as Mohandas Ghandi a scholarly Intellectual introvert,
be wiped up from her streets of hatredl! sought to quietly and obstrusively practice his profession of
regationd eels ion in the Alabama bus case, to concentrate We DREAM that in the very near future, "My Country 'Tis law in a hot bed of racial intolerance,South Africa, only to be
against discrimination in and for voter
transportation regis- Of Thee, Sweet Land Of Liberty" can mean the same thing teach | snatched by fate to become a leader in the fight for justice and
tration. Criss-crossing the country, Dr.King evolved his non- American freedom for his people using the of
violent philosophy. whether black or white. And that as we utter technique non-violence.
these now hollow words out tradition, we can utter them out So did King a scholarly intellectual Introvert seek quietly
ADVOCATED DIRECT CONFRONTATION of gratitude for the "sweet liberty" our country has allowedus practice his profession, the ministry, in a hot bed of facial
to enjoy! intolerance a one time capital of the confereracy, Montgomery
Dr. King called it militant nonviolence; it was not passive
resistence. It was civil disobedience of unjust segregation laws We DREAM as did our fallen Leader, that hearts, souls, and Alabama, only to be snatched by fate to become a leader in
and direct confrontation of authorities in an effort to overturn deeds, and not mere words, will open up and save a dying Nation the fight for freedom and justice for his fellow Negroes, adopting -
those laws. This was done in missed marches In the streetsby from a death of "Power-structured Monopoly!" the technique of non-violence.

men, women, little children with their arms linked, their W'3 DREAM that SOON now, Black America will not have to These three great leaders, though dedicated nonviolence
voices raised in, "0, Freedom," and "We Shall Overcome' 'assuage their lives in dreams, but that the "Great Society" sowed the seeds of violence among their followers and reaped
while risking being beaten, and being actually beaten In some which has historically and consistently offered us less and just the bitter fruit of violent deaths for'themselves as their reward '-

Instances, and jailed for their belief. 'as consistently required of us more, will provide us the opportunity .

Sit-ins, lie-ins, and even pray-ins, were intensified. It was j to be proud of WHO we are because of WHAT we are contrast
. AMERICANS all! By another "Apostle of Peace" brought no
pressure, pressure, and more pressure, which produced violent violence to his followers and himself met a peaceful death,
retaliation, as churches were bombed, but even then Dr. his simply stated doctrine often repeated by millions, without
King preached forgiveness.The National Council of Negro Women Inc.
emotion, without the golden touch of oratory, without the dra-
sights of bombed churches,bombed homes, police beat Greater Miami Section, South matic instantaneous visual miss: communication of television
ing demonstrators, police dogs attacking women and children, Leenette Morse pennington, President "Peace its truly wonderful."
packed jail cells with his marchers,created strong indignation y
throughout the country, among Negroes as well as whites.! But EASTER EGG HUNTThe

Dr. King was still preaching nonviolence, until some Negro Carver YMCA will have
radicals started to call him "De Lawd' in ridicule. its annual Easter Egg Hunt on There are 6,000 fatherless boys in Dade

"WE MUST NOT LOSE FAITH IN OUR WHITE BROTHERS" Saturday, April 13, at 1:00 County between the ages of 8 and 14.
p.m. The Easter Egg Hunt r
Dr. King would then say, "In the spirit of the darkness of is sponsored Omega Psi Phi
this hour, we must not despair, we must not become bitter -- Fraternity.All .
we must not lose faith in our white brothers." members and neighbor- At least one third of these fatherless boys

The high point of Dr.King's war for civil rights cam during hood children are invited to attend 1 are in dire need of the guidance and steadying -

the 1963 march on Washington when he spoke to hundreds of Please be inside the"Y" ', 1 influence of a mature male. . A Big
thousands of hundreds of his white
people, Including followers.
gates 1:00: p.m.Refreshments Brother.
In the shadow of the Lincoln Memorial, he evoked the Bible, will be
the National Anthem and the Constitution.As .
served after the Hunt, and a -
a result ofthatfamousoration"IHave A Dream,' Con- prize will be i
given to the VOLUNTEER TO BE A
gress passed the most far-reaching civil rights. And a year person who finds the most
later, after the dramatic events in Selma, Alabama, and the
march he led from Selma to Montgomery, Congress passedthe eggs. No mon stands .. BIG BROTHER

Voting Rights Act. I TALL OS when he StOOpS
That's why Dr. Martin Luther King was murdered, he was help a boy. MMMHHMMBnMMBMMOMBfo
changing the status quo, which too many whites still want to
perpetuate. (Georgia Gov. Lester Maddox was too busy to attend tit= SLICK BLACK Big Brothers Of Greater Miami
the funeral.) DOUBLE ACTION

The dream of true equality of rights and opportunities with /COLORS CRAY HAWBUCK 990 S. W. 1st ST. PHONE:; 374-2828 J

out regard to race is nearer because in our lifetime there liv- Z DRESSES IWR!>I PIKE _____ MIAMI TIMES PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
ed an American named Martin Luther King. ------- ------ I


6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Frldav.".Aoril 12., 1968 ._--; -' -

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Of all the symbols of Easter the lamb is one of the most ; 7 7C4 The Richmond Heights Women's Club Invites you to their

.familiar, and doubtless it ranks next in importance to 1\ Annual Spring Fashionette Tea Sunday, April 21, at perrine
the cross itself. Jesus is portrayed frequently as a shepherd 1I' Com-n inity Center in the Perrine Shopping Center, 460 per.
carrying a lamb on His shoulders. Since shepherding one I rine Avenue from four until six o'clock.
of the chief occupations of the ancient Hebrew this imge of Easter Sunrise services will be held Sunday April 14 at
the Mister conveyed a feeling of warmth and love which made : Heights Recreational park. This Is sponsored, theRichmond
the 23rd. Psalm vibrant with meaning. and Second by
the Glendale Baptist Churches. The
Folklorists say that the lamb was known as the only animal I ser.
vices will begin at 5 o'clock. The public is invited.
that the Devil could not enter.For this reason and many others

the lamb is an important mcfif in the tapestry of Easter.In Girl Scout Troop 857 under the supervision Mrs. Miriam

stained glass, stonework and embroidery Is one of the Pratt and Mrs. Barbara Stension had the experience of horse

most common themes of Church art, and references to the back riding, April 6, at AIl M Stock Ranch. Everyone had a
lamb in Christian scripture and worship are' frequent.The wonderful tlmo.
paschal lamb became a symbol of Christ as the Jewish
Passover became the Christian Easter. And as the Passover I"l The Richmond Heights Garden Club Is launching its Clean

commemorated the deliverance of the Hebrews from captivity Up Drive using "Let's Make Community Beautiful' as Its

in Egypt, so the Christian mind saw a figurative connection be- motto. The Metro Waste Department is cooperating in this
tween the bondage of Egypt and the bondage of death, and be- ; effort. Start now to clean up and beautify your hom, and sur

tween the Exodus or escape from Egypt, and the R:surrec- roundings.
tion. Here indeed, is the most immediate relation betweenthe Miami Killian's Baseball schedule remainder of April; 4/16

Christian and the pre-Christian story of Easter, for Christ Miami High, at Grapeland Park 330; p.m. and 4/19, Edison,
Himself and almost all the first Christians were Hebrews. 'I, ill'.f at Edison Park Center 330 p.m.
The symbol comes from the same source as the word \.f e;' Easter Sunrise service will be held at Bethel Baptist Churchin

Pascha, the Greek and Latin name for Easter,which was originally '. .... -..- --_. ..-.........-----...-- -.--- Richmond Heights at 5 a.m. on Easter Sunday morning.
the Hebrew word Pesach the Feast of the Passover, at Everyone is cordially invited to be present at this worship ser-

which lambs were sacrificed in commemoration of the deliv- Dr. and Mrs. Ira P.Davis as the marriage took place vice. Rev. 0. W. West Is the pastor.

erance of Israel from Egypt some 4000 years ago. For the ancient proud parents of Carol Ann, last November 13, in Nash- A special service of prayer Is held on Tuesday morning of

Hebrews found one of their principal means of livelihoodin a Fisk junior were ville. I(each week at Bethel Baptist Church In Richmond Heights beginning
sheep-herding and it was therefore natural that this important pleasantly surprised last Mr. Henley is a native at 11 a.m. Everyone Is Invited to attend Including the

occupation should provide so many of their religious week when their youngest Miamian and a j Junior at :sick, and shut-ins. These services have become a great sourceof

symbols and allegories. daughter revealed that she Tennessee State,preparing < spiritual peace and Inspiration. Won't you join us on next

is now Mrs. Alton Henley, to study medicine. Tuesday, at 11 a.m.? You'll be glad you did.
multitude of popular customs, many of which survive Dade County Young DemocraticAssn. will sponsor a nightof Mrs. Charlotte Ford Clarke was the a ward recipient for outstanding .

among us today, are derived from the Christian Easter story games Friday April 19 at the home of Dr. and Mrs. E. A. leadership in human: dignity by the Gamma phi Delta
from the rites of the church, and from pagan observances Ward. Sorority, Inc. Jennie Reaves is Baslleus.

which existed in Europe long before Christian times. In mod- Among Mia mians going to Atlanta for the funeral of Dr. Mar- The Alfred (Julia) Millers of Opa-locka jetted to Nassau for
ern America the one Easter custom that appears to be really tin Luther King were Attorney Henry Arrington, Dr. Edwin I the Easter vacation. .

universal is the donning of new clothes. But the crowds who Shirley, James Gardner, and William Miles. Shelia Wilson of Lakeland is the houseguest of John and Jane
Join in Easter parades, dolled up in their new finery, are Congratulations to Mrs. Dollie Whitehead, social worker, Walker of Carol City.

doubtless unaware that they represent a last dim survival of who was honored by Greater Miami Federal Executive Coun- Anthony Wayne Clark and Shirley have reasons to be happy.

the conferring of white robes upon the newly baptized. It is cil as Federal Employee of the Year, Professional category. 'They are parents of a son, Anthony Wayne n who was born
sure that in the days when this was the general practice, those Miamians attending the American Personel and Guidance April 7, at Jackson Memorial. Anthony weighted 6 Ibs. 12 oz.

already baptized put on new or clean garments Easter as a Association in Detroit, April 17-11 were Jim and Fran Cham- Mattie D. Simpson staged a"come as you are" luncheon for
reminder of their own baptism. Together with the fact that the bers (and Cleo Jollivette); Dorothy Wallaceand Miriam Pratt. friends on her birthday Wednesday at her apartment.

feast was, in any case, an occasion for general rejoicing it is Marie Cooper spent the weekend in Nassau with daughter Get well wishes to Msgr.: John J. Fitzpatrick of
easy to see how the observance became what is is today. Carol C. Hanna and her Corpus
family (E. R., Tera, and Tameka) i Christi who is recuperating after surgery at a local hospital.
It Is not
surprising to find many folk beliefs associated with
the Easter sunrise, in view of the Feast's ancient connectionwith

the dawn of spring. Beauty Tips

Likewise, all over the United States and in many parts of
Europe the Easter sunrise is the occasion of popular services,
held on a hill or elevated ground in the crisp air of spring For The BrideWhen I

morning. It is called"Popular" service for this is not a part I
of the traditional Christian liturgy but rather a custom which
lovely bride turns
many of the Protestant churches have adopted. I
from the altar and walks
Some ancient instinct seems to move even in the sophisti- rft
proudly back down the aisle on
cated soul of modern man, urging him out into the dim light of the
arm of her brandnewhusband
early morning to praise God at the dawn of spring. : a, lr
her day Is far from over.

THE SIGNIFICANCE OF EGGS A EASTER In fact, it's just begun! And, for
those who are sharing this important I
The egg has a very definite meaning at Easter time. Very day with her,she wants ,

simply the shell represents a tomb, a tomb that is broken, a to remain beautifully groom j r I

tomb from which life emerges. So it was on Easter Day. ed. It's not easy to make re-

Eggs represent the new life that returns to nature about Eas- pairs at such a time but the
ter time. The custom of exchanging eggs began in ancient Avon beauty authorities have R

times. The ancient Egyptians and Persians often dyed eggs in come to the luck bride's aid
spring colors and gave them to their friends as gifts. with helpful tips for her "all- f

Early Christians of Mesopotamia were the first to use color- day' wedding makeup.A .
ed eggs for Easter. In some European countries people color

eggs red to represent the joy of the resurrectin. In England, little extra care In apply

friends often wrote messages and dates on the eggs they ex- ing makeup will help it last ,

changed. Elaborate candy eggs with a window in one end and through the day. Foundation LORY'S LENDS HELPING HAND TO THE
tiny scenes inside were popular gifts in the 1800's. holds makeup in place, so be ANTIOCH MISSIONARY
__A welcome. to Miami from Brooklyn Mr. and Mrs. Felix sure to use it.Then apply loose BAPTIST JUNIOR CHURCH OF BROWNSVILLE

lIaWlaO, wno nave purchased a nome, 590 Nw 51 Street. powder lavishly. ,
And now they are four. John H. Coleman and IvaTurner) Press powder on with a
Coleman of Binghamton, N, Y. are the parents of another son, clean cotton puff. Let it set for These lovely young members of the Antioch Junior Church of
Mark Herbert. March 7 1968. Mark one minute then dust off Brownsville are shown
weighed in at 71bs. 2 oz. excess modeling fashions from Lory's in preparafor -
Congratulations! powder. Wring out another their Spring Festival scheduled for
Mrs. D. A. Lurel) Julius was hostess to members of Alpha L i piece of cotton in cool 18 at 8 the Thursday evening, April
Pi Chi Omega on Monday at her 44th Street home. water, until quite dry. Press p.m. at Brownsville Community Center.Donation $1.00.

Friends of Mrs. Mamie Montgomery are happy to know that moistened cotton lightly mold All fashions for the show are being furnished by Lory's of

she i s making much progress at home after eye surgery at the face. This routine helps to Edison Center; and Assistant story manager Dee Dee Lawrence is
Christian. moistened cotton
lightly over serving as coordinator.In .
Easter Parade 1968 in Miami Beach Auditorium Sunday that makeup lasts longer.
April 14 benefit Florida to the fashions shown above
Memorial College. High Fashions- Before you'll find a com-
Top Designers Guest Commentator Arnold putting on lipstick, plete line of glamorous fashions
Warren, 8:30 p.m. apply foundation and powder for Easter at Lory's Edison Cen-
Congratulations to Joan Storr, student at University of Miami i over the Upline. Draw the ter.
School of Music who was soloist for Prokofiev's lip
ander Nevsky outline with a lip brush, using Come see the live fashion show in window all day Satur-
Monday evening in Dade: County Auditorium a slightly our
and Tuesday evening in Miami Beach Auditorium. deeper shade of lip day, April 13th.
one that is to be
Get well wishes to Ophelia Rolle,Shelly Collins, Cora Hank- worn. Fill in the outline with
erson at Christian; Frances Jackson at home; Tobias Bledsoeat i the lighter shade. These tech-
Heart Institute; Essie Collins, Parkway General.
niques should
Enid DeVeaux Is spending two weeks get every bride
relaxing In the
through a long
tropical sunshine receiving line
of Nassau.Mr. .
of hugs and
Walters Annual parade of Fashions is scheduled for When there's WNfs.4
the Continental Club Sunday, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Fashions by Pa for a
touch-up make the !
tricia's Inc. Men's Fashions most of it. LOl!)
by King the Tailor and Wig and Be sure to blot
Open 9
up excess oils to
Hair pieces by Mr. Walters. Mrs. Asquith (Thelma J.) Mi- before adding pressed Sises 3-20
Donald Is Fashion powder. LORY'S
Commentator Have available for this FASHION SHOPS . EVERYWHERE!
It was a first trip to the Bahamas for Frances Clark and purpose -
a few 2:r 3 Inch rectangles
daughters, Adrian ,and Deborah and Shelia Wilson as they of plain white tissue 6112 NW 7th AVENUE
wrapping (EDISON )
joined Tnelma Adderley. for a holiday as guests of Mrs. Anna paper press them

Carey of ofEngleston. ".:Vt: . ; the face. lightly over f I "

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In keeping with the time of mourning for the memory of Dr
i iffiHn: i.nfhoi- KiM Tr.. black omanrlnator of human dimltvself
-respect and nonviolence, who was *
slain by an assassain's bullet, this column *
r'I r Joins the many world leaders; dignitariesof
every walk of life; the news, television' 1 firs" I
and radio media; the many known and un- |
/ ", known little folk, who honored his memory
with words of peace, actions of forgetfulness -

.'\ :: prayers of forgiveness and togetherness -
and songs of praise from all denomi- .
IIii1 nationsand; while our pen Is not facile
.J. \.STKHBLOOM. ., :,:-' enough to do better, we humbly submit the following contribution -
..a .rtr from a friend, which likewise, Is in keeping with the
'IN : 'kF Lenten season.
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;I 'w Christian churches throughout the world are now observingLent
the forty days that Christ spent fasting and praying In

. the wilderness. During this time"most believers usually consider -
things to give up or refrain from doing. This year, it Is
suggested that we think positively, adding things to our lives.
"I" We should consider Stewardship ser iously.Stewardship means

many things, namely: receiving and giving; loving your neighbor
; being a good manager; being a friend to all; doing more
sale! .. than live and let live. Live and help live (help the poor and
needy at homo and abroad); help motherless children and last
but not least, widows and father less children. Please don't for
get the latter for, it is written i in the holy scriptures, that If

., a BETTER you do, your. wife may become a widow and your children fatherless -

__ _ % ' LEATlIElll'.tIGS
: junior college sophomore -
.: .
pert {iWenaolyn HOD1DSon nolas a gOla-
plated inscribed award and two certificates
presented her by phi Rho pi fraternity during -
"" / off its 1968 Speech Festival as first prize
.. winner (superior) of its oralinterpretationand
persuasive-speaking contest.The curvy
/rT and talented cutie is a typist-reservation
reg. $20-$29, now 99913.99
clerk at North's Travel Bureau.

1 .,, \
,," NOTES ON A NAPKIN Dor Hot el boss
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1 Save now on Cabretta and patent. M. fcveiyn sinun arrived in ner nomeiown '- -

, '" ,- ,... ... \ Atlanta in time to share in the observance tributes to slain
/Pouches, swaggers, envelopes, Negro leader Martin Luther King Jr and to visit family and
friends during the Easter holidays . Philip Drayton down
single and double styles, more, from Raleigh N.C.'s Shaw University on Spring vacation visit
with his mother Essie Drayton Jackson Memorial hospital sec
';V,' .... Many with shiny gold-look hardware retary pediatrics. .. Mary Kemp birthdayed Thursday April f
"II'i' / 4 (date of Dr. Martin Luther King's assassination.) . The
+ ,: trim. Black, white, bone, fashion Dswey (Clara) Knights and son Dewey HI will spend the Easter

holidays with Mother Knight in Daytona Beach.
colprs in the group.

+, SALT WATER TAFFY: Marietta McPhee of Nassau's
handbags, street floor DOWNTOWN MIAMI (at all 7 Burdine stores) Marietta Guest House (an Okra Hill tourist haven) Is looking
forward to her granddaughter Sandra's marriage In August. .
4 Adam: photo Studio seeking owners of portraits dating backto
1938-- now held as'priceless keepsakes' in his 'photo mor-
gue.; Owners may claim these oldies by contacting Adams at
his studio where a satisfactory financial arrangement might be

... made for their recovery

THE WEEK'S WASH: Howard A. Hadley Jr. the MD son of
Howard A.Hadley Sr.the DOS has an altar date with pert Elona
Harmon August 10 at Holy Redeemer Catholic Church. Miss
Harmon was "Miss Northwestern High" in 1965 and attendedthe
14-KT. University of Georgia in Athens ? Alfred(Junior) Rolleis
FELICE PANTY HOSE MERCED EAIUltNGS now a "very important person" -- that is since he purchased -
a'66 VIP Plymouth sedan. . Smiling Eddie Pittman seeking -
199 49tJ=$6 I liquor license for his 79th street Dive Inn beer and winery.

