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Title: Miami Times
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Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: May 31, 1968
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00767
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1- Dade County Negroes seven commissioners reelected -

f: won runoff battles Tuesday and newcomer Ben
Joe Lang Kershaw and Earl Shepard
Carroll scored impressive Carroll, who campaigned
f victories In the countywjde vigorously for ,district voting

i balloting ,in the Metro elections, did not

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Vol. 45, No. 40 MIAMI' FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 31, 15*

r Edison Students Protest 19FacullPAii; i' 1

Negro students at MiamlEdisonHighSchoolstageda peaceful Several School Board mem- Among their(the students)
sit-in Friday protesting alleged faculty and student dis- bers said the site proposed demands were integration of
7py crimination.The represents the first time cheerleading and majorette -
sit-in was a culmination of years continued frustration white and Negro residents squads, as well as integration -
1 in the Northwest high school, but itprobably representedonly have agreed on the location fora of four segregatedclubs
the beginning of a long struggle to move Edison to another new school. But the decision in the school. They also \
site in an effort to maintain its Integrated balance.As ., is not unanimous by any said many of the teachers were :
b means. openly discriminating against y
often happens, the Edison Dr. Edwin S, Shirley, local Negro students. _
Center area is a transi- community leader,'suggested "We're sitting on top of a "
tional neighborhood. As Ne- expansion of facilities at Miami volcano,' Principal William
groes move into the area, Central High, 1781 NW95 Duncan said
_whites are moving out and into St.,,into an educational park of The charge of open discrimination
the subrubs. 87 acres by'teachers was
The fight at Edison is not an Negro leaders don't.,want also echoed by the white student -
unusual one. Rather it is a battle Edison to become another all- activities director Shelby
"II / !' 1i which will have to be waged black school, but if the pres- Lee, who said;

A ,by "inner "schools.'Neighborhood ent trends continue, 'that's ."No one is going tq hide that
businessmen what will happen. fact that we have some preju-
contrary to past effortsof Edison, which has 1.450white i diced ,faculty members here.'
Dade Communities,have not students and 519 Ne- Several of'the demands of

provided guidance or leader- groes, was integrated in 1962 the students have been agreed Ito
ship in solving the problem. by three Negroes.The by \the School District Superintendent '
White parents appealed to quiet protest at Edison and Principal I
the School Board to move Edison Duncan but
.v. Friday by the 450 students whether these are \
to a site around Biscayne pointed out seriousness of enough to cool the smoldering
t JOE LANG KERSHAW Blvd.'and 87th St. The present some of the problems at the fire at Edison remains' to be

:. Kershaw, ,a Carver Junior have the backing of local news- school at 6101 NW seen.

\ High school teacher, defeated papers and the downtown Interests
Attorney Steve Butter for the that supported Ker-
) .. Democratic nomination to the, shaw He was, however, the 2ndAve.MILLION First Nltlolal +'

state House, 55,556 to 47959., top Negro vote-getter garnering ASK ,
,\!( He robots Republican Roger 56,424 to his opponent R.B.. '
:"Gunderson Homestead In,Jordyce 49,718;,, ; CoftferHce ,Of 'li

: November's,general election< The'other Negro,candidate,
Kershaw could become the :in 'the runoff; Wtlllng-
1\: first Negro in modern Florida Jon Rolle, failed to overcome'an FOR POVERTY AfroAmericaNEducators ;J

history to win .a seat in the early large deficit as he lost ,
state legislature. to Dr. Ben Sheppard, 82,110to :
t The 56-year-old one timer 40,053. It was RoUe's first
I, football coach trailed Butter attempt for public office. From five to seven hundred :
in the first primary by only 61 Much of the strength of the Black teachers and school administrators -
i votes, but with the help of Dr. Negro'candidates came from EOPI Submits Record budget as submitted, no staff are expected in
J! Franklin Evans, who ran a predominately blackprecinctsas reductions will be necessary Chicago June 6-9 attend the
close third in the.race, Ker- Negro voters went out in because of resignations in the first National Conference of :
i shaw overcame the deficit and near record numbers to sup- Ircokiiig 1968-69 Ivdget organization during the year. Afro-American Educators. .
cleared his second hurdle of port their candidates running' Two new centers are scheduled The conference will be convened i
?f1 the campaign for office. Dade County's War:" on Pov- new kindergarten program, to be opened when the bud- by the Association of I
t get is approved--Opa-locka Afro-American Educators '
which will in ,
"'- -<'L.II. erty agency has. submitteda begin SeptemberIn <
record breaking $6.7 million many of Dade's schools and Little River-Edison Cen- which has national headquarters :,"

budget for the coming fiscal would affect the program, but ter.EOPI in Chicago. \:
I year to the federal govern- school officials assure them has already eliminated The conference will have a ,

ment, afterits board of directors that it would not be affected at, two existing programs including three-fold goal;
finally okayed it on Mon- ,all the Child Spacing and ((1)) To identify and understand j
Richard Weatherley, EOPI Mobile Dental Clinic. Though the crisis facing t the \

day.The new budget year will begin executive director,said an addition the programs won't be funded, Black community; 1
\ July 1. It will cover the of $90,000 would be they have not been eliminated ((2) To prepare Black people i

Head Start, Child Opportunity, necessary for the increased The Health Department has mentally and psychologically "
t Neighborhood Centers Pro- students in the Head Start pro-, now undertaken similar child to survive and to redirect
/, and the Black human resources and r :
grams and Central Administration gram.NewOEOguidellnes Spacing program Mo-
,) potential to liberate the Black ..;
t 1 he bile Dental Clinic is now part .
I Officials of the Economic said, prohibit use of more than of Family Health Center whichis community; {
Opportunity Program Inc.,the one classroom aide and one now being developed in the (3)) To change educational ,t
local anti-poverty, and classroom teacher in each Model Cities area. systems and processes or .
the Dade School Board have class of the Child Opportunity The budget cuts would also create new ones so that they I ;
agreed increase the impact Program Local anti-poverty de-emphasize the Home'Man provide for the selfrealization -
of Black students
of the Head Start program officials have strongly pro- agement program and the out- taking. j.
from 2,400 to 3,100 .. an increase tested the action,but they must reach Neighborhood workers. into account the questions-
1t 1t t of 700 students on an adhere to the existing guidelines Staff members from these "Who are they?",""Where did j
all-day basis. programs would be absorbedinto they come from? "Where :
are they going?", "How will
,\ Many of the officials felt the If Washington approves the other programs. "
there :
they get ?

\'. 4 Added To Florida Memorial Board 1 : ,.1

Four additions to the Boardof policy making members of the from the United States govern- ' ... ;
Trustees of Florida Mem- college. ment and $2,000,000 in bank
orial College, all from Dade The four board memberswere loans have allowed for the con- \
u U EARL CARROLL County, were announced by instrumental In rallying struction of fourteen buildings b.
'. Rev. Edward T. Graham, community support behind the at NW 156th St.. and LeJeune i .
He had the active support off However, none of the Negro board chairman relocation o f Florida Memorial ",
the Miami News, Miami candidates could have won or College from St.Augus- Rd.The predominantly Negro ...1
and of the civic and garnered as as did Commissioner M. Athalle
: Herald, many they .
tine to Miami, and the school college, which will be open to :
without substantial Range city of Miami,WilliamP.
fraternal organizations support ,
will open its doors to over 1000 all, is now engaged in expan- ,
throughout the county including from white voters.As . Paul, Chairman of the J ..
.. jabor. a matter of fact,Carroll Board for Family Finance students this September after sion plans which include the
a twenty months whirlwind of additional land
Insuranceman Carroll be- and Kershaw led or were a Corp., M. Austin Davis, sen- acquisition
t 'comes the first Negro to sit on close second in all of Dade's ior-President' of the Winn-. campaign which raised beyond the 60 acres it now MEMORIAL DAY 1968 : (
in this
$3,000,000. city.
:' the Metro Commission.I precincts. Rolle received a lot Dixie Food Chain, and Mathew owns.
of theJ An additional $5,000,000 in The college president is Dr. That our honored head should i
: Carroll will take his seat on of support from white voters Rosenhaus, President
June 10 along with the other too B,Williams Co.,are the new matching funds and grants Royal W. Puryear not have died in vain.t.


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Friday MaT 1968 .
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Metro W I.a'OI" : .. Social Security

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I L}{dO Y m.l. ,,, I..f Robert of Social M. Ball Security Commissioner has! day's The needs.opening of this office space wm be can announced be located as soon as I

announced that a new Social ---
The executive director of character of the program has county to make op the payroll, Administration office " I'.

Da e's War oa Poverty bas endorsed changed: "since four years ago purchase materials, and per- Security will be opened in the Model !.
Metro taking over the vben we got into lheaJJtJ-por- form other administrative i '("\
Cities(NW 5CU1st.)area In be ,
Economic Opportunity Pro- erty business. B is becoming duties. The costs, reportedly, r ,
future. Tills service cen-
gram. increasingly difficult for the are high In those areas now near ::1:JI
ter will be a branch of the district ..
Richard Weatherley, EOPI existing unit to undertake for EOPL office at 12695 NW 7tb rr \I I'r' .

director, said: many of the problems: of today. "11Ie county is f1.fr11attuD- Avenue.Mr. ..
Ttn strongly: In favor of toe ." ed to meeting the needs of the
Ball said that this office
county taking over the aoti- fie said that Ube county people, after all, they (the is one of approximately 50 new 1 14

poverty agency/* takes over the program,many politicals) are answerable to offices to be opened various
Provisions in the recently- of tbe existing programs would the people."
puts of the United States,all
parsed federal legislation allow probably be changed while Another throne facing EOPI of which will be branches of
Metro to name itself as others would be streamlined would be salved or relieved If
district offices.
the Community Action Agency. give the poor a greater voice Metro takes over the program
As the security program
County Manager Porter ia the agency. that psychological: state of

Homer has already recommended "B is becoming more and the staff. has grown, particularly
the Medicare there
that Metro do so. more a question of consolidation 'Since last November whenwe program,
has resulted an Increased need
An independent agency now, of our sources of money ran into funding problems, service' f 1'rr
for close-to-home
EOPI would become a county too. If we became a Dade the staff has been in a constant -
which can best provided
department if the Metro Commission County department, we would state of bewilderment," J w
through facilities of this type. b
approves the idea. be funded on the same level, .be said. G i 1 Hll1.
These full-time neighbor- ; E r
The commission will bold a but we would have a greater "The county could offer to 4y
hood offices are a natural development .
public bearing next Tuesday. funding base" them a psychological push because q
of e
our long Y
Weatherley, in his recommendation Weatberley said that would it would glue the em of bringing oar service

said the entire be less expensive for the ployes greater Job securityand offices
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also give many of them an
will carry out this tradition of GEODETIC JEWELRY from Montmartrestndios may be one
opportunity to a d fa ace into
5 MiiMiMS Get Dllf..S other county )cabs." personal service to meet to- of the latest "in" items for fashion: experts, but to Detroit's

I Metro has agreed automotive stylists it is old hat.Chrysler Corporation stylists
fnm Tiskfiu OR Two Florida AIM University forms its 1968
Sndiy Weatberley said, to retain all selected some of the geodetic on models and
newde1bough students have been invited found they were ideally suited as earrings, rings, and what-
fa the
Dr. Frederick D Patterson EOPI employes -
B. S., Physical Education;and to participate in a one day con bave-you. Detroit model Rose Waldon nlodeled a Dodge Dart
former president of Tuskegee Lewis Sears, B. A. Industrial '1 partment ference the United States
Institute will address the gathering a board of directors trunk lid medallion as her right earring and put a Plymouth
Arts. Department 0(Justice here at Barracuda medallion on her left ear. The necklace pendant is
with of the
at the same
graduation cere- many powers
Other commencement activities ] the of MiamL Thepczrpose
would an Imperial medallion and the ring is a Plymouth emblem. For
mony here. Graduation exercises include the annual outdoor ;as: the current board be
of the conference is to
extra touch she used a Plymouth GTX grille nameplate
are set for Sunday,June Band Concert and I'established U Metro assumes an as a
Recognition allow student leadersto
2, on White Hall Liwa. Dr. Exercises White Ball I ILa control' of the program, the scatter pin. If milady is eyeing the cars more carefully this
on confront the media
news as
Patterson beads the County Commission would be year, it maybe because she's interested in the cars or it might
W4. In this programfSaturj j to what they can do to lessen
Phelps-stokes Fund in New 'the ultimate authority. be she's selecting new jewelry. Whichever the case may be,
day June 1 at the tension in
areas where and able._
York City. His address at 5:00 members are presented there is unrest. Detroit's stylists are ready, willing NPi Photo

p.m. Sunday will culminate the awards for outstanding -

week-long commencement ac rice this year.

Along with the 312 other Directly preceding the conferring -

graduating seniors are five of degrees, will be the

Miami seniors who will receive Presidents' Reception for the

Bachelors Degrees. graduating class. The reception -

These candidates for graduation will be held at the home

are: Veronica Washington of current Tuskegee Institute

president, Luther H. Foster. .:r.
B. S. Food Administration ,
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Mary L. Hylor, B.s.,Elementary I : :' ,
Education; Harold Payne, parents and friends of the pr e- .,. .,, .. .

B. S.. Biology; Carol D.Smith graduates are invited. .' -':- I!.t";''''} .

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday 31 1968
May ,__ _} _

TeachersCTA '".;,{';"..t.,.. ,If I!
I CTA Demands Protection For ,!"",, ". '\.' '

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believes the recent dent who in their Judgement Is competent assistance for the CTA asks- where are the t ':.p"i''"''...
shooting of a teacher and emotionally disturbed or highly treatment of emotionally critics of the recent teacher i i V..r:
student at Drew Junior High disruptive to the educationof turbed children. These are not crisis now? Where are the .. + _1Jreuesrs. k fit,
demands immediate action. all other children In the new requests. In fact,they are disciples of law and order? .
This brings the number of per- class. contained In CTA'spresentne- Where are the editorials cry-
sons shot in Dade County since We propose an immediate gotiation proposal. ing for a positive program?
September to five The Dade increase In number visiting We believe that every can-
School Board must protect teachers and school psychologists The recent Discipline Com- didate running for the School
teachers by providing full so children can receivea mittee Study presented to the Board should take a stand on
salary, hospitalization costs, complete psychological Dade School Board a year ago this problem. Thetimo for
death benefits to survivors and evaluation within 48 hours received little attention. The positive action is now, not '
w.a 1
benefits occurring from other after referral rather than the only recommendation adopted when our school system has
personal injuries sustained from that report was to expel deteriorated
present extensive waiting to the point where 1
'a. result of assaults made on period. We believe that special students found to have weaponsin policemen are needed on every
teachers by students. We must classes must be establishedfor their possession. This falls floor to maintain disciplineand
establish a climate for instruction emotionally disturbed and, far short of solving the prob order as they are in some
to take place with full high disruptive children and lem.We large northern school systems -
can not allow this latest
confidence that teachers will
that they not be allowed to return .
be fully protected.CTA to regular class until itpas incident to pass win expressions I have been In contact with
has proposed a posi- been determined that they of sympathy, protests, representatives of the Drew t y ,
tive preventive program designed can function properly. inaction and then die. faculty. The situation is extremely -
to reduce the possibility' We request that the Metro We ask how many shootingsand tense and teachers
of what happened at Drew from, Commission and Juvenile ,assaults on teachers and want action now'They have reQuested -
occurring in any other schoolin Judges, In cooperation with the students will take place.before assistance, protectionand .L4-- -. ,
Dade County. We propose Dade School Board, move to positive action is taken to correct action designed to remove T
that teachers be given the rightto expand facilities at Jackson the causes abnormal disruptive students from clas- Metropolitan Dade County Mayor Chuck Hall, right,
exclude from class any stu- Memorial provide behavior ses.Archbishop accepts the official left handshake from Eagle Scout
Clarence Smith at Hall's installation as President of
i nsn'iv fmsrtjt 'jwr ;*3S$ the South Florida Council, Boy Scouts of America.
I B rs Nss ea : i T i MC's A Iris r ard Among his other recent honors, Smith received the Sit t

___._.__. ,_ _._n._ ver Knight award for drama. Miami-Metro Publicity
Coleman F. community in this area, are tive of education for all. the school will open instead Division photo. '
Carroll, Rabbi Irving Lehr-; already members of the advisory The new site for Florida with close to 1200 students and ,
man, President of the Greater board of the predominantly Memorial College is atNW a second phase developmentfund !
Miami Rabbinical Assn., andRe Negro college which is 156th St. and LeJeune Rd. campaign for the creation Primary "C" School ,
--: Edward T. Graham, relocating from Augustine, of new buildings geared toac-
President of the Greater Mi- to Miami after 76 years in the Originally scheduled to comodate 2500 students. To Be Dedicated Sunday :
ami Ministerial Alliance, former location.In open with 750 students in a Rev. Graham is also chairman -
joined hands this week in an a letter to the business first phase building program of the College Board of The administrators, staff of the most modern commun-
appeal to leading businessmen community the three religious including fourteen buildings, Trustees. and students of Primary "C' ity schools in the nation es-
in Dade County to join the ad- leaders pointed' OUt' in''' their School takes great pleasure In tablished and funded by the
visory board of the Florida Sho' Federal Government as a pilot
Joint communication that it is Variety w Sundaysponsor extending an invitation to all
Memorial College. school. The school Is staffed
only good business to support
citizens organizations and
I The three outstanding Dade County's newest effort The Committee of Concerned a Giant Variety Show community, agencies ,to be with a project manager,an as- ,
clergyman, who represent the higher education and that the Citizens for the Poor Peo- Friday June 7th, at the Jewish their June sistant principal,a community
vast majority of the religious college will pursue its objec- pie's Much to Washington will Cultural 1 Center, 429 Lenox 2, at 230 guests; p.m.on for Sunday the formal, school director, an inservice ,(
Avenue, Miami Beach at 8 p.m, dedication of the school.In director, a peditrician, a dentist \
The show is a benefit to a nurse and a full time
raise i money to pay for bus addition to the main ad- psychologist. The school i s
transportation for this area's dress by Dr. Britton, the dis- open from 8 a.m. In the morn-
financially poor people who trict Superintendent, Miami ing til 10 p.m. in the evening.
want to go on the Poor People's Northwestern Senior High This is a community center
"lobby' in Washington. School Concert Chorus and where the youngsters, their
Admission is 100. For other prominent,citizens of parents, grandparents,sen-
more information call 271- the community will share their ior citizens, meet to continue tl
. 3780 or 5317469. talents in making the programone their education, engage In rec,
Help make Martin Luther long to be remembered. reation or involve themselves
King's "Dream" a reality! Primary School "C' Is one preparing for a life vocation.



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he discusses graduation activities with 13 of 178 graduating seniors scheduledto
participate in the annual 64th Commencement Exercises May 27 at Bethune-
The students are shown left to right (standing) Otha Leverette, senior physical \MANAGEMENT AGENCY THE SOUTH, OPERATING
education major/ from Pensacola; Roger Humphrey, mathematics, Daytona Beach; ______. IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIESA
Ruthenia Beachman, sociology, Orlando; William! Bringier, ,sociology, Miami; John
Lauerman, history, Holly Hill; Edward Dawkins, mathematics, Jacksonville; Joseph fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for s
Cooper, chemistry, St. Stephen, S. C.; Howard Robinson, history, Holly Hill; Walter tenants convenienceA
Dunlop, physical education, Ormond Beach; Isaiah Rhodes, sociology, Deerfield;
Dana Kelder, elementary education, Ormond Beach; seated, Jessie Jackson, business community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent '
education, Alachua; left, Dr. Rihhard V. Moore and Geraldine Troupe, elementary free," furnished and air conditioned for your comfort and enjoyment. '

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, :May, ,,31 1968 ,
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The Metro Commission is expected to i
a public hearing whether the local War on Poverty Metro | Whitney Young, Jr,

Officer 6530NW 15th Ave, Miami, Flo. 33J.C7-PhoneI691.0..21 Economic Opportunity Program will be taken over by Executive Director
if left as it Is today. National Urban League
H. E. SIGISMUND ref Editor Publisher mace I
EVES. and of important to be
The decision-perbaps one the most
Managing County-should be decided -
in the history of social change In
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor
by the people themselves. NINETEENTH OF JUNE MOBILIZATION
National Advertising Representative If those who benefit from the program go down to the Court- THE

Amalgamated Publishers I Inc. house on Tuesday and tell the Commission what they think, undoubtedly -
310) Madison N. commissioners in their deliberations The people's ,campaign presently being conducted by
Avenue, "' York N. Y. 10017 1 t will greatly help the poor
Member of the Notional Newspaper Publishers Association on the question.It the Southern Christian Leadership Conference has touched the
2400 S. Michigan:Avenue, Chicago. III. 60616 was learned Tuesday that EOPI executive director Richard conscience of all those who believe in social Justice and has

SUBSCRIPTION RATES Weatherley favors the take-over by Metro,and tor the record, aroused !in hundreds thousands of such people, most of whom
ONE YEAR 5.00 six MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 so do we. are not poor, a desire to demonstrate their solidarity with the

Entered Second The reasons are many. The benefits, we believe, will be demands and objectives of the campaign. All such Americanswill
as Class Matter, August., 1927 the
at Post
Ojfice at Miami Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 enormous if the county assumes control of the local War on have an opportunity on June 19, by Joining the national
Poverty agency. Mobilization in support of the poor people's campaign which

NEGRO"CREDO PRESS OF believes THE NEGRO that America PRESS"The can best lead The agency has been plagued with a variety of problems in will march on the nation's capital on that day.

