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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: May 3, 1968
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Vol. 45, No. 36 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1968 40 PAGES .15 ..'

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One child was killed and an- ground. ""' ': Tuesday's: Primary

.. other injured Tuesday when a 'A k rid g e was charged by'; ','" \
WASHINGTON. Jobs was Martin Luther King, said the taxi cab ran a red light at police with failing to yield thefright it'l' r i;9ev'ea $* ro. candidates, the :latfwt I fe* I'
the nam. of the game in the nation m us t provide one mil- a school pedestrian signal and of way'to pedestrians(:' .' : political history will be vying' torte'togte j ,
Capitol on Tuesday as R3v. lion Jobs immediately and an- plowed through a crosswalk a crosswalk and for improperly ". lative, school, board, ,and Metro'Commlseloa posts to.j .
Ralph Abernathy and the first other m 11 lion over the next crowded with children going driving with a restricted Tl fMlal'Sprimtry election.of .. .A I
contingent of the poor people's four years. home from school,police said. license.His license required :, I/:! "ttw!aafidttatM are'running" for $School oe.':d]

is, crusade to Washington told' "We are here because we Robert Lee Akridge,58,the him to, wear glasses while :x*;teckrifaf'.Dewocrats Willing on Rolte, ,Eaekiel Burrows,'
'Congress, that one million Jobs want to work but wo are tiredof cab owner, drove through the driving, but he was not wearing ;:,.;,ad RMllow C, Gylord ftolie., ,: t.,,,;,y:_
must be found for the hardcore being told there,are no Jobs NW 62 St. and 28 Ave.crossingat any when the accident oc-' 1 i fir Democrats. Ronald young a&d,Joe, Kerstiaware",vying '
unemployed now. for which we are qualified," 25 miles per hour, police cured._ ; for ,offices fe'the"'House'of RepreseotaUves"aloag,with .'
"Existing progra m s for Abernathy said. said. The vehicle headed intoa Desiree Bethel, a five- '..ReftfeUeaa i Leon,Earless, Earl Carroll, Is only Negro can?
creating Jobs simply are not America's widely group of five children on year-old girl, was killed bYi didate for the Metro Commission., V! S
n, working' Abernathy told the publicized"Despite affluence hundreds their way home from Glade- two cars late Saturday as she';. ?':?The ;Miami Times editorial board, after'interviewing]
Senate anti-poverty subcommittee. , of thousands drag, outthler view Elementary School. tried to cross an intersection''" nmny:of?,the.candidates, lists:Its Democratic" talent
1 "We need those Jbs lives in an economic depres- Three of the children Jumped at NW 62nd St. and 21st Ave. ; 'dorsementsbelowfor, Tuesday's:election._- ;,MU. ,
,. badly. We need tern now. We, sion as bad as ever known. clear, but the car struck Authorities said the child ';;,. ..S. Senate *,' LeROY COLLWS>> . ;',
r need to live money in our pockets ,' any Gwendolyn Jones, 5, of 3166 was struck by a car driven by: '; ,v.U.'S,:Congress *. Dr.>ELTON: (iils El ND"NNEtt.,Wef?eel
to be able to hold up our "We certainly hope the NW 56th Street, and she was Pecola L. Lovett and thrown ",,Dr.. GlsseHdanaejr did a good Job as a Slate Representative ?
heads, ,Congress$ will realize the Ne- crushed to death. under the into a neighboring lane of traffic \i and dese s repareseat&e the people.of.Spatti Florida.'
We must not, we cannot'' gro..... the black man-has wheels where she was struck'by ": .lD,Congress, '-,", ':'
wa will not continue this way,." been waiting forever for Tanya Anderson, another 5- another car.Lovett .' State',House of Representatives .., RONALD YOUNG
he said. something that was guaranteedus year-old, of 3058 NW 58th st., told the police that (District 91),,Wo-feel Young qualified for\,this
Abernathy, who took over by the constitution,"Aber- was also hit. The wheels of the the second car ran over the :seat>of tee. three,candidates. DJCK,C1.ARICpistrict,93),.
leadership to the poor people's nathy said before entering'.the cab rolled over and broke her girl, stopped momentarily, .'i lrt6t.'Cli2k,'tfet'Vrotber? :of MUml,:Mayor StoveClatk, IMS
campaign conceived by the late ,hearing:room., left leg as she lay on the l then sped'away. 'a pfOKrtMitvt.. prdgram:which promiaes'to s.rc're all lt '
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\ :(Groap. r Mi rge). w.+ .'Borrovrs'wooldben/Uw:atWWeato
k : tte aohool. Board,,GENE,, DAVIDSON and ,*..:RBwlBecldun ,
'J.. ;,:''\ .. /; < ' ,candidates qualified for this post. ,,therefore, warec* '
' I' 'lii ,'' 'AV'" : ,,'.,i 'ommnd both'' for,''your consideration.# ANNA BRENNER 1
: .' .i : ,', .< 'MEYERS (District.5X,'She has A.fine record on the School
Board)and.we recommend her re-election.
:; ... ..::,;.,"': County Commission ,* HAROLD GREENE (District),
., SHEPARDDistrict.2).j..Sb.rdbisat4&e.urban{ ( < 4
1. ,renewal :aad"Urb&a', ; .d yetopra nt proramwas believe (;; :. t
deserves:election'to'.title peat..'EARL CARfiOLLBtetrlet; ( l
3). ,Mr Carroll iBSurance executive bas a commendable -'
,record in the community.,ALEXGORDON PHIL
CKAFETZ ,(District? : 5)). The .edttorlaL.board .found,bothcandidates ) .
well,qualified:.for:this;office,,,ARTHUR i'
: 26 Seek Dream Girl' :PATTENsD6trtet:( ; .'EARL STARHBS (District 7). Mr."
i y 3_. :helped eetaWlsh toe cowl's DepaptwefttofHoasteg (
amdUrba.n, \Developmeirt.,He,deserves_ 're-electionji:
: Title At Bayfront HARDY'.MATHESON(District 8).. !Q\K f '..
Florida: :Supreme.,,Court;.* we, reeommendJOFBQYD.:
y (District. !),,WOODffi,A, L1LEDtstrict; ( ?), a:n d HAL, : \
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I 'r Bandshell SaturdayDream District"Court .of>;Appeils We have no recominenda..:,:,
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Girl 968, a beauty pageant, will be held on Satur- Public 'Utility .Commission .., JESS YARBOROUG ,
day, May 4, at 730; p.m. at Bayfront Park Bandshell on Bis- State Attorney.., RICHARD GERSTEIN. :t,
cayne Blvd. The contest will be sponsored by the Edison Little County:Judge*.Judge;MEYER.BRILLIANT.. .'';' ,''\..'
River! EOPI Neighborhood Center. Criminal Court o.'f Recordejudge: JACK TURNER; "'
Twenty-six, lovely and talented young ladies from four of ',Juvenile Judge.*:MARTIN, 'SAXON&,*, .J\\: Dade's leading senior high schools in the area(Miami Edison Small Claims Court Judge-'JudgeIORTON L; PERRY}

Senior High, Miami Jackson Senior High, Miami CentralSen- .Justice of the'Peace.Np|i ,recommendations.. .'':,:.,*"1 -,'. .,3
ior High and Miami Northwestern Senior High Schools) will f"". .**'"* ,, t ,
MARY ANDERSON JACQUELYN KING I Constable:- No recommendations; ,; ,.". ;
compete for the title of Dream Girl 1968.A ; 'ti '< i; '_ .L __'_.1 _---!...:.} ,:, : .' ;: : Ir
$100 cash prize will be awarded the first place winner,
$50 for the second place winner,and a$25 cash prize for third
place. Each contestant will receive a gift certificate. $800,000 Program" For Summer Jobs IA I
Winners are also expected to receive trophies,according to
Center Roscoe MatchettJrTheprizeswillhe donated -
by the neighborhood merchants in the area and fashion county-wide program to Tuesday by the Economic Op- unity Relations Board, as regular summer program to
modeled at the program will be furnished by lory's Dress provide education, recreationand portunity Program, Inc. coordinator.An serve 3,000.
Shop. employment opportunitiesfor D i d e's anti-poverty agency, effort is under way to Involve Working with local busi- .
The contest is sponsored by the center's Progressive Youth underprivileged youth was which will provide nine neigh- some 100,000 youth, nessmen the Coast Guard will '
Association, better known as P1'A.It is composed of a group of unveiled Tuesday. borhood youth centers. ranging from five to 25 years. conduct a water ski school. A
young ladies and men, 15-19,who work together to bring abouta It is necessary to have almost Last January, Dade was one Dade County and Miami are program sponsored by neighborhood -
better social relationship regardless of race,color, sex religion $500,000 in federal funds of 50 metropolitan centers expanding their parks program residents and poolhall
or national origin. and more than$300,000 in contributions selected to apply for and will be keeping facilities operators will provide county- "
Among the Judges for the beauty pageant will be Miss Ruth bylocalgovernments grants from the President's open until midnight. wide billiard competition
Welden, director of student activities at Youth Hall; Garth C. community agenciesand Council on Youth Opportunity. A camping program for A Black Art Festival is also
Reeves, editor of The Miami Times; and Paul H. Wyche Jr., private firms to make the This led to the creation of the 1,200 will be provided by the planned, and costruction by
reporter of The Miami News. program work. local Youth Opportunity Pro- United Fund,Catholic Diocese the youth of a float for next
The girls will compete In te swimsuit, evening gown and Named Operation Spped,the gram, with Robert Simms, Miami Herald; and the year's Orange Bowl parade.
talent divisions program was endorsed locally executive director of the Com- United Fund will expand its Continued on page 13


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2. HMIAM| TIMES)1 Friday, May 3, 1968 \ 'X8TOI.l' >- :v- "tr

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D. C.;-The national leaders began pre- Washington. May 30. We are Sltlns, Freedom Rides! the Cooks, a veteran civil toSCLCas rights Demonstrations In Wash-
who came ington are scheduled to
Poor People's Campaign of the senting demands for decent encouraging students to cora Birmingham and Selma.move- orgaizer the begin
Southern Christian Lead- Jobs, income and other rights. and stay as long as possible if ments. We are now confidentthat a college student during has de- May 20 after the arrival of
ership Conference (SCLC) is "I urge all students who it becomes necessary to intensify they will Join their poor 1965 Selma March,seminar masses of poor people from all
making a national appeal to support this poor People's the Campaign beyond brothers and sisters of all veloped a work-study Institute parts of the nation. By the timo
students across the country to Campaign of militant nonvio- May 30. races, faiths and nationalitiesin and a Free the of the large Influx of students
join thousands of America's lent action to Join us in Wash- "Students in America, both this Campaign." to be conducted during
poor in Washington, D, C. ington as soon as studies and black and white,have provided Stoney Cooks, coordinatorfor Campaign In Washington. He beginning May 27, the Campaign .
starting May 27. examinations permit," Dr. great physical, moral and intellectual Student and Campus Ac- Is also arranging for a Sum- is expected to have escalated -
Rev. Dr. Ralph DavldAber- been mer Task Force of student to a level of serious
Abernathy said. "We especially support for human tivities for SCLC,
nathy, successor toDr..Martin need students starting rights movements in the traveling around the nation to volunteers to follow through on confrontation if the National
Luther King Jr. as SCLC May 27, when we will be build- past," Dr. Abernathy contin- recruit and involve studentsand the Campaign with work on Government fails to respond
President, issued the call here ing up our demonstrations and ued. "It was students who were the campus in the Poor poverty and racial problemsthis adequately to poor people's
as he and 100 poor people and preparing for a great March on the shock troops through the People's C a m p a i n g, Mr. summer. needs.

,/ .. . "" 1 . Free Course Offered

. ...;. . Culturetheir JAMES W. MATTHEWS,
Here in Negro
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.;: ". .j" ":.:," Negro people made to Ameri- Church of the Incarnation has
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i \; : . ;:j1 :' ca's cultural heritage in art, requested the Miami-Dade

.Ad" .. T J ... in music, in literature, etc? junior College, through their
; Community Services Division, Cordially invite the public to their
r.. 'ff;
I 1- Dade Junior
: The M a m
; : t "' "".';'0:.." to offer a non-creditcoursein Open House
-' :;, : < College and the Church of the
. ,. Negro Culture. It is free of
' "..: '.' : >. : ; Incarnation are sponsoring a
't '.\' ,. charge and will last for six
1 six weeks non-credit
.. course,
t - : .l........ '.J'.J'i.C open to the entire public,to answer weeks. Sunday, May 5, 1968 2:00: p.m. to,5, p.m.

just this question. Clas-
Cu1de I ses begin this eveningThursday ( 1'\\\ f>>
May 2nd)from 7:30 to 9:30: missioner at the Law Offices of
r at 1749 NW 54th Street.

Many contributions in the 5022 NW 7th Avenue, Miami, Florida
arts have been made throughthe
centuries by Negroes;
however until recently these

a have by-in-large been excluded Jifdjefifltfito
: from our schooltextbooks.
w Negro artists have been unrecognized -
and thus our tra- eel .
dition has been deprived of
much of its nobility.

TRAVEL MATE:The 1968 Mobil Travel Guide with In an effort to bring know- ODELLJOHNStd.
listings and ratings of over 23,000 dining and lodging ledge and enlightenment to the Iel. Adv. '
;Piiltuw; ;P!
facilities throughout the U. S. is
now available/ at Mobil many who might be ignorant of
stations and bookstores. The guide, printed in seven -
regional editions, is a handy edition to the traveler's
kit bag. In addition to listing and quality-rating restau- ATTORNEY GENERAL

rants, motels, hotels, resorts and cafeterias, the Mobil
Travel Guide lists thousands of places to see 'while
traveling and gives valuable travel advice. Each volum e
contains 'money saving guest certificates good for dis. Earl Faircloth I
count admission tickets at a number of popular tourist ... ,
attractions. .11"\.,, -

Omega Showcase At Jackson

Saturday.. AfternoonThe United States Senate

Captain Samuel R. ste- participants are: Allison
wart, the Brother Terry B. Clarke, James Seymour,
Parker Memorial wards,and Charles Fortson,Keith Tynes,
the Benny L. Berry Award Louis Johnson, Don Jennings,
will be presented to the three Leslie Thomas,Velma Kelley, -

winners of the Omega Show- Sonya Bethel, Linda Robinson, .' ..:.
case when the 1968 edition is Dwight Hinton, Juanita Desba- U. P U LL :" ...., '
presented Saturday, May 4, zior, Carol Wright, and Law- :" i1
2:30 p.m. in the auditorium of rence Wright. Senior students (
Miami Jacks on Senior High from Miami Northwestern also -
School. will appear.A .
The talent hunt, which is a Sing-a-long for the younger -
national project of the frater- set will be conducted as a
nity, provides an opportunity part of the program.This pro- LEVER : ;
for young people to display vides everyone an opportunityto .
their talents on the local,dis- participate.For ,
trict and national levels. an afternoon of unusual
Among past winners are musical entertainment the entire As
Sandra Fox, Aurora Griffen, family is urged to attend K :
and Christine Sutton. Miss Fox the performance.
who represented the local Tickets may be purchasedfrom 1-D :. ,
chapter at Tuskegee Institute, members of the chapterand :.r',.:: .

is presently studying voice at in the local schools. You ,: :... . .
a, New York Conservatory. must circle this date on your -
Included among this years musical calendar. ,

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LCCC To ParticipateIn Earl Faircloth


The Liberty City Community Department for two years.She .
Council has been chosen also worked. in the EOPI Probe if_
one of the 23 community orgram for six months, and was
ganizing projects in the nation asked to Join the LCC where sq
taking part in the training proshe organized the powerfulject.
Mrs. Bertha Cochran, Welfare Mothers Delegation '
assistant director of.the Liberty and was a key element in the
City Community Council organizing of the rent strikes.
was selected to attend the six b Kq
Mrs. Cochran stated that 'S
week long course la California -
Wisconsin, and Ohio. "now more than.ever before _
the Negro Community must be !
Mrs. Cockran is a native, organized if w are locate
Miamian who prior to joining those benefits under the,Civil
the staff of LCCC worked In, Rights Acts of.64 through'67,
the school system as a substitute and get new laws written not -J Pd. PoI.Advt.

teacher, and was a recreation only from Congress,,but the _
leader for the Dade County aa4 State Legislature _
County Parks and Recreation also.*'

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4 Suspects Captured ,Y

After an 80-mite an hour gunfight $5,000 early in May.
on Interstate 95, four of Police said a fifth suspectwho Shot in the chest duringthe
five robbery suspects were escaped through thick underbrush rolling gunfight with a
captured and lodged in Dade along '1-95 Friday; Hollywood supermarket manager -
County Jail Saturday was still at large. after the robbery,' Hol- ,
The four were charged with The suspects, Jerome Hol- land was in fair condition in / ,
assault with intent to commit land, 17, Richard and Ray Jackson Memorial Hospital's 1rb i
first degree murder and were Adam:, 20, and his brother, prison ward. Miami police r r 1 kf
to be charged with armod rob Richard 21, and Howard John said he was wanted on armed 'f'r' (,
bery by Hollywood police Monday son, 22, will be arraigned !inJustice robbery and Jail break
Bond on each was set at of the Peace Court charges.
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I New Training Classes To Begin May 2'0"- ., kP M d J w,

Manpower Development and cal circuits with small hand Parsons interested are ask ,
Training (MDTA) announcesthe and power tools. ed to call the Miami Oppor r
start of two new classesin Those taking the Electrical tunity center of the Florida a ,
C h a s s i s Assemblers and Appliance Servicemen course State Employment Service,
Electrical Appliance Servicemen will learn to repair large electrical 377-2411, or come in 245 SE 8
May 20. appliances. It is possi First Street !in the Plaza ,
The Chassis Assemblers ble to earn while, you learn Building. This might be Just I
course will teach how to assemble depending on family and dependents the training you want, so for ".' rI
electronic equipmentand from $20 to $55 a more detailed information, {I w w :,';
connect parts of electri week. contact the above office.

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Big Brothers Fourth Annual Dance Festival 1 Sunday 1

Dr. Edwurd J, Braynon,Jr,
was elected First Vice-District Invite Men
"The Best of
Representative for the Broadway'will ior High School, 751 Dove Ave in front of fire hydrant: De-
the theme
of the Dance
nue Miami
Seventh District of Omega Psi Springs. loves Wright, Share Odom,
To sponsored by the
Phi Fraterlty, Inc., when it .'... ,' ,' t Meeting Metropolitan Dade County Ley trice Burney, Andrea
convened recently in Mobile, r ' = Park and Thisatternoon of music, Sweeting, Dlania Rozierand
Alabama.Dr. The Big Brothers of Greater Recreation Department dance, colorful costums and Vernonica West.The girls !
Braynon steered the local yf ? Miami are holding a meet- feature. The music revue will scenery has been directed, from Richmond Park will ;
Sigma Alpha chapter for Mr d ing Thursday, May 2,7:30p.m. children from the choreographed and designedby dance a Jazz number from
five, years as its baslleus be- ,4 at Primary School "C," 757 Dade many recreation centers of the Dance Specialists and "West Side Story" in the best
for his election to the position NW 66th St. from five County in Highlights Supervisors of this Recrea- of Broadway. This dance
of Florida State Rspresenta- Broadway tion Staff along with the coop choreographed by Holly Sim-
The of the together Shows., Kismet, Oklahoma
flue, a capacity in which he purpose get- eration of the participating onds, dance specialist with
served for four years. r .1' is for Interested men West Side Story, The children i and their parents. Dade County Park and recreation
to meet some of the Dolphin Sound Of Music, and LI'1 Ab- Admission to "The Best Of department
Dr. Braynon has been instrumental / players, to see films of the ner. Curtain will go up at 300; Broadway" is free to the pub-
in developing and highlights of last season's p.m. on May 5, in the auditor-
promoting well organizedcivic FJU -: ,, .senta games, and to hear a short talk ium of the Miami Springs Sen- lic.Clockwise from girl sitting photo by Chris Christman.
social and cultural programs about Big Brothers. .

for the chapter as ex Brothers of Omega salute $100,000 Journalism Scholarships I
perienced by the local community "Brother Ed" upon his elec. T r e s powell and Kelly C. .
Wilson chatrmr n of
are co
tion to this highly contested A Journalism scholarship $100,000 to the new fund." Negro enrollment is slightlyover
this and it is hoped
position program, program for Negroes was pro The late Col. McCormick, one per cent.
METRO that through this interestingand
posed Tuesday in NewYorkby editor and publisher of the
Upon his election to this position enjoyable meeting i more, J., Howard Wood, president of Chicago: Tribune, establishedthe "Some of the professorssaid +, i
missioner he will serve the four,, Negro 'men,,will become involved ..'. the American Newspaper Pub trust by his will. Wood is all of the educational facilities \
in the program so that
states comprising the seventh lishers Association. chair man of the board and publisher were available and that 1'I
district: Florida, Georgia, the organization may serve a Wood said he had been"au of the Tribune. there were plenty of Jobs for
number boyswithlnthe
Alabama and Mississippi. greater thorized by my fellow trustees A recent survey of journa- Negroes but they may not have
Negro community. of the Robert E. i McCormick lism schools IntheUnited been motivated to enter Jour-

Charitable Trust to offer States showed, Wood said,that nalism," Wood said,

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15th Av..,Miami, Flo.33147-Phon. 691.0421H. By

E. SICISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher,
GARTH C., REEVES, Managing Editor
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STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor

; National Advertising Roprosontativo
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Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Past
i Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Last year's riot coverage
i and a bare smattering of
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The and stations made a sincere
NEGRO PRESS .believes that America can best lead
the world from racial and national antageftTim whan it accords small number of ;people la
I ( to every man recerdlese of hit race, creed or color his human that wild rumors had no basis :
end legal ,Ip'.. Hettnf no man, leering no month. Near
r Press strives te help every man In the firm belief men The Negro-oriented press
r .ere hurt .. lenf .. anyone Is held keck. serve credit for a fine job

programming aacI broadeasted
{ killing dangerous ramors abort [ )
1tliditor'! Ntebuuh Other stations tamed over

telephone calls oa the air,
steam on the phone: instead of

set a fine example for
Rev. Ralph Abernathy, successor to the late Dr. Martin
stations that tried to keep in !
Luther King led the "PoorPeOple's"marchtoWuI11DgtOD on
obviously didn't know how to.
Tuesday and made a plea for Congress to create a minimum,
their good intentions
of two million Jobs for the bard core unemployed."We .
one of the most rigidly
need those Jobs badly; we need them now; we need ,
money in our pockets to be able to bold lIP our heads," said A recent survey of 300
Abernathy. "We cannot, we will not continue this way." they employed only 147 Negro
"We hope that the Congress will realize that the Negro .. out of three said they wouldn't )
the black man ft- has been waiting 350 years, and I don't thinkwe so that they could train Negroes
.can be expected to wait forever for something that was vision stations aren't any better
guaranteed us 1 by the Constitution," said Abernathy, fibe advertising industry.
i, An Indian mother of 11,sobbing,told fee Senate ,Panel: "Too I recently counted the ads in
7 many'of our people are out of Jobs;It's Just a miracle we keep ilnes (n America. There were
[ } alive. Our meabreaklbeirhealfBpitchlnghaytwo cents a bale. total of about 160 models. Not a

!4 "We are going to come and stay until Congress does something all too typical of the way the &
v about poverty in this country." sons out of Negro citizens. And

ghetto, too. :
The communications industry i
| AN UNRESTFUL WORLD of the ghetto, and they go out

I( There is no question about unrest in toe Unites States. We and Microphones front of a n

:I have our full share. But this distemper,if we may term it fbatIi treme to say. I suppose this
way, is all over the universe. To mention a few;' ple, but its a strange way to get
to Bermuda Negro demonstrators marched while the Governor to the majority of Negro
dissolved Bermuda's Parliament, preparing for the first The white press Just isn't
Ii election under universal suffrage in 300 years.A new election Negro citizens mink and feel.
comes off on May 22 when there will be a change to one man, National Advisory Commission
one vote. Hitherto, property owners had two votes each. press: "They have not b.i'1
Negroes called their march "uassurtv' camnaLm. Grouns audience .. which is white .

of three's went all over the island, chanting"police brutality misery and hopelessness of life ( ;
must stop now. We are living in a society not a Jungle." That's why when a poll
Americans and other tourists were confined to their hotels Negroes are moving too fast
during those hours. "yes." But when they asked I

While the governor was speaking, demonstrators marched said; "no, we aren't moving fast
around the Colonial Secretariat and there were armed troopsof Those results indicate how
the Bermuda Regiment in the grounds which were locked tween the races Is.The sweeping
and barred to the demonstrators. effort needed to do away with

The governor said he hoped they would not have to be used so lone as white Americans cling
to maintain order. groes are making fast progress.
The communications industry
DR. KING'S TEN COMMANDMENTS ON VIETNAM across to people better than they
have to come right out in the
,I The widow of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., in her address tional campaign: to wipe out

at New York's Central Park anti-war rally Saturday, at improving their hiring policies,
I New York's Central Park anti-war rally Saturday, read Ten cans that the nation's top priority
I, Commandments on Vietnam,which she said was written by him ban not which is threatening our
to be delivered at the rally. They were; ciety,
"THOU SHALT NOT believe in a military victory. The Commission's Report
"THOU SHALT NOT believe in
a political victory. cause of our troubles. rYe been
"THOU SHALT NOT believe that the Vietnamese love us. Negroes have been studied too
"THOU SHALT NOT believe that the Saigon government judice and racism that now
the of the
support people. Our communications media .-
"THOU SHALT NOT believe that the majority of too South dio, and television are the ; "
Vietnamese look the Viet ter
upon Cong as orLsts. fort to change toe thinking of
"THOU SHALT NOT believe the figure of killed enemiesor ferent to equality for
killed Americans., rid themselves of their Negro inability ) '

"THOU SHALT NOr believe that the generals know best. gap between the races.
"THOU SHALT NOT believe that the enemy's victory means

"THOU SHALT NOT believe that the world supports the
United States. I PUN
"THOU SHALT NOT kill." ; I IThat.


I" On Monday aa atheist' 'i ;t-II-b.tt1; ; prohibit display .!0 U d noise yon hear

of a Christmas Cross on Dade County's Courthouse. We believe b'om'tbt striking telephone
this was a pleasing decision to at least the majority of workers has a familiar ring. !
Dade County citizens They're striking Bell.

We have enjoyed seeing this decoration fot> the past 13 years, These workers are on strike
and it in some way, adds to our Christmas festivities. because they claim the amount
The objector is Mr.Ntshan Paul, who believes the cross is a received for their labors is too
religious symbol and cannot constitutionally be displayed by little. They look at their

government or on a public building checks and say "Wrong number
The United States Supreme Court refused to hear Mr. Paul's ." I
appeal against the ruling of a Florida District Court of Appeals' The : I
decision. telephone company has !!:
not as with
yet corns up an answer : I
possibly because feels
their employees are re-bell- ?
Tuesday at Columbia University, New York, demonstrators ious.
ran into difficulty when more than 200 were injured and
I see where the Big Three ,
638 arrestod Also injured were 15 police off cers.One of them
motor companies (G. M., Ford
was hospitalized a heart attack. j and <
Chrysler) are recalling
The demonstration begin April 23
as protest over construction 117,000 vehicles for possible of
o f a gym adjacent to Harlem had fadded into one of
dangerous defects.So when
rebellion against Columbia's disciplinary procedures after
are we going to call in our de- !
the students won initial concessions.

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Dr. Martin Luther King's successor, the Reverend RalphD. BLAME HIM- THE CHOPPING
Abernathy, has opened In Washington: this week the poor
people's campaign. The drive has produced considerable stir .4 OF THE Hfjt view PEARSON .
-iDS Mr pvsr
among poor. Hr
Dr. King had planned to bring 3,000 of them to Washington, i"'OG9 h Y1I

but a great many more are planning to coma because of the .
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murder of the civil rights leader. -A.-f 1S u LJ

In Durham, N.C.,a Negro leader offered 1,500 persons from ore .:
that city alone. From California comes report that about 1,000 S V4' ..'