Reg. $3. Save on great fitting, demi-toe Reg. 7.50-$12. Save now on 14-kt. gold STUFF AND SUCH: Mrs. FernleyDaisy( )Taylor recovering
panty-hose. Nylon, off-white, beige, earrings. Classic designs, buttons, drop from an injured foot suffered when a heavy object at Thrift
sunny. P, M, T. styles. City furniture mart allegedly felled her. . Dionne Warwick at
the Diplomat. . Diana Ross and the Supremes at the Eden Roc
hosiery, street floor DOWNTOWN MIAMI costume jewelry, street floor DOWNTOWN MIAMI
. .
psychedelic In American
(at all 7 Burdine'. ttorei) (.l all 7 Burdine store) revue Harry's -
Show Room ? BettySwannand the Professionals at Club '
Continental. The tax hike on cigarettes (scheduled for April
1)) jumped the gun by many vending machines at least a week
before the affixed date line. Labels were posted 45 cents in
COTTON some areas.
"J'' ., SCRATCH MY BACK: Eric and Tony Thompson and Vivian
/ ItltJ Thompson-Williams' (down from NYC) lost their dadjohn
off Thompson when a truck ran him down . The beauteous and
curvy former, receptionist-assistant at the HadleyJohnsonmedical
Reg. 37.50, Now 1.50-3.75. Enamel, Reg. $3-$4. Our own imports. Classic offices Dorothy Ambrister at home
gold tone, stone set. Conversational and novelty styles in white and beige. mending -
and flower styles. Sizes 6-8 auto smashup . A dram scholarship from North Dade
Junior college to the Florida A & M campus: will be awarded
costume jewelry, street floor DOWNTOWN MIAMI gloves street floor DOWNTOWN MIAMIat young John Pryor an RN at Senior Citizens hospital pryor and
(at all 7 Burdine stores) ( all 7 Burdine stores) lovely Leslie Graham
are altar-bound sometime during Au-

SWEETS TREATS: Millicent (Bobbie)Henderson's identical
'" "", twin Phyllis (Billie) Butler was surprise birthday party-ed by
her mother Mrs Myrtis Seymour a t their home April 6 one
:: day earlier than her natal holiday April 7 . Dunbar ele-
E U R D.I N.J i S' mentary's visiting teacher-counsellor Marjorie Young and two
of her cherubs motored up to Montgomery for their Spring vacation -
Fro m the Capitol City they continue to Atlanta where
hubby Ronald attended the funeral of Dr Martin Luther King
Tuesday ayem.


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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 12, 1968 "

fro-American Educators Discuss *S( PETFIIT "OUpli'ENTI ACCOUNTANT' L HELP WANTED
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Black StudentsThe 300KKJEEPINj' SYSTEMS' AUAITING Liberal fringe.Will benefits.train.

INV: TORY COST ACCOUNTING Profit sharing plan.
Steering Committee for corned with "drop-outs," segments are anticipated in
+Oade and 3roward Parking
the National Conference of "Fall-outs and other "non- Higher Education, Curricu- Serving space avail-
Afro-American Educators achievers"' are urged to contribute lum, the School and the Black 25 Years
nounced its plan to convene in their presence and Community, Instructional Ma- NOTARY PUBLIC JUNIORS
Chicago a set of workshops their understandings to these terials, the Black Student and 24th Ave. RESTAURANTS
centered on the problems of discussions. Adult Education. 5264 N.W. See Mr. Pete between 9:30:
educating Black students Primary attendance will be Inquiries about the confer- 633-3735 & 12 noon, 1 l:30&3p.m.,
Alarmed by the total crisis of Black persons involved in ence are being channelled to 2497 Collins Ave.Mia.Bch.NUW .
facing the Black American the formal education process. the Steer Ing Committee 9 a.m. to 12 midnight
community, this group sees Representatives from Black fices at 7923 South Park Ave- Sundays 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
the educational process as student groups and commun- nue in Chicago, Illinois 60619. .. ...
crucial to the survival of ity
organizations arebeinginvited. -
Black children in broader
a .
The workshops them
community essentially hostile selves will be closed and PLAYING!
and with values inimical to the limited to
conferees. A number
self realization of Afro-
of public meetings are be-
American youth.A **** BOLD t D nit.ts11;
ing scheduled to insure maxi-
spokesmanfor the committee HUTAL AM UltlLLI.l.Vnhe
mum impact among parents, 1TI
pointed to the unique set students and involved adults. pace furious. The cast is perfect. No one can
of insights and understandingsof hi elp but marvel at the film's technical virtuosity! : r
these problems shared by The workshops are scheduled N.w.Dai/r N.w, ,. '
for June 6-9. An official
all of us who have grown up
Black inAmericanSociety "as Conference Call will be issuedin
the justification for calling together early April and will be distributed lot ,
Black teachers, school nationwide. Each ;l.L :; Mauletutiesa
administrators and counselors Board of Education and Super 4 { '
to meet and deliberate intendent of Schools in a ma- ",
about the crisis and to plot jor city is being urged make 1"rsi" : ltNl NE'S M c paaa isp lux .
.. k.
strategies to raise the levelof funds available to defray the : -
Black student aspiration and costs of coming to Chi ';0 for PLUS ASS CRE! VICTIMS ARE LINE I3EAT'.rW
achievement and to remedy the teachers in their own local M
educational ills of the present schools.
system. All Black persons involved The program for the con- -------
in the problem of com ference is being put togetherby -
mon concern in the school systems a series of task forces,one
of the nation and in agencies each in the major J areas of CLOJIDJFD
and organizations con- common concern. ProgramS

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I Haven School May Present Stiff Art Competition .1 I ;I

Artists in the Coconut Grove light bulbs, discarded tools, art supplies. ven S c h ool for the Mentally :I
Sidewalk Art Show April 19-20 cookie cutters broken
keys, Miss' Patricia Goff has Retarded are engaged in a I
-21, may have stiff competition toys, wooden blocks, parts of taught one class and Miss Katherine ,Special Education and Train
with some colleges in the clocks, nails, dishes radios, Andrews the other. ing Program called Mentally I
booth of Haven School for the wheels, etc. They spent many Age range of the children is Retarded Achievement. It Is ;

Mentally Retarded there. hours meticulously aligning five to 14.Happily,some of the geared to instructing the mentally ,:
A Q Twelve students at Haven and glueing and painting these most severe behavior prob- retarded in useful skills

V BY DAVE BONDU have worked many weeks on articles on plywood in an artistic lems are now under control, to enable them to achieve some i
some 20 colleges that will be manner to form col ,
I due partly to the college pro- level of selfsufficiencyAtthe ,
First, I want to congratulate th;people Miami 1 for showing on display in the Haven booth. leges. The finished productsare ject, and also due to an oper- present time they are assembling -
the world that These students, soma of whom novel, and pretty enoughfor ant conditioning used
we are thinking people who will not destroy our program and testing, under ;
are autistic and some of whom the walls of the offices or at the
own school.
property with senseless riots, burning and looting as a direction of staff members
means of avenging the death of Dr. Martin Luther King. have other special behavior homes. If any of the'colleges Some of the other 85 resi- electric extension cords,

We walked in the path of his teachings when we peacefully problems, have proved them- are sold profits wll buy more dent and 40 day students at Ha- which are for sale. ,

marched in his honor on Sunday, along with our mayors, commissioners selves to be extremely artistic -
They have found this
city officials, and other people of many natin- typeof
alities that make up Miami. Many things have been said this art especially rewarding--
past week-end about a man who "had a dream." Thereis not fun, practical, and the teach-

much more that anyone can say except that he lived and.died ers find, therapeutic.

for what he believed in. He gave his life for the poor peole of They have been on chaperoned \ .

America . white, black, red, yellow and whatever, and we foraging expeditions t
sincerely believe that his life will not have been given in vain. around the school, which is located _ *
We believe in South Dade County,to =3M. JM jura m **
that now, the opposing authoritative faction in our find \\.M
country will "take another look" at all of the problems that "treasurers" such as old

face A mer I c a and that something will be done to make this spoons forks, pine cones,

dream come true.

We took a trip last weekend to PortSt. Lucie for the Par &
Birdie Club, and there are many homes at this beautiful resort ,
that have been purchased by yearly residents.It was gratifying

to see flags flying at half-mast in the yards of many homes New Teen ClubOrganized
and the expressions of sympathy we received were heartwarm I"
We have made great strides in Miami, as is evidenced onlyin
part by the Miami Times Supplement of last month (there

could have been 100 more pages if every bit of progress had
A plan to start a club to help
been recorded in this supplement, but of course this was impossible
and adultsis
) and we shall continue to make strides toward the young
being organized by Mrs.
freedom of the uneducated citizens of
poor, our city, county,
of 581
Marilyn B. Ernest NW
and our nation.
183rd Terrace North Miami
"Moses' voice has been stilled, but the press of the nationis ,
as a representative of the La-
reproducing it loudly and clearly for all to hear, and those Salle Coorespondence Uni-
who did not listen before, are listening now with shock, and
versity Chicago.The .
humiliation, and an overpowering shame that this could hap- name of the club will be +1 i raar BHHr %*&: -.. r m
pen here and the world is looking to America to erase the
Tic-TaC.Toe with three different CHARM LESSONS
blight that has been placed on the strongest nation in the world. functions., TAUGHTThe I
They are looking to America to make his prediction of "Free TIC Juniors of Antioch Mis- proper way to sit, walk and Day Drive, the boys and girls I
at last" a reality. This is the greatest monument that could be Teemge Improvement sionary Baptist Church are dress. will demonstrate what they
Center A center where the
built to him . to have the poor people of America trained, being taught various phases of have learned at the Spring
employed at good wages, given better housing, and a chanceto members if come to need receive charm by Miss Dee Dee Law- During the class last week, Festival sponsored by them on

hold their heads up and be proud of their country. That they counseling with their studies.they Work help for rence, fashion coordinator and a complete Make-up Analysiswas April 18, at 8:00 p.m., at the
may have the vocational and economic ability to pursue the life, assistant manager of Lory's demonstrated on one of the Brownsville Community Center
teen-agers and also teenagers
liberty and happiness that is written in our Constitution as the for Jobs.The center will- Fashion Shop.. students (Miss Cassandra The summit of the festival -
unalienable right of every man,woman and child.We sincerely be to begin Brown), by Mrs.Dorothy Ors- will be the crowning of the
a studyhall-library The girls are taught by
believe that it will not be long now, before all of these things with and will be staffed with qualified instructor on the a Beauty Consultant Junior King and Queen of Antioch -
will come to pass,and as Martin Luther King said in one of his the necessary people Jo perform money toward the Women's .
last speeches, "I dream of the day when all little black boys the above duties.

and girls can join bands with all little white boys and girls and TAC Teenage Assistance '

live as human beings together1' . this is in the immediate Co-op Businesses who register iii ; ''
future . it has to be. . and it will be. We mourn his loss, with the center who will CONTINENTALNW) 'MR.;,I ALTi

and extend our sincere condolences to his family. help with the'program on-the- .WIG SHOP I
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Carolyn Davis (West-Palm Job training of teen-agers and 6000 71 b A,.
Beach, beauty). young adults who are further- .

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Baby Taylor ing their education but need t.i

VIP OF THE WEEK: Lilian Yaniz(4 Ambassadors Hotel Sales parttime work. :; ,. ,. . .
Manager) TOE Teenage Opportunities .,; :;,. :,I \4 'IJitI.Ji Ij.r:' i ' ...- 'i ___

MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Millicent Wilson for Education To make .
available education for teen-
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT:At this writingthere is a pos- agers and young adults. In

sibility that the Supremes will make an appearance at Charlie other words, to help them help ii' < ,
Hadley's Easter Egg Hunt Easter Sunday at 3 p.m., at Manor themselves by stressing edu- .9 Tk.

Park. Bear in mind that I said it is a possibility. Negotiationsare cation through specialization.

being made, and nothing is definite yet. By the way, they Information on all educational Professionals _
will open Saturday rather than Friday at the Eden Roc. . .One Institutions will be made

of the main reasons that our City Manager, M. L. Reese turned available for the members and DIRECT 1 FROM DETROIT: ' -

down the position as City Manager for Cincinnati, Ohio, is that also help in getting the mem-
yours truly threatened him with a march. A one-man protest bers into the institution of

against him leaving us. This man is doing a tremendous Job their choice, if possible. .t ",
for our city and we really cannot afford to lose him . Dick The monies derived from ( "
Weatherly, head of the EOPI Program is to be congratulatedalong the above services will be used SHOWS:

with the many officers, the City of MlamiBeach, and to pay the necessary ex- 12:30&2:30
many local merchants for allowing their employees to com- penses of the operation, totur-I a
memorate the funeral of Dr.King. . Coleman was in the city ther the efforts and aims of "
. last week. He looks like "New money" . Jeff Addams and Tic-Tac-Toe, and to award Bobby Marshall, M. C.Uliorns i
r the Rudy Johnson Trio are packing them in at the Travelers to .
scholarships deserving '
J',. Lounge on 36th Street. This is an entertainment combination members. Vanillo DVJ, _

that will go places, in a hurry . there was an article in the Tic-Tac-Toe will be incor- I !, -
Miami Herald last Sunday in the TROPIC section that was writ- porated and the aims and intent L ,
ten by Mike Royko.Uyoudidn'tread"How the Army was Sav- will be recordedaslegallyre- I- '

ed from Black Situation," please get a copy. It is his diserta- quired bylaw tooperateas ,' -
I tion on the warped minds of some people where he says in part -- -

::1 that a "series of white-blacklash bills have quietly pas sed such.Mrs.. Ernest is soliciting the THE PROFESSIONALS
;1 Congress and are expected to be passed into law soon. The bill assistance of community lead

;, will prevent Negroes from serving in any of the armed forces.As ers for the organization of the
soon as these bills are enacted, they will require that all Tic-Tac-Toe club.

Negro servicemen be discharged immediately -- Includingthose : Mary Hyler/'
now serving in Viet Nam." He further states, "This will .- .
cause a severe shortage of front-line troops.The shortage will FINESTPRINTING

be filled by immediately raising draft age of white men to about .., .
i 35 or 46, married or single." In one of his spoofs, he said that \ "

one man-on-the-street said, "I'm sick of my tax money being PLUS THE ONTINENTALDA'NCERSPERFORMIN'G : :

used to buy those people rifles and bullets. No matter how SERVICE ,

many bullets you buy them, they justshootthem at the Viet "GOLDFINGER"MARY '
Cong and ask for more." It is a beautiful satire on how many HERE'S PROOF YOU'LLLIKE
black boys are fighting for their country, side-by-side with m LbR :

their white brothers and are not given credit or first-calss OUR PRINTING (Bock From College) .

citizenship in their country, by these one-sided thinking, Ignorant MR. WALTERS PRESENTSHIS ,
people. This is a beginning toward understanding, and j.
criticize the for his Quality Job;; Budget Price t ". r
will shame many a person who Negro ,:, ANNUAL FASHION SHOD .., : .
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read Charles Whited's
for Hope
search equality you \
No Too Small :
column last Sunday. He, too, wrote eloquently. . Flip Wilsonin Large or : SUNDAY.,. APRIL 14, 19GB From 6 to 9 p.m ' .
town for a few days last week. Looking good, and we are so Miami Times is:',' AT '
proud of his accomplishments .That is it for this week. Till ry , :::: CLUB-_ ,
the next one . LIVE LIFE EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT. Call OX 10421 .: ,:t.Jtr. ..',l,1'i1IJi2'.a a.i, '-. ",.<'.a.Vs"l'..; Mc."...,i I ...",.).'.IIIII..I" "' ,llffri" 'U" __..',*nn" j'r"' 'I'" ','.:i.'.":'\
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PEACE! .' " : : "" h .: ''f."d.-:: '. "


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10 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, Ap'1I12 1968 I IFRED.DY'S
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The Dide County Common-
ity-Wide Citizens Commit-
tee's Easter Egg Hunt is "all
go" for Easter Sunday
Manor Park, NW 12th Avenue
and 48th Street, at 3 p.m., the
SUPERETTE chairman of the committee
Charles Hadley reported. '

There will be for the kid
6427 NW Klb Ayt. dies, free rides,kiddies'fash.
ion show, with 15,000 eggs to
be given away, and special
TO SAVE prizes for,the youngsters, including
free soft drinks.

TENDER CHIC GRADE'S The First Federal Savings
and Loan Association of Miami
is the chief sponsor,with
FRYERSLB. one of the county's most
prominent citizens contributing
a large number of the eggs.
The program's highlights
are as follows;
"':'. (,I.) Music. Drew..Junior Ufah
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--- Concert band.
21 (2)) Teenage
swing band.
Bef/iune-Coolbnan/ College Co-ed, Judy Brooks is shown painting an egg in pre (3)) Fashion show.
paration for the Easter holidays which begins at B-CC April J 17 and continue through I ((4) Songs, the incomparable
April 22. The 20-year-old Pittsburgh Pennsylvania elementary education major/ was j Priscilla Laverty
,SMOKED selected to be a fashion model recently by a Daytona Beach department store A\ ((5)) Awards, three Teen
sophomore, she is a graduate of Pittsburgh' Westernhouse High School. heroes.
(6) The distribution of the

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I Easter Sunday Services on NBC RadioTwo Throngs Mourn Dr. King's Death JJ ill

tional services Easter will Sunday be devo- basketball star, and actress Arlington, Va., will be broad- II) By JOHN A. DIAZ creed, to eliminate the vio- Luther King gave his life.The :;
Carla pinza, who will read the cast by the NBC Radio Network
lence of hate, the violence of Americanpeopleon national,
cast live the
by NBC Radio Easter story. Music will be trom7:30to 8 a.m. For the 16tl h Miami's religous commun-
Network. on April 14. performed by the Hope College consecutive year, the network ity's reaction to the assassination poverty, and the violence of state, and community levels
Easter prejudice which pervade our must now act to redress the
DawnServiceinRadio of Martin Luther
Choir of Holland, Mich., will present live coverage Dr. "
City Music Hall, New and the All City High School from the Arlington Amphi- King is that deploring the land. wrongs, the injustices,and the
York City will be In one of the many memorial evils which Dr.. King fought so
on NBC Ra- Chorus under the direction of theatre, and the service will tragedy is not enough,the era-
dio from 7 services for Dr.Kin g,Dr. gallantly. t
7:30 a.m. John Motley. be presented in cooperationwith dication of the evils he foughtis
The Rev. James : the Joseph R. Narot, in Temple I
H. Robin Other participants will include the Grand Encampment of answer.
Israel of Greater Miami tooka
son, executive director of Operation Alonso Castro and Judy Knights Templar of the United The interdenominationalgroup similar vein last "And finally," said D*. ;
Crossroads Africa, Kronin, who will dance to the States'of America. known as the Interfaith Friday Nirot, to the large congrega-
and associate minister of the "Hallelujah Chorus," concert The Rev Dr. Curtis W. V. Agency for Social Justice of night. tion, "the American people
Said he "It is true but not
Presbyterian Church of the singer Hilda Harris,folk singer Junker, Right_ Eminent Grand South Florida representing must now give of its means to
Convent, will preach the Eas- Bob Edwin and organist Prelate, Grand Encampmentof Catholics, Jews and Pro- enough to say, that Martin Lu- eradicate' the slums, to heal ,
ther King's death is the shame
ter sermon. Aretha Franklin, Hampson Sisler. testants dec la red;"We de- the deceased, to create work
Knights Templar, U.S.A. :
of America. It is true but not
noted singing star, will be the This service will be pre- will deliver the Easter Ser- clare the act of violence lead- 'for the millions of Negroeswho I
guest soloist, proclaiming the sented in cooperation with the mon. ing to the death of the Rev.Dr. enought, to say that we must wish to live intheAmeriI I
hope that nation will not be
Easter message. Protestant Council of the City M.irtin; Luther King. We deplore ' our can society in security and i
Highlighting this 49th annual of New York. Music will be performed by it because it is in violation torn asunder between black with dignity. Thus alone will :
the United States Marine Band and white. It is true, but not
service will beCazzieRus- Easter Sunrise Service in of one of the Ten Commandments our tribute to his memory be ,
sell, famed Knickerbocker Arlington National Cemetery, and because the enough, to say that Dr. King's more than a pious word."
and will live in
EASTER PICTURES victim name memory
of the act
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Now how far can 'you go? NoWhere. For no matter where t.

