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Title: Miami Times
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Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: May 17, 1968
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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i1lINU1JLJJf -------- F: ':it ii1iw isAisti Students '

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I Dade Countians would do well to listen to that; small i:1I ;;:

I group 'of;Negro students protesting' at the University of'j.I ., Demand Changes
I Miami.this week ,"' I :

The students--;members of a univerSity-approVed groUP ..1I :
I ca1IeQthe"Unite4B1ackStudents--stagedasuccessfulsit:::'!:
In at the ,office of the university's president Dr. Henry At U-M

King StanfordTbeypung.
i 'demanded the, universitypreseit! \
people I A group of University of Mi- The 12 men students arrested -
courses in blackhistory,culture, economics, government,'
iI ami students, all Negroes, were:
art and black-oriented,, ;; subjects. They'alsosald that{,*
rat :
I were arrested and charged Harold Long,Harold Fields,
least 200 black studetits should be attending the iHitvers-C with .
disorderly conduct and, William Johnson, Wayne
tty In September and In future tent'uf k
,years some 25,per :
: resisting arrest, Tuesday Thompson, Keith Jones,
the class should be black.
-- after they staged a sit-in in the Wilber Johnson, James
t KINSLER CLARENCE E. SMITH ; .balked at some of the demands,and that's,.when:, office of President Henry King Thompson, John Samuel,
the student, group of 12 men and women staged their;: Stanford. Reginald Burton, George

_ Two Negroes Win Coveted 'sit' -Tuesday morning.. ':'' ::'.. .. Helmeted Coral Gables police Battle, Wilbur Butler, and
These,' young people typify the (growing unrest of young dragged and carried out Lynwood Johnson. The two

'people throughout,thecountryTheyhavepresentedanew: 12 of the students who refused girls were also charged but i not
I Silver Knights ';lead follow for 'pur community, One which we would dp well to, t to leave. Two other female jailed. They were: Velveta

students left the presidents of- Turner an Jackie Hawkins.
Two Dade Negroes have study the University \J-TIe? Dade community needs to sit up and take notice of voluntarily when they The students -- all members -
earnered the coveted Silver of MiaminextSeptem- what these young people, are asking for-Though many' Black stu-
of the United
told the to do
were by men so.
!i Knight 'Award for outstanding ber. might criticize the men and women of the UBS for their dents a university-sanctioned
i achievement throughout their Clarence has served as an sit-In and lack of patience we must commend their ef The 12 men students were organization, -- demanded the

. high school careers. entertainer and volunteer fort. booked at Coral Gables jail, university meet certain condi-
' at Children's Many of the demands have seemed absurd or meaningless but were later released Tuesday -
:. David Kinsler, 18, a senior worker Variety may , tions of the group Including a
r.{ at Miami Jackson: Senior High Hospital, Red Cross, March of;. to many, but not to us.. For what they are really night in their own recognizance quota of Negro admissions
School and Clarence E.Smith, Dimes and other charities.He asking for is a'black awareness at the university and in when they promisednot
F': ... 16, a senior at Miami Senior has received "best' speakerand the community. to stage another sit-in. continued on page 18
High School.were cited as the actor ratings In statewide They are not satisfied with the traditional answer that
.. L t best in Dade County in theirI drama festivals and playing ".it'takes time.1 They should not be..They are not content
respective fields of speech and leading roles in all manner of to wait, wait, and wait some more. Rather, this Gave All
drama. dramas at Miami High. '' younger generation willing to fight and go to jail for King ; ,"
David has been a prize-win I ,what they believe In..They wantactionnow, ,'not later, and
His school honors include .
we must agree.- \u 't|
Ding debater at Jackson for ;
selection as one of 10 outstanding.youngmen 4Uurleg; 'the: ,'many students from college"carai S
.1' several years. President the summer ,
hisschool's chapterof the Na- by National ,;:1* #re ro ethenatieawillbereturniughoine, Some'Itf Left Nothing
.tional Forensic League,he has ofNegroWomen wlllConaeram r uskegev,>Howard University( aid Teri..,"'l '.. A
( :;-:used his speaking'abilities for ; eleetedttorhls Hall of Fame:;schpol'scyearbook and fJ,!,, '.f :ersfty';; it.'eittt{reb+aill! a' report and'jewelrywith> .
? community as,''well' as'schoolservice. +tbe.admis( F trativedelnys.1 tn'pfeetsiiting certain VJiCTm P-VUy,::1. A from Chicago that sold pictures ;
others.He .
;;.Theymayn6t; t have always beear Cightbntteey'wero# brave'In the late Dr. Martin Luther 'his name associated with It
He was chosen for a leader- is the son of Dr.and Mrs. ) figbtlngfim, their,princlples;. ; King, civil rights leader and are liable," said, Eskridge.He .
Clarence Smith.He has not de-
ship program on urban problems cided on a college yet. ,: 'tI'be" your peopVwiht tqsefeactlfonifjiier; hear I' humanitarian, left less than said the house that Dr.
': dedicated to improving :words and promises., Community 'leaders would do'':well $5,000 in cash. King and his family lived in in
.r the community, and is activein The .coveted Silver Knight to geUff the1i''collective: duffs and start'getting. sbmqujlongawa'ited : Dr. King Insisted that the Atlanta, Ga."was virtually
civic projects. is presented by The Miami problems solved, royalties from his books and paid for.
He is the grandson of Mrs. Herald annually to outstand- f :S In the past,the power structure has failed to act ta:many 1 the $50,000 tax-free Nobel "He had two accounts with
Marie Brown and would like to ing high school seniors.look7 : Instances, but th'ts'ne awakening-sparked: by that small \ Peace Prize money be givento less than $5,000 In both," said :I
group of members of UBS-could very wall signal the beginning i help the poor. the lawyer.

of action to.. .alleviate some of the unrealistic delays ;: Chauncey Eskridge, the The $5 0,000 Nobel Peace I I
Chicago lawyer who handled
: Inaction. Prize I
money was given by Dr.
'New Grainier I; The.University;ofMi&ral has hot been a shining example.,'. legal affairs for Dr. King and King to the National Associa-
tof tetegratte Rattier;, ,.:it has, too great: extent, been"'a1, the Southern Christian Lead- tion for the, Advancement of
*signof! mere .tokenism as:exempiled by the feet that ythree ership Conference said: "I'm Colored People, the Student I
: Negro: ,,athletes.:are.on scholarship,1. ;'<' ;; going to open his estate in Non-violent coordinating
Include .Thestudeats Georgia this week. Fm also
To Negroes ,tnandS.m se.munrealifltictiwwisejswf Committee and the SCLC.
but':they : io,1t lyjrebwri&e r fcfai.j'fitterate: npedd"J"ag opening an ancillary estate in
l'fBk, r t1on, t \ ta i ,1954'Sukreilt4l'Court rigHomeowners ., New York with both estates for Mrs. King and the family
The Greater Miami Cham-- ganizations including a ve r y- \, ',>., :..'1" ii1lii: '''M iaaa \ss0M: book royalties," he added. will be taken care of by the :
ber of Commerce has taken on thing from the Crine Commis- The reason he asked that the SCLC and the Dr. Martin Lu-
new goals which have servedto sion, NAACP and the Better case be opened for probate, ther King Jr. Foundation,'

revitalized the 2,100 mem- Business Bureau. Win Fight Eskridge said, is because"somany Eskridge said. He did not know
ber organization.Led people are violating his if she had accepted a $12,000
The Progress Council will (Dr. King's) copyrights." salary voted by the SCLC I
by new executive direc- meet and review quarterly the "Each of those people who board, he said. r
tor G, Lester Freeman,a former work of the chamber's com Against Convalescent Home printed parts of "I Have a King accepted no salary

assistant to the vice mittees in an effort to achieve Dream" without permission is from the SCLC, Eskridge said
president for the South Florida unity in goal, achievements, The Arcola Gardens Home- Metro Zoning Appeals Board liable for suit,' said Es- "But they paid his travel and
area of S o u t h e r n Bell Telephone and civic affairs. owners Association won a big rejected a bid for a convals- kridge. "Also those who have office expenses."
Co.,the chamber has instituted victory this week when theIr cent home in their residentialarea.
a new concept of oper- .
ation which had been proposed The 10 action committees The boad denied the three- '

by a 38-man task force led by will handle the fields of inter-. : month old request from Cal- Grand Jury Condemns
national affairs industrial development
Alvah H. Chapman, vice ; vary Church Inc. to rezone its
; highways and expressways former church propertyat777
; president and general man-
ager of The Miami Herald. ; seaports; aviationand NW 85th Street so the building Teachers Strike
space; and the renovationof could be converted into a con-

"i The-move, Chapman toldthe downtown Miami and the accompanying valescent home. There was a
; board of governors meeting''' establishment of 3 n 4-2 vote for approval'but five The outgoing Dade Grand the Impressionable minds of

; Monday, maybe one of the a downtown center. 4 & fk votes were needed. jury on Tuesday condemnedthe school children who observed ",
most significant civic The law firm of Matthews, recent teacher strike and their teachers openly defying
achievements in Greater Mi- The chamber will also cut i Braynon and Mapp won out called l it an attempt by the the law and making a sham of j :
ami in the last 20 years back its current membership over State RepresentativeJess teacher organization to the contracts they had signed. 1
of 2,100 to a more workable Yarborough who arguedfor "blackmail the Legislature.. .' a
The board of governors also group of 1,800. the losers. Officers of the Classroom The jury made the following '1

established 10 "action com Teachers Association were recommendations: .
mittees" which will replace The board of governors, accused by the jury of contri- ((1) The Dade School Board 4
buting materially to the dis- should make positive plans to :
more than a dozen councils'which which Includes the seven Jimmie Lee Chatmon in a reorganization -
__ hILL ruption of the schools in this keep the schools open event
'''I many found to be so chamber officers, will be responsible move following
autonomous theyworkedatcrosspurposes for membership.The SCLC suspension of the chapter in county.In of another such walk-out.
within'thechamber 24 board members are expected Head March. its report, the jury said: (2) The board should not act

: often.A to be named before July Mrs. Johnnie Parris of Mrs. Parris, a 35-year-old !"Their leadership was irres- as a duesor, membership fees
and has done irre- for the teacher associations -
1. Informed sources also hinted Richmond Heights Is the new housewife and active civil agency \
second phase of the new. that for the first time In the president ,of the Greater Mi- rights worker, is the motherof parable damage to the teacher 'j\
look within the chamber will be chamber's history a Negro ami Chapter of the Southern eight and wife o f a postal image held by students and ((3) The board should band
a Progre ss Council of 35 or' may be appointed to the 31manboard Christian Leadership Confer- employee. The family lives at the general public :abllke. We principals and administrative j(

: more independent civic or- of governors. ence. Sho takes over from 11225 Washington Blvd. cannot assess the damage to continued on page 18

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312 Middle income Housing


1 Units for Urban Renewal Area I

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It was revealed this week first urban renewal area is residential reuse for mod-

that Metro Hous1ngandUrban bounded by NW 20th and 17th erate-and low-income L- _
Development Department will Streets, and the North-South families and individuals. I + 1 \
recommend constructed of expressway and NW 4th Court The 100-units of public
312 moderate-Income housing and 5th Ave. housing to be built in toe north-
units in the first urban renewal The proposal would be east section of the urban re- nr / fj f
area.Made necessary to "reduce population newal area have already been
In a report by Little and dwelling unit densitiesto approved by the advisory b
HUD Director Haley Sofge and a suitable level in keeping board.
Deputy Director Norman Watson with the garden-type apart- An additional 160 unitsof
the recommendation will ment," Sofge said. public housing was also rec-
be considered May 28 by the He added that it would en- ommended by HUD staff, tobe
HUD advisory board. courage ultimate redevelop constructed south of NW 17th
Watson said, "It is evident ment of the project area for St. on a leaseback agreement.
that a strong market exists for '

moderate-Income housing Plans for a third boys club to serve underprivllege areas of Dade County were ,
among those being displaced discussed at a meeting in the Chancery office of Bishop Coleman F, Carroll Left to
by urban renewal." right, F. M. Kline, Executive Director of Boys Club of Miami, Inc.; Bishop Carroll,
Sofge recommended building of the Catholic Diocese of Miami; F. H. McDonald, Jr", President of the Boys Clubof

of 117-one-bedroom, Miami; and Leonard Usina, Board Chairman of the Peoples Group of National Banks ;
102 two-bedroom
units 47
and longtime member of the Boys Club Foundation.
three-bedroom units, 16 four- -----
bedroom unts, and 30 single The Liberty City Community effect of substandard housingcan

family townhouses. Council in cooperation with be seen in the statistics on Ghetto Youth To Get Boys Club
It was not financially feasible students from Miami Dade infant mortality, communi-
to construct fivebedroomunits Junior College, and the Uni- cable diseases when comparedto

the report said, under versity of Miami, will initiate other areas where there is Establishment of a third erty National Bank of North "We are very much interested -
the financing program of the an Intensive diagnostic studyin decent housing. He further boys club to serve underprivi- Miami. in this project," Boys
Federal Housing Administration the areas of housing and stated beyond these health factors leged areas of Dade County ustna,who put forth the original Club President McDonald
used in the first urban renewal Education. Unlike many pre- is the tremendous human moved a step nearer reality at proposal for the third said "The church has the land
area. vious studies conducted soley waste in the systimatic tearing a conference between Catholic boys club to serve underpriv- and we have the staff to oper-
The 17-acre site within the for the purpose of statistical down of the families forced Bishop Coleman F, Carroll ileged areas, has beena mem- ate with. All'we should ha veto
gathering, and recording, this into substandard housing froma and top officials of the Boys ber of the Boys Club Foun- do now is to arrange details of
study will be used to initiatea phycological point.It cost the Club of Miami, Inc. dation from its inception. The organization and financing."
Poor People'sMarch mamoth directaction program public five times the tax expenditures The new unit would be located Foundation owns the propertyon Asked how many boys clubs
in these two areas. In the to institutionalize somewhere between the which the Southwest Boys were needed in the Dade area,
Leaves past, the LCCC helped to init- victims of sub-standardhous- Boys Club's present North- Club unit is located. Usina also Kline responded:
iate the first rent strikes in the ing in hospitals, prisons, and west branch at 10915 NW 15th has served a term on the "We have two; we'd like to
26 history of Florida, I by Ber- other remldial type structuresthat Ave. and the Southwest Branchat Board of Trustees of the Kiwanis have 10."
May nard N. Dyer, Director of the attempt to undue the after 2905 SW 32nd Avenue. International Youth Usina put in that..-
Council, feels that the rent effects of poor housing. This The planning conference, Foundation, "The more I become inter-
The Greater Miami Chapter strike is too slow a process in held at the office of
study action is an Chancery
program, Under discussion at the con- ested in low-income people,
of the Southern Christian bringing about the kind of improvements the Catholic Diocese of
attempt to motivate the Miami
power ference ,between Bishop the more I realize that some-
Leadership Conference will necessary to remove structure to end this was attended by Bishop
Carroll and the Boys Club of- thing has to be done.The sum
leave Miami on May 26topar- the housing blight in the genocidial slip shodde- Carroll, F. H. McDonald, Jr., ficials was a proposal that the mer is heated up, and it's important .
ticipate in the poor People's Liberty City area."The direct ness." President of the Boys Club of Catholic Diocese of Miami that something done '

March on Washington, D. C. Miami, and F. M. Kline, Exe- should make available an before there's an explosion."
according to Mrs.James Par- Welfare/ cutive Director. acre-and-a-half tract it owns Bishop Carroll made no
ris, SCLC local president.The PaymentsWill Also present were Leonard at NW'7th' ,Ave. and 32 St. as commitments, but said he was
chapter of the late Usina Board Chairman of the
the location, of the new Boys Interested in the proposal. He
Dr. Martin Luther King J r.'s
Group Club unit. The site adjoins the added: '
civil r i 19h ts organization is To $275An
seeking participation by South Jump Banks, and M. L. Walsh, Corpus, Christi Catholic "I think something, can be .w
President of the Peoples Lib- Church. worked out."
Florida's poor in the drive for
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decent jobs, income, welfare, extra $18.5 million will tra $6.5 million, said State
health, housing, education and be added to Florida's welfare Budget Director Wallace Hen ,
human rights. program beginning July 1, to derson, because $4.5 million I
Mrs. Parris said the SCLC give large families living on was' saved when about 5,700 AT MODERATE RATES-CALL

hopes to leave Miami with several welfare a much needed lift, people dropped off the welfare . .
busloads of poor people said Rep. Richard Pettigrew rolls after the 1967 Legisla- I
and will Join the Rev. Ralph Sunday. ture passed the lien and recovery BONDED .---

Abernathy National SCLC Pettigrew said the new program law, which permits I II
president in Washington. should ease the strain on state to recover the value of its II II I
The local chapter hopes to such families as those of Mrs. welfare payments from the I
raise funds to finance the Lillle B. Ferguson and Mrs. estate of a dead person if no
March, according to Mrs. Evelyn Backman, residents of spouse or dependent childrenare
Parris. Liberty City, who are plain- alive. I
tiffs in a suit to have the maxi- The state will pay needy AGENCY
Task : .F'"rFcerSummer : ', mum grant regulation ruled families on a basis of 65 per
unconstitutional. cent of their unmet budgetary I

' ,iSkbrt boo f' Mrs Ferguson, mother of needs under the new law.

seven, and Mrs. Backman, Pettigrew said that of the
: mother of ten, six of whom are 100,000 children on welfare in
at home, presently received a the state--40,000 of whom are
maximum $85 a month. After members of the large families ,'
8,000 Dade Jobs teenagers are needed this for July 1, such families will receive receiving only $85 a month-- MANAGEMENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATING ,

summer, it is estimated, and around $275 a month, many are suffering from malnutrition IN'DADE.AND; BROWARD. COUNTIES
He said the state
Pettigrew said.
so far, efforts to find them
"This lathe most significant hopes to offset this condition A fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for
show a shortage of almost,-
I 000. step taken in Florida in with the increased food buc1cet. tenants convenienceA
the welfare field in couple of
The new Equal Employment for and adults "rent
"This will community recreation center teenagers
new program
decades he said.There are
I Opportunity Task Force was around 40,000, children in the help large families and those frtt," fumlshed and, air conditioned for your comfort and enjoyment.
thrown into a last minute effort '
last year to find summer state who are members of without any outside income," A ,public relations department to assist you with your prol.cms.: : '""
large (seven or more children) he added. "It will also help
in for '
Jobs industry needyNe-
will ',
those who Tenants concern stopvandalismandreducethecostofhousing.
I families who struggle to live are underemployed -
groes.A on $85 a: month." but the percentage of wel-
number of found
Jobs were "
and the task force received nationwide An extra $6.5 million has fare will, we hope, give peo- MAIN OFFICE
been approved by the State ple an incentive to work."
praise, but inability Cabinet for welfare,to be mat- The Dade legislator said he 4150 NW 7th Avenue 759.8733
to match promises with per-
ched by $12 million in federal believes the improved welfare MU 8.0617
formance caused no little con- 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa.locka -
to aid fami- will help the state's war on
fusion and frustration among lies matching with dependent money, children, crime. ?30848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler RidgeCE 5.3553 ,

the unemployed.The task force. started plan and for care of the aged,deaf, "A lot of kids are stealing 605 NW 7th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-3357
blind and disabled. . a lot of them do it because
3rd FR 3-8416
ning a drive last fall,for sum- 1163 NW Avenue -
Florida could afford the ex they are hungry he said.
mer jobs for 8,000 youngsterswith 3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HJ| 5-1381 I
the hope of preventing I II
similar confusion this year.It 512 NW 1st Ave., Hallandale \WA 7-2434 I

took over the summer SUPPORT THE GREATER 339 Hammondvi lie Rd., Pompano WI 3-2434 :

job program.and Dade's quotaof

' summer Jobs was reset at MIAMI URBAN LEAGUETHIS HOH. L. L. BROOKS, President.. i
GEORGE P. HARTH, General, Manager ,
I' Frank Williams, staff assistant -
to Dide NAB Chair man YEAR'S GOAL IS 2,000 NEW MEMBERSFor CHARLES, A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director r

: William Raven, said this week information on how you can join the Greater Miami
1,054 commitments for Jobs Urban League, phone: 3773682. !
I have been received from 74 . If I am to enloy a better life, others must live better too. L. L. Brooksr



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Communications Media

To Be EqualBy

Lagging In Integration

Whitney Young, Jr.

Office 6530NW 15th Av., Miami, Flo. 33U7-PhoneI691.0421 Why not hire a Negro newsman now? a Executive Director
We must ask this question of two of Miami's television National Urban League
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher tions--Channels 7 and 10. WTVJ, Channel 4, recently hired a
GARTH C. REEVES 10 have. - -
Managing Editor Negro newsman for on-camera work, but neither 7 or
now or have had a Negro newsman. Of
National Advertising Representative It was interesting to see that early this week, we received a Code Language BigotryThere
Amalgamated Publishers, I Inc. letter from Sidney Ansin, President of WCKT-Channel ,

310 Madison Avenue. New York, N. Y. 10017 telling us that his station had formerly employed a Negro was a time when people were f rank and open about

Member 2400 of the National Newspaper Publishers Association cameraman. Though his intent may have been good, Mr. Ansin their racist feelings. A lot of what we heard then was harsh
$ Michigan Avenue,
Chicago, III. 60616
seems to have missed the point.It and ugly, but at least we knew what people were talking about.
,. SUBSCRIPTION RATES is commendable WCKT at one time had a Negro camera- "We don't want Negroes In our schools," however sick and

ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 man, but It doesn' Neither does have a Negro news- distorted a statement, means what It says. Now,however, the

Entered Second man, but it should. We cannot help but question whether Mr. about "preserving neighborhood schools."
as Class>> Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post talk is all
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Ansin and his news staff are making an earnest effort to recruit Both statements mean the same thing to the people who use

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The Negro for its news department.We sincerely doubt that them. In fact, one mayoralty candidate last year often talked

NEGRO PRESS believes that America con best lead he is. about "Neighborhood schools and then told her audiences,
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accords But while we have room to commend WCKT,we can find no "You know what I mean." _,

to every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human instance to commend WLBW, Channel 10. To our knowledge, they did. She didn't have to elaborate on It.
and legal rights. Of course,
Hating no man, fearing man..the
Negro effort to hire either a Negro newsmanor
Channel 10 has made no
Press strives to help knew she meant maintaining segregated schools
every man In the firm belief that all men Everyone ,justas
are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. cameraman.The everyone knows that the candidate for the presidency who

burden of responsibility rests with Channel 7 and 10. goes around the country saying, "You know where I stand"knows

Though we do not believe Channel 4 should stop with only one that he stands for suppression of Negro citizens.

Negro newsman, we believe they have made a significant be- But this kind of code language Is catching on too fast for anyone .
ie ditnr'5 ntebnnlt and make that beginning and
ginning. Let's hope Channels 7 10
to ignore it. It's easy to pin down the racists who frankly
hope Channel 4 increases its image.:
say they are against Negroes, but how do you argue against

"""...... .....-..., -',,,... ,., Surely, there are people qualified for these positions. If "law and order' or "neighborhood schools
SCHOOL DEDICATION Channels 7 and 10 news departments would like us to, we might
By using common, accepted phrases as code words of bigotry
recommend two or three qualified people for these posts.
j racism is appealing to many people who would be ashamed
On Sunday afternoon May 19 i But while we are talking about the communications media, ,
f to to more language. One of the most important
the new Kelsey Pharr Elementary ,;tL. we must also point out that the Miami Herald does not have a respond open
/ of the national campaign to eradicate racism
School at 2000 Northwest Negro on its editorial staff and the Miami News has Just one. priorities
for would be to break this code
been of
t' which I asking ,
46th We again must wonder whether the communications media is
( Street will be dedicated at "
and to tear the false respectability it takes
'' racism away on
2:30 o'clock.Ye Editor Is pleased ,-, making an honest effort to recruit and when necessary train
{ .,. r. look at
1 ., through its use of words. Let's some examples of this
to know that this school has qualified Negroes.
been so named. There are only a total of two Negroes in the communications code language.
i media of television and newspapers In Miami, yet, there are '
I The late Kelsey Pharr was a '; / three major television stations and twu major newspapers. The What do the people who use It so often really mean? Do they

( distinguished citizen well known media has a definitive responsibility in this area. We think mean the brutal murder of Dr.King In Memphis? .Do the mean

! in the religious civic, social, ; they would be wise to "Integrate' their otherwise lily-white the white collar crime and embezzlement that costs this na-

< and fraternal life of this community profession in Dade County. tion enough to house thousands of the homeless?