'the world and national antagonism when It accords the past year, and a take-over by Metro may well solve some
to every man regardless of his race creed or color his human of these. At the request of Dr. Ralph Abernathyandthe SCLC staff, I
and legal rights. Hating no man, ,fearing no man..the Negro There have been assurances that EOPI workers would be retained have assumed the task of directing and coordinating the June

are Press hurt strives as long to as help anyone every Is man held in bock.It the firm. belief that all men if the agency does become a county department, and 19 Mobilization. I do so not only out of my deep committm nt to

perhaps, this could be used by some of the employes as a stepping the principles of the SCLC and objective of the poor pea
stone to better, permanent county Jobs. pOther campaign, but also because I believe thatall Americanswho

ditor'5 otebooh benefits, including Job security,streamlined and more believe in nonviolence, dmocracyandintegrattonshould
efficient programs, and "a psychological lift"for many of the be given an opportunity affirming,before the eyes of the national -
EOPI employes should be a result of the take-over. : Executive and before the eyes of the national Congress,
EPISCOPALIANS MEETThe We therefore strangly recommend that after careful deliberation their vigorous support of the cause of the poor-and the cause of

46th annual Convention of the Episcopal Church and the the Metro Commission approve the takeover by Metro simple human decency in American society.

45th meeting of the Episcopal Churchwomen were held on May 'of the anti-poverty program here. Hopefully, the change will
20, 21 and 22 at the Diplomat Hotel,Hollywood, Fla. On Monday I be for the good of the poor people of the program. The June 19 Mobilization will re-emphasize and re-aeune
these goals: That every able-bodied citizen has the right to a
evening the opening service at Convention Hall with the
Liturgy of the Lord's Supper, was largely attended. The Right Sit-in At Edison Shouldn't decently paid job which provides the opportunity for individual
I growth and advancement. And that all those wuo cannot work-
Rev. Henry Louittit. Bishop of the Diocese, Pontificator;
1 because of age, ill health, or other reaspns -- have the rightto
the Right Rev.James L.Duncan,D. D.Suffragan Bishop, Cele-
brant; The Rt.Rev. Thomas George Vernon Inman, D.D. Bishopof Have Been Necessary I a Just and liveable income.

N at a 1, Church of the Province of South Africa, was the But the Mobilization will not confine itself to defining such
preacher. It seems to us rather startling and disappointing that 450 make demands which
I goals. It will specific can, and must be,
The Rt Rev. William L. Hargrave, D.D. Suffragan Bishopwas students at Miami Edison High School had to stage a peaceful, :immediately, translated into law by Congressional action and

Epistoler; the Rt. Rev. A. Ervine Swift, D.D., Rector of quiet sit-in in order effectuate certain changes at the Northwest Executive Order We will insist that new iniatlves be taken,

St. Gregory's Church, Boca Raton, former Bishop of Puerto Miami school. I here and now, to redeem the pledge which this nation solemnly
Rica was Gospeller; the Very Reverend H. Littleton Zimmerman The roots of the problem are deeper than the demands of :adopted in the Economic Opportunity of 1964: "It is, therefore -

Dean of Ft. Lauderdale Deanery was assistant and the the students for equal representation on the cheerleading and J ( the policy in the midst of plenty . And in pursur-

Rev. Canon Don H. Copeland, D.D., Director of Center for majorette squads and integration of four segregated' school ance of this, we will invite the Congress of the United Statesto
Liturgical Study was the Master of Ceremonies. clubs. They are apparent in the neighborhood itself. come and hear the poor and their allies describe how it can

Some highlights of the coventlon were: permitting womento The Edison Center community is slowly changing from all- live up to the promise which it made four years ago.
white! to black. It has reached
predominately that
point yet,
become delegates. This will be considered for approval at
but it seems inevitable that it will happen soon. One of the first questions that willbe raised concerning this
the next meeting of the convention which is to be held in Miamiat
11 is indeep appalling to us when we hear Lee the Mobilization is
the Four Ambassadors Hotel on April 2829. Shelby whether it might not touch off civil disordersin
The approval of establishing an Episcopal College in conjunction white student activities director candidly admit: Washington on June 19th. While recent events have shown
with Stetson University in Deland. "No one is going to hide that fact that we have some prejudiced I that no one can guarantee that a riot will not take place, my
faculty members here." experience in helping to organize the demonstration in
The appointment of the Rt. Reverend A. ErvinSwift, rectorof Memphis *
St. Gregory's Church in Boca Raton, as assistant Bishopof Since Mr. Lee made that statement, no one, including the I on the day before Dr. King's funeral, convinces me thata
the Diocese. principal William Duncan, has denied the indictment of the : carefully planned, well-organized demonstration in can be
school's teachers. :a major alternative to violence,
'+ The Layman's annual Breakfast.The Though the youngsters demonstrated in a very orderly and
report of a special committee on race relations of which peaceful manner, it seems outrageous to us that the sit-in wasI In the long run, however, there is only one way for this society
the Rev. Theodore Gibson of Christ Church, Coconut Grove necessary at all. I to prevent violence.That is the removal of the conditions

was chairman.The Why wasn't something done about these conditions before? which drive people into a despairing rage against the symbolsof
committee found some substance to the charge made Weren't the pr inc ipal and other key school administrators authority, and into a desperate attempt to share in that affluence

of discrimination in; the church. He said there are only three aware: of these problems? Why have these problems been permitted : which mocks their poverty in every medium of mass

Negroes who serve on the many standing committees of the to remain at Edison while at other schools dynamic administrative communications.
convention. Not a layman represents the Negro community'svoice leadership has nude many similar conditions Perhaps this Mobilization is the last chance America:! 'willhave

in any capacity on any committee appointed or elected mere issues of the past? J to make an effective choice for nonviolence, democracy -
These but few J and for the integration of our national institutions
are a that
questions we must have answered.
Father Gibson said 10 per cent of the communicants' in the .
Diocese are Negroes. He asked for and was gran'ed an extension We must wonder how any administrator can retain a teacher "" -

of the committee for further investigation.The who knowingly, willingly, and purposely bases his attitudes on
old prejudices, ideas and concepts.The Herald To Be CommendedThe
women were comfortably domiciled in one of the East
Diplomat buildings in front of the convention headquarters. youngsters that staged the sit-in have learned a good
lesson in fighting for what Miami Herald is to be commended and congratulated
they to be right. But
The Rev. Tyrrel Dear, Delegate Arthur Blatch and Ye Edi why
tor occupied rooms at West Diplomat buildings. was it necessary, as in so many other instances, for the black ;for I its Send a Kid to Camp program. In the first three days of

Dining rooms were well equipped and cuisine satisfactory students to protest openly before the problems were acknowledged the drive, more than $8,600 had been contributed by residentsof

Small buses were provided for transportation to and from ) recognized, and dealt with. I South Florida.
the convention headquarters. Indeed we do still have a long way to go Dade County. The project j is designed to send boys and girls from the
I slum areas to camp for a week this summer with horse-back
Bishop Louittit who heads the Diocese outlined IJ
plans for J riding, swimming, hunting, sports, and many other programson
dividing South Florida into three Diocese; Miami, Orlando Salute To Dade Voters I tap for the youngsters.
St. Petersburg. Bishop Louittit also announced his'
Again our contragulations and thanks to The Miami Herald
when the division becomes effective in 1971. j f or a job well
Dade County demonstrated with its balloting in Tuesday's done....
He also suggested that the church
an example for the
election that the real seeds of "equality" do rest in the South
nation and allow 18-year-olds to vote in church affairs. Florida area, and particularly here. Channel
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The Rev. Tyrrel Dear, Vicar of the Church of the Incarna- Agrees
We must commend all
Countians for
tion, Miami, called attention to a commitment of the Diocese exercising their
to give $47,000 toward the establishment of the United Theo- right to vote, regardless of who they voted for. But we must We were quite surprised and bewildered Wednesday when

logical College in Kingston, Jamaica, under the church's especially commend the voters who chose to break tradition we heard an editorial on Channel 7_ WCKT agreeing with "Mi
and send a Negro to the MetroCommissionand another :amt Beach Editor'Paul the
Mutual Responsibility and Interdependence program. The votwas e Negro Bruun in condemnig
favorable even if it was found necessary to borrow the to a November meeting with a Republican opponent for a state I recent non-violent sit-in by the United Black Students at the
' money. House seat. 1 University: of Miami.

If elected, Joe Lang Kershaw will be the first Negro in mod The editorial--typically assanine __ might have been expected -
Bishop Duncan praised the Youth Industries, a project carried ern time to sit ineitberHouseofthe
legislature. 10
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We are or 20 years ago but not today -- not in these
on under the auspleces of the Church of the Incarnationin sure Earl Carroll will do a fine job for the entire Dade community I modern, progressive times. But then, WCKT has not been a

t Miami. when he takes his seat June 10th on the Metro Com- I pillar of progressive thinking and actions in recent years.
Mrs. Stuart S. Thayer of Orlando is president of the Epis mission.
we can rely on the stands of"Th Reporter" in the past,
copal Churchwomen and Mrs. Martha Edwards of Clearwateris Former Gov. LeRoy Collins also carried Dade handily as t the: position of that newspaper has been somewhat "racist'on
corresponding secretary. he won the Democratic
nomination for te U. S. Senate many occasions. We can not see how Channel 7 could agree
And so it goes,from local office tonation office/Dade Counl with a paper that has this tpe of background.

175,000 JOBS tians demonstrated a keen awareness and progressiveness in It is very difficult to comprehend how they could adopt the
the selection of men to lead
us in the
The Associated Press reports that Henry Ford n said the 1 Our hat off to the Dade coming four years racist views of Mr. Bruun, but obviously they have. While wa
goes County voter. The rest of the would like to believe it to be true believe, as
nation's businessmen have pledged to provide more thanr''state of Florida would do well to we can
follow the t the
175,000 permanent and summer Jobs so far as a drive to find 1 in exhibiting this political awareness and example of Dade : editorial illustrates, that Mr. Bruun has changed in recent -

work for the hard-core unemployed. He discussed the statusof 1 the color of a candidate's skin. savy regardless of : years.
the campaign at the annual Ford Motor Company's stock The editorial by Mr.Bruun mentioned that in the same paper
holders meeting in Detroit. 1 that carried the UBS story on the front page, page 2 had a story

Ford heads the National Alliance of Businessmen established SENIOR CITIZENS MONTH about two Dade Countians who had died in Vietnam fighting for

by President Johnson to place 100,000 hardcore unemployed their country.Lest .
in jobs by the summer of969and more 500.000 by the, May was designated by President Lyndon Johnson as Senior we have to remind Mr. Bruun and Channel 7 that almost -
summer of 1971. Citizens Month. The president said the respect we show fore as many black men are dying in Vietnam as white men.
I "I have been surprised and encouraged by the support th older Americans is not an act of charity it comes from the I Lest we remind Mr. Bruun and Channel 7 that it has taken even

Alliance has received from government agencies, community recognition that this generation owes all it possesses to those more courage and strength and patriotism for the black men
organizations, labor unions and especially from the businesscommunity who have borne responsibility in years past. We have not al i in Vietnam to fight in tha horrible wasteland Southeast Asia

f ," said Mr. Ford ways recognized the debt we owe them. It was only three dec defending the Ideals and principles America,when they are

The only way to ensure the peace of our cities and preserveour ades ago, with the passage of the original Social Security' Act in not even treated as citizens or human beings in many American

national unity is toopenuptoall Americans the opportunities President Roosevelt's administration that we first began cities
that must Americans have always enjoyed. respond effectively to our continual national obligation Obviously, both Channel 7 and Paul Bruun have forgotten.Or .
have they?

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The traditional reluctance In this country to confront the real

nature of racism ts once again illustrated by,the manner in

which the majority of American whites and the mass media

have interpreted what the Kerner Commission had to say about .4'

white racismIt ,
seems that they have taken the Kerner Report as a call 4I III- .7/, I 4 11 7 ,

merely to examine their individual attitudes. The examination

of individual attitudes is, of course,an indispensable require-

ment if the influence of racism is to be neutralized, but it is

neither the only nor the basic requirement. 0 itL

The Kerner Report took great pains to make a distinction ,-- +

between racist attitudes and racist behavior. In doing so, it

was trying to point out that the fundamental problem lies in the

racist behavior of American institutions towards Negroes; : "' .. 'f"
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and that the behavior of these institutions is influenced more ",-: "rf;

by overt racist actions of people than by their private attitudes. ;s t tl.. ( s, : .,. I\J-t.-\ .

If so,then the basic requirement is for white Americans, while \ .. / '- r. ;.' s-: .

not ignoring the necessity for a revision of their private beliefs

to concentrate on actions that can lead to the ultimate
democratization of American''institutions

By focusing upon private attitudes alone, white Americansmay

come to rely on token individual gestures as a way of absolving -

themselves personally of racism, while ignoring the

work that needs to be done within the public institutions to era

dicate social and economic problems and redistribute wealth

and opportunity.
I mean by this that there are many whites sitting around in fI f

drawing rooms and board rooms discussing their consciencesand '\"
even donating a few dollars to honor the memory of Dr. -,,:r

King. But they are not prepared to fight politically for the kind \ "'a

of liberal Congress the country needs to eradicate some of the I

evils of racism; or for the massive programs needed for the ,

social and economic reconstruction of the black and white poor; CONGRESS FIGHTS POVERTY ABROAD... WHY NOT AT HOME? :

or for a revision of the tax structure whereby the real burden

will be lifted from the shoulders of those who don't have it I

and places on the shoulders of those who can afford it. \

Our time offers enough evidence to show that racism and Intolerance I

are not unique American phenomena! The relation, .
ship between the upper and lower classes in India is in somo
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ways more brutal than the operation of racism in America.

And in Nigeria black tribes have recently been killing other .. () () Legal

black tribes in behalf of social and political privilege. But it is Q ''' f
the nature of the society which determines whether such conflicts c'lJlq I Services

will last, whether racism and intolerance will remain as j. i- k I,

proper issues,to be socially and politically organized. If the By Booker T. Hayes I i v V". '; UY: Leo Adderly,' t
society is a Just society, if it is one which places a premiumon Center Attorney

social and human then racism and intolerance .
Justice rights
themselves their
The citizens of Dade County have done
cannot survive will at least be reduced to irreducible
; an the decisive fac-
state-mites a great service. They have been
minimum. It is common knowledge in the community that rent paidon
in the November
tor in deciding who shall represent us upcoming
While working with the NAACP some years ago to integratethe elections and made a democratic victory,barring any un- a typical slum dwelling is not greatly different than that ;

University of Texas, I was assailed with a bettery of argu- forseen circumstances, a certainty. They have also shown that paid for more desirable housing. Yet, the slum tenant receivesfar
ments to should not be let in would be less for his rental dollar
as why Negroes : They The than does the tenant in a more
the community as a whole is geared toward togetherness.
raping white girls as soon as they came in; they were dirty election of LeRoy Collins as the Democratic'candidate for the desirable housing unit.

and did not wash; they were dumb and could not learn; they U, S. Senate and the election of Earl Carroll to the Metro Because of the limited housing available to slum tenants, ,
were uncouth and ate with their fingers. These attitudes were haw the forced to a in an "as is"
Commission in conjunction with Joe Ke r s winning they are usually accept new tenancy
not destroyed because the NAACP psychoanalyzed white stu- Democratic nomination to the Florida House of Representa- unsafe, and unsanitary condition. And when the tenant attempts

dents or held seminars to teach the ni about black people. The y' tives attest the fact that our liberalism is countywide. Few to better his housing conditions by withholding rent, or by taking
were destroyed because Thurgood Marshall got the Supreme uesday'svote. affirmative action in the courts
people realize the significance of last To or by seeking compliancewith
Court to rule against and destroy the institution segregated some, the fact that Joe Kershawand Earl Carroll are Negroes housing regulations he is often subjected to retaliatory

education. At that point,the private views of white students became holds no special meaning, but when wa consider the fact that evictions, or rent increase. The slum tenant is usually the:

irrelevant.So Negro voters represent only 15 percent of the countywide vote, last one housed, and always the first one evicted.In .
while there can be no argument that progress depends
there is reason to feel optimistic. '
states rent control has been enacted
both the revision of private attitudes and a change in institutions some
on institutional U th; In becoming the first Negro elected to the ten year old Metro which, places a ceiling on the amount of rent a landlord can
the onus must be placed on change.
/Commission, Earl Carroll has proven his previous stand to tenant
extract from a slum tenant. Unfortunately, the Florida
this to work for, black )
institutions of society are already pecpie
be unfounded. However, I feel his crusade for district election does not have such protection. For protection
urge your
to respond to their needs and legitimate aspirations, the 1 your ,
of Metro Commissioners had a direct influence on the overall
to enact rent control Also themto
it will ultimately be a matter of supreme indifference to then 1 legislators legislation. urge
outcome. In a previous column, I ,stated the best way to prove
like them what white whispeJabout enact retaliatory evictions.In .
whether white people or people Mr. Carroll's contentions were without substance would be to legislation against
them in the privacy of their drawing rooms.PhilOssofer. the low income areas of community, the average ten
assist in his election. It appears the citizens of Dade County
ant rents his premises under an oral lease on a week-to-week
have done this. This should make the victory experienced by
basis. The oral lease is more desirable to the landlords thana
I our new commissioner even more enjoyable, because he has
written lease, because it affords the tenant less to defend
won by a comfortable margin and thus made the impossiblea
with come time for eviction. Also, the week-to-week tenancyis a
reality. the most desirable rental period for the landlord; becauseit
Our country was founded on to fight for our freedom fron:1 We can expect sound leadership and judgement from Earl desirable
allows him to evict a tenant quickly.The most rental
the precept of "liberty and England. We had to force thE.! Carroll. Like our city commissioners, he knows the core of agreement from the tenant's point of view would be a writ-
justice for all." and eventually issue of slavery but another the community he represents. We have seen stories such as
ten lease for a longer period of time.
so it shall be. However, we war, and our women (becauseof his unfold on the various movie screenes, but seldom do we Frequently however even with such quick and effortless
cannot shut our eyes to past whom we bow reverently aj t t: get the opportunity to witness or be a part of such a happening. procedures for evicting tenants, landlords prefer to use self-
history and present events the altar of motherhood), ha<1 His ability to communicate with the little fellow should do much
of such self-help
help methods, not sanctioned by law. Typical y
which prove that we are still to fight for their rights, no t t to enhance Mr.Carroll's ability as a commissioner.His know methods used by landlords'to evict tenants are the following:

evolving spiritually, but have only to vote, but to break the ledge of conditions will not have to be gained, because he has removing doors turning oU the electricity and water; and lock
not as yet attained that state chains of inferiorltywh1chhacbeen 1 had to live with them. ;
ing the tenant out. Self-help methods by the landlord to regain
where we afford liberty and foisted on them througt I 1 Hat's off to the citizens of Dade County. I am of t he opin- possession of rental premises are strictly illegal and may sub

justice for all. man's ignorance. ion, wa have overcome.
ject him to an action for damages.In .
Some of our earlier settlers We are evolving, and thE -------------------------
; rI order to legally evict a week tenant,the landlordor
here for religious free very pressures and violence
came SUBSCRIPTION ORDER II III his agent must do the following:
dom but they did not allow surrounding us are speeding: I
((1)) Advise the tenant in writing that he is behind in his rent
who followed them to the Most hums I
others up process. Miami Times
I and mist pay the same within three ((3) days or move voluntarily
practice their beliefs beings stir not until moved b e 6530 NW 15th Avenue .
as freely. Some brought inhuman pressures of some sort. W<
beings to labor for them have progress forced on us; I Miami, Florida 33H7 I (2)) U the tenant elects to do neither,the landlord must then
e file a petition in court to evict the tenant.
without pay, and deprived themof not as a good thing, but as the! I
every vestige of dignity and lesser of two evils. However.' II I Enclosed please find the sum of $5.00 ((3) The tenant, or some member'of his household above the
age of 15, must be served with a copy,of these "papers' from
fact force is love
human rights. Despite the the greatest ,am
to cover the cost of a one subscription be the rented
.I I year premises.
the court or they may posted on
that since the beginning of our it is the cheapest in the lon
(4)) The tenant then has five ((5)) days to come into court to
great nation we have been conscious run. Oar: true spiritual evolvement I to the Miami Times.
for all t t defend the case- with or without a lawyer.
of these rights will reach its highest
mankind, (Our forefathers point when progress will be inspired I I I'I Moll To I (5) A trial is then held; and if the Judge feels that the tenant .
Pap r -
having suffered the lack them. by love. When that happens , I should be evicted, he orders a deputy constable or deputy I'

selves,) we have notfreely those people who are liv-, II I Add.. sheriff to make the eviction. Otherwise, the tenant ordered

to others.It earth at that time wil 1 to remain on the premises.
given these rights ing on I Stat. _ _ ZIp Cod.
always develops through witness that wonderful Kingdom City Occasionally, the tenant has a legal defense to an eviction

j pressure of some kind.We had of Heaven. L__________________________ and is completely unaware of it.

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6 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday May. '31.1968JBY _
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CLARICE LITTLES t! 10Cul w .: '.

