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Dade's School Board has been asked to build a new Miami The spokesman said Edison's Negro enrollment jumped from building and transferring the students to the senior high building ,
Edison Senior High School in a white neighborhood: in order to 14 per cent of the total student body to 28 per cent this year. across the street when the new high school is built. .I
He also said this is expected to to 33 cent next .
keep the predominantly white school integrated.. go up per year."We'll It would seem this is another.lna lengthy list of manuevers
transfer our kids ont of that school if they have to go
I The move came last Wednesday at a School Board meeting into by some members of the white, community to segregate rather if
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a Negro neighborhood, continued. "But we'll leave
when a committee of parents, businessmen and city officials than integrate our schools in Dade County, as they should and $
our youngsters at Edison if there is a definite plan to build a
from Miami Shores and El Portal suggested the school be moved have been. The proposal smells of utter bigotry and refusal J
school
new at another site in a few
I to a site north and east of the present location at 6101 NW School Superintendent Dr. Edward years.Whigham recommendedthat on the part of these people to accept integration as a reality
2nd Avenue. rather than myth.
the board not make a decision until it had met with the ad-
"We are interested in keeping Edison as a community school '
Miamijackson member of visory committee. He added, there would be no money for a Their proposal would do everything integrate,rather the
-- not letting it become another a
the told the School Board. new building before the 1969-70 school year. location near lily-white Miami Shores ,would, in fact, prepetuw 1
group The group proposed the new school be at a site in the vicinity ate segregation. This we do not believe in.We urge the School ,
{ Jackson, a formerly all-white school is nowa predominately of Biscayne Boulevard and NE 87th Street.The proposal Board to reject' this short-sighted proposal by these "good '
: Negro school. It is also located in a Negro neighborhood now. included tearing down the present Edison Junior High School citizens" To do othrwise would be sheer hypocricy. I J

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Police Chief HeadleyAN : July 26th, a group of residents went Homer, -now Is attempting to contact Gabel '
.. (before County Commission and requested in an effort to get him to sell the property to !
EDITORIAL f,that a five-acre site located on NW 17th to the county for use as a park,but this appears 1
15th Avenues and 86th to 87th Streets be purchased doubtful at best.
MlamiPolice Chief Walter Headley has outlived use- for use as a pUke The Commission The fact .remains that the county failed to

fulness to our community, and we recommend the city (approved the idea. follow up the action of the.Metro Commission. I
commission fire him immediately. | :But, as in many other county projects aimed The appraisal took too long as evidenced by ,
4 We do not feel Walter Headley is the man to help lead at Negro, neighborhoods, inaction by the the inaction of the county, '

f us in thisprogressive,dynamic period growth in Miami. !county has resulted in a private developer It would seem this Is another,in the tong, I
His own words exemplify that. lbuying the tract of land for housing instead. long delays of ACTION.causedbybureaucra

t Headley in recent months has engaged in a series of ....., Here's what happened; tic red tape. That's been the problemwith
k rash statements of irresponsibility to the total community. A meeting was: held August 7 with Earl, Carroll Dade County for far too long, and we believeit :;
.. Are we to let,thts nun continue this? We think not. ; acting\ as spokesman of the group. The Is time we started thinking about the people
'' Headley claims that his "get tough" policy shotguns First WAF In, Commission, then appropriated, sufficient and eliminate J ,some of this red tape which I
and dogs has reduced crimo in the Negro areas by more: funds for appraisal to be made of the land, ,snarls'BO many projects. J
} than 50 per cent. For this he is to be commanded. No responsible before the, county ..purchased the proper I ;
citizen condones crime and violence Airmen CouncilA1C .The'app aisalwas ordered on October;lOUy\, H e s"d e n t s,of this. l'th"estCQmmUnity' i

In the most rocent example of his,irresponsibility, .{but to dafcaHW-ttKlcial,reportew been ihade;to);, ,weree assure4 they wpuW Itt 'a. park on thl:>"

'. Headley agreed with Chic ago';'May'6r''RfcMrd' Daley that tl6n'S Dta.nn1'Green e c ia;lis'personnel, Educa- jtfee, pwrotetii: $nhe property!the ovaGW., thliltebutburoaucraficredtape'hasappaitntly' VfiII"> il| )
looters should,be shot and even, killed. This smacks of p .Gabel/who tad expressed a willingness to sell -: project;; ; /bebause I v
Services was recently namedto residents bitter of
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'; total irresponsibility to us. to Metro,.then sold the property to Tb$'Br e e .Many;of the are
the NCO Airmen Council a rightfullyclaim
inaction:
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the'county's ey :
Should a policeman who sees a youngster take something Haven Home Development. Co.. of Broward '
position no other WAF has belgbborhoodbutraCher .
not
that this IS a ghetto
window shoot him because of '
out a broken store front or County '' '
ever held. anf residential
middle uPPer' Income
'. it? We think not. Subsequently, the'comIJUlY applied for and, a ,
,
Airman Green is scheduledto Dade can be. proud of .
Headley's statement -- in agreement Daleywas attend the next meeting of received tentative approval' for, subdivision :area -<> one County ,

totally irresponsile and he knows it. the NCO Airmen Council. It plat which would enable it to build single family The situation vividly points out that ghetto
We have had peaceful racial and community relationsfor will mark the first time a WAF residencies. 200 feet, and the remainderof dwelling Negroes'are not the only Negroes being
years in Dade County, but with people like Walter has ever held this position and the five-acre tract could be used for four- overlooked by the downtown'power struc .:

Headley, ths could soon end. a part of the Council.She unit apartment buildings, right in the middleof ture.,This typically points up to difference in
; This kind of leadership from a police chief cannot and is presently filling an ,a upper middle class neighborhood. of single the county's attitude between need of a neighborhood
should not be tolerated by this city's citizens any longer. administrative position at family residences', and ,the, response by the county Lathers -
We cannot. Selifridge Air Force Base. Metro' 'claims i It; did not learn of the, sale oftIlo' to fulfill.this' need, ;
It has only been through the fine cooperation of white A native of Miami,she grad- laad ufitil MrS.''Georgia Jones, militantBtrowoeville'communlty ,Many citizens have said they will picket ifthe "I,
and Negro leaders that things have been able to remain: uated from North Dade Senior ; leader, ,noticed the owner ""attempts to build housing units bn
calm and quiet after our chief has opened his mouth again. High School in 1964. She was djwas: 'being'cleared off by a housing' con the"'')jiaik"site;! ,Unfortunately; );the county has'

The fine work of the Comminity Relations Board and an honor graduate, placing in "&ti ctifia com pa b'l"; She? then'1 called County" :probably. already lost their..chance to purchasethe
community leaders will be null, if this man is continued ..Mager'a''PoitHomer'sofficeBrownsville"'1f \'.; ',: property; ; W V: ; '/, v; \ ; ,
the top ten of her class with a :
in the position of police chief. 3.1 overall average.She attended : 'ft:.;*:.::...:*.:."t""Wli".w'.. : V ,"! '1I''f' ** { -" --I ,' , ..: .___nA. ;:.: : _. _

To think that an officer would take the command of sucha Miami Dade Junior !pwwww-re. : ::: : :: :::;:::::::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:::;:;:;:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:!o :::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:::::::::.:.::: ':':':-:':':':':':':': '
man"to shoot or kill anyone looting" is outrageous. We
cannot tolerate this man's,actions any longer. College for two years, study-

Therefore must ask and demand: that the City Commission I ing'engineering.Miss Green was baptized at I Pool Still II |
immediately ask for the resignation of Walter .
the First Baptist Church Opa-
Headley. If he does not give it,he should and must be fired. ,
locks and was active mt1mber
an -
I We need good police leadership from the chief of Dade's
there. She is theprouddaughter |
largest city,we obviously cannot get it from Headley. Perhaps of Miss Flora B. I 7 Months Away
.', he could learn a few lessons from Dade Sheriff Wil-
I Green of 2311 NW 152nd St.,
son Purdy in "community relations.; He certainly needs Opa-locka. -,.'0;:, :: L
the lessons The badly needed swimming A Miami Times headline of Last spring when juvenile

pool promised Brownsville September 2, 1966 implored problems skyrocketed in the
Negroes last spring by the "County Should Build Browns- once placid Brownsville area,
Metro Commission is still ville pool Now." A meetingwas and it looked like we might
seven months from becominga held November 14 with have a "hot summer," Metro
Dr. Abernathy Presents Poor reality. representatives from the installed two three-feet deep

County Manager's office, portable swimming pools on
This fact was disclosed on Parks and RecreationDepartment the ca mpus of Browsville Jun-

Tuesday by the County Man- Community Relations ior High School. They explained -
; Demands In Capital Monday ager's office when The Times Board Miami Housing Authority to the residents of the area

sought some answer for angry EOPI and the Browns- that there was not enough time
ATLANTA, Ga.- Rev. Dr. ther King Jr. was assassinated Monday, April 29: Dr.Aber- and impatient residents who ville Improvement Association tp build a permanent pool to
d Ralph David Abernathy,presi- ; a wagon train of poor peo- nathy and about,100 poor people have accused the Commis- be in use by summer, but assured ,
dent of the Southern Christian ple through the South;a shanty from throughout the nation sioners of procrastination in them the facility wouldbe
Leadership Conference town Washington; move- and other national leaders begin furnishing recreational facil- ready for the summer of
i (SCLC), Monday revealed detailed ments of people to Washingtonfrom presenting demands to ities for their area. At this time thousands of 1968. Budgeted for the pool at
residents from the
plans for the poor Peo all parts of the United government officials and Con new Negro this time was$125,000.Anad-
pie's Campaign, whichistobethe States; a huge march on Washington gressional leaders. The groupof Target date for completionof Expressway and Urban Re- ditional $125,000 was also
and the proposed pool to be builton newal area of the Central Negro sought from the Federal
:, most missive and militant ; continued escalat- 100 will do this for three Gov-
nonviolent movement inhis- ing demonstrations in the Na- NW 24th Avenue and 49th St. District were moving ernment under the Open lce

l tion's Capital.Dr. days.Wednesday night, May 1: is October of this year. The wholesale into the Brownsville Program.

tory.The Campaign, starting Abernathy, the closest Mass meeting in Memphis. architect was only com- community and everyone
April 29 with presentation of associate and friend of Dr. Thursday morning, May 2: missioned to design the pool agreed that a swimming pool Much of the responsible
', Poor people's demands: to King for 13 years and his successor Dr. Abernathy will lay a memorial last week and this normally should be. a top priority pro- leadership and practically all
t government officials in Washington as SCLC President, star in cement on the bal- takes 60 days. Advertisingforbids ject. Studies and surveys were of the young militants are
D. C., includes a march will lead the start of all major cony outside Room 306 of the takes30 days and four ordered and more meetingswere claiming that this action is the
from Morn phi s, Tenn.,from activities in the Campaign both Lorraine: Motel in Memphis, months is required for construction held -- but no act Ion was same old runaround of the

the spot where Dr. Martin Lu- in the outside Washington. Continued On Page 16 taken. past.



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this happen to us? planning boards, and lending his . >,-
Could our families? To our support to community efforts ., .
of life? Could this to lick the problem.And .

happen to America the beautiful? there are things he can do
Well, look around. You can see : ;vJv.'; Scl;'';jc: personally.As .
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signs of it this very moment in f 4;3 r.
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.v.; Q}rt:;; ; start interested
%t+ w:% :i:4'rx: : a groups are
major city in this country.You .qTti::
every ::x}.r: ) .
!S}:oy.y\}: .:., f'tii.a :., )ti; working in cooperation with local
can see it in the slums, in the :.<} "f4:> ; 4jy.
jobless, in the crime rate. In our ..+ } labor unions in helping young ghetto
tf residents of Newark Cleveland
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polluted air, in our.foul rivers and
,,,. Buffalo and Brooklyn to enterthe
harbors and lakes. You can see it in ;r;. }
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our.roads strangled with traffic. 9r'{,r:,;{..ryi. ..;:'.'.'c building and construction trades.
iY.c:3iffftyi r recruiting, screening,counselingand
You know the problems confrontingour .
."ff. }:j! tutoring, they have already
cities. Now we must all do r.t4iK3; ;!} S .,
helped 250 men from the Brooklynarea
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something about it. While there is K
.rr.Y.. ,. r. :. w.r. ., alone to gain union
still time. Before our cities become %% @ }
unfit places in which to live. }.r membership.As .
a a start, a former auto worker has
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are the life,insurance formed a committee which will
Why so concerned? soon have Watts citizens farmingsome

business involves It's everybody's problem. Business, The Fairchild Hiller Corporation, 30 acres for themselvesfor
people. Our service is security for labor, private citizens. Negro and working with the Model Inner City profit

their future. Unless the problems of white alike. Community Organization, is As a start, individuals, local
our cities can be'solved, we are So everyone is needed to solve it. establishing a wood products plantin businessmen, and corporations in
dismayed at the prospect of greater Help is needed in building and Washington, D.C. that will St. Louis have contributed over
personal tragedy and at the improving housing, creating' eventually be communityownedwith $150,000 1 to a neighborhood ,
economic consequences.The job-training centers, reevaluating newly employed slum organization to rehabilitate slum .
alarm has already been hiring practices, participating in residents sharing in profits. dwellings and make,possible
sounded. By the President of the community programs of health Agroupof life insurance companies resident ownership -
United States. By concerned peopleall and education. has made a commitment to invest

over America. America's life Here are some efforts already 1 billion dollars for housing and up to all of us. ,
insurance companies-so long a under way: jobs in slum areas. More than It's cities have become .
now one '
part of the American scene and one-third of this has already been ;
As a start Detroit auto companieshave the greatest challenges :: '. "
quite probably of life-are
own
your earmarked for
specific projects.
hired 30,000 facing this ',
some country. We feel." 'I'
voices
adding their to a call for
action. We hope that call can help ghetto residents.As Many other businesses throughoutthe America has the means to face .,;',
persuade men of good will, as a start, Aerojet-General country are taking up this call this challenge and win. -
businessmen and as private Corporation bought an abandoned to action. But it's only a beginning What about you? Whether you are ,
individuals, to act and act now. plant in Watts, staffed it with 430 To make a truly effective beginningall moved to act out of compassion or .'
unskilled employees and secureda businesses and industries must self interest
Concerted action be do act. For whoeveryou
now can
2.5 million-dollar Defense help. For the cost will be huge.
are, whatever do In
effective. For the very cities that are you you,
suffering most have at their Department contract.As your own way, can help. And

command human and economic a start, United States Gypsum can the individual you can begin today.
resources unmatched anywhereelse Company has rehabilitated 12 slum What do?
in this world. Now it is up to all tenements (250 units) in Harlem the private citizen For suggestions/ about kinds of
of us to see to it that these resourcesare and is now engaged in other must educate himself to the constructive action you, your
put to constructive use. projects in Chicago and Cleveland. dimensions of the problem. By business, religious, social, or civic .
organization can take, send for the
The Avco Economic reading. By listening to what his
Systems
free
booklet, "Whose Crisis?. . '
business and own civic leaders have to
can Corporation recently opened a say. Yours."
What do? printing plant in Roxbury, By pondering what responsible .. i.
job of rehabilitatingour Massachusetts, with 69 employees.The broadcast and newspaper \'ray,
cities, of making them fit for all operation marks the beginningof leadership recommends 277 Institute Park of Avenue Life Insurance ',.4' ,
to live in, must rest primarily with a training and permanent. He can take a further step in New York
government. But it's a job too big employment program for an joining citizens' organizations, N.Y. 10017 .
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I II NAACP Lauds Lindsay's Polity' Condemns Daily's' "Shoot"" Order \I\ ::1 1 1NEW


YORK.- Mayor JohnV. York City Mayor, dispatched ling." persons. As aconsequence, commission on civil disorders cannot be stamped out by an of- ':
Lindsay's rejection of the Thursday April 18, Mr. Wilkins The full text of Mr.Wilklns'
both the of the warned the of of
reports New against use excessive policy killing on sight
uso of excessive police forcein lauded his position on riot telgram follows; Jersey Commission examin- force by policing unless our governments become ,:11:11ficial
riots
has been praised by control condemned the Chi- National Association for
; ing into the Newark riot and units. Looting and the terrible at the same moment gar- \
Roy Wilkins, executive direc- cago order, that "vests In the, Advancement of Colored People -
that
tor of the National of the national advisory and cowardly crime of arson rison states. :I
Associationfor
police the power of life or applauds your statementthat
the Advancement of Colored death over persons who, in NewYorkCity will not joinin
People, who, at the same their snap Judgment, are any policy which calls for l
time, reiterated condemnation arsonists;" asserted that the shooting children in a civil .
of Mayor Richard J. Da crimes of looting and arson disorder situation. We have
ley's order to "shoot to kill "cannot be and must not be strongly condemned widely
arsonists" and "shoot to condoned;" and warned that publicized announcement that i
maim looters." these cannot be stamped out Chicago police have been Instructed oih ,
telegram to the New by an official policy of kilo to shoot to kill arsonists "
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Summer Of Recreation order vests in the police the
power of life or death over
persons who, In their snap
Jobs, Education PlannedA judgment, are arsonists. The I II I
legal[ penalty for these crimes,
summer program of jobs, recreation and education for once a suspect has been arrested -
disadvantaged youths was revealed by Dade County officials tried and convicted,is
this week. not death or maiming for life

The program, called Operation SPEED, is headed by Com- intensive investigations in I
munity Relations Board executive director Robert Simms.He cities where disorders occur-
is serving as coordinator of the Youth Opportunity Program. red in 1967 revealed that under
w? _
The emphasis, Simms said, $60,000 for the camp. stress many law enforcement ,Ih f tfr
will be on youth this year. officers, state and local, made v
Youths..particularly disad- More than 1,200 hard-core grievous errors which resulted Ej:,
vantaged youngsters -- will unemployed will be trained in a in> the killing of innocent
program called the Concentrated .b
help plan, execute, and eval-
uate the program which is expected Employment:: Program rH Human
It will be operated by the Economic Rights
to cost more than $3.2
Opportunity ProgramInc.
million -
and is expected tocost (o.f.r..cI

the Summer past, programs will continue, unlike $2.5 million Construction Industry Awards ScholarshipThe ,I

throughout the year in an effort The United Fund Is sponsor : To Hear
to have on-going year- ing a summer program for Construction Industry perse his funds personally.A dustry.
round programs for the ghetto "unemployables' which will BrayMN- Program for the South Florida condition of each scholar-
youngsters.Youth train 150 har d- core youth. I "t h '" ) "kflM:\ '*'tr: area has chosen deserving ship award requires each stu- Pictured above left to right;
councils will be set This program is expected to young men from its ranks and dent to maintain a passing Bernard Rubin,business man-
up in the nine War on Poverty cost $25,000. Mr. Harold L. Braynon,well have awarded each funds for grade, or better, In each of his ager Local Union 478; and
centers. The councils will The Girl Scouts have donated known Miami attorney, will be college scholarship toward subjects. Each semester's award winners; Anthony
have a big voice In the pro- two camping sites for'use a speaker at the Conference on furthering their education. grades are submitted to the Tayl or, Tuskegee Institute;
jects.It as day camps during the sum- Human Rights, to beheld at the This Is another one, of the trustees for review. Gary Goldstein, University of
will assume the responsibility mer, and the City of Miami will Sheraton-Four AmbassadorsHotel many services the industry Miami; Jessee Pruitt,University -
of choosing persons develop two neighborhoodyouth on June 21-22,and sponsored Program provides for its par The South Florida Chapterof of Florida; Jeffery Hillman -
for employment in the com centers.The centers are by the Baha'i Community ticipants. Upon receipt of an the Associated General University of Chicago;
munity and then keeping tabson expected to be patterned after of Miami in cooperation application, a board of trus- Contractors, and the Laborers Gladstone Hunter, Florida
their record. The Advisory Committee of with the North AmericanBaha'i tees screen the applicant to Local Union #478, along'with A&M; Joseph Caleb,president
Dade County is one of 50 of Liberty City Youth's center.. office for Human Rights determine if he Is qualified. all other signatories to the Local Union #478; Pau 1 H.
the Metropolitan areas chosen The city will also give (NABOHR). When,approval is granted, the Construction Industry Pro- Hinds, executive director-
for the special program.: ,TACOLCY sufficient funds to Mr. Braynon recently Trustees underwrite semes- gram welcome this oppor- Associated General Contractor -
"We have to give our young maintain the center throughthe signed as Assistant States Attorney ter cost payments for the tunity to be of service to the ; and oseph Matthews,
people, a chance to make it," summer. General In Tallahassee school year. It is the responsibility people In its betterment and secretary and treasur Local
said SimnH. "It's importantthat The National Alliance of to return to private practice. of the student to dis- benefit of the Construction In- Union 478.
Businessmen has a quota of 2-,
we give them a. piece of
600 jobs for hard-core youthsin Also speaking will be Rav.
the action. private industry.William August H. Vanden Bosche,
More emphasis in the program Raven, the local chairman, executive director of the FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT
will be on jobs, recrea- Florida Council
onHunun
said his had
tion and education. group already MODERATE RATES-CALL
lations.
reached 24 cent of its
per goal.
Some of the major proposalsof .
The Dade School Board will The Conference will consist ,
the program are: :i
also keep most of thet schools of aworkshoponPrejudiceand BONDED I
Operation of a two-week open this summer: especiallyIn Human Rights, the most in. ,
sidential camping site on facilities the disadvantaged neighbor portant issueInAmericatoday.
of seminary with hoods. '

dormitory space. The t.1:: hlelJ.'u; d:' RENTAL
ties Include an facfl1-1 t \. :Q,
swimming pool,
courts, etc. This phase of the AGENCY
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program is capable, officials : :
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I I Another Delay On

To Be Equal

I Brownsville Pool
By Whitney Young, jr.

Offlc.i 6S30NW 15th Ave., Miami, Fla. 331.47-Phonel 691-0421 County Manager Porter Homer revealed to The Miami Times Executive Director
National Urban
this for the Brownsville area League
week that the long-awaited pool
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher the
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor will be ready by October.must again ask the reason for

STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor delay in action by the county. .
Metro officials used two portable swimming pools last sum A Time For ActionSince
National Advertising Representative mer, promising Brownsville residents that the new, perma-
Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. nent pool would be ready for the youngsters this summer. But, the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King jr.
,
310 Madison my
Avenue New York N. Y. 10017
alas, DO pool. desk has been overflowing with mail, mostly from
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association whites,
2400 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 The architectual study is Just starting now.This designing, It falls into two broad categories. The first is from people
', planning and surveying is expected to last GOdays.Itwouiaseem who just want to say how S 0 r r y they are that the tragedy hap.

ONE ,YEAR 5.00 SUBSCRIPTION- SIX MONTHS -RATES$3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 plans and designs from another pool could be used, be- pened. As far as Tm concerned, this is not enough. Negroes
cEntered of the urgency of this pool for the Brownsville area. have had the sympathy of well-meaning whites for years, and
as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post It would seem fruitless to us to have a swimming pool com- it has done them little good.
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 pleted In October. Generally, who's going to use it that time Many who are so full of sympathy today never wrote a Congressman -

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The of year? Not many of the residents, you can be assured of that. to get a civil rights law passed; they never lifted
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead Therefore, what real use would it serve during these months? finger to help get Negroes Jobs and decent housing and a
the world from racial and national when the thousands ; their
it
accords
antagonism will be
demand by
None really. The pool's greatest
the climate of racism
create which
silence helped led .
to every man regardless of his race creed or color his human That's a madman
and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man..the Negro of youngsters out of school during the summer. to pull' th.!.:lrigger that killed a great man of peace.
Press strives to help every man in the firm belief that all men when we need that pool in Brownsville. The other letters come from those who are genuinely
ire hurt as long as is held back.Ie concerned -
anyone the
As far back as September, 1966 The Times called for with the future of our country. "What can I do?' they
erection of a pool in the Brownsville area, but now -- a year ask. They tell of being silent for too long, and they honestly
ditor's otebooh and a half later -- the pool is still in the drawing stages. want to know how they can help bring equality to Negro citizensand
Again, it seems to be that age-old story of promises, promises decency to the nation.In .
and little or no action by the county fathers. Metro's bur- this tragic period, they offer the nationhope. Thexvast up.
OUR ACCIDENT TOLL eaucratic red tape seems to have felled another pro ject for the tapped resources of the silent, decent people have been awakened

Negro community. They know that this is not a time for vague sympathy, but
Dade County's deaths from accidents for 1968 now total 1U Though hesitant initially about the feasibility of districts, for action. And they know that the passage of a civil rights bill
as of April 23. That is 42 more than what we had last year for we are becoming more and more convinced of their advisability doesn't begin to pay the debt this nation owes its conscience
the same period. It must make one wonder If some of these it the Negro community is tohavea voice on the Commission People can start right in their own homes.They have to examine .
could not have been avoided. We are not In a position to say perhaps then, the Ills of the community will be more what they teach their children. I don't mean teaching
because some things can happen over which the driver has no readily understood and solved by the county fathers. them that nice people don't use certain words to describe Negroes

control. -- even bigots today know that vulgarity Is bad form. But
However, strict adherence to the traffic laws might pre- they have to teach their children positive democratic values.
vent many accidents, and perhaps, save lives. Racism In Miami Planning? They can't do this unless they themselves set the examplefor
Parents or guardians should be always watchful at outingson their children 1 They have to reach out for friends and
our beeches. Let the children enjoy themselves, but even neighbors of all backgrounds. They have to treat their household
Is there racism in the planning of a "new and revitalized"downtown
swimming, especially by one self, is dangerous. Keep an eyeon "
the swimmers.At Miami? help with the same respect they want for themselves. And
they shouldn't exploit Negro household help by paying less thana
home be careful, especially with the little ones. Keep After hearing the presentation of planner Constantine Doxi-
matches and inflammables out of their reach.Really, children adis which called for a $100 million rebuilding of the down- living wage.
should never be left alone. town business district, we must ask that question. They can use their standing in their community to support
Doxiadis, who provided a comprehensive plan to beautify democratic values. They can fight for textbooks which accu-

OUR BUS DRIVERS downtown Miami, did not deal with the fringe or surroundingareas rately reflect the contributios Negroes have made. Theycan
of downtown Miami--that area known the Central Ne- speak out at PTA meetings, neighborhood associations, and

Metro's bus drivers are asking for a salary increase of 10 gro District. other community groups to convince others of the justness of
per cent and a four-hour reduction in the work-week. MTA has It seems there was an abrupt end to his plan when he reached their cause.It .
recommended reducing the drivers'average work week from the edge of this Negro community. We must ask why. is immoral to talk about equality and then go to an all-
48 hours to 44 hours with overtime pay at time-and-a-half for We would hasten to remind the City of Miami officials that white country club or take kids out of the public schools instead
all hours over forty. the area regarded as that most sorely in need of revitaliation of trying to make the schools better.It's immoral to accept
The drivers want the four-hour reduction in the work-week, Is not the downtown Miami area.It is, in fact, the Central Ne- the fact of an all-white neighborhood instead of helping
and at the same time a ten per cent increase in wages. MTA gro ghetto we have downtown. This Is where our most urgent Negro families to move in.
officials estimate this would cost an additional $500,000. cries for help are coming from, and this is the way it should People can work through church groups to teach their fellow

U the Increase is made,. bus fare would be increased five be.We church-goers lessons in morality. They can help get their onions
cents. approve and applaud the effort of Doxiadis,but we must and employers to take action to recruit Negro workers.
realistically give our ghetto community first; priority li OT: They can write their local papers and legislators and let them
REV. POWELL
IN
HOSPITAL revitalization program. anything less might very well know that they support equality. tithe Birchers can write these

Former Congressman Adam Clayton Powell, who has been Jeopardize all of the years of the community relations we have letters and can influence public opinion, why can't the decent

comfortably domiciled at Bimini, Bahamas for some time, is enjoyed in Dade County.Let people? I assume there are enough pens to go around.
us all join In this effort to solve the social ills of those
now in the Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami. He enteredon less fortunate--thereby clearing the for fine None of this takes much effort. For those of you who want to
way programs as
Sunday. His condition is considered satisfactory. suggested by Doxiadis. devote the time and energy which will make more of a difference -

there are hundreds of things you can volunteer for, from
HUMPHREY FOR PRESIDENTAt simple tutoring to more complex tasks. You can go to your
Florida Should Be Ashamed local Urban League or NAACP chapter and volunteer for numerous

last Vice-PresidentHubertf.Humphreyhasmade known important projects.But .
his Intention of seeking nomination for the office of Presidentof The power structure of Florida should have been more than
the United States. ashamed when they read the Citizens Board of Inquiry's reporton Negro citizens have to work for change too. It won't just