I for many, many years, Perhaps they mean the loan sharks and crime syndicate bosses

and he was generally popular.To and cheating store owners who prey on the poor. Or is it

know him was to admire him. .., I The Chamber ChangesThe the crime of overcharging tenants for slum hovels?How about
the street crimes of throwing. bricks at nuns In a march for

WELFARE FUNDS Greater Miami Chamber Commerce has taken on a open housing?
new image with its revitalization one which all Dade "Crime in the streets" means none of these .- it's a code
July will be an Important month for many families who have
Countians should benefit from. phrase for Negro demonstrations. Lately it's come to mean
been receiving welfare funds. The state will be adding an ex-
t For the first time, Negro businessmen are participatingand riots too. It intentionally seeks to associate crime with Ne-
tra $18.5 million for the welfare programs."Thismeans that
I r will become involved in the policy-making decisions of the groes without ever mentioning race -- a good trick, and it's
families now receiving .a maximum of $85 a month will receive -
\ chamber. This new image of the chamber can only be healthy working.
around $275 a month said Richard
Rep. Pettigrew. for the Dade community. "Law and order" is always used by people who are afraid
( "There are around children in the
state who
40,000 are members -
Under a new executive director George Lester Freeman a "crime in the streets' is too well known.It's becoming a code
of large families who ,
seven or more) are struggling to
I former Southern Bell phrase for "keep the Negroes down.' But it hides that meaning
Telephone executive the chamber has
< live on $85 a month.: An increase of$190 will certainly be a ,
streamlined well after all who can be against law and order. The -
t blessing to them. also its council hierarchy and established work- I answer
t able committees instead. Is everybody, if law and order Is not accompanied by Jus
State Budget Director Wallace Henderson said Florida could
The chamber, in another effort to In
afford the extra $6.5 million because $4.5 million was saved bring hard-working, tice.Present
hard-nosed businessmen "who want Miami achieve its des- day South Africa has law and order, as did Nazi
when about off welfare rolls after the
5,700 people dropped the tiny as one of the great cities of the world,' has also decided Germany, but neither had Justice. Any police state is long on
1967 Legislature passed the lien and law. The law
recovery to cut its current membership of 2,100 to 1,800. law and order buy very short Justice.
, permits the state to recover the value of its welfare payments
All of these revisions, proposed by a special chamber com Then there is our old friend, the "neighborhood school." I
: from the estate of dead If
a no or dependent
person spouse mittee headed Alvan have heard talk about how it to keep
children are alive. by Chapman,can only serve to better this people important was
community.But "neighborhood school. have heard people talk about how important
Under the new the maximum grant family will
program, per
in commending the chamber it was to keep neighborhood schools from outsiders."
be abandoned we can only be remindedof
entirely. The state will pay needy families on a
basis of 65 per cert of their budgetary needs. 1925 when Publisher H. E. S. Reeves sent a check and ap- When I talk with them later, they brag about their children,
plication to the chamber for membership in the organization. they tell me that they have none,or that their kids are bussedto

THE POVERTY PROGRAM His check and application, which he still has, were returnedand private schools at the other end of town. So it's pretty obvious -

his membership rejected J because he was Negro. The that they aren't talking about the school around the corner

County Manager Porter Homer has recommended that Metro Times are changing indeed. -- they are talking about keeping Negro kids in inferior

take over the poverty program now under the management of ghetto schools.

the Economic Opportunity Program Inc. that has been con- I think my favorite code phrase Is "a man's home is his

ducting It since it came into being three years ago. Poverty Boards In-Fighting castle." rve done quite a bit of traveling but I haven't seen

To this end, a public hearing has been set for June 4 at 3p.m. many castles here in America, and Idon't know of anyone who

at the Courthouse.The wants to share anyone else's home. What the code really

County Manager is seeking the opinions of mayors of Threatens Dade Program means, of course, is "Negroes don't have the right to buy a

all Dade County's municipalities, the School Board,Governor home in my neighborhood if,I don't want them to.: A man

Claude Kirk and the EOPI 0 f fie i I a 1 s.He wants the opinion of Recent in-fighting on the board of directors of Dade's War doesn't have the right to select his neighbors, but if he feelsso

these, and other interested citizens before the commission on Poverty unit could lead to a very dangerous course ahead. strongly about it, let him buy up all the houses and live In
makes its final decision.In The Economic Opportunity Program Inc.has been threatened them himself. -

a report to the commissioners, Manager Homer said that and escaped with its mere life often in the past year, and Talking in the code language of bigotry Is always dangerous,

more than half of the local war poverty is administered by this trivial in-fighting threatens to put an end of the organiza- but it is especially so in this election year when the tempta-

agencies other than EOPI through contractual arrangementswith tion.It. tion for candidates seeking backlash votes is such that we may

EOPI. is rather disappointing and disgusting to us,to see a board be hearing more of the code words and less of good sense, and

which consists of such intelligent citizens,torn into black ver the English language we thought we knew.
HUMPHERY FOR PRESIDENTLate sus white groups. Yet, that's what has happened.

For the past three meetings of the board
reports show Vice-president Hubert Humphrey win crucial votes have .
broken down Into a battle between the .
ning 40 per cent of the votes with 31 per cent for Senator black members. white members and the '

Robert Kennedy and 19 percent for Senator McCarthy. This is
It is trivial for a board of this New Youth
certainly good news for those on the Vice-President's side. It's organization Page
so very important to the Dade
encouraging; however, polls have a way of changing.A into these County community-to be developing -

is probably known,Vice-President Humphrey is Ye Edi- Unless the bickering spliting groups. Starts Next Week
tor's choice for the office of president of the United States. ceasesandthepettinessofsome mem
bers of the board stopped, the days ahead for the War on Poverty -

Reports show that Dr. Martin Luther King did not leave behind fault of organization the board if may this truly does be happen.numbered--and it will be the The Miami Times, in an effort to give more extensive

him much money. However, his contribution the world coverage to the problems achievements, and opinionsof

cannot be counted in dollars and cents, and can never be ef- today's youth, wlllinauiurate a youth page beginning

faced.Southern Christian Leadership Conference has voted a salaryof Negro Leaders ShockedBy next week.

$12,000 to Mrs. King but it is not known whether she will The youth page will be headed by Youth Editor Garth

accept it. Faircloth Tactics Reeves Jr. Garth, a Junior at Miami CentralSenior High

Dr. King accepted no.salary from the SCLC, but they paid School, will talk about current events, problems and

his traveling and office expenses. Many prominent Negro leaders throughout the state of Florida opinions of youth.

were surprised and embarassed when Attorney General
46 ANNUAL CONVENTION Faircloth injected racist tactics in the senatorial Ear Other articles of interest about our youth willappearon
shortly before last Tuesday's election. campaign the new page, and will be written by other Miami

The Diocesan Convention of the Episcopal Church in South Times' staffers.
It seems to us rather pathetic
'Florida will meet on May 20 in Hollywood,the Rt. Rev. Henry ocratic opponent LeRoy Collins when Faircloth and his nam. Readers of "Northwestern Focus" will also find

I. Louttit presiding. The Rev. James L.Duncan, Suffragan Is trying to see who can put on,wage the a campaign in which each Brenda Jackson's highlight activities at NorthwesternHigh

Bishop will be celebrating at opening service in the convention to the people of Florida. more conservative imageit School moving to the youth page startingnext week.
ball at the Diplomat Hotel, East Hollywood. The Rt. Rev.

Thomas George Vernon Inman, D.D., Bishop of Natal, will be would do well for both men to abandon such tactics This is another In the new features of your community -
the preacher. remainder of the campaign. the paper, The Miami Times.

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&v- AsayeteranpoliceolilcerIamurginggreaterparticipation'of . THE VIETNAM WAR OR HIOIITAXES.SAl REJUIJ.R.POAGEO-TEXJFOR r EWPLE:

young Negroes for the City.of Miami Po-
lice Forced Presently the community la talking about : Ht.ADcPRklHTTDWAIlO LYNCH LAW IF THE

lice community relationship

pressed the entire citizenry of, EITHER EHFOPCFTHE LAW

this community Ishaooyand, OR mE PEOPLE WILL : THROUGH
this effort can be accomplished VIGILAHTES,4ND THE PEOPLE DONT ENFORCE
by aconstantandvlgilantpatrolt THELAW VERY EXACTLY OR DiSCR/MlWELr.*

past* years Jhave ., .,
been hearing of ourshortgage: oi ) ., j.\ ";"., -tr't .'J\ h"j }'
police personnel. /, ?: ,
Today ]
if our : 6r.l
/ ',
;community can produce SO' f "'=-.- ','/,1z

qualified men, they can be hired /:.,\, :' '. ,., :11"
tomorrow and start their I' / I -' '' .IiI'/

"::1 training at the'Police Academy rr+ jO/ .:. #"fl", "J' :

Being, a, native Miamian 1 1.r' .1...
know that. we have at least'lool i : .. 'I.' ',
!men that can qualify as police{I l('. I .

;4oillcers. But they ,need en.L--._..__ .: (')".r..

'.::cotwagg went ,frpai'parents,.friends church and com- 9f : i'-
\maatty,'leaders. The'job could mean a better life for .: .,.. z.,fii.f(
all concerned, ,y; I ; 1N .r t.,, i .:\. 1
.J-1. :)
.4 {.4J ,-: ;:
,.: The age limit,is from'201/2 yean to 35 years How : 1'M ,.. ,.' '.f :.J.:.)" L-f f
many men have graduated from Booker T.Washington, .I..,::, -x ,r 1)., ,
Northwestern and Carver HlghSchools since 1260 How ,' .' 6 $/,
r 'many returned veterans from the Army;N! vy;'Air <" ...."'i,. ,f t.. t'1 ".'!',"."j
Force and Marine ') I. ) . '
Corps do we have in.our city since ; rj .''f.'. .',;
1950? How, many men do we have in ourctfy, who, have. . ,J

dropped out of college because of financial problems t.&; ,\'' ...; ,jfy.r:',"
How many college graduates do we have who have not. :if, "'I "1M"I

as yet started a career? All of these men are,good potential -,,, ,;' '/ ... ,,. .

'police candidates. These are the men we are .,," '.. " ' looking t -'
r. ,
,. 'I know that we hav many; who i. J t
persons can
a career In police work and can help to make this :;: I

';:|?community.?? which we win all bG. roud of.. .. ; .;.r
;WtCitizens and prospective policemen,lst'sriseupand' :;f;

ado something about our Community,'its crime'rate,'and,'f'

,:'police relationship. too can make you contribution .' ------
." know that they can help the community well as themselves () ()
.{ by becoming police officers. ,
b "'With die opporhnties avlkble now lathe field of i

police, advancement; 'a police candidate do have'tof ,' c'1 ServicesBY
q mt
wait 16 years to become a Lieutenant:A police) office; | t' '
:..Arao!john ttbe'department today can'become a Captain ' Booker T. Hayes : Leo:Adder ly,'

In ten years'if he nimseU.Thesalary > Center Attorney
applies of J
aJ: p2'
; 1
"His would particularly good at this time in that
S$1000d ; : : ;<;{,}-O. &':j"f< :; he' would presence'be a trem'lndous ambassador and provide an open A necessary ingredient in seeking meaningful solutions to ",

Ai It-.:..," '1. ,. '" ,, ' """ -* ?,'; 'W;!\ pipeline, particularly to the Negro community." the problems of the poor is greater middleclass involvement
'J. ''''...gJ" above is to have been said the is be of life for millions of
,LFthe: 'assn' .' The quote reported by per- lithe ghetto to wiped out,as a,way
young rose bfhyeer'with
': giadnath! :! sonable Mayor of Dade County, Chuck Hall, in stating why he impoverished Americans, It will require the efforts of those
aq :" tsar, ar':'srard'a te :_
college} ; s ;.. would support Earl Carroll for election In the upcoming Dis- who have recently escaped its geographic bounderies,but not
r o d like' fo enroll 200( police det atDad, i
c $
I Jr ace4 trict 3 Commission runoff to be decided on May 28. This state- its problems, to come back and help their former neighbors
kt te;iapplemuit oar '
: ;
| ; police deportomt:two ywr* , ment, and the reasoning behind it places Mayor Hall above the forge a better life. This group forms the missing link of understanding -
|frOfR.[ aoyf:upon: ttw,completion of a tvoye'ajr ree4i fcv',n, ordinary public official. It places in the category reserved for between the poor and the more affluent society. are' to become w':
: police eligible a nwmbw of:
; those people we consider well-informed. This type of reasoning Civic, fraternal, and other middle-class-orientated Negro
the:Mlarn1'P o 1 i c. Department; jpor Interest .'
14 4 sChool hit; .:: shows that Dade County's No. 1 citizen is conscious of the groups should become more involved in the communal life of
} graduates*! under. the age 6f,20,please comet Lt.. '/,e needs of the community. He has shown that it is the duty of the poor. Their organizational muscle, financial assistance,
K4: UIOW'M.' lltia1 d Dade '
t,/' oU.1.or. '" public officials to take a stand and not wait until the signs of and know how are sorely needed. Such aid and assistance can
der 1 : l .ttsit'woe+(isdet .
" '. victory can dictate their moves. take many forms, a few of which are: Sponsoring youth groups;
:..... '
'M') ,,:' ,r.j': The fact that Mr. Hall recognizes the need for direct com- organizing older citizens and educating them to the advantages
_:.....:. :.
.. / ... :' ,' . ,." munications between the existing communities proceeds ineffectiveness of first-class citizenship, and not being satisfied until it becomes -

.... .." 'd:' -- in ones ability to serve.It is quite tragic, however, a reality for all; and pooling their" financial resourcesto

1l. ... ,, w that more of the people charged with the administration of build businesses and provide Jobs fpr the poor.

,t1;,'"rtJtrv;', ". / f, ::4, y;.kt. ij. t.., Metro affairs cannot see the wisdom in Mr. Hall's thinking. Those of us who have escaped the geographic bounderies of
", """"' {' '+'j, ,,;;,.4l:!.(" : ,.;ri}iti.'IIf.4I" / The one sure way of knowing the mood of the different elements the ghetto, or inner-city ghetto, must realize that none of us

of a society is to allow them a representative through whom can pride ourselves on having a better community until the

they can present their grievances. Every community having causes of the ghetto are no more. We should not sit back and
Phil OssoferInteresting experienced racial violence has been restored to order by the feel safe In the knowledge that"someone else or some govern

white power structure accepting the demands d the enraged mental agency will do the Job." Further, we should discardthe

people through a spokesman or spokesmen.It is quite possible notion that now that rye fought my way out of the slums, it

things are hap- see that all change comes only if some of these grievances had been aired in the beginning and Is no longer a part of my communal life.

pening at the University of Miami after pressure Is brought to some solutions offered, the violence would not have started In More articulate voices from the Negro middle-class need

The United Black Students bear. As liberal as he maybe., the firstp 1 ace. The basic cause behind most of our disturbances to Join the d articulate spokesmen from the slums In going be-
(UBS) are demanding he has done little if anythingto has been the Inability the different elements to communicate fore governmental agencies to press for needed community

changes which would Increase bring 1 about t h e changes services and, or, changes in existing'public services that will

Negro enrollment and would which are now being demanded. Everyone, even some of our IncUmbeUt County Commission- more adequately meet the needs of the public. More participation -

Include a number of Black- Perhaps he, too, is'a vic- ers, have stated they will appase Earl. Carroll because of his on citizens' advisory committees will also insure a greater -
oriented courses such oas Ne- tim of the power structure campaign for districts election commissioners.. In his cam voice in the policy making decisions affecting the area.

gro History, African economics which practices status quo. paign Mr. Carroll's position is that a member of a minority Moreover, more of us need to offer ourselves for public-of
geography and langu- group could not be elected countywide because of the over pow- fice and other positions of public responsibility.

ages. ering white vote. In an article recently entitled "The Negro Become more informed and Involved with the problems of I
As fa r as reparations are vote, potent or puncheless" Juanita Green the writer made us the poor. And Inform and .educate them to the advantages of

Although President Stanford concerned, I believe they will aware that Earl Carroll has apointtobe considered. She said participating in the affairs of the community. Better housing, 1

of the University favors a be as beneficial to those payIng the Negro vote alone was not enough to elect anyone to office. better jobs, and a better life should be our goal for all; not Just

greater role In campus activities them as it will be to those She produced figures showing a comparison of 200,000 plus ourselves. I

for Black students,he receiving them. We have denied white votes countywide compared to 53,000 plus Negro votes.
believes fulfilling all the demands the v e r y existence of These figures alone show us that the prospects of a Negro can-

of the UBS would bring Black men through suppres- didate being elected countywide would depend more on the

about". .an intellectual seg- sion of their history, culture goodwill of the people than his ability to convince others he is Your [f ,

regation which would be Just as and contributionstoourcivili- the best qualified candidate. By the way,Did you know the Ne-

distasteful any other kind of ration This in Itself Is the root gro vote was insignificant in the election of our city commis- TO MORE PROFITS & PRESTIGE J
segregation." He feels that cause of our riots, marchesand sioner Mrs. M. Athalie Range? My paper says she would have
such demands are similar to of much of the crime in our won without our support. With this in mind, Earl Carroll's

the paying of reparations by a streets. ability to make the runoff Indicates that wedo have friends, and COULD BE ADVERTISINGYOUR

conquered country In the name Mayor Hall has exemplified himself as the one most likely to. BUSINESS IN
of history.I The UBS demands (the reparations speak If Mr.out.Carroll's stand on the elections' Commissioners by 'fiC m? ,,i tnc \
which Dr. Stanford !!tnt, ,
Stanford has districts can create so much distaste in the minds of so many
believe Dr. point deplores), will help eliminate there is a definite way we can prove his stand unfounded. It CALL US TODAY!
missed the important
the of
demands as I causes our internal un- is my opinion that the best way to crash any doubt as to a cer-
here. The UBS ,
rest by bestowing Black 6530 NW 15 Ave
see them, represent the fast Americans the upon tain possibility happening Is to prove that It can happen. I can't .
respect and
when equalitywill think of a more convincing manner of showing Mr. Carroll his
approaching day dignity which have
thus far contention is than him know the 691-0421
be a reality. He does not been denied them. possible. wrong by letting impossibleis


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! 6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 27, 1968 ) '

f}tt \ Chatter e I rA4 flei91t '. ': '

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Miami Times Society Editor

4 Mrs.-Charles (Edna) Culmer traveled to New York to be at k5Ti ,..----"
t the bedside of her sister, Mrs. Bessie Minor. A special thanks to the nelghborswbohelped clean up the
I Mrs. Pauline Johnson of Brooklyn stopped in Miami briefly vacant lots on Pinkston Drive, they assisted the Brownies of
before Jetting to Nassau for a vacation. .r Mrs. Miller's Troop. Those organizations who have not taken
( Miss M. Jorie Austin, contemporary artist,a native of the care of the areas assigned them will you please do so. The
f West Indies, has a showing of her paintings scheduled for the clean up drive Is not over. If we wish to maintain a clean and
I. Mayfair Theater come May 19. An experimental painter-early beautiful community we must continue to keep our surrounding -
; artistic aspirations. Started painting realistic landscapes in clean.I .
S Salisbury, England during World War n. Twenty years later would like to Inform those per sons who called in to have
while living in the Bahamas. Miss Austin began experimenting I/k abandoned cars removed that the names have been turned in to
,with spray acrylic paints, using, modifying and synthesizing Metro and as soon as possible the cars will be removed.
4 "found objects", creating from them a new kind of spiritual judging for May's Lawn of the month will be in area No. l]
\ i f landscape. ,M1
.. h Critics agree Miss Austin possesses a superlative I' 1 r 1 1 SFC Charles Ellis, stationedat
., color and feeling for significant form. the Ranger campinDah-
,, The artist has been a resident of South Miami for the r , yF II1 q Pr lonega, Georgia, was one of the
; past two years. Plan to pay a visit to the exihibit showingat t Sgts. chosen to lead the allegi-
the Mayfair Theatre May 19 throuth June 9. ances to the Stars and Stripesat
Mrs. Louise L. Lockhart is vacationing in New York-City "This Land Is My Land" ral-
Get well wishes to Mrs. Evelyn Gibson who Is a patient at ly May 3, at the city park Ellis
/ North Miami Osteopathic Hospital; Lille Mae Howard at Jack- the winner of a Bronze Star with
son;Deacon.J.Hanna at Christian. the "V" Device and has servedIn
Last Saturday Baljean Smith, Fred Brown and Henry R. 3 the army for 21 years. He has
Young were initiated Into Sigma Alpha Chapter of OmegaIf also served with the 1st Calvarj

you are 12,13, or 14 years old orto the 7, 8, or 9th grade In Vietnam He was chosen to
You are invited to become a Cadette Girl Scout A warm wel- r' W-n.'s lead the allegiance because as
come awaits you at the Parish Center of the Church of the Incarnation Attorney L, Wilson Smith said,
1749 NW 54th Street. Saturdays 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. FAMU ELECTS ROTC QUEENS "he has certainly shownhis patriotism
1 i Mrs. Bessie Styles Smith,'librarian o1nciana Park Elementary Mona Bethel, asenior/ biology major from Miami was to his country."
is the newly elected Neighborhood Chairman for Ixora recently crowned Miss ROTC during the annual ROTC Charles is the son of Mrs. Gladys Austin, 14421 Boggs Dr.,
Girl Scouts. Ball at Florida A&M University. Runnerups in the election Richmond Heights. He is a graduate of George Washington
It's Open House at the Homestead Airbase, Saturday, May were Levetta Pierce and Mary Williams, both of Carver High School in Miami.

18, Armed Forces Day. Palatka, who will serve as queens of the second and The Richmond Heights Women's Club elected Mrs,Thelma
: Amazing America Tours-1968 Musolites Club,July 26- third battalions respectively. Mona is a member of Alpha J. Aranaha as its new president. Other officers for the coming '
August 15. Contact any member for further information. Kappa Mu'National I Honor society and Delta Signa year are Mrs. Doris Montgomery, first vice-president;
It was gratifying to see Beverly Jean Dorsett of Chicago hei Theta Sorority. Prior to her election as Miss ROTC, Mrs. James Henry, second vice-president; Mrs. Marion Hunter .
to witness the graduation of her brother,Kelsey Dorsett from Mono represented the ROTC as a company queen duringher recording secretary; Mrs. Eleanor Simon, assistant recording -
Dade Jr. College on Sunday, April 28.Beverly is the daughterof freshman and sophomore years at FAMU. secretary; Mrs. Morris Anderson, financial sec-
Winfred and Lillie Dorsett of 3295 NW 43rd Terrace. retary; Mrs. Frank King, assistant financial secretary; Mrs
The Opera Guild of Greater Miami will present a programof Sammnel Wells, treasurer; Mrs. Alma Keener, corresponding -
light operetta in English ("Die Fledermaus") free to the Prolect 2 Residents secretary; Mrs. Shedric Carr, assistant corresponding
public at Olinda Park Monday, May 20.This program is givenin secretary and Mrs. Patron Paschal,chaplain.The .
cooperation with Mayor Hall and the Dade Park Department Meet Tonight officers will be installed at a guest buffet luncheon at
with the portable snowmobile as a stage. the Holiday Inn Restarant in Homestead, May 19, at 4 p.m.
Mrs. Connie Delancy of 4500 Brooker Street,Coral Gables, The Greater Miami Urban Representatives of the Urban Ethel Brown 235-6586, Miriam Pratt 235-2640.
announce the engagement of her daughter Diane to Joseph L. League is reminding the resi- Renewal program will be The Richmond, Heights Garden Club wishes to thank all organizations -
Edwards, the son of Mrs. John Edwards of416 West CaldwellSt. dents of the Project Area that on hand to answer your ques- and community groups who participated in the clean
., Compton, Calif.The wedding IsplannedforSteptember 27. tonight, Thursday, May 16, is tions and discuss the project. up drive.
Mr. and JohnEvelynSouter'arrivedsafely( home after the mass meeting for resi-
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\( ,a tour of Florida" and Alabama. dents of this area to come and I!
r Second place winner in the Rockpit Ranger Slogan contestwas have all questions answered]!
eight-year-old Sybil Ferguson, A. L. Lewis Elementary and to help make plans for Ur-
School 2nd grade, her slogan was "Rockpits and canals have ban Renewal in this community -, f 1. f
beauty to behold, but it's beauty holds danger for both timid If you live between 14th I"y r" rWM1
and bold!" Her prize was an American flag with stand for the Street on the north, 3rd Avenue j
school and a $50 Savings Bond for Sybil. on the east, 5th Street on -;

f Deacon C. E. Gibson, recently retired agent of the Afro- the south, and 7th Ave. on the| fi,.:; ,

American Life Insurance Company, is a patient at Christian west,voice you are is needed Involved and I ...:'1.1:
Hospital. His many friends wish for him a speedy recovery.Mrs. your make -<
the plans for 2 : 1
Eva Lawrence who has been sick for some time and Project mean- ,j \ ;
has been living with her aunt, Mrs., B. Moss in Homestead the Ingful to everyone who Is going f / '
past seven months, returned to her home last week. to b e living there. | !
Tonight's meeting is being 4
held at Culmer Center Park, |
'-. 5th Avenue and NW 11th St.,at IL
8 p.m. All residents in the< .
Project 2 area are urged to attend sy
1 Come prepared to dis- I 5
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your thoughts and ideas known'
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Brownsville Jr. High School i
will be the scene of the 1968 'j
Annual Ambassador's Awards
-'- -.- --. on Tuesday, May 21, at 8 p.m.
A. Pollock is Twenty-two awards will be \
with his parents given to outstanding membersof
.Oscar B. Pol the Ambassador Club I
at 1110NW47th This annual awards night Is LORY'S LENDS
Pollock is a presented by the Club's spon- '
of Miami North sor, Clarence "Boo Boo" / SORORITY, INC.
attended Albany Woods. < .
f'1. In Albany, Ga., These are just a few of the fabulous fashions by 'Lory's
the army. He In a 11 U.S. wars, one out of that will be shown at the Iota Phi Lambda Sorority's Spring
and was trained 38 participants died inser- | Fashions and Musicale Tea.

