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Metro Action On Park" (il' ;" )" ,t", : First NewsmanBob Negro May 28 RunoffsCarroll '


Liberty City residents flex them to condemn land for recreational set a date for the appraisal,,

ed their community muscle purposes.Courts you could have it." Reidformer Miami And Rolle

last Friday and staged a sit-in have generally frowned on Commissioner Earl Starnes Herald reporter, has Joined Kershaw
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downtown to protest the pur- such action, but the commis- then interrupted and asked fora the staff of WTVJ Miami as an

chase of a tract of land for sion was assured that the vote on the matter. on-camera newsman. Bob, a Finish In MoneyThree
multi-family housing units bya county measure would be The commission unani- former president of the Student -

local developer, after the satisfactory to the courts. mously authorized the con- Government Associationat
county had promised to put a demnation of the five acre Miami-Dade Junior College Negro candidates .. for County Commission, State

park there more than seven Gordon Commissioners and Hardy, led Matheson by Alex, Avenue tract at NW 87th St. and 17th (North Campus), is completinghis legislature, and School Board--gained run-off posts as a remit -

I :months ago. second week on the Channel I of Tuesday's election.
criticized County Manager Homer told the Commissionthat
A few days after The Miami Homer for the ad- ,. 4 staff. executive Earl Carroll surprised in
Porter W. the land and cost of Im of Insurance everyone
Times in afrontpageedltorialcalled.for at the university
A junior
ministrative delay in acquiring election as he polled more votes than any-'
proving the site would cost Tuesday's primary .
community action to Miami Bob is only 20yearsold : .
( the land. about $105,009. County officials of the me.,in his district*.; ,,",'
of the housing member
'\ stop the )ulld1ng started"t and was
units, the residents led by "We told you to get _,said the park shouldbe, Herald, editor, far staff fora Carroll, 36, had close to 35.per cent of the votes castountywIdVfor f
)lemberth!
i *> 'this last.Se ready for use by the'middle. : .' seat..But it fl.
';:;#.., 'Clebphus; Algood, Dorsey Junior said "wh t lias year before joining Ctianfe14He > ; ,the District Three Commission
.., High principal and Mrs. ,angry' Gordon June, assuming early acquisition Is the first Negro newsman wasn't enough as he was forced into a runoff'with Raymond'ordyce (
the the managers' office done to of the property by the televislon'station. and former in Miami Springs.Fordyce .
1 Georgia Jones, demanded expedite this?" on a local a councilman mayor
county.
county purchase the land and cent of the vote in the
"Not enough was done, garnered close to 29 per
nut the nrnmised. on the
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lI t'4 Homer quietly replied. five-[ man Commission race.

, 11 site.The residents staged a "This commission bad,formally said it- Police Deportment Needs Carroll has been a leading spokesman for the commission

peaceful sit-in at MetroCom- and informally, to change the system of commission election to districts, In-
mission chambers last Friday wanted swimming pools, tead, of the present countywide method. He said,in his argument -

and Mayor Chuck Hall cleanups ities. I thought and recreation that was facil-clearto Community Relations UnitAN that a member of a minority group could not hope to win

promised that the commission this If t the balloting was done countywide.
staff. Now why wasn't
would "do something about' done?" Gordon asked. EDITORIAL But carroll", with considerable backingandsupportthrough-

your Oa problem Monday the next Commissionmet week Homer told the commissionthe After meeting with MtamPolice community.,The city would dwell out the Negro and white community, polled 23,547 unofficially
1 to follow, the county's ex 1 "uesday.. Fordyce had 19,752.
and agreed to purchase the County was "having difficulty ,Chief Walter Headlejlast ,,
land for the park immediately. all along the line in getting week about his recent ample.We his\ Carroll racked up large majorities predominately and all-

U the present qwaer is unwilling prompt land evaluations i istatiments shooting and, believe, because pf Negro precincts. In precinct 65, he polled 113 votes to only
of th
to sell, the county from private appraisers,"indicating looting, we must suggest the in-depth knowledge 13 for his closest opponent. In precinct 284, In Brownsville,
fathers said they would employa that the appraiserswere immediate establishment of a problems of the Negro an he captured 248 votes to only 23 for his closest foe.
little -used provision in the busy with other work. 'Community Relations unl white community, Lt. Lero '
county ordinance which allows Gordon snapped, "If' you had within the city's force Smith would do well in head! But Carroll also did well in white,Cuban,and raclally-mixed -
'" The Dade Sheriffs,depart tog''up the newly-created de precincts as he either led or came in a close second in most- ;.

i ment already has a tull-tlmo,, partment., f them.
six-man! community relation Lt. Smith,the highest-rank.
Cfizens Meet With Chief 'staff'( and we feel the city lag Negro on the City of,Ml, He faces Fordyce in the May 28th run-off for the District 3 "
ii' Commission seat. Incumbent Commissioners Earl Starnes,
should do. .no Jess: for itscom. ami police force, 'grew up
munity., the ghetto and raised hlmsel Hardy: Matheson, Tom C/Malley, Arthur Patten, Alex Gordon

Over Shoot ToKill' Chief Headley last* ck sal above the stigma and dlsma l' and Mayor Chuck Hall were re-elected. Incumbent Harold
Headley that his entire staff had been future which many ghetto, Greene, however, faces a run-oUwith Din Daniels.Newcomer
trained, in community relations youths'face. He has done a tine Ben Shepard was elected to the District 2 commission seat.

he didn'tneedastafl, and commendable Job In the
so '
'" Statements but we must vigorously and determinedly police department., ERSHAW RUNS WELL )

disagree.The It would seem'to us that hi
Miami police Chief Walter cil--was be Id after a Miami impact the Sheriff)s would make a fine leader ot Joe Kershaw, a school teacher, ran a close second in hisbid

Headley has said that he did not Times editorial had dem.'lnded community relations force bas, this effort by an Integrated for the Statehouse. Kershaw,who trailed Butter by
make a "shoot-to-kill"state- the firing of Headley becaus had on the unincorporated team of Miami policemen tc<' only 61 votes, garnered 25,847 votes. He was the top Negrotegetter

ment attributed to him several of his "shoot-to-kill" state ,areas Is Immense and It has improve the people-pol1cere-i, ) in Tuesday's primary. He meets Butter in a run-

weeks ago.Headley,who back ment. ':been'well-received, by the lations'in the city. I off May 28.W1l11ngton.

ed Chicago Mayor Richard "We don't believe Miami I' Rolle, an electronics technician,made it to a runoft ;
to
shoottokillstatement deserves to be compared
Daley for his with former Juvenile Judge Ben Sheppard.Rolle polled 11-, ,
at
came under several Chicago, Mrs.Range said minded citizens of goodwill"
ation in Chicago. 279 votes, but Sheppard amassed 42,515 on Tuesday.Sheppard,
from the Negro the meeting. "There has bee I had Hei also said that be-
criticism The police chief ear Reeves however, could not garner a 50 per cent plus one vote margin
community for his earlier complete cooperation by the como under fire for his "gettough" cause of Headley's meeting over his other nine opponents for the School Board, Group 1At -
here and because
statements. community polic Instituted last with the Negro community
Negro leaders, led by City of this no trouble has arisen:' December after a series of: leaders, his paper would not t large seat.

Commissioner Athalle Range "The statement attribute murders and robberies in Mi- insist today on the chiefs School Board candidate, Zeke Burrows came in a close third I Iin
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and Miami Times Editor Garth to Chief Headley was inflammatory resignation if Headley Imme- the candidate-laden Group 2 race Burrows had 12,183 votes,

Reeves, told Headley his and deserved to be t ami.Editor Reeves said atterthe diately named a Community but was nosed out of the second place spot by Cruthcher Field

statement had Inflamed many clarified" meeting, "Chief Headley is Relations unit within the police H f a r r Iso n with 14,724 votes. Sixteen candidates ran for the
members of the community. Daley had said that looter;;; apparently taking credit for force. The Dade Sheriffs Department Group 2 School Board seat.
and arsonists should be she in the has 'such a
The meeting also attendedby the peaceful atmosphere already teacher lost in his effort
school
on sight. Headley reported;)r Democrat Ronald Young a ,
but II has balkedat
Miami community unit but Headley
,
City Manager Melvin agreed with him. to gain a State House seat. Young had 17,226, but Dick Renick
the hard-nosed Bull all suggestions of establishing -
wasn't
Reese, Bernard Dyer, direc- ., polled 70,432. He was third in his race. I
tor of the Liberty City Com Headley told the community Connor type of police.chte: this department.
leaders "I did not rn.kethe t what this about, Headley said he believed a
brought
peace
Rev. Ralph
munity Council, Republican C. Gaylord Rolle lost in bis bid for a seat on the
Smith and statement attributed to me,. Rather it was the efforts 01: better community understand-
Ross Lt. Leroy for the Republican
School Board as he ran last in a four-man race -
agreed with the Chicagi() officials would envolve trom the t
Bill Miles, associate directorof I only many responsible public ing nomination. Rolle polled 1,599 votes.
the Human Relations Coun- mayor -- speaking of the situ.- organizations, and fair- meeting. \




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League io Organize' Poor Let The Poor People SpeakAt



JESCA Membership Meeting

The National Urban League gue will seek to: "We are not becoming a black - -
has announced an emergency (1) Establish coalitions of power movement in that we are I The biggest problem in urban Program and will appreciate ber ofalternatlves open
escalation of Its programs In groups woking on community advocating separation or vio- areas today is the lack of suggestions. He is experienced them as they attempt to solve
the 87 cities In which it serves problems to bring about immediate lence. What we seek is to reduce Citizens participation at the in community organization the problems that confront
the black community. change. powerlessness through level. The JamesE. and under his leadershipwe them In urban life. it endeavors .
grass-roots
Whitney M. Young, Sr.stat The purpose here is to find effective, meaningful, con- Scott Community Assn. is hope JESCA will be able to to develop local community
ed, at a New York news con out what people the ghetto crete programs by stepping up and has been for over forty make citizens Participation in leadership in the various
ference: want and help to organize to getit. our operation s intheblack the one organization in the Model Cities work. We neighborhoods in which it
"We expect to build ghetto community and In other minority Dade years County that has not beena hope the plan here will be a works so that together the peo-
power, to give the poor a voicein ((2)) Expansion of dramatic group communities that member of the establishmentand model for other cities. pie may create local neighbor
the community, by working new League programs the League serves. The coop- has represeted the hood structures and enhance
with them on a street-by ration of both blacks and We would like to see everyone civic participation,thus relat-
street 'Ql whites is essential in grassroots.The who is a member come and
blocitfj Ifm JMiIlWe our crusade new Model Cities pro- ing the neighborhood to the city
will give{hem ttie technical An example would be the to change the system that gram hopes to start a new bring a friend.This is a chance and larger community in
knowledge, the know-bow to Street Academy Program con subjugates the Negro and pre- trend -- back to the old town "to get a piece of the action"which meaningful ways.
mobilize local resources. ducted by the New York City vents the white man from living meeting where people had a experts and the man on The meeting is open to the
,Thus fortified, the people of Urban League, which recruits in a truly democratic society chance to express thmselves the streets agree is soneces- public. Mrs. Chambers says,
the black community can help dropouts from the city school ." about community activitiesand sary. The new Charter will be "if you care what's happening
themselves in a way no one system, teaches them in "Attention will also be programs; a way to talk presented by Mr Thomas: W. In your neighborhood, the
else can help them." storefront schools, and event- given to ways and means of with the people who representthem McAliley, chairman of the Board of Directors invite you
The League's national executive ually places them in colleges modifying white racist attitudes in government.The Charter and By-LawSCom to come and do what you can
director made the across the country. mittee. It will be discussed and "
do to
by enlisting the r. theme is "Let the Pea help.
statement following an emergency ((3) Establish a network of sponsible white community to ple Speak. Monday, May 13, approved.The .
two-day meeting of 250 block associations in each of Join in the campaign against at 8 p.m. in the CommunityRoom purpose as stated in the This is the first of a series of
top professional and volunteer the 87 cities served by the virulent discrimination and JESCA, 4901 NW 7th new Charter is: "The objective meetings to develop realCitizens -
League officials from across League. segregation.' Avenue there will be a Mem- of James E. Scott Com Participation in all areas
the nation. The meeting was The theory here is that while bership Meeting. Mr. JamesR. munity Association is to builda of government. Special em.
held at New Y o r k' s Comma individuals may not be able to Mr. Young said the sweeping Chambers, President says, creative partnership for the phasis will be placed in the
dore Hotel, do a great deal about solving expansion of League pro- "this is an important meeting purpose of all races and economic Model Cities demonstration.
At the meeting the officials state and grams and the creation of new levels for the Archie
major city, federal because ways and means for purposeof W. Hardwlck, the
discussed ways in which the problems they can at least ones will require much larger people to get active in Model creating a society of equal new Director of James E.Scott
57-year-o\ organizationcould unite to do something about the sums of money than the agency Cities Program will be discussed justice and opportunity for all.I Community Assn. has worked
strengthen its existing problems on their own block. currently has at its disposaland ." This is an excitingand It endeavors to increase the with Model cities in the de-
programs serving the poor and The League has built such said that plans are being new development in options of neighborhood resi- velopment Citizens Participation -
create new ones in view of the made to raise this additional dents who have the leastnum-
; community power through JESCA's Role in Model Cities : provision of the Bill.
rapidly accelerating racialcrisis block associations inst.Louis money. .__ _
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w the country and through Neighborhood
Mr. Young cltied the brutal Centers in Washington, D. C.
assassination of Dr. Martin (4)) Build economic power in
Luther King, Jr.,the riots that the ghetto by encouraging Negroes
were the direct result of it,the to own and operate their
urgent warnings of the Presi. own businesses.The '
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dent's Commission on" Civil Rochester Urban Lea : E :
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Disorders on white racism, gue, as an example, is assist : :f
the dramatic upheavals on the ing Negroes in acquiring and g I
nation's college campuses,the operating camera repair
increasing black student militancy shops.
the failure of Congressto Another area of League interest -
act on the Just demands of would be to help black (
the poor and the increasing men to obtain franchises from
polarization between the national chains to operate
races. stores and other businesses.
Because of this, Mr. Young (5) Help community groups
stated, demands for the spec- establish cooperative owner it:1
ial community services provided ship of businesses and credit j'
by the League have and consumer unions.
mushroomed and challengesfor Mr. Young strongly reaffirmed
programs have arisen.Mr. the League's historic _
Young stated that, commitment to interracial cooperation
among other things, the Lea in all its activities.
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If f -.RenewalMayor ' .
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Jack Block of South and new homes erected.
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Miami, who has been attempting The Mayor leveled charges
to better the living condi- against government neglect,

tions of the people who live in inadequate programs and Lois Jordan, Teller and graduate of Grooms High School in Sanford, Florida and Florida A. and M.,
South Miami's blighted area, faulty planning. He stated that
greets a typical family that
saves regularly the Roosevelt office.
spoke before the Community he has been hindered on all
Relations Board of Dade sides by government regula-
County at their invitation. tions and red tape; that in attempting Where People come First
to help his commun.
The Mayor, who is attuned to ity he was successful locat- . .for Saving with Security and Earning PowerIt's
the thinking of the Negro com- ing land sites for building,but

ple munity directly, realizes affected that the are peo- FHA has advised that becausethe never too early to start saving regularly, in orderto ment and by exceptionally strong reserves. Too,

to urban renewal since opposed land costs are so high no develop the qualities of thrift and self-reliance these savers know that FIRST FEDERAL pays the

they desire to remain in South would financing not is available.consider FHA which are so important to every youngster and adult. highest dividends consistent with safety, and savings

Miami community and not be rise construction.even Other areas high- And regardless of age, you'll find it pays to save accounts are insured up to $15,000 by a per-
relocated elsewhere. Many of cannot be used because there where you enjoy both liberal dividends and the secur- manent agency of the United States Government.
these people would, under urban ity afforded by the South's largest savings institution.
renewal,be forced to move are no sewer facilities. Whether your account is large or small, you will
More than a quarter million people have entrusted
to other slum areas since they always receive a warm welcome at America's Oldest
would be unable to qualify for Mayor Block stated that it is their savings to FIRST FEDERAL, because they know Federal. . where people come first.
new housing. about time the government their funds are protected by experienced manage-
stopped looking at the ghetto
Mayor Block, through pri- problem as businessmen only,
vate industry, has been attempting but realize that this is a great
to have some type of social problem and the normal Savings for regular passbook accounts received by the 22nd of this month
housing built under FHA 221 D business requirements shouldbe will earn dividends from the 1st of this month
with a government sibsidy for waived so that housing can
rent. He has been in touch with be secured for the people who ROOSEVELT OFFICE
some of the South Miami need it so drastically.In '

desire churches to who participate have evidenced in this a desperation, Mayor Jack ( $:)) First Federal

program. The Mayor believes Block stated he has written a Savings IN SURED
that in order to clear the letter to president Lyndon * AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF
blighted area it Is essential Johnson telling him of the MIAMIw
that housing first be furnished frustrations he has .
experienced H. WALKER .JR. CHAIRMAN AMERICA'S. OLDEST
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FEDERAL .
,, to some of the people and and advising the Presidentthat LARGEST IN THE SOUTH'J.
when these people have been the people are demanding DOWNTOWN FLAGLER STREET
relocated in South Miami, the action on their housing problems 100 N.l. h Av.. 374-6292 300 E. flogI.r S/. 314.8411 2750 S.W.CORAL 22nel S/WAY' 446.7692 8380 N.E.LITTLE 2nel Ar.RIVER. 7$1.4$11
shacks which they formerly and not promises of action NORTH MIAMI KENDALL
900 N.l. 125' S,. 757-3471 Doel.lonel/ Shopping HOMESTEAD ROOSEVELT
occupied could be condemned at some future date. 661.5313 28815 S. F.d.Hwr 247.4661 6015 N.W. 7th n. 75JISI1.r


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.11- THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, May 10, 1968 3-- j


To Attend Girls State at TallahasseeMiss '


?nac,Y h 1 S Rosalind Smith, a Junior :: a junior at Mays High School
.4 W at Miami Jackson High where she participates in

Control Equipm.itr School, and Miss Ethel Marie many school activities and excels
Chaney, a Junior at MaysJun- in Typing, English and
ior Senior High, have been Speech. She is president of
selected, from numerous contestants -I i'iwr Mays Modern Dance Group,
AttackedThe to attend Girls State member of debate club, Mays
which will be held June 14-21 Majorettes and guild Aux

Florida Cabinet approved not attend the Cabinet meeting 1r iliary. Miss Chaney aspires to
become a speech therapist.She .
last TuesdayalOOOOOap- Tuesday.The .
propriation to buy riot control telegram was not men- is the daughter of Mrs.
equipment. An NAACP leader tioned by other Cabinet members . Magnolia McKinzy, 10816 SW
called the action a licensefor during the meeting, and r 222nd Drive, Goulds.
"gunning down of black when they were asked about the Miss Juanita Mention,a Junior -
children, women and men in message afterwards, Secre- Jackson,is also very active -
aPx
the streets." tary of State Tom Adams and MISS JUANITA MENTION in many activities, including -
,
the Service Club Thes-
,
Agriculture Commissioner 1 Y
Marvin Davies, State Alternate pians Pep attends Holy Re-
,
,
Conner said had
Dolye
they
NAACP field director,said eratlonsin the state, and participation deemer
members of the organizationwere never heard about it. MISS ETHEL MARIE CHANEYat In all forms of law Catholic Church,secretary -
of the Catholic Youth
In his Davies said
telegram, making with our state repre-
"shocked" at the action Florida State University.Girls .
that of the riot-con-
purchase sentatives at the state capitol.
and that he was calling Negro State
sponsored by
,
trol equipment would be a slapat Misses Smith and Chaneyare .
leaders together to see what the American Legion Aux-
the effort of the NAACP to
the local
s ponsored by
they should do.Telegrams. iliary of Florida and having I
keep a cool .
summer. American Legion Auxiliary,
participants from all of
were sent by "You could lose an ally," areas John Griffin, #165, on which I,
the state Is to
Davies Monday to Gov.Claude the wire said. "Don't give license ,I designed provide Mrs. Mamie Montgomery is .
-------- week of Intensive
Kirk and,Cabinet members, to Negro genocide,gun- a experiences president, and Mrs. BeatriceL.
urging them not to pass the appropriation ning down of black children, .MISS ROSALIND SMITHGlasser in government op- Miller, Girls State Chair-
and to use the women and men in the streets.
money "constructively for "It's time for reason, restraint And Potter man.Miss Smith, who secured a
Jobs, training, housing, rec- and Justice, not sup- I I cumulative grade point aver A I
reation." pression, emotion or over- age of 3.7 for her tenth grade
The wire was received in the reacting. Human life still has Named Outstanding Citizens year, is most active in school
Governor's office, but he did value over property." and community affairs. She is VI
a cabinet member of the stu-
dent Council, Secretary of the

Kathleen Sanders Named d1r tary French of Honor the Anchor Society,Service Secre- .. ....... .-. '-- ;

I Club, chairman of the Junior MISS ALMA MAJOR, Alternate '

t F i Board, Sweetheart of the Interact Organization. M i s s Mention
Principal of West Homestead Service Club, and holds plans to enter the field of Pub-

membership in the Amicettes lic Relations,upon completionof
Kathleen Payne Sanders, Masters Degree at the Uni- Community Service Club and college.
daughter of pioneer MiamiansMrs. versity of Miami in 1963-the the Advance Modern Dance Miss Alma Major, a Juniorat
Julia Payne and the late other was Mrs. D. Wallace; Group.In Mays, has also been selected "
Mr. Reginald Payne, was pro- also, she was the first Negroto a addition to her many activities to be alternate for Miss +I
moted to principal by the command an integrated field she serves as a Sub- Chaney.Shehashadtheoppor-I
school board. A graduate of unit of female soldiers this stitute SundaySchool Teacher tunity to travel Tallahassee I
Fisk University, she will replace in Calif. at Saint James AME Church to attend the Drama Festival,
Mr. N. L. Bethel at West When asked about the secretof --- --- where she is a member. She as a member of the local

Homestead School. Mr.Bethel success and advice for other MRS. BESS GLASSERMrs. is a yearly Multiple Sceloro- drama club. Miss Major aspires -
moves on to Mays High. Miami boys and girls, Mrs. sis solicitor. Miss Roselind a future in medicine, ;
Sanders who is a native Mi- Bess Glasser and CHARLES POTTER Smith is the daughter of Mr. perhaps a psychiatrist, psychologist ,
amian and a graduate of Booker Charles Potter were honored, and Mrs. Julius Smith of 1580 1 or Just a doctor.She
..... T. Washington replied, "A amidst standing ovations last sentation, as an audience, filled NW 64th St.,and aspires to become is the daughter of Mr.and Mrs.
t person who has constancy of Wednesday, as Dade County's with past recipients of the a, guidance counselor.. William Major, 2230 SW 118th
purpose and selfdetermination Outstanding Citizens of 1967. awards, stood in'tribute to Miss Ethel Marie Chaney' Court, Goulds. .}

can reach what she sets They:were. .praised for making Mrs. Gasser and Potter. \P
x for herself. Fortunately, the Dade a Detter place to nve. ,t
Negro student in. our schools The awards, given for 21
today have many doors of op- years by B'nai B'rith'sSholem FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT
portunity open to them. Par- Lodge, have become two of the
) ents and teachers will help most distinguished honors for MODERATE RATES-CALL
provide them with the tools and I. community service here.
the "know-how" for getting Mrs. Glasser was awardedfor
through these doors. But each the part she played in the
student must use his self-de- push for low-cost housing for
termination toa dually walk the poor, and for her longstanding -
through these doors. But each leadership in the RENTAL

student must use his self-de- community, including presi-
Mrs. Sanders brings a rich termination to actually walk dent of the Urban League. '
background of experiences to through the door of his choice Potter, vice-president of
her new Job. A former captainIn this' no one can do for him." Burdine's Department Store,
the U. S. Army, she is a She keeps an old observa- was nominated by the Urban I
former employee of the U. S. tion made by Lincoln in her of- League. His work in aiding in AL
Dept. of Justice, the new fice. It reads; "I will study and the employmen t of people ti INC taDJa
Jersey Bureau of Prisons,and get ready and, perhaps my sometimes called"unemployabies {
the City of Miami Police De chance will come." Mrs. ," helped to earn him the ,
partment. Her teachingex- Sanders concluded, "lam honor o I THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND
periences extend from kinder- determined that my purpose at Joseph M. Lipton,presidentof MANAGEMENTAGENCYINTHESOUTHOPERATINGIN'DADE
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Among her many "firsts" as the teachers and parents show Loan Association and patron
a Negro; she was one of the the boys and girls how to"get of the awards made the
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first two Negroes to ear a ready" fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for
tenants convenienceA
I TRIBUTE TO MOTHERSan Under new regulations,
community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent
Choir No. Two of Mt. Zion afternoon of music and poe- visitors to the Bahamas no fr.e," furnished and air conditioned foryour comfort and enjoyment. .
Baptist Church cordially invites try, featuring guest artist, longer have to fill in a Customs ,
you to its eighth annual Timmie Terry. declaration form when arriv- A public relations department to assist you with your problems.:

I "Tribute to Mothers," Sun- Mrs. Cora A. Coleman, ing. All that is required is the Tenants concern will stopvandalismandreducethecostofhousing.l .
day, May 12, at 3 p.m., at 309 chairman Mrs.Josephine Mil- normal clearance by Customs
NW 9th Street. You will enjoy loy, co-chairman. inspectors at the terminal.
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iaim twinesOffice : 3i To Be EqualBy

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Executive
Director
: 6530NW 15th Ave., Miami, Fla. Fla.33U7-Phones69l '" "
By \/ National Urban League
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES Editor and Publisher
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor Mothers '-
STANLEY I. SWEETING Theatrical Editor A Tribute To

Making The System Workjust
; National Advertising directly respon-
Representative On Sunday May 12,we pay homage to those
Amalgamated Publisher, Inc. the hardships and
sible for ouVbeing here. When we consider
j Member 310 of the Madison Avenue New Yak N. Y. 10017 heartbreaks mothers face in reference to their children, we a very short time ago, people were talking about how
National
2400 S. Michigan Newspaper Avenue, Chicago Publishers, III. 60616 Association look upon this opportunity as a small token of our appreciation. our political system wasn't working. Dissatisfaction with the
Mothers are endowed with the responsibility of molding war was growing, but there didn't seem to be any response

ONE ,YEAR $5.00 SUBSCRIPTION RATES the minds of their children. Through their leadership and gui- from either party.
SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN' $6.00 dance the character of the individual is rounded into shape. The Students and other groups were beginning to turn their backson

' '" Entered as Second Class Matter August 9, 1927 at the Post love and affection offered by a mother has a direct bearing on our society. "No one is listening to us," they said. But they
Office at Miami Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 the overall outlook of the offspring, and in most cases dictatesthe suddenly found that the nation's leadership was indeed listen.

