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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: May 24, 1968
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f, 3 Black Students Jailed, Crazed Student Shoots Teacher ., p .i{,l lA

15-year-old studentsum- out of the office down a cor- received multiple wounds -
: 3 Others mooed to the as.istantprinch ridor and shot another student, from the shots. He received'his 11.
t Guilty pal's office for disciplinary Larry Jones, 13, of 1144 NW b a c h e l o r'S degree from 11,
k ..' reasons critically wounded 'a 63rd Street.Both were taken to Tennessee A 6 I University, ;:
Three members of me United Black Students -- the group *% teacher and another student Jackson Memorial Hospital. and started teaching in the i rj
t of Univeristy of Miami students who staged a successful sit- Wednesday Dade School System Just this *'
', in last week In Dr. Henry King Stanford's office--were Jailed Grissom ,then fled, according ' year. ::,
;? Tuesday by Coral Gables city Judge Francis McGee. The youth, identified by to deputies, and a searchwas Grissom 1 had apparently: ft
Eight other members of the group were given 30-day( Jail S Sheriffs deputies as Ernest then organized. He was, persisted in sitting in the ::
sentences for their participation in the sit-in,but the sentences Grlssom of 1840 NW 60th St., caught, however, less than a wrong class and was then takento '
If, were suspended. was captured near Drew Junior hour after the 1 p.m.shooting. the assistant principal's .A\
r McGee sentenced the three Jail with them. We're mem- High School at 1801 NW Grissom had a record of class by Dean.He abruptly left '
.f Jailed students to 30 days also, bers of the same organizationwith 60th St. following the shooting disciplinary problems andhad the o f f Ice. but returned five
but suspended20daysofthe them. We're members to -fl"," , 'j incident. been called to the office a short minutes later with a pistol po.. ,\
t. order, !and ordered them to so we'll go to jail" time before the shooting. said.
serve 10 days in jail McGee Long was among the eight Mrs. KingTo Deputies said thatafter The boy appear e d "irra-
said the three were! given Jail students who received suspended Grissom shot Norward Dean Dean, 25, a graduate of Ml- t1 0 n a I" when he appeared in "/
"I terms because:,they were not sentences. of 5560 NW 18th Ave., a graphics a m i Northwestern High and the office,a school official told
RecordThe art teacher, he then ran MIami-Dade police.
Junior College
; University of Miami students. Judge McGee ruled that John
He, ruled three other students H. Samuel, Reginald Burton National Symphony Orchestra -
were guilty but without and Lynw ood Johnson must
said that
Tuesday il ilGov.
adjudication, ,saying he would serve 10-( day sentences.Sam. Mrs. Martin Luther King Jr. Kirk Critical of Poor People's March
I' ,., enter no finding. The students ,uel and Burton' are former UM would narrate a,full, sum- '
were,promised that if they did students. phonic production of Aaron Claude Kirk sharply Kirk said the mass march of
not get in trouble within the They were Jailed at once. Copeland's "Lincoln Por, criticized the'' Poor: Peoples, poor Negroes to the nation's '>
;rr .pextt, year,''there would .be no The 11 were found guilty of trait'' from the s.t e p* of the',March; on Washington Sunday ,cajjitaji! "i?. like lighting :,'.. n"
'JL 'I'/"entries on their"records.Bruce disorderly conduct by creating Lincoln Memorial, on May:30. for'Us lack of firm leadership, 'match in a ga filled room -1
,. Rogow attorney for a, disturbance and resisting in connection 'with the Poor' and potentially Violent atmosphere .
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the Economic Opportunity arrest without violence. People's campaign. ,
| nor said that instead of marching '..'
Program Legal Services who Also) found guilty were M. Robert the '
Rogers, sym- Kirk, addressing, the South ,
on the capital, the Negroes
represented the students,said Wayne Thompson, Keith phony's managing directr, Carolina state Junior Cham- 'm
hewould appeal the decision. Jones, William Johnson, Wilbur should contact the congressional
reports circulatingin ber of Commerce in Columbia,. of individual
i' After the' decision Johnson delegations
UBS James Thompson the recording industry that said:,
:., President Harold Long said H, George Battle and Wilbur the orchestra would stage the "I think there's no leader states in small groups to :\
; the students would await the Butler. free, open air concert at 2 p.m. ship in this Poor. Peoples present their grievances.
I" result of the appeal. He also The other three were Velvets A number of recording companies March. They are calling it Florida's 'governor also i
said: Turner, 21, and Jackie were said to be inter 'Resurrection City' but it said the Poor people's March t
J. "If we can't get them out ofT Hawkins, 20, and Harold ested in taping 1 the perfor could easily become Insurrection would do nothing but"litter the
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I Get-Tough Polity Will Only Cause Rebellion Sociologist Says I

An eminent American sociologist tough 'or shoot-to-kill or can expect to face the problem year to alleviate causes of un-

a n coq;W'4J:,,$Ql a.'4fmIvfu sooner, Hauser said, "be- rest in the cities. 2 Attend Police-Community '
Miami audieoe "Jt1r ts&YUa ; l a h ause Negroes are progres- "Can we afford it?"Hauser I'
law and order without the ap- in a repressive society,"Hau- sing faster here." asked, "Well, let me suggest
plication of a third word-justice ser said. In a wide-ranging probe into you cannot afford it/ Relations Seminar
cannot hope to stem the Hauser, professor of so- the causes of racial unrest, He said aspersions cast ,j
tide of Negro rebellion in the ciology and muchsought Hauser said Miami alone could at the Negro that he is lazy,
U. S. speaker oncurrent urban not hope to head off civil dis- shiftless and not willing to Police Chief walter
"If you Just talk about law affairs ,,' made the somber order. "It is nota Miamtprob- work overlooks the complexities Headley announced that he has
,and order, you don't understand prediction that Miami more lem, it Is a national problem." of America's urbanized sent two members of his department -
the world you're livingin than any other Southern city Hauser went on to challenge society. to Lansing, Michi-
,' Dr. Philip Hauser of the could ex pec t racial turmoil. popular "American myths" There no longer exist jobs gan to attend the week long

University of Chicago said To avoid riots, he said, there' which be said were a result of where,a person can "make a seminar ofPol1cecommunityRelations. .
Thursday. must be anational commit- imposing 19th Century philosophies living with his back,' he said. The seminar is

Hauser's remarks came ment to attack poverty and racial onto a,complex, 20th where it was true that other sponsored and conducted by the
during a roundtable discussion injustice. Century urbanized society. ethnic groups advanced National Conference of Chris-
entitled H ow Can We Prevent "There is no great mystery "Negroes still live in rat- through manual labor In the tians and Jews -- Mr. Frank

Race Riots in Miami," spon- why there is a Negro rebellion Infested slums, and that includes 18th Century,those avenues no Magrath, local coordinator.The .
sored by the American Civil In the United States today.Nor Miami. Negroes still longer exist in 20th Century conference lasts for one

Liberties, Union, MiamiChapter is there a mystery why thereis send their children to schools America that has under gone week beginning the 20th of May
; Dade County Community more (discord) in the North that don't give the same oppor- rapid technological change. attended
and will be by ap-
Relations Board, and the University than in the South."Revolutions tunities. Living conditions are Hauser attacked the 90th

of Chicago Alumnae have never worse (in the ghetto),"he said, Congress as an aggregate of proximately throughout 300 policemenfrom theUnited
Club. occured in history until a peo- "than during the depression of "19th Century minds and 20th
"The use of force,' a get- people are on the rise".Miami the 1930s." Century bigots. This is the States.

.-- Hauser said the U. S. must Congress that Newsweek Attending from the City of munity Relations for the Police
immediately begin to implement magazine referred to as the Miami Police Department will Dept. Lt. Smith has long
Project 2 Residents the recommendationsof Marie Antoinette Congressthat be Major Alfred W. Andersonand been known for his work in the
the Kerner Report. said 'Let them have U LeroySmith.Major Anderson field of Community Relationsboth
rats,' Hauser said. is coordinator of Com on and off duty.
The report, based on the
Want Home Ownership
findings of the presidential He was referring to con- ion
committee appointed to look gressional rejection of the bill MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE

If the opinions expressed at Thursday's meeting of residents into the causes of race riots, to fight rat infestation in the MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY I
living in the second Urban Renewal area are typical, then they estimated it would cost between cities..The bill was resubmitted -
want home ownership most of all. $30 and $35 billion a and ultimately passed L APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. Jh

The residents met with Dade's Urban Rcnwal officials, so
the officials could find out'What the residents needed and want-
Some of the 300 persons attending to buy a home for the same
the meeting voiced monthly payments.
fear that urban renewal would Residents also wanted assurance -
move them off their land and that rentals in the
put them in rental units, while public housing units constructed -
many renters called for more to replace condemned
housing they could buy outright apartments would be low
enough for them to afford, but h
Urban Renewal Director would also be free of rats,
Norman Watson promised roaches and rent-raises by
them that."There absentee landlords.
Problems of relocating dis- i tt
37 home-
are only 5x
possessed residents also
owners in the area now. You
bothered the people.. But Wat-
want houses you can buy at aprice )
son assured them the urban r.c& Sd 4k to ; .o&d... '., .
afford and we "
you renewal would ., ',
are going to provide this.Whenwe program go 'j -
slowly enough so as not to "
are(through,there will be a
move out until there
anyone ,
lot more homeowners in the
was no place for him to stay. dtrnl exA .
Fc +
Project 2 bounded byNW First
Watson also said construc- 3rd and 7th Avenues, and NW
tion of homes to be sold out- 14th St. and the Miami River
right to Negroes is greatly dependent -- is a predominately blightedarea.
on the passage of sev- .
eral low-income home owner- The Dade officials also
ship bills pending before Con- promised the residents that

gress now.Watson. the: land around the river wouldbe

opened up to beautify the
also said construc- community. The people now For
tion of homes to be sold,out- are shut off from the river by
right to Negroes is greatly dependent commercial and industrial From
on the passage of sev- velopment.

low-income homeowner- Construction of the units is
ship bill pending before Congress slated to begin in two years,

now. but the mass meetings will be
H e predicted easy passageof continued in an effort to make .
the bills would allow per- sure the community agrees
sons now paying $80 a month with what is built In the area.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Frldoy May, 24, .1968 . ..3 r \. \(4!

mateur, Talent To Show 'lri 1 +-. :\. . ., :t.:' .

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,I it R., Neighborhood Variety Shows j 3 1 1A

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.g L of variety show lag" Vice Mayor Irwin G.
ey r
ed at in
involving youth a com-
entertainment for and by Christie c a 11 e d the program .
neighborhood youths beginning munity-wide amateur talent "a good one.'. : ;
I contest leading to a trip to New
\ June 21 was kicked off at a Among those pledging the .
York and on the
an appearance 'i
breakfast meeting Tuesday by cooperation of their organizations
Ted Mack Amateur Hour.
City of Miami officials and local were Paul Robertson,
Miami Stephen
Mayor p.
Miami Motion picture
amusement .and business Opera-
Clark in calling the meetingsaid
leaders. tor's Association official; Mel
calls for
program Karl, Screen Actors 'Guild of
total involvement on the part of
Garth Reeves, editor of The the community and is bound to Miami; Frank Case lola,Musi
w Miami Times, was named cian's Union 655;,Lou Marsh, I
have a wholesome effect on our
chairman, and Harry Botwick, summer activities" president of Greater Miami :{;
district manager of the Florida Footllghters Association; Max y
City Manager M. L. Reese
State Turk of Miami chapter of
Theatres, Inc., cochairman said "It could include ropingoff
of the program aim- American Guild of Variety Artists -
blocks for dancing
city ,
Robert Slmms director
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movies and I
appear- pays off at Variety/ Children's Hospital. Housekeeping em- ances of stars in the area." Metro Community Relations '": I I

ployees (seated) John Jenkins and Pearl Ward and Baldomero Villalongo/ (standing '. Miami City CommissionerMrs. Board; and Eugene Florida Autrey,
vice-president Pow-
left) receive djplomas for completing a Custodial Training Course conducted at the FREE RIDES M. Athalie Range said, er and Light Company., :
Hospital by the American Institute of Engineers.. TO' POLLS "Areas that will be involved
Seen (center) is George1 Dillon, Superintendent of Maintenance and Hospital at the beginning of the programare Reeves said another meeting ,

Executive Director, Gerard W. Frawley/ presenting the diplomas.The CALL 693-4041 Liberty City, Coconut would be held within week t.,

course included films records and demonstrations on hospital maintenanceand Grove,' Brownsville and Central when committees and details
sanitation, and is part of Variet 's continuing; free program of employee education. Miami. Other areas will of the program will be an.naunced. .

be discussed at a later meet- .


I Black Students Jailedcontinued 9 Miamians Get Degrees .\!f!

also [ Free Rides To Polls ;
on page 3 study the UM curriculumand ,
determine blackoriented From B-CC Monday

Fields. The trio were found courses additions are Call 693-4041

guilty of disorderly conduct necessary.The Two prominent speakersand Hotchkiss Heyn Memorial ,
only.The university will also the awarding of 174 degrees Chapel followed by a tradi- I
students said when told create four black-oriented will climax a full week tional tree planting ceremony (

they were arrested and ask- courses to be included in the of graduation activities at Be- May 20; Beach outing, Tues- WE WILL PICK YOU UP FROM YOUR HOME .

ed to go to the police station; tall curriculum. They include thune-Cookman College, Day- day, May 21;Senior Consecration OR YOUR JOB AND TAKE YOU TO VOTE ,\
"We won't give you any courses on the geography and tona Beach, Florida, scheduled Service in Heyn Memorial a

trouble. We wllt be passive.But economics of Africa,labor May 25 through 27th. Chapel, "8 p.m., May 22 and a ,

we will not go of our owu problems with emphasis on the Dr.:Coward Thurman, DeanE Senior Alumni Breakfast in Central Dade Election Hq.

free will" Negro and a history of the Civil me t ", Marsh Chapel,''Charles C. Parlin Student 1

They submitted to being War and Reconstruction, with Boston University, will de' Center, May 26, 9 a.m.

picked up and carried out. similar emphasis. liver the baccalaureate ad- Cor. NW 62 St.Former .
Candidates for graduat'ionfor
Judge McGee said the stu- dress at 3:00 p.m., May 26 in
the Bachelor of Arts
dents had gone one step beyond Moore's Gymnasium. The -
the orderly process. keynote speaker during com are: Emerald Benthone, fc 17 Ave. ;

Late last week,however,the mencement exercises on May Barbara Davis, John Dillard,

students won university 27th at 10 a.m. is' Malvin R. Constance Grant, and Ruby ( Range Headquarters) ":,

proval of many of their demands Goode, News Commendator, Sims. .

including 25 scholar- American Broadcasting Com For the,degree of Bachelor,: Come' in and pick-up sample ballots and learn .
ships f disadvantaged stu- pany, Inc.Earlier. Sciencej'Hilma Clear, Bernard '
to use the voting machines.
dents. Holley Bernard Hums
in the week the stu- ,
The full-tuition scholar- and Allan Franklin Wilson. I'J
dents participated in the fol-
ships, each worth $1,650 a
year, will be known as the JohnF. lowing events: A special program
Kennedy- Martin Luther for seniors in Gertrude

King Jr. Memorial Scholar-
ships and will be awarded

without reference to race, AT MODERATE RATES-CALL
creed, or color. NEW CAR SALESMANAT

The first 25, however, will
be warded to black students BONDED '

from predominately Negro TEACHING IN

high schools in Dade County. Richard Desire, a former
The new scholarships will performer who was featuredon RENTAL

be in addition to 25 already ap- Newton, son of the the Ed Sullivan Show, has

proved by the board of trus- owners of Newton's Sundrieson Joined the sales staff at Dumas -

tess. Seventeen of those NW 18th Ave. is a teacherat Milner Chevrolet as a new

scholarships ware given to Manual Junior High School car sales consultant. He has AGENCY .

Negro students. in Louisville, Ky. The popular been in the automobile field for -
A group of three distinguished teacher I s fondly referred to the past three years and was ,

1 black sociologists will as "Fig' by his students who associated with a local Buick -

rate him a sa" rea 1 cool" dealer. w 1t

teacher. a
Desire, who was born in !
More than 4,200,000- The Miami Northwestern Trinidad, West Indies,and who %f ,., THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND

sons sustained injuries in graduate attended Mississippi attended the University of MANAGEMENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATING .,

automobile accidents last Valley College and later,Ken- West Indies, Jamaica: was a IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES \
year. Driver error,accordingto tucky State College in Frank- versatile talent in the show 4 .

The Travelers Insurance fort, where he was a baseball field. He had his own 14-piece A fleet of cars and collectors give door to door s.rvic.for. I,

Companies annual statistics, player and drum major. band and appeared in major: tenants .con ven lenc. I I

was responsible for more At Manual,Newton a shop Miami Beach Hotels with this ;
than 90percent of the 1967 tea c her, karate instructor, group. He also played at the A community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent '

highway casualties. drill master and sportscaster. Dante Fascell inaugural party. . free,,"furnished and air conditioned foryour comfortand enjoyment. ;.:

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday,. May 24, 1968 -,

1"1; .rtII A.. .ck.. J._. M A 4
BayardRustin: : i :

pI TJ To Be EqualBy '

Whitney Young, Jr.
I Office 4530 NW 15th Ave.,Miami, Flo. 33147- hon 1 691-0421
Executive Director
H. E.' SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher National Urban League
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor
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, STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor .

t'r National Advertising'Publl RepresentativeAmalgamated short. 1 Inc. Poor Peoples' March RUSTIN EXPLAINS NEGRO ANTISEMITISMNEW L.J

310 Madison Avenue. Wew'Vock.: N.' Y. 10017 will becomA the place of assembly YORK. Some 400 leaders of the Antt-Defamation
Member of the National Newsoiper Publishers Association Washington, D. C. once more ;
2400 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 for thousands of marchers seeking broad c League of B'nai B'rith were brought to their feet In a sustained

In our system. The Poor Peoples' March is, however, different ovation as Bayard Rustin, executive director of the A. Philip
! SUBSCRIPTION RATES Institute completed an hour-long analysis of the
"ONE 'YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 from those which preceded It. 'Randolph cur-
in the first place,it's not a one or two day affair. Temporary ,rent Negro situation and a moving call for continued Jewish

,Entered as Second Class Matter, August, 1927 at the Post living quarters have been set up, and Rev. Ralph Abernathy, ,participation in the civil rights struggle. ,He spoke at the an-
:' Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Dr Martin Luther King's successor as head of the Southern ,nual meeting of the League. ,

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" Christian Leadership Conference, is determined to keep the Rustin said he is "No apologist" for Negro anti-Semitism,
'The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can but lead marchers In Washington until the actions of Congress reflect ,that "it Is here, it Is dangerous, it must be rooted out. We can-

t,; the to every world man from regardless racial and of national his antagonism creed or color when his it accords human the seriousness of our domestic crisis. i not sweep I t under the rug. What we can and had better do is

and legal rights. Hating no racet l.oring no man-the Negro Another difference Is that this march Is not the special pro- ,understand It.'

Press strives to help every man in the firm belief- that oil men vince of any single ethnic group. Negroes predominate, but Such anti-Semitism, the national civil rights leader held,
;;are hurt as long as anyone is held back. that Is only because so many of the poor are black. But poor ,should be seen in context, as part of a larger picture in which

whites, like those In Appalachia who were promised end to 1 ;Negro militants are out to destroy a society which (a) promises

;THE MIAMI TIMES RECOMMENDS: their poverty but got nothing more than promises,are also 1 i but doesn't perform, and (b) teaches them that"violence is a

marching. 'force for social change."
Tbe Editorial Board of The Miami Times recommends the So too American Indians who sawa continent stolen from Where anti-Semitism exists, he said, it is a reflection of a

f'' following candidates In next Tuesday's primary runoffs: them and then were reduced by the victors to the most abject: ."love-hate s y n d r o m e'* in which "you attack first those you

U. S. Senate LeROY COLLINS poverty. Puerto Ricans and other Spanish-speaking citizens ;love, those who have, in fact, carried your banner

State Supreme Court JOE BOYD are also Washington-bound, seeking an end to the discrimination In addition to Jews, Rustin noted, the young Negro today is
State Legislature JOE KERSHAW(99th District) which keeps them out of jobs and to the end of exploitationof ,equally disdainful of moderate Negro leadership and the lib-

.trict State Legislature GEORGE BAUMGARTNER (107th Dis- farm labor and mirgrant workers. i eral community in general, Including the labor movement

) Many Americans suffer the dull ache of poverty. Negro 1 Further, he said, "If you happen to be an uneducated, poorly
Juvenile Court
Judge JOHN V. FERGUSON forced off the land In Mississippi are literally in the then
sharecroppers |trained Negro living ghetto . you only see four
School Board
GENE DAVIDSON (District 3)) starving. Doctors have testified to the effects of malnutritionon 1 ,different white people:" the policeman, the businessman, the
School Board WILLINGTON ROLLE (Group 1))
young children. Many are crippled for life because of starvation i teacher and the welfare worker. In most cities, Rustin pointedout
C. G. CHAMBERS (Group 1 Republican)
diets. the last three "are predominantly Jewish.
School Board JOHN HICKEY
(Group 2)
Other effects of poverty are rat-Infested homes, broken' The businessman may keep people "alive for three and four

SHIRLEY) SPELLERBERG (Group 2 Republican f a mill e s, bad health, and the horrors of watching beautiful weeks at a time . until they,can pay for what they bought'

Metro Commission young children lose their Innocence and potential,and become i but television sets cost more in Harlem--although extended
HAROLD GREEN(District 1))
: Metro Commission EARL CARROLL District hardened and old before their time. credit time permits people to have a TV they wouldn't other-
Presidential Preferential EUGENE MCCARTHY 3)) slate And all this Is happening In the midst of the most fabulously' wise have, Rustin explained.

wealthy nation In history Similarly, he said, "In the ghetto one does not analyze that

The Editorial Board again recommends for your consider- Some people, Including Congressmen,have already protested the whole educational system may be corrupt, that not matter

ation the abovementioned candidates vying for office in Tues- the march. I guess It makes them nervous when they have 1 ,how much that teacher wants to teach she cannot in those conditions -

day's runoff. to see the poor with t h e i r own eyes. It's much easier to vote how can you teach children when you have thirty in

against rent supplements and anti.poverty funds when you don't a class and two disruptive children who need
psychiatric care?
Again, as in the first primary, we recommend the electionof
have to see the results of your work. "But to the mother there is the teacher--and
former Gov. LeRoy Collins to the U.S. Senate. The winnerof she's
To the people who say that such a march of citizens to thnation's e Jewish."
this will meet Edward Mr.
race Republican
Tuesday Gurney.
capitol Is a tragedy, would say that the real tragedylies The holds for the welfare
Collins has a fine record as Florida's chief executive and as same worker in a system where
In the fact that the should have to march at
poor all. The
bead of the nation's Community Relations Service:We can look "spying Is part" of the Job, Rustin maintained. "The method
real Is that of which refused to listen to the
tragedy a society
forward to progressive years ahead for the state If he is elect- |by which the relief rolls are decreased Is on the basis of finding -
cries of poverty for all these
ed to the U. S. Senate. years. : a nun In the house."
The shouldn't have to march.Others should be march-
poor The Jew he
contended, Is again being scapegoated for the
We again recommend the election of Elton Gissendanner to ing. America's privileged people. the rich and the upper ,evils of society. .,
the U.S.Congress. Mr.Gissendanner served well In the Florida middle classes who reap such enormous benefits from our way
Rustin warned that in
each case where there has been riot
legislature and deserves to be sent to the Congress.We of life ought to be dramatically calling on Congress to providea
ing, moderate forces had been working for months, if not
believe Joe Kershaw and George Baumgartner are more measure of justice for the poor. years, to effect change little avail.Change came only with

than qualified to go to Tallahassee to represent Dade County. Congress itself ought to bout marching to the poor sectionsand rioting--in Chicago, in Watts, even at Columbia University--

Both men have tine community service records.We to the ghettos of America which it helped to create And if (thereby teaching militants a lesson and undercutting the moderate
they are too busy to march, at least let them ride to the pov-. leadership.
repeat our previous endorsements of Gene Davidson and erty-striken areas. That way they could get somo reading done
Wlllington Rolle for election to the Dade School Board. We also too .. books like the Kerner Commission Report which tells i "The action "for dealing with the problem of justice must

endorse the election of John Hickey, C. G. Chambers and what has to be done to end our urban crisis. come quickly, Rustin declared, "and prior to rioting, lest

Shirley Spellerberg to the board. Both Mr.Chambers and Mrs. And once they get to the ghettos, these lawmakers ought to 1 ,we change further Is an teach act of people that the only viable method of social

Spellerberg are Republicans. The School Board will be facing climb the rickety stairs, smell the uncollected garbage eat desperation.
increasingly complex problems In the coming years and we the surplus food, battle the rats at night. I have a hunch,that "What I know, and what you ought to know, is the tragedy of

believe the election of Davidson, Rolle,Hickey,Chambers educational marches to the slums could change an awful lot of( j society which will not nuke basic changes but will make rubber -
Spellerberg can best meet this challenge.We votes. band, bandaid, mercurochrome accommodation to rioting

I hope this Poor People's March Is successful and while i--- so long as the rioting goes to point X. When it reaches X
restate our endorsement of Metro Commissioner Joe this Is a SCLC project the Urban has !plus one, we are all In trouble, for then there will be repres-
League offered Its
Boyd to the State Supreme Court,and John Ferguson to the Juvenile as- sion and vigorous repression. You cannot on-tenth
sistnace. We have backed the repress
Court. always goals of the March. They: '
are: jobs for all who can work; guaranteed annual Income for J of the population, no matter how badly it behaves, without
For the Metro Commission the
we suggest election of in-
those who can'tThe threatening the civil liberties of everyone in the nation.
jumbent, Harold Greene and newcomer Earl Carroll. Mr. first Rustin has been of the chief in the nonviolent
goal -- jobs for all -- has been an official strategists
Greene has done a fine Job In representing people of Dade policy
In the of the U. S. Government since the Full Employment Act of Negro struggle for equality since the forties, when he
Bounty of
especially problems mass transportation facing
Florida's cities today. Mr. Carroll should make a fine ad-- 1946. For 22 years that part oi the Act has been Ignored. It's helped to develop the Congress of Racial Equality In the

lition to the Metro Commission.Active In community affairs about time the goal was fulfilled.As for guaranteed annual in- i fifties, with Martin Luther King, he was the chief architect ofKing's

ind civic organizations throughout the county,he would do well come, that's ,already been backed by several blue-ribbon official Southern Christian Leadership Conference.In .
panels. The amazing about calling for a national land use and national migration -
is the first Negro member of the Commission.In thing this march then, Is the policy
modesty of the demands of the poor --they only want Justice. policy to deal withthe Influx of Negroes from southern

our last endorsement, we recommend the Eugene McCarthy rural areas to the cities; for a $2 minimum wage, with the

Slate in the presidential Preference race. For far too JUDGE'S DECISION TO JAIL STUDENTSIN small businessman subsidized by government if he cannot afford -

many years now, we have been content with the old-line poli- it; for a program of public works "to put people to work

ticians who promised much but did nothing. We can no longer SIT-IN RIDICULOUSThe and without a lot of talk aboutpre-training;"guaranteed income -

settle for this. and free medical care__ Rustin asked for "the understanding -
decision by a Coral Gables city Judge to jail three black: the cooperation, the aid of JEWS.
The slate headed by Sen. George Smathers is representive students for their recent sit-in at the University of Mlamlisarchaic "I know how Jews must feel when they hear sonw Negro extremists -

tf this type of politician. Sea Smathers did not cast a vote for ridiculous and adsurd. talk," he said. "But I want you to know that if every

die civil rights bill during his tenure in the U. S. Senate. As a The Miami Times was the only newspaper to come out in Jew in the United States -- not justa small minority of extremists -

matter of tact, he has one of the most conservative records favor of the position and stands of the students in their fight to --called me a black nigger and said "We don't need