The Vice-President notes that be has served as a peacemaker people going hungry in the United States. While the richest fall from the heavens, and it certainly won't come from grumb-
as chairman of the Senate Subcommittee on Disarmament country in the world spends billions in aiding foreign coun- ling about the system. The system has to be beaten, and the
Agency as leader in the fight for the nuclear test ban treaty.He tries, and more billions in subsidizing rich American farmers way to do it is to beat it at its own game.

sees the need to limit the arms race. Quite a record. programs here, people are in necessary.256 counties are so hungry that emergency food That means organizing effective power, economically and

politically. It means getting the whole community together to
Most to Floridians
DR. KING'S MEMORIAL startling was that eight of these counties
were in our fiar and highly affluent state.The eight, all located ring about change, and it means making small sacrifices to
in get big gains. If white youngsters could get haircuts and shave
Senator Hugh Scott of Pennsylvania has proposed a million the backward Northern Pork Chop territory of the state, their
commemorative are Flagler,Gadsden,Hamilton,Hernaado Jefferson beards to win NewHampsire and Wisconsin for Gene Mc-
Martin Luther King 50-cent pieces be minted Liberty,
and sold to help educate the underprivileged under a bill he has Suwannee and Washington. Half of the population in each of Carthy, then Negro militants can tone down their extremismand
introduced.The these counties lives In deep poverty. stop carping at other Negroes who are fighting hard to

coins would bear the profile of Rev.King and be sold at Unless our lawmakers have ice water In their veins, there bring about equal opportunities
par value to the Dr. MartinLuther King Jr.Fund at Atlanta's must be a great deal of soul searching going on in the minds
Morehouse College. The fund would be permitted to resell the of elected officials from these counties.

coins and use the profits to educate the underprivileged.Ye Phil OssoferEgypt I
Editor believes this is a splendid memorial tribute to
Get
Out
Of
Dr. King and will be welcomed by the public in general. Slums,

CHURCH UNIONIn "It's Your at the time of the en- and fire, (among others) the
Move"Operation slavement of the Hebrews was most devastating of which is

an affluent nation. but because the fire of hate and prejudice.
Dallas, Texas, a mammoth Methodist Church has been Equality, a pro- downtown, Miami Springs, of itsenslavement
formed, known as the United Methodist Church.At ban League, has distributedthe Southwest and Northwest Mi- of these
the ceremony, the 10,289,000-member Methodist Church fourth monthly Housing ami. children of God,it suffered ten When God sends a Prophetto
and the 745,000member Evangelical United Brethren Church Bulletin, titled "It's Your plagues when its ruler earth, there are two reac-
(Pharoah) hardened his heart tions. One is that of an over-
merged to form the United Methodist Church. Move. The Bulletin consistsof Anyone who would like a bul-
listings of apartments and letin or further informationabout rather than set them free. whelming love for God in the

houses for rent and sale, that Operation hearts of those who recognizeHim
Equality
have an established call or visit one of our four may I see a parallel here In inspiring them to go forthas
PRIME MOVERThe Occupancy" policy. There is neighborhood offices where America today. Our govern- His disciples to spread
also a list of realtors who have housing a ment is set up to be ruled by God's Word amongst mankind.The .
real heroes of legislative battles are often unseen and agreed to cooperate with offer assistance.representative will the people, so instead of a other is that of hate and
unsung. Too often the kudos and hurrahs go to those who are clients of Operation Equality. and telephones The addresses single ruler, we are allin fury In the hearts of those who
most visible, while the prime movers go unpraised.A special Included is general informa- 12 Ave.,358-2226and6740NW are; 536SW theroy at least), the rulers of blindly reject Him. God
salute is in order,we think, Clarence Mitchell for the part tion regarding practices that 15th Ave. this great land. The similarity hardens their hearts, andpla-
he played in bringing the latest civil rights bill to enactment 691-3811also3378 I
see between that the days
are common to all aspects of Douglas Rd. Egypt of gues follow. Witness
-- and for the part be has played in the adoption of every civil 448-6268 and old and the America
apartment "hunting' in Mia- 2338 Al Baba Ave. of today of Moses and Jesus.
rights' measure for more that a decade_past.Clarence Mitchell mi. 685-0342. lies in the fact that of
The many our
is the director of theWashington bureau of the NAACP and the Many of the homes listed are Bulletin at the may also be obtained "rulers" have hardened their The plagues of our day are
chief lobbyist for the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights.It in housing developments of League central Urban hearts rather than set their well described by Jesus and
was he who persisted, when others faltered, in convictionthat new construction, as in South- 377-3681.Office, 395 NW 1st St., d ark- skinned brethren free are recorded in the 24th Chap-
a full-scale visioncould be enacted in this session of Con- west Miami. Several developments peration The services of Op- from the yoke of segregation. ter of Matthew. HOW long will
gress. It was he whose faith in Congress and the American are given for the North- invitation Equality are free An the hearts of the present-day
people steadfastly thwarted and denied failure.A 11 Americans west area. residents is extended to all Like Pharoah,they are blind Pharoahs remain hardened?
are in debt to him. Apartments are scattered to learn how the pro- to God's will, and like Egypt, What awful plague must come
Post gram may help them find bet- our land peopleGo
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Washington over a wide area including ter housing beset with many before they "Let MY
accommodations Plagues, such as war, rioting ?"



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By John A. Diaz
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BLACK POLITICAL POWER IN FLORIDATne sense

influence of the Negro vote In Florida is so powerfulthat ofcfytij
it can nominate candidates in the primaries, provided it
is used wisely.
From the officeof Mr. Tom Adams, Secretary of State, this r
writer has Just received the figures of the State's registered
voters. There are 285,045 Negroes registered to vote in Florida ..I
((1967 figures), and 1,681,326 whites who are registered to
vote. These numbers show that in a close election (or nomI- 1'f
nation) the Negro vote can tip the scale for the victors. I
The white candidates know this,and therefore,they are very \L
anxious to win some Negro votes. Some of these candidates
have been madetothinkbysome"Negroleaders' that the Ne- '
gro votes can be delivered by certain Negro groups or individuals !929-S8 4 J4'1411111aIream. ;
1 From the office of Mr. Tom Adams 3r
For the U. S. Senate, there are two white Democratic can- 1- t fir.
didates, LeRoy Collins and Earl Faircloth. One of them will -
be nominated for the seat being vacated by George Smathers, 1L 7d
"a do-nothing-for-Negroes senator, most Negroes think. I
Well, one thing is sure,Smathers will be replaced by another / r ; iuiilr/h
white senator. To this corner, Faircloth and Collins are I
Tareedledee and Tweedledum, neither of them has manifestedany -- -
intention of doing any more than the other Southern senators a
who have habitually, methodically, and "forcibly' voted .
against all civil rights legislations in the senate. /l y r ;k{(}
This anti-Negro voting records of Southern, senators and ?v' r
soma Northern ones, too, are not due to Negrophobia, but to / : t I Coy&
the racism of rural rednecks who will try to defeat any Sena- '. I tried to !

t tor who voted for so-called civil rights laws. _:: so'nebo1f1

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I In the Miamiarea,there are six Negroes who are candidatesfor
school board; state legislature; and the Metro CommisSion 1J1UialthlIP..IN'; !: IKON \\.ILL COMBINE!) \KITH!! INTEGRITY OF PUHPJSg 1

I This corner can not pick candidates,but we must advise
I Negro voters that they should try their best to elect a Negro to -
the Metro Commission, where there is no Negro representation. "I I I( I. ot l I t OOlIlOPPOnTIJNITY f

A.Negro should be elected to the State legislature, because Legal H
there is not a Negro there, even though we have a fine Ameri BMtf'MB
! can-Chinese The School board should have a well qualified ((1 ServicesBY
f Negro. The reason for our preferring Negroes in the positions M
By Booker T. Ha es
: Leo Adderly
aforementioned is that Negroes knowNegroes' problems better Center Attorney' --
than the whites in these offices.It .
is our hop e that a large number of white voters will see Is It Possible To
the necessity of Negroes in elective offices and that they will
vote didates.for Negroes when they are voting for the other white can- ,Concealing Property Under Lie
I If the 52,000 registered Negro voters of Dade County couldgo In Florida all sales of personal property, e.g., Automobiles, t ,IL
to the polls andvoteastheyshould, instead bf staying away furniture, clothing, etc., subject to a written conditional sales Righteousness has always appeared to be the one virture
. in lethagy, th Negro candidates could be nominated then elect- contract, under which title is retained by the seller, or is sub- mankind has been unable to really accept. I say mankind, because -
I ed.In ject to a lien, come within the provisions of the Concealment we are all credited with the mood, achievements, and
county-wide elections in Jacksonville,Negroes have been Under Lien Law.r failures of our particular period.When history is written,
t elected. So it is up to Miami Negroes to show their togetherness The Concealment Under Lien Law makes it a crime for a every individual included in the census of that period is a partof
, and the whites to show their cooperation elect a Ne- purchaser to remove personal property from a county whereit the statistics applied to that era. As a result of past deeds
gro to each of these offices,the school board; the State legis- is covered by a lien,or where a written sales contract cov- recorded in history we are able to compare periods by study-
lature; and the Metro Commission. It can be done. Let's do it. ering the purchase was entered into without the written con- ing the records and accounts which remain.By doing so, each
1 sent of the seller or lienholder. The law further provides thata of us can associate ourselves with a particular period of the
RACISM IS NOT CONFINED TO THE SOUTHLAND buyer, or one having possession of such property, shall not past where we feel our attitudes,desires,ambitions could
hide, conceal, or transfer it with intent to defeat or hinder the have been better utilized. Generations following ours will be
Anyone who has travelled enough throughout these United enforcement of the lien, or the recovery of the property by the making the same comparisons, and it seems our period will
States knows that racism is not confined to the Southland, not seller. The penalty provision of the statute (law) provides a standout as the era of hate. Unless we put forth an effort to
by a long shot.Philadelphia. maximum fine of $500. or a maximum sentence of one year. rectify some of the damage our period has produced, few ex-
is called the "cradle of American liberty.' It aminers of history will want to associate themselves with a
is there that the Declaration of Independence was signed, as The originally intended purpose of this law was to protect period as violent as ours.
you know.It automobile dealers and other merchants from ill-intentioned
is Philadelphia, however, that has the most brazen form purchasers. However,easy credit merchants,and others,have Any man, who by virture of his own admissions and deeds,
I of racial intolerance we have ever heard of. Here is situated found ways of misusing law for their own ulterior purposes prove himself to be a disciple of love and truth, must acceptthe
) a school called Girard College. It is 120 years old. But thereis not intended by the law. fact that in a world such as this in which we live he is expected -
not a single Negro student there, simply because in the will Unscrupulous creditors misuse this criminal statute to col- to pay the supreme sacrifice. Not only is it expected,
of the philanthropist, Stephen Girard, is written "for white lect civil debts.The following example is typical of the methods but it is usually the sentence some element of society will decree -
male orphans, between the ages of 6 and 10 years.' used to collect the debt: A buyer purchases a television set as the punishment for such a crime.Hate-mongers have
1 The defenders of this sort of racism say that you can not under a conditional sales contract that provides for monthly been a part of society since its beginning, but a check of the
) change a man's will. Suppose Girard had said, "for children installments. A short time later the seller allows the buyerto records will show that most of them were responsible for their
coming to the school only in horse drawn carriages, would make an additional purchase on credit.The buyer finds that own fate. Now, check the records and see how many advocatesof
. children going to the school in white Mustangs admitted? he has overextended himself, and cannot continue making the love and brotherhood have been litterally slaughtered as a
payments as provided by the contract. Thereupon, the seller result of their beliefs, and you will find there Is no comparison. -
ORCHIDS AND BOUTONNAIRES turns the deliquent account over to a collection agency. The .
collection agent executes an affidavit in court charging the
buyer with concealing property under lien, and a warrant for Each of us must share the responsibility of each of these
the buyer's arrest duly issues. Usually, such affidavits are affronts to God, because we are part of the society which allowed -
executed by the creditor, or his collection agent,against sev- them to happen. We cry and mourn when these acts are
.q' eral persons at the same tim, and warrants issued for their committed, but once the initial shock is absorbed and acceptedas
: arrests. Thereafter, a law enforcement officer, accom an actuallity, we return to what we consider our normal or
,' 'f-ro" panied byaprivate collection agent, proceeds to make the expected manner of living. Nothing of real significance has
rounds arresting the people 'change! in the warrants.Sometimes really happened, because its effect on our everyday lives has
,.1-<, this is done late at night,or early in the morning before had no meaning, because nothing has really changed.The .

the court opens. After the arrests are nude,these people are
taken to the stationhouse where bail is arranged; or after wait- remaining good doers, and those who claim to see the
ing several hours in that office the person is released.The wisdom of his ways offer suggestions and seek solutions to
I collection agent then takes the person into custody against his I prevent such things from happening again, but their main objective -
will, and drives him to a relative where arrangements can be is to select another leader. Thus, setting the stage for
.' ,.1 : made to pay the collection agent money; thereby affecting the another 0 f the incidents they want to prevent. There is a so-
person's release.Prerequisites lution, however, but no select group of leaders are going to be
HENRY RICHARDSON able to bring it about. We must each make ourselves an ad-
MRS. MR. for invoking the use Bf the statute are; (i) vocate of love and peace. We must live,preach, and act out of
notification by the seller to the buyer produce property sub-
Woodie Liles love far one another.We must create so many disciples of love
that A.
Reports reaching this corner is Judge the bench that he deserves ject to the lien,or contract inspection; ((2)) a failure, or and peace that it will not be necessary for one man to offer
has been doing such a magnificent job on
refusal by the buyer to produce. Rarely are these prerequi-
Court to replace a himself as an example of a principle. We must make the tar-
promotion to the Florida Supreme sites met before the creditor invokes the use of this statute.
well. gets so numerous that we discourage the would-be elimina-
judge there who hasn't done so
Mrs. Marian Henry, the schoolm'm who was instrumentalin If you have been charged and arrested under this statute, or tors.
making the Easter Egg Hunt a huge success, for her devo- know someone who has, contact a lawyer. Because in not com-
tion to her brother, Charlie Hadley, who promoted and con- plying with the statute the creditor-seller subjects himself We could offer greater tribute to Martin Luther King, than
ducted the festivities. be sued by the debtor-buyer. accepting the principles by which he lived and died as a way of

Walter Richardson, the young copywriter at Sears Roebuck's Further, you should urge your state legislators to repeal life, and just giving it half or one-third enthusiasm he put
for the manner in which he forth. We then might Just make it through this generation with-
advertising department, grand this law; because it is misused by creditors, and is oppressiveto
comports himself among his co-workers. debtors particularly the poor. out the need of another single example of truth, love and peace.





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Vizcaya will open its formal Museum Week (April 23-30))is
BY CLARICE LITTLES -
Miami Times Society Editor \ gardens from 7:30 p.m. to 25 cents per person and free
r 10:00 p.m. this Friday and Saturday parking is located Inside for BY PRISCILLA REDDING

There's a new member of Juses and Clarence Cooper's clan. (April 26-27) to the all spectators. Vizcaya is located --- -.c

He is Dwayne Rodney, their fourth. He arrived Wednesday, general public to show off its at 3251 South MiamiAve.To The Annual Spring Fashionette and Tea of the Richmond

April 17, at Mt.Sinai hospital.!Dwayne weighed at 7 lbs. 13 $30,000 colorful lighting sys- Heights Women's Club began with and continued through the
the spec-
commemorate
tem when makes breathtaking
a -
oz.Mrs.. John Barkley and daughter, Blanch Welch spent the display when the switch ial week the Museum of Sci- program Waters.with an assortment of beautiful melodies played by

Easter holiday with Geneitha (Blanche's daughter) in Atlanta.It goes on the Italian palace and ence across the street from Willie Other A.musical selections were: solos, by Janice Waters"Tonight"

was a first trip to Nassau: for Mrs. John (Ernestine) Bones gardens on Biscayne Bay Vizcaya will also remain open and "Born Free" sung by Berthina Jones :an instrumental ,
its ex- ;
she Marie for a visit until 10:00 p.m. to show
last weekend as accompanied Cooper
wit- duet by Alison and Lawrence Kennedy who played
with the E. R. (Carol) Hannas. For the first time in its his hibits free. Both can be "Star Light Waltz" and"Owl's Question"Also,a lovely ballet

Floyd T. Christian,State Superintendent of Public Instruc- tory the gardens will be open nessed those evenings by the '"The Little Butterflies" done by Cherrie Caldwell Gla-
tion will be the featured speaker at the dinner meeting of the for public night viewing to seethe general public.ATTENTION ,
Rankin and pshawn Rogers.
Pupil Welfare and Attendance Department this eveningThurs- festival of lights.Gardens,
The fashions this year were as lovely ever if not lovelier.
day, April 25), at 6 p.m. Caseworkers, visiting teachers and statues, stone barge, casino They included an assortment of sports wear, daytime wear
supervisors and their guests will attend. mound and other areas includ-
and after five wear.
The National Association of Negro Business and Professional ing exteriors of the houe are
Lovely music and beautiful fashions are but two of the
Womon's Clubs Inc. will hold their Regional meeting at many
all lighted i in color with 183
signs of this season of the year. The Women's Club is
happyto
the Seville Hotel Individuals social civic and religious
May. special exterior light fixtures. have brought these little bits of spring to you.
are invited to the Sojourner Truth Award Banquet at burns
groups The display 27,650 watts
Bennie Fredricks of 14725
Mr. and Mrs. SW 104th Pl., are
7 p.m. Donation $10.00. or 28,000 candles as the 16th
the winners for the Lawn of the Month. Mr. Fredricks, Bennie,

v Century Romantics say. Clinton, Kenneth, and Bernard grooms the yard. This lawn is

Admission for the special a carpet of beautiful green surrounded by a low hedge of purple

t two-night showing to the pub- morning glories. The mail box is encircled with Marigolds.Four .

A lic in honor of International t t lovely Palms adorn the area in front of the yard. other

features included an Orange tree a Peach tree bearing fruit.

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BUNCH PARK PTA
If you have a boy or girl who will be six years old on or before -

January 1, you can register him/her now for grade one
ix' The Bunche Park Elemen- (1)) for the 1968-69 school year. In the event you do not have

tary School's PTA!having its the childs birth certificate I you may register the child and

MR. MOSS Annual Tea, Sunday, May 5. SHOP OWNERSThe bring the certificate by May 1, 1968.
The tea will be held in the The Dade County Board of Public Instruction made provisions
We congratulate Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Moss, 1052 NW 65th Bunche park School Cafe-
Orange Blossom Shop for all pupils who will enter first grade in Septemberto
Street who celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Saturday torium from 4 to
6 p.m. The owners Guild No. 8 will meet attend school this summer for eight weeks, beginning on
April 20, at an informal dinner party given by their president is asking all execu- Sunday, April 28, at Sunlight June 17. In order for your child to be included in this program,
children at the Church of the Incarnation parish Hall. They tive
members to meet after the
Beauty School, at 3 p.m. All you must register him/her Now.
were married in St. Peter's Episcopal Church,Key West. The tea May 6, at 8 p.m.
members and those who are The Western Tour planned by the Musolite Club for this
couple moved to Miami in 1935. They have five daughters
Willie
Carson
PTA presi-
interested please be present. Summer promises to be the best ever. So make your reser-
three sons, twenty-six grandchildren and seven great grand- dent, and Sylvia S. Lambert, Mrs. Ada Williams, presi- vations early, call, Mrs. Henry, 235-1238; Mrs. Miller, 635-
children. Among the out of town guests who Joined in the cele- principal.
dent. 8885; or Mrs. Williams 635-5752 or any member of the Muse-
bration were her sister, Mrs. Ora Reese Williams, Jamaica; lite Club.A .
Violet Henry, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Henry, Sr., Mr. and Mrs.

Earl Henry, Jr., Springfield Gardens, N. Y. ; Mrs. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Roberts announce the illness of their
(Florence) Bain and Phyllis Ann Queen's Village, N. Y.; Mr.
son Burney R. Roberts who underwent surgery on Sunday at
and Mrs. Clarence (Lucille) Alce, Key West; Edward and Jac- Hollywood Memorial Hospital, he is resting fine. Judgem

queline Gantt and son, Edward Gantt DI, Daytona Beach; Rev. ooi
and Mrs.Samuel Browne. West Palm Beach: and Mrs. Nora Jetting to New York City Wednesday was Mrs. Maude K.

,Monsonto, sister and her grandson, Reese Gilford, Bronx. Reid, school board executive, for a well earned short vaca-
while visiting friends
Marie Anderson, (Miami Herald)s chairman of the Greater .
Miami Council of Continuing Education for Women. The organ- '

zation's workshop on Wednesday at Bayfront P.lrkAuditorlum LOVE-MOORE

(My Lady Fair) exhibited, talked about, answered questions WEDDINGMiss - -

about the opportunities for women in Dade County. Television .
Keva Aladyce Love and
personality Virginia Graham, (Girl Talk), honorary chairman, A'AfII
John Paul Moore were married !
presided at the opening ceremonies. Display booths were ar- | ,' .. j I
Sunday afternoon, April 14 H
ranged in three sections, Education, Volunteering, and Em- at, the home of the bride's par- I j"Y '1\1\.

ployment to carry out the theme, "The Three Phases of Eve." \ents, 1256 NW 55th Terrace. I
Mrs. Sidney Weintraub Is chairman and '.
L. Mrs. John B. 'j
The bride was given in matri-
Turner, co-chairman of"My Lady Fair." Mrs. Margaret Ley-
mony by her grandfather Mr.I I .
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,shen general Mrs. Kenneth Pate fair .. I
manager; coordinator j Robert Love. Other attendants "
A most unusual day! A wonderful day] I 2
were Miss Jeannette Brown I :
"The Voice of Christian Women in a Changing Society" will and Mr. David Williams The : 1 .
be the theme of the 24th Annual Women's Day celebration at pt" t
ceremony was performed by \
St. Paul AME Church, corner Douglas Road and Thomas Ave., ,the Rev. L. A. Thompson, with 'j\

April 28."And the Rev.N. F.Clark pronouncing ,
the night shall be filled with music. . And so it was j the benediction. '

Tuesday evening, April 23,as Miami Northwestern Senior High A large number of friends t

School Vocal Department presented its "Spring Musicale." j participated in the reception. ,,
Arthur L. Evans, Director.

Would you believe It,we have another dog,a great dane, Dis-

mas, (the good thief). A gift from Isa.belleand Woodrow Blue. tk

Sired by Dyke. Social Action
Mrs. Sonia Pottinger of Jamaica is in the city combining :

business and pleasure while visiting her uncle, Mr. D, A.
Julius. AwardsOn

Howard and Verma Bryant and sister, Emma Brassfield
Sunday morning April 21,
have as their houseguests, Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Richardson of :at the Church of the Incarna-

Detroit. I I tion, Dewey Knight, directorof LORY'S LENDS HELPING HAND TO Y TEENS
Jetting down from Manhattan to attend the confirmation rites the
State
of her niece, Jill Matthews, Monica Rhaming decided relaxin I ment and a graduate Welfare Depart-ofBe- Miami(L to R) Jill Kinsey, Southwest Miami High; Tuanda J. Dummons,

the warm sunshine a few extra days. I thune-Cookman College Central High; and Julio Lee Cook, Miami Northwestern High are
received shown
Linnon and Jessie Stinson the of here modeling some of the
are proud parents darling I, Fabulous Fashions that
an honarable mention will model by Lory's they
Sunday, April 28
daughter. ?_ Social Action Award Charles County, Inc. as the V-Teens of Greater Miami and Dade

IT'S A DATE: Liberty Temple No. 724 ffiPOEW invite you :1 Hadley, a member :>f the Civil Building present "Fashions on the Go" at the Wesley Foundation
and your friends to their Annual Calendar Tea :I Service University 01 Miami, 7200 Miller Drive
Sunday, April Board, the Board of is S7.50 and From 4 to 6 p.m. Donation -
28, at Liberty Lodge, 6525 NW 18th Avenue, 4 p.m. 6 p.m. :]Directors of the EOPI, the Urban Proceeds, S7.00 For children under 72.
1 Renewal Board will go to help the local Y-Teens attend
an the Ala-
employee bama Georgia,
The Second Annual Dinner Dance of the Greater Miami Coun- Florida Summer Y.Teen Conference.
of the
J Health
cil, North of National Council of Women will Depart- All fashions For the
Negro Inc.
show
present -
I,ment and an outstanding civic Center and are being furnished by Lory's of Edison
Girls of the Year-International at the Dupont Plaza Hotel ; Assistant store
worker received the social manager Dee Dee
action ordinator.In Lawrence Is serving as co-
Assembly Room Friday. April
26. 7:30
: p.m.
a wa rd. David Ivey, as- addition
Beta Tau Zeta Chapter, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc and Rho i sistant principal of Miami glamourous Fashions to the Fashions shown above, you'/// find oWHY'S complete line of

Sigma Chapter, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. Blue and Jackson High School and a and adult Fashion For all occasions at Lory's Edison Center;teenage
White Ball is slated for Friday, May 3, at Hotel Seville. 1 1 member of the Fraternity, received center of South Florida. '

Mr. Ernest Sears left by Pan American fora visit to Ghana the Phi Beta Sigma Man
In Western Africa. 4 of the Year Award


Get well wishes to Bessie Higgs, Mr. Bruce Thompson, '

Jackson; Margaret Jones and Ophelia Rolle at home; Jerry L.P.N.JNC.. 1&

Healy at Doctors; Booker T. Hayes and sons and Samuel Wilson -

at Christian.St. On Saturday, April 20, Mr. Open 9 10 IittRJs! Lt9'\:) '
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Agnes Episcopal Church presents its Chancel Choir,St. J. Youngblood,was. winner of a Sizes 3.10

Cecelia, in Sacred concert, Sunday, April 28at, 7 p.m. in the protable TV given by the LPN FASHION SHOPS . EVERYWHERE!

nave of the church. Guest artists, Harold Franty and Maria Organization Inc.An&joyabletime

Balaban will feature comoositions from the masters and was had by all. : 6112 NW 7th AVENUE
contemporary writers.Berthenia White is organist and Leila Mrs. L. Thomas, presidentand (EDISON CENTER)

Roberts Williams, Director. Mrs A.Tillman,reporter -
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Y-Teens Fashion Show EEO Task Force Job "1


Set For Sunday Opportunity Fair May 18 ;:I

I The Y-Teens are presentinga I Want to find a way to get a too, to answer questions about ,b

fashion show entitled"Fashions Job? 0: how to get better Job Jobs with their firms.Goran to

on the Go,"Sunday after- than you now have?On May 18, the Job Opportunity Fair It's 4 I
the Equal Employment Opportunity chance to
your help yourself '
noon, April 28. The affair will
Ti- Task Force and other to a better future.FLORIDA. I
BY STANLEY"SWEETS" SWEETING be held at the University of Mi- agencies are sponsoring Job
ami Foundation from
Wesley
LINE-O-TYPE Opportunity Fair at Miami
4 to 6 The Y-Teens
p.m. p.m.
Jackson High School, 1751NW NEEDSFURLONG
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: We missed the Dinah Shore opening will model clothes from 36th Street.
at the Hilton Plaza March 15 andwe failed to tell you that Lory's'' Fashion Shops. Miss
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former Miamtan David (Panama) Francis, Dee bee Lawrencefashion From 10:30 in the morning i
versatile drummer man, opened with Dinahas coordinator and assistant to 6:30 in the evening,counselors -
percussionist on the snares. Prior to the manager for Lorys will be the from Florida State Em RETURN
Plaza's engagement.the Dinah Shore troupe mistress of ceremonies. ployment Service and Dade LEO
was a Waldorf(New York)Astoria headliner There will also be live enter- County Schools will be on hand .' FURLONG
for three weeks . Herman Schwecke was tainment. to talk to you about skills .
second place winner in theB-Divisionoftbe This is not merely a fashion .i training, career require- 'i is Your
Par and Birdie club's 9th annual golf tour- i show but a method of earning ments, and Job opportunities STATE
nament at Port Saint Lucie last week . ij money needed for 30 girls in DEE DEE being offered in Dade County. REPRESENTATIVEDISTRICT
LAWRENCE
Portia Bannister, Gloria Francis, and Constance j Dade County to attend the The Fair is open to all per- t 1 107
Sandiland were Liberty Temple of \ Georgia, Alabama: Florida Y- the m as individuals and the sons ages 16 and up. ri td Lrr
.....-- ,..- ....... _. . .. . ''Teen
Io.lA Inu /G9J aeiegates to tne state convention April 21-27 in, Summer Conference to groups they represent and ((2) Along with counselors and
Clearwater beheld in Miami Beach at the learn useful methods and tech- Job interviewers D.1deCounty IiIimJEmIPull
Shelborne Hotel this Summer niques associated with te in- employers will be at the Fair
NOTES ON A NAPKIN:Among Easter distributors to the sick 1968. The purpose of this conference formation. All of this makes Lever 13-D

and needy with flowers, fruit, candy, and money to shut-ins is to bring i together for a better tomorrow in sucha
were Daughters of the King of St Agnes. . The Martin Luther girls of diverse races balck, battling society as ours today -
King world-wide "treatment" by the white press radio and white, yellow diverse faiths please help us mold the
TV should never be forgotten by the Negro. Their many tri- Protestant, Jewish Catholic lieves of our youngsters by not
butes along with other national and inter-national'tribs' were and diverse experiences so only purchasing tickets at the
the greatest amount of adulation ever accorded a Negro dur- 'that they may unite under the YWCA, 5100 NW 21st Ave.,but
ing my time . Did Alene Kimball (she's Stacy Lovett the j auspieces of wholesome attitudes' also attending our charming Dandruff
Chicago bombshell) take upon herself a hubby some three ((1)) with idead helpful to array of fashions.
months ago? Itching ScalpIeThinningHair ,