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" ability of the child to function in a changing society.OUr ing. Candidates came forward who expressed their views on
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America con best lead mothers,have faced an even more difficult task, because the war, and the President renewed efforts to negotiate our
the world from racial and national antagonism when it accords of the environment in which they have had to rear their child- way out of Vietnam.
to
man regardless of his
every
creed
color his
and legal rights. Hating no rocel leering or no man.the human Negro ren. Their struggle has been sometimes against insurmountable These events proved that the system does work. They prove
Press strives to help every man In the firm b.lI.f that all men odds. However, wa can look all around us and see outstanding that it is flexible enough to bend with the popular will, and they
are hurt as I long as anyone Is held back.VETERAN'S specimens developed through a mothers love and af prove that the way to change the system is not to refuse to have

fection. Mothers are often and usually taken for granted, but anything to do with it,but to challenge it and fight for what you
'Ie ditnr'5 otebooh this should not be the case. Mothers canbest be described as believe is right.
our best friend, our greatest ally, our most ardent admirer, The American system, with its careful checks and balances
and the one most likely to hear our calls for help. and divisions of power isn't easy to move. But when faced by
NEW HOSPITALLast Writing this Mother's Day tribute makes me recall last crisis, it shows it can adapt quickly. It seems to be doing it
Sunday afternoon, Ye Editor, accompanied by son-in- ]Mother's Dayand a discussion Ihadwithmy wife, now deceased. now; It did it over thirty years,ago when the Depression called
law, Veteran William Littles,attended the dedication of the new Its funny how things that seem Insignificant at the time for changes in the role of government' it adapted from a peacetime
$22.5 million Veterans Administration Hospital, (1035 beds) can take on such different meanings. I was concerned becaue economy to a war economy in 1941; and it responded to
one of the largest such institutions.It is located near the Jack- the children had gone to church and returned without the tradi- the challenge of aiding foreign countries with the Marshall plan
son Memorial Hospital Medical Complex. tional red flower worn by children and adults to devote a living in 1948.It .
The invocation was offered by the Most Reverend ColemanF. mother. I noticed this on the children's return from Sunday has proved that it can change when the national interest is
Carroll, Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Miami. School. I didn't mention it at the time because everyone had at stake or when enough white people get together to demanda
Welcome remarks were made by the Hon.Stephen F. Clark, started to offer their Mother's Day gifts.After the cards, gifts particular course of action. Now it has to prove that It can
Mayor of the City of Miami; the Hon. Chuck Hall, Mayor of and kisses had been given and things returned to normal I did be flexible enough to respond to the legitimate needs of Negro
Metropolitan Dade County; Congressmen James A. Haley, get to voice my concern. I said "Millie, didn't you get the citizens.
Claude Pepper, Paul Rogers,J.Herbert Burke,Dr. W. Dean children any flowers to wear?" To this she replied. "BookerT. For the same disbelief In the system and the same alienation
Warren William of the University of Miami School of Medicine; Hon. I started to,but since I wasn't going to wear one I just didn't which is slowly fading among concerned white citizens who

:i E. Teague.Driver, administrator of Veterans Affairs; Hon.Olin bother." "I wore one last year but I decided then not to wear find their views being adopted, has flourished years In the
anymore. I know mother's dead. I know this,but it Just doesn't ghettos of America's cities.
i The dedicatory address was delivered by Congressman seem like it to me.So I Just won't wear any flower." I will give
Dante B. Fascell and the dedication prayer by the Rev. Theo- my children a choice, but Fm sure after I tell them of our dis- It's about time the system began working for them too.
dore Gibson, Rector of Christ Episcopal Church. cussion they will not elect to wear a flower on Mother's Day. Our country has to respond to the people who want decent

Also among the many ministers attending was the Rev. Edward Jobs, better housing, and first-class education for their child
T. Graham, pastor of Mt. Zion Baptist Church.Dr. ren. U it can come up with a Marshall Plan for Europe, it can
A. Tomasulo is the hospital's director. There are 12 come up with a Domestic Marshall Plan to do for the victimsof
floors In the building, plus the basement. Phil OssoferI the ghetto what it did for victims of the war.
Touring the floors was made by groups of 9 to 12. That's as But these are old complaints, and our nation has turned a

many as the elevator accommodates at a time.The guides were see where the governmentis keep the traffic toll down. deaf ear to them before. Perhaps It will start listeningnow

courteous and efficient. making our automobile I see a parallel to this situ- that the Poor People's Mal ch on Washington will once
We covered a lot of space on those tours, and there were manufacturers install more ation in the area of human re- again bring them to the public's attention.And it isn't just poor
some tired feet but no complaints.There was much to see and ,
safety features in our cars. I lations. In this area we are Negroes who are marching, it's also poor whites, Spanish-
we enjoyed seeing them: The library, physical, medicare and \cannot say that I am enthusiastic trying to solve our race prOb- speaking citizens, Indians, and all who are oppressed left
rehabilitation dental department, pharmacy, kitchen chapel, about these improve- lems by adding the "safety out of our country's prosperity.But .

room auditorium and many, conference other interesting room, features.radiology, visitors waiting ments because no matter how features" of better housing, our system seems to be far more responsive to change
safe the cars are made,we will better education and better when white people advocate it. That's why I recently called fora
U Ye Editor is correct, there are 1800 rooms in the build-
,continue to have more accidents Jobs. Well, like with the cars, White March on Washington, led by the white leadership of

ing.After the tour refreshment were served on the first floor as the number of cars these safety features are the nation, to back up the demands of Negroes and other mi
of the Outpatients area. increase on our streets and needed, but they will not solve norities.
j highways.It the basic problem.Here again, And that's why I want white people to get into the ghetto to
the emphasis must be placedon see what it is like to live on the wrong side of town. That's
OUR CRIME
SITUATIONThe seems to me we are at- the human element. In this what the President's Commission on Civil Disorders did. The

tacking the traffic problem case, (in which we are all"be political, industrial, and labor leaders who made up that group
Greater Miami Crime Commission report that crimein from the wrong angle.Sure, we hind the wheel"), we must smelled the uncollected garbage, saw the misery, heard the
Greater Mia mi is committed at the rate of
one every eight need all the safety features, clear our hearts and minds of grievances, and went back to their offices to write a powerful
minutes is or should shocking to all
classes
of the commun- but we are leaving out the most racist ideas and accept all Report which shocked the nation with Its attack on white rat
ity. Even those who of such
are guilty crimes.
Important improvement that is mankind as brothers. Until we cism and the lack of opportunities.Just .
The Commission 167 crimes
reported from
der to burglary during the 24-hour period, ranging ending Saturday mur- needed. "We must make the do, we will continue to have human a few weeks ago the mayor of Jackson, Mississippi told
driver a safer driver. If we all relations crashes, endan- people; "There are no slums in the city f Jackson." Two days
morning. To the least that is
say a pretty bad record. One that
should hurt the feelings of all citizens. Where should we go drove like we should,we could gering the lives of all. later he was given a conducted tour of those very slums he
build our cars out of cardboardand So wasn't aware of even he'd been for twenty years,
from this point? It might or would be of interest to know Just you see . auto race or though mayor
how man y of the offenders were apprehended and dealt with. still arrive alive each and human race . the problems and he emerged shaken. "I've seen things today," he said, "I
We have laws that are made to deal with crime. Interpreting every time. However, as longas have the same solution. And it wouldn't have believed existed "
them is the duty of those in authority. If one is merciful, one we drive in the present isn't the vehicle, be it car or White America is going to have to open its eyes and stop
could also be merciful. Some of our Judges are perhaps too manner, our steering wheels human relations, that needs sweeping these problems underthe rug of indifference and
merciful controlled by a nerve center of the safety features; it's the apathy it has to demonstrate that it can change when changeis
cho sc shocking to all classes of the commum-
We cannot help but believe that the general public expectsand crossed wires of resentment, driver, whether he Is mis- called for by Negroes, as well as by whites.
will support Inflicting punishment according to the law. prejudice and sometimes out- handling the wheel of an auto- We've got to make the system work for everybody, becauseIf
right arrogance, all the safety mobile or spiritually running we don't, it won't work for anybody.
features in the world won't down his fellowmen.

SOUTH DADE GRADUATES 695

Miami-Dade Junior College South held its first separate
graduation exercises on Sunday at the South Campus and diplo- 2 New Principals Named Cogdell I
mas or associate degrees were conferred on 659 graduates. RetiringNelson
Preceding the graduation, new buildings were dedicated to
\ the Niles Trammell Learning Resources Center and the Leo- Bethel, principal of Named Daniel Wagner, who
nard A. Usina Hall of Science. They are named for the mem- West Homestead Elementaryand has been acting principal of West Dunbar Elementary and thune Elementary. Mrs. Rob-
bers of the Junior College Advisory Committee.The Junior High School, will Miami Central High since the will Mrs. Walton Robinson, who inson will replace Walter Cog- I
graduation address was delivered by Dr. Lee Henderson become principal of Mays Highin death of Principal Thomas L. become principal of Be- dell, who is retiring.

assistant State superintendant for community Junior colleges Goulds on July 1, Carter early in the school

year, was named the school's -
Th e North Campus graduation took place last week. Bethel a Negro will succeed principal effective on July 1.
Geraldine Fortenberry received a$1,000 scholarship awardin Earl Wells, who will take a Merchants who advertisein
leave of absence from the Promoted Carol
City Junior
Journalism, matching one given at the North Campus.
school system to pursue his High principal Joseph Dugoni
doctorate degree.In to a senior high principal,and The Miami Times are
assigned him to Miami
CONGRATULATIONS TO JOHN S. KNIGHTYe another major change, the i High. Jackson Principal Jackson -

board appointed Mrs. Kathleen. Don Burroughs is going on telling you they appreciate
Editor congratulates Publisher John S. Knight of the Mi- Sanders, a Negro, to take over leave.
ami Herald, the Detroit Free Press, the Charlotte Observerand Bethel's post as principal at
the Akron Beacon Journal for having received the first West Homestead Elementaryand Dr. Bert Kleiman, who has doing business with
t triple Pulitzer victory award in the history of Journalism.The Junior High. been on leave of absence, was
Pultizer distinguished editorial writing award cover excellence named principal of Madison
i in clearness of style, moral purpose, sound reason- The promotions were among Junior High; Dr. Louie B. you. They are courteous
ing and power to influence public opinion. many approved by the board nioff, now at Madison, will be

Eugene Gray Payne of Knight's Charlotte, (N.C.) Observer, last week of upon the recommendation transferred to Westview Junior dependable. Shop where
was named the outstanding editorial cartoonist of 1967. ward Superintendent Ed- High School.
Whigham.In .
The staff of Knight's Detroit Free Press, which has been New
shut down since last November in a labor dispute, was cited other appointments, the principals elementary school you are appreciated!

for local reporting of the 1967 Detroit riots and their causes. board; Stuart, who was are assigned Mrs. Linda tn -



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5 22-MlUfDN TO AID THE AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT SAID TODAY THAT IT HAD HOMEYAHD
ANYTHINGBY THE HUNGRY IS REFOOD FOR HUHGRY PEOPLE BUT THE BUREAUCRATIC CONFLICTS MTH
TURNED TO TREASURY OFFICIALS OFTEHBLOCKED .
TH REP WAS/PROLM&YACOi
.G OES. D ijAID THAT IO MILLION tSE'RYATIY
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GARTH C. REEVES UNU5ED.WAaM1HaTnMD.... ESTIMATE OFTHE NUMBER OF PERSONS SUFFERING FROMASHORTABE
42.lo OF FOOD AND THAT THE SHORTAGE UAS ACUTE IN ZS6 COUHTtES.\?

JOBS IN MIAMI- DOUBLE TALK OR FOR REAL?

It appears to us that a great deal of attention is being focusedon
the jobs for the so call hard-core black brothers, but we -

really wonder if this is another game being played to keep It F, : i--; }L-
cool for the expected hot days ahead.

For many, many years we have stressed the importance of
the black man preparing himself for jobs,not Just average
jobs, we mean the type of jobs that pays eight, nine or ten thou-
sand dollars per year. But suddenly due to recent violence and
rioting we are suddenly being hit with the idea that we must in-
stantly find jobs for those people who have not prepared them-
selves for one reason or another. This does not mean to say
that those who have not had an opportunity to prepare them-
selves well should not be looked after, but I wonder why we
can find so few black people in junior executive and upper level
executive positions in our community. The fact is the private

business man does not seem willing to reach for the bright / n Lt iiI
young Negroes (many of our school teachers are only teaching
because there were no other doors opened to match their abil-
ity).
It does not look good to us nor do we think we have a healthy
community when we can see so few black men holding down decision
making jobs. While it is true that Metro Dade County is
moving ahead rapidly, it appears that the remainder of the (
business establishment is sitting on its hands content to only ;.
giving the Negro Jobs at the entry level. They have a new cliche
called "hard-core" now,
We would be the first to admit that as a result of years of
neglect and discrimination, many of our young people have not
trained themselves for the highly competitive business world, USA

but we ask how much background does one have to have in order .-'"' _
to be a good middle management type of person. We feel .....
certain that if Dade County can find Negroes responsible for ::":: ..' '."! \."! .< ..
millions of our tax dollars then certainly something must be SYSTEMATICALLY EXCLUDED FROM AMERICA'S PLENTY!
wrong when we can see so few in the upper- level .jobs in .private

enterprises. URBAN RENEWAL ACTIVITIESA i"t H( i 01 I KOSOMKOPPORTUNITY
Dade County does not have a fair employment commission,
but it does have a representative of the Equal Employment Opportunity If::;: Legal
Commission on its staff. Hopefully his efforts will small group ofpropertyowners has proposed forming a OBMBBBOi 1WM" H
lead to higher employment in the upper level while at the same corporation to develop-in the center of the project area-- Services
time we give adequate attention to the lower level jobs. shopping center covering approximately five acres. Since J 1' rI
When will Dade County establish its own Commission on the original plan designates a one acre area for shopping and BY; Leo Adderly,
since this proposal would involve changes in such .
Equal Employment Opportunity to handle complaints of dis- neighborhood Center Attorney
crimination in characteristics as parking and traffic patternswe have asked
our community? The time! is now.LET'S .
Eric Hill Associates to restudy the commercial use aspect of
this area and make recommendations based on the effects of REVOLVING CHARGE ACCOUNTSAll
TALK POLITICSIt such a change. of us are familiar with the charge account plan where one
buys "on time" and can continue making purchases on the account -
has been the practice for the past several years for can- STAGE IS SET FOR PUBLIC HOUSING IN PROJECT NO. 1 by paying a specified part of the monthly bill, not the

didates seeking statewide elective offices to engage one or whole amount, each month. This is the revolving charge account -
more Negroes to travel over the state as their campaign managers Advertising for bids for the construction 100 public hous- plan. Basically, the account operates like an open-end
to work in the Negro communities in the interest of ing units in the northeastcorner of Project No. 1 is scheduled installment plan. The monthly payments constantly reduce the

"selling" their respective candidate to the Negro ,voters, to commence on June 12.'J balance while new purchases build it up again.
sometimes appoint and work with and fund local political leaders The surprising feature of such accounts which is not \'
"LITTLE HUD" TAKES TIME TO GO TO THE BEACH explained -
in the cities of appreciable Negro registration.It to the general public, is the fact that the service chargeis i
has long been a well known secret among the Negroes that Preliminary activity on the feasabillty study in the south approximately 1 1/2% of each month's balance.A profitable \
these too much time and
campaigners spent tundsf'partying"in
shore Miami Beach area is currently underway.The structural 18% simple annual interest for the store per year on each ac-
air conditioned hotel and motel suites with local
"profes- survey has begun and we are in the process of informing the count. To illustrate,a service charge rate of 11/2% per monthis
sional and social leaders" and too little time and campaign
18% simple annual Interest.We will that the
account has
residents as to the nature and purpose of the study. A site office say
funds with the local "grass roots" politi-workers. has been selected and following its opening in mid-May a $100.00 balance and multiply it by 18%. The annual charge
However, since this is generally the acceptable practice of
the 100% relocation-diagnostic will would be $18.00 and for one month the charge would be 112thof
white politicians, Negroes seldom"blew the whistle" and even survey begin.
$10.00 or 150. The 11/2% monthly interest is standard in
when they did it was not blown loudly, but the abuse of this PROBLEM OF THE MONTH the credit industry on accounts of this type, However there
"privilege and practice" in the current campaigns of ex-governor /variations of this plan, and the way the 11/% interest is
Leroy Collins and attorney general Earl Faircloth has Planning for citizen participation in as large an area and computed can make a world of difference to the buyer.
been so indiscreet as to cause high officials in both camps to involving as large a population as the Model Cities Programof There are basically three types of revolving charge account
investigate the activities of their Negro statewide campaign Dade County calls for very careful organization of citizen plans;
managers. committees if we are to achieve equitable representation. (1)) With a the balance
( 30-day option figured on unpaid the
previous month's balance minus the monthly payment;
Do We Have ((2)) A 30-daYoption plan where the service charge is figuredon
Why DirtyNeighborhoods the previous month's balance and;
((3)) The no option plan where the 11/2% charge Is figuredon
the current balance- which is the previous month's balance
? minus the monthly payment, plus new purchases.The most expensive -
of these plans is the no option plan and the least expensive
plan is the 30-day option plan figured on the unpaid
UM Scientists To Study Cause and CureThe balance.

Moreover, some stores use a minimum monthly service I
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offer of a study team consisting of volunteer scien- further that an environment of clean,healthful,attractive charge, that is, lithe charge figured at the regular rate Is less '
tists from the University of Miami last week was given to housing was essential for the proper mental and physical than the minimum, you pay the minimum. This practice makesit
the Dade County Community Relations Board at a public welfare of both children and adults and that all citizens unwise for the buyer to leave small balances unpaid. For example -
meeting called to hear complaints on problems of the Ne- within our community were entitled to the opportunity to : You have a$7.00 balance at a store with a 50 cent mini-
gro citizens of Dade: County.The team would be composedof live in i clean neighborhood. mum and pay the regular $5.00 installment due. One and one
medical doctors, sociologists, psychologists, econo- Mr. Gibson then proposed that the Dade County Com half percent of the remaining $2.00 is 3 cents. But you are
mists, engineers, educators, and managemert specialists munity Re la t ions Board devote immediateeffortsto charged 50 cents equivalent to 25% of $2.00.
and would direct its efforts to solving the continuing prob- achieving permanent conditions of cleanliness in the Ne- THINK! COMPARE! SAVE!
lem of.dirt and accumulated waste materials in the Negro gro neighborhoods! with! the scope of research ranging From time to time this column receives general questions
sections of Dade County. from physical equipment requirements to motivation stu- about legal problems which affect the community.,Below is a
The unsightly, rodent breeding, disease bearing pilesof dies of the reasons for uncleanliness within the neighbor- question posed recently.
waste which are visible in Negro neighborhoods in almost hoods. Question; I bought a TV set two months ago which was ad- S
all cities of the nation- well as In Dade County vertised on the radio as "No money down. Two years to pay.
have been a source of complaint by both residents and non- Subsequent to the Saturday meeting,anenthusiastic response Guaranteed for one year." My neighbor and I went down to the '
residents for many years. periodically,under acute pressure to the proposal was received from members of the store to see about it.And the salesman told me the same thing.
from aroused citizen organizations or news media, faculty at the University, offering the service of scientistsand And I signed some papers and got the set the next day. How-
sanitation forces work overtime and clean out the waste professionals in the many fields of investigation that ever, three weeks later the picture tube blew out and I've been
piles only to have the situation revert to the normal: unhealthy will be required thus leading to the formation of the hearing loud noises coming from the back of the set everytimeI
condition soon after. Neighborhood Improvement Study Team. pass by it. I've called the store for someone to come out and
fix it but refuse to talk to about it. Some of
Here in Dade County this deplorable condition was recently The unique study will be the first in the nation to seek ; they even me my
who went down to the store and television
neighbors sets
exemplified when a group of local businessman out the "cause and cure of uncleanliness,' and, if suc- bought
rented and borrowed a number of trucks and devoted their cessful will provide invaluable information for other urban have the same problem. What can we do?
personal efforts to removing tons of trash from the cen- communities in the nation. That the problem of "DirtyNeighborhoods" Mrs. R. M.
.. Answer: You should stop paying on the set. Send a letter to
tral Negro area. is of great interest to the Metro members
AT a seminar on Urban Problem.? held atthe University of the Dade County community was proven this week the store notifying them that you revoke your acceptance of the
of Miami 27 it was charged by JohnN. the sales contract. You have the right to revoke your acceptanceof
on Saturday,April upon release of results of interviews with large number
Gibson, Chairman of the Dade County Pollution Control of Negro residents in the low..income neighborhoods. a sales contract when the seller does not live up to his end j

Board, that infrequent and sporadic attempts to cleanupthe When asked to list the top complaints of the Negroes, of the bargain.
low-Income neighborhoods of thecom:111mityprovided "dirty neighborhoods" appeared as the third most com Should you have any legal questions,of a general nature, you
can address inquiries to this column at 2741 NW 49th Street.
mere token efforts and did not substantially improve the mon complaint within a total 25 complaints;the complaint ,1
depressing environmental conditions present. He stated being voiced by 67% of the Negro families interviewed! For specific legal problems you should see your lawyer or 1,
contact your nearest Neighborhood Economic Opportunity
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and has been appointed to the National Board l1fAltd


tions.Sigma Gamma Rho will present their"Buds of Spring," Friday JieiykU A

I May 10 at Bayfront Auditorium. 01
'I11ere's a new face at WTVJ_He's Bob Reid president
his senior class at MiamiDade a former Miami Herald reporter 1oc/J
BY CLARICE LITTLES Orchids to Ralph
Miami Times Society Editor who, will be an on camera newsman.
Renick. BY PRISCILLA REDDING
Sunday marks the 54th national observance of Mother's Day. WHAT A.CAKEI Willie Mays' Birthday Cake. The cake was -
' President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed the second Sunday in presented to Mays on his 37th birthday in the Houston Astrodome Those interested in losing weight, why not Join the weight
r May a national holiday devoted to mother in 1914, but it was Monday night/The 569-pound cakepne pound for each of watcher's class at Frank C. Martin Elementary School Tuesdays -
Anna M. Jarvis of Philadelphia who in 1908 arranged a special his home runs, contained 3,800 eggs, 150 pounds of sugar, 300 8 thru 10 p.m. For further information phone 2354503once
I church service in Grafton, West Virginia,tribute to her reI pounds of flour and 100 pounds of almonds.The cake was in the again 2354503.You .
I Gently deceased mother figure "24,' Mays' uniform number. are cordially invited to a Banquet at the "Sweetings"
Mothers are getting younger. According to the last census Ronald Evans, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Evans house on :Saturday, May 25, sponsored the Usher Board No,
figures, of the nearly 55 million mothers in the United States, of New York has been appointed assistant principal at P. S. 1 of Bethel Baptist Church. Donation $5.00, you may obtain
35 per cent are between the ages of 20 and 24 and 24 per cent 201 one of the most modern'plants in the nation He is the ne tickets by contacting any members of the Usher Board. Your
J are under 181 phew of Mrs. Harriet Outen. support will be greatly appreciated.The .
Mrs. Martin Luther King, Jr. will become the first woman You and your friends are invited to attend the annual Mo- women of Second Baptist Church are sponsoring a
'\ ever to address a Harvard Commencement exercise when she ther's Day Tea at the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation, Mother's Day Fashion Talent Tea, at 6 p.m.,Sunday, May 25
takes the place of her husband as class day speaker June 12 at 1835 NW 54th Street. 5 p.m. 6 p.m. Donations adults $1.00, teenagers $.50, and Elem.$.25.Come Cambridge. The 1968 class committee announced that Mrs. Visiting the W. T.,Jenkins recently were Mrs.Mary A. carl- out and enjov ths affair.
King has agreed to fulfill the engagement accepted by Rev. Kinga son of Laurinburg, N. C..; Mr. and Mrs.Woodrow Walston and The PTA of Richmond Heights Junior High is presenting the
week before his assasination in Memphis, Tenn., April:4. Reggie Tony'Cobb of Richmond, Va.; and Mr. and Mrs. Second Baptist Celestial Choir in a Negro Heritage Recital.
... .... ........ ." ......l wrq George Watson of Bartow, Fla. Donations $1.00, May 26, at 4 p.m.
: The Richmond Heights Men's Pioneer Civic Social Club will
We
Please help some Girl Scout get to champ this summer.to hold a Casual Dance, May 11.This event will take place at the
sup-
r.. i are port asking us in this clubs drive, social for and Caraperships.fraternal organizations Eight dollars ($8.00)) Cutler Ridge Amusement Center, 20239 South Dixie Highway)
to Girl Cutler Ridge Shopping Center. You may purchase a ticket to
will send one girl to Day Camp. Make checks payable :
s Scout Council of Tropical Florida Inc. and send to 3001 Poncede this gala activity from any member of the club.
1 Leon Blvd., Suite 200 Coral Gables, Fla. 33134. On May 19, the Lawn of the Month Judges will be around to
pick the winner. Here are a few pointers to remember while
1\ ) grooming your lawn: ((1) Trim hedges, (2) See that all flowerbeds

......-- . Zeta Sigma DanceThe are clean, and ((3)) Make sure the extended portion from
the sidewalk to the road is well groomed.

SUE DARVILLE GWEN annual dance of the Zeta Beta Sigma was introduced
Sue Harris attended the Florida State Massage Association i Phi Beta Sorority and the Phi For her diligence in helpingthe SPECIAL
at St. Petersburg. Sue was elected secretary-treasurer of the i I Beta Sigma Fraternity was cause of Sigma spend on its STUDENT
: group. held on Friday, May 3, at the way, our queen Mary Henry
t Congratulations to Geraldine Fontenberry, a 19yearoldstaff I Seville Hotel. During inter will receive a 22 day trip to Bus ID Photos
writer for her college newspaper at MIami-Dade Junior mission the new queen of Phi Europe. Lawrestine Gibson it
Coli e g e-South for winning the E d win Lahey Scholarship second prize winner will spenda 2 For sac
; ($1,000) as the outstanding Journalism student on her campus weekend in Nassau,and Bar-
this year. bara Williams third prize will
Geraldine, a Mays High School graduate,will begin study this t4.L; ekL receive a beautiful watch. SATURDAY ONLY
l' year at the University of South Florida. Under a cooperative 1eLekk1&i& Runners up in the contest were
i I education program, she'll begin work August under The Miami Edith Robinson, Florence JOHNSON OF MIAMI
Herald's intern training program.It Nichols, and Louise Berry,
was a full house at the Wilbur(Irene) Ellison of Browns- e .,and Jean Tysot
'Ce Corner NW 38 St. &
ville. Motoring down from Chicago were Mr.and Mrs. George Music for the occasion was
Stringfield Love and their four children for a visit with his furnished by Billle Rolle and
parents, Mr. and Mrs.J.C. Love,his sisters, Irene and Nancy his orchestra. For a brief span 12 Ave.
.Parker and his brother, Edward Love. the Noel Cruze Trio played a
Mrs. Estelle Cunningham is all smiles since the family reunion swinging session accompanied
that she hosted was all that she had hoped for. Alice B. r by a female vocalist. An en- PHONE: 635-4148
Hall, James and Cile assisted. Those sharing in the celebra- r joyable evening was had by all
tion were Mrs. celie Williams, and Jack Williams, Sympter-
ville; Mrs. Addle Wright and Mrs. Lucille Knight, Taveries;
Mrs. Bertha Williams, Mr. and Mrs.Willie MJateries, and Er I
t nestine Williams, Ft. Lauderdale; Mr.and Mrs.Leroy Wright, Come see our fabulous fashions for
i Mrs. Wyline Wilson and son Larry, Mrs. Ruby Middleton,
I West palm Beach; Mrs. Theodosia Lott, Joe Williams, Huey MOTHER'S( DAY
Williams, Mrs. Ida Bessie Hawkins, and Ulysses Gibson, MI-
ami; Laretha Rhaming, Audrey Rhaming and son, West Holly-

wood.Others attending the reunion were Mrs. Gertrude Edwards, .e .ai!

Mrs. Mamie Culver 1 and son George, Mrs.IOla Frazier, Mr. jaw 11
and Mrs. Gary ,Bell, Arie Lee Landy, Lillian Williams, Mr.
and Mrs. Josh Wells and Mrs. Marie Collins. -. aekt L
Last week, Darville J. Knowles m, a Junior at Howard Uni-
versity was the recipient of two awards. He made honors in J
Science and became Phi Beta Kappa Darville is the son of .
Darville and Helena Knowles. He lives with his grandmother, (
Mrs. Maude Prescod, 6735 NW 13th Avenue, Miami. 4 \.. iPtIFK
Welcome Mrs. Marie Carl our new deputy director for ad-
ministration in the Economic Opportunity Program, Inc.
I want to assure that our welcome to you is warm and heart-
felt. We hope you will enjoy our city and that the friendshipsmade
here may grow and deepen. We hope you will have time
to enjoy many of the unrivaled beauty spots of the state and its i
many facilities for recreation. May your stay here be a suc- Sf '
cessful and enjoyable onel t 1 d ;c 11
Here from Nassau are Da Costa Williams (business) and
Mr. Pedro Roberts who's attending the Pharmacists Conven-
tion at Miami Beach.