Mexican-Americans are planning to trek to the nation's capi- # c 1

tal. And there is evidence that a large number of Apalachian -4.. ij O ,

whites! are expected to be there, too. Otk\\

Those in charge of this campaign are convinced that thereis o

a prospect of major new legislation from the Congress be-

cause of the sympathetic reaction to Dr. King's death and aso)

a greater awareness of how bad' the poor's plight really is. c' '2' QOG
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored ,1 r t04,

People, which was somowhat cool to Dr. King's poor people's 4ey

march to Washington, seems aroused to becomo interested in GVso do4Q . ".

the campaign. Other civil rights organizations are now manifesting !

more interest in the march, since the King's assassination + \
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The Southern Christian Leadership Conference, which Dr, ,

King headed, is receiving advice from many other organiza- 0ti4 aotR 1I

tions in regard to the march. ... \
Among those leaders advising SCIC are Bayard Rustin of T'ON' ML1N '

New York, who engineered the 1963.march to Washington, and / AL SERVICES :
the Reverend Wyatt Tee Walker of New York,a brilliant King's fEG I
disciple, a key organizer of the SCIC drives in Birminghamand LW ? MILLION
elsewhere. Y '
On Munday 100 men and women, including the poor visited I
Congressional leaders and the Johnson administration officials '

to mike an inital appeal for "Job or income for all." THIS IS NOT THE WAY TO PREVENT THE "LONG,. HOT SUMMER"-, .

If they receive no response that's favorable, the plans are

to have the construction of a shanty town on the Mall on May ..

13. These shacks will be symbolic of the,Negro's economic t4' M IC I fli I l O\fI\fI(
plight. This village will house those arriving on May 16 to 18, Bayard :
in caravans from the South, Mid-west and Northeast.The OPPORTUNITY() () Legal r' v

major demonstration are scheduled to begin on Miy 20, BM BBi "OBI

and a massive march similar to the 1963protest is set for 10 ja Services Rustin

days later. Dr. King's loyal aide, who.was with him wen he "

was shot, the Reverend Andrew Young, has been heard to say, _, BY: Leo Adderly, t
"Listen, we don't have a cutoff date,but I figure that by the end Center Attornei
of June we will have gotten some response or all of us will be L Speaks
in jail. .
There are 3,000 recruits for the job.And workshops in non- Truth In Lending LawSoon - - - ------ -

violent techniques began in March. They will be committed to

the probability of jail sentences. Not just for one offense but 4, Precedents and Priorities "

for the many the y may feel morally. compelled commit to
' to be enacted Into law 1&the So-called TruthInLending -
force, Congress to act. Economists constantly remind us that the United States is l
recently h'duses of : It is the
Bill passed by'both Congress.
Goingto jail is nothing new to civil rights demonstrators, now passing through its seventh consecutive year of "unpre
as they are willing to disrupt the normal activities of a city. single most. important piece of legislation passed in recent cedented prosperity." Yet, 1968 is still a year in which near-

This is what they did successfully in Montgomery Birmington years to protect the consumer public from unconscionablecredit ly 3.5 million people unemployed; which 30 million people
schemes and practices. The primary purpose of the proposed
and Selma are poverty-stricken; which 14%of young people betweenthe
Dr. King's followers who have planned this poor people's law is to provide the buyer with;he necessary facts one ages of 16 and 21 cannot find work; and In which our slums
must have in order to be able to use credit in an informed
march have said that when they, together with Dr. King, began and Inner cites are constantly getting worse.It .
discussing the march to Washington last fall they expectedthat manner.:
is also the year inwhich Dr. Martin Luther King was plan-
there would be opposition from the timid supplicants and
Whether we want to admit it or not, most of us, as consum- ning his massive poor people's demonstrations in Washington;
from the ultramilitants. ers, do not understand the credit terms when we enter into a the year in which he paid the supreme sacrifice for continuing
King's men are saying now, "Inasense, you could say that
the struggle to win economic dignity for millions of black
The Harris Poll recently credit transaction. This Is usually not the fault of the buyer.
we are waging a consensus fight. Americans.
The creditor purposely makes it so. For this reason the over-
want to
showed that 68 per cent of the poor people a program
Nothing has so dramatized the indifference of
all purpose of this proposed law fills a vital need.
to who wants to work and 64 cent
supply jobs everyone per
our society, or the unprecedented plight of the poor people in
want slums eradicated and rebuilt by the people of the com-
The Truth-In-Lending Law will operate basically as follows.In our society, as the tragic death of Dr. King. And his murder
munity--which means a great many new jobs. all consumer transactions the seller, or lender will be required now poses the nation with the great question of whether or not
In a speech this writer heard Dr. King make in Phlladephla
to inform the it Is going to act on a massive employment program as the
buyer, or borrower,of the full amount of
and this is what he
a few years ago. He discussed the poor, first
involved in the transaction the highest priority for the next American decade.
money including principal
said about the parable of the rich man and the beggar Lazarus,
"Lazarus had not gone to heaven simply because he was poor, amount and all extra costs added for the purpose of financingthe Dr. King's death, as we have seen,has polarized the societyin

nor the rich nun to hell because he was rich. No, the rich man transaction. Further, 'these facts about the credit trans- a way it has never been before. Those who previously believed -

was punished because he passed Lazarus every day and did not action must be'stated in terms that are understandable to the in violence are even more violent now. And those who

see him. And I tell you if this country does not see its poor, buyer, then translated al "i Into an annual percentage rate. Exempt were committed to democratic political strategies to bring

if it lets them remain in their poverty and misery, it will sure- from the annual percentage rate provision of the law are about social change are even stronger in their commitmentnow.

ly go to hell" revolving charge accounts and credit transactions where the .
amount of the credit involved is less than 10000. The law The question is which of these two tendencies will prevail.We .
As this is being written, Abernathy has already begun the
drive, and has arrived in Washington with representatives of compels the creditor to make these disclosures so the buyercan cannot, by any means, be certain. But the issue may well
Ricans MexicanAmericans compare one set of credit costs with another on a rate be determined by the readiness willingness of the Federal
the poor, Negroes, whites, Puerto -
out for "the most basis as well as a dollar-and-cents basis. The disclosure of Government to enact the kind of massive economic legislation
and Indians, to carry Dr. King's plans
militant, nonviolent direct action in the country's history' annual rate requirement is extremely Important to the buyer which will stand as a vindication to those Negro leaders and
because it educates him. It allows him to make an informed organizations who remain committed to democratic and nonviolent -
What will President Johnson do in regard to the forthcomingpoor
re-election judgment as to whether to choose one offer of credit over another social change.
people's march on WashingtonHeisnotfor ,
not enter into the transaction at
and therefore, will issue only rhetoric, words, words. or Only the Federal Government can make the crucial difference -

The President has taken no action to initiate the new programs In addition to the Truth-In-Lendingand Truth-In-Credit for no city or state in the nation has enough financialand
that are required to remove the causes of urbanun- other resources to provide needed jobs and social ser-
""""- vertising provisions of the law, it will specifically restruct
vices for the hard-core
rest. garnishment of wages and set up a National Commission on poor.
Said the New York Times "So far-- and the houris
Consumer Finances. The garnishment provision is important Ultimately, it Is not the Negro leaders, the city and state
very late -- Mr. Johnson appears more inclined to read the because Congress has found that this is the greatest single governments, or the police who will determine whether we

Riot Act than to respond to' the positive recommendations' of pressure forcing wage earners Into bankruptcy. The effect of shall have civil order in our society or whether it shall be torn

his own Riot Commission this legislation will be invaluable to the community in generaland apart. That power and that responsibility lie with the Federal
is it that the of riots stealing looting arsons
Why causes to the poor specifically.This government.
are ignored by the white power structure in most instances. In

fact, there are Negroes who believe that bigots and racists law, while requiring creditors to be more honest in That is why I would urge upon the Congress the vital neces-

(and there are a large numherofhiddenones) want to see Ne- credit advertising and in starting finance charges, should not sity of passing the O'Hara Bill now pending before it. It is a

groes riot, loot,and set fires to buildings, so that they can have be feared by the credit industry. Because the law does not seekto Bill that calls for the creation of millions of new jobs now, the

excuses for their discriminatory practices against Negroes regulate the credit industry nor does it impose limits on updating and creating of new services now, and making the poor

seeking Jobs and decent places to live. credit charges. It does,however, aim to give the buyer and/or and unemployed productive and dignified members of our so-
The findings of the President's Commission on Civil Dis- borrower the information he should have in order to make an ciety. For the Congress to pass such a Bill would be an act

orders should be heeded. The Commission acknowledged that Intelligent purchase.MERCHANTS. reflecting unprecedented awareness of our national crisis.And
significant beginnings have been nude: In the critical fields of right now that is the kind of precedent that would please not

jobs, housing, and education. But after viewing the horror of just a part but the whole! of our society.

the slums, where the looting and fires are found, the Commission -
WHO ADVERTISE IN THE Such a step would not take us the entire journey to social
came to the conclusion that these programs must be massively -
and economic justice and civil peace,but it is an indispensablefirst
expanded to meet urgent needs of the poor.In MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY step.
the Miami area, what is needed in not threatening wordsto ,
shoot down Negro looters, but a peaceful,nonviolent march: APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. And all citizens who mean what theypreachabout economic

on Flagler Street by Negroes and whites, with banners saying, THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE justice as one of the highest priorities inour country have no

"Citizens should I be preferred to refugees when it comas to PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM! other duty but to urge their congressmen to vote for the pas-

jobs and decent housing." sage of the unprecedented O'Hara Bill.r .


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Mamie Pinder and Pvt. First Class Samuel Louis Balllnger ----.
r\: were married MondaylnSt. PaulAMEChurch.Coconut, Grove. A casual dance will be sponsored by the Richmond HekMen's
and Social Club. This
.I Civic affair
.. ; The bride daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth PInder and Mr. Burton Pioneer will be heW
1' Pinder. The bridegroom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel at the Cutler 1 Ridge Amusement Center, 20239 South D'.xIe'
Ballinger, Sr. of Jacksonville. Highway, Cutler Ridge Shopping Center. The date is Saturday

Miami's gain In Charlotte, N. C. loss. Frances Henderson May 11. You may purchase a ticket from any member otthi

has moved- her mother to Miami so that they can enjoy each 4 "
-:. others company for more than Just a weekend when ..Frances club.The women of the Second Baptist Church of Richmond<
\} could get to Charlotte for a visit. t44 : Heights invites you to attend their Mother's Day Talent.Fasb.

'4 Cora Culver Hankerson and Mr.Ray Coleman were married ion Tea, Sunday, May 12, between the hours of 6-8 p.m. D.

1 on Saturday, April 27. A reception followed at the homo of the tion 100. Here you will see Fashions and talent by the you

{ bride, 1035 NW 44th Street. CAI and very young. Please come out and support this galorj

i ,, tivity.
There is a new member at the homo of Clarence and Louise The Frank C. MartinElementarySchoolwillhold its month.

Cooper of Opa-locka. He Is Dwayne Rodney, their fourth. He ly PTA meeting on May 8, in the school auditorium.

arrived Wednesday, April 17, at Mt. Sinai Hospital. Dwayne Here's Just a reminder to keep your lawns w e 11 groomed; .
t weighed In at 7 lbs 13 oz. Congratulations. For in another week the Judges will selecting the best well

I Edna M. DeVeaux and Doris C. Smith attended the International manicured lawn in Area No. 1. Area No. 1 includes from si

(I Reading Association Convention at Boston last week. 117th Avenue to Lincoln Blvd. So be alert and keep your hn

\ Bishop Henry I. Louittit's wife, Amy died last week after clean. For you may be the lucky recipient.

i' many years of Illness. A large delegation of clergy and their w _,rMARRIAGE The tour West this summer planned by the Musolite Club,
wives Journeyed to Orlando fr the final rites. promises to be one you will never forget. So make reservations .

early, by calling: Mrs. Henry, 235-1238, Mrs. Miller I

Mr. and Mrs. JoonriIeATvolene)Thomas announce the marriage 635-8885 or Mrs. Williams, 635-5257.

of their daughter,Rhonda to Mr.Alfreds. Jones, the son The tour will be a most exciting one.
of Ruth Lee and Issac Jones ANNOUNCEDMr. Exercise your power, its election time again VOTE- VOTE
After three months relaxing In the tropical climate In Florida Prior to the November 5, General'Election date will be two ]

Mrs. Florence Hyler said goodbye to relatives and friends Primary elections, falling on May 7,and May 28. All registn.
and returned to Boston. Daring her stay in Miami she was the and Mrs. Tnlrlee Smith, Wilson on March: 30th. tion books closed at 5 p.m. April,for the primaries but will I

guest of honor at a birthday dinner given by Asquith and Sr., announce the marriage of Mrs. Wilson is a former Mi- re-open on June 3, and remain open until October 5, for the
Thelnu McDonald. She also visited the Dunns Dinla.. Flor- their daughter Frederica Pa- ami debutante, a graduate of general election. The Registration books will then open again
ence is the sister of Mrs. Lillian Albury and Thelma's cou triclann to Mr. Paul Vincent Fisk University and is now a op November 11. The following offices will be filled during

Headstart teacher at the Lillie 1968: United States Senator, Representative Congress,Jus-1

sin.On Thursday, April 25, HazelJones of Opa-locka celebrated C. Evans Elementary School. tice of the Supreme Court, Judges, District Court Appeals,
her natal day with a family birthday party. She is a member Alpha State Senators, Members of the House of Representatives,

After a long visit with her sons and their families, Mrs. Kappa Alpha Sorority. School Board Members, County Commissioners, State Attor
Carrie Jones has returned to her home in Fitzgerald, Ga. The Mr. Wilson is a graduate of neys, circuit Judges. VOTE VOTE, M.iy 7th.
Jones' boys are Horace, Robert, Nathaniel, J. C. and Willis. Kentucky State College and a
Little, Yssa McDonald, entertained 65 friends on her birthday member of Omega psi Phi:

,at the home of her parents, 1928 NW 66th St. Games, dancing Fraternity. He is a teacher at I f fo"

and, ,singing were enjoyed by both children and their par- Poinciana Park Elementary
t eats'' School and the son of Mrs.

It's family reunion time for the families of Mrs. Estelle WUhelmena Kelly of this city.

Cunningham,:Alice Hall, James and placile Hall at their home Friends and relatives have

844'NW, 66th,Street, Sunday, May 5. been invited to a reception
Mrs Olive Barry will leave on Sunday to attend the graduation given in their honor on Satur-

of her.grandson, Richard Barry Marquess from'Virginia day, May 4, at 6 p.m., at the
Holiday Inn, Miami springs.
Theological Seminary.Announcements t". : ,
are in the mail telling of the May'11, mar- Ir, 'f;'
riage ,of Marcia, Francene, Henderson and the Rev Benjamin ; '. : l'

Joseph Johnson, Jr. in Raddiffe United Presbyterian Church, ..:_;. .:...
Atlanta. Marcia is the daughter of Mrs. Leroy L. (Aileen Pol- Don't wait.
. ..
tier) Henderson and the late Leroy Henderson. Marcia is also '1fNJ

the, niece of Mrs. Herman (Mlllis) Symooette.
Mrs. Inez W. Brantley announces Come fabulous fashions for
see our
Mrs Helen Marie Barbary and Eugene Williams were mar-
the engagement of her
ried Sunday In Church of the Transfiguration, Opa-locka.
daughter Patricia to AnthonyA.
Emma Ward Jetted to Chicago to attend the wedding of her MOTHER'S DAYL.
of and
Oyeshiku son Mr.
niece, Jessie Kate Lenoir and Mr. Eddie Wheeler_ ,Jr. of Chi
Mrs. E. S.
Oyeshiku, Lagos,
cago. Nigeria. The bride-elect is a
Sigma Gamma Rho hosted the "Buds of Spring," Tuesday
graduate College
evening to a special performance of "One Ten'in the Shade,' Knoxville' Tennessee. After,
at the Gaslight Playhouse.Mr. .
graduation she studied at the
and Mrs. Lester Jennings and daughters, Pamrla'and: :
University 0 f Mexico. For 21
Michelle of Long Island,N.Y.were recent visitors to our city.
months Patricia
taught English -,
They spent the Easter vacation In Jamaica, B.W.I. Enroute
Spanish and Health in
home they renewed friendships, visited relatives and relaxed -
Recife, Brazil. Presently she .
in the warm tropical climate.Among those entertaining the L Y
is Deputy Director of Boston
Jennings were the R. O. Jennings, Connie Albury the Bloom- Mass Peace Corps. Miss, r'
fields, Greenes Wards, and Daniels. 'H
Worthy is a member of DeltaSigma
Mrs. A. V. Taylor Journeyed to Darlington, S. C. to attend Theta Sorority.Mr. .
the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Eliza English.
Oyeshiku a graduateof
Congratulations to Charles and Delores Johnson.They havean
Washington State Uni-
addition to their family,a babydaugbter, Michelle Dashayne.
versity, ,Washington.He .
Mrs. Margaret Davis and sons, Keith and Mark of Jamaica,
is now associated with Be-
L. I. visiting their grandmother, Mrs. Margaret Simmons. dar and Alpers Architectual i.
Here from leather Jn the Bahamas are Mrs.Corine John-
Firm of Boston, Massachus-
son and daughters, Agatha and Edr is and her daughter-in-law, setts. Rp
Delores Johnson. All are the houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. b RL
The wedding is planned for
Simon Peter Knowles.Get .
May 25, in Boston.
well wishes to Sylvia Wallace at Mercy.

The Episcopal Church Women of the Incarnation invite you
and your friends to their Annual Mother's Day Tea, Sunday,
May 12, at 5 p.m. at the church, 1835 NW 54th Street. Three 'MOD SPRING FLING'

mothers will be honored; the mother who has the largest num- Sponsored by JESCA

ber of children; the youngest mother and the oldest mother. F Y'a
Please come and bring your families. Tuesday, May 21 at 8 p.m. { b ;,

Dade Countians making the honor roll at FA MU were; MonaE. Northwestern Auditorium p1

Bethel, Barbara Faison, Alonzo Gilbert, Cora White, MaryA. '

Beasley, Leonard Duncanson, Jimmie Lewis Wilcox,Diane

Spratling, Lewis Davis, Bettye S. Lewis, Ozene Dean, Joseph ..y
Evans (all of Miami); Hazel L. Kirkland and James E. Betterson M

Opa-locka; Rosa Newkirk, Homestead.
Saint Cecelia's Choir of St.Agnes Episcopal Church is to be i (( .fo R.) Pot, sales clerk; Dee Dee, assistant store manager;

congratulated for its splendid l i performance on last Sunday Be Connie/ store manager; and Dorothy, sales/ clerk.

evening. Soloists: Cynthia Clarke,Jacquelln Livingston, Leona PfOQEfFittcd (Fashions by Lory's of course Johnson of Miami photo)
Smilley, were simply wonderful! Lella Williams was excellentin
her interpretation of Gounod's "Prayer." Thanks to guest !

artists: Berthenia White, Marie Balaban, BertDucknun,
Harold Frantz, Elvira Dopico, and the trumpleers: Rudolph lip

Thompson and George Brown. Their renditions were delightful V W ..........1..11,
to hear. .i..t rrwt

By the time you read this Mr.and Mrs. John(Evelyn) Souter Open 9't. 9 {
will have left the city for a tour of Florida. from i to 1N. 14 L RY'g Sizes 3-20

Here for the funeral of their mother, Mrs.Sarah Wynn, who :
passed, April 21, are: Mrs Olga Wicks daughters Candy TR 9-4131 .

of New York, N.Y. and brother Howard Wyman of Staten 1" LORY'S FASHION SHOPS EVERYWHERE!
tffiMt . ,.
No "'AVt" "
Island, N. Y. Mr. Vlrich Mortimore of Nassau Bahamas and : ; "
:p : ;.! .,. 11 : 6112 NW 1th.
Mrs. Rhona Major of Nassau. ; o. .' AVENUE. (EDISON CENTER, )

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.') Dear Editor:

,1 On April 26, I was one of the many people embarrassed by ,
the crass, coarse attitude of the man on the door at the Kappa
Alpha Psi Fraternity's Black and White Ball.I .
understand that he was given the responsibility of screen-
BY STANLEY"SWEETS" SWEETING ing people ,as to whether or not they met the dross requirements -
listed on the Invitation. These requirements listed for-
LINE-O-TYPE mal attire either in black, white or black and white. I wore a t\
long white formal which met all the stated requirements and I
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: State prexy of Elks William O. upon entering the door, the doorman, a gentleman (and I use 1 .
Perry re-elected for the eighth consecutive time during the the term loosely) by the name AlvlnSmlth immediately proceeded )
Antlered Herd's 44th annual state conclave f 7 ; '.3 Jj to proclaim ma as being unfit to enter the dance. He
held In Clearwater. Springtime Lodge and 4 yelled at me, asking me if I could read; he told me to get out
Temple hosted the meet. . Former Dade "I," of the door. He carried on in such a tirade of speech that I was 1,

County deputy Harold Jones proud owner of ..... .,, i dumbfounded. I suffered these indignities merely because my -
sparkling gold trophy awarded him by E EGA white formal had a pink fringe around the neck. Women in sil-
of the Doral Country Club of Miami for 1968 r 4 NV ver dresses, gray dresses, miniskirts am what have you were
. The A ME throng of followers are laying a >f admitted without being subjected to this type ofembirrass-:
odds that Greater Bethel's "favorite son" ment.
Rev. S. A. Cousin's third attempt at the L, I am outraged that an outstanding fraternity such as Kappa I
Bishopric during the Methodist conclave in Alpha Psi would permit such an individual to serve as an arbiter I
Pbilly will surely send him home a winner. roe of what is good taste in dress at their ball. I think that the I,
local chapter should be censured for its obvious knowledge of ;
NOTES ON A NAPKIN Did Dr Howard A. Hadley, Jr. the these practices. Greek letter organizations should seek to Im- \
medico, giftedhls missus-to-be,beauteous ElonaHarmon,that prove their public image,not degrade it. \
sleek 1968 white Mustang she struts ? ? ? B.O.A.C. travel I was crushed! by the rudeness displayed by Mr. Smith. He ,j
agency clerk of Nassau Joan Bullard in town and tells us that CYPRESS GARDENS. Popular recording star VikkiCarr certainly could have given me! direction without humiliating me.
she has her sights set on an overseas flight to London... will be I understand that he is a member of the Miami Police Depart ;'
a guest celebrity on an NBC one-hour color special
Hazel R. Grant's ex Benny(Prez)Grant died In New York City "Johnny Carson Discovers Cypress Gardens," featuring Tonight ment. If so, :he is certainly not one of "Miami's Finest." .
. Ex Harlem'copper'and former manager of Liberty City's host, Johnny Carson. Some members of the fraternity tried unsuccessfully to helpme 1
Cotton Club nitery Connie Farmer now a plainclothes security Miss Carr,who owes part other rise to fame to appearanceson but the Polenurch would not cooperate.Finally,the door-
guard at Downtown Burdines. Carson's nighttime show, will sing two songs for the spec- man permitted me to enter provided I put my white wrap on.
After which he stated,"If youi don't keep the wrap on, Pll haveto
' ial program which will be taped the first week of May at Cy-
SALT WATER TAFFY: UthefollowingBahamianWorldWarNo.1 press Gardens., come and snatch you out of there." j
veterans would contact Charles C.North, the Notary Her first song in the special will be"Lazy Day." It will be The entire dance was handled in an utterly tactless and undiplomatic ;
Public at 1104 Northwest Third Avenue, they could make arrangements taped as she rides through the Gardens in a canoe. fashion. The slogan displayed was: "Welcome to
to pick up their belated pension checks:Rod tay- The other song will be, "Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You." this Evening of Enchantment" To me and quite a few others it
lor, Jacob Dean, Charley ice,Charley Thompson,Henry It will be sung while a montage of Carson water skiing is shownon was an evening of disenchantment.
Roach, Henry(Giant) Strachan and Johnny John son among the screen. Mrs. Carrie Davis Meek
itemed here inform other Service buddies to
others. Those can
Miss Carr first gained national popularity with her record-
likewise make the contact, identify themselves with the proper ing of "It Must Be Him.

credentials and collect a fairly tidy sum. That song, coupled with, "The Lesson," have made her one
of the best selling record artists in the world. G!
THE WEEK'S WASH: Shifting in 2nd Gear:Will Mays senior
high principal Earl Wells go on that Sabbatical leave ? ? ?And _
will Northwestern senior high principalSamuelCohenreplaceWells i
at Mays (during the interim) ? ? ? And is there an ofay Negro Racial Pride Creates Dandruff ,
principal being groomed to sit in at Northwestern for Cohen Itching ScalpThinningHair
? ? ? I don't think so but I'm only asking . Look for Downtown Change In Doll Industry
Hartley's to shutter within a month's time.When they do -* ,
their' No. 2 store out in Northslde Shopping Center ((79th at
The growing sense of racial Mr. Goldschmidt said that :rl..r:7 S7 "
27th) will then become -No.1. ..1/. '.. pride by American Negroes is the l\e g r 0 population buys .IdJ ;):zI ..... ,
being In an unlikely more dolls in proportion to its I' \r Ti
f*..SCRATCH BACK: The Business and Professional Women reflected I ,+
will meet in their regional 2-day conclave at the Seville source--the doll industry. numbers than any other seg- 3i I I71 I I
ment of the American population -
'hotel on Miami Beach Friday and Saturday. A huge banquet .
,will climax the meet on Saturday.. David Butler self-styled According to Leo Goldsch- Je fllIlJ l'AFF RElIEF IdIT "
Reverend' beaming over the visit of his former Navy boss and midt, president of Skippy Doll
'friend' during World War No. 2. Admiral (ret) J. L. Herhilyand Corp., Long Island City, one He explained: "Many Negro
of the n a t1 i 0 n's leading doll parents are aware that thereis
the missus of San Jose,Cal arrived in town from Ft. Lauderdale -
(enroute on a world tour) and extended a welcome;hand companies, some 25% of hisfirm's little in children's tele- DEEP PENETRATING
total production is de- vision or publishing that a Negro -
and big fat hellos to Butler.
voted to dolls with Negro skin child t can identify with.

STUFF AND SUCH: There are loads of comments I could tones. This figure was less
make regarding the many candidates up for office but that is than 10% ten years ago, he This is a predominantly white
not my department. But I will tell you that I heard the Char- said. society and though some pro-
mettes are backing Zeke Burroughs to the hilt for a seat on the gress has been made: mass
Dade County School Board .. That a public relations man Is He said that Negro dolls are communications is still not SATISFACTION GUARANTEEO-OR MONEY RACK
simi- serving the Negro. Ne-* Sobrotol Laboratories, P.O. Box 62, N.W. Branch
eager to put Judge Morriss Wolfe in a Metro Commission seat of two types-- dolls with young
and features as their gro parents are aware of this 6915861Mr. Albert Abrams, National Representative
and thinks that Willington Rolle is a standout. . That Ronald lar hair
Young has been campaigning like mad fora seat in the House of regular line, and dolls with and find that dolls help their
Representatives. ethnic features and "natural"hair. children develop pride in their
SWEETS TREATS: Pioneer rooming house mistress Mrs HARVEYSWIGS
Evelyn Robinson passed.Tonsorial artist Joe Ptnder ailingIn
Jackson Memorial. ..The Uriah(Yvonne) Dsleveaux' cele- '
brated their 44th wedding anniversary April 19 . Marvin : 1 .t'R r WF
and eternal duo after their nuptial vows / ;' .
Yates Faye Hardy an 4, '
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Monday (April 29)) % Mrs Laura m f 1th confined to Mount .; .
Sinai with a stroke . The Alphonso (Gussie) Irvins are In- 'tt C"H"v'SC': '
fanticipating their first. ( :i ( $:; Day

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MIAMI MUSINGS: That ofay mustachioed hipster buzzing aheavily \' ( 'ild R
-m1 scaraed Negro doll on East Flagler the other postmEridian i" r
while downtown shoppers filed by noticing but leav- '"E I .;l1" ,." " Parade ofFashion'FASHIONS
ing them unmolested . Tile'doU' was blinking her approvalor t';
disapproval but 01' Hot Shot continued pleadings,kisserto / :
kisser,while Our Heroine couldn't care less. . She had just 'jii; ff I ; BY :

left her job, was tired and wanted the bus to hurry along. 'U$ '.' .... Patricia's, Inc.