Miami Times Society Editor

Here from Nassau, are Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Taylor and I -

daughter, Pamela, who are guests of the J. Hartman: Taylors The women of Second Baptist Church, 11111 Pinkston Dr,
of Brownsville. After a visit In Miami, the Taylors will ac- I invite you to their Third Annual Women's Day, observance'

company their host to Petersburg, Virginia to witness the June 9. Morning service at 11:00, guest speaker, Mrs W, K',
\ graduation of their daughter, Cassandra Edmonds, this week I Smith of Opa-locka. Evening service at 7:00, guest speaker

end. i Mrs. John Anderson of Liberty City. Mrs. John 0. Smith,
Brenda Jones the daughter of Horace and Hazel Jones of I II chairman and Rev. John A. Ferguson, pastor.
I Opa-locka was the recipient of Honoria award at Miami Carol The banquet dining room at Holiday Inn Resturant in Homestead -

City Senior High. ) : was the setting for the installation of officers of the
Harriet Worrell entertained friends of her mother, Mrs. Richmond Heights' Wam n's Club, Sunday, May 19. A lovely
Cleveland (Addle) Sampson on Saturday In honor of her 71st arrangement of blue and white flowers, the club colors, grac-
birthday. A champagne dinner party with a cake with seven .L
i ed the head table. The president, Mrs. Arthur Arannah, was
i and one candles glistened as nappy voices sang"Happy Birth- pinned by Mrs. John Byrd the Installing officer. Mrs. Arannah
.. day, Dear Addle," in the room filled with beautiful bouquetssent challenged the club to seek unity. Her guide posts for the com-

by her many friends. ing year were to forget what ought to be forgotten, to recall,
Verneka Silva, member of Christ Episcopal Church, Coco- r unfailing, all that ought to be recalled,and to be daily bearersof
nut Grove was elected Chairman of ChrfstlanSocial Relations to let this club all
joy and hope.Also, year bring the joy and
at the 45th Annual Meeting of Episcopal Churchwomen at the from that
satisfaction that could come knowing we have worked
Hollywood Diplomat. Congratulations] together and we do have a better community.
A "Cinderella" and contest will be wanded into
party action of the Richmond
The members Heights Youth Council are
June 1. 10.00 am_ af Rnrrifne's Miami Store_ All children
( under 12 -initd teddesedas ._ ,. .CT asked to meet at the homo of Mr.and Mrs._Samuel Armstrong
are to characters from' -'-"-' -' -''r '' -'' -''' '' -- -
14440 Tyler Street, Saturday, at z p.m. U you are interestedin
"Cinderella. prizes will be awarded for the best, most origi- BLOCK CLUBS HELP MAKE MIAMI BEAUTIFUL joining please come to this meeting.
nal most colorful most costumes. and:
regal Princely punch
If you've noticed certain blocks in Liberty City getting Prominent Tennessee Educator visits Miami Mrs. Irene
magic cookies will be served to all children in the Kingdom.
Admission is free.The New York City"Prince Street Play- spruced up a little here of late it probably is the work of one Patten of Chattanooga, Tenn. Is a retired principal, having
ers" will bring Cinderella to Coconut Grove Playhouse June of the 14 block clubs organized to do just that. taught many years as teacher and principal of Janus A. Henry
15 and 16th. Mrs. Lillian Hutcheson, shown here setting out some plantsin School until her retiremtnt.She .

After six weeks vacation, relaxing in the warm tropical climate the James E.Scott Homes, is organizing Block Clubs for the is a graduate of Tenn. State and Columbia Universityand
of Florida Mrs. Ora Reese Williams has returned to her Liberty City EOPI Center. Looking on and helping above are has done further sutdy at Chicago University. She is a
,Jamaica, Long Island home. Mrs. Barbara Young and M:s.Alma Barkley.These clubs work member of AKA Sorority, vice chairman Chattanooga's

Patricia Worthy and Anthony Oyeskihuwere marriedSaturday within their areas on beautification projects to improve the brary Board, President Progressive Teacher's Federal

in Mount Vernon Congregational Church, Boston, Mass. image of their communities Mrs.Hutcheson says Scott Homes Credit Union, member of the Governor's Commission on the
'The bride the daughter of Mrs. Inez Brantley, 7091 NW 21st. residents have been more than cooperative. Status of Women, a Trustee of First Baptist, Metro Council of
Avenue. She graduated from B, T.WashingtonHighSchool and The area above is being worked on the Busy Workers Progressive Community Action and a member of the Board of Christiansand

,Knoxville College, Knoxville., Tenn. The bridegroom is the Club, Mrs. Ann Scott, president. Other clubs are Jews. Mrs. Patten says"she Is a little tired." No wonder.

son of Mr. and Mrs E.S. Oyeshiku, Lagos, Nigeria, and grad- working in their areas also in an effort to imprve the environ- She is the houseguest of Miss Viola O. Crawford of Rich-
uated from Washington State University at Pullman. After a mental structure of Liberty City. If your block is interested, mond Heights
wedding trip to Puerto Rico the,couple will live in Boston call Mrs. Hutcheson at 6964350.The The members of the Second Baptist Celestrial Choirs wish
to thank one and all for attending their first annual presentation. -

1 The presentation wasentitled"TheNegroSpiritualHeri-
faculty and staff of Carver
DementarySchool tage." A special thanks goes to Mr. ElmoSparks, program director -
will present a "This Is Life" retirement for
,a Your program and all of you who made: this event possible.Mr. .
principal Susie Diniels on Friday, June 7, at 8 p'.m. in the
school cafatorium.Cheryl and Mrs. Sanuel: D. Armstrong: Sr., along with their
little daughter and son Samuel Jr., motored to Prairie View,
Ann Robinson and John Culmer ;; represented North- Texas- Prairie View A&M College to attend the graduation of
western High School with the all Miami-Youth Chorus of the
their daughter Gwendolyn Anita Armstrong. She received herB
.a a University of Miami School of Preparatory Division last Wed-
.A. decree Sunday, May 19.The trip was very enjoyable
nesday night at Dade County Auditorium. Dale is
the conductor. Willousehby Beside witnessing the graduation they also visited their daughter -
Jewell who is a freshmin at Prairie View College

Friends of Mrs. (Doretha) payne are wishing her a speedy .! ,"", i't..f /f, ",

recovery. Doretha is a patient at Cedars of Lebanon. 1946 graduating classof ".."" ,.; ,,'
Visiting relatives in Dothan, Alabama are Mr. WoodrowT.Blue Booker T. Washington High : ,

and son, Woody II. They are the houseguest of their aunt, School is presenting a night of ,
Mrs. Belle Blue. games. To be given at Bonded t'';.

More than 70 schools are represented in',the annual student Collection Agency, 4150 NW 7
exhibition of Dade County public school art of the Miami Art Avenue, at 9 p.m.Friday, May

Center. The show will be open daily from Monday, May 27, 31. This is to benefit our an-
through Wednesday, June 12. nual scholarship fund to be

Plan to see, also, the exhibit at the Mayfair Theater Pain- given to sorno deserving grad
, tings by M. Jorie Austin may be seen through June 9. uate from high school.
Congratulations to Silver Knight Winners, David Kinsler There will be many games

and Clarence Smith. Smith has become Dade County's first and free door prizes for your QY
Negro to receive a scholarship from Harvard University when entertainment. We are asking
be was chosen from over'500 candidates. all of our many friends to come

It's a boy for Ruby and Norward Dean, 5560 NW 18th Avenue out and help us make this a .

Baby Dean was born at Mercy Hospital, Monday, May 27, successful a fl air. Plenty of ,, 6I
Mrs. Hattie Johnson of Nassau is the proud grandmother.The refreshments will be on sale.

Robert Crlspne (Ida) Coopers are the parents of a boy, ::, '
Robert D, born at Mt. Sinai Hospital, May 24. NEW MAGAZINE FOR '."' ;
Miami Alumnae Chapter of Delta SignuTheta Sorority pre-
sents a Debutante Cotillion on Saturday, the first of June at CHILDREN PUBLISHED
Miami Beach Auditorium.The .
Albert Pitts, 24, former
Greater Miami Urban League Gild's Gala Show, Danc- I
Howard University student
ing andChampagne Sip, is scheduled for Bayfront ParkAudl- presently attending Temple,

torium, Sunday, June 2. University in Philadelphia
It was a dual birthday,celebration at the home of Jack and ,
announces the publishing of a
Verleen Scott last Saturday, at their 68th Street home, when
new magazine for th e Negro
they entertained 75 friends.
child, Watoto. Watoto is the
Get well wishes to Patricia Russell at BatlstHospital; Rosa Swahili word for "children."
White who is recuperating at home; Anthonette Moxie who is The I
magazine is directed towards -
!, home recuperating; Rev. L. A. Thompson Mr.A. J, Hanna the 8 to 12 year olds. II
at Christian. II I
magazine features arti- ,
1 Among those who Jetted from Nassau for the funerals of Rev. cles on Negro History, Travel,
; J. Johnson of West Palm Beach and Mr. Joe Pinder of Miami Book Review I
' were Mr. and Mrs. Spurgeon Bethel, Mr. and Mrs. George Puzzles and Games., Movie Review, (L to R) Venita Timpson, Helena Duhart and Veronica

r' Brown, Mrs. Walter Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Fernander, Mrs. Watoto was created to help Timpson proudly modeling the newest fashions by Lory's
f Robert Pinder, Mrs. Munna Brown, Mrs. Ruth Johnson and the Negro child learn about his I of Edison CenterIf

t Mrs. Eileen Fox. proud her ita g e, and also to
Bruce M. Hamersley, teacher of Industrial Arts at Charles create a medium for expression it's sportswear, casual or dressy, you can bet you'llbe

Drew Junior High School, received the"outstanding IndustrialArts for the Negro child. Any pleased with that fabulous Lory's Look. i I
Teacher" award for Florida at the American Industrial I
child send in Lory's (Edison
Arts Association convention in can any story, Center) continues to maintain tits reputation
(. Minneapolis. Congratulations. poem, drawing, or what have I as the teenage and adult fashion of South
REMEMBER THOSE WHO DIED FOR US- TODAY, MEMORIAL you. Everything they send in Florida. center
l DAY.Memorial. will be published. Adults can I
f Day dawns bright and clear and the human cry send in any literary contribu-
' from far and near is being heard throughout the nation for this tion for children.

't our day Decoration,and may we always be aware of our debt Watoto will be published
I to those up There monthly throughout the year. I

Martha Williams and John W. Faison were married Sunday, Watoto is available only .

, May 26, In the home of Mrs. Callie Faison by the Rev. W. E, through subscriptions.The Open 9 to 9 :
\ Sims. Mrs. Princess Grlffen and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Owens subscription rates are as fol- LLc9j: 'S Sizes 3-20
I served a dinner party for friends and relatives. low $1.00 for one year, $1.50 I LII\! !)
Joyce Rolle is home from North Carolina A&T where she for two years. Send for !ree r

is doing graduate work. copy to Watoto; Magazine P.O. lORY'S FASHION SHOPS . EVERYWHER.
Elizabeth (Betty) Blue is back to work at jackson/Byrons Box 7762, Philadelphia, pa. 6112 NW 7th '
Ii Iiafter six weeks of illness 191-1 AVENUE (EDISON CENTER)
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LITTLE RED BOOK:Last week's"Awards Night' fazed t x y r

out Allapattah elementary's 5th graders who*11 seek their ;? ,
6th grade beginning at
Allapattah .
come September. The week was: 4A'A :
of activities with several kiddies :
citations. Awards were presented to
rence Hall in physical fitness; I ;
Graves achievement above grade Addie'I"; ,
Delta Marie Campbell ((2)) library a"
and the pupil showing most
in scholarship(this cherub is the .
of the Clarence Campbells); Gretchen
Hams scholarship (this Bunny is
Tate-Williams' pride):; Mosely Doles is school princi. l.Heap
congratsl! J'I I
Champagne Sip and Fashion Show on Sunday,June 2, at Bay '4'
I NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Willie Wright and Willie J. Hargroveare Urban League Guild front Park Auditorium from 6to lOp.m, Fashions will be pre- ,
headed across the 'burning sands' to Phi Beta Sigma . sented by the only Black and White Shop, Miami Beach. There :
Tony Simons Jr's pop, Anthony Sr out of Jackson Memorial Champagne Sip Sunday will be door prizes, flowing champage, and entertainment An :'
? ? ? Eugene Evans boasting tvnewriter and adding machine original hostess gown will be given to some lucky winner. ;I''

service at Reliable . "Mr James Club shuttered . Has Mr. O'Neal's models who will perform for the Urban League The membership drive is still in progress. We hope that +t.
former City of Miami prison guard James Smith (now a Mi- Guild on Sunday are pictured above.Left to right are: Meverva many people will still Join and help with the work of the :'
ami Beach patrolman) promoted to sergeant??? Movie great Dickie, Percilla Adam:?, Annie Surrency, Precious Curry, Greater Miami Urban League. ))4'
Marlon Brando and Stokely CarmIchael 'holding hands' ? ? ? Cheryl Jones, Corliss Hillman, Beverly Hillman, Ruthie Nel- Shirley A. Moore is chairman, Sarah Pullam,co-chairman, )
Transfiguration's sexton Bennie Clark ill in Veterans hospi son, Sylvia Robinson, Beverly Barnwell, and Larleet Sanders. and Ann Lindsey Packard is president.

tat The Greater Miami I Urban League Guild will present a I

SALT WATER TAFFY: Mrs Annie Wooten bedded at home ,
with Illness . Dunbar elementary's helping teacher Laura AIRMAN GRADUATESSAN CHINA VALLES & ALLEN ROCK : !
Bethel lost her dad John Thomas of New York City last week- ANTIO O. Airman Present Sunday, June 2 I
end . Sisters t Mible Ward-Daniels and Cleoraie Ward- James L. Green, son of Mr. Rancher Lounge, Biscayne Blvd. & 126th Street
Bloomfield gifted Mrs. Henrietta Sweeting with flowers at the and Mrs. Willie J. Mathis of THE MIAMI JAZZ ALL STARS

Golden Agers Tea last Sunday. Thank Q. .'. Merle Gibson's 2734 NW 59th, Miami t has BUDDY DELCO, ERIC KNIGHT, DONN MAST
hubby Charles (veteran insurance.agent) passed last Friday in completed basic training at Plus \
Christian Memorial. . Joe Finder's funeral very large from Lackland AFB, Tex.He has THE JAZZ SCOPES :
Ebenezer Methodist last Friday. been assigned to the Air Force BILLY MILLER-ART JOHNSONAbe
Technical Training Center at Meeks,. Bobby Chan, Jimmy Glove J
THE WEEK'S WASH: Very few folk know that the late Tommy Chanute AFB, Ill, for specialized Surprise Guest; Stars Drawing for Records \
Dorsey's arrangement of "Marie was lifted from a Negro schooling as a metals repair Shows 4:30: p.m.7:00 p.m.-Dress Casual, Adm. 2.50 (

band leader named Acy Harris who originated the legendary specialist. -- ''I
arrangement of Dorsey's popular platter. Harris and his Sun b b n I
set Royal Entertainers orchestra 0 fWest Palm Beach featured -
the famous arrangement long before Dorsey and his bandmt'n FOX'S DEN \
heard the Harris band. later recorded the Harris
Dorsey ______u __.._____.._uu. __ _
styling (after a jokingly threat to do so) thereby getting the ,.
credit. 'To any musician who remember this or would com SHIRLEY,A. MOORE MARY ELIZABETH HOTEL .
pare-notes between the two bands would immediately discovera . Fashion Show Chairman f

difference. The slight variation comes after the final chorus, Fri.-Sat.-Sun. May 31 June 1&2 i
of "Marie' is echoed by the band in the background. Harris' ,
"going out" ending is far different and more improvized than ,
Dorseys. And this ending of Harris' made the big difference ** 1 * * :
one that the Dorsey ork did not successfully lift
THE GUTTER GAZETTE: Look for the popular Miami MR 1 A
and MRS to become Mister and Miseries before the month of :
August fades from the '68 calendar . There's a political 4"p
shakeup destined to follow the Tuesday elections.It could em.
brace a high public official and a promising candidate who's I TOP 10 FINALIST OFMISS U.S.A. BEAUTY CONTEST

headed for political stardom. . The Norwood Deans are in- ; r ute
fant1ci ting in about another week's time . The Bernard. * * ** * * * * * * *
(Carolyn) Mitchells named him Bernard Jr. He arrived in s
Mount Sinai May 22. \I

Benny Lattimore :
STUFF AND SUCH: Dunbar elementary Sixth grade instructor -
Sylvia Riggins will receive her Master of Arts degree from :
Barry College June 3 . Retired City of Miami booking officer *
and Patrolman Jake Frinks' funeral Saturday . Rev. .
'-'"" -dlw
I. C. Mickins of Mt. Olivette,incognito in Jack's Luncheonetteat Freddie Scott
3rd Ave at 11th,observing while unruly teenagers surroundhim Greetings to all Daughtersof ,
while unnoticed . City Jail getting its innards flushed the ffiPOE of W of the Mi- "K 'FT
and painter . Dr Joseph Poitier of Economy Drug Store ami area. Please note that I
could be a political candidate next time around. will make my official visit to I The Kinfolks
the following temples:
June 7, Autlers Tenple; I
SWEETS TREATS: As a memo of love and devotion to a de. -
J u nell, Overseas Temple; ,'; i
ceased friend and school mate, Miami Northwestern high senior -
June 12, Greater Miami Tem
student Theresa Dean (Hallie L. Robinson's lass) Penneda
tear-jerking "In Memoriam' tribute to James E.Gee Gee) ple; June 16, Pride of Miami BUTTER BALL, M., C. "Just a Matter of
Council June 26, O. W. Banner -
Lucas Jr., the Northwestern Junior, who passed last January ;
mm Temple and June 25,'
23. The poem, an inspirational and challenging epitaph to a Time"i
once likeable loveable and popular member of the teenage fra- Liberty Temple.
ternity, covered page 32 of Ellen V.Heidt's anthology "Hori i
zons Unlimited.; Mrs Heidt is chairman of Northwestern's '.

MIAMI MUSINGSThe Jasper (Basheba Gray) Bryants are
announcing the altar-trek of their son, Roderick A. Bryant to
the Archie Demetrius Michele on June 8 . .
Hayes' lovely,
Jewel Conyers brother, Morris visiting from Sorrento,Cal., FACILITIES West Dixie Highway at 162nd Street Northwest 7th Avenue at 135th Street
where he's employed with the Federal Government's aircraft Northeast 2nd Avenue at 95th Street North Miami Beach, Florida North Miami, Florida
division. He's houseguestlng with his parents theJam- sLula) Miami Snores, Florida Telephone! 945-4311 Telephone 685-2444
Conyers and is expected to leave Friday to resume his federal -

duties . Sam Early, his console and combo at Trader PEO AMERICAN PEOPLES BANK PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK OF

Northeast 125th Street at 10th Ave. Northwest 79th Street at33rd Avenue 9500 Bay Harbor Terrace
CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS; Diminutive' Albert Miller cool- North Miami, Florida Miami, Florida (Off Kane Concourse, Miami Beach)
Store with two Cokes Telephone! 751-6611 Telepho'e.696.0700 Bay Harbor Islands, Florida'
ing his palate at Economy Drug king-size Telephones 866-6266
and shaking paws with king-size Willie Lamar to'bury the hat-
chet' over a long-Um9 feud...Handfull! of Miami Jackson stu- PEOPLES GROUP OF NATIONAL BANKS
dents on City Jail tour with an ofay female gendarme escort Combined Resources in excess of $91,000,000.00

guiding and narraging the tour . Houseguesting with the Members Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation-.F.d.ral Reserve System
Larry Halls from NYC are niece and nephewinlav the John. Call Mr. Charles Eldridge Telephone: 7516611I
(Anna Marie) Southalls and son Cornelius. I

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HUD Approves CltaUp
1 College Find I
Round About .tt.. Contract With Youth

.t Receives I.F. Goodrich Gift
TalkBY . Dade's housing and urban slum youth.Haley: .
", . . development department has Sofge, HUD director,
.,.. AKRON, Ohio.- The B. F. more than $6 million to assist approved a $950 per month said he hoped the contract
JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL ,Y Goodrich Company announced educational institutions, hos- contract with Youth Industries could be expanded later to
payment of the fourth $5,000 pitals, youth groups, welfare Inc to maintain the lawns and other public projects.The .
MEMORIAL DAY TO REMEMBER . Our great leaders installment on its pledge of agencies and farm groups. exteriors of public housing in second in a series of
who have passed on to the great beyond,but still live on, in our $25,000 to the United Negro This year,,the fund will grant the Model Cities area. meetings with residents of the
hearts . Mary McLeod Bethune (founder of BethuneCookman College Fund's Development colleges and Universities Youth Industries Inc.,a non second urban renewal project
College, Daytona) . Martin Luther King(King of Civil for operating funds
Committee, New York city. $178,000 organization, is spon- will be held Thursday, June 6.
Rights) . John F. Kennedy(former President of the USA, The grant was made throughB. and $70,000 for capital funds profit sored by the Church of the Incarnation Smaller working sesslos
"Man that started the flame") ..Despite the summer riots, F. Goodrich Fund, Inc. under its aid to education pro- and is dedicated to with resident representatives
. black powers, white backlash and the many changes that come grams. meaningful and profitable will follow the area
about, it I s very encouraging, how the Negroes are moving Since 1957, B. F. Goodrich providing work experieces for next Thursday. meeting
ahead in every sector. ..It wasn't long ago that Jacksonville, Fund Inc., has also contributed -
elected two Negro women to the City Council.(First time since $26,000 to assist with the
1907 . Edward Booke last year, (67)the first Negro electedto operating expenses of the
the U. S. Senate in 92 years, he was also the first Negro United Negro College Fund..An r
State Attorney General of Boston, Mass., in the USA . MaJ. additional $3,000 will be given
Robert Lawrence selected to the space program(US Army Air this year by BFG for this purpose a glorious hifilai in
Force) as Negroes progress .. President LBJ appointed r t
Tfaurgood Marshall, a Negro first to the US Supreme Court. .
Lucius Amerson, the first Negro elected Sheriff in Alabama" B. F. Goodrich Fund, Inc.,
. 160 other Negroes won seats in 27 state legislatures, since 1952, has contributed
city mayors including Mayor Stokes a Cleveland . Julian .t nassau.1IIt
Bond ,of Atlanta, Ga., a most colorful legislator . A,showing -
of a new respect in Negro pride shows a drop in proportion -
of Negro to white addiction (dope) . The recurring
violence of racial tension has not diminished the desire of most
Americans to see the cause of civil rights continue to advance, d :
but violence has helped. .