In the Senate. We cannot in good conscience support a slate bring about a black awareness at the university This was good you to speak out against anti-Semitism In Poland, we can

leaded by Sen. Smathers. His ideas and philosophies are not for the community. handle It ourseles," I would not stop speaking out against anti-
in keeping with the 20th century thinking which Is needed to We thought they were right then,and we still do. Many of the t Semitism in Poland.
;solve the ever-growing problems In America students' demands have been
today. agreed upon by university officials "I would continue to speak because I could do no other, be-
Including 25 new scholarships for disadvantaged youths because Isaiah injustice
!. The slate headed by former state Sen.Scott Kelly is at best and four black-oriented courses In the fall Jeremiah have taught mo tobe against
non-committal. The slate curriculum wherever it Is, and first of all In myself. . The problem -
Kelly though more
representaive Judge Francis McGee explained his of
Jailing the trio by is min's that
than the Smathers slate with "moderate' say- inhumanity to man and must be fought from
thinking people Ing he hoped It would stop .the non-students from becoming basic principle
;an offer little more to the Florida voter. It does not present Involved In university affairs. But the Judge's fore-sight seems regardless of race or creed." -

i choice, but rather an opportunity to have someone else tonake to have been a little short. Two of the three are former U.M

the decision of who you would like to be the Democraticlominee students, and the third intended on enrolling at the university CEt 'T1 & E

for president. next semester.The ,

fight the students waged was not one
The McCarthy slate,however, poses an attractive and Imagl-- only with
but in
university, was fact a community struggle for
group of people, Including many prominent Miamians. true
recognition of the black man. We again must applaud the
tuve stand
liberal-thinking Is closer to the attitudes that of the students.

to solve the crisis In Southeast Asia and In the But we are outraged at the ridiculous position that the I
oat ion's cities. We applaud and strongly recommend the elec- mu
nicipal judge took In the case.anything, the Judge should
ion of the McCarthy slate In the presidential preference have
race. treated all of the students equally, instead of singling out the

But, regardless of who you vote for, be sure and go to thSolis e The struggle -- for opportunity and true justice for all.
and exercise your right in thedecision-makingprocess, we are in -that
engaged can only be fought by a combined
toting In Negro precincts In the first primary was effort of
everyone In the community, and after all, were these
oor. We would hope it will be greatly improved this time. same goals that the UBS fought for and won at the university not the


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THE MIAMI TIMES, FridayMoy 24,, 1968 ,, ,
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article is the first in a two-part series on Tenant ,. i, H/JRDERffl OFWARRINGOUERRILLAS:'
Rights. Retaliatory evictions and Minimum Housing Standards ';' )ii. I

will be treated in this article. Legal requirements to evict '..j 4 J1 .I I1EDGAR EVERS .
tenants and tenants' defenses to evictions will be treated in ,i .: '.' ,, > ,'. ", \t.J.. i -'. S. WII.LIAH MOOR S'n
the subsequent article. #s. WrtV,;, ., .. T, .' '. , ...... .:'J'4. 't r. I.\ -t' ., LITTLE VIOLA Limo GIRLS ; 5 S .
For the past three hundred years in this country, under tra- ; .. ,: rI.. .;:': > MALCOLHX t "r-I"( V'L ','y
ditional Anglo-American concepts of law, tenants have not had .'... "1" t. 'I ANDREW GOODMAN . '.5 :'... '.", ,
any enforceable legal rights. Recently, there has developeda JAMES CJ.lANCY .." ." \.
national consciousness about this inequity, and laws have DR.KING '. I'J
been advocated and enacted, from the Federal the local t .
county level to correct this injustice. I I:::S
President Johnson, in his message to Congress on March ANOOTNOR ;
13, proposed legislation to prevent the retaliatory eviction of .:s ;\
tenants who report housing code violations in the District of
Columbia. Mr. Johnson characterized practice of landlords
evicting tenants, or threatening to evict them, for reportingcode
violations to the proper !authority as "intimidation,pure \
and simple." He further stated that"it is an affront to the dig-
nity of the tenant. (The threat of retaliatory evictions) make ,'.
the "tenant" affraid to report those' .conditions.Certainly, the
tenant deserves the protection of the law when he lodges a good.
faith Services have attacked
complaint. Legal attorneys retaliatory
evictions in the courts as a denial of the tenant's con- ," AMERICAS h
stitutional right of free speech to petition the government for '. CAMP ? t ''r,+'; .I
the redress of grievances.
In Dade Count y tenants are given legal protection against
housing violations through the Minimum Housing Standards Ordinance (,
The law applies county-wide, cities,as well as the
unincorporated area.
The Minimum Housing Enforcement Officer is charged with \
the duty of inspecting for housing violations and notifying those i
charged with such violations to correct them, or face court t

Under the housing ordinance a tenant can complain to the I ,
Minimum Housing Enforcement Officer, or directly the State ,1.n
Attorney's office. A tenant can file a warrant with the State
Attorney's office against a landlord who knowingly fails or refuses + LET'S Questionaire To The Negro
to comply with the law, or wilfully violates it. And, if ERE
convicted, the landlord can be fined up to Five Hundred ($500)
Dollars or be imprisoned up to 60 days in the County Jail, or - ) TALK Voters Of Dade County
both, in the court's discretion. The law is punitive in nature

against willful violaters. Once the landlord is notified of the POLITICS ((1)) Would it increase our ((7)) Have we been able to f
housing violations, and refuses to correct them, each day of pride in our community if we elect many qualified Negro a
continued violation constitutes a separate offense under the BY NORMAN E.JONES were to elect more qualfied candidates to office commensurate J,

law. VICTIMS OF THE SYSTEM Negro candidates to public office with our potential?

(1)) Is the area outside and around your housing unit, whichis Far .more vicious than,the practice "enforced, segregation ? ((8).Do you think the total Negro ,
public or shared with other tenants, such as courts, drive ," is the "system",prevelant in the South since the recon- (2) Are we of the Negro com cpmmunity has been and is t
ways, play areas, kept clean and sanitary and without weeds struction era and rapidly becoming the "way of life" in all munity an important factor. in being penalized because of its f\
etc.? parts of the country resulting in the worsening the lot of the Dade County politics. political apathy?
Yes No "in depth' Negro communities and the subsequent "revolt of ((3)) In the average county- (9) Have we encouraged and ;
(2)) Is your apartment kept free of insects by regular exter- the masses" throughout America. wide election what percentageof supported qualified Negro
mination service paid for by the landlord? The "system' vicious as it was never reached such destructive the vote is cast by our ethe- candidates?
(10)) Are we going to get out
proportions until the 1950's basically for the reason nic group?
Yes No that the leadership in the Negro communities was largely vest- ((4)) Do the politicians and of- and vote in the election Tues- \
(3)) Is land about your horn free of stagnant water? ed in the creative and pro-members of the Negro communities fice seekers know we usually day May 28, so that our Negro '
mostly in the hands of the business men. vote only 50%? candidates can make a good
---Yes No Since there of white structure showing or win?
was only one source power
(4)) Is any part of your apartment, or house, or the building appointed Jobs for Negroes in the South "The school system" (5) Is 50% of the total vote Please consider these ques-
enough for any one to get excited tions and vote in the
which your apartment is located rotting or deteriorating? important2nd
and since the Negro teachers pay scale was at such a low
Yes--- No level the "Victims of the system" wielded comparativelittle about. primary Tuesday, May 28,
(6)) Do we have substantial
((5)) Does every window or door have screening in good repair power except in social affairs and running the colored 1968.
volunteer "Get out the vote'
Respectfully yoursDr.
? schools and churches.
participation? Elma Ward.
Following the Korean War with the reduction of available A.
Yes No jobs in the war plants in the 40's-the Increase teachers '

salaries, the flood of Negroes into colleges on the GI Bill, the
If you answer questions one, two, three, and five yes, and opening of political appointive jobs in government,the tremendous Coca-Cola USA And NSSFNS
answer question four no your dwelling probably meets the job opportunities in the poverty and other governmentaland
Minimum Housing Standards. If your answer to these questionsare privately endowed agencies,the civil rights movement, all
otherwise you should report these violations to your land- gave the white power structure a nearblanketstranglehold on Announces Scholarship Fund
lord, and if he refuses to correct them report the violationsto the appointive Jobs in the Negro communities. '.
the Minimum Housing Enforcement Officer,or the State At- To maintain control over these appointees they followed the
torney. Both of these offices are located in the Metropolitan "system" of appointing the weakest, the less endowed, the ATLANTA, A new scholarship the basis of college board ex :
Justice Building at 1351 NW 12th Street, Miami most subservient with character and morality being no factor fund has been announced aminations leadership qualities ;j
whatsoever; Thus weakening the leadership potential in the by Coca-Cola USA, a divi- financial need and desire i\
--- Negro communities to the point of mass frustrated destruction. sion of The C o c a- Cola Com to pursue a college education.

I Since these white power structure appointed, subsidized, pany. Applications: for the scholar- I
PhilOssoferIn controlled Negro leaders were confined to their own commun- It will be administered by ships will be issued locally by ,!
ity, serving only other Negroes, the white power structure the National Scholarship Ser the organizations involved
could care less of their inefficiency, ineptitude,character of vice and Fund for Negro stu- Student screening assistance \'
a number of my columnsin who recognize the falseness of morality: However, with the participation of Negroes in the dents of New York City,and for the selection of
the past have spoken of our racism will get the youth of Democratic primariesln ever increasing numbers, the white scholars will be selected the recipients will be provided -
racial problems as being their churches involved. power structure found it necessary to vie for these sometimes through several national, by NSSFNS. As a leading
White problems, not Black. In White youth are ready for i decisive Negro bloc votes.- civic, and service organiza- educational organization, ,
my personal contacts with truth. In fact, the basis of their Thus itcame about that this "Negro leadership cult' of his tions.In NSSFNS is dedicated to I'
.other whites, I am constantly rebellion against our genera- coming out with this belief, tion is the knowledge that they '"them" A sort"chickens coming home to roost' ironical Kelvin A. Wall, Market De- assistance to deserv ,
though so far with little suc- have not been told the truth. :.situation. velopment Manager: for Coca- ing prospective college students -
cess. They are rebelling against the Cola USA, said"We are aware Coca-Cola USA of Atlanta -
Now comas a group of arti- traditional thinking which has I{ that the percentage of collegeage Georgia, and NSSFNS
cles in the Philadelphia Tribune enslaved us to our prejudices; { SUBSCRIPTION ORDER j jI I Negroes actually in col- are involved in the planningwith

(Feb. 27-29,1968)), whichI racial and otherwise. Worn\ Times I lege is relatively low, and we the participatingorganl-
recently received from a The "People for Human I want tom make a contribution toward zations who will make the ac-
6530 NW 15th
Avenue j
friend of White changing this situation. nominations ofcandi-
telling a Rights' are on the right path. I
movement based on this same They are stiking the heart of I Miami, Florida 33M7 Scholarship grants will be dates. These groups will announce I
belief. These folks call them the problem, for it is a White I I awarded to selected studentsby the winners of the actual .
selves "People forHuman problem, not only through the I Enclosed please find the sum of '$5.00to the co-sponsoring national grants at their national I
Rights." They are working in hardness heart of the I organization. Scholarships,;conventions held during the
White neighborhoods to educate avowed segregationist but'I cover the cost of a one year subscription will be presented to seniors on summer I 1

the people(and especiallythe also through the "undecided' I to the Miami Times. I
youth about Negro historyand hearts of those who are unsure I I II

the fallacies of racism of themselves. By working on I Mall Paper To I BE SURE TO
At this time they are work- this group through education, I S
1 1r
Ing to get young white adultsto public opinion will move rapidly I Address I VOTE TUESDAY ;
go in and teach the youth by to the side of Justice,and I Stata Zip Cod. .
means of "freedom schools," our racial problems will I

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Miami Times Society Editor

The Iota Phi Lambda Sorority presented their Annual Awards: BY

at the lovely Holiday Inn. George Kilpatrlck Bronze man of J 'ill. --- -
the Year, Mrs. Llmmie Mitchell- Bronze Woman of the Year, ; The story of the Negro Heritage featuring the Negro Spirituals
and Clyde Killens the Humanitarian Award. will be presented through songs by the Celestrlal Choirof

Little Miss Lisa Clarice Howard, daughter of Norman and Second Baptist Church, at 4 p.m. Sunday, May 26, at Rich-

Gwen Howard, celebrated her 3rd birthday with a gala party, mond Heights Jr. Auditorium. _
entertaining some of her 2 and 3 year old friends with pony On Friday evening, May 24, the Killlan Cougars will play
rides, games, music etc. their Spring Football Game, at Central Stadium. Make sure

The school personnel, community relatives and friends gave .t F you attend.
a memorable and beautiful tribute to retiring principal,Walter The lucky winners for the Lawn of the Month are Mr. and
Cogdell for 34 years of service as an educator. Bethune Elementary Mrs.Ulysses Harris of 14101 Jefferson Street.

School, Sunday, May 19. 4S
Mrs. Irene Francis and daughter Witlean were houseguestof The Dade County board of Public Instruct has made ten-
Mr. and Mrs. Rashford Jenning(Wilhelmina) visiting from tative plans to provide a kindergarten program at Frank c.
Nassau. Martin Elementary School for boys and girls will be five

Deloris (Dee) Holts is home again after a year of study and rn years of age on or before January 1,1969. This program will
world travel. Her films and pictures are really worth seeing f + begin In September,the same as other public school program: ,
Kelsey pharr Elementary School was dedicated, Sunday and will be staffed and financed by the state. Therefore, there

relatives and friends, listened to Mrs. M.AthaUeRange chal fl v : will be no charge for tuition. The only requirement for entrance -
lenge the boys and girls of the school to strive to be as proficient $* _ _ is a birth certificate!to verify the child's age.
in their task undertaken as the Kelsey Leroy pharr was J ,a5 TM' i'xrf If you have a child who could qualify please register him
in all his endeavors. her now. Please bring the birth certificate with youThe birth
Juanita Marshall's husband, mother,andauntRobert, Irene ',: certificate is a must to assure the child's placement In this

Ford, Alma Beale) Journeyed to St.Augustine Monday for her program.All .
graduation exercise.
Moses Clemons n is home .. -. boys and girls who will be six old
on a thirty day furlough after two 'I .. -.r.u.:;' ' .... years on or before
years in New Mexico. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Moses January 1, 1968 can register at F. C. Martin Elementary for
(Arie Mae) Clemons of Qpa-locka. 1 1fJ1t1J t grade ((1) for the 1968-69 school year. You may register your

It's a new member at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Katherine child nowybringthe birth certificate with you.The Dade County
) Sheffield. She's Juanlta Pricilla who made her mother Mr. and Mrs. William 0. Perry, Sr., announce the engage- Board of public Instruction has made provisions for all pupils -
'\ ment of their daughter, Debra Delores to John Pope, Jr., son
and daddy very happy. who will enter first grade in September to attend school
, It's another award for Mrs.Athalie Range, Miami City Com of John Pope, Sr. and Mrs. Lou Brown Pope of Philadelphia. this summer, beginning on June 17, 1968. In order for your
I missioner. She was awarded a citation along with Dr. Lewis Miss Perry a graduate of Northwestern will graduate June child to be included in this program,you should register him/
6 from
Florida State University majoring In Special Educa-
Walton of the university of Miami. The awards were presented her now.
by Phi Delta Kappa at a banquet at Miami Springs Villas last tion Education(visual disabilities). She is a member of Kappa Delta Pi, Schedule of Events-.C. Martin Elementary School:Awards

Saturday. Honorary. day grades (1-2)) May 28, 1:00p.m.; Awards day, Grades ((3-4))
Mr. Pope graduates from the School of where he
Laser Demonstrations are being presented by Southern Bell Pharmacy
May 29, 8:30 a.m. ; Fifth grade promotion closing exercises
was president of his class on June 9.He Cadet Colonel of
Telephone Engineers in the Central Office located 1245 West was
the FAMU grade (1-3)) June 6, 1:00 p.m.; Fifth grade promotional closing \
69th Street, Hialeah. Lecture Demonstrations, film showingsand ROTC exercises Grade(4-5) June 7,9:00 a.m; Parents are invited :
tours are readily available from Southern Bell Telephone A June 12 Wedding will be solemnized in St. Mary's Cathedral June 12 school closes i
if you are in the Hialeah-Miami Springs District, please call 7575 NW 2nd Avenue.ENGAGEMENT ,
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Prayer of the Week: God, give us the strength, the courageand LASI suaaay evening oe- The recipients for the i to Mr. Clyde KllIens.i .
the wisdom to serve others you would have us do. Jesus, :I tween the hours of 4 and 6 p,m. Bronze Woman and Man of the i The Outstanding Business stu-

our example,was able to accept the yoke. May we'do no less. the Iota Phi Lambda Sorority Year, were Mrs.L e m mi e W, dent of the Year was awardedto
We are able to be your hands and your feet. We will listen for """ observed its 39th Annual National Mitchell and Mr. George W. Miss Shirley Cooper.
your instructions. Amen. Business Week at the :1 Kilpatrick. The Citizens Humanitarian -
Holiday Inn on 36th Street and i award was pre- Lory's Fashions displayed a
LeJeune Road. glamorous ,array of fashions.

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'';' Mr. and Mrs. Ben Davis announce y N 1
the engagement of their
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niece Eloise
Reynolds to Mr. ;
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GRADUATIONMARRIAGE Lamont Alfronze Cliettsonof N
ENGAGEMENT Mrs. Dorothy Cliett McCrayand
Mr.Johnny Alfonza Cliett.

Miss Patricia Ann limit Mrs. Sallie L. Dudley of
1963 graduate of Mays High 2909 NW 55th St., announcesthe Miss Reynolds is the laugh
ter of the late Mr. and
School and recently crowned engagement of her daugh- Mrs.
"Miss Prom of 19 68 Frank Reynolds of Donalson-
was one ter Evelyn Delores,to Mr.Er-
of the yUle, Georgia. She is aslo
candidates to receive nest Bethune. A graduate of a
degrees at the annual Northwestern Sr. High School graduate Seminole Training Y '
commencement exercises of and attended Mississippi State School Donalsonville, and is ___ \\J r _, I
the Florida Memorial College, College. Now serving in the U. presently employed as secre iY I. 5 I. a
held Monday, May 20, in St. S. Marine Corp., in LeJeune, tary receptionist for Dr. Ed
Augustine, Fla. The exercise North Carolina. win S. Shirley.

marked the last In the seventy- A June wedding is planned.
six year history of the insti- Mr. Cliett attended Miami
tution. DISTRICT Northwestern High School

The parents were pleasantly LAYMEN MEETThe prior to entering the United
surprlsedwlth her marriage States Army in the summer of
after a year's engagement to 1965. He is
Stephen Johnson of St. Miami District Laymen presently employed (L to R) Mary Young, Antonette Turner and
Augustine will meet at Bethel A.M.E. at mercantile NationalBank Stephanie Kearsonafe ,
Stephen and Patricia planto Church in Key Largo, Sunday Miami Beach lath e shown here modeling some of the fabulous fashions by Lory's
reside and work i will
in the Mi- they model
ami Patricia May 26, at 3 p.m. All laymenare Bookkeeping Department. Sunday, May 26 in a benefit for the Male Chorus
area. Ann is the of Antioch Baptist
asked to please come.
daughter of the late William
j. Hunt and the granddaughterof Zack Ferguson is president. A June wedding is planned. "Edison All fashions Center and for the show are being furnished by Lory's of
Mrs. Olive Ware of Rich- is assistant store manager Dee Dee Lawrence
mond Heights. serving as coordinagor. For further Information call 6963935.
In addition
Stephen martriculated James' the fashions shown above
Draperies you'll find
line of glamourous a complete -
music at the Augustine Institution fashions for all occasions at Lory'sFoSftT
while Patricia plansto & Service Center, Teenage and
/ Adult Fashion center
be an elementary education of South
Phone 235-8816

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LITTLE RED BOOK: Retired Nassau cabbie Martin
Conliffe Sr over from the island strip seeking proper lenses
following eye surgery and to greet his first .., 1
great-grandkiddie a girl born to Larry 'v, 1
i1 and Clara Josey on Mother's Day(Sunday
May 12)). Baby Deshon Lanette christened ,! \
by RevA.D.Hall of Ebenezer Is also grand-
mother Etta Mae Conliffe-Anderson's first t
grandchild. During his Miami visit'SlrCon-
The highlight of the Gamma Tau Chapter of Alpha Kappa, liffe' was squired around town by the John
Alpha Sorority, Inc., was'the crowning of Miss Alpha Kappa Henry (Albertha) Johnsons of Opa-locka. .. a
larity during the annual Mother's Day program held In Heyn Eddie's Dive-Inn owner Smiling Eddie Pitt-
e Memorial Chapel at Bethune-Cookman College.
man rushed over to Orlando last Tuesday
The honor was won by Mildred Duffle shown here as she Is afternoon to see his mother Mrs. Sophia Pitt man who's ailing
crowned by last year's queen, Elizabeth Moore, the daughterof there.
President and Mrs. Richard V. Moore

Miss Duffle is a sophomore from Winter Garden, Florida NOTES ON A NAPKIN: The Sylvester (Fredericka)Brutons

celebrated 19and20resp cUvely. . Verne
birthdays May
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Taylor-Tinker's hubby George seriously 111 at home . Ex-
Decked in mini gownand son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles ed,foreign and A mer i can THANK YOUTo heavyweight champ Floyd Patterson to seek a movieactingcareer
elaborate' turtle neck formal Allen. The ceremony was per- foods. Johnny Limbo,entertainer . Officer Dess Vangates resigned from the Miami
shirt, two of Miami's popular formed by Rev. C, E, Knowlesat gave a dazzling performance of Police Department . A distraught ofay female turned the
young; people tied the bonds of the lakeside residenceofMrs to the 175 guests using the group parents, key in the ignition of her parked Caddy and rammed the front "
matrimony May 5. Juanita Mackey, 1085 NW new acts.Highlight children, and Mt. Olivette of glass-brick wall leading into the Show-Case Outlet a ladies' '
In one of the most colorful 83rd Street. of the evening was Church thoughtfulness In appreciation and kind- sports toggery on Edison Center's main strip last Sunday.
and unique weddings, Miss The bride is a secretary and the appearance of the Nassau your
ness shown on Mothers' Day.
Shirley McKenzie, daughter of the groom a deputy sheriff. junkanoo band giving renditions SALT WATER TAFFY:John Bullard of Nassau is plenty mif- '
Mr. Alexander, McKenzie Sr., The reception followed Immediately of the islands favorite fed and upset over his father Egnold G.Bullard's death here.
was wed to Mr. Marvin Wiley, with trays of cater- songs. Mrs. Welthy Flunory. Seems the Nassauvian lass feels that brain surgery and a
spinal tap were performed on the deceased at a local hos& ;
without notification of kin.And her suspicion is aroused againstan
alleged beating of her father by Metro gendarmes after an +
arrest on a drunk charge .. Mae was born in May -- Thurs- ti
S U ton that is -- so Mae Thurston entertained friends at home on

i lAM I Sf ADIUM 8:30 rived Mother's May Day 9. in a post-celebration of her birthday which ar-

t THE WEEK'S WASH: The Frank H.ShirleySparksare ex-
JUNE their first little in It'llbe for their S
uar:Ka:wor .MIAMI I I FLA pecting spark June. a gift
rw tan first wedding anniversary May 27 . Miami florist and Elkbigwig ;
.... "" a Mw Aww.t '
-. MCS -? William 0.. Perry Sr and the missus lona w1l1"lose'another
daughter -- but gain another sonon June 12 when
.:. w. John Pope Jr takes pretty Debra Delores before Saint Marts
'-nra. .IKOCM. -S.Nw. Cathedral s altar at 6;30 in the evening . The FreddieSharon
$3.50 a i
( ) Johnsons baby arrived May 11. It's a girl tagged
CAPtTCK.......-icom Freda Augusta in Cedars of Lebanon.Proudest member of the 4
family is grandmother Inez McK1nney-Johnson.I' r

SCRATCH MY BACK: Elizabeth Blue bedded at home with
I'Illness ...ArnoldClark's sister Margaret Ferguson hospitalized ,
r with serious malady in New York City ..Benefactor-
philanthropist Arthur Mays (for whom Mays senior high was
named) gravely ill in Baptist hospital. .. Joe Pinder veteran
Miami barber and Impeccable 'flash' of the late 20's and early
30's passed in Jackson Memorial last Friday . Economy
Drug pharmacist and co-owner Sam Johnson's brother David
. (afflicted for several years) died . A heart attack proved
fatal to the mother of the Stevens Brothers and Sisters of the
' mortuary clan in West Palm Beach last Sunday.

STUFF AND SUCH: Dapper Bennie Brice former Miami
: playboy and his squaw left town for South Fallsburg, N. Y. on ,
their annual summer trek. Bennie, a veteran Elk, will attend
the Antlered Herd's national conclave convening in the Big
City in August. . Herbert Smith who has the urge to mergeto
a North Dade teacher-pretty on vacation to Ohio and NYC

wLO GW "SHE'S LOOKING , Dr Irene G. Pratt in Nassau . Dunbar elementary to
observe its annual Color Day on Friday . And "Walter C.
Cog d e 11 Week"' will be observed at the school beginning on
GOOD"4 Monday.

SWEETS TREATS: President Fred Williams and his Pall
; Bearers Lodge No. 13 sponsor 'straw-ride trip in Nassau
r 'Friday night. .Theatrical booking agent Johnny Burke host-
ed visiting Frank Williams (H'wood, Fla) celeste WhiteChi-
cago) Rosealiea Farrar' (Pittsburgh) and James E. Major at
1010 IfN10M the Mary Elizabeth hotel Monday afternoon. The Farrar visitor -
is a first prize winner in a contest sponsored by the Owens
arAi1s.WEET JO JOBENSON Travel Agency of Pittsburgh with an all-expense-paid round
trip to Miami Beach and accommodations the Casablanca +
hotel. Her sister was gifted the trip from Chi as a Mother's
Day present from Rosealiea.

"LOVER'S ,IIOUDAY" MIAMI MUSINGS: Florida A&MAlumni's local chapter was
honored during its monthly meet by a visit from Rev. M. G.
PEGGYSCOTT Miles ,of Tallahassee Following the meeting at the Roosevelt ,
S&L the FAMUansparty-ed at Helen Trotman's home. . For-
mer Dunbar elementary PE instructor Rev Bragg Turner in
town last Friday to witness the May Day exercises at Dunbar
4' . Georgia Saunders hosts the Manhattan 20's party-sale
f Saturday night ..The world's fastest human and Dallas Cow-
boys pro football star Bob Hayes at North Dade Junior high
Vi Monday . Add Birthdays in May: Harriett Outen 14th . .
i Della B. Carey and Rachel Reeves 22nd.

'CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Mrs Harry Hamilton (she's
\ Willie Bell Trapp-Tripp) and son Courtney Harrell In town vacationing
with mother Mrs.Maebell Trapp.Baby Courtney will
be christened Sunday at St John Institutional Baptist. . Doris
Jelks sporting Grand Prix .Tbelma Melton-North Jazzing -
hoar xmrml a snazzy '68 Chevvy. Both chariots have vinyl tops .

,< 1,(, Miami Acolyte Festival goes on tap SundayMay26)) at 4 p.m.
HUCE'1: BATTLE ; -, a. 1 at the Church of The Resurrect Ion(N.E.6th Ave at 113th) . t
' Delta Sigma Theta sorority's Debutante Cotillion headed for
OF BANDS '. Miami Beach audit June 1...Dunbar elementary 6th graders
_ have Just'finished a year's study on "building


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1- GOP lisiitss Your B STEREO SALE!

