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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: April 19, 1968
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I j" .p T Quit Talking And Start Doing Memphis I ) "araage iJ'iJORY.' .


The untimely death of Dr. Martin Luther King brought sighs :
; of sorrow from both the white and Negro community, but no Strike Settled :1 t
solutions for the sick society we live which helped produce the
i assassins of Dr. King and President John F. Kennedy.
ti{ d Tbe-veffjc depths of our American society are base& a- he The 65-day strike In Memphis cilman J. 0. Patterson J.,ac- v\
premise that aJSmjen are created equal, yet there Is no real Term., ended Tuesday cused the governing body of i'
equality in the United! states -- unless 7011 are white. when 1,300 city garbage collectors being responsible for the prolonged ?
The weekend following Dr. King's death there were repeated agreed to go back to strike and the tragedy .';
rumors that Dade County would explode" and become an- work. The racial angles in the which resulted from It. *( ,
other Chicago, Washington, or Baltimore. But Instead Negroesand dispute caused Dr. Martin The lone dissenting vote was \
J whites locked arms and Joined together in honoring this Luther King to go to Memphis cast by Councilman Bob <
great man. where he was shot and killed James. He said he was happy ]
But is our debt, to this great man satisfied with this mere April 4. the strike was over but that ': <
act of marching for one hour?We don't think so, and don't be- The strikers, 98 per cent of the city does not have the .
lieve you do either., them Negro, applauded enthusiastically money it is promising these ,
In order for the white community to show that it is willing to as they unanimously men." i'
accept black,men as brothers, we must quit talking and start accepted the agreement.T. The agreement calls for a
doing something about the social ills--poverty, housing, unemployment 0.Jones,president of Local 10-cent-an hour wage increase -
etc. -- that plague American life today. It is not 1733, American Federation of May 1 and another five
sufficient for our white brothers to say"r m sorry" but rather State, County and Municipal cents an hour Sept. 1, plus union -
they must search their souls and help us "America's Employes, supervised the vot recognition -- the key I
problem." Being sorry does not solve our nation's problems. issue -- and dues checkoff.
Despite how lucky and secure we might feel In Dade County of the city 13-member The men were earning $1.65
today since we have not had any disturbances here, we feel it council, but one, approved the to $2.10 an hour when they quit
Is no time I to sit back and gloat over something that did not agreement after Negro CounSummer work Feb. 12.
happen. America has done this far too long,and that's probablythe
reason we're in danger of a decaying nation.
Now is the time for us to make a community effort to bring Recreation 'i+
about some changes which truly wild make Dade County SAFE
\ and a happy place for all to live.i
Mrs Marilyn, Griffin displays one of more than We have perhaps waited too long. The s w 1m ming pool in '\ ,
\ 1,000copiesofo special souvenir picture of Dr. Martin Brownsville which was supposed to have been built last sum- Planned For Youth
Luther King, being 'given away by The Miami Times. mer has not been erected. Why? Money was appropriated for
Just drop by The Times office at 6530 NW 15th Avenue that pool almost a year ago, yet no ground has been turned for
of the facility. At the Columbus Hotel on The 25bus Iness men and ;
daily and pick up this special memoriam picture ,
We, as a community, have a long and perhaps treacheroustask Tuesday, at a breakfast spon- civic leaders were told by \
King, This is another of the public, features of your sored nand Mrs. that she wanted .
ahead of us.But it is one which we must begin now, or Miami bybuslnessme Range \
\ community newspaper, The- Miami Times. Photo by will be another Washington, another Chicago, or another 'civic leaders plans wer.e programs.with a minimum of '
Johnson of Miami., Baltimore. Let's quit talking, and' start. doing something made for asummeryouthrec-' adult supervision and maxl- *,
I J .- ,;' reation: program. ,mum of, youth participation. .9
'k, t "'Commissioner Athalie .
: City
first' ) !

1Angry Husband ,Kills Wife, 2 Others In ChurchINDIANAPOLIS vin Range the Reese and program.laid City the Manager foundationsfor Mel- that Commissioner The they should told find Negro the vacant group City 'I'f\\{(

out said Opal The two groups began workto buildings, stores and rooms
Ind. Aman Police Lt. Thomas Bryant When police arrived Norris shooting that the youths themselves
barricaded himself alone in Tandy, deputy coroner.A organize neighborhood .
identified the as Norris could fix
rifle walked gunman up.
carrying a
reational that
Edwards. the church. Police threw tear half-dozen officers open programs
Into an afternoon church ser- Into the church ed fire on him with rifles and Negro and white youths could She also said that she hoped ',.J
He said Edwards drove up gas grenades ,
vice Sunday and began firing, Norris out. revolvers, hitting him at least go to and from the end of workto the program could spill over
truck driving
and to the church in a pickup ,
three wounding
three others before police cut walked Into the service in pro- When he came out,he camo six times. going to bed. Into the county. The new exe-
cutive director of the Metro 1\
and revol- gress with bolt-actionriUle,
him down with rifle
Relations Board
Community '
and started shooting.His \
ver fire.
Robert Simms maxi-
estranged wife, Gladys, pledged
Police said the shooting
his sister-in-law Sheila Miy mum cooperation.
j grew out of marital diffi "
culties. Bell, and eight-year-old girl, Mrs. Range stressed the necessity -
The shooting occurred at the Myrna Degraphenreed, were of the widest spread ",
Bible Way Missionary Baptist killed. b I J I 't lJ recreational activities dan-
Church, a Negro church located The minister, the Rev. Wil- cing, b ill a r d s, table tennis,
in a predominately Negro liam H. Blue, his wife, May-: music, dramatics, boxing n
neighborhood on the edge of belle, and Roosevelt Jenkins anything that youngsters like
Indianapolis' business district were wounded. to do.
All the dead and wounded were The other members of the Mr. Reese said that the city

tied wanted to minimize govern-

7Lw'.ui ment participation in any programs
r and, instead get a "S
maximum of private par
Negroes."I ticipation. Said Reese, "Wedon't
want the Incidents that
have happened in other com-
; Projects munities. We want to keep the
image of Miami. With our em-
.' hope this presentationwill phasis on tourists, we have a
Haley Sofge, Metro's directorof interest many and serveas greater stake than any other
Little HUD, that a profes- a catalyst to action for ti community. Our responsibility
gioal group be formed to advise some," said Sofge. Is to stand up and do some-
on urban development "It's something I hope pro- thing."
projects that frequently puzzle fessional groups will be able Project RUSH Builds Pork On 12th Avenue Mr. Reese suggested that
local organizations. to explore with Little HUD in owners who donate buildingsor
"We must involve people-- the near future," he said. An Integrated group of businessmen The men RUSH come from equipment in two weeks. Last store fronts might be able ,
professional people-- in the He added,"No other department drove their cars and all walks of life, and many a week the group rented trucks to count it as a donation to the
decision-making process that in the city may seek such trucks onto a rubbish-strewn guy In dungarees with a shovelare and hauled rubbish out of the United Funds, with resulting
governs our city development an overview, but I assure you parkway on NW 12th Avenue in the$30,000ayearbrac- Liberty City area. tax benefit.A .
projects j ," Sofge said. we do." and 63rd Street Wednesday ket. But as Henry Gherman, Members of the group include -
morning. Five hours later they North Miami Beach Insuranceman Gherman, Charles committee was named by
He proposed the organization The "professional coali- left a cleaned up and roped off who organized the group Curry, Marvin Pehr, Ronald Mrs. Range that began immediate -
of countywide groups of tion" would be able to go to grassy park area with benches said, "This makes our work Epstein, William Larkins, planning after the break
architects, contractors, lawy- work almost immediately, he all the more satisfying." Martin Rolnick, Richard Walters fast, and appointed as
ers and other professionalmen said, in advising Dade's rudimentary The group includes businessmen Barry Eisenblatt, Jim chairman Gene Autrey, a
into an advisory group for Model Cities program This was Project RUSH in accountants, college Levenson, Patrick Range, Florida power and Light executive -
shaping the Dade County of the action. professors, insurance sales- John Lee, Donald Wheeler .

future. He said the coalition would RUSH was organized follow- men, a stock broker, a pilot, Jones, Leonard Turkel, John Several other businessmen rand
Should the idea become eventually advise on mattersof ing the death of Dr. Martin Luther a Judge, and you name it. Wilson, Richard Pittman, women were named to
workable, it could mean new urban renewal,public hous- King when many consci- Project RUSH has a few Maury Tennenbaura, David committees. The committeeand
approach to urban assistance ing, and other programs of the ences felt that more should and more wrinkles to try out in the Leeb, Roger Dunham, Max B. the city commission will
projects in Dade and all over Department of Housing Urban could be done to help different community, the park will be Kogen and David Kitchens. meet again for another breakfast -
the country. Development. communities. completed with recreation Johnson photo on April 30.

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I .. NAACP Launches National Drive For "Coo! Summer" I INEW

bet- dations for action in the areasof spite the claims of Negro ex-
YORK Roy Wilkins suits through finding more whlteyl' and 'Kill 10 whites for the people would develop a community i coordination, tremists who talk about,'Get
executive director; .of the Na- Jobs for youth and "the hardcore every Negro killed,' the peo- ter understanding of protection, eco- Americans by the King
tional Association;:tqr the AdvanceraQnt'of.Colpr'ed -,.,' unemployed," fostering ple who lose their lives are other and of their respective nomic consumer advancement, edu- der. We wish Mr. Wilkins mur-

>< } People, cooperation between Negro Negroes." problems.Mr. and industry and success in this "
labor every drive.
Wilklns l said that the cation,
has initiated'I a nationwidedrive :communities and police and
to avert further racial' other local officials, and the being All urged NAACP undertake are ai'1 NAACP, with 60,000 young housing.As The news conference in
violence. In conference promotion of "cool it" attitude members, has a larger youth which
a news a "Adopt Cop" program which in its ranks than any part of the kit, Mr. Wilkins Mr. Wilkins revealed
at national NAACPheadquarters among us neary ha li- has been piloted by the Oakland group civil organization. exhibited a series of nonviolence NAACP action came a day before
here, April 8,he said: million members and other Calif., Branch. Under other. rights stickers. "No Young the funeral of the Rev.Dr.

"Anything can happen this citizens. this program, Association Blood on the Pavement-- Martin Luther King, Jr. The
summer, and probably will, An action-program kit detailing members, particularly the Editorializing on the program vent Riots," one said. He said drive to head violence, Mr.
unless w e act to head off disaster the program has been youth, would seek to make announced by Mr. Wilkins that one hundred thousand of Wilkins said, "is a more fitting
." He then announced a sent to branch officials. friends with a single police- the New York Daily News these are being distributed already memorial to Dr. Martin
massive program to be imple- It stresses implementation of man in their community said: "Black and white coop- and another quarter Luther King, Jr., than any-
mented by all 1,500 branchesof the report of the National Ad- pecially in cities with few or eration to solve race problemsis million, will be distributed. thing you could put in stone or
the Association across the visory Commission on Civil no Negroes in the police de- the only practical cause .. metal or embody in a floral
country.The Disorders. The NAACP action partment. Through such a relationship a fact which seems to have Mr. Wilkins saidthatdeNAACP tribute."
campaign will seek reII kit makes specific recommen- both the police and been impressed on many

I Civil, Rights Bill Passage Brings New Hope'NEW I Mourns Slaying I I

YORK. The Senate achieve Wednesday's result. had passed in the House, but House Rules Committee (On Of Dr. Martin Luther King I

approved civil rights bill pas Enactment of the bill is a tri- was blocked in the Senate be- Wednesday, the committeeclear
sed by the House of Representatives umph not only for the civil cause it contained an open the bill for action. The NEW YORK. On behalf ers, National Board membersand
on April 10"vindicates rights proponents but, more housing section. In 1967, the full House vote was taken on the members and officers of staff of the National Association -
the faith of those of us who believe Importantly, for the nation as bill was revived and passed Wednesday, April 10, and the the National Association for for the Advancement of
that,effective change can a whole." March 11, 1968, in the Senate, bill was passed by a vote of 250 the Advancement of Colored Colored People send you this
be brought about through the In 1966, the civil rights bill but got bogged down in the to 171. People, Executive Director message.
Roy Wilkins, on April 5, dispatched Within hours after the tragic
NCCIJ OFFICIAL SAYS the following telegramof news of the assassination

condolence to Mrs. Martin reached him, Mr. Wilkins issued -

b White Racism Responsible For Riot"White Luther King, Jr.: the following statement:
OJT hearts are with you and "The NAACP is shockedand
the children in this dark hour. deeply grieved by the dastardly -
Your husband was one of the murder of Dr. Martin
racism, determinedby In with 22 other Urban Coalition and-Dr. Mar
w 0 rid's great disciples of Luther King. His murderer or
the Kerner Commission as organizations, NCCIJ has co- tin Luther King's Poor Peo- peace. He had the compassionand murderers must be promptly
essentially responsible for the published and distributed ple's Campaign. love for all mankind which apprehended and brought to
violence in our cities is a
special 32-page pamphlet mark the true believers Int Justice. He was a symbol of the
moral problem and must be attacked -
of the of the
summary Report non-violence. The cause of interracial non-violent civil rights protest
by the white churches, Antonio.-Airman
National Advisory Com
Justice has sufferedan movement. His senseless
said Mathew Ahmann, execu- mission on Civil Disorders. Albert M. Fletcher, son of
incalculable loss in his assassination solves .
tive director of the Natioal Mrs. Mary E. Fletcher of nothing.It
Catholic Conference for Inter- 16230 NW 19thAve.Rd.Opa- tragic death and the most fit- will not stay the civil rights
racial Justice. A h man n called for NCCU locka, has completed basic ting monument to his memory movement; it will instead spurit
affiliates to stress the need for training at Lackland AFB, would be the opportunity and to greater activity. It places
--- long-range educational pro- Tex. He is remaining at the freedom for his people for upon the American people the
ROY WILKINS "The Commission said the grams for all segments of the Air Force Technical Training which he gave his life.In shock responsibility to move
problem of realizing the catholic community to eliminate Center for specialized school- and grief but in determinationto promptly and ms ;ively to expunge -
legislative process," Roy recommendations it made on white racism, including Ing as a security policeman realize his goals the offic- 'racism

Wilkins, NAACP executive director treating the ghetto problemwas programs for human relations ..........._..........................oo ....................
stated this week. The .- - - - - --------- -- ---- -- -- -- ---
the problem of creatinga training for lay leadership, :
bill will eliminate racial bar- new national will for national clergy, teachers,and required :
riers in 80 per cent of the na- action We believe that crea- elementary and secondary EARNS i
tion's housing. It also providesfor tion of the'national will' is school courses in human relations :
stiff Federal penalties for probably the greatest spiri- and Negro history. :
those who intimidate or injure tual problem confronting religious i 40 %

civil rghts workers. institutions in America He also urged affiliated organizations !

text ," Ahmann declared in cal- to bank as well as .
Full of Mr. Wilklns'
statement follows: ling on NCC LJ's 150 affiliated purchase goods and servicesin s COMMISSION
Catholic Interracial Councilsand the black community.On the .
"Passage by the House of Human RslatiosCom legislative front, he urged .. t M 1< the Senate-approved civil missions to set up their efforts support of the similar goals of .

rights bill with its open hous- for social Justice. the Kerner Commission, the .n.e t.nS eor ..

ing provision and its protec- .. pac>e ,t 'op ..
tion of the constitutional rightsfor .
hemmed-in ghetto dwel- S cx1 .- .
lers and encouragement to ::Lr L------------------- .
civil rights workers In be- : N tew ,i,_ .
nighted areas of our country. } Ml AM1.p .
It vindicates the faith of thoseof Sp aCw a ..
us who believe that effective e .P' S
S ''c \ tiMES .
change can be brought Q nr4'w .
about the .. oppo .
through legislative nu to .nd' .
t.n 0
process. .. e.!, !. n.1 race.n0 /m( iecaar, wtlh } ..

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"As recently as two months .. my ed .th ej wllq.r vI Mfl ED .
ago, only a handful of the most d.. V! t .
may $ .
optimistic and determinedcivil ' h ..\\ N.a.t .
rights advocates believed I : ,.r I'' v 3i i.!'eIDrl ..

it possible of enactment, par- : ?
c.r ,como1t :
t b
ticularly with the addition of : :m'a ;n : Firstyou buy 11 copies of the Miami :
its open housing section. t co 1ytt of tt Times for 99*. Sell them for 15< a :
Foremost among these were a : ow. 1A. 't* piece. You make 66< profit. with :
small band of liberals in Con- : this profit plus your original 99{ Investment :

gress and the Leadership Con- you buy 22 more Miami :
ference on Civil Rights whose : Times. Repeat this process untilyouare .
legislative committee is head- selling 50 or more papers. When :
ed by Clarence Mitchell, director : t you are selling 50 Miami Times, :
of the NAACP Washington : t you will make $3.00 profit for your :
Bureau. They worked indefatigably self each week.
S :
with members of ''i a'teNe .
both Houses of Congress and S. .
s.1 G .
with the Administration to .

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JUST GLANCE at the partially clenched fist of ..
Lawrence Douglas (right) and you'll have some idea of 'i-' '. :

SUPPORTYOUR the emotion this top student is experiencing as he re- Call 691-0421 :. :
ceived a CIT Notional Achievement Scholar Award of .

. 1968 from another "top winner, Gary's Mayor RichardG. : The .:
Hatcher. It was really two honors rolled into one for Miami Times
6530 NW 15th Ave.
YMCA the 18-year'old Roosevelt High (Gary, Ind.) school .. !
senior, for the award carries with it a four-year scholar- .
ship to the college of his choice. (NPI Photo). ..
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Or Move Toward Police State I 10t ,

The passage another civil Louisiana lawmaker had voted persons are now saying that
rights bill last week was not for a civil rights bill. the practical effects of this law "
accompanied by nearly the exuberance It Is too early to tell whether will in any way lessen the
other such legisla- this new law,even as a symbol, threats of more violence in the
tion has evoked in previous has much to commend It. But cities this spring and summer, l
years. One reason may have there should be no Illusions or relieve the conditions that
been the still-somber mood of about Its immediate, effect. make violence. Instead, much
Congress and the nation because will have little.It hope is now being vested in the
of the murder of Dr. Is not likely for example, symbolism o f a Congress enacting -
Martin Luther King and the that the law's much-touted and another measure aim-
wave of urban disorders.But sweeping open housing provision ed largely at improving the lot t r '
most likely the bill's will bring about the disin- of the Negro people.
backers were subdued because tegration otNegro ghettoes,or Perhaps though, Operation
they knew,as many of them had even hasten that disintegration. Equality, sponsored by the National i

conceded weeks ago, that this Urban League, will be ,, .If
new law would have little immediate Nor will its provision grant- able to get off the ground now. J :.! >>',,:" ,
impact on the racial Ing Federal Jurisdiction over The project J funded by the M ,. t 'W' 1
problems now confronting the those who commit violence Ford Foundation, has been a ... .I..I ;
country. against civil rights workers dismal failure to this point. CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS MONUMENT
Rep. Hale Boggs of Louisiana deter scum such as the man Now, armedwithanopenhous- \ ,
assistant Democratic who assassinated Dr. King. ing law, the project might very
leader in the House, summedup Nor will its antiriot provision well help Dade Countians realize Miami Mayor Stephen P. Clark (center) Monday, April 15, accepted a model of
this feeling: "I think this reduce rioting, since "out- EQUALITY sooner than the 15-foot monument to beerected on Watson Island/ which will commemorate the
bill is symbolic. Either we side' agitators are only mar- the nation's other urban cities. discovery of America. A gift of the Spanish government, the cornerstone was laid in
move ahead as one people or ginal contributors to such' dis The open housing law is Just ceremonies in which Miami Commissioner Mrs. M. Athalie Range (right) participated \
we move toward a police turbances.All one step toward a national re- together with Manuel Fragalribarne' (left), Spanish Minister Information/ and Tourism \
state." Boggs then cast his these provisions might surgency of decency.It is hop of Madrid Miami-Metro News Bureau
vote for the bUll It was the first have some practical value in ed that the remaining steps
time, significantly, that the coming years. But only a few will soon follow.

I Cannon Blasts Temporary Jobs Photo.'j

The director of Dade's ban unemployment which is makers should take an active
Equal Opportunity Task headed by Representative part in efforts to help solve urban '
ll 0
Force, Frank Cannon, vigor- Gerald Lewis and Senator problems.
ously c r It i zed temporaryjobs Robert Shevin. It was the sec- Said Lewis, "I cannot un-
for Negro youths, who ond meeting In two months for derstand how soma legisla- >' rI
should be permanently em- the urban affairs committee. tors can be critical of others 'j
ployed to a void urban prob- Dade County recently begana who wish to do something about I*
lems. move to place more than 900 the biggest i problems facing > '
Cannon said that the emphasis Negroes in permanent Jobs our country our state,and our \
should be on permanent throughout the county in the nation today."
employes; for with summer next few months. Continued Lewis, "Unem
jobs projects, "we are mere- "But, said ,Cannon, "if we ployment is one of the most
ly painting ourselves into a look at the problems of Jobsin crucial problems facing our \
corner which is becoming the sense of only giving urban areas today; we won't II
smaller each year." summer jobs every year,each solve it overnight and it won'tbe '.
May I will be faced with the solved during the courseof ,
this J< '''"'' ; < " "' 'ih\b' .!<.' \ '< ""; "'/'" :';w ,"": ',?:''''i )}" ":y, < "" :
same problem. pro- meeting

vide adequate" Jobs year- Cannon said that many employers I'I-{. "1'""" *,...A 1""c,",."" ., , -t.",, >''''',. ".o< , ".. .... l r t'
round. hire these Negroes or
Criticism was also level- members of minority groups I
ed on legislatorsbyStateRep- and they can thenpointtothemand I II
resentative Gerald Lewis, say, "look, we have Negro [
YY Y who said that the state law- employes."
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r .; '/; ':First 'Urban' RNIww1w'roLe ,: :r*'; MODERATE RATES-CALL

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Breaking ground last weekto will be paving of other streets,
FRANK CANNONThe start the construction of MiI sanitary sewers and landscaping I
ami's first urban renewal site in the vicinity of 20th RENTAL I
I criticism from Cannot I
improvement project were Street.
came at a meeting of a legis-
county and city officials. The other Phases will be
lative sub-committee on ur-
Among these officials were Two and Three, which will Include AGENCY.0
J.F.K. SQUADRON Metro Mayor Chuck Hall, Mi- similar work in other ;
ami Mayor Stephen P. Clark, parts of the project area,with :
The John F. Kennedy, Civil Little Hud Director Haley additional community center ._
Air Patrol Squadron,desig- Sofge and other officials who and park development the 1'f r -:ta
nated by the Congress a vol- participated in brief cere- center of the area.
unteer civilian au.x1liaryofthe monies at NW 20th Street and Under the supervision of thecity's
United States Airforce is recruiting 4th Court. Department of Public ,,? THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND

new members.As Bounded by NW 3rd Avenue Works sewer will be and all storm street,drain-sanitary \__._______/ MANAGEMENT AGEfoCYIN THESOUTH, OPERATING r rIN
and the
North-South Expres-
a member of the Civil DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES
Air Patrol you are afforded the sway, the project will be fol- age work. Stage One has been
privilege of wearing the uni- lowed by others in other partsof contracted to Webber Con- fleet door
A of cars and collectors give door to service for
form of the United States Air- the city. struction Co., as general contractor tenants convenience
Force, and in addition you may The rebuilding of Phase One at $245,174. This
be granted the privilege of taking will include NW 20th Street work is scheduled to completion A community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent
part in local civil emer- within the area, which will be in September.Said free,"furnished and air conditioned for your comfort and enjoyment.A .
converted into a four-lane artery Mr. Solge "The work
gencies diaster. So if you are ,
public relations deportment to assist with problems.
you your
community minded; you are with median strip, sidewalks started today represents a
needed to fill the vacancy In the curbs and gutters, portion of the City of Miami's Tenants ,concern will stop vandalism and reduce the cost ofhouslng.
John F. Kennedy Squadron that street lighting and storm contribution to this urban renewal -
best fits your ability.If drainage. To be included also project"THERE'S MAIN OFFICE
you are interested in thea
ter parties, social dancing, 4150 NW 7th Avenue 759-8733

flying, then you should attend 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locka MU 8.0617 4
the meetingthat is being heldon
Friday,April 19,at the Primary 20848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler RidgeCE 5-3553 T

"C" Community Schoolat 605 NW 7th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-3357

8 o'clock. 1163 NW 3rd Avenue FR 3-8416
3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HI 5-1381

FLAMELESS Lp:4r 512 NW 1st Ave., Hallandale WA 7-2434
ELECTRIC 339 Hommondville Rd., Pompano WI 3-2434

Nl GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager

CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director

.. HELPING IWILD FLORIDA . If I am to enjoy| a better life, others must live better too." L. L. Brook.Move .