operator.He vice. This gala affair is scheduled for Sunday, May 19, 1968
until May 22,be Civil War deaths were 90 I from 4 to 6 PM at the Holiday /InnN.W.36th Street and
13 months in times greater than in the Le Jeune Road. Proceeds
Revolution. I j will// go to the organization's
I the nlcho/0'? / fund. Highlight of the affair will be
Donation the Bronzd Man and Woman 01 the Year.
'; is 100. .
MEN'S' Dee Dee Lawrence
WEARSEE Center is coordinator, Assistant Manager of Lary's, Edison
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Florida Womeiis Club To Meet In West Palm leach I

will close on Wednesday Delegates may begin registration
WEST PALM BEACH. tives of several religious
morning with the installationof on Saturday afternoonon
Miss Alice E. Moore,the very faiths, will highlight the very the newly elected association the Mezzanine Balcony at I
M energetic president of the formal Sunday activities; officers. Holiday Inn.Sidering .
Florida Association of Wo- which traditionally attract
men's clubs, has announcedthat many club members from
the Association and its affiliates nearby communities who can- Community Service HonorsGamma I
The Florida Associa- not be in attendance at other
BY STANLEVSWEETS" SWEETING tion of Girls Clubs, will hold sessions. The service will be Alpha Chapter, Iota a business or professional
its annual meeting at the down- held in the spacious, air.con.. Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc and career.
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: The Florida State Board of Re- town West Palm Beach Holi- ditioned main auditorium of chapters throughout the United On
gents gave the "go sign"to Florida Agricultural and Mechanical day Inn, June 14-19. the Greater Tabernacle Bap- States have as its purpoato Sunday, May 18at4p.m.
recognition will be given two
University to erect a statue on its cam The 60th annual session of tist Church unite in sisterhood qualified
local business
pus In memory of the late Dr Martin Luther I the association will get under A colorful Garden party, women in related fields of and profes-
King Jr . The Board went further and way with Executive Board hosted by the President at her business and the professions, sional persons, Mrs. Lemmie
Mitchell and
okayed FAMU's request to permit the establishment to promote interest in business Mr. George Kll-
meeting beginning at 6:30 on home will add to the pleasureof patrick along wih outstanding
of a scholarship fund at the school the afternoon activi education, and to encourage an -
I Saturday evening. A get-ac- Sunday school
to commemorate the name of the martyred quainted will intellectual and leadership high student, Miss
Hospitality Hour
civil rights leader Sigma Gamma Rho be sponsored by the hostess ties.Formal business sessionsof development through nationaland Shirley Cooper at Miami
presented its fifth annual "Buds of Spring"last community service. Springs Holiday Inn, N. W. 42
group following the meeting. the Association will get underway Ave and 36th
Friday in Bayfront Park's audit when An Inter-Faith Vesper Service Monday ntorningwith National Business week Is Street.
112 young ninth grade fillies were on tap. featuring representa- the procession of officials and observed annually by all chap- The recipients of the sor-

Among them were Lona Culmer, Janice ----- -_ i_ _ ............_ ters of thesor or ity.During ority's "outstanding achieve-
Gunn, Cleo Jollivette, Adria Harrison, Sheba Martin, Cheryl -------------1 this time the attention of the ment" award goes to persons
McKinney, Fitzhugh Newton, Gail Powell. Verneka Stirrup- { community is focused on the who h a v e made outstanding
Silva is basileus of Sigma. I OUR CLASSIFIED ADS I aim of the sorority which is contributions in both civic and
primarily, to encourage those religious activities within the
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: In town for the funeral cortege' of I! IRING RESULTS t already engaged business community.The .
the late Elder Joseph LaFleur: Isadora LaFleur-Ltghtbourne and professions, and to serveas public is invited to attend
(New York City); Leroy LaFleur (Detroit); Hazel LaFleur- I L-j| an inspiration to those con- the program.
Rolle (Detroit); Margaret LaFleur-Lee (New York City); the
Robert Bernards(Detroit); the York LaFleursDetroit);Ron 5iaSir .
ald LaFleur (Detroit); Estelle Davis and children(Nassau);
Mrs. Enid Davis and daughter (Nassau); the Robert Craigs
(Nassau); Rev. Jarrett Mapeo(Cal); Bishop and Mrs LaFleur

SALT WATER TAFFY: James E.Scott Community Associa '
tion's Mod-Spring Fling Variety Show is an eight p.m. affair:
at Northwestern high school audit nextTuesday, May 21, when .
fun, entertainment and talent will be on display.And JESCA's
annual celebration of Grandparents Day will be featured on
Sunday, May 26, with prizes presented to the oldest grandparent
present, backed up with music,refreshments,pictures anda
speechmaker. Both Archie W. Harwick outings are recommended r

THE WEEK'S WASH: Mrs. Mamie McCullough back home
after six months in Los Angeles,where she houseguested with
daughter and soninlaw the Russell(Frankie) Waltons . Dr :i isst.
Norman Gibson and Estella LaRhoda-Mitchell's daughter Pau- '
lette Gibson, home last week from Florida Normal & Industrial k ,1
College in St Augustine, where she isa Junior co-ed . ., 3 #
Mrs. Walter C. Cogdell, wife of Bethune elementary's principal
-retiree, bedded at home with illness. :: .

SCRATCH MY BACK: Miami Times news distributor Billie
Bullard, a bedded victim at home. Mary Washington's, 4 $ 1 i 4!: ;
Sarah Butler, expired in Christian Memorial April 28. . Her Sx
first stroke put Fred Thomas' mother, Mrs Ruth Wade, in
Jackson Memorial Mother's Day .. .Cecil and Leola Griffin's tYAY.y,' v'.
Eighth-Grade teenage daughter Sharon of North Dade down with
the measles . Joyce Connolly, North Dade 9th Grader, inOpalocka 4j
General with kidney ailment. . Gino T. Hudson,
the d.J.' has a mental problem.. Artis Davenport desperately -
ill in JMH?

STUFF AND SUCH: Shifting in 2nd Gear:Schoolroom instructor
Oral Allen Sr,appointed an assistant principal of cur-
riculum, to decorate an executive desk.come September .
Rose Williams of JMH now strutting a '66 Chewy Impala .
The platter tribute to the recording star Otis Redding(killedin
an airplane crash) "Tribute to a King" as yodeled by Wil-
liam Bell, a tear-jerker . The Alma Lynch tepee to get an
exterminating "going over" Friday by Truly Nolen . Add
Birthdays in May: Bertram Balfour will be 16 on the 18th . '
Eliza Bullard and Lorraine Puyol 20th... Rachel Reeves 22nd
" . Georgia Saunders and Gracie James 25th.

SWEETS TREATS:Houseguestingwith the Lawrence Neelys
(she's the former Maydell McCullough-Eve)for two weeks are
the hostess' sister Catherine (Cooper) McCullough-Jackson;
Mrs. Jackson's daughter, Mrs Barbara Jackson-Galloway;
Mrs Jackson's son and daughterinlaw the WilbertIris) Jack-
sons; and Mrs Jackson's little grandson Philip Jacksonall
from Brooklyn N, Y. .Henry Augustus St George Jr's daughter -
Mrs Henry (Shirley) Sutton, now has Gin New Orleans5 --
female and 1 male Bunnies. Greyhound is two little boys

MIAMI MUSINGS: Jackson Memorial RN Viola Ellis went all
the way up to Manhattan to greet her first grandchild's arrival
.. a boy .. gifted herby her d a ugh te r Mayola some three
weeks ago . The Sullivan one-hour tribute to songwriter . meeting and getting to know one anr Nobody has lower fares than Greyhound. For example:

Irving Berlin on his 80th birthday May 5 was a befitting edi- other. Greyhound is a picture window on ONE WAY ONE WAY

torial to America's greatest song analyst. . Houseguestingwith America. A living breathing lesson in geography New York City 41.40 New Orleans $30.75
the Larry(Q u u e e n Esther) Halls last weekend was Philadelphia 37.55 Jacksonville $10.05
Queenie's mater Senora Susie Mae Neugin from Kissimea.j and history. A delightfully dazzling Washington, D. C. $33.55 Tallahassee $13.45

j panorama of things, places, faces, seen Atlanta $21.65 Tampa $ 8.55

I CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS Rufus Beacham, the music ery, sights and sounds. A fun-filled budget- Birmingham $24.40 Orlando $ 7.50

man in front of Bailey's Record Shop posing in a nostalgic balancing, vacation-going, people-meeting, Savannah $15.15 Gainesville! $10.40

mood . The Stephen Lawrence (Rachael) Rolb's baby arrived tension-reliever. By the way. .Greyhound Save ion each way with round-trip ticket.
in Jackson Memorial Friday, May 10. It's their 3rd, a
is also a great way to travel. GREYHOUND TERMINAL, 275 N. E. First St., Miami
boy, Stephen Lawrence Jr . .Opalettes Savings Club held its
party-sale atHortensa Lucas' home last Friday night. . Phone: 373-0492 or call your local Greyhound agent.
Mary Kemp entertained Manhattan 20's in her tepee Tuesdaylate
. Golden-voice Billy Eckstine (nee Eckstein replaces
Glenn Covington at Harry's American Show Room of the Eden
Roc . Clara Knight entertained Mrs James(Audrey) John- GREYHOUND
son, fraulein of the University of Miami Dermatologist, in a GO
get-acquainted yak-yak in the Knight's palace '. That's it W
brother, from your one-man-newspaper, who knows every-
body and everybody's racket, but who wants to thank all kind .and leave the driving to usr.
friends and relatives who remembered his mother, Mrs Hen .
rietta Sweeting, with gifts flowers and donations on Mother's



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(n.. .dioll Flip. Wilson Signs
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of a special
I Comedian Flip Wilson has development which will serve as Hall" Last summer he ap- -
signed a long-term exclusive Flip series/ peared twice on the "Dean More than
: 1,000 Civil
contract with the the pilot for a ShowStarring War
development Martin Summer widows still draw
NBC Television Network Damone." He also has ,
Vic VA
has supplies seven
announced last week by The young comedian per cent
was made guest appearances of U.S.
I hospital
made more than a dozen appearances care
( Mart Werner Vice NBC-TV's "Today" show a Living
I NBCTV's"TbeTooJgbt Spanlsh-American
Charge of Programs and on daytime game
number War
veterans number
Johnny 12 ooo
Starring ,
Talent, NBC-TV. 1965. shows and on variety pro- all over 80.
"We think Flip Wilson Is one Carson" since August
I { of the finest young comedians This season be has guest star-
I I'I to emerge in recent years," red on eight of the network's
(( Mr. Werner said. "Plans are "Rowan and Martin's Laugh-
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when he falls in love with a Thursday May 23 and .iB'Jji."ih" : 1+o.Xh.,4, .... rc/ :
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Gamble and Melinda Wells, ($3.00 pits tax) iicUa'es .alll.,. Order directly
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GOOD DIE YOUNG. . Sunday, May 12, it Mothers COMMUNITYwith !
day. Fm up early. After my cool shower I got dressed and
about 7 a.m.I hop in the Whale tall(Caddie) for a drive to view TOM WASHINGTONGod
the country side. After an hour's drive, leaving the parkwayat
George Washington Bridge exit, I drove along St. Nicholas is not dead but the com F'a
Ave. As I reached 160th Street,I saw George Charlow(Eunice munity is dead.,
Charlows brother) a well known Miamian(pioneer) standingat The reason why I nave made
the bus stop, I stopped, picked him up, asked him his des. my point in this direction is be-
tination. George said he was going to the florist on Lenox and cause day in and day out I see
142 St. to order flowers. I thought for his mother, Mrs. Mar- the community deterioratingin
jorie Charlow on "Mothers Day," but he then informed me of responsibility.The only way
the sudden death oUts wife.tbe former Alletta Griffin and her that we have to decide the destiny -
aunt, Mrs Leola B, Mayo.(Both native Miamians). . It seems of community is
thatAunt Leola(residents; 504 W 167th St. NYC) hearing that through the ballot box.We have 4 IL
her niece wasn't feeling well, went over to care for her (She a lot of people who are saying,
herself had been ailing for some time) during the weekend of that politics are crooked. My
May 4,which was too much for her heart Aunt Leola died philosophy on something that
Tuesday morning May 7 in her sleep. Meantime Alletta (Mrs. do not like is the best way to
George Charlow 2420 Webster Ave. Bx) was readying herself change the problem. Elixir of
of "The
Guild of Greater Miami production
to attend the funeral of her very devoted aunt But on Thursday On election day. May 7, as Performing In the Opera
Wendell Graham (next to drum, at
morning when her husband tried to awaken her, (Alletta) she bad as our community needs I Love" at Dade County Auditorium Sunday were
too, had "passed on in a death sleep" . Cards and letterscan more voice in government we I ret)ancl Thaddeus Wilcox, with'trumpet. Both are students of Drew Junior High School.

reach the family at:George Char low,42 West 139th, N. Y. let a little rain,a little I DON'T Mnrt iN.,
, C. . I remember Alletta; a teen in the early forties on the CARE cause us not to have i e.or r CUIMerCenter
BTW High School campus having fun with the old crowd, such the showing that we need, at
as, Ernest and Booker T.Hayes,Calvin MaW, Mildren Coney the polls. We had individuals NewsThe
George Wilkinson, Calvin Cambridge, Anna Grace Sweeting, going into the polling booths
Tug Coverson, Stanley Kemp, Mildred Perry, Gloria Smith and not voting in every office ; ADC (Aid for Dependent
Cornelias Handheld, Mildred Jenkins Hattie Mae Williamsand for the individuals that meant Children) Mothers will meet at
many others. Leola B. Mayo and Alletta Griff in were fun- the most to our community. i... : j the Culmer Center Monday,at
eralized at St. Martin Episcopal Church, Monday May 13, at I wonder what it would take 8:00 p.m. The purpose of this
Lenox Ave. and 122 nd St. in a double funeral. . "A time to in order to awaken our com- meeting will be to discuss the

love, a time for happiness, a time for sadness, a time to die. munity._The key. to:the promised : 'i9l ADC Grant.RECREATION.
land? n"s about time that we FOR YOUTH
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gether. No one, two or three If you are between the ages
persons have a franchise to the of 16 and 22, you are eligible
r total black community.To to become a member of the
give you a good example, Culmer Recreation Center
in the Florida Supreme Court Youth Group, which consist of
race in Group two, we had two young people who are in the
candidates, one Judge Adkins, of "The process of formulating plans J
I Ifrofr and the other Judge Woody Attending the Opera
= Elixir of Love" last Sunday at Dade County Auditoriumwere for the Summer Recreation f
j Liles. To give you a Program. If you are interested ...,
background on the two indivi- from left, Debbie Pineda, 9; Telisa Mitchell, 7; member
in becoming a ,you
SOInuoM dauls. Judge Ltles has an Impressive Rhonda Clark, HI and Anthony'Pineda, 7 may contact Mr. Lawrence ;
record as chief Moss Recreation Counselor '\
PAMELA Judge. Judge Adkins is from at the Center. 877-0525. We :j
THE, MIRACLES. Gainesville and he was the .are also'Interestedlaother J

FLORIDIANS AROUND NEW YORK. ? Mary Hughley(for- Judge workers that put in'the kill civil and denied rights locations.'for" sub:' enterS. "]
Pensacola Fla.) 264 W llth St. NYC chatting about *
merly of ( I"'" :<17" -
'them bonds, and they had togo POSTPONMENT OF MEETINGThe l
her good friends, George and Ruth Johnson. (He's a US Army to a higher court in orderto The Opera showmobile is an ex-
Sgt. in Vietnam) . Willis(Gatortail ) Jacksonandhis band receive bonds. Miami in in which we can Better Business Bureau :
at Count ,Basle's Club in Harlem record breaking .. Mary Mayor Chuck me opera to people of th e Community Relations
jones Johnson(Miami's own) hair stylist working at "Castor The point that I am makingis County Park afford to attend Board bad scheduled to'meet lat
Hairstyles" Shop on 145 St. and Edgecombe Ave . Her father that the denial for bond on ," said Dr. dl the center on Thursday and :.:
is the well known Mose Jones of White Plains N. Y, her a misdemeanor charge was scenes from Friday, May 9 and 10, to hear
uncle Is Rev. Sam Jones of the White Plains "Holy Church of denied and a misdemeanor is operetta Die hope to present more complaints from citizens "
Christ," Warren Ave. . Nathaniel Bowman getting rich with like having a traffic ticket and Dade's new programs. in all areas about housing. Due to the
real estate in NYC. Reach him at 357W 118th St., No. 44 . going to court and paying your 7:45 p.m., County" said Mayor weather (rainy) themeeting '
Jack Reeves deep at work with Civil Rights, (resides at 879 fine. We not,only had Negroesto Olinda Park, the show- was postponed until another '
Columbus Ave.) He's the son of Pensacola's realty big man, vote for him, we had Negro 51st Street. has been extensively time.
Eddie Reeves, 1601 W Hatton. . Fannie Hall of Sarasota organizations to endorse him. we consider the Sa
Fla. (2418 Dixie St.Newtown)in New York enjoying a two week Now where do we get on or get costume The and 20 program the of- Charles North, ,reporter
vacation with her daughter, Mrs. Zollie Clark, of 165 W. 112 off? When are we going start ." J
Street . Smokey and the Miracles, "Beauty is only skin thinking together and stop is open to
deep. thinking of ourselves as an individual charge.

TEEN TALK AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY.. . Etta James or individuals and put Like a
new hit, "I got you babe"dedicated to pretty Pamela Farrington the community in front for a LIFE INSURANCEDoesn't
. Yvonne Bethel visiting Shaw University in Raleigh, change? Opera Guild
N. C. this weekend to watch: her boyfriend play basketball in the
the big homecoming game .' ? Laverne So lam glad I had a chance tc I ped with a Cost It Pays
Bethel to attend college In Miam1. .. This is Jimmie (Scoop) get this off of my chest in my ing and
Bethel saying, Time and,tide wait for no man.C-U-NX-WK. column and on my radio show the program 1
- I do hope that you will be do- suggested year life insurance benefit payments in :
ing what I am doing up until bring pillows amounted ,
Fair MasterMr. $12,000,000-
Grand more ,-
Appointed 4
the election. I will be talking seating
about how Important May 28th comfortable r
Lee F. Wooten, Supreme Negro populated states in the election will be to all of my
Grand Master of United States and in the Cari- friends and to each and every presario Mayor Dr.too.:0 than half, $5,200,000,000.99 were' for

Modern Free and Accepted bbean, with operations based person I will meet, rain or conceived payments. $6,800,000,000.00 was r
Masons of the World, Incor- in Nassau, Bahamas. It also shine I will always be a first mobile to "Living Policyholders" in the ,form
porated, Scottish Rite Affiliation has made specific contact in class citizen by voting. after "
announced the appointment West Africa and is in the process Your comments are appre was soon policy dividends, surrender, values, disa,1-,1

of T. Willard Fair to the of".!negotiating for a char- dated 4312 NW 7th Avenue. last fall. payments, mature endowments, and an ';
position of Grand Master of ter in that country,, payments.
Modern Free and Accepted The total scope of Modern
Masons of the World, for the Fr e e and Accepted Mason of .i i
State of Florida. the World's operation gives it Job INSURANCE DOESN'T COST IT PAYS
access of over 60,000,000 i
"The appointment of such a black people. A realistic goalis
young man, to this highly Im- to initiate more than 6,000- Featured OH BUILD UP A SAVINGS : I

portant position! ," accord- 000 members in the next four good. The THROUGH LIFE INSURANCE I
ing to MrWooten"Is keeping years. Each morning, beginning at
with the new image that masonry Ttegoal for the State of 10:25 a.m. WCKT-TV Chan- gins right
must project. The edu- Florida is 10,000 per year. nel 7, as a public service is movie, ;
cated an progressive young Fair feels that this can easilybe Including Job Opportunities a.m., and CENTRAL LIfE
Negro's potential for leader- accomplished. He stated, Wilson Griffith's Community tening
ship has been all but ignored. "building a strong economic Report. Along with Mr. segment of COMPANY
We feel that Brother Fair's base with, by and for Negroesis Griffith and Sally Milledge, port 1
training and foresight will be a the real key to power, and who handles culturalactivities a variety of
great asset to any organization. prosperity for the black man. in the Miami area, a Florida women in ...
We are indeed fortunateto Free masonry,and specifically State Employment Service featured. In & NORTH BOULEVARDTAMPA, FLA.
have him on our team." Modern Free Accepted (FS E S ) representative an- who for
Presently, Modern Free and Masons of the World is the vehicle Listener response to the come in to DISTRICT OFFICES STATEWIDE
, Accepted Masons of the World at the disposal of the daily listings has been very
cations of
incorporated is operating in black man to help him find his nounces jobs available in the announced
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CHICAGO.- The Reverend black p eo pie's slavery was tions in Job categories of the j
Jesse L.Jackson,National DIrector continued . and that it rep firm; increased advertising in
of Operation Breadbasket resents to this day, marginal black news media;retainer- LI '. 1
led a team of)5 ministers ad- .. " ;
wages and social segregation ,ships for black models In ; \ "
representing Breadbasket operations to the black community. vertising and purchase of k : x
In 28 cities In nego- Specifically the Minister's prime time from black disc t I
tiations with p. Lorlllard Committee demanded that Jockeys on the air waves. ,
Company The team met with Lorillard not only repent of its The proposals also incor- 4 1I
the tobacco Industry's fifth past practices but that it provide porated demands that the firmuse # c cF
largest firm Washington, Operation Breadbasketwith black construction firms
D. C. The tobacco giant's the informatioolt neededIn through contractual and sub-
sales totalled $594 million in order to prepare concrete contractual agreements.Rev. .
1967, a record year for sales proposals to which the company Jackson was assistedby F li
and profits. could respond.These requests Revs. William .Jone.s. pastor lh"9 ,. 1
Lorlllard's representativesat information Included,., of Bethany Baptist Churchin -
the negotiation wereB. the total number of Jobs In the Brooklyn, New York and Law Firm Gives Party For Childrtu 1
Lowell Jacobsen, Vice president firm, the number of black people Chairman of the greater New
for Personnel; Robert holding Jobs and the categories York area Operation Breadbasket The law firm of Mathews- children to see the lawyers about their school repsonsi- t
Spangler, Public Relations of employment and salaries and Rev. M. Lorenzo Braynon-Mapp provided a ,preparing the food and assist- bilities, community responsibilities 1
representative; Charles ster- Shepherd, pastor of Olivet party and dance for approximately ing the staff members In serv- and Job careers. "j t
ling, Administrative Assistant Lorillard was chastized by Baptist Church In Philadelphia 200 members and ing It.
o the General Sales Manager; the committee for the disre- : pennsylvaniaand chair neighborhood children at the Braynon stated that this was j
i and Robert Brown, President spect evident in its submission man of the Philadelphia Min- Carver YMCA, Saturday,.May There were informal group one In a series of programs
5f B & C Associates, a firm of incom{Iete Informationto ister's committee of Opera- 11, at 12:30 p.m. discussions by the lawyers as that the firm would provide for
retained by Lorillard to conduct the offices of Operation tion Breadbasket. the YMCA. i
U was. most satisfying to the they$ talked to the children Carver
part of Its public relations Breadbasket. 'J
throughout the nation.
The ministers demandedthat The ministers gave the firm
Lorlllard realize the fact one week to provide the infor- ,
that the practice of extracting mation concerning the Jobs;
profits from the black com- they also announced a meetingfor t
munity and I ea c i In g povertywas Monday, May 20,to be held
now at an end.Lorlllard's in Washington for purpose of \a w\ththe\ TAS"5says j
representatives were reminded presenting the Operation ;
that the tobacco Industrywas Breadbasket proposal for Increased 1\11' 1 I

the industry upon which, Jobs and better posi- j&C.o" !t 1t 1 I

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You might know this woman. working conditions. "\". .' ." :
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She has five children to sup : .
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port and she needed a Job.She campaign : BOB HAYES ,i
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ducted throughout the com- "
left high school in the 11th
grade and never learned a Job munity to sign 2,000 new members .,, ;I:'f!, of the DALLAS COWBOYS \
Membership in the Urban .
skill. But with determinationand '.'
ambition, ,she took a League starts at$1.00and ; : :' I'" 40'\ \'r .{ ", I .
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privileges.You .
provides "
many I'o < ,. ..
course to become an IBM keypunch ,c :' ., ,
will become part of an agency .,, !
operator. t
that is working improve mi- ",, :,. ",I r
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Later she found no one would nority group living conditionsby N3''H 3. : "I'' i
hire her, because of the lack .' :'::
our '
providing ;:;: .
of a high school diploma. Although programs for a better way "' '.... .; J !j).., ':' ;1 1J ,
she discouraged,' of life. By being on the mail- ,. .. t\ J.'f ''
she did not give Months ,, 'iI>>.'
up. .'
ing list you will receive cur- ; : :itr.
ago, this young lady had heard rent information about what (I
about the Urban League's Job Urban League 1 s doing In our ,.'
referral program and decidedto community.Your \ 4 t
call there. membership card
Since then, she has been means that you are helping In .
working at a good Job and is a positive way to contribute to S b r t., ,
now attending night school to the understanding and improvement r
earn her diploma. The man of racial problemsin
who guided this woman and her the community.