YOURS The Larry (Carolyn) Towu- UD-811IB, 'p'. ; '. ... ,'.' East Coast Tailors
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sends daughter is expecting a little play rate . Elijah and ' . QkPtJ'I t "I !C" Harvey's WigsENTERTAINMENT
Marie McKinney's daughter, Mrs WJllle (Paulette) Kitchell's ... . ,'' :
Mount Sinai Easter Sunday arrival was a girl. Jams (Bus- GUARANTEED: .to: WW YOUR :coHinTldiiJshigMpto&k .. :
ter) Collie Is headed for Alexandria Bay, N. Y. for the sum YOUII".O"nB: QK ... FRANK WILLIAMS AND THE ROCKETEERSWITH
mer . .20th street be 4-lane . Thonuslna Walker-Lind- :C.cilt ,
sey newly-elected secretary Classroom Teachers Assoc, LITTLE BEAVERAL
tion. John Pinckney remains as CTA treasurer . That's it ,:i'' "' ,' '., II"IR'I : & JACKIE "THE DOG TWINS"MR.
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brother from your one-nun-newspaper who knows everybodyand : \\I\\.' < PERCOLATOR
everybody's racket but who is allways giving some poor :: td"t'o h Jp ref .fd d.' g Qwth LA-FRENCH

sucker a break! .
jiittf JChW Jttlfle and .Fallfoq i Hajr. AiWoN: :; apo r : .'oribequtx .. '- First Come Get the Best Table

: ; :,iolon. or,.drug;:itprpi,;i'i" {" ; ,.: : .;. /; FREE GIFT TO THE LUCKY TICKET

YKoJiJIfW1E= .: : 'A. '.<. 'MQntft'SupplY'. . .Qnlt. ." ',$.1'.50...' : .. HOLDER. WIG 'VALUE TO $125.00. A FALL


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iM.. Jackie Robinson Delays S.D.A. Union Academy pre- world was at the famous Fon.
t'iit sents the Samueletes In con- tainbleau on Miami Beach
cert Sunday, May 5, at Miami The Samueletes are group
I Nassau Hotel ConstructionJackie Northwestern Sr. High School, of young,people who have dedi-
at 4 p.m. cated their voices to the sing.
, { Robinson, former 10 election victory. ing of the finer music. They
American baseball star, said Robinson,49, one of the men The Samueletes are directed are well kown in and around
I that dropping Labor Minister who helped get: backing for the by the former Lord Count Miami for their close har
i r Randol Fawkes may have delayed PLP in the United States before Mr. Samuel I Adolphus. Mr. mony. With dignity and poise

F a multi-million dollar the January, 1967, gen- Adolphus has appeared at they hold theiraudiences
q hotel construction plan he anda eral election, said: "I have places 0 frenoun in most of the spellbound.Mr. .

group of associates plannedto been shocked and disappointedby United State and several Adolphus, "Lord
-< propose to the Bahamas his dismissal.Withouthim, foreign countries. One of his Count," both plays and arranges -
Government. the PLP might not have beenin latest performances before the music for the

Identifying his associates as government today. giving up the entertainment group
a giant midwestern insurance The investment firm may
firm Robinson said he was put the plan I before Bahamas
speaking of the failure of the Premier Lynden Pindling at
PLP to reappoint Fawkes as some future date, Robison

Labor Minister after itsApril said. holiday innas.sau
-, -. ....- a glorious

,11 i. Little Sweetheart Contest I Ii I

The Little Sweetheart little Miss Barnbill. Mrs. e
contest sponsored by New Josie Reddick and Mrs. En- 1 r
i! Providence Court No. 129 gram presided over refresh-
t Heriones of Jericho wis a huge ments.
success Palm Sunday in a FESTIVAL OF FEAR ,, h'im,1I100r
beautiful out-door setting at
; 1047 NW 37th Street. The highlight of the afternoon :
Little Adrene Cecelia Pos- was the presence of our 3 EPICS OF TERROR to : :' dally per person

seley was crowned little past most ancient matron, ,i 'i, May double 1 to occupancy Dec. 15

sweetheart and little Oida Faustina M.Horton in her first ..... ,'.
her since her '
Lynn Engram attendant. public appearance ,' FULL COURSE BREAKFASTS and DINNERS
$50 and $25 U. S. Savings lengthy illness, we wish to ,, B :
Bonds were awarded the win- thank our many friends "for "
t. ners. their whole hearted support in Zy e
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, ,. :1 1 ANCHORAGENassau's

i Friendliest Downtown Hotel on the Beach
I 1 See your TRAVEL AGENT or call our
I: r ii representative HETLAND STEVENS INC.

, MIAMI 379.7691

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Mrs. Bessie Key, Adrene's making this venture the suc-
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mother and Mrs. Wilhelmenia cess it was.Herione s
Engram, Oida's mother are Johnnie M. Hill is kx.
shown opposite the winners. chairman and Herione Bertha ,
l Music was furnished by Perry, M.A.M.
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Sewing classes will be held t a k e this opportunity to 1 HELD OVER

at the following centers: thank my many many friends HRR1BLE'' LAST 5 DAYSPOSTIVEL
Monday, 10-1 p.m. Basic and neighbors for their gen- Y ENDS
{ clothing constr., J. E. Scott erous acts of kindness and
f JlomesMay6j710Baslcclothing ; thoughtfulness to me, duringmy : : I P TUESDAY, MAY 1
constr., J. E,, Scott recent illness while in .
\ Homes, 7155 NW 22nd Ave., Jackson Memorial Hospital, t t t r

May 6.Tuesday. and during my convalescenceat u FR
9-12 Basic cloth- home.
ing constr. Northwestern Sr. It is gratifying to know the

High, May 7; 1 Adfanc- worth of true friendship.Your PLUS HIT 2 ",-
ed cloth ing constr., North- thoughtfulness will never; be
western Sr. High, 7007 NW 12 forgotten. It is people like you
Ave., May 7; 7 Basic who restores my faith in the !? Yx
clothing constr., Jackson goodness of man.
Adult center, 1751 NW 36th St., May God bless each of you
Mar 7. in a very special way,and pro-
wedaesday, 6-9 Basic tect you from that which brings

clothing constr.,J.W.Johnson you pain.

735 W 23 st.Hialeah, May COLUMBIA PICTURES presents a
1. Yours very truly t Stanley Kramer
Thursday, 9 -.12 Basic Deputy hnnie Mae Hill.G. production '
clothing constr.,Lindsey Hop Sr. Me A. M. H. of J.Florida .
kins, May 2; 1330- SSOBaslc Jurisdiction P.M.A, 1047 \111 Spencer i' Sidney Katharine t

clothing constr. Ltndsey Hop- NW 37& Strut.OR Th.d4Vf'f. \ ( \\)\\ TRACY .'' POITIER; 'I HEPBURNmess
: kiM, 1410 NE 2nd Ave,, MayZ< f rORUR SffoSSftPLUS \ ) Qv\ .

7-10 intermediate clothing \ who's.
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const?., 1751 }fl 'U.St.,1b1 HIT '
Z, : WHO, JR.CtmrftoMorotlvo Y- 3Sfarffug ci :)ONEs
The registration fee,for the Gold)A.iJ.tllonk.lld.It.rsr'icotd. > =

twelve week course Is $3.00, Key ,JCkfin or'...dl co to TIME
students will be registered on $2.00 iecft. 3 foi 500. and lnt;oducln ONLY
a first come first served p.,t.J. P.0.Box 85282-UU. PARAMOUNT PlCTURE ; JI, Hougfiton30
L.. Angola; Cellf.90072:> ' .. Katharine, ::

basis.. Music by DeVOU t.Writt i by WILLJAM ROSE ,.
: Produced and directed by 6TANLEY KRAMER" TECHNICQt.OR.4rl

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It you have ..y of the. Ifob...... or othora lib thorn, .yj'N'M MIN 1JrnI ;
dear Itltnj, thoro It wonderful news of a , .
way of h.I,. Also your lucky days and lucky Frank Sinatra
".", .rI. So. Madam Ann today.$S reading, $3 with Ad.urtN .
Phone: 691.9583 9751 N. W. 27th Avenue TONY ROME

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May x1968.9.. .i ;

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Our column is being written this week by George Kilpatrick,
Election on the 7th of ,
Sr., oneof Brownsville's outstanding civic leaders. Mr. Kil- F .I'
May 1968 will be of the
patrick is President of the Brownsville EOPI Advisory Board r ,
most important civil duties !
and owns the Spic and Span Grocery Store on 27th Avenue at I
48th St. that you will perform this , i
because we are chosing
Of the approximately thirty-six schools that are predominately year,
people for the General Elec- ,
Negro, twelve of them have white administrators. Per
tion and vote in
so go every '
spective principals and assistant principals are presently being ,b ? i '
office By all means 1e
named.' While nosing around seeking to identify Negroeswho A '
our boys in Vietnam that
fell within the approved list, have only been able to iden-
are dying to give you this right.
tify two that have "PASSED." Certainly there exists qualified I
Fm looking for approximately -
for these One to wonder if -
Negroes positions. begins Negroesare 35,000 Negroes to go -- -

actively seeking these promotions or are they being dis and vote, it is for you, your GUIDANCE COUNSELORS VISIT U. S. MILITARY ACEDEMY
the rate of failures those who have
couraged by high by com-
and comm mlty. I am
plied with personnel procedures. not family going to tell how to WEST POINT, N. Y. Cadets Jay Olner/ (center left) and Stephen Lewis (center ,
We should learn from the northern brothers who have gone right) of Clearwater/ explain the "Tarbucket" (cadet full dress ceremonial hat) to a I
vote but I would like to
through the throes of statutory Integration and are now asking vote, for the man that is best say, group of visiting Clearwater/ guidance counselors. They ore, from left to right, Thomas ,
for a return of control of black schools to black people. We can Russo of Clearwater/ Central Catholic High School, Cecil B. Keene of Pinellas \
fo the job and your commun-
avoid this type of reversal if Negro leaders are identified and County Senior High School, and Paul A. Hatchett, also of Pine lias County Senior

placed in positions so that this leadership can be exerted. This ity.We have set back to long let High School. ,\

does not mean placing Negro principals only in Negro schools ting other people plan for us. The group visited here at the invitation of the Academy's Admissions Office to I

because the youth of today has been promised opportunities and when the plan is finished view, on a first-hand basis, the education and training of a cadet at the U, S. Mill-/ "

for advancement depending only on his ability to advance. then they tell us this is what tory Academy. The program is designed to aid counselors in their guidance of stu
These youths do not expect a confined world where Negro leaders -
dents who interested the and
we have for you. are in Academy a service career.

Three are leaders years ago only when among Federal Negro monies people.became available We spend approximately :::::::::::::::;.;r.o.:.:::::::::::::::::r.::::::..a.:;.aa. ::::::. i
$170,000,000 dollars a year in
improve educational program. tor"dis-advantagedyouth" we this county. We are low on the
heard from our teaching friends who participated in the learning SUPPORT
list in this county !in housing,
laboratory program (now called Continuing Education Program
business, Jobs, moneyetc.
Plats Program,etc.)that the Negro had low self esteem, Since the county is constituted YOUR
low levels of aspirations and general expected little of him- , , ,
on the ballet box, let me let
self education wise. Perhaps due to the surgence of pride in
you in on something, the only YMCA
like the late Dr. Martin Luther the has become
men King, Negro
to aheadis
way we are going get I IY'i
proud of being black and one of God's creations. He wants by working together,and go- :] ::%:ir+;:uSiiirie; {+li':'.:iu:;ii;;:::::::::;,

now to enjoy the riches in health, recreation, education and ing to the polls and voting.That

welfare that this great country affords.So means the most to your com
I am confused when I read in the daily press the results munity. There are over 1,000-
of surveys which suggest that the Negro aspirations are un- 000 in '
people living Dade
realistic and unattainable. And I question the effect of these County, no one person or ten E TJ IR DIN E 8I

special educational programs like the Continuing! Education peple can know what is going on
program, Plats and others when no meas arable gains have been all over the county.

made in either self-concept achievement levels In order to So therefore the people are

get better jobs, Negro applicants must pass tests. In order to going to have to have people in o (.
pass tests the same applicant must demonstrate basic know. the community working with I- '::"

,ledge in reading, writing, speaking and arithmetic There is them The(l kjn I >'! of millions of .4 mgenecrazy ,
for the continued expenditure
no justification ,
In ;
whereby: the people the black "
dollars in special programs when these results are not obtained community and white com .F:( :: .
munity will know they are part '+ ,: "I ,
I believe that Negro children in much larger numbers can of the tea m, for better total
acquire this basic knowledge. I reject any circular argument community improvement. It

to the contrary and especially if these arguments include the will be up to you to keep those

necessity of providing curriculum for Negro children. Neither people on their toes,and if they
the Negro children nor the content of reading writing and arithmetic can't do the Job let someone

have failed but rather the profession teaching and so else do itbecause thecommunity -

ciety have failed to accept their responsibility to design comes first. sale40oo50

l methods for producing knowiedgable students from our system I must go along with the

of education.As editorial which was printed in / doff
I continue to muse or reflect on the educational eventsof The Mtami Times on Friday, ;

the past three to five years, the philosophy of phasing out April 26, considering Miami

of Negro Senior High Schools began to haunt me. Argumentsfor Police Chief Walter Headley,
phasing out included: ((1)) Effecting integration at the senior because we have had peace in a"

high School level and ((2)) Eliminating small Negro high our community and we need
and short ensembles,
schools that could not provide diversified offerings. Now that in our cammiuiityItmyson Long

all of the previous Negro High Schools have been phased out peace was going down the street, \ waltz gowns, half/ slips, propor-

except Miami Northwestern to accomplish integration and and there was a broken window tioned slips and many more. .

equitable educational opportunities at the senior high school and he picks up a $.99 article from top makers in nylon tri-

level, it would appear that the Dade County Board of Public and was shot and killed all hell j ; t cot. Not all sizes in every style.
instruction would take positive action at the elementary and would break lose. What value E 1 \

junior high level do we put on human lives? I a\
This is especially true if by attendanceatan all Negro ele- In my closing remarks I

mentary or junior high,the student, is going to be labeled disadva.ntaged' would like to say, please goto .
and limits are set on what he is capable of achiev the polls and vote. ,f

ing because too little is expected of him, In fact there appearsto REG. $40 REG, $6 '

be a dichotomy in the position taken by the Dade County MODEL CITIES OFFICEThe 16.99 2.99 .
School Board on the issue of the relationship of quality educational Model Cities offices .
opportunities in the integrated situation at the junior opened this weekat26NW 62nd ci

high level vs. the maintenance of segregation at the jun- St., next door to Stevens Mar 4
ior high and elementary level. This dichotomy and in fact the tl+ :Ft

contradictions are obvious when! one examines ket.The public is invited to an

((1) The non-action of the school board on the recommendations open house on Sunday after- ,4/ M
of the University of Miami Desegregation report. noon from 330; to 5 o'clock. fi
City and County officials will
(2) The shuffling of boundaries for school attendance in
neighborhoods that encompass stable Negro and white com be present. x

((3)) The avoidance of fulfilling the legal responsibility to establish .
school attendance zones for junior high school between .t

Miller Rd. andSW216thSt.HainlinDr.West of Dixie Highway. :: ..c

Rlic $20
In relation to item 3,if the concept of phasing our was acceptable Return
the the concept of phasing in white children into Negro LEO 8.99

schools is justifiable for the same eason. FURLONG
To have received the millions of dollars in Federal funds, ',' ,
the Dade County School Board has indicated its compliancewith As Your "'c

Title VI of the Civil Rights Act.There: appears to me to be ., STATE'REPRESEHTATIVI ti

clear evidence of non-compliance. r E g".

Of all the compensatory programs designed to upgrade the a t RCG$9.
inDlde County, ave.yet to uncover Dist, p H A.
achievement ofNegrochUdren ; 3.99))
any efforts to significantly[ Involve Negroes at the de- 101 Pull :'', .

cision making level, in program planning,program designing, Lever13D .. .{"

and program implementation. ,,, < "'
Much progress has been made: in Dade County,progress can H Pol, U r '

continue provided fundamental steps are taken to provide the u \j,?r fl{ .$ ,raeepN, 'far and J daynear lingerie:second. floor Downtown Miami
educational background so that the dream of today can becomethe I. "' (at all 7 Burdme's Mores)

realities of tomorrow.


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Dade County needs a successful businessman ,

I., to administer its $140 million school budget. ., ,'."

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Editor: Editor; i :
Display ApprodiBy
have Just completed reading your splendid editorial published I read your story. In fact I Just finished. And it made my : ;
in the April 26,edition of the Miami Times, "Fire Chief blood boil, that you suggested to have the best Chief in the Stateof 'i
have read Florida fired. .... S :5: 5 '
Headley. Never I an editorial so shockingly writ- s NICK1, TRUPPMAN"
ten and so excellently timed in the fifthteenyears I have been We should have more of his type around the county, and I ,' .

reading your fine publication. Congratulations for a magnanimous think we will, and soon. At 3:15 p.m., as 'the school bell'signals the end of a
editorial. Let anyone break my window and start stealing. I will not teaching day at Booker T,Washington Junior High Schoolroom ;
The Miami News termed your editorial and position as being take the time and ask his name or age. Fll start to shoot to 106,remains open.:It's time lor VETA Volunteers

"More militant than conservative" since the assassination of kill: (Volunteers: In,Service' to America) Brenda Lillie and
Dr. King. U militant is the term for your great. work in Miami, My father who was shot in the early hours, stealing some Susan GuWos meet.vrlth a group of 25'students isn..wit ,
then allow it to be so. Goodl! meat and bread for us kids, served two years and died after :as tbe Pacesetters S .. .,,1y j :
Chief Headley, should be fired immediately. Allow him to his release, from the bullet that was never removed. '
seek a Job In one of our nation's cities, which has had riots What would you do if you had a business and someone start- l' The ,f mwti ,k iOrraal,toe rapport M1",and# .wt- ,
and cost ly civil disorders for years and let him solve this ed to loot it? Don't try to tell me you would Just stand there t..,<*af e'ot W a. flew,. 'are;: i
common problem. His cold and rashly statements are not accepted and watch. : I' Tbe,yowfstwr6 talk about ,aioheol. Most of teem
by this citizen and many more law abiding citizens, 'I...... and.""11 be teavtaf Booker T,WasW n}
whom I may or may not be allowed to speak for. William J. Swain 55 too k JWM.. "Mte.l MidiAfoc Sdeveae says, "*, *\ f s:
have whwI 1 iwat to. 10., A Jt Moore. atp'wm; "
I also noticed that the plans for our community, by our '.",;.Ii' .,':}, ,,;,
so called city and county tathers, axe down right countermand '}" ' "" .Il iI..."''''''
year after year. : 'r .8.a:1t: IN yewgibr I *',"'TU go to frlinfrMpa5 ,
We heard no word from the dailies, concerning the lack of \: Jf they,." gow .. to a4ee'tome,rmi joss: be 8ce-to'KfttoS ,
differ with Police Chief Walter Head-
I condemnation
pools and parks in our communities until the Miami Times your
:thhir'R AttteJra. "white frtemte. iitof
"f'$ got
ley for with the opinion of ,
holding Chicago's Mayor Diley on
brought this disturbing report to the public's eyes weeks ago. .Aai \
The dailies picked up your editorial and a great deal more, the proper manner of dealing with looters and arsonists dur- sap. .: I ,'l...z ,I

so why not more of these so called"militant" editorials, Mr. ing future riots. In past catastrophes, such as conflagrations, ''> ,1"MfcaU Wit"Nigh :School *oeslldd
:; : aty .Daitrrl.
tornadoes floods etc. where in this nation law enforcement
Reeves? any VMS; ,wt"rte'I wtat to ..." MortofttM.. atodvnte.. .. -.,,.,
I don't to this letter to allow all Mi- officers and National Guardsmen have always been instructed '
object being printed
.kw l per, 1aat.uJ remain in fee Cratral:BUOM*.|. ;
amians to know that I am in complete agreement with your to shoot looters,on sight.And,shootinga felon fleeing ,Dbitrkt:Md. Mid,,school at Miami Jackson. Mfewj j jn ;
the scene of a crime is the of law and has
duty men:! always
editorial. City and County officials,please listen to this power- I .. H 1glt. '
ful news paper and your Negro citizens. Don't spoil our progress been. Y ',, ,\ I
How then can your attitude be explainedaboit shooting loot- Susan ia e.bachgrewR
< ,Bewxta':and :art Very much .
Thank for and Maintain those front ers and arsonists during riots and civil strife? The so called .' ? '
you please page 14+x: The, .* Mao'erf thooauMfs of young paotewfeoj
editorials Mr. Reeves. race riots have not been rioting among nor between people of ', .
have:,dtdfefttot t mselv. to working the j wfaadl ;
different races. ; dio 4vfcpte< Yours truly, William H. Walter ht they're' doing,'but they'say, more Impor lastly.I
John A. Salesa believe fas what America stands .f>EwrS 'ti
private citizen, 24 years old and war veteran. .
St. that could have led to a riot. : leaders S'
Community invited The talk in the classroora ttttn shifts to the projece j t
Chief Headly, Sheriff Purdy, and others to discuss the matterat '
Editor: rile j'aceeetters have rr.. takenihleyear. *nyelder.-
the Brownsville Community Center. Chief Headly was the : have'had tewafctaUiar h f
people, .fo.move,, wrrpw5: -
Congratulations for writing lat week's front page editorial. only one absent. ;;cause of:wpre way.oe rir Chief Headly claims that Miami has nothada disturbance because During the past two months there have been many bombings aed wrtbout trkwte,: ha4.g]
,Jn: Dade County and the City of Miami. Why not use shotguns =t-thQ.Wer1'
of his "get tough" policy. Well, someone need to remind eiperiwtcc a great deal at
the Chief that wo kept a cool city before he issured his 'and dogs in these areas?The chief could at least call for a halt ;E r

racist policy. to the bombings the =:J acesetters.. with: tete)heH of Susan and Brenefoaod .

Last summer there was an Incident on NW 7th Ave. and 79th Jerome'.vls .these" people and,low pay: 'weekly visits to'*ew' :'
.4'7iteai skip ;ts $at ,,r11'ofter! '',srtld .$4i1 Lwrki':

JOBS OPENING FOR ,:,'i.j\ ,:".., "w.r'. ," ''II. .

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:: : ': , finding Jobs for the hard-core, .y i ';f fr r ,
HappMothers Day .. 7 poor and summer' work for \
J }>{" '. ;l", school-aged needy shows that f w'ikheawar \ i
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Happy Fathers DayHappy ;..':' .;*'! .:4:. ..r. employment has been found for .. ? e1,N.. relfiirii . '"
: '" 1 580 hard-core unemployed and ,_ ...:i..........,A '... ......
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-:'(" ,: ;. : k : .,h' by JOBS, MIAMI, the lo- lil''<;aey'\ ''Jtt1c..s.. "thst'atlrt'be '
Happy Graduation Day :!.:,k cal arm of the National Alli- tol4alL" ," ,\1\St\
S ance of Businessmen, to place : :':. .. 1 ,

Happy Anniversary 900 hard-core persons in Jobs
by June, 1969, and to find work
this summer for 2,600 poor
Happy Birthday .. school-aged youths. SUPPORT THE GREATER
:if : has
The newly formed NAB
Happv .ptr .. taken over the Federal Gov-
I ernment's task of creating MIAMI URBAN LEAGUETHIS

: ,' 100,000 Jobs for disadvan-
:2tk' taged by June, 1969. YEAR'S GOAL IS 2,000 NEW MEMBERSFor
: I' Cooperating to reach the
r overall local goal of placing Information on how you con join the Greater Miami
I 6,000 hard-core poor on pay- Urban League, phone: 3773682.

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fly Albert Wellington Cooke

t Mr. Plotts Feiiuw Teachers ana Fellow Students
I say fellow students because I am here for the purpose of A GREAT CONGRESSMANFOR
learning. I only wish that some how impart as much know- THE UNITED STATES
ledge as I am gathering.lamgettingto know you . getting r
; to like you. . getting to hope you like me . getting to un-
\ derstand.
I must learn. I want to be ready.I've got to be ready to take
my place when that plac is made clear and knovn to me.
Life has it's Joys and sorrows too.Life is a thing" ot 'earn \
ing. Maturity.has its growing pains.Life has its way of gek;ing
us ready for some noble purpose. If one would but heed U."
I : guidance of that inner voice. Som e call it luck, faith, hope,
while others may call it conscience. Deep within one knows r
what it is.Eventually.
there comes an acknowledgement even if onlyto AN
oneself or as one's final act upon life's stage.
Meanwhile, we are.all students preparing ourselves for tomorrow ',; th
"Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow creeps in
this petty pace from day to day."In your heart you know what r _
I am saying. In your mind I maybe misunderstood. This bringsto
mind a poem by Thomas Bracken- / 5 y ?

understood. We move along asunder;
Our paths grow wider as the seasons creep ARE NEVER BUSY ?/ rR
Along the years; we marvel and we wonder
Why life is life. And then we fall asleep
Not understood.Not .

understood. We gather false impressions.And 9
Group No.12 of the Woman's chairlady and Mrs.Susan Bru-
hug them closer as the years go by,
Day committee is sponsoringa ton is co-chairladyofMt.Zion )
Till virtues often seem to us transgressions; J
Tea at the home of Mrs. '
AME Church. Rev. W. W.
And thus men rise and fall, and live and die- a r
Not understood.Not Dorothy Mae Littles, 5620 Wells, pastor Mrs. 0. Evans
Flagler Street on Sunday,May will be speaker of the day and
5, at 3:30 p.m The raffle will GISSENDANNERFOR
understood. Poor souls with stunted vision music will be furnished by Mr.
terminate at this time1.Please Bobby Gar
Oft measure giants by their narrow gauge;
plan to attend. Mrs. Littles is
The poisoned shafts of falsehood and derisionAre
oft impelled 'gainst those who would the age-
Not understood.Not <*C Kief Jude

understanding. The secret springs of action CONGRESSGtSSEMMNNER
Which lie beneath the surface and the show [!NJIIkI1J* : .
Are disregarded; with selfsatisfactionWe

judge our neighbor Not, and understood.they often go- fc to R i p A $ii*B EMI c o ii B I$R a o#* -


Not understood. How trifles often change us! '. PullLe yer 4-D fof UDGE LlfcES
The thoughtless sentence or the fancied slight .)
Destroys long years of friendship and estrange us;
And on our souls there falls a freezing blight- ELECT
Not understood.

Not understood. How many breasts are aching
For lack of sympathy! Ah, day to day
How many cheerless, lonely hearts are breaking!
How many noble spirits pass away BAUMGARTNERSTATE
Not understood.