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H. E, SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher ;t-.-f i The Bible says "Whosoever hateth his brother is a murderer .
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor Speaks \ j ," If this be so then we can all plead guilty to an American

STANLEY I I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor .. tragedy. Hatred has struck down a hero.
- ----- Several times in the past week or so I.have been asked "\ hy
National Advertising Representative want to run for school board? What do you want with
Words? do you
Amalgamated Publishers
Words Tears
a number
Although I've provided of
310 Madison Avenue. New York, N. Y. 10017 that mess? reasonably
Member the National Newspaper Publishers Association tragedyfor satisfactory answers, only today has my most compelling motivation -
2400 S, Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 The murder of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was a for a become clear. "That mess";! is representative of the
... the freedom movement and a blow to the prospects bigger mess that is our word.And it is getting worse, nt bet-
do the
SUBSCRIPTION RATES just and civil society. Perhaps only once in a century
ONE YEAR $5.00SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $600; such a dra-
meet in
ideas of a man and the needs of his time ter.We need only look around us for the evidence of the trouble
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Pos, matic way.Historically. America is faced. Crime and narcotics
Office at Miami, lorida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Dr King's death marked the end of one stage with
his lead the rise, war a way of life, devislveness and ever-increas-
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The of the Negro struggle and the beginning of another. As factor in our society America is drowning;being engulfedin
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead ership of the Montgomery bus boycott ushered in the strugglefor ing hate violence and
of ignorance.
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accords accommodations and voting rights, so a turbulent sea Too many
to every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human desegregated public for economic people are content to sit by as the values for which our coun-
and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-the Negro his entry into Memphis opened the basic struggle based. try is supposed to stand become distorted beyond recognitionand
Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men justice on which all other dignities are ultimately cannot.
sink from view.
are hurt as long as anyone Is held back.
The national tributes paid to him were richly deserved, but Taking cognizance of human limitations it is apparent that
they are by no means enough. Flags were flown at half mast; if I can help end hate it must be by personal example; if i can
the President proclaimed a national day of mourning;the mass help end violence I it must be by personal example. But ignorance .
!r ditor'5 ?,!otebook media devoted unprecedented coverage to his death and funeral and bigotry and hatred to survive and thrive. We must

; and the 150,000 people, black and white, who marched all ask ourselves why white America feared rather than
through the streets of Atlanta was the largest crowd to ever humored a man who searched hatred's darkness for a "day.
John H. Johnson, of Chicago, publisher of Ebony, Jet and
attend funeral this country.But and brotherhood" We must all ask
a private break of peace ourselves,
The Negro Digest, has been appointed as a member of Post
Office Department Advisory Board. On this board are prominent there is a silent tragedy in all this adulation and respect. why? The answer will come If we are willing to see it,
citizens including educators and businessmen.In What Dr. King would have wanted, and what he did not getwasa Over a hundred 1 years ago President Abraham Lincoln said:
national commitment to the human rights and the social and "Our progress in degeneracy appears to mo to be pretty
As a nation we began by declaring that 'all men
he and for which he died. rapid. are
economic for which fought
Deerfield Beach, 15 Negro boys were arrested on Mon programs created equal except Negroes and foreigners and Catholics.:

day on charges of unlawful assembly and rock-bottle throw who jected his principles of nonviolent When it comes to this, I shall prefer emigrating to some country
Thousands only yesterday
ing. Their reward was a sentence of 30 days in prison. However ..
struggle are today the ones who shed the most tears: where they make no pretense of loving libery to Russia.
Judge L. Judson Lloyd had compassion on them and suspended be taken and without
where can
And still do notcommit themselves to the achievement for instance, despotism pure,
yet they
23 of the 30-day sentence,warning them that if any of "
democratic the base alloy of hypocracy.
nonviolence and the society
them is arrested within the next for the same offence he tomorrow of integration,
where have
for whch Dr. King stood. A century of progress an we come? The "free
will have the
to serve suspended sentence.In less free We have the
world" is a little today. seen product of
For example, politicians from all over the land gathered at the ignorance we allowed (and, at times it seems, even de-
New York, Sunday, at Coney Island Amusement Park, 42 his funeral. But with few possible exceptions they did not run sired) to exist. It must be changed; it must be changed now.
teen-agers, 12 to 18,were arrested on charges of juvenile delinquency back to their legislatures to demand the programs that will Our technology of destruction has gone too tar for us to exalt
and disorderly conduct and felonious assault. solve the major problems which Dr. King struggled to solve. the ignorant and violent any longer; our very future existenceis
The reason: Hundreds were turned away from the Coney This proves that respect and honor are not enough.Dr. at stake. America is shamed. perhaps from our shame can
Island Amusement Park because it was Jammed by an Easter come the strength to do the Job that must be done. The Job must
Sunday capacity crowd. King's death forced millions of Americans who have be done, it must be done now, and it must be done without re-
An estimated 3,000 to 5,000 surged trough the streets been practicing racism and discrimination to confront the implications gard for politics, age, race, and most important,without fear.
around the park, blocking traffic smashing liquor and of these practices. His death seemed to have awakened Martin Luther King dared to dream that his four children
Jewelry store windows. Some of them ran into nearby subway in these millions a desire for repentance. But merely could be Judged not for the color of their skin but for the con-
stations, smashing train windows and lights. having memorial services or issuing public eulogies is not tent of their character. For his dream he was killed. With him
The victims included five policemen,one of whom was struckon sufficient repentance. Repentance consists in two acts:((1)Acknowledging died a little bit of the soul of America. Last week Martin
the head with a bottle.In one's guilt and expressing one's sorrow; and (2)) Luther King said he had been to the Mountain top. He said be
dedicating and committing one's self to better conduct in the looked over the ridge and saw the Promised Land. I believe

politics the $64 thousand question is who will succeed 1 future What I am fearful of,and wha in fact seems evident, is him. Dr. King's death is indeed an American tragedy, another
President Lyndon Johnson? There are four or fiveprospectst'. that most people, while taking the first step,will stop short of blight on the pages of our children's histoy books. But there C

' Vice-president Hubert Humphrey,Senator Robert Kennedy, the second. is hope, there must be hope,that our children will have a bet
Democrats and Richard Nixon ter will have this world if them the
Mr. world.
Senator Eugene McCarthy, ; True repentance is reflected in the new policy annouced by They we give
the Republican candidate. One of this number will be our nex t chance to live to make it.They are America's and the world's
Levitt and Sons in its full-pageTd lathe New York Times the
president. Now, which one, is the question.Whom will the party last hope.Perhaps soon all men will be able to say "We Shall
day after Dr. King's funeral. It said in part: "As a tribute to "
nominate? We must wait and see. Overcome.
Dr. King, this Company has adopted a new policy u effectiveat Alan Becker
At the present time my thoughts are centered on VicePresident once u eliminating segregation in any place it builds u
Hubert Humphrey. However, the election is seven months: whether in the U.S. or any other country in the world. We ask Dear Sir
away, if I am correct. all our colleagues to adopt a similar policy without delay. The ;

forces of bigotry and prejudice must not bepermitted to prevail I wish to thank your newspaper for the response to a classified -
Many hearts were sad on Monday because of the news tha:t; any longer, and we urge all builders u large and small advertisement placed by our Bank in a recent edition.An .
two Roman Catholic Sisters, Mary Christiana and Mary Leon a::t alike u to do their part in making America once again the

were killed, and Sisters Mathilda Ann Wilson and Mary Monic;a l ideal of the world." unprecedented growth created a shortage of personnel in

were injured in an automobile accident on the Florida Turn our Bank that we were unable to fill although we tapped whatis
pike on Easter Sunday.It's When such a policy is endorsed by all institutions and segments considered all the customary sources. Our employment

pleasing to know that the injured survivors were in sa, of this society, Dr. King's tragic death will be easier practices make no discrimination as to race, creed, color ord
tisfactory condition at Fort Pierce Memorial Hospital for Negro Americans, especially the youth, to understand I sex; and yet it was only after we had advertised in your paper
to bear. that we were able to reach a section of the Dade County: population

otherwise unaware, of our need.

It's pleasing to know that our Anti-Crime Committee is getting I had occasion to speak of this with Henry Arrington the other

some results. The committee is continuing its investigation Phil OssoferOur I day and he pointed out that the problem is one of the basic sus-

picions on the part of the Negro community.As .
State Senator Robert Shevin is chairman of the committee,,

ignorance of American shot, stabbed and otherwise a member of another segment-of the many "minority
history has given many white shamefully maltreated, and groups making up the total American scene-1 can understandand
Americans the false idea thatwn not infrequently, the offenderswere sympathize with this attitude; but believe that the opportunity
Some time ago a swimming pool for youths in the Bro I only Negroes riot, burn and not even arrested.' is there for those who are willing to risk a few "no's'
Sub area was promised. The question is beingaskedwhy has loot. Many people are shock for the benefit of that big "yes."
no further action been taken? ed at the recent disturbances In the same book, Mr. Sil-

The pool would be highly appreciated by our young people following the assassination of berman tells aboutthe week- Perhaps there is some way that this can be communicated to
and helpful curbing Juvenile delinquency. At least that's the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. long draft riots in 1863, when your readers for I believe I speak for a large segment of the
way we feel about it.Merchants. One of the cities worse hit was the Irish immigrants in Hell's Dade County population when I say that we need the benefit of
our capitol, Washington.To Kitchen revolted against authority their talents in the business community.Very .
and Federal troops
offset this "state of were actually called in from truly yours,
shock" suffered by some of the frontCivilWartorestore( ) Stephen Carner, President

who advertisein our white folks, let me quote order. Carner Bank, Miami Beach
from "C r is is in Black and Riot is neither black nor

White," by Charles Silber- white it is human in men,especially -------------------------1I

The Miami Times are man. He writes"Americanswho ill-treated men who I SUBSCRIPTION ORDER I
have been shockedtoreadthat become so frustrated by over
women employees of the whelming injustices, that they 1 Miami\ Times I
telling you they appreciate Supreme Court have been officially lose patience and perhaps 6530 NW 15th Avenue

advised to get a police their sanity, too. Miami Florida
doing business with escort before leaving the Court There is only one way to I 33M7 I
building at night, should know fight such reaction to in justice I
that muggins and robberies in and that is to remove the Enclosed please find the sum of $5.0Uto

They the capitol anti-date the recent injustices themselves i the subscriptionto
you. are cover cost of a one year
Negro influx. In 1858, believe this is the lesson we
when Negroes in the capitol are Just beginning to learn I the Miami Times. I
where still slaves the Senate from the I I
dependable. Shop were untimely death of one I
Committee investigated thecity's who suffered greatly from the Mail Pgper To -
*'r is in g crime and reported frustrations, but would have -
you are appreciated! 'Riot and bloodshed area none of the violence if we Address--

daily occurance. Innocent learn from this,he has not died City_ State Zip Code..-_
and unoffending persons were in vain.
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THE MIAMI, TIMES, Friday, April 19, 1968 5
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this corner, the most significant news story for most ,.. 0 ---- - :J
Negroes in this area is the victory at the polls last week of t:.:, [; : SURPLUS. FOOD

Premier Lynden 0. Pindling's party. This gives the 85 per q, ,. R;; /11
cent Negro population of the 700 islands control of the govern-
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That's how it is in the United States, the majority rules the { f I//'j ,

islands country.for But in the Bahamas, the minority had. governed these FOOD. FOR POVERTY"Co
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Mr. Pindling should be congratulated for the effective,educational .,, I I I

and constructive campaign he conducted. He made a HUNGER ANDSTARVATION _.... .1"...*__ .

most significant statement when he said during his campaign, .;HEL 4W DDESNTALLOW'rT' "
"they really believed it was their country,their own personal IN "
property and theirs alone." IFFP 1i4'J'fttHollr ,
1 er
That's true. The "Bay Street Boys," a small white minor- MISSISSIPPI AND 0 I
ity, has held economic power and wealth for centuries, while ', ,
depriving the majority satisfactory living conditions, with ra- ALABAMA I ;':'" i iI
cial discrimination in places of public accommodations ram- ti I (

pant.Mr.. Pindling based his campaign on the promise that for the w, I U.5.A. / 1; ,

first time the government belonged to all the people and that he 1. ... !
was working In their interest / :
ALL THE PEOPLE. ... ( \ ,
On the New Providence Island (Nassau), where most of the \ ,,,: : .
Negroes live, one was heard saying, after the election, "It's "::1.t ''I :
our country now!" t A f! If' %f3


years Negroes of New Jersey and Pennsylvania were ,I, ,g! :.. .
not permitted to buy homes in developments known as Levit- f. ; t

town, owned and operated by Levitt & Sons. J .1 \.\\... , ,, ,. i1)hOPI'ORiUNli \ ,I
Now that the fighter against such stupid discriminatory acts I / '\ t. N \. : : +
was executed, Levitt & Sons, of Lake Success,New York, will 10: '. II 1"1, 1t\ ) ,
sell to Negroes.In .

a full page advertisement in the N. Yi; Times last week, t I LETSTALK

this firm says, "As a tribute to Dr. King this Company has () '() l Y Legal
adopted a new policy- effective at once. eliminating segregation MRHBBI mMMAOBi J '
in any place it builds. whether it be the United kLJ2
States, or any other country in the world.We ask all our col- ServicesBY
leagues to adopt a similar policy without delay.The forces of a POLITICS
bigotry and prejudice must not be permitted to prevail any : Leo Adderly,

longer, and we urge all builders-- large and smaller alike __ ----.--.- - .-A Center Attorney BY NORMAN E. JONES ),
to do their part in making America once again the ideal of the
world." In 1962 the United States Supreme Court in a precedent If man could and would accept "truth" in the present, instead -

Why didn't they think of this years ago,and threby prevent making decision, held that state legislatures must reappor- of waiting for "truth' to become history, then perhapsman
the ill-feeling created by this company and others of its ilk? tion themselves in keeping with currect population trends; to could achieve a "state peace" onthis earth, which according -
assure voters equal representation on the statewide level. The to legend, he was so placed to attain this end.
MIAMI'S EFFORTS TO PREVENT RIOTOUS LOOTING MUST Court reached this decision,because It found that over the past Yet so fearful of "truth" is man that he even "doctors" the '
BE CONTINUED sixty years, or so, the urban areas had become exceedinglymore already "documented truth" of history, to suit the "propo- !'
populous, while the rural areas had continued declinein ganda" of the current "political and economic power struc-
Miami is one of the few large cities in which riotous behavior population.. Yet, the state governments were controlled by ture, that they might attain and maintain the "power' to exploit
looting and arsons have not occured. This is becausein the rural vote. This inequality in voter representation the the masses of the people. -

the Miami area there is better interracial communication. Court to announce the so-called, "one-man, one-vote" prin- From the "beginning' man learned that only by the supres-
Negroes of Intelligence (I detest the "Negro leaders") cipal. In essence, this means that the Federal Constitution re- sion and the "doctoring" of truth could the ruling oligarchy
met and discuss community problems. quires equal representation for all voters. attain and maintain ute "power and authority" necessary to
Riotous actions resulting in deaths, injuries, property des The one-man, one-vote principal applied to voter represen- exploit the masses of the people.At .
truction and looting, do not persuade a majority toward any but tation on th state level only, i. e.,state legislators and Con- the same time man learned that "emotion" was a most
the barest and most reluctant concessions .. the very mini- gressmen, until a few weeks ago. powerful antidote for truth,and that by playing on the emotions ,
mum required to half depredation.There Now, the Court has extended this concept to local govern- of people this ruling oligarchy could even substitute lies"tor
are ghetto problems everywhere, but they cannot be ment, i.e., at the city and county levels. However, the Court truth, to attain and maintain the "politicalpower' neces-
cured overnight, because they were not created overnight. did not set specific guidelines for accomplishing this delicate sary for the "economic exploitation of the masses.
Intelligent Negroes recognize that new forms of decision task. For instance, some of the questions left unanswered by This ruling oligarchy of man, invented all kinds of subter-
making must be implemented in the black community One pur- the Court are: whether groups with common interests have the fuges to capture the "emotions" of the people, superstitions,
pose, clearly, is to overcome the alienation and distrust between right to be districted together; or whether at-large elections religions the difference of color, creed, national origin, pre-
the two groups. from nrjltl-member districts are unconstitutional; or how vious condition of servitude, even the unalterable forces of
Among the ghetto problems that should receive the Imme- nearly equal voter districts must be. nature.

diate attention of business executives and Negroes, are such Minority groups are particularly concerned about the first Such words and phrases as: Freedom, justice,heaven,hell, \.
things as exploitive merchants who invade the black commun- question, because they have been disenfranchised for so long; divine right of kings, democracy, free enterprise,the promised -
ities, absentee slumlords, Inferior schools, andarbituarylaw and see a possible danger of being further ignored in the interest land,the mountain top, free at last,peace, nonviolence, civil
enforcement. To this list you must add: jobs,open accupancy, of numerical equality. This has been done in some com rights, Integration, segregation, equality, black natinalists,
medical care, higher education.To munities by splicing ethnic groups sothattheybecome minor- militants, safe and responsible, excited and incited the emotions -
solve these problems, it is not necessary to stage mas- ity groups in equal districts.To of the people with meaningful and deliberate intent to
sive numbers of whites marching arm in arm with blacks. But be sure, a voteless people is a hopeless people..Register suppress the truth.
Negroes who care about their "soul brothers" can do.a lot to and vote regularly so that your voice will be heard in govern- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., is one of the contemporary
help. They can organize boycotts of disreputable merchantsand ment. masters of the dynamics of "emotional appeal."
of those employers in te Negro community who fail to From time to time this column receives general questions i
hire and promote Negroes that are qualified. This is 100 per about legal problems which affect the commonityat-large.Below
cent better than window breaking to steal; setting fires to destroy are a few questions posed recently.

properties and steal merchandise.The Question: Can a private citizen complain to the city or county

statistics of last week's riots, looting, and arsons by commissioners about improper or impolite treatment given by
Negroes should convince those that are Included to commit city or county employees serving them as members of the pub-
these criminal acts that crimes do not pay. lic? Who should plan a job train- said that EOPI will have its
Answer; Yes. As a citizen and/or taxpayer you have a rightto ing program for the Model own staff to do the planning.
Of the 125 cities affected by the so-called riots last week Cities area? That's the
go before the city and/or county commission, and redress ques- "The problem is not one of
the most serious ones occurred in Chicago, Washington, D. C., your grievances concerning services provided by governmental tion that is worrying the Housing delay but one of approach to
Baltimore and
City. agencies, i.e., hospitals, garbage collection, police, etc. and Urban Development the planning," Watson said.
Dead, 41 Negroes whites. Injured, at least 2,600, almost Question: Suppose I am hurt on the job, or fired without Advisory Board and the .local "We are responsible for the j
half of whom were in Washington. Most of the injured as wellas cause, do I have any rights? Economic Opportunity Program ultimate success of Model i

the dead were Negroes. Answer; Yes. It is quite possible that you can receive work- Inc. Cities. The Concentrated

Arrested were 21,270 almost all of them were Negroes and men's Compensation benefits for injuries received, and Un- The Little HUD board requested ployment Program is one of
the offense for each was looting, stealing. employment Compensation benefits for be ing discharged from a meeting with EOPI the key instruments In makingthe
your job without sufficient cause. April 8, to discuss and appli- Model Cities succeed."
Property damage was estimated at $45,000,000, most of the Sould have cation for a $22,000 planning
you any legal questions, of a general nature, that
damages were through tires. But the businesses were insured.So you feel might affect the comnunityat-large, you can addressall grant to design a $2.5 million May 15 is the deadline to
who lost, and who ion? inquiries to this column at 2741 NW 49th Street. For spe- job training effort to be taggedas submit the application for the
the planning money to the Department -
During last summer's "riots" 85 persons were killed, 3,200 cific legal problems you should see your lawyer, or contact Concentrated Employ- of Labor.
were injured, 16,000 were arrested and more tan$100,000,000worth your nearest Neighborhood Economic Opportunity Legal Ser- Program.
of property was destroyed. Who won?Who lost? Negroeswere vices Office. Little Hud believes the plan- Watson said Little Hud is not
the ning should be done by a teamof
victims. "prejudging what plan EOPI
systems men from the might arrive at. We
And it seems that's how it's going tQ be; for inspite of lastsummer's Westinghouse Corporation. just don't
MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE believe this is the way to do
riots, inspite of the lucid warning from the Com- Norman Watson, deputy director "
mission on Civil Disorders, despite Dr. King's sacrifice and MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY of the Department of

the wave of piety and protest it provoked, there is still no clear APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. Housing and Urban Develop- Westinghouse could supply a
sign from the President, the Congress, or big business that the ment, said the firm has done "large infiltration of techni- ,
Negro's economic and sociological conditions will be better for THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE similar work. cal services within a short a

years to come, but there has been a lot of rhetoric, talk and PLEASE PATRONIZE, THEM! Watson said EOPI Executive time," he said, to plan the

more talk. Director Dick Weatherly has training program.


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6 THE' MIAMI"TIMES Friday, April 19,, '1968 _ _ .. .-A- -.

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Virginia Graham To Host : ei9 9/ctd

'My Lady Fair' t

uL'_ Ob,_...." 'L Jociti
nor Claude KIrK, NllU: V.VU-
BY.CLARICE LITTLES -' "My Lady Fair" will beheld ,. Mayor Chuck
tan Dade County
Miami Times Society Editor
on April 24 10:00 a.m.,. Hall and Miami Mayor Stephen BY PRISCILLA REDDING
to 10:00 Bayfront Park have proclaimedApril
Albert Priestley,.classmate of J. Hartman: Taylor, Jr., St. Auditorium. The theme is, p. for Women." -U- ----.

Edwards' University, Austin, Texas,spent the Easter vacationin "Three of the Phases of Eve"Education 24 as"Day to the all day exhibits The Richmond Heights Garden Club is launching a Comraun-
Miami as guest of the Taylors of Brownsville. Volunteering, and In addition will be fashions ity Clean up Drive, beginning the 15th of this month. Fix UD!(
To the friends of pioneer, Mr. Charles H. dderley (fatherof Employment. Television per- there and paint Up! Clean Upl! Let's develop pride in our homes and sur.
Doris and Irma) died in Manhattan March 19. sonality Virginia Graham will l how s, entertainment,Lady roundings, inside as well as outside them. Let's keep our community -
Lucretia Coleman celebrated her birthday with a dinner be honorary chairman of the door prizes. Come clean and beautiful.We .
party with relatives and friends last week. Fair which is sponsored by the Fair . if you dare . .it are asking the youth groups and civic groups of the community .

Mrs. Athalie Range will be the recipient of the Sojourner Greater Miami Council for the might change your life. to help us clean vacant lots in and around our com-

Truth Award presented by the National Association of Negro Continuing Education of Wo- munity.

Business and Professional Women' Clubs, Inc. May 4, 1968 at men (CCEW). The Richmond Heights Garden Club invites the cooperationof

the Regional meeting banquet, ,Seville Hotel, Miami Beach. The Equal Employment Opportunity your organization in the massive clean up drive of our com
Johnnye McMullian will matriculate at the University of Miami Task Force, the munity. We know that each of you will clean and beautify your

on an NDEA Fellowship in Elementary Guidance and Coun Florida State Employment own property, but we are also asking all the organizations of

seling.. Service, the Urban League,the p r I our community to be responsible for cleaning up certain areas
Gwen J. Howard travelled to Jacksonville last week to attend EOPI and all local schools will t that would otherwise remain as they are.

the funeral of an old friend, Lucille Perry. exhibit at the Fair as well as If you have an abandoned automobile on or near your pro
Miami Alumni Chapter Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity's Black many of Dades business community { k perty and would like to have it moved free of charge please

ahd White Ball is booked at Bayfront Auditorium's Caribbean The CCEW encour- contact members of the committee: Mrs.John McCray,chairman -

Pnnm Friday Anril 2fi. ages women to continue their 235-4463; Mrs. James Henry, 235-2278; Mrs. James

I education at all levels.Gover- Crawford, 235-2537; Mrs. Herbert Ammons, 235-5473; and
r : Mrs. Crispin Fife, 2353998. Be a good citizen by cooperating!

r ROYAL 20's CLUBIn 'r in this effort. Let's make Richmond Heights a beautiful place

I to live!

Coconut Grove, at the If you would like to be a winner, of the Lawn of the month
y 4 home of Mr. and Mrs. Leon your entire yard must be well kept.This includes the grooming

r Robinson with Mr. and Mrs. of the front, back and the sides of the yards. Also the extended -

John Peavy Sr. as hosts, the area from the sidewalk to the pavement of the street.

Royal 20's Women's Club, I All shrubs must be placed in containers and hedges trimmed.

known throughoutour com- If you have neglected any of these areas this is possibly one

CYRIL for its philanthrophy, crystalled reason why you lawn has not been selected.So .
JUANITA MARIAN the plans for its 26th An- why not start now manicuring your yard for the next con

Cyril Poitier jetted Albuquerque,New Mexico for the premier niversary Soiree at Bayfront test which will be in area three.

of '"The Golden Fields," which opened Monday,April 15, Auditorium, Friday, April 19, Area No. E includes Buchanan Street to 102nd Avenue
at the Tesuque Theater. From New Mexico, the party will fly from ten until two.It promisesto MAKES DEBUT Lawn of the month winners for the month of March were Mr.
to Canada. be a gala affair. and Mrs. James Gilllam of((15037 Harrison Street). This lawn

The Women's Division Crime Commission of Greater Mia At the close of the meeting was also chosen last year.Congratulations Mr.and Mrs Gil-
mi held its public meeting, Thursday, April 17, at Jordan the hostess served the members daughter Beverly of Mr. Cooper and Mrs., liam.
Marsh Auditorium. Speakers were Director E. Wilson Purdy, and visiting guests with Home for Spring recess from various colleges and universities
James Cooper, 4016 SW 26th
Sheriff Dade and Daniel Sullivan Crime Commis an elegant Easter dinner. are Twila Ross
County P. St., West Hollywood will make : Hargrove, Gwendolyn Carolyn Howard,
sion. Mrs. Shelby Cullom, president. E. Holton, president, and E. her bow to society, Friday Janet Payne, and Raymond Payne.ANNUAL .
The Progressive Links, Order of the Eastern Star will give Peavy, reporter.
evening at the Golden Gate
their first public program, "A Membership Tea," Sunday, Convention Hall. Miss Cooperis TEA

April 21, at the Modern Free and Accepted Masonic Hall, 4928 ANNUAL SPRING a senior at Attucks High The Miami District Lay- Martin Memorial A ME Churchmen's
NW 7th Avenue at 4 Juanita Johnson is Matron.
p.m. Worthy
nAUcAUTI School. She will attend Tenne- invite you to their anin Richmond Heights
Guest speakers'w1llt>eRev. LesterCAlbertand Mrs. Deloris """' "
ssee A&I upon graduation with nual Tea Sunday, April 28, Mr. Zack Ferguson, presi-
Cam. The Sigma Omicron Chapter plans to major in computing from 3-5 p.m. Guest speaker dent and Mrs. Queen W. King,
Do hope you read the interesting story in Friday's (April 12) of Alpha Chi Pi Sororityand systems. will be Mrs. Naomi Holton at program chairman.
Miami News on MaryCrumbley, Purchasing Agent for the Die- Fraternity will hold its

tary Department of Mercy Hospital. Congratulations!. annual Spring Dansante on - - --. .- .-. -- -- -- --- -- ..-. ..-.. .- .-. .-. ...
Bobbie Curry, Jr.,and Lawrence Graham of Chicago stopped Sunday, April 21, from 7:30 '
over in Miami enroute to Kingston, Jamaica to be at the bed- 12 midnight. This gala affair | JW' : ? .

S side of their mother, Mrs. Eugenie Francis. will be held in the Gulfstream T
f" t iBl'-
Here from Nassau to attend the funeral of Mr. Thomas Room at Bayfront Auditorium. \ I I _

Bethel were Mr. Spurgeon Bethel and Mrs. Merle Coakley. Don't miss the fun, the Four I. I, ""'. / .\

Herbert and Evelyn Williams spent the Easter vacation in Sounds and don't miss your opportunity $ ( ', 4r '
Tampa with her mother. to contribute to thei ,.I f. .:', #'Y, ) .

Lynda Perry of Washington, D.C. is enjoying her first trip t i I Bethune Foundation. It is informal \ ". !\. .... \
Florida. She is the houseguest of Fran and Jim chambers. and your donation is M, dj 6 y.f : 4 N+ f \ ;1

Many were they who chose to relax in the warm tropical climate only $2.50. Please join us + *>* *
of the Bahamas during the Easter vacation.A mong those therel!

Jetting to Nassau were Mrs. Docia Howell and Little Ben who :! I', !.,',. .. .
visited daughter, Barbara and her hubby, Captain Oliver Gar- .: f ; >I I Io'
butt; Madelean Williams, Charles Bethel,Hazel Reeves Grant, : 'f ;,' '.' I fI "r: ," C1WU: ,6 '
Marie Cooper, Earl Wells. PRESENTS FORUMThe .. \ "; : (J1. cif.
. jo. '
Congratulations to James & Alma Lucille Crawford of Rich- '
mond Heights who celebrated their 26th wedding anniversary, I! I f
Youth Council of the Na-
Get well wishes to Mrs.Alma Jenkins and at Cedars Muriel tional Council of Negro Women ::

Williams ; Louise Campbell at Jackson; Ethel Dorsett and North is sponsoring an .I. ,
forum .....
entitled --
open "Youth -""
Ophelia Rolle :(Samuel, Margaret and children) : -, \ _
The Fordes (Samuel) Margaret and children would like theirmany Involvement in Racial Strug- ". t

friends to know that they have recovered from their recent gles." The forum will be held ....,..4": ,- ..
encounter with fire and are back to work and school. Friday, April 19, at the New j ;{
Covenant -
Maurice and Thelma Jerideau of New York City were the Presbyterian --
houseguests of Margeurite Everhart and her mother, Mrs. Church located at 12th Avenue I I (L to R) Delores Walker, Miami Jackson High; Carolyn Stanley,

Mable (Molly) McFadden at their 55 Street home. The Jeri- and 43rd Street. Miami Edison High; Sharon Sands, Orchard Villa Elementary; and

deaux spent the weekend in Nassau before returning home. Questions will be answered I Cassandra Brown, Northwestern High are shown as they proudly
Many were shocked to learn of the death of our friend
and Information shall be given I model fabulous fashions by Lory's in front of the
Katherine (Kaye) Domberk, public relations officer for the store Easter
by leading panelists and con- day.
Dade County Teacher's Credit Union.St. '
sultants. So come out and join
Francis of Assisi, renowned for his love of God anGod's d These lovely ladies will
in the discussion and hear what young along with many more lovelies
handiwork in nature, has won the affection of countless i show
your peers have to say,or you wares at the Spring Festival
the Juniorsof
sponsored by
souls. His prayer which follow has long been an inspiration to
men of all creeds and colors: can even add to the discussion! ( Antioch' Baptist Church of Brownsville tonight (Thursday, April

"Lord make me an instrument of Your Peace.Where thereIs I 18)) at 8:00 p.m. at the Brownsville Community Center. Donation is

hatred, let me.sow love;where there is injury,pardon;where ALUMNI ASSOCIATION S 1.00.All

there is doubt, faith; where there is despair, hope; where ELECTS NEW OFFICERS I fashions for the show of
are being furnished Lory's
II by
there is
light where there is sadness, joy. Edison Center and
"0 Divine Master, grant that I may not so much seek to be I ; Assistant store manager Dee Dee Lawrence is
consoled as to console; to be understood as to understand; to Members of the Miami serving as coordinator.In .
Branch of the (
be loved as to love; for it is in giving that we receive; it is in Florida A & M addition to the fashions shown
University Alumni Association above you'll find acomplete
pardoning that we are pardoned and it is in dying that we are I line of glamorous ,
born to eternal life." will meet to elect officers fashions for all occasions at Lory'sEdison Gen-
for the 1968- 69 ter, and
year, Satur- I( teen-age adult fashion center of South Florida.
Nellie Roberts, Marian Dean and Blanche Gross are in San day, 7:30: p.m., April 29,at the

Diego, California attending the Association Childhood Edu- Roosevelt Branch of First I I
cation International Conference. Federal Savings and LoanAs-
soclatlon. I

Negro Democrats on the Smathers for President slate offered &
to voters on May 28 are: Frank W. Peternun, St. Peters Robert Strapp, incumbent LoRUs flLORY'S
burg attorney; Mrs. Paul C. Perkins of Orlando; Mrs. SimonW. president, is urging all mem-i Open 9 to \
Boyd Jr. of pensacola,and Dr.Robert L. Smith, West Palm bers of'the Association to be Sizes 3-20
Beach dentist. 'present to share in the selection I' FASHION SHOPS 7. EVERYWHERE!