Social data la the Greater gue's lay leaders whoattended
Miami area tkli discriminate from all parts of the country BE ADVERTISINGYOUR pbutUUtM
ca racial or religions b t related report William BUSINESS INc SENSATIONAL COMBINATION OFFER! ,;
rounds are beiogbjpossed u. Alpber, chairman of the ALL TRANSISTOR
for events: coooected with the SOLID STATE SIR
Ezecotire Commtttee of the IJnci! ,
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Cbalrmaa of the Florida Regiooal is in the midst of an educational 6530 NW 15 Ave .r rw..vttDwl
Baud of the Aoti-De- program urging local :.:::'.It
famation League of tfaal civic and service organizations 691-0421
B'rith. not to h old meetings
Mr. Wolff noted Chat letter and other functions at clubs
from COP National Chairman which discriminate.
Ray C. BUs was received by s

f' the Anti-Defamation League, clubs"Th have e a e institutionalized discriminatory RecordCo. .....-
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John Turner Vereen a Negro Vereen Fruit Co., on an investment Inquire about our special package plan for .
of Plymouth, Fla., owner of%500 which be had social, religious, civic, fraternal functions,
of a citrus packing company saved. and fund af-
graduations, weddings raising
med Florida's small MIAMI
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He bought fruit on the tree fairs.
businessman of the this
and sold It to processors.The .
(. week. For further information call Public Relations DRIVE-IN 693-4211 THRU SAT.
: net sales of the company
He is owner and presidentof by 196 the Vereen Packing Co. in bought a packing plant last 4900 NW 7th AVENUE 159-1543 u : 1-Uuwr-
\- Orange County. year and expanded his operations -
Hear us every night from 11-12 When awoman's
into processing and distribution.
The selection as announced
by Douglas McAllister,region
director of the Small Business At the peak of the season the hottest soul station in town WMBM sway on a

Administration, and Charles Vereen employs 185 persons. r slender thread,
S. Smith, chairman of tbeSBA Loans backed by the SBA .,. expect
advisory council for the Jacksonville were a major factor in Ve- ;:L anything...
region.A reen's ability to expand, said

native of Orange County, McAllister. SBA and the Bankof LIB Now
Vereen started work as a fruit West Orange at Ocoee participated DRIVE-IN
picker. He became supervisor in a $50,000 loan toVeren's THEATRE Showing
for a picking crew and In 1956 in 1964 and a $175- CITY
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 24, 1968 9Ca'itals

r .- VOICEOF Question stree cleaning: Will there be public Your Destination? 1

Answer}, Yes, and city ordi
l = nances will be upheld Embassies Are Calling J 3

THE ;' Question: Will there be regu- The dream of visiting ground Investigation to determine ;p
e j larly scheduled garbage col- foreign capitals may soon become that they are of sound \
?wqt lecting systems? a reality when U. S. Department character, reliable and loyal.A .
i COMMUNITYwith Answer: Yes, according to the of State recruiters sense of humor and a sense ,.{
tl4V BY DAVE BONDU city' s collection schedule. visit Miami May 20 through of adventure are helpful '
May 24, in search of young wo- prerequisites.
-' _'0 TOM WASHINGTONThe Question: Will there be safe men as Foreign Service secretarial Young women who do not

Our guest writer is a young lady who believes in Earl EOPI Culmer Center walkways? candidates. The De- qualify for overseas assignments
Carroll running for a Metro seat in District 3, Judy L. Wil- had a meeting with the officials Answer' Yes. partment's Foreign Service can be considered for \
I cher. members of their com offers a unique combination of positions i Washington, D. C. I
munity in Project 2, which I I Question; Will there be decent service to our government and and may apply later for the
The day of peaceful coexistence betweenblackand white has covered. housing instead of concrete the opportunity to live in and Foreign Service. Applicants .:.
gone into seclusion. Or so it seems, in view of the outbreaks monsters? learn about foreign countriesand for these positions must be at .
of violence this " .''..'"" Project 2 covers Northwest Answer cultures."I visited the remote
across nation : .. : J .I : Yes. least 18 and able to qualify on i
within the past few years. ''. :, 3rd Road to Northwest 7th Ave. outpost of Timbuktu Civil Service tests in typing 'J
Nevertheless, Miami I has remained ..... to 14th Street,Northwest down Question: Will there be home while I was serving at the and/or shorthand. There are
rela lively tranquil. (. to the Miami River, Approxi- ownership? American Embassy in Niger, no overseas positions for l'
Could it be that race relationsare mately 2,000 families living in Answer: Yes. French WestAfrica," said one clerk-typists. Y
progressing so excellent that area. of the recruiters who has
here? Or is it because the black a Question: How far in advance served on 3 continents at four Interviews will be held in :.
comm'inity is complacent and .y Urban Renewal sometimes will receive our notices. different Foreign Service Miami at the Florida State
satisfied with the status quo -- called Negro Removal The during reconstruction? posts. Employment Service, 14 NE ,
the norm? meeting was lively and I was Answer: It won't be like last The Recruiters are lookingfor First Avenue, May 20 through
This is not to say t hat one very proud of it to know that time It won't be a 30-day no- flexible young women with May 24. Hours are from 9 a.m. ,
should go out and instigate a i. the people are concerned o tice. good secretarial skills includ- to 4 p.m. Monday,Wednesday,
riot; nor does it moan that one basically this is how it went: ing at least one year of experi- Friday, and 12 noon to 7 p.m.
should sit with crossed arms I feel that Project 2 will bea ence using shorthand on the Tuesday and Thursday.No appointment -
waiting for "Mr. Opportunity"to Question: Will we have shop- duplicate of other Urban Re- job They must be American necessary. For full
com knocking at the front ping areas? newal Projects. We will have citizens 1 high school grad- details call 377-2411, Ext.220. q
door. To quote'an expression of 1 Answer: Yes. approximately 2,000 families uates, a least 21 years old, After May 24, interested per-,
unknown origin; "It is true that looking for housing when the single without dependents, in sons may write to: Employ'
comes to those who wait. But it is only that which is left by Question; Will we have sidewalks project starts, where do we put excellent health and willing to ment Division, Department of

those who hustle" ? them? go anywhere lathe world.They State, Washington, D. C. ,

Answer: Yes. They are talking about no are also subject to a back- 20520. ________ ,
According to a recent series of articles IDa leading Miami concrete monsters.How can
newspaper (Herald) the bulk of the black community of Dade Question:; Will there be a possibility you move 2,000 families back Civic Affairs Group (I
County is not taking complete advantage of certain opportunities of residential renting 'In that area without going high-
for advancement open to them. Further support for this areas? rise in such a small
fact,was borne out as witnessed in the May 7th Primary Election Twenty years of progress in means of improving conditionsin
They were talking about the
SomA fail to see how their one vote could further pro- Answer; Yes. business there slum clearance and race relations the Coconut Grove Negro ,
shopping area observed
was district.
gress. There's the lady who says,"It was raining so hard, andI being co-oped by the business the recentlyas
just had my hair fixed" Or perhaps there's the man or who- Question: Will there be an exterminating people of the area what about ence on Dade Civic County Affairs Confer marked- In 1965 the group changed its
man who was"plaintuckered out' afterahard days work. control system? the black business man who their 20th name to denoteamorecountyl
Thus, the turnout was light for the Primary. If too many thinkin Answer; Yes. doesn't have the business coop The anniversary wide interest. But most of the
the aforementioned veto, then black DideCountians are apathetic funds for agreements? I called organization.- origi- group's projects are a still in
nally Coconut
to the core. Even one vote could sway an election Question: Will there be any think that It is about time that Citizens' Committee for Grove Slum Coconut Grove and it is con-
schools the
near residentialarea sidered essentially a Grove
business man in the Clearance -- was founded by
Oa May 28, three black men will be facing runoffs in their ? area start getting a piece of the Mrs. Elizabeth Virrick institution. ;
respective races: Earl Carroll for the County Commission, Answer: Yes, there will be .a pie, after all we spend ap-' as a Special attention was called ,\
Willington Rolle for the School Board,and Joseph Kershaw for super school out of the area, proximately $170,000,000 a the area is that they will havean to the "CoconutGrove Cares"
the State Legislature These mon are well qualified for the grades three through twelve year in Dade County. There umbrella of shade of an expressway project, 'which is an endeavor .
positions they seek, as was seen by their list of endorsements. and Douglas Elementary which are only approximately 37 going right down the to cpmbat crxne and delinquency -
To digress, there are a purported 50,000 and sonw registeredblack they have already there,Booker home owners in the area 1ow. middle of Project 2 to go to by reaching Negro y a
voters in this community; However, Carroll garnered T. Washington will be replaced Can they really afford to buy sleep in their bedroom with the youth with education, recrea-
23,547; votes, Kershaw, 25,847, and Rolle, alas, 11,279. In when the super schoolis another home with the monies headlights of cars beaming in tion and interest groups.
Rolle's case, what happened to that other 39,000 voters? finished. that they will receive from on them in their bedroom. '\
Granted, there were two Carrollsand two Rolleson the ballot, their old houses, especiallythe I would not remove one build- Marjorie Stoneman
which was rather involved. But, there was no other Kershaw. Question; Will there be public people on social securitythat ing unless that family had an- Douglas, an author is president -
Irregardless, there were sample ballots available to everyone.It playgrounds and swimming have their homes paid for? other place to move into and of the organization.Mrs. "
only took a little Initiative to memorize the ballot locationof pools? not a waiting list like we have Virrick and Father Theodore \
the candidates one desired to win. Answer; Yes. One thing that I will say for now. Gibson are vice presidents.
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Count it as useless to debate whether these three men were
qualified for the positions they seek. Their respective back-
grounds makes this obvious. Kershaw is well knowu in this Getting music to sound right in a

com m u n t y. He is a teacher employed,by the Dade County
Board of Public Instruction, and is well versed on the needsof studio is a matter of getting a t. ,

our community. Rolle is an electronics technician. He has '
balance of elements.99
shown great concern for the education of the youth of Dade perfect
County and won notable endorsements because of hfe knowledgeof
educatlnal problems in Dade. Carroll is an insurance executive -
and has a long list of civic and political activities to his WThe same thing I expect, applies , ',, ',< :+ :
credit. He is also a veteran in run-off elections, although'unsuccessful -
to getting a great gin. .a perfect "
in his bids so far.Carroll is well known in the black .

and white communities. He received voter support from all balance of elements. .dryness f lavor,4the
areas of Dade County, and ran quite strong,in some all white "' \
precincts. He was the only candidate of the above three who works. That's what I find in' "
had the highest percentage of votes, to the surprise of many, i"
and mainly because of his firm stand districts in lieu of Gordon's Gin.Roy ':,ft; r
county-wide elections. His record of activities well as ,
;h f
those of Rolle and Kershaw, speaks for itself.A gain, there isI I Eaton, Composer, Pianist; Music Director of Benton & Bowles, Inc, one of the nation's largest advertising agencies I ,
no question as to whether any of these candidates are qualified i, ; winner of Koscluszko Foundation first Chopin Award; International recitalist; recording artist for Mace Records '
or not.Three J r ' : ', i iy
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men -- threeUlack men,who are knowledgeable of the
needs of the entire community--and one vote could decide the
outcome of their respective bids for elective office. Be con- ;
ceited enough to believe that one vote will mean victory.
for Carroll, Kershaw and Rolle.

To that faction of the community which is satisfied with the I ",;i'
norm, refer back to the quotation above.Hustle a while to gain
representation in local and state government.To that minority :
which would resort to violent means of desired ends in housing 5 1,
education, politics, etc;, this paraphrase: In the dark dis-
tance, I saw an animal; as he came nearer I saw it was a man;
when I stood before him, I saw it was my brother.
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PRETTY GIRL: Florence Markowitz (Hampton, House)

PRETTY BOY: Tom O'MalleyVIP :Ill1" _ _ ) 4 I tI_ '

OF WEEK: Chuck Hall, (There's. only' one Chuck Hallin 'Y : : aD011 r rZ
Bide County) :

MOTHER: Spero Cokine (James' E, Scott) !

Next week, our final vacation week, our guest writer will be Gordon's, Gin; created In London,'England In 1769.
Julius Simmons, Assistant Director, Culmor EOPl Center. I It'* the biggest teller In England, America, and the world.w err,

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HappeningBy ." ,..... By BRENDA JACKSON

Garth C. Reeves, Jr. -
The Juniors are anxiously awaiting Friday night. Why? It's
rY ,' the night of the Junior Senior Prom, at Bayfront Park The

Surprisingly enough, the 1967-68 school year is drawing tc theme is "Impossible Dream."
a close. Our senior students are In anxious preparation for 1- I TheJunior Class of '68 welcomed Junior parents out to their
the upcoming proms and graduation exercises. Junior Distinction Night Program, May 16. A delightful, pro-
Prom committees of the senior high schools have chosen gram was presented with president Joe Thomas presiding OQ
luxurious settings for their annual of a rs. Among them: .. that day, Juniors proudly wore their colors, pea green and
Miami Northwestern,who will celebrate on this evening(Fri. dark green.
May 24) at Bayfront Park Auditorium, The valedictorian of the List week Juniors measured for class rings. This year
class is Marilyn Lewis and the salutatorians are Gail Wil- there are newer styles.
lingham and Sandra Sears. "Ada Gives First Aid," a comedy, was presented by the
The Deauville will be the site for upcoming Miami Jackson English Department in a "Wackie Night of Drama. other
Prom on the evening of May 31. Graduation is June 12 at members of the faculty did scenes from Rowan AndMartin's
Dade County Auditorium, 8:00 p.m. Laugh-In.
The Rockets of Miami Central High School have chosen Miami Among the Nominees for Silver Knight Awards was Gail
Beach's Hotel Saxony for their prom,at which time Miss Will i n g ham, who won honorable mention.Next year Northwestern -
Miami Central will be announced and crowned. The seniors intends to hive all winners.
will graduate June 8 at Dade County Auditoriumat 3:00 in the Seniors have started for that final 1 step.They are rehearsing
afternoon. Valedictorian of the,class is Paul Ahlstron and for the graduation march.
the salutatorian is Cyndy DeLassus. The 1968 Commencement Program; is scheduled for June 11
You will find the Miami Edison Red Raiders promenadingat at Miami Beach Auditorium. The valedictorian 68 is Marilyn -
the Newport Hotel on May 30. Their seniors will graduateon Lewis and the salutatorian is Sandra Sears.
June 8, 8:00 Dide: County Auditor ium. Joyce Stevens Seniors parents were honored Sunday at the Seniorparent

and Mark Tate will be wearing the valedictorian and saluta- OUR PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK B STEPHANIE FRED- Tea. A marvelous program was presented by the seniors.
torian i cords. The Bulls have had a tremendous track team this
The Curley Knights well-known for their trampling basket SCHOOL WHERE SHE B ACTIVE MEMBER OF THE STU- the season has come to an end, sadly to say, but to a great
ball team, celebrated their prom on Friday last at the Ameri- DENT COUNCIL SHE B THE DAUGHTER OF MRS. ERMA end. Northwestern dominated the All-City Track Team this!
cana Hotel. Graduation will be June 2, at Dade Couity Audi- LEE FREDERICK OF 1733 NW 5th AVENUE. AFTER HIGH year with more boys than any other school. Then in the state
torium, valedictorian, is Walter Sukata and salutatorian is SCHOOL STEPHANIE WOULD LIKE TO MAJOR IN ELEMEN- meet, the boys ran away with first place trophy. Killian re-
Julio Otarzo. TARY EDUCATION. HER HOBBIES ARE DANCING, READ- ceived second place and Jackson third. We have proven we
Killian High will celebrate their prom on Saturday, May 25 ING, PARTYING, AND SEWING. have the best in the city,the state and most likely the country.
at the YMHA. The promotional exercises will beheld on June
9, at 1:30 in the afternoon.
Saturday past at the Golden Gate Hotel, Carol City Juniors TRAINING COMPLETEDSAN
and seniors enjoyed their prom. The graduation exercises ANTONIO. Airman 700 Attend Job Opportunity
will be held on June 8, at Miami Beach Auditorium, at 3:00 in Nathaniel L. Levine,son of I

the afternoon. William Levine of 152 NW Fair At JacksonOver
The Mays High Rams had their prom onApril 26, at Miami Eighth St., Miami, has com-
Beach's Seville Hotel. Granduation is on June 7, 8:00 p.m. at 11 pleted basic training at Lack-
Dade County Auditorium. Valedictorian is Prescilla Ivey,and land AFB, Tex. He has been 700 people attended the The Florida State Employ-
salutatorian is Cathena Atkins.I ri' assigned to the Air Force day-long Job Opportunity Fair ment Service is asking those
would like to personally commend Clarence Smith and Technical Training Center at held on Saturday, May 18 at persons who did not find em
David Kinsler for their Silver Knfeht Awards inthe! selective Amarillo AFB, Tex., for Miami Jackson Senior High ployment to come in to the MIami -
fields of Drama and Speech.It is hopeful that we will see moreof specialized schooling as an. School, seeking either employment Opportunity Center, 245
this type Black Superiority in future years. administrative specialist or training informa SE First Street, and let them
Presently boasting ofagoodtimeareall of the kids who attended Airman Levine is a tion. Man applicants made continue to help you find job,
the Zetas' annual Cinderella Ball. The gala event was of William M. Raines eappointments I with those employers or assist you in finding the
held on Monday evening at Bayfront park Auditorium.Crown School, Jacksonville His mother present at the Fair to training program you need to
f ed Miss Zeta Princess was Lynnette Grant and the reigning Mrs. Emma M. Levine. see them about Jobs. prepare yourself for a job.

Miss Cinderella for the year 68-6915 Miss Gail Mincey. Con- __.i. ;
gratulations girls on your bard work done in order to obtain

these Several crowns.friends and myself motored up to Gulfstream in Hal- In Recital atFontainebleau ..

landale Sat u r day night to attend the Pop and Underground F
Festival. Starring in the twelve hour continuous musical extravaganza -
was the Jimi Hendrix Experience. We sat therein
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awe of the.ear crashing sounds as he played the guitar be- and "This cheese ,
hind his back and with his Mr Mrs. Charles
teeth..,It was truly an experience.Get .
Bethel 1375 NW 50th Street
well wishes to Sam Stubbs of Miami Jackson who spenta E
short time in Cedars of Lebanon Hospital suffering from are presenting their daughter
acute appendicitis.Sam Is now recuperating at his Carol City Sonya Nadine in a concert in really turns
the LaRonoe Room of the Fon-
home. E
taineblau Hotel Sunday after- : :
It is our hope that this youth page will be both informativeand
noon, June 16, commencing at .
entertaining Comments, pro and con, are invited.
Later. 5:00 p.m. you on. ?
Sonya is a senior memberof

3 Happy Recreation of the the performing Paul Lapierre Society Schoolof HeliumFilled

Musical Arts. She is a col- ;
I legratura soprano with a very .' I
promising future and also :''.", ./
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Centers To '' '';
OpenThree attends Miami Jackson Senior 9 B
High School. Sonya won a pla-
sites were named and gram is off to ag ood start, que at the 1968 Silver Nights
a title selected last Friday bya thanks to the cooperation of Awards A
City of Miamibusinessman's government and the business

committee to provide community." ,
recreation centers this sum- Miami City Manager M. L. r"
mer for neighborhood youths. Reese said he would recom- 1L
Sites were provided at 6703 mend to the Miami City Com- ?;
'. NW Seventh Ave. by Mrs. mission that "certain fees and 1o
Frank Doyle, at. NW 71st and expenses, such as licenses,be
32nd Ave. by Burdine's and at waived at these centers.;'
930 NW Second Luther Youth councils would be
Brooks Agency to get newly- formed at each center to set
named Operation Happy Miami the policy for governing the o

under way.Ernest activities there. .
A. Jones, Presidentof Youth councils would be .
Miami Board of Realtors, formed at each center to set e -1 .N
announced the sites. the policy for governing the activities -
Committee Chairman Gene there.It .
Autrey, Florida Power and wa s announced that per- RECEIVES AWARD "You bet McDonald's S
Light Ca executive With sons wishing to make cash donations ism kind of
these sites we are now in the to tie program can do and Bernard MrsJohnEvelynSouter Souter, son of Mr. place. Me? I go for those tasty SAT & SUN

operating phase of the pro- so by sending checks YMCA cheeseburgers.
won second place at Little Ya'see they've
got DPI
Miami 40 NE
gram. Operation Happy 'I iZrOU-OtUU
River this cheese
Elementary School that
Next will come the stocking Third Ave., Miami or by phoning Open really turns you on!
House Science Fair on last It's To children 12 & under
an supplying of the centers 373-5302. my kind'a place I
with foodstuffs and recreation The group had been seeking Tuesday. accompanied by parents
Bernard is a six grader with
equipment. Ray Prado, Sears' a title since it formed one
Miss Ruth Williams instructor.
group sales manager,and William month ago. The Miami-Metro McDonald's is
I 1- Aramony, head the com Department of Publicity and @ your- kind of place.s& .
mittee to obtain the supplies. Tourism came up with Opera- = = T.M.
.1 Miami City CommissionerMrs. tion Ha ppy (Have A Planned FREE nines 3325 NW -,
M. Athalie Range,an or- Program for Youth) which the 79th it. :
ganizer of the program, told committee adopted. Just tWestof Sears CMctXxwld I Cfp
the breakfast meeting at the Next meeting is 8a.m.May CALL 693-4041
Columbus Hotel, "This pro- 24)) at the Columbus Hotel.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 24, T968 11

Dream Comes True ; Carroll Leading 'In Poll, Kershaw Close f* I j

By NKKIE TRUPPMANIn Former Gov. LeRoyCollinsis District, race over Francis tives' race in District 107 cent with 20 per cent unde ;"1 },>.
leading in his U. S. Senate Buckley, 33 to 26 per cent with shows George Baumgartnerout cided. t .
June of 1967 an idea became a reality Tacolcy race in Dade County, accord- 41 undecided. in Front of Leo A.Furlong, Will claims Ben J. Sheppard '\
Teen Center 'was born In between the store fronts, the ing to a survey released by Earl J. Carroll has a slight Jr., 48' to 32 with 20 per cent has 55 per cent in his race in t I
traffic,and the general' clutter of Seventh Avenue and Will-C Polls of Miami. lead f n his contest for District undecided. Group 1, at Large, for the J
64th Street. 3 County Commission He pol- School Board. His opponent is "
Almost one year later, Tacolcy Teen Center seems to Collins has 40 per cent,said led 39 per cent compared to has Stephen 39 H.Butter,Will said, Willington L. Rolle. :I;
be at a standstill. The only things it has going for them pollster Charley W111,while R. B. Fordyce's 31 percentwith per cent with Joe Lang Group, 2 at large,School .
are people who care and teens who come.As John Ben- his opponent in the Democratic 30 per cent undecided. second with 35 per Board contest is a close race
nett, assistant director says,"1 call this the go-go staff. run-off Tuesday May: 28, Earl Incumbent HaroldA.Greene cent. This, District 99'State with John L. Hickey leading.
We are always ready to do something." Fairclotn has 26 per cent. A heads, the District: 1 County House, race has 26 per cent of Hickey, who has been endorsed -
The staff of Tacolcy is headed by Mrs. Francis Hen- big 34 per cent is undecided. Commission poll by 49 while the voters undecided.Mrs. by former School Board

derson, with assistance from Bernard James andJohn Dr. Elton Gissendanner, a Dan Daniels has 39 per cent Ethel Beckham is out Chairman Jane Roberts, has,
Bennett. Bernard and John are teens themselves and are state representative is lead- with only 12 per cent unde- in front in her District 36 per cent while Crutcher ";
aware of youth's needs within the community. ing in his North Dade and South cided. Board race with 42 per cent Field Harrison has 34 with 30 \
The staff has planned and executed many programs to Broward 10th Congressional State House of Representa- and Gene Davidson has 38 per per cent undecided. J
fill these needs. The response on a trip to Cape Kennedywas
so great that 64 teens instead of the planned 40 went.

Many of field their trips places of interest have also been apart Metro Commission Approves. .I 5 New Parks ;;:I

Jobs are needed and presently they are trying to find
Metro Commissioners approved the plan to build five new available positions for teens that want employment. park and recreational areas in North,CentralandSouth Dade, Helping others within the has been
area an integral
but the federal government will have to come up with $736,000 -work began immediately.This county manager make serious I'I
part their too.
program, to buy the land. park was promised to efforts to acquire the land and
Physically, Tacolcy is a depressing place. The plate
glass window faces Seventh Avenue and allows noair to The commission, at the county. The cost would be 1 the residents more than seven bulIdr, I II IJOI'S'

enter the long room Only the doors help ventilate and suggestion of County Manager $103,050.
Porter Homer, requested the OLINDA -- A 2.7 acre tract
frequently a ping pong ball strays into the busy street I
which causes Mrs. Henderson to comment sadly "It's money under the Open Spaces south of the countyownedOlinda I
a wonder that not one of the kids has been injured chas- Program Dade County will Park would form an en- ,
ing the ball. We really require better facilities.; have to pay $690,000.The larged recreational facility to !
parks, listed in orderof serve area east of Browns. Jointly wish best 1 :
Equipped with a ping pong table, one pool table, one I
record and priority are: ville. Cost would be $215,822. _
vintage player, records, an occasional game luck to
LINCOLN GARDENS located -'I11isslte
several decks of cards; Tacolcy is in need. i ?1
"I would like to cover the needs of 300 children in this west of the Brownsville known as the Pfleuger tract,is DOMINIC '
Junior High School betweenNW of NE 6th Ave. and 151st St. !{
area and a place like empty Food Fair store would i
24th Avenue and 24th Court The 20-acre site has been under -
We have the kids but '
really help. no room, John says. tfOO
Find a "place" has been one of Tacolcy's major prob from NW 48th Street toNWSO con sid era t1 0 n forplr- f
lems. Financially, the center has been in trouble since Street. Total cost of the parkis chase by the county for years. FOR JUVENILE JUDGE l
its inception. expected to be $219,000. A The cost will 1 be $700.000. 5
$125,000 swimming pool would DREW -- The Dade School
On three seperate occasions, groups of teens have
also be built the site. Board has asked 64
on Metro to acquire -
visited commission ask for locality
the city to an adequate .
GOULDS PARK this area, land on NW 62nd St. adjacent -
Several of the commissioners have personallycome
to Tacolcy to view the situation So far, little has east of U. S,1 and fronting on to Drew Elementary Endorsed by: (
been Cutler Rd. in South Dide, includes School The cost would be {
done. Ministers-Laymen Voters Registration Comm.
some of
seven acres $225,051.
As the "summer" approaches u that seasonal )
Coconut Grove Ministerial Association
land adjacent to five acres of Homer also told the Com-
time that talks about
everyone today being so long
land already owned by the mission that the
and so hot. Now would be the perfect time to find a new proposed park
home for Tacolcy.