0 God! that men would see a little clearer,
Or Judge less harshly where they cannot see;
O God! that men would draw a little nearer
To one another; they'd be nearer Thee- REPRESENTATIVE ,
And understood.
-Thomas BrackenI

know that if somebqdys eyes are on the sparrow- some-
body watchs me. I know that I am important to somebody.The .
sun gets up in the morning espec ially for me. The moon LEVER
comes out at night-for me. The Earth, the Heaven and all FOR
that is are for mel!Why?because lam Man. Everything already CONGRESSLEVER
exist man simply discovers. There comes an wakening:As a 13CENDORSED
result of a searching;a watching;an experience;a little learn-
ing and finally an understanding. Then that which was merely
thought becomes tangible reality. BY ELTON GISSENDANNERFOR
May we bow our heads for a moments of silent meditation. 2-D


47 Year ; 4 w v Mature,

Resident, e* Experienced

Democrat J U Businessman DR. FRANKLIN J. EVANS

/e r

;-r. ,'.qty" i FOR
r TR\) d

elect a physician who will strive to give us economy in government

GRIFFITHSDADE and fight for the preservation of homestead exemption.

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Griffiths is Executive Vice President and Directorof *
A man who has the interest of the '
Taylor Construction Company.Well senior citizens at

known to construction workers of Dade County.

PULL LEVER 19-D MAY 1 PRIMARY Lever 12-D Democrat District 99

"'*Paid Pol. Adv.

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First Youth Center To Open June 7 };

, fiM &
5 h A businessmen's committeeto Cola executively, conform with traditional recreational |I.l
f 111iiri organize "after-Job neigh Sears' group manager;Clifton programming but r
borhood youth social activities Doale, Dale> Music Co.; Ber- should provide a structure for |!;
centers" set June 1 as the tar- lin Saunders, Ace Saxon Vend- flexible participation by the i1 I j'
get date for one or more operating ing Co.; James Levinson, Insurance youths from the area and be I
sites.Chairman. executive; William available to them as points for ]'

rITia Gene Autrey, A ram 0 ny, United Fund, and congregation, more formal ji
Florida Power & Light Co. realtor George A. Simons meetings, and group-planned f f1
executive, reported ata meet- Reese has recommendedthat social and recreational activl- "+V
Ing Tuesday that 34 locationsare "these centers should not ties." ,;
being investigated by HARDWICK TO SPEAKAT 800,000 FOR r I
i14L1'V't Ernest A. Jones, president of SUMMER JOBS ,
the Miami Board of Realtors, BARRY COLLEGE 1
Continued Page
and other committee mem
_- bers. Mr Archie Hardwick, Exe- Simms said with all this the
cutive Director of the JamesE. program remains flexible and
/ / Aut r e y said that realtorsand to from
'f Scott Community Associa- subject new proposals
of vacant business
owners tion, will be the speaker at the Youth Council, made up of I
residential in
and property May 11 meeting of theAmerican youngsters In each of the nine
city districts "are show- Association of University target areas who will act as a
y''f ing much interest in the plan Women Study Group of the Mi- board of directors for the cenI
wo r'1 b of Miami officials
Slp' uA 4 proposed by City ami Branch.
Members of the group application for federal
Mayor Stepehn P. Clark, studying "Testing Values in a fund states:"The Neighborhood -
r W N Commissioners Mrs. M. Changing Society" will hear Center is a program de-
Athalie Range and David T. Mr. Hardwick in the faculty veloped by youth to appeal to
I Head Start Exhibit May 18 Kennedy and City ManagerM. lounge of Thompson Hall at the tastes, values and inter- ,
L. Reese attended the Barry College at2 p.m.Saturday est of youth between the ages ;
Five year olds in Head Start breakfast meeting at the Co- afternoon, May 11,according of 12 and 25."
exhibit, Marty Nash, rep- parents will serve as hosts
classrooms in Dade Countyare lumbus Hotel. to Sister Agnes The individual councils will
resenting the Northside mer- and hostesses on the day of the \
busy brush painting, finger chants' association,wrote that exhibit. Robert Simms, Director of Cecile, ImplementationChairman recruit and screen applicants "
painting,manipulating clay, the display was a huge success the Metro Community Rela- of the Miami Branch for Jobs provided by private ,
colored and extended an Invitation fora The bead Start program in tions Board, is seeking volunteer AAUW and Chair man of the business directly and through ,I
per. manand Philosophy Department at the Florida State Employment ,
return performance.Head Dade County serves 2486 workers to help
are part of the daily educa- the Barry College. service.SUBSCRIPTION .
Start has accepted that invi- children in 25 elementary supervise proposed centers
tional program for five year tation and the 1968 art show schools from as far north as in cooperation with City ---------------------------
olds, there is a bit more feverish Opa-locka to Florida City In recreation aides. I
promises to be bigger and bet I +
activity art projectsthis ter than last year. the southern part of the county. The plan, presented to the :I ORDER I I Ii
month as preparationsget One hundred, twenty-one committee by Mrs. Range and Worn i Times I
under way for the second It Is scheduled for Saturday teachers will be providing Reese on April 16, envisionsuse 6530 NW 15th Avenue I
annual Head Start exhibit. May 18,10:00a.m.to5:00p.m. stimulus and encouragementfor of available property, with I Miami, Florida 33147 I
Last year, at the Northside at Northside Shopping Center, the creative expression of recreational equipment and I II I
Shopping Center, more than 7900 NW 27th Ave. and for Saturday the five year olds as well as starting Inventories of soft
600 pieces of art work were June 1, 10:00 a.m. to making the art materials drinks and snacks supplied Enclosed please find the sum of $5.00

displayed Including examplesof 5.00: p.m. at Homestead Plaza, readily available for their ex- free or at minimum cost by I to cover the cost of a one year subscriptionto
assorted media, crayon, Homestead, Fla. ploration. business firms.
the Miami
Times.Mall .
tempera paint, finger paint, Autrey set the next committee I I II
clay, weaving, as well as three meeting for 8 a.m. May 10 I
dimensional models and I at the Orange Bowl Room,Co- Paper To

murals. Following that. lumbus Hotel. I Address r I

i In addition to Jones and City -State. lIp: $ Code.FRANKLIN'S ..-
JobmobileThis Slmms, the committee Includes -
1 t P Herb Paige, Pepsi- L_________________________!

is where the Jobmobile

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, day( 3, 1 1968 15FREDDY'S

Sigma, Gamma Rho Sorority Devotes Services, To DeprivedMembers I

of Sigma Gamma problems therefore our sense miinities where chapters of manship, creative arts, etc. I !
Rho Sorority are urged by of responsibility to give great Sigma Gamma Rho Sororityare All of this is related to the
their national leader Dr.Lor- 'er service in our communities located. Many of the cam Citizens Forum, Inc.program
raine A. Williams, Associate has deepened." pus chapter members will engage developed by Mrs. Mattie ,
Dean of the College Liberal In keeping with,the national In "Sigma Drop In" a Coney, and honorary memberof SUPERETTE 6427 NW1ath
Arts, Howard University, to program theme "Greater program proposed by Mrs. the Sorority. Mrs. Coney's
devote conscientious and direct Community Service for Greater Edna F. Browne, Counselor philosophy is based upon the Ave.
service to "our brothersand Community' Progress" the and chairman of the National development of pride and re
sisters who have been deprived sorority adopted a family displaced Vocational Guidance Committee spect'among youth in the black GOTEM CHEAP
of the opportunities of by the Detroit Riot last of the sorority. This project community. Negro history,the FOOD SALENO
decent housing, adequate summer, Dr. Williams has J includes volunteer ser- youth projects,vocational gui
health facilities, employmentand challenged the mombershio to vice by campus chapter members dance, mental health and STAMPS YOU SAVE THE MONEY HERE
education members greater involvement lathe organization in scholarships are other aspects -
the black community! we are community by extending the I neighborhood schools to assistin of the Sorority's national
aware of the seriousness of program of adoption of needy playground duty, tutoring program TENDERIZED SMOKEDPICNIC
finding i i solutions to these families in the various com- ,
reading, mathematicspen- Jane D. Lewis, reporter.

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The bodies of two brothers but Isaac as quiet, a good listener . on the streets of Miamiand stand the clanger--that disobedience
were found last Wednesday and "ready to read around his home at 8238 NW will end up in something
floating in a man-made lake at everything he could get his 14th Court. like this."
NW 95th St. and 12th Ave.Both eyes on." "I will tell them to try and Graveside services were ( 0 Y
were drowned some tlmu Mon- Coates said his own tragedy teach their children to be obedient held last Friday for the boys
day. would become part of what he to their parents' instruc- with the Range Funeral Homo i;
Isaac Jr. and Paul Coats attempts to preach to others tion. I will tell them to under- directing
were sons of.IsaccCoates,45, .. .
and his 35- old wife s x M
year. "C" School Has A Dream
Mary.: Isaac,the older boy Primary
was: 13 and his brother, eight. \ ; c I
According to the father, the On April 25, many: civic thews, director ofthe community Economics; "The Community I
boys left homo Monday morning leaders, including principals, School was "We havea School and Religion" headed I
-with every intention to go professors, teachers, businessmen dream." by Rev. C. W. Preston, minister &
hookey. They went to a storeto administrators, \
Immediately following anInformative of Marshill Church; and : 1
lunch for bait clergymen ,and school board :
swap money "The Community School andEducation' t
resume by Mr. _
then to the rockpit where they advisors visited the primary Matthews onwhat thecoramunity "' headed by Mr. evy _
drowned, as neither of them "C" Communty School fora 'School is all about and Cleaophas Allgood, principal hZ
could swim. consultation on bow the community why it exist. Several cultural of Dorsey Jr. High School.
"The man told them the school can adequately
groups were set-up among
price of bait and they said that meet the needs of the Imme- LYKES
them PALM
wore "The Comm'JDltySchQOI Each of these committeesare RIVERWEINERS
little said the fa diate area insofar homo
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and the Home" headed hopeful of forming their
.ther. education and religion. by, Mrs. E. Warren, assistantto own steering committees to' 4 1102:'$1
offered to him
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said no.
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......Mr. 'Mrw"it.i

50 Enroll In Leadership :. ' ;'!.'! ".,TfI, ,", 1"a vj4; : "
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Greater Miami Urban' The subjects for the study ': :?: <,:,: :\' I r
League announced the First '. rq' ; "
will include such areas as the ; 'S'yp9 ;
Seminar Series of the third annual "L' Ministers-Laymen
present role of Negroes serv- :
Leadership Development
ing the community, facts regarding -
Project with
an enrollment of 1 local
50 participants. The Seminar structure government r Voter
by representativesof Registration
will be held at Urban League
Metro and City offices.They
headquarters, 395 NW 1st St., will view a film on leadershipand
in the conference room starting

examine concepts of voter
May 9. from 7:30 to 9;30 education. Local questions of Committee ..
and continuing for 8 sessions
present concern will be discussed -
until June 27.
so that the seminar '
T. Willard Fair Executive :,ft*,
graduates will be I
prepared to '. If1
Director, and Miss Maxine represent current issues. ,: .
Thurston r : : :
Program Director, Mr. Dean spoke of the over- .' ,
will take an active role in the whelming I' ':'
response to the
presentation of topics for the seminar series. He cited Mr. Rev Thedford Johnson

seminar. James Jackson, Director of Freildent .
The main purpose of the New Careers for the EOPI,as
series as outlined by Mr.ElvinF. an enthusiastic supporter who .. I' '"
Dean, Community Leader- "
recommended the program to '.\
ship Development Specialist, his counselors, several of : I'',
is to prepare local residents whom are participating,other t MS U. S. SENATE ' 1-C CollinsU.
with potential leadership enrollees wide
cover a rangeof ----
skills for effective participation backgrounds with diverse
in community affairs, occupations as a teacher,investigator Congres sman Dante B. Fascell// (D-F/a.) greets I S. CONGRESS 2-D, ."Gissendanner
serving in various capacities, and Savings Officer House of Representatives Elevator Operator Fred L.
and involvement in voluntaryand Hunt on the steps of the Capitol in Washington, D. C.

governmental organizations A stimulating and success- Hunt, who is the son of Mrs. B er n i ice Hunt of 3546 FLORIDA SUPREME COURT

ful experience is predicted for Thomas Avenue, Coconut Grove, is a student Howard,
the current LeadershipDe- University majoring/ in sociology.He/ works in the Houseof District 1 3-C Boyd
ANNUAL MUSICAL velopment Seminar Series. Representatives under Fascell's sponsorship.
District 2 4-DLlles

On Thursday, May 16, at METRO- District 3 \ 5-D Dekle
>> /, \\ p .
8:15 the Booker T. Washington \ I. '
Junior High School Instrumental missioner I'*<:"
Music Department will Cl, i CIRCUIT JUDGE !I.\ 7-C Friedman

present it's annual musical .. I,'''' '
program in the BTW Auditorium VR \ ..,'

The program. will consist of 1 9P 1 PUBLIC UTILITY COMMISSION
the Tornado Concert Band,the $2498 8-E Yarborough "

Toraado Beginners Band, a
musical skit insonganddramaand March Only
an outstanding guest artist I
attraction. The programis'fdesigned DUMAS 4v STATE ATTORNEY 9-C Gerstein

to salute the 9th

graders and their parents. E TURNER MILKER 4181 S.W. 8th ST.

Bandmaster Timothy 0. Pd Pol. Adv . Rhone 4443566t STATE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES:
Savage says, "the adolescentboy __ "r" ''L ,, -____... "''e' *,t, :,Ji&W'- ,
and girl too often drift into L t"h" '10-E
District 91 \f Young
the pitfalls of harmful gangac-
tivities, because of a lack in District 93 11-C Clark
constructive character

developin g opportunities" District 99 ..,; <,.y.' ', 12-E Kershaw

This provide program these is elements expected in to a NEW CAR :\';>4,.,. 12'D Evans

cultural and refined atmos District 107 ,1 13-C Baumgartner


IITI1 e a

Get COUNTY JUDGE 14-C Blanton


% Group 4 JUDGE 16-D Koo

16-E Saxon


{ 1 1- At Large 22-F'Sheppard

Group 2 At Large 25.' Burrows

X11 1 District 3 18-E Davidson

1 ';HA W"I ,
District 5 20-D Meyers

A Distinguished i Record of 22 Years Public I COUNTY COMMISSION
Servico;State Representative Dade County
School Board,Dade County Commissioner,
City ol Miami Director of Public Welfare District 1 36-GHampson
e As Chairman of Florida House Local Government
Committee during 1967 session, 35.1 Greene
Yarborough guided some 1500 local bills
C to Past help President counties and of Orange cities Bowl Commit. I District 2 37.1 Judge Morriss Wolfe

tee Commissioners Miami Coaches Kiwanls Assn Assn,Club and,Florida Florida County HlhSchool Lincoln is YOUR Bank. Use it! District 3 38-H Carroll

e Born In Chester,SC.Graduated Clem
son University & attended University of District 5 40-1 Gordon
.. Louise BlandIng -
Florida Married to former
of Bartow..Outstanding football coach
at Miami High School for 10 years. District 6 \ <-.. 41-G De Torres

.Decisions affect. Let Florida's of Yarborough the Public future Service experience and your Commission pocketbook and ; 'LINCOLN* NATIONAL BANK District 7 43-G Starnes
leadership work lor you.

[I] OF MIAMI District ',J 44.1 Matheson
J First fully integrated bank in the entire Southeast- ,. 1 .
right here in the Edison financial Center MAYOR .: :: 45-G Hall
X11 1 6013 N.W. 7th Avtnu Men' 759-4431 '" .

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t, Who Will 10 Miss Urban LNrwIrJ N!r Y

: Round About 'M. '. Ltagvt Yovth Commnity r r Hairsr ,, ?

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Talk member of the
I -. Three young lawyers in our The third
Calvin R, Mapp recently
VI : community are sporting firm,
BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL rather broad smiles here of Assistant State Attorney is also -
t late. They are busily preparing a native Miamian.He earn-
, AROUND THE NATION . Vice president Hubert Hum for their unveiling of their ed his Bachelor of Science degree -
t,s trey announced his candidacy for the U.S.presidency . new quarters at 5022 NW 7th from Morris Brown College -
Begging for all American unity. . Now there are three top 1 Avenue. Matthews, Brynon & and his LLB from Howard
democrats in the Presidential raceWith Robert Kennedy and Mapp are having their open University

Eugene McCarthy) . Jimmy Ellis (Louisville, Ky. Baptist 4 house Sunday, May 5, betweenthe
choir singer) beat Jerry Quarrry(Cal white hope) Saturday, YY hours of 2 and 5 p.m.They
April 27, to win the World Boxing Assn. World "Heavyweight are inviting the public to come "Any where In the world!
Title" which put him up there with Joe Frazier.Champ of the in and view their new layout you want to go"
world in New York and Penn.) . Cassius Clay still Heavy- which is rather quite plush. TJCKFTS CWT
weight Champion of all the world .. NY Gov. Nelson Rocke-
feller to enter Republican Presidential race..UN Ambassador Matthews for- NO MOM AT
James W. ,
(Jewish) Arthur Goldberg resigned Post"for personal
UN is
4r : mer Assistant U.S.Attorney
reasons." Undersecretary of tate George Ball will succeed a native of Tallahassee He
Goldberg. (Why didn't Ralph Bunche succeed Goldberg?) TUY Buwa
.. . .... earned both his Bachelor of
Dem. party Assembly speaker "Anthony Travia" (president '.,....,. __ at
Science and LLB degrees
"Your Neighborhood TravelAgents"
Johnson's choice) to become Federal Judge. PAULETTE JOHNSONGLENDA CAROL WRIGHT Florida A&M University.

FLORIDIANS AROUND NEW,YORK. . Roger Fleming Jr. Harold L. Braynon,formerly A. near to you as your
working with the Narcotic(Dope)Squad.Roger is a Hunter College I Pictured above are three Assistant State Attorney telephone. Give ui a call.
w'1 received his masters from Colum- i W. deliver. 1104 NW 3rd
, graduate. He degree lovely high school seniors vie- General is a native Miamian.
bia University and recently returned from Miami where he Ave. FR 98451. Chas. C.
ing for the crown of Miss Ur- He received his Bachelorof North, Manager.
spent a month vacation. Roger is a crime Lab Technician with
Arts and LLB degrees from
the N.Y. Police Dept . Miami's own Joyce Taylor (Gospel a ban League Youth Community. Howard University.
singer) received great ovation at the "Zion Temple" Holy .' They are GlendaSpence,

Church of Brooklyn Sunday, April 28. Joyce is the daughter of Paulette Johnson, and Carol
David paschal.Betty Munlin's cousin) . A special greetingof
love and thanks from Brooklyn's charming Mrs.Ira Adella Wright. Glenda attends Jack- 5
Williams to Mrs.Llllian Woodside (president of the Ladles son and Paulette and Carol attend Guarantee yr. Service ELECTRO LUX

Willing Workers Band)and Mr Lenard Reedlfiorist shopbothof ) Miami Northwestern Senior RECONDITIONEDVACUUM
I Palm Fla. whom she visited her recent
Beach during va contest
High School. The
cation .DorethaYoungTraplynformerly'( of Jacksonville)
. ,
and her four year old daughter in NY visiting her former husband :."'wi.i will culminate during the An- 0
They hail from Cameron, New Jersey. Doretha is the nual Grand Ball which will be

daughter of Mrs. Thelma Young of "Big Jax." ..= held June 7. SPECIAL PRICE

SPENCE $14yModel
a man of great compassion, he resides over the "Church of
God" at 603 Sackman St., Brooklyn, and he takes great pridein FSES Urges Businessmen 12 TERMSGuaranteed

community work, specializing in youth welfare Rev. Pratt
t travels around the country working with the many civil rights and Reconditioned COMPLETE WITH ALL
To List Summer JobsThe by ABBEY with
i organizations. He is the son of Mr. Charles Pratt of Ft. ATTACHMENTSFREE
Lauderdale, and has built up a great following. "A salute to ABBEY parts.

t Rev. Cyril Pratt." Home resldentat55-31-116Ave. Vice-president is ask-, ence for these youth and, too, HOME DEMONSTRATION
t New York, 11434. ing concerned businessmen in help them, through their earn- NO OBLIGATIONCall

Dade County to assist, once ings, to continue their educa- ,.
again, in Summer Temporary tion.
\ Employment of the youth in our 6251261ABBEYDOMESTIC
I *.4' Simply call 377-2411 and
II t. community. tell the o p e r at o r "you have a

a 'i. ...aI Harry L, Tyson, Metropolitan Summer Job Opening. Some- 15982 NW 27th Ave. t tL
'.,. : Are Supervisor of the one will take your order im-
\, ;".otf : : Florida State Employment meditaetly Do it now please

't It Service is urging Dade's employing

,.... community to call, 1
I now, and list their summer job L
--- orders. Each spring,literally -
ADELLE, THE HEASTIES, DEBBIE thousands of youngsters begin
looking for summer Jobs.You,
Wilson Pickett's "Jealous Love," dedicated to Hazel and Gary Mr. Employer, can pro- E
vide work
Bryant and their new arrival by via of the Stork . It's about 1
time the Great Quincy Jones (Top Band leader, music arranger t
and songwriter) write pretty songtress Kim Weston a "hit METRO V
tune . Rosa Clements returning to Miami from Washington, m ,
D. C. where she attended a congressional dinner representingthe missioner
Postal and Federal Workers Union of Miami. . "That com E R E
mini-skirt (pretty) 111' Fox, The cool Jerry Butler's hit,
. "These Arms of Mine" . Talk 0' Town-The Baby Shower
given for the loving couple," George and Gloria Heastle at the R. R
home of Mr. and Mrs. James Love, 4519 NW 15th Ave., Lib- _
erty City, last week.Mr.Stork due real soon . Happy birth-
day to my 111' Sister Adelle H. Bethel her we dedicate Diana 29-D M 29-D
Ross and the Supremes' "My Forever Came Today." . ]j.
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NAACP In ii i ii
Campaign /ti y

For Multi-Racial School Books WIGS BY

NEW YORK.-The National library books
Association for the Advance- made early in areusually tegrated School Books," a
ment of Colored People has "Immediately May. bibliography of 399 listings, MR. WALTERS
your published
last the
called upon Its local units school superintendent urging NAACP.In year by
the nation to accelerate
throughout selection

get the school Association's systems to introduce driveto American multi-racial history for texts all texts schools, revised, and of Miss a Shagaloff covering that said memorandum the:"It all-white is imperative -, 6011NW 7th AVO.O**

multi-racial texts for
classroom instruction.In tory.expecially Insist books that Negrohistory on Negro his textbooks multi-racial be textbooks replaced and by Jhj; ACROSS FROM THE CONTINENTAL CLUB "\V

telegrams dispatched, be included in curricula," he that American textbooks
April 25, to 200 selected urged. distort
branches, Executive or stereotype or
NAACP Previously, Miss June
simply omit
Director Roy Wilkins warns Shagaloff, the Negroes as partof
Association's American and life REPEAT
history Of A
that "now may be the last education director, had sent to be replaced with new books I
chance this year to beat white all 1,600 NAACP branches
a that reflect the true .
racism reflected in biased list i of
suggested texts and It is
textbooks in your schools," study materials for elementary history imperative be incorporated that Negro in the WIGLETS 100% Human Hair $595
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shortage of qualified police $1.50 an hour.If 100% Human Hair $
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all municipalities. nicipalities would be only
Designed to attract and to $360.75. .. EXPERT ,
hold young men interested in Police!Science and Crime r
law enforcement until they are nology Chairman C. B. Schil-
21 years old and eligible as police decker said the cadets at Mi- WIG
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l. Wilkins, Sees Race Problem;: as World ":}-Issue Open 7 The Days Best-8A.M.For Less io AIOVER 10 P.M.

[: :' NEW YORK.- Roy Wilkins practice 01 non-violence and "except in Anarctica and in step,of a United Nations,
I I '; returned from Tehran, Iraq. the conduct of his crusade for outer space." He, however, 1948."
I where he headed the United equality on moral basis. They expressed 'confidence In the The Conference which is
I States delegation to the UN International regard his death as a major achievement of a "glittering continuing for two more weeks
Conference on Human { tragedy." future for all Americans was called by the UN General

Rights, fully convinced Or/ the other hand, he said black men and white, Indians, Assembly as the highlight of
, that America no longer regards "the rioting, looting and the Protestants, Catholics, Jews the Human Rights Year of 1968
i the race Issue a purely harsh rhetoric of black extre- and non-believers." in observance of the 20th an-
Internal affair.Questioned niversary of the adoption of the
: I mists are regarded as expres- I
'. by newsmen sions of immaturity Never- In the United States, he acknowledged Universal Declaration of Human .
I his arrival at the John "we are not completely Rights.
; upon theless, it was evident that the
changed, but the tortuous -
Kennedy International Airport
delegates were aware of the
here Thursday April 25 the record I have reviewed While in Tehran, Mr. Wil- .t
discriminations, frustrationsand
\ executive, director of the Na- racism which spawn ha- shows we have worked for kins stayed at the United States
tional Association for the Ad- tred and violence." change: inch after excruciating Embassy. He was the guest of
vancement of Colored People inch This' commitmentand honor at a dinner given him,
\ said: Addressing the Conferenceon will of which I have spoken by the Ambassador. As chief

, "How we handle our minor- behalf of the United States. nowbright,now grim,must of the United States delegation
ities at home has blossomed Mr. Wilkins conceded the human mark the way internationally Mr. Wilkins was host at a reception CARS SOLD
t forth from a backyard affair rights are violated In if the world l is to fulfill the for delegates and other 40,600

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Cv. I Begin May 6 FLYNN
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'<:' vile IN South Dad.