BROW BR1EFIIR you go, nor how fast you may travel to get there, when you arrive -
ARD you will find yourselfl! You are the victim of your dis-
content. Though he be dead. Martin Luther King will be your
L__ By LUTHER BRAYBOY, SR. constant companion for the rest o( your life. Ironical Isn't it,
that you pulled the trigger that took the life of a father and
out to be the real loser for
husband and you turned you
A great many: of yOU readers scoffed disbelief two Wl'p.1cC
died the minute it became obvious that wouldn't be
;ago when I told you that ray Mon.grel."Buck" could very you
speak shot down in the streets like the mad dog that you are.
Spanish. Be reassured, dear readers, that this is true and if
Conjecture would have it that you must be a man of some
you are a good listener
I can
take me up on it. prove samo anytime you care to military training due to your accuracy with the rifle. I disagreewith
this theory. Like mo, you could have got your training
Now the reason "Buck" and I can communicate is because
from stump shooting rabbits in Mississippi or any other deep
we are both superior listeners. He in English and I Spanish.
south state. No, you are not military caliber.
For many years this old Mongrel has imparted some sage When I think of how you will have to spend the rest of your
advice and the most uncanny predictions. Like me he has an'
abominable dislike for water in any form, so it was no sur- life running, cringing in fear at every knock on your door, y
prise to me when a few days ago he was howling and scratching listening to people call you every kind of fool name mentionable -
at the front door (he will not enter through a rear door) as I glow with inner satisfaction. For this is the only way .. -. ........ ... .-
though he was loco In you can be punished. I alone wish that you are never arrested.
sympathy I rushed to the door. "Com First Federal Savings and Loan Associaton of Miami reached -
in my friend," I said. "!h, senor am I glad you are home," Court procedures and crack lawyers might free you.This way a new milestone last week when it passed the half billion
he whinned "these, intolerable quirks of nature will be the you can never be a free man.Those who know you will not reveal dollar mark in assets. To celebrate the occasion with its staff
death of me yet." "Come now old dog"_ "Senor, do not call your idenity. Who wants to go down in history as having and show its appreciation for their decisive contribution to this
me 'old dog' mv name Is"Buck." "Ok.ok.' I saVe "In so far even a passing aquaintence with you! The devil himself has success, a drawing was held at the Downtown Office and cash
as we have to be shut in together we might as well remain amiable denied you and God never knew you. prizes were awarded to the winners. Mr. W. H. Walker, Jr.,
In summation I leave with this: Uthe sky above was my
you chairman of the Board of First Federal, drew the winning
"How are the pups?" I asked in an effort to put my most writing tablet, the staff of Mosses my pen, the waters of the names and presented the checks. Pictured with Mr. WalkerL
friendly foot forward. "They are all fine but one,' he answered. mighty oceans my writing fluid, and if I could manuever my ( to R) are $500 Grand Prize winner, Mrs. pearl Johnson,
"How's that?" I asked, somewhat alarmed. "Well, he is hands with the dexterity of Gods zigzag lighting. After I would and runners-up, Claude Hunter and Mary Alexander.
have written for ten thousand I would not have half expressed -
somewhat of a loner.Does not like the pack. You know the type. I
Makes it very hard on the dam to keep him fed you know. By my contempt for you!
the don't have You are the victim of your discontent. NO CREDIT NEEDED NOTHING TO SIGN
way, you anything warm around here that could
pep a fellow up a little?" "Like milk," I say." "Senor do not I DELIVERS
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friend, I counter, "Don't you think you are being overly Inapposite -
about the whole thing?" "Senor, at times you amaze
me with your complete like of insieht.You toast to better days
ahead and Mr. Johnson has Just given up the ship." ,"Well" I
say, I fall to see how Mr. Johnson's decision can make future 1 til,
events so dire as you imply. After all there are O1.'l.Oyable
men in this country who can take Mr.Johnson son's place and ;
perhaps do a better job" "Fill the saucer Senor,' he said, "I
see you need a little insighting on the political structure of
your great country." After lapping a second saucer of my liquid -

grapes this intellectual canine proceeded thus: "It standsto
reason that the Republicans do not have a candidate that
could beat his way out of a paper bag." "Hold on there old
dog." "Senor, do not call me old dog my name is Buck."
Ok, ok!" "But how do you get such an opinion when the polls 4 .t
have Richard Nixon as a shoo in?"Forget the polls," he said, t
"Nixon is a loser. The Republicans, if they want to get any-
where close to the White House they, have to come up with
someone better than Mr. Nixon." "Alright," I inquire, "Just 1
,who is this dark horse You think the Republicans might put on rJ

the track?" "Claude Kirk, my friend, who else?" "Claude ,,.
Kirk?" I roared.Whatln the namo of dog food gives you such /
an idea so way out in left field?' "Well,Kirk did a very good .
job of staying in the lime light before the nation during the recent Y .r
school crisis, right?" "Yes," I answer. "But that's not :
even a stepping stone toward such a great job as the presidency -

." "Ah, once again your lack of insightamazes me. You jF '
forget that television is the elector of presidents. Nixon on # ; i ; : nwt11'*, ,
TV is like a ball game on a rainy day. Now those Republicanswho

have not been "b r a i n wash e d" know they don't stand a ,,
chance on TV, so they have bowed out.So the only TV Repub-
lican left is Claude Kirk." "Old Dog," I say. You have had too

much liquid grapes. Besides it has stopped raining you may
join your four legged friends outside.Claude Kirk, Bahl! "stu- S t
pid dog!" "Or is he?"

Notes from a long fingernail My sincere apologies to the t ,
Jett Sett Club for my absence in last week's issue Mrs. Cecila i. a II 'l

Cox president, Dorothy McFadden v.p. .Mrs. Cora Hughleyis '
attending Florida Atlantic University in pursuit of her masters _ :' f'

degree in child education . George and Wilma pinder ,
and guests at the Derby Club . Mr. and M. s. Al Bryant at 4
the VFW ? Phil and Felix Deshazier on the strip at'the VFW :
. .Rufus Allen and Barbara Smith Johnnie Mae Smith . _

Miss Barbara Lewis . Past post commander C. B. Blount John Harris, Head Teller and graduate of Booker T Washington High School,
. The ever lovely Jo Ann Payne .. Miss Lillian Davis . always has a friendly greeting for the regular savers at the Roosevelt office.
Jennette Davis . Elinor Smith . Mr. and Mrs. Trotter
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Get your Times from Joe (the Boss) Cunningha m every
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.... T" i1i1 :..,.\.....,, ;,,:;, i,: A spring day in 1965,the Rev. Mart
marchers into
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',/ ,,' '<;....y .. : :'.;.:'\ "1'i'J' ; dirt street past old, decrepit shacks-
'_: : .,: ;{iL:: : There stood old women on their tiny&
: half-smiling, half-crying, holding
iS ping like little children. For perE
i knew pride -- and it showed
on their
::: You couldn't shake the faiths and!
: garded Dr. King as a prophet.

But being called a prophet was nott !
p was by a friend, who expected to follow I
times it was by his enemies, who mod
ter society and his methods for react
He believed he was a prophet.And it
criteria in the sense of the Old Te.

d strange inner fire, the conscience oft
1 i ; fought injustice. He held out hope for

k1'i bring this about. He preached that iU' \
through non-violence, not violence
'i'ie And like other prophets,he was kilt
for example -- thathepreachedaga t
an organizer; his campaign often dep
faded to nothingness without him He

is pfgomerr b Co use ing as he succeeded. He aroused hatred i

L after frtVv i 5jSa82! j/i/ 87K Finally, like other prophets, hedi
were ,
qy [)r fi and his tie join Miami Attorney when he felled
t T e were'.cireste' aciol was byanassassin'sb 1
i rr o a iet Children's Hospital
)t j ;" 6o go e y.s 6uslfine al in 1961.. Dr. King had won the Nobel Peaceto
o r on visit to
I "" hospital lead a protest march on behalf of g I

; led one such march and was prepare
I' .;. : threats on his life.
)',; ;;', sI\\\ / It is truly a measure of Dr.King's d ,
: shocked but also frightened. It wassh (
-- at another illustration ofthehatre I
fi ,, ,,, face of American society, this sick t
: To the fears of his own safety, he :
( __ 4 live:

"I just want to do God's will, and
4 mountain. I see the promised land

6 : J' '' : want you to know tonight that we as a pe I II
I ';i : am happy tonight that I am not wor i
man. Mine eyes have seen the ;
Those words were spoken by the roister
and a school teacher, born to rela i
Atlanta on Jan. 15, 1929. He skipp
school at 15. He graduated from Mor I
I was valedictorian of his class atCro f

ter, Pa., where he earned his bachel

/ fP av 1 I ton University's Methodist Seminar)
were always those who smirked at i II
academic career.
'' While in Boston, he met Coretta Scand t
o/ice oficer"s11'dl in ,to a cellpt ,
was studying for a concert caree
Pof a Headquartersrrif o o $ t,3, ' Dr,
Kinngolding case containing the Nobel .
of married in 195' ;
19588 as tfie ci '"s Music. They were
sttoDpedo; a sergeant 't Peace P/Pze'gold medal otter the presentat'on
Co ::24e s4?t e' (: as arrestedori Oslo,.Norway ,n December 10, 196 in Dr. King then took a pastorate t
eetgon dM ac ivp a g f.I to ing + A p Montgomery, but it was uneventful I
seamstress refused to give her seat to
# Dr. King called a mass meeting and i

1tr, "If you will protest courageously, ;
I : love, when the history books are wr t

torians will have to pause and say, "Tl
;; people--who injected new meaning ation.
.' This is our challenge and < u
A boycott was called for one day;on
with stubborn refusal to comproms! ,
4 Ings. It ended 383 days later when th
f ; kind of racial segregation unconstitu i il

% No Negro boycott |fad ever beena s
national figure. He spoke around th
t $ India to visit the grave of his hero, V. 1
: N violence and ironically, he too a vict n
A.M M ry rl The pattern for his career had been t.
ure. Where whites resisted blindly : n
they maintained order without viole E

tion, he failed
l The lesson was not learned by Eugf n
S D y h'ito. :ma c in Chicago severai sioner In Birmingham. He answere J
yeas ago, ;
with police dogs, cattle prods, and f'e
:J4j C church, killing four Negro children inS
4.Dt a the CIA
to Connor's violence though was
; ; King4 sjngEPoRePoul Ire a d y an international symbol, ]I
j96 Nt t thepgnt' fd!nd ing:, o ? Peace Prize In 1964 In recognition of
tiu l ar kusagftC a tqd e e the third N eg i r
human He was
and J l2g s "o de p" b yu.b .
youngest man ever so
Not long afterwards he moved lose
4 t campaign Dr. King apin met with sue
Sheriff Jim Clark. He made hundreds 0
a protest march was attempted toward I

ed it with tear gas, flailing clubs, and
Selma produced the Voting Rights A

: 4 Dr. King's most recent efforts were d

People's March onWashingtonthisSpr;
to the capitol, where they would live ;
Indefinitely to lobby in Congress for
open-housing legislation and improved
\ Whatever the burdens of his time, I
: E !, not too busy to answer a call from dE<
{ i f word the 1
: 1 feared that without a gentle
garbage strike would erupt In violence
',fir Preparing for his next march, Dr. K1:

day evening to inspire his followers, as
r pared to go to dinner, he stepped onto t
D othe ',dRe ArD .Kjng, { 9 ng a c owd oto Ch togo fresh air. He turned to his music dire(
e a i a + ousmy ect seve al ,
ago fr "My man, be sure to sing 'Precioi
They were his last words; seconds 1.

MEm BBa Baagapi jaaBBpnam a ar-aBc- mimn m Ba Bk: Mm aa8mB inaBMt iXE* aiBMroi V HH JaTl aWPBl MFMr''J iFJMri and the world had lost a great friend.
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King Jr., led his group of
ntgomery, Ala.He walked down a
, r
. typical of this old Southern town. ,i.v ; + v i YF af
ches or in their grassless yards, ;rte .',.,
> hands in front of them and clap- r" t.1;
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the first time in their lives they : .,
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>liefs these people had. Many re- / ;

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sometimes it
' ng new to Dr. King, .{ I "l.j
him to the promised land. Some- :m
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s dhis grandiose dreams of a being jr I __
them. II
t ay be true. He fulfilled all of the 1 .." -
ament. He was a man driven by a 4ijr -iii ;
t "
1 people--bothblack and white. Her I
i better life. He trusted in God to

Ii uld happen through love, not hate; Ly i
e by fomenting the evils--violence,
t t. Like other prophets, he was not
ded on his mystical presence and
rOr: Kling gives fiery speech m Miami in "
fled in specific projects as often Rev. King [igjagn v uig city of New ViorKfls April r ,l g6' gar
, many.a Meda 'on of onor on Dec, 7, 1964. Mayo Robert T .
r per
martyr, almost predictably so, Wagner made the presentation as.Mrs 7Cing looked 'a w

I let on April 4, in Memphis, Tenn.
rize and he died while preparing
rbage collectors.He had alreadyto
lead another despite repeatedath

that America was not merely
3 cked at the senselessness of it all
hat seems to lie so near the suction -

id, in Memphis, with 24 hours toHe

has allowed me to go up to the
. may not get there with you, but IpIe
e will get to the promised land.
r ied about anything. I'm fearing no
ory of the coming of the Lord. J17/
a I ister who was the son of a min-
a vely comfortable surroundings in
three and completed high
r house College in Atlanta at 19. Heo :\ \I II't: r .: A : _
o Theological Seminary in Ches- ,
_ __ _ _
t divinity decree at 22. At Bos-

he earned his Ph.D. at 26. There, x;'' y + + : 'r '1Dr. and Mrs. K in on re ent. MPamt visit.r .
"Dr.," unaware of his brilliant

; tt, who had grown up near Selma,
e at the New England Conservatory r
I, and had four children. Former VicePresident Richard Nixon mr tsrw r--, +, yi + ;
t Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in .t w"ithiDc. King toyTdiscuss racialprob/err s,on June' ? ,1, ., ,,, y x ? '4M

n i Dec. 1, 1955, when a Negro
white man on a Montgomery bus.
ld the people:
J and yet with dignity and Christianten
in future generations, the his-
'j 3 relived a great people -- a black
dignity into the veins of civiliza-
ur overwhelming responsibility."
J day led to another,and it was met
3 with arrests, firings, and bombS. -
. Supreme Court declared this
1 ional.
successful, and Dr. King became
country.He made a pilgrimage to
" atrra Gandhi, the apostle of non-
t m of an assassin.
1 lined by this success and a fail-
nd violently, he succeeded. Where
e or offered a degree of coopera-

ne"Bull"Connor, police commisDr. -
, King's demonstration in 1963
e loses, others unknown bombed a
ISunday school. The nation's answer
Civil Rights Act of 1964.
:,t Dr. King was: awarded the Nobelof
his non-violent efforts to secure
g f r o, the twelfth American, and the'elma """

,Ala., to begin a voting-rights
access as assured by Dallas County f if ?wSS
S i arrests in two months and when
+' 'rP+ ( Rev.. tKir b'g e o cut ;wile;
d the capital,Alabama police checkd 2 King rvilh'famIy, of March\ )963. 2pener g 'h ut o a testa ing iii
; trampling horses. t gglem d tm t 958. p
was ''la'e to or a nt,
Act of 1965. .. ; ing a
e i directed toward his projected Poor
pring.He planned to bring thousandse
in a shantytown and would remainr
job help, better low-cost housing, 7C1 w l J '+
ed welfare plans.

", however, Martin Luther King was
desparate friends in Memphis, who _
e> bitterness engendered by the long
ting planned a rally for last Thursas -
was often his custom. As he pre-
othe' balcony his motel roorp for rT

rector and said: aor'y/ of+ e Lo a e ewhe/ e D e K ''
.ous> Lord' tonight and sing it well
s later a bullet crashed into his neck
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18 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 12, 1968

t, Round TalkBY About Lindslc r Lumber '

SHOCKER OF THE WEEK . The death of Dr. Martin $ Beach" HEAVY o GALVANIZED
"Florida Ttsfod" "Golden
Luther King, Jr., America's fore most exnonent of nonviolence I \
In the struggle for Civil Rights, was shot down April 4 by an ENTRANCEDOOR
assassin's bullet in Memphis: Tenn,as tie stood on the motel DRIVEWAYSEALER I

balcony where he stayed during his march to back Memphis' C C )ft.11 ft.I 11.-m II. lckUD

1,300 striking sanitation workers. (Mostly Negroes). King, mmm I
Nobel Peace Prize winner, outstanding leader,dedicated citizen w _"y
was without a doubt, "God's gift to the world." Rev. King '$, f" CHAIN LINK FENCING
was slain by a white man. One white woman said during the FIVE 4iI
Friday morning rally in "Honor of King," at Central Park, 'GALLONSA ;:.ww;: FURI8 -
"Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King has gone to take his place in
Heaven. He was picked up by "P. T. Boat 109' with John F. Th .. door ars the "j.w.l." of ull"
Kennedy as Commander. The white giant from the North, and 'i horn .ntrance.1 l So different, MSTUinilimAMUU 2.ftl
the Black giant from the South, meeting at the "Cross Roads, to attracUvel l They speak quality r.
descending to the stars together smiling, their work on earth elegance and high fashion!

well-done. $LII
We all knew that M. L. King was a great man, but until his
death no one realized how great. President Johnson canceledhis quality coating that resists wa. PLASTIC
trip to Hawaii console the nation.Union leaders, stores, tar, petroleum derivatives and
weathering. Msets U.S. Air Force
factories, managements stopped work for 24 hours with no re- and Federal RPOO3Scc (OSA-FSS) PIPE
gards to the millions of dollars lost. Flags across the nation 8peciUcaUolI.Fumicatl.
(also the world) lowered to half mast in honor of this great
man. The New York State Building that's being built in Harlemto :> 100% POLYETHYLENE!
be named the "Martin Luther King Building." Bob F. Ken-
nedy (campaigning for Democratic nomination for president) Your House Designed to you can 1-INCH DIAMETER? 3V*' RUN .
sent a chartered plane to be at Mrs. M. L. King's disposal to Install your systeml own 1 -INCH DIAMETER ,...5' RUN. PT
fly her where ever she had to go. Bobby Kennedy then called Fog Cut with saw or 1 INCH DIAMETER .... ..1' RUN FT.:
off his campaigning until King's funeral was over. The naton a knife! Easy thumb. 1y-INCH DIAMETER... ? RUN. FT.
CUTS connections!IA'NY
was hit with much violence and looting in the major cities The Blast! EASILY! clamp 1 IVi-INCH DIAMETER...ff RUN, F1,
National Guard had to be sent into manycities and towns. Mon-
day, April 8, while in Memphis to pay Tribute to Dr. King, we */3*
saw a "Town without Pity," a city of shame and,disgrace a <\\'ft::. !t I .' KMP roof-wator from "'' :r": +,
people in disgust and fear. Many times, as we spoke with the KILLS ROACHES l . ,. , damaging lawn and ...
people of Memphis, we detect them apologlzig,as it they had ANTS Fleas, Ticks, throbs! Why have a rainwater doorway y!'".
this critic a 1 time to live over, it would be to live closer toKing's Silverfish and other ITEM II r4'.\

Ideals. __ . flying and crawling insect : Attractive"TYPE ::Y-: '
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to use aa directed. Contains Ron. IiICLIP : SaIeERIA/a

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ATLANTA A SHOW PLACE . Arriving in Atlanta about ' ,'"
645 a.m. April 9, we find a city of excitement and strangers. #. ytIYl '! People from all walks of life and parts of the world gathering a : ;
to pay tribute to one of Americas men that has walked this
land, with a song In his heart "This Land Is Mine." There
crossing the street is Aretha Franklin(Ain't no way) . I ia mm ma* OUT, FILL IN ---I FLORIDA
stoped Diana Ross(my forever came today)the Supremes, Sen. BRING OR SEND TO ANY STORE II TESTED REAL AlD fASWIA4'ED

Eugene McCarthy (President hopeful), Richard Nixon, Ted 2 NAME . . . . . . . . . . . . . QUALITY WAT
Kennedy, NY Sen. Jacob Javits, Jackie Kennedy(Mrs. JFK), I
singer Mahalia Jackson and many others.This is Scoop Bethelin I ADDRESS . . . . . . . .. . . . . I
Atlanta saying time and tide wait for no man. CUNXWK.DANIELS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
I PHONE . . . . . . . . . . . . . I M
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!: N.W.7th Ave.& 127th St.-Ph.681-7471 2160 S.W.27th Ave.-Ph.443-7432 Stores also
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Black Tuesda v F orAll Of Us j... The Chimer NEWS Advisory Com
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:::: By DAVE BONDU ready gathered at Morehouse said, "I do not want to be knownas 0 h D son; Arthur Goldberg; are certain that his life will not mittee voted to spearhead at the a

:jl A:;:.: College Campus, and many of a Nobel peace Prize Win- Chief of Protocol A. Biddle have been in vain. Dedication Ceremony Ritz Comm rn-
April 9 was BLACK TUESDAY them had been there since as ner When my funeral Is Duke and his wife ; Nathan newly acquired for

in America. It should bea early as 4 a.m.,waiting for the preached I do not want the Schewerner of N. Y., the father Among them were ambassadors Ity merly Recreation known as Center the Ritz Thea-,