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REMEMBER THE PEOPLE OF LATE .Leola and ElliottJ. iiioodaily parson
Pieze. (Dedicated to Leola's mother, Mrs. George (Vera) "_ ; : V
Smith) . Thomas McCloud's sister, Mrs. Esther Felton of r7 t. ,. IXc.
Opa-locka died September 1967..Gerald Pratt's son the late Jt INCLUDING DELICIOUS GOURMET MEALS
Bernard Gerald Pratt,died Sept. 1963... The very well known ) FULL, COURSE BREAKFASTS and DINNERS
Willie Mae flumes, passed Jan. 1962 and Albert A._ MaycockDec. LOOK AT THESE FABULOUS FEATURES!
1965 . The late Dorothy Quillia Nixon, departed Sept. ?f1 'IEAUTIFUL WIDE SANDY IUCH ONLY ONE
1966. (Dedicated to Ben Nixon U). .. The Pioneers that passed ......-- ....,,_*"__ >WO' .t' :' BLOCK FROM FAMOUS BAY.STREET SHOPPING
like Jerry McPhee, (Genesta Sweeting's brother) ... Erskine 'Clyde Killens is busy these Jim Brown, famous football V ,u r POOL FREI CNAISI LOUNGES AT POOLSIDE
Lowe(Margie's brother) . A former school buddy of mine, days putting everything in or- star-turned actor, enacts one fff SUPERB CHEFS .CUISINE NO ROOM PREPARED CHARGE FOR BY EUROPEAN CHILDREN
the late J. P. Myers,the late Richard Devoe, William (Tickel) der for his big June Jamboree of 12 condemned GFs who are ,. UNDER 12 IN SAME ROOM WITH PARENTS
Bethel, (Audrey's brother) Lester Small and a cast of many show in Miami Stadium the given a change for a pardon by "

more. night of June 16. Wilson Pic- executing a dangerous mission
kett heads up the bill and is behind German lines in MGMs ANCHORAGENassau's
MEMORIAL TALK AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY. .. The Su- ably supported by Arthur Con- "The Dirty Dozen." The new
premes' "My Forever Came Today" pretty Rosemary But ley, Etta James, Jo Jo Benson Kenneth Hyman productfn has
ler (daughter of the Elisha Nottages . Otis Redding' Peggy Scott. Both the Ar- an all-star cast headed by Friendliest Downtown Hotel on the Beach!
"Happy Song," dedicated to Airman Robert King Jr. (son of thur Coolly, and Wilson Pic- Academy Award-winners Lee See your TRAVEL AGENT or call our
the Robert King Seniors, 2379NW55tbSt). . James Brown's"I kett Orchestras will furnish Marvin and Ernest Borgnine. rtpraswUtivt HETLAMD STEVENS.INC.
Got That Feeling" dedicated to Mr.*and Mrs. Alfonzer music for the star-studded The picture is now playingat MIAMI 379.7691
Powell for their six anniversary, June 22 . "Etta James program. Advance tickets are the Lib-City Drive-in Thea Set Mr. North of North's Travel Bureau.
.. Security" to cute Janis E.Watts, 1875 NW 69th St. . Aretha now on sale at the usual places. tre.
Franklin's "Ain't No Way to John Dillard of BethuneCookman -
College . Archie Bell andthe Drells' "Tighten up" to I
pretty Carolyn Estes...A thought from the Intruders, "From
Cowboys to Girls," an ovation to cute teen Roslyn Johnson, LIB MIAMI
"Miss Richard Charmette" . Marvin Gay and 'hmle LEE MARVIN NOW
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday May 31, 1968 .91lA
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end 'ri1 -Metro tr a tlc courts s&ioii fa'te1r: Ii In.*.Wj>l 4(* f Jh&4feor I space,*'it offers a*w 'ro-

an Informal trial without either side having a lawyer, the director Then Dixon proposed a unique comply with the Circuit Court
I of the Economic Opportunity Legal Services staff said idea of fitting fines to the order "at a minimal cost' to
this week. income of the person; the taxpayers, he said.
Howard Dixon said only the defendent and arresting office If the Judge found the defen- "It is inconceivable the Su

would appear in any case punishable by a fine rather than Jail. dant guilty, before Imposingthe premo Court will not eventually -
He also proposed a radical fine he wquld inquire about afford the Sixth Amendment
departure from present practice Other possibilities, he said, family and incomer U he had* right to counsel to all who V 6Y DAVE 80NDU
were to abolish the ordinance ,
'which would allow the seven children and made only might lose their liberty."
judge to tailor a fine tot he under which a decreed traffic $70 a week, then the fine wouldbe Dixon said adoption of the
ability of the defendant to pay. court counsel was mandatory; tailored to an amount which two-division traffic court plan Our guest 'writer' this week is Julius Simmons, Assistant
The proposa Is eamoina redraft the ordinance toguar- punishes him, but in a way would make the county system Director, Culmer EOPI Center.
antee counsel in
memorandum to Metro Mayor cases only relative to his income" If a leader among Judicial for-
where conviction carries It is still interesting after three years of working in the
Chuck Hall. The overhaul of If the defendant couldn't pay ums of the nation
more than a six-month sen- neighborhood with the "poor" to note some of the problemsyou
the traffic court could be"the even that much, he would be
most reasonable and most tence; provide fulltime defen- given 30 days to get the money JAZZ CONCERTSAT find people confronted with But it is to me a most inter
consistent' 'of four alter- ders in each court. If he failed to pay then,a bench RANCHERAfter esting illustration of what may be done by a few people when
Dixon said his firs alter- they are aroused to the needs of local situation It is some
natives to the problem of warrant would be issued and the absence of year,
native was an easy solution times said that people are when there is
poor; an inadequacyof
his case reset lathe adversar'
everyone being represented Sunday, June 2,will open a new
which would maintain the status financial resources. Is this true? Without a doubt, this article -
counsel in traffic court.Dixon's division because he then could series of Sunday afternoon
staff recently led a quo. be sentenced to Jail Jazz Concertscoproduced is going to be criticized, but will try to paint the image
fight which made it mandatory The second would be a mere Appointed counsel would by Channel 23's Alan Rock, like I see it. Look into a mirrow and what do you see? An
stopgap measure, he said,and image of An of else What do
-- as ruled by a Circuit Court represent him there and explain and WMBM's China Valles. image someone ? you
the third would mean the hiring see? I see a poor people with many, many needs with a great
to the court what the rea-
Judge -- for the poor and any This show will feature the MIami -
of at least 15 more lawy- potential if given a chance. To name a few -- housing, better
son for non-payment
other indigent to be guaran- was. Jazz all Star Quintet,with '
teed counsel by the Public De tarial ers, each staff with and his office own secre-, In another twist, Dixon, Ira Sullivan, Charlie Austin, Jobs, Job-training programs, etc.
fender's office as prescribed space would divide the present staffor Eric Knight' Dom Mast and
needs. This would probablycost I do not wish to give the impression that nothing is being
in the Metro Charter. more than a dozen assistant Buddy Delco plus the Jazz
he said, a minimumof done' to help solve these problems but the assistance is so
In his proposal, Dixon said state attorneys into half scopes . a quintet comprised I
more serious offenders wouldbe $150,000 a year, "there are prosecutors and half defenders of Art Johnson, Billy Mil slow. You take the housing problem. This is one of the great- I
lawyers who want to take the est needs in our community today. Urban renewal and relocation :
remanded to a proposed in the adversary division. ler, Abe Meeks,Jimmy Glover
"adversary division"which lobs After an unspecified length of and Bobby ChiD.Two shows is slow. Our Federal Government has passed: bills
He said first offenses suchas time, the attorneys would 4:30 p.m. and700pm.asus- whereas a poor family with a certain income could buy a home,
provided speeders, those charged change sides of the table. ual, at aSundayafternooncon- but the catch Is...who can qualify? Most of our poor families
couldn't afford to hire his own with illegal turns no inspection If the div is ion plan is followed cert, surprise guest stars will are headed by females. Most laws require a male head of the

and a prosecutor would be on and sticker the ,like detective would no new lawyers would need be dropping by...At the, Ran- household in order to buy. So where does that place us? Right
hand for the state. to be hired, thus no more secretaries - cher Lounge, Biscayne Blvd. back where we started t : mother the head of the household;
be heard without a prosecutor and no more office and 126th Street. children to be reared; small amount of,income; overcrowded
------ conditions; landlords and rental agencies confronted with city
and county codes;high rents. How are we to solve these prob-
lems? The Miami Housing Authority cannot solve all. This is

!lP a good question for you and a good goal for organizations and
MIAMI STADIUM officials together.Look into your community.What do you see?

: MI As I look, I see needs. Isee problems of the poor, and I enjoy i
working with and for them, do you? '

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QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Sigma Gamma Rho hadawetand
'- -" ;)' muddy Saturday night initiation for five lovely young ladies
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J ...M _II J1...._ ._ J ..;;;I ./"'" '. .. "',_ .......... _,. ..". .. :_ lores Covin and Saundra Best. The initiation was held at the
home of Soror Roberta Thompson .Luther Bib is convalescing ;
at his home Gladtohave Charles Dint back at
work. He is a Job developer.. The Miami Association of wo
men's Clubs are having a night of games Friday, the 31st at

Bonded Collection Agency's Social Hall . Condolences to I
Laura Bethel in the loss of her father . Jeff Addams, Me
dina Carney and the Rudy Johnson Trio open at Cy Hall's Kings
Lounge Friday, June 7, for six weeks/That's the Four'Kings
hotel on Biscayne Boulevard ...Red Prysock in town wth the
Steve Gibson group at the Newport. . Larry Batchlar visiting -
for a week of medical check-ups and dental work. He is

with the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism in Freeport. . Willie
and Sadie Temple tickled pink to have their family down from )
Alabama for a week. mean they are all here for a family re- I
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The '.. .'.. Saturday Night/ I

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young ladies will be presentedto
society on June 1 by the Mi-

Garth C. Reeves, Jr. ami Alumnae Chapter of Delta
Sigma Theta Sorority at the
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The changes of today's fashions and styles are at a rapid More than thousand mom

pace However, I am sure that society has noticed a slight bit bers of the community have

of repetition from past designs. i aV r n1 t ti'a been invited to the 1968 Co-
Take for Instance the Nehru Jackets and the Guru shirts tillion to welcome these fine

which are the latest in men's fashions. These are the jackets young ladies to the adult social

and shirts that hang mid-way the thigh, button straight down circles of the Greater Miami -
the front with a high manderin collar.
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ladies who will give their honest opinion on the new style apparel .,w }
worn by today's men. n
shirts to Nehru Jackets the Incoming styles tug at the youth of w --- -

today's taste of fashions,yet In every situation there are likes ANNA J, STEVENSON
and dislikes about various fashions. I think the Nehru Jacketsand ii,
Guru shirts are really out-of-sight. As for how long they ; I rI" h j Bernadette Forde, Paulette
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will be In style, I will give them approximately a year since :. Gabriel, Lois Gibbs, Jac-
the styles of today change so fast. quelyn Glass, Yvonne Green,

MARION ALEXANDER, MIAMI HIGH: Dressing Is a form I" I Marilyn Green, Margaret
of art. You must appreciate leaving behind old traditions. The '; Nehru Jackets and Guru shirts signify a new revolution in the L- w: 1,.,', ,tf.;' t"" Harris, Beverly Hart,Valerie
conservative styles for men. I think the new style that's on Hill, Ernestine Johnson, Deborah -
the market for men Is wonderful. PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEKOur S kYGAIL Jones, Priscilla Jones,

PATRICIA STYLES, MIAMI CENTRAL: The fashion trends Rose Marie Jones
Miry F.
pretty girl of the week is Cheryl Murray, a senior at
of males accent the casual,breezy look. A well-gtoomed boy Lalane, Marilyn Lewis,Lynda
Notre Dame Academy. Cheryl is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
with a Nehru Jacket or shirt looks much better than a boy with Lockman, Llllie Manuel: ,
Willis C. of 5910 NW 7th Court. After high school
his shirt out. The actions and dances of today require loose- Glenda Martin, Cheryl Matthews : -
Cheryl plans a one of practical nursing. completion
year study Upon
ness to allow movement which sets the mood for a relaxed Marcella
she will then enroll in are g i s t ere d nursing course WILLTNGHAM"Elaborate ,
cool teen. The Nehru formals give a look of dignity to the youth Jenette Monroe.
leading to her R, N, Cheryl's hobbies are singing, sewing preparation has
but don't put age on them.. Well to tell the truth, It really
doesn't matter, but If the guys wish to feel relaxed don't pull ,public speaking and been made: to make: this affair

the shirts out, please, wear Nehrus. the most outstanding In the

RUTH STUBBS, MIAMI JACKSON: It seems that most definitely dancing.'J history of community,"

the new style in men's clothes today takes on a touch says Mrs. Gussie Ervln,
of the east as the Guru look appears. The look is that of the .: ": :'\ '. president of Delta.

high collar and the straight religious lines. Since the Guru Is. '1" -...... .,
symbolic of a religious teacher, I feel that the look is some '",

what inspirational in that respect.Very personally speaking,
however, I think that the look is a little far out and,should only wr, a } '
be worn on such occasions by such people.

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Home from school are Paula Wyche, Spelman ; Mary Styles .
sporting her afro dow trom Lincoln U.. ;and Emmitt Williams. '\1.\ )I

St. Paul Virginia Smith, Fisk Univ. t: b ,
Congratulations to the Miami Jackson Drama Club on their a

successful run of "On A Clear Day" ,,'
All of you kids who are planning make the scene, see you

at the Debutante Ball, June 1, Miami Beach Auditorium, and ''I
the Urban League Ball-YW-YMHA Auditorium, June 8. ;/1":, LINDA SUMNER

Reminding all teenage drivers to be careful and defensive. 1 ;. Diana Newbold, Jackie
As of May 27 (last Monday) 130 highway deaths in Dade as 'I Parker, Annie Perry, Karen

compared to 84 last year this time. Pinckney, Patricia Pompey,
A special on Channel 7 TV tonight (Fri. May 31)) 10:00, The Eleanor Reddick, Sylvia Redding
Negro Soldier in Viet Nam. SUSAN SMITHA Brenda Ribers, Patricia
Happy to see Marcella DeMeritt back In school at Miami
well-rounded program of Robinson, Shirley Ross, Alma
Central after a short Illness. social activities, civic work, Ruffin, Freenis Sample, De-
Congratulations to Clarence Smith and Emory West who have Y1''
cultural enrichment, and Sands, Lletta Sargent,
both received scholarships to Harvard, Yale, Brown and other charm development has been Patricia Shellman, Gail
Ivy League Schools.
r. hh observed ,by the debs leading :Springer.

. . . . . up to the big moment of their ,r"', o"r, ---

45 of the week: "Yours Until Tomorrow" by Vivian Reed presentation at the Cotillion. 'F .

Album of the week; "Tighten Up"-byArchie Bell & Dells

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The Vanilla Fudge, psychadelic pop group,gave a
concert at Dinner Key Auditorium Saturday night. They are
known especially for their version of Holland Dozier Hollands'

"You Keep Me Hanging Oa"written for and done first by Diana Gets Scholarship And Plaque
Ross and the Supremes. 1
Later. Del ores Louise Sands, Delores, an outstanding so-
daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Er- prano is a member of the con-

nest Sands, Coconut Grove, cert chorus, Girls ensemble,
received a $100 scholarship Triple Trio
Modern Music
5 Service and a plaque for her
yr. outstand- Masters
BRAND NEW a member of St.Paul
Guarantee award is presented by the AME Church, Junior Choir
i Music Honorary Club of Coral and Rhoer, Sigma Youth

VACUUM CLEANER :, Gables High School, in honor Group Delores will study
of Dorothy Brindle to a graduating music at Hampton
I Institute
/ II music.senior majoring in Bethune Cookman College.

Myra Stanley, Carrolyn
I Star,key, Marilyn Stevens,
------------------ addition to
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Sandra Stringer, Rosenury

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7 ft, hose TERMS I Worn i Times I Susan Victoria Smith,Denzella Thompson, Carolyn
ner Benetle Twinn,
Rug Tool I 6530 NW 15th Avenue I Denise Burnside, Collette Phyllis
White Renee Wilcox,
Uph. attachment I Miami Florida 331/17 Taswell and Linda Sumner ,
COMPLETE WITH ALL I I ,the Williams, Deborah Wilcox
Ext. wands will take their
ATTACHMENTSFREE Chairman and cochairmanof
Crevice tool I I bow-:
Enclosed please find the sum of $5.00 I the 1968 Cotillion are Mrs.

HOME DEMONSTRATION I I to cover the cost of a one year subscription I Cathlna Aklne, Patricia Dorothy Miller and Mrs.Betty
I the Miami Beverly Bell, Sonya
to Times.
I Bethel
Maria Bethel, Brenda

Call 625-1261 I Moll Paper T. I ,Brown, Christine Burke,Barbara The second annual "Ba
I Clarke, Betty Cook Cla- hamas 500," the world's rich-
/ Abbey Domestic Add,... rice cooper, Faye Council, est and longest powerboatrace
I 'Jessie Cowlns, JoyceCrad- 910this
be held June
15982 NW 27th Avl l City__ Stat........ y'r Cod. .,,, dock ton,, Brenda Lena Davis, Theresa ,year.will The race starts and

-------------------------J Eady, Sherriel finishes atFreeportGrandBahama
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the Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Miami sponsored its second of seven scheduled Spring

and poll Record Hops; an, all free activity, complimentary of the Company. Recipients
of door prizes are from left to right, Larry Ferguson, James Strong, Mr. Fleetwood
Price/ Sales and Marketing Representative with the Coca-Cola/ Bottling Co. of Miami,'
and Willie Warren. Looking on from the rear are Eva Price and Blonnie Price who

dispensed complimentary soft drinks to the happy youngsters. WAME's N/ck/e/ / Lee

was on hand to turn the sounds for the 700 students attending.

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Olinda Park Opera Reset For Tonight I

First "Showmobile Opera" perform on a portable 35-foot ducting the Opera Guild
4 debuts on Memorial Day stage complete with lightingand chorus.
through the cooperation of the sound system. Spectatorsare
-" Opera Guild of Greater Miami, Invited to join the informal Other Guild artists Include

North Dde'Boys Hear Bob Hayes- Metro Mayor Chuck Hall and atmosphere by bringing pil- Ruth Raffo, Barbara Gladsden
Dade County Parks and Rec- lows and sitting on the grass. and Lisa Quinlan, sopranos;
reation Dept. Featured performers are Joseph Papa and Edmund
All North Dade Junior High your advice to junior high Flanker back Hayes. Left tc t The free program, consisting Joan Storr, contralto, and Cava, tenors; Flora Lerman,
School boys, along with some schoolboys? A native of Jack- right In the foreground are Mr,. of scenes from Johann Margaret Boydston, soprano, mezzo-soprano, and Daniel
boys from the Rainbow Park sonville, Hayes was quite an Robert Hayes, Mr. Charles: Strauss' operetta Die Fleder- with Dr. Paul Csonkacon Green, baritone.
Elementary School, had the inspiration to the boys as he Wyche, School Principal, Mr. maus (The Bat), sung in English -
opportunity to see and hear talked to them of football and William ,Rolle, accompanyingBob ,o begins at 7:45: p.m. at MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
Robert "Bob"Hayes In a specially life as an athlete. Hayes,Mr.Robert Strapp, Olinda Park,NW 22nd Ave.and MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
.arranged group guidance grade nine counselor at North I 51st Street.
This session was just an- Like a traveling troupe of"Pagliacci" APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
session. The boys listened attentively Dade, and Mr. Charlie John-
other in the series of efforts
and express enthus- son, Rainbow park Elemen- players, the costumed THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE..
by the North Dade Junior High' Opera Guild artists
iasm as Bob talked Informally, School Guidance Departmentto tary Teacher. The young ma:11 PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!
about "How I Became A Introduce to its young pea thrilled by the personal touc)h -
Miler;' Students poured ques- ple echoes of the world about is Gary Townsel, a seven 1
tions in at Mr. Hayes who is
them. Mr. Robert, Strapp, grader.
Flanker Back for the Dallas '
Florida grade nine counselor,arranged = Picture no. two shows a
and former
Cowboys the for the appearance of Mr. group of North Dade ites and I Free ;
A&M Rattler. Hayes guide ,
target for questions such as; Hayes. Rainbow Park students posingin
the fastest alive.
on man
What problems did you encounter Picture No. One Is a scene
in your climb for in the Guidance Laboratory of North Dade Junior High will
fame? Who is the greatest present its Annual Awards Day.
threat to your record as the North Dad e. Here, the boys Assembly, Tuesday, June 4,at to near-bv places
fastest man alive? What is met and talked personally 10:30 a.m.


that peopleseldom
this achievement Inc elude
grade point average of at least
2.75 and active Interest in Uni- :""I

versity activities, coopera-
i tion, character, and outstand- visit.
ing leadership potential.
Alvis' mother Is the former

Alberta Mae Clark, daughter,
of Mr. and Mrs Robert L.
Clark of Miamiandisemployed -
as a clerk in the Internal .
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Revenue office Newark,N.J.

Mr. Pharr, Sr., Alvis' father 1D
Is a first cousin of the
late Dr. Kelsey L. Pharr of jI .
Miami and is employed by the Congratulations ,to Debra M. ." .: ;,".\'::'f' ";" ,. i '
Veterans Administration Cleare, daughter of Mr. and

ALVIS S. PHARR, JR. Newark. New Jersey. Mrs. Donald Cleare of 15740 .
NW 18th Ave., Opa-locka and
Alvis S. Pharr, Jr., son of granddaughter of Mrs.Marion
Mr. and Mrs. Alvis S. Pharr,
Thompson of 443 NW 10th St.,
Sr.was, of selected Newark to, be New a member Jersey,: who has just graduated from Next time you stop at your neighborhood McDonald's

Monsignor E. Pace High School Family Restaurant, ask for a free copy of the 24-page
of the sophomore
Vigilantes, on Saturday, May 25, held at
men's honorary at the Uni- Hialeah Junior High School. booklet"Mini-Trips for Maxi-Fun/'and see how many

versity of New Mexico duringthe While at Monsignor PaceHigh interesting places there are near here. Actually, thereare
1968-69 academic year. fSfllpp
School she was the recipientof
The selection criteria for A many awards. lots of new places to go, new things to see that

are just a day or a weekend away.