problem to a happy beginningis David Williams, Member- 4A
John Cummings of the Urban ship Campaign Chairman, has
League staff.Cummings is one stated that by the time the M1 '
of many trained staff mem- campaign ends on June 3, not )
bers, working to help peole only will the Urban League f i r
with problems in many areas, have reached the total of 2,000
like finding better Jobs and new members, but it will have 0::, yik y; 4q
housing. gone over it.
This success story, is just Clip membershipappli-
one of many.They Include people cation, enclose the membership
who have been helped and fee and mail It to anyoneof
are now being helped by Urban the neighborhood offices, or
League projects.One stop by at : 6740 NW 15th Ave,
of the most Important 3378 Douglas Road, 1338 All
efforts at Urban League now is Baba Ave.,or 536SW 12th Ave. Escapel) Come over to the mad mad taste of RC with Bob Hayes, winner of "
the success of the May Membership The main office Is located at two Olympic Gold Medals and now a pro football star for the Dallas Cowboys.
Drive. New membersare 395 NW 1st St., and the telephone
needed so the league can Is 3773681. The leagueis
continue to grow in its effortto buildiig for better opportunity 'Royal Crown"and"RC"arc trademark of Royal Crown Cola Co. R.Q. U.S.Pat.Off.

improve neighborhoods and ,



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Address:...............................................................:........0...... ,

TO THE DEALER Crown Cola lalonnon will red***|'hl" teupM In MOOT*.
In The j IMO with tonni o<==abort Coupon II good only on.... br.M.p..IR.d. Ouolomof -
mast p.y..y MI.! U".t and1 wual dopoolt. Caih rodonpUoit valuo 1of 1*.
PAIIDARI Miami, Florida -waver
General 0 $1.00 Active 0 $5.00

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Zion Baptist Church held their April Shower Fashion Tea, in of Mount Zion Baptist Church. ..
the Hibiscus room of Burdines April 27. Mrs. Rudolph Marks was chairman of the affair assisted by .", , j.
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Amid a setting of beautiful umbrellas, models paraded advanced Mrs. Iola Crawford as co-chairman. .q 'iff DOZ
Spring and Summer fashions. Mrs. Murray and Mrs.Richardson were presented with flow.
Soloists were Mrs.Valdez Murray and Mr.Arthur King, accompanied ers and Mr. King and Mr. Berrien were presented with umbrellas LONGRAIN
by Mrs. Lydia Richardson and Mr Linton Berrien. .
Guest were showered with door prizes. First prize a week Mrs. Crawford presented flowers from the members to their NICE MELONS AT FREDDY'S NOW,
end for two, donated by the Seville Hotel on Miami Beach, and president Mrs. Margaree Johnson and remarks were given
presented by their manager Mrs. Viola Snape, to Miss Lydia the pastor Rev. Edward T. Graham. PHOTOS BY GLAMOUR RICE S LB. 59t

Put More Negroes Into BusinessHumphrey I PILLSBURY

Addressing the conventionof last summer's riot,Humphrey the convention. ed that low subsidized loans-.
the African Methodist Episcopal said that putting more Ne- presemably government loan!
Zion church in Detroit groes into business is"an im* "It also means the right to -- might make it possible.'
Mich., Tuesday, Vice- in the .
portant nextstep" racial match wits on your own as a
His ghetto partnership proposal
President Hubert Humphrey field. proprietor," said Humphrey.
suggested that white businessmen was a high point In Humphrey's
"It means the right to ownership -
He said that until
in slum areas invite Negroes ." a
there was only one Negro automobile one-day d.riv into
in as federallysubsidized *
partners to help solve dealer in the entire Michigan, one of the five major
with 97 He said he would'i
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America's race problems.In industrial states be Is depend-
"Equal employment opportunity ' there are white businessmenwho
to him win the Dam i
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M neighborhood block Murray, representing the
clubs, which have the goal of State Welfare Division; and
improving the community Mr. Samuel Moncur, program
through citizens' Interest and director of'the' Liberty City

participation, will have their community council; .,,
monthly community forum this i
Sunday, at seven thirty p.m., The community is invited to
at the Grace Presbyterian this discussion program.Each
i Church, 6895 NW Fourteenth month there is a topic,vital to
Avenue. you as a citizen, discussed
Questions will be answeredat thoroughly by resource lead-
this meeting on the topic of ers in the community. Please
welfare. The following well- come and meet the citizens
qualified persons will serve as who are improving the com- <
the panelists; : Mrs Florida munity through block 'clubs. \
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The annual dance of the Zeta GUARANTIED fa; HELP
Phi Beta Sorority and the Phi
Beta Sigma Fraternity was
held on Friday, May 3, at the
Seville Hotel. During inter v

mission the new queen of Phi 0 _
Beta Sigma was introduced. :myp
For her diligence in helping 'fd
the cause Sigma speed on its

way, our queen, Mary Henry, rntfolj
will receive a 22-day trip to

Europe. Laurestine Gibson,
second prize winner will spenda HL . 1 1
weekend in Nassau,and Bar- [
bara Williams,third prize will 19L1 : IEM: L
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receive a beautiful watch. I, ,IhP'lie .G.ROWER, '1''So
Banners up in the contest were '

( Edith Robinson, Florence .,.
Nichols, Louise Berry and .
iVl lV i Pl B l fe HW' I B]
\t Jean Tyson. I .
Music for the occasion was r The Senior Citizens had two
furnished by Billie Rolle and guest speakers at their meet- WIGS
his orchestra.For brief span ing each Wednesday, Mr.Paul
the Noel Cruze Trio played a Moore of the Urban League
swinging session accompaniedby discussed better housing for
a female vocalist. An enjoyable Senior Citizens in the Urban
evening was had by all. Renewal Development, and I
Mr. Max Serchuk of the Dade
PHOTOS BY GLAMOUR County Senior Citizens, proposed
a cut in the busfare for
1, NW 7th
6011 Ave.
Senior Citizens to Metro. The 'o
meeting was of great interest ,

the United States Air Force in:
the summer of 1962. Miss
1HERE'S :iji, Jones is a 1965 graduate of
Mr. and Claudius George Washington Carver REPEAT Of A SELLOUT
Mrs. High School, and is presentlya I
PROOF YOU'LLLIKE 3erkeleous Jones, of 14230 II
Junior at Talladega College,
OUR PRINTING Graves Drive, Richmond Talladega, Alabama where she I H-ma"Hair
Heights, announce the mar- is Epistoleus of Chi Chapter of WIGLETSim $595

raige ofthetrdaughterLa- Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, I KOQ.. jZ//D VolucMC"WX '
Quality Job, Budget Price :Lea trice Vivienne Jones,tSgt. Inc. a Dean's List student,student .:.:.V.Wrf .VAV.W.V....AV..W.VAV.V.V.W.V.V.V.V.VAWAW.W.WiW..............WW.....VAyrt.
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U you are a school drop-out, ing program. While learningthe tion' of 30 "black" courses in as they rocked back and forthin
or a high school graduate un- Corps will provide room history, economics, govern- unison. Minutes later,
able to find or hold a'Job, anda and board, medical and dental ment, culture, art, and other Assistant Police Chief D. F.
young man between the ages care, clothing and spending allowance courses. Edwards returned with 25 policemen
of 16 to 21, the Florida State of$30.ooa month.Fore The students did nol(
Employment Service may be a c h month of satisfactory When the students appearedIn resist, but said they would not
able to help you. That help is service in the Job Corps an extra Dr. Stanford's office early leave voluntarily. They wen
later booked at the Coral
the Job Corps The Job Corps $50 a month will banked Tuesday, they were told Dr.
has a great program and is accepting in the Corpsman's name,to be Stanford was busy.UBS presi- Gables Jail.
applications now at the given to him when the course dent Harold Long of Daytona In a prepared statement,
said the UBS felt that the
Miami Opportunity Center, i s completed. In addition, an Beach, however, told the re- Long q'i '
245 SW 1st Street Trained allowance may be made out to ceptionist: "We'll wait all UM administration had neglected '- 1 -. '
his This amount mat- to install the curriculum -
Florida State EmploymentS day
e r v ice personnel will help ched by the Job Corps, will be asked by the Negroes or Observes Law Week I
to advise their leaders of
you decide 'which training sent home monthly. The students then sprawledout any
course is best for you. Maybe Don't pass up this chance to on the floor and the furni- definite effort to do so. Recently and in cooperationwith that there can be no real free-
your skill is auto-mechanics, Join the Job Corps; to learn a ture and started a portable the School of Law of the dom in the absence of law and
electronics, mechanical repairs skill; to help your family and record player they had brought Last week, the group asked University of Miami, the Gui: order and that open defiance of
clerical work, conservation yourself. Just asking questions along. that at least 200 Negro stu- dance Department of North the law will not solve anything.
electrical repairs will not obligate you to Join,but dents be admitted in the forth- Dade Junior High'School Much enthusiasm permeatedthe
Mj' !me Just a few. Register now it might open new way of life Dr. Stanford then came out coming undergraduate in brought the Law Week obser- group who made many inquiries -
so that you can be well on your Call Miami Opportunity Cen- and warned the students that U September and that 25 per cent vance to its pupils. A care- into how they might
way to being a useful and work ter, 377-2411, ask for Mrs. they persisted: they would be of the school be Negro in future fully planned and coordinated contribute toward a better so-

ing citizen. The Job Corps is Wesley . ask about the Job considered as trespassing. years. group guidance session ciety as Junior citizens.
a voluntary live-in train- Corps now. The students also were warn- brought student representatives -
ed by a university vice presi- They were told,however, of the legal professionwho Shown below at the left is a
I dent that they faced suspension that many of the items desired spoke on the theme,"Onlya student group attentive, the
Jobmobile LocationsThis
from school and arrest for were matters for academic lawful society can build a speakers, Mr. Kimler and Mr.
trespassing if they continued deans. Stanford also said onlya better society." Lee at the right. The student
is,where the. Jobmobile 430pmNW27thAve.
their sit-in. at the uni-
segregated policy seated at the table is Michael
is: and 54th Street. Vacant ser- Mr. John Lee and Mr.Lewis
20 7:30 vice station. versity would permit a quotato Kimler, second and first year Strickland, president of the
Monday, ,May a.m. Other officials, including
be used at the Coral Gables
\ at Dade
law Student
to 4:30 p.m. NW 27th Ave.and Coral Gables Police Chief students'respectively,
79 St.Northside Shopping Cen- Thursday, May23,730a.m.. William Kimborough, later school. sought to remind the pupils Junior High School.
to 4:30, NW 12th' Ave and" warned the students that they Stanford said believed
ter.Tuesday, May 21, 7:30 a.m. 54th St. Grandway. faced arrest. Kimbrough told that strong outside influencehad
to 4:30p.D.! NW 17th Ave.and Friday, May 24, the students that unless they been used on the students, 5 yr. Service
46th St. 4:30 p.m. NW 17th Ave.and71 broke up the sit-in, he would but UBS leaders denied the ale Guarantee ELECTROLUX

Wednesday, May22,7:30 Street. send his men.American legation. RECONDITIONED

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I"+, '!!'i1j"t ttaa IJ Metro Might Take Over

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__u_ ,_. --" '.-.....- Poverty Program
Fourteen Floridians from tlans and Jews. The NCCJ Is captains, a clergyman, sev-
law enforcement agencies and sponsoring the 14th annual institute eral agency executives and 'that Metro could do a better job Economic Opportunity DI-
community and religious with Michigan State several law enforcement of- A recommendation was in running the controversytorn vision within his office to be
groups will be Institute dele- University, with the Interna- ficers involved in community made by County Manager Por- poverty program Dade. headed by a special assistant,
to the National Instituteon tional Chiefs of ter Homer on Monday to takeover -
gates Police Association relations programs for their Homer noted, in a report toy, to him.
poll c community Relations and other lawenforcement municipal departments.Frank the Dade poverty pro- commissioners, that more Besides the county commis-
at Michigan State Uni- groups. gra m from the Economic Op- than half of the local war on sion acting as policymakers,
versity, May 19-24, East portunity Program Inc. -- the poverty Is administered by federal law calls for estab-
Lansing, Michigan, It was an- The Institute, which com- J. Magrath, regional agency that has run It since agencies other than EOPI lishment of an Administering
nounced. The delegates are attending mences Sunday, features top director for the Florida Region Its beginning In 1965. through contractual arrangements Board with no more than 51
the Institute on NCCJ executives from the United of NCCJ, and a workshop Homer said the proposalwas with EOPI. members.One .
scholarships. States and several foreign leader at Michigan State Uni- only "preliminary and third of the board, at
Making the announcement countries, will be participating versity, will head the group tentative,".indicating that he, He said that the Head Start least, would have to be repre-
was Judge C. Clyde Atkins and In the week-long Insti- which includes T. Willard wanted the opinions of many program for youngsters is sentatives of the poor;another,
Richard F. Wolfson, co- tute. Fair, executive director of the other Individuals and groups administered by the School one-third public officials;and,
chairman of the Florida Region Participants from FloridaIn Greater Miami Urban League; before acting on the recom, Board and the major medical the remaining third most con-
,Board of Governors, Na- the National Institute Include Lieut. Leroy A. Smith, Miami mendation.He effort is operated by the Dade sist of representatives from
tional Conference of Chris- : 1 sheriff, two policeed. Police Dept. Health Department. private' groups and interest,
has sent copies of the Homer's tentative proposal such as officials of business,
recommendation to mayors of calls for the creation of an industry, labor, religion,etc.
I St. Pete Strike 'In 10th DaySaint all of.Dado's municipalitiesthe -

School Board, Gov.Claude,
Kirk and EOPI officials for:
Petersburg's 211 gar- ." He outlined what he call The strikers organized as their consideration,
bage workers most of them, ed a conspiracy of some sort The Young Men's ProgressiveClub. A public hearing has been set STOP
Negroes, went on strike May 6 by some young militants Their legal representative for 3 p.m. June '4 at the Court-
as a result of talks over pay among the predominantly Ne- Attorney James San- house.
raises, and up to Tuesday gro garbage men. He said derlin, a Negro, said, "Absolutely Dandruff
there was no sign of negotia- some of the people he term- no one in this group Is a "We place considerable -* Itching Scalp4ThinningHair
tions between the city and the ed agitators were of the member or l has anything to do significance on the public
men. "beard variety" or lined with with any groups whatsoever hearing as a means of receiving -
Seven new trucks, most of the Student Nonviolent Coor- which are identified with the Information to guide the
them manned by newly-hired dinating Committee."I so-called black power move- Metro Commission In its final lP' &f7
dec i s i o We I,
n. encourage
do not think it
whites, were put In service was any ment. -
Homer said. I ,I lI 1'71
Tuesday by the city.Seventeen particular group, although sponses, F t Y 1 -;f.JefQtllt :-
of a normal complement of there appears to be some outside "It is highly irregular for "Dade County Is vitally interested I ) ,
about 40 trucks were on the agitation from some- the city administration or even in a continuation of
streets. where, although we haven't located the city council for it to say the the many new programs aimedat <<;J'AIt nlUIII/l>>H'VtI

City Manager Lynn Andrewsand it," Andrews said in an with situation any outside has anything movements to or do breaking ,the cycle of'poverty y..l
other officials disregarded interview."I and we look forward to a
the warnings of the city's think part of it Is the forces, Sanderlin said. dialogue that will result in a >>tt"
Community Relations Com- overall picture nationwide to The demands of strikers community consensus as to the DEEP PENETRATING
mission, and attempted to rebuild hit the utilities," said the city have not been meet, and the future of community action KURASQL
the sanitation depart- manager. "The city police are strike has not been settled this programs," he added.

ment with new faces.Andrews Investigating it thoroughly." mid-week. The commission has the op- KU R B 5 0 L
fired all the 179 strikers when lion of naming itself,the pres-'
they stopped work. ent EOPI board or a completely -
The strike started just one new group to administer the. SATISFACTION IIMMTEID-OI HOMEY lACK
month after the ending of the program. Sabrosot' Laboratories, P.O. Box 62, N.W. Branch
65-day's strikeIn Apparently, Homer feels 6915861Mr. Albert' Abrams, National Representative ...
MemphisTeon., and racial
boycotts have been threatened. '
Marvin Davies, state field
director of the NationalAsso- ..YIW.fK.eww
ciation for the Advancement of -Mq1
Colored People, has threatened -
to boycott the downtown DOES EVERYTHIHQI! '

businesses If the "
local Cham- : .IW.1. I
ber of Commerce doesn't back Sews ii Zl filers, a.f/! V II I Il

off from supporting Andrews' Buttons, Sups, M- rasNioIs. l,
action in firing the strikers. : EaViUeri, .

The city-appointed Com- lIeZIIS, lara a/ !

munity Relations Commissionin tlllU Will .actc- i I'' '
St.Petersburg has urged the ictin ittttkneitEASY g 't; N rrll
city to resume serious talk TERMS '.'
with the strikers there. AfBEY DOMESTIC AC lr DD

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"This Is notracial matter" 625-1261
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problem and the Community l- / HOME DEMONSTRATION ;= .
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business getting Involved." _

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20 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday i May .171 1 1968

.4 r" Robinson of 2132
Clarence Gaitor of 1828m' NW 66th St.. died May 11 in

; .1" CARDS MEMORIALS> DEATHS 67th St., died Thursday, MaY; Christian Hospital.She is survived -

10'He is survived by his wife< by two daughters,,Ollle

Olivia; two son; two daughters Wright, Genla! Monroe; three

; seven grandchildren;two sons Lewis, Jimmie and Thero;

sisters ; two brothers. Ser- nieces, nephews, grandchild-
IN IN MEMORIAMIn vices will be conductedSaturday reand and great grands. Ser-

t; May 18, at IDa.m.inHoly; will be held
I loving memory of vices Thursday,
and Cliff Baker
'I, In sad but loving memory of Mr. Mrs.
and and Mrs. Earl J. Ed- _. ".' '-..__- ..... Redeemer Catholic Church May 16, in Mt.:Calvary Bap-
mother sister Mr. '
our daughter ..
:. ..: .
tist Church at 4 Remainswill
and aunt, wards wish to express our i- ; George Jackson of 1119 NW p.m.
gratitude and sincere thanks to 58th Ter., died recently.He is! be shipped Dawson; ,Ga.,
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M1,3 his wife for final rites.
all our friends for your kind r ejs. -- survived by Mary;

considerations and thoughtfulness Mr. Clarence A. Gaiter Sr, two brothers. Services will be< Lelia Collins of 1519 NW 60

shown during the passingand of 1828 NW 67th St., died May conducted Saturday, May 18,at St., died May 13 in Christian

I burial of 10, at 5 p.m. after a long illness 4 p.m. in St. Matthew Freewill Hospital. She Is survived by

MR. LEVIE BAKER He is survived byhi Baptist Church.l four brothers JohnJames,

s. wife Olivia Gaiter, two sons Price and Roosevelt Lawson;
M of Fort Pierce, Florida, the Jonathan and Clarence Gaiter William Scavellaofl431NV two sisters Maggie and Lizzie;

brother of Mr.Cliff Baker,and Jr., two daughter s Olive 41 St., died May 13.He is survived three daughters Susie, Mary,

uncle of the Edwards' family. Knowles, and Clair Mair by three daughters;four and Fannie. Services will be

Your prayers, florals,tele- Gaiter, two sisters Mrs.Helen son; 18 grandchildren; two< conducted Friday, May 17 In

grams, cards, and other,,acts Moss and Myzie Archer, two great grandchildren. Services Seventh Day Adventist, at 2
of kindness will ever linger in brothers Frank and Willie ot will be conducted Saturday, P.m.

our memory. Special appreciation I.. Nassau, seven grandchildren, May 18, at 12 noon in Corpus
to the clubs and ------- Infant girl Price of 1422 NW
many ,and a h o s t of other relatives: Christie Catholic Church
Sororities for their expres- MRS. VICTORIA WARD and friends Arrangements 1st Ave., died May 12 In Jackson -

.. sions, and also to the many who passed to the great beyond are incomplete. Lerry Jacksonveteranilongshoreman Memorial Hospital. Sur-

friends who motored to Fort May 22, 1959. of 6910 NW 6th vivors Include mother Shirley.

MARGIE G. BLATCHwho Pierce for the final rites. Now it waits for us above Ct., died inOpa-lockaGeneral Arrangements are incomplete -

departed this life May 16, Again, we thank all of you,and Resting in the Saivor's love HOUSE OF ALBERT Hospital, May 13. He is sur- .

1966. may God bless all of you. Jesus grant that we may meet vived by his wife Florence;two
Two has passed since Thurmon Brooks, 16341NV
there brothers one sister one stepchild -
you slipped away from us. The Baker and Edwards' Adoring at Thy feet. 17th Ct., OI -loeka, died May ; five; step grandcbild-; Pythian Grand.

Leaving us with tearful ,eyes Family. 7. Among survivors are two ren. Services will be conducted -
and weary hearts.But there is sons, Thurman Jr., and R. C,.
Miss Lottie Ward Monday, May 20, at 2 p.m.
I, r always comfort in knowing that IN MEMORIAMIn Mrs. Mable I. Daniels Brooks; daughters Thelma in the chapel Lodge Session
< j there's an open gate at the end Mrs. Margueritte W. Davis Pierce and Joanne Brooks; father -
'j of the road through which each loving memory of our beloved Garfield; one brother
Mrs. Cleomie Bloomfield Mrs. Lizzie Mae Harvey of
7 must go alone, and there in a brother-in-law Garfield Jr., three sisters Set For MayGrand
daughters and 15720 158th
grandchildren. NW St. Rd. Opa-
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light we cannot see our Father ------L .. ,. u. Alice Gray, Helen Dixon,,
locka died Monday May 13.
claims his Opla Lawrence grands
own. ; ;; Chancellor, R.A.
She is survived by a son Ronaldone
IN MEMORIAM nieces and nephews. Remains sister one brother Ser- Driesbach, of Port St.Joe will
Sadly missed ru we reshipped to Adrian, Ga. ; ;
o : vices will be conducted on Sa- convene the Grand Lodge
.,' Mrs. Carnetta Blatch and The family of the late Mrs. Addle Lee Frazier, Knights of Pythians andGrand
+ turday, May 18 in Mt. Zion
\' \ Family MR. WILLIAMHUNTwishes 2130 W 4th Ct., Hialeah, died Baptist Church. Court o f Calanthes,Jurisdic-
it'J' .- r to take this method of May 9, Among survivors are tion of Florida at their 79th

c expressing their sincere husband William; four daugh- Grand Lodge session May 19-

-, IN MEMORIAMIn gratitude to their many friendsfor ters Reatha Garvin, Lila Gar- Little Kevin Lakieth Beas- 22, at Petersburg.Host
such diligent support and vin Cornelia ley of 8831 NW 14th Ave.,was
memory of our dear Betty Manning, Lodges will be W. B. Burney
-hA understanding during their bereaved Miller; three sons Nathanieland accidentally killed by an auto- No. 105 and Sparking Beauty

motherMRS.. EVA DAVIS hours. Stebbins Fuller, Johnnie mobile on Thursday, May 9. No. 81. Calanthe Courts host-
The many florals visits and Frazier four sisters one He is survived by his mother ing wUl be Sunshine 105
who departed this life May 16, ; ; Court#
1966. : : 'i: messages of condolences were brother. Services Thursday, Mary; his grandparents and and Pride of St. Petersburg
great sources of strength in a great grandparents. Services
Her life Is beautiful memory in the chapel. #81.
Tier deeds on earth was always -,-- time of sorrow.A Mrs. Rose Cooper 10440SW were conducted Wednesday, Guests will be Supreme
note of thanks is 15 at 4
blessed. LEO H. MCDONALD special 182nd St., Perrine, died May May pminthechapel. Chancellor R. A. Hester,Dal-

Silent Is ,ber voice, so tender known extended to the House of Al ,13..Among'survivors' are three las, Texas, Judge B. L.Hooks,I
better as (Mack) died bert'for their excellent assistance -
and sosweet daughters illi Rosa Supreme Worthy Coun-
e King, Richard pierce of 2000 NW
May 14, 1967, and was laid to and
Lost is her love that each of us rest May 20, 1967 but not guidance. Parks, Annie Sears; two sons 55th Ter., died May 13. He is selor, Dr.George W.Gore,Jr.
seek. forgotten. Sleep on. Willie joe and Emmett Parks;; survived by two sisters;a brother President of A & M University -

She Is gone but all he kindness CARD OF THANKSThe 13 grands; ten great grands; -in-law. Arrangementsare and Rev.Y. B. Bruce, Pen-

and her sweetness still two nephews Services Friday incomplete. sacola.
Sadly missed by
lingers with us. We know that Bertha Rice and Gilbert family of the late May 17, at 11 a.m. in Perrine Rev. Bruce will be the guest

life is like a mist of dew,soon Families chapel. speaker at the Memorial Ser-

to vanish away. MR. ROBERT (Bob) WIGGINS Earnest Harper, 3766 Grand Mrs. T helm a Everett of vice on Sunday evening in the

May her soul rest in peace wishes to take this method to Ave., Coconut Grove, died 3220 NW 51 St., died May 13. Mt. Zion Progressive Baptist

and light perpetual shine upon THANK YOU thank their many friends for May 13. Arrangements Incomplete She is survived by her husband Church Judge Hooks will ad-

the cards, flowers, telegrams, Among survivorsare Johnnie; four sons; two daughters dress the public meeting on
Sadly missed by: The family of and sincere acts of kindness mother Mrs.Sadie Harper ; one sister; six brothers. Monday night at Friendship

Mrs. Mary H.Smith,daugh- shown to them during their and two sisters. Final rites will be conductedin Baptist Church Both pro-

ter Mrs. Dorothy A.Slaughter MR. PHILIP T.HILTONwish moment of sorrow. May God Cairo, Georgia. grams are scheduled for 7:30:
Richard McPhee died in the
daughter Mr. James A. Holt ,
bless each and everyone of you.
son, and Mrs. Lizzie Johnson, to express our sincere Krestview Nursing Home, May p.m.General Business Sessionswill
thanks and gratitude to friends 13. Arrangements are in-
Florence Wiggins and be held for the
mother and family and neighbors for flowers,let- complete. There are no survivors Robert Lee Everett of 3250 PythiansIn
family the Masonic Hall for the
ters, telegrams, and cards NW 48th St., died May 13. He
r Grand Court of Calanthes in
CARD OF THANKS during our bereavement. Mrs. Viola Leslie, 1145 NW is survived by his parents Mr.