National Holiday across the 2 p.m. service. Martin Luther number of awards I have received of Michael SchwernertheCivil ,from Kenya, Ghana,,
nation, yearly, and I believe't King was the unoffi- mentioned, I want tobe Rights worker who was Nigeria India, Norway,Cana- ter, which was acquired
through an In-Kind Contribution. -
it will eventually be. cial Black President of the who tried to slain near Philadelphia, Mis-
known as a man da, Great Britian, Ethiopia, The building will be utili-
Democrats and Republicans, U.S. and his funeral was compared help somebody on my journey sissippi.Dr. Jamaica Nicaragua,assistant
all denomi- zed in the following manner;
of religious
people with that of John Fitz- through this world.If I can help ambassador of African states,, movies for the children dur-
nations, the wealthy, the poor, gerald Kennedy. It was the lar somebody, I will feel that my foreign diplomats,
73- many fash-
national politicians and the Benjamin Mays, ing the summer months,
the "
gest funeral for any civilian life will not have been in vain. President Emeritus Richard Nixon, ,Senator Ed- contests
the black white year-old ion shows, talent ,
working man
was broadcast busi-
throughout Millions of offices, ward Kennedy Senator McCarthy -
of Morehouse series
all held hands and College pre- sporting events, and a
yellow the
world by sattehte.Moscow nesses, and scheduled affairs sented the eulogy. Mihalla Bobby and Ethel Ken- of forums
sang "We Shall Overcome" in the meeting of the worlds and closed in
were postponed sang. Governors and officials nedy, Jacquelyn Kennedy,, As you probably know, the
tribute to a man preached -
powers paused in tribute to' recognition of Martin Luther, declared of mourning in George Rommey, Governorand
a day Credit Union has been operat-
and love to the
faith, hope this great American who lov- from all
and Ambassadors many states. New York Stock Mrs. Rockefeller, Hubert ing in the hallway of the Cen-,
world. Regardless of their political ed all men, even those who hated over the world were present at Bunche
Exchange, PGA Golf tourna- Humphrey, Dr. Ralph ter. Through the efforts of Ar-
or religious differencesthey what he stood for. the funeral. ment, Major League Baseball Roy Wilkins Whitney Young, thur King, Center Director,he
were Joined together for "He left a legacy of love for A1 1 s o a delegation of Cali- games, Hollywood's Academy Joe Black, Jackie and Rachel'l. has been able to get In-Kind
one purpose, and they all all," said Dr.RalphAbernathyfrom fornians bearing the flag of the Awards,.were all postponed or Robinson, Mr. and Mrs.Harry Contributions for the con-
seemed to know the words to the Ebernezer Baptist Republic California;George closed. Services were' held Belefonte, Sidney Poitler,, struction of an office building.
the hymns that were sung, Church during the services, Bundy of the Ford Foundation, throughout the country, Sammy Davis: Jr., Ertha Kitt> at the Culmer Site and these
proving that there might be a He also said, "he dreamed a Senator Brooke of Missachu- ,
was a Black Tuesday, but we Governor and Mrs John efforts were made possible,.
difference in the manner in dream of world brotherhood. settes; Rabbi'''Abraham Her- feel that it is a day that will say, Mayor of Atlanta Ivan 1 from a state and local level.
which the song is presented, He worked not for black power shet, American Jewish Coun- bring the dreams of Martin Allen, Walter Washington,> The Liberty Black Club located
they are all songs of worshipto . did not aprove of whit*- cil of Churches; Bishops W. R. Luther King into a reality. It Miyor of Washington, D. C.I at 1975 NW 3rd Court are
One God.Oaehundred. power . but wanted a trulj' Wilkes, Jr., John Wright, 60 will make Americans sit back Senator Jacob Javits Marlai 1 looking for new members. If
integrated society where white> congressmen and senators; and take another look at our Brando, Charles Evers, Johi 11 you live in the area of NW 3rd
fifty-thousand and black were both a part o;:f Henry Arrington, Dr.Calvin society, government and the Doar, form r Assistant Attorney Ct. and interested in becoming
persons marched through the the government and all phase:5 and, Edwin Shirley, Richard world. This will be a better General and head of Civi 1 affiliated with a Block Club,
streets behind the m"Jledrawn of American life" Gardner, former Governor of world for all In a very short: Rights Division of the U. S.; please contact Mrs. Earnes-
wagon that carried his body, In the tape played of Martir 1 Georgia Carl Saunders,and time because Martin Luther John McComb, former heado If tine Taylor at the above address -

and more than 30,000 were al- Luther King's last sermonhE<- Georgia State Senator Leroy King lived among us, and we i I intelligence agency. _ in Apartment No. 4.SAVE .

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Is survived by wife Bertha
RANGE HOUSE OF ALBERTJohn oe sister Carrie White; one

|: t CARDS A TIADEATHrI I Mrs. pear lie Brown of 3371 NW 18th Thompson Ct., Opa-locka, Sr.,,15830 died brother-in-law Fannie nieces Golden, Hattie George one M. Lockett nephew; two,

NW 210 Ter., died April 9.She April 3. Among survivors are ; ,
one great nephew
Frank a Eric ;
is survived by a son ; two sons John Jr. and Services
L. Lockett.
Verdell Cars- Saturday
granddaughter Vivian Williamsof

IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSThe well; seven grand children; 27 one New daughter York City;two sisters, April 13, at 11 a.m. lathe
She will chapel.
great grandchildren. Pinder and Easter
I Florence
In sad but loving memory of family pf,the late lie in state Thursday and then Johnson; one brother Nicholasten Mrs. Emma Long, 709 SW

our loved oneOLIVE ANTHONY CRB MITCHELLtake sad remembrance of ourloving shipped to Auburn, Ala.,for grandchildren; nieces and 4,Ave., Homestead died April

this method in expressingtheir husband, father and final rites. nephews. He will lie in repose 9. Among survivors are hus-

gratitude to all who help grandfather,... in the chapel Fridayafternoon band James; one brother
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ed lighten our burden. Luther Gibson of 1305 NW remains will go to St. Mary'sW. Rufus Perry. Arrangements

Your visits,prayers,cards, 71st Ter., died April 8. He is M. Church 7 a.m. Satur- are incomplete.

telegrams, florals, phone N survived by his wife Mable; a day, April 13. Sevicesat330 *. *. *. *. *

t calls, cars and other kindness : : daughter Mary Elizabeth; two p.m.
and Luther Jr.
r, rkGnr will long be remembered. sons Stanley ;
two Velinda A. Charity Louise Majorof
Clifton Charles ,
Space will not allow us to ,
Street In Coco-
/ Y 3525 Plaza
and Veronica S.
Washington St. died April
2050 NW 63rd ,
name you individually. Spec-
nut Grove died April 4. Ser-
Robinson a goddaughter Patricia ,
ial thanks to Rev. CleoAlbury ; 6. Among survivors are one
bro- vices were held Tuesday at
Washington one ,
for his words of comfort, to ; daughter Lillian Miller; seven
ther sister. Services will 10 a.m. at Christ Episcopal
; one Edith
Range Funeral Home for their sisters Patsy, Gloria, ,
be conducted Friday April 12 church, Fr. Theodore Gibson
H and
Ivadell Perdora Jenning
courteous and efficient ser- ,
at 3 In Jordan Grove Bap- officiating. She is survived by
vice. The motorcycle clubs for p.m. Lillie M. Miller two brothers
their kindness given the tist Church. Leroy and Burtis Miller. Re- a son Joseph; six daughters,

neighbors and friends of 76th pose Friday at 5:30: p.m. in the Iva Hopkins, Juanita Bethel,

... ., St. May God bless everyone. Mrs. Lena Lewis of 2300 NW chapel until shipping time Saturday Georgie Madison, Dorothy
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154th St., died April 6. She Is April 13, at 730; p.m. Pinder, Ernestine Rolle and

BLANCHE Maxine M. Mitchell, wife who departed this life April 9, survived by her husband Cut- to Nassau, Bahamas, for final Yvonne Major; one sister Har-
tis mother Mrs. Topsy Watson riett Bethel
FARQUHARSON SCAVELLAwho Keith, Charles, sons 1961. ; rites.
departed this life April Carol, daughter A precious one from us is goneA ; a brother A. V.Jr.; threeaunts' *. *. *. * Sophia Kinsey, the infant -

16, 1966. voice we loved is stillA Earlena Watson,Olivia Mrs. Lillie Mae Stafford of daughter of Cornelia Kin-

May the Lord bless youand place is vacant in our home Brown and Jessie Wacasey; 3227 NW 51st Ter., died April sey of 1320 NW Gist St. #39,

keep you, the Lord make his IN MEMORIAMIn The world can never fill. two uncles Tommy Watson and 5. Among survivors are mo- died April 8.., Graveside ser-

face to shine upon you, and begracious memory of the late Sheldon Brown; one niece";five ther Ida M. McCall; one aunt, vices will be held Thursday,
Marie Ingram wife nephews. Services willbe conducted April 11. Survivors include
unto you. The Lord Mrs. Evelyn Brown and host
lift up his countenance upon Eric and Reo Ingram, sons Saturday, April 13, at of other relatives and friends. mother and other relatives.

you, and give you peace, both Rose Marie Mobley, step- Mt. Zion AME of Opa-locka. Services Saturday April 13,at *. *. * *.

now and evermore. daughter 2 p.m. in the chapel. BAIN'S
Tyrone and Shelia Evans, Mr. J. B. Brown of 1325 NW *. *. * *
grandchildren. 58th St., died April 9, In Jack- Mrs. Rosa Lee Ashford of
The Family: Lee Harry Green,House 45,
Edwin A. Scavella, husband son Hospital.He is survived bya So. Dade Labor, Homestead, 3706 Percival Ave., died April

Manette Scavella, sisterGwendolyn z son and daughter John B.and died April 8.Among survivors 5, at Jackson Hospital. She is

'.Johnson, Mable Y Joreatha; and his father J. B. are parents Mr. and Mrs. survived by one son Louis; one

Daniels, Edwina Scavella IN MEMORIAMIn There will be no local ser- Henry Green; six sisters; five daughter MRS. Beulah Bunyan;
vices. Final rites will be con- six
grandchildren three sisters
brothers grandmother. He ; -
daughters; memory of my beloved ducted in Dublin Ga. ;
one brother Services
will lie in repose in the Per- ; ;
Grandchildren and other husband, and father Friday at 9:30 p.m., to S. Cal will be held Saturday, at 2 p.m.
relatives.IN Bobby E, Tomlin of 14801 at St.
Friday at 9:30: p.m., to South Mary's Baptist Church,
Lincoln Blvd. Richmond Hgt. Carolina. Rev. W. F. Tanner, officiating
JOHN A. STEPHEN SR. died April 2. He is survivedby i *. * *
* * T T
MEMORIAMIn - - who departed this life on Apr 11 his parents Mr. and Mrs. Lory Bradwell, 675 NW 17U Lonnie Bailey of SW 219thSt.

MR. WILLIAM E. PORTERwho 12, 1964. Bobby E. Tomblin Sr; three St., Apt.4, died April Ser- ., Goulds died April 8, at

loving memory of our departed this life April Greater love hath no mm brothers; three sisters; two vices were held Saturday fro Jackson Hospital. He is sur-

...,husband and father, 8, 1967. than this that a man lay down grandmothers; a grandfather. dear friend Mrs. Mary Br vived by a friend Mrs. Mattie

_.u,,.. He was Just a plain love one his life for his friend. Services were conducted Saturday dear Friend Mrs. Mary Byrd. fagan and other relatives.

_, with his loving smile each day. As time goes on we miss you f ', April 6.James .,\ Ter., Nor th Miami, died, Services will be held Mondayat .

He always tried to do good for more and your memory will V' Ter* North Miami, died 2 p.m. in the chapel.

others as he Journeyed on his forever be cherished In our March 30. Services were helc *. *. *. *. *.
way. hearts. Brown of 845 NW 77 Monday in the chapel. Among
St., died April 3. He is sur- survivors RICHARDSONDavid
1 are one son Geol
Sadly missed by vived by his mother Josephine
Sadly by; C. Ferguson; twobrothers.Ave. .
The Porter Familyand four sisters Virginia West, Solomon Mills died
., died April 6th
other relatives and friendsIN Loving wife and children Margaret Hill, Vanlena Wil- survivors are five sisters Among, Ma s-, April 5. He is survived by a

Y Evelyn Stephen liams, and Bernice Williams; survivors are five sisters mother Nita and father Leo-

MEMORIAMIn Larry, John A. Jr. three brothers Clarence, Le- Lillie M. Brown, Eula Thorn-, nard; two grandmothers; one

Maxine and Beverly roy and Willie; two uncles Hams, Bessie Limos three br great grandmother; one
loving of our Willie
memory and Benjamin several
; Hams, Bessie Limos three grandfather; three sisters;
dear mother ;
nieces and nephews. Services two brothers; three aunts

were conducted Monday in the *.. * * three ;
T T T -. -services-- ._ worn n......
ELTON HARRIS Henry Green; six sisters; five conducted Wednesday in

who departed this life Easter family of the late brothers; grandmother. He Bethel Baptist Church.

Sunday morning, April 10, Mrs. Phillis will lie in repose in the Per-
1966. .ELIZABETH JOHNSON Morganof3066 rine chapel until shipping time Wilbert McKahan of 157 NW
NW 46th
St., died Thursday, Friday at 9:30 16th St. died April 8 in
God sees when the footstepsall express our appreciation for April 4 in> Jackson Hospital. p.m., to South
Carolina. Hospital. He is survived
falter. ;
Mv the
kindness shown She is
during six
our by sons
* * one ton Wilbert Jr
jby .
When the one
has ,
pathway grown time of sorrow. Your numerous Arthur and Henry Phillips ;
too Lory Bradwell 675 NW 17th daughter-in-law Mary three
steep. cards, letters telegramsand Robert Lee, James Alphonsoand ; ,
Then he touchesthe weary flowers will two St., Apt. 4, died April 3. Services 'grandchildren Catherine and
never be for- Lacy; brothers Norris !'Willie
eyelids gotten. Morgan and Cornelous were held Saturday from jo and Darrell. Ser-
And gives his dear ; the chapel. Among ,vices are incomplete.
ones sleep. Special thanks to Rev. I. C. two sisters Arlene Miley and survors a
Mlcklns, and the entire Mt. Willette Stevenson. Services Friend Mrs. Mary Byrd. ---
* *. *
Joetta Harris wife *
Olivette Baptist Church will be
} also conducted Thursday HURST CHAPEL
Patricia Harris, daughter : the friends and neighbors. April 11, at 3:30 in the, Husler Cooper, 1554 NE 151
: p.m.
1 ,. . Ter. North
-- -- --- .;.. Miami, died
chapel. Rev. J, B.Garmon,pastor
MRS MARY ARMBRISTER The Johnson Family 30. Services were held Jean
CARD OF THANKSThe Townsend, reporter
died April, 1962buriedApril Monday in the chapel. Among
14, 1962. Anthony Perkins of 8015 NW survivors are one son George were very happy to have
family of th late Now the 21st Ave. died C. Ferguson Rev. Tann to preach our morn
*>< Laborer's task is CARD OF THANKSThe Wednesday, ; twobrothers. ing sermon last Sunday.,
over, April 3, in Sunland Training * * *

OSCAR GOINS JR. Now the battle-day is past; family of the late School in Orlando. He Is sur- Percy Limos 1918 NW 2nd come All out members for are asked to

who departed this life April 1, Now upon 'the farther shore MR. OTIS STRIGGLESof vived by his parents Mr. and Ave., died April 6th Among Mrs. Sunrise service.
Daisey Miles and
1968 wish to express thanks Lands the voyager at last. Mrs. Walter Perkins; sister survivors are five sisters
Daytona Lula
Beach, Florida Lillie Cleveland directors of
and Sandra; a brother Walter n M. Brown Eula
gratitude to everyone who takes this ; thorn- the
to youth for
helped make our grief easier Earth to earth,and dust to dust sincere gratitude expressour his grandparents Mr.and Mrs. ton, Mary McKay, Annie Williams wonderful Easter have a

o to bear during our recent bereavement Calmy now the words we say; kindness shown for the Walter Perkins, Sr., and Mr. Bessie Limos; three program preparedfor

Left behind, we wait in trust hours of during the Sam Strachan. Services were brothers, Rejoice, Julius and us, please come out.
our We have
c For the resurrection day. bereavement. conducted Wednesday, April George Services Mrs.Geneva Brown
Your visits, cards, tele- Father, in thy gracious keep- Thanks for the many telegrams 10 at 3 p.m in the chapel. April 13atlp.m.inthecahpel Saturday for our new Layman president.
grams, flowers and florals, and cards Choir m
prayers, Ing leave me now thy servant *. * *. issponsoring a
cars, food and other donations. Musical program
sleeping. Mrs. Martha White of 2436 April 21.
Mrs. Edna Cheever sister Ernest C. Stewart of 6820 They are
f Special thanks to Rev.A. M The Family NW 64th St., died April 6. She asking the coopera-
Daughtry and El ma NW 15th Ave., died in Jackson is tion of the entire church.
Griffin, members and officers Striggles Hospital April 6, He Is survived survived by husband, Bass; Let us for sickand
of New Shiloh Baptist Church eight daughters, pearl Swan- pray our
by a friend
Brothers Mrs. Mable shut.
CARD OF an of *" Ins.
and Church of Christ Written Daniels. son, Pear lie L. Terrell, Eliza

,, In Heaven. Dr. A. M. Cohen M. Clark, Ethel M. Rogers,
of lafe
famly the
and staff of VA Hospital, and THANK YOU F lor n in e Daniels, Lucinda, SOUTH DADE NEWS

?, the 49th St. Baptist Church, ABE MITCHELLexpresses Harvey Kinsey of 1877 NW Rebecca White, Glendora

Rev. Stanley,neighbors of 47th their appreciationfor Thany you for your thought- 47th Ter., died April 8. He is i Jackson; five sons Curtis, Easter Sunrise Service will

Terrace and 63rd Street, the the kind thoughts,flowers, fulness and kindness at the survived by his wife Essie M. Lewis, Johnny B. Hosla; and be held at Mt. Morlah Baptist

Lily White No. 192 and the staff services rendered by friends, time of our bereavement It his mother Julie; two sisters Bass Jr. Services Saturday, Church of Perrine, on Easter

of Range Funeral Home. cards, and special thanks to was most appreciated. Blouise and Wessie M. Hunt;; April 13 at 3 p.m. at Kingdom Sunday morning. Rev. W. C.

the Neighbors of 19th Avenue six brothers Robert, Randolph Hall on 54th St. NW 12th Ave. Edcar will deliver the sermon.

The Duncan, Weldon, and and NW 59th Street. From Mr. and Mrs. George Willie, HUbert, Jimmie L. and The public is welcoma.

Goins families Ruby Lee Daniels, niece Mclain and Family Johnnie B. James Lewis Haywood, 1207 Mrs. Mimmte{ Williams Is

NW 62nd St., died April 8. He now home from the hospital.Vl .