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Is "Clean-Up, Paint- bandied 548 complaints, man?r .' I' '
Up, F il-Up" Month, and the of which may cover five ors t i .' I' : {
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Beautification Committee reports 7.
lots.Jerry ;. ,: '';-. / ',Y 'f;' I. ft I
some encouraging statistics McLaughlin, General I .
to prove Miamians are Chairman of Clean Up Month : : : : ; ::1 ;
busy keeping their city clean says Miamians are entering: '" : .. .; ..' .. . .. : : . . -...J 'I. f' :
and green. the "?tike Miami Beautiful": I ,y ,, ,' . > 1. :" #' q; y I
Over 7,000 tons of trash Contest which offers cprizes -'"."yv ':'. ; \11'1&: 10.. ..,. '. .",.U1fT ; ,. . ,
and merchandise for 11'
nave been picked,accordingto $ '"
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head of the attractively landscaped and I :, '1V.;.
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Albert Pallot says that 2,608 school grounds, and I '.., .' 'c New ... 11'" . ... ,.". , ,
vacant lots have been clearedof parking areas. I ;,:.''I' .j I I
weeds and rubbish from October The Beautification Committee 'I'J" ,eF...-' ,. jilt., 1)1' ",' 1 1I

I, 1967 to April 1,1968. last week received a con- ; : : .;: .
Last year 1,743 lots were gratulatory letter from Mrs I '1 yb Long Distance .::1 I I Iv ia

cleared for the same period. Lyndon B. Johnson for winninga . ,1,1I
Mrs. Rose Pertes, chair- national award for cleanli- . ';,v'. ,. \-
man of the Lot Clearance SubCommittee ness among cities with 250,000 I .

says her group population.COUNTY I TimesA' I {\

1 1. The cheapest time 2. Next cheapest: 3. Night rates re' 4. Next cheapest: '

to call: from 12 night rates apply also in effect on five from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. 1

G GlZ I midnight to 7 a.m. from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. holidays: New Monday through I i

every day on all calls daily; plus all day Years, Independence, Friday. (Remember, ,

014 I4 I you dial direct. Saturday and all Labor, Thanksgiving even our fourth I Jf

day Sunday. and Christmas. cheapest time to callis

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Round About--- mm >i' / iiOi"' Dace 'Housing;


Talk 1'I.A' Crisis" May 29 FI.EDDY'SSUPERETTE I

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BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL A 1 ; A forum on the housing Council on Human Relations,
crisis In Dade County with a National Conference of Christians ,
TALK 0' TOWN. . Walking aroundthe town in blackCad- view to citizen participation & Jews, First Unitarian I
dilac during the week of May 18,stopping here and there . its solution will' be held May 29 Church Social Action Committee -
Sammy Moore (of the Sam and Dave duet) with his beautiful 'at 7:45 p.m. In the senior center Greater Miami Urban
wife and kid at the Apollo Theatre last Thursday night watch- of Robert King High Tow- League and the Dade County 6427 NW 18 Ave.
Ing the big show where BB King(blues king), Bobby ers, 1407 NW 7th Street Department of Housing Ur-
Bland(prince of the blues)and Dee Dee Warwick(Dionne's 111 The event has been arranged -' ban Development.
sis') was carrying on. After being announced by Blue Bland, by the Mtaml-CoralGables The program is part of the TENDER CHIC
Sam was forced on the stage by"public demand and applause," Chapter of theUnitedNa United National Associations'
he received a great ovation. .Dionne Warwick breaking 'em tionals Association of the USA, participation in the Interna- FRYERSTENDERIZED
up at the NY Copa(prom kids and college students) with her together with several participating tional Year for Human: Rightsas I
two great hits, "Back toSan Jose"and"Message toMIchael" organizations.The designated by the General I
. Cassius Clay(heavyweight champion of the world) Draw- forum will opened by Assembly of the United Nations. i LB.
Ing down"hundreds of thousands dollars via his lecture tour Phillip L. Johnson, Neighborhood ., I 24
circuit around th universities and big churches.. Duke Ellington Services Coordinator of Mrs. L. N. Felts is chairman -
at the "Riverboat." (Empire State Building) Pearl EOPI Juanita Greene urban of the planning committeefor Y
Bailey due to receive March 0' Dimes" ? affairs writer for The Miami the forum. I
award Oct. 6. (NY GR. B WHOLE
Hilton Hotel . Louis Armstrong(Thin down like a "teen Herald," will moderate a ,
ager") celebrates his 68th birthday come July 4th . Sneak symposium of persons know- RED CROSS _
preview on Frank Sinatra's new picture "The Detective," ledgeable in the housing field. RECOGNIZESNELSON
happy to report film as his best in years . Arthur Prysock These will Include Norman
andliis.Trio a smash at the Village Gate. Watson, Deputy Director Dade ADAMSThe
County Housing & Urban De- SMOKEDPICNICS
velopment Department (HUD), Dade Chapter, American -
W. P. Wilcox, Director, Fed- Red Cross, will hold Its
eral Housing Authority in Mi- ,annual election of new board
ami, Rev. Edward! Graham,''. members andygcognition.of
of Ecumenical Development, volunteers at a luncheon meet- LB.
Ic., Edwin Tucker,Director of ing at the Everglades Hotel on
Commonity: Service for the Tuesday, May 21, at 12 noon.
Miami Diocese of Catholic
o-4 1 4 13I Church and representing the Mr. Robert L.Searle,chap- U.S. CHOICE
Citizens' Housing Foundation, ter 2nd vice chairman and
Florene Jones,, Director of chair man. of the event, an- CHUCKSTEAK
"Operation Equality'\of the nounces Miss Jessica Hunteras
Miami Urban League, and Michael guest speaker.
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J 'VI ,1-/WfS4--- H. Salmon, attorney"-
Among those to be presented ,
Participating In the pro- with top awards is Mr.Nel-
gram are the American Jewish son L. Adamsxjmember! of the
MIAMI-GATOR TALE..Charles(Rat)JohnsonBlg Demo committee, Church Women chapter board and chair man of LB,
lition Construction Boss) and his brother Cyril,still the Bar- United League of Women the Youth Committee,who will
B-Q Kings of Brooklyn l with their "Big Cafe and Catering Voters, Methodist Women's receive his 20 year pin as a' .....
House on Fulton St KingstonAve... Leroy Walker (301 West Society for Christian Service, Red Cross volunteer. Mr.
150th St.) Birthday gift to his wife:newlv decorated apartment YWCA, American Friends Adams Is principal of Dunbar
with a complete new set of furnitures . The Good, Bad and Service Committee, Florida Elementary School. r : 1
the Ugly, "the Brothers Two,Jackie andCle Bethel In NY . 44 uar 1y

Teddy Roberts, New York's "top hair stylist new location; 1 r
Street between Madison and Fifth Ave. (Mrs. Lizzie Roberts'son }I
) Joyce Robinson, 1346 Morris Ave. Bronx telling tall 4
tales of Stanley Kemp's adventures . Mildred Coney Wil- When You u4I '. "
kerson on Harlem's 7th Ave.,"inaburry' . Erma Ell (Residing u.s. -,
In Newark) a guest of Mrs. Lottie Hannah during last "' CHOICE
. weekend . Betty Lavender Jackson (Trenton NY Lassie) III
Planning trip to visit her sister In Miami this summer, Ever- CHUCK
lyn Williams, 2112 NW 68th Terrace.

new hit "Baby Don't Worry About Your Man" dedicated to
Laverne Scott(the nurse)...Am'tNo Way" (Aretha Franklin -
) to Claude Long .'?'Happyblrthday to Barbara Ann Finnie
6524 NW 12th Place with Stevie Wonder's "Shoo-be-Doo-Be- r FRESH GROUND
Da-Day . Happy birthday greetings to Lucille Howard, 575 1 1 1e .
NW 57th St. (James Brown), "Ain't That A Grove" . To BEEF 3LBS. $1
pretty Lorraine Marche of Nassau Bahamas, It's Diana Ross I 0 I
and the Supremes' "Forever Came Today"? James Brown's
newest disc hit,,"America Is my Home" expected to top all I I
of his past hits ins al IS.(It's aimed:uniting "Blacks and
Whites") t. Dee Dee War k's"I Want.To Be With You'' dedicated
to Eugene and Emma Jean Rolle.With Gladys Knight and EGGS3DOZ. 89C
the Pips saying, It's the "End of the Road" . HI be in MIami -
for Memorial Day, hope to see you all. Time and tide wait "r'
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I 113 Ninth Grade Girls Are "Buds of Spring": ISigma

Gamma Rho Sorority' and roses, small and large '
was proud and delighted to sun-flowers with a green foliage : :
present Its* annual youth pro- background. The rails ,

ject "Buds of Spring," May 10, were decorated with entwining
at Bayfront Park Auditorium. pink buds and 'green foliage

Greetings were brought by "The Waltz of theB ds"

Soror Eugenia Williams; solo was beautifully presented by $
by aurora Evelyn Raye Best the girls;; it depicted blooming -' 4 1ry ,

Following ,the program 113 girls developing into a potential -

energetic, outstanding lovely rose. 'This presentation Y .
ninth graders were presented 'first e '
was the Tormation .ti1 w u n 4
bySororVerneka SUva, of a girl f ,with a he ad,stem, d t ,, F %4
'Basileus and Soror Roberta arms and legs Secondly,,the
Thompson. Each "Bud" was dance continued with the development
accompanied by an .es ort. of a bud and< Jlinux-

Several weeks prior to the: ing into a rose.'Soror Katie

presentation enrichment, activities Williams,Choreography

were; At the co'nclusionofthe
((1)) Charm Clinic directed'by !
waltz the ,beautiful pink fans ,
Mrs. Dee Dee Lawrence ?al
by the buds were presented -
Brownsville :
Community Cen
to their parents. Following
ter. Each"Bud" learned about
,this each "Bud" Upped .
good grooming and the social : '
Plight '
fantastic with father. 1 "
graces. Approximately 185 parents I ; ' t' :' 1't
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((2) Boulevard Theater to see witnessed the presentation of -
"Thoroughly Modern Millie"
the "Buds of Spring." '
""Buds'!_ and parents attended The final eventtoclimaxthe
this performance.
activities attended by the
((3)) Gas Light Playhouse, "Buds was a luncheon May
they witnessed the play "One
at Toby's Cafeteria. Members -
Hundred Ten In The Shade"an' Sigma Gamma Rho and .-.-....-.- a,
excerpt from "The Rainmaker. -
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parents of the young ladies ]Ynhft +eM'uenPnrA/V rm/ 6 iY
presented were also presentfor
These girls were chosen-"' the occasion.
cause of their good conduct

well as scholastic achieve- The escorts were trained by
ments. Their participation in Soror Hazel Lucas and Mr. a ,

church and community activi- William Stirrup;assisting Mr. z 41 Vb4 ,
ties also played an important Stirrup was Willie Myric.

role. Soror Verneka Silva, Jane D. Lewis, reporter.
chapter basileus and sorors Picture I: "Buds of Spring" wYa
were elated over the presentation Picture n: Escorts 4

of the"Buds" of 1968.The Picture HI: Formation of the ., n ,f1Ye v.. 1 CY F I,"
girls were adorable in their Bud.

:soft pink dresses and white Picture IV: Grand Finale of
pumps,. whitejjloves and.pearl "The Waltz of the Buds" f4 4Qr

necklaces and .earrings::.,The Picture V: Shows Rosie Starks ;
hairstyles: were beautifully leaving the entrance of the

arranged and very becomingto beautiful decorated archway of : .
"B u d s ." To enhance this the trellis. '4;
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display of beauty the auditorium Picture VI: Shows Adria Harrison ">t Y 4 i I 's r :u i ai p ro
was beautifully adorned at the foot of the stair-
with pink buds and green way being presented by the

q foliage. The arch was decorated Honor Guards, Eddie Wilson
': in the most unique-man- and ,Michael Roberson, to her,''
ner with beautiful pink buds escort.



Alford, Ben Taylor, Mr.and Mrs.Nero Alford; Mozel-
la Allen, Vincent Robinson, Mrs. MattieAllen; Vanessa Ander- 1 q,1r : t e a c

,son, Gary Wards, Mr.and Mrs.Bernie Anderson; Vera Ander-
son, William Nealy, Mr.and Mrs.John Anderson;Andrea Austin -

Japhus Clemon, Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Austin; Ladella
Austin, Edward Clayton, Mr. and Mrs. James Austin.

Rosalind Baker, Howard Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. J. Baker;

Debra Bethel, Terry Grant, Mr. Charles Bethel; Denise Ben-

dross, Gregory Gill, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Ferguson; Juanita
Blanford, Ronald Whirley, Mr.and Mrs.Felton Blanford; Carol

Bowe, Anthony Johnson, Mrs. Barbara Bowe; Flora"Brow,
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Brown; Sylvia Brown, John Collier, '

Mrs Mamie Borwn; Dorothy Bullard; Sharon Bush, Henry '
Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Bush. t &

Audrey Campbell, Stephen Newbold, Mr. and Mrs. William a

Campbell; Christine Campbell, Herbert Williams, Mrs. Lillie
Mae Johnson; Marie Carr, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Carr; Joann >4.,

Chambers, Ricky Holton, Mr. and Mrs. Chambers; ...... --=...-...,.
Clarke, Calvin Wilcox, Fr. and Mrs. ElishaClarke.;
shon Clayton, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Clayton;Sharon Cobb,

son Broadhurst, Mr. and Mrs.Herbert Cobb;Herberleen

Kenneth Striggles, Mrs. Eloise Johnson; Val Co1Ungton, ; Josephine handle, Kenneth Jones, Mr. and Mrs.John Smith;
Carey, Mrs. Bloneva Higgs; Cheryl Collins, Cornelia Marian Reddick, Lamar Roberts, Mrs. Mary Reddtck;Juanita
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Collins; Ear line Collier, Michael Reaves, Herman Bannister, Mr.and Mrs.Davis Reaves; Kris-

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hankins; Celeste Cooper, Kurlin tine Robinson, Ernest Taylor, Mrs. Eloise Weenis; Yvette
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel' Counts; Beverly Counts,Lloyd Robinson, Leo Giddeon, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Robinson;
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Counts Lona Culmer,Walter Hooks, Edna Rolle, Larry Peek, Mrs. Olive Rolle.

Leome Culmer; Pricilla Cunningham, Johnny Cason, Mr. Joe Seymour, Michael Royals, Mrs. Edna Seymour; Rosa-

Mrs. Daniel Cunningham: Cathy Coachman, Forde Evan, ; llns Shelby, Roland Delancy, Mrs. Majorie Shelby; Darlene

and Mrs. Howard Coachman. and Mrs. ; Sims, Gregory Gibbs, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Sims; Valarie
Greffer Mr.
Shirley Daniels, Clarence Bovie, Mr.and Mrs. ; Sims, Jackie Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Carter; PhyltrannaSmith
James ,
Daniels LaTanya ? Ronald Black, Mr. and Mrs. Philbrook Smith; Sheryl
William and
velt Dennard; Judy Dennis, and Mrs.Robert D Smith, Gregory Dennis, Mr. and Mrs Frank Smith; Elmarie
Barbara ,
Cleveland Dennis; Dawkins Mr.and Mrs. Louis Duty; Jen'J; Spratling, Carl Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Spratling; Rosie
Karen Daty, Myron Evans June ; Starks, Mrs. Rana Mae Starks, Wilma Stevens, Mrs. Georgia
Odom Rev. and Mrs. Henry ;
Patricia, Curtis Mrs. Sybil Faquharsoq ; Stevens; Vernetta Storr, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Storr, Sr.
quharson, Curtis McKannon,, Mrs.Isabelle Rolle;Wanda ; Elveta Timmons, Rlcardo Blue, Mr. Elvee Timmons;Annie
Fawkes, Gregory Renita Fryar ; Thomas, Grover Brinson, Mr. and Mrs. Iven Thomas; Idella
Hammett Mrs. Laura Fox; ,
Ernest ,
and Mrs. Emanuel Fryar; Dorothy Green, ; Thompson, Ronald Thompson, Mr. and Mrs.Benjamin Jefferson -
Oden Mr. Edna Gordon Major ; Denise Tucker, Arthur Day, Mrs. Lillle Mae Johnson,
Watts: Mr. and Mrs. L. J.Green;
Armstrong Janice Gunn, Mr. and Eleanor Tucker, Livington Mobley, Mrs. Lillie M. Tucker;
more, Mrs. Mary. ; : Gloria Tucker Willis Collier, Mr ."EJhel Tucker;Cynthia Tin;
Willie Gunn. ; - ker, Dwight Fennell Mr. and Mrs George Tinker
and Mrs:Edward: Hanna
:JohnSlaton, Mr. ; -
Anita Hanna Mrs. pecolaHarrington; ( Patricia Washington, >wlght"Duncombe, 'Mrs.'Dorts-
Harrington, Anthony Goodman Mr., and Mrs. Samuel ; ; Dennard; Martina Wilcox, Lorenzo Johnson, Mr. and Mrs.

Harrison, Frank Chism, Mr. Booker T. Hayes; ; Hiram Wilcox; Sandra Williams, Johnny Williams, Mrs.Addle
Denise Hayes, Gregory Adams Mr. and Mrs. Creswell D. ; ; Williams; Angela Willis, Robert Porter, Mrs. Llllie Willis;
Hendrix, William Gwendolyn Felicia Wilkerson, Rudolph Boston, Mr.and Mrs.Edward Wll-,
Mr. and Mrs. Hodges;
Lewis Beryle Hall Hodges, Mrs.,Alice Phillips: ; Pamela Jefferson, John Woods.THE Kerson., Jr.; Linda Woods,Glenn Phillips, Mr.and Mrs. Ernest

Minor, Mr and Mrs. Benjamin Jefferson; Patricia Marie


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At Dupont. Plaza Hotel l I
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The National Council of Negro two Debutantes "1968 Girls of

Women, Inc. Greater Mi the Year-International"at the
Dupont Plaza Hotel, April 26,
ami-North presented twenty- at a dinner dance. They were;

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Yvonne C lldaughter of Linda Kelly,daughter of Mr. Ruby pace, daughter of Mr. Sandra Sears, daughter of
-t.II$ Mr. and Mrs Free man Col- and Mrs. Leon E, Kelly, Miand Mrs. J, Barnes, Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Nelso Sears,
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"Black American And At ;c -

The Press" In New Book Th. ___ ,

Virginia DeLa PenadaughEtta Mclver daughter of Dianne Player, daughter of Ruth Stubbs', daughter of

"The press has been and is lists, foreign correspondentsand ter of Mrs. Carmen De La Mr. and Mrs. George B. McM. and Mrs. Willie Player, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil A, Murray
Pena, guardian Mrs. Lucille Iver Miami Miami
one of the worst enemies, important Negro leaders Miami.
along with the police, that the They include such authoritiesas Morgan, Republic of Panama.

Negro has in Mississippi.' Gunnar Myrdal, John

"My gripe with the news Caughey, Ralph Me Gill, tk. if w; I .' ,,t vl
media is much the same as Charles Evers, Hodding Car- 1 r4t v
ter in, Karl Fleming and Jack
those already expressed.
Everything that is happening Jones, among others.
Some of the vital questionsthe
discontent unsatisfac-
now ,
tory Job conditions, had housing panel discusses are:
I What are the responsibilities :
all this existed before
I of the in crisis
press reporting -
1965 and not once did the press
come into Watts and cover it.; ? ;
Does the presence of TV
",TM;: only violent thing cameras trigger reponses ,, +_
about the concepts of Black which might otherwise have ;
Power and Black Nationalismis
remained latent
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the waywhlte Americans Should newspapers alert the 1
react to them." public to festering conditions i"r _
iThe statements above are a before they erupt?
few of the opinions expressedIn What can be done to developa y
"The Black Amarcan and rapport betweenthe Negro t fwy
the Press; (Ward Ritchie community and the press?
Press, Los Angeles. Publica- The views expressed In the Deborah Donovan, daughter Flora Mitchell, daughter of Rachel Reeves, daughter of Patti Styles, daughter of
tion date: May 20. $3,95)). book were originallyalr- of Mr.and Mrs.William DonoMr.. and Mrs. Willie A. JackMr.. and Mrs.Garth C.Reeves, Mrs. A. P. Sharpe and the late
The book is a bard-hitting, ed during afour-partsym- van, Miami. son, Sr. Miami. Miami. Dr. George W, Styles.
often critical but essentially posium at the University
constructive examination of California atLosAngeles,
.the effect of the news media's sponsored by the Departmentof
coverage on the so-called Journalism. Jack Lyle, .. ,.. ---'=':\-
"Negro rebellion.; The Professor Journalism at the t
domestic press, international University has edited the :
reporting, and the Negro reaction volume and written an Introduction
to press coverage are and Epilogue that 5
explored by a panel of eminent contribute vitally to the inter
sociologists, historians, authors pretation and evaluation of the .
news permeI1, journa problem.

Refresher Course For frk

Registered Nurses at JC q APE

I A second refresher course charge. This and others

for registered nurses will be- throughout Florida are offered MlQ.1 7
gin Tuesday, June 25, at Mi- under a contract betweenthe
Carolea Moss daughter of Gwendolyn Rock, daughter Andrea Sweeting daughter 1 -
ami Dade: Junior College Florida Nurses Association Margaret Everett, daughter ,
North. and the Division of Nurs- of Mr. and Mrs.JimmIe Clar- Mr. and Mrs. Mosea Moss, of Mr. and Mrs. George Rock, of Mrs. Leota Sweeting, Mi-

The 8-week course is for Inactive ing, U. S, Public Health Service rlngton, Miami. Nassau. 3r., Miami. ami. I
RN's who might be lur- Collaborating on the national -
ed back to the Job, parttimeor project in 46 states are

full-time, to helD meet the the Department of Labor, Department .. -- -- -.-
urgent need for more trained of Health, Educationand
health personnel. Welfare, and the .American -
The class will be limited to Nurses Association. '1 lt

30 students, and will meet 20 Interested nurses may con IIII6i
hours a week, 16 of which will tact the Department: of Nurs-
be clinical experience in local ing, Miami-Dade Junior Col-

hospitals. lege, North Campus, 11380 NW tdt ,
The course is free of 27th Ave.Telephone 685-4534. L

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I and Civic Club is giving All included In the price$1.50.
Bikini Splash-In at the Opa- Limited tickets are available .
locka Air Base swimmingpool and may be purchased at ",
June 8th, at7 p.m.There 6415 NW 6th Ave,Apts. 3&4,
will be dancing with the "Mag Mt. Tabor.

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contest, local star guest appearance POLLS Aquilla Hlghtowerdaughter Delores Moss, daughter Catherine Roker, daughter
and owa of Mr. and Mrs. Rollins High- of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence' of Mr. and Mrs. David Roker, Thelma Wilcox, daughter of
WM3M's disc, Jockey your Horace CALL 693-4041 tower, Miami. Moss, Miami. Sr., Miami. Mrs. Pearl Smith, Miami.


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I I. Killed 'In Holdup' Try. .f :' 15-Year-Old- l' Girl Stabs School Mate To Death .

An EdlsofCenterdrugstore Killed was a youth who ran left arm, was listed in satis- A 12-year-old girl died mond Heights In South Bide, were on their way home from
owner shot and killed a teen- 100 feet and died in a grocery factory condition at Jackso l after a fight with a playmate was reported dead on arrivalat school when an argument led
ager youth in a gun battle last store parking lot, after attempting Memorial Hospital. who police i said stabbed her Jackson Memorial Hospital. the girls to a fight.The assailant -
Thursday during an attempted to rob Weaver's Weaver had Just opened the I once,In the chest with a neigh, The assailant, alsoa minor, ran into a house at 11412
Rexall bor's kitchen knife. Is now In Youth Hall where she Lincoln Blvd. where she grab
Drug Store, 699 NW store at 10 a.m.; when the four
The store owner, David M. 62nd St.Three companions es- stalked in.According. has been charged with delin- bed a knife from the kitchen
Weaver 61, was wounded. capted. Ereney May Nelsonof. ,I quency.. and returned to the sidewalk,
to Lt.
W. P.McClure 14222 Lincoln i Blvd., Rich Police said the two girls stabbing Ereney.
-- Weaver was working
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The dead youth was identified behind a prescription counter, EMPLOYMENT
Children's by his mother as Richard when be saw the men holding Half of Negro Population CONTINUES
Thompson, 17. up his cashier and heard shots,, ,
SquabbleLeads Weaver shot in the back and He reached for his gun. OH Relief lit 20 Years .UPWARD
"Dade County's employment -
To ROANOKE Va.-"Onehalf Center. Is continuing at a high
: of the Negro population will be level ,- Harry L. Tyson
D.alA H. >R,y iF' on r e 11 e f within 20 years un- "Most of the Jobs now open ,Metropolitan Area Supervisorfor
the Florida State Em-
? less Jobs are open to all to Negroes won't exist then"
Americans on the basis ofcapability" Rev. Sullivan said,"Until several ployment Service announced.
fight over namecallingby "Increased activity in the
said Rev. Leon H.
95 of
years ago, percent
their children left one man construction trades kept employment
RW Sullivan, founder and chairman Negroes in this country held
dead of a gunshot wound in the : up" he added.
of the board of the Oppor- service Jobs and those are
stomach and another in Jail I tunities Industrialization Cen- quickly disappearing. Men The most noteworthy change
'charged with second degree I ters he to 300 over the month was In contract
(QIC) as spoke must have Jobs to live or else
murder Sunday. V construction which was up
General Electric executiveslast
the state will more and mare
Robert LaFavor 48, of 268 G since March, and an increasein
at the
Thursday night, take over the role of caring for
NW 11th St. was found on the Salem-Roanoke Valley Civic them. the transportation.
staircase outside his apart- E
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Jackson Memorial Hospital. Y ENDORSED BY:
Witnesses told police La- L I
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his half-brother Robert Jones AFL-CIO COPA, DR. FRANKLIN EVANS,

Police identified the others 4419NW17 Ave. 633-937
involved in the fight as Joe
Rollins, 26, brothers who
share an apartment also at the EDUCATOR
same address. WIGS $18.95
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first degree murder. j FAMILY MANjoeHBRSIjQWH
Police said Jones began
fighting one of the Rollins over _
name-calling by their child- WIGLETS $6 95
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LaFavor also Joined the fight.
In the struggle, a gunshotwas
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FALLS $29 n-L
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52,200 lives were forfeitedon
America's highways in 1967
according to an annual survey
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AFL Metro-CIO Mayor Chuck Hall Miami Homestead Beach! News Reporter leader VOTE TUESDAY MAY 28Teenager ,/?\:

Irwin Christie, Vice Mayor, Dade County Young Democrats
City of Miami Ministerial Laymen
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The Rev. Mr. Ralph D, from the Congress to aid the gressional assurance of equal
Abernathy, organizer of the ,poor by ABC News commentator . employment and a minimum
Poor People's Campaign in Joseph Harsch and Atlanta wage Is received though' there
Mlt Washington, will make his bureau chief Tom Jar- is a time limit on the permitto
first network television news riel, whohas been covering the use the land.
panel appearance since the march to Washington by the'
He will be asked what he.
death of the Rev. Dr. Martin Impoverished from throughout
feels the chances are for success
Luther King when he faces reporters the country.The '
; 1 andAnsw- for his campaign'howi :
on "Issues
Is of i the residents of the demonstration -
ers," produced by ABC News program apart ,long
r ;, for the B, F. Goodrich Com network's Race To The White city are preparedto
26 from House" coverage, of which stay even their permit ex-
r pany, Sunday, May ,
s Goodrich is continuing pires, If they will maintain a
1:30 to 2 p.m.(EDT). B. F.
sponsor and is produced in policy of non-violence if askedto
Mr. Abernathy, successorto Washington by Peggy Whedon. move and whether the demonstrators ' .
Dr. King as head of the Mr. Abernathy has said that can live:for an ei-
r Southern Christian Leadership the Resurrection City his followers tended period under the clr-,
M .. Conference, will be asked the have established lathe. cumstances that ResurrectionCity
1S. : r legislative goals he seeks capital will stand until Con- provides.