Special thanks to Mrs.Bea- IN MEMORIAMIn 4th Ave., Apt. 1, died May 6. and Mrs. Robert Everett; two the Friendship BaptistaChurch
The family of the late Services were held Saturday brothers; five sisters; other The Uniform Rank
trice Eve for her kindness. sad but loving memory of
from Mt. Zion Baptist Church relatives. Final rites will be will meet in the PallbearersHall
Rahmings Funeral Home
MRS. MARY FAISON for his friendly service. Survivors include one sister conducted in Cairo, Georgia.BAIN'S ; and the Dramatic Order,

wish to thank everyone for the Thanks to Father Lambert Mrs. Johnnie M. Travis; one Knights of Omar will meet at

many cards, letters, tele- Sands for his comforting brother Willue Forman, -.- the Masonic Hall. Headquarters -

grams, flowers, food, and words. May God bless all of a friend Joe Harris. and registration will beat
visitations during the long illness Jordon Park Community Cen-

and passing of our mother you. Jimmie Lee Austin, 3330 ter, 2240 9th Avenue South.

and wife.Thanks NW 48th Ter., died May.Ser- Infant Features of the confab which
Mrs. Hilda Bullard sister Girl Leona Moss, the
were held from
to the Jackson Memorial Saturday will be attended by over 500
daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Rev. and Mrs.
Hospital i staff for out- Friendship Baptist Church.
Knights and Calanthes will be
H. W. Moss
of 553
Hilson, nephew Survivors NW 16th St.
wife Ruthie
standing services rendered. Florida an Oratorical Contest for the
"Also Mae two sons Jimmie Jr and City, died May 9, at
Rev. and ; ,
P.J.Curry con- Jackson Hospital. Graveside juveniles on Sunday at 3 p.m.
gregation and the Range Fun- James Wayne; one daughter services in the Friendship Baptist
were held
eral Home for their efficient THANK YOU Paulette; three aunts. 3 p.m. at Paradise Tuesday Memorial at Church A colorful street

services Gardens other survivors are parade at 5 p.m on Monday,
Nathaniel Faison, husband The family of AlexSangster 2312 NW71stSt. four brothers and sisters. May 20; King & Queen Reviewon

Mary Denham, daughter ., died May 6. Services were Tuesday night, May 21 at
> held
Mattie Wilborn, daughter JAMES F. PERTHONE f,:, ...#!1",, /' Saturday from First De- the Topper, the Grand Ball anda
.II "J liverance
Floreen Moore, daughter Church of Godin Darryl Lamon Fredrick, of series of banquets.
,> Nancy Davis, daughterIN wishes to express thanks to MRS. FLORA E. STRACHANwho Christ. Among survivors are 3847 Charles Ter., died May
our many friends for cards, departed this life May 7, wife Katrenia; five sons Alex 12 at Variety Children's Hospital -
telegrams, florals and all acts 1964. Jr., Lorenza, Dana, Michael Among survivors are SCLC BENEFIT DANCE

MEMORIAMIn of kindness rendered duringour Gone, but forgotten. May and Rodney; mother Millie; his mother and father Robert The Greater Miami Chapter

bereavement. her soul rest in peace and light two sisters Callie and Mattie; and Diann, his grandparents, of the Southern Christian

sad but loving memory of perpetual shine upon her four brothers John, Leonard, and other relatives. Services Leadership Conference will

our beloved mother and grand- Special thanks to Kelly's James and Earl; mother-in. will be held Friday at 4 p.m. present a Psychadelic MoodDance
mother, Chapel Methodist Church, law Estoria Cooper. from the
Edwin W. Strachan,husbandand chapel. Thursday, March 23,at
Rev. p. S. Brown choir and
family the Sir John Knight Beat Club.
IRENE M. INGRAHAM usher boards Christian Fellowship Jake Ponder, 12030 SW 220
The dance will feature the 10
who departed this life on May Baptist Church, WOMAN ARRESTEDA Goulds, died May 6. Remainswere
Uniques Band from the Four
:. !4, 1955. Liberty Lodge # 1052 and King 37-year-old Miami woman shipped Thursday night CfJlRdrlqU2, 682 NW 10th Ambassadors Hotel and other
f May she rest in peace and Edward Lodge #8908 was arrested Monday by to Moultrie, Ga., for final rites ., died May 8. Graveside entertainers.
4+, lit perpetual shine upon her. police for fatally shooting her and burial. Survivors include services at Lincoln be Admission will
Cemetery $2.00. and will be
Mr. and Mrs. HaroldSandi- common-law husband on a wife, Mary, mother Sally; two was held Tuesday
afternoon used
Ingraham and Walker lands, daughter and son-in- sidewalk outside their apart- brothers Rev. C. L. Ponder of Survivors include representativesto
a close the
Poor Peoples' March on
families law. ment. Moultrie, Ga. and Herman. friend Mrs. Estell
Gatson Washington May 26.


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It never falls.Every year I reactivate my ulcers, sinus and :t:;'

arthritis In an effort to send flowers to my wife and mother on 'e4 ..;.;,:.:
Mother's Day. Last Thursday I dialed a number a sweet pur- .w......,
ring voice answered: "Tulip Gar dens,may I help you please?" :::.::.::.;.:....

"Yes, I would like to have two orders of roses shipped, one t By ALBERT WELLINGTON COOKE
local and one out of State.""Allrlghtsir," she answered, "Do ?
you have an account with us?" "Yes," I answered with my
best control for I know whats coming. 'atb your name
Sir?" "Robbie Brayboy," I say. "Is that"R"as In run?" "R This Is my Father's world. rye got all of heaven working
for me Whom ten shall I fear.The Lord Is the strength of
Is correct I growl. "Do my
as in run you spell your first name
with two B's or one?" "Two. "Thank You." life. I cansaybeyondashadowofa doubt. This is our Father's
"Now Brayboy/ thats "B" as In boy?" "it is B-r-a-y-

b-o-y," I spelled. "Thank you,Sir.""Now where and to whom
I trust In
man may be, for it is by his good-
does the local order go?" By now my nose begins to dilate and
ness that continue
we along our though it may make him
Is a clam wetness in the palm of
there my hands. With
sad,to see the way we live. His-arms are always and he
measured calm I gave the name and address of the local order. open
constantly says, "I forgive, I forgive." Father forgive them
turned out to be disastrous. She
This informed
promptly me
for they know not what
they do. This is our Father's world.
that their company had a Broward Branch in Hollywood and
',: Though it may often seem different.tTherels that law of na
inquired as to why did I not order from that Branch insteadof :
ture which is essence states,if you are good to me Fll be good
the Miami office. Just as promptly Itold her that all of
my to Then
you. you'll good to naturally rUbe good to you.
transactions with the company orginated in the Miami office
So it continues
in circle
a round and round like our Father'sworld.
and I couldn't care less about where the flowers were deliver. .

ed from, nor what office collected the account. Then to top it ',: 4rTi *w

all, during the lengthy discussion she had not written the Hol- We have sung the song . mold me and make me after
lywood address down. So calling upon all that Is calm withinme r ;:' thy will.' It is his will that we be free to choose, free to do.
I told her to just forget the local shipment and try our luck "t'. Free to discover all that he has provided, free to discover

with the out of state one. This got off on the worse possiblefoot ...''j., '" r. ' love as he himself loves an Is loved. Man could have

since she did not know how to spell Savannah. After ten .....:"l44. : been programed to do God's will.No provision had to be made
minutes of letters as in this and that we finally came to the - - for thought or question. Machines don't questions.This is

agreement that all was correct and the flowers would be delivered perhaps why they are effective.They are programmed to doa

in Savannah on Saturday morning. I hung up the phone.Or agef1ttltt job according to set procedures. This they do without those

more truthfully I flung it down so hard I'm sure I heard qualities which make us human. However,this is Our Father's

something crack. I reached for my nicotine sticks and lit the and World, and he loves and esteems us above all else, and gave
Mr. Mrs. Adam G.Wil- ami and will graduate from
filter end. Now I knew this was justnot my day. In a profound liams and man dominion; gave his soul worth and valve; and gives him
(A. G. Bettye Carey Marymount in Tarrytown New
effort to bring myseUback into some semblance of order I dispatched the opportunity to search to discover perhaps that everythinggoes
Wms.) announce the York 29 with a
on May major
engagement ,
myself to the kitchen cablnett where I keep the liquid of their daughter Antonia in psychology. to prove but one thing .
grapes. Before I can get a glass out my whole being is assaulted -Cousin
Dejaris to Mr.Howard V.Gary Mr Gary will graduate from
with the cantankerous sound of a door about to be brokenin
son of Mrs. Arie Gary of Mi Moorehouse College to Atlanta -
and the loud shins of "Senor Senor
come quickly, open ami. June 4, where he is now Color-Black & White T. V. & Stereo Service
the door! Very much alarmed I rush to the door and there is
majoring in physical science.
Buck jumping up and down and incoherently yowling the effect Miss Williams is a graduate The wedding is planned for FOR SALE: T. V.s, Stereos & Furniture
that someone is bringing something home. "Calm down
of Immaculate Academy of Mi- 8th.Mlrph
June .
you fugitive from Mexican dog pound," Isay. "What is wrong _$5.00 Down Delivers
with you?' "Who is bringing whom home?" lask. "Cecil and
Ted Lowe they are bringing the pup home." "Well, don't see Robinson And New "

any reason for you to be so emotional just because your son

is coming home,' I say in my most soothing manner. "Senor AME Bishops; Cousin Loses
you do not understand," he says pleadingly. Cecil has him by 425 E. 9th ST. HIALEAH
the head and Is going West, Ted Lowe has him by the tail and Rev. J. D. Robinson of son, 67;Rev.Harold McDonald
is going East." It did not take long for me to get the picture of Washington, D.C.andRev. Nelson, 5; Rev. S. M. Peck,4; PHONE: 8886011All

Just what was happening to that poor little pup. I arrived on the Henry W. Murph of Los An- Rev. A. J. Reddick, 10; Rev. applications written at your home '.
scene to find exactly what Buck had described. I disengagedthe geles, California, were elect Walter White, 10.
victim to the consternation of Cecil and Ted Lowe. But I ed ibishops at the'African

know this is one dog who will always be my friend for savinghis Methodist Episcopal Church
life. Even now the look In his eyes attests to an everlasting General Conference in Philadelphia 2ND

devotion. Anyway after taking the pup from Cecil and Ted this week.

Lowe (they are our four and three year olds respectively. Tedis The Florida candidates got _
named for his grandfather Theodore Lowe that is why he is the following votes: Rev. S.A. ANNIVERSARYSALE r&

called Ted Lowe) my troubles had just begun. It seems that Cousin, 118; Rev. Ira D. Htn-,_. .
someone told them that the pup belonged to each of them and

not to the two. After much yelling and copious tears we final- Carver LAt

ly settled the matter by agreeing that Cecil could be lord and .
master in the a.m. and Ted Lowe in the p.m. We had decided "

that the pup would be named Topper inreference to one of our Ranches $1tU J.aa, $ItU At j.aa, \; '.,
previous pups. Upon hearing this Buck went into another of his

war dances. "Every man is entitled to name his son after News 1/, M'G od A tU9hf ; / .
him," he growled, "He shall be called Buck the second or I J
will take him back to the old country with me. We shall leave By Walter Bow.

you Senor?" Nov I know how stubborn this mongrel can be soI 9'tn t4eeAe2aa
The V. F. W, Post No. 8195
have to call upon all of my resources to get the best of him.
will hold its rgular meetingon
"Well," I say, "I am sorry that you feel this way and that you
Sunday May at 6
threaten to take such drastic action against us. However, you Members please be present.p.m. FREENECKLACE MRS. HARVEY
know there Is warrant for arrest in Mexico
an outstanding your Don't miss the Fish Fry on Saturday -
and it's back to the dog pound for you and the same thing for night at the post homo PORTRAITOR

the pup. Besides I'll have to drink all of my liquid grapes 4816 Pembroke Rd.There will
alone In fact I think Pllhaveaglass now." "Senor," he said, be refreshments. Conch flitters KEY CHAINOF
"You drive a hard bargin, but as the man said, "What's in a also. THE LATE

name Briefs?" from a long fingernail. . Mr. and Mrs. Rambo taking Post New No.members 8195 this joining year VFW are 2k %Mti& JLtiUi Jtity, tt.

it easy at Pinders Bar Grill The Happy Timers Club Is James Hall, James Trotter,
very aptly named they really have a rocking time, Mrs. Naomi Clarence White, Lee Durium, ON ANY WIG, WIGLET OR FALL

Owens is president Mrs.carrie Devon treasurer. .. The King Wllford White, Narman Hart, //i',..,, .."" ''.".,........". i'HI'1)t( ''! )';, ft.<,.:\,''' Mm: ");l><:'!J/'"
brothers (Issac and Ralph) men of many years experience in Richard ; :' <(, :;: ""_:
Lee, Glascoe Allen, J.i' : (.r; 10'0';' &JJ"
the their know how to WIGS'; ; .:. ',v' 70 tJU'M" .''H' :: $15'5
Hotel and Lounge business are bringing John It\ '"" ... .. :
our town. They are on the "Strip" just off 56th . Mr. and Glover Payne Gluey, ,George and David Barber Mer-, " ..''.,. ,"");,",:'"" .;I_.': "." ,",''.".,'iI<'f 1 r,[:" 1tJ.leJ';' ''","'.'X" ,'t:..':Hi,,. '''*-.:,'';,'""*,AiVA',, ',I- ';,' ..,...*,':(f1 /

Mrs. Al Bryant and Mildred James were covering the strip Saturday ritt, all of West Hollywood.Steve . .. .. ,',',., II:., \, " J ,,\"1J''

last . That's thirty for this time till next time . Marshall of Hlaleab. WIG1ETS '. -: 100% HUMAN HAIR' ... $5951 :
remember to get your Times from ( Cunningham The CharmettesClub will
and Smilin Brothers Grocery in Hollywood. Buy the Times. have their Friday night this

weekend at the South Broward ';" \ . '. .' ...,1: '.\ "
FALLS I" ** t\) > !'. %'jjjii"SPECIAL" '. )' .J'! )\, $2'a 95'
Post is Sf \
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Merchants who advertisein invited. Plenty of refresh ._.>;. 1i.&l" .I'TJ.11'U'lf: ;.." .. ,' }," ,!).r.\:(:. .!6'fi

Post No. 8195 members in

the V. A. Hospital are Walter
The Miami Times are Powell of SW 26th St. Glover


telling they appreciated 4B.The REGARDLESS WHERE YOU PURCHASE IT.
you twin sisters,Willie Bell

business with and Annie Bell,Watson of Lake
City, would like to thank their THE WIG PROFESSIONALSHARVEY'S

father and mother, Rev.and

you. They are courteous, Mrs. O. W. Foster, for their WIGS
lovely surprise birthday partyon .
where May 1, at their home 2771
dependable. Shop NW 26th St. Ft. Lauderdale.Mrs. .
4419 NW 17
Annie B. Watson would AVJL\ .

you are appreciated! like to thank for his her surprise husband at Nathaniel the .6339378r t':, fiJi.J R".

party Again we say thanks.

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> I 22( THE MIAMI TIMES', "Friday," ifray< 17,196b; ,' 1
'.. .I , At St. James
\ r Annual Men's Day
: t I < 1R; ''' 4 '04". -
*kliSi; S Mr. Waymon Plummer and
41 _.t" tl :' Our theme;'"Life is a'lad- annual Beach Picnic Sunday,

'/. t' !..' fi a der every step we take is May 19, at Haulover Beach all
I "
; / either up or down. The men

{" *,ni : are forever striving upward.We day.We would like to thank the
; know that this Men's Day Washingtonand
"l. 'J( pastor Rev. Leroy
4 will be successful because of
1. David Williams for
$.: : 1// : our chairmen, and hardworking
,I rAACi lending us a helping hand,while
V men of our church Men's
at the
our pastor was general
wiH Day, Sunday, May 26. conference and are also glad

that he is back with us again.C .
! h o 1 r No.Two and Greater

i : Bethel Gospel Choir, contest
will end Sunday night after
( out and witness
service. Come
q -
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', < these two wonderful choirs
( <"N in the battle of songs. We will
BROTHER WILLIAM be looking for a full house,be-
BURROUGHS Cochairmanson cause each church member
,.:) of Greater New Macedonia will represent their choir.

'",' Baptist Church Choir No. Two will have a
Mr. Dallas Stroud and Male night of games and fun at the

.',1 New Macedonia To Celebrate Chorus wish to thank the many home of Mr. George Sweet,

fll.., male chorus of local churchesfor 1850 NW 38th St., Friday, at
;, {\ Pastor's 6th making both Thursday 9 p.m. May 17. Come out and
.4 Anniversary
night and Sunday afternoon a help your choir in'their con

successful musical program. test efforts, so that you will be

The officers and memberswillbegtncelebrating On Sunday at 3 p.m. 1 Rev.. BROTHER DALLAS STROUD Mrs. Doris Williams i and well represented Sunday night

: our I. H. Readons and congregationof chairmanOur August-ites thank you for when the contest end.

Pastor's Sixth Anniversary on William Chapel Freewill morning speaker is making their annual Mother's The sick and shut-ins never

Tuesday night after the third Baptist Church,Homestead or Rev. Ervin Readon, pastor of Day Fashion Show Tea's suc- forget nor cease to be thank-

,, Sunday in this month,,May 21, \ Jordan Chapel Freewill Bap- Jorden Chapel Freewill, cess, special thanks to the ful for God's love.
and conclude on the fourth Sunday f\r" tist Church, Coconut Grove ,Cdconut Grove and William Turner's Kindergarten for Remember you are always

i \ at 3 p.m. .' will be in charge of the ser- Chapel, Goulds. Our evening letting us use their auditor welcome to the friendly

1 { On Tuesday, May 21, afl vices. The general church will speaker is Rev. Roscoe Jack- ium. church.

< \I, 8 p.m., services will be held *r be in charge.
<,j with a minister in charge. I t Each auxiliary is asked Lobe

Auxiliaries in charge: Deacon :"" \'" in uniform each night. MT. CALVARY EVERGREEN CHURCH OF GODOn

j Board, Deaconess Board and .A : 't. '" Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor Sunday, May 19, duringthe
) the Missionary Society. ,t- '\:\ ;'iir GRACEPRESBYTERIAN Rev. St. Atchison, pastor Minnie Hunter,reporter morning worship; the Vic-
On Wednesday, May 22, at \,( t Phyllis Beal, reporterIn There will be a sale sponsored tory Leaders Band under the

." 8 p.m. Rev. W. M. Slater and If Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor behalf of Women's by the Usher Board at direction of its President,Sis-
; ; congregation of Day Spring This Sunday, from three to there Day the home of Sister Walden, 148 ter Colette Thomas, plans a
will be a tour to West
.i will he In home!: nf the ser. Key
four o'clock four of NW 7th Street very inspiring service. This
p.m., zone on Friday -
} vices. Auxiliaries charge: Sunday, June 16. All dinnersare
Usher Boards No. 1 and 2. REV. ROSCOE JACKSON the church, Mrs.Roena Llv- free. Admission $6.00. at 8 p.m. Brother being the third Sunday set
1''ings ton, chairman, will sponsor Nixon, president. aside as Youth Day.
23 at 8
On Thursday, May Rev. P. W. Williams and con The No. One and Two choirs
a "Stay at Home Tea," On Sunday, May 19, we will Three
p.m. Rev. Paul Freeman and gregation of St. Luke will be will celebrate their anniversary dynamic speakersare
,congregation of Zion Hope will in charge: Auxiliaries Male with the devotional reading to the third Sunday in this sponsor our First Annual Aux- being presented on this oc-

be in chage of the service. Chorus, Young Women Aux be St. Luke, chapter eleven, 'month, Theyareasking the cooperation iliary Tea, at the home of Deacon cassion. They are Flora Stra-

Auxiliaries: Choir No. 1 and 2. iliary, Sunday School and Bap- verses one to thirteen.At of the entire church. G. W, Smith, 2425NW88th chan, Ethel E. Rolle, and
On Friday, May24at8pm. tist Training Union. five o'clock the united There will be a dinner sale St., beginning at 4 p.m. You can Colette D, Thomas. Theme:

Presbyterian women willhave at the church the second Saturday register now in advance by "Young People -- Be Thou An
its monthly Circle Bible study, in June. The public is calling the reporter at 693- Example."
DRAKE MEMORIAL SHILOH discussing the second chapterof 1322.
invited.In Mrs. Rolle a student at the
the book of Jonah. On May 26 Evergreen will
belialf ,
of University Miami where
Rev.Pastor's J. 'W. Dunn Aid, pastor honor Rev. A, M. Griffin,pastor At'seven'thirty, the neighborhood there will be a Women's"Kool in Day the be affiliated with its first she is studying to become, a'pediatrician.
The Cheryl English, reporterAll block clubs will sponsor Rally. Your attendance will be
She has been
ed the mothers on last Sunday. the Evening Sip, Tuesday after a
Mrs. Brooks the mother of day Saturday the No. One monthly community the third Sunday in May,at 7:30: appreciated. Began your prep member of the church for several -
forum the welfare aration
Brother James Brooks was the Ushers will sell dinners at the on topic p.m. Thanks in advance.CRUSADER today, so that we will years and is active in
with the following panel discussion be certain of your attendance.Our .
home of Sister 1200 many organizations. Miss
oldest mother and also the mother Bryant,
leaders: Mrs.Florida' prayers are extended to,
of twelve children. She NW 65th Street. Strachan is a senior at Miami
Murray, representing the the sick that they may soon recover Jackson High and is planningto
was the recipient of two corsages
The Deaconess Board will State Welfare Department; .
become a business adminis-
Sister Berry and sISter sell dinnersSunday after Mr. and Mr Sutton
s. W. P.
Mary Mickens thank all the Church. the Wel-, Rev. C. Dixon, pastor trator. She, too, is a memberof
., members of the Pastor's Aid representing County Flossie Marshall,reporter UNITED, CHURCHOF the church and is quite active -
fare Division and
Thee will be a Green Leaf ; Mr.Samuel
in various
: for their contributions to the GOD organizations.
Moncur Mother's Day was
director of
Tea at the home of Sister Elam program
club. from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday, May the Liberty City Community Sunday, the Sunday School gave The United Church Choir Miss Thomas is-a senior at
The Boy Scouts will have the beautiful of Miami Northwestern Senior
19 1301 NW 90th Street. Council pastor a vase Union will hold their regular
their car wash on Saturday. In the Sunday morning ser white carnations for Mother's monthly program at Freewill High School. She is planning to
Please bring your car to the There will be Baptism Sun- shall study toward a degree in Busi-
mon, we see what the Day.We Missionary Baptist Church of
church and help the boy scouts day morning. want to welcome to ness Administration
book of first Timothy says to say Opa-locka, Sunday, May 19,at upon
in their project. The second Sunday in next us on the topic: "Have you laid our many friends and visitors 3 p.m. Aninterestingprogram graduation in June. Miss
Please remember to be month, the church will conveneat hold of eternal life?" who wish to worship with us. is planned. The public is invited Thomas has been a member of
present on Sunday, at 3 p.m. Mt. Tabor, at 3 p.m. for To the sick and shut-in our the church for several years

Rev. Kelly and congregation of _Pastor's Installation. FIRST EMANUELon prayers go out to you from Rev. Rutherford, pastor, and has been active in its various -

St. Paul will be in charge of There will be a musical program .. Crusader, 2575 NW 65th St. and Mr. Young, president.Women's organizations. She is
Rev. James E.Wright,pastor
the anniversary program.A Friday, at 8 p.m. in behalf presently president of the
reception will follow this ser of the No. 2 choir. You are invited to worshipwith Youth's Victory Leaders

vice. The J. W. Drake Mem- us each Sunday morningat At Zion Hills Band..
We can easily remember
the YMCA 5770 NW 15th Day
orial Vesper will be held at 7 These three young ladies
those who didn't come to visitus
Ave. beginning with
p.m. Sunday. All are invited to Sunday accepted Christ as their per-
while we were sick,so let's
School at 10a.m.
these services.We remember while we are in Morning sonal Savior a t an early age,
at 11
extend our sympathy to worship a.m. Evening realizing that it is now that
good health those that are sick
services to b e announced.
Deaconess Ethel Williams and
and shut-in. Christ could use them best,
family in the loss of their! love t There will be a RummageSale Come Fellowship and enjoy with us the onthis Christian Sun Come out on'May 19, and
ones. sponsored by Sister Eng- hear these young ladies bring
day morning the will
Please visit and for the
pray the in its fulness at the.
lish gospel ,
at the corner of 65th St. be to ,
*dick and shut-ilLs. brought us by Rev. C.Holllman. .
and 12th Avenue, Church of God of Prophecy,
1677 NW 5th Court.