THE KING IS FALLEN At the South Dade Resources DEMOCRAT"My

I stood there in her garden The King is Fallen! The King is Fallen! Council meeting, April 18, pledge! is to put the state on a
where the roses were her pride, Whisper to mo, oh wisdom of high, Metro Transit Authority announced better business basis..keeping in
and I saw the curtains parting Give me a reason! Why did the King, die? a 90 day trial run for
in the room of my young bride. Some cry, "He is the victim of white bate. a newbus route between Florida mind that our prime resource is
Others say, "He wanted to integrate! City and Perrine.AnalldaYI \ people..and! that people! have \
Then I saw her shadow crumble The King is fallen! The King is gone! schedule will now be provided 4
and fall back upon the bed, But, the spirit of his love will linger on. every hour except Saturday, basic needs. ,/-1!,
wind me her Massive crowds Sunday and Holidays. The object ",,' '< .,.
the brought sobbing roam the street, ;" ,...
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and I knew our love was dead. "Avenge the King, don't accept defeat!' of the new bus service is ::0 : ; '",',,, '; .,,,. ",,r.f '
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Onward screams the soul, to provide shopping service to .,.ApIedge ;!; "! 'v"
Then I heard the whistle blowing The king's message must be told Homestead Air Force Base. t \ !: '
for the crossing by the mill, Our people can not be left alone, ) , "'Q ,
and I saw the lights a-glowing The spirit of the king must lead them on. Questionnaires, in cooperation -, . '\V.W.f_ _
in our town below the hill. In the words of the King... "I had a dream" with the Homestead pLserviceGO; :. ., ::: :,:
That life < '"
is <
not it
as seems, Chamber of Commerce and the
So I ran with sad heart pounding A battle between the rich and poor; Transit Authority, were cir- r
for I couldn't miss that train, \ An evil spirit knocking at our door. culated to 11,00 South Dade-
since once upon a moment -. Life is love and love is life Homestead residents to determine -
I had left our house of pain . I had my.dream of paradise the needs of this com i FOR
Give me wisdom to view my world, munity.
Give me courage to face its perils

Now I stand here in her garden "Stop! you angry crowds in the street!," I GREENEtItf
in the weeds up to my knees Not in the name of the king, will you su.ff'erwhere Mr.the Jack Vaughan, Managerof
FSES Perrine Office
defeat? ,
I can see the broken windows
in our house beyond the trees. For violence is certainly not the way, established the South Dade Re-
To achieve happiness in the king's day. sources Council meetings to :
I can see the roof has caved in Those of you with rifle and gun, improve communications and
splitting wide the oakwood door, Who feel this is the way justice is won; cooperation between agenciesof : .
South Dade
and red carpets green with mildew Take not the name of the king in vain, area. The
where grain rats play on the floor. For the king was not a violent man! next meeting will be held July
The king is fallen! the king is gone! 18, at Cutler Ridge Shopping

I can hear black crows a-cawing But, the spirit of his love will linger on. center
in the branches of our tree, To smear his name in bloody red y
and I feel that they are mourning Is to make a mockery of the honored dead.
for our love that could not be. He died in fashion some people said; METRO---
A cross for the Christ,he,a bullet the head. ,,"f
Now the wind has quietly joined them A victim of what he felt most wrong;
to run cold fingers through my hair, The king has finally left his throne monerNENRY
and leaves of fall resemble roses Even as he lies in stately rest,
in her garden's musky air. I know the king has stood the test.
And though we can no longer drink of his foun-

_Gene Griener tain,
Sing praises, he has been to the "top of the

.. ":" mountain." "* ..
HOME AGAIN *. JfL.. ,-
2nd Lt. Ralph N. Person, son of Mr. and
I stand here in the falling snow Mrs Johnny Person, 1090 NW 39th Street.

with star flakes kissing my cold cheeks,
and as they melt I long to go
back home again to mountain peaks ARRINOTONPd.
ON THE EVE OF rel. Ad..
There I can stand beneath a tree PD.POL.ADV.
and breathe the scent of strong clean pine,

for where home on again my is face Tennessee His love will shine. I anaked glimpsed world MORE THAN EVER WE NEED

-Gene Griener seeing a soulful purity :
and thenlooking RICHARD E.

upon the truth

Why did we dare destroy a leader, I saw
Why did we smite his stand; the
Why did we kill to stunt his striding, bloodbath GERSTEINk
Have we no love for man? of reality

When will we learn to live as brothers, the scent
When will our tongues be free; of blood
When will our ears be tuned to progress, reddens the darkness
Have we no eyes to see? and hope

How can you slay immortal coura'.: ., the sun.
How can one shoot a cause; .
-Nicki K,TruWIn.1n
How can we claim a heart's dominion,

Have we no human laws? '" .'. '0 .', ,

Where did we lose a country's conscience,*
Where did we drop the ball; THE WANT OF YOU ,
Where ware we camped as crime"out marched -

us,' Your breast feel warm !
Have we no faith at all? as fresh made bread :. !!

and where, my love, I
What must we do to tame the tempest, I rest my head .,
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What will it cost to live; to touch the pulse > ,' "..
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What say we down despair and hatred, the beat of you t: .: ,
Have we no love to give? to know the want -- ,, .: 'i
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the want of you.
Who will be first to bear his burden, '

Who will dare toss a stone; -Gene Griener 4'STATE i
Who will "out shine" his listless shadow, I
We willl! We're freedom pronel! RE-ELECT HIM "

Joseph N, Clark, Major, 04068460 .
Headquarters and Headquarters Company[ WHAT GIVING MEANT 1:

Division Supt. Comd., 1st Cavalry. Division 01"-:
IPO San Francisco 96490 You have known ATTORNEY
the giving,

fulfillment, .
TOURIST PRICES the deep content. '::" '

Ten-fifty for a dry hair-comb I did not share :
You must admit i is dear all this with you, A" .. ( PULL LEVER 9-C
t but I'm ,i tourist in your town how could I know. .

the wrong time of the year . PD. .. - - ,
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26 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 3, 1968


'. Northwesters
speakers are not
'easy to come by, and when the
' Focus opportunity to present some of
them Is offered, the public
By BRENDA JACKSON a+ should respond.
Speakers at this banquet will
be Mrs.Mayme Williams,past
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This week has been an exciting week for seniors. Mondaywas National PTA President, alsoa
"kiddie day/' all seniors were dressed as little kids; member of the Governor's ,v
Tuesday was supposed to be "dress up" day but it was cancelled Quality Education Program in
; Wednesday they had their class color day, which sen Florida, assistant principal of '
iors dressed in their class colors,beige and brown; Thursdaywill Guidance at Booker T. Wash-' ;-; .
be career day; Friday will be Student Government Day and ington Junior High School; Mr. t, :", \I, { .. ... .. w'b
is also the night of the class) play, "Are Teachers Human." Nelson Adams, head master at i J.t'
The Juniors have decided to keep their orginal prom theme; Dunbar Elementary School, > :
"Impossible Dream." who also will serve as toast- '

I The Social Studies Department is planning tour of Dade Jr._ master. The progress of the "M' "t f'J'I j' ";? .. ....
\, College's North campus on May 7 10for all Interested Juniors ' American Negro from 1768 to ';;\1"J:(' '1 a. x
planning to attend MDJ after graduation. 1968 will be shown. ,
The affair will be on Friday .' .,. 1.
Congratulations are extended to; Robert Rolle, a junior who ,
,won an Electronics Introductory Scholarship given by the University May 10, at Mays High School Accepting from Mrs. Joanne Jack, Executive Director, Dairy Council of South
'' in Goulds at 8
I of Miami. For reservations, p.m.callanyofthe Florida, the trophy for Dorsey Junior High School's top place in the 1967 Presidential
Senior, Kenth Kooks won Honorable Mention forhis poem area coordinators: Mrs. Physical Fitness Awards Program is Principal Cleopas A//gooc/// Looking on 'is
(, in Northwestern's'68flnthology Book. Annie Tillman 691.7471 T. J. Bleier, Supervisor, Health and Physical Education, Dade County.
This year Northwestern had seven first place winners,five ;
second place winners and one third place winner >in the voca- Mrs. Doc la Howell, NE 5-525,
'tloaalskills contest held at Florida A&M University Apr 19. Mr. Edward H. Hanna, 235-
Gets Presidental Physical Fitness TrophyAction
21.The 1283. Stanley- Newbold. 635- Dorsev
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Boy Counselors held their version of a "psychedelic 8767.
ball," Saturday night in te gymnasium. All PTA members in Dade was the theme of are extremely proud of teh in the U.S.A."
As expected the Bulls captured the 7AA district track meet County are urged to support the annual meeting and dinner students boyd at Dorsey: Junior Accepting the trophy, which
at Lockhard Stadium last Friday.-Northwestern had 114 points. this banquet by their presence. ofDairy Council of South High, because they out-ranked will be on display at the school
This Friday they will run the regional track meet U they have The proceeds will be used for Florida, held recently in the every other school in this Principal Allgood aaid that the
success in winning this one the Bulls are off to Gainesville for 1968 scholarships. The publicis Assembly Room of South, nation, in ;967 ,in the Physical attitude of the whole student
the state. Invited to make it a success. Miami's Dupont Plaza Hotel, Fitness Program' said Mrs. body reflects their pride in
This will be the last And action there was,from the Joanne Jack, Executive Dir- this achievement. "Lastyear,
scholarship banquet as colored fast-moving business( session ector of the Dairy Council he said,many students seemedto
Children Like Roth's. because the PTA is integrated through the dinner program unit, presenting the award ot consider our school a

which followed for almost 200 Cleopas Allgood, Principal in prison This year, a new
Mrs. Martha Williams,ban- guest. their physical fitness tests studetn
look On grumbled because they
Negro History quet chairlnanWilliaroA. than in any other single school brag too much!"
of President
Report HeneryB.
m Cooper, co-chairman, Stanley
Mrs. Rosebelle Roth, a Miami hook formtbe school board Newbold, program chairman, Pow ae 11 included news
Beach resident, thought could do something with it. Mrs. Queen E. Armstrong about his trip to National Dairy PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE
that a book about Negro history president. Council's conference held in / WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTY

stories of Negro heroes, Last August the first edition Richmond, Va., where filled t ti:o CUSTOM MADE
would interest Negro children, of the book came out from the COMING SOONII! milk and imitation milk were PLASTIC FURNITURE
and proceeded to get one to Scher Publishing Company of included in the program information -
gether. Miam I 1 Beach. The Office of 'MOD SPRING FLING' Ending his two
When'Mrs Roth,approached Education has seat five copies Sponsored by JESCA years in,office he received a .e etrsTAi AUftl CUAIMIAVT ,
Dr. Bert Kleiman, then assistant of the books to each state and clock mark extra fun time he a INK ION*IIIISTANT USTIN
principal at Booker T. territory school system. Tuesday, May 21 at 8 p.m., may have this year. ..ruuvUARANTIID, .... +
Washington' High School with Now tree copies are avail- Northwestern Auditorium .'(UMWMMUN.- r'; ,
An highlight of the
her manuscript she was ad able to Dade Schools, paid by important SNIP*M { '
vised to write some more. federal funds. program was presentation, of e MTIIIAUALIBI mm ,Ar! IfTIMATRnsNiaA s +
+. So, what' started as a few r The book is a series of top trophy awarded Dorsey limit' SPECIALIZING a
mimeographed pages have simple biographies of Negro' a ETRo k Junior High in recongitlon of Au mriM VIHTIIrw IN PLASTIC DAT CALL Oil
m. the school's place in 1967 SUP sEXCLUSIVELY HIOHTilouge
top ,
grown to a full sized hardcover leaders. One eighth grader of ,
J book. Booker T. Washington, who missioner in the Presidential physicalin HONJ

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Horthwasttm Silver Knights- Poverty Unit Split On Appointment 'DIAZ VIRGIN ON VACATION ISLANDSJohn

Northwastern Seven seniors Senior from Miami High acter nominated.and Leadership, char- The adoption of-a $6.7 mil- The matter- was deferred by (-birth- control) programs, A. Diaz, Miami Times'

School will.compete for Silver played, scholarshp too, lion budget for the 1968-69 fis- mutual agreement, until the which have been assumed by columnist and writer, leaves
important parts in their cal got another set-back next other i on Saturday by plane for the
Knight Awards, Thusday, being year meeting. a g e n c e s. Adding 700
nominated. All of these Tuesday because cf Internal children to the HeadStart Virgin Islands to spend a
May 9, at 8 p.m.-Dade County students hold office insonwof The failure to adopt the bud- pro-
in the disagreement in governing gram for pre-school age month with his cousin, Don
Auditorium following the get formerlly should not en-
to which they board of Smith who is official in
Dade's anti-poverty children, administered by the an the
categories: Edward Gooding, belong. The most Important danger funding for the next
agency. Board of Public Instruction. Education Department of the
music, Wilbert Raid, science; qualification is service which year, Weather ley said. The Virgin Islands.
Janet Spraggins, speech; these students have rendered preliminary figures, he said,
Diaz to MiamilastAugust
Annie Perry, citizenship; with all their energies Last month there was ,a were already in the hands of RECEIVES TRAININGSan came -
Sandra Sears, Industrial education clash in the group over the reelection the EOPI regional office in At- Antonio.AirmanLucious on his way to his native
The public is of Dr. H. Franklin Trinidad, but he could not resist -
; Gall Willingham, Invited to come lanta. Coney Jr., son of Mr.
drama. and give your moral support Williams as president of the Further budget changes and Mrs. Luc ious Coney of the temptation to stay
in what he calls his fav-
to these nominees.Mrs. Economic Opportunity Pro-
The students have ,been proposals were: 2793 NW 43rd Terr.,Miami,
selected on the basis of their Maner Paramore gram Inc. (EOPI) when a top Addition of two more day has completed basic trainingat work orable for climate The Times., and went to

achievements, which are many chairman, Silver Knight administrative aide was ap- care centers,one in Opa-locka Lackland AFB, Tex.
and which extend outside the Awards committee at North pointed. and the other in Little River.
fields in which they were western. Elimination of the mobile
After a two-hour ELECT
heated debate
dental clinic and child spacing
the EOPI Board of Directors SAXON
I Has Varied MartinENDORSED
YMCA Activities voted 14 to 10 to support METRO0mmissioner
Executive Director Richard
The Y-Teen Fashion Showat to portray the sinking of the Weatherley's selection of Phil
the University Miami this ship. A huge fishing net was Johnson as Neighborhood
past Sunday, April 28, was strung across the recreation vices Coordinator ata$11,200 BY:
sidered as a huge success.Our building and filled with large salary. Many board members .
teenagers as well as the adults and small fish. This Friday felt Johnson was unqualified THE MIAMI TIMES
have proved that Blacks and will be our May Pole Dance. and only got the Job because MINISTERS-LAYMEN VOTER
Whites can work and. participate The hall will be decorated witha Weather ley could "handle REGISTRATION COMMITTEE
together for a common large May Pole and multi him." DADE FEDERATION OF LABORAF
gain. Girls from the all White tudes of colored streamers.
of L & CIO
of the South Dade
section The attacks then shifted to
YWCA, Cubans from the Central The Hob Nobs, ages 6-11, Weatherley's budget proposal
YWCA, and Blacks from are taking swimming lessons especially in the area
the Northwest Center cooper- every Thursday and Friday of cutbacks in the number cf JUVENILE m -
ated to present the "Fashionson afternoon. There Is no chargefor aides for te 15 daycare cen- BILL McBRIDE Judge COURT DEM. LEVERlA.FPd.Pol.Ad. W "
the Go." Many friendships these lessons. However, ters. M. r.l. Adv. .
sprang up between the girls. your child must be a memberof
the YWCA to participate.The .
Music was rendered by the class is growing so fast Merchants who advertisein eeect JUDGE MILTONFRIEDMAN
Chevrons, a pop art band from that another class will have to
McArthur Douglas School, as be scheduled for Moday and
Dee Dee Lawrence of Lory's Tuesday from 4 to 5 p.m. En- The Miami Times are
Fashion Shop narrated the pa- roll your child at the YWCA
geantry of mini and midi de- and get a head start at drown-
signs. The proceeds from this proofing them. telling you they appreciate

affair will send som of the The Y-Teens have having a DADE COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT

girls to the Georgia,Alabama, Wing-Ding Splash Party Danceat doing business with COUNTY-WIDE VOTE
Florida Conference this Juneat Manor: Park Pool this com
the Shelborne Hotel in MI- ing Saturday evening, May 4, The MIAMI HERALD En- ,

ami Beach. from 7 p.m. till 10:00p.m. you. They are courteous dorsed Judge Friedman
is I invited. There ,
Friday night our"Record Everyone
saying: . "This man
Hop" will start at 8 p.m.last- will be swimming,dancing and
ing to 11 p.m.,because of day- refreshments for all. The ad- dependable. Shop where will decorate the bench."
light savibngs time. Las mission charge will be 76$per
week's 'Shlpwr ck Dance' person. See any of the YTeensfor LEVER 7-C
you !
are appreciated
was a barrel of fun. Many of tickets or buy them at the PD.POL.ADV.
the kids camo in torn clothing gate. It will be a great time.

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Raymond K. Earl J. Carroll Phil Chafetz Carlos G. Herbert Sridel

Hampson LEVER 38-H LEVER 40'G D.Torres LEVER 42-1


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to the memory of our

r i I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I beloved JAMES father ELMO and CORNELLwho brother xt 4 ( hl

entered eternal rest Apr 11

.... 25,1950."There S i ., n
IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn is no death; The stars k"-L r

loving memory of our love loving memory of our of our mother go down
; one dear mother,grandmother and To rise upon some other shore I

............'e..... ...., sister, And bright heaven's jeweled
crown _
i They shine for evermore. -
,. '. BURNS fi
\ :. who departed into eternal rest y Mrs. Theresa Walker of 711 Mrs.Evelyn F.Robinson, a
qro vALIENS \ t And ever near us, though unseen NW 1 Ct died Saturday April resident of 267 NW11
on May 3, 1961. We shall always pioneer
{ remember her kindnessand 27. She is survived by her husband St., died in the emergency
The dear immortal spirits Adona brother William of Jackson Memorial
i i x sweetness. May she rest ; room
in trend; Ambrister. Services will be Hospital April 24. She leavesa
peace. ,
if universeIs
For all the boundless
f r Mrs. Victoria Hannah, [ life there is no death." conducted Friday, May 3, at devoted husband William B.;
daughter 4 p.m. in St. Agnes Episcopal three sisters, M r s.Lillian

.,. : . /.,: George Burns, son Mrs. Naomi Cornell Church. Dean, Miami, Mrs. Olga

., Raymond Knowles, son Saunders, and Mrs. Hilda
\ .' Gooding, daughter
Little Desiree Bethel of
Bud Duncombe, brother Lottie Cornell Higgs o f Nassau; neices and
; And FamilyIN e Skinner Mrs. sister 1937 NW 60th St., died Saturday nephew: Services will be held

Z A Mrs. Florence, Cornell April 27. She is survivedby Saturday, May 4, .

II '. MEMORIAMIn Salineer sister her parents Mr. and Mrs St.Agnes Episcopal Church,

,.. George Bethel; four sister; Fr. Lambert Sands officiat
.. . loving memory of our beloved nine brothers; and other rela-

father and grandfather. .. tives. Services will beheld ing.
MRS. JESSICA SAWYERwho IN Thursday, May 2, at 1 p.m. in

departed BURROUGHSwho May 18, 1967 1960 departed this life May 3, sad but loving memory of New Shiloh Baptist Church. ,

our dear daughter, niece and
Life, sweet life, so soon to aunt Mrs. Sarah Butler of 2235!
Charleston St., Hollywood died
As we are so was she, As she Sunday, April 28. She is survived -
Let her worst, there
is shall
so we be. by two sisters Mary
", are relics of joy. May she rest in peace and Washington and Martha Floyd
of the which
But dreams past,
light prepetual shine upon her. a brother Samuel Stewart; two
she cannot destroy,
aunts Estelle Davis and Ruth
f Which came in the time of sorrow Mrs. Eunice Curry,and Mrs.,
Hanna. Services will be held
I. and care. Rosa Demeritte, daughters
And bring back the features Capt. Robert Sawyer, son, Sunday, May 5 at Mt. Pleasant
that joy used to wear. Mrs.; Merl Sawyer, daughter- AME Church of Hollywood.


; Long, long be our hearts which HOSEA DAVE James Tyler of 668NW27t

such memories filled. who departed this life April ', r..J. St., Apt. 4 died, Wednesday,

Like the vase in which roses 30,1967. IN MEMORIAMIn April 24. He issurvivedbyhiswife of
Benny F. formerly
he rest in Alberta; and other rela
have once been distilled. "May peace. sad but / Miami died in Jamaica
loving memory of fives Services will be held on N.Y.
You may break, you may shat- Mrs. Esther D. Walthour, 24 Funeral
our stepfather, and borther, 2 at on April 1968.
Thursday May 3:30
ter the vase if you will. daughter ; p.m.
services were held on Monday
But the scent of the roses will John H. Davis, son and the ..)\" ). t.... I'" I' in the chapel. April 29, and interment was

hang around it still. FamilyIN made in the Veteran's Ceme-
MRS. DAISY MAE JOYNER Mrs. Irene Deshazior of

Sadly missed by: MEMORIAMIn who departed this life April 1714 NW 2nd Ave., died Friday tery in New York.

John Burroughs, husband 30, 1966. April 26. She is survived by;

Llllie Mae Hart, daughter memory of our dear hus- May she rest in peace,and her husband Frank; a sister BAIN'S FUNERAL HOME

Mary B. Hence, daughter band, father, grandfather and light perpetual shine upon her. Ezabell Cheson; two brothers;

.I{ James Culmer, son uncle \ James and Dan Baker. Services Funeral services for Mrs.

Hiram Culmer, son Mrs. Augusta Clark, mother Saturday, May 4,at 10:30( Theresa Cooke of 5830 SW 59

..' John Burroughs, son The Family am in the chapel. St., South Miami who died

Oswald Burroughs, son and April 26, at Baptist Hospitalwill

;: other relatives and friends. be held Tuesday, at 11
John P. Ball of 2960NW70thTer
I RANGE a.m. from St. John Baptist in
., died Saturday April 21.
5 Howard Fla. Rev. C. M. Howard
: I N MEMORIAM He is survived by his father, -
Leroy Brown of 430 NW 72 officiating. Survivors
'. of who departed this life, April Sr.j; four brothers include a daughter Lois Jones
In sad but loving memory Lane died, Friday, April 26. Eddie, Raymond, McCarthurand ;
our beloved son 25, 1967. Survivors include two daugh- two grandchildren, and other
It is not death to die, Chester Jr.; three sisters; relatives.
ters Jennifer and Geraldine a
t ; Janie Redell and Aileen. Final
\ To leave this road
'..' son Leory Jr.; four brothers, rites
!.I V And mid brother hood onl will be held Savannah,
'v.- Services for Eddie Bowens
Harry James Jessie and ,
l ', ::. high, Eddie; three sisters Dorothy, of 1217 NW 8th Ct., Florida

l' To be at home with God. Gertrude, and Ida.Services City, who died April 23, will

ELDER JOSEPH E. will be held Friday, May 3, at be held Tuesday 1 p.m.from
It is not death to Argustus Williams of 1200
RAH MING 1 p.m. in the chapel. St. Matthews Holiness Church
Aside this sinful dust NW 72 St., died Saturday,April!
who departed this life April with Rev. J. S. Davis, officiating -
And rise on strong, exciting 27. He is survived by his wife<
24, 1962. Mrs. Loretha Rowe of 2283 Survivors include his
Six years have passed since wing, NW 86 Ter., died Friday,April Wanda; his parents, Mr. and parents Mr. and Mrs. Ulus
Mrs Homer Scott Services
To live
.\ you have left us.You are gone, among just. 26. She is survived by her husband Bowens; four brothers; three
' Saturday May 4 at 3:00 in the<
/ :
I I III but not forgotten. Sleep on and Joseph; three daughters sisters; one grandfather, anda

take your rest. We love you, Christina Lewis, Zeldora Ross, Josephine Williams Triumph Church. host of other relatives.
but Jesus loves best. stepdaughter
you and Elizabeth Rowe; a
Rebecca Milligant and Eve Mrs. Ernestine Ross of 1370( Services for Minus Miltonof
Edith A. Rahming, wife son Nathaniel; two brothers,
/ \ Irene E. Beverly, daughter Solomon, sisters. Fred and Nathaniel Washington NW 67th st., died Friday,April 222451 SW 11 Ave.,Goulds,

J""...,.. .,, .. ,,,{!1V ;:!'Y Vera A Ward, daughter ; a s i s t e r Bessie Coffee 26. Survivors include five sisters will be held Wednesday, at 3

Dorothy V. Cooper, CARDS OF Services, Saturday, May 4, at Mattie, Mary, Gladys,, p.m. from the Church of Christ
daughter THANKSThe 1:00 p.m. in New Hope Baptist Gertrude, and Rebecca; three Written In Heaven.Remains:

ALVIN TYRONE WRIGHT Isabell Homes, dughter Church. sons, L. C. Ricky, andSteve;; will repose after 2pmTues-

who died April 30. Jeremiah Rahming, son family of the late four brothers, David, Albert, day. Among survivors are his
Wf- Freeman and James Services wife Ethel and a host of nieces
Sweet are the memories) that Joseph Rahming, Jr., son GEORGE TURNER I IiI
never fade of one we loved,but Rev. Ennnuel R1hmfng, son I I Saturday, May 4, at 4 p.m. inthe and nephews.Mrs. .

ould never save. Nehemiah Rahming, son wish to thank everyone for chapel.

Always in our hearts.Mr. Jacob Rahming cards, telegrams, and flowers Rosa M, Davis aresi-
sent them during the dent of Florida for the past 44

and Mrs. Williams H. IN MEMORIAMIn hours of their bereavement.Also Mrs. Mary Faison 637 SW years and who lived at 635 \

Wright, parents the Hospitality, Leech 6th Ave.,died Friday,April 26, Lucy St., died April 27, at

four brothers, two sisters, memory of our deirly:! beloved Art Culture, Social Saving She Is survivedbyher husband Jackson Hospital. She is survived -

grandparents, uncles, sister and aunt Clubs, tie neighbors of 57 St., Nathaniel; four daughters, by her husband James;

aunts, and cousins. CATHERINE A. PEDICANwho St. Veronica Chapter, Churchof Mary[ Mattie, Florine, and seven; sons, James, 0. D.,An-
Transfiguration for their i Nancy; brothers, Steven, drew, Arthur,Roman,Gilbert,

: H.' 1963.departed ths life May 5, kindness. Father Sands for his Thomas, Jake, Samuel, and and Eddie C.; six daughters,

words of comfort,and the staff Isaiah; six sisters Lizzie, Ziegler I Nora, Dell, Allene
There is a land of pure delight Emma
IN MEMORIAM Mattie Susie Edith
Rahmings Mortuary for Ferguson, M Hunter and
Where saints emortal reign their efficient service. Your and Sarah. Services Tuesday, dance 27
Boyd; grandchildren -
: In memory of our mother, Eternal: day excludes the night kindness will never be forgotten. May 7, atl pm in New Coven- ; five sisters; three bro-

grandmother, and great And pleasures banish pain. ent Baptist Church of Home- thers, and nieces and nephews.
Bright fields beyond the swelling stead.Infant.
grandmother, flood stand Services will be Thursday at
Mrs. pearl Turner, wife Robert Wiggins of 1837 NW 12 noon from St. Paul Baptist
CLARA GILBERTdied Dressed in living greenSo
to the Jews fair cannon Juanita Fennell 3rd Ave., Apt. 6, died Friday, Clinton Neal Lewis of Church: in Homestead. There

April 29, 1954, laid to rest stood Doreen Williams, daughter April 26. He is survived by his 2170 NW 41 St., died Sunday, will be no viewing following

ay 8. While Jordan rolled between. Cleveland Turner widow, Florence; two daughters April 28. He is survived by hismother services in church. ,
; Giffit Turner, brothers Barbara Gait or, and 9
t Sleep on dear mother. We Isabelle Rolle Paula Sharon; grand parents
Wiggins two
love butJesus love you: May her soul rest in peace ; sisters Mr and Mrs. S. P. Lewis; five Services for Peter Jenkingof
you Rose McDonnel Katie Green and Willie Sutton
and the light perpetual shine ; aunts and uncles. Serviceswere 3240 Douglas Rd., will beheld
Rowena Turner sisters nieces and
nephews Services
her. held Saturday, atlla.m.inthe +
upon Tuesday April 30
five grandchildrenandother Saturday, May 4, at 2:30: p.m. at 10 a.m. in the chapel. Remains will repose
Sadly missed by the Family The family relatives. in the chapel. chapel alter 2 p.m. on Friday.


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HOUSE OF ALBERT John Henry Mills 4816 Mrs. Anna Reed, 12030 SW :'. "fi(.. '.: ,
21 Ave. 220th St. Goulds died April .., ":
died April 22.Among <; \1;
Nelson Merchant, 1265 NW survivors are one brother 20. Among survivors are son A.thi'AMU
71 Ter., died April 19.Among Costa; three sons, Michael, George Brown and other relatives I. . ':'t' !'J"
survivors are brother George, John Henry Jr., Jeffery; four Services were held Sa- ,% ':. "
sister Mrs. Blanch White; daughters Lucille,Valarie, turday from perrie chapel. .
sister-in-law, Mrs. Elizabeth Beatrice ."s
Victory; nieces,and w
Merchant; nieces and ne- nephews. Services were held Dennis Gray, 6706 NW 18th f
phews. Services were held in Saturday from St. Marks Bap. Ave., died April 22. Among
the chapel. tst Church. survivors are parents, wife,
Gloria; three sisters, Julia A.
Smith, Johnnie M. Welch,
Betty J. GrayonebrotherGeorge ;
; step-father Tony
Thrash; grandmother. Ser-
i vices were held in the chapel.