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. State Agencies Invite FAMU Grads
TA LLAHASSEE.-The partment, department of pub- The governor continued, a 1!'
senior class at Florida A&M lic welfare, the industrial, "F l lor i d a is not the dynamic
University were told that their commission, the department t.: payroll community that it r
state needs them, wants them, of mental health, the state 'should be and I am urging you
and have the positions avail- board of health andtbestatebeverage to make a change in your vocation -
able for them In an all day unprecedented commission. If necessary to find a
recruiting effort good Job, and not to settle for ';.,.
t by the state department on Governor Kirk, who received , !a second-rate career."
'campus recently. a standing ovation from the I i
Governor Claude Kirk and students as he entered the au. Later in the day, many students -
representatives from six ditorium, told the students thai t:: filled out applications
major state agencies met with government must be personal, for positions after discussing
the A&M students to teU themof "My determination is that vocations in the sessions.
t h e opportunities in state this administration treat you Most of the positions in the :
government. The meeting then as an individual, and as your state department are contingent J.,
broke up into six sessions with servant, to help make you all upon passing the Florida
students attending the ses- taxpayers." Merit Examination. Artistic Floral Shop
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year's May Day Activity was unquestionably one of the
most exciting and memorable in the history Jackson's Tod- .
dle Inn. Unfolding were 12 impressive activities each a tri-
umph of distinction in its own right; each with its own dramatic
and entertaining appeal to the vast audience in attendance.
From the entry of the Flag'bearers led by Donald Shirley,
to the wrapping of the traditional May Pole,the variety of action -
earned the respect and admiration of all.
Master of Ceremonies was Milton"Butter-ball"Smith who In
his Inimitable manner and style has for 10 years performedthis
honor. He announced to the tune of Verdi Aida (Grand
'" march) the royal court and it came forth led by reigning King
Michael Shirley and Queen Tonda Williams, Prince Isaac Mic-
kins, Jr., and Princess LaGayla Frazier. There were Lords
and Ladies in waiting as follows: Moses Baldin, Alexix Lati-
more, Theophilus Cook, Dolpus Coleman, Donald H* Shirley,
Paul Brown Darryl Spence Sandford Garrett and Michael r
Cooper; Harrietta Henry, Jacqueline Rumph, Kellye Fields,
Karen Smith, Iris English, Ira Everette,Temera Ford, Pamela
Mills and Michelle Jones.
The "ladies' were all freshly attired in young beautiful or-
ganiza and pastel embroidery dresses that made them literally
glow, the colors appeared to sing out loud. The "lords" were
J appropriately attired suitable and befitting any roul court.
r. In unmatched beauty and dignity came forth the 1968 Prince
Darryl: Dean, son of Mrs. Delores Davis; Princess Elizabeth
Williams, the charming daughter of Mrs. Albertha Williams;, '"
the flower girls vora'Bfown, the petite'offspring of Mr. and
Mrs. Cleotha Brown and Precious Wilson,the darling daughter -
of Mr. and Mrs. Wright Wilson. Royal Crowns, glitteringwith
Jewels and fit, indeed, for King and Queen were borne (
by phillls C. Wright, the adorable"tax exemption" of Mr. and :i s
' Mrs James Wright, and Derek W.Sands,the junior of M-. and 1 n rW 1 1rd i
Mrs. Derek Sands. d
All eyes were cast in the glow of the spot light for it shone

I on Richard M. Ross, Jr., (son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. I IiY 1/ it .
Ross, Sr.)who was draped in the royal heavy satin robe of purple w
,I and gold. King Richard (you must'agree the euphony is

there) captured the audience with his solemn, king-like stroll ,.., ua.w.' tr
I and occasionally his deep dimples presented themselves as be 1
recognized his constituents.
"Queen for a year' at JTI Kingdom is Valerie Morris, the 4 .

lovely and exciting young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. UlyssesS : i, .
Morris, Jr., The onlookers sat and stood in awe, captivatedby \
the immediancy of this captured moment as Queen Valerie
\ smiled and threw her kisses throughout thehundres gathered. / y
Her sparkling elegant and attractive gown accentuated her MM
:: beauty and the blue: color harmonized perfectly 1 A ,

Doing the honors of the cornation was Miss Beverly Nixon,
_. whose ceremony was most unique as she presented the trophies}: ,
"r I', and savings bonds. The crowning was done by outgoing king q M
fI Michael and Queen Tonda.
f The Royalty was entertained by the various classes of the
school. Included among the activities were"Rhythm Band,Hula
Hula, Hokey-pokey, Sissy In the Barn, Iris Jig, Scarf Dance,
Sunny, Simon Says Performances were to the tunes of such Music. The climax as its traditional for any May Day was the Significant Is the fact that Mrs. Worrell's class produced
popular orchestras as Ray Anthony, Paul Mauriat, Michael wrapping of the Maypole tq the tune of Glow Worm, Govette by the King, Queen and Prince. A big salute goes to the parents, ,I
Herman's folk orchestra. Super production and Kashab the Folkraftersj teachers andstudents, for a mammouth celebration.L .


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,HOUSE.OF ALBERT, Bishop Spotfswood To ::

I I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHSCARD I.Ave.Earnest, Coconut Harper Grove, 3166,died Grand May Keynote 59th ANNUal!

13. Among survivors are mother

Sadie; two sisters, Betty NAACP ConventionATLANTIC
and Juan It a. Services were

OF THANKS' IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKS held John Saturday.Wilder, 225 NW20th CITY, N. J. assemble in small groups for
discussioa of
intensive : the
Stephen Gill Spotts-

The family of the late memory of my,beloved The family of vivors Ter., died are May wife 13.Ma Among m Ie sur-;one wood Bishop, chairman of the Board of topic and to report on the activities -

husband and father Directors of the National As- their respective
mother Mrs. Mar-
WILLIE FAYSON son Eddie; branches in the
DEACON GEORGE JACKSON sociation for Advancement particular
four sisters two "
garet King; ;
wishes to express. thanks to of Colored People will deliver field.
wishes to express our sincere brothers one aunt Mrs. ,
our many friends for cards! at the
the keynote
appreciation to our friends and Mozell White. Remains were

relatives for all deeds of kind . telegrams, florals and all acts shipped Friday to Manning, S. opening session of the Association's Culmer
: : of kindness rendered duringour
; : :;' 59th annual conven-
rendered the hour
ness during Carolina for final.rites
of our bereavement Our ; bereavement. tion here, Monday, June 24, Center News .

thanks are also extended to the Special thanks to Rev. Ran- Richard Osburn Thompson, Theme of the six-day con-
: "x; dall, pastor and members of
staff of the Range Funeral -.t > 1351 NW 62nd Ter., died May vention is "Building and Using

Home for their courteous and . .., St. Matthew Freewill Baptist 16. Among survivors are par- Power in the Ghetto." Dele- ORGANIZATION OF GIRL
..,, and membersof
> Church
' pastor
fI'C" ", local units TROOP
efficient service Mt.Sinai > '' gates from SCOUT
.. ents, Mr. Wallace and Marie
y. Corinth Church '
Baptist Church and our min Baptist Thompson; 7 sisters, Oneitha throughout the country will

ister, Rev Cleo Albury, Jr. .... .. ...' ,. Jackson's Toddle Inn and of Philadelphia, Maranett discuss such aspects of this Mothers of 4th; 5th, and 6th

May God bless all of you ..., . ,' Range Funeral Home Verna, Sandia, Mathie, Mes- top 1 c as Jobs and education, grade girls are invited to come

shell Debora four brothers economic development, hous- to the Culmer Center on Tuesday -
Flora Fayson, widow .,' e:: .I The Jackson Family Alexander, Fred, Ruby, and ing and law. Outstanding ex- night, at 7:30, for the purpose -

I'OWe' Moss and Ethel Higgs,. : I Willie;. three uncles, Living- perts in these various fields of organizing Girl Scout

daughters ,11Ilffttr. / IN MEMORIAMIn ston, and Robert Cambridge, will address plenary sessions Troop in this community. U

Bessie Bethune, sister sad but loving memory of George Manson all of Nassau; after which the delegate will you are not able to com,
aunts of Nas- .please call the Center and
two Mary Carey
P our husband.,father and grandfather -
sau and Hester Fletchers of leave your name and address
New York Arrangements are with Mrs. Dorothy Russell, in
CLARENCE MOSS ARNOLD STRACHANwho order that you m.1ybe contacted -
j remembrance of our dear passed away May 25,1967. incomplete. William Fulton of 2429 later

son and brotherI who passed May 17, 1964., Let saints on earth in concert NW 50th St., died May 20. He

I We love you, but God loves sing Robert LaFavor, 268 NW 11 is survived by his wife Rosa
St. died May 18.Remains will
't you best. With those whose work is done; Lee; six children; three step- MEETING

-1I'! '.,I..',..", Mrs Victoria Moss and For all the servants of our be shipped to Augusta, Ga.for children; one sister. Final

( children. KingIn final rites. rites will be held in Charleston Monday we had large turn-

( tteav'n and earth are one. Mrs. Mazielean Edward, S. C.Resell. out of over 50 mothers who

IN MEMORIAMIn 2520 NW 164th St., Opa-locka, gave their viewpoints on the
of 1101 NW 45
E'en now to their eternal homed Wilson,
lifting of the Grants. Many
died 19. survivors
May Among
of There pass some spirits blest St., died May 20.He is survived -
memory our son ; are two daughters Helen and questions were raised as to the
I brother, While others to the margin Katie; two sons Conner and by his wife Arlene; two maximum mount of money the
come, daughters; two stepchildren;
mothers could receive.It must
Tom one sister Mrs. Lucy
BYRON EDWARD TRESVAN1laid ; four three bro-
Waiting their call to rest grandsons;
Pate. Repose Thursday atOpalocka be brought out that the ADC
to rest .26 thers; one sister; an aunt and .
May Mothers don't mind acceptingthe
chapel. Ship Fridayat
Gone but not Mrs. Emily Strachan, wife uncle. Services will be held on
forgotten. Grant, but they would like
1:40 Douglas Ga.
Linwood Strachan, son p.m. Saturday, May 25, at 4 p.m. in some type of training

Albert W. Tresvant Sr., Mrs Willa Mae Duncombe, Mrs. Minnie McElhaney, the chapel.

father daughter 128 21st died The ADC Mother's Con-
NW St. May 17.
Lenzie Butler of 2345 NW
Virginia Tresvant motherAlbert Linda, LinwoodTerry,
Among survivors are husband gress will have a picnic on
Jr. and Walter Larry, grandchildren. 71st Ter., died May 19. He is
Eddie two sisters Annie and Virginia Beach on June 8.
BRUCE RUDOLPH ROBERTSwho brothers ; survived by four sisters; two
Each member will $1.00
Doretha; four nieces; two pay
will be
departed this life May 23, Joy, Prlscilla, Portia, and nephews Arrangements are step-sisters. Services and bring a basket and their
Leslie sisters conducted Thursday, May 23,
1965 children. The ADC Mother's
"Grant us the power of quick- CARD OF THANKSThe ;incomplete at 12 noon in't. the chapel Congress will meet at the Cul-)

ening grace, family of the late Deacon Robert Marshell mEr! Center May 29, at 8 p.m.
Woodrow Roberts of 2465
To fit our souls to fly, IN MEMORIAMIn Smith 10801 Gibson rive
NW 158th St. .died May 16.He
Then when we drop the ,
flesh loving memory of RICHARD PIERCE Heights, is survived by his mother
gratefully acknowledge your' Baptist Hospital May 18. J
Caroline two sisters a bro-
We'll rise above the ; ;
sky kind expressions of sympathy Among survivors are wife Ma-
RICHARD WALLACEwho ter; two aunts; an uncle.Ser-
during our bereavement We halia daughters Marie and The new thrusts of the Ur-
this life
t departed May 27 ; vices will be held Thursday
Mrs Romalla H, Roberts 'I ban have caused it to
deeply all kind Frances In-law
1965. appreciate your ;; one son May 23, at 3 the chapel.
reach to the total
May he rest in peace. thoughts. Thomas Arrangements
Daphne and Ida, sisters Behind all dark clouds, incomplete. tion for membership. We are
Little Donald Jones of 1535
Godfrey, Millard, brothers The Family there may be the sun shining. trying to instill within the people -
NW 74th St. died May 14. He
Delphine Oliver, daughterand Richard McPhee, 22180 SW in the community the de-
is survived byhis
five grandchildrenIN The Family 122nd Lane, Goulds died May Corlne Montgomery and Clarence sire to Join the Urban League.

Lottie Duning, Catherine 13. Services Saturday May 25, Your membership is more important -
Jones two sisters two
OF ;
Parker, Lula M., Willie and at 10:30 ,am In Perrine cbapel. than amount of
MEMORIAMIn brothers; seven aunts;two un-
Queenester Curry, sisters; There are no survivors, Jusl t cles. Services will be held Saturday money you contribute. You
loving memory of the family of the late Fleming and Elijah pierce, close friends. may contact Arthur H. King,
25 at 1030
May ; a.m.
brothers; and other rela of Culmer Center at
In the chapel.Mrs. .
MR. ALBERT BROWN tives. 377-0526 for Information

BAIN'S about the Urban League.
'who passed to the great beyond Beatrice Garmon oi

May 28 1966. FRANCIS 1882 NW 83rd Ter. died
Mrs. Lessie Bell DeWitt, ol f LANDLORD OF THE YEAR?
Now it waits for us above 16. She is survived by her husband -
Joseph Henry Pinder of 3220 3319 Oak Ave., Coconut Grove
Resting in the Savior's love NW 48th Ter., died May 17 at died May 18, at'Mercy,Hospin Allen; four daughters; a At the meeting of the Cul-
Jesus grant that we may meet father; a son;two sisters; four
Jackson Hospital. He was a tal. She is survived by one son mer Legal Services Advisory

there k well known barber in Miami Bertell; three daughters Lillie brothers. Final rites will be Panel on May 14,the panel ap
Adoring at Thy feet held in
for many years. Services will Mae, Ethel Bell, and Alberta Valdosta, Ga. proved a proposal to designatean

be held Saturday, May 25, at 26 grandchildren; 16 great area owner, "Landlord of
Bertha Brown wife and the David Johnson of 5230
2 p.m. in Ebenezer Methodist grandchildren; one sister Mrs. the Year' In appreciation for
FamilyIN Church, Rev. Aaron Hall,pas Lizzie Wilson Remains will 24th PI., died May 17. He is his cooperation in keeping his

tor officiating. Remains will repose in the chapel after 2 survived by his mother Sallle; units uptominimum standards

repose in the chapel beginning p.m. Wednesday, and will be two brothers Dr.Samuel John- and satisfying the needs of the

MEMORIAM I 1 p.m. on Friday until 6 a.m. shipped Thursday Florence, son and Howard; a sister-in- tenants. You will be notified as

In said but,loving memory oi t '1 Saturday. Remains will repose South Carolina law Services were held Wed- to who will be selected for this
Alfred nesday, May 22,at 2 p.m. in the awrd. U
our dear mother: grandmother - at his home 7am.Satur Lawrence, of 210 you are interested in

and sister. ARGUSTUS WILLIAMS JR, day until funeral time. Survi- Frow Ave., Coral Gables,died chapel becoming a member of the

r vors include his wife, Willie May 19, at home. He is sur- Culmer Legal Services Advisory -
who departed this life Apr 1127, Mae; two'sons Alfonso and vived by his mother Mrs.Janie Jessie Ware, f o r m Q r i y oi' Panel you may contact

1968, wish to express our sin- Alonzo; two daughters Izeal Cooper; wife of Brunswick, Miami, died in New York City. Mr. Leonard Helfand, Attorneyat

cere appreciation for the and Ella Pearl; one stepsonAlexander Ga.; one daughter; three sons; He is survived by his mother the Culmer Center 377-

thoughtfulness and kin d n e s s ; one stepdaughter one sister and one brother; and stepfather Deacon and 0927. The panel i s"now re-

shown during our time of be- Elizabeth; four sisters Ethel three aunts, four uncles. Ser- Mrs. Benjamin Green; two: i crusting new members

.. reavement. Your condolences, Helen, Rose and Matilda; three vices will be held Saturday at aunts. Services will be held on

gifts, florals,visits,and prayers brothers, Harold, Eugene,and 2 p.m. at St. Mary's Baptist Thursday, May 23, at5p.m.1n
will linger with us always., Robert. Church. Remains will repose Mt. Calvary Baptist Church. The Culmor Neighborhood

We extend a special thanksto after 2 p.m. Fridy. Center is interested in a 11

Prince H. Mobley, Bethel Mrs. Hattie GoodmHn of residents, residing in Project

Apostolic Temple's Choir,the STEVENS DEATH NOTICE 1826 NW 5th Ave.,died May 15. n, which is located and bound-

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity,the t Lillian Stevens founder of She is survived by her husband ed by 14th St. to 5th St 7th
entire Triumph's Churchfamily Jodie Ave to 3rd Ave. We would like
the Stevens Funeral Home, Mr. Robert A, Mannings Taylor; a brother; four
and the staff of the t sisters. Services to organize Tenant Leagues
West Palm Beach, died Sun- (be tt e r known as Boy Mun- were held
Range Funeral Home. day, May 19. She is survived nings) of 304 Julia Street,Key May 18 in the chapel. within the Project, also a

MRS. ISADORA RAHMINGSwho May God bless and keep all, by four daughters Reomla West, died Tuesday, May 21. Home Owners League so that
of you. Bennett, Louise Reid,Doretha Survivors include bis wife, John Thomas Roux of 11290 these people m'ght say as a

departed this life May26, Suarez, Deatrice Smith; eight Hortense; daughters SW 216th St., died May 14. He group what they desire for

1965. Wanda Williams, wife sons, John, Arnold, Eugene, Arudbell Roker, Miami; two is survived by his parents Mr. Project II. Watch for an announcement -

Gone, but not forgotten may Michele and Kimala daugh- Leonard, Roderick, Bincent, sons-in-law, Ewrin Carey and and Mrs. Talmige Roux;a son of a Mass Meet-

she rest in peace. ters, Howard and Robert. Serviceswill Phillip Roker; five grand- John Jr.; a sister Mrs. Wini- ing in the near future at the

Mr. and Mrs. Homer Scott, be held Thursday, at 2 children and other relatives. fred Young Services were held Culmor Neighborhood Center

The Family parents and Family p.m. Arrangements are incomplete Saturday in New Bethel AM); for this purpose.
Church. Charles North, reporter.

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Young Elementary Rates High In Cultural Influence' '; " '" MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE

Among the many elementary From its first year, Na'har) Trying to find the 'old yellow 'row'tbatahighestnationaljACplace MIAMI' TIMES ARE: TELLING' YOU 'THEY

schools in is DideCountyNathanB outstanding in its B. Young has been 100% JAC moon. has come to Nathan B. APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
Young each; class in "
each room has
These men cultural influence, in its pro- been space ; THEY ARE COURTEOUS DEPENDABLE.
organized into ,
a JAr: suits
areWeighted grade room of Mrs. Willye,D.
standards in its stu
fessional ,
Club. There '
Ir dents' achievements.This big heavy Fuller won 0Washington,' ,
1eth school at 14120 NW 24th to which all JAC's boots. 0 Washington,' to be sung to ,
throughout our country may Have wa'ked' in air without fdtror the well-known molody "0
in 1961
Avenue was send entries, The theme for "
e of portables under the care; Tannanbaum.
r direction group of Mrs.Josephine D. 1967-1968 Heroes Build was A "Progressive GreatNaUontt'Y)1U Because they aren't afraid to ,Julia St. John Press relations FOR BETTER GOVERNMENT
take a dare.
John MacDonald: Chapter
formerly principal of
J.R.E. Lee South Miami;the ---,;\ This entry was: sent'to the DAE ,Ministers-Laymen'
State JAC chair man placed '
is in fine
school now a building
beside all ,other in Voter
poem: Registration
in which its many rooms surround -
division1st and 2nd FINEST
A verdant patio; a beautUUlandlargelandscapedarea- yY YMIWdv
grades from all Florida. It CommitteeOF
was Judged first in Florida. PRINTING
'and there
is in front, are extensive -
grounds for outside Then it was sent to Washington DADE COUNTY
Rev. P. W., Williams Chrm. .
SERVICEHERE'S Screening Comm.U.
activities. D. C.where it was competition
Mrs. Mackey has been the with all other songs in .. S. SENATE 1-D CollinsU.

only principal in NathanB.You I its division from all the states PROOF YOU'LL
n g; her leadership, her .:..' in this nation-wide compe-
.- guidance, her devotion have tition it was Judged the best,so LIKE OUR PRINTING

.. made this school and notableone 111y now it ranks first in 1967-68 FLORIDA SUPREME COURT .
in the whole USA thus this .
ut in Dade County. ; !
If John MacDonald Chapter, .r Rl 9 highest place in division Quality ; Budget District 1 3-D Boyd

,., Daughters of American comes to Nathan B.Young Elementary No Job Too large or Small

td Revolution, sponsors Jun- School STATE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVESDistrict
;s ior American Citizens clubsin - --- Sharlene Hearst, daughter Miami Times

int many elementary schools; In this contest Sharlene of Mr. and Mrs Howard 99 4-E Kershaw

- these clubs are concerned with Hearst, age C, in the first Hearst, 14120 NW 23rd Place, Call OX 10421
has brought this national honor District 107 5-D Baumgartner
patriotic education; in them grade room of Miss Annie Jacobs ,
the students learn much of our sl.1'lInt:lted: to her classroom, to her
American heritage; they learn school, tohercomm'mity
what mi'cps' brood citizenship, her state. John MacDonald: JUVENILE JUDGE
and they learn the importanceand HEROES OF SPACE Chapter, DAR is very proud to
the pleasures of practicing Ar.tN'1c'lU :$:) 'out in space, be associated in its small way Group 4 6-E Koo

o ,{u xl citizenship everydayevery With a big smile on their face. with this high achievement.This .
) whore They have rockets off in zoom, is the second time in a HAIR POMADE
y I Keeps Hair
e Neat andWeJYGroomed
p 1- At Large 8-E Sheppard
e E.O.P.I. LIBERTY Dorsey Band in ConcertMouteverd "

.,t CITY CHILDOPPORTUN All Day Group 2 At Large 9-D Harrison
The Dorsey Junior High ; "Goldfinger" and New, Improved MURRAY'S flair
g ITY CENTERThe School Band will present its the current chart climber kinky Dreulnt, hard-to Pomade-manale works hair.wonders Applied on District 3 7-E Davidson
e "Annual Spring Concert " In the morning, hair keep that "juitcombed"
'Ibe Horso
Children's Easter look all day SatUfaction
Thursday, May 23, at 8 p.m. No doubt about it folks this guaranteed GetMURRAY'S ,,, vur
parade and Fashion Show wasa to
in the school auditorium, is going to be a set you would day On tale at .,, COUNTY COMMISSION
great success last month: drug and cosmet4p
Appearing on the program really com on out to Dorsey ic counter every '""'"0
also "Buggy t
n! They enjoyed with the band will be a clari- Jr. High Thursday night. where MvppAtti
'. Rides," last month through the net quartet and a flute duet LARGE SIZE SO* rW A a, District 1 30-G Greene
efforts of some of our teach- consisting of former Dorsey SMALL SIZE 25$' -.klt1.. '
ers.Currently band members now at Mi- MURRAY'S SUPERIOR PRODUCTS CO. l 31-G CarrollFRANKLIN'S 'I,
they are practicing
s ami Northwestern Sr. High. 4H Cairlittt Ottnlt, Mltk.UMl .,
_J for "Graduation,",which Other guest artists will be Mr. 'Any where In the world
will be held in June. you wont to go" -.
I. Leroy Floyd, bass clarinettistand
Parents at our center have TJCKHS cosrNOMOBE4T
Mr. Bernard Thomas
become very concerned about guest director. CARPET

I the children's safety to and The band recently was

from the center. We plan to singled out by Dr.How a r d w 8650 NW
22 Ave.
discuss to
ways belpthem pro- Doolin, supervisor for music
themselves safety 7UYEL 4umu
tect through
(0 for Dade County Public
habits when crossing streets. Schools, for its stellor performance "Your Neighborhood Travel SPECIALIZING IN
This will be taken at our
up rendered during the Agents" '
next parent's meeting county-wide Junior high band RUG SALES ft CLEANING
which will be held on Monday, A. near to you at yourtelephone.

May 27, at 7:30 p.m. festival.Highlights o f the program We deliver.. Give 1104 ut NW a call.3rd COMMERCIAL CLEANING ft '

Mildred Oean, acting director will include a flute solo,trum- A.,.. FR 98451. ChOi. C.
fiJ Leander Bennett, reporter pet trio, and student conduc- North, Manager. FLOOR WAXING

and Barbara Coleman, tors. Selections performed -

, secretary. will Include a "Suite" by CARPETING CLEANED IN YOUR HOME OR OUR PLANT



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"'1'.,. ...,..,'1':\1 ..;.;:J.1\\t.".'t'" :.' ,, , ;, , .-\J'. .'r':\ GREATER NEW .-
f .
::",' f' \ ' MACEDONIA '1 '
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Willie Beard, reporterWe
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are In the process of our
( ., I Pastor's Sixth Anniversary. -

On tonight'(Friday), Rev. 4'A

'P. W. Wtlliamgandcongregalion : .,
of St. Luke,along with the
Male Chorus, yoqWomen'sAuxUlary

a Sunday .School and
j.' f3Ri \ BTU of Macedonia will be in

charge of the services. On

Sunday at 3 p.m. Rev. Irvin H.
{ Rea d 0 D and congregation of L

William Chapel Freewill Baptist A.'

0'' _:: : Church, Homestead ,,' an .
: .
% Jordan Chapel Freewill Baptist :
Church, Coconut Grove erh, ,'1

along with the general church L_ ,

&rr Wnu! 3n; (!Elfurdf I &uu ag will Let In us charge show of our the pastor ser- KEVA ALICIA JACKSON $270.25.JONATHAN Jonathan BROWN came' a

,and his how much
family Just
close second with $246. Third
we really love them by comingout Winners of Mt. Olivette place winner was Mia Waters
to their anniversary.The Baptist Church's annual baby
DRAKE MEMORIAL daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
SECOND BAPTIST pastor is asking the entire -
contest and proud recipients of Waters, sponsored by Mrs.
11111 PinkstonDrlve him
It church to
"" accompany
Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastor Is Invited to attend $50Saving Bonds were, Keva Thora Johnson The baby con-
The public on Sunday night, to close theMen's
Alicia Jackson of
The officers and daughter test under the leadership of
pastor, the Initial presentation f
Day observance at New '
members thank all their Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jackson; its i captain, Mrs. Bessie C.
the Celestial Chorus of Second Shiloh
Baptist, Rev. A. M.
I friends who gave of their time Church Richmond and Jonathan Brown Jr.,son of Johnson, raised a total of$1-
Baptist Griffin
and finance to make their anniversary Gloria Knight, sponsored by 274.25.; All participants In the
Heights. "Negro ; The chalrmanandco-chalr-
Mrs. Cora Reid. Little Keva
a spiritual and fin contest will receive consolation
Negro Spirituals, sponsoredby man of our Women's Day wish first
captured prize by raising
ancial blessing. prizes.
the Richmond Heights PTA to take this opportunity
1 The Pastor's Aid wishes to
featuring the Celestial Chorus thank each and every woman
t thank the members and friends of Second Baptist, May 26, at of the church who attended the SHILOHMEN'S
for them to the
fi helping give
4:00 In the Richmond Jr
+ pastor and his wife a token on p.m. Women's Day meeting. DAY AT SHILOHWe

their second anniversary High Auditorium. 'The meeting was very.successful have looked forward: to Rev., A. L, Shipp,''pastor

Our Boy Scouts have changed This program promises to. and: your presence. made it this great day and have worked Evelyn Souter, reporterThe
be one that the public will appreciate more encouraging. The next and
their meetings to Saturdayat very hard toward it. Our Deacons Deaconess
'\ 9 a.m. Parents please see Mr. Carl L. Murray of New that your boys attend. Negro spirituals as one of night after the second Sunday W. M. Davis of First Baptist Anniversary this Friday, at

I York City, a native Miamlan, We are asking all girls who the Negro's most important In next month. Ladies, remember . of Brownsville. At 3p.m.Rev. 7;30 p.m., with Bishop D.D.
is in concert Sunday, June 2, attend the church and parents contributions to American this date and plan to O. W. Foster and his Male Arline and congregation of The

at the Epworth Methodist in the neighborhood who have Culture. attend. Chorus from Hallandale will Holy Ghost Church of God of
Church 834 Morris Avenue in Donations: Adults $too; Sister Margaret Finder, Apostolic Faith and will climax
girls ages 7 to 17 to please see be our guest speaker.At 7 p.m. -
the Bronx Mr. Murray is a Sister Austin, Sister Moor, children $.50. chairman, Sister Louis Jackson Rev. Roscoe, Jackson of New Sunday, at 3 p.m. with
graduate of Howard University or Sister Lattimore for Information Cordell Corbett, p esidentpublicity co-chairman. Macedonia and congregation Rev. Douglas Cook and Male

whre he sang with the Howard on scouting. committee. will be the speaker. These are Chorus of Jordan Grove Bap-

University Choir under Remember to. visit the sick CHRISTIAN' three great ministers. tist Church The public Is in-

the direction of Dean Warner and shut-ins.. Deacon Alphonso Harmon, vited.
Lawson He is presently a NEW PROVIDENCE FELLOWSHIP chairman and Deacon Clifford Baptism'will be this Sundayat

tenor soloist with the Utter- Rev. C. J. Burney,pastor Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor Brown, co-chairman. 9 a.m.A11 candidates pleasebe

bach concert Ensemble of MASONIC WAR Arsula Edwards, reporter M. L. Nixon, reporter There will be a Bar-B-Que at the church at 8:30 a.m.