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I- t International Convention of 'I ,> r SCHOOL

Sandra Thomas of Holmes

j Church of God In Christ In Miami I IAU Elementary School, recently,

... won the Mother's picture contest -
aboard the Anne Lee God in Christ, anticipates the famous Miami Beach. sponsored by the Bur-

Bailey Special Trainfor the 18 greatest convention to date. President Lyndon B. Johnson -, . dine's Department store. Her

Annual Women's International The theme of the convention is inhisgreetlng to Dr. MADELINE WILLIAMS MRS. W. E. SIMS picture, along! with the other
Convention of the Church of "Better Homes, Better Comm Bailey and theWomen's toter- entries was displayed in the

,God in Christ convening In unities j t i Better World." nationalConyentlon last year Morning speaker Evening speaker diningf room 6f the downtown

Miami, May 21-26. Miami Christian women will come together said, "I am, grateful for the Sunday, May 19, the members pastor of New Hope Baptist store. Her picture was In the
winter vacationland for many strong ,spiritual leadershipand of Zion Hill Baptist
from all over the worldto Church. Friday and Saturday Miami
Is a scenic interesting engage in activities designed inspiring example which Church Invite you to Join with Herald.

place to visit In any season of to help them contribute America derives from your them in celebrating their 9th The theme for the occasion Sandra has pictures on display
the Headquarters the annual Women's will be "The image of Christian
year a
more effectively to the home ranks. This spiritual leader- Day. in the Special Education
".convention will be the Ever- the community and the world. ship on the part of Dr. Bailey The speaker for the morn- Woman." Department at the Universityof

glades Hotel located at Bis- activities I will include persists. We invite Christian Ing service will be Mrs. Made Remember: All roads lead Miami.

cayne Blvd. and 3rd Street. leadership conferences, panel women who are seeking inspiration line Williams,a member of the to Zion Hill, Sunday, May 19. The faculty is very proud of
: Dr. Anne L. Bailey,Convention discussions, mission workshops to Join us in Miami this Church of Christ and also a dynamic Mrs. Lucille Moore, chair- her and special thanks to Mrs.

President and National and evangelistic services year. speaker. man, Mrs. Daisy Cohen, cochairman Ruth Blacknell and Mrs.
Supervisor of the Women's Events,will also include Carrie Cantrell,public relations The evening speaker will be Rev. James Pickett Geraldine Jordan for encouraging -
Department of the Church of Mrs. W. E. Sims wife of
sightseeing tours and dinner director. the pas or. her to enter this contest.i .

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday I M<* 17, 1968 23

-tern -,,
.I Rev H. V. Stuart, pastor

Rev J. Harris, ministerWe A. E. Bethel, reporter
are desirous of all our Sunday will be Tithes Day.
friends and well wishers to All members know your obligation -

know that we are grateful for for this day.Our pastor
the way you cooperated with us will preach during the 11 a.m
throughout the entire week.We service and the Junior church
were blessed with wonderful will sing. The No. 1 choir will 7wN
ministers and congregationsand sing during the 7 p.m. ser-
choirs. vices. Usher Board No. 1 will

The St. Joseph's Church of celebrate their 44th anniversary -
God by Faith concluded the on Sunday, May 26,at 3:30
services of the grand openingwith p.m. with a musical program.
a spiritual message from Please come out and en joy this

their pastor. The TabernacleInterdenominational church evening 1. with Usher Board No.

We thankful to God to
will be are ,
going into its new location -
and we shall keep you see so many o( our sick mem-
bers in church. Let us continueto
Informed of this date.Our ser
vices will be held at the Churchof pray for all our sick and
MRS. MAEDON BULLARD MRS. LAURA M. BROWN shut-ins. A visit,phone call or
God by Faith at 1 p.m.until
Speaker Chairman a card will let them know we
will into
I we be able to go our
are still thinking of them.
place of worship. We are desirous -
of your prayers. Our pastor will preach at
A Temple Baptist Church Wed-
nesday and Joint choir will f
FIRST BAPTISTRev sing. Also on Sunday, May 19

W, 'M. Davis, pastor Joint choir will render serviceat i -
Donella Turner, reporter Mt. Calvary Church. Bro- A GALA NIGHT OF SPIRITUAL

Saturday, May 18 there will ther Carey the choir directorbe ENTERTAINMENTThe
be a young peoples meeting at out on time 3:30 p.m.
4 p.m. The pastor Is asking all BTU Society presents'The of gospel singing. Refresh
young people to be present at We were happy to have Rev.' Lefevres" at St. John ments will be served.
this meeting. C. Johnson and all other]Baptist Church, 1328 NW 3rd Sister Gladys Thurston,

There will be a musical program visitors worship with us on i Ave, Friday, May 24, at 8:15 president, Rev. T. Johnson,

,y Y Sunday, May 19, at 3 Sunday. Remember visitors;>.ra. They have had 191 years pastor.
are always welcome to wor-
p.m. 'We are looking forward,,
ship with St. Mary's not onlyon
to seeing our members.The GREATER NEW
special days. The doors to
church and pastor will you say that you are
our church and hearts BETHELRev.
worship at New Providence our are truly living a Christian life?
for the always open.VALLEY. To become Christian means S. A. Cousin, pastor
MRS. ROSE GREENCochairman MRS. BESSIE JOHNSON Rev.C J. Burney's anniversary a
Co-chairman. The No. Two Choir more than Just taking on a new The opening of the Second

will render the song service, GROVE M. B. name or title. God our beingsto Quarterly Conference was
All roads lead to the Greater Moncur as soloist.We are also and all Ushers will serve. glorify him. We can start held Sunday, April 21. The

Mt. Olivette Baptist Church blessed in having some of the To all our sick we wish youa Rev. J. Torrence, pastor by attending our church services presiding Elder. Rev.F.A.
located at 1450 NW 1st Court, finest Christian women of our speedy recovery. E. Ferguson, reporter Allen, presided over the conference -
this Sunday, May 19 where the church and other churches of Thursday night the entire Baptist Training Union is He preached an inspiring
Women under the leadership of the city participating on both church will accompany the the part where everyone sermon. The pastor,
Mrs. Laura Brown, chairmanand programs, hoping to bring you BROWN'S CHAPEL pastor over Jerusalem Bap- seems to forget Is also a great Rev. Cousin assisted.

her co-chairman Mrs. the best Women's Day In our Rev. J. E. Brown pastorI. tist Church. part of our church services It The business session was:
Rose Green and Mrs.Bessie history. The chairmen and Jackson The Pastor's Anniversary is the part where people of all Tuesday, April 23, at 8 p.m.
Johnson bring you the celebra- captains are asking the full Rev. and Mrs., reporter A. Trottersand will begin Monday night after age levels will be trained and Rev. F. J. Hicks lead the de-
tion of their 18th Annual Wo- in the third Sunday, also on the guided to live Christian lives. votion. First on the agenda was
of the membership congregation will
men's Diy. We have selectedone support' worshipwith same night there will be a The need today for a training the election of officers for the
to make this day'a financial us Sunday also the
of Mia m l' s best as the helping Weary .musical program in his behalf. union is greater than it has session Sister Hazel Simmons
If have Travelers will visit .
success. you our evening ,
morning speaker in the personof service in Tuesday night Rev. 0. Taylor been before and greater.With was elected as secretaryand i
not been contacted by a captain behalf of our wo-
Mrs. Mae don Bullard, a and congregation, also the one foot in the astrojet plane Brother Spannwas elect-
to the
member of the Ebenezer please make your report men's day program,8Tl The, public Harmon Thomas Gospel sing- and the other in the ox-drawn ed as marshal There were
Selma"Ward. is
We Invited.
clerk Mrs.
Methodist Church, and as ers will render service. cart, the church program of good written and financial reports -
andcooperating There will be a sale at the
are asking
soloist Miss Joan Storr. Our your prayers Wednesday, Rev.Jennings training exists as social lag made by different aux-
to make home of Sister
in helping Rosa Smith
musical program for the even- and congregation will render Who makes It that way? Why? iliaries of the church The Ste-
this day a success both spiri- 1435 NW 61st St. Everyone is
ing will feature the women's service. You have the answer to that ward Board lead with a
day chorus with Mrs. Thelma tually and financially Invited. Thursday, Rev. Butler and question.Let $3,336.35 report for the quar ;

.,. ." '." ... .... .,...... . !t':.... ,'. .... .:.. . . .. congregation will render service us not J Join the "cut- ter. 0
flower" A cut flower Rev. Allen expressed his
CHRIST EPISCOPAL @ tjl( S WOMEN'S coU IL TO MEET Friday, Rev. Evans of Sun- can be beautiful group.for a time,but appreciation for a Job well

\ ris Baptist and his congrega- soon withers away and die un- done and encouraged the
Fr. T. R. Gibson, rector The Baptist Women'sCouncil b b 1 S t e d by a committee of tion will render service. less it has roots. The absent church to continue working for

Antionette Silva, reporterThe is requested meet at Sunday, Rev. John D. Green without any thought of responsibilities the up building of God's house
Bethel Baptist Church on Fri- Let us offer a special pray- and congregation will.close out A certificate of appointmentwas
Rt. Rev. Henry I. day, May 17, promptly at for Mrs. Callie Foster of the anniversary at 3 p.m. The Let us take roots.God wants given out by the pastor and
Louttit will make the annual p.m. The church Is located Baptist Church,who Is public is invited to attend. living, active,and consecrated Installation of officers by the
visitation for the ApostolicRite 1981 Lincoln Street, Opa- patient in Room 407 of Mt. We are asking that you re- servants. Parents, boost your presiding elder.
of Confirmation this year locka. The Rev. W. K. Smith Hospital; also Mrs. member the sick and shut-ins, children to come to BTU, Rev. Cousin left Friday,
The service will be held on> is the pastor. Lou Armstrong of 1851 better yet, come yourself. It April 26, for the Thirty-eight

Sunday, May 26,at 6:00p.m.: This is a very 59th Street, who met with SOUTH DADE NEWS Is up to .you. Training beginsat Quadrennial session of the
Please coma out and Invite all meeting which was to serious accident.Mrs.Arm home. General Conference which is

your friends. invitations are place the previous week is at home. Send her a Mt. Moriah Baptist Church, If this thing ought to be done i being held in Philadelphia,Pa.
now available it was called off because of -well card. It will help to of Perrine Is chartering two it can be done. The question we He hopes to be elected as

On Sunday, May 12, St. inclemency of the weather.Plans her.Thanks. busses for all members to attend face is will we do itl!(these say Bishop at the Quadrennial.We
Theresa's Guild presented it's for the educational to Mrs. Bernice their pastor's 20th Anni- face Is will we do itt! (these wish for him luck and success
annual Mother's Day Tea.The meeting will be completed.Mrs. who has been,doing fine versary at St. Ruth Baptist in sayings apply to every church Jessie Giles, reporter
affair was held on the lawn of Claudia Wilson of h in g s for those who are ill Dania, Sunday, May 19. with A BTU.
the church and everything was Providence Baptist Church Is secretary-treasurer of All members who are plan-
lovely. It was highlighted witha the general chair man and benevolent fund. ning to make the trip are ask- CHRISTIANFELLOWSHIP
beautiful fashion review. ed to please meet at the churchon NEW MT.. MORIAHRev.

The Men's Club is sponsor- time for departure at 2:30 A. L. Shipp, pastor
ing "Night of Games" every FRIENDSHIP BAHAIS OF MIAMITwo p.m. Evelyn Souter, reporterWe Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor
Friday night starting May 17, are happy to see and have M. L. Nixon reporterThe
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E Jenkins pastor delegates from Great- our pastor sit in with us at the BTU is now well organized -
Rev. J.
George Walker. Ruby Lee Carr reporter Miami will attend the Na morning service Sunday He Is and the meetings will begin "
Get well wishes are extended Baha'i Convention May doing fine, continue your calls Sunday, at 5:45 p.m. Sis-
to Mrs. Rosa White, Mrs. Those of you who have .0'a at the House of Wor- and visits. ter Maggie Scott, the super-
Laura Westberry, Mrs. Ruby woundering about the church Wilmette, Illinois They The Deacons and Deaconess visor, Is asking all membersto
Rolle and Miss Patricia Russell bus it is already back on the Mr. Harold Guinyard, Boards will have a tea at the please turn out in full force
route, so on next Sunday be man of the North Dade ti r church this Sunday from 4 to to help get this organization off
the route and the bus will be and Mr.George Sa- 6 p.m. We are cordially inviting to a good and lasting start.
operating on schedule.lamsure treasurer of the Miami 1 the public. They will cele- Pies will be sold Sunday
NEW BETHANY we will see you in church brate their anniversary begin morning after service at the_

Rev next Sunday. The Deaconess The purpose of the conven- ning May 24, at 7:30 p.m.with Community Center. Come
F. L, Carter,pastorOn Board wishes to thank all who is to elect a National Bishop D. D. Arline and con- prepared to buy one. The pastor -
18 at 3 .
Sunday, May p m. participated on program on itual Assembly of nine gregation of the Holy Ghost wants you to choose your

Mother's Day. Special thanksto Church of God of Apostolic group and let lead-
we will conclude the celebra- for one year, and to ----- your group
tion of our church tenth anni- Sister Essie Robinson for on teaching and pro- Darrell Loren Washingtonthe Faith and will climax May 26, der know who you are. The
versary. We are inviting all bringing the highlights on the plans for'the com- son of Sgt, Ernest and Mrs at' 3 p.m. with Rev. Douglas groups are numbered from one

our many friends and visitorsto Sunday School lesson, Sister year. The'Baha'ls, are at Mattie Washington,whose pic- Cook and male chorus of Jor- through seven. You may select
como and worship with us. Lena Hooks, mistress of cere- s e n t concentrating on a ture appeared in The Miami don Grove Baptist Church. your choice.
Rev. F. L. Johnson will be In monies, Sister Ola Bell Reese proclamation Times at the age of one hour, Baptism will be the fourth The choir Is invited to singat 1
charge of services. Refreshments brought the occasion. A won- which is to end In April Is now one year old.Along with Sunday at 9 a.m. all candi- Mt. Calvary Friday night to 1
will be served. derful Job was done. Flowers with the purpose of ac- his first year he is now show- dates please be present at 8:30: help them celebrate
On May25at3pm.theJun were presented to the first all mankind with the Ing off his first hair cut. choir's anniversary their'l"I I
ior Church is sponsoring a lady of' the ,church Sister and goals of the Ba- Deacon James FlemmingsIs a.m.Remember the pastor, others bers please attend..
muslcalprogram. Millicent Lodine Jenkins, also to Sister 'Faith. now resting at home from i c k, shut-ins, bereaved and Sick members are still in

Hicks, and Daisy Murray will Minnie Teasley and Sister Bosh delegates are 'mem- the hospital.Mrs. those in the armed services in the hospital and convalescingat
be in charge.Let Lula Smith. Visitors areaways !- of the James, E. Scott Magaret Brown is now your' prayers. Visitors are always h o,ra e. Visit, and pray for
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THE MIAMI!.TIMES_ ,...Fridoy, May 17, 968 25

Bethune Elementary School ,,1,:' (iiillllSL tr;' .. tLIJJilI.A ry "' COMING SOON!

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Principal RetiresMr. The final scholarship banMays High School" Goulds. nations were given to the past Sponsored by JESCA
quet of the Dade: County PTA The affair was very success- and present workers' whohave

Walter Clarence Cog- Council was held on May 10,at ful, thanks _to Mr. William. labored throbg the years. Tuesday, May '21 at 8 p.m. a
Mr cooper and Mrs. Martha Williams -
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dell, principal of Bethune ll a Northwestern Auditorium
chairman and cochairman -
the 13
mentary School for past rk'
is retiring at the end of respectively, of the
banquet committee and the
this school term.. He leavesthe ,
.other members who worked so M VISOR AND HELPER
field of education after 34 '..
,diligently this project. Mr. :
of faithful untiring (
Alston I
J. Scott Sr., Is chair-
service in many areas. I .
man of the scholarship com-
Born in Elease,North Carolina mittee. Mr.Nelson Adams was

he received his early master of ceremony and Mrs. + P b
education in that state. He Mayme Williams gave the "dl.; \ ,

completed the requirementsfor I keynote address, which was a il! +
his B. S. Degree In Chemistry U masterpiece. She gave the his ; k
from Virginia State Col- tory of the council from Its be-

lege, Petersburg, Virginia ; ginning to the end. We say'end a ''Ati
and received his MA Degree in I because the two councils in

Education from Howard University .- Dade County are merging intoone. r

Washington, D. C. He W. C. COGDELL SHIRLEY RUMPH Many awards and recog- .. .
did additional advanced workat \
Florida A&MUniversity Active In many social, fraternal TOMMIE L. JACKSONTwo
North Iowa State Carolina College State, Columbia College, ,,business Mr. Cog and d civic e 11 Is activities a Job Fair At Jackson Saturday scholarships to Miami- SACRED THE BEST LENA
Dade Junior College were
member of the Board of Directors
and New York 1027 NW 55th Street
Universities. of the Franklin Fed More than 50 employers will dies, Is designed to help people given.Miss Shirley Darien Miami Florida *
He has touched the lives of eral Savings and Loan Association join Florida State Employment obtain Information about Rumph, of Mays nigh ana ,
many, having served in educational the Greater Miami Service and Dade County employment, training and Tommie Lee Jackson of Miami SPECIAL:
capacities as teacher, Council of Churches, Bethel school personnel at the Job career opportunities in Dade Northwestern Senior High May 16, 17,1S&19.
dean, supervisor and princi AME Church, the Alpha Phi Opportunity Fair, 10:30 a.m. County.As were the recipients. Miss Thurs., FH., Sat. & Sun.,
pal. Before coming to Miami, Alpha Fraternity, Kazah 6:30 p.m. Saturday, May 18, a special feature, persons Rumph Is planning a career in 7:30 a.m. until 7:3.0 pj.
Mr. Cogdell was an instructorand Shrlnr The King of Clubs.He at Miami Jackson High School. who have found jobs will Business Administration, and Then com'. on and on until
head of the Chemistry Is also a member of the Dade The fair, co-sposored by be at the fair to share their experiences hopes to work In Drama since you through get the further Miami Times.notice'

partment at VlrginiaState County Educators Association the Urban League, the Equal and give jobhunting acting is one of her hobbies. No matter what the tide may
College and a teacher atStan- Florida Education As- Employment Opportunity Task tips to prospective em- She also likes cooking and bet Joy happiness- prosperity -
ton High School, Jacksonville, sociation and the National Force and cooperating agen ployes. reading. She wishes to thank success, co+npanionship -
._ choosinft the correct
the faculty of Mays and especially
Fla. He is a former dean of Education Association. -" ont wife, husband and
Walker Business College and Definite plans for the future Collins Blasts Faircloth Mr. '!Thomas papino what not, In any walk of
Florida Memorial College;the have not been crystalized du for the assistance they have IIf. I. yours If you will
former principal of Douglas to the illness of his wife, Ca For given her. draw near to me.Seek, ask,
Racist Campaigning knock and b. advised about
High School, Key West; andA. therine. He does, however, Mr. Jackson has many hob- the kingdom that needs to
L. Lewis Elementary plan to continue his work with bies. However,his main inter- b. confirmed that Is In your
Homestead. He as the first licensed Franklin Federal Savings,and U. S. Senate Candidate porting Collins, and the attempt est Is In building construction. and my hands; even to heal
LeRoy Collins leveled chargesof Collins He plans to do further in ours. ....
Negro Security Broker hopes to do some traveling by to follow the study Heaven was shut thr.
in the state of Florida. whenever possible. "radical inconsistencies"in appeal of the State Democratic this field at the Junior College.The years and six months.up It
the record of his opponent Party for no personal attacks faculty and student body was a great famine In
' '.-. Attorney General Earl Fair- the will remember him Isreal and widows
I. "'t"r. :J\'m"" 1" on opposition -- as a mem- many
( : 1T rJ"C ,]'y cloth as the second primary without efforts ber of the football team were th.r., but (Ellas
similar Projectionist
I i. .,FJlC'' ,Ir,.1W1F"C ; r., .. '., ...(...., campaign opened for Florida's Faircloth--were listed by by Club andBloacklay-, said blessing to on. widow fora .
'r purpose.So
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; : : ': ;: .,: ;; r}:;a; f, Senate seat. Collins as the three factors. log class. He represented his oppress not the widow-
: '7" ,". ",,,, The former governor school In the Vocational Clubin believe thou this!! There Is
.----.-....... promised that In the second "In this second primary, Tallahassee. Mr. JacksonIs no need to further research
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quick results
Collins noted "I intend to of-
Final commencement exercises Miami, with the assistance of primary drive he would"make grateful to the faculty of Miami once you have tried this re
at Florida Memorial former United States Senator, clear the fact that,while crime fer Florida citizens everywhere Northwestern for select- search.As I a godnam.dadministrator
a clear choice --one of In words and-
College, 'St. Augustine, take Harry P. Cain, has raised$3-, has been a constantly risingthreat back-pedalling down a pork Ing him for the award. deeds. Come out of poor
place. May 20 prior to the relocation 000,000. from..the communitywhich the Attorne&General, dead-end The final meeting of this pov.rty. L.t us have' our
of the 76 year old, is matching funds for a though elected for a term of chop-flavored, PTA group will be held on Mar right desires.
predominantly Negro school to $5,000,000 grant from the four years, has neglected and street; or one of going forward 31 Dorsey Junior highSchool Yours for Service In
Miami on a new$10,000,000. United States Government. misused his office inhis bead- to good, new days of goodwill at 8 p.m. Mrs. Samuel; Help. 1 am The Widow.
between of common
men, Biblei 2nd Kings 15i 19Zechi
long quest for higher office. Armstrong is the very capable
campus at Northwest IStthSt. Another $2,000,000 is derived striving for excellance in all IliaCall
and LeJeune Road. from private bank loans. Collins narrowly missed phases of human effort with .president.
The new campus will open to Florida Memorial Collegeis winning over three opponents
quality government serving -
over 1000 students on September the only college in the nation a first-primary victory in the the broad public need and
15 on an educational com- which is relocating its entire Senate race, netting 49.6 per- interest."
plex which includes fourteen campus. cent of the Democratic votes.
air-conditioned buildings built Collins blamed three factors Collins accused Faircloth of +
in the past twenty months. for missing the needed injecting the race issue into
The Baptist related college, THANK YOU fifty pecent plus one vote majority the campaign "through base- CHARLESROGERS

which was involved in a racial I wish to thank all my friends last Tuesday. less charges and sly innuendos
The injection of"racial bit- while the ban-
disturbance in Saint Augustine who were so kind and thoughtful waving splendid
terness" by Faircloth,the low ner of strong law enforce
three '
years ago,has been Iso- during my recent illness In
vote turnout in counties "
lated in that city since then, Cedars o f Lebanon Hospital. sup- AT PL 1-7502
and the Board of Trustees, The visits,cards,flowers,and r
Reverend Edward T.Graham, words of cheer were meaningful FOR-A GOOD BUY ON A

chairman, decided to relocatethe in helping me to overcomemy PIANO ORGAN, SCOTT
school to Miami where the illness. Thanks again. ,
social climate is more accep- kr
table.A Muriel Williams. INSTRUMENTS.

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; 26 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday May 17, 1968,

n Southern Baptists Elect First Negro Staff Member I Open 701'1-8 A.M. II IS'P.M'e

The Best For Less Ate
"7 "J. '". ATLANTA.-Emmanuel L. work with National Baptists of come to Atlanta July 1. ment each others' efforts, "
,:: \:., c McCall, the first Negro ever the Southern Baptist Home "Pressure for merger be- In the new position, McCall
t. ;' to bold a staff position with a Mission Board here in the May tween Negro and white Baptist will be planning promoting I
1/ Southern Baptist agency, al- meeting of the agency's board groups should be minimizednow cooperative encounters be-
:':': ready has singled out his primary of directors. ," McCall said,because of tween Southern and National
.' ,< target; "the lackofhon- Currently serving as pastor "fear and suspicion on both Baptists.
.' ;.\ .. est Christian dialogue between of the 28th Street Baptist sides."
? the races." Church in Louisville, Ky., a Fellowship between pastorsis
congregation affiliated with "The approach now is to find the starting point,the young .
;. McCall was elected as an the Progressive National BaI)- ways of cooperating and of pastor said--"Then pulpit exchanges -
associate in the Department of tist Convention, McCall will working in ways that comple- congregational exchanges -!
brotherhood ex-
changes, and so on,can fol- ,
f ;; : James Brown Named Asst Youth Director low." !