Mrs. Rosa Lee Edwards,
14820 Buchanna St. Richmond I

Heights, died April 16.Among ._ J i ,
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survivors are husband Joshua
four children, Anthony Rickie, COEDS CHAT WITH THE GENIUS Four Florida A&M University coeds
Beradine, Aurey Edwards;one received a rare opportunity to chat with the genius of soul music recently after Ray
sister, Mrs. Robertha Jack- Charles performed in concert In Gaither's Gymnasium on the FAMU campus. The
son; nephew Aaron Perkins; coeds (I.,) Meriam Robinson
August, Ga.; Peggy Jones, Miami; Bessie Pittman and
niece, Theresa. Services Saturday Shelia Wright, Tallahassee.
May 4, at 2 the

Mrs. Lula Bell Joyce, 726 60 ..LiiNTl
t&: NW 27th St., died April 28.
r Among survivors is a dear I
friend Mrs. Katie McKay.Arrangements -

v .r ii are incomplete.Mrs. j-

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ACCOMPLISHMENT Geneva Bennett, 853 7
44.1 SW 7 St., died April 29.Among I WELTtbS\;\ t;
survivors are husband, Carl; .
three brothers, George, R. G.
1, ()UNT'l"-'W1DE: :Y: 0 T ..., : and Robert Rhodes;two uncles s .Gj)
one aunt; nieces and nephews ,
Arrangements are incompleteEddie I I 5 S '
,..... .,
.a. +
llf,2.( '( b"M ''j Smith, 2511 NW 165th
; St., Opa-locka, died April 29.
.... v M
,/\ /II8 \ Among survivors are three

= .u-ZZi-N' for Sons, Oppia, Wallace, and ,
Charlie; two daughters Mattie
E. B."GENE". Isreal, Essie Allen; one sis-
BEESEDISTRICT ter Mrs. Gertrude Evans.Ar- ::* loMHM: .

rangements are incomplete. xflifaMfHP e .
Nero Keels, 10431 SW 151st
Ter., Richmond Heights, died _ ; <* BOX l>(? BUEKA VIST;* ST :*ION; Ml AM> #t* 33 1 37 I
April 28.Among survivors are
wife, Julia; two sisters Virgie

Williams two brothers, Eula Colliangton Tommie; The Commission Needs A Man

Bucksy; two grands; nine

grant complete.grands.'Services are in- Who Gets Things Done

Elliott Strickland, 1556 NW
62 Ter., died April 28.Among ...
survivors are two sisters,
Ethel Carson and Lorene Vin- ,
son. Arrangements are in-

Kater Whiddon, 1319 NW 68
+ St., died April 30. Among sur-
k, vivors are mother Anna Bell;
three sister Alice Murry,
Frankie Gables, Beatha
y James. Arrangements are incomplete -
P3 "
Phillip Hilton of 1019NW
66th St., died in Jackson Hos-
41 pital, April 25. His survivors w
include one daughter, Laura;
E.: B. "Gene BEES! one grandson Phillip; one sis-

ter, Mrs. Hilda Bullard
HIS PLATFORM Nassau; two nephews,Charles BEN
and Godfrey Bethel
Hilton, ;
of Matt Tramit System
1. IMMIOIATE development
two nieces, Etta Clark and
2. STOP abuses of soiling laws
Joan Hepburn. Services were
3. INSTALL Respect for Law and Order
held Tuesday, from St. Agnes SHEPARDCounty
4. PROMOTE tourism and new Industry through
additional airport facilities Episcopal Church.
S. EXPEDITE Improvements to our Highway and

,. STRICT Expressway enforcement systems of noise abatement and RICHARDSONWalter Commission Dist. 2
laws ,
anti-pollution Williams of 1375 NW
HIS BACKGROUND 2nd Ct., died April 30 at his
" Dado County resident and taxpayer for 22 years residence. He is survived bya At Large
Married to Esther L. Siindln for 35 year. One brother Charlie, and wife
daughter Mrs. Sandra Whltfleld teacher Dado Mary. Services will be held
County school system Saturday, at 2 p.m. in the ENDORSED BY: .
"Top 10" Award as "Aviation Man of Year- chapel.
Instrumental In establishment of Inter-Foith Chapelat MIAMI HERALD
International Airport
Past Lt. Goy. Kiwanis Florida District METRO MIAMI NEWS
Past President Kiwanis Club of Miami International \ ( MIAMI TIMES ..


Mason Member Shriner Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce and CO'" DADE COUNTY CITIZENS COMMITTEE

Aviation and Space Council A. L. "DOC" KARSTEN
South Florida Hemophilia FoundatlollChalr"o
Past President
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:( i, '" ,: 1 :}I-v ST. JAMES Greater New Bethel

'. I' q. Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastor
.,,.t. ? 4 i': 'A ;: "" 'ft"J" ,1 ", '.'" r.t' ,',":/ Joseph Men's Marshall Day ,will reporterOur be held Women Raise $5,568.00MRS.

,. Sunday, May 26. They are

working hard and planning to
I make this the best day in the

.\I", history of our church. Mr.
. Dallas Stroud is chair man and

., Mr. William Bur roughs Jr.,
., ,.I .
' : v -' co-chairman. The captainsare ,
f.V seeking your full support,
\ 1
I.., rES '. so when they contact you "" "" \
M .' .
please act accordingly. \ t
; Mrs. Dorothy Bryant and the

April-ites thank you for your

; support during the month. Let t

! us give Mrs.Carrie Lawrenceand

May-ites our full support.

Iii I tt Iou Jn CMjurd} urhtt will pa.The, our be held delegates General in Philadelphia Conference are Rev,

F. E, Sneed, and Mr. Willie PERKINSThe MRS. ROBINSONfor

r"S j MT. CARMEL ST. JOSEPH'S GRACERev. Scott.The Hospitality contest was members are rejoicingand the honor bestowed upon
thanking God for the spiritual -
'\ won by Mr. Willie Daniels of them.

1\ Rev. D. A. Bradley,pastor Bishop W. L. John, minister W. F. Savoy, pastor 1936 NW 71st Street. and financial success of The pastor, chairman Mar-

} '' ,, We are inviting you to our Mrs. E, Dunn, reporterOur Our thanks to the United OR- Our Quarterly Conferencewas their 16th Annual Women's Jorie Perkins, co-chairman,
.v .\ services Sunday the first Sun- held Friday night. All Day. Mr s. M. M. Sutton the Wilene Robinson are humbly
of pallbearers
I day in May to have communion pastor returned to the Lodge boards and clubs made excel- morning speaker, spoke from grateful for the fine spirit of
pulpit after a brief illness we Terry Colebrook, president,
with theme "Women from God
us.Don't. the
i lent reports to our Presiding reigned
and zone one Mrs.Louise Edwards
tohavehimre- ,
were delighted
forget on the second chairman for the, Elder, Rev. J. A. Roberts of with ,a Message." Mrs. J. A. throughout the months of preparation :
I Sunday No. One Usher Board turn.Many Rainbow, the North Miami District. boykin spoke from the subject for this program.
Tea and Fashion Showof
'i will have Calendar Tea at the don't know where we last Sunday afternoon. This; Mr. Louis Sparks and Usher "Spiritual Poverty." Both Thanks also for the fine performance -

';!(( home of Brother and Sister are now located and we desire was followed by a delightful Board No. Three presents a messages were thought pro- of the usher boards.
program -
1\\ Gaines 5911 NW 11 Ave from that you know. Our location is voking and powerfully delivered. -
play by the senior class i Teenage Social at the Bonded Special thanks to the choirs
, ; 3:30 to 5:30 Refresh- 217 NW 8th St. Mrs. Carrie B. Donnellwas
' : : p.m. highs at 730. Congratulationsto I Collection Agency, 4120 NW 7 and director Mrs. Evelyn But-

#\ \ ments will be served to represent On Sunday, May 12 we shall one and all; and keep up the, Avenue, Friday, May 3, from crowned' Mrs. Greater ler for composing the Wo-
each month. expect. all members to meet usa good work! 8:00 to 12 p.m. New Bethel for raising the men's Day song.

r f Don't forget our Men's Day t the Taberhncle Interdenominational To our sick and s hut- ins highest amount $793.52.. ;
: Will you bring a friend to, Sunday May 12, the Young
;l i will be the fourth Sunday in Baptist Churchin "Make whatever changes are Mrs. Berta Childs raised the
church this Sunday? You can[ Women Auxiliary will
'! May, we are looking forward the concluding services of because will bei second highest of $660.06. sponsor
,' to seeing you. There will also their grp:":.>pening'. The Rev. help us fill every pew at wor-i a necessary happier person, if God you is hap- Third prize went to Mrs. Eli- a Mrs.Mothers Day Tea at 3 p.m.

. be a Tea at the home of Sis- Dr. James Harris is the min- ship, both morning and even with zabeth Johnson for raising the Marjorie Perkins will be
" ) ter Nancy Butler the second ister. ing. At the 11 a.m.service,ware e, py you. third highest amount of the speaker..

'7 Sunday in behalf of the No. One having Holy Communion, $494.22. Miss Adelaide Mrs. Ruby Williams is ill at
" X Choir. The Rev. J.Jones from Our bishop will deliver the with the sermon topic: "How FRIENDSHIP Levarity was crowned Jr. home. Brother Arthur vickersis

:'(. Greater New Bethel deliveredthe message. Many outstanding Can We Recognize the True 1 Rev. J. E.Jenkins,pastor Queen for raising the sum of confined in Palm Spring
soloist and well wishers "
message for us on last Sun- are Doctrine? From Timothy,, Ruby Lee Carr, reporter 18318. We are grateful to General hospital recovering F
: day evening. included on this program. chapter four. At 7:30 p.m. we We want our members and these ladies for their effort, from burns he received from r

Remember the sick and This Sunday at 11 a.m. will will have an appreciationservice friends to know the bus is ex- however, much credit is due to an accident on the Job.Pray for :'

shut-ins andthosewhohave be our Holy Communion, at for the United Presby- pected to operate on the same their respective auxiliaries and visit the sick and shut-ins.

f lost some of their love one's 7:30: p.m. will be our Conse- terian Women. schedule next Sunday so be

.; Visitors are'always welcome cration Prayer worship. ready to come to Church. Our DRAKE MEMORIAL JORDAN GROVE
service will be conducted on

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;! w 1 Rev. W. H. in A time.We The Deacons for their are gratefultomembers financial Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe
; ri
I', Washington ; will have ga- support they gave them on Deacons and Deaconess
at the
thering home Brother
wish to thank the persons who
their First

: I Special Mothers Day Recital j and Sister, May Carl 4, at Rembert 8 p.m., Saturday the- the Rev.ordination Anniversary.The L. R. Ross sermon preached ,Anniversary participated. la their 10th

i I. The Women's Day commit- peared in major roles in many song. fttv. Washington has appeared address this will is be 5616 sponsored NW 5th by Ct.the, last Sunday when Mr. Hardeewas The YWA invite. you to be

: tee of Mount Olivette Baptist 'operas, including, down in the for three consecutive church at large please support ordained a Deacon of their guest on this Sunday, May

Church, 1450 NW 1st Court, Valley, lost in the Stars, and years in the Christmas this it is for our Building Fund. Drake Memorial.Deacon Har 5 from 4 to 6 p.m. for a tea at
'i proudly presents Rev.William the Devil and Daniel Webster.' Amafeal and Night Visitors in The president of the Pas- dee was happy to see many of the home of Brother and Sis

H. Washington In a special Mo- Rev. Washington has been ac- tha Garden of the Lord at St. tor's Aid Club, Sister Essie his friends present at the or- ter Brown at 800 NW 49th St.

4 theIS' Day Recital, Sunday, calimed by many critics as the James Lutheran Church in Bush along with all our mem danation service. The No. One Usher Board

May 12, at 4 p:m. possessor of a Golden Voice. Coral Gables. He has been In ber's wish to thank all who The pastor, officers, and will have a dinner sale at the

I Rev. Washington, upon He devotes his singing to the ranch demand for concerts in participated on the members are grateful to Rev. church this Saturday.You may

,\ graduating from Booker T. purpose of creating a feelingof local churches.Rev.Washington and to Mrs. Susie Jones program our, P. W, Williams andcongregation call for delivery at 751-6378

Washington High School, estacy and religious unionof $ will be accompanied by guest speaker she was a won for letting them have bap- or stop by and be served in our

attended Dillard University at patience in the audience. Mrs. Marsha Campbell. derful speaker.Our tism services at their church dining room. Brother Bannis-

New Orleans, Florida A&M After having been a witness tothis last month Five converts ter is president.
deepest to
confrontation Mrs. Campbell and Rev. sympathy There will be an installation
University, and the Interdenominational religious were added.
Mary F. Thomas in the
Theological you feel that he has delivereda Washington are employed by loss of her brother inAshburn We extend our sympathy ceremony on Tuesday, May 7
Seminary in Atlanta. He ap- tremendous message in Dade C 0 u n t y School Board. Georgia.Our Sister Delores McKinnon.Heraunt at 8 p.m. in which our own

___n___ _____ _____ This will undoubtedly be one of was Rev Douglas Cook will be in-
buriedApr from
and get well ,
\ prayers
the events of the
year. stalled. Within three month
: CHRISTIAN MT. OLIVETTERev. Please tickets wishes to all who are ill,Visitors St. Francis Catholic Church.
purchase your period we have been blessed
are always welcome to The Boy Scouts are thanking ,
FELLOWSHIP early. You may do so by con-
with 78 new members.Rev.W. .
I. C Micldns services. the followingmen
,pastor our
tacting member of Mt.011- ,
any K. Smith will deliver the installation
Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor : Brother Richardson,
M. L. Nixon, reporterThe The women are making final vette. Donations $1,00.EBENEZCZ Brother Tripp, Brother message. The entire:

Trustee Board is asked preparations for making May CHRISTIAN SCIENCE i Gamble and Deacon Perkins church family is asked to be;

please attend their meet 19, thebiggestandbestintheir "Everlasting Punishment" ]for helping them at their first present.
history. Mrs. Laura Brown The Deaconess Board will
ings. Sister Bethel and is the subject of this week's Camporee.
Allen at home from the and co-chairman, Mrs Rose Please sponsor a Mother's Day pro-
are Rev. A. D. Hall, Sr., pastorE. Bible Lesson to be read in all remember to visit
Green, Mrs. Bessie Johnson and gram on M o th e r' s Diy May
hospital. Sister Delancy is Ingram, reporterThe Christian Science Churches pray for the sick and shut- ,
still ill at home. The Home and Miss Gwendolyn Robinson, this The Golden ins. 12, at 3 p.m. All mothers are :
Sunday. Text
Mission meets with her every youth chairman, are leaving no Ninth Annual Calendar asked to come out and be hon- "
from Psalms sets the theme
Rally closed last :
;. Wednesday, at 6 p.m. please stones unturned. Theyhave Monday "Unto the upright there ored on your day.
; find time to attend.Don't selected as their morning night with the total amount NEW MT.. MORIAH Anyone desiring to represent -
.. ariseth light in the darkness
raised 518291. The month of
speaker Mrs. MaedonBul- a state in the State
to Rally
neglect going prayer
December won with eleven . .Surely shall not be mov- Rev A. L. Shipp, pastor
service, Bible study, choir lard, and the theme for the day may pick the state of your
ed forever
the righteous shall Evelyn Souter
members : reporterWe
paying $25.00 each.
rehearsals, and usher board "Christian Women a Pillar of choice The Rally will con-
The month's of everlasting remembrance are happy to announceour
", meeting. Ushers will meet at Strength in a Weakening April,July,and clude on Sunday, May 19, at 3
November each had eight The Bible Lesson also pastor is home and doing
the home of Sister Mildred World.
members reporting $25.00 includes passages from fine. You may visit or call him. p.m.For
Francis, 1617 NW 67th Street. On Friday, May 3, at 8pm. each. The pastor and stewards "Science and Health with Key We want to thank Mrs. any information co-

Your payment vows have the climax of the Baby Contest wish to thank the members and to the Sc r iptures" by Mary Ruthie McDonald, Mrs. Sallie cerning our Women's Day,you

been organized into seven come out and vote for your favorite friends for their financial con- Baker Eddy, among which is Carline, Rev. Albert Jackson, may see Sister MaryBrownwho \
:, groups and you will be contacted is acting as chairman
contestant. A fine the Mrs. .
pro- tribution to the rally following: "Mortals move Myrtice Murray, Mace-
: to see In which group you gram has been planned for onward toward good or evil as donia Choir, Brown's Chapel,

;: will participate. The pastor is your enjoyment. The pastor took a Jet to the time glides on. If mortals are New Hope ushers, Kelly's

; expecting every member to On Saturday the women will General conference of the not progressive, past failures chapel, Bethany ushers, Mrs. ST. MATTHEWS

; belong to a group. Your vow have dinners, conch fritters Methodist Church, which con- will be repeated until all wrong Shirley McNair and all who Rev. A. Randall

visitor will visit you weekly or and potato pies on sale at the vened In D'lllas., Texas. work is effaced or rectified. participated and attended during Annie Vassar pastor (
is must that reporter j,
monthly.cooperate. a you church. Call 373-0642 and 1 Sunday, the first Sunday of If at present satisfied with our Women's Day,to make The church will observe it's ;

\ place your orders. wrong doing, we must learn to it a success.Total raised,$1- Anniversary the third :.
Many thanks to our visiting May the Holy Communion will Sunday
loathe it. If at 625.02.
present content
; worshippers. You are always On Sunday, May 12,which is be administered. The combined in this month All membersare
with idleness we must become auxiliaries
welcome. Rev. Lester C. Albert Mothers' Day the women will choirs will be at their best. are asked to requested to pay the sum S
dissatisfied wth it. The m a k e "
public monthly
i was an appreciated guest present Rev. William H. The public is always welcometo is invited to attend and listen Sunday report of $2.00 each. ;
in at Ebenezer. On morning. Everyone is invited to attend !I
:: speaker in te morning ser- Washington a recital. to WMBM at 1:45 to Let us continue
vice. This Sunday, May 5, being Tuesday night the Golden Glee p.m. our prayersfor our services each Sunday. ,I
the radio
The )
: Continue prayers Jor the the first Sun<.ay is Communion Circle 1 will be in charge of program, Bible our pastors other sick intercessory prayer is held '
: Speaks to You, Sunday to the shut-ins; bereaved
,:. men In Vietnam and mankindof Day and all choirs will sing class meeting. Let us not for- and those each Sunday. ,
; \ the universe.;' ., jointly. get the sick and shut-ins. Within the Church."Finding" Healing the are armed always services.welcome.Visitors Don't families.L forget the. sick and bereaved -

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J. Harris, minister guest speaker at several of the

E. Onell, reporter leading churches here. He'sa
graduate of the Union Baptist
Million To fight SlumsThe officers and members
Seminary of Birmingham,
to be
you part
Ala., where he received his

United Methodist racuse, president of a national v The worship.of this church The will grand be Doctor of Divinity.

Church, in its conference in division of the United Metho- E. Mt. May 5. at 11 a.m. We This newly organizedchurch
Dallas, Texas, last Thursday, dist Board of Mission,said one 1140 NW located at700NW2ndAve., will continue its grand
planned an extensive' two- of the aims of the program is scene selected minister is for- opening service throughout the

pronged attack on slums and to involve three groups of people State Tea the pastor of the Taber- week and conclude on Sunday,
their causes. : "The black community, k men of Baptist of the United May 12, at 3 p.m. There'll be

According to the plan, the the poor of every ethnic group, day, May Church of New York various churches choirs and
Methodists 'will give $20 million and the youth." Some ministers taking part in this
in the near future towarda Bishop Mathews said he was high s c h affair. The concluding service
four -year program to aid hopeful the program would be guest becoming a resident of will be rendered by the Bishop
the poor directly-particularly adopted because "There is a choir city, he connected with the Willie Little John and his con
Negroes in the city ghettos different mood today not only Mrs. providence Baptist gregation. We shall be very
.- for housing, Jobs,educationor in the country as a whole but in vide the and there served for a grateful for the support of all
anything else which might this conference. C.H. Smith Pastor Each time as organist of the denominations, to come and

help them achieve"person-. "It is a very encouragingnew Minnie Hunter, reporterThe be Two Choir. At present he share with us our worship.The .
hood" mood." Evergreen Missionary Antioch the organist of the First sons of Jericho will be

Bishop James K. Mathews of Some delegates felt that the Church is temporarily locatedat The lady Cathedral Church. He's in Gospel Concert on Sunday,
Boston, who headed the com- cost was too much. to ask at 1701 NW 69th St.We render amount active in his religious May 19, at 8 p.m. the public is
mittee present the plan this time when the total budget services every second and crowned. Md has been the invited to attend.

said, it is "not drastic of the church is being increased fourth Sundays of each month. Rev. P.
enough" to meet the over- 20 per cent and the National On May 3, the choir will tor. MT. SINAI
whelming need, but "it is Board of Missions and other sponsor a Musical program,
a start." church agencies are already at 8 p.m. You are cordially invited Rev. C. Albury, pastor r
involved in some similar pro- to attend.A Patricia Austin, reporterOur Rev. C. J. Burncy,pastor
The second phase of the pro- grams being proposed in the sale is being sponsoredby Rev. W. pastor delivered an in- Arsula Edwards,reporterThe

gram calls for establishing the quadrenial emphasis project. the Choir, also, on May 4, Loraine service at the St. Lord's Supper will be
United Methodist Voluntary There was also some objections beginning at 12:00: a.m. Come The AME Church Sunday served in our evening service
Service a Peace Corps --not expressed on by and patronize them by en- asking all He would like to thank this Sunday.
like organization to provide the floor--about the proposedfree Joying some delicious food be present members of Mt. Sinai for Remember Mothers Day is
young people to work on pro- rein given Black Power Deacon G. W. Smith, presi- for our cooperation. May 12. We should always remember -
jects in slums or. other needy and other similar groups to May 5, Conference will be held our mother in some-

areas. use the church funds without dent.Rev.. Torrence and congre- School at 8:00: p.m., Come way.Consecration
Bishop W.Ralph Ward of Sy- direct accountability. gation will render services at Morning see what is happening in hour of prayer -

our church, May 7, Tuesday, 5:30 p.m. church. each Sunday; at 5:00 a.m.
beginning at 8 p.m. Your attendance 7:00 p.m. Prayer is the key to God, Prayer service each Tues-
ST. MARY ST.. PAUL will be greatly appre- Our you turn it by attending day, at 7:30 p.m. Everyone is

Rsv. T. C. Kelley, pastor ciated. prayers meeting Thursday, at invited to each of these ser-
Rev. H. V. Stuart pastor
Mary Amos, reporterThe Our pastor Is asking all families . vices.
A. E. Bethel, reporterMen's pastor Rev T. C. members to accompany him Leslie Everyone Is invited to wor- Continue in prayer for our
Diy was: a great suc Kelley, chairman, Mr.George to Bethlehem Baptist Churchthe band, with us at all times. sick, shut-Ins, and bereaved.

cess. The chairman Brother Williams, co-chairman, Rev. first Sunday morning, May lost her Remember our sick and
Wallace would like to
Hanson A. C. Tunner would like to 5, to render services. Queen in your prayers. See
thank everyone who helped to thank the members and friends mother.A in church. GLENDALE
make it-* this way. Special visit
for making their 23rd annual
thanks to Mr. Nelson Adams Men's Day.and over whelming CHRIST EPISCOPALFr. cheer our Rev. Joseph C. Coats, pastor

Sr., the morning speaker, the success. We are also gratefulto while they SHILOH Rutha M.Harrington,reporter

Male Chorus of Temple Bap- God for his divine guidancein T. R. Gibson, rector Rev. A. M.Griffin,pastor The WMU observed Its fifth
tist Church for beautiful music our gigantic undertake. Let Antionette Silva, reporterSt. Cheryl English, reporter year of work Sunday,April 27.
during the morning worship. us not forget that he is the giv- Theresa's Guild is spon- Pastor's Aid meeting will be Our guest speaker was from
May God bless each of you. er of every good and perfect soring a Mother's Day Tea and Rev W. the home of Sister Elam, Mt. Memorial WMU.She spokeon
Sunday, May 5 is the first gift. We are happy to report Fashion Review. This affair Donnella invited."T the "Requirements for the

Sunday, Communion will be that we the men- raised$7-: will be held on Sunday, May= The No. The No. One Usher Board Missionary Vacation."
served all Joint chors 12 at 4'pm oh the church
day. 067.64. soring a having a Fish FrySaturday, Those wishing to attend the
and usher boards will serve all Our pastor left Sunday night lawn. The guild would like for 10, at the at the home of Sis.Joseph "Leadership School for Mis-,
day. Let us not forget Mothers all of to out and en-
after the program for Phila- you cy. NW 55th Terrace. sion" in Pompano, May 24.
Day,on May 12. delphia our prayers went with Joy yourself. son and $ Saturday, at 2 p.m.there Please contact WMU presidentMrs.
We are thankful to God to him for a safe trip, he is attending Monday, Fr. Gibson, Mrs. may pur be Red C Ire 1 e and Sun- HarringtonatCE 5-4645.
know that Brother Duncombe the General Confer- Cash and Marie Cash attended from any Band meeting.
and Sister Florence Clarkeare the funeral of Bishop Loutit's that Men's
ence. I'm Don't forget Day
out of the hospital. But, Let us not forget "Love wife In Orlando. The entire friends the fourth Sunday in May. CRUSADER
Brother Thomas Pole Bethelis Feast" Friday night. Plan now church extends their deepest namic Conference will be Friday Rev. C. Dixon, pastor
still in Jackson Hospital.Let sympathy.Get Flossie Marshall reporter
to attend church all day Sunday,( our at 8 p.m. ,
us continue to pray and In the absence of our pastorlet well wishes are extended Mrs. Be a Let us all remember to visit Along with the pastor we are
visit all our sick and shut-ins. us throw our arms aroundour to Mr. Clarence Bethel. Mrs. Mad pray for the sick and shut- planning a get together, May 12
A card or phone call will helpto assistant pastor Rev.Tun- The church choir will attenda sure the at 3:30 p.m. Sunday, with the

cheer them up. ner and carry on as if the pas- song festival on May 3, at to raise young people of the commun-
We were happy to have members tor was here. Beth Am Temple at 7'30 p.m. in the ity, to make plans to work together -

of St. Barnasas Churchand Let us not forget our sick: This festival Is entitled "Sing Many GREATER BETHELOn in the community.Our .
Culraer of Nassau America and will Sunday School is
Rev. and shut-ins and say a spec- Out For who did
worship with us on Sunday. ial prayer for their recovery. Include the singing of many pa- We still May 19,the Gospel Choir growing larger each Sunday,
Parents let us not forget to triotic songs. members Greater Bethel AME Church everyone is welcome to wor-
send our children to Sunday and at Choir No.Two of St.James ship with us each week,at 2375

School at 9:30: a.m. GREATER NEW MACEPONIARev. : Church will be featured NW 65th Street.
Remember visitors are always -
a Battle of Songs at St.

welcome Roscoe Jackson,pastor Rev. J. B.Garmon,pastor 1845 N W 65th Street. 23,000 NEW HOUSING-
Willie J. Beard, reporterWe jean Townsend, reporter is an annual affair which UNITS NEEDEDA
TEMPLE BAPTIST are happy that the Lord Friday night was our second Rev. P. bigger and better each citizens committee called
enabled us to have a succes- Quarterly Conference with Gloria and is held after the last Wednesday for Florida's