All Girl Scout Volunteers are invited to attend the regular iflii >
meeting of Ixora I and n at the Neighborhood Centerette, 757 1
NW 66th Street 7 p.m. Monday, May 13. Mia
Get well wishes to Zeola Jones at South Miami Hospital; / A
Margaret Jones, E, W. (Bill) Strachan, Ethel Dorsett and
W.
Murial Williams at home. Your prayers are asked for Mrs.
Laura Seymour at home and Mr.Clarence Gaither at Jackson. .8 j t
Gloria Wright spent the weekend in West Palm Beach visi- '
ting relatives and friends.
Congratulations to James and Evelyn Martin who celebrate
their thirty-fifth wedding anniversary today (May 9)),
Sgt. Daniel W. Mulliens Unit No. 39 DAVA is urging all eli
gible women to Join their unit. Meetings are the second Saturday Sweet Chocolate, ,,
of each mOl: Centerette, 757 NW 66th Street 8 p.m. or Tangy Orange, No
,
Won't you Join us this Saturday, May 11? Linen Halter & I actually you're Mr,.not seeing frtP'' All three of these lovely ladle are
Delores
Thank you, Mr. Melvin B. Weinkle. (Park Lane president) Embroidered t a. she models three Bankston displaying that fabulou. Lory' Look
: Contributions of a dime a week by 350 employes of Park Lane Diamond on Mrs Bankston stunning outfits at our Edison Center Store.
Cafeterias are adding up to an $1,800 year scholarship fund Pant of Whiteor Chi Sorority fashion was T.how.of the Fashions featured models l In the recent Alpha| PhI
honoring the memory of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. Yellow were by Lory', of course.WE .
The scholarship fund will pay a student's way while he 4
studies human relations at the University of Miami.Seventeen DO GIFT WRAPPING :
cafeterias in the chain are participating. Are there other interested ,
groups.Willie Young,a head waiter,said, "We all felt LOVE SET 1
that this was the best thing to do to show that we do care, and ;

that we're interested in doing something lasting for someone I Open 9 10 9 .4 '+
else." Ln(! Sizes 3.20
$35.l'l y's
At the Regional Meeting of the National Business and professional L (!)

Women's Clubs, Inc., Mrs. Margaret,Belcher,national -
t president and Mrs. E. Arleen Greens. E. district governor LORY'S FASHION SHOPS EVERYWHERE!
presided. Mrs. Daisy Murrell,West Palm Beach is S.E. NMTMDOC $ < : 6112 NW 7th
Governor-elect. Gwendolyn Howard is vice-governor-elect SIZES 3-16 OPEN 30-9i30 AVENUE (EDISON CENTER)

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, Ma 101968 7James'


'"-/fjfflr New York Library OfficialTo Draperies ,II


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Mrs. Augusta Baker, Coor-
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235-8816 jj
the New York Public Library -
will speak on "The
Children's ,Programs" at the BEDSPREADS DRAPERIES SHADES
BY STANLEY"SWEETS" SWEETING School and Children's Section UPHOLSTERING CARPET

LINE-O.-TYPE Luncheon on Friday, May'10, Alt prices trimmed fit pocket
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your
at 12>00 noon, at the Florida Sv
You will like the do business
THINGS Library Association Conven- way we
I NEVER KNEW;The Miami News editor Bill Baggs
and The Atlanta Constitution's Ralph McGllI tion at the Dupont Plaza Hotel. In your home at your convenience

are my pick of what! editorial writers shouldbe Mrs.Baker. Is President of Call for Appointment 235-8816
. If you think one and one make two, the American Library Asso-
check the birth rate . The nude photos ciation's Children's Service
nudie magazines get away with and the raw :a, Division and is on the American "
dialogue permitted to pass the movie Library Association Exe-

censors, make you wonder about our so- a.t cutive Board. Your *
called Great Society...AllScotch whiskiesare Augusta Baker is the authorof
not distilled Scotland...There never articles and books includ- --
was a better disc than the Raven's'record ing The Talking Tree, The e r sit y, Graduate Library TO MORE PROFITS & PRESTIGE
ing of "Old Man River" in saving-time. Golden Lynx and Young Years; School and Columbia University -
Anthology Children's Literature School of Library Service. COULD BE ADVERTISINGYOUR

FVE NEVER SEEN a dream walking but rye seen many a She has organized library BUSINESS IN
man walking in a dream. . Wonder why motorcycle cops Mrs. Baker has taught at work for children in the Trinidad .1A41.3
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never smile I till 1 I like this line from Columbia's Frank Cam- Syracuse University;Univer- (British West Indies)Public "b..m
pana: "Place to stop drunken driving is at the bend in the elbow sity of Nevada; Rutgers UniA Library. .li ''l ..iJrr $

not at the bend in the road" . We've had 'em better, but : N CALL US TODAY!
no Negro high school athlete was more colorful than Edward Newt Car :. Wi' Prereetrce "r
.
(Tops) Kimball . The late Rudolph (Chink) Symonette of .r, ,fI" .. ': ' "I; ' "': "" )' ''fl'"f, ; 1" I 6530 NW 15 Ave
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Chink's Tonsorial parlor never a bad haircut. " . Riots in Miami? ,
gave ._..... .__.- -- -;... ... .. .,,,.. c;..._- ;., ,... 691-0421

SIDNEY POITIER'S success as an actor hidden in the fact round table discussion on versity of Chicago Alumnae
that he Is not the pretty-boy type--like James Edwards, Herb "How Can We Prevent Race Club.
Jeffries, Ralph Cooper,etal--all celluloid failures. The'minute Riots In Miami,' will be held
he'konks'b is locks and puts on the glamour-boy bit, watch Thursday, May 16, 8:30 p.m.,
out !II I 11 I Miami!Herald columnist Larry King keeps up the consistency at the DuPont Plaza Hotel,
Mothers' LP SaleFRIDAY
.. great on radio, great on television, great in print Plaza Room North. Special Day

. I Just adore the ways Mrs Samuel(Doretha) Payne coos
Panelists will be Dr. Philip
"Going H 0 me" . And I just love the way Valdez Murray
chirps anything. Hauser, Sociologist, University SATURDAY SUNDAY ONLY
of Senator
Chicago; HarryP.

WHEN TWO OR MORE acquaintances meet for dinner, why Cain, Chairman, Community Large Selection S As S 99
Relations
Board Dade
does the waitress always put the tab on one bill? ? ? Did you ,
County Howard Dixon,Direc- Jazz Pop Spiritual L P Low 1
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ever hear of a housewife who kept the right grain in the right tor, Legal Services, EOPI;
canister? ? ? rye never heard a Latin speak slowly . rm Bernie Dyer Director, Lib- Rock & Roll As
,
Just crazy about sports especially football-and I ought to be.
Council
erty City Community
But I think we're overdoing "Bowl"bits.Too much commercial ;
and Lt. Harold Barney Ex. .
interest and not enough sports interest.. My favorite I
Assistant to Dade County Di-
song writer is Irving Berlin. rector of Public Safety. Dr.
CARTER'S RECORD CENTER
Ted Aidman will be modera-
FVE HEARD OF Choir No.land Choir No. 2 and sometimeseven '

Choir No. 3 among our many churches.But apparently St tor.The
John Institutional Baptist(judging by the various cap-and-gown program is Jointly 9401 NW 17 Ave., :

groups chirping there) have Choirs No.12345, and,6. The sponsored by: American Civil
lofts, basement, sides, back, front, top and bottom of the Liberties Union, Miami Chap Open 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Daily 10 a.m.. to 6 p.m. Sun.

church are loaded with group voices. . rve yetto see a wife ter ; Dade County Community ,I
who puts the can goods on the shelf with the labels placed up- Relations Board, and the Uni-
right . What has happened to the lightning bug with the pret-
ty glow during nightime?


DISAGREE THAT Bob Hayes is the finest athlete ever produced -
in the state of Florida. Went farther, yes; but for stel-
lar performances in all f ields (you count 'em)which makes :BURDINE'S:

'em great, I offer James (Dean Blue) Everett, Leroy (Crow)

Cromartie and the late Ormond Sampson in a blanket finish . .,:. .. ... t, ,u .
I like the way Hank Aaron of the Braves swings a bat; Willie ; 'f '
Mays of the Giants fields a ball; and Vic Powell of the Twinsor .4 : ..: ." ,
( any team) plays at first. .. My favorite charity is Light- '>
house for the Blind.


"THE MOSSLER STORY" would be a.natural for any studio i''

with Carol Charming cast as Candy Mossier and Omar Sharifin 11o tl. FLOKISCEHTHand
the role of Melvin Powers, Candy's nephew . About all
the Southern white colleges and high schools have to do to meet
the challenge' is to play the game.But if they intend to win Mother Floriscent. A new, .

they'd better use Tan stars . Howcum that dropped collar ., delightfully feminine fragrance. ,:
button or cuff link allways rolls under the dresser or bed whenit >< '
falls to the floor? v, Specially blended to last and last. .. -I, ':
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Floriscent 3.50, Bath Oil $4, ::.. ,\t;, ,1": J. \
THE CHAMPION OF anything is uncrowned .. City of Mia- ": ,;, (
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mi has bested res sed policemen in the nation.. r m bettingon Demi-perfume $5, Perfume extract $10"coametiea '!,,. '

R.F.K. . .Dtd Ja ever notice how the super markets try to street fl >r DOWNTOWN MIAMI ONLY .: ;aT'jl4 :
aggravate shoppers? After it takes several weeks to get usedto ,, ', .
the location of food items they then shift them around to con- "

fuse you . I still like a street-car ride . Movie houses MEET SHIRLEY BURKES
staging a comeback ('tho with filthy material)since the adventof OUR MELANIN I

television j' MAKEUP EXPERT

REMEMBER THE DAYS of the "Black Maria"paddy wagon + 4 tel l her Mp you ../."
with the clanging fire bell?Sorta made a criminal shudder with ,, '' the proper fieri Robtrtt' {i
fear. Today's stremlined 'paddy' is 'welcome ride' to the k makt.up and trtalmtnt
hoosegow ..Wonder why dejected husbands blame other men 11 1 for your compttxton/ !' I'
r and skin !
for seducting their wives rather than blame their wives for p a t, L type '
allowing themselves to be suducted???I think Art Linkletterhas ( ..
the best diction on television ? Why does the six-year- . .'/, ,<:..::., :t: 1
old always put the right-foot shoe on the left foot? ;

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NOW WHERE DID I hear this; "They can't be bonded out {,',' !I
from the morgue!111 I I Hurry up Metro there are too many elec- .

tions . Why do all Chinese-owned grocery marts have the ,J i
name of Joe's Market ? ? ? I would have loved to see widows
Jackie Kennedy and Mrs Martin Luther King walking side by
side and hand in hand during the funeral procession for martyred -

MLK. ... \

SIGMA ALPHA PRESENTS SHOWCASESigma \

Alpha Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc pre-
sents its Talent Showcase, Saturday,May 4,at Miami Jackson 1
Senior High School, at 2:30 p.m.Winners will receive the Cap-
tain Samuel Stewart and Terry Parker Plaques, parents are d I
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MOVIE MAKERS GIVE $200,000 TO KING FOUNDATION Plenty To Do -
.
SUPPORT THE
, A $200,000 contribution has ing committee. These com The Foundation will use Here GREATER
'j.j ) '', been made to the Dr. Martin panies include Columbia,Em- these funds to continue the And See
>3. s .'. Luther King, Jr. Foundatiou bassy, Metro-Goldwyn work of Dr. King and keep his Miami's action MIAMI URBAN LEAGUETHIS
' .' '' by eight major motion picture Mayer, Paramount, Twentieth philosophy of non-violence a Greater Fiesta calendar
Summer
I i'' companies, it was announced Century-Fox, United Artists, continuing influence in man packed events
out, lists 473 YEAR'S GOAL IS 2,000 NEW
[ this week by Sidney Poitier, Universal and Warner Bro kind's search for solutions to just entertain the record MEMBERSFor
I co-ordinator of the fund-rais: thers-Seven Arts. the problems of the world. designed to visitors expected information on how you can [loin the Greater Miami
number
phone: 377-3682.
Urban League,
vacation mecca.
in this
t: best fiesta pro
is the
'. . .. , . . ., "This sum-
\i. r. " ' I W<:'''''I"\ gram ever offered our -
I" DAYSFriSatSim., said Lew
;r f" FOX'S DE'N'3' mer visitors, --
Price, Director of the Miami
'. 't,' Metro Department of Publicity

: . MARY ELIZABETH HOTEL MAY IO-H-12' & Tourism. I LIB Now I
copies are being
,,r Soma 1,200 CITY Showina
distributed to national, regional -
and local news media. mm *

I, Highlights a Summer Fiesta are brochure included to in I First Miami'Run j

I II be widely circulated.
Will heats slow
; xwl Top event of the summer, up
I for perhaps, will be the
,l i 4 Ir Republican many National Conven- but when he gets there,
Official 1 sessions are
tion.
r a( scheduled Aug. 59. he's hell with the hide off
Among other major eventsare
the Miss U.S.A. Pageant,
May 10-20; the Miss Universe
Pageant, July 4-15; theNa-
tional Outboard Pleasure
DELLA HUMPHREY EDDIE LOVETTE BENNY LATIMORE Craft Regatta, July 11-14;
productions by the Southern
AREATHA FRANKLIN NO. 2 (MY GIRL| ) "JUST A MATTER Shakespeare Repertory Theater -

Mlaml'i Newest Singing OF TIME" July 9-14,16-21, and 23-
28; and the sixth annual Bowl
12-yeor-old Soul Sitter FREDDY SCOTT AND HIS KINFOLK ing Tourna ment of The A meri-

cas, July 23 28.
X BUTTER BALL M. C. 2 SHOWS The series of 17 free"lawn
: 11:30 P. M. & 1 1:45 A. M. parties" will be presented at

Miami Beach Convention Hall,
: Extra .Mothers' Day Special with such famous entertainersas
;, Al Hlrt, Shelley Berman,
:>{( ,:TEENAGE SUNDAY, MAY 12 Mel TormeBobbyRydell,
:' : MATINEE FULL SHOW & DANCE 4:30: ,, P.M. 8:30: P.M. Allan Sherman, The Brothers i-'
Four and other popular musical
: STARRING LIL DELLA HUMPHREY
groups,
't I .Adm. Teenagers $1.00 Adults $1.50 Miami's scheduled Marine a variety Stadiumhas of > -

summer events -- pop concerts :
f i jazz festivals and water
, shows in addition to frequent

r ., powerboating events.
' .r.r Free band concerts will be

: MIAMI'NfHEiTREiVr'1' > JJ e NOW given ,in Miami's Bayfront
: ; Bandshell on Wednesday and ...
PARAMOUNT PICTURES a. + *
h Friday evenings through June <**,lco, ) NW 7th Av : PLAYING 14 by Caesar LaMonacaandhis ChaHtonHestonJoanHackett
( f8H)0_ *; 693-42JI symphonic band.Summertime -

I offers youngsters -
I opportunities to visit /DonaldPleasence

NEWRIII Miami's three world renowned w
thoroughbred race courses
just bugs the Establishment as Hialeah, Tropical and Gulf- f9I] Il l' i"
stream; but just to enjoy the
scenery. Minors are not ad-
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season.
Award Winner Beginning May 4, and con- '*Lf*
tinuing through Sept. 2, greyhounds -
will race every night J MILLtJ
but Sunday at Biscayne Kennel
Club.In.
("What we've got here is addition to the 473 eventson YEARS ,

failure Miami's greatest Summer C0Loraero. ...
a to communicate. ) j .
Fiesta schedule, morethan ..,- r
100 major sightseeing attractions

will beckon an estimated Iii DUEL WELCH JOHN HICHARDSO ffiSSRSSnmmm&msK [ [R [ (

3,500,000 Labor million Day. visitors before .ilrra.iSirilffifciffls H l >mmaami[ [ $ [! :::''


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V MHMMWMOTi VMnBHMBMMBMMMVHMmBEV MMMMNMHMKmmm"ml*i Ml* TOM WASHINGTONThis
This week's Guest Writer is Sepia May 0 r,Tannie Dean.
fannie, known for his work in civic activities and public rela- is a good case of being '
tions, works with various candidate hopefuls seeking public of- planned for and notwith for our \ ;* ((1
fice. Tannie says; people are walking through the I .
wilderness. In housing we look
The day has passed when the politicians can play the Negro like the Isrealites that wore following _
voter cheap by supplying him with fish fries and cocktail Moses through the desert -

parties. The Negro is fast becoming an objective and sophisticated looking for the promised -- -. .. .....-, -- -. --- -

voter who analyses the candidates platform.'.The Negro; land.Adequate The Carver YMCA Area ing ideas,and activities for the musical I programsathletic
voter has accepted the promises and now looks for action by all housing, particularly ' Committee met ,Sunday, May Carver's "Culture ThroughPlay" tournaments, 'coeducationaldances
public officials Jobs on an equal basis better educational for of low and
: persons
; 5, in the library of the build- program. discussion group (all
values in the school system for our children;adequate housing moderate income, is crucial Ing acquainting' themselves, The purpose of this committee levels), dance recitals, vari-
for the poor; representation in the poor;representation in the problem in Dade County and touring the facilities,suggest- is to organize special activities ous educational classes.
officer ranks of the police department; sewer and other utilities throughout the Nation.The de-
present new plans,
in Negro areas of the county and recreational facilities pi or able condition of avast assist in implementations of Members present at the
on a par with other sections of the city. number of housing units in our level in order to meet the costs first
these
plans individually as meeting were: Mrs.
The May 7th election was'a clear example of the changing slum areas caD readily be seen not only for public housing but Clara
well as collectively, and as- Knight, Mrs. Martha
Florida votein thatthe race issue was non-existent, and it's through casual observationalor of the other federal subsidies
sit the present staff many way Campbell, Mrs. Florence
ugly head was never reared. Future elections will show even statistical analysis.The inability designed to encourage private with activities Castell Marva
possible cur- Mrs. Cooper,
greater changes Florida politics with Negroes fulfilling their of this country to date enterprise to help meet our rently schedule. Mrs. Alma Kemp, Mrs. V.
citizens and to meet the need for housing needs. To meet the
obligations as good expecting nothing less in re- expanding Some suggested activities Whiley, Mrs. Roberts, Miss
need for new housing units in
turn. decent at rents
housing peoplecan
afford is the City of Miami alone would that will be instituted by the Marilyn J. Sweeting, Mr.Bernard -
widely recognized -
group are; art exhibit, family Cam, and Mr. Robert
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Levi Johnson(Dade County En- as one of the major causesof cost $460,000,000 ((23,000 talent show forum Mack.
family ,
the units at $20,000)) to providenew
gineering Department). violence exhibited by ;
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: PeggySeatonSec'yto( Comm. slum residents in recent housing on a countywidebasis
Maurice Ferre) will cost over a billion
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VIP OF THE WEEK: Leon Goree (Quality Fish Market) The need for dramatic increases dollars. i .
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Mrs. Johnnie I, Easter in the supply of new As lam a member of the OUR CLASSIFIED ADS
There is a great need for adequate housing in Greater Miami and rehabiltated dwellingunits citizens advisory board for I |It

Directly after World War n, many veterans returned to has been highlighted by Community Improvement of
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their homes faced with this housing shortage.This was relieved the President in the proposed Dade County, these facts cause I BRING RESULTS

when many of them qualified for veteran's loans, yet housing and redevelopment me great concern. 1
many faced the misfortune of mortgage foreclosures because of 1968, which calls for 6 million Don't forget to vote in the I __ __ _ r. __,__ ___

of the low salary level.All this happened 20 years ago, yet such units within the next run-off election please. '
today we are again faced with another housing shortage with the 10 years. He requested $2.35 "
increasing population in Dade County. Many families are placed million to begin meeting this
on their doorsteps through no fault of their own. The Urban need. accurate statement of
Renewal Agency, Florida State Road Department and Minimum the need for additional units of
Housing Code are at work. housing for low and moderate
Our community has a watchful eye of the progress being income people in Dade County
made by the Urban Renewal Agency because of the long needed will have to await the results
demand to clear up the slums and provide decent housing, ade- of the county CRP and other
.quate recreational facilities and beautification of our areas. related studies. However, I Aw
The Urban Renewal Program is a bit balance because fami- certain facts are known at the
lies are forced to give updwellings that they occupied for many present time which provided -

years . which isanightmare,,_ . and are huddled into over- an indication that the
crowded conditions because structures are being demolished countywide need for new units
faster than they are being replaced and therefore they are will be In excess of 60,000.
unable to acquire decent housing in which to relocate. The housing study conductedas
After so much planning and discussion,construction has not part of the recent city of Mi-
yet begun within the designated area for Urban Housing. I sug- ami CRP indicated that the city
gest that those beautiful building plans be removed from the of Miami alone 23,000 units of
drawing board and placed on the ground.As new low and moderate income
I sit reminiscing about the fine day care and head start housing are needed to replace
programs of EOPI centers: I recall the beginning of these pro- housing lost through highwayand
grams. First, with the needy in mind, they are giving female urban renewal programs,
family heads the opportunity to engage In gainful employmentand to replace dilapidated housing,
in many cases has removed these otherwise dependent to eliminate present over-
families from the welfare rolls. Secondly, these mothers are crowding and to accomodate
, able to work with a peace of mind because they are assuredof population increase in the next
I adequate teachers and teacher's aides to help to prepare few years. In addition,the Mi- ,
them for a fair opportunity in life.Another wonderful thought ami study indicated a need to leN h':
crosses my mind as I think of the Head Start Program that rehabilitate 19,000 presently
gives our boys and girls a"headstart"" in life But I am grieved deteriorating housing units.
when I think of the program's plans to decrease the aides in At the present time, Dade .
this program. If this is done, many children will be deprived County's housing divison has ;
of the future of tomorrow.Why not provide more portables and on its waiting lists for public

keep those aides that weretrained at the taxpayers expense housing 2737 families and 1896 t arw',
for the benefit of our children? elderly persons. In addition,
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Jackie Corbett is raving about 2500 persons have filed a formal -

his new 12-year-old singing discovery, Della Humphrey. She request to be put on the .)
will appear at the Fox's Dean this weekend . with special waiting list when applicationsare l
per mission from the city and state authorities . Dave again taken.Under present SELECT FROM OUR SALESMEN'S ;
Bondu, Jr. home for a 30-day leave before leaving for Vietnam circumstances most of these
. Not one Negro minister Joined the Clergymen of all faiths families have very little hopeof ..f
in the big golf tournament this week at Lejeune . The new being admitted because
management of Lincoln National Bank has added computers to of the shortage of housing for costume jewelry ',

their bookkeeping department. . "Fix-up, Clean-up Week" persons being displaced by urban I l
is over, but let's keep it going inour neighborhoods. We each renewal and by other gov- : , :

have to do our part. ernment action. An unknown .
As Dave would say, "That's it for this week. Till the next number of persons who qualifyfor sample pads ; .4.

one, LIVE LIFE, EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT PEACEI! public housing have not filed :V i,
Tannie Dean a request because they know :" .
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applications are not being .., '

taken. 3 off ....fA'. :
On the basis of allocating
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I SUBSCRIPTION ORDER housing, these 70,000families
Reg. 27.50, now 1335.
I Miami Times j should be paying a monthly

I 6530 NW 15th Avenue rent 30,000 of less should than $50 be monthlyand paying Choose your pins, necklaces, bracelets, earrings,

Miami, Florida 33W j jI less than $30. The 4170 pub- matching sets right from the salesman's sample pads
I I II lic housing units presently occupied

I Enclosed please find the sum of $5.00 the 2,200additional5,- ..just as we receive them. Enamels, glitter,
500 requested do not even begin -
j to cover the cost of a one subscriptionto
year to meet the real need in this gold-look, more. All famous makes
the Miami Times. community.The .
I I need to provide a substantial -

Mail. Pap.. r To for low and increase moderate in income housing BUR ID I 3STV\ J E !t! s

I Add I persons in Dade County is ap >,?, ,, |
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State.. lIp: Cod..
City_ need for a substantial Increase costume jewelry street floor DOWNTOWN MIAMI (at all 7 Burdme's stores)

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I Haven,Florida home dent, president Unit 42, Mr
of beautiful Cypress Gardensis D, A. Julius and J.Dallas Rob

j .';'..;'..:'..:..:.'..... the site of the 29th Annual inson, who will demonstrate
i Convention,of Orange BlossomS make-up at the two-day work
1 By ALBERT WELLINGTON COOKE tat e Cosmetologist Ass'n ,shop convention headquarters: 9
May 1923. Florida Citrus Building,Third a
With a litUe bit of luck opening soon at 693 NW 46th Street
Winter Haven is the State Stre. t and Avenue "E"NW.
will be
Cousins Record Shop.(Number Two).We could be open
"Testing Center" of the State Registration' begins at 6 a.m.
already. However we want to first class. So
go it Is that it's.
Board Cosmetology..It is the May 19, at the headquarters.
taking a while longer.In the end we think you'll be pleased. We
most unique and best equipped Guest
night: Sunday, 7:30
are going to give you a Record Shop which you can be proud of.
testing center Give at First
anywhere. p.m
Missionaryl3ap-
First of all it is Air Conditioned. The is
lighting good. The
yourself a treat and attend the tist Church, 128 Avenue "R"
floor is in great shape. The location divine
heaven
sent. I
convention and visit the cen NW. Special guest the entire
know that it is our Father's pleasure that Cousins prosper

Why? Perhaps because I realize beyond the shadow of doubt ter.Officers and delegates of the State members Board, Rev.of Cosmetology Columbus &ir.T4
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that his will is done on earth as it is elsewhere.The .
lower East Coast scheduled to Bridges, pastor.
signs which I feel are most important you'll Just love.
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attend the convention are: An outstanding feature of the \\4
The best sign painter that I mow personally is Bill McBride !
Mesdames, Florence,first ,session Is the "Parade ofCiues" ,
Excuse me, I stand corrected, Mack is not a sign painter. He
vice State
president; Olga Mrs. Agnes Frazier,
is the
Advertising director for the Miami Times. I believe
Cooper, recording secretary; of Belle Glade, chairman. .
however that take the creative
you can spirit away. Mack's
Lucille West, trustee board; Mrs. Sallye Johnson host
got that creative spring of action which causes man to do well
Marion Muldrow Florida su- president, Unit 19 and members h
whatever his endeavor. If you don't believe it read "From
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perviser and Basileus ThetaNu promise.' you'll be glad fiTAItOn
Where I Sit" in the Miami Times.
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Sigma Sorority Mu Chap you came to Winter Haven
Anyway back to the Record Shop. Too many Soul Brothersand ter; Louise B. Riley BVC they are ready for the greatest , Monday, April 22, Eastern Airlines and Yvon-
Sisters places of businesses have bad signs. Makes me chairman Mrs. Ada Williams, convention ever, Mrs.Ca- Mayer Travel/ Agency In New York City, combined talents -

some what ashamed. president Shop-owners Guild thlean B. Ross, State President to show "first-rider" Miss Cecil Edwards "How
Being in the Income Tax business,I know that the cost of the # 8; Mary Bryant, #49 presl- Much Easier It Is to Fly./ I' Escorting Miss Edwards to
signs is deductable. Not only that good commonsense dictates. { her flight/ are, left to right: Stewardess Mary Kay Bre-
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that good signs promotes business. tY4NrtICIUs hob; Norman Powell, Amalgamated Publishers Inc.;
My signs were done by peppy Signs and Displays. Peppy AI S puser hs Miss Edwards;Michael B. Davis, Eastern Airlines Soles
signs are a part of Empire Advertising Company located at
Ernie
Representative; Mayer, Co-owner, Yvon-Mayer
about 27th Avenue and SW 16th Street.
It's suprising to know how little it costs to go first class. It Tea tf; iiIt.1lNAll Travel.

was also suprising to find three Negroes working at Peppy's, PROJECT RUSH NEEDS HELP
and they are not there doing a lot of "Bull-Jive." They are apart
of the company.Doing their first share of honorable work. licensed beauticians, Supervisor. FOR COMPLETIONProject ; I
I was given a tour of the place and brought up to date on students of Beauty Culture and Miami Unit No.7 celebrated
techniques of modern day signs and advertisement by Mr. friends are invited on bus their 28th Ant:'versary, April Rush will be com ever, both skilled and unskilled
Peppy himself. Why, because I was a customer. Isn't it great tour to Winter-Haven Sunday, 27 29 with workshop at First pleting the park and play- individuals possessing a willingness -
that a change is coming. Sure ithasbeen a long time coming. May 19, the opening day of the Baptist Church, Qpa-locka, ground located on NW 12th to'work are needed. I
Day by day it's becoming more and rore obvious that this Is annual meeting of the Orange Rev Macon, pastor, a beauty Avenue between 63rd and 66th For further information call
our Father's world.Markel. Blossom State meeting. workshop at Sunlight Beauty Streets on Friday, May 10,Saturday 9496150.

Special arrangements have School and a dinner, at the May 11 and Sunday,
been made by the State Boardof home of Mrs. Virgie Thomasto May 12. We are requesting all COMING SOOHIII!!!

Cosmetology for you'to tour climax the activities: Mrs. interested citizens In the 'MOD SPRING FLING'Sponsored
the Center. Other festivities Christalee Cooper, chairmanof Greater Miami area to join us by JESCA
Developers To have been planned for your workshop; Mrs. Virgie in this endeavor.
tour. The bus leaves Miami at Thomas and Bettye Collins Project Rush will be supplyIng Tuesday, May 21 at 8 p.m.
Meet In AtlantaATLANTA 5 a.m. leaves Winter Haven 10 hostesses at dinner; Mr.s.M., all the equipment, tools, Northwestern Auditorium
p.m., arriving Miami 2:30 Muldrow, president. shrubbery, etc. needed. How..