From Ft. Myers comes Mrs.:Star light Frazier fora reunion of new o leers and to

with the Barnett, Brown, Byron, Jamison. ,and Ross families make suggestions for implementing 6112 NW 7th AVENUE (EDISON CENTER)
Friends of Clotie'.Barnett :are sending. :"Get weel wishes'to a successful Alumni
her at home. program for next year,

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 19, 1968 7
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National Alliance pf year old union of Federal Employees
Postal and Federal Employeeshas pointed out that it wasa :.
announced that it is offering r \ 1\
labor problem that took Dr.
an award of ten thousand <
King to Memohls and to his I
dollars ($10,000) for information \
death. Here to he was championing
leading to the arrest and iLf
conviction of thepersonor the cause of the oppres-
persons responsible for the sed as he worked to achieve a
STANLEY"SWEETS" SWEETING brutal cowardly murder of Dr measure of dignity and econo-

LINE-O-TYPE Martin Luther King mic security to the underpaid .

THE LITTLE RED BOOK: EOPI civil rights coordinator Ashby G. Smith, employees of the city's sani-
Robert W. Saunders and Grady E. Poulard, EOPI director for President of this fifty five tation employees.
community relations (division of civil

rights) Miami visitors from the Atlanta f ............. - -
ceremonies for slain Dr Martin Luther King '
Jr; enroute back to their home bases of Atlanta Buy Direct and Save
and Washington, D. C. respectively.
Poulard, Incidentially, represents the exe- For Mother's
cutive office of the president in Washington Day
. With thanks to Herald columnist Larry
King, did you know that Mt Zion Baptist mili- SPECIALS
tant minister Dr Edward T. Graham nomi- WI9l@tS I Falls'
nated note Herald publisher John S. Knightfor
the Nobel Peace Prize? According to King the Netherlands $3 95 j $300 y e
advised Dr Graham that the publisher's name is being consid-
ered among the nominees. 100% HUMAN F LLY GUARANTEED

NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Gilbert Styles' sis Muriel was ordered -
back to Cedars of Lebanon to check further on that leg WIGS \
injury . Apologies to Atty and Mrs Lawson E. (Eugenia) ,.1
Thomas for our son and daughter's absence during the 'roust- c, --- -- -------
a-bout' birthday party presented to their nine-year-old: son NASSAU, BAHAMAS Bahamian 22'karatgoldcoins, {
John Charles Thomas March 30. We sincerely regret this absence new and valuable, are set off 6v genuine Pieces of Eight
but your nifty 'out-of-this-world' invite was tardy arriving JSOLD 22 from the Phillip IV mintage of/o20 and from the Lucayan
to our hands $ TO treasure find of 1965 off Grand Bahama Island. Display
ing the attractive gold coins ($100, $50, $20 and $10
SALT WATER TAFFY: Homestead and Florida City twin m DOLLY WIGS pieces) at historic Fort Charlotte is Miriam Knowles,
cities of the Redland District, dedicated the Lucy Street strip P. 0. BOX 4513 Miss Bahamas. They were struck by the Royal Mint for ;
last Wednesday with enthusiastic city officials, police and Call or write the Royal Mint for the Bahamas Government to com
us today. MIAMI
newspaper-TV FLA. memorate the first General Election under the
reporters sharing brilliantly in the cere- Send deposit if new constitution -
monies. Incidentially, the newly-paved "Lucy" is the dividing mail ordering by 33141) .
line between the two fruit and farminfested cities . Pioneer PHONE: 866-2396
Beauty shops call for
Key Wester Mrs IDa Hepburn buried in the Island City
wholesale (Call for
prices. Delivery)
April 13 . The Roberts and Bethel families lost Mrs Charity RAY CHARLES GUESTS ON"ANDY WillIAMS" ::11
Major, pioneer Coconut Grove citizen, a week ago.

"The Genius of Soul" Ray Movin' On," followed by a duet
THE WEEK'S WASH: Dr Aubrey Henry, the MD, building Charles, will guest-star on with Williams on"What'dI'
medical complex on Northwest Seventh. Dr Clarence Hogan, NBC-TV's "H. Andrew Wil- Say?"
the DDS, expected to comply. And don't be too, too surprisedif C !D! lias Kaleidoscope Com- Claudine Longet, wife of
Henry, the medic, takes on his 4th. She's pert and pretty pany" special, starring Andy Williams and an amateur photographer -
Ollie Preston . Dorsey junior high schoolmarm Clementine Williams, to be telecast Sun- lensed a special
DeleveatiX'Rahming is now grandma.Her daughter RufordyneMrs Dandruff day, April 28, 10:00 11:00 layout of Mr. Charles during ,
( Robert) Lawson: has a young'un Cathina Renee' . The Pitching ScalpKThinningHair p.m., EST ((9:00-10:00p.m., the taping of the show in
Wilfred (Big Wheel) Stirrups (she's Dorothy) of Carol City C.S.T.). March. The photographs will
have agreed to mend their Splituation. Ray, accompanied'by The appear in Paris Match, one of
Raeletts, will sing "r m Europe's largest magazines.
THE GUTTER GAZETTE; Shifting in 2nd Gear: Booker T. l 'iZ&ff sr '
Washington junior high principal Nicholas Borota will be catapulted ,...
to Andrew Jackson senior high,relieving principal John IF JI \ _
Burroughs, who temporarily bows out on Sabbatical leave. )!< > ;
Many Jackson staffers and students are filled with mixed emo- ry- 7
tions anent this change. Some are fearfult hat Borota could d< strip a gear after shifting, and they won't be too happy with a :
'crippled' vehicle one that did not ride too comfortably while ( /1
at BTW. It could call for a long, cold winter. 'YirXv4l/ row AW p _

SCRATCH MY BACK: Eunice Liberty recuperating at home DEEP PENETRATING R I
after a fall down steps in her home broke her leg three weeks
ago Send get-well memos to Margaret Bethel-Jones, Room
634, Mt Sinai hospital where she's bedded after surgery on her VG
right leg three weeks ago . A 16-year Jackson MemorialRN :
Mrs Gilbert (Alice) Knowles birthday party-ed April 12 in F :
their home . American Red Cross exec Nelson L. Adams SATISFACTION GUARANTEED-OR MONEY BACK S
chaired the regional meeting of the American Red Cross in Sabrosol Laboratories' P.O. Box 62, NW. Branch y
Atlanta two weeks ago. And he'sslatedtobe toastmaster dur- 691-5861-Mr. Albert Abrams, National Representative, e' IA.
ing the Dade County PTA Council's annual scholarship banquet '

at Mays junior-senior high May 10. S .

STUFF AND SUCH: Gals, if you want to take a look-see at MRS. HARVEY
tall, handsome and well-dressed Cyril Baptiste, the Curly / .
him Sunday morning as p. 4419NW17 Ave. 6339378WIGS$18.95
high basketball star, you may see any '
he worships with his mother Mrs Elsie Baptiste at Transfig- '
uration Episcopal in Opa-locka . The John Henry (Bertha)
Johnsons are chauffeuring a snazzy white '67 Chevvy Impala
. Helen Trotman, Ida Webb, Charles C. North. Hazel R. :
Grant to Nassau Bunny Week .Daytona Beachite Edward j
(Bulla) Rodriguez houseguested with mortician Artie Richardson ___
last week.SWEETS 100% HUMAN HAIR
TREATS: The Eddie (Emily) Pittmans celebrated
their 6th,Easter SundayApril( )with auntie Susan Ambristerand WIGLETS 95 ai
the Roosevelt (Mae) Thurstons sharing the anniversary $6
dinner The Willie(Ruby) Gunns' daughter Tina's 5th year NII-KIIIR
around came on ApMl 6 and a birthday celebration In their 100% HUMAN HAIR ,
home Willie Chapman's sis Marian of Daytona Beach visi- 1 ,
ting him and Dana . StAgnes santuary all-dressed-up with i
red carpeting an Easter gift of president Mae Thurston's St 1 I I I 1
Veronica's guild.CONFIDENTIALLY. FALLS $29 95

YOURS: North Dade junior high music
teacher Althea Sample was fondly remembered former 100% HUMAN HAIR
ork students last Saturday, ante meridian, when a representative -
group of these talented teens invaded her home bearing: ,
a birthday cake in rememberance. On hand for presentation of All Credit Cards Honored
the delicacy, (baked by Central high's Janet King and Deborah ,
Higdon) was Judge Alexander of Carol City.high . Stanleyand
Pauline Newbold's daughter Maude, tagged in honor of her PROFESSIONAL STYLING
grandmother Maude Newbold Sr, will share double birthdays
April 22. . John Henry Robinson of St Petersburg house- A tfr** Month SUPP SPECIAL MON. TUE. WED.
guested with his esposa Rossie and muchachos Mary and Mar- :
garet last Easter weekend . Grace Heastie-Patterson and
fledgling Keeva down from Washington DC visiting mother Mrs ONLY $3.88BY
Katie Heastie, and attending workshop of medical laboratory


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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 19, 1968

I Bin Summer Tourist Season Seen for Miami I

F 4 Jazz Performers ... .
Airlines and President 01 tne l'1onua Miami me Dest ever "
I I .- Greater Miami can expect sales manager of Eastern Price
OH "B,ll Telephone Hour1Four another outstanding summer who said that "advance Attractions Association, pre- continued."We have
season according to Lew booking show that this will be dicted that the summer season had and wm! con.
winter tinue to
this get
"will rival belp from
Price, Director of the Miami- the biggest summer ever. all of
top Jazz performers, Low Sweet Cadillac"and"Con Metro Department Publicity which was the best in history, commercial carriers serving
"All the airlines are pro- have Just come through the area. This
representing four popular but Alma." & Tourism, following a spot be- "We combined with
moting Miami as never winter season special travel
divergent Jazz styles, will be The Innovative pianist-con survey of local transportation the greatest packages, the
spotlighted on the season'sfinal ductor-composer Dave Bru- and attractions facilities. fore. ever," Price added,"and with promotions to 'DIscover

"Bell Telephone Hour' beck will be shown In two significant The airlines serving Miamiare promotion, the summer shouldbe America' and the Republican
26 in"Jazz The "All reports from the air as fabulous." National Convention
Friday, April : episodes: one is the not the only ones predicting Just add up to
Intimate Art" in color on the final concert of the Brubeck lines, hotels and local attrac- record-shatter sea- "Everyone is cooperating in the what should be another
NBC Television Network((10- Quartet last December in Pit- tions point to an Increase of the hopes of making the 1968 great summer season in Mi.
11 p.m. NYT). tsburgh, the other a performance from 15 to 20 per cent over son. summer season in Greater ami."

Featured on the of his new Jazz ora- last summer," Price said. Hotelmen in Greater Miami
program torio also are preparing for the rush Phone NA 1.7203 Notary
will be Louis I Armstrong, "The Light In the Wil- Public|
derness," at the University Lending great impetus to the of visitors and many hotels and
trumpet Dave Brubeck,piano
; ;
,North Carolina at Chapel Hill. already strong vacation motels are already booked SWEETING
Dizzy and I. STANLEY
Gillespie, trumpet, .
4 months of July and August,are solid for July and August.
Charles Lloyd,saxofbone- the Republican National Con ASSOCIATES
flute. JobmobileLocations vention will stimulate a sustained Operators of major attractions
around Miami, which Diversified Public Services
Jazz, perhaps more than any traffic flow which will
other musical form,is a direct . cause July and August, nor- also serve as a barometer in
expression of the personality), -mis is where- Jobmobile mally good months for the airlines measuring vacation trends, Public Relations Consultant
of the performer. Seeing then:1 is: to be even better,said ':are highly optimistic. Theatrical Editor -'The Miami Times

at work in rehearsals, al t Monday, April 22, 7:30a.m. E. H. Bishop, Southern Region Burton Clark General Man-
home and performing for au to 4:30 p.m. NW 22nd Avenue Vice-president of Northeast of the MiamiSeaquarium 16351 NW 18th Place (Bunch. Pork) Miami Florida
:. and
diences, "Jazz: The Intimate Burlington Street (Opa- Airlines.
Art" will explore te person- locka).
alities of these four artists,, Tuesday, April 23,7:30a.m. Additional Impact toBishop's
and in so doing, show how different to 4:30 p.m. NW 12th Avenue statement was sup
personality characteristics and 54th Street. (Grandway). plied by Ed Yarnell, districtEEON WORLD ACROSSFROM

produce different kinds Wednesday, April 24, 7:30 FAMOUS CONTINENTAL MR. WALTER'S
of Jazz. The program will I: a.m. to 4:30p.m..NW 17th Ave.
sample the Jazz spectrum and 71st Street. I I 6000 NW 7th WIG SHOP.
from the New Orleans style of Thursday, April 25, 7:30: Ave.
Louis Armstrong to the avant- a.m. to 4:30p.m.NW17thAve. PRESENTS
grade technique Charles and 46th Street.
Lloyd. Friday, April 26, 730; a.m. Friday Saturday & Sunday
to 4:30 p.m. NW 27th Avenue, TELEVISION
Louis Armstrong, whose and 79th St. (Northside Shopping
exuberant, outgoing sounds center.)
echo those of his native city,
will be seen at a recording

session in Manhattan,at a per- HELP WANTED 4 4ss
formance In Pittsburgh and as
he reminisces about his early FEMALE EDDIELOVETrE
days in New Orleans.In WaitressesDay '

and night shifts I'
a filmed at Any
sequence the
available. Need --t
Jazz Workshop in San Fran not be r
cisco, the freewheeling mercurial experienced.Will train.
personality of Dizzy Liberal fringe benefits.
Gillespie is revealed. As one Profit sharing plan. PLUS
of the founders of"bop," he Parking avail
MODEL 11PSOA Mary Hylor
helped to Introduce not only a able.
the "bop" vocabulary and

a style perhaps best em- Mr. Pete between 9:30
bodied in Gillespie himself. A & 12 noon, 1:30& 3 p.m., $5.00 SHOWS: 12:30: & 2:30

composer as well as bandleader 2497 Collini/ AveMia.Bch.CITY / .. Bobby Marshall, M. C. Vanilla Williams, D. J.
and performer, Gillespie
will be heard playing "Swing DOWN

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, ApriP 19, 1968 9

"' Key Witness For Poisoned 7

Trial Killed

A woman from Georgia kil- will be tried May 27 in Fort
led a key witness in next Myers for the death of one of
month's murdertrlalofJames the children.
Richardson in an.Arcadia bar, Richardson has been held in
police said Sunday.. ,Lee County Jail since the last
4 Earnell Washington,was hearing.'TIle trial has been
U t! BY DAVE BONDU shot with a .22 caliber pistol. transferred to Lee County be*

......... His assailant, whose name has cause of too much local publicity -
-- --
M1 been withheld is in
Y custody. ..
So the world is'becoming over populated and the citizens of Last month Washington
M i a m i are trying to help the cause by killing off each other testified at a hearing that he
with automobiles. Do you realize that more than 100 people and Richardson were cell. .
have lost their lives in autompbile accidents in our County and y't mates last October after the FASHION
the year is just one-third gone? Do you realize that we have laborer was arrested in connection -
only eight months left in which to make it and even 500 or with the poisoning Woman s Day Committtt
more? Hurry up . go out and speed on the expressway . death of his seven children and Mt.Olivette Baptist Church
go out and drive while you're angry.. be careless and don't stepchildren. 1450 NW First Court
give signals so the man behind you or in front of you won't Washington testified that Sunday,April 21,3:30 p.m.
know that you are stopping or turning . do 60 miles an hour Richardson told him that he Donation $1..00'Mrs.
down the street and wave to your friends on the sidewalk . had seasoned some food with Carolyn Davis
you might be lucky enough not only to get killed yourself but to deadly parathion and then left Chairman ;
take five or six more with you. We don't want it said that the the meal in the apartment. Rey. I. C. Mlcklns
people of Miami do not cooperate with world problems. Over After eating lunch, seven of Pastor
populated? Well, we'll see about thatUncleSam. We'll kill offa the children died. Richardson
whole passel of folks for you. This seems to be the attitudeof
our drivers in the area . and we like to blame most of
them on the tourist who don't know their way around.Well, they
don't. . most of them, but since our livelihood and our
economy depends largely on them,why don't we slow down and LUCKY VACATION i
help them? Why aren't we more careful when we see an out of

town license plate, a pale face or an "E" tag? We know the -.... -' -
minute we see them that they are strangers and are not sure An 18-year-old South Dade High School senior has been JAMAICfl' l
of themselves . so that should be our first warning. But it crowned Miss Miami U.S.A. Vicki Ree Principal, daughter of IN
isn't always a tourist. We have the Cuban people in Miami who SM/sgt. and Mrs. Victor R. Plncipal, 3133 Iowa Ave., Home- #
have a very definite change of driving laws here in Miami stead, topped a field of 29 contestants She will represent MI-
which they must try to familiarize themselves.inHavannah ami in the Miss Florida-Universe Pagent, April 20, at the -
instance, (a few years ago I do not know about the present Sheraton Four Ambassadors. Vicki, whose previous titles include YEARLYEnjoy
time) there were no stop signs and no traffic lights. The car Miss American Beauty Pageant Queen, Miss Westover
that reached the corner first had the right-a-way.Being in the Carnival Queen. Miss Sixteen Magazine and Miss 915th Re-
right does not always mean safety, it can also mean being serve, all in 1967,and Model of the Month in 1966, plans to attend a trip in the West Indies, sunny islandsof
DEAD-RIGHT. It only takes a few minutes to stop for a stop Miami-Dade Junior College in the fall, witha major in'' Jamaica, luxury water fall climbing nearbyat
sign or slow down at an intersection where there is a "yield fashion design and a minor in drama. She has one sister, 10- famous Dunn's River Falls. Lucky mineral l
sign.' Even if it is on the other side of the street, someone year-old Kim.- Miami-Metro News Bureau photo
else may be careless. Drive your car as if you think every- baths. Milk river, exotic entertainment.Also ;
one else on the road Is a complete fool. Please be careful, let us arrange for you an independent
y'all. I need all my readers or rll never get a raise. Teacher of the Year mountainous tour with friendly escort. Breakfast -

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Howell Roker dinner and laundry service arranged

PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Elsie. Jones Jo Be Chosen at fAMIJ r r daily. Be our guest. Transportation at 37 ,
: Aberry. Halfway Tree Rd, centrally located in Kingston -
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Jack Corbett is excited about TALLAHASSEE. unique i J; A.Jones;Z.W.Metcalf,Jr.;
the show he has for the week-end at the Fox's Den. It featurestne feature of the spring commencement Mrs. G. D. Roberts; Dr. S. E. Jamaica. For reservations Call 6353511. ,

Blue Notes along with Freddie Scott and his Kin Folk. .,. exercise at Florida > Russell; Dr. C.J.Stanley,Jr;
Phyllis Branch is back in town appearing at the Playboy Club A&M University will beth e> and H. E. Tookes. : ,

fot:two weeks. She goes into Atlanta's Playboy club for,two. honoring of the "teacher o;f t .. ..,. .- .,.,.,.,-...-.... J" ''' "' '''''' .....
weeks following this engagement. On the same bill in Miami the year" as selected by the i
Playboy is Scoie Mitchell, a very funny man. We they finish students and faculty of the university -
their shows nightly, Phyllis and Scoie usually visit the Trave- The commencement THE FOX'S DEN
lers Lounge on 36th Street to hear Jeff Addams and the Rudy exercises will be held in Lee
Johnson Trio . The Rinkydinks are holding an affair Sundayat Hall Auditorium, June 9th. 642 N.W. 2nd '
the Seville Hotel on the Beach. Their affairs are usually "The selection ofanout- Ave.MBTYEELLIZABETH '
very nice. We attended last year at the Roney Plaza and really teacher
standing as the 19
Friday April
enjoyed it . Morris Lansburg, owner of the Eden Roc and "teacher of the year," according ,
other hotels on MiamiBeach, invited me and peanuts Taylorto to FAMUPresident
see the Chubby Checker Show atHarry'sAmerican Bar the FRISATSUNBLUE MONDAY
Dr. George W< Gore, Jr., "is
other night, as his guests. Chubby has a helluva show called
designed to pay a tribute to and
"Freak Out" featuring Patti LaBell and the Blue Bells. In the award those who excel as
Cafe Pompeii Room of the Eden Roc is Dianna Ross and the classroom teachers and to encourage -
Supremes . backed by a 20 piece band. No Negroes in the others to become A
band except the rhythm section that travels with the Supremes. more effective teachers."
Common fellows learn how to read that music! Our thanks to
Mr. Lansburg for a pleasant evening . Tom Washington, The selection will be based
public relations man about town, is doing a fine Job for Chief upon the examination of the
Judge Woodie A. Liles. He is seeking the Judgeship for the nominee in terms of scholarship rR <

Florida Supreme Court, Group 2 . Everybody, at one timeor teaching performance, r
another, has something to protest. I protest the actions of attitudes toward students, and
the PGA for allowing its members to play in the Master's personal traits. All membersof I
Tournament In Augusta, Georgia because they do not invite the FA MU faculty with three
Negro members of the PGA toplay..youcan be white, an ama- or more years are eligible except '
teur, or from another country,but above all you cannot wranglean members of the selectioncom'm
invitation if you are black . Wanna buy a TV set? Go to 1 tt e e. A check in the GALLOWAY
TV Joe's on NE 2nd Avenue. They have a sale on. . Par and amount of $1,000 will be
Birdie Members are still talking about the wonderful trip to awarded the selected teacher.

Port St. Lucie. It was a gas . Mayor Stephen P. Clark will The selection committee
"Formerly of the Frisco
speak to the children at Dunbar Elementary School next Friday will nominate all eligible
One of the sixth grade teachers, Mrs. Wilcox, and her members of the general faculty
class extended the invitation. He should love that, he hassix and the students In the clas- Kids"R
kids, of his own . We have to check on Dunbar's Principal, ses of the nominees will be
Nelson Adams. He's been up to making some news that nobody sent a written instrument.The
knows about.One thing is his American Red Cross work. He'sa 30 nominees who survive the .
wheel and we'll let know what else he's in his
big you doing first round of elimination will s pEN
civic work that is notbeiig told He's one of those quiet work- be rated by the general facul- 1\\1. .eo1" Y
ers that do so much for his community that you never hear ty, and the surviving 20 will .
about. That's it for this week. Till the next one LIVE LIFE, be rated by their departmental 01S'1110111
EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT. PEACEI! faculties. The nominees
with the highest average indices 1/41/lJ ;
will be the finalists.

Your The selection committee
interview the finalists, .
visit at least two classes and FAEDDIESCOTT
sures to insure the best pos ,
COULD BE ADVERTISINGYOUR sible selection. The, finalist "Just a Matter of Time"
will be announced by the selec- .
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691-0421 A. R.Gayles;Atty.J.E.Gibbs;
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Calif.-An education ___n _ _
In art has led KathrynE.
6427 NW 18th Ave. Grigsby Into a busy careerIn "LOVING YOU FROM A TO Z"

advertising.She To: 1st Lt. Henry B. Gabriel Vietnam ,,.
recently was appointed
THE PLACE TO SAVE assistant to W. L. Crowe, Pacific ..""....> j> "f

Region advertising director A Is for "ALL" the memories I have of you "'. ""I.

TENDER CHIC GRADE'STENDERIZED for the F. W.Woolworth B is for the "BURNING" desire that I have inside of me "
Company and serves as adver- C is for the "CANDIDNESS" tha we have for the otherD

tising coordinator. is for the "DULL" indifferent moments I have without youE

FRYERS Following her gradua- is for the "EVERY" happiness that we share
.. tion from the Massachusetts
:; 'F is for the "FEELING" of love, devotion and aloneness we both haveG
College of Art at Brookline,
Massachusetts with a bachelor is for the "GALLANT" way you carry on apart from me
H is for the "HEARTACHES" that we both have each momentI
of fine arts degree in 1965,
il j I Miss Grigsby served on the is for "Ideal," a relationship we luckily haveJ

,." advertising staff of several Is for "JUMBLE," th e confused hours I sometimes go through
':"Alf < 23C Boston-area department store K is for "KINDNESS" that you always have and the kind words you always manage to say

s :0 chains as assistant adver- to lift my spiritsL
LB. tising manager. is for the "LONELINESS" That seems to overshower us
M is for the "MAXIMUM" height our love can ever attainN

Is for the "NEED" I have for you to forever be near

SMOKED WHOLEPICNIC 0 Is for the solemn "OATH" we took In wedlock through God's blessingsP

Is for the "POSITIVE" attitude I have about you and your loveQ

Is for "QUALITY," the distinct trait I saw when I chose you

LB.28CEGGS R Is for "RAPPORT" that any successful couple should haveS

Is for the "SATISFACTION" I have Just knowing that you love me
T Is for the "TEST" that God is now taking us throughU

Is for the "UNDERSTANDING" we have which means more than love Itself
V Is for "VACANT" and lonely hours I have to survive each passing day

r Msw W Is for "WHATEVER" actions you take, take them In good, true faith

X Is for the "XTRA" hours that we have gained but will soon share together

r Y is for "YOU," the one I shall always love and cherish till death do us part

Z is for the"ZEALOUS" moments we have shared In happiness and laughter which makes
me love you forever and a day.

Rhoda Gabriel

1961 she Joined the Con-
The death of
rad ti Chandler Company as feed them education now
During the break of
advertising manager for the In doses large and small,
a sickly mind
fashion basement andalso
NEW RED BLISS handled Roaming free among mankind. assembly lines are what we have,
publicity for the upstairs and teaching makes us bawl.
bridal department. A
POTATOES year later she moved to the This man who lost his life
We scurry here, we scamper there
west Coast as advertising Was a champion to eliminate strife ,
To eliminate we run from room to room;
for the in fear and hate
manager Gray Shop
each day we from dawn
Oakland Yet, the sickly caused his fate. fly to dusk
and wish we had a broom.
Her career with Wool-
worth's began In 1964 in Oak No heart can trust a'land
Where free A broom like In Grimm's Fairy Tales
land. As advertising coordi- roams a sickly man
; To bring death would aid the daily task,
: nator she traveled to all the upon its own
major stores in the Oakland- Or others and continually roam. then we could rest our poor tired feet<
is that too much to ask?
San districts,
setting up local and area-wide The thought of such an act
promotions. A typical week's Where man Is thus attacked But Fairy Tales are not for us

r4 schedule included visits to In society where freedom is claimed and dreams: do not come true,
:q Hayward, San Francisco and Disgraces the nation's fame at least for us who dally teach;

Oakland Nevertheless, the battle he championed I wish I knew the clue.

From time to time she would remains
I be assigned to activities in And the dreams he sought we'll proclai m. Fd stop the noise from aeroplanes.

connection with the opening o f The freedom claimed in this land rd bank the student's fire. ,
new stores and this could take Will one day be true for every man. rd air condition every room.
her anywhere in the 11-state And then, I would retire.