Baptism and the Lord's Sup- sful revival and added to the presiding Elder F. A. Allen. The J. service. Congressional delegation to
per will be administered dur- church. Let's not stoppraying Our pastor left for the Gen- Seminar Come out and support your support the proposed $2.35

ing the morning service Sun- because the revival is over, eral Conference in Philadelphia Luke_ p ?? choir and hear your million Housing and Rede-
, day. The latter will also be administered let us continue to pray. Thereis Pa. Rev. Nathaniel 55th St. : I : songs. A collection velopment Act pending inCon-
; during the evening a tremendous need for prayer Greene, Sr., will render ser- isters and be taken during the ser- gress.
Let vices until our pastor returns.
The Inthese crucial tmos. and .
worship which begins at 7. The Dade County Citizens
t, choirs will sing Jointly. us pray for world peace every- When'sDay will terminate churches Mrs. C. Cooper, president, Advisory Committee for Com- ,
in Ourchalrm.'m
the fourth Sunday May.
forMen's where. Coast are Choir. ask
The men have organized munity Improvement also -
be special call Mrs. Ivadell Smith
will a
Day with Deacon Prince There co-chairman Mrs. This ed Dad e's Congressional
Hepburn as chairman: ; Deacon meeting, by the pastor of every Maudessa Gawrence is, askingthe school Committee to take steps to insure
Is on the
Charles Young, co-chairman member whose name 6 coooertion a J of the entire orial 'ZION HOPE adequate housing for all
Herschell Johnson secretaryand roll on Monday night, May history, at the national and local levels.
at 8 p.m. Business of vital importance church to make this day a suc- Paul Freeman, pastor
Stafford Bain, treasurer.The English,
discussed.Let E. Jackson reporterThe
must be cess.Our to build ,
is aiming at greater -
group not forget to attendour sympathy goes out for:
us begin at 9
things than ever. No. Two Usher Board
School 9 30 and our our pastor In the loss of his
\ Sunday :
sell dinners Saturday at
This is the edu- brother. Let us pray for our PRINTING
k BTU 5:30 p.m. served
church from 9 a.m. until.
sick and shut-Ins.
ODD FELLOWS AND and training part of
cational will be s W. M. Slater will preach SERVICEHERE'S

HOUSEHOLD OF RUTHThe our church. ST. LUKERev. 8:45. night after the first
in behalf of the No.Two
L. J. Lee, pastor,
80th District Grand ST. JOHN Board's Anniversary. PROOF YOU'LL
The pastor wishes to thank
, Session of Grand United Order invited.
Church the members and friends for' LIKE OUR PRINTING
t of Odd Fellows and Household Saint John Baptist We were glad to have our
In the Rally Sun-
AldSo- their support
: of Ruth of Florida, will hold 1328 NW 3rdAve.BTU MT. members with us on last
the opening session on Monday ciety presents, the Lefevres, day morning.We Quality Job; Budget Price
; May 6, at 8 p.m. at Ebe- Friday, May 24, at 8:15 p.m. are getting ready to Sunday The chairman of the Men's .
., nezer Methodist Church. The They have had 191 years of move into our new home at 163 a is as king everyone for w No Job Too Large or Small
Refreshments NW 59th Street.
public is invited. Gospel Singing. loyal support, Rev. An-
Moriah Miami Times
5 is Communion ,
" B. C. Williams is District will be served at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, May friends by Mrs. Jackson, chairman.All .
, Thurston Day members and
) Sister Gladys ,
Grand and Edna MappIs visitors
dent of our are always
Governor.District Grand Most Noble president Johnson, pastor., Rev. Thedford, are. pray asked for to the Join public is Please come again. Call OX 10421Methodist I


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It i{ Graves Has Key Roll in Kennedy Campaign BASIC EDUCATIONBasic CULMER INTER: to the Economic NEWScost Oppor-

: :
tunity Programs These In-
1 X '\ Senator Kennedy asked Kind contributions were secured -
,' of
I (. ', That's not Bill Cosby Education is one
Graves to arrange Christm'lsparties through the efforts of the
I I'' traveling with Senator RobertF the Center's most important
in Brooklyn for ghetto Center, Director, Mr. ArthurH.
Kennedyashecrisserosses .rl functions. These classes are
and the followingyear
in his for the .l children week Mondayand King.
'f the nation race rI the Senator asked him to held twice a ,
1'1 Presidency. It's Earl Graves, ti"c Wednesday nights at7p.m.We
join his staff on a full.time ba- RECREATIONThe
, a 33-year-old staff assistantwho are finding more and more
looks enough like the TV sis. citizens in the poverty district
star and comedian to double Graves, his wife, Barbara, who wants to upgrade them- Recreation Center is in
for him. and their three sons, Earl HI, selves education wise. You need of a pool table and a ping-

"People are always taking 6, John, 4 1/2, and Michael,1, may telephone our office at pong table. If anyone knows
' me for Cosby and asking me live at 376 Macon Street in the 377.0525 and leave your home where these items might be
for autographs," Graves says. Bedford-Stuyvesant section of address so that one of the secured as an In-Kind Contri-
':', "We know each other,and he's Brooklyn._ He is Vice chairmanof Neighborhood Workers may bution to the Center, please
4 f backing the Senator, too." the BedfordstuyvesantCouncil come to the Center to regis. contact the Center at 377-

f Graves, who has a couple of of the Boy Scouts of ter for the Basic i Education 0525.
,', inches and a few pounds on America, a member of the classes.
Cosby, has been on Kennedy's board directors of the POSTPONEMENT OF DEDI-
,; ( staff for two years,serving as Brooklyn Chapter of the CATION CEREMONYDue
!;',' the Senator's regional politi- NAACP and founder of the CREDIT UNION
cal coordinator and liaison EARL GRAVES CONFERRING WITH ROBERT KENNEDY to needed repairs to the
; man for Long Island, West- Stuyvesant Heights The Credit Union has grownto newly acquired Community

.I chester, and Brooklyn.He also Kennedy supplied the chartered ly holds the rank of Captain in ment Corporation, an organi- $20,000 in assets. Through Building i formerly the Ritz
served as Senator Kennedy's plane to bring Dr. King's a Special Forces reserve unit. zation of successful Negro Community Action, construc- Theater, the Dedication Cere-
:' \ ,Specialist on problems of body home to Atlanta. businessmen and profes- tion for new office addition will mony has been postponed at
health, housing and narcotics Senator Kennedy also plac- After his discharge Graves sionals who have dedicated start on or about May 5. This this tim?,
abuse. ed Graves at Mrs. King's dis- to work being done with In.
themselves improving co-
became a Federal narcotics
Charles North, reporter.
to assist with Contributions without
posal arrange- Kind
ditions in their community.All
agent and later left
When Senator Kennedy an- govern-
ments for the funeral. He flew
ment service to real members of the organizationagree
nounced for the Presidency,he at once to Atlanta where his manage
in the
to remain living
estate for a Brooklyn firm. It
: handed the hard-driving, can- services during 5-day periodwon
do Graves a major role in his the gratitude voiced pub- was during his six years in Bedford-Stuyvesant area as MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
: national campaign the task oft licly and privately by Dr. private business that Graves the first step toward community APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
'I mobilizing the support of the Ralph Abernathy, Dr. King's began to involve himself in politics maintance.
,' Black community. To accom- close friend and successor as first as a volunteer in -
I' 'v\ plish this, Graves has been head of the Southern Christian the 1964 Presidential campaign
working to enlist Black persons Leadership Council. and later in AbrahamBeame's CHANGE!
i( at all levels of the cam- With the many Black leaders mayoralty race In TIME FOR
,) paign in e v e r y one of the 50 gathered in Atlanta and Sena- 1965. Following the 1965 elec-

;:': states. In addition, he travels tor Kennedy on hand, Graves
\ with Senator Kennedy and ad- arranged a series of confer- r
," vises him on the concerns and ences at which the problemsof METRO
aspirations of the Black com urban centers were discussed t m l ELECT

I munity.In missioner

the hectic days following In recent weeks,Graves has Con's
Senator Kennedy's announce- been conferring with leadersin j JOSEPH D. VENTURA
ment that he would run for Black communities allover .
President, Graves was with the countrythe militants and Me

him much of the time. And nonmilitantsandhe Constable District 1
.I when the Rev. Dr. Martin says: "It's pretty clear to me
Luther King was felled by an that they look to Senator Ken-

assassin's bullet in Memphis, nedy as their last hope ..the
Tennessee, it was Graves who last person they can talk to LEVER 29-D

'Informed Senator Kennedy with any degree of trust in r ENDORSED BY: Congress of Senior Citizens
moments before he was sched- dealing with the white estab- ,
Ministers-Laymen Voter Registration Comm.
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I Six Branches Open For Absentee Ballots r J

Six regular branch offices 3)), according to Elections Su- the May 28 primary.The North Miami, Coral Gables
a ri' and the main office of the Dade,pervisor Martin: Braternun. main office is at 1351 and North Miami Beach City
County Elections Division will1' All persons eligible to vote NW 12th St. Branches are at Halls.
be open for absentee balloting by absentee ballots may cast the Hialeah, Miami Beach,
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m, Monday their vote for the May 7 pri- ANNUAL SPRING TEA
through Friday(April 29May mary and apply for a ballot for ORCHARD VILLA. The EAL Social Civic Club
PRESENTSFASHIONETTE sponsors it's Annual SpringTea
; Sunday, May 5, from 4
SOCIAL SECURITY until 6p.m.,at the Bonded Col-
: Orchard Villa Elementary lection Agency, 4150 NW 7th
NEWSThe School PTA presents a Fash- Ave. Miss Mattie D. Simpsonis
Social Securtyprogram ionette with fashions by Pa- guest speaker. Your atten-
n'N i F provides many benefits for tricia, May 5, from 4-6 p.m dance will be highly appreciated. -
young people,according to Mr. in the school cafetorium. Ad- .
DISTRICT 3 DEMO LEVER IB-C Edward P. Blonston, District mission: children 25$, adults Thomas 0. Wright, presi-
TUESDAY. MAY 7 Manager of the North Miami 75$. dent.
Social Security Office.
Among these many benefitsto w1Mfl -
young people is the provision r
which applies to young unmarried -
: FOR DEDICATED LEADERSHIP students. Social Se- rtr .. P _
curity benefits help almost a _
: e Cect 0 half million youngsters to stayin Liti ;
W\m Kim school. These benefits help
pay for a better education for .
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Mr. and Mrs. RoyDismuke, many students between the
FOIDYCE of 20531 NW 33 Place, Miami, ages of 18 and 22. Full-time
parents of SP/4 LeeJ,Varner students, who are unmarried,
I are pleased to announce to his may be entitled to social se-
I many friends that he has recuperated curity benefits on the record ofa
PULL LEVER 39-G I from the wounds he parent who is retired, dis-
received in combat in Vietnamand abled, or deceased. If a stu- 1
7th has been dismissed from dent is entitled, benefits will
May PrimaryLeverj '
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remembered to all. the student remains unmarried -
y. I and continues to be a full-
time student in a n accredited
Covnty : METRO school
1 I Mr. Blonston went on to say
Wide y issioner that there are many other a
39-G benefits for young people suchas y
disability benefits, as provided
Vote by recent changes lathe
law, for workers under age 31. i
He urged anyone who wants
: : more detailed information
about these benefits or any
other part of the program to
visit the local Social Security Randal Lee May, a 15-month old patient at Variety Child-
YOUR Office. Thq address of the So- ren's Hospital, receives a noted visitor, no less than Wayne
a cial security office for this Newton, "Mr. Excitement" himself The son of Mr.and Mrs.
COUNTY COMMISSIONER area is 12695 N W 7th A venue. John Edward May, 3491 Shipping Avenue, Cocount Grove!. enJoyed -
WILLIE C, CARTER The telephone number is 681- the party given In the'Playroom by the popular vocalistand
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'THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, Moy 3, 1968 3S..

AID BRIEfS I Carver 1968-69 Alto TMS Now OR Sato

By R. LUTHER BRAYBOY A corps of employees at the crepancy be sure to have the authorized sub-agencies at
SR. : Ranches main: office, 862 NW 23rd St., tag agency make a corrected convenient locations throughout -

are stuff i n g envelopes with registration before purchasing ' the county who are supplied

The extortion of lunch money from students News i 575,000 renewal auto regis- your new tag. Car owners with a stock of tags ,and can
by other
is an existing factor at Lanier Junior students tration cards to be mailed will save much time by presenting serve you on a one-stopbasis.
several students who were HighSchool.victims Having interviewed By Walter Bow.| April 30th. their new registrations -, An extra charge of 50$Is made

exploitation I am prone to conclude that the of this tragic The 1968-69 auto tags whichgo they receive In the mall. by these agencies for this convenience

dastardly acts lies within the home Each burden of these The South Broward VFW on sale Wednesday, May I, It is not necessary for car The business hours
I talked invariably the student with whom Post No. 8195 held its elec- will be sold on a thirteen ((13) owners to go to the main of- at the Main Office will be from
gave same name as the
demand that the money be brought to him. leader who would tions of officers for 1968-69. month period and the deadline fice to pick up their tags. 9 am to 5 p.m. Monday

I talked with Mr. Mofett, the principal at Lanier and he The new officers t are:WalterA. date to renew your 1968-69 There are twenty-seven (27) through Friday.
has Bowe commander James
; will be
tags Thursday,
in every case brought to his attention taken immediate
action senior vice-com-
But here in lies the problem. The 20, 1968.
students are so afraid of mander Folia Boyd Quarter-
that ; There are 688,785 new tagsin
reprisals they Just aren't
talking. So how can a principaland master; Ralph Seymour,chap warehouse and these Students Got
his staff with what the FAMU
cope they are not told about. That is why ]lain; George Scott, Judge ad-
this writers tags have white luminous num- I
it opinion that the fault and reason for this sit-
vocate; George Barber, sergeant -
uation is ours. erals on a bright red back-
: ; Leo Storr, three-year Voico/
We as parents Just do not take enough time to ask our kidsa trustee. Installation servicesare ground. Biggtr

few questions that embraces his day at school. Without a set for Sunday, May 26,at When you receive your new
doubt there have been times when a registration card In the mail, ,.
youngster might have had 3 pm The administration at fairs. The school was the
something very important to say but we usually are too busy Fifth District Junior Vice- be sure to check It with your Florida A&University,Tal- scene of student disorders
doing nothing and we give him that" old registration for errors. If lahassee has to list death of
justa minute' answer But Commander William E. Per- agreed a after the Dr. Martin
by the time we get around to that minute the child is gone He golese will install officers of you have moved, changed ad- of plans providing for student Luther King.A .
must be on time for his bus lam guilty of this grave offense. Post 8195. dress or traded cars duringthe participation in university af-
Are you? year, be sure your new registration -
The Ladies' Auxiliary is also
Oh, we are not bad parents. We love them with all our getting ready. Mrs. Jerry reflects these faculty-student improvement :
METRO- committee has alsobeen
hearts. We know the value of an education changes. If you find any dis- 1M.
today so we extend Wall Fifth District '
president, \ ''' established by the universityto
ourselves far beyond the realm of our financial accumulationsto along with Mrs. Janet Daise, r011'ISSIOner review complaints and

make sure that he is at least exposed to it. But we keep our is holding meetings at the VFW improvements. It will sug include -

most precious possession to ourselves-Time.Without it we Post 8195,,trying to get the WASHINGTON PARK eight faculty members
loose that element of confidence that is inborn in every human ladies of Hollywood working.
elected by the faculty and eight
being to a parent Without a doubt this existing situation could "Spring has sprung" seemsto WOMEN'S CLUB student members to be

not have gotten off the ground if the child had the feeling that have been In the atmosphereat appointed
something more than a promise would have been done about it. the Women's Interest Club's 't'hMA also attendinc were: by the Student Government

After all he is the one who will suffer the consequences so he fashion tea. Models of true The Washington Park 'Wo Association:

embraces silence as his only protection. So let's be better par elegance and poise were pre men's Club was well enter-

ents when it comes to giving the little ones more time. I assure sented, which nude the even- tained at the homo of Mrs. The administration also

that they will give us more of this guarded information and we ing quite rewarding. The Wo- Willie Ma9 Rogers Sunday with agreed to place emphasis on
Mr. Moffett and his staff end to this their "Mombership Tea" at the of
can help bring an unfortunate men's Interest Club has set facilitating process registration -
situation at Lanier and the other schools in our county. another satellite in the path of this time there were five new securing short term

Well, the seventh of May is the day that you will go to the polls good humanitarians. members namely: Mrs. Betty SAMUEL WILSON student loans and offering of

and decide who will be round in November making more More activities of value are Ball, Mrs. Dora Gantt, Mrs. N. IM. Ad Afro-American studies in the

promises than they have already made in May.Some will forget planned. So watch 'out'for the Mary Benjamin, Mrs. Marie .curriculum.ELECT.

Some will remember. Be that as it may it is a necessaryevil Women's interest Club in the Smith, Mrs. Josephine

that we must contend with-Just vote Democratic. Ouly community. Ozell Troupe, Thomas
then can you be sure president; Do lor is Glover,re- Mrs. Clayton Smith our
Mr. Boisy Waiters is runnng for election to the Browurd porter. >Dimocratic committee woman
Board of Public was the soeaker for the occa-
County Instruction District 4.1 have every
confidence in Mr. Waiters effectiveness, his complete devo- BAHA'IS OF FT.LAUDERDALE.. sion, in her discourse, she E3
stressed the of
tion to whatever assignment he might undertake,and his fear- importance
less stand ,for that which is right. I have known Mr. Waitersfor voter registration and getting
The Baha'ls of Fort Lauder- ,out to the poll Mr.Bobby Garr' FACE-
a number of years and every minute has been a pleasure.
dale are talk a guitarist furnished the
I endorse him and it is my sincere hope that each and every- sponsoring a by young CARLOSDE
'Mr. Jack music for the with
McCants,Director of evening
one of my readers will cast their ballot for Boisy Waiters.
the Southeastern of the timely remarks by Rev.Chant
I have been informed by Mrs.Jeenette ix ise,County Nurse; Region_
Peace and former and Mrs. Mozell Brown. '
that the Browird County Chest X Ray unit wUl be at the,VFW'' Corps Me- ' TORRES
thodist minister tobeheldSaturday 1 A 1 so attending -were I.
Post .4816 Pembroke Road on Monday, May from,6 p.m. to
9 pm., this service is free so please avail yourselves of this May 4, 8 p.m. In the Mrs.'Fred' r'.. :Mcuuosb Mrs.. .-
opportunity. Yours truly will be there. director's room of the Gait Taylor;, Mrs, Nancy Moore,

Briefs from a long fingernail. The Veterans of Foreign Ocean Mile Hotel, Sunrise Mrs. Catherine Feacher, Mr, YOUR
Blvd. and Route. ALA, In Fort R J. Waldew, Mrs.. Ann Gar, S
Wars Post 8195 are in sad need of a Ladies Auxiliary Contrary
to popular belief you do not have to be a wife of a post Lauderdale. Mr. Julius Grimble; Mrs QUALIFIEDCANDIDATE .. 4
member to become a part of this national organization. If you Mr. McCants' subject will Flora William*!, Mrs. Ida Bell ,,, a
be "Racial Harmony Ahead." Williams i Mrs. WUlie Mae 9 'i
have to become
any relative who served overseas you are eligible -
On Sunday, May 5, 10 a.m., Rogers, Mrs. Lonia Chant,
member.. Mrs. Jeenette Daise, Mrs Ruth Hart, Mrs. :,.
there will be a beach party at Mrs. Vernetla Allen Mrs. .
Lucile Holmes, and Mrs.H,k.Wall are meeting every thurs- '.
the Banal Mar picnic area,also Mary Wright, Mrs, Beanie i t'" S f
day night at the post home 4816 PembrokeRoad In an all out
ladies in Ft.Lauderdale The public JenkinS, Mr and .,Mrs. Smith FOR
effort to reestablish this wonderful organization So you ,
is cordially invited to attend and Mrs. Dorothy;Mae Littles ,
give Just a little of your lima and help those that want to betterour r'.. r r
both of these events. who served as mistress of
community with this national organization.., Mrs. Clayton
no charge
Smith, Mrs. Francis Smith,and Mrs Rose Collier, spenta +
most enjoyable evening at the Sheraton Hotel. . Mrs. Smithis

one of our stalwart citizens of nvny years. She is now with

EOC . Gerald MelvinatP'.ndersBar and Grill . The Dist. No. 6

Queenetts Social Club were out in force Saturday night last, YOUR NEW FACE'

Mrs Ruby Thompson, prexy Mlggie Westbrook business man / ., 'i1
ager and Loretta Harris secretary, at the VFW Club . ;tf LEVER A LEVER

Johnny Sdaton of 7751 NW 14th P:. Ft.Lauderdale WAS a visitor 4'j 41-G ra
in our towa on the "strip" Saturday night last. . Earl 41GMan

Sweeting, wall known rmn about town was down from Lauder- Y

dale, it's always a pleasure to see old friends Miss Pri- of Concern !
scilla Forta, 4050 SW 20th St. was the center of attraction at .:

Finders, a good conversationlist she can hardly have a dull

moment anytime . That's thirty for this time till next tinw,

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For better government Minister:*Loymen Voter Registration -
Committee of Dade County. Rev. T. John

son, President.

i Coconut Grove Ministers-Laymen, Rev. Temperance

Wright, President.

r fk ;: The Dade County Federations of Lobor FL-CIO and

r its Cope Comm. E. T. Stephenson, :President.
sn Dad. County Council for Senior Citizens. Max Ser

chuk, President.

American Federations of Senior Citizens, N. Dade

Chapter, Robert Short, President. .

3s' s i i si, Hispano American Club, Mr, Bravo, President

American Political) Ass'n., Mike Hernandez, PresN

Ada's Divisified Service,Mrs. Ada Lee, President.And .
20 more civic organizations of Dade County


De'TORRES' the NEW FACE of District #6

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.,; Dodgers, the Marlins came right back and did the same to them Jimmy Ellis, who has earned great status in defeating Jerry

on their home grounds. The Marlins didn't score a run in the Quarry, using his own planned style even though it was some

,II two games at home. Daytona scored only one run In their two what unpopular with the fans, has proven again he is not sub-

/ games at home. It shows what kind of pitching they have in the missive to the pressures from outside.A .
(; Florida State League. There were three shut-outs in four i former sparring partner of the now infamous Muhammad
(. games between the two teams. At the time of writing my ; \ Ali, Ellis was many times subjected to the pressures of the

1:' column, the Marlins are only half a game out of first place. Black Muslims group; but he determinedly and calmly turned

Attendance up to date is much improved over last year and M them all away; believing that his capabilities were enough

I'; hope it keeps on improving. They have played some great base- taput him on top.
ball site the start of the season. The whole team Is playing LUIS RODRIGUEZ Thus it mayverywellbethatthequiet and modest antithesis

,: together which means a great deal to an organization. This is of the boastful and stubborn Cassius who preceded him may:

j..: something encouraging to the baseball fan which they haven't NEXT WEEKS BOXING SHOW have done a lot to gain the favor of boxing fans everywhere and

seen since Andy Seminick's days. Harry Malmberg is doing a Miami's popular middleweight Luis Rodriguez, returns to this is a most valuable asset in this rough game of boxing.
tremendous Job with his ball team.You might see the Marlins
Miami Beach Auditorium next Tuesday night in a 10-round
return home in first place this Thursday. Since writing about 94th
bout with Detroit middleweight Teddy Wright. The popular DERBY WILL SPREAD FULL HOUSE RUNNINGThe
the kook at the ball park he has quieted down with his unnecs-
Cuban former welterweight champion of the world makes his picture has not changed much and as in previous years
sary remarks. Its alright to root as hardas you wish, but Insulting third appearance at the Auditorium since Jan. and will step the probables for the 94th running of the Kentucky Derby remains -
remarks are .out of order. Thanking you for your cooperation -
into Tuesday's fight undefeated as a middleweight boxer. at 15.
the management appreciates your enthusiasm to His two fights at the Auditorium drew standing room only The contenders will be in the company of Calumet Farnis
holler all wish. This coming week we have four on
.; tap. , games crowds who saw him KO California's Charley Austin and win "Forward pass," Peter Fuller, "Dancers Image: ,"the October

with a decision over Carl Moore, of Phoenix, Ariz. In both House Farms "Iron Ruler" and Cain Roy's stables."CaptainGig.
: Here are some of the leading hitters;Moe Hill, 417-- Tony
t bouts Rodriguez displayed the classy championship form whichis ."
> Sellarl, 300 Vic Tor rue lias, 286 and pinch hitter Bill Ray
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responsible for being rated the No. 1 middleweight contender Completing the list are Proper Proof,Don B, Verbatim,
i 600. This weeks schedule: Thursday and Friday, May 2 and 3,
: by Ring Mag a z In e Rodriguez, in an effort to keep busy Gleeming Sword, Trouble, Kentucky Sherry, Te VegaSubpet,
r <\ Marlins Leesburge 7:30 Saturday and Sunday May
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agreed to fight Wright while waiting for Italian champion Nino and Problem
4 and 5 Marlins starts at
: vs Tampa, Sunday game 630 p.m.
Benvenuti to accept his challenge for a title bout.
i' For reservations call 6355395.
Teddy Wright, like Rodriguez,has fought over bouts. He's EXCELSOIR LEAGUE 200

won nearly two-thirds of his starts including a KO over Don
of Excelsior
The most of improved season the league historyis
ritJ n, Fullmer, the Utah middleweight rated No. 1 by the World Box- fast closing; the competition is getting keener and individual
ing Assocition. A list of Wright's other name opponents includes -
bowling is getting better.
Nino Benvenuti and Emille Grifith.
This week bowlers hitting the magic 200 were; Cecil Nixon,

READY FOR KENTUCKY DERBY 226-209; M. Louander 259;David Hall, 233;Amos Walker, 266;

h J. Thomas, 225; Ernest Hayes, 223; B. Johnson, 222; John

w If past performances are any criterion, Forward Pass, Iron Green, 215; John Harvey, 215; Gus Rudolph,208; Enoch Whit-

Ruler and Perfect Tan will be formidable factors in the up- chris, 205; Jas Hagan 204; Johnnie Robinson,203; W. Fenderson -

t coming Triple Crown (Kentucky Derby, preakness and Bel- 201; Frank Richburg, 201; Tommy Jackson., 200; Dave
mont Stakes) events. Boone, 200; Sam Stewart 200; S. Ferguson, 200.

For in te sixteen-year history of the Florida Derby, the

"in-the-money" horses inGulfstream Park's Derby have goneon

to account for six victories in the Kentucky Derby, sevenin
the Preakness and four in the Belmont. IiWdi'Ti Syj'jKn1If :

,' Thus from the Florida Derby contenders have come. '17 win- ,
l ners of the Triple Crown events. ** I
CLIFF MATTHEWS LARRY JOHNSON In addition, 22 others in the money in the Florida Derby, C I
finished in the money in the Triple Crown races.

The two boys whose pictures appear here are Cliff Matthews: Consequently, the 1-2-3 finishers in the 1968 Florida Derby

an outstanding right fielder, who claims he cancatch if need- must be rated among the top threats for the impending Triple dYIOW IliYMWIK
ed behind plate, and Larry Johnson, who has proved himselfa Crown races. + -
capable first baseman. Each week I will run a pair pictures ""UO" I
for your scrap book.
,4 41st SeasonBiscayne Mw/
Biscayne Opens Round /0nvi u


Dog Track opens A new stand-up Players Bar Buttons, taps, N; ..