: Ga. What if Stores and Cliff Cordell,Kro- a.m. Monday May 20,for fur .
any effect did the assassination ger Stores,will Join other executive ther Information call Mrs i
of Dr. Martin Luther King, s from consumer goods ''I 'Marlon E. Muldrow, Florida I
FRANKL N'S CARPET'I
Jr., and resultant civil disor- industries in analyzing problems ,
ders have on retail marketing of selling to Industry and

programs and plans around the to retailers.Dr. W 8650 NW 22 Ave.
nation? Will business returnto Her man LongPresident -

serve the ghetto? Talladega College, Tal- s'PECIALIZING IN
These are related questionswill ladega, Alabama: will be the EMERSOTELEVISION
be studied during the 15th luncheon speaker Thursday, RUG SALES & CLEANING
annual conference of the Na- May 16 on "Internal Segmentation
tional Association of Market in the Negro Market."
COMMERCIAL CLEANING &
Developers, May 15 through 18 The luncheon will be followed .. r
in A t1 ant t a's Regency Hyatt Iby a workshop "What Ne- 0 FLOOR WAXING
House Hotel. gro Youth Want and Expect
J. P a u 1 Austin, Presidentand From Business."AtlantaUni-
Chief Executive officer, versity students will take part CARPETING CLEANED IN YOUR HOME OR OUR PLANT

The Coca-Cola Company, will in the discussion.
keynote the conference at a "The Role of Negro Women' FREE ESTIMATES IN YOUR HOME

luncheon on Wednesday, May in the Market Place" will be
discussed in a final workshop 635-3641
15.Joe Call 696-9133
Black, Vice Presidentof involving business and professional or

Greyhound Lines, Inc., and women including Dr.
President of NAMD, said four Paul Murray, Benedict College wRMR1.thiIOj 3 24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE

workshops are scheduled under Columbia, S.C.; Mrs.
the conference theme, Carmen Murphy, Carmen's
"The Negro Market in Per- House of Beauty,Detroit; Mrs. MODEL 11P50A WITH
spective 1968." Lee Shelton and Mrs.Freddye PRIVATE LISTENING r ;

I. L. Chanay, Colonial Henderson, Atlanta, Georgia. EARPHONE IdiiI



Surprised Burglar Kills $5.00 t ,

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Joseph LaFleur,. 71, thing was missing.
of 2169 NW 63rd St., was shot Seventeen years ago, La-
751-5629
to death Sunday night in his kit- Fleur's son Leroythen26anda
chen after he returned homo Miami policeman, was shot HO CREDIT
from church shortly after 11 and killed in the line of duty. REQUIREDALSO
o'clock, Metro deputies said. His murder is still unsolved.

They theorized. was killed Leaving a widow and four
by a surprised burglar. children, his son's death
Mrs. Joyce Roberts, 41, a aroused the sympathy of the :
cousin with whom LaFleur lived entertainment world. Amongth FUHNITUHE
told police she had been
ose participating in a La *
after 11 APPLIANCES
awakened shortly
Fleur benefit were Walter
p.m., apparently by an intru Winchell, Danny Thomas, STEREOSW.T.
der. She said she thought she Jimmy Durante, Ida and Eddie
had been dreaming, and returned -
Cantor, boxing greats Sugar

Again to,he sleep.wasaW'lkenedbe- Ray motta.Robinson and Jake La- WELLS Don't Miss Our Rug Cleaning Special

tween 11:15 and 11:30: by the COMPANY
gunman's three shots that Funeral services for Elder
struck LaFleur twice in the LaFleur will be held Saturday 45 N. W. 54th Street

chest There and was once no in the sign left of thigh.ran- afternoon Second at Court the Church near 19th of Godon St. Miami, Florida 33127 :We: Carry Brand Nome Carpeting

where he has been active for
sacking, in the apartment,police
more than 40
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,', Sunshine Club Visits TB Patients at Lantana .
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Sunday May 5, marked a berculosis Hospital, Lantana, are home the club
grown by I County. The ex-patientswork
special day in the lives of bos- ;
for the
pitalized tuberculosis Annual Spring Party membership, in the months: year-round to raise money to 1
Thirty-eight patients and Homecoming.: preceeding the trip, for this meet special needs of the Dade
membersand Following registration in occasion, for the express pur County hospitalized patients
and friends Sunshine oftheTBCommittee club of Dade- the main lobby, the members pose of adding a note of cheerto The comfort of the patients SUPERETTE 7A NW18th
visited
County boarded every patient and pre- the patient's room. while In the hospital and rehabilitation -
a Greyhound ,
bus to Southeast Florida Tu- sented each one with a beautiful There are 309 patients in the of the ex-patients I
potted plant.These plants hospital, 121 are from Dade are two areas of vital concern
of the Tuberculosis Association Its Easy to GET IN and OUT :

To keep abreast of these
needs, regularly scheduled of Freddy's and :
trips are made to the state
hospitals at Lantana and SAVE MONEY Too!
Tampa addition to the special -
events, such as the Spring
e1d'J' U. S. CHOICE
party.

Your Christmas Seal Mobile CHUCKSTEAK LB.
Chest X-ray Unit is now work :i
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t Health Department in a neigh- e; I
tJ borhood survey for early case
detection of tuberculosis.We '

need your help.Yo may
become part of this community CENTER
Service by volunteering to .
CUT '
work with the Association. ({'J"-

Please do so by calling 377- PORK'LOIN
2368 and asking for the Health

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'T : I r P Receives Mrs. Faulk AwardMrs. BACON DIRRS TASTEE SLICED 3 LBS. $1


LYKES PALM RIVERWEINERS

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9w Ricki Faulk,Chairmanof 4 $1
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certificate of award on Wed-
nesday, May 1 at the Golden Neck
Fountain Restaurant for her Bones 3LB. 39

: outstanding contributions to
the Booker,, T. Washington TURKEY
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I Middle row: JERALD THOMAS, BETTY JEAN LAWTON, ROSALIND TARVER. ,closely with Cliff Matthews at FRYERS
Bottom row: EDNA HOLLOWAY, TAJUANA DAVIS, PARNETHA HARDY BTW,' was cited for her out-
standing work which has included .
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July Celebration at the Miami !,1 H I }I,' ,1.,I' 22C
Blue and White fashions will 11822 SW 222nd St., hobbies: creative art, creative dancingand 'Stadium in 1967, and she was ),1111,11 1/11'/ I Ifli I, ,
instrumental in ,, I III''
be floating around at the Zeta creative dancing, art,writing, creative writing, a mem- helping to II/if/ :, NO'LIMITS
the Easter OR
Phi BetaSorority'sCinderellaBall creative poetry, a member of ber of Morning Star Baptist sponsor Egg Hunt :
Sounds Intriguing!These First Baptist Church of God, Church, and the church choir. at both Dixie and Dorsey Parks OTHER PURCHASES
lovely young ladies are com- Church Choir, and BTU. Tajuana Davis, daughter of for more than 2,500 childrenon NECESSARY
peting for the title of Zeta Rosalind Tarver, daugherof Mr. and Mrs. Jack Davis, Easter Monday a year ago.
Princess. The Cinderella Mr.and Mrs.Robert Tarver 22100 SW 114th Ave.,hobbies: The s e are only a few of the
Contest is a scholarship benefit 22102 SW 115th Ct., hogbiesL sewing, creative writing, and many things that she has per- BREAD KING SIZE 15*
done
the contest will end on May 22102 SW 115th Ct.,hobbies: dancing, a member of New sonally to enhance the
17 and the Cinderella Ball will arithmetic, cooking, creative Bethel AME Church, and the total community of which the
be held on May 20 at Bayfront writing, reading and singing,a Church Choir. Booker T. Washington Com- LONGRAIN
School is
Park Auditorium. member of Mt. Pleasant Baptist parnetha Hardy,daughter of munity part.
Church, 4-H, Church Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt RICE 5LB. 49
All the girls'shown live in Choir, and BTU. Hardy, 11815 SW 223rd St., Her award read: "For Out- CELLO
Goulds and are sixth graders Edna Holloway, daughter of a member of New BethelAME standing Service to the Com-
from Pine Villa Elementary Mr and Mrs. Charles E. Church, and ACE League,hob- munity"
School, Mrs. Maude Chandler, Holloway, 21801 SW 114thCt., bies, reading, creative writ- ',r i *yiK ri''
principal hobbies, arithmetic, reading, ing, and singing.
Snonsors. of the earls are, Ballantinex
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Washington, Now at r ; BEER
daughter of Mrs. Margaret
Washington, 21555 SW109Ct.,
hobbies: writing creative poe- popular 100's price. j jI '
try, creative dancing,singing,
and reading, a member of Mt. ,
Pleasant Baptist Church, Girl
Scouts, 4-b, Church Choir,

and Sandra BTU Bryant, daughter of FAB DETERGENT

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poetry, sewing! and singing, a
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and Mrs Henry Glee, 10700
SW 220th St., hobbies creative Pall Mall Menthol
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ber of Star Baptist Church, Pall Mall Goldin / I g 25 PKG.
BTU, Girl Scouts, and 4-H.I
daughter of '' .
jerald Thomas, I the Flat"20's
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Thomas, >
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swimming, creative dancing, crush-proof box.I
and poetry, a member of Mt.
pleasant Baptist Church, Girl 4 LARGE

Scouts, 4-H, Church Choir, PKG.
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I li.liil!. New Threats TO..Clvif..itights. In "Safe Streets" Bill 1111 0 I


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TITLE nt A SANCTION FOR EAVESDROPPINGTitle ;1t
;f That measure with the very appealing name,"The Safe treme proposal which would have explicitly prohibited application :::::.::
mm Streets and Crime Control Bill," could end up making the of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to any m would authorize wiretapping and bugging by ::::::::

:::::::: country very unsafe for civil rights and civil liberties. Because allocatio of funds. This is the provision that authorizesa states In a range of crimes so broad, and under such loose 11 1 1

m: m of the many dangers evident in the legislation, the cut-off of Federal funds to state programs administered control, it may well prove an irresistable inducement to ::::::::

:::::::; Executive Committee of the leadership Conference on in a racially discriminatory manner.The new provision local police to "listen in" on anyone. They could, for instance :;::::::
:::::::: civil rights,unanimously agreed it was unacceptable in is would frustrate Federal efforts to compel desegregation in an undefined "emergency situation," wiretap ::::: :
::::::: present form. of local police. 48 hours without a court order to do so. ::::::::
:::::::::: It seems reasonable that police will engage exploratory ::::::::
will be attempt to substitute a "bloc grant"syste ::::
There an taps as a matter of practice. ::::
1t The bill, S. 917, is now be Ing debated on the Senate exclusive
: : m :for allocating funds. This would give
Court orders to tap the phones of civil rights organizations 11 11
:::: floor. We must urge our Senators to vote against provis- insensi-
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control to state -
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or by police on i:::::::
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needs of the cities. move
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TITLE n: AN INVITATION TO POLICE BRUTALITY TITLE IV: LIMITED GUN CONTROL .fJ...
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:JJJ:: A BILL DISTORTED FROM ITS PURPOSE the Washington Post and the Justice Department as "an and licensing handguns -- pistols revolvers. It ::1:1:1:::
:::::::: abomination." It would overturn several key Supreme would not regulate traffic in rifles and shotguns. In short, ::::::

:::::::j: As originally proposed, the bill was meant to provide Court decisions on confessions and eye witness testimony. it does nothing to deny guns to the likes of Lee Harvey os- 111 11;:
::::::: federal funds to state and local governments to help them It would prevent the Supreme Court and other Federal wald or the murderer of Martin Luther King. :::::::.
::::::*:: reduce crime by Increasing the effectiveness of their law courts from reviewing the voluntariness of confessionseven :::::::'-
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:j:::1: for the start of a five-year program of law enforcement. be ruled out solely because of delay between the arrest ::::::::

:::::::; It would also provide a semblance of gun control. But the and arraignment of a defendant even though months Leadership Conference Organizations can help stop the J:::::

:::::::; Senate Judiciary Committee has so rewritten the four mt e r v ene d. The history of Justice for the poor and for abuses of law the Safe Streets and Crime Control bill could :::::::

mm[ titles of the bill that its defects far outweigh any merits. members of minority groups is notorious for its extrac- stimulate by wiring their Senators today urging them to: :::::;::
: : tion of "voluntary" confessions and for confessions obtained Oppose Title I provisions that bar correcting racial Imbalance ::::;:::

m m TITLE I: A BOOST TO SEGREGATION after persons have been held incommunicado for in local police agencies and resist"block grant" ::::::::

'.;.:.:. unconscionable periods of time.' proposals; delete theantl-SupremeCourtprovisions of 111 111!

j m Title I authorizes funds for the first two years of the Title n; and strike Title m on wiretapping and bugging; :::::::
:j::: program to both state and local w enforcement agencies. The title would also, unbelievably, bar Federal courts and to extend the controls of Title IV to shotguns and ::1:1:1:1:::

:::::::: However, a provision bars the Federal government from from hearing habeas corpus petitions of individuals in rifles. We must act quickly, though. Debate maybe ended ::::::::
:::::::: requiring any correction of racial Imbalance in local police state prisons. This section is practically an open invitation shortly and voting may start next week.We need to do what ::::::::
:;:::::: forces before making the money available. to poUce in some parts of this country to return to we can to block a law so fraught with danger to fundamental ::::;;:;

:::=::: The provision on racial imbalance replaced a more ex- the third degree and lawless enforcement of the law. rights and so contrary to democratic principle.and jW

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Urban league Seeks 2,000 New Members I



Some people are saying it's , There's the "Adult-Dropout"
the merry month 'of May; but Education program,that seeksto
at Greater Miami Urban Lea- provide opportunities for

gue people are saying, it's the realistic training for sell-im-
mad, mad month of the 1968 provement and better employment -

Membership Drive. .

"Mad," because of the goalof There's the Urban League

2,000 new members set by Youth Community, a group of

the membejship committee tj.1! ; youth that gives countless

under the leadership of r hours of volunteer service to
Willard Fair Execu- -, th e community and sponsors
Mr. T. GOt bW 4J
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tive director. ? programs
Seminar to discuss current
I Two thousand new membersare problems.The .

W really needed this year in L
; ._ order to support and enlarge Urban League is doing a

the programs now in oper T lot and can do a lot more. It's
ation. : easy to see why your supportis
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so urgently requested.
For one dollar, the cost of a membership, you can help to assist families who wantto Please coma to our central of.
7L the Urban League realize this move to better housing.
: fice at 395 NW 1st Street, or
; goal and become a member of If it's jobs, there are pro- one of our four neighborhood

Judge Gives an agency that has been work- grams to help find jobs and to offices; 6740 NW 15th Ave.,

ing for equal opportunity in assist employers in finding 2338 AH Baba Avenue, 3378
Vietnam VetA Miami since 1943. qualified employees. One
Douglas, Road, or 536SW 12th
'L-- The Urban League is prepared example is project LEAP, that Ave., and fill out a member-
-- BreakLarry to help you with many of places youth into appren- ship blank.

M-DJC Scholarship WinnerA the problems that you may be ticeship programs.
I trying to solve alone. Urban League staff members U you would like to join and
Ross, home on leave U it's housing, there is Operation can offer guidance in can't stop by, call 377-3681.
19-year-old Mimai-Dade ternate future academic studyat after a year in Vietnam whee Equality working to increase career possibilities and available Join the team Buildingfor
Junior College student who the University of South he won a Purple Heart, Bronze the supply of housing education and training. better opportunity.
combined secretarial science Florida with full-time workat Star and Air Medal, left by

with journalism courses, was The Miami Herald. She will be plane Saturday for New York, I I
named South Campus winner of on The Herald staff from August en route to Germany for Army

the Edwin A, Lahey Journalism through December...entering duty. '
award. the University in Jan- At Miami InternationalAirport Now at

uary. he was kissed by his mother -
The $1,000 scholarshipaward
for continued study in A staff writer onthe Cata- Susie, and his brother
and sister Tom and Cheryl 100's
,
the field of journalism was lyst, campus newspaper, popular price.Li
were also thee to bid him
presented to Geraldine For- Geraldine and another staffer,
But the who
goodby. men accompanied -
tenberry Sunday, May 5,at M- Vivian Styles, researched and and shook hands _
D.JC South's commencement wrote a special "Profile in
with him were Attorney
exercises in the campus patio Black" section for the paper.
Mia m Dade President This won first place for school George Nicholas, probation
officer Al Townsel and Judge
Peter Masiko, Jr., and news- service in the Florida Junior
Tom Lee who made the trip
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man Ed Lahey, for whom the Press Association contest.

award is named, made the pre- She was winner of the Booker possible. 'j. ..,. ,
sentation. Bobby Reid, winnerof T. Washington Scholarshipfor Larry is well acquaintedwith ;
the first Lahey award in journalism in both the fall trouble, both in and out of

1967, was among the platform and winter terms this year and the military On March 27 he
guests for the occasion.The was named to Who's Who in was arrested in a traffic accident -
Junior Colleges. and charged with care-

this scholarship year with a matched $1,000a Until March of this year,she less driving and with failure to Pall Mall Gold [ jJJj
renew his driver's license.
from the Knight Foundation was employed with the Eco-
But to clinch it all,when deputies -
inc. This was presented nomic Opportunity Program Pall Mall Mentholin
opened a small match-
to the outstanding journa- while carrying a full academic
schedule which left little box above the sun visor, they
load
lism graduate of M-DJC a
foundenough marijuana for the Flat 20's
North Michela Akers, at time for her favorite
,
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two smokes. Larry was in fora
North campus graduation last pastime, reading.
Now apart-time clerical possible five-year Jail term.In crush-proof box
Sunday. .
Geraldine the daughter of assistant in the office of Dr. court he pleaded guilty. !

Mrs. Annie ,Mae Fortenberry, Patrick Distasio, Director of The Judges agreed not to give

10142 West Fern Street, Per- the Division of Career Pro- Judgement against him, but to

rine is a graduate of Mays grams, the budding young wipe out his criminal record,
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School. Journalist will complete her and, with his lawyer, to accompany I II I
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Under the Cooperative Education work on her Associate Degree him to the airport for VAt iWiuwca* tMaerttConuiaMu,

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V. Banks, Supreme
mOr.l) William
Free, and Accepted Modern Masons, received -
4 I I the key to the city From Mrs. Ruth Campbell,
Mayor William F. Dickinson who was out
p I representing W. M. 01 Edna Bryant
't+ r.l' % I of the city while Mali ssa Horn,
No. 26 01 Homestead (center) looks on.
01 Florida, Thomas
elected Grand Master
Newly
I ((2)) of convention
01 Miami receives first piece
Montgomery of Florida, Mary L.
I cake (rom re-e/ected/ Grand Matron
Bell
Arline oMamwMfe/ Grand Treasurer Zepperine
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((3)) Winners/ of the Traveling Trophy for bringing in
Lw/'e/' WatsoncenTerj
members this year are Mesdames
.l' ) Worthy Matron of Prince's/ ///et/a/ / Chapter No.
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I 1' 79 of Fort Lauderdale/ and Adgnoe/ Bradshaw, Worthy
Matron of Mary Arline// Chapter No. 99 of Miami, Past
JN F : Grand Matron Katy Crenshaw, left,made the presentation.,

7 ((3)) Reelected/ Grand Matron of State, Mary Linda
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of the Had-
Arline of Miami crowns Mrs.Mary Mead Lady
ley, Chapter No. 137, Opa-locka/ Fla./ Miss Mary M.
Bethune, Grand Chapter 1968 to 69.
Others winners were the small son of Mrs. Vondra

Duram, 1310 NW 53rd St., Miami won the one hundred
dollar/ bill.
The Grand Lodge Convention was held at Harris
Field Recreation Center In Homestead May 35.





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I { Mrs. King Will Lead Welfare Mothers March In WashingtonATLANTA -- .. '

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issued an open letter to the women Mrs. King, a board memberof from Atlanta with her F. Kennedy Playground, at
of America asking their the Southern Christian children, Yoland 12, Martin, 7th and "P" Streets, N.W. in
support and participation in Leadership Conference which 10, Dexter, 7, Bernice, 5. Washington. OR YOUR MOKEY tiACK
!, the Poor Peoples Campaign,
including the Welfare Mothers

March on Sunday, May 12, In _NU-KAIR
Washington and other cities. flWiBT _
hi Hly rtetJUated ; o htlj* retardedhdir:; ;growth
Mrs. King and her four
children will lead the Wash-
ngton march on Sunday to sup-
port the National Welfare I
Rights Organization and the MR. WALTERS

demands of poor people for reform :|
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of the welfare system.

> Prominent' women, welfare 6011 NW 7th Ave. g$' tLtBfYrHARVEY' : tEM Le: IS50/
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mothers and women of all ,PROWER'
walks of life are expected to dra
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JOBMOBILE LOCATIONSThis REPEAT OF A SELLOUT S

WIGSPROUDLY
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to 4:30: p.m. NW27th Ave.and Reg $29.? Value|
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to Burlington 4:30: p.m.St.NW(Opa-locka 27th Ave.)and. 100% Human Hair $1695Reg. Parade of Fashion'Sunday

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11(1nJ; CENTER NEWSSENIOR --
Focus ... =NEGRO'UFE'i HISTORY.
CITIZENS CLUB '
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By BRENDA JACKSON raren IJIIIMIfII I
One I
L of the many services rlMls+ 11-+

/6,\.,., l. rendered at the Culmer Neighborhood I 1 :r ,I
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Center and one that we ,
Monday was election day at Northwestern for school officers feel proud of, at this time, is _

These positions were filled by: justina Days, Miss North- our Senior Citizens Club.They ,I

western; Saundra Miles, 1st attendant; Cassandra Callaway, meet once per month at 2 p.m.
2nd attendant: William Duhard. Student Council President and at Culmer Center. These elderly -
Beatrice Horton, Vice President.
people spend their time
This is the time of year when around Northwestern
students listening to speakers, who are
participate in many contests, and it seems that everyone is brought in periodically to talk

coming up winners. Wilbert Reid, senior,won a$50.00 Savings to the m, specifically ab out
Bond from the National Science Teachers Association for his their problems. They are
project in the Science Fair.
shown films and they engage in
Mary E, Anderson was crowned Dream Girl in the Edison- discussion and dialogue.

Little River Beauty Pageant, after a bathing suit, talent and .
evening gown competition.. DADEMONROETUBERCULOSIS
The Red Cross was proud to receive recognition of 200 hoursof
voluntary services at The march of Dimes. ASSOCIATION


The Bulls are on their way to the state. In Lockhard Stadium Mrs. Mary Siblin, Health
Educator of the Dade-Monroe
last Friday the Bulls scored 89 points with Jackson trailing r
with 54 points. Tuberculosis and Respiratory ..
Disease Association,Inc.,will 'f'
The Senior Parents Tea will be May 19th in the Auditorium. ... ..
hold a meeting at the Culmer ----- --- -- -
The students and teachers are
planning
a delightful program Center 7 at 2 written in that from their African
in honor of the parents.Vocational. Tuesday, May International Book Corpor- are a manner Negroes
p.m. Dr. Edwin Shirley will be ation of Miami, exhibited its provides enlightening and en- heritage to the current urgent

the Guest speaker. A film will reference works, "The Inter- tertaining reading for every quest for Civil Rights,, and
be shown. We are asking all of national Library of Negro Life age group. The publication of provides authentic biographies -
our citizens to attend. and History" at the Florida five new volumes is expectedto of great Negro leaders
RehabilitationWhat Education.. Association's be added to the library the from Booker T. Washington to

RECREATIONThe annual meeting at the Miami latter part of this year. Martin Luther King, from
Beach Convention Hall. This is a major new refer- Crispus Attucks to Willie
Is It?
Recreation Departmentof These first 5 volumes have ence series that fills a void for Mays

Vocational Rehabilitation is the Culmer Neighborhood been widely accepted by today's teachers and studentsby
.' ''?nt f',t< Center is cooperating to the schools and libraries across tracing the progress and
a State Agency, set up by Fed- ,;; .'r"eryM -School Counselors-
"i'. fullest extent with a series of the c o un t r y. Prepared under achievements of American
eral Law after World War I--
initially i to rehabilitate the : meetings to formulate plans the auspices of the Associationfor Registrars -
for the Summer Recreation the Study of Negro Life and
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veterans and later,designed WE NEED YOU
Program. Some $800,000 has History, a 50-year-old non-
aid HELP WANTED
to disabled
any personof We offer for
been allocated for the Recrea- profit organization, the 5- training -
employable age,desirous of tion program. If any of our volume International Libraryof FEMALE Government Jobs
working. Last in the stateof
year citizens no of any large store Negro life and History offers WaitressesDay Airline Careers
Florida, approximately t front locatio, please call the an authoritative and informative and night shifts Heavy Equipment Operators

8000 handicapped Rehabilitation people, Center and give the number.We account of the Ne- available. Need not be High School EquivalencyDiploma
through were
are also asking if there are
gro's contributions in the arts,
made employable. any citizen in the communitythat sciences, politics, athletics, experienced.Will train. Electronic Courses
Vocational Rehabilitation
would like todonate any and every field of human en- Liberal fringe benefits.
aids the person who is handi- Become a represen-
recreation equipment, such as deavor. Profit sharing plan.
capped either by injury dis- tative of Alpha School.
,
pool table, ping-pong table, These handsomely bound, Parking space avail
ease emotional disturbanceor
games for small children,and beautifully Illustrated books able. Opportunity available.
mental retardation, by its etc., to please contact the Center have been edited by leading JUNIORS We pay high commis
positive and constructive approach at 377-0525. educators and historians' and sion. Call for appoint-

stressing the worth vision,nfvocational' Rehabilitation ___ n _. n.. .....-._ .' RESTAURANTSSee .......,,
and dignityy i i ,of the individual: or DVR, will operi% Mr. Pete between 9:30 I .II.m ,

Rahabilitation helps people to branch office in the Northwest Dr. Franklin Heads & 12 noon, 1:30 & 3 p.m., FR 3-0034 J
help themselves, by restoringtheir section of Miami. The main 2497 Collins AveMla.Bch. Ask for Mr. Albert

social and economic independence office is located a t 1350. NW J JW

through counsel- 12th Avenue, Miami. Fisk U Board
ing. . and readying them for

either on the job training, or OURCLASSIFIED NASHVILLE, Tenn. Dr. Okla., is the son of B. C.
employment.This John Hope Franklin, a Fisk Franklin, the first Negro dis-
Agency has had phenomenal University graduate who attained trict chancery court judge in

growth! In 1927 there one of the highest aca- Oklahoma.He Call

was only one counselor for the demic posts ever held by a Negro was: graduated in 1935

entire State of Florida.Today, ADS has been elected chairman from Fisk University, wherehe
three hundred counselorscover of the board of Fisk, of- majored in history,and received CHARLESROGERS

sixteen districts. In ficials announced. his master's and doc-

keeping with this tremendous BRINGRESUL Franklin, 53, is chairmanof torate's degree at Harvard

growth pattern. .by bringing the history department at University.
the services closer to the peo- IS the University of Chicago.The .
AT PL 1-7502
ple who need them. .the Di- native of Rentiesville, -
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mrnSouthern.. pal I FOR-A GOOD BUY ON A

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Recipients of the first "Youth Awards for Excellence" meet with ,Metro Mayor 18-22
ceremonies Tuesday at the Dade County Commission AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAYAt
Chuck Hall following the ..... .
Apply: the u. f rlh-euth |jrpr itw /
chambers. The eight youngsters are, from hft: James Maloney, 17, 701 W 55th PI., ONLY IS MINUTIS FROM ANYWMIM IN MIAMI

Hialeah; Richmond Staton, 73, 666 SW Fourth St.; Robert Swan, 17, 741 NE 112th 345 NE 2nd Avenue CORNER N.W. 54th ST. ft N.W 3rd AVE. ;

St.; Ann Pat Cusoni, M, 1840 S. Miami Ave.; Robert Hunter 70, Apt. 78, 738 NW 8325 NE 2nd Avenue Phone 7517502Or

Seventh st.; Allen// Fortune, 14, Apt. 6, 677 NW First Ct.; Mayor!i Hall; Glorida Len- 9101 S. W. 24th Streetan 2010 Biscayne Blvd. FR 7.0401 Broward JA2-313I

hoff, 13, 832 Majorca; Coral/ Gables, and Jerome Carr, 72, Apt. 6, 621 NW First Ct. equalopportunity run DILIVIRY ANYWHIRI U.S.A.
were the three boys who last February chased after a ,
employer IN r.I.AUDIItDALl1'U t.LAS OLAS BLVD.MIO7U
pffi.n&hTicZSS and identified the thieF
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20 THE MIAMI TIMES,. Friday, May ]0,, 1968.
IN MEMORIAM I
IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn
In loving memory of our love
memory of our dear mother one
I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I , memory of our mother,

IRENE MONKER NEWMANwho Fr
departed this life on May MRS. EMMA LOUISE

7, 1958. CHURCHwho
IN MEMORIAM I N MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn Ten years have passed mother was released from her
I I dear, since God has cal- earthly task on May 10, 1965, r
In loving memoryof sad but loving memory of sad but loving memory f led you home, to be with Him laid to rest May 16 at Hallan-
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and grandmother -
1 ; I It our parents, our wife, mother in'h e av a n. We often sit and dale Cemetery.
think of you when we'reaJooe, May God rest her soul.
...,, 4
BEATRICE KNOWLES w t MONCURand that grief can call its own. Loved Ones;
I your life isa beautiful Mrs. Ruby Carter

I. SAMUEL M. MONCURwho memory, your absence a Mrs. Thelma Annis
away May 5 1958 silent on in Mrs. Leona RobertsGrandchildren M
passed grief; sleep peace.
} and a host of
and July 7, 1960 respectively.