BROWNSVILLE BAND FINEST Mini-Trips can make a weekend as much fun as a

AND CHORIS CONCERTThe PRINTING vacation without the time and expense. No packing.No .

Brownsville Junior dressing up. No big plans. Just hop in the car and
High School Band and Chorus SERVICE

concert will be held June 4in, ,,
the auditorium of the school j'i. go.It's as going to McDonald's. Why not stopin
i. ,.'.. '. ,. HERE'S PROOF YOU'LL L as easy
band under the --
at 7 The
p.m. and free of "Mini-Trips for
today get your copy
direction of Mr. Charles Austin HAPPY BIRTHDAYMary LIKE OUR PRINTING
will feature the Browns- Maxi-Fun." And take your family on a Mini-Trip soon.McDonald' .
ville Soul Rock of 1968,among Earlene, the daughterof No Job Too large or Small

Chorus many others.under The the Brownsville direction of 2530 Mr. and NW Mrs.159th Roy Terrace Johnsonof Miami TimesCall !>>. is your kind of plac .

will render Opa-locka, celebrated her
Mrs. Cecelia Dunn
a number of songs including 21st birthday, May 27. Happy OX 10421 3325 NW 79th St. r .
Birthday eM I-
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, .,.' Dade YWCA Offers Day Camp,,.. 62nd St. food Fair Store To

For Children Aid Youth I

The South Dade YWCA announces 12 years Klnderkamp for 12 years) will be held in three Be Biggest Happy Center

a summer program pre-schoolers and swimming sessions: June 24-July 5, July -- ..
girls which Includes a Day camp for instructions. 8-July 19, July 22-August 2. A fourth recreation site anda Fair industrial ,relations official Clark said he was "pleased
and boys ages 6 through YWCA Camp YooHoo (6 to Monday thru Friday 9 a.m $1,000 cash donation were made the announcementof see this worthwhile program

1-Frion.i NA '1-7203 to 5 Miami Killian High announced by Operation the store site to the groupof 'come to fruition:
Notary Public School, 10655 SW97thAvenue.The Happy Miami Committee at a some 40 City of Miami of- Chairman Gene Autrey,
Day Camp rates ar $12 meeting last Friday at the Columbus ficials and community business Florida Power and Light Co.

I. STANLEY SWEETING- per week. Hotel. leaders. executive, said the target date,
ASSOCIATES The new location for the The $1,000 donation was for opening the first center is
Activities will include
program, aimed at providing made by an anonymous groupof June 1.Ernest.
')iversified Public Services sports, camping and nature fun centers for neighborhood businessmen and announced Jones, cochairmanof
crafts, outdoor games, basic youths this summer was donated
by Miami City ManagerM. the sites sub-committee,
Public Relations Consultant camping skills,. arts and by Food Fair Stores at L. Reese. said a location for a center is
Theatrical Editor Th. Miami Times crafts, singing ,fellowship, NW 62nd Street and 10th Ave Sites previously named are needed in the southern part of
special trips and events.
nue.Richard 6703 NW Seventh Ave., 7100 the city.
YWCA Red Cross Swimming D. Stickney, Food NW 32nd Ave.and930NWSecond
Chris Walton of United Fund,
16351 NW 18th Ploca (Bunch. Park) Miami Florida Instructions for slighly addi-
Ave. reported for the equipment'
tional fee.
fICIIt'ftnI1iUY Miami City Commissioner sub-committee that food and

Kinder-Kamp(3-5years) L 411HU"Your Mrs. M. Athalle Range told the supplies pledges have been
S, for pre-schoolers will be held committee, "This programhas made by Hygrade Food Pro
in weekly sessions June 17 Neighborhood' Trawl' come a long wa y since I ducts, .Coca Cola and Pepsi

}' August 23, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Agonts" went to City Manager Reese Cola Bottling companies,
.. Fee $5.00 per week.Camp will A. near to you at your with a dream about a summer three television sets by
.J be held atKendallDriveReformed f.'phono.. Give us a call.W. program and scraps of paperon Shell's City, amusement machines -
Church, 7901 N. Kendall d.llv.r. 1104 NW 3rd it.; by Ace Saxon Vendingand
: Drive. This will be a comprehensive Ave PR 98451. Chas. C.North "It proves," Mrs. Range painting and decoration by
t.r, ': I program for Manager. said, "that Miami does care.' Bud Klein on behalf of the

youngsters including: Music, Miami Mayor Stephen P. Greater Miami Chapter of
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Painters and Decorators.
arcs, ana crans, painting, interest .
walks, nature lore, re- Commissioner Range sug-.
freshmentsrest time and gested that bright signs bear-
stories.P. ing the name "Happy Miami'be
STOP! erected at the centers as

A. L. Program:Day Careto soon as possible.
'' Mrs. Betty Lou Barbieri,
help our will be
available for children six Dandruff community resourcds direc-
months thru 5 years at Kendall Bitching Scalp tor of the Economic Opportunity -
yka ck your Drive Reformed Church Program, Inc., said EOPIis
during daytime adult pro -*Thinning Hair arranging leases to keep the
gramming. centers open beyond summer.
I want to personally thank all of my many .lP' &ff Henry Barrow said "per-
Swimming classes begin sonnel and equipment advancIng -
friends and who worked hardin
supporters so June 17th through August 23rd + \ ... ... 4.1w- broadcasting as a field of
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my recent campaign for the Dade County for children and adults., Fees ) l vocation' will be supplied by
School Board. for children will be $10.00 for local radio stations. Barrow
2 weeksession(10classes( ) Insurance /e t Q lI/'1 ;S'A/4 r RElIEF IIIltN". added that WKAT personnel

To paraphrase an old Brooklyn Dodger ex- included.Adults$8.00 will be at the Seventh A,
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pression insurance Included. 1 "IfMtTOW'.hJ WVCG at Second Avenue.
Clarence Taylor of radio
EZEKIEL BURROWS For information and regis- DEEP PENETRATING station WMBM pledged public 274-0422. \ address systems for the centers -
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or funds to YMCA-Operation
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MR. WALTERS Ave. Pledges of food and
Call equipment stock the centers
should be made through United
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I New Guidance Project; Helping/ YoungstersHave I

you ever tried to fit a ; :I ;\I;:":;:' of improving their own relationships
square peg Into a round hole? , :.Ij "9ZF7.,; I with pupils. Some-

Or a round peg into a square 1d1.. ,/.,,',,,y.1:;<,,,,; < , wI1 times during the discussionswith
hole? Or a child into a school J, '. ,,t,
curriculum and a world that f the guidance counselors

just doesn't 'seem to fit him? .. which often cover things
Sometimes parents feel that outside the students' school

way and teachers feel that way lives. the classroom teacher

'and sometimes children them I1,, I Iu has a chance to observe the
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selves feel that way . as if #u, ..__ w +' whole individual rather than *.

they were square in a round the part ,of his personality he
world. !& show in school. "HOT WEEKEND SPECIALS"

This is the "why" of the AT :: Under the skilled guidanceof
Federal r
Guidance Project. the counselor, a student TENDER CHIC

Encouraging and helping }., 3s often expresses his'problems,

Children, changing the curri- cli resentments and hostilities, FRYERS
culum, pointing out the opportunities T and thus sometimes revealsthe

convincing them to cause of his disinterest,
achieve them, guiding them to
conduct or' of the
poor 1111la'ia
an adult ;world in which they conference time for Miss Margaret J. Gil-' other factors that might be affecting I' ", .. ,, LB. 23
can fit, be happy, contribute. key, left, director of guidance services for Dade school work. 't\ " ",\,
When did the project begin? County Public Schools, and Mrs. Miriam Pratt The Vocational : .. I' '; "
Where does the money come coordinator of the Federal Guidance Project. Guidance ; 'lI \ '
from? How much has been Exploration for Junior: high GR. B WHOLE

spent? What are some of the culum. Once problems are The program's'success depends ;. students .is a new addition this ,'"' ,/; ,
activities? spotted, they go into basic, on faculty involve\ year. Its design ,is to utilize ,, NO LIMITS -

,Launched in January 1966, regular or remedial readingand men and ,cooperation, o t:r 1 the senior high school's com- 1.",11
the project J is funded under academic classes where, course. Teachers assist i ii 1 prehensive facilities for de- NO OTHER PURCHASE v NECESSARY

,Title One of the Elementary; as, they begin to succeed, Identifying pupils for intensivt, veloping and exploring employable -

Secondary Act. So far, ap- school takes on new meaning.In counseling. Generally they an e skills for ninth grade U.S.: .,CHOICE /ii::
'boys and girls. Its Intent is not
proximately $1 million has cooperation with the Uni- the ,youngsters who have difficulty ' i
versity of Miami, college stu, relation to wait until the 10th grade
been spent and more than 20- education t My
dents who to be teachers when a youngster might have CHUCKSTEAK
000 children have come under plan life goals. Most'of them hav<
e lost interest in school. \
tutor youngster teach little.
its umbrella. or :no overview of th(

Largely, the money goes toward courses in various subjects.The work ,and Its demands, an d I So, some students from .
reducing the ratio of one' project J involves par- that's why the counselors hav i Dorsey are studying atNorth- Lrz'CENTER
counselor for every 250 stu- ents too. Some schools, suchas to emphasize}: the development t western High; some from Mi-

dents Instead of the heavy load Miami Northwestern, run ,ofaposjtiveself-lmageand I l ami Carol City Junior High at-

'of 400 that is usual in most guidance seminars during the bring them into contact witl I.i tend classes at Miami Carol
Dade Schools. evening hours, so that parents information. And then, hell p City High;others from Kinloch

The 12 participating schools who work can seek' counsel.In them to relate this information Park and Citrus Grove Junior -r

also are served by two full other schools, reduced coun- to the more Immediatetask I i Highs ,are feeding into Miami CUTS
selor load permits visits to the --formal education.The Senior
time psychologists and one as- High, and still others
sistant, plus 15 part-time instructors home or single or group counseling teachers are finding the t> from Mays Junior are taking LB.
with in
who work in voca parents school project a very effective means I courses in the senior. high.Randy's .

tionalguidance exploration BAKERITE 3 LB. TIN

programs.:"The project enables coun- Goal Is To Be A: Chef I SHORTENING

selors to work with the boys 39 *

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learning while they're in special series of art- CENTER CUT *ftfffy
school, and be better prepared icles on this program.)

to take advantage of vari- ';';---x.---:.:.:.:.:.:.:.: r
ous opportunities," explained PORK
"There's a boy over at Dor- r ,
Mrs. Miriam Pratt,coordinator -
sey Junior High. He's what / + r
of the project. 4
Dide's Guidance Project is '
"By that I mean not only college -, r \X:
all about. He'sasuccessstory. CHOPS
but other vocational
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training following high school. ,. _
These, were the words oi _
Not everyone can or should go y

to"college--but there is some- Mrs of Miriam the project Pratt, asshetalked ,coordinator -- r 4 ;K A : 55tWEINERS
thing worthwhile and interest- _
ing for everyone who really about the program currently r } LB.LYKES .
in effect in 12 Dade County
wants to find it. It has to be PALM RIVER
brought to them forcefully at junior and senior high schools ; vf 12
Brownsville 02:.
-- Allapattah, $1
an early age, that school is not Booker Washington,Car- i 4 '' 1 4 PKGS,

Just the place to go. School is ver, Dorsey, Drew, Robert E. .', vk

the place" where you go to Lee, Mays, North Dade and LARGE GR. B

learn _, Miami Edison Junior Highs,

For some, the first step in Miami Jackson and Miami ti

raising their aspirationallevels Northwestern High schools. EGGS3DOL. 89C
is changing their inuge Mrs 'Pratt f was speaking

about themselves to help them about Randy Jolly, a 16 year
to see themselves in a better old boy who wants to be an executive -

light and to see what they can chef . a youth, who
achieve realistically. The 12 because of the Federal Gui-
schools participate in various dance Project is enjoying a new Randy Jolly, who wants to be an executive

programs to improve the stu- and useful learning experienceand chef, is on the way to achieving his goal, thanks to

dents' selfconcept.At is on the path to his goal the Vocational I Guidance Exploration Program

Brownsville Junior High, of a good job. which enables the Junior :' '
clinic Dorsey High student to )
a glamour
for example, For that's whattheprogramis r
was arranged for eighth and all about. There maybe study cooking and baking several ,hours each day

ninth grade girls by counselor fancy terms like "Improvingchildren's at Northwestern High. LOCAL FRESH PICKED
Mrs. Bettye G. Timmons And self-image,' or
all seventh graders participated "enabling them to take a more
bee s e s; 'the easiest taking OKRA 29C .
in dental experiment positive attitude toward school
on the different types of LB.
conducted by the University "
and education, or "reducingthe
bake and the dishes
Miami. The smiles of the stu- rate and severity of discipline "we -
dents sure broadened as the "
problems. LONGRAIN
program progressed.At But what it all boils down to,

some schools speakersare as Mrs.Pratt put it, is workingwith who he makes
Randy, says
enlisted to come into the 5 LB.. CELLO 590THE
and order to ,
vocational boys B's, C's and som timl'sD'sln
school and explain
make them happy adults. other classes pulled down an
The youngsters
opportunities. "Happy adults," she repeated lA in the course this year; TENDER SMOKED
told in detail about occu-
are thoughtfully"and coitributing \ is such an apt pupil his
and careers not formerly -
pations considered open to citizens.; Mrs. Cleo Moore, Is
them, as well as new types of restaurant owners LB.
work made possible by automation But let's get back to Randy. see if she can get him sort
and technological ad- "I've never had the notionto cooking job after school.

vances. Sometimes this leadsto quit school," he says,"But
field trips as well as other some of the subjects I wasn't i'c
activities. interested in. I thought some He's on his way to becoming

There are also visits to of the things I was learning, I executive chefandtop llA66
local junior' college and col- couldn't benefit from." says the program--the oppor-

lege campuses,so the students And so, when Randy's coun- tunity'' for ,him, a junior high
"can see them as possibility selor, Leo Albert, asked if School student,to start learning -
for themselves," said Mrs. he'd like to be part of the pro- ,a trade is'the most inter- y 1 fi
Pratt. ject's Vocational Exploration esting part of school the bes

For some students the project Guidance Program and spend thing that school has done for I

I brings a change in curri- several hours each day at me."


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7 Days-8 A.M. to 10 P.M.

'Is Violence 'la The Ghettos A Mere Token ,The Best For Less At

Il[ Of Things To Come? '*

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F> The riots thathave taken attitudes about the Negro j . These acts appear to be neled in several directions.In
/' place in the black ghettos of And long after the system'itself meaningless and stupid, the Africa, they write, violence is
t this country are a drop in the was destroyed, values authors write, but while they often formalized in ritual acts
bucket of violence that will originating within it continuedto may be thoughtless,they are of rebellion which include destruction -
spill over if white America be the guidelines that defin- not stupid. "The Negro youth of property and
continues to regard them exclusively ed the attitudes of white who runs from a burning store serve as a safety waive to pre .
,I as senseless., law- ,Americans." holding a child's doll is clutching vent more extensive warfare.Thenonviolence .
:' less acts., What this meant for the Ne- far more than fifteen dol-' of Dr. "
rt: That is the view expressed gro, they continue,was that his lars' worth merchandise:he King and the Africanization of y
': .' in "The White Problem in manhood was all but taken is clutching symbol of all that many Negro Americans are
Ii America," an article lathe away from him . "the fact he is deprived of in this any- peaceful ways of expressing f
J June-July issue of Natural, that slaves were owned and thing but equal world." opposition to the whites, the
sold farm livestock authors say, but the danger is ,
History, a magazine published as (boys
by The American Museum of were sold by the Inch)were ad- The equality which Negroes. that as the goal of identity and
I Natural History.The vertised as such,and were used want, Dr. Turnbull and Mr. equality comes closer, many
coauthors of the article for breeding should be Towles suggest not so much will redouble their efforts and
are Dr. Colin M. Turnbull, enough to indicate the kind of the equality 'o f economic opportunity militancy, leading more ,
Associate Curator of African battle the Negro must have had or the equality of being violence.
Ethnology at the Museum and to retain'his identity as a human liked by whites. Rather, With regard to the riots that MUNICIPAL AUTO SALES AND SERVICE
author of five books of Africa -' being." they believe,"if we accept that have taken place in recent FLORIDA'SAUTOMOBILE
; and Joseph A.,Towles,who With this background, whatis the violence is symbolic of an months and years, the authors
has studied and done fieldworkin the function of the present assertion of masculinity or of warn that violence so far exhibited -
Uganda, and has been ,Dr., violence, the authors ask. manhood, then what the Negro is a mere token, of the \
I Turnbull's research assis' "What does the looter think he wants is to be accepted as a potential held by 'Negro '
tart is doing when he loots a store? man not necessarily good or Americans. SUPERMARKET!
"The problem," write the What is he trying to achieve? necessarily bad but, as a man, 11 If we treat these outbreaksof
authors, "is rooted in the Is he really risking being shot equal." violence merely as lawless AS ADVERTISED THI CM TILIVISION! ,.
slave system,. from which dead by police in order to get Feelings of violence,the authors acts and try to suppress themas YOU DUN HOWl TODAY :
:: whites derived a consensus of an armful of cheap hosiery?" point out, can be chan- lawless acts shouldbesup.. IMMIDIATI DIUVIRYI I if
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Beta',Tc1U Zeta-ChaPter of Zeta Phi Befas rorlty, Inc., held t d r
,its Cinderella Ball Monday evening, May 20, at the Bayfront
Park Auditorium. The Cinderella Ball climaxes the Sorority's
FINEST efforts in working with'the.youth of our communities as well
as raising funds for scholarship.
PRINTING Thirteen girls were vying for the title Miss Cinderella and
"Miss Princess." Miss Gail Mincey,a senior at Coral Gables
SERVICEHERE'S Senior High School, was crowned "MissCinderella" 196869.
First runner up for the title was Jeanette Monroe, a senior at
Mays Junior Senior High.Winner of the Miss Princess contest t
was Lynnette Grant, astudentatNorthDadeJunior High. Run- ; ,\;
OUR PRINTING ner ups were; Ta juana Davis, Pinevilla Elementary and Brenda I;->,
Johnson, a Junior at Miami Killian Senior High. t,

Quality Job; Budget Price The gala affair attracted young people through out the county i I'1_ii.'' IaiL1 .
and was well attended. Music was rendered by Billy Rolle with
w No Job Too large or Small special guest artsit, "The Sensationals of Coral Gables Highan

Miami Timts the Mays High School Modernettes.
Participating as one of the Cinderella contestants was Bar-
bara Hall, a Senior at Miami Killian Senior High, who was i
Call OX 10421 recognized by the Sorority for contributions to the Souvenir r.
booklet through Ads and Patrons only. '
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22 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, Mav ,31 19/1R .
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I NAACP Board Of Directors Backs Goals Y our

Of Poor Peonies MarchNEW

YORK.-The National opportunity for every person. President, and political, so- tect and preserve our nation. BUSINESS IN
Association for the Advance- Wo decry the obvious, cial and business leaders But we warn again, as we .
ment of Colored People last callous'' disregard by vast throughout the land to demon- have done unceasingly duringthe ' 1.1.'l' "" 11 L.
week announced Its endorse-I(numbers of whites of the plight strate effectively to all of us, long life'of the NAACP, that J mj ) ,hfi} !:
ment of the legislative goalsof of the poor. We challenge and to the, world, that we can the "American Dream' can CALL US TODAY!
the Poor People's March. every person of good will without end poverty with the exerciseof never be achieved or enjoyedby
regard to race, creed or the same scientific and any among us, no matter 6530 NW 15 Ave
A resolution adopted by the color to Join in a determined technological skills with which what color, while any of us,
1 e Association's Board of Directors crusade to enable all of us to black and white Americans, white or black, decays,deter- 6910421It's
at its quarterly meeting share in the affluent,society. rich and poor alike, have iorates, sickens, starves or ,
( here, Monday, May 20, reaffirmed We call upon Congress,the fought, and still fight, to pro- dies in the presence plenty.
Executive Director .
Roy Wilkins' memorandum oft ,y ..NOCEO/[ //plltIf01.AM.N..O N/IIEN IDI NTDNIT
May 1 to all units of the Association -
endorsing these goals,
which the NAACP has long advocated .' R .Fa F Ir f: !f:,,,: afi a'
\ and calling for assistance ,.
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by thebranches to the
marchers on route to Wash-

Meanwhile, Clarence,Mit- "
r *shell, director of the NAACP ,
Washington Bureau, has met '
with the Rev. Ralph D. Abernathy -
and other leaders of the
Southern Christian Leader-
ship Conference on the legis- w
lative aspects of the march. Ya .'
Mr. Mitchell, an experiencedand ,
successful legislative S

representative, has agreed to ..
serve as a consultant to a bipartisan -
committee of Repre-
sentatives and Senators which
was setup to work for enact-
ment of bill s designed to aid LtJ
the nation's poor by providing j

needed services.Jobs, income, housingand

The text of the Board resolution ; ; S

follows: 4'S .T19ih x ?

Advancement of disadvant- 'S
aged, often disenfranchised, S
people in economic,social and I
political terms has been the %
sole purpose and aim of the
NAACP for nearly sixty years.
To the Congress, state legis- : 4aT
.'latures, city councils, in the >. I

\\t" courts administrative, and to officers executive at and all /T : i \

levels the NAACP has unceasingly
pictured the plight of our 41e: 5'
urban and rural poor. With ;

pictures, words, statistics and ,,1p ,
rhetoric we have demonstrated -
the devastating human toll :
exacted by inadequate and
often starvation diets, slum
housing; discrimination in
employment; inadequate or no a ,
education; Insufficient medical 3 0N4
care; police brutality and

abuse; price and rent gouging;,, ,.
and the countless other waysin >
: ,",:",,
which vast numbers of our "
people are victimized.We .
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have urged, and to some : .
small extent secured,specific i i.:':';! and general economic,legal ; >'
and political remedies for

these terrible ills.Among our .,,. ., $, : ?
proposals have been universal :; /1 1
guaranteed annual income,
negative income tax, vast increases ; 3
t f iI
of housing on a nondiscriminatory -
basisand : *
assurance of educational 1/s !