New. York City.Appear ing with VETERANS ORGANIZEDFor The Deacon and Deaconess The pastor is asking all ':Saturday, at 1861 NW 42ndSt., Remember the pastor,other

1. him is Mrs. Pearl Williams Board will celebrate their 8th. members .to' find I the. ,group"ofAtheir Apt 1, r-tr..and Mrs..WilUe sick, shut-Ins, bereaved, and
Jones of Washington,D.(i]and those In the armed services in
the first time In the his Anniversary, Sunday, May 26, choice, and not wait for 'Jones are sponsoring this
I( Philadelphia, Pa. Mrs: Jones at 3 W the leader :sale, at 8 p.m. your prayers.Visitors are always -
i is a graduate of the Howard tory ,of Florida, the Masonic p.m. Rev. J. ; Stephenson group to find you. welcome.
Music., War Veterans of the State of ,, of Antioch Baptis(will deliver Reports are to be made by all On Saturday the NQ 2 Choir
University School of 'Florida ,Inc., has organized the message.You are Invited. groups Sunday. \will have a dinner sale at the

-: their first post In Dade County. Brother Dames? brother ;I borne! of Sister Johnson, 2155 "

All those who are eligible to Revival meeting beginningJune will be funeralized Friday In ;NW 70th St. KELLY'S CHAPEL"Rev.
i ST. MARY'SRev. quality'' will become "Charter 3-7 prayer meeting, and West Palm Beach Don't forget The pastor's Aide Club will

H. V. Stuart, pastor Members" For further de- preaching services June 10- consolations meet at the home of Sister L. L. Dean, pastor

A. E. Bethel, reporter tails call 864-3349 or write 21. Rev. W. M. Boyd of Albany, Charm School being held at 'Elam Thursday, at 8 p.m. Retha McKenzie, reporterThe

Usher Board No. One will Peter Frazin 235-78thSt.. MIami Georgia will conduct the service Lory's DresS Shop on 7th Ave. Don't forget visit and pray men will observe Men's
celebrate its 44th anniversaryat Beach. Plan now to attend. for the Juniors, will end this :for the sick and ,shut-Ins. Day, Sunday, June 2, at both

3:30 with a musical' week. It is important that all morning and evening services.
p.m. ... ,.. . .... members They are asking all mem-
program. You are invited' to .r. :rvfO. := attend.
; ; ) --- -- bers and friends to this
i keep
: me ;300 Bicies to the
come out and enjoy this evening .. .,. ; .. ; ; .. .. given MT. SINAI date In
: .\' J'.1.. mind. Mr.Charles
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with us. : ;;,c/.1'. : ;; : ' .\ .In..", ,.:...," '. by Mrs, C. Pearsol
. .Mk\o"\'I.i Is
1 ; '!',; \ 'r'. : :.. honor of Sister chairman.
The committee for Women'sDay "" : frf t Thompsonwere Rev. C. Albury pastor
will start their dinner :ft I\I: .: ; 'f./ '>. I 'J, ',, : '..M!;. ;: n.. ::: dedicated by the pastor, Patricia Austin reporter The Stewardess Board will
sales Saturday, May 25. For ",", ..,:,. .,,.."". ",..,,"'..'.." .'....-.:,.. ,...& ,:,,. ., .#..__" ,,...: The church is grateful to her The youth are sponsoring, a have aSpr Ing TeaSunday,
- May 26th at
for such a kind and useful 4:00 pmatthe
orders please call 758-1601. ges Fashion and Tea In the church
Donation $1.00. ture. We were happy to have annex, Sunday, May 26, from church. All member sand
We were happy to see Bro the president Club worshipwith 4 6 p.m. Come out and see friends are asked to come out
ther John Duncombe church us.Sister. them in action. This will benefit and help make this a success.

Sunday. Brother Finlayson Maggie Scott and Sister their Youth Day Mrs. Brown is president.

Sister McPhee are in Jackson Anna Jackson,supervisorsof The Host-Hostess committee

Hospital and Brother Bethel In the BTU are asking all youth Bernyce Greene,

Vent Ian Nursing Home;also tad adults to please attend the sponsor extends a bflt tha\1k\ ST. MARK

Deacon Charles Gibsoc is in meeting Sunday at 5:45 p.m you t o Wart No, 11 purchasing -
Christian Hospital. FN ti f 4vF Visit our sick members inthe a lovely guest book to keep
Our deepest and sincere F ,xr hospital and at home. Sister a record of our visitors, Rev C. W, Wade, pastor

symaptbyto all our members Pollack's son is leaving for Bible study and prayer Arthur Rutledge, reporter
Korea I at the end There will be a wedding,Sa-
who had bereavement during of the week meetings are held every Tues-
"t the wee k. May God give you loin her in prayer for his safe day and Thursday, at 8 p.m. turday, May 25, at St. Mark

., strength to bear your burden. return. All visitors are,welcome to Street.Baptist Church, 1471 NW 87th

come and worship wth us.We
The bride
are the cool church with the Juanita Williams
NEW HOPE -- MT. CARMEL warm welcome. Don't believeme is the daughter of Mr.and Mrs.

Rev. W. E, Sims,pastor REV. T. E. WRIGHT REV. ERVIN READONnut ? Come see for yourself. James Williams
Rev. D. A.Bradley,pastor The groom is Mr. Ozle Lee
Loraine Fuller, reporterThe Our theme:"Life is a ladder Grove, come out and witness Louis McGriff, reporterThe Remember to breathe a Holmes.

No. Two Usher Board every step we take Is either up our success.. Rev. L. R. Ross delivered prayer for our bereaved and The ceremony will take
will celebrate their anniversary or down." Mrs. Carrie Lawrence and I IMayttes the message for us on sick members. place at 5 p.m.

on Sunday, May 26, at 11 the men are forever striving are having a"Men's. last Sunday morning. Those
a.m. the Rev. Douglas Cook upward. This is our final Day Dinner Special. Let us who had teas on last Sunday
will p reach the anniversary them full I t thank the ones who helped
plea members give our support.
see your captain
sermon. Everyone Is invitedto because wa the men are Mr. Waymon Plummer and I them Male Chorus I
come out and witness this working and planning to mate Usher Board No. 2 wish to Don't forget Sunday Is Men's

great event.Deacon Sam Davis this the be stand successfulday thank you for your support at J Day, we extend, a hardy wel- Presents Fashion ''TeaThe
president.The Beach come to and The
in the history of our Haulover party you your's. - -
pastor is asking every- church. Choir No. Two and Greater Rev. Tanner, pastor of st.Mary's .
one who can,to attend the Sea Chorus of Antioch tant manager. Miss Mary
Bethel Gospel Chorus did not Baptist Church,Coco-
Dallas Stroud, Baptist, will present a Musical Young who
board Is
Baptist School studying fashion
chairman Brother William end their contest Sunday night, I nut Grove, will deliver the and Fashion
being held at New Bethel Baptist Tea, Sunday, May designing and modeling at Miami
due to the rain. planning for morning message. The Rev.
Burroughs cochairman.Our 26 at
Jr. the
Danla from home of Mr.and Mrs. Bide jr.
Church, May another date. J Davis pastor of First Baptist College will be
20 through May 31, each even- Rev Ervin morning Readon speaker is of To the sick and shut-ins let in Brownsville will deliver the at Roy 4:00 Ross, 3021 NW 70th Ter., guest model. Other guest participants -
ing from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m, Rev. pastor 'us concentrate on our blessings evening message. p.m. Some of Antioch will be featured at
'Jordon Chapel Freewill, young ladies and 'this
W. E. Sims, is president. and like Paul, learn to Come and bring a friend. from young ladies time
Let us continue to pray for Coconut Grove and William sing In the midst ofour Remember the sick and other churches will The program promises to be
our sick and shut-ins, the bereaved Chapel, Goulds. Our evening troubles. ,I shut-ins and those who have model clothes from Lory's an afternoon of enjoyment
families and mankind speaker is Rev. T. E. Wrightof Fashion hop of Edison Cen Mr. Cason Graham is
Rev F., E. Sneed, pastor, J lost their love ones. Pray for ter. Miss the
St. Paul AME Church Dee
everywhere. ,Coco- Joseph R. Marshall, reporter 1 the boys in Vietnam. fashion Dee Lawrence, president and Rev. P.W, Wiggins
coordinator and assis is the pastor.


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c. Dixon, pastor Rev. W. K, Smith, pastor I Ij j I II

At Marshall, reporter Alice S. Irving, reporter (I
Dixon took her en-
The Youth Department Is
The Rev. O. Taylor of School class to the making preparations for their

I Greater St.Luke of Hollywood afternoon. There annual Youth Day which will be y 'IP
for the No. 1 Choir students in all,and the n
will speak held the secoodSunday In Jun8.
this Thursday night. The pub- f Brother L e r:o y spen- They have selected for their

lic Is Invited. Brother Herman Sunday School Super theme: "Youth WitnessingTheir
The children had a
! Thomas Is president. Faith In God.: MislEd
The Deacons and Deaconess time. die Jean Thomas is chairman -
| will hold their regular board to you, our warm .

meeting on this Friday,at 6:30. to come. and worship- Usher Boards No. 2 and 3
The president Is askingall anytime. ._
p.m. will celebrate their combine
out to the
officers to be present. prayers go at 3 .... .. ,
shut-ins. anniversary Sunday p.m. -- ---- --- -
ROY. Macon will speak this Rev Fred Johnson will deliver PENNINGTON CLEMINTINE RAHMING

Friday In behalf of No.2 Choir the message. All a uxiliaries . Morning Speaker . Evening Speaker
and the Willing Workers. The EMANUEL are asked to please cooperate.The .
Sunday, May 26, the members nington. The evening speaker
church Is asked to be
entire regular meeting of the invite you tojoin J with will be Mrs, Clemlntine
present.The J, E. Wright, pastor Scholarship committee will be them in celebrating their Rahming All .our many
women of Jordan Grove were Inspired with the held Thursday night. annual Women's Day. friends and visitors are wel.
will celebrate their 10th annual delivered by Rev. Usher Board No. 2 will be In come.

Women's Day on Sunday, Sunday morning..' c h a r g e of auxiliary Sunday The speaker for the morning Rev. J. W. Stepherson. pas- '
May 26. -Theme: "Christian were happy to have our School class Sunday.On will be Mrs. Leenette M. Pen- tor.
Working in Unity." worship with us. the sick list are: Sister
Inviting you to wore Estelle Gay, Jackson Memorial MORNING STAR ,..
Morning speaker is Mrs. : Sunday morning in the Hospital room 1308 and MT. CALVARYRev. .
Waldon of West Palm Elder ,Walter Butler pastor
Beatrice 5770 NW 15th Avenue. Brother Arthur Vickers. ,
h. speaker is ; ; S. Atchison pastor
Be a c Evening Prayer services are held ,
Mother Sheffield of Mia m i. every Tuesday night. Let us Phyllis Beal, reporter t+
Come and hear these dynamic OF GOD continue to pray for the sick There will be a dinner sale
speakers. at the church the second Sunday
and shut-ins.
Arnold Demeritte in June. The entire pubI:
Mrs. Mary Brown Is chair t
are in or- is invited.A r
man Mrs. Doris Smith Is co-
; the youth for their fine ST. MATTHEWS bus tour is beJagplanned,
on last Sun June 16, to Key West, The fare
SOUTH DADE NEWS Thanks, also to Rev. A. Randall, pastor is $6.00. The bus will leave at
speaker, Mrs.Eliza Annie Vassar, reporter' 7:30: p.ra. All dinners are free.
Mrs Daisey Gardner Is a math Richmond On the fourth Sunday the In behalf of Women's Day -
patient at Baptist Hospital, church and pastor are invitedto there will be a Kool in the
Room 332, our prayers are withSister Smith, be guest of St. Paul AMEof Evening Sip, Tuesday night
with you. young ladies spoke to the Coconut Grove. All members after the third Sunday in May, '
Let the community give Rev. concering the theme:' and friends are Invited to at 7:30 Thanks in advance.
W H. Woods flowers while he 'bowan Example." Miss attend. Please pray and visit the
yet linger at his home. B. Strachan, a senior at The pastor and members sick and shut-ins. 4
Jackson High spoke on will be the guest of Rev.Solomon "

'iL .' She gave an excellent this Friday night. 'He Is GRACE JOSEPH R, MARSHALLWe
the youth to asking Choir No. 1 and Usher PRESBYTERIAN
Board No.2 to him.
to others. accompany
Don't forget to pray for the Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor are happy to announce
sick and bereaved families This Sunday, from 4 to 6 that our "May Tea" public
.. p.m., we will have delightful speaker will be Mr. Joseph R,
"Modal Tea," sponsored by Marshall, of St. James AME
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE"For Mrs. Roena Livingston,chair who will speak on the subject:
"Building for Christ The tea
man of zone four.
a in Him we live, and I will be at the home of Elder
5 move, and have our being ." On Wednesday, at 1:30 p.m.
and Mrs. Walter Butler 1290
1 partof i f we will have an enjoyabe ,
This from Acts is
passage NW 41st'st.., Sunday, May 26,
"Family Night Supper, sponsored
the Lesson-Sermon which,
friends.'i' at 4:30 p.m. Come out and wit.
the Board Deacons
will be read Sunday in all. by
ness this young man in Christ.
Christian Science Churches and the Adult Choir. Tickets:
Subject: "Soul and BodyThe 75$ for adults and 45? for To the to sick and shut..tnscontinue
public Is Invited to attend.
What does His promisemean
9 1k today? Listen Sunday at
PFC Harrison Hamilton, 1:45 p.m. over radio station L
U, S. Marines, has been WMBM Sunday, May 26,to part
awarded the Silver Star. 1 of Make you a new heart..
Here are a'few excerpts from
a letter to his mother:When ETHEL ROLLE

you write, tell me how you feel Ethel E. Rolle, a stu- BROWNSVILLE BAPTIS1The
have a son that won the Silver the University of Ml1 Brownsville Baptist

Star. Do you know lam the dr 1 concerning the Church invites vou to help
first of my age to win such a "Hope." She stres- celebrate their Eighth Annual

high honor. I was talking to the the young people, the Women's Day,Sunday, May 26.
newspaper man, and he asked of tile world is Christ Speaker of the morning will be
me how I managed to do whatI Commissioner M.Athalie

did. This is what I told him, Range, who will speak on the
I said I was trained to pray theme: "A Challenge to Christian '
when ever I got in tight spot, : I Women in These Troubled . L
and that's Just what I did..Then ) Times

I told him the man is all right, Mrs. Alveta Fields, chair
he asked what man, and I told man, Mrs. Kathaleen Denni-
him Jesus.He smiled and said, son, co-chairman.
God bless you Marine.May God
bless you until we meet again. A

Love, your son, Harrison.PFC .
Harrison was woundedin r r

the left arm in Vietnam,not Rev C. H. Smith, pastor

seriously. He is the son of Minnie Hunter, reporterOn ,..
Mrs. Martha Grlffen, 10393
SW 174th Terrace, Perrine. Sunday, May 26, ou r'of

church will sponsor its firs. ... -I .
Rally Prepare yourselves,si I
... we can be certain of your attendance .. A GALA NIGHT OF SPI RITUAL
VALLEY GROVE M. B. "" You are invited ti o' ENTERTAINMENTThe
.THOMAS spend the entire day with us
BTU Society presents of i 0 s pel'singing.. Refresh-
Rev. johnie Torrence, pastor: Cole tte D.Thomas, Our congregation would Ilk e
"The Lefevres" at St. John will be served
Evelyn Ferguson, reporter at Miami North to thank each of you who wen e
Baptist Church 1328 NW 3rd Sister Gladys Thurston
The Pastor's Anniversaryis "
Senior High, spoke on out on last Sunday to our Firs t
Ave. Friday 24 at 8:15 President, Rev. T. Johnson
still in progress. ; of"Love." Annual Auxiliary Tea.We hop!: May ,
P.m. They have had 191 pastor..
Thursday night the Ruv. Thomas, admonished you enjoyed yourselves as, years
Butler and his congregation people of the church much as we enjoyed hav hzg
will render service in behalfof Christ and be thou you.

the anniversary. amp 1 e. If we as young 7'bon.t NA, 17203 Notory PublicI.
Friday night Rev. T. L. we must possess as well
Evans and from
congregation these characteris
Sunrise Baptist Church. Faith, Hope, and Love. FIRST BAFTIST I. STANLEY SWEETING-

Sunday evening Rev. J, D. moderator for the Rev W. M. Davis, pastor ASSOCIATES
Green of Jersalum Baptist and was Mrs. Loraine H. Donella Turner, reporterThe
congregation will close out the former V, L. B. Diversified! Public Services,

j anniversary at 3 p.m. 196467. church and pastor will l
On June 7 the pastor and the to all prospec worship with the New Mt.Zioc I Public Rtlotlont Consultant
i church services at Theatrical Editor 'TK. Miami
will render graduates,of Miami, Tlmas
1 Baptist Church, Sunday at 3:00 I
New Shiloh, Rev.Griffin is the the pastor will deliver p.m. Rev. Solomon, pastor

I pastor. i to you on June 2., The No. 1 Choir and toe Male I 16351 NW 18th Ploc. (Bunch. Park) Miami Florida10th
Remember the sick and D. Thomas, reporter. Chorus will unite their voices,
I shut-Ins.

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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 24, 1968 31)

I 500 Residents Attend ',Teacher Performance Standards Studies 1

Mass Meeting
B I TALLAHASSEE.Meeting by the Commission and after profession that teachers "po view in each. case. The ex-

in Tallahassee, May 13-14,the approval by the State Board of lice their own ranks." plained that reviews were designed -
Mrs Maude K.Reid,Presi- held to give residents a conti- Florida professional Practice Education will be used by Asked how Commission for professionals on

dent of the Board of Directors, nual voice in the development! s Commission called on Commission appointed re- viewers are obtained Mrs. tenure or continuing contractand
Greater Miami Urban League, of plans. the deans and directors of viewers will be composed of Shannon stated that school that reviews annual contract -

is pleased to announce the The meeting was organized Florida's schools and colleges active teachers in the same boards, superintendents, or personnel are not nor-
overwhelming turnout of Pro by Community LeadershlpDe- of education for teacher per- disciplines as the individuals teachers must request a re mally granted.

ject n residents at the mas velopment Specialists of the formance standards and received whose services are being reviewed .
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meeting in 'Culmer Center Greater Miami Urban League. assurances of help. .

Park. The planners are Mrs. Mar- Already adopted by the Color Black & White

garet R. Brown, Mr. Paul S. Meeting with the Commission Commission and approved by Stereo ServiceF&MTV .
More than 500 area resi- Moore, Mr. James B. Pierce, to discuss expected adoption the State Board of Educationare
dents were present to tell Ur- Mr. Bruce G. Thompson, Mr. of teaching performance standards of ethics and
ban Renewal officials their Jimmie L. Whlpple. standards were Dean Stanley personnel practices. Accord

hopes and plans for the rede- May being Urban League Marshall, FSU, Dean Melvin ing to Commission membersthe
425 9th
velopment of the Project n Membership Drive month, we 0. Austin, FAMU; Dean Bert performance standards E. ST. HIALEAH

neighborhood.Many would like to remind everyonethat Sharp, University of Florida;, now under development will PHONE: 8886011T.

this type of program, the Acting Dean Newell of Uni- enable the Commission to
pertinent Issues were Project n Meeting Is versity of Florida; Dean John I demonstrate that the teaching
brought to the attention of the supported V,. SALES $5.00 DOWN DELIVERS
Beery, University of Miami
by the strength a large ; profession can meet the de-
planners. These included the membership provides the Assistant Dean Jack Wells, mands of the public and the STEREOS & FURNITURE
factor of home ownership the FAU Dean
; League and the additional ; Harland Merriam,
primary concern being con- funds to plan and Implementnew Stetson University; Assistant Collins Scores
struction of homes for sale at Urban Dean Raymond,Urbanek, Uni- CONCERNEDFOR
moderate levels of cost.It programs. League ..
was versity of South Florida Dean
memberships are $1 $5 and ; EDUCATION
brought to the attention of the Sam
Frank, Jacksonville Uni- Faircloth Aide
$10, and up. All it takes is a
audience that new home de- versity and Dr. Outterson
; ,
phone call to the central of-
velopm ant Is 1 a r gel y depen- fice 377-3681 Director of Education, University LEVER 9-D K
at 395 NW 1st
Former Governor
dent on the passage onow-in- of Tampa. LeRoy
home bills Street. Or stop by any one ol Collins told acheeringairportcrowd
come before ownership the the four neighborhood offices, The nineteen-rriemberCom, Sarasota Monday that CRUTCHER FIELD "
presently Con-
Norman Watson Urban at 2338 All Baba Ave., 6740 mission, created by the Legis- Jesse McCrary Jr., an assis- (Mrs. John C.)
gress. NW 15th Ave., 3378 Douglas lature In 1963 to set and enforce tant to attorney general Earl
Renewal Director said that
the bills would allow, peoplewho Road, or 536 SW 12th Ave., standards of ethics and Faircloth, "has been going up HARRISONENDORSED
and say you want to join the teaching i practices, was financed -, and down the state Illegally
are now paying rents of
Urban League and help Build and staffed by the 1961 campaigning for Faircloth." COUNTY WIDE .
month to
$80.000 a
buy for Better Opportunity. Legislature and Is, accordingto ''1)
for the rate of l1el'Je
sanw monthly
Commissioners Mrs, Collins, who wlll, oppose -...t
payment.of He the anticipated bills. easy 'Any where in the world Marian: H. Shannon, and other, Faircloth in next Tuesday's .\ 'HE
passage you wont to go" Miamians Marjorie England,t runoff election for the senate
Another topic was the fac-
Elnora Kreuger, moving: seat vacated by Senator GUIDE
tor of public housing units TTOfifTar cwr ra10ablesTIMES
rapidly to provide perform George Sma the r s,said Mc-
renting for a rate that residents NO MOM AT ?.nce standards for reviewing Crary was on the state payroll

can afford, also being the practices teach as assistant attorney general :Miami Beach
free of rats, roaches, and the Reporter
and at
ers, principals supervisors $8,600 a year. McCrary
of Senior
indifference of s I umland- Congress
rUY whose competence is lives In Miami.
lords. RI/RElY also Greek American Political Club
challenged. They reported -
The residents were assur- "Your Neighborhood Travel that university representatives U1 - Democratic Club of Miami Beach

ed that no one would be relocated Agents" are produce rec- Youth for Effective Government

until there was an ade- A. near to you as your ommendations totheCommtssion FREE RIDES Sunshine State Senior Citizens No. 1
quate place for them to move telephone.' Give us a call. following final stan TO POLLS The Voters' and Taxpayers' Leagueof
*_ deliver. 1104 NW 3rd dards conference in Orlandoon
into.Construction will begin in Ave. FR 98451. Chat. C. August 1. Miami and Dade County

about 2 years. During this North, Manager. These performance standard CALL 693-4041 COUNTY WIDE VOTE MAY 28

time, other meetings will be they said,upon adoptionIn .