"!n: t. . I There is no death! The stars Sadly missed by your child- friends.
r down ren Hazel C. Sanders and
.1It';) f t go ;
....ii.," or'; '0 .".. ;t' .. To rise upon some other shore Frank M. Newman.IN IN MEMORIAM MRS.I MAUD KENNEDYwho
oJ t/lt. II And bright inheav n's Jeweled passed to the great beyond -
'.:, '. : \ crown In loving memory of on May 12, 1966 in New
; ,tS'l'i't'I. MEMORIAMIn
'M.ii.r'\a; '" They shine forevermore. \ York City.

They are not dead! They have loving memory of our If death should beckon me with
GLORIA MAE LEWIS but passed dear mother and grandmother, outstretched hands, and whis-

born January 12, 1952, and Beyond the mists that blind us \ -._--- per softly of an unknown land,
died May 5, 1967. here -, ,, .....,': r I shall not be afraid to go,
Into the new and larger life f y. ri.i ; For though the path I do not

-'She passed away, like morningdew Of that serener sphere. MRS. AVIS STEWARTwho know, I take death's hands

May they rest in peace and departed this life May 7, without a fear.
Before the sun was high; light perpetual shine upon 1967. For he who safely brought me
So brief her time, she scarely. them. 4I1 here
but all
You are gone, your
knew, kindness and sweetness are Will also take me safely back,
The meaning of a sigh. The Children. not forgotten. And though in many thanks I

Sleep on and take you rest, lack,
Love was her guardian angel CARDS OF THANKSThe '*We love you but Jesus loves He will not let me go alone
here, you best. Into the valley that's unknown-
But love to death resigned her; familyof the late Solomon Stewart, husband So I reach out and take death's
Tho love was kind, why should and family hands

\ we fear, And Journey to the "promisedland.
f BUT HOLY DEATH KINDER -. iWIIG'_ ."

IN MEMORIAMIn Mrs. Barbara Jordan,daughter -
t Lewis Family and friends 4* of
memory
1 SUSAN HEPBURNwho
YOUNG Mrs. Madline Holder
ARLESTER daughter -
r BISHOP RUFUS M. GILBERTwho did May 8, 1966.
IN MEMORIAM dl.r ie Gone, but not forgotten.
: rM .N departed this life, May 13, who departed this life May 13 Mrs. Edith Bethel, sister

1 In loving memory of 1967. Deacon Reubin Hepburn, Ed 1964.In Mrs. Mildred Deleware, sister -
r -. Twilight and evening bell, Hepburn, Leah Ferguson, and yonder grave he lies,
a and after that the dark! grandchildren.IN where slowly winds the steal- Three grandchildrenAnd
,And may there be no sadnessof ing wave; FamilyIN
'
farewell The year's best sweets shall
When I embark. MEMORIAMIn duteous rise
r rl Blessed t is the saint that die in To deck its poet's sylvan MEMORIAMIn
the lord memory of my beloved
(Igrave.In memory of our loved one

Hence forth, yea, said the husband- ...--..rllk'.+ ...... .. yon deep bed of whisperingreeds -
spirit; 4
MRS. CARRIE BELL ROPER They rest from their labor. His airy harp shall now be laid,

wishes to express gratitudeand That he, whose heart in sorrow
thanks to' all who helpedto Sadly missed by the Family. r bleeds,

lighten our grief during our May love through life the
recent bereavement. Your Ethel Gilbert,wife, childrenand i ,' soothing shade.Remembrance .

prayers, visits, florals, tele- grandchildren. oft shall haunt
grams, donations, telephone the shore
.11.A J calls, cards, letters and other f T i Kr- When Thames in summer .
MrnS.MABLEE.HOL acts of kindness will ever linger CARDS OF THANKS wreaths is drest,
I with us. We also wish to extend v S ; And oft suspend the dashingoar
who departed this life, May 13, our thanks to Reb.Samuel ARTHUR MOSS JR. 4h

.; 1967. Atchison and members of Mt. andFRED To did his gentle spirit rest. h
Her life is beautiful memory Calvary Baptist Church Miami JOHNSON

\ Her absence is silent grief Rev. R. L.Lee and members whowere laid to rest April 6, Mrs. Sarah Smalley, mother :
ti She sleeps in God's lovely garden of Lane Grove Baptist 1968, wish to thank all our and familyIN
\; Church, Millen, Ga. Special friends neighbors for their maa wJ
In sunshine and in perfect thanks to Dwight Funeral'kind thoughts of food, cards,
: peace. Home Millen Ga. telegrams, and words of comfort -
CALVIN "Buster" ROGERSwho MRS. LAURETTA L. KELLY
of life is in our hours of deep sor-
When the race run,
who
departed this life 13 MEMORIAMIn departed this life May 5,
row and also St. Matthew May ,
Father, grant thy wearied one Sadly missed; Bap- 1967. 1963.

rest for evermore Mr. Willie Lee Wilson- ,bro- tist Church. He will never be forgottenfor memory of our mother We cannot say and we will not

ther Miami he has gone away to rest. and daughter and sister say;
William E. Hopkins, son Mrs. Selina aunt Many thanks from the
Jackson That she is dead she is
We loved him but Jesus loves Just
Bereaved Family.IN ,
Cora Lee Manning, daugh- Miami
him best. BLONEVA LOUISE away
ter Mr. L. Wilson, uncle New- DUNWOODYwho With a cheery smile and a wave

Fredericka and Robert, ark, N. J MEMORIAMIn From his loving wife Myrtes departed this life April 30., of the hand,
l grandchildren. Mr. Solomon Handberry,uncle Rogers and children. 1960. She has slipped into a happy
Plant City, Fla. On that happy Easter morningAll land.
., Mr. Seymore Wilson, uncle loving memory of our mother the graves their dead restored Gone, but not forgotten.
Millen ,
CARDS OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAM:
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Mrs. Edna Tho ma, aunt Father sister child and mother Mr. A. G. Kelly, husband

family of the late Millen In memory of my beloved mother Meet once more And Family
Miss Selina Wilson cousin
Ralph, Rodney, Ronald
SARAH PATIENCE WYMAN Mami. Rosalyn, Mona
LENORA McCALL CHERRYwho WMBM GOES
..who; expired on Sunday, April Mrs. Lea Hamilton, mother DUSTY BLUES
21, 1968, would like to thank departed this life May 7, Kenneth Hamilton, brother
the many relatives and friendsfor CARDS OF THANKSWe t 1944. Ralph Dunwood, Sr., hus- ALL DAY SATURDAYMAY

the many kind expressionsof Bless thou the dead who died band. II 1968

sympathy received during the family of the late : in thee:
their bereavement. Your acts o lamb ofGodRedeemer blest,
of kindness thoughtfulness MRS. DORIS BROWN WARD, Grant her eternal light and IN MEMORIAMIn

were genuinely appreciated express our sincere appreciation / rest.

and helped to bring solace for the kindness shown i t Willie Littles,
when our hearts were filled during our time of bereave I I +
with sorrow Our thanks are ment. Your prayers,visits, ttJ
also extended to the staff of the cards, telegrams, calls,gifts,
Range Funeral Home for their and other acts of kindness sustained -
CARDS OF loving of dear
THANKS memory our mother
courteous and efficient ser- us greatly in our sorrow
.. vice, and to Father Tyrrell and will linger with us always.A LILLIAN PRATT The family ofDAISREE MRS. ANNIE MAE TWINE
Dear, Vicar of the Church of very special thanks to who departed this life May 12, BETHELwho Who departed this life May 12, 1965

i The Incarnation, the Acolytesin Rsv.H. Stuartthemem- 1967. "There Is no death! What seems so Is transition; this
attendance,and Mr.Charles bers of We sly a n Methodist Grant her 0 Lord, eternal passed April 22 would like life of mortal breath Is but a suburb In the |life| elysIan| ,
" Jones, organist. Church, the Faculty of Dunbar rest and may light perpetual to thank friends and neighborsfor whose portal we call death." LongfellowHarr
.' Elementary School, and the shine upon her. their i sympathy and kindness -

Mrs. Melba Nixon, daughterMrs. staff of RahmingsFuneral during our hour of be- :*tt E. Hart, daughter
Olga Wicks, daughterMr. Home. The Family reavement.
Alice Evans, Marie Mc- Juanita F. Rosemond, daughter
Howard Wyman, son
and Emmett A. Twine
Mrs. Arleen Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Wardell kinney, Olga Morley, George Bethel son
granddaughter Brown, parents and Family ,Carolyn Davis, daughters. Cherry Bethel and children



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IN MEMORIAM CARD OF"AL'B r"' 1 '"i::
OF THANKSThe RANGE HOUSE RT "' 1

family of the late Little Gwendolyn Denise Elliott Strickland, 1556 NW 1 1I
..- ,- Jones of 3166 NW 56th Street 62nd Ter.,:died April 28.Services
MRS. EVELYN F. ROBINSON died Tuesday, April 30. She is were held Saturday, at

wishes to thank their neighbors survived by her parents Mr. Mt. Olive Baptist Church in
and friends for all deedsof and Mrs. Emory Jones; five So Miami. Among survivorsare
1 v r kindness rendered during brothers and sisters; grandparents two sisters, Ethel Carson n yr
her illness and recent death Mr. and Mrs Thomas and Lorene Vinson.

Your prayers,visits,cards', Roundtree and Mr. and Mrs.
letters, telegrams, floral of Emmett Jones. Services were Nero Keels, 10431 SW 151st I

ferings, donors of cars,dona- conducted Monday, May 6, at Ter., Richmond Heights, died
tions, and food and all other 2 p.m. in the chapel. April 28. Services were held /

acts of sympathy will live in Saturday, at First Methodist .
our memory.We Fred D. Coleman of 558 NW Church in Richmond Heights.

wish to extend our sin- 12th St., died Friday, May 3. Among survivors are wife
cere thanks and appreciation He is survived by his wife, Julia; two sisters, Virgere

to Fr. Lambert Sands for Helen; sister-in-law Mrs. Williams and Eula Collington; ._ ,.. -- .

spiritual visits, and words of Lattimore; brother-in-law, two grands; nine great grands; "I will turn over a new leaf I cannot surrender all.Who-
comfort. James Conyers. Services will two brothers Tor. rife and Can the Ethiopian change his soever will save his life shall

MRS. RUMILDA Also, to all the chapters of be conducted Thursday, May Bucksy. skin, or the leopard his spots? lose It, and whosoever will
RUTHERFORD the ECW and the congregattonat 9, at 1 p.m. in the chapel. Then may ye also do good,that lose his life for my sake shall
I who departed this life May 15, large of Saint Kater Whiddon, 1319 NW 68
Agnes E. are accustomed to do evil. find it. for what is a man pro-
1967. Church Daughters ofElkdom'Greater Rev. John B. Williams of St., ,died April 29.Among survivors -
For though thou wash thee fited, if he 'shall gain the whole
[Life, sweet like, soonto Miami 1237 NW 63rd St., died May 3. are mother Anna Bell
Temple #769, ; with nitre, and take thee much world and lose his own soul?
pass. Everglade Past Survivors are his wife Julia; three sisters Alice Murry
Daughter Rul sope, yet thine iniquity is
I As we are, so was she; ers Council, and the M.H.Ra- six daughters; two sons; two Frankie Gables, Beatha Jones marked before me, saith the If we suffer, we shall also
I As she is so shall we be. hmings Mortuary, for kind, sisters; three brothers; ten Services were held Monday,at Lord God. reign with him If we deny Him,

May she rest in peace and courteous and efficient ser- grandchildren. Services will Mt. Calvary Baptist Church. They that be whole need nota He also will deny us. .,..
I light perpetual shine upon her. vices (rendered., be conducted Saturday, May 11 physician, but they that are
Sadly missed by Rev. Adam We at 1 p.m in Jordan Grove Bap- Eddie Smith, 2511 NW 165th Katheline Jackson, a mem-
God
say bless you all. sick. I will have mercy,and not ber of Rock of
Ages M.
tist B. C.
Rutherford, husband,pastor of Church. St., Opa-locka, died April 28. sacrifice: For I am come to
I Free Will Baptist Church. Mr. William B. Robinson, Services were held Saturday, call the righteous, but sinnersto NW Rev.55th J, W Street.King, pastor, 2722
Shadrack Handifield of 5720
The FamilyIN husband at New Mt. Calvary Baptist repentence.
SW 18th St. West. Hollywood, Church. Among survivors are .
Mrs. Lillian Dean Queen Elizabeth Graham, a L",
MEMORIAM Mrs. Olga Saunders died May 2. He is survived bya three sons, Oppia,Wallace and member of the Rock of AgesM.

Mrs. Hilda Higgs, sisters close friend Mrs. E. Whit- Charlie; two daughters Essie B, Church, Rev. J.W. King
In memory of our dear taker; two sons; five daugh- Allen and Mattie Israel; one pastor.
I mother. ters; two sisters; 42 grandchildren sister Mrs Gertrude Evans.
Services willbe con-
FRANCIS
ducted Saturday, May 11, at Mrs. Cora Chester 2146NW ;
Audley Rolle of 1141 NW 3 1 p.m. Ebenezer Baptist 75th St., died May 1. Among

Ave. Apt. 3 died, May 5, at Church. survivors are husband, Mr
Jackson Hospital services will George ; three sisters Lena,
be held Saturday, May 11, at Mrs. Marian Sampson of Eula and Frankly nieces Rebecca -
2:30 p.m. in the chapel. Remains 1115 NW 64th St., died May 4. Gussie, Mattie, and

will repose in the chapel She is survivedbyherhusban d Josephine; nephews. Services I "'1-..

1 p.m. Friday until 8:30: p.m. Grover; two sons; two grand- Saturday, May 11, at 1 p.m. In !1
Friday. Remains will reposeat children; six sisters;two bro Mt. Carmel Baptist Church. :

his home 9 p.m, Friday until thers. Final rites conducted in ;.) ", t'i; j
Buena Vista Ga. .I'. .
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funeral time Saturday. Sur- lt'q' t !l"P'n'"
Mrs. Ruth Knowles Scott of I' : : 'j
vivors include his father, Al- "' ,
brothers Leon Mrs. Lillie Martin of 353 6722 NW 6th St., died May 1st. : 'ft '
bury three ,
r \:.. ; father .. "I am seeking but cannot
lib Rudolph, and Johnnie;two sis- NW 6 St., died MondayMay Among survivors are .'-
1 1"r_. m "\.f.. ,. '__ ters, Betty Bailey, and Au- 6. She is survived by a close Eugene, Sr.; one son St.JamesKnowles '! \It find Christ..
friend James Johnson son one brother Eugene, w'
a
ZEOLA BANNERMAN drey Rolle. ; ; ; '4<<"'11'<1, "Trust in the Lord with all
MRS. a daughter; four grandchildren Jr.; two s i s t e r s Gladys and thine heart and lean not unto
MOORE Mrs. Clochilda Mackey of ; a brother; sister.. Arrangements Cynthia; step-mother Agnes, "And when he is come, he thine
May 12, 1964 1340-B NW 4th Ave.,died May are incomplete Services were held Tuesday, will reprove the world of sin, own understanding.In all
2 at her home.Services will beheld because believe not thy ways acknowledge him,and
You were called away fora in the chapel. ->: 'h)1' they on
perfect rest Saturday, May 11, at2:00 Mrs. Emma Carr of 2029 me." flU ye believe not that I he shall direct thy paths. Be
not wise in tine
fear
Your deeds on earth were always p.m. at Temple Baptist with NW 59th St., died May 6. She am He, ye shall die in your the Lord and own eyes; from
blessedA Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor sins." "He that believeth on depart
is survived by her husband La Willie Wright, 10250SW173 evil." "And shall seek
wonderful' mother laid downto officiating. Remains will repose wrence; two sons; grandson; Ter., perrine, died, May 2. him is not condemned: But he and find me ye when shall me,
ye
rest at her home 10pm. Fri- other relatives. Services will Among survivors are wife that believeth not is condemned search for
with all
For eachofusyoudtdyoubest.Silent day until funeral time Satur be conducted Tuesday, May 14, Willie Mae; three daughters, already, because he hath not heart." me your
Is your voice so tender day. Survivors include two at 3 p.m. in Bethany Seventh Maedessa,' Christine, and believed in the name of the only

and sweet daughters Maybelle Clarke; Day Adventist Church. Willie Bell Coley; four sons, begotten Son of God" "He that "For with the heart man: believeth -
Lost is the love, that each of three sons, Kirk, James and Thomas, Charlie, J. Lester, believeth on the son has everlasting unto righteousness and
us seek Harold. Allmembers of Grand Mrs. Alma Sellers of 1G34 and Willie Services w1ll beheld life: and he that believeth with the mouth confession is

Gone dear mother, are you United Order of pallbearers NW 69th Ter., died May 7.She Thursday, May 9, 4 p.m. not the Son shall not see made unto salvation."
from us Lodge No. 2 are requested to is survived by her husband Co- Kerr Memorial In Perrine. life; but the wrath of God

But not from God in whom wo: be present at Francis Fun lumbus; three daughters; two Ship Friday 1:40: p.m. to Dublin abideth on him." Doretha Whorley, a memberof
*rat. eral Home, Friday, at 8 p.m. sons. Arrangements are incomplete Ga. for final rites Deborah Whorley, a mem- Rock o f Ages, Missionary
Sadly missed by for final rites. ber of Rock of Ages M.B.C. Baptist Church, Rev J. W.
Rev. J. W. King King, pastor.
The Bannerman, Brow/itee( Elder Joseph LaFleur of pastor.DadeCountians
Dixon: Stirrup, and Moora 2169 NW 63 St., died May 5,at Homer Lee Carter of 2521 Alex Sangster, 2312 NW 71

Families. his home Services will be held NW 55th St., died May 7. His Lane, died May 6.Among survivors VIETNAM DEAD TO BE HONOREDMetro I
Saturday, May 11, at 3 p.m.,at survivors Include a son; three are wife Katrenia; five
CARD OF THANKSThe the Church of God,NW 2nd Ct daughters; other relatives. sons Alex Jr., Lorenza,Dana, killed In Mayor Chuck Hall and
and 18th St. Survivors include Arrangements are incompleteMrs. Michael, and Rodney; mother Vietnam and in Korea will be Miami Mayor Stephen P.Clark
family of the late his wife, Lenora; two sons Millie; two sisters Callie L. honored during Armed Forces will participate.

MRS. ELIZA McCLENTONwish Christopher and Nathaniel; Elizabeth Douglas of Mattie Sue; four brothers John, Week(May 13-18)) with rededication They have compiled lists of
to express our sincere two daughters Maybell Sewell 2131 NE 124th St.,died Saturday Leonard, James, Earl; of the Dade County War Dade's dead from Korea and
appreciation to our many Isadora Lightbourne; two sisters May 4, She is survived by mother-in-law, Mrs. Estoria Memorial In Bayfront Park Vietnam. A roll call of these
friends for their condolences Rebecca Jarrett and Mrs three daughters Arthesa D Cooper. Arrangements are in- during 11 a.m. ceremoniesMay honored dead is planned for the

flowers, cards, telegrams another d Blooming Davis of Nassau. Hubert, formerly of Theresa complete.Mrs. 18. May 18 program. Families of

acts of kindness shownto Florisa, Thresa D. Gilbourneand Lt. Col David F. Bird, formerly recent Vietnam casualties or
us during our hour of be RICHARDSONLonnie Madeline D. Portier; on Gen. William C. of other deceased armed
reavement. E. Nelson of 1928 NW a granddaughter Mrs. Hazel Viola Leslie, 1145 NW Westmoreland's staff in Viet forces personnel whose death
Especially do we wish to 59th St., died May 3.He is sur Alfred; two great grandchildren. 4th Ave., Apt. 1, died May 6. nam, will be principal speaker. notices have not been publish-
thank Elder Altherla Williams vived by a wife Juli; one Final rites in Tampa, Fla. Among survivors are one sister He is presently commanding ed in Miami newspapers are
for her kind words and the daughter Sada Fields;two Johnnie M. Travis; one officer of the U. S. Army requested to call Mrs. Agnes
staff of Range Funeral Homefor Atls and Amouse Kendrick; Albert Shoots of 1261 N W brother Willie Foreman, a Reserve Advisor Group in Miami Ginn, a member of the Mem-
their services. three brothers Lawrence, 59th St., Apt. 1, died Sunday, friend Joe Harris. Services orial Committee, at 377-5486.
May God bless each and Rallamaze and Harrison; one May 5. He is survived by'his Saturday, May 11, at 330pm.

everyone of you. sister Flossie Massez; 17 wife Lois; three children; one Mt. Zion Baptist Church. SOUTH DADE NEWS
grandchildren and nine great grandchild; two sisters; six DONATE USED CLOTHING
Lillie Mae Trapp grandchildren. Services will brothers. Services will be Mr. and M r s. Roosevelt FURNITUREETC.
conducted 9 at 2 conducted 10 at Church in Homestead. Remains Williams announce the en-
Elizabeth palmer be May p.m. Friday, May .
Mr. and Mrs. Lane in the chapel.. 2 p.m in the chapel. will repose in the gagement of their daughter
And the McClenton familyIN Rober Mullins died, May 1 church Saturday at 8 a.m. Lonnie R. Domes to Airman Help us to help ourselves.
Douglas Davis of Homestead If have usable
Jackson Hospital.Arrangements you any used
BAIN'S
in
incomplete. Services for Mrs. Pearl Airforce Base, the son of Mr. clothing, furniture and appli-
MEMORIAMIn are 4 Mrs. Bessie Baker, of 1947 Ligoure, of 3631 Florida Ave., and Mrs. Henry Davis of ances, please donate them to
sad but f Infant Girl Jane died May NW 5th Ct., Room 10, died on Coconut Grove who died May Brooklyn, N, Y. the Federation of American
dear mother loving memoryoour in Jackson Hospital.Arrangements May 4, at Jacks Hospital. 5, will be held Saturdayat 4:30 Rev. E. Long, the assistant Bahamians, Inc., a non-profit
are incomplete. She is survived by a daughterAnn I'.m. from the chapel.Remains pastor of Mt. Moriah Baptist charity organization. You may

MRS. SATYRA BAIN Wilson; two sons Willie will repose in the chapel after Church of Perrine is now in bring your contributions to;
who departed tis life 14 RAHMINGS Baker and Frank Sheppard; 5 3 p.m. Friday. South Miami Hospital.Rev. 1448 NW 62nd Street.
May grandchildren. Services will W. H. Woods of Per- .
of M
1964. Irene Smith '
Mrs. Frances r
be held Friday, at 2 p.m.from Donald Tyrone tarn,ot 3547 rlne is now resting at home ,;_
Gone but 1418 NW 2 Ave., died in Jack
not
forgotten.
Greater P. B, Church. Thomjs: Ave., Coconut Grove, from the hospital. ,
May her soul rest in peace., son Hospital,brother April 29.Rev.She iDar s who died May 5, will be held on Robert R, Moton PTA pres- DIG BLUE'SSATURDAY
survived a
by Hilda Services for E-2 Charles R.:Saturday at the Church of God ents the Annual Spring TeaIn,
sister-in-law
Mrs. Rowena Butler, daugh Walked a Shipman, of the US Army will 'of Prophecy.Remains will repose J rainbow colors in the school
held
ter; Dalle Kelly, daughter; Edden. Services at 10:00 were a.m. at St.on be held Saturday, at 12 noon, 1 In the chapel after 3 p.m. 'cafeteria Sunday, May 26, at WMBM SPECIAL
Dollie Kelly, daughter Monday, Church. from Greater New Mt. Zion (on Friday. <5 p.m. onation $1.00. '
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r f 1 22 THE'MIAMI TIMES, I Friday,'May 10, ''1968 DRAKE'MEMORIAL ST. JAMES'Rev. 'GREATERNEW MACEDONIA


t L, .F. W. Sneed, pastor

'\ r' ,. Joseph MarshallWe Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor

,, ar 3 :are carefully planningour Willie Beard, reporter
20th Annual Men's Day to There will be a special; Mo-

make it the best in the history ther's Day program, Sunday,
: of our church. We are proudof May 12,at 3 p.m.at the church
or chairman Mr. Dallas prize wUlbegl ven to the

I Stroud, co-chairman Mr.Wl1- oldest and youngest mothers

liam Burroughs, Jr., captainsand p r e s ent. This is being sponsored -
men of St. James. Please by Choir No. One Sis-

i help us in our efforts. ter Margaret Pinder, presi
.
Mrs Carrie Lawrence and

May-ites are having a night of dent.To all wonderful. mothers

games and fun at the home of everywhere, this is

Mr. and Mrs.Willie Nicholson a tribute to you:

\ 1341 NW 51 St. Saturday, May Never too busy, she was, to
1\" - 11, at 8 p.m.: Also Sunday in hear

Rev. Janus W.Dunn,pastor the parish ball after services The little doubt or the little

officers and they are having a "Mother'sDay fear;
The pastor, ,
Jn uniia members invite all their dinner." Never too busy to set aright
Jtt Inu ttifurdf friends to attend the church The Male Chorus will cele- The dreams that haunted the
brate their anniversary. We
pastor's anniversary, Mondayat darksome night.
8 p.m. Rev. F. W. TannerSr invite everyone of you to be Never too busy to read a book