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IJ" .111'Jllll'lr'lJ..1. twice titne 4 J I

I "Any where In the world
you want to go"
TltKtT.IafT Time to bring home two cartons of Coca-Cola In large sizes. Get ,'. ';\,:' .

NO MORE AT twice the economy, twice the refreshment. You can't have too a 1 1i .

i much Coke-because Coke has the.taste you never get tired of. *:' .:. yi

TiUY&L 4UHm t So don't run out. Stock up now.. "" ".' :

.., "Your Neighborhood Agent. Travel For twice the economy, bring home"

A. near to you at your
,.t.,....... Glvo UI a call r of Coke in '
"if. dot Ivor. 1104 NW 3rd two cartons large sizes. ', ,,
Avo. PR 98451. Chas. C. S ',. '. .
/ North, Manager. j; ,

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. 'Mav 31 ldBROMIRD xR 9 1

BRIE I'S II i Carver Poverty Counties Get' Surplus FoodTwelve I

By R. LUTHER BRAYBOY, SR. Ranches of the 15 Florida March. Costs t 0 a communityis by the State Department of
( counties recently designatedas only one to two cents dally Public Welfare through the.
News low per capital income counties per needy person, to store and board of county commissioners -
The time has coma for the residents of Carver Ranches to i by the U. S. Departmentof distribute this food free. in 28 counties and direct
think not what can we do for our County but rather what our By Walter Bow..| Agriculture and selected to Food assistance to needy with the Cuban Refugee and Indian -
County Commissioners have not done for us.What the Broward --. -- receive special financial as- families is administered nationally Programs.
County Commissioners have not dOle is quite obvious and the TheVFWPostNo.8195held !sistance to help in distributingfood by the U. S.. Department A total of 19,669 persons in
existing situation been most prevalent for more than twenty Its Installation services Sun- to the needy, plan to start of Agriculture Con- Dade County received
years. day, May 26, at the Fire Hall :issuing food July 1, accordingto sumer and Marketing Service. $65,783.36 of donated foods in
in Carver Ranches. Incoming E. Lee McCubbin, direc- In Florida, it is administered April.
Where our streets are concerned you could very wall say Commander Walter A. Bowe, (tor, commodity distributionfor
we are in a virtual dust bowl in dry weather and a plain mud and outgoing commander | the Florida Department of
hole whenever one half an inch of ralnconws our way. Folia Boyd. Installing officer public Welfare. CL:..., ...,.., ...,.., ..... .' ... 'P...... .-.lIt' .
was Senior Vice CommanderPost About 13,400 persons receiving JJ-7 .,j ., -."
Fortieth Avenue runs from the County line road North to 471 North Miami. Commander < public assistance and "RDAU TEMPt
Pembroke Road, crossing Hallandale Blvd.Now for some incoming Comrade I others with low income in 0
strange reason Fortieth Avenue is paved up to Hallandale covering Post No. 5693 Opa- 1*these counties are expeced to LAUDE n.

Beach Blvd., from the boulevard to Pembroke Road,north the locka was present and many :receive food to supplementtheir BY TONI SMILEY
street reminds me of a Georgia buggy trail of the late Nine- ladies from the Auxiliary.AII I* meager diet. Y1
teen Twenties and early thirties. That's not all that is strangeon so Commander Ivey Mack: The agreement to distributefood
Fortieth A venue.. From the County line road North to Hal- from Post 6346 attended from :' to the needy was recently Miss Toni Rogers of 824 NW 19th Terrace, Fort Lauderdalehad
landale Blvd., there are street lights attached to Florida Power 'West Palm Beach and the 'made between the Florida Department the pleasure of spending an evening with Solomon Burke,
and Light Company: poles,but immodiately across the Blvd. ladies turned out in full forces I I of Public Welfareand Sunday, April 28th, when he was guest of Mr. Nat Saundersand
going North the lights suddenly disappear All over this no from the Auxiliary.South BroJ: the Board of County Commissioners Mr. Guy Torchia of the Most Supper Club of Pompano
land you can find numerous things that should not exist in this ward Post No. 8195 is thank- I in 12 counties. Beach. Mr. Burke recently appeared at the Broward County '..
era of so called progress, modernization, and equal servicesto ing each and everone who at- Director McCubbin an- Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority's Jabberwock
people who populate a community. tended. Thanks to our special i nounced that in April,food was held Friday, April 26, at the Governor's Club Hotel in Fort
guests Mrs. ClaytonSmithand I The very streets that lead to our school are pock marked Mrs. Miry Saunders Both of (counties to 139,841 unemployed Club in the very near future.
with mud holes that force a child to walk through the Palmettoor West Hollywood. < or low Income persons. The Elks Club of Fort Lauderdale begins its weekend of avid
wade the water. The, water pumped from the too shallow Mr. Bernard Dorsett, Bar- The foods, with an approxi- entertainment on Friday night when the Trojan Club of Fort
wells is so foul that you can smell it the minute you turn it on. ber at Bow e' s Community i mate wholesale value of$653, Lauderdale sponsors a dance beginning at 10:00 p.m. On Sa-
A child's chemistry set will prove that it is not fit for human Barber Shop left for Nassau ;368 included dry beans,butter, turdaynight, May 4, the Royal Duchess Club will sponsor a
consumption. You do not need the U.S.Testing Bureau to proveit. Bahamas last Monday. He reported I cheese' cornmeal, flour, lard, Fashion Show and Dance also beginning at 10:00p.m. On Sun-
that he had a swell time!. I the few days he spent. He re- 'milk, margarine, peanut but- will present a Fashion Show.
Every word stated herein is factual. It is up to us to do turned last Wednesday atterj j(ter, rice, rolled oats/wheat, The Northwest Branch Young Men's Christian Association of
something about it. The first thing that must be done is the noon. I I grits, raisins and split peas. Broward County's School of Dance presents its Second Annual
forming of a committee to go before the County Commissionand The pastor of New Mace- The average value of this Dance Recital to be held on May 18, at 8 p.m., at the Dillard
put the facts before them. Then, and only then, will we be donia Baptist Church is ]food donated to each person High School Gymnatorium. Donation adults$.75,children$.25.
doing first things first. Afterwards we will be free to become planning a summer trip to St. was\ $4.67 down from $5.00 in The public is cordially invited to attend this affair.
annexed to the City of Hollywood, or Hallandale, or be allow Augustine by bus soon. Watch Elder E. J. Anderson and his entire congregation were invited -
ed to Incorporate. We have been sitting on our stools of do nothing for the date in The Miami 1 BTW 1958 ALUMNI CLASS to attend the District Missionary Assembly held Sunday,
far too long and it is down right silly of us to wait any Times. The 1958 Alumni Class of April 26, at Ward Temple in Miami. Among those attending
longer. You can reach me at 981-2127 anytime after seven in Don't forget the Saturday ]Booker T. Washington is holding were: Mother Videlia Laughlin, Sister Susie Rogers, Mother
the evening to discuss and outline a suitable program that will night Fish Fry at the Post on j a meeting of vital Importance Freddie Brownlee, Elder and Mrs. E. J. Anderson and many
bring the best possible results.Remember,this is everybody's Pembroke Rd., 4817. Come j Friday, May 30, at the others from the Fort Lauderdale area.
problem not Just a few. and enjoy.yourself \home of BettyAkers Ferguson Among the guest attending a Tea given by Mrs. Susie Rogerson
220 Saturday, April 27 were: Sister Easter Robinson of Carver
NW 48th Street. All members -
Briefs from It has been jI Ranches, Elder Knowles of Hallandale, District Missionary
a long fingernail: reliably reported I are asked to attend.Thisis
, to this writer that Mrs. Susie Daniells, principal of Carver International Air Bahamas j the last meeting before the Fannie Watson, Mrs. Jessie Mae Patrick,Elder Oliver Crum.
Ranches Elementary School is retiring after this term Although will begin operations July 20 Alumni dance and party to beheld mes, Mother Freddie Brownlee, Mrs. Ella Mae Gardine, Mr.
I do not drink coffee with Mrs. Daniells I have had the with the launching of a three- June 14. Phillip Williams, Mrs. Coreen Dunn, Mrs. Mellissa Brannon
opportunity of speaking with her on more than one occasion. times-a-week scheduled ser Betty Ferguson, reporter. and Missionary L. Campbell.
I Mrs. Daniells work and the exceptional life she has lived is vice between Nassau and Luxembourg ..
known throughout Broward and Dade County: Counties.She gave An inaugural Boeing
something to posterity. Not many como this way and retire 707-320C Jet flight will be I
with this extraordinary distinction i . The Veterans of made July 14.
Foreign Wars out did themselves last Sunday at their eighth
installation service. Many distinguished officers from within I F NEW
the organization (Pat Recigno, district commander, and Bob
Brodknun, past national Commander) were on hand. . Mrs.
Clayton Smith, Mrs. Mary Saunders, and Mr. Marcellus Cut- EMERSONTHEVISfON
ler were invited guests_ and they came? These people are
among the pioneers of our community and the fact that they
cared enough to come is proof that the VFW image has made a
tremendous change for the better .Walter Bowl is our new J
commander for the coming year and I'm sure that the best ,
interest of the post is in very capable hands for '68 and '69) -- i
. in fact Walter and C.B. Blount actually kept the post going "
through the lean years .Congrats to the ladies Auxili- : 'ETZ
ary from Palm Beach who drove down to be a part of our installation $8888
services . Congrats to William (Bill) Covlngton : .
the new post commander of 5693 in Opa-locka . the Opa- ;;: _., ,
locka Post,as always,were out in full force on Sunday last . f
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Pearl Dorsey Gaskins

It : 'I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS The family of the late, wNathaniel of Oak Avenue,a pioneer resi-

dent of Coconut Grove, diedon
May 24, at Jackson Hospital. -

,(I wish to thank Father John She is surv ived by two sons

,;' IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSThe Kieran S. J. and Father Ma- Service Mantley,Station owner of in the Richmond Dorsey

( loney S, J. The members of
In sad, but loving memory In sad but loving memory of family of the late Holy Redeemer Church AU Heights and W. C.?;two daughters

of our dear mother, grand- our dear son and brother, MRS. SARAH BUTLER who sent flowers, donations, Louise Clark, and Edna.

mother, sister, aunt and cou- telegrams J and sympathy Thompson; eight grand
acknowledges with grateful
sin cards. A children; five great grand-
special thanks to all
all kind-
acts of
--_._-- appreciation who were so kind to us duringthe children; one sister Annie;two
v r ness shown us In the form of
t "ClEM/'I sickness and death of our daughters-In-law; two sons-
ti cards, letters, telegrams, love one. A special thanks to in-law. Services Saturday at
.. I. florals
during our recent be-
2 New Baptist
Mrs. p.m.
.. Range Funeral Home.
reavement. Words are inade-
"".' . .. quate to express our feelings. May God bless all of you. Church Miami.

i . . .. Special thanks to Dr. W. A.

Patterson, the staff of Chris- The Family Owens of 1527 NW

tian Hospital and Range fun- 58th Ter., died May 27. He Is

( \:; !. :" ,.....l., eral Home. survived by his wife Miry; a i.N. 5
t May God continue to bless daughter Marilyn; a sister

{ each of you. Elsie; an aunt. Services will

Mrs. Wash- be held Saturday, June 1, at 1
Mary Dorsey ..,. ..Wi17,
ington and FamilyIN p.m. In Temple Baptist Church

Mrs. Loretta Ferguson of The U. S. Equal Employ-

--.--- MEMORIAM 1606 NW 58th Ter., died May ment CpportunityCommission
"r --. BRUCE MCCARTNEYwho 23. She Is survived by a son announced Its decision to develop -

: BLANCHE MILLER NEWBOLD departed this life May 28, In loving memory of or be- Caleb; two brothers; two sis- reporting and record-

loved son, ters. Services were conducted keeping regulations coveringthe
who departed this life May,27, 1967.
activities of private em-
Monday, May 27 in the chapel.
. 1966. His life will never be forgotten Mrs. Willie Mae Lyles ot ployment agencies as they af-
the silent slumber
: Peaceful by for the hearts that lov- I fect minority and women Job
Peaceful the so low 1920 A NW 3rd Ct., died May
; Ij
ed him deeply are the ones seekers.
23. She I s survived by her husband -
Yet again we hope to meet thee j
that will never forget. Such regulations could deal
'::' ,When the day of life Is fled; I Monroe; two daughters;a
;.; Then in h eaven with Joy to Mrs. Betty Brinson, mother Y "Ilahf son-in-law; a grand son; two with recording and reporting
greet thee Mr Robert Brinson, stepfather I sisters. Services were held Information about Job orders,
0(( .. '
4 applications referrals and1'
: Where no farewell tear Is Monday, May 27 in the chapel. ,

( shed. John McCartney, brother Fred Graves of 6320 NW 21Ave. other agency operations which)
hare significant Influence on
Ii ., died May 23.,He Is survived
the Evidence
The Family CARD OF THANKS by his parents Mr. and hiring process.
: earlier this at
Bethel Apostolic Templeand f .;1'j ,'t" , ',. E. Gibson of 3290 Mrs. Mack Graves Sr.; three presented year
_,. __ ,'.ir: NW 48th St., died{ May 25 In brothers four sisters. Final the EEOC'sNew York City
'I(, t MEMORIAM the family of the late H. : .j'v. ; ; Discrimination
IN Hearings on
\ ., ,- i >:> :.. Christian Hospital. Survivors rites will be held in Albany, ,

t 1 In loving memory of our be- L1 P :;I'>. : :'".'"" 'Y\ 'j<:'Jr.k I!>.,. ... ,' include wife Myrl; three bro Georgia. White Collar Employment

t 'loved brother and father and j. ;" ,"" ;1:,..x i.ERNEST i.",. 'f.Lt'., ..,,' :.. \.>t" thers Willie,Harquet,hezi- Jacob J. Frinks of 1391 NW tage Indicated of private that a high employment percen-
uncle kah two Charles and
-.--.....,... --,- jL\M. ; :' : : L. DAVE Emory; ; one sons daughter, Mary 72 St., died May 24.He Is sur- agencies throughout the United

I '..,(,,: '',, ''. '.. ".::: who departed this life June 2, three sisters, Edna Butler, vived by his wife Margarette; States fail to reject discrimI-
'J' four sons a sister brother
Rosamond Janie ; ; ; natory Job orders. Such prac-
:i one grandson -
I , You are nt forgotten loved one ; nieces and nephews.Ser- other relatives. Services will tices, In violation of Title VII

Nor will you ever be vices will be held Saturday, be held Saturday, June 1, at of the 1964 C iv 11 Rights Act,

As long as life and memory last, June 1, at 2 p.m. In Mt.Olivett 1 p.m. in Ebenezer Methodist have convinced the Commission

( We will remember thee. Baptist Church. Church. that further Informationon

(' Your loving smile Collis Williams of 2029 NW employment agencies'

I\ .... Your gentle face, r 42nd St. died in Philadelphia, operations is clearly required -
\S, <, No one can fill your' vacant Pat He is survived by his wife so that the EEOC can ful-
p' place. HOUSE OF ALBERT Ruth; a brother Willie; other- fill its statutory responsibility -

' Gone but not forgotten. May relatives Services will be under Title VII.

he rest In peace. Deacon Robert Marshell held Saturday, June 1, at 300 The proposed regulationswill

p.m. In the chapel. be developed In consultation
-- Smith, 10801 Gibson Dr.,
Elease Wilkerson, mother Herman Johnson of 2100 with the Indus try, other
ELDER JOSEPH LaFLEUR Richmond Heights, died in the
Leonard E. Davis father Wilmington Street Opa-locka governmental
agency repre-
JOHN H. HALL, SR. gratefully acknowledge the ex- Baptist Hospital May 19. Ser-
Relatives and
friends. died'May 25. He Is survived by sentatives and interested pri-
who passed May 31, 1967. pressions of sympathy during vices were held Saturday. '
two sisters; a brother; other vate parties. As required
., .\ Gone, but not forgotten.May their bereavement. Special IN MEMORIAMIn Richard Osburn Thompson relatives. Final rites will be by Title vn, public bearings
his soul rest in 1315 NW 62nd Ter., died
: peace. thanks for the many tele-
'\ conducted in Denmark, S. C. will be held on the regulations
lovig memory of May 16. Services were held
grams, cards, floral arrange- thus proposed for adoption.
;, The family ments and kind words of en- WILLIAM T. BONDU Saturday from the chapel.Sur Isaiah Mills of 16455 NW 162
Employment agencies are
vivors Include parents, seven St., Road,died in Jackson Hos
r who left
us May 25, 1966 currently required, in their
sisters four brothers three pital. He is survived
the byhis
Thanks to Frances Fun- Dave and
IN MEMORIAMIn Mayme Bondu, capacity as employers,to sub-
eral Home, Bishop George parents uncles, two aunts. wife Mamie Lou; three child- mJt annual reporting forms on
memory ofDEACON Wallace Arline Bishop ren; two step-sons. Services,
BishopD. Tami and Daphne Bondu, their own workforces, if they
E. Forbes and Bishop will be held Saturday, June 1
within the defined
categories -
Josie; also many other minis- Bondu Jr. brother.. Johnnie; Wilson, 2909 NW48St. at 10:30: a.m. In the chapel.
by the EEO-1 reporting
ters and friends. May God ., died May 21. Among sur- Mrs. Lizzie Mason of 1023 1 system. EEO-1 reports are

A bless you. You will always be vivors are wife Fannie, mo- NW 42nd St., died May 27.She 1 required of all employers with

: gratefully remembered. DEATHNOTICE ther, Mrs. Annie Bell Wilson; Is survived by two sons, Moses'100 or more employees and

five daughters, Adele Betty J., Simmons; a daughter Hattie
; all holders of
i government contracts -
The Family Deacon RobertMarsellSmith Rosa L., Annie B., and Mary two grandsons Norman and 1
died, May 19,at Baptist t Lee; five sons Henry, Thomas, Dive a granddaughter of $50,000 or more with
; Mary
CARD OF THANKSThe Hospital. Funeral was held I I George, Charlie and Otis; two two sisters Rosa and Victoria 50 or more employees. Joint
May 25th at Saint John brothers j lab management appren-
Baptist: George and Eddie a brother Oscar; nephew 12
family of the late Church, with House of Albert t. one sister Annie Richardson; great grandchildren. Services; ticeship programs and labor
organizations also report annually -
directing 41 grandchildren, Otis,Henry, will be held Friday, May 31,at
JOHN T. ROUX He leaves to mournadevoted -, Joyce Anthony Sandra to the Commission
3:30 in
: p.m. New Hope M. B:
express their thanks for the wife, Mrs. Mahalia Smith, Tracy, Christine, Charles, Church. der EEO 2 and EEO 3 respectively -

kindness during his Illness and six daughters, Mrs. Marie i Angles, Aletba, Mattie, ,

death. For the cards, tele- Edith Bonn, Miami; Miss i Tom rale, Cynthia/Theresa,

grams, flowers. Frances Louise Henderson,, Marie, Edward, Patricia, A., CARD OF THANKS
Miami; Mrs. Velma Stokes i George Gail
Timothy and
--I The family of the late June Norvello Lee and her
The Detroit Mrs. Ubester Carter
Family ; Roosevelt; two sons-in-law;
ED SHUMAKE Detroit; Mrs.Flora Harris, three daughters-in-law. Services children Debra Patricia, Arnold Wadsworth, Jr., and

who departed this life, May 29, IN MEMORIAM Detroit; Mrs. Mary M. Parker were held Wednesday, Arvoughn Wallace wish you to know that your very

( 1956.Will never be forgotten for In memory of Chicago; five sons-in-law; May 29, at 3 p.m. in Browns kind and most unique expressions of' sympathy were
nieces one son New York vine Antioch graciously appreciated. Being the friends have
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',' he has gone to rest. We loved
nephew; grandchildren; other shown yourselves to be, we are sure that you bore
him but Jesus loved him best.
; relatives and many friends.' our grief as deeply as true friends could. We want to

.' Servant of God well done't, John Taft Scott, 1019 NW assure you that each act of' kindness represented some

: :,. -) Mrs. Frankie Sbum.1ke,wife May he rest In peace, The 42nd St., died May 24. Among thing very dear and personal to us. As we beseech

family. survivors are wife, Mrs. your prayers for continued strength and courage, we
r Flossie ; daughter Naomi; five invoke heaven's blessings upon you. '

brothers Leroy, Govan,

?: THANK YOU DEATH NOTICE Ferdinand, Forrest and James Arnold W. Lee, St., Moorehaven & Ocala
Jennifer H. Jones, Ft. Pierce
eight grandchildren; one uncle
I""' The family of the late Mr. Robert A. Munningsb ; Book Nicholes; six nieces; five Mr.Cynthia& Mrs Lee, Ft. Pierce
1 { I Ernest W. (Cassye) Edward, Ft. Pierce
: I WINIFRED SANDS JOHNSON ( e t t e r known as Boy Mun- nephews Services Wednesday Mrs Mottye J. Lyols, Wlldwood
r. nings) of 304 Julia Street, Key in the chapel. Rev. & Mrs W. Mitchell, Baltimore
of West Florida wish to Mr & Mrs. D E (Beatrice) Chlsm Miami
: Key West, died Tuesday, May 21, > > ,
Mr. &
f thank the many relatives,r .1 Survivors Include his wife,, Robert Lindsay, 5955 NW 18 Mrs. Elizabeth Mrs. B. A.A.(Vadye Hart.fie) Morse Id, Ocala, Miami

oJ' friends and neighbors for their Hortense; two daughters: Ave., died May 24.Among survivors Mr. & Mrs. James (Willie Mae) Everette, Webster

kindness and support In our Arudbell Roker, Miami, Edna i are one daughter Per- Mrs. Dorothy Wiggins Adslde, Miami

hour of bereavement. Carey; two sons-in-law,, line. Repose Friday May 31st Mr.Rev.& Mrs. Bernard'. (Leenette) Pennlngton, Miami
VAL C. ROUKE m Isaac F. Mitchell, Delroy Beach
Ewrln Carey and Phillip in the chapel. Services Saturday Mrs Queen V. Johnson, Goulds
The Sands, and Thompso i who passed May 31, 1967 Roker; five grandchildren and I 11 a.m. St James\ Bap Mr. & Mrs Willie Mitchell, Homestead
Families The Family other relatives. tist Church. Mr. & Mrs. Robert (Katie) Mitchell, Miamitf.