Omega Showcase 1968 -
SALT WATER TAFFY: The Willie Stevenson-Cleora Webb -
divorce suit became final April 18. .. Mrs. Cleveland (Addle)
Sampson to Atlanta last week to see her favorite brother who'sill Sigma Alpha Chapter of The program promises tobean P
there . Retired Jail sergeant Joe O'Connor getting the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated afternoon of musical enjoyment &ffI, ; +
will present its for the entire \e .
full physical treatment at Veterans hospital. Allowed to go family. : +
home once per week each weekend.. Leola Griffin's little 1968 edition of Omega Showcase ,
granddaughter Suzanne Rolle birthday party-ed: for the 5th time Saturday, May 4, at Mi- Tickets may be obtained QI IIFE RElIEFIIIITH.
ami ,Jackson Senior High from members of the chapter "
at home
April 21. . Fernley and Daisy Taylor's daughter
School in local at the l.fil4i7.}
at 230 schools or
Sherron will see her 19th natal holiday Monday April 29. p.m.
door. Donation; Students 500, 1"
This program will feature adults $1.00.STOP YcCv4t1 '-outJtJ
THE WEEK'S WASH: The Cassius Clays expecting twinfants an outstanding array of musi- DEE PENETRATING
? ? ? Remember the popular Liberty City twins of the 1940's cally talented high school stu-
John and James Gilliam?Well,both are happily married, home dents and will be augmented by
in the selections from students of all DREAMINGTurn
owners Opa-locka: area, andhavetam1lies.John's married -
to the former Katherine Grace and James to the former wades. It is designed to pro- your dreams Into rea I 1 I
Geneva Lowe . rll bet Afro insurance agent Joshua Brown vide enjoyable experiences for lity. You can now own and

has walked over 5000 miles since he's been with the company people of all ages. Proceeds that operate will your enable own you business to en
. Zeta Phi Beta sorority and Phi Beta Sigma fraternity are from the performance will joy the luxuries of life SATISFACTION tOAIANTIED-OI MONEY IACK I
dancing at Miami Beach's Seville hotel May 3. benefit a prospective high you've always dreamed for. Sabrosol Laboratories, P.O. Box 62, N.W. Branch'6915861Mr.
school graduate as he pursuesa Come learn how you can Albert Abrams, National Representative

SCRATCH MY BACK: Mrs Della Lowe was rushed Jack- college career. enter this business MoneyIs
no barrier. Contact
son Memorial Sunday after a heart attack felled her . A T. L. KING
All participants: will receive
long-distant telephone call from Lynchburg Va informed 1223
certificates and the thre'" first NW 50th Street
Henry Walthall that his mother Mrs Eula Walthall is desper- Fri& Sat. from 1 am to 7 p.m.
H
place: winners will be awarded
ately ill, there.. MrsstanleyMelba) Nixon lost her mother plaques.
Mrs Wyman last Sunday noon .. After losing the sight in one
eye last Tuesday ayem Mrs Laura Williams is a bedded vic- AL
tim in Jackson Memorial. . par and Birdie golfers choose
Hampton House lounge as their favorite oasis. t ; "(.h''ef'' ..
::t..... ..... .,,, JudgeA _
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STUFF AND SUCH: Delicious and delectable Marie Adams .

of Washington, D. C., now a Bahama Mama. The American ,Dl ,. "l'llE; $
cutie is in Nassau doing secretarial chores at Blackbeard's ...'. I ..c
Tavern for the dancing troupe in which she once starred . FLP'lIll'! $Y.M Mt.t :IIR: t(lfltiUJi %

Mrs Leo (Violet) Ambrister's nephew Edward Ferguson Jr's :

marrage to Cynthia Stephanie Henderson May 4 at the Church ; uTt'tc1let.: ,:"..' 'IfOf-J, OtialllEs
of Notre Dame will find Mr and Mrs and their sons Tony and pMRS.

Clarence attending. Incidentally, Tony and Edward(the groom) . .
both Kappas, will :already be on hand when the Greeks meet in '
their National conclave during the May month. /' "> Si' ..-/.-'i . '
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SWEETS TREATS: Lucille Dorsett-Glass, Anna-Grace j [ .' .. : HARVEY
Sweeting Bettye Gaitor-Tim mons and Viola H easUe-iggs-Ho .
King hosted the latter's sister,visiting Grace HeastiePatter \ rrCHYi: P.?" : 4419 NW 17 Ave. 6339378'WIGS

son, during a cocktail yak yak in the Heastie home last Friday ) Ji .
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night. Mrs Patterson returned to Washington, D,C. on satur- i .. : =. AL; JH }H lR'i.: ". '
day . Metro prison guard Ernest Stirrup birthdayed April \, < " ',: : \::?/'? : : .
22 . Naomi Adams April 19 . Minerva Martin April 26 ) ,, ;, ,,
. Inez (Dolly) Sweeting April 27. . Margie Evans Oliver !ft l.PJ $18.95
April 22 . Delores Smith-Brown April 28. r- ;
J 100%
'; '" HUMAN HAIR
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MIAMI MUSINGS: Reminiscences: Easter shopping mothers .'Igw??: : '.
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with their teen-age sons and daughters, crowded the shopping . 95

centers, looking like teenagers themselves a s they munch on :R'IJ" .. &.II\ ..... .... WIGLETS $6
hot dogs and pizzas while doing the lay-a way rounds . Sam .... . .. .
Early and his Sweet Daddys combo at Trader Johns . The idM J"' Three Degrees at Harry's American Show Room of the Eden .' :
Roc . Milt Trenier and Micki continue at :COHbiTIPli&B ( '
Lynn Newport's :GU.A"A"tEEQtO.; ,HM*: ; XOUH : .
Seven Seas Lounge .JamesBarnes'58 Chevvy has a play- ... . YOU* MO"E.yBACK.: . .; '
mate -- it's a '62 Chrysler convertable. . FALLS $29 9S

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CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS:; Easter thieves ransacked the .,I >:":,:;.' "ND. .'H'/IIIR
home of the John (Christina)Eves after breaking in and cleaned I" th 100% HUMAN HAIR
Ifs highlt.'m, 't..c td f htlpt t r7fh hgro
out their entire boudoir furniture,hi-fl.TV, clothing and

food . At Wolfle's 163rd Street: James E. Lucas . At ; o ... i \ ; A st: :.l.lef:, jp .n yN ':.'Ic $.cql p'o
: ; .
All
Hampton House Lounge; Johnny Thompson, Willie Frank, Credit Cards Honored

Robert Jackson, Harold Jones! ,Charley Peterson Leo Arm- ,' .d .F. II. .o9Hq.," ": ...ir'.A... ....-k..I'qr.'.. ,.., ,.,\,"' ,,.... )'. .,.', Qrlt,.' -
brister .* . MildredHowarddaughtei'BrentSmith and niece I .,beaut,' .;s' Iri : (, Dora Hadley, Hampton House guests from Chicago for a weekof I
fun and sun ,..The Manhattan: 20's monthly sale-party will A f hrc': Monlh\ :. ppltOlli:. .IV.50.
be hosted by Georgia Saunders Saturday bight ,.. president PROFESSIONAL STYLING ,
Lucious Crawford's Phi Beta Sigma fraternity'honored Brothers I : ,Adel 'It.MPJ.; : : t

Dewey Knight, Charles Hadley and David'Ivey (Man Of ;. 1'.p"l.. : ., . :;' ,: :.... .. .., ,GJ. jWFR
The Vp.arwith plaques during the 11 ayem services at Church .
of Incarnation last S nday.





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CRB Seeks Boys Clubs. Conference In Conflict



I. for Ghetto Areasplans i And Cooperation At tIM_ .Saturday I


for the establishmentof youth coordinator for Youth "for those who can afford to I i JohnLindsay's public. Coffee and registrationwill der.Panelists
a boys club to provide recreational -, Opportunity Programs under pay." He added: New York City assistant Mayor who be at 9 a.m. will be from the
and educational ac- the Community Relations "There are many scholar- top race Dr. Vergil A.Shipley,acting fields of education,community
of preventing
tlvities for boys in underprivi- Board, expressed enthusiasmfor ships, such as the Miami Kiwanis -, has the will job be the guest speaker chairman of the government relations, police, EOPI,Little
leged areas of Dade county are the project, but favored its Youth Foundation, riots Conferenceon department, will preside, and Hud and civic organizations
the Regional
being studied by the Dade location in what be termed "a whereby friends and public at Conflict and Cooperation in Dade County Mayor Chuck Hall

Community Relations Board, cosmopolitan area such as Al- contributors chip in the mem- the Urban Setting to be held at will welcome the group. Dr. Dr. Edward Sole, pro-
it was revealed today. lapattah or Edison Center so bership fees for the boys." of MiamiSaturday Walter Zand,associate professor fessor of government at the
as to avoid perpetuation of Both units feature club build- the University in the UM'sHumanRelations UM, will moderate the 2 p.m.
The stems from
study a April 27.
pro some of our past troubles such ings with recreational facilities Department and direc- panel discussion on "Metro
the
at
posal made by LeonardUsina, Sid Davidoff topic
as segregation." and extensive playgrounds area of the and Cities
Board Chairman of the Peoples noon luncheon In the dining tor of the Florida : Creating a Dia-
surrounding the buildings.Hours Committee, logue. Panelists
Jewish will be
Group of National Banks of the Whitten Memorial American pro
To establish a ghetto type in the winter are 3 to 9 room will moderate a panel on"The f e s s 10 D a 1 administrators
that a club be founded to Student Union is'Riot Pre- ,
pro facility, Withers commented
p.m. on Mondays through Fridays toGreater Miami of political leaders,pressure
vide service and Control in New Relevancy
underprivileged would vention
merely mean that it
and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.on of the President's group members and educa.
areas similar to that cur- would be a t ten d e d by young- Saturdays. Summer hours are York City." the Report tors.
rently provided by the two units. former Deputy Committee on Civil Disor-
sters from ghetto areas only. 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.on Mondays Davidoff,
of the Boys Club of Miami,Inc. By contrast, a boys club in a through Fridays. Buildings Commissioner_ ,
cosmopolitan area could draw spent last summer walking tile
The Community Relations
The Northwest unit is locat-
ed its membership from all seg- Board is concerned in the mat- ghetto, listening to com-
10915 NW 14th Ave. while
about SUPPORT THE GREATER
ments of the plaints and then going
the Southwest unit is at 2805 community. ter by reason of the fact that it action.Davidoff .
getting immediate
SW 32nd A v e n u e. Both units Boys Club Director Kline has been designated as coor- believes it is the

are completely integrated,according said the two existing units of dinator of Youth Opportunity cynical young leaders on the MIAMI URBAN LEAGUETHIS
in the
Programs county.This
to Director F. M. Boys Club, Inc.. a United Fund streets that have to be con-
Kline, and both provide organized agency, oerate on an annual will doesn't operate mean the that facility the board itself vinced that the city cares about YEAR'S GOAL IS 2,000 NEW MEMBERSFor
for
programs boys budget of'around $100,000.
their problems. Davidoff reports -
from six through 16. About 60 percent of this is Withers explained. it was this kind of information on how you can loin the Greater Miami
young
"Nor does it that
mean we Urban League, phone: 3773682.
provided by the UFandthe, leader who advised the
Usina made his proposal to would Insist on what specific ghettosto
Robert Simms, Executive Di- balance by voluntary contribu agency should take over the "cool it" last summer.

rector, Community Relations tions. operation. But we can say that The a 11- day Conference,
Board, with a n offer of a financial The Southwest section hasa there is a definite need for sponsored by the University of

contribution to get the membership of around 1,900 such a facility. And we can Miami government depart Phoo.i NA 1.7203 Notary PublicI.
project started. The North boys, 200 of the m Negroes.The study the field in an effort to ment and the Florida Center
Dade banker indicated that Northwest unit members find some agency which can for Education in Politics, will
further funds could be provided some 600 boys in its ranks, and will assume the responsibility begin at 10 a.m. in Brockway I. STANLEY SWEETING-
later. about 60 of them Negroes. for dev eloping sucha Lecture Hall in the Otto G. ASSOCIATES

Usina, head of the Peoples "One thing that you can program for the underprivileged Richter Library, main campus -
Group of banks serving count on,' the club official added The meeting is open to theSlOONWltl ')iversif ed Public Services
"is that all of the colored
.
northern sections of the
county, has been a member boys show up regularly. They T.l bJU'l ,IN' Public Relations Consultant
are real users of the facili- 'M I Theatrical Editor Th. Miami Times
from the start of the Boys Club ties." TIiEAtR .
Foundation, which owns the

property on which the South- Boys club membership, incidentally : Aye 693-4211: 16351 NW 18th Place (Bunch. Park) Miami, FloridaLIB
west Boys Club unit is located. I is $2.25 a year,but
Isaac Withers, assistant ;:Kline emphasized that this was
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CITY NIGHTSHURRY

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____ -__ _r FREDRIC MARCH RICHARD BOONE DON'T MISS IT f,
DIANE CILENTO
HOMBRE HELD OVER
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ASSIGNMENT Chester Thomas, Gulf Oil Cor- I'LUSH. Raquel Welch LAST 6 DAYS

poration Plantman Foreman at the company's Arlington .

Texas, Distribution Center, and J. L. Tosh, Sec- POSTIVELY ENDSTHURSDAY

tion Head, go over a days's work for Mr. Thomas'crew. iiI
Mr. Thomas, who has been with Gulf for 19 years, is ,
MAY 2nd
responsible for overseeing the un loading, storing and
loading procedures involved in maintaining a stock of ML
100,000 tires of 181 I types.

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VOICE PinaTtng's New Cabinet Gears ;

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OF for Progressive Era ;;,

THE Last Wednesday:! Bahamas: A rat,chased by a cat, Jumped ,
Premier Lynden O. Pindling A into a barrel of rum to elude
COMMUNITYwith named his new Cabinet leave Its pu r sue r. The poor thing
ing out his former Labor min paddled around until it floated
V::: BY DAVE BONDU.r1 ister and appointing the first to the edge of the barrel whenit
!
'- -" . ... TOM WASHINGTONIt Cabinet member Dr. Doris was lifted out by the cat.
Johnson. Reaching solid groundit
This column will be written by a couple of guest writers is Indeed an honor to bea
during the next two weeks. Fll be on vacation from the Miami new member of the Miami Dr. Johnson one of the women bargained with the catto
Times. I've been writing for this paper for the past ten years Times staff. I will try to do my who led the fight for Ba- make a meal of it after it dried \
and I feel at this time I need a slight rest. I'll return in the best to keep with the pulse of hamian women to vote in 1962, off. The cat watched Its wouldbe \
May 17th issue. the community.The was named minister atlarge.A victim as the sun and wind '
Last Tuesday night, I attended a Meet the Candidate' meet former schoolteacher dried the rat. Then zip, went
ing, at the James E, Scott Community Center. The place was pulse of the community Dr. Johnson holds a Ph.D.in the rodent Into the nearest
filled with candidates, seeking the votes of the people in the today Is the up-coming election education from New York hole
Lib City area. I must admit I wasn't: too Impressed by them which will be held on May 7th. University. She is a member "HI therehailed the cat.

Each person seeking to fill some public office seat, gets up As you know, this country Is of the Progressive Liberal "You have broken your
and Introduces himself and begins to tell you what's wrong with constituted on. the ballot box Party and a member of the promise." ."Yes". replied the .
the present County government then be tells you what he is and I feel that it Is your dutyas Senate. PREMIER PINDLING rat. "I was in liquor when I '
going to do right. There are three Negro candidates whom I a true American citizen to Randol Fa wkes.tbe man who His deposition brings to made it."
feel should be elected because we as a people need som one mind the following old Baha-
not only go to the polls and vote saved the dayfor the PLP in
to speak for us In County government same as Mrs. Range but also to take your friends. last year's election and madeit mian fairy tale: Other Ministers besides
speaks for us in City government. It was no secret that Fawkes those mentioned above are:
possible for Pindling to become .
Fm not against any person seeking public office,and I'm not The main factor would look premier was dropped would have no place in the Hon. Carlton Francis, Minis-
telling you who to vote for. It's up to you to decide who is the for us to keep in mind is- from the Cabinet. I Cabinet when the PL P got a ter of Finance; Hon. Jeffrey
best man that you wish to put in the seat. I do say that the man what has the candidate done for safe margin in the House He Thompson, Minister of Internal -
that wins should be thinking of the Negro in Dade County by our community?And what does After the 1967 general election 1 had been a member of the party Affairs; Hon. Warren Le- -
seeing that there is better housing with more space and rea- he plan to do If elected? Be- which resulted in an l8.l8 twice, and walked out becausehe varity Minister of Out Island.
sonable rents. Secondly he should be aware that employingone cause your community should tie between the PLP and the could not go "all the way" Affairs; lion. Clarence Bain
or two Negroes in the top level jobs is not enough to satisfythe be of the upmost Importanceto United Bahamian Party (UBP) with its philosophy. Minister without Portfolio.
whole Negro population. Jobs are important to us. $50 to you in the world. .Pindling needed Fawkes' vote
75 dollars is no salary when a man has to pay high rents and You should make it a pointto to tilt the scale in his favor.
everything else is high because the cost of living has gone up. vote for every office. It is Either side Fawkes went would FOR DEDICATED LEADERSHIPFORDYCE
have become the ruling party.
up to you to find out to the best
But he threw his weight with
Thank God, for Robert Sims, head of the Community Relations of your ability, information the PLP and was rewarded
Board for his effort in securing jobs for our teenagers.Not about the candidates.We .
with
the office Minister of La
just for the summer but for all year round. I ask the bor.
County Commissioners how can the Airport Hotel lease the have approximately 60,-
concession to private enterprize and notone Negro bellhopis 000 registeredNegrovotersIn Fawkes was returned to his
employed? All Cubans. How can certain major airlines be Dade County. We have worked seat in the House in the recent YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONERNO
allowed to have space in te airport terminal and no Negro very hard in the past not onlyto election but with 29 of the 38
employees serving the public in customer contact? We know show the rest of the com- members in his party Pind
that Eastern Airlines has Negro ticket agents National and munity, but ourselves that we ling decided he does not need
Pan Am are included but what about the other zillion airlines? can do a good Job given a Fawkes.any more. CREDIT NEEDED NOTHING TO SIGN
Fra not buying the bit about not finding qualified personneland chance. One of the things that
surely you don't need to have a college degree to carry a I would like to say that thereis Deputy Premier Arthur DELIVERS
bag and a key in the Airport Hotel.Believe me when I tell you no such name as "Johnny Hanna still holds second place. $1995
not one white or black bellhop.All Cubans.I asked Frank Can- Come Lately." The reason for He has been transferred from 21" TV TODAYPay
' this is look at the Latin the post of minister of education
non, head of the Community Task Force how come the Task Community -
Force hasn't gotten any top level jobs for the qualified Negroes that not only owns but to minister of trade and $15 More in 30 Days It's Yours
"We have not yet receivedanyrequests from the ma- controls approximately one- industry.
jor companies in Dade County. If I'm asked for'top personnel third of all the*"business*in! Cecil Wall ace. Whitfield enny's f.V.x 754-3321
t in Jr. Management ril find the people that are needed. Up to Dade County. succeeds'Hanna as minister of
this time, I have placed 789 people in various type jobs and education, and Clement May-
yet there is much to be done,and it's up to the Commissioners This election will be one of nard, businessmaaandformer
running the County Government to do something about it except the most important civil duties government leader in the Senate -
talk about how well we are doing."As for the candidates that you will perform this was elected to the House THE 'FOX'SDEN
seeking votes, may I suggest Housing and Better Jobs for the year. and will be minister of works.
parents of the teenagers. Training programs: and Recreationare
the four major things that will get you elected. Don't forget our boys that House member Arthur
are dying over in Vietnam for Foulkes minister of communications -
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Ramon Velez protecting your rights as an replaced Dr. Curtis 642 N.W. 2nd Ave.
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Joyce H. Lanier American citizen to be free to McMillan, a dentist who was
VIP OF THE WEEK: Betty Coffee(Linen room Four Ambassa- elect your head officials, not named minister health. Milo HELD OVER
doors) only Incur community but the Butler formerly minister of
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Queen Marshall(Mother of Georgeand country as well. health and welfare, is now
Kevin) minister of labor and welfare.

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT:Jackie Corbett Is holding over
the Blue Notes at theFox's Den. They are going great. . STUDENT SPECIAL
Chickie Horne (Madame EWe ThrockbottomisattheLucayanHotel
in Freeport for two weeks... Jeff Addams and the Rudy Bus ID Photos
Johnson Trio making a movie for Universal International.The i
name of the picture Is "Poppi."They are still swinging at the
Travelers Lounge nightly . .Dino DeRose Trio closed a sue 2 For 50t
cessful engagement at the Marco Polo and are slated for Mr.
Kelly's (formerly My Place) . Wally Futch is at the Four SATURDAY ONLY
Kings . Milt Trenier and Mickey Lynn at the Newport. .
George Wright doing a tremendous job conducting our big band JOHNSON OF MIAMI
Rehearsals are every Tuesday night at the Brownsville Cen-
ter of EOPI at 8:00. We have openings for two trombone play- BLUE NOTES
Corner NW 38 St. &
Avenue and 58th Street before we get a stop light there. Please
don't let it be you. We are working on it. . Flip Wilson will I .
be hosting the Johnny Carson show on the 29th of this month. 12 Ave. ,
Give our local boy a hand.We are proud of him . That is it
for this week. Till the next one. . LIVE LIFE, EVERY
GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT PEACE. PHONE: 635-4743

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Mrs. Emily Thompson (former Miami school teacher) POWERED
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June 68." He jetted back to Miami Saturday night April 20 . h
TM. Depewdwbrl 'DYNAMOWYIAR
and Harold she's the former Beatrice Boarder'
\ Mr. Mrs. Kelly( Rued, Effieitnt MdeI122
of Hastings, Fla.) 315 Hart Street was in a car accident Monday -
' morning, April 1, In which teir baby daughter Loretta 3, THREE hart* power ((4 cycle) "Briggsamd Mow with easel 3.5 ban .ngin* by
SttattoB" ENGINE provides BRIGGS: STRATTON giM you the
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I from St. Petersburg Fla.)bowling at Charles Bethel's webster station "LUo-ltmo" Bylon- "Easy-Spin" starter.
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Bowling Lanes sending greeting to his cousin Dave Lewis (Mi- COMPARE AT $49.00 CQ fl.$79.00 /;

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Northwestern I. Youig Crime Stoppers 'to Get Commeration Scrolls I


Focus A trio of youths who thwarted tie acts of kindness, good good neighbor i ," said David Gloria Lenhoff, 13, of 832 MaJorca : ,!
a purse' snatcher will receive sportsmanship, humility, Rthenberg, YAB chairman. Coral Gables; Robert

By BRENDA commendation scrolls, leadership, bravery and other Swan, Jr., 17,741 NE 112thSt., :1'
JACKSON along with six other Dade i exemplary character traits. Others being honored in the a senior at ArchbishopCurley .

- --- "IV County youngsters, from the ceremonies are: Ann Pat Cus- High School; JameS Maloney, '
"Are Teachers Really Hu the Boy Counselors have built Dade County Youth Advisory "The child we want to encourage ani, 17, of 1840S. Miami Ave., 17, 701 W 55th PI., Hialeah, ,
man?" This question will be a Rock Garden which Is locatedon Board a County Commission i is the one who might a senior at Assumption Academy senior at Monsignor Pace High :
answered by members of the the. east side of the audi- meeting May: 7 at the Dade never win 'first prize' in any- ; Mak Fontaine, 17, of 670 ''School and Richmond Staton,
senior class In their presen- torium. County Courthouse.'The thing, but Is contributing to the SW 28th Ter., Lauderdale, 13, 666 SW Fourth St.,who attends 'I'
tation of the class play. The Chorus had formerly utmost of his or her capacity*'a senior at St. John Vlanney' Hope School for Retarded -
Twenty girls were chosen planned for the presentation of three Allen Fortune, 14, as an excellent citizen and Minor Seminary in Miami; Children.

by the Student Council to par- "Annie Get Your Gun.' Be- Jerome Carr, 12, and Robert -_. _- -" \
ticipate In the Hunter, 10, ran after a thief
Edison-Little cause of the
EducationalCrisis L.w; :
River Beauty pagent, spon- the operetta was can- who had grabbed a handbag Brownsville Students Discuss The :1:1A

sored by the E DPI and various celed but, the chorus presented from a woman pedestrian last
schools in our community.The its annual recital on tues- February. As the man ran, five panel discussion with EOPI, Mr. peters,public The representatives of the
gala affair will be held on April day, April 23. They will also articles in the woman's purse the audience participating defender of the Juvenile Court, Falconiners (Brownsville's
26th at Bayfront Park Audi- participate in te County Fes- fell out and the boys picked up conducted at Brownsville Jun- Mr. Kynes, attorney assistingthe 9th graders) heldaquestionand
torium. tival to be held at the Hilton and returned the victim's ior High School. The topic was Juvenile Court, Officer answer discussion with the
School elections for the Plaza in May.Junior rosary and wallet containing "Juveniles and the Law.: "This Biggs, Sheriffs Departmenton guests following the large
$46. topic was handled in generalities special school assignment, group sessions. Much under-
coming Joe Thomas is the
will be held
year on winner of however, it subsequently Mr. Rivers, visiting teacherfor standing took place.The enthu-
April 29. theCounty Elk's
The office to filled Oratorical Contest and is Allen lives at Apt. 6, 611 developed quite well into the Dade County Schools, and siastic response of all the stu-
are Student Council Presi- expected -
dent, Miss Northwestern and to enter the State Con- NW First Ct.; Jerome, Apt. 6, realm of specifics. Mr. Manatee: I. Bannerman, dents indicated a greater ap-
her,attendants. test at a later date. 621 NW First Ct. and Robert, The panel was arranged by Principal of Brownsville Jun- preciation and respect for the
The school nurseNurse Apt. 18, 138 NW Seventh St. Mr. Alfred Cernlglia, ninth ior High School. law.
Senior Parent Night was Robinson has sponsored anew grade counselor, with the cooperation -
held Friday, April 19,In the club called the Weightwatchers The presentation of scrollsto of Mr. Peter
auditorium. Many parents1 for over-weight students. honor Junior citizens of Bucholtz, world culture teacher -
iui
participated, making the program The club is open toseniors Dade County is a program and Mr. Tanner, history' in Aa uaaaMt t tTRIC
a success. only. created by the County's Youth teacher.
Advisory Board to recognize The panel members were RT d
The Modern Dance Club is "The Impossible Dream'was whose P aK
youngsters everyday Mr. Futerfas,assistant direc-
working on their annual reci- the choice of the Junior
lives reflection of lit-
were a tor of legal services for the
tal to be held the last week in Class for Prom theme for 1968 _
o.
April. Featured will be Crea- but the decorations committee
tive Dances of the membersand finds it is onlyadreambecause MIAMI CHAPTER JACK AND JILL OF AMERICAdation r- 7 I AVWIIVIO.IIIK MMNIIVIOV

traditional routines. they haven't dreamed up I
which is to financially
The Miami Chapter of Jack '
DOES EVERYTHING!
any ideas for decorations.The '
and Jill of Amorica Inc. has support programs for the NnfRwnd
The
language Arts teachers .
will have to make
juniors an- ; u"' .dV
will present the act engaged in many fruitful activities mentally retarded male children NV/I/N
one -
other selection.The Sews H Zippers, I.aele I
comedy "Ada Gives First this year under the dynamic -
Senior Superlativeswere Bittins, ,
We wish to take this Soaps
leadership of Ruble Mi- opportunity Nair
Aid, starring Miss Barbara., .
chosen and pictured for
zell. to express our appreciation Hioki. Effllnlrfers, 1 .
Chappelle as Ada. the yearbook, but they will remain '
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to the community for Iig lags, Bans sat
The Silver
Northwestern KnightNomineesfrom a surprise until Senior Our primary objectiveshave the fine support given to Jack Qvitts witk Niic- l
are Ed- Class Night. been to provide activities and Jill in its recent savings sattscAaeat. {
ward Goodlngs, music; In sports, the Bulls tookthe for children of Jack and Jill bond raffle. '
Marilyn Lewis, scholarship; GMAC North Track Crown ages 2- 19,that will enhance The bonds were donated and EASY TERMS I''' A or nG
Wilbert Reid, science and with 109 points. Jackson was their total development, the ABBEY DOMESTIC
following were
Anniejerry, citizenship. second with 70 1/2 Coral persons 15982 NW 27th
participate In community ser- winners: Mr. James MartinSr. Call Now 625-1261
Thinking of ways to make Gables 46 1/2 and Killian
vice
Northwestern morb projects, and support the $100, savings bond, Mrs.
beautJM....37 1/2. project of the National Foun- Linnie Fannin, $50 savings
HOME DEMONSTRATION
bond and Mr.Johnnie WilliamsJr.