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. "'" ., Channel 2 TV Auction Circus Coming UpFeel Carver-.4s -

pjjqy _- .. ,, .

like expanding a bit? York State Coat of Arms. This is one of the most su- Ranches ,pr
Want: something from where perbly designed and worked
the action is?Well,com to the Governor David F. Cargo of medals we've ever seen. It
Channel 2 televised auction New< Mexico, gives a bowl too would mean even more if News I
circus for '68 .. April 22-271 -- and it goes back to an even, you're from Nebraska u and By Walter Bow.

earlier American heritage lots of us are, aren't we?
Channel 2 doesn't get into It's hand made of black clay by The Pulpit Aid will cele-

politics .. but the big peoplein an original American --Na- 3 rings -- circus for '68 -.. brate their third anniversary
politics have given to the va jo Indian. Signed and one of be a part of it -- donate-- bid Sunday, April 21, beginning at
auction. They think community a kind u this little item ts and buy -- 'get that expanded 3 p.m. Everyone Is asked to
television is worthwhile. and something we'd all appreciate Spring new life feeling with please come out and help make
I they know that the auction pro- having at home or office Auction '68. this anniversary a success.
. jj ..
i vides 30% of the operational Ronald Reagan sent his own Sister Janie Davis, president

'bp budget book, "W b e r e's the Rest of ATTENTIONAll and Rev O. W. Foster,
Me" -- and his pastor.
autograph isn't Silverstone
Nelson Rockefeller isn't Singing
I running so they say .. but you made with a rubber stamp! Convention members who have The No. One Usher Board will
: can have one of two silver revere interest in the said convention celebrate their anniversary,
Governor Norbert Tie-
bowls which he gave to the mnnn of Nebraska has givenone please be present at an Important Sunday, April 14, at 3pmWe
I, auction ..- if you offer the highest of the most exciting little board meeting, at st, are hoping to make this anniversary
ti bid. These bowls are 7 .. asilver James Baptist Church, one of the biggest in
gifts centernnial
inches in.diameter and they Charles and Hibiscus,Coconut the history of Ebenezer Bap-
""'_' .-"tz.-. ... _..., .,. I medallion, which is stamped Grove
-"' r ""' "' .t. b ;.. ...i are engraved with the NewF. April 15, at 7:30 p.m. tist Church, so won't you
99.99% silver and which is
Mrs. Berdell Rutland of Business of importance.
please plan to
Jacent to the straw market it registered 'number in the
1941 NW 58th St., is just back W. WOOLWORTHF. by Bro. Otho Scarbro, president
from a fun cruise to Nassau i was easy to shop,swim,sight- State House with the name, and Sister A. E. Anderson Brother William Beasl y,
see and enjoy native calypso etc., o f the eventual owner. presidentOn
aboard thecompletely air- secretary.
limbo and rhumbas at night.Of W. Woolworth Company,
conditioned S. S. Bahama Star course, there was entertain- joins the nation in mourningthe Friday night April Ib,
_ . Eastern Steamship Lines' ment aboard ship too. .in ad- tragic 1 loss of a great alit c4a1emariam there will be a fish fry at the
popular cruise ship. With the dition to fine meals ..all included American, Dr. Martin Luther ( home of Deacon and Mrs..Ivory
Bahama Star tied right at the King Jr. 1929-1968. ' ,"
in the fare. 't t. .: Goodwin, 904 NW 8th St.Hal-
dock in downtown Nassau, ad- ;' t'j'I\
,',.j.. 1 landale.

The Rev. B, L. Mack, pas-
i tor of New Macedonia Baptist

Church, left Monday to attend
Iit emorinn1 :.i,.ir the funeral services of Dr.

Martin Luther King, Jr., civil

To rights leader.

The South Broward V.F.W.
Post No. 8195 held their nominations -

:!f1r. ttrtht ruttier ilt9, Wr.0 the post of officers home.Nominationsand last Sundayat

our election will be held
-' w Sunday, April 28, at 5:30: p.m.
Members please be present.

DR. MARTIN LUTHER, KING, JR. The Charmettes Club will
19291968A have their party this Friday,
NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF CHRISTIANS AND JEWS man of Integrity, loyalty and devotion. He heard the at the VFW post No. 8195 in

groans of the people. He pleaded for equality of oppor- W. Hollywood. Come and enJoy -
tunity. He strove for the BROTHERHOOD OF MAN. It a nice evening of fun,
is our plea that all men dedicate themselves to the fulfillment music, and refreshments. Mr.
of THE DEMOCRATIC "DREAM." David Merritt, president. "

The Gay Ladies Club will
.'''' have their
wo Saturday evening
it ,
HKL ,I j.Lb
parry, beginning at 12 noon at
the V. F. W. Post No. 8195on

( ) ;(,j, Pembroke Rd Come one,
,1 1
faIfy .<\}t1.-. come all and enjoy yourselves.Mrs. .
Mildred James
\ <'i president
.. .
., .
; .
t /1
".-;...;:- ; tt. J: emorium )4," Zeta phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Outstanding
; '
:; ,. ; Mrs.: Lenora B. Smith, President
,'. Mrs. Ruth North Polite, Chairman of Executive Board Citizen'sNominations

'T" - .
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Reti. a1ariin Wr. The Dade County Outstanding -
Ifiufqer inB Citizen's Award Com-

mittee is 'accepting nomina-
tions from recognized local
civic and service groups for
r asr ? 41I their choice of a man or woman
who, in their estimation
I has performed an outstanding
single function for the good of
: 'the Jlfetleral Jixecnttoe fflonncil Dade County during 1967.
ComesGetSf Nominations should be received
by the committee, 742Sey-
bold Building, Miami, Florida
33132, not later than Monday,
representing all civilian and military IS April 20. The awards will be
presented to one Dade Countyman
and one woman, Wednes-
I 1t
day, May 1st at a 12:00 lunch
eon at the Sheraton-Four Ambassadors -

personnel in the greater 4Thztnti urea Hotel, Miami.

The event, now in its 21st
year, is sponsored by Sholem
Lodge 1024 of B'NaiB'rith,together
with a cross section of
expresses its deep sorrow in the dent local civic clubs,and societies.
AFOOD, CERTIR Award Patron is Joseph M.
Lipton, President of Dade
Federal Savings and Loan Association -

," ,,' of Miami. Current
', \,, : ,.' nominations include
uf a great American ''' '' f !""';},1, :
.... James L. Knight, President,
Herald publishing Co., nominated
by pood Will Industriesof
635-4794 South Florida Mrs Ellen
Wynne, nominated byNational
Hemophilia Association, Mrs.
Chester "Dena" Leiter, by
Heart Association of Greater
George Kilpatrick Does Miami, Abe S. Goldman, by
Beth Kodesh Congregation.

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Rev. O. Taylor, pastor Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor Rev. A, M.Griffin,pastor
Eula McNeal, reporter Willie J. Beard, reporter Cheryl English, reporter e
"""" The Sunday School will pre Oa: Sunday,at 3 p.m. the Sun Sunday at 4 p.m. there will

sent our annual Easter pro- day School and Baptist Train- be an Easter program,everyone -
gram which will be given at ing Union will present their is invited.
3 p.m. Sister Emily Williamsis Annual Easter exercises. Easter Sunday sunrise ser-
the sponsor. Services will Special attraction will be the vice will be held at New Hope

conclude at 6:30: p.m. Junior Superintendent's Spec- Baptist Church, Rev Simms,
The pastor is reminding all ial choir. Come out and hear pastor J ,
members that on Thursday the this group, led, organized and Men's Diy is the fourth Sun I '

O. L. Nickleson and congre- is being conducted by our Junior day in May everyone is invit- ;

gation will render services in Superintendent Brother ed to com Deacon Harmon, Mt. Sinai In Mortage Burning CeremoniesThe I
behalf of Women's Day, the Johnny Nixson. Immediately chairman, Deacon Brown cochairman ,
', Mothers Board is in charge. following the program, an .
The No. n Choir will be on Easter Egg Hunt will be heldon Please remember to visit above scenes depict the air- conditioned structure, The third photo shows the
program at Jordan Grove this the grounds. and pray for the sick and shut- recent historic and memorable which has been called home pastor, Rev. Cleo Albury,Jr.
i. Friday night for a Pre-Easter Willie J. Beard,Superintendent. ins. event of The Mortgage less than four years ago, be- presenting the dynamic speaker -
program.We S. S., Brother Yalter Burning Ceremonies" of the cause of Urban Renewal. for the occasion, the Rev.J. .

are reminding all members Anglin, president BTU. Mount Sinai Baptist Church, A delicious feast was enjoyed W. Stepherson, pastor of
that our series of pro- Beginning on next Thursday PEACEFUL ZION 698 NW 47th Ter., of which the by ail: after the morning Antioch Baptist Church, right

grams for our Women's Day night, April 18, and conclud- Rev. Cleo O. Albury Jr. is the worship, after which the"Joy- rear of the pastor, who deliv-
have begun. The chairman and ing on next Sunday afternoon, Rev. C, P. preston,pastor pastor.It ous Event' followed. ered a masterful address for
co-chairmin: for this year are April 21, the president, offic- Louise Washington,reporter The top photo shows the huge the occasion.
1 Sister Taylor and Sister ers and members Choir No. Happy Easter to everyone, was certainly joyous occasion number of members! and visit
Llghtfoot. They are asking all Two will observe their third Sunday at 5 p.m. their will be for the huge membership ing friends in attendance.The Even though this phase of the
members to please support anniversary at the church with an Easter program, members as well as the many photo, bottom left, job has been finished, the
programs, also to work hardto Musical programs. Deacon H. and friends are welcome. friends for the entire day, for shows the chairman of the membership has joined forcesin
make this day a success. Jefferson, president. Oa[ Thursday night the No. now they could truthfully say, Deacon Board, Deacon Ben the continuation of the task
All persons who would like to Prayer services for our Re- One Choir is having a rally. "Free At Last, Free At Last, Green, and the chairman of the of "working for the upbuilding -
place an adv. in our book are vival will begin Monday night on the fourth Saturday the No. Thank God Almighty, We're Trustee Board, Brother William of God's Kingdom on
asked to see Sister Seymourand after the second Sunday in One Usher Board will sell on Free At Last" of the Mortgage Hayes, burning the mortgage earth," for we cannot allow

Sister Kendrick.members April at 7 p.m.each night for the grounds of the church. obligation on their modern, ourselves to become, idle .

who are not in an auxiliary a week. Preaching services "
are asked to seethe will begin on Monday after the ..
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church captain Sister McNeal third Sunday and concluding ; 'i' CHRIST EPISCOPALOa ST. MARY
and pay your assessments.All Friday night before the first Women's Day Sunday, April 7, the Good Friday, April 12,ser-
those wh o would like a Sunday. The evangelist will be Episcopal Churchmen and, vices will begin at 12 noon..
table for the Calendar Tea are Rev. J. J. Johnson of Albany, Great SuccessOn Episcopal Young Churchmen Our Sunrise services will
asked to see Sister Williams. Georgia. Come out and hear sponsored a musical recital at
begin 4:00 a.m. on Easter
Easter Sunrise services be- this great man of God and be Mt. Tabor Baptist Church Easter Sunday night beginning and play. The affair was very Sunday morning breakfast will

gin at 4 a.m. revived. Wom' n's Day drive began in at 7:30: p.m., the Sen- successful and was enjoyed by be served after services. Do-
Let us not forget to pray and January and ended on Sunday, ior choir, under the directionof all present Miny thanks are nations $1,00.Communion.
visit the sick and shutins.NEWMT..MORIAH ST. PAUL March 24. The goal for the Mr. Roscoe Speed, organist, extended to the participantsfor will be served
three months was$7,000. Mrs. will present a special the wonderful entertain-
during the 4 a.m. 11 a.m and
Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor Wilhelmina Sands, general Musical," with candle lite ment.
the 7 p.m. services. Joint
Mary Amos,reporterThe chairman, Mrs Claretha Cook procession. Featured soloist At the EYC meeting last
and ushers will serve
Easter Sunrise service and will be Mrs. Doretha the of American
Mrs Jeraldine Jenkins Payne
week( panel
Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor all day. Infant Baptism during
will start at 4:30
co-chairmen along with all Mrs. Shirley Wilks, Miss Youth stimulated the eveningwith
Evelyn Souter reporter the 11
a.m. service.
Easter Sunrise Service will asked to sing for this ser- members of Mt. Tabor thank Mayo 1 a Calhoun, Miss Mar- their discussion on be-
The winner of School
vice and the 11 amservice..
each and everyone of their garite McKain and others.The inga member ofacertain
begin at 5 a.m. Lenten Banks were first Gly-
The Easter program will beheld friends for public is invited ,
Our Easter program will helping to make cordially to ethnic i group and religious nise Armbrister, secondJannis -
at 6'pmApri114Weare this drive a attend this presentation.Rev. The discussion
success a
very group. was
at 4
convene p.m, after the Cruise, third Eric Smith.!
all children the
asking on pro thanks to Ushers James Headon
the hunt will follow special acting very Interesting and aroused
program egg Our thanks to all parents and
gram to please be on time,we Board No. 2 for their donationo pastor and Dessie Crockett, many: differences in opinion
friends for their dur-
would like for as many parents f $1,000 towards this reporter. of the
We are asking all captains drive. One topics was about the this
ing drive.
members, and friends to com?
be to make their clubs and activities at Coral
please ready
Special prayer to Brother
out and see our children at
reports the third Sunday night their best. MT. ZION'S ANNUAL ST. JOSEPH'S Gables High School. The audi Thomas Bethel in Jackson
ence seemed to think the stu-
during our Talent Night ser-
Hospital and Brother John
Men's is draw-
Day slowly
vice will begin at 7 p.m ing to a close the fourth Sun- "GO TO CHURCH DAY" Bishop Willie L, John, pastor dents didn't want: them fo join Duncombe in Palm Springs
The church will render ser- day in this month is set asidewe Ward No. Two will hold its Sister E. Dunn, reporterWe and were very snobbish. Much Hospital.
vices at 300 p.m. April 21,at expecting to do big Annual Go To Church Day,observance the officers and mem. obtained from this talk Our sincere sympathy to the

Bethany Baptist Church, Rev.F. things with your help and that Sunday, April 21, bers along with our pastor and everyone was interested in family of Brother John
Carter, pastor. of the good Lord. Our chair- during the 11 a.m.service. Bishop wishes to thank all of joining. Thompson Sr. whose funeral
We want to thank Rev. Ross man Mr. George Williams The music feature for the hour the Church and the special invited Sincere sympathy' is extended will be at the church on Saturday -
and our own Rev. Jackson for will be "We who to to the family of Mrs.
says they plan to raise$10,000 are Marching To guest came helpus April 13, at 3 p.m
the wonderful and Zion" in this third Charity Major.
messages our convoca- Sales for our Men's
or more and are asking for Day are
service they are rendering for your prayer to help them reach Today, we are living in a tion. Special thanks to Elder still going on every Saturday.For .
us during our pastors illness. this goal. strife-torn world. If we ever Arthenia Williams, overseer MT. SINAI orders to be delivered call
We are still asking your There will be an important expect to experience peace and Mother Stephenson, the 7581601.

prayers for our pastor who is meeting of the C.A.Gibbs Club tranquility, we must begin to Hallandale Spiritual Singersand Rev C. Albury, pastor .r 1
in the hosptial, and expectingto Sunday, April 14, at the worship together, one with the the Mount Herman AME Patricia Austin, reporter
go into surgery Thursday, church. other, in Spirit and in Truth. Church, both of Hallandale. Easter Sunrise service will CHRISTIAN SCIENCE'
other sick, bereaved, and Remember quarterly con- It is through worship that we The Bishop Booker of Fort be held Easter Sunday at 5

those in the armed services ference on the 12th and 14tho will begin to grow in every Lauderdale, the Bishopjames a.m. Com and enjoy a very "Are sin, disease,and death
f April we are looking for- phase of our endeavor for it is Harris DD of New York City, spiritual worship service real I ?" is the sub j jectof the

SPRING TEA ward to all boards and clubsto in the church where worship opened the convocation andas sponsored by the BTU Break- Lesson-Sermon to be read in
make their report 100%. ends and service begins. Ser- the guest speaker on the fast will be served price 7 5$. all ChristianScience churcheson

Victoria Ward Chapter OES Usher Board No. Two will vice gives us an opportunity close. Don't forget to turn in your Easter Sunday.
No. 86 cordially invites you to sponsor a program called to be kind to our fellowman It gives use the greatest of Lenten gleaner by Easter Sun- Among citations from the

its Spring FashionTeaonSunday Family l Night' in the after every day of the week;to lighten pleasure to announce the total day morning. denominational textbook,
April 21, from 4 to 6 p.m. service program April 21, the burden of those who are for the convocation raised the Let us please remember to Science and Health with Key to
at the Allapattah Junior High they are asking for your sup- heavy laden; !and therefore, amount of $1,166,00, pray for our sick members. the Scriptures by Mary Baker
School, 1331 NW 46th Street. live together in brotherly love. Sunday is Easter and we special request is asked by the Eddy are these lines; "All

Guest speaker for the even- port.Don't forget to plan now to Go to church each Sundayand cordially invite you to be a part Director of the volunteer ser- reality is in God and His creation -

ing will be Mrs. Marian Ler- have breakfast with choir No. have a richer, fuller life of this service. vices Jackson Mamorial harnnnious and eternal.
ner of the Interracial Mothers: 2 at Easter Sunrise service. but mike it a must and go to At 3 p.m the famous) Spiri- Hospital for volunteers to visit That which He creates is good,
Association.Dr. All membersoftheJBEp- Mt Zion Sunday April 21. taul Homonizers along with the sick at Jackson Hospital and He makes all that is made

I. G. Pratt is W M. and person Club will m Sunday, Luvenia Knox, public relations Brother Otis Wright will pre- your help is very badly needed. Listen to;"The Bible Speaks
Mrs. Emma Lou Ward is sec April 21, business of im' or- Rev.Edward T.Graham, sent a Gospel Concert. and the Let us keep in mind the true to You" Easter Sunday 1:45
1 retary tance. minister public is invited meaning of Easter. pm over radio station WM3MrTHEMIPIUEsPFrIdO1Pr121968


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Baptist Women's Council SERVICE AT I

SWEETING'S ESTATE Rev. A. D. Hall, pastor Palm Sunday 1968, will be a

Has Large Attendance Easter Sunrise Service will E. Ingram, reporterWe day history will remember as

''be held Easter Sunday,at 6:00 were honored to have as a great day of prayer for one

The Baptist Women's council promise of a plaque for their a.m. in the Sweeting's Estate, our guest minister on Palm who marched In our time. Our

held their last meeting in dedication to the cause of mis- 2148 NW 4th St., Ft. Lauderdale Sunday,'Rev. Eddie J. Rivers, hearts burned within us as we

March at Mt. Zion Baptist Special music by the billiard Jr., administrator of the Sarah heard again the story of'

Church, Rev Edward T. Gra- sion.Mrs.. Claudia Wilson of New High School Ensemble. Hunt Methodist Children Christ's triumphant march in

ham, pastor.This meeting was Providence Baptist Church Under thedirection of Mrs. Home, Daytona Beach. He Jerusalem..Let us continue to

largely attended and the recipients was appointed chairman of the Rhoda Sneed. Message by Rev. brought the morning and even- pray for world peace.

of the session exceed Educational Mass Meeting S. A. Hunter of Tampa, he is Ing messages, which were in- The pastor and officers are

ed that of any meeting held. which will go into action Im- the former pastor of Mt.Her- spiring.We reminding the members and

The group was greeted by the mediately after the State Con- f mon AME Church of Ft Lauderdale are now looking forwardto friends of our Home-coming,

president who stated that she vention and a large committeewas Easter, beginning with Sun- and the Deacon's First Anni-

was speaking for the pastor appointed to serve with Guest soloist Mr. Bogard rise service at 5 a.m., the versary on April 28.

who sent his blessings and was her including Mr. Harold Gumming. Others on programare combined choirs will be at The Pastor's Aid will meet

sorry that he could not be Dunsky of the Florida Mem- Rev. Ivory Mizell and Mr. their best. Sunday afternoon at 4:00,at the
present, but was hoping that orial College DevelopmentFund James .T f.ardnarCrfa1 The public is Invited to
.. ... home of Sister Dorothy Brown
their coming to Mt.Zion would -- -- blessings by-Dr.:H. Sweeting.: share In these services with 2060 Wilmington Ave. We are

be of great benefit for the Miss Ruby Higgins servedas Rev. C, H, Smith, pastor Everyone is invited to come. us. Sunday, at 7 p.m.the com- asking all members to attend

cause of mission. financial secretary and an- Minnie Hunter, reporterThe Breakfast served to all. bined choirs will be presented this meeting.