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Fridoy; May 31,. 1968 25
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years ago, Reuben Jr., said,
"Let's not forget our wounded men,who fought

For us, now doomed to spend their lives in

Yes, these brave men who made their sacrifice -

Have shed their blood on seas battlefields,

__ ... ., For their freedom. and ours have.paid the .
price.So .

WINS GOLD MEDAL IN FESTIVALThe .t' we have tried in every way to do \ 1
As much as can be done for wounded men
Coca-Cola company's film "Special Men in o ",:' {I, Who daily face their fated rendezvous.We h L r .
Special/ / Marker won the coveted old medal in the A f- 's ,. Siy ,

lanta International Film Festival. The full color film Y ski i'I';i:' do not ask for gratitude or praise, llliNois Poet Laureate
\ shows opportunities available in the fields '.
soles and : ) For our reward are smiles from wounded men
merchandising. Displaying the plaque are (left to right) ( Waiting for "52" to brighten days. Gwendolyn Brooks, of'Cbcago. was ap-
Harold Hamilton, Market Development Department, pointed poet laureat for Illinois on Monday

Coca-Cola USA, a Division of The Coca-Cola Company; For every week of every year we're there Governor otto Kerner. Mrs.Brookswho won

I Michael Todd, AIFF director; Kelvin Wall, manager, 'J And will until there's only empt beds: the Pultlzer Prize for poetry in 1950 succeedsthe

Market Development Department; and Howard Zielkie/ ; '> "Dear Lord please end all wars has been our late Carl Sandburg in his post The authorof
Wilding Films, Inc., producers of the film. The first annual five books of poetry and one novel the poet

festival, held at Atlanta's Regency Hyatt House L.I prayer. also is active as a teacher of creative writing.

Hotel, attracted some 300 entries from around the world. I J" : .; .,. Gene Griener Holding classes at Elmhurst, Columbia, and

a' ) Northeartern Illinois State colleges in the

\ ....I.,....".,., Chicago vicinity.
b'''' LI Noted for her sensitive and penetratingstyle
Miami Hosts Household Of COMPLAINTSI
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I Mrs. Brooks, like Marianne Moore,

GRADUATION drop into the barbershop ., chronicles the contemporary American urban -

Ruth And Odd FellowsMiami and hear a lot of gripes scene with compassion and charm. Her

ANNOUNCEMENT about your Village and your Chief own position in the language arts Is perhaps
best summarized in her words "I like
was host to the 80th The Queen Contest was very Mr. and Mrs. David Pem- they claim should lose his stripes. own :
the concentration, the crush I like working
Annual Sessinof the District successful with the crowuingof
t ton to the
; are proud annouce with language as others like working with
Grand Lodge No. 27 and Dis- Mrs. Esther Barnes of Fort graduation of their daughter I stop at Bryson's for a beer "
i ,
paints and clay, or notes. As for the racial
trict Grand Household of Ruth Pierce, Fla., South Eastern and then I hear complaintsabout
J Dlanna:: from Miami carol City
element in her work she has this to "it
No. 16 GUO of Odd-fellows of District. The program was e Senior High School Miami your Council and your Mayor, ',' say;
is privilege to present not
my Negroes as
wonderful followed delicious about the ain'ts. :
Florida. by many
Beach Auditorium at 3 .
p.m.Saturday curious but as people.: And lastly, on thepoet's
The session opened on Mon- refreshments.The "
f afternoon June 8.
premise Mrs. Brooks provides these
6 at 8 atEbe- At Graces' and the other stores : ,
day, May p.m., J Dianna received a scholarship
business meeting was. illuminating words; "I like to vivify the uni-
Methodist Rev.A. they fill my ears with woes, ,
Church x
nezer opened at 9:30: Tuesday mornt.t to: Miami Dade.South <" versal fact, when it occurs to me.But the universal -
all the
from aggravation
D. Hall, Sr., pastor. Mrs
with Sister Edna : wears contemporary clothing
ing Mapp very
of toes. '
are sore
MIs- many ,
Clara Martin seryed as
Grand Most Noble Governor Dade 'I'1.Ytc ,.. well. She will wear her newly earned mantle
tress ofC ere monies. Mrs. > \
presiding. The meeting was with dignity and success.
pernella C. Burke gave the rm sorry that I do not please. '<'
welcome from the church. attended by many delegates, NewsMrs. or piss the acid test, "J!.' ;"
from all over Florida.The en- but furthermore I need help '
Welcome from the Businessand your NOBLE AMERICANSHave
Professional Menwas tire session was blessed Albertha William* is to get for all the best.

given b Atty. CalvinR. Mapp spiritually, financially and proud of her Junior Ushers ol f you a son that left one day.
greetings were given from: with a lovely fellowship.Next Mount Morlah Baptist Church So, when you have a gripe to make, To a land of flustratlon far, far away?

Father Theodore R. Gibson, year's session will be They made their debut on Mo complaints you should bring out, Where people face the sorrows of war:

rector of Christ Episcopal held in Sarasota, Florida. ther's Day in their new sum- Please air them at our meeting, friends, And so many wish to return no more.

Church and T. Bonivy, D. D. Brother B. C. Williams is: mer uniforms,pale gold shirts where you can rant and shout.
Grand Master; welcome from Grand Master; Sister Edna and blouses, light blue pants In this small place, we've made our stand,

City Commissioner, Mrs. Mapp is Grand Most Noble and skirts with matching' socks Gene Griener To save heritage of freedom and Liberty In

Athalie Rnage. Music for the Governor and Mrs. Mar- and bow ties. They were beautifully their land;

occasion was furnished by the guerite Thompklns is reporter. dressed. They're fighting so arduous but, so are we;
'Cause nothing's greater than feedom and
church choirs. Mrs. Mary Collier of f VIVIAN nv4 Liberty.

Goulds, along with four of her .

sons Joined the Mt. Moriah I feel that she is sensitive Dear Lord bless our 'sons while they're away,

Baptist Church as candidatesfor with inner strength of steel, .> Give then needed courage during their stay;

baptism. They will be bap- for all her poems combine And to us, the strength to accept the good with

LIFE INSURANCE tized the first Sunday at Saint life's harsh, with life's genteel. the bad, ,
Ruth Church at Dania.
Remembering also, those noble. Americans of
The white, the black, the red, the blue, the past
Anyone desirous of submitting -
and here a tint of gray;
Doesn't Cost It PaysLast news to the South Dade
E. A.
the right, the wrong, the good, the bad -
column do so by writingto
all there in her bouquet.The .
or phoning Mrs. Susie M.

year life insurance benefit payments In Williams 17516 DavalAvenue poems she writes you memorize, FAREWELL

America amounted to more than $12,000,000- Perrine, Fla. 33157 or phone imprint them on your mind;
233-0636. Tis' splendid to have lived so grandly,
000.00. engrave their message on your heart
That long after you shall have gone;
She writes for all mankind. ,
for Traffic deaths and injuries 'f'i The things you've done will be remembered,
Less than half $5,200,000,000.99 were .
: And counted for under the sun.
were down slightly in 1967, Her words are like a crystal ball, '
death payments. 6800000000.00; was but, according to spokesman visions evoke *k.
.life's they ; ,
paid to "Living Policyholders" In the form for the Travelers Insurance communion there for everyonewho + .: t. For you have fought so hard at battle, -
values disability [Companies "52,200 deaths Cloak. ;' For the country you love so dear; .
of policy dividends, surrender in wears God's Golden : So diligently you did this,
and 4,200,000 injuries one
/mature endowments, and annuity And brought home victoryYes
: rear is small cause for rejoicing. . Gene Griener
payrifrnts.tof' . L .'
,, to us th Lord gave thee,

And here in our hearts .you'll. __ 'always he,*

LIFE INSURANCE DOESN'T COST IT PAYS Will we remember the bravery. of you?
We will, yes, tis' true.



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>*'\i a1 it"1'1'!'' rector
v. 'V;\,,. '- K Fr. T. R. Gibson,
t ,' ; y Antoinette Silva reporter
t ,
t )te.i'l'i *f' > The Dlocesean Convention At Kellfs, Chapel

\ of the Episcopal Church of .j.tC*. ,.,..

'V South Florida was held May 20 ':,'i'JF!'" '
,( 22, at the Diplomat Hotel in

<- ,.. Hollywood. Representing our ,
;, \ j"j
( 1', church as delegates were: I It
.< Rev. Theodore R. Gibson, j,
Mrs. Kate S. Dean, president

of Episcopal Churchwomenand
;: : i Mrs. Verneka Silva Also

f attending were Mrs. Thelma "

i .' Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. W. J.

Stirrup, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur

i --r ..y Baker, Mrs.Albertha Bullard,

Mrs. Sweetlon Anderson, Mrs.

Ruth Walkes, and Miss Jane I I' ,'

n" e tt Inu Jn (!Efjurdf un ayII Johnson.was appointed Mrs. Verneka on the by Execu-BishopLouittittoserve Silva ." ';":" :, :.,'").. ';,

tive Board as secretary of
l The Rt.Rev.Henry I. Louttit The men will have their day Both 'speakers are native Mi-

II. Rev. Douglas Cook,pastor Rev. F. E.Sneed, pastor Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor Bishop of South Florida,administered of success on Sunday, June 2. amian's and active in church

: Eddie Gilbert reporter Joseph Marshall, reporterWe Alice Irving, reporter the Apostolic Rite Their theme for the day will work. Members are asked to

I. .....!lRllJ.D IIJ'tiP '."":- -:;-<'''''''' the men are the most "Youth Day" will be ob- of Confirmation Sunday, May be "Men As A Christian." The support the various captains.The .

't J .' ," '. successful, men In any com served June 9. Miss Shirley 26. The following candidateswere speaker for the morning ser- men are striving upwardand

'I !, '. munity because we feel we Bentley will be the morning presented; Ronald Cole- vice will be Rev. Ezekiel H. asking everyone to help

are alert. This is why our 20th speaker. Let us cooperate with'the man, Alonza Culmer, Johnny Clare, Mr. Theodore Jones, them make this a successful

\ Annual Men's Day was suc-' youth department Long Jr., Keith Moore, Philip will be the speaker for the
;.' Miss Jessie Cowin, presi- Roberts;Vanessa Anderson, evening service. Services day.Rev.
IC'J' cessful. We do,however,thank L. L. pastor
everyone for their support. dent of the Hospitality Club Marie Coleman, Elveta start at 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Retha McKenzie, reporter
and a me m b e r of the Youth Daniels, Amy Francis, Linda -
'dt Also special thanks to our
,. < leaders Mr. Dallas Stroud, Choir has been selected by Nealy, Lorna Nealy, Donna GREATER NEWMACEDONIA
1\i chairman and Mr. William Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Scott, Alice Smith, Lillian NEW MT. MORIAH
a Debutante. Smith Barbara White and
".f \ Burroughs Jr. cochairman.Our Rev. A. L. Shipp pastor
Rev. Roscoe Jackson pastor
: Usher Board No. Two is in Jewel Young. After the ser- ,
morning speaker was Evelyn Souter reporterWe
Willie Beard reporterThe
charge of auxiliary Sunday vice a reception followed. ,
Rev. I. H. Readon of Freewill are happy to see our pas- pastor and family wish
School this Sunday. Get well wishes are extended -
Baptist Church. tor doing so beautiful. He is to take this opportunity ,to
All ,members of the church to Mrs. Rosa White, Mrs.
We also thank Rev. F. well that will
improving so we
thank the officers members
who are graduating month Loretta Gibson, Mrs. Myrtle ,
: Wright and congregation of have conference
our monthly visitors and friends who did
are asked to please turn your Gilliam, HarmonCaryand
, < : Greater St. Paul AME our name in to the *secretary. Patricia Russell. Thursday, at 8 p.m. We are their part to make the Sixth
evening speaker. / asking all members to pleasebe
: Mrs. Gay is convalescing Sincere is extend Anniversary an overwhelmingsuccess.
MRS. EDDIE GILBERT We want to thank the Col- present and on time.
Special thanks to the
home. ed to the White
!: I; l' . Church Queen legial Club and their president Prayer services are held' family. Joint I rehersal for choirs following ministers and their
'. ( ) Mr. Charles B. Ingraham for 1 and 2 will be this Friday at
congregations for superb job
1 ;: The chairman and women of every Tuesday night. Let us
tribute to brother
j paying our MT. SINAI
t i'I.' Jordan Grove wish to thank pray for the sick and shut-ins. 8 p.m. on each night: Rev.Paul Free-
... Mr. Oscar Range. The Deacon's and Deaconess man and Zion William -
: their many friends and well Rev C. Albury, pastor Hope; Rev.
Mrs. Carrie Lawrence and
Board would like to thank
wishers for their M. Slater and Day Spring
loyal support Patricia Austin, rporter ;
made their final report FRIENDSHIP
I '( In helping to make our May-ites June is graduation time] Bishop Arline, and congregation Rev. P. W. Williams and St.

1(5( Women's Day the greatest thanks Sunday to Rev.night Leo, and Albury special and Rev. J. E.Jenkins,pastor Baccalaureate services will Rev. Douglas Cook and Luke; and Rev. Irvin H,,Rea-
Male Chorus and all others
t. ever, raising $4,430.77. Mrs. congregation of Mt. Sinai for Ruby Carr, reporterWe be held for the 1968 graduatesof don and William Chapel Freewill -
.'I Eddie Gilbert last who attended to make their anniversary Baptist Church Homestead -
year'squeen their helping hand. were elated toRev.Sass the Mount Sinai Baptist ,

.t was crowned again this Mrs. Pearlie Mae Sharp and of the Inter Insurance, who delivered Church Sunday June 2,at 10:30 a success. .

#) year bv raisin *1 Ann Mrs. June-ltes are now.seeking the the message for us. a.m. )t -p We will, be happy to have On the,secpnd Sunday morning

Gladys Woods won second support of They are We wish Sister Nettie Bouie Conference will be held Rev. C. Reaves, associate bacculareate serviceswill

"f, ',a, prize raising $828.W. Mrs. having a dinner the parish success' in studies in Atlanta, Thursday, June 30, at 8 p.m. minister of Brown's Chapel to present their annual

' Woods is the captain for the hall Sunday. Georgia. She is working to obtain All members are asked to be deliver both morning and recognition day at 3:30 p.m.

.;\ Willing Workers and the Captain Choir No. Two and Greater her master's degree.We present. evening messages, this SundayAt You are welcome to our Sun-

'' for the No. 1 Choir. Mrs. are happy that Sister Remember to come to Sunday the evening services we will day School 9:30 a.m. and BTU
Bethel AME Gospel Chorus
: \ ;, Martin won thirdprizeraising will end their contest in a bat Ruth Pearson is out of the hos- School at 9:30 a.m. and partake the Lord's Supper. 5:30: p.m. each Sunday;
} $578.50. We pray that the women pital and is at home. Get well BTU at 5:30 p.m. There will be an after ser- Pray for the sick, shutinsand
tle of the second Sunday '
o : } will continue to work in songs wishes to all who are 111. Breathe a prayer for our bereaved vice program the second Sun- bereaved families
in at 8
> ', unity. June p.m. Our deepest sympathy to and sick members in day In June, featuring the
: :!; I Our Revival meeting will The joint usher boards are Spiritual Molodies. The publicis
\ Beach See those families in their hour of their hour of trial they need SHILOH MEN RAISED
planning a Party.
{t begin Monday night with prayer bereavement strength and faith. invited.We .
: : meeting. At 8 p.m.on Monday your president for tickets. want to congratulate all $3,480.86
%;! June 3 will begin To the sic k and shutinshave our high school
,preaching graduates.
We want to thank all who
GREEN; appeared -
faith God.
'I'; with the Remember the
; Rev. W. K.Smith, pastor, other ourprogram.The
I. revivalist of Greater New sick bereaved and those in
CHRISTIANFELLOWSHIP Rev C. H. Smith, pastor Rev. W. M. Davis, Rev. O. W.
i Bethel of Opa-locka.We invite the armed services in
Minnie Hunter, reporterThe -- -- Foster, and Rev.Roscoe Jack
you to come out and have your prayers.
These three left us some-
; soul revived. Rev. Brown Evergreen Missionary z
P. S. pastor
thing to feast on for weeks.We'
Let us continue to pray for M. L. Nixon, reporterThe Baptist Church of 1701 NW 69 ANTIOCH BAPTIST thank Antioch of Liberty City
the sick. Visitors St. Rev. C. H. Smith pastor
are always Youth Choir will meetat ,
Rev. P.W.Wiggins,pastor Male chorus and New Mace-
welcome to worship with us. the home of Sister Sallie and the Bethlehem Baptist ,
Monday June 3, at 8 p.m. donia Male chorus for givingus
Collier Church of 420 NW 40th St
Saturday, 530pm.
will begin the two weeks re- the songs of zion.
Director Sister Mattie Simp- have merged and became one
ST. MARY'S vival meeting. Friday night is business
son is urging all youths to become body In Christ with Rev. C. H.
Rev. J. W. Walker,a former night all members are askedto
Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor a member and have a Smith, pastor pastor of Antioch will be the attend.

Adele Bethel, reporter singing good time. All members, friends, and revivalist. He is the pastor of Saturday all J juniors are

June 2, is the first Sunday, Trustee meeting will be well-wishers are welcome to Mt. Calvary Baptist Church of asked to attend.

communion will be served all Friday night instead of Mondayat join in Sunday, June 2,at 10;30 Riviera Beach, Fla. Rev.Wal- ', The second Sunday in June

day and join choir and usher the home of brother Joseph p.m. for the Grand United ker is a great speaker. the entire church will be goingto

boards will serve all day.The Dames. March. Usher Board No. Two will Mount Tabor at 3 p.m. for

pastor is asking everyone to be Rev. Brown, chairman present its annual "Pew Pastor's Installation.
out. Nixon, and co-chairman Mun- This Corporation shall be
Rally' on the second Sunday, Rev. A. M. Griffin pastor
lin with the known from this day hence to
Usher Board No. One would was pleased group
June 9 at 3 Musical and Sister
'. p.m. Cheryl English,reporter. -
like to thank everyone for reports and wishes to thank all men as the Greater New of all its active selections will be

coming out and helping them you for your first efforts in Bethlehem Missionary Baptist meeting will begin 8 p.m.The! rendered literary by the youth. ______________

celebrate their 44thannivers- this activity. Church, to be located, at 420 Please be present.On A "Womanless Wedding"will CHURCH OF GOD OF
; Sister Janie Henderson is ill NW 40th Street.
,: ary. the second also be presented by No. PROPHECY
i y The Sunday School Supt. is at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital On Friday, May 31, it is re, Sunday, we
will observe Men's Day. Deacon Two Usher Board, at 8 p.m.on
; )' still asking all parents to send and Sister Estelle A l 11 len is quested that all auxiliariesmeet James Q. Williams Saturday, June 15. Mr. James CELEBRATES 50THANNIVERSARY

: if your children out a little' convalescing at home. Both at the church with a roleBETHLEHE chairman. Adams is president.

'(i earlier to Sunday School. need your attention in prayers
F and visitations.ST. The 50th Golden Anniversary
i _, Brother Finlayson and Sis-
ter w of the Church of God of
McPhee andSister Pauline
ZION HOPE Prophecy in the Florida An-
Coakley are at home sick
nual Convention will take
I Brother Bethel is still in the placeat
hospital. Let us continue to Rev. c, W. Wade, pastor Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor the Church of God 5937 NW

!I pray for them and all other Arthur Rutledge, reporterThe Bessie Williams, reporterThe 22nd Ave., June 59.The state

I jt i sick and shut-ins. No. One: Choir cele- No. Two Usher Board overseer Bishop T. Lln-

: I t f June 9th will be a big dayat brated their anniversary,Sun- celebrated their Sixth Anniversary kous will preside. There will

) J St. Mary's. You will be Informed day, at 3 p.m. It was a success i Sunday, May 26. We be preaching, praying I and

: about this next week. both spiritually and financially. 1 would like to congratulatethem singing. A special feature at

i Remember visitors are always for a Job well done this event will be the Bishop

welcome.Our We are looking forward to The Youth will celebrate Edward L. Jones, Field Sect

deepest and sincere the revival that will begin June ...+ ,. .. their first Annual Youth Diy, to the General overseer in

: l sympathy goes to Sister Myrl 30th through 31st. The Rev. .' ....' ,...,'". Sunday, June 9. Brother David Cleveland, Tenn. You should
t Gibson and family la the death Leroy Ross will be the Evangelist --- Armstrong, chairman, and make it a .must to attend this

of her husband Deacon Charles Want you please come ::M CHURCH Sister Glennis Smith, co- feast.

.., ''I Gibson and be revived. chairman. Leviticus N. Cox, reporter.


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday: May 31, 1968 27

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Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor A. Randall,pastor d
Loraine Fuller reporterThe The women of Mount Calvary -
Annie Vassar, reporter\ ,
Baptist Church are pre sa
No. Two Usher Board
YPCL is held each Sundayat
and senting a "State Tea' the first
pastor wish to thank all r
5 All of
p.m. our youth, as
participants who attended :well as adults are invited to Sunday in June, at 3:00: p.m

N their anniversary on last Sun come out.Beginning. in behalf of Women's Day.The

day, and helped to make it a Saturday June 1 public is invited.A very inter-
T success both spiritually and j the church plans to organize esting program has been plan
financially. Money raised ned for your enjoyment. Mr.
1 their youth department. All of
was $492.63. J. T. Southall a teacher at
our youth who are interestedin
There will be a dinner sale participating are urged to North County Elementary will

at the home of Sister Bernice i be present next Saturday even be guest speaker.