GREATER NEW BETHEL CHRIST EPISCOPALFr. ST. 'MARY and congreation, Tuesday with us. Thursday, at 8 p.m. Of fairy tales, in some hidden
Rev. Picket and and again Sunday, at 3:30: p.m. nook.Never.
night James
11 will be a
Saturday, May: T. R. Gibson, rector Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastorA. congregation Wednesday Rev.P. Mrs. Doris Williams and too busy to kiss or
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day of transition and a day long Antoinette Silva, reporterThe E. Bethel, reporter W. Williams and congre- August-ites presents "AMo- praise,
Jp be remembered by the Apostolic Rite of Con- Dedicated to all mothers of ther's Day Fashion Tea," May fill
gation, Thursday, Rev. W. J, Never too busy to our days
Bethel Se-
of the
members Church of firmation will be given Sunday, it.: Mary's who have in their Macon and congregation.Rev. 12, from 4 to 6 p.m., at 7168 With the faith that lives and the

venth-day Adventist May 26, at 6 p.m. The Bishopof own way helped others in their T.C. Kelly Jr.and congregation NW 16th Ave. Make this a treat Joys that start
Homestead.At the Diocese, the Rt.Rev. I time of need with all that they Sunday, May 19, at for the whole family. From the brimming depths of
8:30 Saturday morning, could do in words and deeds. and
Henry L Louttit will officiate. Mrs. M. Ambrose
330 p.m. The J. W. Drake a mother's heart.
pastor R. L. Woodfork,super- May 12, is Mother's Day and rake care of friends and Memorial Vesper will be at 7 Sampsonite Board would like
visor for the State of Florida Guild will I neighbors too, and God will to thank for their
St. Theresa's present everyone
19. This too she was to
Sunday
May Never busy
p.m. ,
will.lead a mor tor cade of cars j take care of Happy Mo-
its annual Mother's Day you. service will close our anni- support on their anniversary. give
a filled church with members located at from'theold 5th St. Tea and Fashion Review on j ther's Day from you reporter. versary. Special thanks to Rev. P. 'The love that will always grow
this day at 4 p.m. on the lawn During our 11 a.m.ser- Brown of Community Chris-
Scouts havinga
The are and live
and 6th Ter. Homestead to the Boy ;
i 'vices the speaker will be our
of the church.Please come out tian and his congregation. It
Car Wash on Saturday. And we who have taken her
new church built on the corner
:
Music will
pastor Rev. Stuart.
and support them. I was Indeed a success thanks to
Please take over to know
car must
k of Road and 15th St., your gifts
1 De furnished by all female
FloridaR City. Get well wishes are extend- the church and help the Boy you.Usher That they make a part of a debt
ed to Mr. Dodrege Clark. members of both choirs. Scouts. Board No. 2 is havinga
A brief dedicatory service I we owe.
f.,. will be held outside the new Sunday was Tithing Day and There will also be Infant askedto Baptism The Pastor's Aid will pre- Beach Party, Sunday, May A debt of hope when the way is
I All children are
\ each member was asked to 19 at 1
sent flowers to the oldest muter p.m.
church and the ribbon will be hard,
;' give one tenth of their weekly : have flowers placed on the and To the sick and shut-ins living -
the youngest mother soul
when the seems
cut and the doors of the new Of cheer
income for the building fund.:altar for your mothers either in the mother with the largest for a cause greater than
battle-scarred
will be for the
church opened Those giving$300 will lonor! of mother or in memory is not "fun but ,
yourself only
first time for worship persons family. Please worship withus Of smiles to brighten a tired
have their names placed on a I of mother. and
enriching permanent.
Mother's
on Day.
t Pastor H. D.Singleton of the for The speaker for the 7 1 p.m. face,
in the new building
plague Please remember to visit
World Headquarters of the Se- service will be Rev Edward Never to tired to kiss or
this purpose. and for the sick and shut-
Adventist Church of pray praise.
J venth-day Young Music by the female NEW MT.. MORIAHRev.
Washington, D.C., pastors c h 0 it. Ways and Means will ins Mother's Day? They are all
W. S.Barfield,president of the TEMPLE BAPTISTNext I hold a special meeting at 5:3C A. L. Shipp, pastor her days]
Atlantic Conference ST.. LUKE Evelyn Souter reporterThe May God bless each and
South week, beginning Mon- P.m. at the church. The vice ,
F. R. Jones, treasurer, andC. day night, services celebrating -, president is asking all members Rev. 0. Taylor, pastor Deacon's and Dea- every mother on her day (s).
B. Rock, associate ministerial the 38th anniversary of the to please be out Sis. E. McNeal, reporter coness Board will celebrate Remember the sick and
secretary of the church and pastor will be held.A Sunday, May 12 will be Ban their anniversary the fourth shut-ins in your prayers.
j, Southern Union Conferencewill number of churches will ner Sunday during our Sunday Order of services for May Sunday in this month,at 3 p.m.

be among the speakers Saturday participate and the various School. All parents are askedto 12 will follow through as usual. with 'Rev Douglas Cook, and MT.CALVARY
11 a.m., 5 p.m., and auxiliaries will be sponsors. Attend Sunday School'with'' There will be an'after service Male,Chorus of Jordon Grove

Sunday at 5 p.m. The public is invited. your children, at 930amLet program sponsored by the No. Baptist Church. The public is The No. OneandTwoChoirs
The church is built on a contemporary us continue in prayer and visit 1 Choir featuring the "Holly- invited. will celebrate their anni-
style of Coral stone Funeral services for Mrs.E. our sick and shut-Ins.Brother wood Stars." Everyone is cor- Let us continue our prayersfor versary the third Sunday in

and stucco designed by Wllbert Mackey, oldest member of I Clarence Finlayson is in Jack- dially invited to attend. our pastor, other sick, this month. They are askingthe
S. Schofer, architect and con- the church, will be held Saturday son Hospital, also Sister Lit. We are reminding all mem- Shut=Ins, bereaved, and thosein cooperation of the entire
structed by Thom Smith Construction at 2:30 p.m. lian McPhee. bers that our programs are the armed services. Visitors church.

t Company of Tampa. Remember for an enjoyable still being given in behalf of are always welcome.EVERGREEN There will be a dinner sale

; Fla. Claud Gardiner of Miami Deacon A. J. Hanna, chair- Mother's Day, spend it at St. our Women's Day. The chair- at the church the second Saturday -
If was the consultant contractor. man of the Deacons' Boardand Mary's. Visitors are always man and co-chairman for this in June.Friends and the

The Bethel Seventh-day director of the Training Un- welcome. year are Sister pearl Taylorand entire public are Invited.A .
S', ventist Church Choir of Flroi- ion, is a patient at the Christian Sister Mary Lightfoot.Our bus tour is being plannedfor

da City, the Bethany Seventh- Hospital. The Temple MT. CARMEL church captain is Sister Annie June 16, to Key West. The
;,: day Adventist Church Choir of family wishes for him and all McNeal, if any member who is fare is $6.00. The bus will
Miami, and the Samuelites sick a speedy recovery. Rev. D.A. Bradley,pastor not in an auxiliary please see leave at 7 p.m.All dinners are
:' Choral, will furnish music for Louise McGriff, reporter her and pay your assessments, free.
the opening services. R. L. Mother's Day services will On Sunday, May 12, the No all others areasked to see f 4! behalf of Women's Day
I. Woodfork is the pastor.All through the theme of the One Usher Board will have
carry your captain. Women's Day there will be a Kool in the
persons of the Miami, occasion. The oldest mother their Calendar Tea at the homeof will
conclude May 19, at 6:30 Evening Southern Sip Tuesday
Homestead and Florida City the youngest and the mother Brother and Sister Ale, ,
area are invited to attend the with the largest number of Gaines, 5911 NW 11th Ave,at( p.m.Our morning speaker will night after the third Sunday in
May, at 730. Thanks in advance -
:
opening services both Satur- children and grandchildren 3:30: p.m. You and yours are be Mrs. Caroline and evening .
day and Sunday afternoon. will be honored invited. There will also be a
present, speaker will be Mrs. Idella
The Rev. J. E. Jenkins and
tea at the home of Sister Nancy rr
King. Everyone is cordially congregation from Friendship
Butler and at thehomeofSIste
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invited to attend these ser a Baptist Church will worshipwith
r Rose Lee Payne, 765 NW
42nd St.Our vices. us Monday night, May 13 in
I Mt. Tabor laptist Church Ground Breaking will be Let us not forget to pray and behalf of Women's Day.
visit the sick and shut-ins.
There will be a dumb
the third Sunday in June at 3 supperat
Calls PastorDuring p.m. Our guest speaker will be 1331 NW 68th St. Saturday

Rev. P. W. Williams from St. TABERNACLEINTERDENOMINATIONAL Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor night, May 10, InbehalfofWomen's -
their regular monthly Luke Church. You Day.
Baptist are Minnie Hunter reporter
business r
meeting Thursday invited.
wnjght, May 2, the members of ii Our Men's Day will come o The Choral Group of Miamiis ST. JOSEPH'S
the Mt. Tabor Baptist Church \ the fourth Sunday in this mon tb i Rev. Dr. J. Harris, pastor sponsoring a program Fri-
day, May 10, at 8 p.m. Your
voted for the Rev.
unanimously The morning speaker will Bishop L. John, ministerWe
James W. Hendon, acting pas- ,X ., .. . : Rev. W. F. Tanner from beThe,., pastor wishes to thank presence will be appreciated. wish thank all our
Various
tor to become the permanent :" ; Mary's Baptist Church,Coco- all the many friends and well groups will be pres- friends again who shared withus

pastor of the church. .<.,:. ; ,. 'iii. nut Grove. The evening speaker wishers who came to worship ent.On in our services last Sunday,
Rev Hendon, 38, a Dade : will be Rev. Davis from I with us on Sunday. Do to difficulties Sunday, May 12, you are our Bishop and pastor deliver
County elementary teacher for First Baptist Church oBrownsville f we had to Journey to cordially I n v It e d to attend aMother's ed a wonderful sermon which

seven years, is now on the staff . .-- Come and hear: The Church Of God By Faith to Day program spon- was enjoyed by all.
at the Northeast District Office ; "f, ( these great men of God. begin our services. To many sored by the church.Come out At 3 p.m. the services of the

of Dade County Schools. .' Remember the sick and I of our friends who were there .and enjoy yourselves. The Tabernacle Interdenominational -

A native I of Jacksonville, i shut-ins. Pray for the boys in I and couldn't find us, we are program will begin at 4 p.m. Baptist Church will be
Rev. Hendon holdsaABandBS k, Vietnam sorry that you were unable to Our First Annual AuxiliaryTea held with many persons to be
degree from Florida A & M .. share in the services. The will be held on the third on this program. We, the

University in Religious Edu- -. CRUSADER concluding services will beheld Sunday in this month, May 19, members of St. Joseph are in

;': cation, a BS Degree in Social REV. JAMES W.HENDON I at the Church of God by from 4 to 6 p.m., at the home charge of this service. The
': Science and has pursued grad Rev C, Dixon, pastor Faith, at 3 p.m., Sunday, May of Deacon G. W. Smith, 2425 I message will be delivered by
uate studies at Barry Collegeand State Sunday School and BTU Flossie Marshall, reporterWe 12. We shall keep you informed NW 88th St. If you would like our Bishop. The public is cordially -
the University of Miami. Congress. thank our many friends; on our locations and the order to register in advance call the, invited to be a part of

? Active in church and civic Ray Hendon is married to who came to worship and com- of our services. A special reporter at 693-1322. this program

work through out the state, he the former Esther Holt'of Miami mune with us, our pastorbrought thanks to Rev. Willie Thomp. On May 26, the church will, At 8 p.m.the Miami Allstars

has served as a teacher in the They are the parents of an inspiring message, son for the delivery of a profound sponsor its first ratty. Early will be in a concert. This ser-
District East Coast Sunday four children, Eric, 12; Mar- Youare always welcome al t: message We shall be preparation will mike your attendance vice is in behalf of the Ushersof

School and BTU Congress and vin, 7 1; Gary, 5; and Selicia, 9 Crusader AME, 2575 NW 65tt happy to have you join us in our certain.We are look- St. Joseph plan now to be

on the board of Auditors for the months. Street. services. ing forward to seeing you. present, 217 NW 8th Street.



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THE MIAMI TIMES,. FridayiMay.10, 1968 23


NEW PROVIDENCE ZION HOPEThe ANTIOCH GREATER BETHEL' FIRST BAPTIST

Jr. Usher Board is sel- Mother's Day program will 1 Rev. M. Davis pastor
Rev. C. J. Burney,pastor ling Mother's Day corsages. W. ,
I be held In the church Sunday Donnella reporterThe
Turner
Arsula Edwards I ,
,reporterThe They are asking each and
City Wide Mssion will everyone to buy your corsage May 12, at 5 p.m. You are in- J No. Two Choir is spon-

convene at New providence the from one of the members.We vited. soring a BanquetFriday, May
The women are sponsoringa 10 at the Bonded Rental Agency -
third
Sunday, May 19,at 3 p.m. are extending to our ,
Everyone is invited. banquet May 10, 7:30 p.m.at from 8 p.m. to la.m.Tic-
visiting friends a most,coridal
The church will celebrate welcome. We invite you to the Biscayne Terrace Hotel, kets are $2.00 per person and
340 Biscayne Blvd. Donation $3.00 a couple.
our pastors anniversary Mon- come again.. The chairman of
day, May 20,at 8 p.m. plan now Men's Day is asking everyoneto $6.00. The public Is Invited. The Pastor's Aid Club will
to attend. Each and Baptism will be held Satur- hold the I r regular meeting
everyoneis do their duty by supportingtheir
cordially invited.Consecration captain with the desttnat- day, May 11, at 5 p.m.All can- Friday, at the church, at 7:30
didates are asked to be pres-
hour of
prayer ed assessment. P.m.There
ent at this time \ will be a Musical
is held each /I program
Sunday at 5:00 Don't forget the sick and .J '
The Christian Voices will .'9. at the church the third

REV. W H. WASHINGTONThe a.m.Prayer meeting each Tues- shut-Ins in your prayers. celebrate their 6th Anniversary 4 Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m.,

Committee day evening at 7:30. All mem- at the church the thirdSun- . .. f \ \\ sponsored by all the choirs.
Women's Day ST. PAUL
bers are urged to attend. Visi- day, ,May 19, 2:30: p.m. Many I We pray much for all our
of Mount Olivette Baptist and choirs from South DONti LL' sick members.To our visitors
tors and friends are welcome. groups SISTER CARRIE B.
Court Rev.
First T. C. Kelley pastor
Church 1450 NW ,
Florida will be here. worship with us again.BEULAH .
Continue in
proudly presents Rev.WilliamH prayer for our Mary Amos, reporterThe 26 wilt be Women's Sister Carrie B.Donnell was
May ,
Washington in a special Mo- sick, shut-ins and bereaved.FRIENDSHIP Sunday School Dept. Day, circle this date on your crowned Mrs. Greater New

ther's Day Concert, Sunday, presents a "Tribute to Mo calendar we are sure you will Bethel during the observanceof

May 12, at 4 p.m. ther" Sunday, May 12, at 9:30 enioy the day if you just stop the 16th Annual Women's Rev. E. R. Ferguson,pastor
a.m. they are asking that all Day. Sister Donnell raiseda Alice Banks, reporterIt
mothers by. Sister Berta will be Mother's Day all
plan now to attend sale at the total of$877,52.
Dinners are on
MT. OLIVETTEThe Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor Sunday School with your childor h each Saturday. Call Childs won second prize and day Sunday, May 12. You are
h
c u r c
results of the Baby Con- Ruby L. Carr, reporterAll children to help make this 635-8329. Sister Elizabeth Johnsothird. l welcome to the church with Ult..

test held on last Friday night, captains are working, effort a success.There will be Remember all the sick and All of the women, with nwarm l welcome 3795 Frow

May 3, was a recordbreakingsuccess. hard for our Building Fund i gift given to the mother with the I shut-ins in your prayers. the men's help, worked hard Ave., Coconut Grove.CORINTH .

The Women's Day Drive to end May 14,at 8 p.m. largest number of children and faithfully tomake their daya

committee would like to thank The pastor is asking all choirs: present. success.

all persons who participatedand and ushers to be in uniformalso l You may purchase your ticket NEW HOPE The Young Women Auxiliary r

those who came and gave asking all members and I for the boat ride from any is sponsoring a Mother's Day, Rev. Andrew Jackson, pas-

their support to the affair. A friends to be present. We t member of'Choir No. Two for Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor Tea at the church on Mother's: tor of the Corinth Baptist

short and spicy program was would like to say happy birth- July 4. The pastor wish to thank the Day from 6p.m.Sister Church, 1450 NW 59th st., will

presented by cochairmanMrs. day to all who was born in May r Congratulations goes to Mr. for preparing a delicious din- Marjorie Perkins will be the be ordained Friday, May 17, at

Bessie Johnson, and en- if you are alicensed driver. Samrauel Taylor for raising ner on his birthday, also all the guest speaker. Youare invitedI I 8 p.m.

joyed by all.Contestants. don't forget to renew your li- the highest amount of moneyIn members who sent gifts and I I to attend. Rev. Andrew Jackson,

in order are as censes. our Men's Diy: effort also tour cards. You are also Invited to a sale pastor and Sister Nina Morrow

follows: We are still xpecting o Mr. L A.Jackson and Mr. Rufus Thursday, May 9, at 8 p.m. at the home of Sister Sarah reporter.

First -prize, Keva Alicia Church Bus to be ready to rue 1 Wooten first and second I the--- Rev.. Douglas; Prink paste r Kellv. 1760 NW' 152nd St. Saturday -

Jackson, sponsor Mrs. Laura the regular schedule next Sun- runner ups. of Jordon Grove Baptist I night: This sale -ii in ".'':.

Brown; second prize,Jonathan day we are asking all con- Plan now to attend church all Church and congregation will behalf of Usher Board No.Twoanniversary.

Brown, sponsor Mrs. Cora cerned to listen to Radio sta- day Sunday (Mother's Diy)and render service here in behalf : .

Reid; third prize, Nia Waters, tion WAME next week, an an- make your tribute to your Mo- of our Missionary Society.

sponsor Mrs. Thora Johnson; nouncement will be made to let ther by wearing your carna- Sister Gloria Hanks, pres i- Choir No Two is in chargeof School
I auxiliary Sunday
Deitra Gibson, sponsor Mrs. you know if you should wait on tion. dent. All are welcome.
class next Sunday.
Bessie Johnson; Ceter Marie the route for the bus. Remember our sick and The pastor and membersare I

Troup, sponsor Mrs Alice Next Sunday being Mother's shut-ins, and pray for their divine making ready to celebrateour Our sympathy to our dear

Hodge; Leila Green, spon- Day, the Women will be in guidance for a full recovery church anniversary which pastor, eVe W. K. Smith, in

sor Mrs. Rose Green;Jerome charge starting in SundayS will climax the fifth Sunday in I the loss of his mother.Get well

Pratt, sponsor Mrs. Frances c h 001 with Sister Ruby L. June. wishes to Brother Vickers.

Johnson; Larchrista Blue, Carr, as Superintendent. Sis- MATTHEWS Remember our sick and Let us for the sickand

sponsor Miss Gwendolyn Rob ter Essie Robinson will bring shut-ins bereaved families, shut-ins.pray services are
Prayer
inson; Vel m a Lee, sponsor the high-lights on the SundayS Rev A. Randall,pastor our nation and.mankind every held Tuesday at 8
every p.m.
,
Mrs. Mary Fisher; Basheba c h 0 0 I lesson Sister Lena Annie Vassar, reporterOn where.

Gray, sponsor, Mrs. Winifred Hooks will be mistress of Thursday,night there will Sister Oceola, Jordan' ig..in Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor, A VISIT TO AFRICA:
Gray. Total raised 124225. ceremonies for the short pro:;: be a singing contest between Victoria Hospital Room 192. Alice S. Irving,'reporter

Don't forget to purchaseyour gram that the Deaconess have the No. One Choir of St. Matthews "Please Dear God,guide my

ticket for the concert this prepared, with Sister Ola Bell and the No. One Choir feet while I trod this road,forI

Sunday, May 12,featuring Rev. Reese bringing the occasion.The of New Macedonia. We would SHILOHRev. don't want to travel in vain."

William H. Washington, tenor. pastor will bring the like to see all of the friends of A. M,Griffin,pastor TRIUMPH Brother Earnest Sears of

This will be the biggest eventof Mother's Day sermon. each choir Thursday night. Cheryl English, reporter 1541 NW 65th Street,an officerof

the season. Tickets $1.00. The president of the Dea- Come out and support your favorite Prince W. J. Roberts, pastor the African Universal

Sunday, May 19, is fast approaching coness, Sister Llllie Ross and choir. Saturday all day the No.One Phillip Roundtree, reporterYou Church, is now visiting

we are planning and members invite you to be Our Sunday School is grow Choir will have a sale at the are Invited to our revi- Gahana, West Africa,the homeof

expecting you to be with us on present.Get ing everyone is welcome to home of Sister and Brother val meeting Monday thru Fri- the founder of the African

this day, the greatest on our well wishes to all our worship each Sunday, 6700 NW Jones, 1869 NW 68th is Street. day, at 8 p.m. Universal Church, Laura
Matchett askingall
Brother
church calendar. We have as members who are ill 2nd Ave., at 9:30: a.m. The It's Mother's Day this Sun- Adorkor Koffee.

our morning speaker Mrs. members are asked to come auxiliaries to please have day from all of us to our mo- May ,3, at Jackson Memorial
the UPCL each their ads ready by Friday to will be held this Saturday -
Moadon Bullard, and soloist out and support ther of Triumph's Organization Hospital
In the souvenir book. Thisis
put
Miss Joan Storr, and in our .CHRISTIANFELLOWSHIP Sunday, at 5:30 p.m. Sister for Men's Day. All patronsare you're such a lovely per- at 1:00 p.m.Rev.Cook

evening services a musical Williams, president. with son, always sweet and dear, will officiate.
asked to
program featuring Mrs Tbel- Brown pastorM. Don't forget to pray for the register I feel so blessed to know you. The No. Two Choir will
Rev P. S. $1.00.
ma Moncur. The Women's Day sick and bereaved families, Choir Revival Sunday at the sponsor a tea on thisSaturday
Nixon reporterThe Usher Board
L. The No. One
of Sister
at the home
Chorus will furnish music for Fashion Show being will have a sale next Saturdayat church, 1755 NW 1stCt.,if you night 930 NW 49th

both services. sponsored by the j juniors is the home of Sister Bolden. don't have anything to do Sun- Geneva Carter, Is Invited.
Street. The public
well on the way. The date will CHRISTIAN SCIENCE* Sister Rosa Johnson will day at 3 p.m. come on over and The Deaconess Board will

GRACE be announced soon. have a sale on Saturday in be- enjoy yourself. Our speaker -
"Adam and Fallen Man" i s sponsor a Mother's Day pro
will be our county mother
Prepare to attend the District half of the No. Two Choir.Her ,
the title of the LessonSermorto gram on this Sunday at 3 p.m.
Mother Murray. The Liberty,
Congress whch meets in address is 2155 NW 70th St.
Rev. W. F.SavoypastorCongratulations be read in all Christ I City Choir the Ensemble and All mothers are asked to
July. The church has been organized The Rosettes singers will be ,
to the Wo- Science churches this Sunday other choir will be please come out and be honored
many
into and here next Sunday night after
seven groups
men's Association for the fine The Golden Text is from Ephesians present. Anyone desiring to rep-
installation the pastor is urging all members .: service. resent state In the State
and recognition into : "Awake thou that sleep Remember to pray for sick a Rally
service of last Sunday even- to select the one be- est, and arise from the dead., and shut-ins. may pick the state of his
like to
would
ing.This which they and Christ shall give theE, MT. SINAI choice. The rally will concludeon

Sunday morning, the long.There light." Sunday, May 19, at 3 p.m.

youngest and oldest mother will be a Mother'sDay A worthless feeling is hare I Rev Cleo Albury, pastor BAHA'IS OF FT.LAUDERDALE Your assessment for Wo
the Deaconess
present will be recognized.At Tea given by to live with. But a useful life I; Patricia Austin reporter men's Day will be in the news.j.
,
Board Sunday May: 12 at
7:30 p.m., Mrs. Linda Harris a possibility now. The Bibl]E next week.
will be the guest speaker fora the home of Sister Moon. All tells us we're important ti I On May 19, at3p.ro.the Mr. Elsworth Blackwell of Baptsism will be held this
are invited to attend. church will render services at Sunday night. All candidatesare
program sponsored by theWomen's God. Listen Sunday, May 12
Port Au-prince Haiti for-
Association. On our sick list are: Bro- over radio station WMBM, at t: the Baula Baptist Church, 3795 mer insurance- executive, who asked to be present. Re-

Let us remember to attend ther Charles and Harold 1:45 p.m. to "W hat Is yourTrue : Frow Ave., Coconut Grove. member the sickandshut-ins.
at homo andS Ister serves the Baha'I Faith as an
the enjoyable Tuesday even- Sharpe Rizer at Cedars of Worth?" Attend your Bible study and Auxiliary Board member for

ing Bible discussions at 8:00, Margaret prayer meetings, they will be the Western Hemisphere will
We were ,
as we continue to study in the happy Lebanon to have Hospital.our visitors.You SECOND BAPTSTMOTHERS' a blessing and an inspirationto speak at 8 p.m. Saturday, May MASONIC WAR j jJ
Book
J
of Timothy you. 11, at the Galt Ocean Mile
are always welcome. DAY TALEN T' VETERANS TO MEETThe
Pray for our war torn and All visitors are welcome to Motel, Oakland Park Blvd.and

ST. MARK. confused world FASHION TEA come and worship with us at all Route A lA. Speaking in this Masonic War Veteransof

times. We are the "Cool meeting which is a part of a the State ofFlorida Inc.,will
The women of Second Baptist Church With The Warm Weld
week-long proclamation
program hold their next post meeting on
Rev. C W. Wade pastor
BROWN'S CHAPEL Church in Richmon "
come. for the Baha'I Faith
Mr.
May 10 7:30p.m. in the Washington -
Auther ,
Rutledge, reporterThe Heights invite you to jo lather[1
No. Two Choir did it Rev J. E. Brown, pastorI. Let us remember our sick Blackwell will discuss"Dl- Federal Savings and
of talents fashions
in an evening -
again, as they passed the one Jackson, reporterOn and a special I tribute o, and bereaved members In our vie Paace.Blueprint" for World Loan Association, at 1133
the third Sunday morning Normandy Drive Miami
thousand dollar mark in fund mother on Sunday afternoon I, prayers. ,
raising on their anniversary. Rev. and Mrs Trotter will May 12 between 6and8p.m.athe .(' Have you helped someone to On Sunday, May 12, a beach Beach. All those who are eligible ..

They are grateful to thrlr worship with us. church. know God today?Don't keep theg party will be held at Bahia Mar to qualify at this meetingwill

many friends and visitors. We are working hard towards See the young and very youn! good news to yourself, let Picnic Grounds, starting at 10 become "Charter Members

Mrs. Arzella Neal, president.The our Women's Day. participate in this gala affair..others share the beautiful a.m. The public cordially ." For further information -

No.One Choir will celebrate There will be a sale at the Donations $1.00 50 and 25 feeling and experience of being invited to attend both of these call 864-3349 or write E

their anniversary the home of Sister Rosa B.Smith, Mrs. Alma Keener, Te n| a Christian. .events. There Is admission Peter Fruin 235.'l8tbst. Miami )\

fourth Sunday in May,at 3 p.m. 1435 NW 61stStApt.9inbe' chairman. See you la church. charge. Beach. '
women's day. r
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I Urban Renewal Mass Meeting May 16 Open 7 The Days Best-8 For A.M.Less to At 10 PINT

There will be planned enter
"Project 2" ana "Urban Ulh STREET tainment for the children while
Renewal words we have been
." the meeting is taking place.
hearing for a long time. But The following representatives -
Just what Is Project 2 and Urban -
hand to answer
II will be on
:. Renewal? And more im- PROJECT your questions, and discussthe
portantly, what does it mean to .... project. Mr. Haley Sofge,
you? If you live between the :...,$. Director, Housing and Urban

boundaries north, 14th Street as follows; onthe: on east the, forUrban Development; Mr. Urban Norman Re- rr
1\\ Watson, Director, 'iq, j
the
3rd Avenue; 5th Street on on"the newal; Mr. Herbert Under-
south and 7th Avenue
; wood, Deputy Director, Urban,
( west In side Project-- you 2. are now living Renewal \ Renewal Inter-Group; Mr.Relations Alvin Stevenson Officer , r br S 1

\ To give everyone living in ; and Mr. Clifford Hardy, .1 1
this area a chance to help make Urban Renewal Relocation Of
plans for a better place to live 5th STREET ficer.
and to learn all about their The meeting will be mod-
rights, the Urban League is newel: area, and to help make for planning Project 2 will be erated by Mr. Paul Moore of
sponsoring mass meeting for the plans that will reflect the on hand to hear all the sugges- the Urban League's Community -
Project 2 resBents on Thursday wants of the people. The indi- tions and to be of assistancein Leadership Development OVER 40,600 CARS SOLD
evening, May 16. The viduals who are responsible whatever way possible. Project.
MUNICIPAL AUTO SALES AND SERVICE
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mer Cent e r, 5th Avenue and FLORIDA'SAUTOMOBILE
NW 11th Street at 8 p.m. The Mini-Brute presents
,i) The purpose of the meetingis
for Project 2 residents to
learn their rights as to mov- the short payment book.
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clean A-1 compact used cars. We're overstockedon 1 MILTON WHL covers silvery blue
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seats. Was $1195.
with vinyl
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.: Delux 6 cyl.automatic-heater -. WSW Wheel covers T-glass
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday,.May 10, 1968 25


- o Cagc r ai"H g, h k itcatxox BTW Community. School Holds Awards Dinner I

On Wednesday night 1
.a' at the Golden Fountain, May Res- Rev. Savoy of Grace Pres- with "When a child is rejected standing leadership. These
", byterian Church made the invocations he feels it Is his own fault.No awards were widely distri
Schools taurant, Mr. Henry Daniels
director of th e Booker T., for the occasion. child should feel that they are buted. Among those to receive
Alec Stephens, one of the left out of the American way of were: Ricki Faulk, CivicsAc-
;:> Washington Community School "most promising' students of life . and the Community tion Board; Robert Wilcox,
ForJSouth along with other pioneers of
Proposed, ; the BTW Community School BTW made the introduction of School is making this Ideal a Civil Air Patrol,and the Sigma
Dade School Superintendent, reality." Gamma Rho sorority.
coordinated first annual
a
: ( f* Dr. Whigham. Alec received Dr. Porter stated inhis fol Cheryl Scott received an
awards
banquet for the students
Dade. : \ and civic workers who standing ovations.for the dy- low-up speech that the only award for outstanding leader-
namic preparation of his way youths will succeed is ship In the Civil Air Patrol.
contributed to the school to the
The South District (Citizens' Advisory< Committee, in a school last speech incoveringanextenbackground through "ethics, prudence, This award was donated by
report .Friday night, recommended three new,vocational Mr. Clifford program Matthews year.and on the Superintendent hopes, andplans for the fu- Judge Myer Brilliant.Mr. .
technical high schoolsand, .a junior.high school to meet Mr. Allan Dworkis noted in such a short period of ture." Allan Dworkis receivedthe
a
South Dade's eipandlng educational'needS.. Miami Beach time. Mr. Matthews delivered the major award of the evening
The advisory Committee to the school board of Cutler worked hand-ln-pand philanthropist to make, As Dr. Whigham mountedthe keynote speech and avidly ended it was an oakwood wall

Ridge, at a meeting picketed by more than 20 Negro,youngsters the dinner a success.Mr. Mat- rostrum, he made a com- to be quoted, "This is My plaque for unselfish, untiring
and adults, recommended that Mays Elementary thews was the former directorof ment about seeing the interestof Father's world -- and we have services to the Community -
High School converted to a"top quality vocational high the BTW Community School so many young people at the a dream School. He is credited as

school .and that two, new similar schools be built. and is pre s e n t I y director of meeting. He related,"We need one of the pioneers of the idea
The pickets protested the all-white makeup of the com Primary "C." a closer relationship of the AWARDS PRESENTATIONAt of Community Schools long before
mitted appointed by the School Board; but Odell Johns of Mr. Dworkis, presidingover community and the school" the point of awards presentation the y became a reality
perrlne, militant leader of the group, insisted that the the meeting, made intro- He felt that the benevolenceand Mr. Daniels waivered A $25.00 Savings Bond was
pickets had no quarrel with the committee itself. ductions of the distinguishedguest kindness rendered by the the honors to Dr. Porter. presented to Willie J. Myrick
For several. months the proposed site for a new high on the platform. Amongthe community schools was Among awards presented were for outstanding leadership in
school in South Dade has been a controversial subject guest were: Mrs.Dworkis; presently being returned to the for outstanding services,perfect the BTW Community School.
among Negro and white residents of the area, Judge and Mrs. Donald Jones actual people of the commun- attendance, dedicated This award was donated by the,..
Negroes favor construction of a new school at U, S. and Commissioner Alex Borden;; ity. He concluded his message services, athletics, and out- Four Freedoms Civic Club.TQQTHPOWDER .