The members voted to enroll nounced that the rceipts: of in their Easter Cantata,
church is Deacon Willie Green Is at.
Evergreen MTCARMEL "The Divine Redeemer with
with $25.00 in the coming the session was$63.00.The ,
temporarily located at 1701 Cedars of Lebanon Hospital.
State Convention which will be president then stated "Let us Rev. Mrs Maybell Porter at the or-
D. A. Bradley pastor
NW 69th St., which is the Mt. Gilbert Knowles Jr. is ill at
held in West Palm Beach on not in well
grow weary doing Louise McGriff, reporter gan.Let
Aaron Church. home. Please let us visit our
April 9th when the board meet- for in due season we will reap There will be a contest between us not forget to visit and
Our pastor and congregation sick and shutins.BROWNSVILLE.
ing will go into a special ses- a golden harvest, if we faint the Atchison singers and pray for the sickand shut-ins.
renders services
not. God has sent a group of every the No. One Choir of Mt Car-
sion.Mrs. ond and fourth Sundays of each
Bernice Wright, a dedicated Christian women to month and mel Baptist Church. The ST. JOHNThe I BAPTIST
mornings evenings
member of New Mt. Calvary help us." Atchison singers are from Mt.
beginning at 11 and 7
Baptist Church of which Rev. Mrs. Everline Brooks of Mt. a.m. p.m. Calvary Baptist Church Come Easter Sunrise service Rev. J. E, Wright, pastor

Tarp 1 e y is pastor, was ap- Zion proved herself to be a delightful attend Therefore this you are i n v 11 e d to and hear them. will be held at the church, at The pastor, officers and

pointed SecretaryTreasurerof hostess by serving a also invited Sunday. You are, On Sunday afternoon the 5:30 am. April 14, with Rev. members wishes one and all a

the Benevolent Fund which delicious repast. to a Easter program children will have their Easter J, E, Murray of Mt. Nebo delivering I happy Easter and if you don't

will aid inviduals in sicknessand The next meeting will be heldon Sunday at 3 pm'. program at the church, at the message. The attend church regular letSun-

distress. Friday, April 26, promptlyat We appreciate the visitorswe 3 p.m pastor is asking both choirs 'day be a starting point

Members who were absentfor 8 p.m. at Mt. Olivette Bap- are having and we urge you We are inviting you to come and ushers to serve throughout Our Easter program will be
continue to with
several meetings and those tist Church, Rev. I. C. Mic- worship us. to our Men's Day which will the day. Sunday afternoon You are invited -

who were present for the first kins, pastor. There will be Our prayers are extendedto be held on the fourth Sunday in The annual Easter programwill to come see and hear our

time received a cordial we 1- election of officers which is the sick that they may soon May. We will have three great be held Sunday afternoonat J youth in action but our invitation -

come.' The ladies who playeda I always held by Rev. Mickins. recover speakers. 6:30 p.m. Please come out don't stop there,you are

major j part In making the All women who are in good Mission meeting will be held and see your ch 11 dren inac- always Invited to attend our

Foreign Mission Banquet a standing with the Baptist every Monday at 7 p.m. Come tion. little church with the big,

great success received a church are urged to become GREATER NEW BETHELRev. in and visit with us. Our pastor is away attend- friendly welcome

standing ovation and the members Remember the sick and ing the funeral of the late Dr. There will be a BarBQsale

W. K. Smith. pastor shut-ins and those who have Martin Luther King, Jr.and is at the church this Fridayand

Alice Irving, reporter lost some of their love ones. J expected to return to the city, Saturday.

JORDAN GROVE ST AGNES You are invited to a tea Saturday Pray for the boys in Vietnam. Thursday.Both Please don't forget to say a

night at 8 p.m. in the choirs are asked to prayer for world peace

Rev Douglas Cook, pastor Rev. Lambert L.Sands, rector church dining room. Sister ALLEN meet in Joint rehearsal, Wed-
Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe Our Palm Sunday outdoor Ella Cook of Jordan Grove will CHAPEL, J nesday at 8 p.m.

Juniors are sponsoring procession was as usual i be the guest speaker. Rev. William A. Currey, ST.. MATTHEWS
an Easter program this Sun- a church success This annual On the sick list are: Sister Rev F. D, Wright, pastor pastor

day at 3 p.m. Please como out affair was preceded 'by the Ruby Williams, Sister Essie L. Thompson, reporterOur Rev A. Randall, pastor

and see them working for j High Mass and Sermon service Collins and Sister Margaret Easter services will Annie Vassar, reporterOn
Jesus. The No. One Choir and Royal. begin at 5 a.m. We will have Monday night after the
10:45am. Our church
No. Two Choir along with the was much In keeping in the cele- The mile chorus will be in guest speaker at 11 a.m. We NEW PROVIDENCERev. third Sunday in April, Rev. '/It

Male Chorus, will give them ]bration of the Festival- of charge of the auxiliary Sunday are inviting i our friends to Cook and congregation of Jordan -
the spiritual songs. Palms school class Sunday. come and hear this man of God C, J. Burney, pastor Grove will be our guest.

The No Two Ushers' Board The St. Cecilia's Choir will The youth choir invites you The Sunday School is invit- Arsula Edwards, reporter This is in behalf of the church

will sell dinners this Satur- give its Annual Concert of Sacred to their annual tea, featuring ing all to be present at 5 p.m. Ou r pastor Is attending the anniversary, and is sponsoredby
( -
day in the dining room. please ( Music "The! Devil's Wedding," Sun- for the children's program. State Convention now in ses- the Mission Dept. and the
on Sunday April
come by and purchase a .28 at 7 in the church. day, April 21, at the church sion at the Tabernacle Baptist Male Choir.
p.m. J
dinner. Brother Pitts is president We continue In for from; 4-6 p.m. PRINCE OF PEACE Church, 801-8th St, West Palm The fourth Sunday, the Sun-

prayer Future services to be rendered Beach. Rev J, F. Neal, pastor sic k and
our shut-ins. We
There will be sunrise ser- at the church in behalfof Rev. R. Seays, pastor Beginning April 9-14, :in session at the Bright Morn-
welcome all friends and visi-
vice at 5 a.m. with the Rev. Women's Day are as follows: Bernice Griffin, reporter Easter program will be :ing Star F. W. B. C.
{tors to come in and visit with
Easter Sunrise service celebrated in
Green delivering our evening ser- Communion services will be
message. Monday night, April 15, Rev.D .
us in worship.
The public is Invited. The No. >, Holy A, Bradley, and congregation be held at 4 am. Sunday morn- vice, April 14. i observed during our evening
Holy Communion will be
Two ushers' board will serve of Mt Carroll. ing.The Prayer meeting Tuesday,at worship please plan to attend
|held throughout the week, at Easter will beheld 7:30 all members
Pageant Asking members
hot breakfast for you In the Friday night, April 19, p.m. ( ).
dining 7:30 p.m., except onGoodFri- Elder at 3 p.m. along with a to attend, visitors and friendsare The Willing Workers Club
room. Bice and congregation.
which will be held from
There will be a dinner sale day, Sunday night, April 21 Rev. Fashion Show. welcome. will meet at 758 NW 58th St.,
at the home of Sister Mary 12 noon until 3 p.m. Faison and congreation of Mt. Oa Monday afternoon 5:30: Consecration hour of prayer 1 this Thursday night.FRIENDSHIP.
Dezern 20 At 5 a.m. Easter Day Solemn the Easter egg hunt will be each Sunday morning at 5:00.
on Saturday, April Zion AME
procession, Communion and Let us all Join in Eas-
at 1136 NW 46th Street. j The deadline for paying for held.You prayer
The service; at 10:45 a.m. Solemn are welcome to attendall ter Sunday morning together.The .
Rev. Ross from Shiloh the souvenir book has been extended -
'procession, sermon andHoly of these programs. public is Invited.
Baptist Church will preach for to this Sunday.

the No. One usher's board on Communion BTU( is held every Sunday Lets remember our less Continue in prayer for our Rev. J, E,Jenkins,pastor

Monday, April 15, at 8 p.m. CHRISTIAN 6 p.m, Parents please send fortunate in and our service men sick, shut-ins and bereaved. Ruby Lee Carr, reporterThe

The public Is Invited. FELLOWSHIP your children. our prayers State Baptist Conven-

There will be a tea on the Rev P. S. Brown, pastor Prayer services are held CRUSADER !tion will convene at the Taber-

third Saturday, at 8 p.m at the M. L. Nixon, reporter every Tuesday night at 8 p.m. ST. LUKE nacle Baptist Church on April

homo of Sister and Brother Sunrise Easter service will EVANGELISTICRev. 9-14 Our pastor will preachfor

Scott, 1520 NW 87th Ter Sis- be held at the Community Cen- Claudia Dixon, pastor Rev Gloria P. W.Williams,pastor the late John I, Ross, Saturday -

ter Ella Cook will be the guest; ter Sunday, at 4:30.The pastor NEW HOPE Flossie Marshall, reporterOn There will Perry be, Easter reporter Sun- April 13, at 230 p.m.

speaker. Is asking all members and Mirch 31, our presiding We are asking all choirs and
rise service 14
The Deacons and Deaconesswill 1 friends to come and worship. elder, Rev H. J. Bensonheldhis ,Sunday,April ushers to be on time. The
W. E. Sims pastor at 5 Luke
Rev. a.m. at St. M,
celebrate their 10th anniversary The Women's Missionary and second Quarterly Confer- I church bus will leave the
Loraine Fuller, reporterThe B, Church, 1790 NW 55th St.
beginning Friday,> Educational Convention will ence at the church.We are nowa I church at 11:30: a.m. for the
The School will also
April 26, at 8 p.m. with Rev. meet at Friendship Baptist, pastor and members member of the West Miami Sunday convention.Our .
their Easter
Samuel Atchison deliveringthe f 1717 NW 3rd St., West Palm wish to express their sincere District. present deepest sympathy to

message and concluding on> Beach, April 9-14. Plan to go. i gratitude to all participants Coma and worship with us program, Sunday afternoonat Leon Adams and family in the

Sunday, April 28, at 3 p.m. Wednesday at 5 p.m. will be who worshiped with us, in our on Easter Sunday. 4 p.m'The public is cordialj J of his mother

Visitors are always wel- the last practice for the Eas- Palm Sunday services, April At 3 p.m. Easter, there will ly invited to attend Get well wishes to Brother

come. Don't: forget our sick ter program. The programwill 7, throughout the day. be a program and an egg hunt 1 Willie Hayes in Baptist Hospital -

and shut-ins. be at 6:00 p.m. You are Combined Easter Sunrise will follow at the church. The ST. NICHOLAS I .

cordially invited to come out service will be held here with address is 2575 NW 65th St,

and see and hear the children !Shiloh Baptist Church Rev. Bishop N. A. Derrick, rector
A. M. Griffin pastor. The pas-
perform. Louise Washington, reporterOn
' RACE PRESBYTERIAN< !tor will preach the sermon. ZION HOPE FIRST BAPTIST
come to prayer meeting April 14, at 4 p.m A
Thursday night at the h o m e of Combined choirs of New Hope i Rev. Freemam, pastorE. Fashion Show and Easter program Rev W. M, Davis, pastor
Rev. W F.Savoy pastor and Shiloh will sing and com- Jackson, reporter
Deacon George ; will be held at the church Turner, reporterAll
Oar' services for Easter are! meeting a t the bined usher boards will also i Easter Sunrise service will
Board Mile Chorus
Usher 1590 NW 54th Street, under the membersare
as follows: Easter dawn ser- and serve. Everyone is invited be Sunday at 5 a.m., everyone
home of Sister Billy Way direction of theWomen'sAuxiliary. asked to be present at rehearsal -
vice at 5a.m.; regular worshipat all choir rehearsals at the Easter program will be held is invited. There will be a program You are cordially Saturday, at 730pm.

11 a.m.; and Easter program home of Sister Barbara Hol- ;Sunday, at 5:30 p.m. Easter Tuesday night sponsored invited. Next Sunday at 6;30 the Easter
led by the senior high's, eggs, and baskets will be givento i by the Jr. Usher Board program will be held all

at 7:30: p.m The annual Eas-: land.The pastor, and membersare the children immediatelyafter ) We are still saying to all our participants are asked to be

ter egg hunt will be on Mon leaving for the funeral of the program. visitors you are welcome ando d ST. MARK at the church o n time.
Let us continue in prayer come again. The pastor is
Luther King.
day.We R3V. Dr. Martin Friday afternoon the bus
take this method to thank We for them and all for our sick and shut-ins, the urging all members to attendtheir There will be a tea on April will leave the church at
each and every one who helped others pray a safe Journey. (bereaved families, our nation weekly meetings.Our 21, Sister Cora Scruggs,744 for the State Convention., All

our services of Holy Weekto Don't forget to pray for and mankind everywhere regardless Easter program will e NW 49th Street, sponsored by persons must meet at the

be a great spiritual ins pi- those who are less fortunate i of race, creed, or Sunday at 6:30 p'.rn. everyoneis the No Two Choir of st Mark: church at 5:30 p.m.Wj .
ration. color. invited to attend. Missionary Baptist Church
than you.


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14 THE. .._ .MIAMI.... ..... TIMES.. Friday r., April 12.. 1961 ':,

f Scholarships To 150 Dade PHASES OF EVE WILL BE ON DISPLAY

"Three of the Phases of Eve" -- Education,Volunteering -
15th r Annual r High School Graduates and Employment- will be on display April 24, 10
. a.m. 10 p.m., at the first annual My Lady Fair in Mi-
' \ An all-expense-paid head- full two years, if necessary," ami's Bayfront- Park Auditorium, 499 Biscayne Blvd.
; the Summer Term, Television personality Virginia Graham will serve as
Rockplt Ranger start in college plus a job for Daring;
the summer will be Miami- June 14 July 26, Headstarters honorary chairman of the fair, which is sponsored by the
Bade Junior College's gradu- will attend classes and Greater Miam Council for the Continuing Education of

Contest ation gift. to 150 Dade. high work 15 hours per week as stu- Women, Inc. (CCEW).
Slogan school seniors this summer. dnt: assistants at the college. Miss Graham will participate in opening ceremies and
The scholarships coveringfull During August, whenclassesare will conduct a simulated "Girl Talk" program during the
The purpose of this programand ent-Teacher Association. The Summer Term tuition, recessed,they will be provided day.The
contest, sponsored by the judging of the finalists from all textbooks, and thg chance to a full 40-hour work five CCEW participating institutions--Barry Col-
Dade County Council of Par- schools will be held May 9,by earn $300 in cash are awarded week. lege, Dade County Board of Public Instruction, Florida
ent-Teacher Association and Mayor of Metropolitan Dade annifaTIy through M-D.TC's The program willbecon- Atlantic University, Miami-Dade Junior College and the
the Metropolitan Dade County County Chuck Hall; President, unique Operation College ducted at both North and South University of Miami--will have large exhibits throughoutthe
Park and Recreation Department Dade County Council Parent-
Headstart' Program, now in its Campuses, with the Headstart fair.
t is to educate the child Teachers Association, Mrs. fourth year.Students Students allocated between the CCEW itself is a community information and referral
ren and parents of the many Lee Willard; Vice-chairman, who rank in the top two on the basis of individual service designed to encourage women to continue their
dangers of rockpits and canals Dade County Board of Public 20 percent of their graduatingclass preference and job avail education at all levels.
existing throughout the county instruction, Mrs. Helene 1 but who would be unableto ability. Gov Claude Kirk, Metropolitan Dade County Mayor
and the state. Recently rock- Vosloh; Director, Safety Services begin college without financial The program was inau- Chuck Hall and Miami Mayor Stephen P. Clark have pro-
pit ranger buttons were given American Red Cross, assistance are eligibleupon gurated by Miami-Dade in claimed April 24 as "Day for Women."
out by the schools to all first Mr. Tom Miller The winners recommendation by their 1965 with 96 students. Pri-
graders and at the time the will receive the following high school counselors All mary aims of the program are
child received the button the prizes donated by the Board oj:f r
Dade high schools -- public, "to give young people who have
following rules were stres- County Commissioners on private, and parochial are proved they are college material Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE
sed; Skipper Chuck's Popeye Play- included, according to M-DJC an opportunity to get into
Never swim in Rockpits and house Television show; President Peter Masiko, Jr college, to meet the challengeof "'MR. JACK"
canals; Never swim alone; First prize television set "In addition to the summer college-level competition, FOR
Stay out of the water after eat- for the school,Child to receive scholarship, there are long- and to motivate them to pursue STYLES FOR ALL AGES
ing; Stay: out of the water when $100 Savings Bond; Second range b e n e f i t s,as well," he long-range education goals," Lotest in Men's Fashions
overheated; Stay out of the prize -- American Flag with said. "Headstart students who Dr. Masiko said.
water during storms; Don't stand for the school, child to maintain a satisfactory aca- The program is financed SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
depend on an inner-tube;Don't receive $50 Savings Bond; demic average will continueto through a combination of fed- ITALIAN SHOES
dive in strange places; Don't third prizeWorld Globe for receive work-study eral and local funds and is administered -
overload a boat. the school,child to receive$25 scholarships to enable them to through the col- 944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI, FLORIDA

Each Elementary Grade Savings Bond. remain at Miami-Dade for the lege's Office of Financial Aid.
child will be eligible to enter
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, the 15 word or less slogan con
test. Each school's PTA Safetyor

judge Recreation the slogans committee, select five will FREE EASTER EGG HUNT

winners and turn the winners .
into the County Council of Par-



A STORYTELLERThe fascinating and important \ Apl'i114, 1968 3 p.m.

art of storytelling will be At
demonstrated by librarians of
the Miami Public Library on MANORN.W.12th PARK

Saturday, April 20, from 2:30to
4:00 p.m. in the Main Li- A'I. ft 48th St. c
brary Auditorium, One Biscayne -
4' Boulevard. There will
also be a brief Introduction to Sponsored by the . 1r'

} folk and oral literature.The = t ti
program is open to the Dade Wide Citizens Committee I
County Community
public without charge and is ;: (
geared to the interests of par I

and all those curious about this

Nine different storytellers,
Including 1 Mrs. May H. Edmonds -
Coordinator of Work S Aibbits
with Children and Young Pea 1\f 1.

ple, Mrs. Lillian Van Wezel, t
Supervisor of Travelling Libraries ,,\ SilO" SIIION
and Miss Helen Dor-
sett, Dixie Park Branch Librarian \ FREE PRIZES
will use a variety of
techniques, emphasizing the GALORE
folk tale. Other materials will
be Introduced ranging from a % +Y A.r t66s
picture book story and filmstrip pRl
for the youngest listeners Fees sot1
to the telling of more sophisticated
types such as
stories by Kipling, Ana-
Garth Reeves 'Wlilimae Murray Robert Stropp James Tucker Sandra Glover
tole France, and others. David Wilson Ella D. Hadl.y Mary DOlter Dewey Knight Gladys Pope
The final number of the Arthurlne Stropp Bill Wynn Lamia Jones Jackie Torres Yvonne Russ
demonstration will be a puppet Thedore Pluuy Dana D. Chapman Fred Morley S. Courton Mary Cambridge
show in Spanish, "Ferdinandthe Mary Alexander Blanche Calloway Carl McCoy Dr. Howard A. Hadley Sr. Walter H. Peterson
Bull," from the book by Cleveland Turner Dr. H. E. Coleman Inn Wilcox Lorraine S. Hadley Altomese Powell
Munro Leaf. Puppeeteers will Henry Daniell Milton Smith Ethel Beckford Bernice Phillips Daniel Cox
be Ondina Borges of the Shenandoah Arle Bake A. F. Mozelle L. M. Harvey 010 M. Mercell Gregory Gunn
Lewis Fred Hanna Phillip Cooper Andrew C. Davis Lewis Blake
and Dalia La-
. W. H. Fuller Margaret Brown Sumner Hutcheson Leroy Williams Geraldine Davis
mar of the Main Library Robert Davllon Alphonso Hadley Lorry Newell Almeta Saunders Edna Smith
Young Moderns Room. Gladys Crawford Lucioul Crawford James Bowman Arthur King Clarence Smith
Ferris Rhodes George Kilpatrick Ted Johnson Frank Wood Fannie Dean
Mckinley Carr Daniel Johnson i
Dorothy Hall Jessie McCrary
Bennie Moore Thomas Jones Henry Henrrietta Johnson Oscar McCoy
STOCK CLERK CLASS Robert Davllon John A. Diu John Elvis Dillard Paschal Judge J. Johnson Alfonso Dandy ;
' J. D. Johnson Elizabeth Curtis Willie I McCoy r
and Eunice Liberty Patricia Russell
, Manpower Development
F. Wanza Barbara Rogers Joe Walker 1
Training (MDTA) announcesthe Agnes McCoy Mottle Blake Verda Harrow Edwin Demerltte Milton Spencer
start of a class in Stock Elizabeth Spencer Leoron LoZon Crawford Nathaniel Perkins Nickle Lee
Carl Williams
ClerkWarehouse, April 22 Calvin Mapp Ed Gurlen George Ingrham Brother Ray
for men age 17 and up. This Mottle Zanders Ira. B. Bucholtz Torn! Jones Judge Arthur Maglnnll Art Green

30 week course will cover all

phases of food handling from ,(
warehousing and stock to sel-

ling. It is possible to earn { First Federal
while you learn depending on ( :; Savings IN8URE0

family and dependents from ... "