5 LBS. Pacific region, preparing ad- George W. Carter
vertising and publicity mater-
ial "on location."

GRADE A SMALL InNovember.1967.M1s!;
Grigsby became assistant to
EGG the regional advertising director -
and "almost before I monument, for us who grieve,
could get my pencils sharpened empty crib, bone-bare, bone-white Can be his words: "I do belt ve
," she said, "they sent me "A silent lost the voice that cried at night; There will be Christian Brotherhood!
off to Las Vegas for another At ghost it stands and stares I do believe all men are good!
store naked walls in a room upstairs.
The room is locked, it does no God grant his faith
good, was not in vain
4 1 A heart still
DOZ. bleeds
the knife is wood. For now mankind must share in stain

NEVER TAKE Until their hates are overcome
And love becomes the rule of thumb.
Never take for granted this

land of liberty, You
can die
-- yet
There's other places far and You can cry -- yet go no on tears living.fall. FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLSBy

3 LBS $1 near free. whose people are not You can look and yet see notliine.

Hide -- and EDWARD E. DAVIS
yet be seen
Never take for granted your by all.

VITA GOLD house or car or bike. Some
people never get a chance to
For whom tolls that doleful, melancholy bell
say what they don't like
: WE'RE.ALL. From Ebenezer's spire?
My you're living in a
PINEAPPLEBiG Perchance thou knowest kindly tell:
country whose
gets sore The earth is a hotel, we're all euests- Whose dirge they chant that solemn choir'

At evil and suppression so Obliged to stay here for awhile. ;
We live and love with The bell tolls for Martin Luther King,
we're even who
up, suit
1 us best-
JUICE 4$1 We don't Just sit and watch we( Exchanging smile for a smile. ; A peaceful, kind and valiant man

try to champion the cause 1 Whose praises now a saddened nation sing
A love While half-staved in noonday sw .
supreme is flags flap
We send our sons and daugh no bonds at all
SUNSHINE We are free ;
ters out to fight on distant to come and to go.
shores. He's forever near to hear The bell tolls for many a barrier felled
VANILLA Never take for granted our God, To comfort and to make us to; Gainst freedom, progress, civil rights.
whose hand His demonstrations felled them and did weldIn
3 POUND$1 1 Has made this free America.the And Master or servant we have a cause new-found, understanding, blacks and whit..

WAFERS BOXES finest In the land. For In retrn to earth someday ;
c just bell tolls for a leader gone;
a Pause
TomanifestateperSn. '
R. Mal Dancy ; Whose face we never more shall see
-Slane Williams Share we not the burdens he has borne
Then it tolls for you.:. It tolls for me. .


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County Park and Recreation public at the following Metro- Sunday afternoon most fitting Mrs.-Rose ,Zimmerman, ac- the wife of Cleophas and whole school had some part in i
Department announces the politan Dade County Pools; for Palm Sunday, hundreds of' ting superbly as Anna,the sis rounding out the cast was its presentation. Directing the
opening of ail swimming pools people gathered at St. PaulA ter of Barabbas and companion Moses Baldwin, grandson of students in the singing of
located throughout the Countyon Bunche Park, 15727 NW 22 ME Church was the settingfor to Cleona; Donald Shirley,son Mr. Leonard Baldwin*and Resurrection and Easters
Saturdays, 9 12 noon Ave.; Cutler Ridge, 10100 SW the presentation of"Bara- of Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Shirley Moses played the part of the ngs wa&JMesdames Sara
and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. and on 200 St.; Little River, 10525 NW bbas" by the Jackson's Tod- brilliantly performed as Roman Soldier. McRae assisted by Harriet.
Sundays, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. The 24th Ave.; Myrtle Grove 3030 dle Inn Galus, a member of the gang; Worrell, doing solo and duet
week schedule will remain the NW 179th St.; North Regional The .cast included Richard Deborah, 'a neighbor in the The magniflcient performance parts were Michael Shirley,
same, pools open daily 9 a.m. Bldg. #32, Opa-locka Airport; Ross, son of Mr. and Mrs. drama was depicted by Carol by these young peoph son of Dr. and Mrs. Edwin
to noon and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Norwood, 19401 NW 14 Ave.;, Richard Ross starring as Ba- Coverington, granddaughter of of this story of the cruciflxon Shirley & Moses Baldwin;ren-
Learn-to-swim, lifesaving, Richmond Heights, 14375 rabbas; Lisa Gibson,daughtez* Mr. and Mrs. Coverington; was so real that it had deep dering Old Rugged Cross was
water safety and other aqua- Boggs Drive; Tropical Estates of the Wilfred Gibsons portraying -, Mr. and Mrs. Ylysses. Mor- meaning to those who saw it. Adrian Reed. Twenty "little

tic programs are offered to the 10201 SW 48 Street. the role of Cleona;i ris' offspring Valarle was de- The entire program was in ---..............
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ack is a first officer, co-pilot with American Airlines. Flying is his,business.nd .

it's no coincidence that Coca-Cola is always near. In flight from east coast ,_ \ ,- r I

to west at least twice a week. Or at home where he often relaxes with Coke. I
f 'i
ou see no matter where he is Jack knows he can count on Coca-Cola. .

.oke has the taste you never get tired of.

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choir stand of the church pan-
tomined "My Faith Looks Up I
"" To Thee" as Mesdames Mc-
Rae and Brown sang the lyricsin
the background.
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Once"aga"1n, it is made more
eminent that the discerning ,\

: ; parent chooses Jackson's ;
s' Toddle Inn for his child,wherehe
is given the wonderful opportunity -
for public appear

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vg 3. The local Association 0 f

4 Childhood Edcation heartily
4 ))4z
; endorsed and elected Mrs.
Dun as its president for the
ensuing year. A product of the
community; the schools of
Dada County; Florida A&M
$: .: ,ydri ;NleAA a. w '" !'v. University; 13 year elemen-
A tary school teacher, presently !
4 teaching at Douglas Elem.;
recipient of many awards for
Tr tLS VY leadership; has given com
mendable account of her stew-
ardship as a citizen of worthas
well as an outstanding edu-

cator in religious, civic,'educational
and fraternal affairsof
X the community.
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I Baptist ;
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.,. F : f works as a volunteer in the
v. 3 many community fund raising
drives. She holds membershipin
Zeta phi Beta Sorority and
the Order of the Eastern Star
and many educational organi-
zations. Before the merging of
both branches of ACE, Mrs.
Dean served as vicepresidentand
then president. In 1966-
67 she placed second in the Miami
} Jaycees annual search for

Dado: County's Outstanding
Educator. She was given plaque -
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1 1 X 1 1 Mrs. Dean, her husband
Be/tram, and their three
children reside at 1042 NW48
4 Street.
Other officers elected to
serve with Mrs. Dean were;
i / Catherine Culver, first vice
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president; Connie:Fries,
second vice president; Jerrold
Rosen, treasurer; Maxine
Pickering, recording sec-
retary; and Blanche Gross,
ottled under the authority of The Coca-Cola Company by: THE PEOPLE IN YOUR TOWN WHO BRING YOU COCA-COLA. corresponding secretary.T .


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'" l MHHHMMiWH MHMMMBHMM HMMMMMi Shot In Coconut Grove V
Boy By Sniper ;}]

Charged In Jacksonville A 13-year-old: Negro was er than a one-story building bullet came from a spot '
shot last Thursday in Coconut wound was superficial.. er than a one-story high'I;
Grove, police reported. Whoever fired the shot, \ t
Airman DeathLee Victim of the gunshot wound According to the police, the lice .:said, made his J I ia ir

was Ulysses G. Moor of 3161, :

Charles Bradley, a 23- "They worked around the told police that the men in the Douglas Road. He was hit in
yearold white man: was clock." car threw stones at Hargettand the right shoulder as he walk- ".
arrested in Jacksonville early Hargett, who was home, on a group of young Negroesand ed north on Douglas Road at
last Friday morning and leave after completing basic then returned a shot while Percival Avenue, at about 11 .
charged with the fatal shoot- training in the Air Force,was after, when Hargett was shot. p.m.
ing of a Negro airman duringa shot between the eyes with a He was dead on arrival at a Treated at South Miami
racial disturbance Tuesday weapon fired from a slow mov- hospital.. Hospital Moore was transferred J
night. ,_,jtag car. He was sitting on a Duval Detective Lt. Robert to Jackson Memorial and
Duval County detectives arrested bl CIEr'an Bradley at his apart- young Negroes'when'' he was arrested Bradley at his apart mined by doctors that the
ment and charged him with shot. Bradley was arrested ment at 4:30a.m.Justice of the wound was superficial.
first degree murder of Ran- about a mile from the scene of Peace Hugh Granger ordered According to the police, the
dolph Hargett, 18. the shooting.; him held without bond. bullet came from a spot high-
Three other white juvenileswere Carson said that a .22 cali-
taken into custody by police ber rifle anda black 1961 Ford 1

with for questioning the killing in connection with a "recently removed'' 3 Deputies Cleared and \
piece of chrome had been con-
"We don't anticipate any fiscated. Witnesses said that "
more arrests," said Duval the dark- colored car from Returned To Work \
ward Thursday for informa- which i Hargett had been shot t \
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said received suspension from assault in 1959, and
"The men did a wonderful Witnesses Hargett was
thing this Job," he added. outlined in the light from a duties a few days ago for allegedly his brother, Donald Sorey,20,
booth arresting, beating and who was convicted, accordingto
County Sheriff Dale Carson, nearby public telephone
kicking two Negroes were reinstated police, of assault with intent -
whose office offered a$500 re- and made an easy target.They
last week bv SheriffE. to commit rape in 1964.
Wilson Purdy.Mr. These two complainantssaid
Sheriff IVonfs.350 More Purdy did not withhold that they were arrested
I their salaris, or any part of 27th Ave. and NW 48th Street
the pay, and said that a com- and taken to the parking lot of
Deputies 'In Crime War plete investigation revealed Brownsville JuniorHigh ''I
that the two complaintants, School where they were hand-

A $5.1- million, increase In crease on a countywide basis both ex-convicts, had lied cuffed, kicked and beaten,they
the budget and 615 more em- daily units per shift around the about the incident. claimed.But Miss Ruby Burrows, a Florida Attorney, expects to return
ployes are being sought by clock from 32 to 89 and hike The suspended deputieswere according to the Sheriff to Miami shortly to volunteer her services in the Stephen
Dade Sheriff E. Wilson Purdyto the number of patrol cars from : Sgt. Terry L. Deniscoand Department's spokesman, the Butter campaign for the House of Representatives, Group 99.
put more power in the 71 to 139. Officers Jack W. Wheelerand story of the accusers conflicted Stephen Butter, a candidate running in the May? Democratic
county's war on crime next Wayne H. Clark. WheelerIs with that of the officers and,. primary, integrated one of the first law offices in the state of
year. He said this will enable each a Negro. once Herbert S. Woods of 3255 Florida, and in the south, in 1966 when Miss Burrows Joined
The budget request for the patrol unit to patrol its zone Recommending the restoration NW 50th Street. the, firm.
1968-69 fiscal year starting for a minimum of four hours to duties of the deputieswas Arrested on an unrelated Presently, two Negro women Attorneys are members of the
Oct. 1 totals $16.1 million, a per shift per day. The Public a review board composedof charge and being taken to Jail, Abramson & Butter law offices. Gwen Sawyer Cherry, upon
46.5 per cent increase over Safety Department Is now far J a c k O. Sandstorm,jails Woods,together with the Sorey resigning "Legal Services," in 1967,became the second
expenses for this year. below that level. chief; Charles W. Zmuda, brothers, was present at the Negro Attorney added to the firm.
Of the 615newemployesrequested The recruitment and train- chief of central services, and parking lot where the alleged The integrated firm was a dream planned by the three above
-- which make a totalof ing program, Purdy said, Ray L. Starling, chief of ad- beatings took place. He testi- named persons, Butter, Burrows, and Cherry, after, succes-
1,891-350 would be uniformed would cost $2.7 million with ministration. fied before the panel that no sfully passing the Bar examination in October 1965, and has
deputies to combat $387,000 of that being one- beatings took place. since been made a reality.FRANKLIN'S .
rising crime and bolster traf- time costs for such items as Accusing the deputies were ___ ______ _____________ ___u___ ________ ____ _________
fjcjatrols.jmrdy wants to in- uniforms and advertising. Arthur H. Sorey, 38, who po- _. i
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Debutante candidates of the Miami Alumnae Chapter of Delta Eleanor Coles, Edna Ammons, Dorothy Miller and Betty Margaret Gross, Sherral Hall, Beverly Hart, Valerie Hill,
Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., have commenced a gala seasonof Smiley The last two are chair man and co-chair man of the 1968 Ernestine Johnson, Deborah Jones, Prlscilla Jones, Mary La-
pre-ball activities.The Cotillion Lane, Marilyn Lewis, Lynda Lockman, Lillie Manuel, Glenda
79 charming young ladies scheduled for presentation on Coming up is a fashion show at Burdine's In late April, a Martin, Cheryl Matthews, Marcella Mingo, Jeanette Monroe,
June I, 1968 at Miami Beach Auditorium met,with their parents May tea, a charm workshop in mid-May and of course, the Diane Newbold, Jacquelyn Parker, Annie Perry,Karen Pinck-
and the Deltas in late winter to commence plans for the Cotillion on June 1.
Cotillion. Since that evening they have been kept In a whirl of Mrs. Gussie Ervin, chapter president says, "The Cotillionis ney.Patricia Pompey, Eleanor Reddick, Sylvia Redding, Brenda
enriching activities. a garland we give to only fine young women in the area, and Rivers, Patricia Robinson,Shirley Ross,Alma Ruffin, Freenis
On March 23 the candidates toured Bass Museum. The following the Deltas hope to make the 1968 Cotillion the most fabulousin Sample, Delores Sands, Lelttia Sargent, Patricia Shellman,
Sunday they were Intellectually aroused by Mrs. AI- the history of this community! Donna Simmons, Celestine Smith, Lena Smith, Susan Smith,
bertha Caldwell, a Delta Soror, ataUvelylecture-forum. 'me The 1968 candidates are: Cathina Akine, Patricia Barnes, Janett Spraggins.
subject was "The Challenge of Leadership." Beverly Bell, Maria Bethel, Sonya Bethel, Brenda Brown, Gail Springer, Myra Stanley, Carolyn Starkey, Marilyn
Under the ,competent direction of Mrs. Carrie Meek, the Christine Burke, Denzella Burnside, Barbara Clarke, Betty Stevens, Anna Stevenson, Sandra Stringer, Rosemary Stubbs,
candidates are preparing for the Cotillion at regular rehear- Cook, Clarice Cooper, Faye Council, Jessie Cowins, Joyce Linda Sumner, Collette Taswell, Sherron Taylor, Patricia
sals. These sessions are combination of dance and charm in- Craddock, Theresa Dean, Brenda Eady,Sherrll Edwards, Ber- Thompson, Annie Turner, Bennette Twinn, Carolyn:White,
I struction. nadette Forde, Paulette Gabriel. Deborah Wilcox, Renee Wilcox, Phyllis Williams, Gail Wil-
Preparing for active citizenship roles,the young ladles have Lois Gibbs, Jaquelyn Glass, Marilyn Green, Yvonne Green, lingham, Lena Davis, and Shirley Harris.
engaged In civic projects at Variety Children's Hospital,Sun-
,land Training Center and Parkway Children's Center.Dr. .
J. M. Presley and Miss Betty Ward,Director and volun- I I r rv.
teer Services Director of Parkway, commented in a letter to V.F.W. ACTIVITIES
the Sorority, "The party given by the beautiful debutantes of F. W. Post 5693 of Opa-
1968 of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority was just great. . What locka wish to thank its many
impressed so many was how 'the beautiful ladies' played with patrons, friends and district
them." (the children) officers for helping to make i
Many parents have entertained groups of the candidates at the Building Fund Dance sucha
parties and other social affairs. success.
The Coconut Grove Playhouse is the next destination for the Without a doubt the hundredsof S
group to see "Call Me Madam." Lunch before the the theatreor visitors and dancers spenta
dinner after is part of the schedule of several of the sub- most lovely night with Post
groups led by Delta Sorors: Maude Newbold, Beverly Nixon, 5693 and the Ladles the 1/ 6L_
Annie McRae, Cora Hankerson, Sheba Martin, Doretha Mingo, FOP Ballroom In Opa-locka. _
Jacquelyn Crosby, Rosa Shorter, Alstene Lynch,Helen Davis, As usual Walter Boweof _
Cliffornia Ross, Dora Wright,Harriet Shootes, Lillian Crouch, Carver Ranches and VFW '
Post 8195 was on handand c1L j C

helping to sell his Post' dance Rif t __: % :
that was held at the Elks Clubin _
Ft. Lauderdale. Can't tell
which VFW Post had the larg- !
est crowd, but both can be sure l lr
all patrons left asking for the
next affair.
Quartermaster Bob Jordan,
Sr. jetted to four northern
:1i cities for Broward County
School Board In search for
plans and ideas for new
schools for Broward County.
Chaplain Emory Gibson and
Lady Aux wife birthday partied -
daughter, little "Mona
Lisa" Saturday, March 30.
Sr. Vice Commander W. C.
"Bill" Covington running for
Cormunder! of his Post this

I year.Jim Lucas elected Secre- Miami Delta Debs In Civic Action I

tary for United Federation of
Postal Clerks Local No. 172 If you just happen to see a "St. Patrick's Day" at made by the Debs. Sorors
for 1968-69. "select' group of charming Variety Children's Hospital Betty Smiley, Alstene Lynch,
Ladies Aux. officer Marie young ladies, busily shopping, involved story telling of the and Dorothy Miller chaperoned -
Miller proudly escorting her planning and making goodies, "Shamrocks (worn by each the group.
visiting ,New york City bro- they are Miami Alumnae child) to "A Sound of Music," "Art and Music Apprecia-
ther, .Charles Kelly to church Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta highlighted by balloons, lollipops tion" at Parkway gave the boys
r services, church!, tea and about Sorority's prospective Debu- punch and cookies. This and girls chance of tee and
Opa-locka and Miami. tantes. group was sponsored by Imaginative" expression,
i Sick list: ',Comrades Ed. These helpful and charming Sorors Beverly Nixon and highlighted by punch and cake.
Fields and Theodore Mackey. young ladies, each month, Maud Newbold. So r 0 r s Jacqueline Crosby,
Glad to see well and up and on week or day take time out from "Story Hour" atSunland Dorothy Hield, and Rosa Shorter -
the go Archie Foster. their busy schedules to bring Training Center enabled the chaperoned the group.
post 5693 nominations for good cheer to boys and girlsat children to relax and listen to Debs Mary Le Lane and
officers for 1968-69 Sunday, Variety Children's Hos- enchanting stories of today and Sherrll .Edwards are involvedin
April 14 . Election of all officers pital, parkway and Sunland long ago. These children enjoyed a fun game with little Greg
Sunda y, April 21 Training Center. home made brownies ory.

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I | Hollywood Reacts To Dr.. King's DeathEven I '. ,_ , 'c -":" , I"

Hollywood, usually Locke Senior High School in cifeon given by the Publicists
wrapped In a cobweb of make southeast Los Angeles on Friday Guild, the Hollywood group's
believe and proposterous ego, day after the murder of brilliant black president, Vin
was shocked into reality by the Dr. King, and is credited with cent Tubbs, recalled that hand
sudden and brutal death of Dr. helping maintain calm there. Dr. King had attended the
Martin Luther King, Jr. All classes were suspendedat same college, Moorehouse.
Quincy Jones, talented 12:30 p.m.that day,but dur- offered that the school's motto,
young black composer-ar- ing the morning hours young "when you wake up, get up;
ranger up for two Academy Mitchell visited several of the when you get up, do something -
Awards (Best Song-- "The school's classes calling for .. ," would be a good course
Eyes of Love" from Banning "rational thinking and cool ;" Best Musical Score -- heads" in the wake of Dr. :follow these days.It .
"In Cold Blood"), was admit- King's death. was also at that luncheon .
tedly left with "a sense of Mitchell will head a three-I I that Tubbs announced that he, f j
overwhelming loss and empti man team of young Negroes :actor Marlon Brando and Life ,fw f
ness.Since I was 15," he ad- from Universal, including ]]photographerwriter Gordon
ded, "the one thing I've screenwriter Jim m i e Sher- :]Parks would spearhead a com- "
dreamed of is getting an man and this writer, in visit-i mittee to hold a motion pic-
Oscar, but now my heart Just ing predominately Negro I ture Industry memorial in 4 4tr
isn't in it any more." schools in the Los Angeles i memory of Dr. King on the day y e
Don Mitchell, star of the area in coming weeks. of the civil rights leader's :
"Ironside" TV series,visited Also on Friday, following I burial.
students of the new Aline the assassination, a t a lunHOUSE However. Tubbs later announced -
that "the action of the
"ri ltuv Tma9e e Zade Academy of Motion picture -. -

Arts and Sciences in postponing Carolyn Jones and Delma Sworn, shown above with W. H. Hayes of the Roosevelt -
its Oscar ceremonies and / office are two young students from Bethune Cookman College in Daytona
cancelling its Grand Ball is a weeks with First Federal of
Beach, who will spend nine Savings Miami as internsin
IIELP ME tribute of such magnitude as the savings and loan field to complete their Business Administration major./ Four
to render any efforts" on our weeks will be spent at the Roosevelt office, two downtown and three at First Federats
\ parts superfluous He also North Miami office. The girls will receive their B. S. degrees in May.
thanked the
Directors Guild
which had offered its facilitiesas Bethune'Cookman began the internship program nearly ten years ago. It has
proven to be a most effective and productive way of giving students an opportunityto
the site of the .
j project ser-
observe first hand how a business operates.
DADE vice.
The actual decision to delay
the Academy Awards was, to I I
COUNTY 4. say the least, an historic
event. It was the very first 'Crisis In The Nation
time this had happened duringthe ,
Academy's 40- year his-

OF REPRESENTATIVES tory.The decision to delay the White Racism' TelevisedThe
show for two days occured fol-
GROUP 91 lowing the announcement by
Sidney Pettier, Diahann Car- program that was Sunday, April 28 colorcast: Programs Unit in cooperationwith
World War Two Veteran roll, Sammy Davis, Louis scheduled to open the series The Rev. David R. Hunter(with the National Council of
Armstrong and Quincey Jones "Crisis in the Nation: White the National Council of Churches.
Married, Three Sons that they would participate Racism" on the NBC Television Churches), author Jane Doris Ann is executive pro-
Teacher In Government for 20 Years if it were held prior to Dr.King's Network's "Frontiers of I Baldwin, and Dr. Kennedy will ducer "Frontiers of Faith,"
funeral.On Faith," originally announced explore the conclusions of the and Marvin E inborn and Frank
Faculty Member Carol City Senior High the Saturday following for Sunday, April 7, will now commission's report and the Nash will direct the April
Executive the assassination, and hour- be colorcast Sunday, April 28 involvement and responsibility series.
Secetary Laymen's Voter long special meeting was held ((1:30 2 NYT It of the
Registration Committee '' : p.m. ). ( was individual citizen. NBC-TV Program Highlight
and Academy president Greg- preempted on April 7'by the The fourth announced program April 14: Frontiers of Faith;
Legislative Aide to Sen. Richard Stone for 1967 ory Peck made it clear that special program, "Martin in the series will not be "Crisis in the Nation: White
Sessions of Florida Legislature "there was a great deal of rea- Luther King: 1929-1968," telecast. It was to have featured Racism" -- First program in i

Education: Booker T. sonable opinion gone into before which was colorcast 130; Arthur S. Flemming, a series taking a close look at
Washington High; the decision was made." "Crisis in the Nation: White chairman of the Commissionon the report of the President's
Alabama State College; University of Telegrams to more than 1-, Racism," which will closely Political Activities of Government National Advisory Commis-
Philippines; University of Tokyo; 000 recipients of tickets were examine the recent report of Personnel, with Dr. sion on Civil Disorders. Host
University of Miami sent out advising of postpone- the
President's National Advisory Kennedy. for the series is the Rev. Dr.
Affiliations FEA NEA ment of the show and cancel- Commission on Civil "Crisis in the Nation: White William B. Kennedy. Guests
: PACE, CTA, FAEA lation of the dinner which
was Disorders, will be hosted by :Racism" will be
produced by will be Mrs. James M. Dol-
Holy Redeemer Catholic
Church to
The delay also added the

Rev. Dr. William j
B. Kent NBC Television
Religious bey Charles S. Spivey.
Alpha Phi Alpha, to overall costs paid by the nedy, Secretary of Education, ,
Dade County Young Democrats, Academy since there were two Board of Christian Education,
President's Committee "To extra days expenses for nominees Presbyterian Church of the
Secure These Rights"FOR up for Best Foreign Film U. S.(Note: This colorcast will NO CREDIT NEEDED NOTHING TO SIGN
who had come from overseas. now be the third program in

a new State Constitution, geographicallyand Some Hollywood people are the series.). $1095 DELIVERS
that athlete-turned-actor,Jim The new schedule follows IT
proportionately compatible to our Brown, could well be one of theh Sunday, April 14; Mrs.; 21" TV TODAYPay
dynamic State
e i r apparent to the tragically
vacated James M. Dolbey, presidentof $15 More in 30 Days It's YoursLenny's
leadership of Church Women United
FOR further improvement of Florida's Dr: King. Their reasoning is Charles S. Spivey (National;

educational picture, including higher that Brown's Negro Industiral Council of Churches); and Dr. T.V. 754-3321
educational standards, better pay for & Economic Union, supportedby Kennedy will discuss housingand
teachers and more funds for educationFOR both militant and moderate education and will probe
Black people, believes that the more intimate and per-
economics is the answer to the sonal dimensions of this partof
legislation conducive to the Black
growth of man's dilemma. the report.
Dade County and the development of Florida What has been revealed by Sunday, April 21: Whitney You'lllove. .
the recent.past and present in M. Young Jr., Executive Director L
FOR action against crime and corruption inState Hollywood, however, is that of the National Urban
and local governmentsFOR underneath the glittercovered League; Howard J. Samuels,
and pretended world of show Undersecretary of Com- ...
business lie the same humanreactions merce and
tax relief for Senior Citizens and homeowners to ; Dr. Kennedy will
King's death examine ways society has discriminated
shared by human be ingsthroughout against Negroes in

the world: stunned jobs and e c o n o m i c develop Al ;
FOR a fair tax share for Dade County shock and sincere remose. ment. e # 11

FOR a lower voting age

FOR the of STUDENT SPECIAL 1 loves. 11 1
re-districting Dade County ..
Bus ID Photos
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FOR the revision of the State's antiquated t
Welfare laws 2 For 50* black & white together

"a.k for" S16
$16 _
FOR a State-wide Human Relations Board to SATURDAY ONLY itulip'!
cope with racial problems "harlequin"NORTHSIDE

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Pindling Government Given .