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Negro Co-op Gets >J>* y 9 p BQ ,
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; '' :%F"ri: herd, P lrtlr je
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SAN FRANCISCO. Safeway Stores, Inc has taken a 397 197 IN hex. CMz4
step in the San Francisco Bay Area that may well becomea
pace-setter for the restotthe United states. The implications -
of this week's move by the second largest food
.chain in the country to assist Its 'brother Hunters Point ; -wstg

Neighborhood Co-op Supermarket set high mark for
other leaders of the U. S. Industry to try and reach. ;

The Co-Op located In the heart of Hunters point, the ))11/jjj
I scene of last year's riots, opened Its doors In 1965. Low MO
income investors, 2700 In number and many residents of reR q'

the blighted Negro area paid $5 a share to get their own DMnt o"si or trc """ H'N r cr4
market place established.From the beginning,a low oper- rzr +M ,
ating capital troubled the store's management, and last sd
November a pair of armed Negroes robbed the store of Its
receipts: totaling $12,000. With no possible chance of recovery FI
of the desperately needed money, the CoOp has
been faced for months with the prospect of having to close

Its doors. Stock was low, morale was lower and hopelessness -
stalked all efforts to hold off creditors. '

The Co-Op board of, directors and friends of the store "HeYiSt h+%R 4b 8
,,, sought aid for weeks to work out a solution for the prob- ,/
lems of the embattled supermarket. Safeway, the giant i feoJer R1VF -I
food chain with 2500 stores, this week answered the call] y ,

for help. 'The word passed fast up to Quentin Reynolds.! ''
Safeway president, whose company in 1966 totaled $3.36 PHItjpP tL
billion in sales. Reynolds made an unannounced visit to I

the Co-Op, made his own calculations about what had to be, a Hf1S ,
done, and the effort was on its way. Asp r+c
The upshot of the food chain's
t) 's' response produced a contract -
between the two supermarket organizations wich for

t the simple fee of $1 is bringing teams of Safeway experts I l'J s ,, due rf tr RE ,

to examine, change and improve the Co-Op operation at / raBA ; 1 d
P r wl
every level. i 8 r
I'I( (, Leonard Batts, president of the board of directors of the
; Co-Op, sees now the beginning of the end of the dire situation ew.w 1e, R N
facing his store. "We havethebestexperts available c prN R oo

to guide us now out of our d 11 e m m a. Our stockholders JLj ,, .e a
couldn't be more pleased with the way things are working{ % ljR,, t 8
out. And, you know," says Batts,""these Safeway people radii f
really want us to make a ,go of it." '
Indications that Batt's nethusiasm has hard ground under 1 ;1
it Include the fact that the Board of Trade has been!

persuaded to give the Co-Op a 90-day extension on de- 1691 jQf r
mands for payment by creditors.The r.DE .
next move now is for the 2700 shareholders to begin -
to support their Co-Op.
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Study Finds t
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BOSTON. Psychiatrists!;; "A new disturbance will aim < +Yde,pcooer0c
analyzing human motivationsand ; at vital public services sucht th. 1't

drives are gloomy about t as electricity, telephone, gas,
':' prospects for avoiding asum- radio and water supply." a e+Alr, +y '38

mer of riots. The Five days of Detroit )
turmoil last summer resultedIn
or Dr. John P. Spiegel, direc- 43 deaths ((33 Negroes and
tor of the Center for the Studyof
10 whites), $50,000,000 In pro-
Violence, Brandeis Uni- da 682
perty mage, burned
versity said cities most vul-
buildings, 2,700 looted stores
nerable are those in which the and 7,200 arrests. o oti
civic leadership denies thereis G
Stop In, ASK for FrM
any race problem. I I your 12-page
newspaper insert that is jammed I

"The chances for riots are packed with money saving specials -
least likely In cities in which / : on home-fix Items.Lindsley.
there Is sincere recognition of ,
ferment; more likely where
there is insincere recognition,
and most likely incities where

there is massive denial," j
Spiegel told the American
Psychiatric Assn.
i i

He classified Chicago as lying .
"between massive denial V'nib e r

and Insincere recognition" I I

New York on the other hand, Every minute anda .
.... Open Sundays 11/12 P.M.
was placed In the "sincere LinrJsle/-RBC

I 1.,; recognition" categorybecause half. . someone 3505 NW 79th Street-Ph. 696-2810 1635 NW.28th St.' Ph 635-4511 "
of the preventive efforts calls AAMCO N.W. 7th Ave.127th St.-Ph. 681.7471 2160 S.W. 27th Ave,- Ph. 443.7432 Stores alsolocated
NW. 27t Ave at 179th St.
-Ph. 621-0544) 812 SW 12th Ave.-Ph. 374-5108
of Mayor John V. Lindsay. 14300 N.W.27th Ave.-688-6523 401 N.E. 167th St.- Ph.949-3537 in
Every week ARMCO satisfies more 8820 Bird Road-Ph.221-8311 HIALEAH:1295 W.49th St. -Ph, 821-2150 :
Spiegel saidhisoverallevaluation than 10.000 transmission problems.You 4300 Ponce de leon-Ph. 443.7461 PERRINEtS. Dixie Hwy.Ph.238.5535 Key West ((2 Storti)
get free towing I free road- 496 N.E. 79th St.-Ph. 757-4571 HOMESTEAD 632 Washington
of the riot pros check. fast efficient lervice-most S Dixie Ludlam Road- Ph. 661.1672 -Ph.247.6813 lilamorada
pects is one of "deep concern times in just one day. And with 5891 S. Dixie Hwy.-Ph.661.5361 MIAMI STOKES BELOW CLOSED SUNDAYS Travernltr
AAMCO your transmission! can be 3817 N.W.17th Ave.-Ph 633-8218 660 NE. 96th St.-Ph.759-2431
protected by over 500 AAMCO Cn 16160 Biscayne Blvd.-Ph, 947-4711 Fort Pierce
tars coast to coast.
Every minute end a half torn. COUNTY STORES Open Sundays till 2 P.M.
The reason, he said, is the one proves . W. HOLLYWOOD! 1800 N.State Road 7-Ph 989.6850 FT. LAUDERDALE Daytona Beach
failure of most cities to move You can toms yourtrfliumtofoff HOLLYWOOD: 801 N.21 Ave.-Ph. 922.5624 POMPANO BEACH::219 142SW.1stAve.-Ph.9420900 N W. ht Ave.- Ph 522-7411 Tampa ((5 Storti)

on the causes that give rise to (a AAMCO FT.OAKLAND LAUDEPDALE PARKS 1099 2900 Oakland W. Broward Park Blvd Blvd.--Ph.Ph.581-3900 565.6761 'FT.*frr LAUDERDALE, LAUDERDALE; 800 N,E, 3rd Ae.-Ph52M572 Largo
the turmoil. STORE CLOSED SUNDAY) Pine lias Park

o MIAMI: 1635 N.W.28th St Ph. 633-0103 MIAMI: 14300 N.W.27th Ave.
,A Detroit psychiatrist who < -6B80553NO
analyzed riot therelastsummer wue sssi1***
w.,N', Largest r.IMI..,_ .".. ,."..,
also warned that it MONEY
can happen again." OPEN DAILY 8 TO 6 DOWN !

"Problems have not' been DOWNTOWN MIAMI64N.E..20THST.
solved," declardd Dr. ElliotD BUY NOW fcflY

., Luby, professor of psychiatry LATERP"
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: : > 8oItimoreSelf; Help A, Project :

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POET'SCORNER Help Negro Businessmen SS

::> 'I ,' By GENE GRIENER BALTIMORE. "A self nancial involvement simply Jerold Hoffberger, president
:. ,'#' .fl', '..' belp project of the black community a 'means, of getting a few Negroes of a beer .brewery and owner

----.-- _.n._ _u. ___ ., to grant loans to aspiring a break in the business of the Baltimore Orioles;Johq
"."I..1 fiH ,' n I..,. S. Negro businessmen" has world. More than that,we look Ar Luetkemeyer, state treasurer -
THE KEY 'I :.; /1 when number ten is one been launched in Baltimore. at it as the beginning of a pro and president, of.the,
Formation of the Baltimore ,cess tQ open up the free enterprise Equitable Trust Co.; John E.
Now bow can there be Brotherhoodwhen rye never'seen you out-of-doors, Community Investment system to Negroes," Mott, president of Mercan
churches don't agree Just In a darkened room, '; ,' was made public at a news con- Kenneth 0. Wilson, presidentof tile-Safe Deposit & Trust Co.,
that black and white should kneel to pray, Tve ference. Its the board said. and Semans directorof
.' never seen you In a dress, ': principal purpose Truman ,
worship In harmony. Just slacks that go zoom-zoom. .1 will be to invest in companies Wilson is vice president in the First National Bank.
being; formed or already operated charge of advertising for the
For congregations won't permit. :,Y"" Fve never sat and talked with ,you by Negroes Afro-American newspapers..
Negroes to Join with them ,' To figure how you think; While initiated and organized "While we may not be able
in worshipping the Son of God '' We've only said a word or two within the Baltimore Negro to create an instant entrepre- The public ,is invited to attend -
who came from Bethlehem. six of the 25 directors neurial class said Samuel
As you served me my drink. community, T. the Eighteenth Anniversary -
are white and four of Daniels, ''associate director, of the Liberty City Branch
Churches are very adamant Fve never had a dance: with youI them officers.of the city's big "We will be abe to make an NAACP, Sunday, May 26, at 3.
and teach you to believe do not know your skill; gest banks. inroad into business areas p.m., at Mount Tabor Baptist
that Brotherhood of man: is good There's many things rve never done The investment company historically closed to Ne Church, 1701 NW 66th St.Rev
if you are so naive. And guess I never will. plans to offer$600,000 in stockto groes.. James Hendon, pastor.
the public. It also hopes to White directors include Irving Guest speaker will be Rev. ...
But Negroes still are barred from. churchthe But there's one thing that I have done obtain from the federal government Blum,officer the large W. E, Sims, pastor of New'
white man want it so That you don't know about, a loan of$2 for each department store; Allan Hob- Hope Bapist.Church..
now how can there be Brotherhood., I wrote a song called, "Betty-Jo" $1 raised by the company. llyzell, vice president of the Deacon Richard H. Powell,
really, Fd, like to know.. "We do not regard this fi- Maryland National Bank; Branch president.
That I am iotng to tout. .

The Baptist hate the Catholics, Anti when it makes the Hit-Parade, "

the Protestants the Jews, The number one of ten; . 4 ENDORSED COUNTY WIDE
as Christians stir their pots of hates Then you can say to all your friends, w ,''::4t::: 'bjt
to parboil the Hindus., "I knew that Joker when---.. .': : .
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On Brotherhood you sound so good, He bothered me with poetry, ',,' .,1I't' !.:,, .' < \ lI\.fI 'HI .!!:!
but you will never be He pestered me to death; y -
as long as man Is filled with hate He was a kooky kind of guy ','. r-
he can not find -- The Who did not take my breath. ',' GUIOf
Griener r (C ral6aWestirTIMES
Oh he wrote
yes a song for mo
It's rather cute, but then Resld.nt of Miami since 1924
rve heard it played a million times, Product of Dade County school system
] please number .
Say play ten
life can never be the same again 3 children also products of Dade County
The reason fm sure you understandMy --:Gene Griener, )s,' : schools
life will never be the same again 20 yrs. active Dade County civic and religious ;' 1\\

The reason i is simply grand. affairs

A WHITE ROSE . B.A. Degree in Education, U, of Ky.
You have entered my life with outstanding 'jThere's
charmSo I ,Member of Kappa Delta, Pi, Educational
a white rose in my garden ,
lovely and sweet you came Dying: as the'day grows old; Honorary: S MRS 'ITHKi!
You have locked my heart. where it cannot be God, what,can I do to help it, Alumna' U. of Miami iD

harm Oh,,this I was never told. .: .:1:;* ': Graduate work in Psychology BECKHAMDISTRICT
To lose you will be ashame.. i. '. *" V.\ t'
." 4 (\ Husband, practicing attorney' and.:professor
I can see the petals crumbling, "j" 3
Now that rve met heart is fulfill Falling, after turning black. of law, U. of Miami SCHOOL BOARD.

The spot where you will forever be I can fell the pain of anger
To want you, to hold you is my constant will Knowing I can not bring them back..

To love you is easy to see. Elect as Your Juvenile -- --
But rm strong enough to face it,
The feeling grew, and grew, and grewIt I know death must come to all; Judge One ofthe Most
was a feeling that was very strangeIt Then why do tears fill both my eyes
was a feeling that was completely newIt As I see the last one fall.
was love which I can never refrain.To Active Workers in the

: 'Smilie' __ Magda w ,
By: Frank Hopkins Governor's Campaign of the

.. .,
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YOUR Our Youth Deserve ,

Gtect ju tlce 1neecl and _,

Wisdom ;':

Family: Wife, Beatrice; Daughter, Former Member Young Democrats

Joan Leslie; Mother, Mrs. John W. Dade Count, Miami Jaycees.

k, ENDORSEDFROM Ferguson. S Assistant State Attorney 9 yrs. .

x Resident So. Fla.I 51' .; Dade.

The Miami Herald in endor
John said "
\ sing V. Ferguson
'* U. of Miami I Law School[ Graduate
S S on April 29, 1968:
County t .
.'t\\ 1939. : 'I .t; "The Herald Editorial I I I
pta\ia\ieS.( vcA Wide W. W. II Veteran U. S. N vy..J! Board has interviewed the con-

{ Vote tenders thoroughly and search

-Jfc. / la CJ Sl ed their background" . "In'
r Children's Center
< Former Director field of four candidates, Mr.

3$8 iI (For emotionally ,disturbed child. Ferguson an experienced

ren). attorney who has practiced

1t1Je. {lftl"' Past President Kiwanis.Club of Key in Miami I I since 1939, is a

; .lallIi Biscayne. stand-out."
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Business. Industry Must Support Equal Employment. .. : .

NEW YORK.for business- 1"e and time industry slums If you ignore the crisis, the Mr Young cited six require "You- -face a major credibility- bois, the role, models, the.historians of the future, looking
com and
has to support equal employment will ghettos of this land ments for successful Incorporation gap in the ghetto," he said. community leaders, the image back on these troubled,
with the sam fervor, of siphon off more and more of the hard-core un- Reconsideration of hiring makers, fully accustomed to crisis-ridden times will be
dedication as you now sup tax your profits. The eroding employed into the Job struc- standards and hiring prac- accepting credit for major able to write, 'And so, the
and base of the American city ture: tices. "What does 'qualified' achievements in this country American businessman of that
cost or new
port, say development, ," Whitney burden places a larger and larger The complete commitmentof really mean?" But you cannot have it both era, confronted by agonizing
product Young Jr., executive 'on the business community top management assuring Restructuring of certain ways. You cannot enjoy the social problems and not always -
National Urban Lea the compliance of managementat Jobs to make them easier to prestige and the status and the distinguished by a talent
director said, Wednesday in an address Mr. Young described the all echelons master. leadership bestowed upon you for public service,rose to new
gue, before the AmericanIron picture in the iron and steel Establishment of agres- Establishment of new lathe name American heights of responsibility and
industry today as mixed inre- s Iv e recruiting procedures training techniques., achievement without at the placed his full efforts and re-.
Steel Wstitute.
and /gard, to Negro employment Most important, the guar- same time assuming the responsibility -, sources squarely behind the
"The Income whites gap andnon-between/'// the main,' he said, "it showsa "A study of the Greater Pit- antee of a Job at the end of the for the negative task, of securing equal oppor-
this country's pattern of confining Negroes tsburgh steel industry showed training cycle and a built-in by-products of the system. tunity for all the nation's peo
whites is wide and getting wider to low-level jobs of that out of a 3000-man sales "
substan- for advancement."For "It is my fervent hope that pleaFor
and we are falling farther tial employment of Negroes in force, only 16 were Negroes. good or evil," Mr.
father behind in the effortsto Out of 6000 -
and blue
collar jobs but no more persons listed in Young said, "businessmen in
close it.Your reasoiningneed than token 'employment in collar Jobs, Negroes are foundIn America occupy a role unequalled -
not be wholly altruistic. white collar jobs. te lower clerical classifications anywhere else in the
world, ou are the status syra-
James Fare er Gets GOP New Faces New Deals

I Endorsement For CongressThe SUPPORT THE GREATER New Community Pride

New York Republican "working congressman, not MIAMI URIAN LEAGUETHIS New Political Boost r
party has endorsed Liberal absentee representative."

party candidates James Far- The remainder of his plat- YEAR'S GOAL IS ELECT,
2,000 NEW
mer for Congress.. form includes a guaranteed
Farmer, former national annual Income, federal guar- information on how you can loin the Greater Miami
executive director of the Con- antees for investments in Bed- Urban League, phone: 3773682. Earl Carroll" 31-G

gress of Racial Equality, is ford-Stuyvesant and slum
running for the House seat elimination. COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT 3

from the predominately Negro In order to endorse Farmer,
Bedrod-Stuyvesant section of the Republicans withdrew r
New York City their previous approval of : Wllington Rolle 8-D
Farmer, whose program includes Robert
Murray, a Republican. COME TO SEE US ATJOE'S
"changing the terrible SCHOOL BOARD GROUP I
balance of payments in the BUNCH PARK PTA
black community," was surprised
by the endorsement.He Bunche Park Elementary MARKETSTHERE Joe Kershaw 4-E
said, "that blacks spend $29 School will conduct a PTA on
billion in the United States but Monday,May 27, at 8 p.m. It 'STATE LEGISLATURE DISTRICT 99
98 per cent goes out and only is very important that every IS ONE NEAR YOU
two per cent comes back" parent attend this meeting.The Clip For Reference
Former CongressmanAdam executive board is asked FINE GROCERIES & MEATSWE Paid Political Advertisement by:
Clayton Powell, from to meet at 7 p.m.
Harlem, has been the only Negro S. Lambert is principal and FEATURE DR. JOSEPH POITIER
from New York. He was Willie Cason is PTA president'
ousted from his Harlem seat I' II' T WISE POTATO CHIPS, WARD

but is seeking re-election to FREE RIDES Note: There are other fine candidates In

his post. TO POLLS AND SNACKS other political races we wanted to endorse,

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.... 36 THEMIAMI- TIMES. ,. Friday, May 24, ]1968- .
t :i'l .R.Rw Rs Gen. Davis Open 7 Days-8 ,A.M. te 10 P.M.

I :: BROVtARD BRIEfS Carve r Gets PostWASHINGTON. The Rest For Less At

The high
1 est ranking Negro in the U. S. 4'
The residents on SW 26th Street between 40th and 42nd Ave- Air Forcehasbeenassignedto
:": nue are more than Just mildly concerned about the rash of By Walter Bow, MacDill Air Force Base near
i ii. breaking that occurred wlthlng period of eight days, no less Tampa, the White House said
than three homes were entered in the same block. As is the The VFW Post No.8195 will Tuesday.The .
way of a thief they did not hesitate to tear up and do uncalledfor hold its installation services presidential order:
damage to the property.One resident lost a pistol, anothera Sunday May 26, at 2 p.m. makes Lt. General Benjamin
radio, and one lost her food.For more than twelve years almost Members please be present.The 0. Davis Jr. deputy comman- :
the same residents have lived in this block. No one can public is invited. Plentyof der in chief for the Middle I
remember a house that was broken into before. These rash Refreshments after cere- East, Southeast Asia and Africa -
of"breaklns" were not confined to 26th Street.To the Northwest mony. Place, Carver Ranches and deputy commander in
of U. S. 5 "breaklns"occurred during the same period of Fire Hall. chief of the U. S. Strike Com-
time. This means that eight homes were entered and to date The VFW Post No.5693 will mand effective August 1. Gen.
there have been no arrests. hold their installation officersfor Davis is being replaced as
The lack of arrests in these cases is no unusual thing. There 1968-69 on Saturday night, commander of the 13thAir MOVER
Just isn't enough police protection out here to prevent these May 25, at the O. P. Building Force in the Pacific
things from occurringI between 22nd and 25th Avenue
hasten to point out to the people who reside within the area Opa-locka. 40,600 CARS SOLD
embracing 56th Avenue from Hallandale Beach Blvd.North to FREE RIDES
Pembroke Road and Pembroke Road East to 39th Avenue back TheCharmettes club of TO POLLS MUNICIPAL AUTO SALtS AND SERVICE
to Hallendale Beach Blvd.We are but sitting ducks.The county Hallandale will present their
does not give one hoot in hell about what does or does not go on pre-Memorial Day dance at CALL 633-4041. FLORIDA'SAUTOMO'BILE
w..j within this particular little no man's land. the Elks Club in Ft. Lauder-
< The county commission hardly knows we exist. They won't dale, Monday, May 27, at 9 I
even force those whose vacant lots are overgrown with weeds p.m. Music by W.C.Baker and
and bushes, which serves as a perfect cover for thieves, to his band.Donation$1.50 tables SUPERMARKET!
clean them off. And whose fault Is itthat these conditions exist free. Mr. David Merritt, IT IS OUR PLEASURETO
? Yours and mine. What can we do about it? Get togetherand president. ANNOUNCE AS ADVERTISED ON TELEVISION!
act as one and throwaway your indifferent attitude toward The Women's CooperativeClub THAT THI CAR YOU IUY TODAY
your neighbor and your community at large. Stop saying, "it of Broward County held YOU IMMIDIATI DUIVI HOMI PltlWYI TODAY
'S can't happen to me' rm waiting for further information on their "Musical Tea," Sunday,
procedure which I shall Impart next week.Afterwards It is up May 19. The program was Richard CARS
j ( : to us to do something about this sick situation. handled by Miss Faye Marsh
and the lovely models of Miss
The Episcopal Convention will be in our county this week at Regis Bell and others.A Desireis 15 YEARS-SAME LOCATION!
(, the Diplomat Hotel. My good friend Father Nelson Pinder from visitor from the City 1/ SEAYI You
Orlando will be is Federation o f Miami, Mrs. HUNDREDS OF 1955's
here. He the son of Mrs. Corrine Pinder of now a new car ALWAYS
Opa-locka. Marie Price, spoke of the duties sales consultant THRU IWl TO CHOOSE FROMTHI
Remember to get your Times at Hvde park Grocery, and I and expectations of HOMI OF THI OliaiNAl. '00'GUAIANTIl.. ...
Smilin Brothers Market In Hollywood. I the Florida and National As-
That's thirty for this time till next time buy the Times.j sociation of Women's Club. Dumas
"Happiness adds and multi MUNICIPAL AUTO
plies as we divide it with !
others," seemed to have flowed Milner
NAACP Leaders In Miss through the atmosphere of
the evening as, Mrs. Clayton ChevroletLeJeune
Smith, committee woman and 3061 N.W. 36th St.

Win First Step Toward worker Our thanks of Precinct to the 92 community spoke.i.-; & SW 8th St. ECONOMY CORNER-3W N.W. 36th STREET
444.3566 A.'fvO: TO 10 P.M.
for aiding us in our many 1:00
endeavors, without this the
Democratic Convention sincere work of the.Club could ... .... .-

l not be successful..................

JACKSON, Miss. Aaron series of elimination conventions DONATE USEDCLOTHING ,
Henry, president of the Missi- is in response no a requirement -
ssippi State Conference of laid down by the national DEEL FORD
I NAACP Branches, and Democratic Party at it* ; . ,,
Charles Evers, the Associa- 1964 convention in.\Atlantic FURNITURE ETC. ;
tion's field director in this City. That convention adopteda .
state, are among several Negroes resolution requiring biracial Help us to help ourselves. Announces theappointment .
I" elected to .
,QI delegates representation in state If you have any usable used
Democratic county conven- delegations to future national clothing, furniture and appli-
tions scheduled for May 21. presidential nominating con- ances, please donate them to
Chosen at the precinct con- ventions of the party. Failureto the Federation of American of 1
ventions on May 14, they were comply with this regulationcould Bahamians, Inc., a non-profit
started on the way to possible result in refusal to seat charity organization. You may
election as delegates to the the delegation.The bring your contributions to:
Democratic National Conven- 1448 NW 62nd Street. PAUL ODOM
tion at Chicago next August. Mississippi Freedom
However, they will have to Democratic Party declined to
survive contests at the county, participate in the series of Traffic deaths and injuries
congressional district and elections. In 1964 this predominantly were down slightly in 1967,
f state levels in order to achieve Negro party chal- but, according to spokesman
f' delegate status at the national lenged the seating of the lily- for the Travelers Insurance
convention. white regular Democratic Companies, "52,200 deaths As o New and Used
delegation to the national convention and 4,200,000 injuries in one
Negro participation in the year is small cause for reloiclu -
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Spearing with....... u Amateur Boxful Clinic j I _. .,., I

.....- Looking the I
To Open At Brownsville I
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,Brownsville Community ducted from the Center. Plans
Center announces registrationfor are underway to begin clinic
) the PFC Melvin Rolle' in every category of sports a
Amateur Boxing Clinic will Willie Gallimore Football
BY HARRY SPEAR begin Saturday, May 25, at 10 Clinic, a Dr. Martin Luther J.

a.m. The Center is located at King Memorial History Clinic, BY LEO ARMBRISTER Over :
WHY COMPLAIN OVER,MISTAKES 2741 NW 49th Street. a Sam B. Solomon Memorial ,
,Civic Clinic and a weighlifting I, -
Monday night, May 20, the Marlins blew a game they prac- Clinic.
tically had sewed Up. 8th inning, two out, two strikes on the Instructors scheduled to
batter one strike to retire th third man when participate are Jimmy
the roof fell In.
Registration blanks can be Cyril Baptiste, the 6-8 basketball star of Archbishop Curley
At the time,the Marlins were leading 2-1 After all, things like Mackey, undefeated light
weight obtained from the follow- could inconceivably have his career concealed in the stroke of
this happened to,the best of teams, so far the Marlins have champion of the Stateof
ing Barber a pen.
places Ringside
brand of Florida;William McDonald : '
a superb baseball ,
been playing under the
managementof undefeated Shop, 4707 NW 17th Ave.; Mr Baptiste, who can sign a letter of intent to one of several
Harry Malmburg, who is doing a great Job. So fans don't let champion of middleweight Big Record Center, 939 NW 2 schools, which has great Interest in him probably will sign this
that one game discourage you.I heard plenty of remarks in the ; Joey
Ave. Liberty News 4902 NW
Clements local ; ,
stands from the second gussers, such as,"Why didn't they do lightweight, a outstanding 27th Ave.; Shell's City, 5941 At present recruiters from the University of Texas at El
do that. We all be andother out-
this or can experts after plays are execut! standing NW 7th Avenue All these programs Paso and Memphis State are hot on the trails of this heralded
ed. Jim Palmer, Oriole star pitcher for the 1966 World Series Bivens and ringmen like Willie will be conducted under high school star, with Memphis seemingly having a slight
winners, Injured his leg while trying to get his arm back into Sammy the direction of C. Gaylord edge.

shape to return to the Orioles.Lucky enough the injury wasn't Rolle', publisher of Liberty Unfortunately Baptiste is being shadowed by a low academic
serious. Greg Arnold, who has five wins and one loss, is lead- PFC Melvin Rolle Memorial News and recent candidate for rating that accompanied him to curley with his transfer, however -"
ing the pitching staff. He has struck out 55, walked 35 in eight AAC is one phase of the over- Dade County Board of Public both Texas and Memphis are making plans to bolster this
games and has an earned run average of 1.98. Not bad for a all program that will be con- Instruction. weakness if either can acquire his signature.
rookie. Moe Hill still keeping up with his batting average at

320, this leads the team Outfielder Moe and shortstop Vic DANCER'S IMAGE GO FOR BROKE IN BELMONT STAKES
Torruellas are currently tied for the club leadership in runs

batted in with 17. Third baseman Steve Green leads in two de- Ezekiel Dancer's Image boasting a perfect record in disqualifications -

oartments. runs scored 22 and hits 34.The attendance for the after having the books thrown at him in both the Ken-
Mar lin games are increasing and there's still room for more, Burrows tucky Derby and the Preakness will be heading for the last
up to date and compared to last year, for 18 games they have SUPPORTS round-up, the Belmont Stakes come June 1; needless to say
drawn over 25,000 with one rainout. Last year up to date 20-, that Forward Pass with two legs of the triple match tucked
224. Bill Durney Jr. is doing a great job in trying to beat the i away one by the Dancer's default, the other concisively will
all time record attendance for the stadium.Thursday, May 23 John LMickey also be there trying to become the first winner to accomplishthe
Marlins vs West Palm Beach,game time 7:30p.m. so far West feat since 1948.
Palm Beach, has defeated the Marlins in four games. Should Forward Pass win at Belmont it will be recorded in

-- .,- y the books with an asterisk reason of the long controversal
:9Fflth AS THE decision that came after Dancer's Image disqualification and

BEST MAN FOR ,subsequently Forward Pass winning the Kentucky Derby


Board Cassius Clay the defrocked heavyweight,champion of the
world has won another fight of postponement to avoid inductionor
serving a five year sentence in prison.
The last escape route is the Supreme Court which he avowedin
the beginning he would appeal before bowing to the ordersof
JOHNt. his draft board.
The action could take at least another year allowing for the
web of legal entanglement such appeals can be wrapped in.
Meanwhile, Mohammad's legal aids will be busy gatheringfacts
HICKEY to show how the draft boards were deliberately discrimi-

natory. against him not so much because of race, but of religion -

L i
Lew Beasley, Marlin utility outfielder,and his beautiful wife parade of 200 and better shooters of the Excelsior Lea-
Virginia and young son. The little hunk dynamite weighs 26 SCHOOL gue continues. Here are last week's bowlers who hit the magic
pounds. rr1'I number.