I Plan To Attack ., $25 savings bond. NO OILIGATION... IP >OU DOs NOT IUY
w Ghetto Problemsduce .. I "" ..". -

Sen. Edward W. BrookeR., that merchants in lowcomeareas racial Imbalance
Mass.) lone Negro in the U.S. where there may be a 'schools and withhold in''
Senate, has proposed legisla- high risk of riot damage can 'education grants if the agencies -
tions which would do away with still obtain credit to continueand fall to make satisfactory WIGSBfl
racial barriers in government expand operations.The efforts to cur tail racial imbal
employment and improve Ne- others would: :ance.
gro opportunities mother Amend the 1964 Civil Rights Eliminate the distributionof
areas.A Act by revoking exemptionof I federal education funds to I
member of the National federal, state and local gov- :school districts which may I
Advisory CommissiononCivil ernm3ntal agencies to federal I have some disadvantaged .
Disorders, Brooke proposedfive anti discrimination provis- I children but are essentially in I
measures which he said ions. wealthy communities. 6011 NW 7th Ave
would attack ghetto problems.One Authorize the U-.S. Office of Create a congressional 1. \)
would ease the restruc- Education to extend financialaid 4 committee to investigate the X64
j ACROSS FROM THE CONTINENTAL CLUB
tions on loans by the Small to stte and local education 'welfare system with an eye to <1 1.
Business Administration so agencies t o eliminate or re4 4 complete overhaul.
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leaders of Religious Bodies Ask Private Leasing Fund



For ,Economic Bill of Rights To Ease Housing ShortageTwo ...

measures to relieve the given to Little Hud choosing the property to Little HUD
NEW YORK.-The leaders the Civil Rights Act of 1968, they "urge the private! sectorto shortage of units for low and the best housing plan,which is when it is completed.It is then
of the nation's four major religious the statement urges Congress"to accelerate its program for moderate income families a complete reversal of the government building and
bodies last week asked approve immediately the improving conditions under were proposed lastweekby current policy of the Department therefore does not remain on
Congress for an Econimic Bill balance of$1,980,000,000 au- which the disadvantaged live Metro's Department of Housing ofbousingandUrbanDevelopment the tax rolls.
of Rights for Disadvantag- thorized by the Economic Opportunity and work and, at the same and Urban Development. in the leasing
Mr. Sofge would be allowedby
ed advocated by the late Dr. Act for fiscal year time, urge the public sectorto Haley Sofge,HUD'S director program. the
$200,000 revolving fund
Martin Luther King,Jr.,urged, 1968" encourage this accelerationby made the proposals,which will Said Sofge, "This would allow to that
guarantee a site will be
citizens tosupporttheGovernment The statement requests the use of, appropriate financial include a $200,000 revolvingfund you to advertise for bids purchased the
and
by
"even in the area of President Johnson and Con- incentives." which will eliminate leng- on a housing project. And then Urban Housing
taxation, as it seeks to achieveDr. gress "as a first step in the They declared "our inten- the delays in construction of you could tell the developer the Development Department -
King's objective,"and appealed direction of implementing the tion to take immediate steps to units in the urban renewal maximum monthly rentals
to "the private sectorto recommendations of the Na- develop a coordinated sacri- area.A you'll pay" The plan proposed would allow -
accelerate its program for tional Advisory Commis- ficial effort on the part of the 10-year lease plan by the The developer, Sofge said, the county 10 oy-pass the
Improving conditions under sion on Civil Disorders, to American religious commun- county was suggested by Mr. would be responsible for' the federal agencies and make the
which the disadvantaged live take extraordinary action to ity to help the disadvantagedto Sofge. This will enable the maintenance and managing the guarantee to the builder
and work." achieve" the late Dr. King's implement local pro- county to lease public housingproJe'cts properties, land and buildings. The Advisory Board of the
The unprecedented interre- objective when he said:"hope grams," and affirmed "that from private developers -' The property would also remain Housing and Urban Development -
ligious statement on the pres- . that what comes out of only through massive contri- after they are built. on the tax rolls, approved the con-
ent crisis -- issued for publication these non-violent demonstra- butions by the American peo- But the developer is to retain In the urban area most of the cept of private leasing and the
on Easter Sundaywas tions will be a n Economic Bill ple can this nation duly honor ownership of the land and the development is on a what is revolving fund.It is nowfor the
signed by the Most Rev. JohnF. of Rights for the Disadvantaged the lite-offering of Martin Lu- buildings. known as a "turnkey" basis. measures to be approved by
Dearden, president of the requiring about 10 or 12 ther King,r.,and responsibly More flexibility will be This enables the builder to sell the Metro Commission.
National Conference of Catholic billion dollars." life up the burden of the poor
Bishops; Dr. Arthurs. The religious leaders said and oppressed in our land."
Flemming, president of the
National Council of Churches;
His Eminence, Archbishop la- 0Chief Judge
kovos, chairmanofthe Stand
ing FConference of Orthodox dIThI

Bishops in the Americas; and iww A* urn . ,
Rabbi Jacob P. Rudin, presi-

of dent America.of the Synogogue Council FMFlTiJA SUMIMIE CdURJCRdUP: 2Pu PR.WEtT'WQ"'oc'4I' *RS, i

In behalf of their respective 11 Lc 4D fe* JUtfGE U tJack's 1
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the shameful murder of Dr.
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SEE 'MR. JACK"FOR
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or local memorial is STYLES FOR ALL AGES
equal to the greatness of his The Very Latest in Mens Fashions
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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, April 26, 1968 15FREDDY'S ..

I Dade Teachers Average Pay Is $8,300 I


The average salary paid. to beginning salaries. above median. '. . $6,092 in 1962-63 . to :
Dade teachers climlv.ed
County This year beginning sal- That maximum salaries of the current $8,300 in 1967-68. :
to $8,300 this school year aries for BA degree teachers $9,860 for BA degree teachers That the MA salary maxi-
--an increase of $846 over were increased an average of moved Dade up a notch from mum of ten years ago was$300
last year and a sum more than $400 ((7.4 percent)while maxi- ninth to eighth place among the less than today's MA starting 6421
double that of 15 years ago-- mum salaries for teachers with big systems, and above the national salary of $6,600 . and that SUPERETTE tv: \
to annual
according an
study by MA degrees increased an median, but the county the BA maximum of ten years atM
the school system's Depart- average of$719(7.8 percent). sllppeda notch in maximum ago was $400 less than today's
ment of Administrative Dade was an exceptionwith: its pay for MA d e g r e e teachers beginning wage of$6,000.On .
Research. minimum increased$700(13.2percent ( from 12th to 13th, paying the the state level,the report GOTEM CHEAP FOOD SALE )
Comparing 25 school districts ) and maximums same as the median, $10,440. shows
with more than 100,000 MA's by $900 ((9.4 percent.) That they, along with Duval, Dade: teachers make more THIS WEEKENDTENDER
children, the study reveals a In the
report, Dade teach- work more days than their than teachers in any other
definite trend away from ers find: counterparts in other major Florida county . but one '
B
GRADE
across the board raises and That beginning salaries of CHIC
systems -- 196againstthenational -
county, Glades, pays a higher
of greater increases to ex- $6,000 for those with BA degrees median of 190. Fewest beginning salary at $6,120.
perienced teachers than to be and of $6,600 for those days worked is in Los Angeleswith (Florida's estimated average
ginners. Since a 1962-63 with master's FRYERS
degrees places 178.
salary is $7,200)). ,
study, all of the districts have Dade in ninth place among the That computed on a daily :;.
added more to maximum than nation's big systems, well rate, they make $30,11 they Eleven counties in Florida *,,:
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are BA beginners, a rank of still pay less than $5,000
18th among the big syste ms... starting salaries -- Washington ;t N t
4 % 'J1IUUe oT Dade ,a 4" and $53.27 if they are MA de- $4,550; Suwanee, $4,600; .
gree teachers at maximum WakuUa, $4,700; Walton, $4- 23C
salary, a rank of 16th. 750; Madison, $4,700Leon,
That they average 24.2 Calhoun, Gadsden,Holmes and LB..
HELP ME r, pupils per teacher, against an Jackson $4,800; Jefferson,
estimated high of 27 in three $4,950.
districts, Milwaukee, St. That the number of years it TENDERIZED SMOKED WHOLE
HELP Louis, and Los Angeles and a takes to reach the maximum
low approximately 20 in four salary in Florida ranges from
districts. a low of 10 to 17 counties to 25 PICNIC'La.28Cox
DADE That their average salaries years in' Seminole County. It
increased from $4,102 in takes 12 in Dide,the state me
1953-54 to $5,049 in 1957-58 dian.
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Secure President's These Committee Rights" "To Wilkins Named To Head DETERGENT a 25*


FOR a new State Constitution, geographically U.S. Missions To World

and proportionately compatible to our LONGGRAIN

dynamic State Human Rights MeetingNEW RICE 5 c E LB.i.o59 ,

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FOR further improvement of Florida'seducational
YORK.-Roy Wilkins, tion of the Universal Declara-
picture, including higher
executive director of the tion Human Rights. In calling
educational standards, better pay for National Association for the the conference, the General MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEEsAL
teachers and more funds for education Advancement of Colored People Assembly proposed a three-
,'emplaned from J.F.Kennedy point agenda: ((1) a review of TIN ONt9
FOR legislation conducive to the growth of .International Aiport here progress since the adoption: :
Dade County and the development of Florida Friday, April 19, for Tehran, the Universal Declaration in LIMIT
Iran, where he is heading the 1948; ((2)) evaluation of the ef- WITH YOUR $5.00 ORDER OR MORE
United States delegation to the fectiveness of the methods used -
FOR action against crime and corruption in VITA GOLD
United Nations International t o help the United Nationsin
State and local governments Conference on Human Rights. the field of human rights;
Announcement of Mr. Wil- and (3)) preparation of further PINEAPPLEJUICE
FOR tax relief for Senior Citizens and homeowners kins' designation to head the measures to be taken after
delegation was made Fridayby 1968.
President Johnson from his The ten-person delegation BIG
office in Austin, Texas. The headed by Mr. Wilkins repre-
FOR a fair tax share for Dade County 4 46 OZ. $1'CANS
conference opened in the IranIan sents one of 132 countries in-
capital on Monday, April; vited to attend the conference.In .
FOR a lower voting age 22, with Mr. Wilkins presenting addition,observerslromintergovernmental
the United States' positionon agenciesand
FOR the re-districting of Dade County vital human rights issues.Mr. governmental organi-
Wilkins was named to zations were invited.

FOR the revision of the State's antiquated replace Ambassador at Large NEW BETHEL GIVES
W. Averell Harriman as chiefof PRICES GOODFRIDAY
Welfare laws the U. S. delegation to this BANQUET FOR FMC
international conference. Mr.
FOR a State-wide Human Relations Board to Harriman, former Gover- BUILDING FUNDThe SATURDAY &
cope with racial problems nor of New York, was unableto CommIttee on Educa-
attend because of the pend- tion at NewBethel Baptist
ing peace talks 1 with North Church invites the public to a
.q '7f Image j4T Dade esu tII" Vietnam representatives. It is banquet Saturday, April 27, SUNDAY MORN
anticipated that Mr.Harriman 730 p.m., for the benefit of
will be the chief U. S. negoti- Florida Memorial'Building
ELECT RONALDYOUNG. ator at the forthcoming talks. Fund. The affair will be at You SAVE"MONEY"
The Tehran conference wasc HOliday Inn, 1925HarrisonSt.,
a lIed by the United Nations Hollywood, and the donation is
General Assembly the high- $6. Dr. I. G, Pratt is speakerfor
light of the Human Rights Yearof the occasion. Rev. Eddie AT FREDDY'S
1968 in observance of the Collie, chairman, Rev.Ernest
20th anniversary of the adop- Williams, pastor.

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-'_... ....J._ Movement On Washington
t ;'
"' andothersfrom eastern caravan will arrive in
II III (This caravan,
; Continued From Page 1 held that night. the Midwest and North- Washington.

first of east will march part way in Saturday, May 18: The
5 The ,
where Dr. King fell April 4 Sunday, May : Souther
I to cities and states along the n caravan will arrivein
caravans
the three major
when struck by the'assassin's
outside routes toward Washington and Washington.:
bullet. The SCLC Presidentwill Jackson Washington Mississippi.begins Poor move part way in buses, cars, Monday, May 20: Major
I immediately lead a mass demonstrations will
Mississippi will wagons, and other vehicles). begin.
from
march out of Memphis toward people M-.y7s Thursday, way 30 The
start this "Southern leg" of Tuesday morning, : :
Marks, Mississippi. will lead the massive March on Washingtonfrom
Abernathy
the Campaign walking to Jack- Dr.
train including all parts of the nation
4 son for a mass meeting. start of a wagon ,
Saturday, May : The Memphis -
will be held. All
mule-drawn carts, from persons who
march arrives in Marks
I train will support the Campaign are invited
6 Dr. Aber- Marks. This wagon -
\ location of some of the most Monday, May :
.. extreme poverty in the United nathy will lead the Southern leg proceed through Mississippi, to coma to Washingtonand
t : :,..' :States. A mss meeting will be on a march out of Jackson. Alabama, Georgia, South stay if they wish.
i, ,x wz C+ n'Y Carolina, North Carolina and
it
'Hi"'T:in' ,' Virginia, picking up additional

: I Demand poor: people on the way and arriving -
Bus Drivers in Washington: in about

25 days.
s{"t 1 1i Tuesday afternoon, May 7:

More Pay less Hours Approximately 1,000 of the
,
marchers from Memphis will

depart from Marks on a bus

Ifanother bus drivers' rates of 10 per cent above caravan to Washington, with

.strike must be avoided,the de- those offered by the MTA.A overnight stops and rallies

I mand for more pay and less planned for Nashville and

1I working hours for the drivers regular Miami i Transit Knoxville Term., andDan-

i I must be met, according to the Authority bus driver now ville, Va.Wednesday.

C:decision! arrived at Monday at earns a starting salary of night, May: 8: Dr. A9111I

.i predawn meeting. $2.29 an hour. Heworks an Abernathy will speak at a mss

average of 48 hours a week, meeting in Chicago, kicking off ,
This is what the drivers are with 44 hours at straight time the Midwestern caravan.

: & :':demanding! by a animous and four hours at time-and-a Thursday night, May 9: Dr. .
I 9c9ette1tMrs vote of 136 members of the half. This gives him a gross Abernathy will speak at a mass

I Fraternal Order Transit weekly pay,before deductions, meeting in Boston, kicking off e A Distinguished, Record ol 22 Years Public
I Pearl Timmons of Tuskegee Institute is employ-i employes present: of a little more than $114 a the Northeastern caravan Service School:Board State,Representative Dade County Commissions County l,
Jacksonville, announces the ed by the Dade County Boardof week. which down the East City ol Miami Director ol Public Welfare
public Reduction of the goes S As Chairman ol Florida House local Gov
engagement of her daughter Instruction. Mr. (1)) average Coast ernment Committee dining 196" sessionYarborough
Florence Griffin,to Eugene Strachan, a graduate of Florida 'weekly run from 48 to 44 The Fraternal Order of guided: tome I 1.500 loral hills
Sunday, May 12: The marchers to help counties and cities
Strachan, son of Mrs. Con- A&M University is present-I hours, with overtime pay. Transit Employes consists of who went from Memphis e Past President ol Orange Bowl Committee
stance Strachan, and the late ly employed as a Probation Of- 560 members 95 percent of Miami Kiwanis Club, florid High
to will School Coaches
Marks, Mississippi, Ann and Florida County
Nathaniel Strachan of this city. ficer for Juvenile Court. A ((2)) Overtime pay for all them are bus drivers, and 80 arrive in Washington. Commissioners Assn.
Miss Griffin, a graduate of June wedding is planned. 1 hours after 40. And hourly pay percent of them are Negroes. e Born In Chester, S C. Graduated Clem
Monday, May 13: The people son University & attended University ol
_. Florida ,Married to former Louise Bland
-- who have arrived from Mam- ing ol Bartow, Outstanding football mad

Mrs. Piidling Home ShowThe at Dinner Key May 8-12 phis by way of Marks will begin e at Decisions Miami High ol the School Public lot Service 10 years Commis
building the shanty town stun affect Florida future and your pocketbook
"City of Hope" in WashingtonThis leadership. let work Yarborough lor you experience inr

Launches Liner Miami Home Show, Featured displays include a Door prizes to be presentedat City will be a place for

hailed a s "the largest ever life-size model of the famed the show include a year's poor people to sleep, eat,have

presented,*' will be held at the :Ponderosa Ranch House from supply of food, round trip vacations education and cultural pro
LUEBECK, Germany.Mrs. wife- city's Dinner KeyAuditorium i the television show Bonanaza, to Rio de Janeior anda grams while they carry out the fee ee
Lynden O. Pindling,
of the Bahamas prime minis- May 8-12. ]plus national displays from the vast amount of varied mer- Campaign in Washington.
i U. S. Department of Agriculture chandise. Thursday, May 16: The Mid
ter christened the
Saturday Headlining the show, which new 1,500 passenger liner features 300 booths displaying I, ., New York Life Insurance, Admission to the Home Showis Washington. e tl PD.POL.ADV.
Freeport here. the latest for modern $1.00 for adults and.50 for
products
Traid Corp., Niagra Manufac- Friday, May 17: The North-
,I' The 6-foot, 10,000 ton living, will be comedian Morey I turing Co., Chrysler Airtemp children.
Amsterdam and his review.
twin-screw vessel was ;and many others.

launched at the Orenstein-
The Amsterdam Review includes i
Koppel Und Luebecker Mas- the
InkSpots, Tony
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and dancers, Puerto,
Baltic seaport.The Rican Bombshell Tany Roman, SUPPORT !
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Freeport is expected to Jerry Marshall's Orchestraand YOUR
other acts.In .
be in operation between Miami popular

and Freeport, Grand Bahama addition, Miss Home Show YMCA
Island by the end of this tlY r _
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will sing in the show. .
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1 DadeCounty :

Here are some of the Important accomplishments
gained through his bold and imaginative
.. leadership:
r: \ A Strong zoning controls. (He has fought spot zoning.)


:' I':'" .. 't't- Creation of the new Housing and Urban Development Department to

speed up public housing and urban development programs.
To whom it may concern,

Nick Ferguson, President of Sponsored county-wide landscaping ordinance, blocking from public

Liberty Community view many ugly commercial
areas.
Political Organization, is act-
ing district campaign *
manageras
Establishment of a new state Mental Health Facility in Dade.
a business man of North

Fort Hotel of 45 NE 5th Street, Acquisition of Cape Florida as Dade's first
state park.
and also owned light hauling
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furniture, for John Gilbert, the Governmental Centers planned for South Dade and downtown Miami.
Constable of District No. 1 to
serve all the people and his Purchase of Bookmobiles forerunner
to county-wide library system.
record as a Constable is hardto

beat.

I'mlso backing Mr. Hardy 41.
Matherson and Judge Turnerof
Criminal Court for re-elec- Pull Lever .

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Poor Pay More And Get LessBetty ,


Furness, PresidentJohnson's Poor are being
adviser onconsumer feel they're swindled, or ture purchase may feel some tors the press has an Impor-

affairs, told the American Referring to being the swindled.1965 Watts" animosity" toward his merchant tant role to play in this work.

Society of Newspaper Editors riot, she asked; "is it so ? She praised newspapers,
All '
merchants in
Convention that the poor pay startling that stores were the slums radio and television for increased -
more and get less for their burned in Watts 'Where are not guilty of these prac- awareness of consumer -
the
tices, she said, and added that
money. markup television problems.A .
sets in the violence this month pPya
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Inferior quality goods, ranged as high
as 160 L
overpricing i ; high Interest above prices for per cent many honestly operated stores random poll of 60 of the
the exact were not destroyed. editors at the convention
and fraudulent
rates practicesare model in other
parts of
Los showed many of them think that
common In the slum. ,she Angeles?
Miss Furness urged pro- history will regard President
said.
"Unethical retail practiceis "Is it so startling thata grams of consumer educationand Johnson as a good presidentand --
Mexican-American
paying 82 for even a if he
consumer protection great one can
a pr iDc ipal burner under any per cent interest
on a turni- urban areas and told the edi- settle the Vietnam war.
long hot summer, she said,

adding:

April"I think have the made burning it clear days that of King Memorial Given $100,000 By Xerox i 14p 1 ., , I

the one of the great problemsof I
our urban ghettos is that thet'Y" ROCHESTER, N.Y.- Xerox basis and will advance seed; man of the board and chief executive i ,
Corporation has
announced a money' to construct projects officer of Xerox,expressed I i
gift of $100,000 to the Com
earmarked forlow-income his appreciation on
munity Chest of Rochester and families. behalf of the Chest for thecompany's
Monroe County for the Martin
recognition of the
Luther King Memorial Fund. C. Peter McColough, Xerox importance of meaningful piae4qcqute1t
president, presented the checkto
The Fund, designed to speed Joseph C. Wilson,chairmanof community action. ".
housing programs for inner- the Community Chest and of "I am enormously pleased
city families, was establishedby the Metropolitan Housing that Xerox has seen fit to take
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the Community Chest's Committee. this action," he said."We can

board of directors on April 10. pay no better tribute to the I

It will operate on a revolving Wilson, who is also chair- memory of Dr. King than to
pledge ourselves to carryon
M his work to alleviate the suffering Mr. and Mrs. Moses Hillman Mr. Brown attended Miami

Learn The Right Way of our fellow man: announce the engagement Dade Junior College and is a

In making the contribution, of their daughter, Beverly graduate of Florida Atlantic
t '/; McColough commented, "So I Opal to Mr. Julius C. Brown, University. He is presently
\ ; To Seek EmploymentShe I son of Mrs. Sallie Brown and
ciety has too long paid heed employed as a chemist in the
\ '&:::1:. only with lip service to the terrible J Rev. J, E. Brown. research laboratories of Tennessee -

A cross-section of "hardcore" has also projected the"exposure' problem of housing.lam Miss Hillman I is a graduate Eastman Kodak Com
MRS. EVA MAE BRITT poverty and the feasibly type sessions and indeed happy that wa at Xerox I of Miami Northwestern Senior pany in Kingsport, Tennessee.

RECEIVES TRAINING well-incomi d are presently staged group participationwhich are participating in this im- J High and attended Miami Dade The wedding is planned for

being trained in the proper she feels to con- portant community action." Junior College. July 6.

Mrs. Eva Mae Britt was way to seek employment at the structing sound personality." The Community Chest, in a .

trained by Mrs. Mahone asa primary "C"communityschool Mrs. Rogers also invited a special appeal for its 1968

Persulan Relaxer Tech- every Tuesday,at 530.: mystery guest to speak on drug campaign urged Monroe $$ Chief Judge
nician for Drake Laboratories The leadership training addiction and how to overcome County residents to designatean $
Inc. Detroit course is sponsored by the the habit when it threatens additional contribution this
Michigan.
Mrs. Mahone was sent to United Fund Agencies. Group one's Job. "Barbara X. spoke year, over and above the irregular

Sunlierht Beauty Culture leaders are Mr.H. Raifordand on drugs from personal ex- donation, to the King : 1ATF.!

School, 1113 NW 3rd Ave., for Mr. S. Rogers. periences in nursing. "Bar- Memorial Fund.Speaking .
one week by Mr. N. H. Bron- Persons ranging in ages 16 bara X'' is actually Miss Bar- for the Chest,Wil-
ner, national Persulan public to 20 years old m eet for bara Fagan; Registered Nurseat son said, "In the wake of a national =: ==

relations director to train courses which will afford certain Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. tragedy, we are given a

; Mrs. Britt. After receivingher Jobs for this summer. The chance to honor one man's

, training she was added to present session ends June 14. There has been five ses- dream '.. '..
the National Persulan Tech- At the end of the course the sions of the United Fund Lead

nician staff to train other cos- coordinators will seek justi- ership course and many other

metologists as technicianshow -- fied employment' for those enrolled qualified onsultants are being

to use Persulan Hair Re- at the newly adopted scheduled.

laxers. minimum wage of $1.60 per there are 51 stu-
Presently,
I hour.! NEW
Mrs. Britt i a nationally dents enrolled in this course. CARFINANCING
known hair and Mrs. Eleanor Rogers, authority -
stylist cosmetology Sixtysixper cent of the per-
in
personnel development -
instructor at Sunlight sons are still public school.
and business etiquette,
Beauty School, Miami, prize (
winner hair stylist, receivedher I has undertaken the trying task Other programs of this type
teacher training from Mr. )f instructing students in whata are concurrently being held at

D. A, Julius of Miami.She also boss expects, dress for the New convenant Presby-

received a B. S. degree in work, income tax deductionsand terian Church, Brownsville,
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. what to say in interviews. and Drew High Schools.

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STATE REPRESENTATIVE OF MIAMI
first fully integrated bank in the entire Southeast

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I. Rap Brown Out of Jail AgainThe Chicago Kids Claim That Police.


angriest young Negro ed out of Cambridge, Md. in a said that he hoped to try
militant and foremost advocate few hours after he was freedon .Brown's case in two or three
of Black Power,H.Rap bond under strict and elaborate months. But obsevers in civil Helped Them Loot
Brown, head of the Student security arrangements.Brown rights circles were quick to
Non-violent Coordinating was charged with inciting : remarkthatBrown's trial will
Committee, who has been in to riot and arson in racial probably take much longer In the left side of Chicago complices. I saw the police and I got
and out of Jail numerous times, disorders in Cambridgelast than that begin.Brown is reputed slums, a young Negro remarked Another child wrote, ". . scared."
was bonded out of a Maryland July. to have some highpriced in an essay to his teacher, I saw a lot of people and I say
Jail last.Thursday. lawyers defending him,andit that "the police told me to get to myself they are fit to riot And still another child
Brown was held on a $150- Brown was bonded out on is believed that the courts do him some whisky. And I wentto and they pull down bar and wrote, "The rioting started
000 bond in Cambridge,but the special provisions which required not want to make a martyr of a store and got him the broke window and took clothes and the police were looting as
bond was reduced to $10,000 that the Black Power him by a quick trial and con- whisky and gave it to him and from the store and I Just look much as the Negroes and some
leader to
after his lawyers pleaded fora appear before JudgeC. viction. he wentand got some more at them. Then the police com more. The police told this bob
lower bond, and the amount Burnham Mace whenever When Brown left Cambridge clothes and gave it to me so I and police Jump out of the car to put the stuff in the car and
was posted. Brown,therefore, summoned and to comply with In an unmarked police car went home and stay there." and got into the window and get they will take him home and for
seems to still have a lot of financial conditions of federal bond Imposed driven by the commander of Kids told to write essays on something and put it in their him to ride in the back of the
helpers. earlier. the Eastern Shore State police, how riots and looting looked to car and drove off. I got some squad car. The police went
During the few minutes' accompanied by his attorneys, them, and soma of the children thing and ran home . and real fast and the boy fell off
The 24-year-old militant court proceedings Brow was he was headed to the airport told how they were inspired to went and got some more. And and the police kept going with
who succeeded Stokey Carmichael more quiet than'usual and said for Newark, N. J.,. on his way looting by some strange ac- the third time I went up there the boy's stuff." .
as head SNCC,whisk- nothing. The State attorney to New York City.