r Voter Registration DrivesA I

Strong Vote Of Confidence

Big Success '
I The geneal election in the tion would be necessary; so ed substantially, speculationis
The voter registration . Bahamas on April 10,resulted 300 officers manned the pol- rife as to whether Mr.
drives carried out from March 1. .... '. Y :. \.' 'in a landslide victory for the ling stations in New Provi Fawkes will be appointed to
11 through April'6 in four : Progressive Liberal Party. dence. The acting police com- his former Cabinet office of
areas of South Dade County i PLP candidates won 29 of the missioner reported, that Minister for Labor.
have proved very satisfying.Both 38 House of Assembly seats, everything went off in an orderly -
volunteers and paid pea R .S with the United Bahamian fashion. The new government, whichis
ple have worked long hours I Party getting seven, and a Labor Now that the tumult and fury elected for a term of five
going door-to-door, explaining J' and an Independent getting of the election are over, Pre- years, has a tremendos re-
the importance of regis- :;Y xwt one each.It mier Lynden 0. Pindling is sponsibility. The 15 monthsit
tering to everyone they met, ,I was the most bitterly contested expected to name his Cabinet has had in administering the
distributing handbills, and F I election in the historyof members this week:Randal affairs of the Colony, should
transporting people to and 4 AU ,.. the Colony, and was an eye- Fawkes, sole Labor Party provide some insight as a
from the registration offices ''I opener of how the majority of representative in the House, guideline to the future.Among
The Libery City Community Y the Bahamians are thinking. was re-elected. It was he who the pressing problems it facesis
Some of the historic strongholds turned the tide in favor of the
Council, directed by Mr. finding ways to heal old
.. of the UBP fell as the PLP last when there sores and to
Bernard Dyer, sponsored a .... 'I year was restore among
PLP marched as conquorers, an 18-18 tie between the two the
drive in the Liberty City model people a finer spirit regardless -
cities area. The Council's taking 16 Hose seats in New major parties. As the numberof to political affilia-
Welfare Providence and 13 in the Out PLP membershasincreas- tion.PROTEC. .
Delegation, directedby Islands.
Mr. Sam Moncur, ran the .
As the returns
were announced ( YOUR FURNITURE
drive. Besides paid workers, over radio station / WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTYI
the Liberty City drive was aid ZNS and it was clear that PLP CUSTOM MADE
ed by many volunteers, includ- .., winners were far in the lead, ; PLASTIC FURNITURE
ing twelve ladies from the National I.\,7\ If... ; -
0/\' "" ..,,' members of the party and their
Council of Negro Women supporters took to the streetsof
North, and the mother's cation Project of the Southern ed the Coconut Grove-Coral Nassau in a wild celebra- ... CRYSTAL SAUDI ClIARNIAVV
group of the Liberty City Com- Regional Council to each of the Gables, the Richmond Heights tion, shouting, "All the wayl! HI PULLY LONG! IISISTANt IA1TIN .
munity Council's Welfare four sponsoring agencies -Howard Drive, and the Per- All the wayl"Thousands! aUADANTIIO 1, ATE
Delegation. made possible the participation rine-Hompstead of the victors' HUM MSSFrII 1 15,,
The Florida Council on Human of the paid workers, the advised the chairmen programs in plan-, followers in the city and hun WORKMAN. +LNM11t pcMLMAiIAtAlI
Relations sponsored the printing and distribution of ing and assisted them in the dreds in the Out Islands par uvMimm 'III ISTIMATIS I
drive in the Coconut Grove- thousands of handbills,the use field. He will continue this important ticipated in the all-night victory S (All VINtlt SPECIALIZING CAL
Coral Gables area. Accordingto of portable P.A. system for role I in the coming celebration. S PIN nniM. IN PLASTIC DAY oR
Mrs. Peter Luykx, chair- cruising through and inform weeks, as the same groups follow Judging from some unfavorable EXCLUSIVELY ,
man of the Council's voter ing entire areas, and the rent up the voter registrationwith incidents during the
registration committee, this ing 0 fa bus whch carried people voter education. pre-election campaign, it was House of Gretchen
drive owes most of its successto round-trip, free of charge, Pictured above are: Mrs. anticipated that police protec- Formerly Gretchen-Nichola Plastic CoversIwiGs
the score of Individual people on the last evening of registration Nancy Luykx, Mrs. Florene
living i in and out of the -- -- -- -- -- -
Grant, and Mrs. Mildred Reid I -
area, who volunteered their Bill Miles, associate direc-
about to enter the Coral Gables
help gladly, because they be- tor of the Florida Council on City Hall. photo by Bill
lieve in the importance of empowering Human Relations, coordinat- Miles. BY I
people to vote.
The National Council of Negro

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THE MIAMI TIMES.. Friday. ", April 19. 1968 19

DYER TELLS KING MEMORIAL CROWD ""n,* '):j.1'It'J.t' 'I. '.' "I""" \J/\'.Ii"'' < ', 'i" "("I'"I rL4d '"\\! I''-,'', v'"

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JOHN A. DIAZ preceded Dyer were MayorSteve persons on this platform.Lies minority groups. is not goingto t"",)J'" "- ...e'd
Clark, Vice Mayor Irvin have been told in that man's change without pressure." ,
Denouncing city and county Christie, and Mrs. A thai ie name. A kind genocide Is go- Dyer was followed by the YA
officials at a Dr. Martin Range, city commissioner.. _ing on in this country that must Reverend Benjamin Franklin,
'Joe'Boyd be labor union vice-president ,xw
Luther King memorial service Metro Commissioner stopped. a ,
held in Bayfront Park Band- was present, but he did Dyer said that he had come who said that he came to Miami t

shell, Monday night, Bernard --...-. ,..--.. oniy to pay tribute to a treat in 1921 and many things a
Dyer, president of the Liberty \ man, but said he, "I would bea have changed Said Mr. Franklin -
liar if I allowed you to leave "I realize that there are 4 h 1
City Community Council, told '
an audience of black and white # this audience thinking that many things to be said.We are r ,
everything is all right in Miami i- not so free as we want to be. :
that things are not all right on _
." But I do hope that every Negro
side of the tracks. kV'
Continued Dyer,"There are in the world and especially in "
Said Dyer, "An almost inhuman evictlos in Miami. There are the united States will endeavorto .
indifference exists in housing codes that are not hold up the dignity of Martin ;_
City Hall and the County Commission complied with.That's violence Luther King and the dignity his k % '
chambers." against the blacks." wife showed after his death., i f :
Dyer said that $85 a month '
It was a memorial service maximum for welfare is vio- Rabbi Joseph Narot of
sponsored by Dr. King's BERNARD DYER, lence. Septic tanks are over Temple Israel was the keynote i
Southern Christian Leader- flowing right now in Liberty speaker for the memorial. _
ship Conference, but' the gathering not make a speech. Most of the City and other black areas. f 4
was treated to a bar- officials had already left,how- ,"That's violence,"shouted Said Rabbi Narot, "If M
rage of bitter denunciation of ever, when Dyer levelled his Dyer. America does not become the
officials in city and in county criticisms against the powers Mr. Dyer said that Dr.King land of promise for all. It will _.--.. ... ,-
government.Dyer that be.The "was talking about all the vio- be a land of promise for none.
city officials had expressed lence NOTED SINGER IN NASSAU, Nassau, Bahamas -
-- the violence committed If it is not blessed for all, it
added, something pride that Miami has against the blacks as well will be cursed for all.All riots Famous gospel singer Mahalia! Jackson, in Nassau for
doesn't change in this country, not seen the kind of racial violence as the other kind." today are created by promises a concert, was a luncheon guest of H. E. the Governor,
and change drastically, I hate that has erupted in other Dyer said that Americans not kept. The white man has, Sir Ralph Grey, at Government House, where they are
to see what's going to happento United States cities. But Dyer 'settled this country, "saying been making promises for 250 seen. Miss Jackson sang at a benefit for the ruling Pro-
this country." screamed "Lies have been the only good Indian is a dead years and the promises are not gressive Liberal Party's campaign fund
The other speakers who had told tonight by two political Indian and that attitude toward fulfilled."

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April '19,1968


Emma Long, 709 SW t J .,., ,'. "
11 flARDSMEMORIASDEATHS I died April i ; <; Mrs. Eliza McClinton of 4 Ave., Homestead, .:
3062, NW 61st St., died Satur- 9. Services were conducted

day, April 13. She is survived Saturday from Kingdom Hallin I t

by five daughtersElizabethPalmer Perrine. Among servivorsare i 1

Lillie M, Trapp,'Gertrude husband James, brother ;s
I CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSWe Line;'Annie Luster, ,and Rufus Perry, niece Mrs. Mary

Rosetta Barkney; three sons Thomas.

family of the late loving memory ofFRANK acknowledge with grati- Robert, Mitchell, and Hugh; a * * ,

,%. oJ Jo .1l "IL: '.. :'1 tude bouquets, floral arrange- brother Elder George Rut- I
ments, messages of sympathy ledge: 29 grandchildren; 14 Mrs. Lula B, Kirkland, 6878
and kind regards in our gloomy great grandchildren. Serviceswill NW 14th Ave, died April 10.

hours of bereavement. be conducted Saturday, Among survivors are husband "

Special thanks to Rev. April 20, at 4 p.m. in Shining Leroy Mullis; adopted daugh- .
Savoy, minister of Grace Light Holy Spiritual Church of ter Marlyn; mother Annie Wil- t

Presbyterian Church and Christ. Inc. liams ; sister Doris postell;

members ; also to Orchard two brothers Thomas and Ar-
* * *
Villa and Floral Heights Elem. thur Williams; grandmother

Schools, and other friends and Mrs. Cora Lee Mitchell of Mrs. Lula Bell Mathis. Ser- By REV. W. M, WILLIAMSGod
neighbors. Our baby boy was 533 NW 2nd Ave, Apt. 1, died vices were held in the chapel
i A a taken away from us, but we Friday, April 12. She is sur- Monday. is not pleased over the

-f'!' are consoled because we know vived by two sisters Lily * * ungodliness in the land. Men,
; that he is in heaven with other Orange and Bessie Divis; a return back to the church.

I little angles just like him. son Richard Safford; three Mrs. Vera Mitchell, 1838 I had three visions within

it +.1-,,. Y brothers, Abe, LeroyandR.F.Saffold. NW 1st Pl., died April 11th. three months.
", r Sadly missed by; Services will be held Among survivors are husband Thou shalt not kill, Exodus

_-m;. Rudolph LeverItySr., father Thursday, April 18, at 2:30 Willie, and a host of other rel- 20:13. Receiving a blessing,

BEATRICE A. BURROUGHS HECTOR WEST Roscella Leverity, mother pm in the chapel. atives. Services Tuesday in Matt., 56.; Reject the curse,

wishes to use this medium to who departed this life, April Priscilla J. Loverity, sister the chapel. 2 Chron. 33:6. The price of the
* * *
express sincere gratitude to 22, 1967. curse, Malachi 3:8-9.
everyone for their beautiful His life is a beautiful memory Jimmie Taylor of 2757 NW * * The visions God gave me;

flowers, thoughtful expres- His absence is a slient griefHe IN MEMORIAMIn 57th St., died Friday,April 12. John Price, 6051 SW 62nd No. 1, A tidal wave coming out

sions of sympathy andservce sleeps in God's lovely garden He is survived by his wife Er- Ter., So Miami, died April of the southeast. No 2, Theo
or our
which was of the greatest com- memory nestine; six brothers Lester, 11. Among survivors are wife an was bloody, flowing out

fort to us in our sorrow.Space In sunshine and in perfect dear mother Willie, Dewitt, Fred, Cliffordand Jess ma; two sons Johnnie and of the east. No. 3, Fire leap-

prevent us from naming peace. E. Taylor;a sister Alesie; Dwight; one daughter Joyce; ing higher than all buildings,
everyone individually but When the da y of toil is done a son James. Final rites will one granddaughter Valerie. coming out of the southwest.

special appreciation is extended When the race of life is run, be conducted in Brunswick, Services were Tuesday at Mt. Please read Ezekiel 33:6-
to Rev. Sneed, Rev. Father, grant thy wearied one A.t Georgia. Nebo Baptist Church. 7-8.
Blacknell, Rev.Cousin,attending rest for evermore.
ministers; choir # 1, * * *
. . .
Greater Bethel, Choirs No. land Emily West, wife Mrs. Romise Graves of 636 SOUTH DADE NEWS

2, St. James AME, neigh- Daniel, Oscar, and Elijah NW 9th St., died Friday,April Mrs. Mary Lee Thomas,419
bors of 70th St., friends of 6 West brothers 12. She is survived by her hus- NW 8 St., died April 8.Among The family of the late Lapa-
Ct. and the entire Christian survivors are one daughter zette Dock, wish to thank each
Katie Lee Duhart, sister band Esoral; her parents; and
community and friends. other relatives. Arrange- Grace Sears, and other relatives :and everyone for their kind-
ness and consideration duringthe
ments are incomplete.
time of bereavement. All
The Burroughs Family CARD OF THANKSThe 1
. . * * cards, telegrams, telephone
.calls and prayers were highly
j Mrs. Elizabeth Wiley, 1600
CARD OF THANKSThe family of th late Mrs. Lucille Corner of 2961 NW 1st. Ct., Apt 4 died April appreciated. Special, thanks to
the Bain Funeral Home for
NW 69 Street, died Thursday, 12. Among survivors are one
She is survived their kindness during such
April 11. by
family of the later m daughter Eleanor Morris;four
her husband Joe six daugh- time. Your kindness will never
Morris Robert
+y MRS. ISADORA BULLARDwho sons, Henry be forgotten. May God bless
ters Ruby Williams, Ida Hun- Larry, and Jimmie Wiley.Re-
this life 19 ter, Irene Jackson Georgis each and everyone of you.
departed April mains were shipped Wednes-
Linton marie Lynn and Mary Mattie Dock, wife Ada M.
1967. ,
Atlanta for
day to Georgia
'( t n Asleep;. in Jesus blessed Sam Johnson, Ulysses; six andLoren sons, Joe; Mike'and Jr., final rites. Phillip, sister.

sleep from which none ever
There will be a breakfast
Johnny Corner; a mother * * ,
.. wakes to weep. We love you but Emma Upshaw; two sisters Sunday, April 21, at the homeof
.. Jesus love you best. Gertrude Cush and Elise Sam Gaines, 1426 NW 1 Ct., Mrs. Rosa Lee Harton,

Jones; two brothers Don and died April 15. Among survi- 10080 Hibicus Street,Perrine,

1 I . The children: Clement Upshaw; 37grand- vors are son; Hazel; cousin, sponsored by Mrs. Rosa Barton -

children; three great grandchildren and other relatives Services and Mr. Lucious Hudson
uertrude, William, Auddely Services will be con- Saturday, April 20, at 11 a.m. and others. Donation $1.00.

Rebecca, Winifred,Constance ducted Wednesday, April 17, in the chapel. The public is invited.
Inez, Phillip, Alice and Clarence ... ... ... .
OSCAR GOINS JR. at 4 p.m in Day Spring Bap- ... ... or or 'r
tist Church. Mrs. Lorena Bryant, 410
I who departed this life April 1, NW 16th St., Apt. 5,died April CIVIL SERVICEThe
MR. JOHN D. BELLa * * *
1968 wish to express thanks 15. Among survivors are two
for mer resident of Miami CARD OF THANKSThank Mr. Arthur ChristopherDean
and gratitude to everyone who sisters Cleola Mosley and Interagency Board of
who resided in Cocoa Fla.,until helped make our grief easierto of 11895SW216thStreet, Clara Branon one brother U. S. Civil Service Examiners

Ills death, wishes to thank bear during our recent be you for your thoughtfulness died Saturday, April 13. He Is Rev. J. W. Boykin; of Ft.Laud- for Florida located at 123

their many friends for the reavement. and kindness during survived by his widow Edith; erdale; nieces and nephews South Court Avenue, Orlando,

beautiful flowers and cards of the time of our bereavement.It a daughter, Catherine; two Services Saturday April 20 in Florida has issued the following -
condolences during their Your visits i cards, tele- was most appreciated. sons Hubert and Howard; two the chapel. examination announcement

hours of bereavement. grams, prayers, flowers, and grandchildren; three bro to fill positions primarily in
cars, food and other donations. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Gray thers, Frank, Daniel and * * Jacksonville, but may also be

The FamilyIN and Family Charles; a s 1st e r Annie Gai- William Hunt, 6720 SW 62nd used to fill positions in other

tor. Services will be held Saturday Ct., S. Miami, died April 15. Federal Agencies In the 57
HEARFELT April 20, at 10 Among survivors are wife counties of Florida east of the
BAIN'S American Catholic Church. Effie and other relatives. He Apalachicola River.
APPRECIATIONThe sad but loving memory ofBILL
.u_ __.___., . . will lie in repose Thursday, Training Technician (Specialization
family of the late Arthur Robinson, Jr of 3165 April 18, at 11 a.m. in the Water Survival)

M N Plaza Street, died April 14, at Mrs. Frances Ware of 1126 chapel. Remains will be ship- GS-4 and GS-5, $4995and$5565 ,-

LULA BELL(FRITZ) Jackson. Remains were ship- NW 5th Avenue,died, Monday, ped Friday, April 19, 12:50 a year.

KIRKLAND ped Thursday to Waynesboro, April 15. She is survived by p.m. to Cordele, Georgia. Applications will be accepted -

Mississippi. He is survived by three granddaughters, Edwina * * until May 10, 1968 and
wishes to take this method to
his wife EJetta; two daughtersIris Hamlin, Theodora Wilson and should be sent to the Inter-
thank for kind William Davis 1508 NE 152
you many expressions Jean and Jesselean; one Dora Cotton;a son Joseph Wil- agency Board of U. S. Civil
of St. N. Miami died April 15.
sympathy.We son Earl; two sisters, three son; a great grandchild. Ser- Service Examiners for Florida -

especially thank you for brothers; one uncle and other vices will be held Saturday, Among Mae Farmer.survivors are wife Ola 123 South Court Avenue,

your numerous cards, tele- relatives. April 20,at 1 p.m. in the chapel incomplete Arrangementsare Orlando, Florida 32801.

grams and florals, which are * * *
* * *
too numerous to mention.They Ernest C. Stewart of 6820 * * *

were deeply appreciated and Jimmie James Thomas t' NW 15th Ave, died April 6.He FINESTPRINTING

are gratefully acknowledged. 107 S, Dixie Higway, Apt. 21 I is survived by a friend Mrs. DEATH
Your expressions and deeds Coral Gables died 14al
April : Mable Daniels. Graveside
really helped to make our grief Mrs Carrie Bell Roper of
Virginia Key Beach He survived services were conducted Wed
less hard to bear during our 2365 NW 79th Ter was killedin
his wife Lillie
by ; one! nesday, April 17, USOa.m, SERVICEHERE'S
bereavement.We son, his mother, Willie Mae;,: * * in an auto accident, April 14,
MILLERwho Woodbine,Georgia Funeral
aunts and uncles. Services
offer a special thanks to David Wardlow Jr of 3168 services for her will be held
will be held Saturday a t PROOF YOU'LLLIKE
the group, Rev. L. Albert and died April 16, 1959, 2 pm from Sweetfield Hap NW 66th St., died recently.His !> Sunday, April 21, atLanes
the House of Albert, coworkers Gone, but not forgotten. We tist Church. survived by his parents Mr, Grove Baptist Church, interment OUR PRINTING

and friends of the Palace, love you, but Jesus loves you and Mrs. David Wardlow, Sr,( in Lanes Grove
principal, Mr. Bannernnn andsta'U * * eight brothers and Cemetery.
best. Sleep on and take ; 3; Dwight Funeral
of Brownsville Junior rest your Nathan James Joyner, o r r uncles, Henry, Columbus and I Home in charge, MillenGa, Quality Job: Budget Price
High School, and Mrs. Betty Jessie; several aunts includ- Survivors one brother
Seminole County died April 1 No Job Too Small
Large or
Page. Emsy Miller, wife in Clewiston. Arrangement* ing, Dorothy, Seretha, and 1 Willie Lee Wilson, Miami; two
Kitty Wardlow; and Ella MaFloyd e i aunts Mrs Selena Jackson Miami
God bless all of youfor Emerald Harper, daughter are incomplete. He is,survived Times
May I and grandmothers Miami 1 Mrs Edna
; Thomas
Billy Miller, son by his wife Ida Mae; one :
your kindness ? Services will be held Saturday Millen, Ga., and a host of other
Miller of
Joann daughter grandson Isaac Scippio S, Call
The Family Rene Miller, daughter Miami. April 20, in the chapel, relatives and friends OX 10421ZI


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Deal With Poverty, Problems AFSC Says"Only :

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as we deal with the 1 planning a massive demon- the meaning of Martin Luther addressed a telegram of condolence -
crimes of poverty and exclu-I stration of Americans of all King's life and death." to Martin' Luther
sion can we give meaning to the 1 taiths to carry forward Dr. Kino's widow and is Dreoar-
death of Dr. Martin Luther 1 King's campaign for Jobs and In its telegram Johnson, inga longer statement addressed
King' the American Friends 1 income the AFSC stated that eulogies to its colleagues in the
Service Committee wired without'action would be a moc- Southern Christian Lead-
President Lyndon B. Johnson "Where one has been slain, kery. ership Conference. The AFSC

last week. "His murder de- |thousands upon thousands "Fearful planning to containthe had earlier announced its sup l
I must e
rise to take
mands that you this day take his place understandable anger of port of the spring campaign,
initiative in leading Congress 'in AFSC spokesman said.In many Americans is an inade- and has lent personnel toSCLCfor ( I

to major actions on jobs and a telegram to Mayor quate response to this moment its organization and planning -
equality." Henry Loeb of Memphis: the ," the wire read. "We .
The AFSC, long associated 'AFSC urged that the city urge you to go before congress
with Dr. King in nonviolent action .recognize the grievances and with a call for massive action
for Justice, has also called I'.demands of the sanitation and before the nation with a
upon other religious organizations workers as "a first tangible call tOcast, out racism."
to Join with it in : Reddy (center), 17-year old Tampa, Florida, honor stu-
-. r dent is presented with ,a four-year college scholarshipfrom
Continental Can Company, by Mr. Armond R.
Elvis Dean To Head Leadership Zazueta (left), manager Continental's Tampa plant. Mr.

I A.J.perreprincipal/ Tampa's Middleton High School,
looks on while Frederick receives the scholarship
Project awarded as part of the National Achievement Scholarship y/0

-. .- program and designed to see out, honor, and en-
T. Willard Fair, Executive commuinty problems and Community Leadership De- 'rV courage the nation's outstanding Negro secondary and
Director of the Greater Miami structures and endeavor to velopment Specialist on the Rp, private school I students.
Urban League, has announcedthe place people on boards of neighborhood level. Formerlywith o J
re-allocation of the local v =
voluntary and governmental
the EOPI in several capacities -
Leadership Development Project organizations.
as NeighborhoodField
by the Rockefeller Foun- Illustrative of the graduates
dation and the National Urban currently engaged in leader- Worker RecreationSupervisor \ LIFE INSURANCE
Mr. Dean alsotaught
League. The $20,000 appropriation ship positions throughout the
will be utilized for the community are Mrs. Gwen- Physical Education and
purpose of leadership de- dolyn Cherry; Mr. Robert counseled students at Knoxville Doesn't Cost It PaysLast
College, Tennessee. Mr.
velopment on the neighborhood Simms new Director of
Dean states
and community level. Dade's Community Relations
formulated for the
Board; and Mr. Ezekiel Bur- will be announced soon.project year life insurance benefit payments in
Since the program was ini- rows, Vice President, Boardof
Urban League-'Board mem- America amounted to more than $12,000,000-
tiated in 1965, yearly seminar Directors, Greater Miami
series designed to train Ne- Urban League, and candidate who serve as cochairmen 000.00.
groes for leadership roles in for the Dade County School of the Leadership De-
the general community have Board. velopment Task Force are Mr. Less than half, $5,200,000,000.99 were for
graduated over 100 enrolless. C. B. Potter of Burdines and death $6,800,00aooO.OO
Mr. Elvin F. Dean has been Mr. Nicholas Lee of WAME payments. was
The seminars explored employed by the League as Radio Station. paid to "Living Policyholders" in the form

of policy dividends, surrender values, disability -

payments, mature endowments, and an-
nuity payments.

+ x -,-.-.-,-- ttjti e a LIFE INSURANCE DOESN'T COST IT PAYS




Johnnyce Belynda Bullard
celebrated her victory of win-
ning the title, "Miss SeniorJabberwock" CENTRAL LIFE
at a gala party
Saturday, March 31 followingthe
Delta's twenty-f1ttbAnnual INSURANCE COMPANY

IF ti Jabberwock The celebration presentation.was held at

k1 the beautiful home of her uncle 1416 NORTH BOULEVARDTAMPA, FLA.
and aunt, Philbrook and
1601 NW 91 St. It was given by
her aunts and uncles, EloiseS.
Johnson, Ada Flanders,
Pembrooks Smith, and the
Philbrook Smiths.Her brother
John Jr.,and cousins,Herber-
leen Cody, Phylltrynna and
Anna Smith served as host and
hostesses to Johnnyce's
peers. Over a hundred adults
and children.Joined in the cele-

COUNTY COMMISSIONER, EARL STARNES, Third from right, receives the bration.
"Lightlighter" award from Dr. Edward T. Graham, chairman of the Board of Trusteesfor The weekend of April 5-7
Florida Memorial College, Dade County's newest four year liberal arts school marked another celebrationfor 1. 4
at her
Johnnyce home.Her
which its $10,000,000.00 this September.
opens campus
parents Mr. and Mrs. John
Starnes is on the advisory board of the college and held reception at his home Bullard, Sr., of Richmond

for Drl Graham. Heights entertained eleven of
The presentation is being watched by members of the Starnes family including her friends at a pa jams party. '
the Commissioner's son, Will; his daughters, Janet and Patricia; and Mrs. Star es. I,I The girls engaged in various I I /

and activities swimming.Including Those dancing attend- I I I f ttl Vf itli a

ing were Lanae and Cathy Pat- I
There are 6,000 fatherless boys In Dade terson, Patricia Belle, Phyl : ifftf IfSEAFOOD I I
County between the ages of 8 and 14. ltrynna and Anna Smith, Her-
Y berleen Cody, Cheryl Burns,
Mary Collie, Cheryl English,

At least one third of these fatherless boys Shirley Johnson,and Stephanie.

are In dire need of the guidance and steadying Bullard.. .

influence of a mature male. . A Big The Delta Sorors responsible -
for Johnnyce's victory ClNTfR
Brother. were: Eleanor Cole,Edna Am-
mons, HarriettShootes,Olivia

I. VOLUNTEER TO BE A Ross Irene Edwards, Constance W. Williams, Lucy M.,Williams Mcphaul Cliffonia,, 579 NW 27 tit |p

BIG BROTHERTALL and Victoria Simpson.
"No stands so
TALL as when he stoops Other s o r o r s supportingwere 6354794I
: Gwendolyn Clarke, Iris
to help a boy.
Paramore, Edith Coverson,
Big Brothers Of ater Miami Jimmye Jones, Vlvilora
Green, and Lajean Reed. Her
PHONE: 3142828MIAMI mother, Maedon Bullard is Milton Smith Does
990 S. W. IstST.
TIMES PUBLIC SERVICE ANNO also a soror of Delta.

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: j ., .. r. KELLY'S CHAPELThe of Senior Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor
.:t', T' '. : Women's Society Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe
,",I . Christian Service of Kelly's Citizens No. One Choir is spon-
Methodist Church will sponsorit's If you are old enough to receive soring a program on Thurs
annual baby contest Sun- any kind of social security day night at 8:00. Theme; "The
day, April 28, at 7:30 p.m. and cannot give proof 12 Keys to God's Resources."

The contestants are; Wil- for your age, you should go to There will also be a program
liam Victor Carey, 2, son of Primary ."C" Community,L on Friday night sponsored by

Mrs. Vernell Carey; Andrea School 757 NW 66th St.,at once .the No. One Choir 'entitled

Valencia Lanonte, 1,daughterof and ask for Cliff Matthews,the "The Four Gospel Writers.;
i Mr. and Mrs. Terry La- director, who has institutedthe The public Is invited to these

: monte; Euland McQueen, 4, first free service of this programs.
Eti daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mc- kind for the citizens of our There will be a dinner sale

Queen; Loretta Thompklns, community at the home of Sister MaryDezern -

_ _ daughter of Mrs. Lena Thomp- on Saturday. The address

_ _ _ _ _ _ klns. BROWNS CHAPEL Is 1136 NW 46th St. This din-
i Brldgette McKenzie, 2,
Sylvester Pinkney will be ner is sponsored by the No.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ushers' Board.
ordained to the Deacon staff, One
Robert McKenzie; La Tese
The No. Two Ushers' Board
21 at 2:30
Chantel Me Mill Ian, 2 mo., Sunday, April p.m.
'f 3n Oflurri Mr. Pinkney is a member of will sell dinners this Satur-
Inu un aJr granddaughter Mrs. Mary
Price; Percy Andrews Jr., 3, the No. One Choir and a fine that you stop by and purchasea
church worker. He is a well
'son of Mr.and Mrs.Percy Andrews -
known Miamian,has worked as On Saturday, at 8:00 p.m.
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN EVERGREEN NEW MT.. MORIAH 1 ; John of Mrs.Frederick Joan Jerry, a taxis cab driver and owner there will be a tea at the homeof
son Jerry.
for the last twenty Sister and Brother Scott,
Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor Lasonja Charron Wilson, 5 years. 1520 NW 87th Terrace. Sis-
all his friends
He is inviting
> Our speaker this Sundy will Evelyn Souter, reporterWe mos, daughter of Mr. and
ter Ella Cook will be the guest
and the
be Rev. Lester C. Albert director will render services for Mrs. Michael Wilson;Charles

f. of the House of Albert P Bethany Baptist Church this Wilson, Jr., 4 mos., son of Mr Rev. J. E. Brown, pastor speaker.The No. One Ushers' Board

Funeral Home. At 5:00p.m.: Sunday, at 3 p.m. We are asking and Mrs. Charles Wilson; will sponsor a "Woman of theYear"
Father Donald Anthony and all choirs, ushers and Rose Jacqueline Carr, 2, this
/ Mary Fernandez, of Saint members to please be on time. daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Ear- MT.TABORRev. 3' program Sister Parrish will
Peter's American Catholic Rev. Joe Johnson will deliver nest Carr; and Charlie Mae p.m.
Church, will present drama, the message. Stewart, 2. J. Hendon, acting pastor be the guest speaker.