Biscayne Dog Track opens its 41st season Saturday night its 41st season Saturday night has been built near the Coral Hitks. Enibrtltfers, ,! ,,,

(May 4)) for what promises to be a record meeting extending for what promises to be a record Terrace Restaurant, famousfor Zif,Z fs, Darns ui' "" s" i'rIIii', I
meeting extending through its gourmet dining. The
through Sept. 2nd.
limits with malicictiu -
Most of the crack greyhounds in the country will be gatheredat Sept. 2.Most. Cafe Carbe offers food at attachment. { I a M !:I Iw I $ .?
rub lN
of the crack moderate y h
grey- prices on the main
Miami's pioneer track to battle for the more than $800,000 ( h' Luo
hounds in the country will be floor. EASY TERMS y"
which will be distributed in purses. AC or VC
Some of the highlights of the season will be the 26th runningof gathered at Miami's pioneer And the greyhounds have not AXBEY DOMESTIC
track to battle for the been 15982 HW 27th Ave.
the $31,400 All-Florida Championship on June 29th,the 7th more forgotten. Their kennelsin Call Now 625-1261
than which will be
annual $25,000-added Irish-American Tri-Distance Champ- $800,000 the paddok also have been

ionship on July 6th, 10th and 13th and a $10,000 winnertakeall distributed In purses. glassed-in and airconditioned -
match race with Wonderland park in late July. Some of the highlights of the and a swimming pool built :T HOME DEMONSTRATION
will be the 26th for NO OILIGATION IF
season runningof their comfort. >OU DOELECT NOT IUf
this will be the
New :at: Biscayne year Big Q wagering on
the All-Florida
last two races of every program. Payoffs on the Big Q. a quin- $31,400
iela par lay,have been as high as$22,000 for a $2 ticket. In ad- Championship on June 29th,
the 7th American Tr-Distance
dition to the Big Q, Biscayne will have$2 perfectas on all but

the second and next-to-last races and regular quinielas on Championship on July 6th, 10th ._
and 13th and$10OOOwinnel'- M
every race. P/r-T
take-all match race with Won- M

MY OPINION OF THE ELLIS QUARRY FIGHT derland Park in late July. ; A
New :at Biscayne this year : FJ
Sometime back I wrote about these experts who profess they will be Big Q wagerings on the DICK '

know something about fights. If you take notice, how often do last two races of every program "

they write or see fight as should be written about. The only pay offs on the Big Q,
time you hear from these writers, is when a big fight takes a quiniela parlay, have been :

place, but to go and see the smaller boys where there is more ticket. In addition to the BigQ

action, that's to much trouble. My opinion of last Saturdays Biscayne will have $2 per- CLARKTO
fight from watching it on TV, it seemed there was a lot of fectas on all but the second and

strategy used, Jimmy Ellis wouldn't fall for any of Quarry's next-to-last races and regu-

tricks, the same way he defeated Thad Spencer.Angelo Dundee lar quinelas on every race.
and Ellis must have studied that fight to perfection, this Is what Also new at Biscayne will be

made Quarry look bad. To me Ellis fought a smart fight, why matinee racing every Saturday THEHOUSE

go in there to get your brains knocked out. starting May 11, with first

post at 1:30.: Post-time for the
BETHUNE CAPTAIN SIGNS WITH DOLPHINSHenry evening programs is 8 p.m. A
For this summer season

Still, Captain of the Bethune-Cookman College foot- Biscayne has completely REPRESENTATIVESDistrict
ball team last fall, and the Miami Dolphins 16th draft choice, glass-enclosed and air-con- i

has signed his contract it was announced by Dolphins Presi- ditioned its clubhouse and installed . I
dent and General Manager Joseph) Robbie. Still, a defensive terraced table seating. 93LEVER ,

tackle and end In his three years at Bethune-Cookman, whichis

located in Daytona Beach, is 24, six-foot-two and 270-

pounds. According to Joe Thomas, Director of Player Personnel -

t f- for the Dolphins; "Still has the size and strength we are SLICK- ; BLACK

{ looking for in a defensive line nun.: Still is from Columbus, ; DOUBLE ACTION
4 Georgia and Inttended Spencer High School in that city. In high
:1.1, school, as in college, he was football captain as a senior. A '

'4', i physical education major, Still Is a recent bridegroom and his
wife Rosemary Is a co-ed at Bethune-Cooknun.


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May -3,>.1968 37

Sam Payne Paces, Mi.MiD I ' :
: .. Luri !. Swim 'AtHmmtck "

Coconut Grove To SI.,., Tiflt Mllllul. I

The Mfaml-DadeNorthJun-
ProgressiveMinisteral ior College track team won the The Metropolitan Dade meeting'This program is conducted -
state IC title Saturday after- County Park and Recreation without charge and Is
noon Daytona Beach by beat- w Department continues the open to the general public.
Ing Manatee 89-75. Miami- "Learn to Swim" classes for Pre-s c boo I classes are
; Dade South was third with 47 pre-school children, beginners open to children three years
points and pensacola(24) finished and adults at Matheson: of age and older A parent or
fourth. Hammock. A special course in adult must accompany
AssociationRev. The Falcons were paced by ; "swimnastics" for adults has, schoolers in the water.
triple winner Sam Payne, who tT been added to the program., The program is supervisedby
captured the long jump, high Each class will run for a two Mrs. Peggy Gross, Red
Jump and triple Jump.Charles 4 week period Monday through Cross water safety teetractor,

Temperance E., Wright, PresidentU. Strum won the pole vault with t Friday with registration from who has many years experience -
a leap of 14-10,with teammate I a.m. until noon on the Saturday in aquatics any water instruction. -
Johnny Kemp the runnerup at before the first class .
14-7. Kemp also took the Javelin -

.. S. Senate 1-C Collinsu. with a toss of 178-8. ; .' '::'" .,
.. S. Congress 2-OGmndonntr! Coach Joe Lee Smith said SAM PAYNE
nine of the Fa Icons'"fiaesl .
I i .' ,. 'group rve ever coached,' championships scheduled for . 1t.. 'J-4e p.
qualified for the national Garden City Kansas,May IB.

f 'NU1P '
District' 1 3-C Boyd
I wish to thank St. James Mrs. Mary McKinney would
District 2 4-D
Liles AME Church like take to
family, Physical to this means ex-
Disfrict3Circuit ; ,', 5-0 Dekle Therapy Department (whom I press her deep thanks; and sincere -

fudge .' .' 7-C Friedman am a part of) Mt.Steal Hospital gratitude tq her many m. .
,. staff and friends for being so friends and neighbors for their
State At orney .. 9-C Gerstein nice te me doing my illness. kindness during ber recent,
This letter is especially tor confinement: at Christian Hospital COUNTY r

I the purpose of expressiagh w and at home Your many
much Hove and appreciate flowers eards, and expressions -
yoa. I must say you have often of thoughtfulness were
beea my light whei I've had immensely appreciated May
moments of darkness.No matter God eosttnae to bless you.
District 9 10-E ,Young REPRESENTATIVES
wherever I am, I want yon MUSE OF
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District 9 11-C Clark to always be with me la someway

District 9 12-E Kershaw em me. GROUP 91
. >to church Sunday I bevery '
II 7 r\ LEVER.titrab 1 0. Er
District 13-C
Baumgartner. happy to thank God for World War Two V. .
f; t.
1 friends ute yoa. Aad mat

,' .... .:) +, thank you for being my friends. Married, Three Sorts .
I '} 1 It does pay to be Bice. So, w Teacher in Government fir 20 Years :'
I fI thanks again for making God so ':
County JudgeE 14-D Meyer, BrillontCRIMINAL real. w Faculty Member Carol City Senior High'<",
t Executive Secetary Laymen's Voter W.
Honestly yours, Registration Committee %,'
f Loving'' you Just the same, :1 {.:...
Legislative Aide to Sen. Richard Stone for:1967

4ri Joseph R. MarshallI Sessions of Florida Legislature ;.11r..;, '
Education: Booker T. Washington High
I ;
will be relaxing in Tallahassee ,
Alabama State College; University ,of' *
Florida,and Valdosta,
Ga. I will return a week later Philippines; University of Tokyo; M,
15-D Turner and fly to New York. University of Miami j;"

Court of Appeal 6-C C. Carroll is Affiliations FEA, NEA, PACE, CTA, FAEA:I' ;

Small Claims 17-C M. Perry I often think of you as beinga METRO Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, :;,**,?
gift from God for all mankind Alpha Phi Alpha, ': '
and especially for mo.No mat- missIoner Dade County Young Democrats,
ter what the odds may be
President's Committee "To
against you, please never
Secure These
JUVENILE JUDGE change from the way you tree Rights"FOR

You are pure, human, honest, ,
Group 4 16-D Koo thoughtful and most of all, a new State Constitution, geographicallyand

beautiful your thoughts.For proportionately compatible to our :-."

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION ,one day, ru make ,dynamic State 'y '.
everything up to y 0 u. I will 1Sc

22-E Rolle make this one promise and that ,.- FOR further improvement of Florlda''f'
Large .
Group l-Ar is that I will be now and to(hevery '.
2-At 25-C Burrows friend educational picture, Including higher. ,
Group Large end be your your ." District 18-E Davidson best friend. No matter what educational standard, better pay for ,fc
happens you can always depend qa teachers and mere funds for education,; <:" <

District 20-D Meyers <>1L, (' ....

FOR legislation conducive to the growth,of
Dade County and the development of 'Florida
e o :
District 1 35-G Dan Daniels FOR action against crime and corruption in i'

District 2 37.1 Wolfe State'. and local' gevemments'I. "1' .
District 3'' 38-H Carroll FOR tax relief for Senior' Citiiens and ,homeowners :
District 40-1 Gordon '"
t" "n .
District 61 1 41.G De Torres I

District 43-G Starnes W f ACE :c1FI FOR a fair to')( share for i4iie County' '"

Maheon MET SS10" ,
District 71 ,. 44-1 .: FOR a i lower voting ;age '1 'rt..', ,;'..*:' e

2c Nachwalter Take the burden of taxation 5(t'.t. r ., '
Justice of Peace off the homeowners and place .
FOR the. Ve-districting of DcbM County
ConstabiDist.2 29-0 Dreyer ) it ti p o n large Interests,.which ,: .
are favored through reduct '
I tions. These inequities could FOR the:revision of the State's, antiquated'
t Welfare 'lows' !I
: bring hundreds of thousandsof &
dollars for better public 'i \

CT V'T' t. safety, higher educational FOR a State-wide Human Delations Board ti:-
standards, and more recreational with racial problems j -
-.r ... facilities

J ,1_C" crTED. COHENCOUNTY "ri 7t 1"age J 1 art"


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/,, t r.. : 38 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday,_ May 3, 1968The
; ;( 1v. j 3 bedroom, 2 bath, gar1809 NW 41st Street
\ .' j',.I. age. 7195 NW 15th Court
\'I'I Buy Like ,Rent

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c'I't'k' Under New ManagementMAMA it N 107n Hi A

!H:.,t !.I'' BELLE'S *1''] CALVIN MAPP, ESQ

"(' Pull Lever 13-D
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{,. : (l' f' .-. PIG PEN BAR-B-Q SOME

I: '" sixth grade boys and girls of Phyllis Wheatley
,' Elementary School reflected/ their feelings of the untimely 1294 N.W. 62nd StreetNear
'\', death of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by writing sum NEW PACES
maries on what Dr. King meant to them and sharing their ( 13th Avenue)
writings with the entire intermediate department. Next Door to Jackson's Fish Market
;'r:. ,; Above, are three sixth graders who took active In fh right places
\: I part in these writings. They are: Nathaniel Austin, ;4'.( i'j c '' \ I II'1' \ ; "
\, Lenard Weston and Francetta Doles. i'7: i AS
I.' ifl( : 'Specializing 'In.\ .. : .::.
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'I",, '.::>>, : 691.9718 ..... :,/* *;
i.7', ItI .
: tt! EXPERIENCE 2397 96th St. CBS $500
((1)) NW duplex,
'i:' : "NTEGRll'V' down. $117 mo. pays all.
,\. I Belle Sharpe Baker, Owner/Operator
PROVEN ABILIT.Y. ((2)) 1420 NW 37th St. CBS, 2 bedroom, Fla
room, $350 down. $110 pays all.

'.: MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. ((3)) 3391 NW 178th, st. $350 down, $97 all.
tI MEMORIAL KEY CHAINORDER 3 bedroom CBS, carporte, fence.

NOWII This offer may never
gain be submitted to the public. ((4)) 3 bedroom with Fla room and garage. On
RUSH 1.00 cash or monty order
:,1 and the, ad toi JJ; /11; canal.. $500 down_ $123 pays all. q


y NAME ................................... STARTING AT $300 DOWN.
I r.I
ADDRESS ................. ............ FORD REALTYINC. Broker
'. JEWELRY FINISHED CITY & STATE ....................... 3639 NW 15th Ave. 635-4595



w\ ',QN' 'MAY :l_196(1,' 2161 NW 100th Street 3014 NW 19 STREET
LEVER 17-0-- 2 bedroom, 1 bath, custom-built home.Doubl e 693-4772 Answer CALL 6353177FHACBS
carport. Only 2 years old. Extra large lot.
2 BDRM, I BATH, Lr, K, din. area.,
GREENWOOD REALTY, REALTOR Encl. front porch, vynl firs, awnings, sprinklers,
:r LIFE INSURANCE 759-5786 8000 BISCAYNE BLVD. Total price $11,000. $350 down. $68.31 month.

FHA-CBS DUPLEX, 1 bdrm, 1 bath, ea. side
1 with stove and refrig., vynl tile firs., room to
Doesn't Cost It PaysLast build another Duplex. No closing costs. $13,500.
$450 down. $92.66 month.

FHA-CBS, 2 BDRM, 2 BATH, LR, Fla rm, K,
year life insurance benefit payments in Open Sunday 2-6 DR, Ut., Rm., gar. tile rf, stove, refrig., 2 RC
America amounted more than $12,000,000- air cond., Cent heat, alumn. awn., waterfront
000.00. beauty. $24,500, $1,900 down, $144.96 month.
Less than half, $5,200,000,000.99 were for 2 BDRM, I BATH CBS, tile rf, adorable, must
death payments. $6,800,000,000.00 was 469 N.W. 69TH ST. see. $10,900, $750 down. $85 mo. pays all. '

i paid to "Living Policyholders" in the form 3 BDRMS, I BATH CBS, tile rf, vynl firs, very
of policy dividends, surrender values, disability IF YOU CAN AFFORD THE VERY BEST, pretty, $12,400, lOOCdown. $1.0 mo. pays all.

,:, payments, mature endowments, and annuity YOU CAN STEAL THIS COLONIAL MAN- 3 BDRMS, I BATH, CBS, Tile rf, vynl, tile firs,
payments. SION ON FULL CORNER LOT. Ige gar.Must see. $12,500$800down. $110 pays all,


: LIFE INSURANCE DOESN'T COST IT PAYS 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, 2 CAR GARAGE, 2 bdrm, 1 bath homesboth CBS.Stove Arefrigs.
$13,500, $1,500 down
$125 mo. Has $200 a mo.
FENCE, WELL AND SPRINKLER, TILE income. Owner tired. Must sell.

THROUGH LIFE INSURANCE MODERN KITCHEN AND MANY OTHER EX DR, K, front encl. porch, gar., stove, refrig.cen.
heat, fenced rear, terr. firs., CBS tile rf, priced
TRAS. for quick sole$17,500.$1,500 down. $1,5 Odwn.
$125 mo.CHARMING.
COR. CBS, Tile rf, DUPLEX.2 bdrm,
1 bath, ea. side. Lge over>sised rms, front
For Early Appointment Call Edor Stan: open
.. INSURANCE COMPANY porch, Ige screened Fla porch, 17x35 swim pool
," and fenced area. Uf rm and carpt, $22,900,
1..) Universal Real Estate, $3,500 down. $140 mo,
': .. Corner, WMBM, 1490 KC, Friday 3:00: p.m. and
.I 751-8642 9:00: p.m. Get Real Estate information .and 'call
\ YWt
i.L i.i t i. to see the homes.J .
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 3, 1968' 39
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ClASSIFIED ADS Room. Man or wife. Bedroom .... ..:':
{. ..{ itJS
sitting room and bath. One .
single room. Man or woman.
Must be decent. No drunks.Pb.691oo5574.Calla.fter4p.m..
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE Working mar Cooking : ;

VA RESALES Lot. Corner 3160 NW 67th Street.
FHA NW 51st Terrace 3 BEDROOM CBS
234bedroom 1-2 bath and 33rd Avenue 110-50 ft. Seeing is believing, only $10-
to $500 down,low monthly 821-8867. 270NW51stSTREETLarge
$300 000 FHA terms only$300downand
1 bedroom bungalowwith v
1 Government
payments $83 a month pays all, this unfurnished 'y\-
front porch
large ,
within Like
mortgage. Occupancy new CBS 4 bedroom, 2 has Florida room and is our
10 bath city water wall to wall best buy today.Don't miss this $25 weekly.
days.PHONE 6850021E. carpets, best neighborhood, in best area all painted inside CALL MR. GROSS

HARRY DENNY, Realtor FHA $13,500 only $450 down and out. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor DAILY 444-6126 4482824MISCELLANEOUS
(Vets & 221 people $100) call anytime, 7592425. EVENINGS

MOVE RIGHT IN monthly $83.71don't get lefto .tit;S

No red tape No waiting n this winner Aetna Realty PRICE REDUCED .
$500 DOWN-CBS (Broker) 811 NW 54th St. Ph. $23,000 on the canal on Beau

2027 NW 52nd Street 757-5724. Open 7 days tiful Little River Dr.Gorgeous Will do ironing in my home.
339 NW ',39th Street 3 bedroom 2 bath with lots of $5 for average bundle. 633-
OWNER 693-2631 2025-27 NW 91st St. live rent features like large bedroomsand 4330.
freeall CBS duplex, FHA Florida room garage patio

3 BEDROOM BEAUTY value $13,700only$450 down all builtin kitchen.Bank terms Wanted. Room for elderlyman. /

Like new CBS, large rooms: No closing costs monthly A must see. A. Ben-Kori, prefer private home.
beautiful oak floors $84.99 freshly painted, a real Realtor call anytime 759-2425
tile roof, Call 691-1745, after 5 p.m.
solid Investment to live In see
huge kitchen, a real home see:
1840 NW 46th Street,Call own today Aetna Realty (Broker), 2 BEDROOM CBS Young woman desire 3 bed- ,)
811 NW 54th St. Ph. 757-5724
er 693-2631. $12,000 FHA Terms with$400 room house to rent with option
Open 7
days. down and $87.00 a month pays to buy. Can afford $100 a
3 bedroom, 1 bath completely AVENUE all, this is a charming home month. 635-4224. YOU THINK YOU'RE'STUCK'ON HER'
furnished, new carpeting, NORTH OF 79th very clean and neat in best
stove, washer, refrigerator, Street 3bedroomCBScarport area, call to see. A Ben-Kori, RUMMAGE SALE BUT YOU'RE ONLY
fence. $15,000down$10,655mortgage. utility room, awnings. FHA Realtor call anytime 7592425 5421 NW 2ndAVENUE .r--
$400 down.$77.61 month ""
No qualifying. $85 Sunday only 12 to 4.Tables$2;
monthly p:1ym: nt. A real bar- Realtors. 7906 NW 7 Ave. Ph.: NO QUALIFYING suitcases $1; sir lawn chairs

gain 621-0415. 6914785. $13,200 total with only $1,800 $1; rugs $10; TV's $10; recorder
down move right in a n d payments $10; bedroom suite NA 1.7203 Notary PublicI.
'56 LINCOLN. $100.681-8085 EAST OF EXPRESSWAY of $95.00 a month, this $45; record player$3; vacuum
mornings. Newly decorated 2 bedroom is CBS 2 bedroom wall to wall $5; typewriter, checkwriter I. STANLEY SWEETING-
CBS Fla. room, garage.Seller carpet a good deal. A. Ben- $5; slipper-rocker $5; mow ASSOCIATES
Well established hardware pays all closing costs. FHA Kori, Realtor call anytime er $5; file cabinets $5; rock
store. Willing to sacrifice. $400 down $86.48 month. 7592425. maple double dresser & hiboy
Excellent living for one or two Tubin Realtors. 7906 NW 7th $35; beds $15;cedar wardrobe Diversified) Public Services

families. Will train buyer. Ave. Ph. 6914785. $15; 2,000 dresses @ 25$; Public Relations Consultant
Government will help finance. FOR RENT blouses 10$; pants 25$;hats
FR 9-3069. FHA $200 DOWN $70.51 MO. Rooms and efficiency. Rea, 20$; shoes 25$200 men's suits Theatrical Editor The Miami Times

Total price$9,500.Newlydec- sonable price. To see call NE: @ $2; coats $1; shirts 25$;
FHA VA RESALES orated 2 bedroom CBS. Near 5-4805. pants 50$; children clothes 16351 NW 18th Place (Bunch. Park) Miami, Florida
2-3-4 bedroom 1-2 bath bus, schools, shopping. Tubin 10$; also antiques and brie-a-

$300 to $500 down,low monthly Realtors. 7906 NW 7 Ave. Ph. 1833 NW 88th Street.Furnished -, braces.

payments 1 Government 6914785. rooms. Cooking privileges, Grace's Warehouse Sale CHILDCARE in my home. 633-
mortgage. Occupancy within FHA PRICE Men preferred 696-3703. 5421 NW 2nd AVENUE 4330. ,m METRO
10 days. $11,5oo.$350D. Dealers welcome ..,
PHONE 685-0021 and $84.50' month bedroom 1 bedroom unfurnished apt,. and toddlers. Best of n ssioner
CBS, Fla. room,carport,utility Tired of washing and ironing? Infants
n E. HARRY DENNY, Realtor Call 754-0977.
care in :the home. 635-2893
appliances. Near 17 .
room, Will do it. Reasonable prices. '
r Avenue Tubin Realtors. 7906 furnished for. 3160 NW 67th Street. (Indef).
Apts. partly
New List of FHA-VA ResalesAll
NW 7th Ave. Ph. 6914785.
steadily employed single man.
areas Low Down PaymentFor
References.. $iz per week. In Expert ironing done in my
information call 233-3272 175 NW 68th St. Duplex. FHA NW 39th Street. home. Reasonable prices call Will trade equity of
William Archer, Broker terms $600 down. ModernCBS 7513136. between 10- 4 daily $4500 In beautiful I

with tile roofhardwoodfloors. Nice sleeping room and private duplex 70 N. W. 45th
CBS beauty. Duly 2 years old. ,
1 apartment completely
bath for single man.$9.50 Don't put off making your will
2 bedroom carport, utility, Street off Miami Ave.
furnished, appliances for ,
per week. References 121 NW For will form plus Instruction
oversized lot. FHA Only$10000 ,- both apartments. We have the 39th Street. $1.00 P. 0. Box 181 Edison to contractor'' to do
$300 down, $62.22 month. Tubin Realtors. 7906 NW
Tubin key Center, Miami, Fla. masonry work on 1600ft. BILL MILES
Realtor 7906 NW7th
Ave. Ph. 6914785., 7th Ave. Ph. 691-4785. Furnished apartment, with (M. 10) simple warehouse. I rA. M. AdY.
yard and porch. For Information A I
call OX 12426. REMODELINGRoom 31 1-8372
3 By owner 3 bedroom CBS gar
No qualifying. Brand new.
bedrooms, 2 bath, CBS$1,000 age, wall to wall carpet, air- Room for working man.Clean alterations additions commercial* remodeling- 751-8096 -School Counselors-
down and move right in.Tobin conditioned, bedrooms newly Phone 633-2336.
Industrial residential. Free -
inside and out.
painted $16,500
Realtor, 7906 NW 7thAve. Ph.
691-4785. 10% down, 1050 NW 90 St.: estimates. Allied Builders. WE NEED YOU
Apartment 1 bedroom, 2 beds, 446-3288.
Drive by then call 693-0865.
living room, kitchenette,bath. HELP WANTED We offer training for -
2120 NW 98th Street.No qualifying (Indef.) Offttreet parking No children HELP WANTED FEMALE Government Jobs

$11,500 sales price. 3 696-4058. Airline Careers
bedrooms, 1 bath, stove, re- TIRED OF WORKING? Combination Truck Mechanicand Waitresses Heavy Equipment Operators
frigerator, airconditioned HAVE $2,600? Beautiful Richmond Heights 2 Paint and Body Man. Day and night shifts High School EquivalencyDiploma
fenced yard. Low down you can almost retire with this bedroom ham e. Professionalor Permanent position, liberal available. Need not be
payment. Monthly payments to modern apartment building. 4 academic couple preferred. benefits good starting pay. experienced.Will train. Electronic Courses
suit your budget. This one will large 2 bedroom apartments $125 monthly 759-4174 after Prefer applicants with estab- Liberal fringe benefits.
sell fast. Aetna Realty,(Broker Near NW 36th Street and 2nd 5 p.m lished residency Permanent Profit sharing plan. Become a represen-
) 811 NW 54th Street. Phone: tive of Alpha School
call Mr.Rummel
Ave. To see, resident of this area. Good avail
757-5724. Open 7 days. Investment Counselors, Real Clean furnished room with all work references rquired.For Parking space tativeof Alpha School.

tor. 2994 NW 7th St. 634-4563 modern facilities including interview and appointmentcall able. Opportunity available.We .
BY OWNER. CBS, good area. cooking. Men only. Call 754- : JUNIORS pay high commis y
Liberty City. Large rooms $6500 CASH 1452. SEALTEST FOODS RESTAURANTS sion. Call for appoint-
plus income. No qualifying. 3 BEDROOM, 1 1/2 BATH 17707 NW Miami Court Sec Mr. Pete between 9:30 ment.

$350 down. 6655126. FRAME Room. 1370 NW 37tb Street. 6250411An & 12 noon, 1 1:30 & 3 p.m., 3-0034
purchase as Is unfurnished. equal opportunity employerMay 2497 Collins Ave.,Mia. Bch. PR

FHA VA RESALES 760 NW 66th St. Room> in home. Man only 1187 ( 10 ) Ask for Mr. Albert
2-3-4 bedroom 1-2 bath Call Mr Wilson J. K. Realty NW 37th Street. NE 37087.
$300 to $500 down,low monthly 947-7571 2 barbers wanted to take over I

payments. 1 Government Nice room for single or couple shop. Best offer. 691-1239. i

mortgage. Occupancy within Near Fla. Memorial College. Call 6335927. LAUNDRY HELP 1
10 Beck's Barber 6612 NW
days.PHONE 6850021E Large beautiful qualifying.hom$1,000 By own-down Room in private home.Hot and 18th Ave.ADVENTURE. Shop. Loaders, pullers, extractor operators. Good' :

HARRY DENNY, Realtor er.949-6992.No (Indef.) cold water. Nicely furnished. wages. Production bonus. Excellent compan y i
NE 42264. 2491 NW 59th St. HOt Barefoot benefits. Paid vacation. Permanent |lobs'. :

Restaurant. Air-conditioned, shipmates wanted to share unforgettable Apply In mornings. No phone calls please. .1, I
beer and wine license. Best offer 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH Spacious room for working female summer vacation Ask for Mr Findley National Linen Service \
terms total price $15- aboard 45'
633-3735 or 635-8035.Ask FHA 691-4286. Island-hopping
for,Mr. E. O. C lmer. .. '000, only $450 down,vets only sailing yacht. Interracial all 1950 NW 1st Avenue. .:
$100 down, payments, only Room in private borne.Settled ages. 443-1032. \

$9900 TOTlL PRICE $114 a month jays all, this 1.? working man.caU6gS.Z,19', _._.. (May 10)) .. ; .
MORTGAGE PAYMENT. a very large home with: huge after 7 p.m. Anytime Saturday CHILD CARE"
$75 MONTH eatin kitchen .11 ceder lined and Sunday} (May 10)) "' s
8371 NW I9tlt AVENUE closets, back porch, this Is a OthefS, Mothers, I f you are
Large 2 bedroom home 12 x costome buUt borne first time 2 bedroom house, Living 'looking for a clean neat borne
.. will not last,A Ben- experienced good'
24 Florida o fered'lt room, dining room, kitchen babysitter
Spitzer Realty fooD ,Realtors Kori, Realtor, call anytime and bath.Fenced a11693..2'l2G food call us pickup and delivery -
759-8741 7592425. for appointment. 633-2002 or 635-2731'

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