$20.00 to $45.00a week and up. AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI
Persons interested areasked
Center 3772411and ask
for Roy Roemer. this training -
r= i---u---i
might be just what you want eMN UTTUMVU MMTN MAIM aeMeAll MOIIU1Ue
!00 N.t.I"Aw. X00 t.7M,, 3t75O 1.W.!!+d. " Aw. 108*...Jfttt St. o..4e SA.lplq lA1 eeeelsnsl
and Mr. Roemer has detailed n,.., n4-Mll I/i.7.. 711-4lCH 7S7J47H CmfcfMMJTJ ,.7.lrMe/Nrry....., 0016 7 N.W,17/tAArr.
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Seminar &, .S t Call


April 16 I __ : L i

AT PL 1-7502
Mr Clifford R. Matthews, I _
[Director of the Community _ 4! FOR A GOOD BUY ON A
School, has named Robert'A. PIANO ORGANSCOTT
Johnson to spearhead the ,
seminar in Journalism begin.. .-- i.lII3ZIIIII -'V..L;' 1i:,. STEREO OR ORCHESTRA

ning April 16 at 7:30 p.m. at March 31 ,was the dote of the swinging "Cocktail Dansette and Fashion Show"sponsored INSTRUMENTS.

the Primary "C" Community by the Alpha Gamma Chapter of Alpha Pi Chi which was held in the Star
I School. t light Room of the Biscayne Terrace Hotel.
The seminar will be 5 weeksin
duration. It will be held on Along with the presentation of some of the season's most fabulous fashions,
| Tuesday and Thursday even- I the show was highlighted with the Marvels, who did a bang-up job with the entertainmsnt. .
ings.Mr. Mrs. Gloria Robinson was at her usual best as narrator.
Johnson was the recipient Pictured
are some members of the sorority: From left
of the Miami Herald Silver' to right, Ruth Williams,
I Carol 0
Knight Award for Journalism c and Juanita McKinnon Thompson., Helen Peterson, Myrtle Bartlette/ Mrs. Dinkins, Peggy Dean,

in 1961. He attended North -..........-
Dade Jr-Sr High School. '
The seminar will cover all

mior facets in the field of Eft ....
journalism, designed pri- .aI
marily to meet the needs of interested -
high school and col-
lege students. Students enrol-
led will be responsible for the e *p
publication: of a community relations -
newspaper. On hand to
assist with the instructions of A 0 0 tWE
the class will be many professional I \
newspaper men of the L L

city.Special invitation is extended pt'1. LJiLJIiea r SELL HAPPINESS
to journalism students at .
son, Northwestern and Dor- The lovely models pictured are Dolores Bankston, Flora Beason, Vionette th* trourvodi Nrth>fouth
sey Junior High Schools. Brown and Lavern Smith. Photos by Lee.
CORNER N.YV. 54th ST. & N.W.3rd AVE.
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Louise Riley Finishing and the Four Ambassadors, models all of
Gigi, whom were For further ticket informa I
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personality on China Valles of WM3M will
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26 THE,MIAMI) TIMES, Friday, April 12, 1968Size'

Open 7 Days-8 A.M. to 10 PM,
'King Promotion Announced
..tlu The Best For Less At

J I By CocaCola Company

Local Coca-Cola Bottler for 1,000 prizes. Restaurant, choice between a General
salesmen and Fountain Sales theatre drive-in and related Electric color TV or Meadow-
Territory managers join outlet managers will rank nine brook patio furniture,followed -
forces this spring and early different reasons in order of' by 990 other prizes worth
summer in a new"king size" importance for selling and over $25 each.Fountain .
promotion announced by the promoting king size bottles, Sales representatives -
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1 4 'vuiLuth1 3. Take time to know her Percy Sledge
4. Nex time Johney Taylor
AWARDEES RECEIVING CITATIONS AT ZETA 5.1 got the feeling James Brown .
BANQUET AT THE NEW EVERGLADES 7,1 got a sure thing Olie & Nightingales
8. Cowboys to Girls The Intruders
HOTEL DURING THEIR FINERWOMANHOODWEEK 9. To the one I love Brenda & Tabulations
CELEBRATION. 10. La La Means I love you The Delfonics

(1)) "Sorors of the Year." Seated Gladys Smith and l wY 11. The time The Verations

Laura Saunders,' presenter. Standing: Vernay P. Jones, 12. I think rm falling in love Betty Swan
Hannah Edwards, Frankie Rolle, Alva Price, DorothyP. 13. Tighten up Archie Bell & The Drells
Lee Rosa Lee Fortson, presenter. : ;14. The impossible dream The Heasations
(2J "Amicae of the Year." From left to right: Pauline 15. Love is alright Cliff Nobles
Johnson, sponsor; May Dell Braynon, awardee; T ;16. Fm not gonna give up Eddie Hollman
Annie May Ivey, sponsor. :17. Hate yourself in the

(3)) "Sigma Zeta Award" Sandy McKoy, awardee; morning Steve Mincha:
Dorothy Adside, presenter. Iwt 18. Never get enough of

(4)) "Woman of the Year" Commissioner M. Athalie .IalrrE rp : your love Oscar Toney Jr.
Range; Lenora Smith, basileus/ and presenter. 19. No where to run Witches & WarlocksBobby
(5)) "Publi cService Award" Mildred Bradham, national 20. Does your mama know M.
grand basileus/ presenter;Bill McBride, awardee. about me Taylor & Vancovers
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21. Somebody new
awardee Frankie Rolle Emotions
; presenter. 22. Just a touch of your hand Al Gardner
(7) "Community,Service Award" William R. Rolle, GUARpN1 E 23. Big boy The Jackson Five
awardee; RuthN. Polite, presenter. and chairman of the 5Y 4 24. Funky walk Duke and the Blazers
Executive Board. p pRT t ..: 25. I ain't gone for that Inez and Charlie Fox
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Southern Links 27. She's day looking good Stevie Wilson Wonder Picket

I .YIO-11K..p.MKIYOMMK 28. Your loves not reliable Fern Kinney
Meet In TallahasseeBy flM' wwa.uw. 29. Don't hurt mo no more Al Green
DOES EVZippersERYTHIN4.abtn.! 30. I don't want to loose you Barbara Mason
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MARO TOAL FORNBS with Link Thelma Glass of Sews on B I 31. Wear it on your face The Dells
Montgomery making the presentation 32. Don't take your love from
Buttons, Snaps, oMO J?
and Link Jewell me
The Tallahassee Chapter of Ben King
Links, Incorporated was hos- Thompson accepting for the Htaks Embroiders, # -' 33. Shara Jane Gary U. S. Bonds
tess to the 16th Southern Area Chapter. Zif Zats, Bras and< ; ; girt'';, 34. We're rolling on The Impressions
Meeting. Professional caliber National President Vivian fiuilti witk Mafic* y ; r s 50 35. The doctor Mary Wells
Beamon Area Director MaudeK. 36. Ain't like the
performances by the Florida actnn atUEASY chent nothing
AiM University Verse Choir Reid and Link Pearl Goreof TERMS real thing Marvin & Tammie
Symphonic Band; Concert; the Tallahassee Chaptereach ABBEY DOMESTIC Ac or vc 37. F m the man for you baby Edwin Star
Choir; Orch e s Is Club; The received awards from the ISWNWIM Ave. 38. A dime a dozen Carla Thomas
with Mrs. call|| nOW 625-1261 39. in the
Young Artists of FAMU and Seven-Up Company morning The Might Marvelows
soloists Marie Hadley Robin- Inez Kaiser making the pre- 40. Soul power Derek Martin:
son, gave emphasis to the sentations. Link Josephine ftee HOME DEMONSTRATION
Hayes oftheAtlanticCityN.J. PICK HIT
theme: "Focusing on Youth NO OBLIGATION/ YOU PQ NOT IUY
And The Fine Arts." Chapter was a pleasant visi-
tor from the Eastern Area. Paying the cost to be the B. B. King
The business sessions boss
moved with dispatch}: under DI-
rector Maude K. Reid. LOCAL TALENTRun

National President, VivianJ.
Beamon, emphasized the Run roadruner Little jerry Williams
national program and conducted Big Insurance Man Gene Butler
a question and answer Do right man Little Beaver

period.A .
reception on Friday night
assembled friends to meet the 5:00 7 a.m. Rev. Ira McCall Gospel
delegates. The Flamingo Lun- 7:00 10 Horace Straws R & B
cheon was the occasion for fel- 10:00 2 China Valles R & B
icitations from Organizationsof 2:00 6 Ernie Fields R & B
the City,as Link pearl Gore 6:00 10 Donny Gee R & B .' .
presided. Guest speaker for 10:00 12 C. T. Taylor R & B
the Banquet was Dr. GeorgeW 12:00 1:30: Peppie Fields TALK
Gore,president of FAMU. 1:30: 5 Jimmy Griffin R & B

Link Athalie Range of Mi- i1i -------------------------
ami is Southern Area's Wo- r T, Super Soul Coupon
man of the Year and was pre-
sented the Link
plaque by
Edythe T. Jones of Birming- Artistic Floral Shop The following are my selections for Super Soul Top Ten
ham. Link Gussie Dobbs pre-
sented her an orchid from the, 1 2 3 ,j 5 6 7 8 9
Miami Chapter.Raleigh Chap- HOME: 693-2708 SHOP: 691-7475 ,
ter received the Chapter of the ARRANGEMENTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 'r.( ::

Year Award, which was pre- AND ARTIFICIAL '. ,,,
sented by Link Rose Branch of NATURAL

the Jackson Chapter,with Link "You Can't Go Wrong If You Give Flowers" Nami>
Chloe Laws_accepting for her "
Chapter. MRS.' MABLE BODIE, Prop. Address

Baton Rouge Chapter received MRS. DORA M. WILLIAMS, Bus. Mgr.

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I Jackson's Mechanic Most Sought Track Star 1 Spearing with.........

:". ;, .. : '-, ':" "
By BILL MOBRDE .."",,' , ;., .' ,,'. \q" ).
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.""',/ .'- .J' "'Iff::. ., Jackson team .to win the state fr T ,

The most talked about and ,'.." .. c', ., .. ," ,,,,.....''......' : championship, and win for his

sought after high school track ,III',' ,";" ){i" -'Jlht' coach, Bennie Moore, "High

in the "I School Coach of the Year"
star country at the pres. ;
ent time is Miami ,1'>'" honors
Jackson's (
., is i his BY
brilliant Amos Michanic 1 Coach Moore high n
';' praises of Michanic as a talented
whose blazing feet and unending ; :
. I star and MARLINS OPENS 1968 SEASON
)$ cinderpath as a
desire .
to win, has carried ,
him to state high school clean-cut young man.According
record to coach Moore, Amos This Saturday, April 13, the Marlins expect a full house. I
breaking performances in
the . could well break the national mentioned in my last column that Jim Palmer,had signed his
880 and 400
yard run
yard -
high school record of 149.2 for contract. Now we have Marcelino Lopez.
dish. He set the
present record the 880 before he graduates in Bill Durney, Jr.,general manager of the Miami Marlins, has
of 153.2 for the 880
duringthe June of 1969. announced that Marcelino Lopez has been signed to the
1967 state
championshipmeet His amazing time for the Marlins from the Baltimore Orioles.

at Gainesville; and the 440 has earned for him an invitation Lopez was acquired from the California Angels by the Orio-

present state record of 47.8 to participate in the les during the 1967 season. He saw limited action with the
for the 440 In 1968
Coral National AAU championshipsin Orioles last year following his acquisition from the California

Gables invitational meet. J late June at Bakersfield, Angels on June 15. He gave the Orioles hope for the future
enough his record
Amazingly ''u'1'"l"tJ" California when he shut out the Cleveland Indians on four hits to win four

breaking performance in the f'fJh{ In spite of the fact that he to nothing in th final game of the 1967 season.
440 achieved the
was only
sec has another year of high school Named rookie pitcher of the year 1965 by the sporting: news.
ond time he had ever competed
\ eligibility, Amos has already Lopez won 14 games for California.He throws a good fast ball
in ths event. His first effort
received full scholarship offers and struck out 256 in two seasons with the Angels. ,w
also resulted in
victory.The from 10 outstanding col- The new Manager,Harry Malmberg, figures to open the sea-
lean Mia mian who I universities Included son with the strongest Marlin team in its history o{ the Florida
stands 5'11"and tips the scalesat which are the Uni- State League. There will be some i returns from last year;
a nifty 155 pounds first became versity of Alabama: University one of them is the most improved player, Moe Hill who led the
interested track
as an
of league in home runs.Another
Texas Universityof
; ,
eighth grader at Booker T.
Florida and the University his curtailed by Joning armed forces
Washington High School, following | of Nebraska. It is very likely lins curtailed by joining armed forces was Lou Coccia. He was

his older brother, I that before graduation he will also on the Orioles during spring training. The other playerson

Michael, who was a memberof 421 ?. I I have been sought after by an the roster are; Tony Sellari 6 ft. 190 Ibs., Larry Johnson
the Tornado track team
until d y tb i unprecldented number of the limited service, 6.11951bs., Jimmy Williams, 5-11175 Ibs.,

a leg injury forced him to .-----_ greatest schools in the nation. Victor Torruellas, 6 ft. 175 lbs., Ton Sebastian 6-2 210 Ibs.,

quit.It. AMOS MACHANICfor Amos works after school Jerry Meadows, 6-4220, Vaughn Kovach, 5-10 175 lbs., Randy
is to note
interesting that with the Neighborhood Youth Cohen 5-11195 Ibs., Dick Rhine 6 ft. 1891bs. Malmberg says
Amos could never finish bet- the 880 yard run in the state thrill of a lifetime." -
and lives with his he has several guys who can run real well. U so, we will be
ter than second place as an meet at Gainesville. You see,
grandmother Mrs. Susie in fine shape. As for as pitching is concerned, he says he has
eighth grader, but has never I had been expected to place no In addition to his recor 1 ,
nothing to worry about. Harry was a former coach with the
Turner at 353 NW 6th St., Mi-
better than third because these
lost a race since. breaking performance in th e ami. Boston Red Sox and manager the Stockton team for the Orinles

Ho fellows from North Florida 880, he ran a blazing ancho:r this weeks Marlins schedule.
He plans to major in physical -
When asked about his had posted better times for
great leg in the mile relay, making' education with an eye on April 13, Saturday, Ft.Lauderdale; April 14,Sunday,Cocoa;
est thrill as a trackman,Amos this event than I had. Yes, a lot of ground to gain sec. 15
up a career as a teacher and track April Monday,Cocoa;April 17, Wednesday, W. Pam Beach;
said; "My greatest thrill came, beating those two guys and ond place for his team whlcl 1 coach. April 24, Wednesday, Orlando; April 25, Thursday, Orlando.
when I broke the state record breaking that record was went in helping hi S
myMerchants a long way Of his coach, Amos says; For reservations call 635-5395. Prices box seats $1.50 gen-

'PT. "Coach Moore is a fine man. eral admission $1.00 children thru 17 years 50?. Senior

He has helped me a great deal, citizens over 65 50?.

4 both on and off the track. lama

t. pretty lucky guy to have himas PAN AMERICAN TURF HANDICAPThe

a coach. Photo by

Johnson. pageantry and beauty of Latin and SouthAmerica com-

3 ; bines with the excitement of top-flight thoroughbred racing-

during Gulfstream Park's $50,000 Pan American Turf Handicap

OutstandingTrack April 13.

I ,JERRY LUCAS LOIN. IAYIOR, WILT CHAMItltAIN OSCAR ROIIRTSON DAVE HINO The pan American Handicap brings to Gulfstream the lead-

ing grass horses in the Americas for this mileandonehalftest.

I Chamberlain/ ; Leads NBA AllStarsWilt ,Star .
Initiated in 1962, the Pan American has grown in popularityand

prestige. Held In cooperation with the City of Miami's Pan

Chamberlain, of the cinnati who returns to the first Angeles Lakers, handicapped I I at- .MDJC...- - American Day observance, consular representatives from

Philadelphia 76ers, was the unit after an absence of one all year by a string of annoy II I I Western Hemisphere nations have been invited to join with of-

sole unanimous choice of the year, Dave Bing, Detroit's ing injuries is the fifth member ficials of Greater Miami as guests of the track.

sportswriters and sportscasters super-sophomore who led the of the second unit. Samuel Payne, graduate f In saluting the friends and neighbors to the south, Gulfstream

throughout the Associa- Association in scoring this Each of the 12 cities in the Northwestern High School >ii 1 decorates It s grounds with the colorful flags of the 21 Latin

tion Team announced by Com- season and a repeater from Associaton was accorded one 1966 is currentlyattend > American decorates its grounds with the colorful flags of thee

missioner Walter Kennedy. last year's team, Oscar full vote to equalize the ballot- MiamiDade Junior Collegi 21 Latin American countries. In addition, contestants vyingf

Robertson of Cincinnati. ing. A perfect score attainedby North and is recognized bJ] for the title of Queen of the Alianza Festival also will be hon-
The first unit includes the
Chamberlain this year was track enthusiasts as being on
veteran Elgin Baylor of Los Chamberlain makes the 12000. Nextclosesttothe of the best "leapers" insoutl!1 Among post winners of the Pan American Handicap have

Angeles, Jerry Lucas of Cin- first team for the 7th time 000 mark was Baylor with an Florida. been Chilean champion Pillanlelbun,Argentine stars Sensitive

since his entry into the Asso- index .nf... _11..Hfti followed hv-, and Babington, and U. S. grass champion War Censor, owned
ciation in 1960. He has been a Oscar Robertson with 10.438. by Miami Herald publisher John S. Knight.

member of the second unit

twice. Baylor, who has madean Players chosen on the first DADE JUNIOR FALCONSOn

amazing recovery from a All-Star Team receive $500.

Be knee injury is on the first club and the second team performers 4 Friday and Saturday (April 12-13)) the Falcons will be in

ProperlyFitted for the 9th time in 10 years receive $250 each. Panama: City for a two game series with the powerful Gulf Cost

while Robertson has been voted Commodores of coach Bob McAlpine. The north Florida team
First all-star team Elgin
to the first team for the 9th ; is currently on a 17 game win streak. They are far ahead in
Taylor Los Angeles; Jerry
successive year. t their division of the FJCC with a 9-1 record in conference play
Lucas, Cincinnati; Wilt Chamberlain r
Mil* and boast of an over-all record of 17-4.

UAN Nitls, The second team is com- Philadelphia; Oscar A game with Biscayne College orginally scheduled for
( en Md.! MullrFUft Robertson, Cincinnati, Dave "
SUM prised of John Havlicek of the Bing, Detroit. 1> Thursday (April 11)) has been postponed.The .

Boston Celtics, who returns Falcons are currently boasting a 26-4 over-all recordfor

from 1to 14 after a layoff of one year, and Second all-star team; John a .866 winning percentage. In the tough Division IV of the

repeaters Willis Reed of the Havlicek, Boston; Willis Reed, FJCC M-DJC North is in first place with a 15-1 record.;'

fH. '9-4831 New York Knickerbockers, New York; Bill Russell, Bos- Keep your eyes on John Rivers, freshman outfielder a

Bill Russell of the BostonCeltics ton; Hal Greer, Philadelphia; speedster that should evelop with experience.He is one of the

34':.NORTH..-'MIAMI,AVI and Hal Greer of Phila- Jerry West, Los Angeles. SAMUEL PAYNE leaders in runs battled in.
WON, ANi.'fit fUt:
OMM delphia. Jerry West of the Los

Payne, a sophomore, holds AMATU R GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPEntry
CARVER YMCA M-DJC North records in the

who advertise RECEIVES FENCEThe triple Jump ((44' 11 3/4") and cards for the new Dade Men's Amateur Golf Champ-

the long jump ((23' 51/2"), both ionship, scheduled for the four Sundays in May,have been dis-

Carver Branch YMCA, records set last year. He alSO tributed to every glf course in Dade County,according to

in The Miami Times are through the efforts of Advisory has high Jumped 6' 4" earlier Tournament Director Charles DeLucca, Jr.
Board Member M:'. Charlie this and is to
season expected "The Committee has covered every course from North Dade
Hadley, received a fence from Jump 6' 7" in time for the na- their
they appreciate to Homestead and interested golfters can pick up entry
telling you Attorney Louis and Mrs.Ricky tional meet in Garden City, blanks from the club pro or the pro shop," De Lucca said.