BOARDGroup Johnny' Harvey 269-200; Archie Brown 225-200; B. Brown,
UM SIGNS 2nd NEGRO 211-206; 0 Thomas, 259; Leo Armbrister, 222; Dave Boone,
The University of Miami has signed its second Negro basket- 2 221; Osward Smith, 213; J. Green 213;Dennis Peak 212; Lon-
ball player who will join the varsity team next seson. Coach nie Mincey 211; Ernest Hayes 211; Sammie Daniels 210; Lin-
Ron: Godfrey confirmed Monday that Mike Truell, 6-6, 205 # At Largo dell Williams 210; Robert Coins, 208;W.Jones 207; N. Town-
pound forward at Burlington (Iowa) Junior College will be eli- A Democrat sel 206; Tommy Jackson 205; W. Lowry 203; K. Gainey 202;
gible when the season opens December first. Willie Allen of Sam Ferguson 200.Liberty.
Washington, D. C.was the first Negro recruited. He Is expected -
to be a strong contender for a starting berth next season.A County Wide Election
teammate of Truell was also signed. He is John Osbourne City Eagles
6-1, 170 pound guard. Godfrey said he was fortunate enough to JOHN L. HICKEY has served as: I
sign both of them. Truell recently visited Miami.
Member, Dade County Quality Education Com

JUDGING OF FIGHTS DISPUTEDIt mittee ((1961-1967)) Wallop OpponentsThe

seems to me whenever they have an important fight at the Member, Florida Committee on Quality Educa
Beach there is always a dispute over the decision. Take the tion ((1966)) Liberty City Eagles of Saturday night against Cen-

last two fights that Al Jones had that went the distance for the Member, Planning and Administrative Services the Grapeland Park Fast-pitch tral Bible was proclaimedhome
full ten rounds. We all know the local fighter has two strikes Panel, United Fund ((1966.1968)) Softball League blasted opposing run night by the Eagles.
pitchers for 38 runs in Behind 3-0 after one-half inning
against his opponent. On these two occasions, one was calleda -
draw, the other Jones the winner Both of these fights were Trustee and Secretary.Treasurer, South Florida three games last week. the Eagles wasted little
this hurts box- Carpenters Labor- anagement Joint Apprenticeship time in getting on the score
verdict therefore
split Yet Jones received the After losing 4-0 in the season's -
and Training Program ((1967.1968)) batter Sam
board Lead-off
overwhelming vote the
ing. Oae judge gives the fight by an opener, the Eagles revamped -
other by one point, and the last a draw This is poor judging. Secretary, Bishop Carroll's labor Day Observance their line-up with Rolle drew a pass. Catcher
U two see the fight so close,how come the other Judge has sucha Committee ((1960.1968)) great results. Held to twohits Arnold Davis stepped up and

margin? This has been pointed out to me by many a fight fan. Member, Israel Histadrut Committee ((1968)) and no runs by cross town rival blasted the first pitch down the
right field line into the right "-
They ask the press at ringside, "Who do you think won the Alex Sundries, sent the Eagles
fight? Our answer is "We don't count"that's why I am bring- back to the drawing board.The field bull-pen for a two-run

ing this out in blackand white. Many of them wonder why don'tthey JOHN L HICKEY, an appointee of former results are evidenced by the homer. The nextbatter
grounded out to first.Cleanup
love this but the man-
would ,
rematch them.Chris Dundee Eagles assaulting opposing
Board Chairman JANE ROBERTS to
School batter James Hunt and center
agers of the other fighters refuse, onaccountof the decisions pitchers for 38 runs and 45 hits
awarded. the original Dade County Quality Educa- over a three game span fielder William Clark hit backto
back homers to put the
tion Committee, successfully fought
LITTLE LEAGUE SCHEDULEMay Eagles ahead 4-3 after one inning -
Store at 6:30 people's battle to keep Channel 2 publicly The Eagles had triumphsover
23 Shell's City vs Farrey's Hardware Aerodex Jets 15-5 Independents of play. The next few in-
P.m. and Miami Times vs McKinstry, at 8:00 p.m. owned. He has offered himself as a candi- 13-0'and, Central; ings saw homers by Sam Rolle '

May: 25 Shell's City vs Miami Times(Saturday morning at), date for the School Board, confident that Bible 103.While and Willie Amos add insult to

at 9:30 and Kash and Karry Market vs Farrey'sHardware, his seven years experience on the Quality the Eagles were the weary central pitcher.The .

11 May arn 27:Shell's City vs McKinSter,at 6:30 p.m. and Farrey's Education Committee eminently qualifieshim had blasting little trouble opposing handling pitchers op-, Eagles' line-up is led in
First Insurance, at 8 p.m. help administer the affairs of our
Hardware Store vs. Service posing batters. Brown gave up bitting by William Clark and
May 29: Miami Times vs. Dade Federal Savings> and Loan, school system. For a man you will be seven hits during the three James Hunt Hunt leads the

at 6:30 p.m and Kash and Karry Market vs. Earl's Market, proud to have voted for . games. league in home runs with four
at 8 p.m. Clark leads the Eagles with
annual free ELECT LEVER Against the Independents, most base hits.Tie Eagles are
Sate fun on the water Is the theme of the 13-0 victims, Donnie Kelly led three and one for the season.
"See a Sea Circus" Saturday at the C ity of Miamifor Marientire JOHN 1.HICKEY. the 18 hit attack against two The Eagles are cosponsored -
dium at 10 a.m. the water Mi- pitchers Kelly went 4for4 by Leon's Quality Sea Food.
family isbeingcoordinatedbytheMarineCouncilGreater,and 9 E with 3 singles and a double. Cal's Lounge and Restarant,
ami Chamber of Commerce. John RogerS master ceremonies Kelly's hits were supported by and Snyner's Uptown BarberShop
"Skipper' Chuck Zlnk serves again as of soft drinks solo home runs from William Arnold Davis is team

"There'll be plenty of free parking space entertainment,plenty for ., . Clark, Jams, Hunt,and Robert manager with James Law.
and snacks, and plenty of educational ,"- -" ,- ," -" Palmer. rence assistant:
member of the family,' Rogers said.

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38 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 24, 1968
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. Negro Athletes
'h l

': Recruited By State


;: Schools ThreatenedFlorida's

state universities lost a Negro college athlete Just y
hours after they gained one Thursday. yi
Ernest Cook of Daytona Beach Father Lopez,who had sign- 4'\
ed as Florida State's first Negro footballer last fall, informed I
FSU Coach Bill Peterson he will attend the University of '
k aA
Minnesota. A wave of threatening letters reportedly convinced
Cook's father: , a_professor at Bethune- Cookman College, he RECEIVES i FELLOWSHIP
would be better off out of statThe e ;.
University of Florida'ones. They start by saying George Koonce, Jr. whose ;
'Dear and all live at 3051 NW 184thSt. ''
earlier Thursday announced it Nigger' they say parents A ,,
about the same and they finish ., Miami, received fellow
would sign its first Negro
athlete -. trackman Ronald with 'I suggest you go North, ship to study at Indiana Uni- ., -- ,.., --- '"
Coleman from Ocala. boy.' They're signed with fic- versity, Bloomington,Indiana, The Florida A & M University baseball team was honored recently at the annual '
News of Cook's departurefor titious names,"atleasttheysound for the school year 1967-68 Spring Sports Banquet at FAMU. The Rattlers won the Southern Intercollegiate Ath-
fictitious. and the summer at the Univer-
Minnesota has little effect letic Conference Championship for the seventh time in eight years. They finished/
Patterson has learned fromBellamy's sity of Caen, Caen, France.
on the sec ond Negro to sign Mr. Koonce is a 1963 grad- the season with an over all record of 17-6 and a conference mark of 75.2.
with FSU Palmetto High's "Pve never experiences.met him," says uate of Fort Valley State Col- Eight players received awards at the banquet. They are: (Standing, 1-,) Jerry

.*.Calvin.- Patterson. Calvin. "But I admire a guy lege, studied at the Universityof Frierson of Tampa, No-Hit Award; Alexander/ Davis of Tallahassee, Hustler Award;
1 I "'ve got five or sixthreat- of Miami Outstanding Senior Award Alonzo/ Gilbert of Miami,
like him. He's been under a lot Tennessee, and more recently Charles Bargman ;
( ening letters, too, says Pat- of pressure. He's a real cru- at the University of Leadership Award; Kenneth Hinnart of Washington, D. C., Best Condition Award
I, terson. "But I figured he sader." Toulouse, France.Mr. (Seated, 1-,) Charles Wolfe of Colquitt, Georgia, Rookie of the Year Award; Thomas
(Cook) might change his mind. Peterson called the Cook incident Koonce was awarded the Lomack of Tallahassee,. Most Valuable Player Award; Larry Bell of Daytona Beach,
He had told me be wanted to
"A rotten think. He's Experienced Teacher Fellow- Mr. Reliable Award
play Big Ten ball.
one of the best athletes we've ship Award under Title V-C of
Cook's father wrote Peter- signed and a fine student,too." the Higher Education Act of
'\ son and said, "Due to some Cook's signing with FSU 1965 for graduate study leading -
I letters from people throughout merely prohibited a Southeastern to the master's degree Excessive speed continuesto REALTY
the state of Florida and Conference school from Indiana University,
after prayerful considerationI from recruiting him. Florida Bloomington, Indiana The reign supreme as the Number -
"( thought the boy would be bet State abides by SEC rules. program of study will end In One cause of highway \I BROKER
deaths. In 1967
'(I ter off at Minnesota . Peterson wants to talk to September; 1968, after the required according to
'.4 One of the letters read: "u Cook but he must hurry. The period of residence and a survey by The Travelers Insurance OPEN 7 DAYS
you integrate FSU footballyou'll national letter of intent- the study in France (June 13-Au- Companies, exces-
be shot." most binding of all documents gust 31). Mr. Koonce was one sive speed was involved in 39
Cook's mother reportedly can be signed future col- of thirteen chosen in French deaths.percent of the 52,200 highway SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
I needed medical attention after lege athletes starting May 22. from a nation-wide field of Beautiful well kept home on 2 lots on 55th St.
the series of letters. Ocala's Coleman long- hundreds who applied. Near N. W. 2nd Ave. This custom built house

"But Tm going up there" Jumped 24-5 1/2 to break the must be seen I Large rooms, carport, awning win-
says Patterson, a 5-11,190- state record by almost a foot. dows, awnings, fireplace, tile roof, sprinkler sys *
pound halfback, same positionas He becomes the Gator's first Get Out Vote The RallyCome I tern, fenced yard, full of fruit trees and beautiful
Cook. "I don't see anythingto Negro athlete although basket shrubs. FHA price only $15,000 with $450 down
change my mind. ball Coach Tommy Bartlett and $93.33 month. This is the bestl
in and discuss issues
"My letters are all from the made a staunch effort to land. held at New Covenant Presby-
same people inSt.Petersburg. Key West basketball Ron with: terian Church Friday,May25, NEW AREA, OPALOCKALike
Earl Carroll, Joe Kershaw, 1221 NW 43rd Street at 8
BellamyUMfreshmanend Harris who with Florida .
signed LeRoy Collins, Harold : new, 3 bedroom CBS, awnings, jalousie
Ray 'Bellamy) gets the same State.
to demand of windows, gas wall heaterterrazzo floors, stove,
" ... Greene, Will ing ton Rolle, Come prepared
r Eugene McCarthy and Elton, your candidates,, they discuss refrigerator, washing machine. Bargain at $13,000
I./. It
Gissendanner. all issues'forthrightly. FHA with $400 down and $80.82 month. (Our

A public discussion and a Social hour and refreshments Opa-locka number is 6243666.).
meet-your-candidate will be afterwards.

After all. .. I Pretty 3 bedroom CBS, new area. Jalousie win
dows, carport, terrazzo floors, spotless inside
2397 NW 96th St. CBS Duplex. $500 down.
S THERE'SNO and out. Bargain I at $12,000, $400 down and
$117 pays all. $74.41 month, FHA. Near school, shopping, etc.
900 NW 46th St. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

, FLAMELESS room, $600 down, $130 pays all. Modern CBS, jalousie windows, wall heat, fenced
yard, pool, stove, refrigerator. Bargain at $11,000
ELECTRIC LIVING 2 bedroom FHA. $350 down and 68.311110nth.
1420 NW 37th St.- CBS, Fla room,

garage, $350 down, $110 pays all.

FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY 46th St. and 6th Ave. 2 bedroom, CBS, Lovely corner CBS, Fla room, carport, jalousie

HELPING BUILD FLORIDA carporte, $250 down, $85 pays all. windows, awnings, gas heat, FHA price $13,500,
$450 down and $83.71 month. (Our Opa-locka I

FOR RENT number is 6243666.)

CARLTON REALTYBroker 3244 NW 68th St. 3 bedrooms $25 week.

Modern 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, new area. Jalousie -
( ) FORD REAL TV,INC. Broker windows,terrazzo floors, wall to wall carpeting I

3014 NW 19 STREET 3639 NW 15th Ave. 6354595FANUBULOUS patio and barbeque, fenced yard, FHA price
$13,500, $450 down and $83.71 month. (Our Opa-
693-4772 Answer CALL 635 -3177 locka number Is 624.3666)).

firs., $11,000, $350 down, $83 mo. pays all. MIAMI BEACH
Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath beauty, tile roof,
FHA CBS DUPLEX, I BDRM, I BATH ea. jalousie windows, appliances, freshly painted
.. Excellent location and extra lot for another OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAYSee inside and out. Home is on 150th St. near NE
t; Duplex. $13,500"$450 down, $85.66 15th Av.
mo. Model I at FHA price $14,000, $450 down and

'r FHACBS, 2 BDRM, 2 BATH, Beauty with Ige $86.91 month. Vacant, we have keys!
Fla rm, & gar. on the WATERFRONT. $24,500.
5917 S.W. 63rd Street
$1,900 down. $150 mo. WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES-

port, $10,800, $1,000 down, $80 mo. pays all. VETERANS $100 DOWNNON

CBS BEAUTY, 3 bdrm, 1 bath, tile rf, desirablearea
$12,400, $1,200 down, $100 mo. pays all. VETS $400 DOWN .


gar waterfront, $11,000, $1,100 down, $100 mo. CLOSING COSTS

HOME & INCOME 2 Bldgs on 1 lot, both CBS. 2

bdrms, 1 bath in tat $13,500, $1,500 dn, $100 mo. FULL PRICE $12,900 4932 NW 7th Ave.

rs Greater Miami PL 9-4371

* * * * * * Realty Inc. 16000 NW 27 Ave

TUNE IN TO JON CARLTON in the Real, Estate ,
Corner, WMBM, 1490 KC, Friday 3:00 p.m. and 624-3666
9:00 p.m. Get Real Estate information and callto PHONE: 444-& 133
Open Evenings Sundays
to see the homes.

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Room. Nice working reliable BOARD

man. Moderate company.757- The Church of God Taber-
Nathaniel "Tannie' Dean
nacle (True Holiness), at 1351 became the first member

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P.M. NW 67th Street, will begin its the Metro Personnel Advisory
-- 1 bedroom furnished apart- annual Pentecostal Feast on
Board Monday. Dean, 42, has
FOR SALE FOR SALE -FOR SALE ment. Air-conditioned, elec- May 24, and It will last ,until .been active in political affairsin
tric kitchen. Adults only.This June 2. For those who are unfamiliar Dade County for years. He
Like new CBS bedroom 1 bath Beautiful duplex. 1 bedroom 161 NW 68th St. CBS 2 bed- is a dulux apartment for a nice with this event, it's is maintenance manager at the

Florida room, tile roof, FHA each side. FHA total price room, 1 bath, Florida room, middle aged working couple the anniversary of the outpouring Ferre Building at 100 BIs-

$400 down $83 month,Veteranor $13,500. $450 down. Live rent carport, completely fenced, who are steady employed$95 of the Holy Ghost upon cayne Blvd. He defeated two
displaced person $100 free in best area.A.Ben-Korl FHA $12,950 E-Z downpay- per month on year basis.Rent the saints almost two-thou- other men also nominated for

down. Atlantic & Pacific Raaltor, call anytime 759- ment, Seller pays all closing security required. 175 NW sand years ago. Since 1941, the board.TOOTHACHE.
Realtors. 6660411. 2425. costs, i this will move fast be 38th Street. Apt. 2. when the tabernacle was built,

first! Aetna Realty(Broker), this event has been held, and!
Choice of two nice duplexes. NEAR ELEMENTARY 811 NW 54th St. Ph. 757-5724 Rooms for rent, Men only 1430 each year it has been gloriousand

One on 46th Street and one on SCHOOL LIKE NEW Open 7 days. NW 68th Street. wonderfully enjoyed. -: "'

59th Terrace. One is $1,000 2 bedroom CBS tile bath,hard There will be sermons,spiri- toft.. It w.OM-JCL..n ,.kur I M u*nwaw fJSl*IMwwsa turn**

down, one is $800 down. Live wood floors, carport. Neat as 2101-03 NW 92nd St. 2 bed- 1 bedroom furnished house in tual songs, readings and testi \...-... -.. sew.b,-M.p.......
.' rent free by calling 3737973. a pin. FHA $400 down $83.55 room duplex, be your own rear. 696-9946. 2351 NW 58th monies. So come out one and ==..rar.Jel.. .".... ."'

month. Tubin, Realtors. 7906 landlord, $1,000 down E-Z Street. all and worship with us in the', ."-..,=.

Store building. Approximately NW 7th Avenue. Ph. 6914785. terms No qualifying investin Pentecostal Feast.

50 x 65. For sale or rent.Rea- your own future today- Bedroom and efficiency fur- Elder Walter H. Rlchad- I

sonable with low down pay- NO QUALIFYING Aetna Realty(Broker),811 NW nished. Working couple. $25 son, pastor. FREE RIDESTO
ment. 2227 NW 62ndSt.Please 3 bedroom 2 bath.$1,000down,54th St. Ph. 757-5724. Open 7 week. PL 45678. Call morn- POLLS
call 448-1847. Mr. Morris. and move right In. Tubin,''days. ings only til 1:30.
Realtors. 7906 NW7th Ave.Ph GRANDPARENTSDAY CALL 693-4041

1959 2 door Pontiac, one owner 691-4785. Pretty CBS 3 bedroom 2 bath Room in a home for a nice CELEBRATIONYou 1

well kept, very clean $350 Fla, room built in oven-range working lady to share with I 1 I-- t R

I. Phone 757-3336 from?-9p.m. FHA 3 BEDROOM CBS fenced, FHA $450 down $95 same. 6913201. are Invited to attend the

i Weekdays, before 12 noon Saturday Carport, tile roof, awnings, moaJi. Veteran or displaced Golden Age Club of James E.
and Sunday. wall to wall carpet, and person $100 down Atlantic and Beautiful 2 large bedrooms, Scott Community Association, $100 DOWN $15 MO.

drapes. $400 down $83.55 mo. Pacific Realtors. 6660411. with Florida room. Excep- Inc., "Grandparents Day An- MUST QUALIFY VAFHACBS

Tubin, Realtors. 7906 NW 7th tionally nice. Adults only.Re- nual Celebration," Sunday, 2 bedrooms, stove &
CBS Dupex Sbedrooms.One Ave. Ph. 691-4785. 2120 NW 98th St. No fined couple preferred. For refrig., drapes, terrazzo
quali- May 26, from 3 to 5 p.m., at floors. Near 163rd Shopping
side, 2 bedrooms plus Florida fying, 3 bedroom, 1 bath,$500 interview 758-2035 between the Community Room,4901NW C.nt.r.WE .
room on other side.$800 down. MODERN 3 BEDROOM down, all CBS, airconditioned 6:30 and 9:30 p.m. 7th Ave. HAVEMANY OTHER

FHA Terms. Just off Miami 2 BATH CBS ,. fenced yard, E-Z monthly The speaker is Judge Donald ALFRED L.ETIRELLA!

Avenue in 60's.Edison Realty, Garage, screened patio Tile terms. Be first! Aetna Realty For real or lease. CBS, large I Wheeler Jones, come and hear Realtor

Realtor, 751.2441175 NW roof, terrazzo Doors,awn- (Broker), 811 NW 54th St. Ph. house. Good area$125month. the Mal co 1 m Ross Singers. 10124 NW 7th Av-754-5426

62nd Street. ings, built-in kitchen, air- 757-5724, open 7 days. See 1143 NW 37th Street. Call Bring your friends. I'
conditioned. FHA $21,800 665-5126 after 3 p.m.
$250 down FHA terms. CBS 2
$1,400 down Tobin Realtors.
CBS 4 bedroom, 2 bath, FHA
bedroom home with Florida 7906:NW7th Ave. Ph.691-4785 $13,500 $450 down (Vets One 3 bedroom very nice large HELP WANTED
porch. All large rooms 50th house on 41st Street NW and
$100)) $104 month HELP WANTED
pays every
St. near 5th Ave. Edison,751- FHA 2, 3, & 4 bedroom homes thing wall to wall carpeting one 1 bedroom house on 42nd MALE

2441 175 NW 62nd Street. available in Opa-locka and included, awnings, hurry on Street. For information call FEMALE Sal'adSandwlchGriddlemen -

Carol City. From $100 down. this one, it won't be around 3737973. Waitresses

CAROL CITY BEAUTY Tubin, Realtors. 7906 NW 7th long, Aetna Realty (Broker), Day and night shifts

Large beautiful home.Custom Ave. Ph. 691-4785. 811 NW 54th St., Ph 757-5724 available. Need not be Must be experienced.Year .
built by owner. No qualifying
Open 7 days. HELP WANTED experienced.Will train. round work. Lib.
$1,000 down.
9496992.May 31)) $6500 CASH Liberal fringe benefits. eral fringe benefits,
Secretary wanted
3 BEDROOM, 1 1/2 BATH 21-23 NW G2nd St. Noquali-
involves Profit sharing plan. profit sharing plan..
FRAME fying fantastic investment,2 typing,filing post-
Ing. 5 day week. Apply Chris- Parking avail- Parking space avail
Purchase as is unfurnished. houses on one lot, zoned R-3 space
FHA I I I FHA I II I II I FHA I I I total tian Hospital 4700 NW 32nd able. able. .
760 NW 66th St. price $9,000$500 down
Only $250 downpaymentor Avenue 10 a.m. to4p.m.Daily
Call Mr. Wilson.K.Realty $85 monthly, live rent free let JUNIORS JUNIORS
$100 to Veterans 2 bedroom Phone 635-0961.
947-7571 property pay for Itself act RESTAURANTS RESTAURANTSSee
homes CBS (we have 2 with
quickly! Aetna Realty (Broker Mr. Pete between
monthly payments of $66to Mothers Helper or settle lady. See Mr. Pete between 9:30
$70)) call us on these 2 homes 135 NW 40th St., ), 811 NW 54th St. Ph. 757- Live-in with 8 year old boy & 12 noon, 1:30 & 3 p.m., 9:30 & 12 noon, 1:30

for locations, and we will be FHA terms total price$14,300 5724. Open 7 days. nights. $20 week. PL 4-5678 2497 Collins Ave.,Mia Bch. & 3 p.m. 2947 Collins

glad to drive you to them.Call with $450 down this is a nice 0 CLOSING mornings. Ave., Miami Beach.
Fenster Realty(Broker) 759- ,large 2 bedroom CBS with
Nice CBS 3 bedroom 1 bath
8779. large Florida room. Call for WANTED: Beacb lover
appointment to see. A. Ben- Fla. room carport, hardwood (single woman) wants to share

Korl, Realtor call anytime floor, fenced. On NW 49th St. apartment or rent room for 3 MALE LAUNDRY HELP
Beauty shop ((2 chairs) plus 2 7592425. Near 5th Ave. FHA $400 down weeks in June. J. Kahn, 1890

rental units, excellent money $85 month. Veteran or displaced Washington Street, San Fran- Loaders, pullers, extractor operators. Good

maker. New area perfect location person $100 down, At- cisco, California. wages. Production bonus. Excellent company -
Plenty of parking OUR BEST BUY lantic and Pacific Realtors
benefits, paid vacation, permanent job.
Runs from Street to Street Total price FHA terms 666-0411. Insurance sales-man high Apply in mornings. No phone calls please.Ask .
Drive 1778 95th Street
by NW $13,000 with $400 down 2bed-
then call us for all Information room CBS very nice 2 Florida No qualifying move right in school graduate. Be your own for Mr. Findley, National Linen Service,
boss. Full part time.Excit-
Fenster Realty(Broker) rooms, beautiful kitchen lots immaculate 2 bedroom, bath ing career. 754-5568. 1950 NW 1st Avenue.

759-8779. of cabinets a good buy.A.Ben- enclosed sleeping porch, car-

Korl, Realtor call anytime port tile roof, hardwood floor,

Duplex up and down best 759-2425. nicely furnished tool! $1600 CHILD CARE'
down $110 month
buy in this area,Florida room, pays every- Infants and toddlers. Best of FEMALELAUNDRY HELP
thing. On NW 32nd St.near 13th
garage large rooms and care in my home. PL 8-9972
large Duplex hardwood floors FHA Terms $15,500 onlY$500 Ave. Atlantic and Pacific Flat work, feeders, folders. Good wages.

sensational value at $18,500 down with 20 year mortgagethis Realtors 6660411. Excellent company benefits. Paid vacation,
Infants an d toadlers. Best of
is the most beautiful home
terms can be arranged witha in around
job. Apply mornings
No 1 care In ,ilhe home. 635-2893
40 foot Fla. qualifying move right in
shown living room Huge
good down payment -
by appointment only Call us room three huge bedrooms and modern CBS 2 bedroom, bath, (Indef). 7:30, ask for Mr. Findley. 'No phone calls

Fenster Realty(Broker) 759- three baths a dream kitchen Florida room, carport tile please. National Linen Service. 1950 NW 1st

8779. and beautiful grounds it is roof, hardwood floor Close in Avenue.
a sam estate a must see for town location. EZ down$94 LEGAL NOTICE
Intend to register under fictitious -
"NO QUALIFYING'MOVE better living. If you want month, Atlantic and Pacific name actSUBURBAN

RIGHTIN something very special this is Realtors 666-0411. APPLIANCE

3 bedroom 2 bathcompletely it. It has a formal dining roomit SERVICE COMPANY 5 yr. Service is
fenced built in features 2 is CBS.Appointment to show. Luxurious, Choice Waterfront BRAND NEW
13-WiNW; 119th Street Guarantee
call horn, 147' x 135' 4 bdrms 3
years young large lot 50x143 A. Ben-Korl,Realtor any- Miami Florida.ArnoldG,Ar-
minimum down payment time 7592425.: baths, 2-car Gar. CBS, Tile VACUUM
rowood CLEANER
rf, Terr & Hdwd Firs, must owner.
$1,000. Total $16,500
price 17 24 31 and June?
May ,
good monthly payments. Callus TOTALPrice$2900(300down ( see I J II| $35,000.00 Your own 0

to show Fenster Realty !) 6 rooms! Big lot! Inquire financing.

(Broker) 759-8779. 49 NW 34th St.371-6728 SPECIAL PRICE
(May 31)) A Select Duplex 2 bedroom, MISCELLANEOUS
1 bath, built-kit.LgLR each
side Front Porch Lg
Lg Open ,
have good 5 units and 8 LOT & SMALL HOUSEA additions remodeling
small houseclean Screened Fla. Rm. Cpt. -17x commercial 1 ft. hose
unit apartment buildings excellent nice lot with alterations TERMS
investment with good property total price$3,- 35 fenced Swim pool, beautiful Industrial residential. Free Rug Tool

down payments -excellent returns 000 all cash, call to see.A. Corner $22,900$4,000 estimates. Allied Builders Uph. attachment COMPLETE WITH ALL
Dwn $140 month.CARLTON .
Kori Realtor call 665-8811. Ext. wands
on your Investment-call Ben- anytime ATTACHMENTSFREE
REALTY(Broker) *
us for locations and all infor 759-2425. (May. 31) Crevice tool
693-4772 or 635-3177
mation. Fenster RealtyBroker -
No qualifying only $1,800
3 bedroom 2 bath '
gar- V
down and $95 month all
2027 NW 100th STREET pays Call
FHA BUYI! total price $13,200. Wall to HELP WANTED age. 625-1261

$250 DOWN-$82 MONTH wall carpet a cute house 2 bed- 1809 NW 41st Street '

Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS, tile room CBS. Needs painting on Piano player needed Churfh of 7195 NW 15th Court Abbey Domestic

roof- $11,500 total. Call nowl outside but very nice Inside.A. God and Christ. Call Mother Buy Like Rent

Spitzer Realty, Realtor, 759- Ben-Kori,Realtor call any- Woods, 634-4902 or Deacon JEB-1340 15982 NW 27th AveeCLASSIFIED
8741, time 759-2425. Smith 6339998.


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