Allapattah toad,- a predominantly,Negro: .section of South Dr. E. L. Whigham and Dr.
Dade. Those"who ,oppose, the site say that three heavily Gilbert Porter,Superintendents -
traveled streets',.nearby made the site undesirable ,for a of Dade County Schools;

school. Mr. and Mrs. H. Daniels; Mr.
Johns said, that 'a: group of Negroes would boycott the \ and Mrs. C. R. Matthews; Mr.
eight largely Negro schools of South Dade this foil when Wilcox, Coordinator Civil Air
classes began for the Deco iornic year. Parol; and Mr. Lou Tassee, -j I

Director for all Dade Com '
MINORITY REPORT',SCORES SEGREGATED SCHOOLS munity Schools."BUILDING '''''''! Yrty

The committee's, .stwiy also included a"'Minority Rea' kWLiL-III. 'J pg.WELTERS:

port" prepared by oae man,' Dr. Robert H1 ely, a Uni\, '
versity of,Miami professor., y""* FUND DAY"AT

He recommended teat if integration Is the School THE MOUNT ZION Gj) :
Board's true goal, ""concentrated school population of one '
race" should be avoided) "t'/ \ BAPTIST CHURCHIn "
:
Dr. Hlvely said all white or all Negro schools should be .... .fit,
ti
avoided ,by!''fcODtrol1ef directed enrollment regardless recognition of the work M D M .. ..,.......... ..:wMS .............. ....
that has been done by the membership
of choice or,major reconstruction which will support II '} ,
and to call attention N
dominant raeial'enrollment;'. ; ; ?a.r'11.1N.Iw.R 1.W i M+J.aY. 1. .1
f ; the tremendous task ahead in wrY rrr t Wt
his 'Hl ely,said "A reveal perhaps ,
In report, study can relocating the church to 12th
some of the social'attitudes which must be encounteredbefore
Ave., at 75th St.,"Building
schoolplanning can be ary more than; a hope, a _
Fund Day"-two programs, _'s
.dream, or a'prayer," '
Sunday, May 19, atUa.m.and '"m '( :< ii '"M"---\'i 7"'V'a'' M** ' '
,
The committee 'recommended wider tee ofpeperbsick. 7 p.m.The. i r x

textbooks f merclal bakeries do all the school baking, because a Graham will preside. The Associate 'W1tWti
'
'shortage of byeae"' 'results la biking(being doae' the day Minister, Rev. Ralph t KA .' 1 A ', 1 A I ;< !

before,;,-ffiqi" ,t'li si'_day old,,", J :,..V *'V .*&*& Ross, will use as his subject -
'The report: reeeatme&d6 "expanding tti$ county tpj'swW'!! I for the sermons, the theme:
tern as amore' :economical.wayof traaspbrtiags'chowL!:' "Building a more stately'man
:children aad using private local contractors for electric r
sion-t h r o u g h love, prayer,
plumblag and'air-conditiofting repairs. : .'p :' hardwork and determination.

The'committee also gave tile teachers something to think I Mr. Linton Berrien, the minister
about It 'recommended:''devising'.an'annual metood reviewing ,':!, of music, will be at the

coateractswilti'a,view toward rewardtegqaalilSed, ',, console. Messrs L. Leo Jenkins
,teachers.and removing,unqualified teachers :'1Jack's -* '\ and Arthur King will direct -

the two adult choirs. The

public is invited.
Lillie Muse Doles, chair-
man of the Building Fund Task
MEN'S WEARSEE
Force, and Rev. E.T.Graham

"MR.JACK"FOR pastor.

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A' Chance To Learn



About Your Government I Lindd Lumber

If you want to learn more Representatives from vari
about Metro, here's your ous departments of Metro will eyyt

chance.A be guests at the other classes ALUMINUM WITH

non-credit course, Topics include REDWOOD SLATS
Government May 20: Metropolitan -
"Problems of Local plan. _
ning, a look at the future CHAISE
beginning,Monday, __ NifIOM
6)) at Mlami-DadeJunlor transportation and zoning. \
(May
ChiM has 7.7.7 Redwood
College South, provides an opportunity May 27: Budget, planning, -t/k-JG8
rising cost of late, wide 28 U inch..at!
for interested citizens public service. O"'D
to hear discussions of June 3: Tax assessment

various phases of local government collection
and ask questions of June 10: Zoning and urban THE
renewal.
the experts. WESTERNER
June 17: Law enforcement ,
Classes will meet each .. "DELUXE"
Monday from 7:30 to 9:45 p.m. one system for Dade County
for consecutive weeks, June 24: Judicial systems, SOMETHING SPECIaL FOR MOMS!

Ossie i Bowen, of the M-DJC the Impact of the recent Supreme -
South faculty,is coordinator of Court.decision. Willow Ear STOOL
July 1: city Problems and \ i1f/lfT/rREE/\ .
the course. public works. Sift,1'
Speakers for the first session
Dan Paul and Bob Brake, period.July 8 Student: Question and answer Stop-!in MOM, ask fw FlU ORCHID c::= 184MbSttt
suggestions
will discuss the legal basis of comments on or. 7n N WMe' ytrtt' .In tie ifcre, reekf* Inr ,
local government, election of participation.Fee improving. community .w ONUS cm anuKAiti .

Metro commissioners and for the jlC BONUS CERTIFICATEI
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Community | for Mom's needed HOME-FIX-
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advantages and disadvantagesat first meeting in Room 2238,
the second, session, May 13. Learning Resources Center.
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I SUMMER READING AND STUDY u SKILLS PROGRAMS GREYEST PANELING VALUE EM!

The 6th Sum mer Readingand which may be encountered in
Study Skills Program for the future academic life of the
10th and 11th graders will begin student," Miss Speight said.
:
at Bethune-Cookmin Col- She also added,"We have pro 1i sierra
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and continue through August 2. basic skills,develop competence
The Skills program in co- broaden
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coordinator. Summer Study Program are 'L
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recognize and abserve sociological Science and Study Skills. 'I \ i

and psychological Miss Speight said, "this is an 1 1 ::1 Neii
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and to provide a variety of high school student to give a --.c-
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28 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday May_ )1OJ4.
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Spearing with........, -.. I. LETTERS to EDITOR' BROW ARD BREEII .:

.By R. LUTHER BRAYBOY, SR.

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.I Dear Editor: The shocking and depressing news disclosures over the past 01

week concerning the dire poverty In this land of plenty should thw1
Four years ago we very happily moved into lovely neighbor- wake both white and black Americans up to the chicanery and W
hood. After a all the whites were gone and the neighbor-
year nation's capitol.
HARRY SPEAR In our
I BY I double dealing that goes on h 1
hood was Negro. Our lovely neighborhood became an unsightly -
It is clustered with old broken W
place in less than two years.
situation lies in
That the responsibility for this WashingtonIs
MARLINS HOLDING THEIR OWN down cars, discarded appliances, furniture, paper and beer no secret. However,the men responsible are so high in statue ti01-

cans. and seniority that they go unchallenged and no pressure can 01P
.: heads ball. When they 01D
The Miami Marlins are playing up
well versed in the art
be brought on them since they are very
". "' lose a game, it's only by one or two runs. In other words they Fve heard all kinds of excuses for the Negro's conduct for
of each others back. To m point Jets Just
:: don't slaughtered.'Ibeyare y Lug to keep pace with,their example, he doesn't know any better. Why,Negroes have been scratching prove y D
I' of what is
parent team, the Baltimore Orioles, who are setting ,the cleaning for whites for years. Don't we learn by doing? The Isolate one case to give you a true picture Just goingon. h
has been lowest in the nation -
of
state always
The
: American League on fire with eight straight wins up until the Negro should be experts on caring for the home and yard. How Mississippi w
\; :: time my column goes to press. Last week I wrote the Marlins can they leave such cleanliness and beauty and live in such of the economic pole. The town of Marks, Mississippi is it
the Senator Eastland is the Senior
shame of the nation. Now
,< .' would be In first place when they arrived home. Well they did ugliness and filth. The Negro has money to pay the big over-
Senator from and the owner thousands of acresof
J not fail me.Let's hope they stay there. I am sorry to announce, charged downpayments on these houses he should also be able Mississippi, s'f1
farm land in his home state.
, I one of the most ardent baseball fans passed away Just recently. to pay the upkeep.I .

: He was E. R. Billings and always sat in the front row, seat I, a
Section 3. He occupied that same seat since the Sun Sox days. don't blame the white man for running when we come. Every- Now comes the marrow in the bone, Senator Eastland receives t

: The attendance is Improving daily, ten dates up to date 15,085 time I look down my street I feel like running too, but where $169,000 a year in subsidising payments from the Fed- f

compared to 1967 12,260. Yet there is still room for more can I runt! We've got to show the white man that we know how, eral Government through the Agriculture Departmentl Nowhow t.v.

as the Marlins are playing great ball. Although the batting too, to keep our own neighborhoods clean and until we do they much of this $169,000 a year finds its way to the tenant farmers t.h

averages are dropping somewhat,the pitchers are holding their aren't going to want us in theirs. who live on Senator Eastlands farms?You do not have to

%4 *" own. Rookie Greg Arnold has won his last two games Tony Why can't this newspaper, the Urban League, sororities, search out recordsor dig up statistics for the answer. The 11

, Sebastian has won his last two. The leading pitchers are Dick fraternities, EOPI, NAACP, Core, Mrs. Range, Model City tennant farmers and share cropers have been leaving the state a

Ii, Rhine 3-1, Bill Grimes 2-0, Marcelino Lopez(who is working Program start some Clean-up Neighborhood Projects? You of Mississippi by the thousands each year. And where do they f

; arm back in shape) is 2-1.Not bad pitching for the start of the could do a great service to this community.Don't let the white go? The great majority land in Chicago,and Detroit. And where f

season. I look for them to improve as they go along. man have tocorneupwithlawstomake us keep our own neigh- were the worse cases of rioting and looting?Chicago, and De C

Here are some of the players hitting over 300 or more. Moe borhoods clean and beautiful. troit. Then the finger of guilt for these sick situations can and v

Hill .324, Bill Ray .333, Vic Torruellas .307, and Lew Bealey should be pointed at Senator Eastland and those of his like who A

.306. We all know these players are looking forward to make Yours truly, are responsible directly or indirectly for the sad state of eco- c

,. 'f: the major leagues. It seems to me and a majority of the fans, Josephine Anderson nomics In Mississippi,Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana,Florida, a

; : that the Florida State League Umpires are holding them back and South and North Carolina. Senators and other politicans

\\( by their bad calls on balls and strikes and sometimes' the close are not the only big land owners who receive this kind of kick- 1 c]

: 4', plays on the base running where they could be called out or back money from the Federal Government through the Agri- f

( .f safe. This is what causes a rumpus,yet the umpire has the last culture Department. This is the peoples tax money. Yours and

; : ;' say. This weeks schedule, Friday, May 10 Marvins vs. Ft. My MotherMy and mine. So its about time this sleeping parasite was awakened h a

.'I I:, Lauderdale; Sunday, May 12 Monday, May 13, Marlins vs. and made to give an account of themselves to the public. y

(' //1 St. 14 and 15 Marlins vs.
Pete; Tuesday, Wednesday, May ,
I Mother is one who has always been Briefs s
: Lakeland. All games at 7:30 p.m. Except Sunday 6:30 p.m. from a long fingernail. . Mrs. Geneva Gilliam of
'\rf r Not Just a mother, but a dear true friend Opa-locka informs that, If no more, I do have one devoted 1f.1
She's kind and sweet and humble too
reader her
seven old
, ; : A GET WELL NOTE year daughter Gennesse, whose father
i t She's always happy and never blue. dares not come home on Thursday without The Miami Times. S
\
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1'I: I I Johnny Burns, a real good friend of mine and well known Thanks Gennesse, I think you are a living doll. And Buck is
She's always giving to someone in need r
dead
. he will return
t most any week now Just for Remem-
also ,
I throughout the boxing world, a former N. Yreferee con- you.
" ( Constantly showing her good seed. ber to pick up your Times at Cunninghams Marke in g
Shows
; nected with promoter Chris Dundee and Jackie Gleason Hyde
I ,,' Never looking for anything in return Park . You folks in
is in the heart institute in Miami Beach. Wish him a speedy Hallendale can now get your Times at
Thinking of others is her only concern. Smilin c
Brothers
, Market 1690S22nd
.: recovery and hope to see him out soon. Ave. inHollywood. That's a
thirty for this time til next time. Buy the Times.
My Mother is wise and full of knowledgeThe h
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
kind you can't get in any man's collegeShe --

I Another one of my old friends who have known since a has understanding, patience, and a very MIAMI TIMES ADS t

r young boy, Ben-Levene, formerly with theN eN York Post, the warm heart f
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I ,i oldest nqwspaper in the country, where he worked for over 50 .1 She. has long-suffering and tenderness which '1' -- _.;;::11_ '"-- C

I I years, celebrates his 72nd bIrthday this week,he was connected she can never part BRING RESULTS
I' with the New York Boxing Commission and Mayor of .
.
.
: Brownsville Brooklyn for 17 years. Makes his home here and She says a prayer with the rising of the sun '" e t. .. r. cl cs
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\ '" now active with Miami Beach Boxing Commission.Happy birth- That God may bless each and everyoneFor fJl

"(: day Ben. that's the secret to her sucess who want to attend the joint installation a

, Of giving to the world, her very best. Carver at the Carol City tI
I Post are asked to meet at the F

It. {; ZORA FOLLEY TO TEST AL JONES I won't take anything my mother you see Ranches Post home on Pembroke road S

J, Miami's most talked of heavy'welghtAlJoneswthnerof 22 For she's precious and priceless to meI Friday night for Information. tltl

I t straight including 14 knockouts makes the most important appearance would give anything, if I could only be Sunday, May 12, Post 8195 is
of his boxing career next Tuesday night at Miami One half the person my mother is to me. S News invited to attend Post 8182

,!, Beach Convention Hall when he meets Zora Folley, Chandler,, By Walter Bow.,I joint installation, 7:30p.m.atSouth P

Arizona. --:- Rose Mary Curtis ._ Dixie Highway, Pompano c
. Jones, a 6-6, 225-pound southpaw stylist will be meeting a
TO:: Mrs. Meddle P. Bannies, (my mother) The twin sisters Willie Bell Beach.
: boxer recognized as former champion cassius Clay's toughest 51V.
t, :, opponent. Folley did a creditable Job in the ring before Clay Saunders of Fort Lauderdaleand The Ladies' Auxiliary of

: stopped him in a 15-round title bout some 15 months ago. Annie Bell Watson Lake Post 8195 holds its meeting S0g
; Folley will the City, would like to thank their 01g
old
represent
master to Jones.He has
won The Miami Times Braves are in full swing under the coaching every Thursday night at the
: 74 of his 85 fights through 1967.The'venerable prd father and mother Rev.and
/ has won 40 of Chick. He said he would coach for the Timos because Post home on Pembroke Road. n,
: bouts by knockouts sine e he made his professional debut in Mrs. 0. W. Foster, for the Ladles who have a husband
had
"t. they a championship t o win. \\
1953. lovely
\ surprise birthday party
This year he started out with nineteen boys. He bad to cut brother, father, son or grand- f(
The bout will be on May 1, at their home 2771
consideredapick'emaffalr in father
most who has served
\\ quart- four of themleavingfifteen players.Seven of theboys are back overseacan
',- ers with Jones getting the edge as the and the NW 26th St., Ft. Lauderdale.Mrs. .
puncher
Folley join the VFW Ladies'Auxiliary
from last
nod year: The job was not easy at all. Because of some ltJ
the Watson
\ as pro's pro. likes to tha of
misplaced papers we lost our captain Harold Sampson. Thisyear's post 8195.
An all-star preliminary card! will precede the Jones-Folley surprise appearance at the
slugfest which gets under way at 8:30.: The Beach Convention I Turner.captainsarCalvin Lamp and co-captain is Johnny party. Again, fhey say thanksa The Charmettes Club will tJg I

1 Hall seats are scaled at $2 $3 $4 and million to everyone who have their Friday night party
$6 ringside. Jones and I
The Miami
Times will bring the news of the league and the
Folley are scheduled to helped make the at the VFW Post home. Come
squrs off In their 10-rounder at 10 evening so en-
p.m.DOG. boys will be asking for the community support. ,Look for the joyable. out and enjoy yourself.Plentyof 2'D'
baseball schedule of the Little League in the next edition of
\ refreshments. Music J and
RACES SATURbAY AFTERNOONThe the Miami Times. Call George Williams ((634-5644)) for fur- Comrades ofVFW Post 8195 games. 11F
ther information. 11o

first matinee program ever held at Biscayne Dog Trackis

slated for this Saturday, May 11, with 11-race card start- ANNUAL MUSICAL
ing at 1:30.:
PROGRAM MAY 16 I
The aternoon session, first of 17 toberun every Saturday,

is in conjunction with theregulareveningprogramof 12 races Thursday, May 16, at
which start at 8 p.m. 8:15 the Booker T. Washington (

Weather will be no problem this season since Biscayne has Junior High School Instru- ,

completely glass-enclosed and air-conditioned its clubhouse. mental Music Department will

The greyhounds, too, will be comfortable in their air-con- present it's annual musical J,

ditioned lockout kennels and a swimming pool has been con- program in the BTW Auditorium ,
structed to cool them off aftertheir races. ,

Just as on the evening programs, all wagering systems will The program will consist of : IAJFATPEEtS.JI

be available for the matinees with the Big Q to be held on the the Tornado Concert Band,the ;

10th and 11th events, instead of the llth and 12th as it is at Tornado Beginners Band, a I 'I rJ tt

night. musical skit insongand drama

V The 1968 Biscayne meeting, which got off to a good start last and an outstanding guest artist t

: : Saturday, will run through Sept. 2nd. attraction. The programIs [ I 1I
designed to salute the 9th

graders and their parents.

:' LITTLE LEAGUE SEASON STARTS Bandmaster Timothy O. k'"';;: dli ..............,...., .,................ .. .jd
/ (
:.. -' Savage says, "the adolescentboy .
March 27 marked the beginning of the second year of the MIami J
and girl too often drift into JI
.. Central Baseball Little League. JJ
the pitfalls of harmful
,,.. The coaches and managers met at the YMCA iwht the new gangac- J
tlvities, because of a lack in
players, and elected to meet the following Saturday at Manor constructive character- S

Park for coaching and try-outs. developing opportunities."


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you can't be involved In get .us Tuesday evening, May 14, dim
ting hundreds of student rec- for Parent Information Night, ,
finishingthe sponsored the ti
ords uptodateand by Teacher yc
school year In proper style Corps! "
wlile pecking away at a typewriter. Two Dorseyites at this time
So those of you who deserve. special mention for
have missed us the past few joining the Job Corps. Michael
weeks, we appreciate your pa Johnson has been stationed in
tience. Just believe one thing: Camp Atterbury, Indiana, and
one heck of a lot of water has has won some awards and cer-
passed under the bridge at tificates already He has been
Dorsey since you last read the there since March, and need- I
Dorsey news. Many big things less to say, we are all proudof
have happened. We 'hope they him! Willie Holmes was just I
will affect the lives Dorsey- admitted into the Job Corps
ites for the better! last week and was seen flying I
Let's start at the back of the away on a Delta jetliner to the .., .."'...,,. ," "
school and work our way to the fornia, where he will begin his TJ.ITI :: '.\J',.:<'::;,; / ,
Congratulationsare \ : ,.t' X f :
front office. Job Corps career. Congratu- ,' '' '
due to Mrs., Ruth Walkes, lations to them both! .: Dorsey cafeteria manager. Color Day was held Wednes- ,
Featured In the past in the Na- day, and it did us all proud to
tional journal for Food Ser- ,see so many Dorseyites show
vice for her achievements,she ing their school spirit by I
has just been appointed chair- wearing Blue and Gold. .. .. ''I
of food service managers, !;I ;:.J
man Report cards were distri- it.
assistants for the state of 0 r
and buted last week.We are now on ...
Florida by the Florida School "the last roundup." All true
Food Service Association. Dorseyites will cooperate in \...
Over 1,500 attended the convention finishing the year by attendingall J 1
he 1 d In Jacksonville, classes and honoring their ; l 1.1
April 18-21. Next year the 'teachers by"giving them the i r
convention will be held in MI- respect they deserve. I
ami Beach. "An Evening In May"dance I
In addition, the local asso- for 8th and 9th graders z#,f ""
spanI
I
ciatin awarded certificates to sored by the Student s+if s

these cafeteria assistantsfrom .Wednesday evening and featuring (1)) That Is not a large student in the background, just a great Cola while Jumbo marches around In the elephant quarters.
Dorsey last Friday night a live band was a huge big teddy bear, or would you believe Grizzly I Science club Who said that Dorsey kids don't go on field trips?
at Coral Gables Sr.High.They success. members are shown here at the Must em of Natural History. (4) County Champions' in Softball] Left to right: Mrs. F.
have a proud rcord of many (2)) Science Club members are shown on the Crandon park Futch, coach, Gloria Noble,Joann Sharp,Alvera Holmes. Ver-
years of loyal service at Dor- -"'-: ;:' beach cooling off before they load up busses and head backto onica Ward, Carnetta Morley, Yvonne Williams. Second row:
sey: Mrs Lucille Richardson, Dorsey. They have been exposed to many field trip adven- Delores Thompson, Geneva; Lyons, Carolyn Sum lI1erset,
19 years; Mrs. Estella Peter tures this year. row: Brenda Hart, Norma Phillips, Queen Kinsey, and Pa-
son, 15 years; Mrs. Roberta (3)) One more time!Science club members take a sip of Coca tricia Pratt.
Smith 7 years; Mrs. Mildred
Kennedy 7 years; Mrs. Lu- WIN OPTIMIST ORATORY CONTEST
retha 5 Come To The Job Opportunity
Jones Con-
years. Reginald Whitehead, 14540 Educator Jerome Taft, West I
gratulations. Polk St., Miami, was the win- Miami Councilman; and Jour-
cation F r b m the Physical latest Edu- ner of the annual Coral Gables nalist Harold Berglda. Club Fair Saturday May 18
Department our Optimist Boy's Oratory Con- President is Joe Teitelbaumand
achievement: Dorsey girls test held at the Airliner Mo- President-Elect is Barry Miami Jackson Senior High Dade County At the same
have won the County Cham- tel, T..h ur sday,Apr 1125th, Liebowitz.Winner of 2nd place School will be where the actionIs time, businessmen will be
pionship in Softball. The vic- Whitehead, a student at Rich- was Anthony Blakely of 15040 on May 18, from 10:30a.m.to happy to discuss with you what ."
tory resulted in the Dorsey defeat mond Heights Jr. High School Harrison St., Miami and 3rd 6 p.m. The Job OpportunityFair It takes to work for their
of North Miami, Jr. High will now advance to the Zone place went to Michael Hepburnof will give you the chanceto firms. Imagibe, all, these
65. Please see our picture! Contest according to Oratory 14661 Polk Street.. find a way to get a job- or; counselors and businessmenin
Dorsey boys, "B" Class, Chairman Ainslee R. Ferdie. how to find a better Job than you one place at one time.
continue with our winnings Judges forthls year's Coral now have. The Equal Employ- Don't miss this chance to
t r ea k by defeating Charles Mrs. Ruth Walker,cafeteria Gables Optimist contest were: COMING SOONII!! ment Opportunity Task ForceIs help yourself toabet ter future -
Drew 6-5, Palm Springs 6-1, manager at Dorsey, was recently Circuit JudgeRayNathan; sponsoring this all day Tell your friends and
elected chairman of the 'MOD SPRING FLING'Sponsored
and Miami Springs 6-5 towin
event. neighbors about the Job Opportunity -
the Zone 4 Championship last food service managers and as- the problems of our teenagerand by JESCA Fair. The addressof
sistants for the state of Florida -
Friday. it Is obvious that Dor- ways in which we can solve At the Fair, counse lors Miami Jackson Senior High
the Florida School Food Tuesday, May 21 at 8 p.m.
sey is maintaining the reputa- by some of or family problems.This from Florida State Employment School is 1751 NW 36th st ..
tion of being No. One in the nation Service Association. She has program is a must for Northwestern Auditorium Service, the Dade County busses from all over Dade:
mentioned in articles and
been you. Please come. Schools, and other agencies County lead right to the school.
Results of the Presidential in professional journals over will be on hand to answer all Make a trip out on Saturday,
Physical Fitness tests will be the years. your questions about the work May 18 . you'll be glad that
complete next week,and we PARENTS INFORMATIONNIGHT you'd like to doand, tell you you did! Job Opportunity Fair
should not be too surprised to BrD about training available in a happening!
win this national award sec- AT DORSEYThe .

ond time in a row. Teacher Core Team and
Last month, a Dorsey 7th a group of parents met at Dor
grader Lary Brinson, set a sey Jr. High, Tuesday night,
new county record in Shot Put May 3, to hear the timely discussion -
with a tremendous toss of 57 led by Mr. Gillott of f Z
feet 7 inches. CongratulationsLarry Washington Savings and Loan

!. Association.Mr. L Gtiod ..
Meanwhile, field trips con- Gillott shared with par- '1tL r
tinued at Dorsey. Evangeline ents, information: that will help fI f'" t 4
Kilpatrick, a seventh grader, them become aware of Mr. Grady King, science teacher leads a discussion between A
gives this report: methods of managing their film strips for ninth grade science students.They all participated ' i
"On the SaturdayofAprll money more effectively He In a ten dayunit In Civil Defense,stressing personal and :ComeSEAFOO: l
20, a group of children from gave the following! sugges- family survival.
Dorsey Jr. High School visited tions:
the Museum of Science and the for
((1) Always shop bargainsin I
-
Planetarium Their chaperones all are a s (food, clothing, / $ ..
were Mrs. Williams and furniture, etc.) Buy wholesale UARANT 'r5YE
Mrs. Dennis. whenever possible. AR / / / /