Falk of All State Mortgage Kansas May 1718. "In addition, each course also has.been given an Information -

doing business with Company. sheet, which we hope will help answer all the golfers'
The fence has been installedand Payne got off to a slow startin "
questions before he enters, he added.
adds look to 1968 but his and desire
really a new ability -
The 72-hold medal play tournament Is open to any male:
you. They are courteous, the "Y." have enabled him :o Im- golfer residing in Metropolitan Dade County,regardless of age,

EASTER PICTURES! prove steadily, according to and is scheduled to be played in eight flights. *,
coach Joe Lee Smith. With
where A $15 dollar entry fee, which must ace 0 m pan y the entry
dependable. Shop Headquarters fa h a r d work and dedication
card, will entitle each contestant to four rounds of prestige
Dade CountyStreamlined Payne should be one of the
golf, a buffet dinner on the final Sunday(May 26), a chance to
Service most after col-
sought junior
appreciated! win prizes and an opportunity to receive the title of the best
you are 307 NW 2nd Avenue lege track stars in the nation,

371.5016 Smith said. amateur golfer in Dade County.


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If Vice President HubertH pie of America can do togeth- of our poor and hungry,our deprived ment when America lost her ta.:1
"r Humphrey had the following and our illiteratethen -- faith, but as the moment when
say about the death of Dr Martin er."We can pass without fur- truly this tragedy will be America found her consci-
Luther King, Jr.: ther delay the Civil Rights Bill remembered, not as the mo- ence." '," if'wu1! w
"Dr. Martin Luther King, now pending in the Congress.
Jr. died a martyr's death. "We can mobilize the resources -
"His death snatched from --both public and private -
American life something rare -- that will banish the
and precious: the living reminder spectre of poverty from our
that one man, by the land.
force of his character, the "We can root out the last N.
depth of his convictions, and vestiges of discrimination, DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OFaeti.

the eloquence of his voice,can segregation and Inequality. ..
alter the course of history. in schools . in employment ii .Jfartm |ttwtlErCARLWN ]
"For Martin Luther King . in housing .. .and in pub- ; : .
had the,courage to challengethe lic services.
intolerance, injustice, inadequacies "We can commit ourselves ittg fir.t .
f and inequities of unreaservedly to the broad pro
the society in which he lived. gram of action recommendedby r..
"What will Martin Luther the National Advisory Com M iin.
King's death mean for the mission on Civil Disorders so t
American people? that America will not become
"If it leads white Ameri- 'two societies, one black, one REALTYBroker
cans, in a spirit of wearinessand white--separate and unequal
futility, to turn from the "As individuals we can ( )
tortuous road which leads to search our own souls for the
3014 NW\ 19 STREET
progress and equality,then we remnants of prejudice and injustice ,
will have strengthened that 693-4772 Answer CALL 6353177Wishing
every doctrine which he defied "We can fearlessly stand up fI
u the sense that the world has for human dignity and freedom our friends, patrons and the entire
gone mad and mortal man can- -- as Dr. King stood-- in conmunity a very happy EASTER HOLIDAY.
; not set it right. our daily lives. .. ..
"If the death of Martin "We can summon the cour- IN MEMORIAMIn
Attorney Gwen Sawyer Cherry has accepted appointmer nt
Luther King can place in age reconciliation and reject -
as co-campaign chairman for Stephen H. Butter's campaignfor
memoriam reverence to
sharper focus the evils with the ocwardice of violence
the House Representatives, Group 99.
which he daily struggled, thenit "If we do recognize the a noble leader, who gave his
eI Mrs. Cherry is a former Legal Services staff attorney, former -
can lead us to action- and testament in the life and death
all for the of all
author of the column "Legal Services" for the Miami i, equality men.
to a reaffirmation of faith in of Martin Luther if
King -- we
Times, co-author of "For triats In Color,"presently assistantlaw We honor the memory of: .
ourselves and in our nation. do rededicate ourselves to the
professor, and affiliated with the firm of Abramson and
"Let us, then, find comfortin mission of healing the torment Butter. DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.
Dr. King's own words. a fit
eulogy tor himself, We will be closed from Easter Sunday until
'If you are cut down in a
movement which is desiged April 21.
to save the soul of a nation * *. * * * * *

then no other death Special Settings TUNE IN TO JON CARLTON in the Real Estate
could be more redemptive. Special Low Prices Corner, WMBM, 1490 KC, Friday 3:00 p.m. and
.' Lots of Free Parking i 9:00: p.m. Get Real Estate information and callto
"Let us find honesty in the 307 NW 2nd Ave-371-5016 I see the homes.FRANKLIN'S .
awareness that what Martin OPEN 7 DAYS
Lather King sought for his own

I people is in the best interestsof SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
all the people. Beautiful 2 bedroom, 2 bath CBS home at 249 NW
"And let us find purpose and 56th St. This like new home has awning windows, CARPET
unity in the words he spoke as
gas heat, stove and refrigerator and is a bargain
he Prize accepted, the Nobel Peace at$12,000 with $400 down and$74.41 month, FHA. 8650 NW 22 Ave.

'I have the audacity to be- SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
lieve that people everywhere Lovely CBS home at 330 NW 58th St. Fla room, SPECIALIZING IN

can have three carport, tile roof, awnings and a swimming pool,
meals a day for their tool FHA bargain at $13,500 with $450 down and
bodies, education and cul- $83.71 month.
ture for their minds, and COMMERCIAL CLEANING &
dignity, euqlity and free- NO QUALIFYING $800 DOWN MOVE IN!

dom for their spirits.; Pretty corner house, aluminum siding, awnings, FLOOR WAXING
"There are things the peo- I a I Iou s I e windows, stove, refrig Price only
$6,000 with $800 down and $75 month. CARPETING CLEANED IN YOUR HOME OR OUR PLANT


LeadersTo CBS, 3 bedrooms, large enclosed front porch,

dining room, garage.Near Shadow lawn Elementary Call 696-9133 635-3641
school at 47th Terrace near NW 1st Av. Price: or
DiscussJobs $12,500 with $600 down. No red tape. Move inl I

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new, 3 bedroom CBS, awnings, jalousie >> I M1

windows, gas wall heater, terrazzo floors, stove,
PoorDade refrigerator, washing machine. Bargain at $13,000 +IfY S Hy Sr1 141 .y.
For FHA with $400 down and $80.82 month. (Our { '
Opo-locko number is 624O666.) aA14Jr

meet Monday, April 14 to discuss Modern CBS duplex, 2 bedrooms each side, jalou
union participation in the sie windows, tile roof, terrazzo floors, gas
new JOBS, Miami program to heat, sprinkler system, pretty patio, on NW 96thSt.
hire the
hard-core unemployed. and 23rd Ave. FHA bargain at $17,000 with
E. T. Stephenson, Presidentof $700 down and $104.55 month. Live rent free. ? rrlr, f't ..G'ItflI

the Dade County Federationof -- WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES -
Labor, and William Grogan,
International vice president of YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
the Transport Workers Union, $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VETOR BEING 8
said over 20 top union officials DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFYREALTY

will attend the dinner meeting;
in the Everglades Hotel.
JOBS, Miami the local driveof
the newly formed National
Alliance of BusinessmenNAB
( ) seeks to place 900 per- %_. BROKER
sons in jobs by June, 1969 and
to find work this summer for 4932 NW 7th Ave. 4 4

2,600 Stepehnson poor school-aged and Grogan PL 9-4371 EASTER CLEANING SPECIAL

feady have pledged the sup-
port of the Federation and of 16000 NW 27 Ave

jobs the Transport effort. Stephenson Workers to is the the 624-3666 We Carry Brand Name Carpeting

AFL-CIO's labor liaison to Open Evenings Sundays
Miami's NAB program


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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 12, 1968 31 '

CLASSIFIED ADS Mature HELP couple-live WANTED in lovely r

home in North Miami Beach. J

15 WORDS OR LESS $1.50. 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD Care of house and lawn. Man I
t needs drivers license. Help
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P.M. care for 2 school age childrenand

2 dogs. Good salary. Ref-
FOR SALENO FOR SALE FOR RENT erences. Phone 949-3546.

QUALIFYING $1000 down BUSINESS PROPERTY Two bedroom apartment. No Mature lady. L 1 vein lovely
and move, right in. Modern 2 See 510 NW 54th Street.Com. kids 2360 NW 66th Street. North Miami Beach home. Experienced

bedroom CBS Fla. room, car- mercial. Zoned C-5. 2 story housekeeper with
port, appliances..Tubin,Real- CBS, large store, 10 feet 1 bedroom furnished,air-con references. Enjoy school age
tors. 7906 NW 7th Ave. Ph. overhead doors. Ideal for auto ditioned apt. This is a deluxe children and dogs.Good salary

6914785. painting shop-grocery-manu apartment for steady working Phone: 949-3546. 4 .
facturing. 2 offices plus '2 couple. $95.00 per month on I .4RECEIVES
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NEWLY DECORATED 2 BED- large furnished apartments, year basis. Security required
for wait
Neat appearing girls
upstairs air-conditioned Available on 15th. See man-
ROOM CBS, FLA. ROOM, ress and dining room. Will AWARDDr.
rear parking, priced low. ager immediately In apt.2,175
train if necessary. Good prominent Fort Lauderdale/ physician
Owner will finance 6% mort NW 38th Street.
AGE. Large lot. FHA price
gage. 751-5171. salary. Apply Delmonico and surgeon is presented the amual "Bigger and

$10,500.month Tubin$250 down Realtors and$77.41 7906 for working male. Call Hotel, 6393 Collins Ave. MI- Better Business" award by Sidney McCray, president of
ami Beach. Phone 865-5786. the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. the Florida I
633-2336. on
NW 7th Ave. Ph. 691-4785. Freshly painted inside and out- Indef.
( Memorial College Dr. Mizell featured
side. 2 bedroom 1 bath Fla. campus. was
FHA PRICE $11,500 $350 DN. room, garage, CBS, FHA Rooms. Prefer business and speaker during the observance of Bigger and Better
and $84.54 MONTH. NEAR 17 $10500, $250 down, $77 month| professional women. You live BEVERAGE DRIVERS Business Week by the undergraduate Fraternity chapter.
Avenue. 2 bedroom CBS, Fla. Veterans or displaced persons: away from landlords. Rent a Experienced. Excellent Op Fraternity members shown 'left to right, Bernard Brown,

room, carport,.utility room, $100 down, Atlantic and Pact room in a five bedroom house portunities. $100 or more for Sidney McCray, Paul Jones, Dr. Mizell, Gary Tolbert,,,
appliances. Tubin Realtors, fic Realtors, 666-0411. with other business and pro the right men. Hospitalization Errol Archibald, George Brown, and Theardis Watson.

7906 NW 7th Ave. Ph., 691-4785 fessional women. Good neigh and uniforms. Sunset BottlingCo.
No qualifying, income property borhood, nicely furnished,usei .'50 West 29th St. Hialeah.
JUST BUILT 3 BEDROOM 2 2 lovely CBS houses. i I of large kitchen, dining room, (Indef.) Wilkins Cites Dangers of
BATH CBS, MODERN KIT- 1 lot. Front 2 bedroom I bath living room and Fla. room, I

CHEN. $1500 DOWN AND dining room, extra large Fla. near busline,bank,north south Experienced male plant workers Racial PolarizationTUCSON
move right in.Tubin, Realtors room, carport, awnings, wall expressway. Reasonable rent. for soft drink industry.
7906 NW 7th Ave. Ph. 691-4785 to wall carpet.Rear 2 bedroom To see call NE 5-4805 Good starting salary with po-
1 bath,awning. Both furnished. tential increases immediately Ariz.- Addressing Mayor James Corbett,Jr.,the
POOL HOUSE LIKE NEW 3 Lovely area move right-hi. Room with private bath. Man Sunset Bottling Co. 50 West the NAACP's annual West NAACP leader said that thereis
BEDROOM CBS. Modern kit- Close to school, bus, shopping only call7a.m.and8p.m.696- 29th St. Hialeah. (Indef.) Cost regional conferencehere a very real danger of such a
chen, central heat, garage. income $225 month. $2000 3295. ; Roy Wilkins, the Asso- development, unless the coun-
Tile roof, hardwood floors. down Monthly payment to suit ciation's executive director, try moves promptly and mas-
Lovely 8th Ave. area FHA Atlantic and Pacific Realtors New type house CBS 3 bedrooms REMODELINGRoom warned against the"polarization sively to half present trends.
terms: $700 down and $107.76 666-0411. .. living room, dining additions remodeling of American society into Citing the report of the Na-
kitchen and bath. alterations commercial 'white and black tional Commission
month Tubin, Realtors. 7906 room, Very camps. Advisory
clean. North Miami industrial residential. Free Welcomed to on Civil Disorders of
NW 7th Ave. Ph. 691-4785. NO QUALIFYINGNO Beach. thecitybyMISCELLANEOUS which
1420 & 1430 NE 151st St. Call estimates. Allied .he is a member, he predictedthat
DUPLEX 2bedroom 1 bath MOVE RIGHT Carey's Rental, 371-3622. _4463288. urban distress would grow

each side. Only 2 blocks from 7725 NW 14th Avenue. Great- TV SERVICE worse if immediate action is
Furnished 1 bedroom house BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY not taken to Implement theCommission's
Manor Park. FHA terms$15- est bargain in town! Like new City wide 24 hour service
000. $450 down ideal for young couple see Partner wanted. Large Income recommendations. -
and$93.33mo. 3 bedroom -2 baths On cor- Charge it, 634-6714. Castle
between 4 and 7 at Short hours. Ambitiousand .
Tubin Realtors. 7906 p.m. p.m.
NW 7th ner lot. Call 235-2958. TV.
Ave. Ph. 691-4785. 2295 NW 98th St. Rear house. honest. 1-5 p.m. 757-0010. Mr. Wilkins' appearancehere
March 30,before the 800

6531 NW 1st Place on lake- CORNER POOL HOME Furnished kitchenette, room Will do home washing and Don't put off making your Will. delegates and friends attending -
I 2 bedroom, Fla. room, garage By owner 3 bedroom, 2 bath. gas, light, water included ironing. For reasonable For will form plus instruction the dinner session

tile roof, oak floors, air-con, Hardwood floors, awning win- $13.50 week. 1 room ,850. prices 3160 NW 67th Street. $1.00 P. 0. Box 181 Edison concluded a week-long tour of. .
I ditioned and heat fenced dows, built-in kitchen, all ap- Call 633-3109 or 6351078. Center, Miami, Fla. the Wast which began with a.%
FHA $16,200.00 downpayment pliances awnings, sprinklers, (M. 10)) major address at the Centen-
2971 NW 162nd St.By appoint 1 CBS apartment- furnished air nial Charter Day observanceof
$600 (Vets only $300) monthly
$100.06 ment. 6243376. conditioned. Patio adults onlyno Female. Experienced sewing APPLIANCES. 1 large family the University of California -
today machine
pets, small deposit, work- operators. Semi-or size 2 door refrigerator with at Berkeley where he received -
Realty (Broker) 811 NW 54th
St., phone 757-5724. Like new 2 bedroom 2 bath CBS Ing couple only $32.00 week. work. Air conditioned freezer top $75. up right: an honorary doctor of
carporte, awning, patio beau- 1350 NW 52nd Street. factory. Guaranteed minimum freezer $75. Washing machine laws degree.
1313 tiful landscaped, city water Johnny's Pleating and $25. Apartment size refrigerator Others who addressed the
NW 96th St. custom 3
bedroom, 2 bath on lake no with extra well and pump for Store at 2967 NW 62ndSt. Zon- Stitching 622-0266., 5357 NW 35th- Ct. 3000. Stop In any time three-day reglonalconterence
qualifying large modern kit lawn. Nicely furnished too! ed B-3. $75 per month. First after 5 p.m. this week only Included Nathaniel Colley,
chen, screened patio,air-con- Move right In.Close to school, and last month. Call 624-8839 2295 NW 93rd Street. i Sacramento attorney and
bus and shopping $1900 down NAACP Board member;EEOC
ditioned, fenced, tile roof, (Apr. 27) CHILD CARE
Samuel Jack-
month. Seller take back
central heat, wall to wall car-
pet, sprinkler system and mortgage. Most see today!At- 1805 1/2 NW 76th TERRACE Mothers, Mothers, I f you are LEGAL NOTICE NAACP:son; Gloster director B. Current,
of branches
lantic and Pacific Realtors looking for a clean neat home Intend to : ;
much more assume $15,000 Bungalow 11/2 room.1, un- register under fictitious William Pollard AFL-CIO
mortgage at $126 monthly 666-0411. furnished, except kitchen. experienced babysitter good name act "Ultra I(civil rights department, Leonard
priced low 20'syou need$1- Only single person. Weekly food call us pickup and de- White." DON LOCKWOOD, C a tr te r, NAACP; West
500 down we can finance bal- NO CLOSING COSTS $16.00 Call Mr. Gross daily livery. 633-2002 or 633-2732 owner. 2040 NW 17th Street, I,Coast
Live rent free! Beautiful CBS 444-6126 Miami Florida, Regional Director; and
ance if you really want the evenings 4482824. (Cleve McDowell
best call Aetna Realty (Broker Duplex, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, Mar. 29, Apr. 5,12, 19 :
), 811 NW 54th St., phone: carport, on extra large cor- CHILDCARE 'Infants'and toddlers. Best of
ner lot tile roof. Bar-B-Que
J57-572I. Infants and toddler. Best of 'care in the home.
pit. Freshly painted.FHA$500
2025-27 NW 91st Street live down $96 month. Atlantic and care in my home. PL 8-9972 ( 635-2893'1) SALESMAN ACER WANTED

rent free all CBS duplex Pacific Realtors 666-0411. Owner of the oldest real estate office in this

FHA value $13,700 only$450 area is desirous of contacting a wide-awake,

down-No closing costs$84.99 1646 NW 1st Court. To settle STONE'S INCOME TAX alert, aggressive, licensed real estate salesmanto
monthly freshly painted, a estate. See and contact A. C. takeover as sales manager of this fully equipped
real solid investment to live Lowery, attorney P. 0. Box office. Excellent opportunity. For appointment,
in, see today Aetna Realty 974 NW Station, Miami. Serving the Miami i area for over 15 years at call Ed Cfiorboneou.
I (Broker), 811 NW 54th St.,ph. EDISON REALTY, REALTORS
7575724. $3,600 Price!!! 2265 NW 57 st. 700 NW 4th AVENUE 7512441EDISON

I $4,900 (6 rooms)2163NW 53St
Lovely: lake tout home o:i ''mjo $4,900 ((6 rooms) 1910NW88st $3.00 $6.00
corner lot. 2 Urge bedrooms: $5,0001798 NW83S1371-6990 .
757-5724. Open every day except Sunday 9-1 & 4-8

---.- CBS House 2 bedrooms, wall Sundays 9.1 '

1313 NW 32il: St. bedroom heater, carport. Lot 85 x 78 Specials
home plus :i rental efficiency Call owner 759-2956.
FHA value $11,000 only $400
down (Vets $100) one 15 year WIGSOnly
mortgage No closing costs FOR SALE STOPINOUROFFICE

this will nt be available long, Large 3 bedr nom TO SEE THE FOLLOWING:

call now Aetna RealtyBrok- 2 bath. Garage 12 Pieces ((1)) $5500 tli"l for this! clean 2 bedroom home
er), 811 NW 54th St. ph. 757- 1809 NW 41st Street near .. and 20th Avenue.
5724. LOTS F01SALE Importer will sell these natural black and ((2)) No qualifying. $1700 cash down. Nice clean

-1876- 3bedroomNo JE 3.1340 natural brown 100% human hair wigs, some home near Edison High School. $75 mo.
NW 93rd Ter.
qualifying nice Cash pays for land. already styled and set ready for wearfrom ((3)) CBS terrazzo duplex floors, 2 bedroom FHA each side. Tile roof,.
terms Near
stove and refrigerator, new $25.00. Remember these are not dyed, but ((4)) 2 CBS houses Live in one, rent the our

roof, heat, city water, total are natural human color and are sold below qualifying. Takes $3,000 down. Very good
price $10,000, $1,000 down, NORTHEASTBeautiful close-in location.
$99 monthly Hurry! Hurryl wholesale price. For appointment call evenings

Hurryl! Aetna Realty (Broker) Furnished 2 Bedroom Apt. i : . OPEN, ALL DAY. .- EVERY, .DAY ,. _
811 NW 54th st.rb.: 757-5724. "

In Select Hot Vicinity Water :EDISON REALTY: "RealtorsIlf *, -
Lovely lake front home on huge Free 634-1700 ,
corner lot. 2 large bedrooms, Ho Pets or MinorsPL I 2na Sf ITHE
screened Fla., room, call now 9-4174 ,4J.'

Marge Maxwell, Realtor 685- , .. .

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