"The devil and the Saints," Sunday night at 7 p.m., we Rev. L. L. Dean, pastor, Dessie Crockett, reporterThe The will Deacons celebrate and their Deaconess 10th-

with Mrs. Louise Edwards, will have our "Talent Night," and Mrs. Leona Young, chair-
family Is brusting over Anniversary beginning Friday
Oleene Roberts and zone along with crowning of Miss or man.
Mrs. ,
with joy because of the proud- April 26, at 8 p.m. with Rev.
one serving as the host group. Mrs. New Mt. Moriah.All cap
ness of the Youth Choir under Samuel Atchison delivering
At 7:30: p.m. there will be the tains please have your reports
direction of the and
the Roscoe Speed, message concluding
Block Club CommunityForum ready. The public is invited.
who motored to the of West t on Sunday April 28 at 3
with the topic: "How We will begin our Women's Rev. J. E. Wright, pastor city p.m.
Palm Beach the State! with Rev. and
during Sampson congregation -
the church can more effectively mm if m .-f/Jl.l1J Day, April 26, and climax Our services was wonderful -
Sunday School and BTU Con- .
serve the community." April 28, with services begin- last Sunday beginning with
panel discussion leaders will Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor ning at 9:30: a.m. with Sunday Sunday School with the child- gress brought back the

be; Rev. Bruce Robertson, Minnie Hunter, reporter School, at 11 a.m. Mrs. Ruthie ren dressed in their Easter Youth Banner given for top excellence -
pastor of New Covenant Pres- Valley Ford will render McDonald will be the speakerat finery. Sunday afternoon dur- In singing. The solo> ST. MARY

byterian Church; Rev. Ralph services at our church on May 6:45 p.m. Mrs Sallie Car- ing our Easter program we competition was also won by
Ross, A s s is t a n t to Rev Ed- 7, Tuesday. You are cordially, line will be the speaker. Otheitalents were amazed to see the beau- George Ingraham, president of f Sunday, April 21, is Tithes
To all members let not
the choir. Day. us
ward T. Graham of Mt. Zion invited to attend. of the city will appear. tiful talent of our youth depart-
This is the kind of forget our obligation to this
Baptist Church; and Rev. Earl There will be a BarBQueon The public is invited. ment on parade, we were also fellowshipand >
Carroll, Associated with Rev. Friday, April 19at148NW7th Our pastor is still in Hialeah thrilled at teir performance.The inspiration we are strivingfor ; day. The Junior Church Choir
In church and and Usher Board No. Two will
Temperance Wright of Street.SponsoredbyUsherBoard Hospital, but Is expected home directors are making a our commun-
Greater St. Paul AME Church. No. One. this weekend, we are asking plea to all parents whose ity.The serve during the 11 a.m. services -
We are honored to have these On Saturday, April 20,there your prayers for him,other children are not active in young people were at t and Choir No. Two and

guests, and all of our visitors will be another BarBQueheld sick, shut-ins, bereaved, and church to start sending them their best again during our an- Usher Board No. One during
welcomed at Grace.TEMPLE at the church beginningat nual .Easter program. The i the 7 p.m. service.We .
are those in the armed services. now so that they can work with
Easter observance termi- are coming to the home
i 2:30 p.m. You are cordially Visitors are always wel them, so when it Js time for was
I invited to attend. Brother come. them to perform you will be nated with a Musical by the stretch of our Men's Day which
Nixon president. Senior Choir at 7 p.m. will be Sunday, April 28. The
proud of them as we were Sunday -
The Young Women's Auxi- MUSICAL Baptism will be heldSundaymorning chairman Brother Hanson
The Male Chorus will sing liary will sponsor a Tea at the 5 Talent will be.on parade during the a.m. ser- Wallace is asking all members
during the morning and even- home of Sister A. Butler, 2990): FASHION SHOW Sunday afternoon when group vices. All candidates are to be! to please see your captain with

ing services Sunday. The con- NW 66th Street, Sister Butler On Sunday, April 21, at 3:30: four presents its Musical pro- at the church by 10 a.m. your assessments. If you don't
test between the boys and girlsof We would like to take the know who captain is see
president.Our p.m. there will be a Musical gram to which the public is in- op- your ,
the Templeites will come prayers are extended tc 3 I Fashion Show, sponsored by vited. portunity to express our ap- Brother Wallace or Brother
to a close at 3 p.m. with a pro the sick that they may soon re- the Women's Day committee at There is always someone preciation to the many friends: Leon Kelly. Speaker for the

gram. The boys believe they cover. Mt. Olivette Baptist, 1450 NW not as healthy or less fortunate who come to worship with us., morning and evening will be

will be the winners; but the You are always welcome to i First Court. Mrs Carolyn than we are let us pray for Continue to pray for the sick: announced next week. Sales

girls say 7 it will never hap- worship with us. Davis, chairman, Rev. I. C. them and give them assistance and shut-ins and the bereaved I for men's day will continue

pen. Members and friends are --w Mickens, pastor families. every Saturday. Dinners are
invited to come and see how CHRISTIANFELLOWSHIP-, 100. For delivery call 758-

they The run.deacons are all looking :\!: :;!;;ii;);:;::;!1;: ; :;:;:;:; :;! ;J: : : : !;!;!!: ; : ;:;;;:;:!;:!:: : 1601.Let's not forget to pray and

forward having a large num- Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor :1\f South Fin. Conference Wiiiiiiiill! visit our sick and shut-ins. A
ber of "passengers" to take M. L. Nixon, reporter Laymen card or phone call will let them

the "Trip Around the World"on More adults are asked to attend ::::::: ::::::: know that we are thinking of

Friday night, April 26. Sunday School with your )\\\j\\ Hold Quarterly I SessionDANIA. rm them. Special prayers for

Make your reservation in children and your neighbors ... Brother Duncombe in palm
time. children and to also bring .- Laymen from the altar to lift their leader were given a round of applausefor Spring General Hospital.
The senior ushers will friend along. Island of Key West to the west- wherever she was weak. their platform. Remember visitors are al-

sponsor a tea Sunday after- Choir rehearsals will be at ern shores of Quincy were in Mrs. Mary Colden, secre- Ministerial visitors presentwere t ways welcome at St. Mary's.
noon, April 28, at the home of the home of Sister Barbara attendance at the laymen's tary and Mrs. Louise Byrd, financial ; Presiding Elders J. A.
the president, Deacon Alfred Holland Tuesday and Saturday meeting that was held at Mt. secretary gave clear Roberts and F. A. Allen of the

Dean. afternoon, prayer meeting at Zion AME Church of which and concise reports of the North Miami and Miami Districts DRAKE MEMORIAL
The Misses Claudia and the home of Deacon George Rev. L. R. Brown is pastor, work of the conference. All respectively: Revs.J. .

Christine Hepburn,students at Washington, Usher Board Rev. J. A. Roberts, presiding district presidents presentedtheir B. Blacknell, Mt. Herman, Rev. Jarius Dunn, pastor i
Tuskegee Institute, were meeting Wednesday nightatthe Elder, Willie Scott, District reports consisting of the Ft. Lauderdale and S. A.Cou- Many thanks to all members
among our worshipers Sunday. home of Sister Ruth Mc- President and Mrs. Irene L. welfare of their districts. sin, Bethel, Miami. Both spoke and friends who made our Eas-

They are daughters of Deacon Kelvin. Please attend. Taylor, Conference Presi- Delegates elected to the very fervently. Rev. Cousinwas ter service a spiritual and fi-

and Mrs. Reubin Hepburn. Thanks to visiting friendsfor dent.E.. State Lay Convention In Or- endorsed for the Bishopric nancial blessing.
Congratulations to pearline worshiping with us on Sun J. White, conference lando in July were; Mesdames by the South Fla. Confer- The pastor's Aid met with
Moss for winning second prize day. You are welcome to come chaplain, led the opening de- Louise Byrd, Richmond' ence Lay Organization. Sister Brown on last Sunday.

in the oratorical and musical anytime. votionals, followed by the Ten Heights, Miami; Doris Wash- The loyal welcome and en- Plans were made for the rest

contest of the State SundayS The Women's Missionaryand Commandments of Good Con- ington, Lake Wales; Laura tertainment given by Rev. of the year. Many thanks to

c h 001 and BTU Congress, Educational Conven- duct" and the Laymen's song. Robinson, Hollywood; Ellen Brown and his congregationwill Brother Tripp, Sister Berry,
which met last week In West tion which was held in West Willie Scott, executive vice Bowe, Miami and Dixon whose forever linger in the and Deacon Roundtree for the

Palm Beach.FEMINIE Palm Beach ended Sunday to of the conference, presented address the writer failed to hearts of the laity.Rev. Brownso refreshments.The .

convene next year in pensa- Mrs. Taylor.She spoke briefly get.Lay nobly admonished the lay- Boy Scouts hadasuc-
cola.Visit of "Friends in Need." She delegates to the General men how to choose God OurFather cessful car wash last Satur-
EMPHASIS DAY the sick members who continued by s a y i n g that love Conference in Philadelphiawere Christ Our Redeemerand day. Many thanks to parentsand

are in the hospital and pray and esteem are the first principles given an opportunity to Man our Brother.. friends for your support.
The members St. John
Institutional Baptist Church for the sick and afflicted of friendship; it is always express their desires and expected Mrs. Taylor asked that the The Deacons are working

invite and friends to everywhere.GO imperfect if these two accomplishmentsin fifth Sunday in June be set t hard for their Anniversary ont
you your
attend their annual Feminine TO CHURCH are wanting. All men have this forthcoming confab. aside as Laymen's Day with Sunday, April 28, this will be
their frailties; and whoever Lay guests present were
to "Back to
program commemorate that t Church Day.1'please
Emphasis Day services on DAY AT MT. ZION looks for a friend without imperfections Mr. and Mrs. Wastell Francis
This to
April 28. day. session will be heldat 1 plan attend all of the ser-
will never find Quincy; Elmo Bradley, presi- Payne Chapel, West Palm, vices that will be held that day.
We would like to make thisa The Mt.Zion Baptist Church what he seeks. dent of the Greater Florida
day to be remembered, we Ward No.Two,cordially invite Conference Beach, Rev. T. S. Johnson, Brother William Hardee
Quincy Mr. Ed-
are asking you to feel free to you to attend their Annual Go Mrs. Margaret Carey and ward Clark. Fla. A&M Uni- pastor. will be ordained a s a Deacon

Join this march with us. We To Church Day, Sunday, April other indisposed laymen were versity, Tallahassee Messrs. as The given sick committee report t on Sunday, April 28ataspec3:30 -
are looking forward to having 21, at 11 a.m. the recipients special prayers Bradley and Francis were by Mrs. L. D. Hod. p.m. service. All mem-

you worship with us on this Music Feature; "We are to conclude this excellent campaigning in their behalf for gins These gave seven ill laymen I i I bers and friends are invited

glorious occassion. Marching to Zion." The speech made by Mrs. Taylor. president of the Eleventh people were remembered -., this service.
Rev: Thedford Johnson, Church is located at 301 NW All conference officers were Episcopal District Lay Or with liberal donations Brother Gneen is out of the

.pastor Ninth Street. present and assembled in the ganization. Both candidates Bernice. S, Henderson, reporter hospital. Please visit him,
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T. C. Kelly, pastor W. K. Smith, pastor A. M.Griffin,pastor Rev. P. W..Wiggins,pastor Rev w. J. Macon, pastorS -"
Mary Amos, reporterOn Alice S. Irving, reporter Cheryl English, reporter On Friday, April 19, at 8:00 E. McRae, reporterWe
the 28th of this month the i The ,Youth Choir Invites you, There will be a sale at the p.m., our 15th Anniversary are looking forward to
men will celebrate Men's Day. to their annual tea "The De- church Saturday in behalf of observance of Choir No. Two our annual Men's Day on the
Our chairman Mr. GeorgeWilliams i vil's Wedding" April 21 fromi the deaconess. will begin. There will be manyof fourth Sunday in this month.

says, "Let us tn\ i 4-6 p.m. at the church. The No. Two Choir is havinga Miami's outstanding sing- Our chairman, Brother Sam-
this day one of the biggest in i All persons owing for candy sandwich sale at 2302 NW ers featured.Rev. son Wilcher, and eo-chairman'

our church history. The cochairman are asked to please make a final 74th Terrace Saturday night. Paul Freeman, pastor Brother Horace McMillian,
: Rev. Turner says,, report. Thursday,April 18,at 8 p.m. of Zion Hope Baptist Church ask that we do our very best.
"Truly this day will be one of t Pies and dinners will be sold Rev. Griffin and congreation will deliver the Anniversary Sunday, April 21, at 3:30

the best in our church history,, Saturday in the church dining will convene at St. James, in sermon on Sunday, April p.m. we are having our pre I
if the women can do it so can i room b y Usher Board No. 4. behalf of their Men's Day. 2, at 3:00: p.m. The music will Men's Day Musical program,
we." (with their help)The goalis 1 They are asking for your cooperation Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. be provided by Zion Hope which features "Sermons in

$10,000. This sale is in be- the Junior Choir and Ushers Choir. Deacon R. ivery is the Song" from our own choirs and
The J. B. Epperson Club invites half of Women's Day. will accompany the pastor to president. guest singers from local

you to attend their annual i The Young Matrons and Jerusalm Baptist Church, Choir No. One is sponsor- churches. We are expecting i

White House Tea, Sunday,, Young Women Auxiliaries are Rev. Green, pastor ing a "Straw Ride' on Satur- you.
April 21, from 4-6 p.m. at the i in charge of Sunday School There will be junior choir day, April 27, destination Rev. F. L. Carter,pastorWe
church. Auxiliary class Sunday and usher board rehearsal Saturday "Haulover Beach" (more are celebrating our Pas-
Stewardess Board invite you i Elder Rice and congregation All juniors are asked about this affair, will be in next ALLEN CHAPEL tor's FourtfiAnniversary, you

to have dinner with them Sun will render services at to be present.The week's issue). Mr. James Rev. F. D. Wright,pastor are cordially invited to come
day, April 21, you may place i the church Friday night. Rev. fourth Sunday afternoonthe Robinson is the president. L. Thompson, reporterThe and worship with us,April 16-
your order with any memberof Faison ,and congregation will entire church will conveneat The No. One Usher Board, Lord blessed us with 21.
the board. render services Sunday night. Mt. Calvary Baptist in regards under the leadership of Mr. three adult members Thursday night Rev. F.
There will be a Spiritual Teat a Both programs are in behalf to their Women's Day. Jessie Hill will present its The 5 p.m. program for the Smith and Fire Baptist Holiness
the home of Miss Delores: of Women's Day. Our Men's Day will be held annual "pew Rally" on Sunday children climaxed the day's Church will be in chargeof

Higgins 7779 NW 9th Ave., Sister Ruby Williams is ill the fourth Sunday in May.Dea- April 28, at 3 p.m. services.On services.

Friday, April 19. at home. Let us pray for the con Harmon, chairman and next Sunday, at 3 p.m. Friday night, Rev. B. L.
Usher Board No. Two invite sick and shut-ins. Deacon Brown co-chairman. Sister Mclntire and the Pas- Mack and New Macedonia of
you to come out and help themin BTU is held everySundayat Always remember to pray ST. JOSEPH'S tor's Aid Board will climax Hollywood will be in charge of.

their Family Night,Sunday, 6 p.m. prayer services are and visit the sick and shut-ins. their activities. Elder H. Byhs services.
April 21, this is an after ser- held every Tuesday at 8 p.m. Bishop W. L. John, minister and congregation will be in The anniversary will con-

vice program the board or club Women's Day will be observed Mrs. E. Dunn, reporterfhe charge of the service, we are clude on Sunday afternoon at
who has the most amount of' on the fourth Sunday in ZION HOPE church family wish to looking forward to our friends 3 p.m. with Rev.Shippe and the
thank all their many visitors
persons present will receivea April. We are New Mount Morlah Baptist
expecting to Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor who visited with them in their joining us.
present. have a good time in the name of E. Jackson, reporter Church in charge.Let .
Easter services. Also we hada
The Auxiliary board ir.vite the Lord. You are invited to There will be baptism ser- us continue to pray for
at 3
you to the crowning of thtir worship with us. vice Sunday morning, at 7:30 Spiritual Concert p.m. PEACEFUL ZION our boys in the armed service
with the Harmoni-
Queen, Sunday, April 21,from a.m. everyone is invited to bea Spiritual and for the sick and shut-ins.
3-5 p.m. at the church. part of this wonderful ser- zers.We Rev C. P. Preston,pastor
MT. OLIVETTE will be the guest churchat
If you don't have -Detain On Saturday, night, April 27
for Men's Day our cL > in L Rev. I. C. Mickins,pastor vice.The Ministers Wifes Council the House of God Miracle the Deacon and Deaconess are MT.CALVARYRev.
located at 150 NW 11
Mr. Williams and co-ctc,. On Friday, April 19, mar ks will have a program tues- sponsoring a Musical Program
man Rev. Turnerwouldn'tl1kefor the beginning of the 18th An day night, all ministers wiles St., Elder Sawyer is the minister at New Hope Pilgrim, S. Atchison, pastor
you to feel left out, so feel niversary of our pastor Rev. are specially Invited along on Thursday, April 18, 4850 NW 2nd Ave. The magic Phyllis Beal, reporter
at 8 The
free to give them your support. I. C. Mickins and p.m guest speaker city will be there. Brother
our guests with the other members and will be Bishop James Harris There will be a musical
Remember our sick and will be the St. John Taylor and Deacon Johnson are
Baptist, friends. Can they count on your of New York City. "Fashion Show' next Sunday.
shut-ins and say a prayer for Rev. Thedford Johnson asking all f r i e n d s and members Come and
pas loyal support. Sunday will be a spiritual see, come one come
the recovery. tor. Sunday, at 7 p.m.the cele The Junior Usher Board will time at 8 p.m. with the Flying to come. all and enjoy yourself. That's
bration will close out with a have their anniversary Sun- Clouds in concert with thee Our prayers go out to sick 3 p.m. April 21. Thank you,
Musical Program, featuringall day morning along with th sponsor Sister Rose Williams. and shut-ins everywhere. No. One and Two Choirs.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCEThe choirs of the church along morning service. BrotherArmstrong The public is Invited. Louise i Washington, reporter Prayer meeting Is now held

with other renditions and lit preslden,. The Won't you come and visit every Tuesday at noon. Take

Lesson Sermon to bread e erary talents. pastor is still asking everyoneto with us, our church is located advantage of this second
this Sunday in all Chris- Women's Day is just about attend prayer meeting at 217 NW 8th Street. chance. Remember Thursday
tian Science Churches is titled four weeks away, Sunday, May Tuesday night. The membersof Get- evening also.
"Doctrine Antonement.." 19. The committee spearheaded 1: the church are saying thanksto SLICK BLACK Sunday School trains you and

It includes this verse from by Mrs. Laura Brown as Sister Louise Riley and her NEW PROVIDENCE JDOUBLE you. Everyone is invited to
John: "For God sent not his chairman and Mrs. Rose co-workers for such a wonderful rCDLORSGMYHAttlUaC ACTION worship Sunday, at 9:30. Starta

son into the world; but that the Greene and Mrs. Bessie John and spiritual Easter Rev. C. J. Burney,pastor DRf SfS HAIR I.PUCfb1 < good thing, attend Sunday
world through him might be son co-chairmen are busy with program on last Sunday. Arsula Edwards, reporter : ?1ID School.
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saved." The public is invitedto their many activities, trying Thank God, for many of our Our pastor will deliver thin e
attend. to make this the biggest day in sick members were with us message for the Pastor's Aid

Among passages from the the history of the church. On service Sunday. We are still Union, Sunday, April 21, at 3
denominational textbook, Saturday the committee will praying for all the sick and p.m., at New Hope Baptist

"Science and Health with Key sponsor a potato Pie and shut-ins. Church, 6600 NW 15th Ave rj Call

to theS cr Iptur es" by Mary Conch Fritter Sale at the Rev. W. E, Sims, pastor You
Church. You may call or comeby are invited. '
Eddy is the following
"Every pang of repentance and: the number is 373-0642. NEW HOPE The Ministers Wives Auxil- r j : CHARLESROGERS
suffering effort for This Sunday at 3:00: p.m. a iary and Mothers Boardare H
every reform -
Fashion Show is being held at
every good thought and Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor celebrating their Anniversary
the church. The latest fashions
deed, will help us to under- Loraine Fuller, reporter Tuesday night, April 23. Rev. I
stand will be shown. Please come out W. M. Slator will deliver the
Jesus' atone meat for sand
aid its efficacy; but if the and give us your support. Many thanks to all participantswhoresponded message. Everyone is cor- AT PL 1-7502

sinner continues to pray and in our dially invited. FOR-A GOOD BUY ON A
repent, sin and be sorry,he Easter program.. Prayer services every SCOTT
has little part in the atone- Baptism service will be held Tuesday, at 7:30: p.m. Each and PIANO, ,

ment, in the at-one-ment with Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor Thursday, at 8 p.m. All can- everyone is invited STEREO OR ORCHESTRA

God -- for he lacks the practical Donnella Turner reporter didates are asked to. be here, Continue in prayer for our INSTRUMENTS.
repentance, which re- There will be a fish fry Saturday and on time.Sunday sick, shut-ins and bereaved.
forms the heart and enables night at the home of Sin School, 9:30: a.m.

man to do the will of wisdom" Riley, 2252 NW 51st Ter., BTU 5:30 p.m.
Listen to "The Bible Speaksto sponsored by Capt. #7. Sunday, April 21, the pas GREATER ST. PAUL

You" Sunday, at 1:45: p.m. Women's Day will climax on tor's Aide will convene hereat
over radio station WMBM. the fourth Sunday,April 28 All 2:30 p.m. Rev. C.J. Burney Rev. T. E. Wright,pastor
members are asked to see and congregation will be in E. Mitchell, reporter
their captains.The charge of the service. All are We thank God for the recov- / .
GREATER NEWMACEIONIA church and pastor will welcome. ery of our pastor.

worship at Mt. Sinai Baptist, Remember to pray for our The women will celebrate

Sunday, at 2:30 p.m.,April21, sick and shut-ins, thebereaved their 24th Annual Women's
Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor ;for the Rev. J. E. Murray's our nation and mankind Day, Sunday, April 28. Mrs
Willie Beard, reporter :anniversary. The No. Two everywhere. Alice Shipp, chairman, Mrs.
We have just completed a I,Choir will render the song ser Clifonia Ross, co-chairman.
successful week of prayer Introducing two dynamic

service preceding our Annual vice.Brother Aldine Sales Jr. is FRIENDSHIP speakers, 7 a.m. Mrs. Lucy
Revival. Preaching will begin looking for a pianist who can; Matthews, 11 a.m. Mrs. Y.

Monday, April 22, at 7 p.m., read some notes and play by Rev. J. E.JenkinspastorRuby Robinson Our theme "The
prayer service and preaching ear. He can be reached at 621- L. Carr reportr Voice of Christian Women, in
beginning at 8 p.m. each night 7746. A Changing Society." We in-
for two weeks. The evangelistwill Our prayers go out to all our, Sunday in an after service viteyou to come out and worship e
A 0
be the Rev. J. J, Johnsonof sick and shut-ins. program the Pastor's Aid Club with us.
Albany, Georgia. Come out will sponsor the Six Trumpets,
and hear this great man of God along with others, you are invited TRIUMPH
and have souls revived. to this program. Also on
28 the church Roberts pastor W ESE l L HAPPINESS
Choir No. Two will begin April propertyat Prince W. J. ,
their Fourth Anniversary on Rev. A. Randall, pastor 58th St.and 7th Ct.,a Family Phillip Roundtree, reporter AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAYAt
Annie Vassar, reporter Garden Tea will be sponsoredby The pastor and members
Thursday, April 18, at 8 p.m. .f rth-outh hp.we"ONLY
and concluding on the third The church will observe its the pastor aid club, the wish to welcome you to their IS MINUTES FROM ANYWHIM IN MIAMI

Sunday, April 21, at 3 p.m. anniversary the third Sundayin president Sister Essie Bush nightly services at 8 p.m ThE CORNER N.W 54th ST fc N.W. 3rd AVE.
Musical programs.willbehel d May. The public is invitedto along with the members inviteyo order of service for Sunday: Phone 7517502Or

featuring Miami's best choirs attend. to be present, School of wisdom at 10 a.m., 201 Biscayne Blvd. FR 7-0401.-BrowardJA: 2-5)31)

and groups. April 21, Usher Board No. Get well' wishes to all our Noon day service at' 12 noon, 'f ||.DIl'lVIRY ANYWHIRI IN U.S.A.iNrr.uuoiRoAiiiioai.iAsoiASSLVD.Mionft.
Deacon Henry Jefferson, Two will have a program at 3 members in the hospital, also Purpiy class at 5:30: YPE band .
president and Sister Eunice p.m. The Rev. Swing of New those ill at home. 'Vlstors are at 6-.30 and Night service at 8 .
Mt. Zion will preach inbehalf always welcome. p.m. .
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I"Thousands Attended Easter Egg :Hunt_wlr esuvmesThe : I

free Easter Egg Hunt
held for the eighth annual year
festivities attracted thousands
to Manor Park on Easter Sun-
of child- i I 4t1
day, when thousands
ren assembled to hunt Easter, !
eggs, get free rides, see a
fashion show, and receive I
scores prizes,with free soft

drinks. .
The crowd was the largestto
attend the eighth annual
egg hunt sponsored by Dade
County Community-Wide citizens -
Committee, of which
Charles Hadley is the chair-


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Almost all of the city and )
county officials were present
J', to participate in the gala event.
Among those present were: *

Congressman Claude Pepper,
Metro Mayor Chuck Hall, Miami .
I Mayor Stephen P. Clark, : .
Metro Commissioners HaroldA. ,
1 Greene and Alex Gordon,
and City Commissioner Atha-
lie Range.

Many prizes were awardedto
children, including three
who had captured a purse thief.

Telegrams w ere received
from several national, state,

county, and city officials, expressing ., '

their regrets for being .* .
unable to attend.

The master of ceremonieswas
Fletcher Paschal, who
was co-chairman of the Com-
munity-wide committee.

LDF MournsDr.