Adam Clayton Powell EOPI Gets $65,933 For Manpower


.1 Training Project

in Miami Hospital William U. Norwood, re- technicians and nurse's aide, the period of training.
gional manpower administrator 11 each for stitcher and finishing Further infornution
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Still maintaining a self- ing from a minor prostate disclosed how long Mr.1.1 for the U. S. Departmentof trimmer; 12 for laster; 10 cerning on-the-job t r a i n i n g
Labor here said each for cut-off saw operator can be had from the Manpower
exile status in Bimini, in the gland ailment and was under- Powell's stay in the hospital Secretaryof
Bahamas, Adam Clayton in the hospital,with will be. Labor Willard Wirtz has metal and punch press opera- Administration, Room 740,
Powell, elected but ,excluded, no visitors allowed. Mr. Powell is a candidate announced approval of a Man- tor; five each for productionline 1371 Peachtree Street NE,Atlanta
member of Congress, was admitted again for the. Congressionalseat power Development and assembler, solderer Georgia, 30309.Euqr.UDCE' .
to Jackson Memorial The administrative official from'which he was excluded Training Act (MDTA) project assembler production solderer -
Hospital last Sunday morning, of the hospital said that theRev.Mr. in March 1967. He is and a 11 oc a tion and $65,933 frame maker, and tele-
having flown from Bimini.He Powell was in satisfactory hoping to be seated after his in Federal funds. phone operator; and four each
said that he ,was suffer- condition. It was not election in November. The project is to be conducted for lay-boy tender Jogger op-
by the Economic Oppor erator, assembler-line, lathe
tunitYProgram of Dade: County operator, screen maker, mil-
"sz Miami i Richard Weatherly, ling machine operator, panel
BpYCOTTOKKIRKf': $$ executive director. The ad- maker, projection clerk,
Off Polict OfficerS
Duty ,,1 :' :{f _:: j'I j1 dress is 395 North West First grinder operator and cutting.

I );;'CONFERENCE'URGED, , A' Street, Miami, Florida 33128. On-the-Job training is given
i'f" : .I Training opportunities will by private industry with Federal
oots Man ,' ,' :: :", : be provided for 150unemployed Government reimburse-
and underemployed pesons ment for instructor fees and
Threatened by a man with a When Calhoun: went out to chapter The president of the National: of the Asso-state for up to 26 weeks in various instructional materials only. 1
gun in a bar,veteran police of- hail down a squad car Young ciation for the Advancement of occupations. The occupations The trainees receive wages
ficer Willie Calhoun, had to went to his car and went to the Colored People the Rev. Joel Include 20 each for surgical paid by the employer during

shoot his way out of serious bar again, but this time he hada Atkins, wants no part of Gov- i
trouble last Sunday. gun which he aimed at Cal- enor Kirk's conference on -
Bloumt's Bar, 2nd Ave. and houn's head. The officer then cities, and he urges Negroesto WT a i 'VASS'A :B :
11th Street, owned by the of- :tired four times, hitting Young boycott the conference, be-
ficer's mother, was the scene I in 1 the shoulder .Young then
cause, he says, it "is stacked WOODFA.CARLTOH
of the incident that brought six slipped behind the wheel of his, with bigots and segrega- /
Miami squad cars after police car and drove Into a parked cara tionists."
officer Calhoun shot Robert few feet away.An ambulancewas SUPREME CO U RT
The
conference is called to ,
Young in self-defense. called and Young was discuss urban problems, is FLO RID A $UPRIME: COUBT aaoue 2 A.DEDicArEDJCJ.R': r
Calhoun had asked Young to taken to Jackson Memorial another attempt, said the Reverend !' .dR r r AI $'
leave the bar after he had slap- Hospital, where his conditionwas Mr. Atkins, by the gov- '(", 'hUP :J ',ffM': ,rd, ."fll"t:
ped his wife and threatened an- described as not serious. ernor to placate the Negroes
other man. Young used some Young gave his address as of this state.
obscene language to the police 11945 SW 186th Street. Added Mr. Atkins, "it is

him officer, the and officer threatened said. to shoot plain asinine to ask the Negro MORE THAN EVER WE NEED
WOMAN TO HEAD people to pay $20. to register
for a conference that is stacked -
HUD CIVIL RIGHTSCivil with bigots and segrega- RICHARD E.

Fights After tionists." We are asking Negroes -
Rights director of the who believe Inhuman
Department of Health, Education dignity and first class citizenship -
Jacki Wilson'sShow and Welfare will be Mrs. to neither attend nor par
Ruby Martin, 35, who will take ticipate."
the post May 1. She succeeds Scheduled for Thursday and GERSTEIN
Peter Lib ass i, who has re- Friday, the conference is expected
signed. Mrs. Martin, now the to draw not too many
Cause Arrests deputy director, is a lawyerand Negroes, according to obser
a native of Arkansas. vers.

of Six

GO FOR
Arrested for disorderly
conduct Monday night after the
performance of Jackie Wilsonat

the Miami Stadium were six GREEL1E ', .
youths who were engaged in
fights near the stadium.
4 4REELECTHIM' 4S
Windows were reported ,
broken inside the stadium before .' "
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department's night shift were I_ t
ordered to the scene, as the
crowd attending the show left
the stadium about midnight.
Most of the arrests, however,
were made in separate inci-

dents before the crowd had left '. .. '
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the stadium. .
For disorderly conduct, the t >.1/

following were arrested; Joe .
Conyers, 22, 328 NW 54th St.; r '
Charles Brown, 17, 6820 NW
28 St.; Cranwell J. Alston, 17, ,
1822 NW 88 St.;Jimmie Troup
17, 6531 NW 29 Ave.; Tommy 1 STATE ATTORNEY

Avenue.Coleman Arrested, 17, 5122 for NW public 13th I I i '

drunkenness was DwightL. EXPERIENCE
DEDICATION
> Whims, 20, 729 NW 48th St. PROYENCOURAGE
Through a milling crowd of
over 2,000,' police had to use
PULL
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By Albert Wellington Cooke .

wt INCOME TAX Voter/ Registration

Say Cousins:
Man you got me in a mess.looked for you or whoever was
1 suppose to bring my income tax forms to me, and I haven't Committee

.-.. seen or heard from you.What goes? My wife is about to bug me
--- r about it and it's costing me money as long as you keep it.
Please get it to me as soon as possible.Joe "

OF DADE COUNTY', k''/ '.
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FAITH AND CONFIDENCEFirst j':1"1 '
let me admonish you for your lack of faith and confidence \: r;
Now let me say that the power of creation lies in BCT .Thedford Johnson w.....)pi f'
PresidentU. ;:
thoughts. Nothing is that was not first concieved in the mind

'", which is the birthplace of all thoughts. When we think nega-
tively we do ourselves wrong. Because negative thinking or a
negative thought can ruin our whole barrellfullof good intentions h

The Florida,A&M College of Law Staff is proud to announce Incidently good intentions are no better than bad ,intentions S. SENATE 1-C Collins
Action and reaction what counts. Doubts and fear
that the last graduating class will receive the juris doctor, J.D. are '
are "rotten apples.' One bad apple can spoil a barrell! full of \
this June in lieu of the traditional bachelor of Law, LLB. The
S. CONGRESS 2-D Gissendanner
doctorate degree Is retroactive thereby including all former good ones. U.
graduates of the LawSchool Mrs.Gwen Cherry who Joined the Oh you of little faith don't be afraid. Why go you there wor- ..... .
ried? Don't know that I bit informed about income .
this school instrumental you am a more A '
faculty year was ,along with others in
initiating and implementing this change. tax than you or your wife Have faith in our friendship
Beside don't that it's better late the lie FLORIDA SUPREME COURT
Staff above you CCiow lobe at Pear
The Law pictured are from left to right: Mrs.
Cherry, Assistant Professor of Law; Mr. Irving Mills, Law Gates than to arrive you know where in time. Keep the faith District'1 3-C Boyd
Librarian; Professor Joseph Gibbs, Associate Professor of baby. You can depend on me. You are losing nothing. If it were . .
not so I would have told you. District 2 ," , 4-D Liles
Law, Mrs. Clarke, Secretary to Dean of the College of Law.
Cousins:
THOUGHTS ON LEARNINGI District 3 S-D Dekle

TO CtUbratf "VollIll..rs'Rlcoglillol
hope that you have learned from this experience. We could
I learn a.lot by reading.. It's perhaps the best and cheapest way CIRCUIT JUDGE 7-C Friedman

Day to learn. There is aneasier way to learn Simply listen, because -
when you listen you just might learn something.
Volunteers Unlimited a We deem ths a fitting time to Observation is wonderful, it may give rise to thoughts which
PUBLIC UTILITY COMMISSION8E
demonstration) project of the' express our gratitude. may cause action leading to an experience from which con- '
National Council of Negro Women This affair marks to last clusion will come all of this might cause a behaviors change Yarborough

,focal section,South,presents public program of Project thus learning. This in itself brings to mind the Importance of
"Volunteers Recognition Volunteers Unlimited which planning ahead. Come earlier next year ok.
Day.' The occasion will ends officially May 31. How- "Learning is to the mind what light is to the eyeit enables
STATE ATTORNEY 9-C Gerstein
be celebrated Sunday,April ever, the units of the National the mind to see things hidden'
28, at the Church of the Open Council of Negro Women, Inc. EVERYTHING GOES TO PROVE BUT ONE THING: THIS IS
Door, 6001 NW 8th Ave.,from in Greater Miami will continue OUR FATHER'S WORLD.- Cousins

4-6 p.m. The public Is invited. to carry out the work within STATE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVESDistrict
Keynote speaker for the occasion the program_ guidelines of ,;
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will be Miss Olive B.- NCNW and' innovations Introduced Ns 91 10-E' Young
Alexander, former director of in the demonstration
the J a m e s E,Scott Community project. They have individually District 93 11-C Clark
Association. and collectively committed
Presentation of awards will themselves tobeingavitalforce District 99 12-E Kershaw

made to the volunteers and in this community, effecting 12-D Evans

other community persons who social change. r u
have given willingly of their This organization is still $2498 District 107 13-C BaumgartnerCOUNTY

time, mental and physical resources recruitting women who can
in helping us to gain hear the call for dedication to April Only
more insight about the dy- this task. Interested persons
namics of working with peopleas may call Mrs. Gracie Miller, DUMAS srI JUDGE 14-C Blanton
individuals and in groups. project director, at 238-8723.

MILNER 4181 S.W. 8th ST.
DENTURESHOftT MARY LEE ,AGENCY Phone 444-3566 CRIMINAL COURT OF RECORDS15D

? & NURSES' REGISTRY TurnerJUVENILE ,
1662 N E 123rd Street
Even the best fitting dentures can be painful (New Address)
New medicated cream recommended by
many dentists relieves tender sort spots LPN's RN's nurses aide,
When dentures 1 irritate gums apply JUDGE
OM III d for fast, ,long lasting relief Spe- and attendants,we are open ,. . .
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clal antl-Irritant base helps comfortable ing again and welcome all / Group 4
ad/ustment. Antiseptic too, soothes and
16-E
helps prevent denture -. nurses. Saxon
odor and Ins Infant norms and live in .
fection Don't auf r: ,
applyOMJILtf; -J; ,0 nurse companions.All / / / / ,
now, and relieve ,.
In I!!!!!" lines of domestic work.
gum pain nets
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:I IN MEMOIn memory of our loving mother RANGEJohn Smith of 2778 NW 44th 2nd Willis Ave.,Everridge Apt. 6,diedAprll of 1140 NW 16,

I I I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I and grandmother, Street, died Monday, April child-15. at Veteran's Hospital.Funeral
four
He is survived by services were conducted Saturday

MRS. LUECRETIA DUKES ren; his mother-in-law Mrs. April 20, at Mt. Car-
------ 22 Minnie Jeter; other relatives. Rev.DA.
t- who departed this life April mel Baptist Church

IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn 1965. Services were conducted sa- Bradley, pastor. officiating.
I, c.. CARD OF THANKSThe Gone, but forgotten. May turday, April 20, in the chapel. Survivors include wife Ida; one
, In sad remembrance of our loving memory of my
family of the late she rest in peace. daughter Eva Thomas;one son
f. love one beloved husband Harold Rustin of 6321 NW 6 Walter; stepson, Allen

Son, daughters, grandchildren Ave, died Monday, April 22. :Phillips; stepdaughter, Mary
JACK HARDY and FamilyIN He is survived by his wife Jones and other relatives
who departed this life April 26,
Bloneva; two sisters Minnie of 1818 NW
ft Benjamin Henry
, 1965. Good, andMatllda Rustin; died April 18. Re-
63rd St.,
ft LJ We miss your cheery smile three brothers Johnny,George mains were shipped,to Arca-

the friendly wave of your hand. MEMOIn and Hebert; several nieces, dia, for final rites. Survivors
All we can sa'y is God knows nephews and other relatives and
daughters
three
best and has taken you hometo loving memory of our Including Gloria Lightburn, a include

rest. Sleep on dear one upon husband and father, sister-in-law; John and other relatives.

his breast. Rennie Smith. Services will be of
JAMES DEAN SR. Mrs. Ad ell a Rahmings
conducted Saturday, April 27, 238 NW 13th St.,died April 17.
18
who departed this life April ,
missed his wife
Sadly by
at 10 in Holy Redeemer
<< 1958. a.m. Services will be held Saturday,
( Marie Hardya Catholic Church. at St.
April 27 10:30 a.m.
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niece Marie and friendsIN
s Mrs. Ella Dean, wife Agnes Episcopal Church with
Levie Casteel of 1704 NW Fr.. Lambert Sands, rector.
James Dean Jr., son and
t WILLIAM INGRAHAMwho MEMORIAMIn nieces. 5th Ct., died Saturday, April Remains will repose beginning
departed this life on April LENA LEWIS 20 in Jackson Hospital. He is 12 noon Friday until 6 a.m.on

25, ,1965. memory of my beloved survived byhis wife, Minnie; Saturday. Repose in the church

Jwhat would I give to clasp his husband, and father who departed this life April 6-, IN MEMORIAMIn two daughters, Eloise Green beginning 7 a.m. Saturday until -
: 1968 wishes to use this medium
hand, and Bernice Campfield; a son funeral time. Survivors Include -
I His happy face to see, :.' 'f... to express sincere gratitude of Johnnie Casteelfourbrothers daughter Genevieve
one
sad but loving memory ,
To hear his voice and see his to everyone for their Roosevelt, John, Buster, and John
my mother and aunt, Rahmings; grandson ;
beautiful flowers thoughtful
smile Buck; two sisters Georgia and three sisters MrS Caroline
,
.
J That, meant so much to me. expressions of sympathy and Ellen. Final rites will be con- Sarah Adderleyand
MRS OLIVIA JOHNSONand Butler, Mrs.
l service, that was of the greatest
'- I1' .* ducted in Quincy, Fla Dorsett.
i Sadly missed by: ""..<. ; 14Fr ,.. comfort to us in our sorrow Mrs Margaret
.r.... ': --. ', We regret we can not MRS. BEATRICE HUDSON
Mrs. Floris Ingraham, mother t. ... Dublin Roberts of 1606 NW
and Beatrice Sears, ;: name each of you but, special who departed this life April. 58th Terrace, died in Jackson SOUTH BROWARD
their souls rest in
thanks to Mrs.Guest and Mrs. May
sister. Hospital, Monday,April 22.He
Franklin also visiting minis peace. is survived byhiswife, Lessiea FUNERAL HOME

ters and members of Mt.Zion sister- law and other rel-
Leword Johnson son Mrs. Loraine Roker of 1012
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IN MEMORIAMIn and many friends, neighbors, incomplete
atives. Arrangements are -
( 1; a and the Range Funeral Home. Foster Road Hallandale, died
precious memory of my Thursday, April 18. at her
4 beloved husband and father, IN MEMORIAMIn i .....". Joseph Alexander Thompson h 0 m e. She is survived by a

. Sr., of 1869 NW 74th Ter. daughter Mrs. Alma Adderly,
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survived by his wife Louise; children twelve great.
grandch.11dren. -
who departed this life on Apr il four sons Joseph Jr. Phillip .
CARD Services will be held
12, 1964. OF THANKSThe Gregory, and Michael, two April 24, attheFriendshlp
w Greater love hath no man
I than this that a man lay down family of the late Services daughters will Rosita be conducted and Deloris.Saturday Allen Baptist Church; Rev. Otis

his life for his friend. officiating
It MmS.ROSALEESTALEYtake April 27, at 1 p.m. in
As timo goes on we miss you e the chapel.
this method of expressing
t more and your memory will
forever be cherished in our sincere thanks to the many of 2245
neighbors and friends for acts Mrs. Evelyn Bradley

t1, hearts. of kindness sympathy durling i8'I NW 61st St., died Sunday,April
21. Among survivors are husband -
Sadly missed by; <-,. their bereavement.Special
Richard and other rela
} I thanks to the pastor and members ,
tell of Church ra sr 9 tives. Services wi 11 be con-
0'':( wife and children Temple Baptist
Loving
0 '. Evelyn Stephen and to the Range Funeral ducted Friday, April 26, at 2
p.m. in the chapel
Larry, John A. Jr. Home.
CALLOWAY OWENS Maxine and BeverlyIN JProphet
who departed this life May 4, Mrs. Ethel Lester,daughter Mrs. Sarah Patience Wymanof

1967. Miss Willie Bell Staley, .... 1610 NW 55th Ter., died on
Your vacant place in this MEMOIn daughter Sunday, April 21. She is sur-
world be filled. You PFC THOMASJ.GARRETTwhom vived by two daughters Melba r
can never Mrs Amy Lou Harris,
God has taken to. res t
have passed through the Nixon and Olga Wicks; a son
way of beloved daughter.
memory my April 16 1965.
Howard and
that will but once. You ; seven grand-
you go
husband and father
Grant him Lord, eternal res t:
childre.
Services will be
shall not this conducted
again
pass way shine
and light perpetual i
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but you left your light shinningso CARD OF THANKS him. Thursday, at 10:30: at
upon the Church of the
bright among those that you Incarnation.
knew. Your spirit will alwaysbe The family of the lateMRS
w Geraldine Garrett
C. ,
with us, James Franklin Perthofe of
mother, and Garrett family 1768 NW 68th Ter., died Friday -

I Edna owens, wife April 19. He is survivedby

f. Lula, Idamarie, and Gallo I a daughter, Mrs. Con-
way m, children CARD OF THANKS stance Sandilands; one sister; Walter

I brothers and sisters and and other relatives. Services
The family of the late
other relatives and friends. will be coducted Saturday,

April 27, at 4 p.m. in Kelly's David
MRS. LORENA BRYANT
Chapel.
c
w wish to thank all who donated
IN MEMORIAMIn
cars and sent flowers and for BranhamOF

all other acts of sympathy

loving memory of shown us through sickness and THE LIVING GODIN

S3T. ROBBIE LEE McLEODwho death. To Rev. Otis Sample, CARD OF THANKSThe CHRIST
many thanks for your service Spiritual Advisor and
,..... .
"':! closed his eyes and went _.. and your beautiful flowers. To family of the late Helper in all Walks of
f to heaven on April 29, 1966. the House of Albert and all his

{i We shall say a prayer for him CHARITY LOUBE staff, may God'bless you for GEORGE TURNER Life.

;fr today We cannot forget, we MAJOR such outstanding services and wish to thank everyone for With God all things are

; won't his who passed away April 4,wis h L cards possible. The of
forget memory for all the words of encouragement telegrams, and flow- man
;: lingers on. to express our sincerest appreciation .-, given by you. Thanks also ers sent them during the God performs miraclesand
It'' 'r: and thanks t o I to those who appeared on the hours of their bereavement.Also .
here
is i to do
f i l: just
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: < Sadly missed by; everyone for all forms of condolence program. the Hospitality, Leech that.
sick
Virginia McLeod, wife floral arrangementsand i Art Culture, Social Saving Bring your

Robbie Lee McLeod n, son deeds afforded the family, Brother Rev. J. W. Boykin Clubs, the neighbors of 57 St., and they shall be heal

in the passing of our mother,, Sister Clara Branon St. Veronica Chapter, Church ed.

Special thanks to Fr.TheodonR I Sister Cleola Mosley and of Transfiguration for their Problems tie you

Gibson and members ol f r the entire Mosley Family kindness. Father Sands for his down? In Trouble?

CARD OF THANKSThe Christ Episcopal Church, Fr, words of comfort,and the staffof
Austin R. Cooper, St. AgneS Rahmings Mortuary for Unhappy? Have financial

family... of the late c 0 tt Guild, the Stirrup anDean d I IN MEMORIAM their efficient service. Your trouble? Crossedup

MATTE D. JACKSON SOLOMON WHITEHEADof fa ralliesDadeCountjMorticians kindness will never be forgotten or bewitched ?

Association and I Da memory of my dear brother ,
who rea c bed the end of her Hawkinsville, Georgia who Mr. Harold L. Francis Sr.andstaff I SEE ME:

perfect day April 25, 1965. departed this life April 10, for their courteous and I II .' Mrs. Pearl Turner, wife I came to destroy the

1968 wish to express thanks efficient service. May God I DAVID THOMAS Juanita Turner work of the devil.

Mollle Albert and Julia Mc- and gratitude to everyone during bless each and everyone oi, Doreen Williams, daughter

Crary of Atlanta, sisters the time of our bereave- you. who departed this life April Cleveland Turner 2401 NW

Melanee PMllls of Detroit, ment. It was most appreciated. .Sunset and evening star, 25,1960. Giffit Turner, brothers

sister, Verdia M.Howard of Cards, telegrams, prayers, and one clear call for me: Gone, but not forgotten. May Trabelle Rolle 67 St.

Miami, sister flowers and other donations. and may there be no mourning/g! his soul rest in peace and per Rose McDonnel

Willie Nicholson andEu- at the bar petual light shine upon him Rowena Turner, sisters MIAMI

genia Thomas grandchild- Lula Mae Odoms: Thelma When I put out to sea five grandchildren and other 6961838f

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THE 'MIAMI TIMES, Friday;. April 26"I 21RECEIVES .

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HOUSE OF ALBERTMiss
DEATH
CULMER CENTER NEWS

Hattie Mae Brooms,. P 5

215 NW 17th St.,died April 16. INTER-RACIAL MOTHER'S months, fashion shows, talent

Among survivors are one brother ASSOCIATION AT MIAMI contests sporting events, and 4, i *..$rr1- I

E. P. Brooms of Florence BEACII a series of forums.Mr. _ _
South Carolina,and other rela-

tives. Services were held Sa- Arthur H. King Center CREDIT UNIONAs f a'hF r+
turday, from Mt. Zion Baptist Director of the Culmer Centerwas !! 49

Church. the guest speaker at the you probably know, the
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Washington Federal Bank Credit Union has been opera- a +
Mrs. Mary Lee Thomas,419 Bldg. Auditorium last Friday ting inthe hallway of the Cen- r fd ;

NW 8 St., died April Among evening. Topic: The Center'srole ter. Through the efforts of Arthur $ {

survivors are one daughter, ,,-k i M in its fight on the war on King center Director he t
Mrs. Grace Sears, and other -- poverty and how it affects has been able to get In-Kind

relatives. Services were held ghetto areas. "He was well contributions for the con-

Tuesday in the chapel. -- - -:- --, received by a large audienceand struction of an office buildingat
* * by the Executive Order of the Culmer site and these ,
t
Clifford Brewer, 1500 NW David Wardlaw Jr., 8, of the Organization, the Culmer efforts were made possible .z.. tr :4 r NF
69th St., died April 19.Among 3168 NW 66th St.'died when a Neighborhood Center was from,a state and local level.
car hit him and him
dragged
survivors are son Clifford, made one of its projects. De-
60 feet according to Metro
jr.; three sisters Mildred licious food was served after BLOCK CLUBS
Sgt. Ned Dolan David his sis-
Grooms, Alverta Winters,and the meeting.
ter, Gloria 5, and their parents -
Annie M. Williams; one brother
The Liberty Block Club located .
Harold. Services Thurs- Mr. and Mrs David BUDGET HEARING
at 1975 NW 3rd Ct., is
Wardlaw
day at 3 p.m. in the chapel. Sr., were getting into
for members. U
looking new
their parked car when all four ,
* * There was a hearing on the, you live in the area of NW 3rd I
.
James Arthur Norman, 1277 were struck. EOprs Budget last Thursdayat Ct. and interested becoming !Ja". ,,9p, LA
3 died The accident occurred on 8 p.m. A number of inter-
NW 58th St., Apt. Apr affiliated with a Block Club
20. Among survivors are wife NW 72nd St.near 2lstAve. Mr. ested citizens were on hand to I
contact Ernestine -'--'-'-' -
Minnine Lee; three sons An- and were Mrs.reported Wardlaw in fair 40 conditionat and 32, hear the report.NEIDHBORHOOD. please Taylor at the Mrs.above addressin Eii ow-SHIP--m-- I

thony Bernard, Lamar, WillieJ. Apartment 4.
.; four sisters L. M. Lewis, Jackson Memorial Hospital. ADVISORY The 551 Block Club gave a TALLAHASSEE. Mrs. Psychology next school term.
Bertha Mae Kerr, Margaret Gloria. was treated and released. COMMITTEEThe big Easter Egg Hunt last Mon- Sandra S. Logan,a senior Psy- She is the daughter of Mr.