.r ;,'..: NEW YORK.-Appointment gree fnSoclaiScienceand on a full-time basis. McCall, who for two years
<. \' of Jame Brown, Jr., as assistant Education, Mr. Brown servedas In bis present position he was president of the inter-
.. ;.) : youth director of the manager of the insurance will work with Mark Rosen- racial Louisville Baptist Ministers ,
; .:' National Association for department and general office man, director of NAACP youth Conference,said be was
N : the Advancement of Colored manager of Q. V. Williamson council and college chapter "amazed at the amount of ignorance -
. i',>: People was announced here and Co., Inc., in Atlanta, Ga., activities in 500 NAACP units whites andblackshave OVER 40,600 CARS SOLD
V' I,: (his_week by Executive Direc- before Joining the Association across the nation. about one another."
' For the past eleven months, FLORIDA'SAUTOMOBILE.
.'..; t ;.'., Mr. Brown served as SouthVest The Mini-Brute presents
i Regional youth field director -
covering the states of the short payment book.S9MQ .
Texas, New MexicoOkla
,: homa, Arkansas and LouisI -
,', lana. There he was successful AS ADVIRTJSID ON TILIYISIONITNI
< in stimulating more effective CAR YOU CUT TODAY
:,I youth council and college YOU 0RIVI HOMI TODAY
.; ',' chapter activities,and launch- IMMIDIATI OILIVIRYI
;.,' ing new units of theAssocia-
500 CARS!
", .:.,I' tion.
I I'I { While attending Savannah
, ,> State College in his hometown, 15. YEARS-SAME LOCATION!
'St' he served two years as president 14 COt/mOVS.S4USMfM TO SIM YOU
: of the Savannah Young pr2 door Sedan ALWAYS, HUNDREDS OF 1955's
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Freeman"pastorBessie subject for this week's.
'. Rev. Paul
. ( L Rev. W, E. Sims, pastor Williams reporterThe Rev. G. J. Burney,pastor The celebration of the 38th Lesson Sermon, which will be
Loraine Fuller, reporterThe Arsula Edwa dS,reporter 'anniversary: of and read in all Christian Science

pastor is asking all pastor isinprogress this Churches this Sunday,"Mor
The City Mission will con-
pastor and officers
wish members, both choirs,both week terminating on Sunday; tals and Immortals.The public -
to thank all the ladies who vene at New Pr vidence M.B. The cornerstone will be laid
usher boards and visiting! is'invited to attend.
19 at 3
.. ,{' : : services on in our last Mother's Day friends to be present on Friday church p.m. Everyone Sunday Is May invited., at 3:30 is Sunday afternoon. The Golden Text is from Romans:
Sunday. public Invited.
at 7:30 p.m. for the ordination The church will celebrateits "Be ye transformed by the renewing -

"'.. Sunday, May 19,at 3 p.m.the of Rev. Andrew Jack pastor anniversary, Monday Get-well wishes -of the of your mind, that ye

,.., ', i", ., pastor and congregation will son. ,. May 20, at 8 p.m. Temple family go to DeaconA. may prove what is that good,
;';\ ; be in charge of service for the Baptism Service Sundayat The message will be delivered J. Hanna who is a patient at and acceptable, and perfect

Pastor's Aid Union which will 7:30 a.m.All candidates are by Rev. W. M.Davis of Christian Hospital, and Mrs. will of God."
/y .convene with the New Hope p. asked to be First Baptist of Brownsville, Clotilda Hepburn who is at Teen-agers need to know
present bring
B. Church, N.W. 1st Ave.,and and someone really caresbut
.. change congregation. Everyone is Jackson Memorial Hospital.
,.. 13th St., where Rev. arrangement.The .
Samuel cordially invited. how can parents give them this
a- .: :t/; the pastor. The Deacons and Deacon- Tickets are out for a "Trip reassurance? The Bible can
No. Two Usher Board
Around the World "
sponsored help. Listen radio
will esses cordially invite you to Sunday over
The sell dinners at the church
officers are asking all by the School. The
all attend their 8th anniversary: station WMBM a.t 1:45 p.m. to
members day Saturday May 18.They
to ,
please meet affair will take place some
Sunday, May 26, at 3 p.m. "Assuring our teenagers that
R3V. Andrew Jackson are asking each and
pas Thursday, at 8 p.ra.forour everyoneto time in mid-June.
Prayer service each Tues-. we really care:
tor of the Corinth Baptist Bible class and prayer meet- stop by and patronize their : _.
day at 7:30 p.m.. in-
Church, 1450 NW 59th St.,will ing. vited. you are

be ordained Friday, May 17,at sale.Don't
forget the sick shut- Continue in for those
Let us not prayer
forget our sick
8p.m. Com To The
and shut-ins remember ins, and bereaved families In who are sick, shut-ins and be
Rev. Andrew Jackson, them
pastor and Sister Nina Morrow with a visit or a call. Sister your prayers. reaved Visitors are always

reporter. Osceola Jordon is still in Victoria - welcome. : JOI OPPORTUNITY FAIRIf

Hospital also Sister
Lucy Scott is entering Jack- ST.. MATTHEWSRev. MT. TABOR you are looking for a fob looking forabetter ,
JORDON son Memorial Hospital.MT A. Randall Rev. James Hendon, pastor : help in I
,pastor |lob' want ,planning your
Annie.Vassar reporterThe Dessie Crokett, reporter :
Douglas Cook, pastor future.
Eddie Gilbert reporter CARMELRev. '
Rev. A. West and congregation The Willing Workers Club is More than 100 trained people will be on
of South Miami will celebrating its anniversary
The Deaconess are selling D.A. Bradley,pastor hand to talk to about lob opportunitiesand
dinners this Saturday in the Louise McGriff worship with us on this Thurs Sunday,'May 19, at 3 p.m.Ray. you
dinning room. They ask that day night, in behalf of our an-, Douglas Cook of Jordan Grove : training:

each of you come by and patronize had awonderful Mo- niversary. Don't forget,'all of will be the guest speaker. He I
theIr.Sister PattersonIs ther's Day service on last Sun- our friends are welcome to will be accompanied by his I Employers and their employees*. Fla.

president.The day. The Rev. Gatson delivered come out and have a shouting outstanding male chorus. : State Employment Service. Vocational Gui-
the evening message.We good time with us,all day Sun
No. 2 Usher Board will day. The Pallbearers will hold : dance Personnel. (Dade County Schools)
the No.One Usher Board their meetings at the church ,
have of
a variety good tastes for
you to enjoy on Saturday night thank each and everyone who Baptism will be held this beginning Wednesday.own Come out and talk to people like yon self
at the home of Sister Hattie helped us make our calendartea Sunday afternoon at 1 p.m. all Rev. Hendon will be the speaker who have found the way to-good jobs.

Reese, 1153. NW 58th St., at a great success. We hada candidates are asked to be Thursday night.You are in-
7:30: p.m. Stop by and enjoy a wonderful time. present. vited. PLACE: MIAMI JACKSON HIGH SCHOOL

good dinner. Brother 1151 NW 36th STREET
Jimmy There will be a tea atthe, Funeral services for DeaconJ. i A series of dinner sales will

Pitts is president.The home of B r o t h e r and Sister W. Jackson will be held Saturday 'begin Saturday, May 18. For DATE: SATURDAY, MAY 18$ 1968

men will elect their Grimes, given by the No.Four at 3 p.m. The church dinners call the church at 691-
TIME 10:30: A.M. TO 6:30: P. M.
chairman and co-chairman on Usher Board. Alsoatthehomeof sends their deepest sympathyto 8732 and dinners will deliv- :

this conference night, May 30. Sister Carrie Shaw's and the Jackson family. ered promptly to you. All Co-sponsored by:

family, 1110NW77thStreet.Please members are asked to support The Urban League, EEO Task Force and
We are happy to announce come. The pastor is asking choir each auxiliary in his effort.
that Sister Georgia Gilbertwho No. 2 and Usher Board No. 1 to' Remember the sick and Cooperating Agencies

has remained the young- Don't forget Men's Day, the 'accompany him to St. Paul in i shut-ins also the bereaved.
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I I Free Swimming
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Spearing ......, _.
.JII ';{ Lessons at

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: children, five years
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one of the eight city of Miami irM
pools in the annual "Learn toSwim"
program beginningJune

,, The Marlins are playing superb baseball and this Is the rea- 17th. z
\ son for their being in first place. On Monday night Creg Ar- "A terrific summer pro -
;. nold pitched a sensational game, he struck out 16 batters, gram" has been planned,ac- --
V*, walked one, allowed six hits in 11 innings. Creg started the cording to Jack Ott, who has .
; season as little wild but he hasfoundhis control In his last supervised these sessions an- 1 ,4 f
I : :: couple of"games. At present he is the leading pitcher with a nually since being placed in .
S \a. 4-1 record. He uses a pretty good stick once in awhile. In one charge of the city Recreation .. n

: :I:.t'. game helping his own cause he almost covered the circuit by Division's pools 18 years ago.' GOVERNOR KIRK MEETS WITH FAMU 440 TEAM
\,> hitting a home run, a two bagger and a single. Pretty good Instructors In the program'are
fast recently when he met with
certified aftvd Kirk keeping
Red Cross Governor Claude was company
:, for a pitcher. Creg is from Baltimore,a bonus player and attended
q club 440 relay team in his, office. The Governor congratulatedthe
,,' Dade Junior. He looks like another one of the Orioles many aquatic Florida A&M University's
members at each the the 440 relays at the University of Pennsylvania for the third
t young pitching stars. Bill Durney Jr., is trying to increase the pool Join team for winning
': attendance, by making arrangements with different groups and recreation workers in super- consecutive year. The unprecedented victory permits 1 the Rattlers to retire the

> organizations to attend the Marlin games. If any of the above vising the classes. "James C. Patterson Challenge Cup" for the first time in the history of the Penn
: ;: mentioned are Interested call 635-5395, he will be too glad to Morning classes Monday Relays: (I-rJames AshcroFt,New York; Eugene Milton, Ocala; Governor Kirk; Major
"""Bear from you. So far have not missed a Marlin home game, through Friday will be offered Hazelton and Nathaniel James of Borrow.

therefore it gives me great pleasure to brag about them, and atShenandoah,Curt is,
say this Marlin team is the best they have seen since the Morningside, West End, Edi-
Florida State League started to play at the Miami stadium. If son, Manor, Dixie and Virrick Record Number of Rattlers Sign ContractsThe
series of two-
it wasn't,for the poor umpiring they would look much better. pools. The
We all make mistakes, but not as many as they make. We all weeks courses runs into late signing of pro football after track season. Eugene Rudolph Sims, Richard Ford;
Y know they are trying to make the major leagues, but at the August. contracts by members of the Milton, also on the track teamis and backs, Elroy Morand and
'4 rate they call the plays they can forget about it. They are' Youngsters interestedin 1967 Florida A&M University expected to sign as a free John Rolle.
spoiling it for these young players who are trying to make the learning to swim are urgedto football tea m has climbed to agent with the Miami Dolphins The Boston Patriots of the
i' grade. Inquire at the pool nearest new heights and will get even of the American Football Lea- AFL signed fullback Preston
their homes. Advanced instruction
,, The pictures above are star third baseman Steve Green, one In swimming life baseball and track seasons.To gue.John Eason, All Americanend of the AFL signed halfback -
of the leading batters with a 291 and the cat- saving will be offered later in
strong Oak
average, date, 10 players have has signed with the James Long.
cher Tony Sellari. Moe Hill is till leading with a 327 the summer.
average. contracts as free agents, one land Raiders o f the AFL. He
This weeks schedule. Friday, May 17 Marlins vs W. Palm "' i [ draftees are expected to signin was drafted In the tenth round In the NFL defensive back
i Beach; Saturday, May 18, Marlins vs. Ft. Lauderdale; Mon- Wildcats: ;' Name the near future. by Oakland Eddie Cooper signed with the

day and Tuesday, May 20 21, Marlins vs. Cocoa; Thursday, Sfw fv wt Re [ Players expected to sign The Kansas City Chiefs of .Baltimore Colts and halfback
May 23, Marlins vs W. Palm Beach. For reservations call 635- G nu. Schielee I shortly are Joe Williams, the AFL has signed five play- Andrew Greene signed with the

5395. ,. T...._--.r M.. ,ninth 1 round draft choice by the ers as free agents including Ottawa Rough Riders In
J' I! The Bethune-Cookman Col- Los Angeles Rams of the Na- linemen Sharon Stallworth, Canada.

HERALD AWARD BANQUETS SET lege Wildcats will play an eight tional Football League. Williams RATTLERS SIGN FIVE AREA PREP STARSFive I
game grid Iron schedule in Is now the leading hit-
Bob Griese, record-setting Miami Dolphin quarterback,and 1968, accordingtoAthleticDi- ter for the Rattler baseball outstanding high school and quarterback Alan Fillips
Jake Gaither, eloquent Florida A&M football coach, will be rector Jack McClairen. team wit h a .387 average. football players were recently Signing from Mays High
guest speakers at The Herald's annual All-City Awards Ban- The Wildcats completed the Major Hazelton, third round signed by FAMU Coach Jake were climax runner Julius
quets In Dade and Broward Counties. '67 season with a 5 In 2 record. draft choice of the Chicago Gaither to athletic grant In Poole, James Black, 6'3",215aids
\ McClairen said the outlook for Bears and Nathaniel James, at the University. pound tight end and
Griese will address the Dade gathering Wednesday, May 22, the coming season is bright sixth round draft choice of the Fred Warren, Dade VersaSumler, 6'2",2601bs
'at the Miami Springs Villas.Gaither will speak at the Browardfete because of the number of veterans Cleveland Browns plan to sign County's top scorer in 1966, defensive tackle.
Thursday, May 23,at the Gatt Ocean Mile Hotel. Both ban- returning. v '
.. quets begin at 630 p.m. The season will begin in

Gaither, noted/ as one of the sporting world's foremost Daytona Beach, Sept. 28,
speakers, talked at the Miami banquet three years ago. His against Morris Brown of Atlanta
vivid, forceful manner has not only moved his football teams to Georgia. The scheduleis .
great efforts but he has inspired audiences all over the nationas as follows:
well. October 5, Albany State,Albany This cheese F
The banquets honor 105 athletes in Dade, 108 In Broward who Ga., home; Oct. 12,Kentucky
have gained All-City recognition In 11 sports.The Athlete of State, Frankfort, Kentucky
the Year In each county will be named at this time as well as away; Oct 19, Allen R
the players of the year In each sport. University, Columbia S. C,, really turnsyou
away; Oct. 26, AlabamaA&M,
i Alabama, home; Nov. 2, S. C. f
State (Homecoming), home; "
I CENTRAL LITTLE LEAGUE NOTES Nov 16, Hollywood College, on.
Jacksonville, home; Nov. 23, EHellium
'. Mr. George Williams, Director of the Miami Central Little Florida A&M, Home.
League, Informs me that they are in full swing. This Is their ..
:, schedule: Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, double headers 5TH ANNUAL TEA ."' '.: ,,' '' ,. '
first game at 6 p.m., second game at 8 p.m. Saturday mornings :
at 9:30 So let's turnoutand these ,
; a.m. encourage youngsters Filled
Some of them can become stars.As we all know this Is 1
where they develop.If any of you little leaguers are Interestedin I
seeing the Marlins play, get in touch with Mr. Williams or
see your coaches about this.The management will let all Little 6

Leaguers in free of charge. .RM h


Heavyweigh t Tony Ventura, the former Buffalo boxer now : L
living in Miami Beach will top the next Miami Beach Auditorium
boxing card Tuesday night in a 10 round bout with St.
Petersburg heavy Mose Harrell. 0

best hand punches of r' the local fight club will be seeking The Progressive Social ; 0
to reverse an upset lose to Harrell last month. Ventura chased Club is sponsoring their 5th < t4 ..
Harrell around for four rounds and seemed on his way to an Annual Tea, at the home of Mr. ,,
easy victory but then walked Into a short, straight right from and Mrs. Earnest Payne, E' ?y: N
Harrell which put him down for an eight count. The 210pounder 15960 NW 26th Ave., Sunday,
lasted the round but was still stunned from the punch in the May 19, from 4 to 6 p.m. t
fifth round and Harrell landed six straight punches before the This is always a beautiful SE
bout was halted by the referee. program and we have gone all "You bet McDonald's Is my kind of

-t- Harrell,. a former AAU champ scored his most impressive wonderful out this year and for planned a place Me? I go for those tasty SAT & SUN
victory over Ventura since turning pro last The St. program yourenjoyment
year. cheeseburgers Ya'
see they've got
with such dynamic ,
Petersburg boxer, considered a prime talent to rise up the 12:00-6:00 PM
personalities as Mrs. this cheese
heavyweight ladder would stamp himself a name to be reck- that really turns you on!
I Leenette Pennington Mr. To children 12 & under
oned with if he should repeat over Ventura Tuesday night. I It's my klnd'a place.I "
'MI. Marvin Ludlow, Mrs. Idella accompanied by parentsIVtcDonaltfs
/I} Simmons, Mr. Phillip Knight,
MIAMI DADE OFF, TO NATIONAL MEET and many many others,we are
sure you will enjoy it. is your kind of place.'
The Miami-Dade Junior College North track team of coach m- TM
Our hats are off to Mrs.Inez
I"' doe Lee Smith will depart from Miami international Airport
Payne, our program committee -
". ron Thursday, May 16, at 8:05: a.m.for Garden City, Kansas to and founder of the Pro- 3325 NW 79th St.
r compete in the NJCAA track and field meet.
gressive Social Club, for she CMcDonild t Corp"ItMr'
Just West of Sears
The meet, sponsored by the National Junior College Athle- has worked hard for this program ,
tic Association, will hold preliminary events on Friday May to be a success,so come
17 with the finals on the following day. one come all.

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THE MIAMI TIMES.. Friday, May. 17., 1968 29

I .fB-CC Cage Star Signs $60,000 Pro Pact I Volunteers Needed For "Learn-To-Swim" 1

Bethune Cookman Col Program At Metro Dade PoolsJoin J
lege's 6'9 Cage Star, Carl

Fuller, has signed with an estimated the LosAngeles the"Learn-To-swim" ing the required amount of volunteer and basic survival (all abilities -

$60OOO.plct Stars professional Program, help drownproofour hours you will be given levels). Classes in synchronized =

team of theAmeri-' chl1drenllfyou! want to Red Cross and Dade County swimming will be-
basketball Association. volunteer your services for volunteer certificates and pat gin soon. Look for announce-
can all conference playeralso this program helping young- ches. Classes are given dally ment in local newspapers.
The bonus said to sters to swim and respect the Monday through Friday, at all For further information
received water calf the following near- Metro-Dade Pools listed please call any of the above
about one-fifth of the total
be est Metro-DadeCouatypark above in; pre-scb 001 age listed pools. This program is
The contract is a two
contract. y and Recreation Dept. Swim (3 to 6 years old),"Learn-To- sponsored by the Metropolitan
year agreement.were The made legal last arrangements : ming Pool and ask for the Pool S w I m" adult swim classes, Dade County Park and

weekend, but the Bethune- P Manager. beginners through life saving Recreation Dept.
Bunche Pool 1527 NW 22
Cookman College Public Rela- ,
.Lt Ave., 624-6963; Little River Liberty City Eagle's
tions Office was asked not to xfiPll1
Pool, 10525 NW 24th Ave.,
reveal any information until
696-7651 Myrtle Grove Pool I
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completed. ) 3030 NW 179th St., 624-6161;

Fuller was drafted in the top North Regional Pool,Bldg.#32 ARNOLD A. DAVE
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five by the Los Angeles Club. 114 ki. : Norwood Pool Airport, 19401, NW 14th; The Liberty City Eagles, including three I homers Sam
He was also the number five runner up in the fast pitch soft- Rolle and William 'Wlmpy'
Ave. 624-0011
choice of the Detroit Pistons ; ball league at Grapeland Park Clark paced the attack with
Estates Pool, 10201 SW 48th
Professional Team of the Na- Street 221-5041 Cutler last year, lost their opening three hits a piece, while
tional Basketball Association. ; Ridge game of the season to Alex's Arnold Davis had two hits including -
Pool, 10100 SW 200 St., 238-
At Bethune-Cookman Col- M 5344 Sundries. Their crosstown a two run homer
; Pool, 14375
Fuller set conference rival 4-0 Robert Palmer and James
lege, a Boggs DriveRichmond but bounced back In
tournament record by sinking Heights, 238-5692. the next game to whip the Hunt hit solid homer.
60 points in a single game asa Aerodex Jets 15-5 for their
You will be given an orientation
sophomore. That year he seta first victory of the young sea- The Eagles play again Wed-
on the aquatic
school rebounding record programby son. nesday night against the Independents -
pool manager. If you a team that consistsof
with 579 for a 21.4 average.He .
cannot swim yourself,but still In the game against Alex's University of Miami stu-

points has and a career 1,847 total rebounds of 1,630 He .. ... ---' ....... __ .iIIl'IIo,,,................. want to volunteer your ser- Sundries, the Eagles got only dents. They whipped the
vices, you will be given free two hits three out of four
singles James Eagles
by games
was named to three All Conference He led the
J. Murray High probably ended up hanging swim lessons by the pool staff. Hunt and William Cox. While last year.
Teams, three All School basketball team of St. around the block." Fuller also After your orientation you will
Charles "Dunnie"Brown
Tournament playeroftheyear Augustine to 45 victories stated, "I like my arrange Join the volunteer aquatic up only five hits. But a three gave The Eagles are sponsored

in 1965. against three defeats. ment with the LosAngelesStars group and begin participating run blast by doc'Red' Walker Jointly by Leon's Quality Sea
Fuller sat out the 1967 sea- Although Carl had 35 scholarships because I have a good in "Learn-To-Swim"pro- and a solo blast by Sidney Winn, Food, Cal's Lounge and

son because of a leg in jury, when he graduated chance to play regularly, with gram. As a volunteer you will iced the game for Alex' Restarant and S n y d e r's Up
however, with twelve remain- from high school,he did not the Detroit Pistons I am sureI earn AmericanRedCross Town Barber Shop, and man-

ing credit hours,he was eli- plan to enter any college. His would have sat out two or unteer hours and Dade County the games with the Jet's ,aged by James Lawrence and
gible for the 1968 season. mother once again made the three seasons." volunteer hours.After receiv the Eagles lashed out 17 hits Arnold Davis.
Carl's basketball career decision, she arranged A
began at the age of 12,when his meeting with Coach Jack Mc-

mother, Dorothy Lee Fuller, Clairen. A summer Job and a Gulf's varied interests have helped it to grow
asked a local high school coachto grant in aid was worked out Gulf I canprovide faster and broader than most major oil com-
teach her young sixfootsonthe and Carl entered BethuneCookman's -
panies. The result: Increased job appeal and ca-
art ofbasketball.
summer sessionthe for all who
reer opportunities qualify.
Carl I P :'
Joined the local high a
same year. We're in oil, of course phase of It-
.' every
AS a freshman at Fuller says,"Now I am happy I
but also and marketer
we are a major producer
age 14 6'5".
hewasalready as I look back, would have
of chemicals-plastics, fertilizers, feedstocks. We
produce nuclear fuels and build nuclear reactors

Challenge We make adhesives. We mine coal. We have one
Miami Gets Super Bowl ". of the largest research laboratories in the 'oil in='

Advancement dustry. We're all over the world, on land and sea.

To keep us going and growing, we need graduates -

Again for 69 in agriculture and agronomy, engineering,

chemistry, physics and geophysics, petroleum

The decision-National and players and press for a seven- H I gay technology, geology, accounting, business ad-

American football league own- day span that included visits to "' ministration, marketing, mathematics, data proc-

ers to hold the Super Bowl sightseeing attractions, luncheons essing, and liberal arts.
Game in Miami next January and dinners. and Growth , Interested you're a recent graduate or about

stems in great part from the Calling Miami from Atlanta, d' to become one, ask your placement directorfor

elaborate preparations and Tuesday Miami City ManagerM. Gulf's new Employment Brochure, or contact

events that were lined up by L. Reese said, "We did not / Gulf Oil Corporation, Personnel Department,

City of Miami officials to make have to take a defensive posi '," ', ', ..\ i' P. O. Drawer 2100, Houston, Texas, 77001. If

owners, players and press feel tion." ", :, '" ',:fi1* research is your interest, write Gulf Research' &

welcome for the first game in Too, R e e s e said, "Mayor ,:: ',', "!. Development Company, Personnel Department,
the Orange Bowl.A Stephen P. Clark and I were y s ';'. P. O. Drawer 2038, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15230.
treated wonderfully by Com TRY US. :., .
multi-million dollar ,
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missioner Pete Rozelle and all f., Gulf Oil Corporation
renovation program made the < .
the team owners.
City of Miami Orange Bowl facilities In seeking the Super Bowl '' An Equal Opportunity Employer.roo. .

i that accommodatedmore Game the first time, the Cityof :. ::' t,,1 .'w .

than 75,500 people and Miami cooperated fully with e ", ,,. '',.1", ,;,,: '
450 members of radio : I I'I
press, Commissioner R 0 Z e 11 e and ,:
and TV among the finest any- .
Jim Kensil, who was handling ,: "
where. arrangements for the Championship ".,r .'
Said Arthur Daley of The Game.Everything. f 4t

New York Times, "The Cityof promised for the ::., :, "', ",
Miami has constructed a success of the game was livedup

Super Press Box fit for a Super to by the City of Miami.And } .j'1i;t",,. pr":.
Bowl." this, in the long run, was probably f .