King Q

Before departing for Memphis -
\, to Join LDF attorneys t1 1L.Ais
there, Jack Greenberg, direc-
tor-counsel, NAACP Legal
Defense and Educational Fund,
Inc. issued the following
statement: of children assembled in Manor Park Easter Sun- On the speakers' platform were seated some of the city's Carver YMCAOMEGA
"The most effective day for the big Easter egg hunting festivities. Among them and county's officials, and some of the candidates for offices.
spokesman for peaceful reso- were many city and county officials. The finest police pro- PSI-PHI SPONSOR
lution of America's most cru- tection served without pay to assure good order throughout the Metro Commissioner Alex Gordon is shown here awarding EASTER EGG HUNTA
cial domestic problem has park. The children were in their glee,hunting eggs,receiving prizes to each of the boys who recently help the capture of a large gathering of mem-
been struck down by violence. prizes, drinking all the free soft drinks they wanted, and some purse thief. They did not want their names divulged.The bers and neighborhood child-

"As his attorneys in Bir- were awarded for meritorious contributions. After the egg- band for the music, was the Drew Junior High Concert ren enjoyed this years Easter
mingham, Selma,Albany,Chi- hunting, the children, happy as can be, are pictured in differ- Band. That enlivened the occasion. egg hunt sponsored by the i brothers :
cago, Memphis, and other his ent groups. of Sigma Alpha Chapterof
toric confrontations,'we were The group of police officers under the supervision of Lieu- Omega Psi Phi Fraternity.
privileged to know, respect, These large groups of children are only a portion of the huge tenant Leroy Smith is pictured here, left, standing, Lieutenant Vice Bas 11 u Herbert L.
and love him first-hand. crowds that had found their eggs and returned to listen to the Smith, Sgt. Bowen, Officers Sampson, Blount, Van Gates, Day, stated that this was one
"This country is no longerthe musical program and the speeches of Chairman Hadley and and Rawls. Front row, left, Officers Daniels, Rickland, Pool of the many community projects
same." th city and county officials. and Harrison put on by the organization. -
In addition to sponsoring the

LDF To Enforce Dedicate Ritz Gregory Says ChicagoNot also Easter provided egg hunt refreshmentsthat the Omegas

were enjoyed by all.
New 'Rights Law'Jack Safe For DemosDick Mr. Day presented the

CommunityCentor awards to the children who

Greenberg, director- hold Jobs now placed off limits Gregory, whosaidhehad as honest Iamhewouldhaveto found the most eggs. The
counsel, NAACP Legal Defense by residential segregation. organized thousands of tell the delegates the same children were; Janice Monto-

and Educational Fund, "The NAACP Legal Defense young people to disrupt the thing I am telling all those who gomery and Bryant McCall,
Inc. (LDF) issued the follow- 1st Prize,Eugene Goodlow and
Fund is making Immediate Democratic National Conven- planned to come to Chicago to
ing statement yesterday upon plans to enforce the new law tion, declared he has called off demonstrate: 'Please stay Juanita Brant 2nd Prize, and
learning of the of the The Culmer Com MCKinley Boone and Sandra
passage in the courts. The bill has Advisory the demonstrations for fear of home.
Civil i Rights Act of 1968 by many procedural imperfec- mittee voted to spearhead a touching off mass racial riot- "The city is not safe and it Flowers 3rd Prize.
Congress; tions, but the LDF neverthe- Dedication Ceremony at the is not possible to conduct the Persons assisting Mr. Day
less will do its best to make newly acquired Ritz Community ing."If the mayor (Mayor Rich business of political conven- were Lampados Henry Young,
"The passage of the Fair Recreation center, for- Balyjean Smith, Fred Brown,
the Act meaningful. ard J. Daley of Chicago) were tions . .
Housing Act presents another merly the Ritz Theatre,which and the Carver Staff.
opportunity for racial pro- "In coming weeks, we will was acquired through an in-
gress through law. Fair housing conduct a series of confer- kind contribution. The build- Band Concert
means not only a right to ences with our cooperating ing will be utilized in the following Four Killed In Car-Bus
buy or rent a house but opportunities torneys across the nation to manner; movies for the At Manor Park
to attend schools and begin a legal program for en- children during the summer
forcing the new law. SmashupFour
months, fashions, talent con-
"In this way, the LDF can tests, sporting events, and a SundayThe

reaffirm Dr. King's faith that series of forums. persons--all Negroes Jured, taken to a Pahokee hospital first ina series of four
START WORK TOD AY* peaceful change Is possible." Charles North, reporter.
-- were killed late Monday and treated, were the Spring Concerts. will feature
A Piibie) & nv>'c Qv n30Y ---- night when their' ,car crashed driver, Leroy Jackson Ful- Miss Geronima Carrion,a soprano
orHbt into a Boston-bound bus near ler, 32, of Hialeah, and two Sunday at Manor Park.
Pahokee, the Florida Highway passengers, Lorenzo Stanley, The concerts,-initiated by Mi-
SUPPORT THE GREATER Patrol reported. 3, and Carolyn Stanly, 24, of ami City Commissioner Atha-
/ The dead remained in the 2146 NW 50th St., Miami.They lie Range last year, will be
V H m Moi ,after the smash-up pinned in
$pot Jpb L iy i tvM*id* next two months. Miss Car-
the wreckage so that effortsto rion who has
identify their bodies were will be Joined later in the concert -
i Information on how you can loin the Greater Miami delayed. The car was regis- CLASSIFIED ADS I series by popular Miamians -
Urban League, phone 3773682. tered locally. Valdez Murray and Bertha
Among the seven passengers BRING RESULTS I Jackson. The concerts will begin -
on the bus who were in- at 5 p.m.

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.1 : Imbalance In SchoolFinding

racial imbalance in with the faculty. This was ap-
the student body of Coconut proved the Dade County

Grove Elementary School,the School Board.
Parent Teacher Association The classroom assistantsIdea
found a new approach to was the result of a frank

solve the problem.The discussion by Principal

racial imbalance in that Timothy H. Herring on integration -
school changed the student problems at a PTA
body from 30 percent to 60 meeting, when he admitted that

percent Negro in one year, median scores on standardized -
which threatened to resegre- .tests were significantlylower
gate the school. than for previous years.
As it is now, 18 volunteers
What should the PTA do?It came
report regularly to class-
to the conclusion that the functions -
rooms, usually to help an Individual -
of a Parent-Teacher-
student over stumb-

I Northwestern High Annual Musicale TuesdayThe Association money and buy is not whatever only to raise it is, ling the block.teacher In addition the attention to freeIng to-

band uniforms playground
slow learners has cut down behavior -
Music Department of Featured on the programwill Cassandria Hanna, director; Broadway Show "Annie Get equipment, that the principal
the Miami Northwestern Senior be the Concert Chorus, Johnny Laidler, Larry Miller Your Gun." requests, but also to solve racial problems.The .
chairman of the class-
High School will present its The Chamber Choir,the Mixed and Edward Gooding will play The chorus is under the direction problems.With '
Annual Musicale Tuesday, Chorus and the Girls'Chorus. tuba and saxaphone solos re- of Arthur L. Evans. the backing of white and room assistants, Mrs. J. H.
Pearddon said the main thing
April 23, at 8 p.m. In the Also guest artists Keith spectively. Brenda McQueen, The accompanists are 1 I Negro members of the organization of the volunteersis
school auditorium, 7007 NW Tynes, tenor; the Drew Jun- Miles Johnson and Claude Cole Beatrice Mclver and Lehman 1 the PTA started pro- they require attendance.She said

12th Avenue. ior high School Chorus, Miss will render excerpts from the Beneby. ject to be known as how to that regular there are some who come

make integration work." once a week and others who

The PTA organized two are there every day. They receive -

What A ThanksBe committees of volunteers to detailed instructionsfrom
I New Honors Come Blessing, serve in Jobs at the school. One the teachers.The .
group'as classroom assistantsand after-school programwas

to GodIt the other as after school development that followed -
I To Miami High Senior instructors for activities In when several PTA mothers

U When I first heard of the ter- was given. What a blessing,, cultural achievement. offered to conduct activities in
Another red-letter day oc- rible death of Dr. Martin Lu- thanks be to God. They formed another group which they had special abilities -

cured for Miami High Senior, ther King Jr. like others who By Ralph Ross for special curriculum to work and talents.

Clarence E. Smith, on April loved him, I was shocked out
4, atthe 12:15 Rotary Club lun- of my senses. Feelings of
cheon. He so impressed Inter- frustration, anger, loss, bitterness -

national Rotarian Sir Leslie helplessness, remorse fAMU Study Gives Warning
Hammond of Nassau, with his : all merged in me,
stirring speech that he invited I coming together with such
him to make the same speechIn force and rapidity that I was

Nassau at the international left numb, unable to think,un- of Problemshave
Rotary Meeting with all expenses able to feel, unable to do. The
paid.Clarence pain was too great for me. The violence and tension pledged to continue meet- money to allow more frequent
accompanied, by that followed assassinationof ing daily until"speciflcrecommendations publication of the twiceweekly -
the president of Miami Senior Then after a few hours of Dr. Martin Luther King,and are drafted student newspaper and polite -

High Interact Club, was flown displacement, of inarticulate which made Dr. Gore close "which we are assured will and courteous treatment
grief--the dark cloud of this
to Nassau on April 9. They Florida A&M Unierslty, a receive immediate attentionby ofstudents at all times.
were met at the airport bySir awful event still hanging one-week "cooling off"" the administration."
CLARENCE SMITH over'my head -- I began to see period have brought theschool's In response to some of the
Hammond, their host for the There have been created
a ray of light.What a blessing, students' requests, lockers
day. After the luncheon speaking This young man is an Eagle problems on focus. committees with'equal representation -
thanks be to God. R became have already been ordered for
date at the Sheraton Bri., Scout, active in all Junior As a result, a committee of faculty membersand
increasingly and crystal clear commuting students, the report -
tish Colonial Hotel, they were Church activities at Saint John representing students, professors students, the report said,
to me that Dr. King has liveda said.
given a conducted tour of the Baptist Institutional Church and the administrationof to study such matters as non-
island by Sir Hammondand two and Miami High's drama full life. What ablessing, the University, has made a compulsory class attendance, Black culture programs
thanks be to God.
other Rotarians. nomination for the coveted Silver report that "much more must honor program, faculty eval- have already been started.Also -
After this extensive tour anda Knight Award. lie easilywon U not the most productiveand be done' to solve the problemsof uation, student exchange, student efforts are being made to
dinner on one of the islands, election to a vice presi- significant life in our day, the University.This elections, student health increase the work of the uni-
they were driven to the airportfor dent spot in the Student Coun- Dr. King's was one of the most committee adopted a and curriculum.This versity student health com
the night flight home.As if cil there last year. Before creative, meaningful, and resolution which says that the J joint committee has mittee.
this was notenough excitementin transferring to Miami High, demonstrative lives in our university must function "in ,said that the curriculum committee -
the Smith household, Harvard Clarence was an honor roll times. His life was filled with an atmosphere of order with would Include an examination NORTHEAST .
and Yale Universitieshave student at Booker T. Washington human goodwill. His life was mutual trust and confidence compulsory military -
filled with self-forgetful ser- between students, faculty and Beautiful 2 bedroom opts.
both announced very attractive High and active in school training under theRe-
scholarship awardsfor and co-curricula activities.The vice. His life was filled with administration." serve Officers Training Pro- Furnished or Unfurnished
Clarence. He has also been proud parents are Dr. the desire to see a better The crisis created soon gram. Select Clientele only
America for black men, his: after the death of Dr.King was
admitted to Howard University and Mrs. Clarence M. Smithof Wall to wall carpetsNo
for matriculation next fall. 1322 NW 3rd Avenue. life was filled with the desireto I not due ,solely to Dr. King's This committee calls for MinorsPL
see a better world for all l death through violence, according understanding of thenew"student -
men. Dr. King's life was filled t to the report of the moods" and asked the ad- 9-4174
I Network To Do Negro Series with the desire to hasten the i committee, even though the ministration to set up proce-

day when all men would come t disruption caused damaging dures so grievances may be
National Education Television to the realization that God is; consequences for the university brought before the proper authorities FOR SALE
ITTTr announced Tuesday InNev r our Father and all men are our o and also for individual with provisions for 3 bedroom 2 bath
York that it will launch an experimental appeal to higher authoritieswhen garage.
brothers. What a blessing,, students, the report said. The
1809 NW 41st
black magazine oi t it becomes necessary.The Street
; thanks be to God. crisis did provide an oppor-
the air mid-June to concen- To these ideals Dr. Kin: tunity examine the entire report of this committee 7195 NW 15th Court
trate on news and cultral developments dedicated his life. With these I university structure in order also called for a student Lot 140x50 for sale

in the American I ideals Dr. King lived his life,,, to improve relationships. voice in allocation student JE 8-1340
Negro community.The For these ideals Dr. King gave I The committee members activity funds, additional
one-hour program will I his life. His life wasn't taken
be broadcast once a month on .- ffV fff iWItVff* ** >;?MJJ '
Monday night over NET'S 140 MIAMI TIMfS:

affiliated stations, William H. ADVERTISERSAppreciate
for business
Kobin NET president pro-
/ ;
t.i': gramming, said. courteous and
i. They are
,.,\.{ '.i "The program will project dependable. Support them!
Negroes and whites with a con-
tinuing view of what Is goingon

: I in black America, from "Any where In the world
....- politics to business and from you wont to go"

Re-Elect education to the arts," Kobir I 77CXF7S COST i I 41J]
said. He said it would be the
Inrold RCREEHE first network program of its NO MORE AT; \ Ift

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.', Congressmen Pepper & Fascell Gospel Caravan .At.- FAMUTALLAHASSEE Open 7 Days-8 A.M. to 10 P.M.

Some is the Day of Resurrection: Let The Best For Less At .
1,500 persons are expected to Me Rise."
J Only Floridians To Vote attend the Eighth Annual The nationally known
Spring Gospel Caravan Sun- Majestic Male Gospel Choir of Y''' Yw. ill
ddy, April 21, at 7 Lee Atlanta, Ga., will be special
:! For Civil Rights Legislation Hall Auditorium on the campusof guest and will dedicate its per-
Florida A&M University. formance to the late Dr.Mar-
\ The passage of the civil civil rights leader. Some observers The Gospel Caravan was tin Luther King.
rights bill last week further have stated.that with previously scheduled for Eas- Music of the soul will also 1
revealed where the friends and out the martyred death of Dr. ter Sunday, April 14,but In the be presented by a 100 voice J
enemies of Negroes are in King it is doubtful that the wake of the death of Dr. Mar- FAMU Community Choir directed -
Congress.Of House would have been readyto tin Luther King, Jr. and the by Mrs. Betty Sanders.
l the 229-195 key votes by approve the Senate legis- closing of the University for Carolyn Colson of Florida
which the House of Represen- lation gradually eliminating one week, the program was A&M will sing"Precious Lord
tatives last week approved a discrimination in the sale of postponed. Take My Hand" in tribute to .yk't
motion to clear the way for the housing. Miss Ruena Williams, Dr.King. Mr Frances Stall- iiSJ'fS1..J
final passage of the civil rights Voting to have the bill enacted president of the Pentecostal worth, the Miles Gospel Sing- t
bill, two were from Dade into law were only two Student Council, who is spon- ers, New Mt. Zion Choir,University -
County, Pepper's and Fas- Congressmen from Florida, soring the event ask that the Church of God in
cell's.It Claude Pepper and Dante Fas- program be dedicated to the Christ Choir, Testerina Bap-
was the enactment ofa cell. All the other Florida "drum major of peace," Dr. tist Choir and many others are
far-reaching civil rights bill Congressmen voted againstthe Martin Luther King. The expected to share in this note- OVER 40,600 CARS SOLD
that will pull down racial bar- bill. theme of the caravan is"This worthy dedication.
riers in 80 per cent of the na- MUNICIPAL AUTO SALES AND SERVICE
"$ tion's housing.
f.. The vote came only six days
after the murder of Dr. Mar- The Mini-Brute presents
tin Luther King Jr., and to a
I certain extent the legislationwas '. .
t a memorial to th elate the short payment book. SUPERMARKET!

Liberty City Neighborhood I IMMEDIATE DILimYI

program Center, enrolled Job Development Mr.Robert 500 CARS!

Mitchell, of 2420 NW 59th St.,
#D, father of six children, in 15 YEARS-SAME LOCATION!
I the Welfare Title V Programin
March 1966.
Mitchell took full ad-
vantage of the training provided 2door Sedan THI HOMI OP THI ORIGINAL 100% GUARANTEE.,
$249 $4971Per .. .. ...
by this program, and after Down Mo. for 36 Months .. ....

two Ing, and years passing of Intensive a State train-Board Buick'S new Opel Kartell 2-dr. Sedan.TEST MUNICIPAL AUTO

Examination, he is now a Li- DRIVE ONE TODAY AT-
censed Practical Male Nurse. SALES A SERVICE
He is currently employed at
Mercy Hospital. Mr. Benny Sheehan

borhood O'Berry Center Liberty Director City Neigh-, is BUICK 3061 N.W. 36th St.

currently soliciting more men ECONOMY CORNER-3111 N.W. 36th STREET
to assist them in obtaining ENTIRE 2300 BLOCK S.W.8th STREET HI 4-1661 ':00 A.M. TO 10 P.M.
training experiences, that will Open Mon,Wed.. FrI.! ,'til 9 PM and Tues,Thurs.,Sat., 'til6-PM OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
up-grade their employment

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The Better Ideas from Ford have turned folks on warranty.

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Ball So we're celebrating with.two fantastic

specials a Mustang and Cortina. Both loaded "64' FALCON Futura 4 dr. "66' FALCON 2 dr. SDN- 6''"65' FALCON 2 dr. radio
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power steeringradio WSW wheel covers seatbelts I 6 cyl. seat beltswhat
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We've got some really exceptional buys in tuned, STD. Trans. factory air $1895. Now $1488. .$1295. Now $1088.

clean A-1 used We're overstockedon WSW wheel covers vinyl
compact cars. FRED MILTON "65'
trim. Look and drives sharp- FALCON Squire 4 dr.
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your pick beige trim. Was $1295. Now tory air power steering -
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vinyl seats Here's a hard to k
"66" FALCON 2 dr. SDN 6 find special. Was $1695. Now
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Carver ra );'t.i;;;; IN'Stit.1' };;"" EIks 1 : ASSN. C1NYlNS. : ,. : .-

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Springtima lodge and temple' taaultsby of Jacksonville. the solemn memorial servicesto
News of the improved Bebevolent Maultsby, field representative be followed by the annual,
| Order of Elks of the World will of Tom Adams, Florida parade.
By Walter Bow| host the annual convention of Secretary of State, elected at Included In the activities are IMlALA $2498

the Florida State Association' last years State, Association the public civil liberties pro-
The Holiday Civics and So- of Elks in Clearwater, begin- Convention in Ft. Pierce to the gram, the annual banquet,. a
cial Club of West Hollywood ning, Sunday, April 21 through office of 2nd vicepresidenthas fashion show, the annual ora- April Only
would like tq thank the many Wednesday, April 24. waged an active campaign torical contest and the grand
club, organizations and Highlighting the conventionthis DUMAS
'over the state for the past year
friends who helped make their year will be the first serious and claims a majority of the ball.Business sessions will begin -
2nd Anniversary dance a very challenge for the office of delegates necessary to win the Monday morning and con- MILNER 4181 S.W. 8th ST.
successful event. Special state president held for the state
presidency on the first tinue through Wednesday Phone 444-3566
thanks to the gentleman that past eight years by W. 0. ballot. morning. Headquarters for all 8 ,'''''' ........ .....
provided us with the wonderful Perry of Miami by Ralph There will be the usual meetings and activities will be ._
music and entertainment for
crowded calender activities at the spacious and recently
the evening.Mrs. opening Sunday morning with remodeled Elk's home.
Mary F. Boles, reporter CRUSADER I
and Mrs. Catherine .
Stubbs, president. EVANGELISTISTICWe wa-.
Veterans of Foreign Wars are a new Evangelistic
Post No. 8195 will hold their Mission at 2575 NW 65 Street. r BROWARD IJRIEFS1

Saturday night Fish fry this On March 31st, our First
week April 20, a t the post Quarterly was held with our By R. LUTHER BRAYBOY, SR. SUPER SOUL TOP 40
home, we will have conch frit-, presiding elder in charge.We .
are now a member of the
ters also. Come out membersand
guest to our sale West Miami District Conference The claim by the Broward County School Board that the gym- 1. Since You've been gone Aretha Franklin
bring your nasium at Attucks High School is needed for adult education is 2. Take time to know her Percy Sledge
of music and refresh-
ments.plenty The Rev.Sister Claudia totally unfounded and out right ridiculous. This writer has no 3. U you can want Smokey and Mircles

The 5th District meeting Dixon is the pastor. We look quarrell with adult education. Neither am I prone to knock 4.1 got the feeling James Brown
will be held in Homestead on forward to entering the annual change or progress.However,it's about time this August groupof 5.1 got a sure thing Olie & The Nightingales
Sunday April21at9p.m. conference in November, with individuals be brought to task about their latest decision, 6. Funky street Arthur Connley
Members who, are going, we the Rt. Rev. E, C. Hatcher, that so vitally concerns the youth In this county. The school 7. Next time Johnny Taylor
bishop board has rendered many backward and outright useless decis- 8. Cowboys to girls The Intrudes
will leave the post home at 7 30
: is Rev. H. Benson. ions In the name of integration. They hide behind integrationeach 9. To the one I love Brenda & Tabulations
commander and
Folia Boyd
We wish to thank our many time they phaseout something knowing full well that 10. Tighten up Archie Bell & Drells
James Wiggins, friends who gave us great white parents do not send their children to Negro schools.
The Pulpit Aid will cele- moral support.The They claim that the gyms is needed for four class rooms to 11. Love is allrlght Cliff Nobles
brate their third anniversaryon public is cordially invited be used for adults.Now would it hurt progress if they Just used 12. Hat e yourself in the
next Sunday, at 3 p.m. to worship with us. four portables? Portables are used for day classes for our morning Steve Mancha
Everyone is asked to come out Rev. Sis. Flossie Marshallis children. So why not night classes for adults? 13. Does your mama know
and make this program what reporter. I have dispatched letter to the school board protesting their about me Bobby Taylor/Vancouvers
God would have it be. decision, and every parent in this immediate area should do 14. Never get enough of
Oscar Toney J r.
Janie Davis, president. at the Clover Leaf Lanes.Here likewise. your love
The pastor is asking the entire are their standings: Williams Briefs from a long fingernail. . Mr. and Mrs. Theodore 15. Somebody new The Emotions
congregation to accom- Trophies, first place, Hagan Lowe, Mr. James and Geneva Gilliamsof, Opa-locka were the 16. Lab means I love you The Delfonics
pany him to the Greater Trin- & Fonda, second place; Twis- house guests of Mrs. Carrie Johnson, 4200 SW 26th St. over 17. Funky walk Dyke & Blazers
ity Baptist Church, April 24. ter, third; Olympics, fourth; the weekend. The occasion was a dinner honoring two of the 18. Just touch of your hand Al Gardner
He is requesting the No. Two Arlena Terry, fifth;Rose Sep Lowe's grandchildren, Virgil Johnson and Yvette Gray who returned 19. Big boy The Jackson Five
Choir, No. Two Usher Board tic, sixth. to Fla. A&M last Saturday night. Mrs. Johnson serveda 20. Shoo be doo be do da day Stevie Wonder
and the Male Chorus to render Frank Richburg, president, delectable dinner and Mr. and Mrs. Lowe had the time of
service. We will leave the and Carrie Peaks, secretary. their life playing with the many grandchildren . Mr. and 21. She's looking good Wilson Picket
church at7:15p.m.Rev.Hard- The Charmettes Club will Mrs. Cecil Hicks are visiting with Mrs Jestine Matthews of 22. I an't go'in for that Inez iCharlle Fox
wick is the pastor. have their party this Friday, M01 SW 27th Street. Mrs. Hicks is the former Miss LaDella 23. Don't hurt me no more Al Green
The Junior Church will at the VFW Post No. 8195. (Tobby) Matthews of Carver Ranches. .The Gay Ladies Club 24. Wear it on your face The Dells

celebrate their anniversarythe Come out and enjoy yourself, were swinging Saturday last at the VFW.Club. . Congrats to 25. ,Don't take your love
fourth Sunday in April at plenty of music and refreshments Mrs. Gertrude Owens, Sadie Benjamin, Osie Graves, Janie from me Ben E. King
3 p.m. Please come and help Redding, and the ever wonderful Mildred James . The Gay 26. We're rolling on The Impressions
our church of tomorrow reach Ladies will sponsor a dance at the Elks Club on April 21, in 27. An't nothing like the
their goal. Ft. Lauderdale. .Let's get together and keep that gym open! real thing Marvin & Tammie
'Mrs M.Strange,directress MIAMI TIMES! That's thirty for this week till next buy the times.4OI. 28. r m the man for you baby Edwin Star

Rev. 0. W. Foster, pastor, ADVERTISERSAppreciate 29. The Doctor Mary Wells
of Ebenezer Baptist Church, your business. 30. Shara Jane Gary U. S. Bonds
Hallandale. They ore courteous and
The Excelsoretts Bowling dependable. Support them! 31. I don't want to loose you Barbara Mason
League are in their final month 32. Soul power Derek Martin
33. A dime a dozen Carla Thomas
34. In the morning The Mighty Marvelows
35. Take me in your arms The Isley Brothers
,.. 'u 36. Paying the cost to be the
boss B. B. King
37. A woman will do wrong Dee Dee Sharp
38. Your loves all over me Junior Parker
a 3 rx ; 39. Never give you up Jerry Butler
r\ 40. Oh Pll never be the
The Younghearts

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t > R 4s The happy song Otis Redding


Do right man Little Beaver
Run run roadrunner Little Jerry Williams
Big insurance man Gene Butler
1 paw in my heart Helen Smith

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Harry Malmberg, manager of the Miami Marlins, has done .
everything he promised to do so far. He strictly has his boys i 68 SEASON OPENER DELAYEDIN
running the bases, statistics show
itatpresentbydouble steals r
executed and stolen bas e When
s. you look at the figures they
speak for themselves In three games the speed boys have Baseball's season opener was postponed for the first time

stolen 13 bases, sane record so far, he wastes no time in except for natural reasons, as virtually a three-day morator-
having a bull pen pitcher warming up in case he's needed. ium on sports, existed in tribute to the memory of Dr. Martin

Other managers waited until it was too late. All in all, Harry Luther King, Jr.
is doing a great job. Malmberg though his teams hitting would Baseball a long time leader in the field of social Justice

not be as good as it is. In three games they have hit the ball V f S T'k rrwY once more exemplified its stand to uphold the gains it has
36 times, for the first time in the history of the Miami stadium made for racial equality.The .