Wiggs, and Lille Mae Green; day for all the children in the chology major from Quincy at :and Mrs Waymon Sims who

five brothers Clarence,Rufus, Culmer Advisory Com- 551 Building on 7th Street. Florida A&M University, has :reside at 323 Clarke Street,in
Ulysses, Joseph and Curtis. RICHARDSONMrs. mittee voted to spearhead a Any neighbor who would like been awarded a 12-month fellowship I Quincy She plans to enter the

Services were held Wednesday Helen Cole of 2176 NW Dedication Ceremony at the from the Southern 1 University of California at

:in the chapel. 74th St., died April 14 in Jack newly acquired Ritz Community to organize a Block Club in ,Fellowship Fund to pursue ad- .'Berkeley.
* * son Hospital. She is survived Recreation Center, which their neighborhood contact m6 vanced degrees in Industrial

Augusta Keyes, 271 NW 10th by 'e igh t children, Anthony was acquired through an In- Culmer Neighborhood Centerat

St., Apt. 225 died April 22. Larry, Terry, James,Sebrina Kind Contribution. The build- 470 NW 11th Street or 377- I : RRt 1
Among survivors are wife Paulette, and Vera. Services ing will be utilized in the fol- 0525. NorthTo

Bessie ; one daughter Mable were held Saturday in Friendship lowing manner: movies for the Charles C. North reporter
Littles; one brother Dive; one Baptist Church, Rev.An- children during' the summer Register I EMERSON

sister; five grandchildren. derson officiating

Repose Friday 1 p.m. in the NEGRO CATHOLIC PARENT INFORMATIONAT Bahama War TELEVIS10'?
Services Mrs. Pauline Campbell of
chapel. Saturday: PRIEST CALL
April 27, at 2 p.m. in the 438 NW 17th St., died April 18 DORSEY JR. HIGH 1 __
chapel. in Westchester Hospital. She CHURCH RACISTTo Vets

,* lie. is survived by a daughter Areyoulnterested in findingout
Charles North
registered
Tom Brantley 229 NW 10th Hattie; one aunt, Mrs. Carrie a group of Negro Catholic how to get more for your Notary Public has been au-
the church in the ;
Street, Apt. 5, diedA pr 11 21. Coffee; one niece Mary Lewis. United priests States, is money? How to borrow at the thorized by the Treasury De- [

Among survivors arewife, Services will be conducted a white racist institution"primaily least possible rate of interest? partment of the Bahama gov- ;$88

Cora; two daughters Carolynand turday, April 27, at 1 p.m. in How to stretch your incometo ernment to assist with the reg-
have called for
They
Louise; one sister Mrs. St. John Baptist Church, Rev.T. changesin meet the needs of your fami- istration of and payment of "+ aI I ,

Lucille Thompson;two brothers Johnson, officiating.Remains church thinking and action.ina ly? How to plan for the future? pensions to ex-members of the ,J f
This denunciation came "
Willie Jr. and West will be shipped to Way- Then come to Dorsey Jr.high, Bahama Islands War contingents t
Johnson; five nieces; three cross, Georgia Saturday at statement ofthe"blackt atho- School, Tuesday at 8 p.m. on'1'l' who served in the first !rmMODEL" ....J...
Hc caucus' which is /
clergy
9:30 April 30. -.!''
nephews; two sisters-in-law. p.m.ANTIOCH world war. .iuOJ@
made of attend-
up priests ,
Mr. Lubow of Wash-
R'apose Thursday 1 p.m. in the George All those eligible are askedto .. "
ing the Catholic clergy confer- -
chapel. Remains will be ship- ington Federal Savings and register with Mr.North and 11P50A WITH
ence on the interracial apos-
Loan Association will
ped Friday, April 26, at 3:30: Rev. P. W. Wiggins,pastor talate in Detroit. information to present with present their credentials for
help
to Louisville.for final you claim to the $80.00Bahamian PRIVATE LISTENING
p.m.
; The Houlover Beach will be i The conference amounts to financial
rites. the destination for the "Straw a lobbying effort designed to your members of problems.the Teacher The Dollars) per month pension.The '. EARPHONEDOWN
Charlie Mitchell, 418 NW Ride" sponsored by the No. of pension payments are retroactive -
obtain the support Bishopsfor Corps are looking toward to
8 St., died April 18. Arrange- to January, 1968.
One Choir on Saturday, April church programs to help seeing $5.00
ments are incomplete. 27. Donations $1.25 (adults) ease racial problems. It was you.SCOUTS Payments, at your request

* * $1.00 (children). A bus will attended by 387 persons, including may be sent to you through

Dennis Gray 6706 NW 18th leave the church at 7:30 for 58 Negro priests. The IN UNIFORM North's Travel Bureau, 1104

Ave., died April 22.Among persons desirous oftranspor- conference officials said that NW 3rd Avenue, Miami, Fla.

survivors are parents and tation. of 11,000 Catholic priests in ADMITTED Call

other relatives. Arrangements The No. One Usher Board the United States only 170 are FREE TO SILVER CUP ANNUAL SPRING TEA

are incomplete. will present its "Pew Rally'on Negroes, 120 are actually en- REGATTAAll The Saint Elizabeth Chapterof 751-5629

Sunday April 28, at 3 p.m. gaged in conference work,said the Church of Incarnation
* * NO CREDIT
inuniformwillbeadmitted
Mr. Alfred Rambo will be the the officials. scouts invites you to its' Annual
REQUIREDALSO
free of charge to the
main .
BAIN'S speaker.Mrs. Spring Tea, Sunday, April 28,
Mattie Cofield's homwill Silver Cup Regatta, scheduledfor ,
at the church, 1835 NW 54th
old 3JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES May 5 at the City of Miami
of
be the scene an
Specialist 5th.Class Franklin St., from 5 till 6. Mrs. Muade
Marine Stadium according to
Farr, of Homestead Air- Fashion Fish Fry, sponsored "Increasing civil disorders Butler, president. :
stadium director Lee Evans.In
force Base, died April 20 off by the Sr. Missionary Society . and lawlessness make it imperative de- *
the
announcing plan
FURNITURE
on Saturday night, May
Dodge Island while swimming. that Christian parents -
Remains were shipped April 4. The address is 2317 NW 71 be prepared to inculcatein signed to introduce new fans Will trade equity of APPLIANCES
to the sport of powerboat rac-
23, to Asheville, N. Carolinafor Terrace. their youth a love for lawful- $4500 in beautiful I STEREOSW.T.
said "all uniformed
Evans
funeral and burial. The women will present t ness and respect for author- ing, duplex, 70 N. W, 45th
scouts including boy scouts
their fourth annual state tea on I
ity." This statement was made cub i Street off Miami Ave.
and
brownies I
* * 5 lathe Fellow girl scouts ,
Sunday May ,
; by Bennie Crump, local overseer "
scouts are eligible. to do
114C contractor
Eddie Bowens, of NW 1217 ship room of Mt.Calvary, of Jehovah's Witnesses, the South WELLS

8th Ct., Fla. City, drowned on NW 62nd St., from 3:30to5:3C I while urging parents to attend Florida Sponsored'by Inboard Racing Club,I masonry work on 1600 COMPANY

April 23, while swimming in p.m. each session of the forthcoming the Silver Cup Regatta will l ft. simple warehouse.

Fla. City. He is survived by circuit convention at Fort feature the exciting inboard I 45 N,. W. 54th Street ....
his parents Mr. and Mrs Ulus Lauderdale's D11 lard High 311-8312
DRAKE hydros and pleasure craft, Miami, Florida 33127
Bowens of Florida City. Ar- Rev Jarius W.Dunn,pastor School, April 26-28. Classes and heats will be an- 751-8096
rangements are incomplete. All members and friends Delegates in excess of 1500 nounced.

* lie * please be present with us on are expected to attend. Con-
tinuing Crump said, "Early
our Deacons are having -
Peter Jenkins of 3240 Doug- Sunday achieved
Christianity spec-
their First Anniversary
las Road, Coconut Grove died and it is also our"Homo Com tacular success in changing FOR ALL DADE
April 23, at paravilla Conva- men's lives and thinking but

lescent Home. He is survivedby ing Brother Day. William Hardee not at the expense of lawful- .
two sisters Janie William; minister then ad-
will be ordained a deacon at ness. The
with whom he lived and Sally the 3:30 p.m. service on Sun-, ded, "a knowledge of why ROBERT H. PARKER

Griffin of Philadelphia, Pa.; day. Please coma out and helpus I man's misrule has been tol-

one brother Willie of Colum to have a spiritual feast. erated by the Creator to this

bia, s. C. Arrangements are Our Boy Scouts will go on date, and when it will end produces

incomplete. their first camp trip. The in men law abiding con- '
will be this week- duct." Metro CommissionerDISTRICT
.
* * Camporee , .
end. Brother Richardson and Principal speaker at the
will with the seminar will be Charles G.
Miss parnetha Jacksort the Brother Tripp go IA I
eight year old daughter of Mrs. boys on this camp outing.We Thompson, District Super- .
Lolt Jackson of Homestead, extend our sympathy to visor, who speaks April 28 on

died April 23, atJacksonHos- Sister Mary Mickens who bur "Why Does God Permit
pital Services will be con- ied her mother April 7, in Arlington Wickedness?" / Florida Cracker

ducted Saturday at 12 noon in Georgia. The confab is expected tot
Shiloh Baptist Church in please remember to visit draw delegates from five South

Homestead. the sick and shut-ins. Florida counties.

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i! ?' 22 :THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 26, 1968 \f.............................................................................................

.' GRACE j Drive Closes
nf Men's Day
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V. \ yl, +i j 'r
( Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor !

".; .- Our membership is grow- Paul Sill
St. dayI
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,,: ,." : ;,, i"" ,: .' '" 7:', Y' ing. Will you bring a friend to :{! at

church? : _-------.1>0.0. ......

Our Sunday morning sermon

from the book of Timothy, will

be: "What if the Apostle Paul

(' were to visit our Church today -
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LefrM From 4 to 6 p.m. we will enjoy -

.. a "Rainbow Tea and Fash-

ion Show," sponsored by the ,'t.' '.

fd United Order of pallbearers !; .

Lodge No. 3, Mr. Terry Cole- lfl'tY'
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I I ;I tt Inu Jin (!Efyurdj I 'unid ay'Ii the present man Mrs.Easter and 7:30the Oleene an cochairman.At theme Interesting senior Roberts high's,. skit chair-will on I,.. I: !:




We are grateful to Father MR. GEORGE WILLIAMS REV. ALLEN TURNER

PALLBEARS PRESENT JORDAN GROVE Donald Anthony and Mary Her- . Co-chairman
ST. MARY nandez, and the congregation . Chairman

DAY OF APPRECIATION Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor of Saint Pete r' s American Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor Oar chairman Mr. George

'Ii{ Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor Eddie Gilbert, reporter Catholic Church, for the out- Mary Amos, reporter Williams and co-chairman
The local board of Miami
A. Bethel ,
E.
reporter standing play on last Sunday Rev Allen Turner says "We
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of the Grand United Order of
All roads lead to St. Mary's afternoon, "The Devil and the Sunday, April 28, the cur- are expecting big and great
Pallbearers of America is
_, Sunday, April 28, for the Annual Saints." Also, a highly valu- tain will rise on the final act things on this day, wo: hope to
of
presenting "A Appre-
I Men's Day.The chairman Day able evening was spent in the of our Men's Day drive the men] make this day one wall to be

; Brother Hanson Wallace and ciation, honoring Sister presence of Rev Bruce Rob- of St. Paul will celebrate their remem')ered." Wo invite you

t his co-workers have gone all Myrtle W. Brown, Grand FI- ertson, Rev. Earl Carr oil,and Annual Men's Diy. The morn- to como out and worship withus
nancial and Brother
I out to make this the best Men's Secretary Rev. Ralph Ross in a panel dis- ing speaker will be the Rev. all day.Those .
Edward Williams a memberof
( Day ever. The speaker for the the Board of Directors., This rap cussion last Sunday. W. F. Tanner of St. Mary Bap- who missed a Spring

4 morning will be Mr. Nelson A tist Church Coconut Grove, at Thing" given by the Sunday
affair will be held on Sunday,
Adams of Dunbar 3 the Rev Black- School last Sunday missed a
Sr. principal p.m. J. B.
April 28, at 3 p.m.at the Pall- .. MT. OLIVETTE
Elementary School with music ,t,.-:/;, nell and congregation of Mt. real treat, plan now to attend
bearers Temple, 5525 NW 7th .
by the Male Chorus of Temple Ave. The president, officers, Rev. I. C. Mickins,pastor Herman, Ft. Lauderdale. To their next one.
Church. During theeyening and close the at 7 Rev. Remember our sick ands
Baptist and members of all the local The pastor officers, day p.m.
-: there will be a song lodges are Invited to share in members would like to thank Roscoe Jackson of Greater h u t- i n s and say a special

feast with solos by our- own this great day of activities.Rev. all those who responded so New Macedonia. prayer for their recovery.

Brother Jose Pieze. Smith splendid in helping to make the
F. L. presidentlocal

The all sales board and Sister Evelyn pastor's anniversary a MARTIN MEMORIALThe
day Saturday MARY D&IERN!;: success. Special thanks to
usual Gibson, financial secretary. MT.CALVARYThe
will be held as ending
The Deacons and Deaconesswill ;: Rev. Thedford Johnson and the

with the raffle on Saturday hold their board meeting T choir ushers, and members of members of the No. 1 church is having com-

evening, April with tickets 27. All men askedto and NEW BETHANYRev. Friday, at 630; p.m., due tc>I St. John Baptist, who came and and 2 Choir wish to thank those munion on Sunday,Apr 1128,as

captains are their 10th Anniversary which i I helped both spiritually andfi- persons participating and the the first Sunda y in May the
to the church Sa-
report on begins Friday at 8 p.m. with i I nancially. Deacon Jimmy many friends cooperating for pastor will attend the general.
All members
turday, at 3 p.m. F. L. Carter,pastor
are asked to report to your Rev Samuel Atchison deliv-, Hodges and his committee are the splendid performance ren- conference.
ering the and to be complimented for a job dered at the "Tea
captain with jour assesmentor Appreciation to all who message concluding on Sunday Our hats off to the sponsorsof

Brother Wallace or Brother helped to make out pastor's i on Sunday at 3 p.m., well done. Fashion Show" the Junior Usher Boardand

Kelley. All captains are askedto Anniversary a success. with t the Rev. Sampson and I I The women are busy trying Sunday Is Mark Women Day. Junior Choir for the grand job

report to the finance com- We will have baptism ser- congregation. The public is invited -, to make this Women's D'lythe The morning speaker will fea- they are doing with the young
biggest and the best in the history ture Mrs. Richardson and the people. We need more adults
at'It'
mittee at 4
1,1 t on Sunday p.m. vice on Sunday, at 9;30, a.m.
the church. For an enjoyable .our doors stand open to. wel- ,.,Every Tuesday;night after>, of our churc h. Mrs. 3:00 service will be conductedby tohelp train the youth in

I It' day, spend it with St. Mary's. 'come all our visitors, and the third Sunday there will be, Brown our chairman is selling the Rev. Griffin of Shiloh Christian way of living.

friends who wish to testimony services. All members plates with pictures of the interior and his congregation. The The Sunday School is in need
worshipwith
Let continue to and
: us pray are asked to please com i i and exterior of our evening speaker will feature of more adult teachers.
in
us services.
our
visit all our sick and shut-ins. The Usher's Union will con- out at 7:30 p.m. church on them,please see her Mrs. Grace Meeks. The entire The Laymen League is hav-
Brother Duncombe Sister
Visitors are always wel- and make your purchase.On public is invited. ing its annual tea at the church
Florence Clarke and Brother vene at our c h u r c h, Sunday,
Thomas Bethel Is still in the April 28, at 3 p.m. Refresh- come. Let us remember the> this Friday night the pas- Rev. Atchison thanks everyone Sunday, April 28, at 3 p.m.
ments will be served. sick all over the land. tor Is asking as many as canto for the cards and etc. in Stewardess Board No. One
hospital.
Remember Men's Let us remember in prayer Sister Mary Dezern was; accompany him to St. James remembrance of his birthday. wish to thank everyone who

DaySun- the in the named Women of the Year and I Baptist for the installation Please visit the sick and the made their anniversary a suc
boys armed forces
day, April 28, we shall look for
and the sick and shut ins. given a round trip ticket to i services of their vg i pastor, shut-ins. cess.

you. Nassau. Rev. Sam Johnson choir No. 1 P r :i y e r meeting 1 s held Let us not forget to pray for

will be in charge of music. eve Tuesday at noon and on our sick and shut-ins. Visi-

The Youth Choir is sponsor- Thursday: night. The church tors are always welcome.

16th Annual Women's Day FRIENDSHIP ing a Sweet Potato Pie sale Saturday that prays together stays to-

,. Rrv. J. E.Jenkins, pastor You may call 373-0642 gether.

I r Ruby L. Carr, reporterOn or come by the church. The Junior Usher Board is GREATER ISRAEL

,; At Greater New Bethel Sunday April 28,a family Sunday is youth day you are sponsoring a box supper April

Garden Tea will be held on the cordially invited to attend 27, at the church. The publicis BETHEL

: future site of the new Friend- these services. invited. ---_.

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Jones will be our guest speaker. I
FEMININE EMPHASIS DAY
This will be sponsored by Fr.
f. T. R. Gibson, rector Rev Thedford Johnson pastor
,
the Pastor's Aide Club. The Antoinette
Silva reporter
Time is at hand and the
president Mrs. Essie Bush
,
April 21-27 is isNationalSec- members of this great church
and members invite you to at-
retaries Week. The LesStenosof must remind
.' you of their annual -
reminder if
tend. As a ; you
I Dade County observed this Feminine Emphasis Dayon
i were born in April and a licensed -
week by worshipping with us on this Sunday, April 28, and
\ driver don't forget to
jI Sunday. A warm and party welcome you are invited to be present.
renew license. Also car
your
was extended them by the U you fail to be present at
tags will go on sale May 1st.Don't .
priest and members. this service you will miss a
forget so can keep
you
On April 16, the Episcopal treat.
driving.Our .
Young Churchmen, held their The morning speaker will be
to
deepest sympathy
annual social meeting.The non other than our pastor Rev.
Sister Bessie Williams and
: time was well spent chatting, Johnson at which time he will
Sister Janie Durden in their
loss. dancing and eating. The EYC deliver a very inspiring mes-

MRS. M. M. SUTTON MRS. J. A. BOYKIN would like to thank all of those sage and our fine choirs will MRS. MILES

Geitlwell wishes to those who who helped to make the Musi- lift up God's name in songs.

Rov. W. K Smith, pastor day. Mrs. Marjorie Perkins is cal Recital and Playa suc- The evening speaker will be On Sunday morning roads
Alice Irving reporterThe chairman amount raised from will lead to the Greater Israel
Mrs. WUene C. cess. The Mrs. Dorothy Newton. She Is
Robinson is co-chairman. this affair which Bethel p. B. Church for their
women have worked was $158.60 a local school teacher, well
long and hard for the past few Dinners will be served in the ST LUKE was contributed to the building known throughout the city of Annual Women's Day obser-

months for our 16th Annual dining room, so plan for a full Rev. P. W. Williams,pastor fund.The Miami. She has spoken to many vance. Mr s. M. G. Miles of

Women's Day, to be held this day of worship and fellowship. The Young Matrons are first Sunday in May is organizations and churchs and Tallahassee, will be the morn-

Sunday, April28.Greatpre- The Young Matrons will givea sponsoring a program Thurs- Tithing Sunday. The church is this time we are happy to have ing speaker and the evening

paration i has been made to Testimonal Tea Saturday,at day, April 25,at 8 p.m. Everyone asking each member to give> her as our speaker and she will will be filled with songs of

make this day that will long be 8 p.m at the horns of Mr. and is invited. one tenth of their weekly use, as her theme; "Christian; glory.

remembered in the hearts of Mrs. Roosevelt Rigsby, 1785 Sunday, April 28, at 3 p.m. salary. This money is for the i Women Striving To Meet The Mrs. L. J. Brantley, chairman -

all present. Mrs. M. M.Suttonof All Baba Avenue. The program the Home Mission and Young purpose of the building fund.. Challenge of Chance." and Mrs. Sarah D. Wal-
.
Dania, a much sought after will begin at 8 pm.; This is for Matrons will celebrate their Get well wishes are extended We are counting on you and ton, co :chair man. __" .0__.._ I

woman of God with a message the benefit of Women's Day. anniversary. to M r s. Margaret Austin i, your friends to join us in mak-

will be our morning speaker. BTU is every Sunday at 6;00 Rev. W. J. Macon of First and Mrs. Myrtle: Gilliam ing this service a success. HELP YOU NEED?

,t w Mrs J,A. Boykin, of Ft. Laud- p.m. Parents take or send your Baptist Opa-locka will bring The congregation: of Christis Just In case you would like Just telephones

\ erdale, also a forceful and dynamic children out. the anniversary message. The glad to announce that they r to worship with us all day,Sun- 757.4827

t .. personality will be the Let us not forget to pray for public is invited. wholeheartedly support Mr., day School is at 9:30 a.m. This service Is free

evening speaker. We invite all and visit our sick and shut-ins. Mrs. Annie Sullivan and Ronald Young in his campaign I morning worship at 11, BTU at American Spiritual Church

our friends and neighbors to See you Sunday at the church Mrs. Mary Johnson, presi- for the House of Representatives. 5:30 and evening worship at 7 Office: 1080 NW 54th St.

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CHRISTIAN FIRST BAPTIST OF BUNCHE PARK MACEDONIA

New Mt. Moriah Celebrates FELLOWSHIP
OBSERVES.ANNUAL MEN'S DAY Rev. Roscoe Jackson,pastor

,Rev. P. S. Brown, pastorM. Willie Beard, reporterThe

Women's Day L. Nixon, reporterThe Rev. W. J. Macon, pastor at 7:30 p.m. Brother Bledsoe president, officers,and

Nucleus Club will meet Como and worship with us Sergeon, member of our members of Choir No. Two

Monday night at the home of church, and a very fine public wish to take this opportunityto
Sunday,.April 28, and enjoy a
7130
Sister Josephine Love school instructor. If you thank each and everyone who
NW 21st Ct. Please be pres- '|treat of your life. Our Annual'Men's should miss these speakersyou helped to make their Fourth
ent to hear of the be- Day with the theme:
progress will regret your not com- Anniversary a tremendoussuccess

ing made on the building projects <"Men Crusades For Christ" ing to worship with First Bap- both spiritually and

The Willing Workers will have for their special financially. Special thanks to

will have a tea at the home of j guest, at 11:00 a.m.Rev C. V. tist.Samuel Welch, chairman, the auxiliaries and membersof

Brother and Sister Culver Saturday Ford, pastor of Piney Grove Horace McMllllan, cochairman Macedonia who didtheir

night.You are cordially First B apt 1st Church, Ft. Archie McKay, program part. May God's richest bles-

a y invited. Lauderdale. Evening speaker committee. sings be upon you.
Home Mission meet at Sis- ,
Deacon Henry Jefferson,
ter at 6
Delancy's Wednesday
president, Sister Eunice Mc-
BROWNS CHAPEL ANTIOCHRev.
p.m.Bible Cauley, first vice president,

study is Friday night. """ ... "' .. --.... .- .and Brother Perry White,sec-
Choir rehearsal Tuesday, I w J. W.Stepherson,pastor ond vice president.We .
and youth rehearsal Saturdayat I The members invite you to
have Just completed a
6 p.m.Sick their Pastor's Eighth Anniversary -
successful week of revival.
members in the hospital this week. Thursday
t
.J The evangelist is the Rev.J.J.
are: Sister Marshall Bethel night Rev. J. E. Murray and .
of
Johnson Albany, GeorfcXWe
MRS. RUTHIE MCDONALD MRS. SALLIE CARLINE Cedars of Lebanon and Sister congregation, Friday night still have another week, so

. Morning speaker . Evening speaker Estelle Allen at Jackson Mem Rev. W. F. Tanner and con- come out and hear this great
orial. Please remember them. gregation Sunday 3:00
p.m.
Rev A. L. Shipp, pastor speaker and other talents of Sister Constance Sandilands Rav. Joseph Colt.We are looking man of God and be revived,
Evelyn Souter reporterAll the city. The is l 5 something we all need these*
public invited.We father passed last Friday.Ar- for all of our friends and
roads lead to us for our want to thank each one visitors. perilous times. Members,remember -
|
rangements for Saturday will
Annual Women's Day. who helped to make your obligation
our Talent be announced later. The women are sponsoringa ..

Beginning at 7:30 p.m. Fri- Night as uc c e s s. Among the The pastor request sharingof Banquet Friday, May 10,7:30 during this revival.
We wish to take this -
day night, Rev. Albert Jack- captains for raising the rides with those who do not p.m., at the Biscayne Terrace opportunity these

son and congregation of Tree ighest amount were Mrs. have a car. Thanks to St. II Hotel 340 Biscayne Boulevard to congratulate

Triump Church will be in Annie K. Brown who was James for having the pastor as Donations $6.00.Ca11 women who were, on Easter
Sunday morning after ser-
charge of the service. crowned queen. We also havea guest speaker and his congre- Mrs. Dorothy Cooper or Mrs.
second Sylyester Pinkney was ordained vices elected to spearhead
Mrs.Christel ,
queen,
Tera Stewart for tickets 634-
host to their
gation as Samp-
Sunday 9:30 a.m. SundayS Wilfork. Amount raised to the Deacon staff, of 0940. Women's 1 Day, 1968. They are:

c h 0 0 1 with Mrs. Myrtice 103612. sonite Club anniversary. Brown's chapel, Rev. J. E. g e n g era 1 chair man, Sister
Continue in for each Dinners are on sale at the j
prayer
Murray, Superintendent.: Our pastor is still in the Brown, pastor, on Sunday, church each from Margaret Finder, cochairman -
other and the less fortunate. Saturday
a.m. Mrs. Rut hie McDonaldwill hospital, let us remember him April 21, at 2:30 p.m. Mr. 10:30 Sister Louise Jackson,
a.m. 2:00 for de-
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be the speaker, with New in our prayers,also other sick Pinkney is a member of the livery call 635-8329.: p.m. recording secretary Sister

Macedonia Choir in charge of shut-ins, bereaved fa mules TEMPLE BAPTISTThe No. One Choir and a fine Barbeque fo sale :Netta Kelly, Financial secre-
r Friday
the song service. At 6:45p.m.Mrs. and those in the armed services "Trip Around The church worker. He is a well and Saturday nights. Dinner tary, Sister Eunice McCauley,

Sallie Carline will be the World the dea- known Miamian,has worked as treasurer, Sister Cleo Sor-
sponsored by
taxis cab driver and owner potatoe pies Sundays and Ice
a rells.
cons of Temple will be this cream.
for the last twenty years. The chairmanandcochairman -
WARD'S CHAPELThe SHILOH Friday night. The bus will Let us all continue to pray have gotten together and
leave from the church at 7:30 for our sick and shut-in mem
for their first meetingone
planned
and will go on a sightseeingtrip bers. Visitors welcome
women will have their Rev. A. M.Griffin,pastor NEW PROVIDENCE are always J Monday night after the first
of
ending at the home Dea- .
annual Women's Day on Sun- Cheryl English, reporter Sunday (due to the revival)and
con and Mrs. F. E. Diwkins
day, April 28, beginning with Sunday, at 3 p.m. the pastor Liberty City. Come and Join in Rev. C, J. Burney,pastor are asking all women of the

the 11 a.m. service. and the entire church will con- the fun. Arsula Edwards,reporterThe MT. SINAI
Mrs. Athalie Range, mem- vene at Mt. Calvary Baptist in The Templeites will sing Willing Workers will L that each auxiliary try to

ber of the City of Miami Board behalf of their Women's Day. celebrate their 7th Anniversary There will be a musical pro- have your captain and/or co-

of Commissioners will be the There will be a Sandwich during Sunday morning ser- Sunday, April 28, at 3:00: 1 I gram the fourth Sunday evening captain at tis'time. More on

speaker for the morning ser- Sale,.Saturday, at 2307 NW vices.successful This group contest sponsoreda betweenthe p.m. Theme: ""Lord Keep us!,, beginning at730pm., cii- this great day will be printed ..

vice, and will center her ad- 74th Terrace. All The Way. Guest speakerRev. maxing the Music Clinic, as time go by and approachesthat
dress the theme "Service boys and girls last Sunday W. E.Sims;pastor.of New::1
on There will be Red Circle Come out and have a Joyous i day.
afternoon with the boys win-
Hope Baptist Church. Music
A Privilege In A Materialistic Sunshine Band rehearsal Saturday time.
ning. The girls won last year. sponsored by Jordan Grove 1
World. at 2 p.m. at the church. The Mount Sinai Church will
The senior ushers will
At the three o'clock in the Male Chorus. Everyone is invited render
The Pastor's Aide Club will services at St.James ST. JOHN
tea at
afternoon there will be a sponsor a Sunday 3:30 Come out and help us to'
spec- AME
at
meet Thursdat night at the Sunday 3:00 p.m., will
at the home of the
p.m. president -
ial musical program that will home of Sister Elam, 1301 NW Deacon Alfred Dean celebrate this special occas- you be counted? Rev. William A. Curry,pistol
feature choirs soloists ion. We will honor our pistol
Make
guest sacrifice
and
90th Street. a come
4315 Friends
NW 11th Court
and instrumentalists. This Saturday all day there will Consecration hour of prayer to the Bible Studies on TUes- with a Testimonial prograir

afternoon musical promises to be a dinner sale at the homeof are invited. each Sunday at 5:00 a.m. day nights and Prayer meet- and Dinner Thursday, at 73C;

be a most enjoyable program.At Sister and Brothe Jones.If You are invited. ings on Thursday nights.They p.m. Rev. Lester C. Albert,
7 the will Prayer service Tuesday, at: will to Mayor Jack BlockotSouth Mi-
In
p.m. program you would like to have a dinner help strengthen you
be EVERGREEN 7:30 p.m. all members are 1 ami will be speakers,the pas-
centered around the Basic you may phone 696-7161 for facing "Moral Crisis.
Guidelines for Life.' delivery.All urged to attend. Remember April 28 termi- tor will leave for Philadelphia,

You are cordially invited to Juniors are asked to be Continue in prayer for our nates the general church Pa. Sunday night to attend the

Join the congregation of Greater present at the church Saturdayat sick, shut-ins, and bereaved.Let drive. A.M.E. General ConferenceMay

Wards Chapel in making the 5 p.m. to measure for their us not forget our BTU Don't forget to pray for our 1-15.

1968 Women's Day observance robes. Sunday, at 5:30 p.m. Visitorsare sick, shut-ins, and bereaved Holy Communion will be observed -

an event of unusual significance Let us remember the sick always welcome. members. See you in church! Sunday morning and
and shut-ins. r night, the combined choirs of

St. John will render music.