Too, arrangements were the deciding factor in 3Y w -.
made to entertain owners, Tuesday's selection.

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{k': 30 THE MIAMI TIMES Fridoy, May. 17, ''1968_ 1!__ ._____._...__.___.___
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; \ p'roteslsBills

jo' \(1'1.t ... p To Curb

t"!"i4"1. :\4'l : ,'' : '/ N r0.s 'Mu st Pmiicip.te' Poverty MarchNEW

;:.".',, WASHINGTON, D. C.-The Negro voting and political participation The new forms of discrimination YORK.-Strongly
\ \',', USCommissionofCivilRights in the South. identified in the Com-
|\ IY' this week recommended "In this report we sought mission's report were State protesting Congressional I
to the PoorPeople's
posals hamper
,t I,. ; that the national political determine the extent of which laws and party rules which diluted March arrivalin
I parties require their State formerly unregistered Negroes or had the effect of diluting upon
Washington Wilkins, :
, ;' party organizations to afford in the South are now reg- the votes of newly enfranchised Roy
executive director of the Na-
: I k . Negroes full and equal participatlon istered to vote, whether those Negro voters; laws, tional Association for the Advancement
\I .' in every aspect of party who are voting are encountering rules, and practices to pre- of Colored People, ek" ,
I affairs as a condition tothe obstacles because of their vent Negroes from obtaining a
, ; : ; has called for "promptrejec ... .. .,
?' .
what obstacles confront ..
,, at the --
race discrimination
< of nail'
, ',' seating delegates office; against tion ...ofall such proposals."
,il'il'v, tional conventions this sum- Negro candidates and pros Negro registrants; exclusionand subcommittee of the Sunday, May 5, the Samuelettes, under the direction
#*' : J.. mer. pective candidates for office interference with Negro House Committee on Public of Mr. Samuel Adolphus, performed an inspirational con
(. v: This was one of several recommendations and the extent of Negro poll watchers; vote fraud;discrimination Works and Grounds held a cert before a near capacity crowd at Miami Northwestern
< the Commission participation in political party in the selection of
/ } hearing, May 6, on 75 bills introduced Senior High School. The performance was a benefit
\ Ina of a study affairs Taylor explained. forms olharassmentandlnUmi
made ,
'7 : report Adventist Union
by southern congressmen sponsored by the Seventh Day Academyto
V of participation by Negroes in "While we found that there timidation including economicand
> :
designed to restrict or swell its building fund for much needed renovationson
.. has been an increase in the
; : the electoral political processes physical reprisals. prohibit use of any public
: number of registered Negro the school plant.
: in 10 Southern States
in the District Co-
increase grounds The Samuelettes, a singing group of accomplished
; since the passage of the Voting voters and a corresponding
lumbia the marchers. The
; v 4 ; Rights Act of 1965. in the number of black I by musicians, are dedicated to The ideal of"top-notch per.
', i The report Political Part!- candidates seeking$ public and CEY. measures were opposed by formances each time." The group is available I I to
Administration spokesmenand
,;; ; I'ipaUon',' concluded that despite party office, there are new by officials of the District churches or other organizations that desire to sponsorit
'. v significant progress in voter forms of discrimination and to raise funds or merely to entertain.
; registration and political activity new election contrivances to DOUBLE ACTIONRSGRAYMW government. For additional information about this outstandinggroup
by Negroes since pas prevent Negroes from participating IZDRE In a telegram,dispatched of singers, contact Mr. W. L. Glenn, 6817525.
7 to H.Fal-
fully and freely in the ESKLV81NPLACE May Rep. George
sage of the Voting Rights Act, chairman of the
political and electoral processes lon(D., Md.),
problems remain in securing -
Public Works Committee,Mr.
I to the Negroes of the Taylor pointed out. ,,
Wilkins said: "The NAACP fJI1", : p"', % f!" rif.
'' ,. II J' :
South the opportunity particlpate In
( Jo '
and the
believes that you ma- .
\*, ;;, in equally votingandpollticalactivity. with white citizens SPIRITUAL TEA OURCLASSIFIED jority of your committee, as R l=TYi-

members of
as most Con
1 .
There will be a spiritualtea
I' gress, will agree with us that
: ,f William Staff Director reading Sunday, May
: L. Taylor, bills seeking to prevent PoorPeople's MQKER )
of the Commission described 19 at the home of Mrs.
March on Washingtonare '
the Political Particl- Florence Wiggins at 1081 ADS nothing more than bills of
I potion report as the first comprehensive NW 6 Is t. Street, sponsoredby 'attainder aimed at stifling OPEN 7 DAYS , ,; ,:

of the effects of the
) (
,: analysis
Do Come. assembly. We therefore, urge NO QUALIFYING $800 DOWN MOVE IN!
\ act of 1965
; \ Voting Rights uponr'
; RESULTS prompt rejection by your com Pretty corner house, aluminum siding, awnings,
::; mittee of all such proposals." I Iou I windows
( I a s e stove, refrig. Price only
''i $6,000 with $800 down and $75 month.

a 1174 67th St. $500 down. No quali-
((1)) NW : .'
) \ fying. 3 bedrooms CBS. $25 weekly. SELLER'PAYS ALL. CLttMlaCIITS'' ' :,
:rJ .AfYtX l YOlL Beautiful, "'ell' kept home on2':; lots; on." 55th:'St."

((2)) 900 NW 46th St. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla Hear N. W, 2nd Ave,. This custom ,built house*

room, $600 down, $130 pays all. ',must 'be 'Meal. Large rooms' carport, owning ;>win'dows"awningsfireplacetile'roof l '."f|

sprinkler'sys */.
'eii"ftnud'yardjJull'; of' fruit trees and b'eoutifu,',:,;
((3)) 2397 NW 96th St. Duplex. CBS, $500 :shrubs.' FHA' prite'onlyi'$15OOB.with: : : '$450, down*?*

down, $117 pays all. wand.$93:33'montb': : 'I>::"';' .' ,f, 'I;, :L"Z::: {"' .:, t
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((4)) 1420 NW 37th St. 2 bedroom, CBSFla
Like new, 3 bedroom CBS, awnings, jalousie
L&C ", room, garage. $350 down, $110 pays all .
U gas wall heater, terrazzo floors, stove,
refrigerator,'washing machine. Bargain at $13,000
((5)) 3010 NW 10th Ave. Up and down duplex. FHA with $400 down and $80.82 month. (Our

$800 down, $110 month. No qualifying. Opa-locka number is 6243666.).

::: '. ,"'v::8YSES: "FOR' 'REIJT' ... '; SELLER PAYS ALL CL09MG' COSTS : '-':":, "

bedroom Pretty 3 bedroom CBS new, area jalousie 'win*
County Judge 3244 NW'68th 3 J '
dews, carport, terrazzo floors, spotless inside
2125 NW 58th Street 3 bedroom apt. and out. Bargain at. ,$12,000,1$400. down and '
WUFUBLANTON 3150 NW 56th St. 3 bedroom"':' $74.41 month l! ,
FHA., Near sclrool'shoppin'gtetc,; ) ",
I 1217 NW 38th Street -. 1 bedroom opt '


FORD REALTYINC. Broker Lovely corner CBS, Fla room, carport, jalousie

3639 NW 15th Ave. 6354595 windows, awnings, gas heat, FHA price $13,500,
GO FORGREEnE $450 down and $83,71 month. (Our Opa-locka
number is 6243666.

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iModern 3 ,bedroom:", 2;bah C85ntv :area fJalou; Y,

( ) ;:"lie :windows' ,"r u :/'flbpriweII to 'wall. ;rarpetinjpatio ;:l(

3014 NW 19 STREET ,i ; and, barbeque, .ced.rard. FHA price?
,$13.500, $450 down and, $83:71: 1 month. (Our

693.4772 ll n=:., CALL 635-3177 [ .h'\no..b.u.lyx\;>jj,r,>1.<1IfM.t".ij 624'3646),,; ., '''''''J,),"1 !.bi.{,....'..... ",". .."', ,.",. ',-:opii:'
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choice location. No closing costs, bdrm, 1 bath, Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath beauty, tile roof,

ea. side $13,500, $450 down, $95.66 month. jalousie windows, appliances, freshly painted

FHA CBS, 2 BDRM, I BATH, Lr, K & din area, inside and out. Home is on 150th St. near HE

d. cpt., util rm, enclosed front porch, $11,500, 15th Ave. FHA price $14,000, $450 down and
$350!down, $74.50 month. $86.91 month. Vacant, we have keys!II


ADORABLE CBS, tile rf, vynl firs, 2 bdrm, 1 !
bath, $10,900, $1,000 down, $70 pays all. $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING


I bath, desirable area, $12,400, $1500 down, $86

THE MIAMI HERALD CBS, tile rf, vynl firs, garage, Ec1
fenced, $12,500, $1500 down, $110 pays all. REALTYBROKER
THE MIAMI TIMES WATERFRONT Dade County Pine, 3 bdrm, 1 I "

,". bath, garage, front screened porch, bar.b.q, ". y. ,
choice location, $11,000, $1500 down, $100 mo.
4932 NW 7th Ave.
TWO '- CBS HOUSES 2 bdrm, 1 bath ea. $200 ,

} mo. income. $13,500, $1500 down, $100 month. PL 9.4371 "

* * * * * * 16000 NW 27 AvetJ" : ,.:,.< ,y

TUNE IN TO JON CARLTON in the Real Estate q' ._...- /, ';'" :\,.;",..

Corner, WMBM, 1490 KC, Friday 3:00 p.m. and :> .,624.3666 ..';,/, '. ',;: ::/

e er to 9:00 see p.m.the Get homes.Real Estate Information and call b: ;,>.";;.,I d".l':" "t,t'I.Open, .,. .",, ., ',,"Evenings. ',t. ,",,,,,_ ., _Su"d V'. ,, "s 1..;; I.:"...tJ< <, 'I,';'

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 17, 1968 31 R,

- FOR SALE Cavalry Division Major Clark
was the divisions movement

I I ADS 3 BEDROOM BEAUTY control officer, in charge of

Like new CBS, large rooms, moving troops andequipmept:
r- tile roof, beautiful oak floors, ,.'' forward In support of combat
15 WORDS! OR LESS $1.50. 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD huge kitchen, a real home see: .". operations.

t DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P.M._ 1840 NW 46th Street.Call owner "." '. .;; .' ' Clark was awarded tho Viet

693-2631. '. ': \. namese service and campaign

FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE .jf. 0,; ,; ribbons, the combat Air Medal

Near Fla.Memorial College.. and the Bronze Star He is
Waterfront CBS home. .bed--, LOT & SMALL HOUSEA CBS 4 bedroom, 2 bath FHA
rooms, garage,bank financing nice lot with small house $13,500 $450 down (Vets Large beautiful honw.By own j\; <" being assigned to the Military

only $15,400. 10% down clean property total price$3- $100)), $104 month pays every er. No qualifying. $1,000 down Traffic; Management Head-

payment. Beautiful landscap 000 all cash, call to see.A. thing wall to wall carpeting 949-6992. (Indef.) quarters, Washington, D. C.

don't miss this one, openSun- B e n-Ken, Realtor call anytime included, awnings, hurry on Major Clark, a graduate of

day from 3 to 6 p.m. come over 759-2425. this one, it won't be around Sparkling FHA two bedroom Booker, T., Washington High,

to 9221 NW 14th Ave. Little'River long. Aetna Realty (Broker) Fla. room, fenced. $400 down and Hampton Institute the son
9400 Stove refrigerator and washer. of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L.
Boulevard. Our sales- RIVER BLVD. 811 NW 54th St. Ph 757-5724 ,
man will be waiting for you. qualifying only $1,800 Open 7 days. 5860 SW 59th St. Major Joseph N. Clark of Clark. He Is a member ofthe

Fenster Realty Broker 759- down and $95 month pays all Miami, has recently returned National Defense Transportation -

8779. total price $13,200. Wall to 21-23 NW 52nd St. No qualifying from Vietnam where he spentone Association andAlpha Phi
wall carpet a cute house 2 bed- fantastic investment, 2 year with the 1st Air Alpha Fraternity

2 bedroom nice frame home, room CBS. Needs painting= on houses on one lot, zoned R-3 bedroom, furnished, air-'

Florida room porch,beautl- outside but very nice inside.A. total price $9,000 $500 down conditioned, large and spa- ST. LUKERev. ST. JOSEPH'SBisbop
landscape seperate garage. Ben-Kori,Realtor call any- $85 live rent free let
cious, adults only,References O. Taylor, pastore.
FHA approved.Only$100 down time 759-2425. property pay for itself act needed. 1231 NW 77th Ter.$25 McNeal W. L. John, minister
for veterans, near school, quickly! Aetna Realty (Broker per week and $50 deposit. all Sister E. Dunn, reporterThe
are reminding mem-
busses and churches Drive ), 811 NW 54th St. Ph. 757-
2 bath. $1,000 down and move bers that our programs are church wishes to thank
153 NW 53rd St. then call
by 5724. Open 7 days. Furnished 3 bedroom apart-
right in. Tubin, Realtors 7906 still being given In behalf of all of our members and visitors
Broker 759-
Fenster Realty ment. C I e a n and nicely dec-
NW 7th Ave. Ph. 691-4785. CLOSING our Women's Day, which will who came to worship with
8779. NO COSTS orated.: Electricity and city convene next Sunday, at our us on last Sunday. We were

$1800 BELOW FHA reducedto Nice CBS 3 bedroom, 1 bath, water free. Call after 4:30 evening services. Our chair- also blessed with a gospelmessage
Cleanest and nicest home in Fla. room carport, hardwood 693-p449.
man and co-chairmanare our BishopwhoIn
Modern 3 bedroom
town! $450 down FHA $100 $20,000. floor, fenced. On NW 49th St.
behalf of the Tabernacle Interdenominational
2 bath. screened ter Pearl Taylor and Sister -
Large patio=
down VA. No closing costs. Near 5th Ave. FHA $400 down '1 bedroom house. Adults only
Mary Lightfoot. Our morning Baptist
Air conditioned
1888 NW 49th St. CBS, 2 bedroom garage. central $85 m 0 nth. Veteran or dis- 696-9646.
Church its services
was holding
heat. Tile roof and ter- speaker will be Mrs.Carolineand ,
2 baths, large Florida razzo floors FHA$1,000 down placed person $100 down, At- evening speaker will be here at 3 p.m.
room, quarter acre jpround lantic and Pacific Realtors 1 bedroom apartment furnished -
$131.12 month. Tubin Realtors Mrs. Idella King. Everyone Is
Marvin residence 6660411. Deacon Eddie Love, chair-
Call Mr. air conditioned. Ad u It s. invited to attend
7906 NW 7 Ave.Ph. 691- cordially
235-2748. Greater Miami 121 NW 70th Street. these services.The man of our Trustee Board, will
4785. deliver his trial sermon at the
Realty, 444-6133. 1801 NW 44th Street z chairman Is asking all
3 bedroom and 'WANTED. Working lady church, at 3 p.m. All are invited -
swimming HOME AND INCOME age captains to please make your
FHA TERMS FHA terms $700downandseller Lovely 2 bedroom dining room 40-50 to share apartment. reports to the secretary Sun The fa mo us Sons of

LOW 20'S pays= all closing costs. living room, fenced yard,plus 635-7626. day afternoon. Our captain Is Jericho will be In gospel concert -

3 bedroom, 2 bath, air condi- Tubin, Realtors. 7906 NW 7th home in rear for income.$695 Sister Annie McNeal, any This is In behalf of Sis-

tioned, central heat, screened Ave. Ph. 6914785. down. Move right. in. Owner Rooms. To see call, 635-4805 member not in an auxiliary, ter Dunn who is the sponsor,
the church Is located at 217 NW
patio fenced yard, anytime
693-2631. please see her and pay your
condition, by owner. Open Sa- DUPLEXSELLER PAYS assessments. All others are 8th Street.

turday and Sunday.9325 NW 14 ALL CLOSING COSTS FHA No closing cost, modern CBS 1 bedroom furnished apartment asked to see your captain.Let .

Avenue. price $16,000.$600 down Mod duplex, 1 bedroom, 1 bath Adults only NW 2nd Ave us not forget to pray and ST. LUKE

ern CBS with tile roof and each. FHA $450 down $95 and 59th St. Call 691-4764. visit the sick and shutIns.EBENEZER .

Lot. Corner NW 51st Terraceand hardwood floors. Walk in month. Drive by 4727 NW 15th Katie Mitchell, reporter

33rd Avenue. 110 x 50 ft. closets. Tubin, Realtors.7906 Ct., for inspection phone 666- Room for nice reliable man. Rev. Luther J. Lee, pastor

821-8867. NW 7th Ave. Ph. 6914785. 0411. Atlantic .and Pacific 691-4205. Can be reached anytime -

Realtors. after 5. Rev. A. D. Hall, pastor The church family is spon-

$6500 CASH 2161 NW 100th STREET E. Ingram, reporterThe soring a series of services on

BEDROOM, 11/2 BATH FHA $10,500. Low monthly No qualifying move right In 2 lovely large rooms In private public is invited to attend Monday night, May 20. Re&,,

FRAME payments= 2 bedrooms, bath, immaculate 2 t>edro9m1 home, call 371-3622. the Annual Spring Musical William S. Ford will render

Purchase as is unfurnished. double carport,only 2 years enclosed sleeping porch, car- Nice adult Tea sponsored by Choir No..2,' service for the youth churclr,'

760 NW 66th St. old. Custom built on very port tile roof, hardwood floor, couple. Single man Sunday, at 4 p.m. Mrs. Ollle sponsoring Sister Katie Mitr

Call Mr. Wilson J. K. Realty large double lot. A Real bar- nicely furnished tool $1600 or woman for 1 bedroom cot- M. Ross is the president. chell.

947-7571 gain. Greenwood Realty, down $110 month pays everything tage apartment. Fully furnished. The Bartley will be' in On Saturday, at 7 p.m. all

Realtor, 8000 Biscayne Blvd. On NW32ndSt.near 13th Utilities Included. $22.50 charge of Class Meeting Tues members and friends are ask
6 UNITS 759-5786. Ave. Atlantic and Pacific quiet neighborhood. 1012 NW
day night.
ed to be at the church to
Must be sold by owner.Steady' Realtors 666-0411. 75th St. 6932838. after 5 pm. On last Sunday mother's goona
wonder ride sponsored by the
2120 NW 98th St. No quali-
tenants Good Income, in nice day an over-whelming crowd
Trustee Board Brother
section. Priced fying, 3 bedroom, 1 bath,$500 4 units ,
$12,500. Investors' paradise One bedroom furnished apartment attended the morning service, White operating.Thisis
$3,000 down. 758-4873. down, all CBS, airconditioned modern furnished apartments Bachelor preferred with the message was delivered by sponsored,in behalf of our

fenced yard, E-Z monthly $18,000, only $2,000 down Income references only $16.00 week the pastor. The Rev CUbell, building fund. It is called the
terms. Be first! Aetna Realty
$320 month payment Call 754-6277. district
135 NW 40th St.,, superin- operation in action week.
(Broker), 811 NW 54th St. Ph.
$140 month. Gross profit$180
tendent brought the evening
FHA terms total price$14,300with Everyone is welcome. Please
757-5724 7 days.
$450 down this Is a nice per month. No qualifying, message. come out and help us make thisa
seller take back 1 mortgage at HELP WANTED Let us not forget to visit the
large 2 bedroom CBS with success.
525-27 NW 58th St.-Gorgeous low interest of 6%. Atlantic & sick and shut-ins and mail a
large Florida room. Call for CBS Duplex, could be used as Pacific Realtors 666-0411. card of cheer.

appointment to see. A. Ben- a 3 bedroom, 2 bath, tile roof, ATTRACTIVE GIRL

Kori, Realtor call anytime stove, refrigerator, one air- No qualifying move right in for film legitimate work, go, HELP YOU NEED?

759-2425. conditioner FHA $13,000.00 modern CBS 2 bedroom, bath, go helpful, experienced or inexperienced CHILD CARE' Just telephone

$400 down Seller pays clos- Florida room, carport tile Call 754-9288. 757.4827

ing costs $85.77 monthly roof, hardwood floor. Close In Infants and toddlers. Best of This service Is free
OUR BEST BUY see today!Aetna Realty(Broker town location. EZ down$94 Insurance sales-man high care in my home. PL 8-9972 American Spiritual Church

Total price FHA terms 811 NW 54th St. Ph. 757- month, Atlantic and Pacific school graduate. Be your own Office 1080 NW 54th St.

$13,000 with $400 down 2bed- 5724. open 7 days. Realtors 666-0411. boss. Full or part time. Excit- (May17)FOR
room CBS very nice 2 Florida ing career. 75445568. Infants and toddlers.: Best.of

rooms, beautiful kitchen lots 161 NW 68th St. CBS 2 bed- $ DOWNFHANO care In the home. 635-2893
of cabinets Ben- -- (bidet)
a good buy.A.
1 bath Florida room
Kori, Realtor call anytime Beck's Barber Shop. 6612 NW SALE
carport, completely GOOD CLOSE IN LOCATION 18th Ave.
759-2425. 3 bedroom 2 bath
E-Z downpay-
FHA $12,950 -
Lovely 3bedroomCBSHurry, LEGAL NOTICE
ment, Seller pays all closing this will sell fast Allapattah Nice clean lady keep my four Intend to register under fictitious age.
A BEAUTY will fast be 1809 NW 41st Street
costs i this move
FHA Realty, Realtors, year old In your\ home or ma- name actSUBURBAN
Terms $15,500 only$500
first! Aetna Realty (Broker), APPLIANCE 7195 NW 15th Court
ture school girl home or
down with 20 mortgagethis your
year 757-5724
54th St. Ph.
811 NW .
Is.the most beautiful home BUSINESS PROPERTY mine nights. 759-6026. SERVICE COMPANY ,. Buy Like Rent

40 foot living room Huge Fla. Open 7 days. 510 NW 54th St. Large store. 1WNW: ): 119th Street: JE 8-1340 _

room three huge bedrooms and 2101-03 NW 92nd St. 2 bed- Ideal for auto paintinggrocery Miami, Florida.Arnold G.Ar-
three baths a dream kitchen or shops. 2 offices plus 2 rowood, owner.
and beautiful grounds it isa room landlord duplex, $1,000, down your- E-Z own; four room apartments.Com- MISCELLANEOUSRUMMAGE May 17, 24, 31 and June?

sam estate a must see for No qualifying invest pletely furnished upstairs,air
better living. If you want future today- conditioned, parking lot in SALE HELP WANTED
in own
this is your rear. Easy terms.Owner 751- 1440 NW 44th St. STORES FOR RENT
something special
very 811 NW
Aetna RealtyBroker)
it. 5171. 1 Hot point washer, 1 vacuum ,a '
has a formal dining roomit 7
54th St. Ph. 757-5724. Open cleaner 3 toasters 3 Irons i WaitressesDay
is CBS.Appointment show. EDISON CENTER ,
A. Ben-Kori, Realtor call any- days. NO QUALIFYINGOR floor polisher and scrubber, and night shifts

time 759-2425. Pretty CBS 3 bedroom 2 bath LOAN COSTS 4 bar chairs, and ladies dress Large double & single available. Need not beexperienced.
9000 NW 8th AVENUE and slacks, misses sizes 14 stores. Suitable for
built in .Will train.
Fla. room ovenrangefenced
Lovely CBS wall to wall car- and 12's.Sweaters and odds professional or busi
T0TALPrlce$2900(300 FHA $450 down $95 Liberal fringe benefits.
down!) 6 roomsl! Big lot! Inquire month. Veteran or displaced pets. Like brand new. Must see I and ends. Sale starts 10 a.m. ness. Reasonable rent.
4-1236. Profit sharing plan. '
49 NW 34th St 311-6728 person $100 down Atlantic and to appreciate. Allapattah )ISaturday morning. NW 7th Ave. & 63rd &

(May 31) pacific Realtors. 666-0411. Realty, 633-0426. 64th St. Busy location. able.Parking space avail-

SELLER CLOSING r Near shopping center. JUNIORS .. ,.

COSTS. MODERN 2 bedroom 2 bedroom, and 1 bed apart- age, wall to wall carpet, air-, Room additions remodeling Parking. RESTAURANTS .

CBS Florida room. Near 17th ments and efficiency. Partly conditioned, bedrooms new!y alterations commercial Telephone Mr. RubinJE S.. Mr. Pttt between 9:30

Ave. FHA price '$12,000 $400 furnished, good Income, excellent painted inside and out.$16,5 00 I. Industrial residential Free & 12 noon, 1:30 & 3 pw... ,

down $83.02 month. Veteransand NE location, large 10% down, 1050 NW 90 St,. estimates Allied Builders 2-5190 2497 Collins Avt.,Mia. 8ch.CLASSIFIED .
Urban renewal $100 down. fenced lot, ideal for children. Drive by then call 693-0865,. 665-8811.
Tubin Realtors. 7906 NW 7th Live-in one rent the other two. (Indef.) (May. 31) (M17))

Avenue. Ph. 691-4785. 947-2068.


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