Steve Green hit an inside the park home run He traveled ofpf postponements were undoubtedly the most dramatic of
around the bases like a deer. It would be hard for me to single the countless of number of changes that were made in sports

any one player out, they are all trying hard, and doing their schedules the world over.
best. That's what makes a ball team. The season is
therefore we can look forward to plenty of good baseball. The ; 4'
fans have always complained-.when are you going to get some erro is human and to be able to correct is proper- this

ball players? If a manager happens to pull a boner, they hol- Argentina's Roberto DeVicenzo would readily had attested to
ler, get a new manager To me this is poor sportsmanship.After x ?' *C zi a have been given the. opportunity after the finish of the Mastersat

all, these boys are young and have to be given a chance. Agusta.
There's a "kook" who sits in section 2 about four rows back Roberto, who roared to the finish with a 65 and a knowledgable -
who has a powerful pair of pipes He hollers out at every game, -'fiJ'I "'-- __...... "' i.1Ii: tie with Bog Goalby, over-looked and signed an incorrect

"hit the ball, strike him out,take the bum out." This is, if the EARNS BERTH IN WOMAN'S INTERNATIONAL COLLEGIATE score, which ironically gave him one stroke more than he
pitcher walks a man. He runs everyone sitting around him CHAMPIONSHIPS Mamie Robinson, Florida A&M made, and subsequently dropped him from a tie to second
away. I thought by writing this little article it might help to University junior physical education major from Orlando,dis- in the greatest and most cherished of all golf tournaments.
keep him a little quiet. Its alright to holler but not become plays the form that earned,"her a berth in the Woman's Inter- Rules are rules, however no matter how ridiculous they

insulting with your remarks. Let's hope the Marlins keep the national Collegiate championships that will be held in San An- are.The
good work up. Bill Durney, Sr. and Jr. are doing everything tonio, Texas on April 20th through Ud,iMiss Robinson was links code ordains that any divot-digger who attests to
possible to please the fans. Therefore, why not try to get aparty invited to participate in the national championships after she a higher score than he made is stuck with the higher score;
together, or bring your wife and family for a good night's placed first in all events of the rgional association of Col- and if he signs for a lower score he is disqualified. So there
entertainment. The team can use everyone's support.The more lege Unions Women's Bowling Tournament. She is the daughter was some good for DeVicenzo even in adversity he didn't signa

people, the more encouragement.This weeks schedule: thurs- of Mrs. Anna Robinson of Bldg. 46, Apt. II, Murchinson disqualifying score card.It .
day, April 25, Marlins vs Orlando; Friday-Saturday, April Terrace in Orlando. is very unlikely this rule will be changed in the very near
26 27, Marlins vs Daytona Beach.For reservations 635- future;; but because it was debated in full view of millions of
5395. television viewers there will be some scrutiny by the Mosesesof

TURF HANDICAP SATURDAYOn northwestern Wins Golf the only sport that imposes this handicap on its play-

may have been proper decades ago and in friendly home
Saturday Gulfstream Park will offer the richest endurance GMAC Track CrownBy town matches probably still is; but the magnitude of these big
test in the of Florida when older
history racing runnersgo international tournaments with all the thousands of spectators
postward for the $15,000 Green Valley Turf Handicap at a
roaming around the course and literally jetting into the act,
gruelling two-miles over the turf course. more respect should be given to a competitors already over
Among the possibilities for this race are many Latin American BILL McBRIDE crossed the bar at 6' 4' taxed power of concentration.

runners. In South America marathon races are not the Highly favored Theodore Bennett It could be readily seen where the implementation of TV

rarity that they are in the United States. Led. by .thg lightening-like, Bull strong man,was de-:, monitors and computers, and official scorekeepers: such as
On the grounds and ready to go the route are: New Song 2nd, speed of Coleman Thomas, the they have in every other sport would quickly eliminate the re-
phillanlelbun, Ninfalo, Astures, Estreno 2nd, Templario 2nd well balanced NorthwesternBulls feated in the shot put by Tan- occurance of this embarrassing and cruel incident.
and Maverick 3rd. Also a possibility is Florida born Irish Rebellion literally ran away' with nenbaum ot South west. who
This sonof classic winning Needles has always showna the GMAC track meet tues- managed a put of 52' 11".

distinct fondness for both distance and turf and in the Green day night at Miami Dade JC Bennett tossed the put 55'7"in Tab The Kids To The Dogs I
Valley he'll have both.In Stadium.At the recent Fort Lauderdale
programming the $15,00 Green Valley, Gulfstream Park relays (best toss in the state

president James Donn Jr. said "the public likes long races the close of the meet this year). Willie Lightfoot, Parents will be encouragedto Monday, April 29th, and
and those who breed stamina into their horses should have Northwestern was way out bull long jump specialist, who bring their children when Thursday, May 2nd,before the
some races where they can prove their mettle.Two mile races front with a total of 109 points, has jumped 23' 6' (best in Biscayne Kennel Club holds its regular season gets under way

are in the great sporting tradition and we may make the Green while Miami Jackson had the state this year) failed to first program of schoolingraces on May 4th, a Saturday night.
Valley an annual event." 70 1/2, Coral Gables 46 1/2 place in this event due to an on Friday night, April The 1968 meeting, 41st in
and Killian 37 1/2. Injured heel.Michael 26th. Biscayne history, will run 104

nights through Sept. 2nd
ONLY 12 ORIGINAL DOLPHINS LEFTOut Easily the outstanding per- Nicholson, the bulls There will be special enter Starting May 11th, matinees
former in the meet, Thomas, muscular discus king won his tainment and free refresh- will be held every Saturday

of the original 32 men drafted in January 1966, from the as expected, won the 100 yard event with a mighty heave of ments and prizes for the i afternoon.
then other eight teams in the American Football League (four dash (9.9)) and the 220 yard 165 3 1/2". Nicholson has youngsters on this night which

from each club), 12 still remain with the Dolphins The 12 are: dash ((22.1)); and if this was not.recorded toss 172'-2' (best, track President James Knight: DR. KING'S ADDRESS
Mel Branch, defensive end; Tom Erlandson, linebacker; enough to work up a sweat, he in the state this year). designated as Miami I i l RECORDEDNEW

Norm Evans,offensive tackle; TomGoode, center; Frank Jack anchored his 880 yard relay Shores Night."Children .
son, flanker; Wahoo McDaniel, linebacker; Billy Neighbors, team to a thrilling come-from The powerful Bulls now turn love dogs and we, most YORK. One of the
offensive guard; Tom Nomina, defensive tackle. Jimmy War- behind victory. He is rated as their sights on the District see no reason why we shouldn't. moving addresses ever
ren, defensive back; Willie West, defensive back; Dick West- the top high school sprinter in 8AA meet at JC stadium a week welcome them to our tra t'to by Dr. Martin Luther
moreland, defensive back, and Maxie Williams, offensive the state; having done the 100 from Friday, followed the next see our greyhounds inaction,' King, Jr., is being rushed into
tackleguard.Cooke yard dash in 9.6 seconds and Friday by the region 4A meetat Knight said. "And, quite pos- release as an album onUnart,

a Maryland alumnus, who lives in Camp Hill, Pa., the 220 in 22 seconds flat. Fort Lauderdale's Lockhart sibly, we will be developingsome the economy-line label of
addition to and Miami stadium, and then the "big future racing fans. Na- United Artists Records.
played for the New York jets in Denver ,
Testimony tot he great bal turally he added "there will The late Dr. King's address,
in the AFL and before that for three NFL teams. Rice, a one, the state meet May 11 ,
of the Bull tracksters is
"In the
be no wagering on the Struggle Freedomand
graduate ot in Atlanta Ga. and began his pro at Gainesville. races.
Auburn resides
the fact that able to
they were Some 30 to 40 of the train- Dignitywas de-
to Oakland.
career with the Buffalo Bills before moving run away with the meet in spiteof Miami Jackson's brilliant ing races are scheduled with livered in New York City on
Jimmy Warren left, corner back from the Dolphins the has a the fact that three of their Amos Machanic joined the first post at 6:30 p.m. As December 17, 1964, ontheoc-
for Dolphins.
job in public relations and promotion top performers failed to win. Thomas as the meets only usual, there will be free park- casion of his return from Oslo,

High jump specialist British double winner by easily win- ing, free admission and free Norway,swhere he was awarded -

NBA COACHES SELECT ALL ROOKIE TEAM Tharpe who has jumped an ning the 880 yard run as expected programs. the Nobel Prize for Peacein
,amazing 6'-6" (best in the ; and then surprised recognition of his efforts in
state this year) was defeatedby everybody by entering the mile Two other nights of the struggle for civil rights.
Bullets received -
Only one rookie Earl Monroe of the Edison High's Victrum who run and winning. schooling races are slated for The words spoken then reflect
maxim'um 12 in the annual Na-
of votes
the number ,
.. to an even greater in
for the Association's :\ < 't ' i ':' :' "'N< ; '
tional Basketball Association Coaches poll , iI' '1" : ;r.' : : \-ii'. ,10-: :,, the light of recent tragic
Tuesday.Bob 4t td :
All-Rookie team, released ,: events the continuing message
and Walt Frazier of the ; :
Rule of the Seattle SuperSonics that Dr. King preached and
New York Knickerbockers and Al Tucker of Seattle,were run-
which served to inspire his
ner-ups to Monroe in the voting with 11 votes a piece. millions of
The other rookies named to the team were: Phil Jackson of !
8 The album also carries introductory -
New votes.York and Al Turner of Seattle each of whom polled remarks by the

Reverend Ruben L. Speaks of
The other rookies who received more than Ed Manning one vote of from Balti-the H .4 'Gi the First AME Zion Church
Coaches were Clem Haskins ,
; close personal friend and associate -
more, Mel Graham of Boston ind Jim Walker of of Dr. King.A .

two votes each. for the 12 United Artists spokesman
During the 1967-68 season 37 rookies performed stated that royalties earned by

teams in the NBA, Baltimore the album will be donated to
The NBA Rookie Tea m included: Earl Monroe, ;
The Southern Christian Lead-
Al Tucker Seattle -
Bob Rule, Seattle; Walt Frazier, New York; . ership Conference (SCLC) of
Phil Jackson York Al Turner, Seattle. ',..... .,;, j ,.... '. O "' """ ; l ";" t'f" "t4
; New ; Chicago Ed Man ..., '''' ''''''' ,.. .' ,... >I'.h!! :'n. :.. *tf which Dr. King was the spiri-
Haskins ; '
Honorable mention went to: Clem Jim, Walker, Detroit. MIAMI NORTHWESTERN TRACK TEAM tual leader and guiding force.
ning, Baltimore; Mel Graham, Boston;

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1"\ L. V.Davis, President of the t Miami. The business session will be t
Florida Voters League, Inc.I Attorney Isiah Williams held onSaturdayanernoonthe! As Dr.Martin Luther King's This Fund will be used for the contributions from individualsand
and Equal Opportunity Coordinator of St. Petersburg Progressive principal business being dis- widow and his closest friend continuation of his work. We organizations be made to i''
,I'(Fro", with the Florida Industrial Republican Voters League will cussion and adoption of a revised and successor, we ask that all are also taking steps to insure the Martin Luther King Memorial
(lfl Commission announced I serve as special consultant. set of by laws. funds to honor Dr.King be sent that the children of Dr. King Fund, in care of the
l'' the Spring Meeting of the League Walter Kyle of pensacolawill to the Martin Luther King will have a secure future and Southern Christian Leader-
The Florida Voters League, be chairman of this session Memorial Fund, in care of the that a fitting memorial to Dr. ship Conference, '334 Auburn
r' inc. is a non partisan organi- a head of as head of the Southern Christian Leader Avenue, N.E.Atlanta,Georgia
j I zation which, through its affiliated organizations, Constitutionand ship Conference (SCLC). Therefore, we ask that all 30303. I
local organizations By-Laws Committee.
jr .
r 'j'ji i I the represents State's Negro a large electorate.portion of chairman Sam Jones of arrangements.The .is General. Throughout the nation and ::;j?:FkrMa Gets FI.n' ?? :' \

Its principal objectives are to second District Voters world, countless friends and *y h iM' i wl "' :> I
i I supporters have asked how For 7 imp 'roRrNU.
achieve 100 per cent voters League serves as host assisted !
contribute to the \ :&, :;il1, .....Jo.>-!.- .t......;.Z
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registration and to ensure an by other community mined
active informed electorate. organizations. memory of Dr. King. He often Atlanta, Ga.. William U. for their trainees upon their .
said that he wished to be re- Norwood, regional manpower satisfactory completion of the
membered for his work administrator for the U.S.Department MDTA courses. I,
Continuation Of Jobmobile through SCLC, and he asked of Labor here, said ...
that in the event of his death, that the Department of Labor ,
eht, Proposed By OfficialsThe financial contributions be and the Department of Health, ri'h ,.'
made through SCLC to con- Education and Welfare an-
\''t ,a Jobmobile has proven spokesman said that the flow tinue the struggle for freedomand nounced approval of six Man-
I to be so successful helping of applicants had leveled since Justice. power Development and
... Negroes secure employmentthat the Initial weeks of the pro- Training Act (MDTA)projectsfor h
L.V.DAVJSHeadquarters the Florida State Employ- gram. But that was expected, In order that contributionsmay Floridacosting$283,267of
ment Service said it plans to he said. There isnodecrease, be u s e d in accordancewith which $272,673 will be Federal
for the meet- ask for an extension of the pilot however, in interest on the Dr.King's own wishes,we MDTA funds.
plan which is scheduled to expire part of the potential applicants I have established the Martin In Miami,the Market Train
been set for the Mayflower -
ing has
in five weeks.A Luther King Memorial Fund. ing Institute will conduct a
Hotel, 10 Julia Street,
project to train 40 stock clerks
Jacksonville, Florida. spokesmanforthedepart- : I., and sales clerks for 30 weeks,
Opening session, Saturday ment said, "W@ feel it has total cost $78,790, Federal
morning, April 27,will feature great potential' especiallyfor 76,390.
two Workshop Sessions con- employers who can come to ,REALTYIROKER Since the beginning of the AlC Calvin L. Dorsettisnow
ducted by Dr. Von D. Mizell, the Jobmobile to hire and the MDTA program 89 percent home on leave after being
,( President of Broward County individuals who can go there all MDTA institutional stationed in Orlando, for three
Voters League and Mr.Elcee, and be hi trainees obtained employmentafter months. Airman Dorsett returned j
Lucas of the Jacksonville League One major corporation who. from active duty in f
traiing 75
percent were
i I conducted\ a recruiting session 'OPEN ,,7 DAYS employed at time of last con- Viet Nam in November and will
The Second Workshop will last week said that the Jobmo- tact. The Federal-State public go to Thiland the last of April.
feature a presentation by Dr. bile was very successful to his He is the son of Mrs. Bernice
SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS employment officers have the
E. A. Ward, President of the firm. Beautiful I 2 bedroom, 2 bath CBS home at 249 NW responsibility! of finding jobs Dorsett of Opa-locka.
Young: Democratic Alliance of The Florida S. E, Service's 56th St. This like new home has awning windows, I

gas heat, stove and refrigerator and Is a bargain Merchants who advertise !
at$12,000 with $400 down and $74.41 month, FHA.
VA or FHA Terms '" I'i .
:;\\i; SELLERPAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS '.' in The Miami Times
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bedrooms each side. $450 down. $95 month. .:tycarport., '; tile:roof,'awnfngstond% ,, a _swimming ,,'pool, ,\.,
:",;.t tool FHA $13,500. ,". $450 down,. $83.71,,month,. : \4; telling you they appreciated
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Pretty corner house, aluminum siding, awnings,
((3)) 3391 NW 178th St.3 bedroom CBS, $350 I a l Iou sle i windows, stove, refrlg. Price only "
down, $97 pays all. $6,000 with $800 down and $75 month. you. They are courteous,

((4)) 4201 NW 18th Ave. 2 bedroom CBS. ::'i,' 1 :::,::"' :NEWAAEAiopA: LOcfA dependable. Shop where J.

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FOR RENT More Scholarships For

CLASSIFIED ADS ;"varnished 196-4058. apartment. Phone j

15 WORDS OR LESS $1.50. 5C FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD Fla. Students Attending
t lice furnished room in lakeside

first and last weeks rent in
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE idvance. References 696-2240 Fla. CollegesTALLAHASSEE

$89 MONTH PAYS ALL FHA terms, total price $15- 2485 NW 89th Terrace. Large 1805 1/2 NW .76th.TERRACE (FAMU) private college, university,or
2027 NW 100th STREET 000, only $450 down,vets only large CBS with Fla. room.All Bungalow. 1 1/2 rooms, unfurnished An additional scholarshipin Junior college in Florida shallbe
Lovely 2 bedroom, CBS, tile $100 down, payments, only rooms are spacious. $87' except kitchen.: the amount of$1200 per year entitled to an award basedon
roof, terrazzo t 100 r s. Only, $114 a month pays all, this tea month pays all, convenientdown Only single person. Weekly for four years has been addedto need as measured by an
$11,500 FHA. very large home with hug, payment, we trade. $16.00. the list of scholarships provided evaluation made by a nationally -
Spitzer Realty,Realtors,759- eatin kitchen all ceder lined Gregor Realty, Broker, 887- for Florida students attending recognized need analysis
8741. closets, back porch, this is a 0403. 270 NW 51st STREET Florida colleges. system such as the college
custome built home first time Large 1 bedroom bungalowwith High school seniors I in scholarship service or the

$9900 TOTAL PRICE offered it will not last.A Ben-; 3 bedroom, CBS, 1 bath, only large front porch, unfur Florida who can qualify may American college testing program
MORTGAGE PAYMENT Korl, Rea 1 tor, call anytime 6 years new, wall to wall car nished. $25 weekly. apply for a Regents scholar but not more than the
$75 MONTII 759-2425. pets. A nice home. Only $2- CALL MR. GROSS ship to attend Florida AtM amount of tuition and fees at
8371 NW 19th AVENUE 000 down payment.1VA morn. DAILY 4446126EVENINGS University and other colleges the Florida institution he attends -
Large 2 bedroom home 12 x 2 BEDROOM CBS gage. Drive by 2321 NW 152ndSt. 448-2824 or universities in Florida providing ; provived further that no

24 Florida room. $12,000 FHA Terms with$40< ., Opa-locka, then call Fen they can qua 1 i f y.Tbe such award shall be more than
Spitzer Realty, Realtors,759- down and $87.00 a month pay: ster Realty, Broker, 759-8779 Rooms, efficiencies' and fund was setup by the 1967 $1200 per year. Recipients of
8741. all, this is a charming horn apartments. Furnished in nice Florida Legislature and will regents scholarships must
- very clean and neat in best Sunday 3-6p.m.1220NW neighborhood, near school, commence with the opening of make a "b" average on at

1980 NW 83rd STREET area, call to see. ABen-Kori, 88th St.3 bedroom,2 bath,CBS busline and N. S. expressway school in September, 1968. least thirty semester hours .
Modern 3 bedroom, 2 baths Realtor call anytime 59-242: FHA or conventional,carport, Reasonable price. To see caNE Presidential scholar (or 45 quarter hours)per academic :"

CBS, carporte, tile roof, Fla. built-in range and oven, car 5-4805. Anytime. ships have been setup at Florida ! year to be eligible for a
room. Sprinklers, alr-condi- PRICE REDUCED port. In best area. Our salesmen A&M University for high continuation of the award. No
tioned. Only $15,900. $23,000 on the canal on Beautiful will be on premises. 1 bedroom furnished apartment school students who can quali student may receive an award

Spitzer Realty, Realtors,759- Little River Dr.Gorgeous Fenster Realty, Broker, 759- air-conditioned. Adults fy. Somo 26 fresh mens are enrolled for more than the equivalent
8741. 3 bedroom 2 bath with lots of 8779. only? 1237 NW 77th Terrace, during the current termon of eight semesters or twelve
features like large bedroom: after 5 p.m.$25 weekly$50 de. these stipends of $2500f quarters.

Modern established beauty; and Florida room garage pat< Completely furnished duplex. posit. four years. The Office of Fin
shop with 2 furnished apartments all builtin kitchen.Bank term: To all cash buyers only$12- ancial Aid at FAMU is offering
for extra income. Back A must see. A. Ben- Korl, 000. Drive by 1260 NW 35th Room. 691-7034. Nice boa nearly $1-million in financialaid
fenced on busy NE 62nd St.To Realtor call anytime 759-242. St. then call Fenster Realty, tion. Hot, water at all times: to needy students in an effort

see call for appointment AlA 759-8779. to encourage more capa
Realty (Realtors) 751-1402 3 BEDROOM CBS New building, 1 bedroom, furnished ble high school graduates to

Seeing is believing, only $10,- 3 bedroom,2 bath CBS, 2 years air-conditioned, built- continue their education.
owner Duplex. 2 bedroom 000 FHA terms only$300 down young. All around fence.Built- in stove and refrigerator. According the report a I HAIR POMADE

each side In Hallandale. 717 and $83 a month pays all, this in oven and stove. Drive by; month. Security required. No Florida regents scholarships co Keeps Hair
NW 6th St. For informationcall has Florida room and is our 4250 NW 23rd Court.Then call children. 691-4785. and loans program has been ti's Neat andWefGroomecf
691-5453MiamlApr.26)) best buy today.Don't miss this Fenster Realty, Broker, 759- created which shall beawd.fd- .-
In best area all painted inside< 8779. Nice room for a nice working ed to all high school seniors: :k All Day

Beauty shop. Will sacrifice and out. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor person. $12.50 per week. in Florida whose performance New, Improved MURRAY'S HairDreaatn
Complete modern shop incoming call anytime, 759-2425. BUSINESS PROPERTYSee Phone 7585097. on the Florida state-wide kinky heard-to-manage hair.wonders APplIedIn on

neighborhood,shot 510 NW 54th Street.Com- twelfth L grade test battery; combed"the morning look, aU hair day.keeps Satisfaction'Juit
ing center. Call Sunday LIKE BARGAIN mercial. Zoned C5. 2 story Furnished apartment with! ranks them in the top ten percent : guaranteed.MURRAY'S Oct I to "mac.Wf:
for information call ,
morning 8-12 p.m. UN 6-537 This is a like newhomeallfo : CBS, large store, 10 feet yard of the students tested and day. On tale at .,, 6

$13,900 FHA terms only $40 overhead doors. Ideal for auto OX 1-2426. whose high school grade average Ic drug countcn and cotmet-fj every- :.:0.wber. .---= ...a.o !:""' ;
FHA $200 DOWN $70.51 MO painting shop-grocery-manu- location is 3.5 or higher on a four NvaeAwYw
TOTAL PRICE $9,500 down, beautiful FlxlU O>MI facturing. 2 offices plus 2 3 Near bus lines point scale and who have the LARGE SIZE SI6 MURf2AY'8"
Newly decorated bedroom: carport 2 bedroom, hardwoo I large furnished apartments, Cooking privileges. Men only recommendation of their high' SMALL SIZE 25$ ;__

CBS Near bus, schools and floors in best xrea near busses -, upstairs, air-conditioned, 1101 NW 40th Street. school principals or other MURRAY'S SUPERIOR PRODUCTS CO.
shopping. Tubin, Realtors,, and schools, don't mis!I rear parking, priced low. ,personal references satisfactory 4M CHrtitta Ditrilt, Mick. 41211
7906 NW 7th Ave. Ph. 691-478J this. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, Owner will finance 6% morn Rooms Inprlvate home. One to"the Board. Each winner ...
call anytime 7592425.NO gage. 751-5171. with twin beds.One with single of a regents scholarship:] I
bed. Lady preferred. Call shall be awarded an appropriate -
N 0 QUALIFYING after 4 p.m. 635-7626.
QUALIFYING No qualUylngincomeproperty certificate.
down right In total
move ,
$600 $13,200 total with only $1,80' () 2 lovely CBS houses in Each regents scholar who LOTS
price only $7,800 take overpayment down move right inandpay. 1 lot. Front 2 bedroom 1 bath Store at 2967 NW 62ndSt. Zoned attends an accredited public or
of$78 a month pays ments of $95.00 a month, thIs ::; dining room, extra large Fla. B-3. $75 per month. First $200 Down
Street 2bed-
all. 1775 NW 42 CBS 2 bedroom wall tows 1 room, carport, awnings, wall and last month. Call 624-883!

room fenced 1 yard.bath Drive Florida by then room call carpet a good deal. A. Ben. to wall carpet.Rear 2 bedroom (Apr. 27) MISCELLANEOUSDon't $40 Month
Kori Realtor call anytim''e 1 bath,awning. Both furnished.
me anytime 759-2425. off making Will
7592425.On Lovely area move right-in. 3 room apartment. Quiet instruc 1-50x140 ft. next to
Four Will Forms plus
Close to school, bus,shopping couple. 691-1894. 14th
7776 NW Ct.
tions $1.00 P. O. Box 181,
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH CBS beautiful lake 6531 NV income $225 month. $2000 ,
1-70 ft.x88.8 ft.
Tile roof hardwood floors to suit Edison Center, Miami, Fla.
2 bedroom Fla: down. Monthly payment
1st Place big ,
HELP WANTED 33127. NW 12th Pi. & 81st St.
Fla. room utility room. Mod and Pacific Realtors
room, garage, tile roof, oal; Atlantic
ern built-in kitchen including floors, fenced yard, FHA$16- 666-0411. 3eck's Barber Shop. 6612 NW18th Call: OWNER 154.4484

new dishwasher.. Air-condi 200 only $600 downvets, Ave.Master APPLIANCES 1 large family;
tioned, sprinklers. FHA terms $300)), monthly $100.06 don t NO QUALIFYING size 2 door refrigerator with
$700 Down and $107.76 Month miss this one Aetna Realt;}r NO CLOSING COSTS Barber wanted. Call freezer top, up right freezer,
Tubin, Realtors 7906 NW 7th (;Broker), 811 NW 54thSt., Ph,. MOVE RIGHT IN John Olliff. 634-1820. washing+ machine, apartment
Ave. Ph. 691-4785. 7725 NW 14th Avenue. Great- VACANT
757-5724, open 7 days. size refrigerator. Stop in anytime ;
est bargain in town! Like new Weekend Saturday and Sun- ; after 5 p.m. 2295 NW 93rd MOVE RIGHT IN
FHA PRICE $11,500 1876 NW 93rd Terrace Nc<) 3 bedroom 2 baths.On cor- lay. 2 ad u It s. Light housekeeping Terrace.
$350 down and $84.54 month. qualifying 3 bedroom, Fla,. ner lot. Call 235-2958. young presentable 6931. NW 5th COURT

2 bedroom CBS, Floridaroom, room, new roof, city water. woman. References 866-3662. Beautiful 2 bedrooM
carport, utility room. Appli $1,000 down $99 monthly$10- Like new 2 bedroom 2 bath CBS Minister wants honest sober CBS homeScreened
ances. Near 17th Ave. Tubin 000 total price why pay ren t carporte, awning, patio beautiful You n g presentable woman. working men to go half payments -
Realtors. 7906 NW 7th Avenue Aetna Realty (Broker), 81!]l landscaped, city water Several evenings a week. 7-11 on h 0 use as partner porch
Ph. 691-4785. NW 54th Street, Ph. 757-572 I with extra well and pump for p.m. 2 adults references. 866- ship. 3160 NW 67th Street. CarporteKingsize
lawn. Nicely furnished too!
7 days. 3662. Nice place. lot
FHA POOL HOUSE LIKE NEW open Move right in.Close to school, Kitchen equipped

3 bedroom CBS Modern kit- Like new CBS 4 bedroom, bus and shopping $1900 down PORTER: 48 hours week. Don't put off making your Will. $1500 down $95 Mo.
chen, central heat, garage. bath city water wall to wall l $95 month. Seller take back Evenings apply: Royal Castle For will form plus instruction -
Tile roof, hardwood floors carpets best neighborhoodFHA -. mortgage. Must see today!Atlantic Corp. Inc. 3800 NW 62nd St.Neat $1.00 P. O. Box 181 Edison Call I: OWN ER 754-4404
Nice 8th Ave. area $700 down and Pacific Realtors
$13,500only $450 dowi 1 Center, Miami, Fla.
and $107.76 onth. Tubin, (;Vets & 221 people $100:) 666-0411. appearing girls for waitress (M. 10))
Realtors. 7906 NW 7th monthly $83.71 don't get let!t
COSTS and dining room.
691-4785. on this winner Aetna Realt)r NO Good CHILD CARE HELP WANTED
Live rent free! Beautiful CBS train if necessary.
54th St. Ph.
(Broker) 811 NW ,
bath salary. Apply
Duplex, 2 bedroom, Mothers Mothers I f are MALE
757-5724 open 7 days. you
175 Hotel 6393 Collins Ave. Miami -
ST. carport, on extra large cor- looking for a clean neat home
terms$600 down. Modern ner lot tile roof. BarBQuepit. Beach. Phone 865-5786. experienced babysitter good SaladSandwichGriddlemen -
CBS with tile roof an d hardwood QUALIFYINGOR Freshlypainted.FHA$500 (Indef.) food call us pickup and de.
apartment com LOAN COSTS down $96 month. Atlantic and livery. 633-2002 or 633-2732
pletely furnished. Appliancesfor 9000 NW 8th AVENUE Pacific Realtors 666-0411. REMODELINGRoom Must be experienced.Year .
both apartments. We have Lovely CBS wall to wall car ; additions remodeling round work. Lib-

the key. Tubin,Realty 7906 NW pets. Like brand new.Must see alterations commercial '. Infants and toddlers. Best 01 eral fringe benefits,
7th Avenue ph. 691-4785. to appreciate. Allapattah FOR RENT Industrial residential. Free i
care in the home. 635-2892; profit sharing plan.
Realty, 633-0426. e s t1 mate s. Allied Builders '
Small furnished aoartments. 4463288.TV. (bidet). Parking space avail

2025-27 live All utilities furnished. Down- able.
NW 91st Street -
INVESTORS town area. Price from $50 to SERVICE JUNIORS
rent free all CBS duplex LEGAL NOTICE
FHA value $13,700 only 450 6 DUPLEXES BEACH AREA $60 per month.Senior citizens City wide 24 hour service Intend to register under fictitious RESTAURANTS "

down no closing costs- NORTH MIAMI on investment per preferred. 634-0500. Charge it, 634-6714. Castle name act "Ultra See Mr. Pete between

monthly $84.99 freshly 36% return Ft. Lauderdale TV. White." DON LOCKWOOD, 9:30 & 12 noon, 1:30:
painted, a real solid invest- year. Phone: Z. 1792 NW 67th STREET owner. 2040 NW 17th Street,
write Mr. & 3 2947 Collins
587-2470. or 3 I bedroom CBS home, almost CHILDCARE p.m.
Miami! Florida.
ment to Aetna
live in,see today ,
Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th, Route 1, Box314FortLauderdale new, unfurnished, terrazzo Infants and toddler. Best otcare Mar. 29, Apr. 5, 12, H; Ave., Miami Beach
St., Ph. 7575724. Open 7 days: Fla. floors. $30 week. in my home. PL 8-9972

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