MT. CARMELRev. HOPE WELLOur The Pastor's Aid Board will

FIRST BAPTISTRev. GLENDALE celebrate their First Anni-

Monday at730pm.weare D.A. Bradley,pastor services were wonderful versary Sunday, at 5:00 p.m.

W. M. Davs, pastor engaged in our weekly Bible Louise McGriff, reporterOur last Sunday, beg1nntngwitJISun 1 Rev. J. J. Williams and congregation -

Donella Turner, reporterThe class. We are studying Ro- pastor delivered both 1 day School. Our pastor from Metropolitan -
No. Two Choir will Bible messages on last Sunday. AME Church will render
mans 14. Tuesday night brought to us a beautiful mesosage.
sponsor a Banquet, May 10,at class held at the Mission in There will be a Tea on next Sunday afternoon, Apri[]l service. Tuesday, at8:00p.m.

the Bonded Rental Agency. Liberty City. Wednesday at Sunday afternoon at the homeof 1 28, at 3 p.m. the Rev. W. H. Class meeting. The North and
Tickets will be on sale start- Sister Drake 520 NW 44th' r South rally will terminatet
7:30: p.m. we are also engagedin Washington, former pastor of,
ing Sunday, admission $2.00 weekly prayer services.We St., in behalf of Deacon Shif- the New Phlllladelpha Sunday night.

per person and $3.00 per are sending out special field, who is one of our men's 1 Church will deliver the mes- During the absence of the

couple. prayers to all the sick, shut- Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor day captains.They are invitingOn sage for us. He will also singf pastor, the services will be

The Male Chorus and the No. ins, and service men. Minnie Hunter, reporterWe the second Sunday in i Ma a couple of songs. I know thatI conducted by Rev. C. E. Feld-

Two Choir will go to Mt.Car- You are always cordially invited were invited to render the No. One Usher Board will I you will want to come out to I er and Rev. R. M. Bell .

mel Baptist, Thursday night, toworship with us,when- services, at Bethlehem BaptistCh h a v e a Calendar Tea at thehome hear this great minister. The I All May-lies are asked to
April 25, to appear on a musi- are in our community of Brother is meet Sunday morning after '.
ever you urch Sunday, May 5. The and Sister public invited.
cal program.Th pastor, is asking the entire Gaines,J911 NWllthAve.we i Rev. J. J. Sheffield, pastoSister rwelcome service friend s are always

e women will celebrate Rev. Joseph Coats, pastor (church to be present. are asking you to please come> Charlie M. Mack, reporter to worship.
their Annual Women's Day, Ruth M. Harrington re- to this colorful
On May 7, Rev. Torrenceand affair.Remember .
Sunday, April 28. The publicIs porter. ; his congregation of Valley the sick, and NEW HOPE

cordially invited. I Grove will render services at shut-ins, and pray for the boys

We pray much for all our CHRISTIAN SCIENCE I our church. Your attendance in Vietnam. Visitors are always Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor
sick and shut-ins. TO our visi- MT. TABOR BAPTIST
will be most appreciative welcome. Loraine Fuller, reporter
tors we hope to see you in wor- "Ye are the children of
Choir is Thursday April 25 at 8:00
The sponsoring a :
ship services again. and the children of the Rev. J. Hendon
light
acting pastor
sale on Saturday, May 4,at the p.m. the pastor andcongrega-
day: we are not"of the night, ,j home Sister Conyer.The location PEACEFUL ZION Dessie Crockett, reporterThe tion will render the installa-

nor of darkness. members of Usher tion service for the
Rev.
SPIRITUAL ASSEMBLYOF is 1354NW53rdSt.beginning
-
Rev. C. P, Preston pastor
from First ,
This verse Board No.1 invite
at 12 a.m. You are invited cordially Samuel Johnson at St.
BAHI On
is part of the | Saturday No. One 1
Thessalonians to their
you fellowship pro- James Baptist Church NW 2nd
to attend. Deacon G. W. Usher's Board is sponsoringa
The Baha'is of Miami met Responsive reading from Smith,( president. gram Sunday, April 28,at 3:30 Ave., and 48th St.
to be read I ISundly. sell at the church. We are
Sunday, ,April 21 at the homeof the Lesson-Sermon is invitedto On Friday, May 3,the Choiris asking all members and The Rev. I. H. Readon, pastor Sunday, April 28, at 9:30
Miss Ida Solomon, 137 NW The public also sponsoring a musical f of G or dan Chapel Primitive a.m. the youth choir will rend
is" friends to come out.There will
The subject Probation -
11th Ave. 5 to elect of- attend. Baptist Church of Coconut er service with the
p.m. program at the church,begin- be a home made cake given song Rev. .
ficers for the coming year. after death. ning at 8 p.m. Please be present Grove will be the guest speaker Lester C.Albert,radio station
The title of this week's program away. for the
occasion.Let
.
Miss
Those
elected were: WMBM. I
Deac on G.'W. Smith
in the Christian Science On Sunday night the Jr.
Olive Alexander, chairman, president. us continue in prayer Continue in prayer for the
Mrs. Florence Sarmento,vice radio series, "The Bible You are always welcome to Choir is sponsoring a pro- for the sick, shut-ins and bereaved sick and shut-ins, thebereaved ,
radio sta-
to You" over gram.
chairman Miss Ida Solomon, Speaks worship with us. Make Ever- families. Visitors are our military service men, 1
at 1:45 Sun- Louise Washington re -
WMBM p.m.
tion ,
and Savitt always welcome. and mankind
secretary, George choice of worship. everwhere. ,1
green your
treasurer. day is"Tbou art made whole: porter. 1

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24 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, April 26, 1968


I; Free Kindergartens To Begin Registration Open 7 Days-8 A.M. to 10 P.M.

The Best For Less At

',w' If space to house the classes The county operates 121 gartens will have to wait until to a school outside their boun-
If'' is found, registration for Head Start programs this next fall to seek assignment dary, Whigham said.

<, Dade's countywide public kin- year. All of them serve five- '..kOVER
'J I dergarten program is scheduled yea r- olds who attend school
H, to begin May 13,saidSu- for a full day. 250 To G.t Neighborhood
.i\ perlntendent of S c h o o 1 s Dr. If funds permit,"and wo can
'r ,,:' Edward L. Whigham on Wed- come up with the space,' said
:: "'l i nesday. Whigham, Head Start funds Youth Corps Jobs
t". He told the School Board that may be used for classes for
\{ district supervisors have been some four-year-olds next fall. Secretary 0 f Labor W.Wll- Florida city to be authorizedto
J asked to survey school build- Only elementary schools lard Wirtz has announced that increase te number of Y
.'4" ings and report how many which have made definite plansto Dade County and 45 other summer youths jobs from 800
"
'I. rooms will be available next acquire space elsewhere Metropolitan areas will to 1,000.
fall for the classes. will be registering kinder- receive a 25 per cent increasein
The Legislature, in its re- garteners next month. Registration the number Neighborhood Regional Manpower Admin-
cent special session, appropriated will be confined to pupils Youth Corps Jobs. istrator for the Labor Department -
$2,342,622 to Dlde for who reside within the The boost Is part of a national William U. Norwood,
271 kindergarten units,but the boundary of the elementary effort to use Jobs to said the increase In the num
: funds will be allocated only if school. ease racial unrest. It will ber of Jobs had been made pos-
:1 the school system canprovide Parents of kindergarten mean 250 Jobs for D1de's sible by a tightening of oper
,.k\ housing and teachers for the pils in elementary schools youths this summer. ations" in the youth corps pro- 40,600 CARS SOLD
classes. which will not operate kinder- Tampa was the only other grams and other departments.
MUNICIPAL' AUTO SALES AND SERVICE
:
I The supervisors have been .
I instructed, Whigham said, to FLORIDA'SAUTOMOBILE
>} investigate the possibility of
I ; 'Using church rooms and other The Mini-Brute presents

community buildings if regular -
school space is not avail- me short payment book.
able.The SUPERMARKET!
28 tuition kindergartensnow
in the county will be replaced AS ADVERTISED CM TELEVISION!
THE CAR YOU IUT TODAY
by free classes. YOU DillVI HOMI TODAY
The federal Head Start pro- IMMIOIATI DIUVIRYI
gram for economically deprived -
five-year-olds also, 500 CARS!
will become part,of the free
kindergarten system but Head
Start funds will be used to pro a 15 YEARS-SAME LOCATION!
vide additional services in 14 COUIITfOUS SALESMEN TO sun you
ALWAYS HUNDREDS OF 1955'sTHRU
areas serving,disadvantaged
2 door Sedan 1968's TO CHOOSE FROM
youngsters.The $249 $49"Per THI HOMI 0* THE ORIGINAL 1M'. GUARAHTII
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added service will in- Down Mo. for 36 MonthsBuick's .....,.. ., 0'-
elude a full day for kindergartens -
'l qualified for the Head new Opel Kadett 2-dr. Sedan. MUNICIPAL AUTO

I ;v Start program, Whigham said TIST DRIVE ONE TODAY AT
.1 i Other kindergarten children SALES & SERVICE
( will attend school two and one-

.( half hours a day, mornings ors Sheehan BUICK
1 afternoon sessions.
N.W. 36th St.
3061
The Head Start fund will be

used also to provide more ENTIRE 2300 BLOCK S.W.8th STREET HI 41661Open ECONOMY CORNEH-311 N.W.! 36th .STREET
teacher aides and smaller 1:00: A.M. TO 10 P.M.
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 26. 1968 25 _


II I Senator Scott Proposes 50-Cent Piece To Honor Dr. 'Martin Luther King Jr. I I


U. S.Senator Hugh bill Scott(R.pa. .- "Mr. President, Introduce "America has memorialized must remember him, and we King' s highest. This Fund pear on one side of the corn,I
introduced a to autho-
) for appropriate refer- its heroes throughout history must not forget the principlesfor must be perpetuated, and with with the dates 19291968.: On
of 1
the "striking million
rize ence, a bill to authorize the Our Nation's Capital which he stood. In true introduction of my bill today, the reverse side there will be
commemorative halfdollars'
coinage of 50-cent pieces in. bears the name of our first fashion, the concerned citi- I hope to do Just that. the seal of Morehouse College.
as a memorial to Dr.
recognition of the outstanding ,1 President. Even our Currency zens of America have responded "My bill will provide for the "We must be certain that
Martin Luther King,Jr.,the
services of the Reverend Doc- bears to the call. The Rev- of 1 million
the likenesses of our striking commemorative what this man died for did not
proceeds of which Martin would go to tor Martin Luther King,Jr.,to early leaders. Upon the tragic' erend Martin Luther King,Jr, half-dollars to be sold die with him. We must be certain -
Reverend Luther
the the
cause of the individual death of John F. Kennedy, our Fund has been established at at par value to the Reverend that what he fought for will
Junior Fund for educa-
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tion King,at Morehouse College in rights"The and the equality of men. Nation responded in many Morehouse College InAtlanta, Martin Luther King,Junior, not now be lost. It is my deep-
loss of Dr.King leaves ways, one of which was the issuance Georgia. Its purpose is to aid Fund. The Fund, in turn, will est hope that we will not forget
Atlanta. a great void in our society,but of the half-dollar that those less fortunate indi- resell the corns, the profits him or his principles.Our action -
Senator Scott told the Sen- we all know
that he
will
never now bears his likeness. It is viduals who desire to further from which are to be used for on this matter can insure
ate: be forgotten. He stood for the only one way to commemorateour their education a goal, In- the stated purposes of the Fund that we are taking a step in the
highest of American Ideals and fallen leaders, because it cidentally, thafwas one of Dr. The profile of Dr King will ap right direction.'
fought for them until he drew
assures that their names will
HELP WANTED his last breath on Earth. He
live on in history,in the hearts
FEMALE fought for jobs; he fought for and minds of all Americans.
housing; and he fought for edu- EDUCATOR .,,
Waitresses cation. More importantly "Dr. King's un U m e ly and ;.,
Day and night shifts though, Dr. Martin Luther tragic death has stained the CIVIC LEADER .
available. Need not be King, Jr. was relentless in his pages of history; Whatever we
experienced.Will train. pursuit of equality for all men, do now can never bring this FAMILY MAN
Liberal fringe benefits. black and white. great man back to us. But wetiII

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SHADD 'TAVERN memorial! ser- has been created for the con-
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BROW ARD BRIEFS Carver Vice President Humphrey I


I I By R. LUTHER BRAYBOY, SR. ;I [Ranches Attracts Strong Negro SupportWASHINGTON


Apathy Is the, word used by Mrs. MarySaunders, supervisorof NewsBy
the Carver Ranches County Park,to explain certain existing D. C.-Although Leon Washington, Jr., Editor-
conditions politics In my and the communities opinion Is Walter Bow C7 he is not an official can- Publisher, Los Angeles Sen-
more accurate and to the, point. Since the parks Inception it didate, Vice President HubertH. tinal; Mrs. Majorie Lawson,
has been a bitter'political battle between Demo's and"Ra'pubV The South Broward Post j Humphrey is picking up Negro former Judge in the Districtof
licans. The winner always emerging as supervisor of this No. 8195, will hold its election ( support throughout the Columbia ; George L-P
coveted bit of real estate- regardless to the persons compen- Sunday, April 27, at the post country.It Weaver, Assistant Secretaryof
tence and ability to do a good administrative"job.. home, 4816 Pembroke Rd.Officers is believed that the Vice Labor; Howard Woods,for-
This shameful political haggeling dates back to the days of I and members please be ;President will announce his mer Associate Director of
the old Ted David regime These were known as the "Good present at 4:30 p.m. Folia candidacy ,for the Democratic USLA and present Editor-
old" days when votes were bought and sold like peanuts at a Boyd, commander, and James Presidential nomination with- Publisher, St. Louis Sentinel;
circus. The people who sold their votes hardly knew a county Wiggins, adjt. j in a few days. Mrs. Patricia Harris, former
park existed and didn't give a tinkers dam whether children The Charmettes Club will Mr. Humphrey's appeal to Ambassador to Luxembourg;
had a place to play or not. The go betweens who negotiatedthese have their party this week, Negroes is based on his long- Dr. JohnNixon, former Presi-
nefarious schemes are more to blame than the candidate Friday, at Post No. 8195. \time Involvement in civil dent of the Alabama State Con-
and the sellers of their votes. Come and have a nice evening rights. ference of NAACP; Atty. Carl
If this "dog eat dog" condition did not exist there is little of fun plenty of refreshmentsand One of the first Negro lead- Moultrie (President, Wash-
doubt that the park would have been beautifully arrayed with music. (ers to indicate his support of ington NAACP); Frank Stan-
trees and flowers of which seems to be Mrs. Saunders chief David Meritt, Jr.,president the Vice President was Clar- ley, Editor-PJblisher, Louis-
complaint at the moment. Two comptent people had supervision Congratulations to the King ence Mitchell, who is the chief ville Defender ; Forrest
over this park in the many years of this political game !Brothers, who opened their Washington lobbyist for civil Greene Member, Michigan
of winner take all.They were Mr.Willie Glover and Mrs. Rdby new Go-Go-Scoop-Lounge at rights legislation. Civil Service Commission;
Guttler Mrs. Cuttler's administration conceived and executed 5625 Pembroke Rd. W. Hollywood Mitchell, who is director, HUBERT H. HUMPHREY Bishop Smallwood E. Wil- .>

sports activities in baseball,basket ball, volley ball,pingpong, (the chief. Mr.of Long Richmond W. Johnson is Washington Bureau of the Hams, presiding elder of Bible
and horse shoes in age groups from eight to eighteen. Under Heights. NAACP, said in a letter to J phrey( as the Democratic standard Way Churchof Our Lord Jesus
her direction the kitchen was put to use through the medium of thank Gay Ladies Club wish to President Johnson: "The I 3 bearer. Christ World Wide, Inc.;
"sales" that produced money for transportation and park After all who attended their widespread regret about your Telegrams encouraging the Others who have indicated
equipment. It is my considered opinion that had Mrs. Cutler j the Elks Easter Club Fashion in Show, at decision not to run for elec- Vice President to seek the support include: Mrs. Todd
been allowed to remain regardless of her political affiliation Mr. Alfred Ft. Lauderdale tion weighs heavily on my I nomination have coma from; Duncan; Representative Wil-
there would be no need for children to be eating cold and soggy ,modeled Bryant heart as I send you this letter. I Congressman Augustus Hawkins liam H. Alexander, of Atlanta,
the
latest suites and
sandwiches. The kitchen would have served It's Intended purpose .No other President has had to of California; Bishop Georgia; Cecil Newman, Editor -
And the proposed lights for night activities as well as Mr.j Barber Bernard Dorsett,of Bow .s. confront the enormous world George Barber, of the African Publisher, Minneapolis
the swimming pool would have been a reality today. gone. Shop, they were real and national problems with Methodist Episcopal Church; Spokesman.
One has to r e m e m b e r that the kids who were denied ten which you must wrestle day
years ago are now of voting age and they Just aren't going for and night. r
the proverbial "pig in the poke."Until the people of this com- 150 BTWStudents "U Providence does not direct -
munity are allowed to have some say so about who supervises, that you change your Call
until they are given breakdown on OEO Funds and em- mind, it is my earnest wish
ployees, county distribution of food etc. I'm positive that there To that the Convention will name Y
will not be any trees and pretty flowers growing in the park. Vice President Hubert Hum- CHARLESROGERS
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, of Fort Lauderdale held It's annual Be HonoredOne phrey to be your successor.
Debutante Cotillion last Friday evening at the Golden Gate Among all of the men now being A
Hotel. Miss Virginia T. Hansberry and Mrs. Ruth Harris de- hundred-fifty ,studentsof mentioned, he alone has the
serve and have my most sincere compliments their all out the Booker T. Washington long and dedicated personal g AT PL
effort that made record of commitment to the 1-7502
this affair of beauty the success that it was. Community School will be honored -
The names of the debutantes and their escorts are as follows; at a special awards dinner millions in our country who FOR A GOOD BUY ON A

Earleen Bell,Johnnie Rucker; Beverly Bentley, Robert Donald; Wednesday, May 1, at the are not always articulate,who PIANO ORGAN, SCOTT
Lula Mae Bennett Lawerence seldom appear on our tele- ,
Bentley; Jacquelyn L. Brown, Golden Fountain Restaurant,
Domanstlnes Goodrum; Linda Carter, George Pratt; Beverly 2235 West Flagler Sreet. vision screens, who do not resort STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
Cooper, Ronad Neeley; Laura Dlllette, Roy Glover; Kamellia The students representacross to violence and destruc- INSTRUMENTS
Edwards, Percy Quinn; Valinda Ellison,James Addison;Gwen- section of the student tion but who, nevertheless,
dolyn Floyd, Freddie Allen; Gwendolyn Hammonds, Charles participation: with! achievement share your devotion to the, .
McLendon, Helen F. Hall, Mackie Shivers;Cheryl F.Jackson, i in sports, scholarship, building of the future," Mit-'
Ernest Dupont; Madeline Mack, John Pratt; Cynthia Me White and good citizenship. Dr. Edward chell wrote.A .
Vincent Collier; Victoria Ann,Newton, Mlllfred Moffett; Rhu- W h 1 g h a m,SuperIntendent newspaper survey of"the
nette Phillips, David Williams; Janice Reddick, Rubin Aiken; of Schools, will be the man in the street" by the
Cynthia Skinner, Bennie Foy Prudence Smith Anthony Cleveland Call and Post con-
; Sawyer; i keynote speaker of the even-
Patricia Swann, T. Roman; Deborah Webb, Benjamin Moore; j ing. This dinner is being sponsored cluded that "the mature Negro
Yvonne Wilkerson, David Brown; Rosetta Williams,Willie by a group of commun- would rather have Hubert
Sherrod; Valeria Wright, Charles Skinner; Martha Thomas, j ity citizens In tribute as a Humphrey, if he ran" over the
Joseph Thomas; and Wanda Blue, James Addison You are a i memoriam to the late Dr. other candidates.
wonderful group of young people, may God be with you always. ;Martin Luther King. Another Negro newspaper,
Briefs from a long fingernail. . when it comes to giving The chairmen for the dinnerare the Louisville Defender, reported -
dances in this area the Gay Ladies hold slight edge. They al- ; Allen A.Dworkls,Clifford that 11 of 12 local Ne-
ways manage to come up with something different. This time ;Matthews, and Henry Diniels.: gro political leaders polled favored -
it was a Fashion Show, ladies and gentlemen. It was no sur- Vice President Hum-
prise that my boy Al Bryant took off with the honors in the --

mens dept. . on hand at Elks Club enjoying themselves were Merchants who advertisein e
Mrs. Vera Johnson . Sonny Simmons . Fred Clark .
George Pinder . Walter Bowe . Merdis Bain . Jim
and Marge Wiggins . Lonnie Johnson may never reach the The Miami Times are e e
peak of his namesake, but he is going strong on guitar.Mr. .
James Cooper gave an after Cotillion Brunch at his
home Friday night last that will be long remembered by those telling you they appreciate

fortunate enought to be invited. Miss Eva Strachan acted as W ESE L L HAP PIN I E S S
hostess for the affair and no better could have been chosen . business with
those attending were : Mr. Walter Blatch (Fire Dept. Chief) doing AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAYAt
I Miss Rose Hepburn, Mr. and Mrs. Braynon,Cyril and Elouise the *rtur..rfi .f N.rthfo.tb l...,...'".x
ONLY 15 MINUTIJ MOM ANYWHIM IN MIAMI
Miller . Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson of Opa-locka, Billy and They are courteous
you. CORNER, N.W. 54th ST. t N.W.3rd AVE.
Barbara
Robinson . Mr. and Mrs. John Hughley . Miss
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Brenda Knowles . Mr. and Mrs. Harry Newton . Luster
where 2010 Biscayne Blvd. FR 1.0401 Broward JA 2-513
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and Sarah Floyd, and the guest of honor Miss Tenia Nua, a dependable. Shop
Hawaian dancer now appearing at the South Pacific in Hallen- MCI DILIVIRYANYWHIM IN U.S.A.
IN FT.IAUDIRDALI1103 I.LAS OLAS I LYD.M ION ft
dale . Mrs. Cleo Braxton was the weekend house guest of
Mrs. Carrie Johnson of4200SW26thSt. . The many friendsof you are appreciatedl!
Mrs. Della Lowe of Dade and Browardare pleased to know
that she is in fine condition atJackson Memorial after suffering .
::'rOh: +: :>:;}:;}:?OttN J.Nr.MYh7KS't4OF' C{1MCJ.4'tv},'t::PY,,>.? :
a heart attack last Sunday morning. Mr.James Crummley

Is in splendid condition at Memorial Hospital,followlngan attack ..... !;.y". r
of spinal meningitis. James is one of our fine young men :;}: r
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In the community, and we all wish and pray for his complete FLORIDA NEEDSFURLONG F r.
and speedy recovery. :
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Since the Marlins left for the road they are playing SOtf ball, v S ,,''.,''
i which isn't bad for the start of the season. Up to the time of ,'':,.':
.' writing my column! they are 1 1/2 games out of first place, :.::.:
which is not too bad. The Florida State League is known for ::

1' tough pitchers, but the Marlins are holding their own with
pitching and batting. They have lost a few tough games, and
look to improve as they goalong.Because of them being on the ::
'. road for six games, I cannot express any opinion, only what I rd r 'p ii
read. From the looks of things they are doing a fine Job, when .' :
\ they return for a four game series things may look different
They have a hustling ball club which means lot. When a team ,0:'

rt plays together that means everything,and that's what the Mar- l
(I lins are doing,; quite a part of this is the manager, Harry
\I Malmberg's donings that's what counts in baseball If there is '.'
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together. While sitting in the stands interviewed quite a MOE--HILL TED PARKS :{::: ... _..__._._.....__. -.0.-- ._ ::;

number of the regular fans, and they all seem well satisfied :: NORTHWESTERN'S RECORD BREAKERS s::.:
with the team..their r .mar. Jver /"Whata difference to other I'.
years.' Moe Hill and Ted Parks,two star outfielders with the Rattlers Schedule :: E/c/oro Sims (left)and Rosalyn Annah proud- :

,. Marlins are two of the returnees from last year. Moe is doing :: ly display the second place trophy won by North :::
I'' a great Job with his long ball hitting which has made him quite ::: western Senior High in county-wide high school :::
:': popular with the fans, and Ted, for his speed. He has stolen 3 Night Games !: girl's track meet, April 18 at Coral Gables High :::

, quite a few bases since the start of the season. The Marlins ;,:: School. r:
I ."\ are home, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, April 25, 26, and TALLAHASSEE.1968 Bethune-CookmanCollege, :::: Eldora/ set a new county record for the high ::
: 27. For reservations call 6355395. Also lots of free parking Beach November 30 ;::: jump with a leap of 5 feet; while Rosalyn broke :::
football schedule for Florida Daytona .
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I and the concession stand has quite a variety of food and drinks :::: the existing record for the Soccer ball throw with :::
Southern University ;;
,,) so why not try to make a night of it at the ball park. AtM University was recently Texas 7 :::: a mighty heave of 122'-1". Photo by Johnson of ,::;.:
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released
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, ," coach and Athletic Director. Blossom Classic Miami. ":::::::::::::::::;;;:;:;::.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::.:.:::::::;:.i::::::::iiv :;:::::::::::::::::::::::
: The Rattlers will play four
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: games at home that will include -
'}c Two close teammates on Coral Gables High School's nan three at night and one
tional co-championships have ended the suspense of where they (homecoming) during the day. .
1* will go to college. all-Everything" Craig Curry and "All- Night games will begin at 7:30 u
,, Everything" Bruce Berger, who made several recruiting trips and homecoming at 2 p.m.
: to colleges together, have announced their school selections .

,,w for next fall The Rattlers will also H / p' ; 1
I Craig has cast his lot with the University 01 Miami Hurricanes return to Tampa this year for _

while Bruce has "gone Ivy" and been accepted by the their annual game with Texas
University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. Southern University of Houston -
,I.", Both had nude trips to the University of Wisconsin and to Texas on November 30, I
Minnesota. In fact, at one time, both had Just about made up and the 36th annual Orange t c?. ? a
fl.: their minds to attend Minnesota, so well were they treated Blossom Classic will be held 4 ; ES1f'ltili

"i f there. But other factors entered into it. December 7th in the Orange
Local pressure helped Craig decide on Miami and Bruce Bowl in Miami.
)1 wanted pre-med at Penn.
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,: Between them they had about 100 scholarship offers from The 1968 schedule:September I

.:.,.'. all over the country. 28Allen University, Tallahassee a
You can be sure these high school buddies will be watchingeach October 5 South R
other's career in the future. Carolina State College,Orange MIAMI NORTHWESTERN GIRL'S TRACK TEAM

burg, S.C.; October 12 The girl's track team of Miami Northwestern senior High School failed to match

Alabama A&M College,Talla- the fete of their boy's track team in winning the county track championship but did
QUARRY AND ELLIS
FIGHT SATURDAYHard
hassee; October 19-Morris manage to bring a measure of glory to their school by winning second place in the

Brown October College 26 Tennessee, Atlanta, Ga.A&I; Girl's Countywide High School track meet April 18 at Coral Gables Senior High.

Kneeling (left to rightAbrella) Lacy, Eldora/ / Sims, Vondra McDuffy Shirley
hitting Jerry Quarry L.A.and boxer Jimmy Ellis of State University,Tallahassee.
Burke and Arinah.
Louisville meet for the world boxing association's heavyweight November 9 North Carolina Rosalyn
championship Saturday night at Oakland, California The 15 A&T University, Tallahassee, Standing (left to right) Patricia Mack Geraldine Pier Paulette Hunter, Linda

rounder, final round of the eight nun tournament,will be tele- (:[Homecoming); November 16- McCoy, Selma McGowen, Kaytrene Mitchell. Not shown: Andrea Sweeting, Leona
cast nationally and overseas from Oakland Coliseum arena at :Southern University, Baton Nellicliff, Gwendolyn Sturrup, Bobbie Bryant and Debris Howard. Photo by John
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: 1 930; a.m. Channel 10 will carry the fight locally Rouge, La.; November 23- son of Miami.