Mr. Bethel, and Mr. Mott: (2) Make it a habit to savea

At the museum, they saw certain percent of your earn- ri C PORT . / /
some very interesting things. ings, no matter how small the
One of the most interesting income.
was ((3) Shop for good life insur-
an exhibit of the Bell Telephone AYIOArKAM
and how it connects you ance. Do not accept any without ,YrOrK w.r.roger M. 1
with people all around the! knowing about its benefits. '
world (4)) Protect your credit rat- DOES EVERYTHING! 1

At the Planetarium, they ing by paying your bills on time :. R.und LrwAN,_ .w '
saw a movie on UFO's(uniden- (5) Borrow on Insurance Sews ii Zippers, s.abt

tified flying object's). It also policy, or from commercial BstUni, Snaps, 'i:rHssks.
showed how meteors burst in banks If you need financial Cmlriiders,
the skies and how people have help. The Interest rate Is much ZiZit, Bans sad 1.1t1' I B
reported them many times as cheaper than that of s m.1111oan QuiltS Will ajlCictui ri i 50
being companies. ipj{ $
UFO's.After attachment.EAST h;
to
When you are ready ,
(6)
they left the Museum
and the Planetarium, the visit- mike an Investment, Invest' TERMS AC or DC 635-4794 t
ed Crandon Park Zoo and first in a horns. ABBEY DOMESTIC 1
Live within your income. ((3982 NW 27th Are. Call Now 1I
Beach. There they had a won- (7)) 625-1261
of
Roberts
Ale t h a I
derful time Then, at about 5 MrS. '
p.m, they returned back to Family Service Bureauwillbeour 1 ,
school." Another report was next speaker, on May 14. HOME DEMONSTRATION David Cobb Does I IDORSEY
also written by HarolynStorr. She will lead the discussion on I NO OBLIGATION IF >OU DO NOT 1UY II It I

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f' 30 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 10, 1968

Stronger Support Sought For Negro CollegesA


"II' '. drive has been launchedby the United States with an enroll The association said that It further stated that Negro
the National Association of men t of approximately parents of students attending public colleges need extra
I :; I"1 State Universities and Land 90000., A spokesman said the funds from private sources to
about one- public Negro colleges have an enable them to undertake pro-
'. Grant Colleges for more pri- figure represents
/'","-,.\ vate financial support for pre- third of Negro students in average annual income of$3- jects which are not possible to
., :.'.,) dominantly Negro colleges.Corporations higher education in this coun- 300, compared to the national finance through state funds and
other sources of income.
try. median of $9,500.
\
and other
'"

." sources especially of called(ililanthroPty on to provide were North Central District School Report Monday I IThe

II massive upsurge" to support

r'I these colleges. District Advisory Com open meeting to the public and represented at this meeting.it

I ',:: "Despite their many contri- mittee of the North Central to the press. is important that community, I
; said an District will present their oral parent and teacher represen-
butions to society,
! ( ;'.; : t tI to extended to be .
, f ..' t j' associations spokesman, report the Dade County An invitation is tatives there.STORES
.
.
." Board of Public Instruction at members
I: ,.. "these institutions are the those community ,
f i" 'f';<' ;<; forgotten colleges when it 8 p.m. Monday, May 13, lathe parents and teachers who FOR RENT
",J comes to private support." Madison Junior High School served in the presentation of
'\ ..: CHRISTIAN HOSPITAL GETS BANK STOCK auditorium. This will be an the school-needs report and/ EDISON CENTER
The association stated that or who met with te District
,, Mr. Leonard Usina, board chairman of the People's public Negro colleges derive FOR SALE Advisory Committee when Large double & single

Croup of National Banks, has donated ten shares of stock less than one per cent of their 3 bedroom, 2 ,bath, gar- they visited the school to attend stores. Suitable for
:'i' to the Christian Hospital. Mr. Usina has shown keen interest total income from private this reporting session.All professional or busi-
I e in the hospital at 4700 NW 32nd Ave. Acceptingthe sources and pointed out that age. community persons are invited ness. Reasonable rent.
'stock certificate Col./ Claude Clark, hospital they are not included lathe 1809 NW 41st Street to attend this meeting if
NW 7th Ave. & 63rd &
w board chairman, and WinFred Dorsett, an employee of United Negro College Fund. 7195 NW 15th Court they feel they would be inter-
: the Peoples Group and a member of the hospital board of Presently, there are 35 pre- Buy Like Rent ested in this presentation. 64th St. Busy location.

t';. trustees. Glamour photo by Curtis Solomon. dominantly Negro four-year JE 8-1340 Near shopping center.
colleges and universities in Following the report of the Parking.
.ir community to the Board reco-

,, :, 6 County Officers Attend mmendations and comments Telephone Mr. Rubin
" ":'. '. .HL'.I' will be invited from those in
,( f1 JE 2-5190
t I
: the audience. Each school center I
l Community Relations Institute REALTYIROKER within the district will be (M17))


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,jl''I" Iw PRESTIGE HOME

I OPEN 7 DAYS :\,
: FOR PROFESSIONAL OR EXECUTIVE
:
13 Luxurious 3 bedroom 2 bath circular drive
,
; NO QUALIFYING $800 DOWN MOVE IN!

:... Pretty corner house, aluminum siding, awnings, patio, fenced, washer dryer, disposal.

t" I a l o u s I e windows, stove, refrlg. Price only $22,900.
$6,000 with $800 down and $75 month.
I. SPITZER REALTY, REALTORS
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(,' 759-8741 8201 BISCAYNE BLVD.
NEW AREA, OPA-LOCKA

,t"f f: Like new, 3 bedroom CBS, awnings, {jalousie
II' windows, gas wall heater, terrazzo floors, stove,
.,' refrigerator, washing machine. Bargain at $13/000 "
FHA with $400 down and $80.82 month. (Our
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number is 6243666. .
Opa-locka )
\ ((1)) 2397 NW 96th St. Duplex. CBS, $500
Mr. Frank jMagrath Re- tional Institute on Police and
down $117 all.
gional Director, Florida Region Community Relations since it SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS pays

\, National Conference of was established and has lec- Pretty 3 bedroom CBS, Jalousie win
new area.
((2)) 900 NW 46th St. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla
Christians and Jews,this week tured before the Institute on dows, carport, terrazzo floors, spotless inside
presented scholarships to numerous occasions. and out. Bargain I at $12,000, $400 down and room, $600 down, $130 pays all.
;
Public Safety Department Of- $74.41 month, FHA. Near school, shopping .
etc..ai..r
ficers Rollie T. Biggs, Bobby Officers Biggs, Spencer, ((3)) 3010 NW 10th Ave. Up and down Dup-

I T. SpAn c e r, Joseph: B.Vail, Vail and Willey have been assigned ' lex. $800 down, $110 month. No qualifying.
and Marvin L. Wiley, to attend as the Department's'Community .f SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

,, tional the Founteenth Institute on AnnualNa-police and are working Service full-time Officersand In Modern windows CBS duplejc,2, tile roof bedrooms, terrazzo each floors fide,, jalousie gas- ((4)) 1420 NW 37th St. 2 bedroom, CBS, Fla

| Community Relations which is the community.This heat, sprinkler system, pretty patio, on NW 96th room and garage. $350 down, $110 pays all.

,, held at Michigan State University Is the second that St. and 23rd Ave. FHA bargain at $17,000 with
'
t East Lansing Michi- year ((5)) 3261 NW 48th Terr. 2 bedroom, 2 bath,
$700 down and $104.55 month. Live rent free.
the department has been for-
19-24. CBS, $300 down, $89 sail.
\ gan May pay
1 tunate to be able to send per-
Captain and
Roy Longbottom sonnel to this fine Institute. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
,
} Richard McFarland will also
: attend the week long institute Last year Captain Leo R. Modern 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, new area. Jalou- FORD REALTYINC. Broker
Joffre Commander of the
,
' sie windowsterrazzo floorswall to wall
/ along with approximately 400 carpet- 3639 NW 15th Ave. 635-4595
Central District and
other policemen from across Sergeant ing, patio and barbeque, fenced yard, FHA price
,, the nation. Larry Vardell attended. $13,500, $450 down and $83.71 month. (Our Opa-

This Institute is sponsoredby Shown in picture are: Back locka number is 624-3666)).
the National Center on Police left to Officers
row, right,
"
and Community Relations, Spencer and Biggs, and Mr. ", .,SELLER, PAYS ALL'C.L .COSTS";t:1..i: CARLTON REALTYBroker

School of Police Administration Magrath. Front row, left to ,,Pretty CBS ,duplex, In Allapattah atP3 !3d.st?Near:; ,
and Public Safety Collegeof right, Director Purdy,Officer "*: NW'10th', : Ave, Jalousie wlndowterra'zzo' floors, ( )

Social Science and the Con- Vail, Captain McFarland, ,"two :,stoves, refrigerators* Bargain' 'at$12,900,> 3074 NW 79 STREET
\ tinuing Education Service of Captain Long Bottom, and tiFHA, ..$400 down, $$80.18 month I and .seller payst
; .
: ;
!
State '
Michigan Universitywith Chief H. W. Barney. 693-4772 Answer CALL
the cooperation of the National {'oil, Closing,ct'h, , " :, .." .. ;....' .1 >
Conference of Chris- Rollie T. Biggs, only Negroin 2 BDRMS, 1 BATH, LR, Din area, K,
tians and Jews.Director the group has Just been NEW AREA NORTH MIAMI BEACH $11,000, $350 down, $68.31 monthly.

E. Wilson Purdy married and was on honeymoon Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath beauty, tile roof, DUPLEX, FHA-CBSt I BDRM, I BATH, eo, side.
\ has been a member of the when the picture was jalousie windows, appliances, freshly pointed Extra lot-room to 'build another duplex. NO

Advisory Council of the Na- made. inside and out. Home is on 150th St. near NE closing costs. $13,500, $450 down, $92.66 mo.
15th Ave. FHA price $14,000, $450 down and
Man $86.91 month. Vacant, we have keys!II NO QUALIFYING
Charged In Fire ., 2 BDRM 1 BATH, CBS, tile rf, cpt, adorable.
I "' :;;;WE HAVE 'MANY'MORE'H: M S'=-= \' ", $10,900, $750 down, $85 month pays all.

That Killed 8A '.'"YOU'CAN'BUY ANY OF OUR FHAHOMESFOR ''.: 3 BDRM, I BATH CBS, tile rf, beautiful neigh
', $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING ,:\' borhood.$12,4 03>, down$110borhood.$12,400IOOO

murder charge was filed were seven Negroes and. one '1: DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY11REALTY' ,' down$100 mo. pays all.

Monday in Fort Worth,Texas, white. 3 BDRM, I BATH CBS tile rf, garage, Don't
against a 27-year-old man in waltll!!
$12,500, $800 down, $110 mo. pays all.
connection with the gasoline- "There are absolutely no
started fire that killed eight racial overtones to the fire," HOME OR INCOME OR BOTH. TWO 2 bdrm, 1
persons Sunday night.A said Police Chief Cato High- bath, CBS HOUSES On one large lot. $200 mo.
tower "It looks like revengeor BROKER income. $13,500, $1500 down, $125 month.

warrant was issued by a retaliatory act." WATERFRONT 3 bdrm 1
bath on lot 72x150.
Justice of the Peace W. W. 4932 NW 7th Ave. $11,000, $1500 down, $100 mo. all.
Matthew for the arrest of Investigators dismissed the I ,, pays
Freddie Lee McKenzie. idea that a Negro started the PL 9-4371 MAGNIFICENT, SPACIOUS,3 bdrm, 1 bath, CBS,
blaze because he was asked to .> ,>, tile rf, terr flrsgar.$17,500$1500down$125 mo.
'"
r leave the club after a distur-
.
I,. j Investigators flatly dismis- bance with a waitress". They : 16000 NW 27 Ave Jf \/ * * * * * * I

I ed ace as a factor in the fire have turned their attention to ' JUNE IN TO JON CARLTON in the Real Estate !

that witnesses said was delib- two men who reportedly bought f .. ,. 624-3666 ' ,, f Corner, WMBM 1490 KC, Friday 3:00 p.m. and f
.. erately set at an Integrated a can of gasoline minutes before I: ;. JDpen .Evenings, ,... und s"'.;\';" ; hI', 9:00 p.m. Get Real Estate information and call I II
night club. The victims the fire. ff &Su.*'.'sr'.',;v,'x,'\:..".- ,'.,".,.'".'jpjiSs( to see the homes.



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 10, 1968 31 s.
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FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT

CLASSIFIED ADS 3 BEDROOM BEAUTY 135 NW 40th STREET Room. Settle Christian lady

Like new CBS, large rooms, FHA terms $14,300 with $450 with pension by the month.Can

tile roof, beautiful oak floors, down 2 bedroom CBS garage be seen from 10 to 1:30 p.m.
15 WORDS OR LESS $1.50. 5C FOR EACH 5555 NW 7th Avenue
ADDITIONAL WORD huge kitchen, a real home see; Fla. room. Call for appoint-

t DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P.M. t 1840 NW 46th Street.Call own- ment to see payments $112.00
er 6932631.By a month. A.Ben-Kori, Realtor Lib City area 2 new duplexes.

FOR SALENo __ FOR SALE FOR SALE call anytime 759-2425. One with Fla. room. References -

closing cost, modern CBS FHA owner 3 bedroom CBS gar- Deposit.691-0789 after
$400 down
duplex, 1 bedroom, 1 bath NEWLY $8e48 month. 3 BEDROOM 3 BATH' age, wall to wall carpet, air- 5p.m.
DECORATED 2 bed-
each. FHA $450 down $95 FHA terms total price$15,500 conditioned, bedrooms newly FHA $400 down $77.61 month
month. Drive by 4727 NW 15th Seller room CBS East of expressway. with only $500 down, CBS, you painted inside and out.$16,500 2 bedroom CBS, Fla. room 93 Lovely small house. Adults

Ct., for inspection phone 666- TUBIN pays all closing costs. will not believe how large and 10% down, 1050 NW 90 St. St. area. TUBIN Realtors 7906 only $20 week.Will sell cheap.

0411. Atlantic and Pacific Ave. Realtors. 7906NW7th lovely this home is. Do you Drive by then call 693-0865. NW 7th Ave. Ph. 691-4785 NE 5-5566.
Ph. 691-4785.
Realtors. have a very large family,well (Indef.)

this is it. i first time offered Furnished room in waterfront
NO QUALIFYING. 3 bedroom LEGAL NOTICEIn
No qualifying move right in 2 bath must be seen at once it won't ATTENTION I 111 1 1 Expresswayand home. Private entrance. Air
CBS. $1,000 down and
immaculate 2 bedroom bath last, near schools busses Urban Renewal People!AU conditioned. 1 and last week in
move right in. TUBIN Realtors Ben-Kori the Supreme Court of the
,
in location. A.
close
We have advance 696-2240.
cash sev-
enclosed sleeping porch, car- buyers Single
7906 NW 7th Ave. Phone Bahama Islands Equity Side
Realtor 612 NW 60th St. Call
port tile roof, hardwood floor, 691-4785. eral excellent purchases for No. 20 of 1968 person only
nicely furnished tool $1600 anytime 759-2425. you nice clean homes call

down $110 month pays everything us for locations and' our representative
3 bedroom CBS, carport,util- QUALIFYINGTotal noticeIN HELP WANTED
On NW 32nd St.near 13th ity room, large lot. Choice 87 will be glad to take THE MATTER OF ALL that
Ave. Atlantic and Pacific furnishedmove you out to show you them.Fen- Combination Truck Mechanicand
St. location. FHA$12,500$400 price $8,900 tract of land containing Six I
Realtors 666-0411. down $77.61 month.TUBIN right in$80 a month pays ster Realty 759-8779. hundred and Sixty-one and Paint and Body Man.

Realtors, 7906 NW7thAve. all, small downpayment stove Forty-three hundredths Permanent position, liberal
Investors' paradise 4 units Ph. 691-4785. and refrigerator,this is a good Beauty shop for sale, plus 2 ((661.43) acres situated about benefits good starting pays
rental units for
modern furnished apartments. buy. A. B e n- Karl, Realtor good income. 5 miles East-north-east of Prefer applicants with established -

$18,000, only $2,000 down income Duplex 175 NW 68th St. FHA call anytime 7592425. New area perfect location, ex- Landrail Point Settlement on residency Permanent

$320 month, payment $600 down modern CBS, tile -_ cellent large lot, plenty of Crooked Island and bounded resident of this area. Good

$140 month. Gross profit$180per roof, hard-wood floors Tubin NO QUALIFYING parking space.: Drive by cali.us 1778 Northeastwardly by vacant work references rquired.For .
NW 95th
Street. Then
month. No qualifying, Realtors, 7906 NW7thAve.Ph. Total price $13,200 asking Crown Land and running interview appointment
for all
seller take back 1 mortgage at 691-4785. $1,800 down make offer, only information Fenster thereon Six thousand One hun- call:
low interest of 6%. Atlantic & $95 month pays all,wall to wall Realty (Broker) 759-8779. dred and Ninety-three and SEALTEST FOODS

pacific Realtors 666-0411. 21-23 NW 52nd St. Noquali- carpet move right in, CBS 2 Eightyeight(6193.88)feetEastwardly 17707 NW Miami Court

fying fantastic investment,2 bedroom stove refrigerator.A. Near Fla. Memorial college. partly by a tract of 6250411An

No qualifying move rfght In houses on one lot. zoned R3. Ben-o r i, Realtor, call Large beautiful omft. By owner land originally granted to equal opportunity employerMay

modern CBS 2 bedroom bath, total price$9,000$500 down, anytime 7592425.NO No qualifying..$1,000 down Thomas Dalton and running ( 10))
9496992. (Indef.)
Florida room, carport tile $85 monthly, live rent free let thereon Two thousand Four

roof, hardwood floor. Close In property pay for itself Act QUALIFYING hundred and Nine(2409.00)feet
Room in private home.Settled ADVENTURE' HOI! Barefoot
town location. EZ down$94 quickly] Aetna RealtyBroker) 3 bedroom furnished need$1- working woman.Call 696-2198 and partly by Vacant shipmates wanted to share un-
month, Atlantic and Pacific 811 NW 54th St. Ph. 757-5724 300 down total price $9,500 Crown Land and running forgettable
summer vacation
after 7
p.m. Anytime Saturdayand
Realtors 666-0411. Open 7 days. good clean property worth thereon Six hundred and Sixty- aboard 45'
10)) island-hopping
Sunday. (May
while seeing A. Ben-Kori
seven and Twenty hundredths
sailing yacht. Interracial all
LOW DOWN PAYMENT 2120 NW 98th St. No quali- Realtor call a anytime759-2425 (667.20) feet partly by a salt ages. 443-1032. ,

4 bedroom. 1 1/2 bath,ter- fying 3 bedroom 1 bath $500 FOR RENT pond and running thereon Two
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floors extra large 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH CBS
razzo down, all CBS, airconditioned thousand Three hundred and
living room, kitchen, refrigerator fenced yard, E-Z monthly Our best buy-would you be- New buildingefficiency Thirty-six and Eighty-seven MANAGER

stove and oven, terms. Be first! Aetna Realty lieve a 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS beautiful area adults $90,00 hundredths (2336.87) feet and Opportunity in corporation

city water, tile roof. Just redecorated (Broker), 811 NW 54th St., Ph. carport, large eatin kitchen, monthly 'unfurnished Fen- partly by a tract of land ori- opening branches in Browns-

1530NE 151st Ter. 757-5724, open 7 days. cedar lined walkin closets, ster Realty, 759-8779. ginally granted to James Ar m- ville area. Position requires
phone: 691-5585. hardwood floors, floor furnaceall brister andrunnung thereon aggressive individual able to
tile baths for only $115 a work with little direction all
2250 two bedroom Four thousand Two hundredand on
NW 86th Terrace No New CBS apartment -
2027 NW 100thSTREET qualifying 2 bedroom, 1 bath month pays all and only $15- 765 NW 69th Street, ap- Twenty-four(4224.00)feet aspects of program develop-

FHA BUY! Florida room, tile roof, air- 000 FHA terms only$450 down ply at 775 Free water and and Northwestwardly b y a ment, and who seeks opportunity -
$250 DOWN-$82 MONTH conditioned, total $12,500 vets'and 221 only $100 down.A. gas. Adults preferred. tract of land Six thousand and and responsibility. Mini-

Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS, tile $500 down, E-Z monthly Ben-Kori, Realtor call any Seventy-two (6072.00)) feet. mum one year managerial ex-

roof $11,500 total. Call now! terms, don't get left on this time 759-2425.. Nice clean working lady'to TO; Merlene Coakley Ferguson perience desirable. Salary

Spitzer Realty, Realtor, 759- one. Aetna Realty (Broker), share home with same 691- the wife if any, of Fred competitive and commen-
1360 NW 88th St. 3 bedroom surate with experience. Send
8741. 811 NW 54th St., Ph.757-5724 3201. Ferguson, Julian Moss and
Open 7 days. 2baths on 7 5 x 1001ot.Fenced Eleasher Ann Moss o r their resume in confidence to P. O.

$ TOTAL in back yard, carport, Fla. Nice room for a working man, heirs or assigns. Box 663, Biscayne Annex, Mi-

8371 NW 19th AVENUE 91 NW 67th Street CBS No room, built in oven rangeplus 5520 NW 15th Avenue. Colyn L. Rees Limited the ami, Fla., 33152. An equal op-

Spacious 2 bedroom home 12x qualifying 2 bedroom. bath many other nice features- "A Petitioner in this matter portunity employer.

24 ft.lot, Florida room.Neat wall to wall carpeting, ar- large homo for large family" House. CBS, large rooms, claims to be the owner in fee
and clean Inside and out. Mort- port air-conditioned total FHA approved $17,500 $400 woodfloors, good area. See simple of the said tract of land Single need operators. Spec-
,
only $75 month. Spitzer down payment to Veterans. and has made to the ial blind stitch operators.Call
gage $12,700 $500 down, E-Z 1143 NW 37th St.Call 665-5126 application

Realty, Realtor, 759-8741. monthly payments. this house Regular_AL___ fA down payment _to_ Supreme Court of the Bahama 373-2164.
UUIt: ::i. Don-i [hiss: this: one: VII
under Section 3 of the
Islands
will go fast, see today! Aetna Room. Nice working reliableman.
MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th excellent deal -- call at once 757-4149. Quieting Titles Act 1959 to MISCELLANEOUSLOST
to show or drive by Sunday.
'FOR PROFESSIONALSA St. Ph. 757-5724. Open days. have its title to the said land
lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Open 1 5 Fenster Realty 7 59- 1833 NW 88th Street Furnished Investigated and the natureand

CBS home with 2 Florida 600-602 NW 69th Street CBS 8779. rooms, cooking privileges. extent thereof determinedand 5 month old black miniture

rooms, large garage with duplex, 2 bedrooms each side, with Men preferred. 696-3703. declared in the Certificate snoozer. Lost in SW vicinity.
workshop, laundry room,floor gorgeous corner lot, FHA FHA-2 bedroom CBS of Title to be granted by the Contact 2232360.Don' .
furnace, Stonex tile floors, value $16,700 $700 down,No large screened in porch 1 bedroom unfurnished apart- Court in accordance with the
down to Vet-
sprinkler system. Large closing costs $103. monthly, $10,500$100 ment. Call 754-0977. provisions of the Act.
erans call us on this one as put off making your Will.
corner lot. Owner willing to Copies of the plan filed
to
live in one, rent one, move --
For will form instruction
Fenster plus
sell for only $18,500. FHA or daylll!!! Aetna Realty (Broker), it won' last long. Room for nice middle age lady herein may be inspected dur- $1.00 P. O. Box 181 Edison
7598779.
conventional terms.Very con- 811 NW 54th St., Ph 757-5724 Realty. in lovely home. Call 757-3862 ing the normal office hours at Center Miami Fla.
venient area. Edison Realty, 7 the following places: ,
days.
Open
"A beau- (M. 10)
8930 NW 9th Ave. -
Realtors, 751-2441. Furnished efficiency. Must (1) The Registry of the Supreme -
2 bedroom home in the
tiful
NO QUALIFYINGOR pay monthly. Utilities free. Court, Supreme Court
$350 DOWN FHA LOAN COSTS North shore area. FHA approved Also room $13.50 per week. Building, Public Square, in the Will do ironing in my home.

NO CLOSING COSTS 9000 NW 8th AVENUE $15,000,only$100 dowi I 754-0290. City of Nassau. $5 for average bundle. 633-

GOOD CLOSE IN LOCATION Lovely CBS wall to wall car- to Veterans. Regular down (2)) The Office of the Com- 4330. I

Lovely 3 bedroom CBS, Hurry, pets. Like brand new. Must see payment to others. Garage Beautiful room. $12 weekly. missioner at Crooked Island.
this will sell fast. Allapattah: to appreciate. Allapattah many beautiful> features- awn- 350 NW 6th Street. Phone 371- (3) The Chambers of E. REMODELINGRoom

Realty, Realtors, 633-0426. Realty, 633-0426. ings, stove and refrigerator,, 2019. Dawson Roberts & Co. in the additions remodeling
real nice 1
etc., andhomey.Call I
Out Island
Traders Building, alterations commercial *.
2 TVs. GE s 11m line console us for further information. Room for nfce middle age ladyin Bay and Mackey Streets,Nas- Industrial residential. FrecL

and philco portable.Work fine QUALIFYING! Fenster Realty 759-8779. lovely home. Call 757-3862 sau.NOTICE estimates Allied Builders
691-6133. is hereby given that 446-3288.
2485 NW 89th Terrace. Large UP AND DOWN
dower
Beautiful room. $12 weekly. any persons having or
BY OWNER large CBS with Fla. room.All DUPLEX bedroom, garageup 350 NW 6th St. Ph. 371-2019 right of dower or an adverse CHILD CARE'

6 UNITS-$13,000 rooms are spacious. $87 and down an unusual large claim or a claim not recognized Infants and toddlers. Best of.

$3,000 DOWN month pays all, convenient duplex with hardwood floors, Room for settle couple. No in the Petition shall on or care in my home. PL 8-9972 i

Splendid opportunity for work- down payment, we trade, porches a tremendous buy drinking. Can be seen from 10 before Saturday the 29th June

Ing couple. 758-4873. Gregor Realty, Broker, 887- only $18,500terms can be a.m. to 1:30 p.m. mornings. A.D., 1968 file in the Supreme CHILDCARE in my home. 633-
0403. arranged with a good down- 5555 NW 7th Avenue. Court in the City of Nassau aforesaid 4330.

BUSINESS PROPERTY payment call us to show you and serve on the Petitioner -

510 NW 54th St. Large store. this one, by appointment only. or the undersigned a
Room for a single man.Down- Infants an d toddlers. Best,ot
SPECIAL
Ideal for auto paintinggrocery 2 BEDROOM Fenster Realty 759-8779 statement of his or her claimin
town. Phone: FR 16882. Call care 10he home. 635-2893..
or shops. 2 offices plus 2 FHA terms total price$13,000 the prescribed from veri- .
four room apartments.Com- only $400 down Vet's only$100 !UIINVESTORS!! INVESTORSI!!! after 6 p.m. fied by an affidavit to be filed (Indef).

pletely furnished upstairs,air or 221 people $100 down,pay- We have several apartment: therewith. FAILURE of any

conditioned, parking lot in ments only $100 a month, this buildings. 5 unit apartments; Men only. 1430 NW 68 such person to file and servea .

rear. Easy terms.Owner 751- is it. 2 Fla. room, one very an 8 unit apartment; an 8 unit Street. statement of his or her claim
5171. large, beautiful kitchen with plus a 2 bedroom home plus on or before the 29th day of HELP YOU NEED? .
Furnished
the most wonderfulcabinet, others these are very good 1 bedroom apart: June, A.D., 1968 will operateas Just telephones

Teacher transferring selling very clean lots of yard space, investments for people with ment. Responsible adult. No A bar to such claim. a$ t 757- 827 :: '

3 bedroom 2 bath home.Large near busses and schools first cost investment -' call us to children. $18 weekly Includes This service (I. free
,
shaded lot near University of time offered don't wait. CBS show you some of these excel- lights, gas, water, waste re- E. DAWSON ROBERTS American Spiritual Church
Miami. Modest, down payment 2 bedrooms. A. Ben-Kori, lent purchases. Fenster Real- moval. 2221 NW 57th St. Call & COMPANY I Officct 1080 NW 54th St.MoY'7) .

assume mortgage of 5 3/4%. Realtor, call anytime 759- ty (Broker) 759-8779. between 12 and 2 Saturday. Attorneys for the Petitioner. I (

6001 SW 62nd Ave. 665-2881. 2425




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