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scouts in uniform will be admitted free of charge to the

Silver Cup Regatta, scheduled for May 5,at the City of Miami MORTON F r
Marine Stadium, according to stadium director Lee Evans.
In announcing the plan, designed to introduce new fans to the L.PERRY r

sport of powerboat racing, Evans said, "all uniformed scouts
including boy scouts, girl scouts,brownies,and cub scouts are
eligible." p a

Sponsored by the South Florida Inboard Racing Club, the
Silver Cup Regatta will feature the exciting inboard hydros and A RECORD OF
pleasure craft. Classes and heats will be announced.
DISTINGUISHEDSERVICE


BOBBY HAYES JACKSONVILLE'S NO.1 1 CITIZEN ,

COMMENDED BY FOUR DADE COUNTY GRAND
Bob Hayes, who grew up in Jacksonville's slums,came: home
last week to help in the city's program to find jobs for other JURIES FOR LEGAL SERVICES.

Negroes.
FORMER CHIEF, RACKETS AND FRAUDS
Hayes, star pass receiver of the Dallas Cowboys and a
DIVISION AND ASSISTANT STATE ATTORNEY
double Gold Medal winner in the 1964 Olympics,was introduced r -f
in his new role as consultant in the Jobs for Jacksonville
program at a chamber of commerce meeting. HEADED SPECIAL DIVISION TO PROTECT

Mayor Hans Tanzler introduced Hayes as Jacksonville's No. SENIOR CITIZENS FROM SWINDLERS. 1

1 citizen."I EIGHTEEN YEARS LEGAL EXPERIENCE IN MARRIED, TWO CHILDREN; WIFE PRISCILLA;
don't believe in burning down buildings and I don't believein
stealing," Hayes declared. "I do believe in opportunity." CIVIL AND CRIMINAL lAW IS FORMER ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, ANTI-
DEFAMATION LEAGUE.GUEST .
lECTURER ON RACE RELATIONS
CLERGYMEN'S GOLF TOURNEY MAY 7-8 MASON MEMBER OF FLORIDA ADVISORY
POLICE TRAINING ACADEMY, 1960-67. BOARD'OF
ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE; 25

Some 55 entries have been received for the fourth annual YEAR RESIDENT.

f I Greater Miami Clergymen's Golf Tournament at the city ol

". I Miami's Lejeune Course May 7-8. ELECT lever
Clergyment representing nearly every denomination from PERRY
: .. Broward, Palm Beach, Monroe, and Dade Counties,and as far MORTON L. 17-C J
: away as Atlanta, Ga., have entered the City of Miami-spon-
sored event, whose objective is"fe llowship.-not par-breaking
t ""i. golf," according to Lew price, Director of the MiamiMetroDepartment PD.POL.ADV. JUDGE SMALL CLAIMS COURT COUNTY WIDE

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Ii'' A $85 Million Goal' For Insurance WeekA c" '' Arrington Maintains! Says, BiasIn Dade I I



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nationwide goal of writing Company, and a special committee Negro-owned companies alone ance Company, Louisville, attack against
+ ; $85 million in' new coverage E. Earthmon Fort, have over $2.25 billion of Insurance Kentucky; B. V. Gregory a vigorous Attorney Henry
't d,,:r, during the second week in Mayis 'officer. of Mammoth in force and $400, manager, Supreme Life Insur- segregation told, the members of
the aim of 8,000 agents for Life and Accident Insurance million In assets. ance Company of America, Arrington andUrbanDo-
the Housing
the 46 Negro-owned life insurance Company' Loulseville, developed ' The National Insurance Association Chicago; R. E. Howard,public velopment Advisory Board
make te campaign slogan. relations director
companies that Unity
Is a trade group of that its policy maintains racial
up the NationallnsuraDceAs- The theme appears in a seriesof Burial and Life Insurance
the life .
major Negro managed segregation.Said
sociation. posters which designed to Company, Mobile, Alabama -
Insurance companies. Ac- Arrington, "I am very
motivate agents and public. Octave Lilly, Jr., x ,e
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cording to Harris member with the rate of
This week,George S.Harris Additional displays and specIal director, Peoples Life Insur- dissatisfied
president of the National programs in various cities companies conduct business ance Company, Memphis, progress we have made in integrating -
'through 500 offices In 25 housing in
Insurance Association announced have been planned by indi- Tennessee; Ernest Shell, public
states. "
the 34th annual obser- vidual companies to keep the CLU, agency director, Golden Miami.
vance of National Insurance goals before all personnel. Harris Is also president of State Mutual Life Insurance He asked the board of direc-
Week from 13-18. In his tors to revise its assignment
May Chicago Metropolitan Mutual Company, Los Angeles; and
National Insurance Week policy so that an applicant for
official proclamation, Harris, Forrest Strickland
Insurance Company and was ,agency director would either
was instituted the association public housing
by -
reminded'member companiesof member of the insurance Ad- Wright Mutual Life Insurance avail-
in 1935 as a means of take the first vacancy
their i responsibility to ex-
visery Panel to the Kerner Company, Detroit.
able of its locationor
tend bringing the protection of Ne- regardless
the economic services of Riot Commission. HENRY ARRINGTONthe
life families closer tothaten- have his name placed the
insurance to all families. gro
Joyed by the average American Insurance executives serving , MARY LEE bottom of the eligibility list. selection result is "token
Participating agents will family. on the National Insurance FOR FLOWERS The director of Dide's integration" in most housing

.. wear lapel buttons declaringthat"SecuritylsPower. Week committee. with Isbell 1662 NE 123rd Street Housing and Urban Develop- ,projects and "total segrega-
." The gap, though narrower, are: Edward W. Bailey,. ment Department, Haley tion" in others.
theme} of the nationwide sales still exists today. Recent sta- agency director, United Specializing in conven- .Sofge, recommended that the Mr. Arrington cited Liberty
promotion, which is being directed tistics show the national average Mutual Life Insurance Com- tions, weddings. Flowersfor applicant be given three Square and James E. Scott

by James S. Isbell,ad- protection to be $15,000per pany, New York City; E. E. hospital and mortuary. choices befor forfeiting his housing developments as two

ministrative assistant agency family. Average protection Fort, agency director, Mam- priority for housing. projects which are totally Ne
director of Chicago Metro- for Negro families is estimated moth Life and Accident Insur- L Nancy S. Ward But Arrington replied that gro.
politan Mutual Assurance at $3,000 per family.

Income Properties I LTTBROKER. I t Chief Judge


For Sale!

((1)) 1121 NW 47th St. Duplex. 750000. ,

((2) 2125 NW 58th St.
) Duplex. 800000. ,
OPEN 7 DAYS ,
.. ((3)) 1529 NW 51st Ter. 2 houses. $7000.00 .,:

PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
SELLER
((4)) 4612 NW 16th Ave. Duplex. $7500.00. -------------1
Pretty 3 bedroom CBS, new area. Jalousie win-

((5)) 1217 NW 38th St. 13500. dows, carport, terrazzo floors, spotless Inside \ OUR CLASSIFIED ADS I II
and out. Bargain I at $12,000, $400 down and

4 Unit Apartment Building $74.41 month, FHA. Near school, shopping, etc. I BRING RESULTS t tL
; Vi Cash Down Required "
r y All Buildings are Fully Rented I::::').' SELLER PAYS ALL,CLOSING COSTS ";; I -j 1
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r Call Mr. Maury Alterson "' Lovely, CBS home at 330 NW 58th St. Fla room,

{[ carport, tile roof, awnings and a swimming pool,

i fool FNA'$13,500, ,,$45 0 'o'wn'J83.m th,., tip's::
FORD ,
REAL TV INC. Broker f ' :
((1)) No Qualifying I i i Duplex. $800 down.

; 3639 rlW 15th Ave. 635-4595 NO QUALIFYING $800 DOW MOVE IN! 3010 NW 10th Ave. 3 bedrooms up and

j' Pretty corner,house, aluminum siding, awnings, down each.

I a l Iou sl i e windows, stove, refrig. Price only

$6,000 with $800 down, and $75 month. ((2)) No qualifying 3405 NW 11th Place.

King Realty, Inc. of Miami SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS :':. $495 down. $65 month.

Modern CBS dupl _x, 2, bedrooms each side jalou.sin'
"KIng SIze Buy."REALTORS 8000 NW 7th
DADE COUNTY ; windows,, tile, roof, terrasto floors. gas ((3)) 3391 NW 178th St. 3 bedroom, $350
KINGDOM IS OUR IBEAUTIFUL *fl"* MB .' Ave heat, sprinkler system, pretty patio, on NW 96th down. $97 pays all.

St." and 23rd Ave.. FHA bargain at $17,000 with

CALL $700 down and $104.55 month. Live rent free. ((4)) No qualifying CBS houses, 3 bedroom,

693.2081 2 bath on 1 lot and 1 bedroom house on
SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
Beautiful bedroom, 2 bath CBS home at 249 NW next lot for only $16,300 selling price.

56th St. This like new home has awning windows, $3,000 down, $135 month for both properties.

gas heat, stove and refrigerator and Is a bargain Go see at 3420 and 3430 NW 10th Av.

at$12,000 with $400 down and$74.41 month, FHA. One mortgage payment.


SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSMG COSTS t,

WATERFRONT PROPERTY 'Jalou-sie FORD REALTYINC. Broker

9421 LITTLE RIVER BLVD 'j leg," patio arid barbeque, fenced yard, FHA price 3639 NW 15th Ave. 635-4595

$13,500, $450 down, and $83.71 month., (Our Opa- I
Beautifu,! 3 bedroom Flo room, garage, carport,
;J loch number is 6243666)). ,'
stove, refrigerator. FHA terms

NEW AREA, OPALOCKALike
1351 NW 96 STREET CARLT /W REAM
new, 3 bedroom CBS, awnings, jalousie
WATERFRONT PROPERTY windows, gas wall heater, terrazzo floors, stove, 'Broker)
Gorgeous 3 bedroom, 2 bath, large Fla room, gar- refrigerator, washing machine. Bargain at $13,000
age. See this beauty. FHA terms. FHA with $400 down and $80.82 month. (Our 30741 19 STREET

Opo-locka number is 6243666.). 693.4772 CALL
n 635 -3177
1050 NW 91 STREET F'c" " NEW ', '
AREA NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Lovely 2 bedroom, 2 bath. Cravera Lakes FHA CBS 2 BDF BATH, Closed porch,
See this. No qualifying." It's a steal. area. ,, Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath beauty, tile roof, $11,000, $350 down, ; mo.
jalousie windows, appliances
freshly painted
1934 FHA CBS DUPLEX, I BDRM I BATH liv
NW 84 STREETDoll :, inside and out. Home is on 150th St. HE ,
near
house, beautiful kitchen. Ideal for retired r: rm, K ea. side can be converted to 2 bdrm, 2
r ,,15th Ave. FHA price, $14,000, $450 down and bath. Has extra lot build
to another duplex. Will
couple. No qualifying. :::" $86.91-.month.. Vacant, we'have keys!II fast.
go $13,500, $450 down, $83.71 month.

1189 NW 93 TERRACE WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES NO QUALIFYING

2 bedroom cutie. Built-in range and oven. 7 years YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR WON'T LAST 2
BDRM I
new. Great terms.BEAUTIFUL $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING BATH Cpt. CBS,
DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY vynl flrs.$10,900l,000 down$70 mo. pays all.

CORNER INCOME PROPERTY 3 BDRM, I BATH, CBS BEAUTY. Tile rf, vynl (
1391 NW 45 STREET firs., $12,400
$1,000 down. $100 mo. all.
pays
3 bedroom, well, pump and sprinkler, awnings.Has .
one bedroom apt. for income. FHA'terms. REALTYBROKER 3 BDRM, I BATH, CBS, TILE RF, vynl firs, gar. ;
stove, refrig., air cond. w/w carpets, fenced. .
6401 N. MIAMI AVENUE Sprinklers $12,000$1,200 down$110 mo. paysall.

Corner 3 bedroom, 2 bath, beautiful I well kept CBS DUPLEX 2 BDRM, I BATH ea. side. t r

house. Call for details. 4932 NW 7th Ave. Fenced. Can be used as 4 bdrm, 2 bath, 2 car j

gar., $14,500, $1,500 down. $125 mo.
.... OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE PL 94371 )
I ( HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWN MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM 1
16000 NW 27 Ave * * * * * * .)
I I// We specialize in homes for persons being displaced -
r:. in Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing : 624-3666 TUNE IN TO JON CARLTON in the Real Estate
I Corner, WMBM, 1490 KC, Friday 3:00: and ;
: Projects. Veterans call to see if you qualify. '! J:( 9:00 p.m.
I"I',.f'..' You're only a phone call away. i..!r;fIN.Wf ,Open. Evenings' Sundays to: see p.m.the Get homes.If Real. Estate information and call ;.

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FOR SALENO Sporting, News Hails: lltod

ADS CLOSING COSTS I

Live rent free! Beautiful CBS
Wilktr "Incredible"The
Jot As
,15 WORDS OR LESS 11.50.6C FOR EACH AMMONAL WORD Duplex 2 bedroom 1 bath,
carport, on extra large cor-
t HEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P.M. ner lot tile roof. BarBQuepit. Sporting News of April to determine the classification

-- Freshly painted.FHA$500 13, has given almost three- and by what criteria.
FOR SALE FORSALEOPPORTUNITY FOR SALE down $96 month. Atlantic and fourth of a page to an Interesting "The voice is rich and natural.

9201 NW 17th Avenue 'gorgeous Pacific: Realtors 666-0411. ,article on the life of MI- His delivery Is eminently pro
: Magnificent 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH ami's one and only Joe Walker fessional."
CBS 2 bedroom Fla.
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tile roof oak floors CBS- tile roof. Terr floors FHA terms, total price $15- Written by John Steadman,the Joe works six days a week,
room FHA $12,500$400, downVetsand 3 bedroom, 1 bath home with 000, only $450 down,vets only FOR RENT story is entitled, "Joe Walker from 5 a.m. to 7a.m.asadisc
gar. adjoining 2 bedroom, 1 $100 down, payments, only Incredible Tale of Sightless Jockey on local radio station
221 people $100)) $83.05
monthly This house will, move bath CBS Duplex with2-car $114 a mouth pays all, this is 1 bedroom duplexs and apartments Sportscaster." WAME. A few years agohe

fast. See today Aetna Realty gar. Both for$31,500.00-$3- a very large home with huge 1956 NW 47th St. All Joe Is blind, but does not allow worked for KXLW in St. Louis
000 down $250 monthly. eatin kitchen all ceder lined utilities $21 weekly. 4719 NW that to be a barrier to his and WYLD inNew Orleans,
(757-5724.Broker), 811 Open NW 7 days.54thSt., Ph. Carlton 4772 Realty (Borker) 693- closets, back porch, this Is a 15th Ct. $19 weekly. $6837' ambition in life. The following then returned home.

635-3177. custome built home first time NW 6th Ave. $18 weekly 747 excerpts tell for themselvesthe Joe, now 36, went to St.Augustine

offered it will not last.A Ben- NW 77th Terrace $15 weekly kind of man Joe Walker Is: School for the Blind as
NW 69th St. 2 bedroom
600-602
BEAUTIFUL CBS Tile roof. Kori, Realtor, call anytime of a There he base
Dixie Realty. 3203 NW 17tl I> "The personal history boy. played
:, each side all CBS duplex
,
2 bedroom 1 bath with
duplex 759-2425. Avenue. plain Joe Walker, a radio ball and football and boxed with
oak floors, tile roof, cpt. swim pool large land-
sports announcer, exceeds other blind boys.
modern kitchens, be your own BEDROOM
scaped corner. Many extras CBS 1 bedroom furnished house in anything that ever has been accomplished How did the blind baseball
landlord. FHA $16,700, $700 $22,900 $4,000 down. $140 $12,000 FHA Terms with$400 rear 2351 NW 58th St. 696- by the heroes of team play? Let Joe Walker tell
down $102.63 monthly No month. Carlton Realty (Broker down and $87.00 a month pays 9946. the games he talks about. it:

closing costs. Don't delay. ) 693-4772 635-3177. all, this Is a charming home "His life is prepetualdarkness "Our coach Mr. Otis

Aetna RealtyBroker), 811 NW --- very clean and neat in best Room. Working man. Cooking but the disposition and Knowles, had a ball about the
54th St. Ph.: 757-5724. Open 7 By owner 3 bedroom CBS gar- area, call to see. A Ben-Kori, 3160 NW 67th Street. the exthusiasm of the man is size Of a Softball made with a ,.,

days. age, wall to wall carpet, air- Realtor call anytime 759-2425 brighter than the most power- bell inside You could hear it

conditioned, bedrooms newly Furnished apartment with ful searchlights. when it was thrown
161 NW 68th St. bedrooms, painted inside and out.$16,500 LIKE NEW BARGAIN yard. Reasonable. For Information "Joe Walker radiates a "We listened for the soundof
Fla. room, carpet, oak floors, 10% down 1050 NW 90 St.
This is a like new home all for call OX 1-2426. splendor that is God-given. the bell as the ball came to
stove refrigerator, com Drive by then call 693-0865. $13,900 FHA terms ooly $40 "He doesn't feel sorry for the plate and then we knew
pletely fenced, FHA $13,500 (Indef.) Nice room for working man himself nor does he ask for an when to swing. The bases all

$450-down, (Yets closing& 221 costs peo-, down, beautiful FbdH o-nn, 5520 NW 15th Avenue. advantage. All he wants is the equipped with bells, a different -
$100)) no '
ple TIRED OF WORKING? carport 2 bedroom, hardwood 1 bedroom apartment: furnished. chance to compete behind a tone for whether it was
Hurry!
$83.71 monthy.Hurryl Broker HAVE $2,600 floors in best Area near bus- $18 weekly adults only microphone,and let his ability first, second, third or home."

Hurry 811 NW! Aetna 54th St.Realty Ph. 757-5724( ) You can almost retire with this, ses and schools, don't miss 754-6277. measure how far he is goingto When he goes to the games,

modern apartment building. 4 this. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, go." Joe keeps his own records,
Open 7 days. large 2 bedroom apartments call anytime 759-2425. 1 bedroom Unfurnished effici-, Continuing, the writer said: play-play, in Braille. If the
-- Near NW 36th Street and 2nd ency. Desire working lady "His knowledge of sports editorS game is being broadcast he
1301 NW Little River Drive Ave. To see, call Mr. Rummol NO QUALIFYING 634-8021. and the general categoryof carries a portable radio to

3 bedrooms, 2 bath, enclosed Investment Counselors, Real $13,200 total with only $1,800down an expert,however you want help him follow the action. .1..
fenced
tile roof
yard
garage, tor. 2994 NW 7th St. 634-4563 move right in a n d payments Furnished kitchenette room
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wall to wall carpet,central oil
of $95.00 a month this and utilities included. $13.50
heat asking $19,000 E Z $6500 CASH is CBS 2 bedroom wall to,wall week. 633-3109 635-1078. Scholarship Banquet May 10 I
terms owner says bring mea
3 BEDROOM, 1 1/2 BATH carpet a good deal. A. Ben-
deal Aetna REaltyBroker! ( )
FRAME 2 room, efficiency or apartment -
Korl, Realtor call anytime Excellent speakers are not 10 at 8 at
811 NW 54th St. Ph. 757-5724 Purchase as is unfurnished. Reasonable. Near bus May p.m. Mays High
Open 7 days. 759-2425. easy to come by, and when the School Goulds.
760 NW 66th St. line. Call 696-2470.
opportunity to present some of
-Like-new CBS 4 bedroom, 2 Call Mr Wilson J, K. Realty NO QUALIFYINGOR them is offered, the public For reservations call any of

bath city water wall to wall 947-7571 LOAN COSTS One bedroom partly furnished should respond. the coordinators: Mrs. Annie

best 9000 NW 8th AVENUE apartment no children, Tillman, 691-7471; Mrs.
neighborhood
carpets, CBS house Sacrifice$3500 full Speakers at this banquet will Docia Howell NE 4-5525 Mr
down Lovely CBS wall to wall car- deposit required. Near buses ;
FHA $13,500 only $450
Vets & 221 $100) price. Needs smell repairs. pets. Like brand new. Must see and Grandway 1225 NW 56th St. be Mrs. Mayme Williams,past Edward Hanna, 236-1283;
( people
(Opa-locka) 633-3109 635- to appreciate Allapattah national PTA president, also Stanle y Newbold 635-8767. II-
monthly $83.71 don't get lefto 1078. Cash or terms. a member of the Governor's
A 2 bedroom -
n this winner Aetna Realty Realty, 6330426.' large apartment Quality Education Program in **" All PTA members in Bide

(Broker) 811 NW 54th St. Ph. 3 BEDROOM BEAUTY $22 373-7973.weekly. 2139 NW47th Ter Florida, assistant principal County are urged to support

757-5724. Open i days. Like new CBS large room, tile !INO QUALIFYING! of Guidance at Booker T. this banquet by their presence.The .

roof, beautiful oak floors,huge 2485 NW 89th Terrace. Large 1192 NW 65th Street # 3 Washington Junior HighS proceeds will be used for
2025-27 NW 91st St. live rent kitchen. A real home.See 1840 large CBS with Fla. room.All 2 bedroom apartment. New c h o ol; Mr; Nelson Adams, 1968 scholarship The publicis
free-"',all CBS duplex, FHA NW 46th St. Call owner 693- rooms are spacious. $87 prefer adults or 1 child, head master at Dunbar Elementary invited to help make it a success -
value $13,700 only$450 down month all convenient .
2631 pays Monthly rent. 446-7574. School, who will also
No closing costs monthly down payment, we trade. serve a s toastmaster.. The This will be' the last scholarship

$84.99 freshly painted, a real Near Fla. Memorial College. Greg r Realty, Broker, 887- 2 bedroom house. Living progress of the American Ne- banquet as colored because -

solid investment to live in, see Large beautiful homo. By owner 0403. room, dining room, kitchen gro from 1768 to 1968 will be the PTA is integrated
today Aetna Realty (Broker), No qualifying. $1,000 down and bath.Fenced call 693-2726 shown.
811 NW 54th St. Ph. 757-5724 9496992. (Indef.) BUSINESS PROPERTY for appointment. Mrs. Martha Williams,ban-
Open 7 days. See 510 NW 54th Street.Com- The affair will be on FridayMISCELLANEOUS quet chairman, William Cooper -

3 bedroom 2 bath CBS, Like mercial. Zoned C-5. 2 story 270 NW 51stSTREET co-chairman; Stanley
A large duplex up and down. 2 new. Could be uSed as 4 bed CBS, large store, 10 feet Large 1 bedroom bungalowwith Newbold, program chairman;
bedrooms each. $500 down. 2 bath. No qualifying. overhead doors. Ideal for auto
room, large front porch, unfurnished Mrs. Queen E, Armstrong,
$89 month. 373r7973.: $300 cash down. Edison RealtyRealtor painting shop-grocery-l1Wlu- $25 weekly. president.

175 NW 62nd St.751- facturing. 2 offices plus 2 CALL MR. GROSS Tired of washing and ironing?
12 AVENUE NORTH OF 79th 2441. large furnished apartments, DAILY 444-6126 Will do it. Reasonable prices.

Street 3 bedroom CBS, carport upstairs, air-conditioned, EVENINGS 448-2824 3160 NW 67th Street.
utility room, awnings. FHA Large 3 bedroom, 2baths, rear parking, priced low. HELP WANTED
$400 down.$77.61 month Tubin corner. Sprinklers, air-con Owner will finance 6% mort-
Furnished room in waterfront Expert ironing done in my
Realtors. 7906 NW 7 Ave. Ph.: ditioned, central beat,carpetIng gage. 751-5171. home. private entrance Air home. Reasonable prices call SERVICE TRAINEES

691-4785. drapes, garbage disposal, conditioned. 1 and last week in 751-3136. between 10- 4 daily. Multi-million. dollar corp. is
beautifully landscaped.Byap- No qua II f Y In g, Income pro- advance. 696-2240, Single woman seeking trainees ages 20-35
EAST OF EXPRESSWAY 624-3574. perty 2 lovely CBS houses ir I
pointment. only. with experience in electronics -
Don't off
put making Will.
2 bedroom 1 bath your
Newly decorated 2 bedroom 1 lot. Front
For will form plus Instruction radar, sonar, communi-
CBS Fla. room garage.Seller FOR SALE BY OWNER dining room, extra large Fla.
,
270 NW 51st STREET $1.00 P. 0. Box 181 Edison cations, or technical schooling
pays all closing costs. FHA 1621 NW 58th STREET room, carport, awnings, wall Large 1 bedroom bungalowwith Center Miami Fla. Basic knowledge is all that is
$400 down month. lot zoned for apart- to wall carpet.Rear bedroom ,
$86.48
House on
front unfurnished required. Many
large porch, (M. 10)) company
Tubin Realtors. 7906 NW 7th ment house or kindergarten or 1 bath,awning. Both furnished. $25 weekly., benefits including company
Ave. ph. 691-4785. Cash $4- Lovely area move right-in.
church. Total price CALL MR. GROSS 'car and hospitllization.Salary
500. Call Hollywood 987-4668 Close to school, bus,shopping REMODELINGRoom
DAn.V"446126EVENINGS $5500 plus depending on ex-
FHA $200 DOWN $70.51 MO. after 7 p.m. Income $225 month. $2000 448-2824 additions remodeling perience. Interviews Friday ..
payment Insult alterations commercial -
Total price$9,500Newly decorated down Monthly and Saturday April 26 and 27,
2 bedroom CBS. Near 2 bedroomeacb Atlantic and pacific Realtors at Industrial residential. Free
By owner. Duplex. at Four Ambassadors Hotel.
Store 67 NW 62nd St.Zoned
est I t Allied
666-0411. m a e s. Builders
bus schools Tubin 717
shopping. side In Hallandale. B-3. $75 per month. First 446-3288. Call 377-1966. Contact RobertG.
Realtors. 7906 NW 7 Ave. Ph.: NW 6th St. For Information and last month. Call 624-8839 McSorley.

691-4785. call 691-5453, MiamiApr.) NO QUALIFYINGNO (Apr. 27)

CLOSING COSTS
FHA PRICE $11,500.$350DN. PRICE REDUCED MOVE RIGHT IN CHILDCARE NORTHEAST

and $84.50 month 2 bedroom $23,000 on the canal on Beau 7725 NW 14th Avenue. Great- HELPWANTED Mothers, Mothers, I f you are

CBS, Fla. room,carport,util- tiful Little River Dr.Gorgeous, est bargain in town! Like new Master barber looking for a clean neat home 'I Beautiful 2 bedroom opts.
ity room, appliances. Near 17 3 bedroom 2 bath with tots ol, 3 bedroom 2 baths.On cor- call 751-9112. wanted. Please experienced babysitter good I I Furnished or Unfurnished

Avenue Tubin Realtors. 7906 features like large bedroomsand ner lot. Call 235-2958. food call us pickup and de- Select Clientele only

NW 7th Ave. Ph. 691-4785. all builtin Florida kitchen.room garage Bank termsA patio $895 down, $99 mo. Part time evening work. Maids livery. 633-2002 or 633-2732 Wall to wall carpetsNo

175 NW 68th St. Duplex. FHA must see. A. Ben- Kort, and porters. Apply 209 NW 2nd MinorsP
terms $600 down. ModernCBS Realtor call anytime 759-2425 Like new 2 bedroom 2 bath CBS Ave. 3:30: 7:30 p.m. Thurs Infants and toddlers. Best of L 9-4114
with tile roofhardwoodfloors. carporte, awning, patio beau day and Friday. 3306.00 care in the home. 635-2893.

1 e completely BEDROOM CBS tiful landscaped, city water Monday and Tuesday. (Bidet). ...

furnished, appliances for Seeing Is believing, only $10- with extra well and pump for 'FOR SALE
both apartments. We have the 000 FHA terms only$300 down lawn. Nicely furnished too! Experienced beauty operators GARDENIA SALE
key Tubin Realtors. 7906 NW and $83 a month pays all, this Move right in.Close to school, Shadowlawa area. 757-9335. 3 BEDROOM 2' -tTH.
205 off all
bus and down grafted GARAGE w
shopping $1900 gar-
7th
Ave. 691-4785. and is
ph. our
Florida room
has Str..t
denial. Det's Gardenia 1809 HW .4l1t
$95 month. Seller take back
miss this Experienced attractive
best buy today.Don't 7195 HW 15th Court
mortgage. Must see today!At- Nursery, 633 E. Ocke-
64 Anex-
Olds.Jetstar power breaks In best area all painted inside waitresses wanted.
and power steering.Good condition and out. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor lantic and Pacific Realtors perienced barmaid. Call: 758- chobee Road, Hloleoh. JE 81340CLASSIFIED

$1100 221-3872. call anytime, 759-2425. 666-0411. 2917. Open Sunday.




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