Person 1090 NW 39th St. Saturday : Miss Emily Bernard chair-

June 1, in behalf of the ing.On Thursday night the man Mrs. Mary Wright cochairman -

j Junior Usher Board. You may I church will hold its monthly and Rev.Samuel

call 634-4072 for delivery. I conference. All members are Atchison, pastor.CHRISTIAN .

Dinners are ready at 12 noon, I urged to please attend.

donation $1.00. Don't forget to pray for the

Rev. C.J.Jackson,pastor Every member is asked to :sick and bereaved families. SCIENCE .., ,

Here we are again at the attend their weekly meetings,, .
also prayer meeting and Bible "They that war against the
tim< of year that we presentour SECOND BAPTISTRev.
pastor's appreciation program class Thursday at 8 p.m. .shall be as nothing, and as a

This program is sponsored Remember our sick and J. A. Feguson,pastor thing of nought. For the Lord
The women of Second Baptist thy God will hold thy right
by the Pastor'sAid Club shut-ins with a prayer,a visit, .
under the direction of president or a cheer up card. Church, 11111 Pinkstoi, hand, saying unto thee, Fear

Irene Stirrup. It will be Drive, Richmond Heights, invite not; I will help thee.' These ,

you to our third annual. verses from Isaiah are the ..., ,,
held on Sunday, June 2, at 3p.m. v -
NEW FROVIDENCE Women's Day observance,, Golden Text of the Lesson-
in the church auditoriumat
1809 NW 5th Avenue. June 9.Morning. Sermon to be read in all Chris- Johnnie Lee Walker, 13-year veteran bus operatorin

services, at 11:00, tian Science churches this Miami, has been selected as the Metro Transit
We will be looking for Rev. C. J. Burney,pastor
Seabrooks Arsula Edwards reporter guest speaker, Mrs.W.K,'. Sunday. The service is open to Authority's Qnver-OI-The Year. His name has also been
reporter. ,
Holy Communion will be Smith of Opa-locka Evening: the public. submitted as a nominee for the Florida-Driver-Of'The

served Sunday in our evening services at 7:00,guest speaker Year competition at' St. Petersburgh during the Florida

service. Mrs. John Anderson of LIberty Bus Association's annual convention. The winner there

MARTIN MEMORIALRev. Revival meetings begin June City. Hoping to see you,. MT. ,CALVARY will be announced this week. Walker' recorded 23,000

3. Prayer meeting and preach Mrs. John O. Smith, chair- miles in 1967 with 100% evaluation records. He was
will be dinner sale chosen from field of 1 11 J Walker lives,
There MTA
R.H.Johnson,pastor ing services from June 10-21) man. a a operators.
26 was at the church the second Sun- with his wife and two children at 1910 Rutland Street inOpaocfca.
Last Sunday, May Rev. W. M. Boyd of Albany,,
Ross MORNING STAR day in June. The entire pub- / .
Men's Day. Mr.Ray Ga., will conduct the preach

chairman and Mr. John Byrd, ing service. Plan now to hear Elder Walter Butler,pastor lic is invited.A .
bus tour is
co-chairman, wish to thank all this great evangelist.The being planned
Our "May Tea" was indeed I
participants who helped to Youth Dept. is making a success. May we take : June 6, to Key West. The fares CONCERT AT FIRST UNITARIANRev.
is $6.00.ll dinners are free.
make the a success. for their Seventh
program preparations time to thank our public speaker .
Although the weather was Annual Youth Day, which will Mr. Joseph R. Marshall oj;f William Washington Expressway at Sunset Drive),
crowd turn will give a concert on Sunday The concert will begin at 10
inclement, a good be observed the second SundayIn Saint James A ME Church forgiving
June 2 at the First Unitarian a.m. and proceeds will be
ed out all day for services. June. Give them your sup an inspirational speech. ,
Mr. Robert Sims, Directorof Church, 7701 NW 76th Ave. in given to Florida Memorial
to the
port.Funeral many young people ,South Miami (Just off Palmetto College.
the Dade County Community services for Sister HURST CHAPEL

Relations Board, was the Pearl Gaskin will be held Saturday present he has set an examplefor ..

morning speaker.Rev. at 2 p.m. The church our young people.We Rev. J. B.Garm'Jn,pastor

West, pastor of Bethel sends their deepest sympathy would also like to than.. Jean Townsend, reporter James' Draperies A

Baptist Church in Richmond to the Gaskin family. the other members on the program Sunday terminated Women's

Heights, was the evening Continue in prayer for our Sister Gloria Worth], Day, it was a great success, u r

speaker. sick, shut-ins and bereaved the M c C lei n girls, the Girl l l Mrs. Willie Mie James was & Service c:

Although the men got off toa families. Visitors are always Scout Troup 703, Dianne But- crowned Mrs. Hurst Chape: .
slow start it is felt that the welcome. raising the highest amount oj: Phone
ler, the Talbot children. an day was a success both spiritually Mrs. Walter Butler. $536.00; Mis. Juanita SpencE

and financially.Don't GRACE second", $315.00; with Mrs,,
forget the sick and Catherine Moss $210.00.The BEDSPREADS DRAPERIES SHADES


Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor CATHOLICOn wish to thank everyone prices trimmed fit your pocket

"The Fear of the Lord is Sunday, June 2, Bishoj)I who made it a success. May You will like the way we do businessIn
God bless all of Total
-" NEW BETHANYRev. you.
the beginning of wisdom" N. A.Derrick, will administer -
(Proverbs 1:7)) This will be amount! $1,630.00.Please your home at your convenience
F. L. Carter pastor the Sacrament of Holy con-
for sick and
There will be a sale at the the text of our Sunday morn- formation, followed with the pray our Call for Appointment 235-8816

homo of Sister Katie LeFloreon ing sermon,"What is the foundation Solemn Benediction of the shut-ins.

Saturday, June 1, sponsored of the Christian home?" Blessed Sacrament, at 5

by the No. 'one Choir. In June and July, the sermons 0'c 10 c k, at the West Indian

Saturday at 5:30p.m. the No. will be from the book of Proverbs Catholic Church, 1590 NW 54th

One Usher Board and the Jr. centered on the home. Street. The public is cordially

Bring your Bibles and friends, invited.
Usher Board will meet for re-
hearsal. please. George H.Sturrup,reporter

The Choir will sponsor a This Sunday, at 7:30: p.m.,
sale at the church Saturday at we will have an appreaciationservice

8 p.m. honoring the United FIRST EMANUELRev.

The Gold Coast Missionary Presbyterian men and the Wright pastorAn
of Trustees.Congratulations. J. E. J
Baptist Association Seminarwill invitation Is extended to
to Mrs.
be held at New Bethany, you to worship with us Sundayin
Roena Livingston and Zone 4,
June 3 June 14th. Everyoneis the YMCA where the feastof
for the splendid social, "The
invited. Motto "Study to the Lord is going on.
Modal Tea of last Sunday. It ;
show thyself approved unto remember the \
Let us always ,
was one of the fellowship high. Volunteers ForWomen's
God workman that needeth
a boys on the battlefield fightingfor
of the .
not to be ashamed, rightly lights year.VALLEY our country, and the sick

dividing the word of truth." and less fortunate when we bow

Please pray for our boys in GROVERev. to pray.

the armed forces. J. Torrence, pastor Auxiliary I

Evelyn Ferguson,reporter NEW ANTIOCHWe

DRAKE MEMORIALRev. thanks' pastor the members gives special and his; will begin Revival meet- "..

ing starting Monday, June 3,
for participatingonhis theOpalocka
J. w. Dunn, pastor friends at 8 p.m. Asking everyone to at

The pastor, officers, and anniversary. and please come out and be with
members invite you to attend On June 7, the pastor J

the Revival Services that will church will render service at us.To all our many friends,we .
begin on Monday, June 3, and New Shiloh Baptist, have in our new church,on the : GeneraleHospital ,

end on Friday, June 7. pastor.Men's Day is now in corner of 7th Avenue and 47th
Sr. will The
Rev. W. F. Tanner
it will end on the Terrace.
preach for us during the re. progress, -
Bishop J. W. pas
vival. Prayer services will fourth Sunday in July at 3 p.m., "
begin each night at 7:30 p.m. the public is invited. .
the sick and .j'
Don't ,
Please come out and hear this ''
man of shut-ins. GROUND ", "
God. 'I'_ :
The church extend sympathyto BREAKING FOR :' ' '
1 ::
Sister Alice Knowles who NEW ,ST. MAtTHEWSThe .;.,;AYfPhone Mrs. Dames ! ;' ",. .
buried her uncle from Ebene- CRUSADER v

zer on last Saturday and Sis- Ground Breaking for 'i : :
Rev. C. Dixon, pastor the NewSt. Matthews Missionary "t.: : : : ;
ter Mozell White who has returned 4 . T.: .
Marshall reporterWe at its future at '
Church '
after her nephew Flossie Baptist , ;'J' 'I.' t 'f\\" --
burying '
are asking our many new site, 2401 NW 61st .' ,\ J, ,:. . "j, .
in South Carolina. 1 .
!;oIQ( \. .
and visit with ,' -
Don't the Boy Scouts friends to stop by at 4:00 p.m. June 2. Rev. Edwards 1
forget ( :
moderator of the Sea- "Of" __. .;'fj : \\ ... v'
at 9 "' ,
will meet on Saturday, us.Join .1 MU 5-2467" . . "
a.m. us in prayer for the sick board Baptist Association 1 "y i i:, I/I ,/ \ I ;

Please visit the sick, and and shut-ins and those in the be in charge. The public is in-

shut-ins. You are welcome to armed forces, at?""7 r..W 65th vited. Rev. N. F, Clark is the

visit with us. Street. pastor.

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.: 28 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 31, 1968Spearing .


',,;" wittt..1, I Liberty City Eagles Lose PairBy Looking the 1

: r. ARNOLD DAVE. With the game against Cen-
"" ; ., ( tral Bible,the Eagles had a 3-2
; ITS After winning three straight edge going Into the last Inning. SPORTSWORLD

'. ( .. games by large margin's the The first two batter's struck .,
Liberty City Eagles were held
.. .'Ii out. The next batter walked,
; ..
to to five hits in two games by and the next hitter smashed a

BY HARRY SPEAR their opponents to even their home run to win the game. The

record at 3-3. The Eagles Eagles had taken a three-run Over .I
were beaten by Alex Sundries lead in the second inning. BY .ARMBRISTER

,I CYRIL BAPTISTE' IS ATHLETE OF YEAR 8-1 and Central Bible 4-3. Singles by William Clark and --.. ,

;" A turnout of over 300, including your sports writer, attended In the game with Alex the William Cox preceded second
::: I' the Miami Herald's Awards Banquet last week when 28 Ne winners scored six runs in the baseman Sam Rolle's three RECREATIONAL GROWTH CAN STIFLE

.( gro athletes received plaques and trophies for different events first inning. A bunt single plus run homer. The Eagles were CRIME GROWTH IN COMMUNITYThe
--, <' From Northwestern, Ray Mathts, football;'Johnny Bectom,, two walks, three-run double held hitless the rest of the

,} . Theo Bennett, Sid Holland,Willie Lightfoot,Earnest Saunders, by Doc'Red' Walker and a passed game. The Eagles play again voice of a community crying for help is the situation
I British Tharpe, Coleman Thomas Ulysses Washington, all 1 ball plus a two-run singles Wednesday and Friday.
I Opa-locka In North Dade County.
i track stars. From Coral Gables, Craig Curry, football, Nat t: put the game out of reach Currently the Eagles cross
has rocketted upwards in the
Willie Amos' single and a town rival Alex Sundries is This area really intellectually
t Cofield and Gerald Tinker, track. From Jackson Leroney ,
past two decades being snugly surrounded by two colleges and
l Houston and Robert Hutchins, football.Oscar Anderson,AmosMachanic : triple by James Hunt prevented leading their division with a
shutout. making room for a third, a high school, several junior high
d and Roy Williams, track. From Curley, Cyril Bap- 7-0 record.
\ schools and almost a dozen elementary schools,thus assuringits
tiste and Homer Lawyer, basketball From Mays, Charlie Tr thousands of citizens the aid to keep abreast of all those
t( Clarrington, football,Albert Hannah,basketball.From Killian,: l!P.i i ii i arkod ..jS'Need I' Y YS who have a quest for knowledge.This .
:: Robert Black Darryl Simmons Porter .
Anderson .
: Larry .
> If' IL \ is good for the community? is well accepted in the
4' ..) Thompkins and Ken Thompson, track. From Carol City Coral, Roy] _"""I ,.t... .Who Will' H."littJ.I locka area; but yet we find something to be missing -Opa-the

; Carter basketball, Rudy Daniels, wrestling. From .. ... ., ..,.,, .., beta the existence of adeauate
Gables Bertram Taylor football. MIJir.n.; 1J.[.,'I. ,. . ,". ,.... ,. (1".. .. ',"', '.','' 'ri.,"",..j'. ., .". ."I"/l.f." >. } missing rnmnonent recrea--
i ;" ' tional facilities to take our thousands youths off the streetsand
Some 44 in "helmIts!
All these athletes have something to be proud of, and are a boys; ranging ; two dozen: uniformsand
from 8 to 16,gather every two roisin by so doing deter the unwholesome nuisance of crime and
: credit to their schools and community, they received an outstanding caps,
day on the playground at Primary The shouldbe social deterioration.
I ovation from all who were present. Altogether there! community
School In a vast community such as this there should be at least one
'C" Community
proud to know that these
: were 105 athletes who received awards.This is one of the en
for the purpose of playing boys have already been offer- park where tired minds can relax, or tensed bodies can loosenup
couraging events to take place every year.It was the Herald'sfifth :
I baseball and soft-ball. Herein ed their first chance to in with desired recreation.
year, and each year it gets bigger and better. I can't help I play
\ but praise an event of this type. a wonderful opportunity for the the City of Miami Little Lea- Many supplications to the powers that be, have been made
I but to no avail- here is that the old of it is better
community to prevent Juvenile as soon as are>. hoping adage
,;: I Bob Griese, star quarterback for the Miami Dolphins, talk- gue games they
," ', ed on the Importance of community contribution.He was a big delinquency by helping these properly equipped.Any to be late than never holds true.

'c <; : hit with all who attended, as per usual your sports writer was! boys acquire the following person, organizations,
I-;i, introduced by none other than the great Red Barber. equipment: or clubs may feel free to donate SOMETHING NEW IS BEING ADDED TO THE FAMOUS 500
{ I' Two dozen baseballs, one any portion of the equip-
; Baptiste was presented Dade County high school's highesthonor
half dozen softballs, four cat- ment listed above. For further Will turbine engines remove the pistons in the future? A good
r : by The Herald's Executive Sports Editor, Bob Elliott,
chers masks for place to look for some of the answers is where stand-
seven gloves information, call Cliff Mat- many
: \ marking the first time an Archbishop Cur ley athlete or a play-
right hand players four glovesfor director ards for the automobile have been set for to
er who excelled predominately in basketball has gained the distinction. thews, community school many years up
I) k}, left hand players, four at Primary "C" com now- at the Indianopolis 500.Already in practice the turbines
( I .' mitts, catcher, four first munity school, 757 NW 66th St. have been placing in rapid sequence in front of the pistons and
{ .:) X DOLPHINS QUARTERBACK CLUB TO MEET baseman mitts, six batting Phone 758-3852. the gruelling test of speed and endurance is yet to come: on
'f' Memorial Day. These could be the of the sounds
. .. . .. . .. .. . . beginning new ,
; Football is in the air--talk about it, that is. First luncheonmeeting -- -- - - - - - -- shapes and performance of
- - of
- - -- -- -- -- -- -- our cars the near future.
of the Miami Dolphins Quarterback Club's 1968 season

< will be J u n e 6, at the Everglades H o t e 1,club president Bob Palmetto Black T GIVE IT A COLLEGE TRY AS OSU IS DOING
':r v' Gallagher announced. Coach George Wilson and Dolphins'

president Joe Robbie will be special guests as will new draft Students TalkInNegro This summer the athletic department of Ohio State University -
'j signees and top players of the team. Stage will spend its own money to conduct an unusual experimental -
\i In addition, highlights of the Dolphins' 1967 season will bet program that merits close attention from communities -

: % shown Costs of the noon lunceon, open to all, Is $5, but students at Miami Palmetto Senior High stageda everywhere. Using OSU facilities and coaches, the athletic -
reservations must be made in advance by phoning 377-3171. department is offering to instruct
talk-In Monday to, discuss alleged discrimination in boys and girls betweenthe
MARLINS WINNING 2 OF 3 GAMES social clubs and in the cheerleading and nujorette'corps. ages of 7 and 17 in anyone of five sportstrackgymnastics -

basketball, swimming and wrestling. .
/;: Owning to the Marlins being on the road all this week I don't The complaints of the 60 Negro students were simi "The needy will have high priority,but we think we can take(
have to much to write about them, will say this up to writingmy lar to those voiced by students from Miami Edison High care of whatever number comes, says Athletic DirectorRichard
column they have won two games out of three which is not School last Friday when they staged a quiet, peaceful Larkins. .

a bad percentage. They are keeping the good work up. This sit-in. The football and basketball programs will subsidize the cost.

> :' weeks schedule thru Friday, May 30 and 31 Marlins vs Orlando The program will run from June 24 through August 14; two
S Saturday, Sunday, June 1- 2 Marlins vs. Daytona Beach. All Palmetto Principal Robert Moloney invited the students or three hour sessions in each sport five days a week A great
j,\ J: games start at 7:30: p.m.Sunday game at 6:30 p.m. For resr- into the school auditorium to air their complaints. number of teenage instructors taken from the student ranks
,.3 vations call 635-5395. The students elected a six-member committee to work will be assisting the coaches.
< with school officials in
solving the problems which pri-
I Larkin is taking a realistic view of his program and insistsit
marily center around lack of in
'r:, MANNY ALWAYS ON THE JOB representation school is not designed merely to cure the Ills of society_ but rather

f.,. 1/ I groups. to help the youth.
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'.. ; nanny uecastro, special Offer Moloney was later praised by the district superintendent We wholeheartedly concur with his statement that kids who
at the ball park,has been doIng for his careful handling of the complaints of the are shooting baskets are unable to shoot guns.
S a tremendous job of parkingcars students.

directing traffic in and out Wx BOYS CLUB IN MAKING
of the lot. Keeping the kids from

stealing or breaking into cars. Negro members of the Boys Club of Miami can be countedon
He is an old hand at this. He
for one thing,according to Executive Director F. M. Kline.
has been employed by the Marlins They show up at game times regularly, and "are real users
and the Baltimore Oriolesfor of the club facilities." Leonard Usina, BoardChiarman of the

six years. He is very capable Peoples Group of National Banks, has proposed the establish

and well-liked by all who ":' ment of a third Boys Club unit to add to the two already in
come in contact with him. The t 1u operation.
Durney's are well pleased with

his operations. + rr. Alt, "Tournment Of Books"


Craig Curry, Coral Gables All-State quarter ack, ,gave fans ...: Summer Reading Program"The

an idea of what the Hurricanes rooters can expect. In the recent .. ....oitielave. .: .,,"e., ; ::""' .
'. Gables' intra '. Annual Summer Read- discuss
I i Seniors-Varsity -squad game, Curry scored them with a children's
l >, > two touchdowns in the 17-0 win which he engineered. Curry Ing program of the Mia mi librarian at his library and

'. kept his cool throughout the game and time and time again hurled : f,). !t : 0 : Public Library this year joinsa keep reading record. The
beautiful passes to put the Seniors in scoring position pJe statewide theme, "Tourna- handsomely decorated read-

,t Others who showed well in this game were juniors Bertram '" ' ment of Books,' according to ing record will form a color-
,I : Taylor and Gerald Tinker. .: l 1 :,,., \ (!rY., :':Y:9.Mj.WJthQ: ;:: ,, Mrs. May H. Edmonds, Coordinator ful chart in libraries duringthe
. fe:2-J;: : S3a: of Work with Childrenand Tournament and will be-
'' :! I } W Young people at the Miami come the property of the reader. -
(t H i Public Library, who was on the In'add it ion for all who
/, Although the greyhounds generally run truer to form at Biscayne : : .' .,. '. .<,' ,: committee to plan this large
the of
:' < complete requirements
: .
tt! ..* the track currently is enjoying the most consistent rac- ''Q" '. "'U. 'Ar\. ::1.1. 1' .... ',' :',:.' '1-; '. scaled children's activity, eight books during the eight
:: i lag in its 41-year
history. which is a first for Florida weeks, a certificate will be
At the present time, the percentage of winning favorites is public libraries.
/ awarded at a at
: : an extremely high 3806. The national average, at both dog and JCeN; : ; The Tournament of Books is front Park Auditorium program, on Bay-July

f.,I I., horse tracks, is 32 per cent--and it rarely varies far from 'S'EAFd RI sponsored by the Florida State 27th at 10:30 a.m.
: that figure. Library and will be availableto

The percentage of favorites finishing in-the-money also is ., .. all libraries in the state. "The Miami Public Libraryhas
I ,at an all-time high with the post-time picks running first, second ; ' Posters, membership buttons
held successful Summer
;; j or third 73.54 cent of the time. : ,
per 5759.W" 27th Ave and a personal reading record Reading Clubs for fourteen
I For the first part of the still-young meeting, the best dog .. ... . : to be filled in by each participant years in the Main Library and
;M at the track Is Ray Handle's Inaugural winner Strictly. AfterI will feature designs of Branches," states Mrs. Edmonds -

,winning the opening-night feature, Strickly went on to capture knights, ladies, castles and "This year plans are
I I her next four races but in trying for five in a row she was be- . dragons.
635-4794 to staff several Bookmobile
,: set with early trouble and had to settle for second place. Here in Miami the Tourna- stops with children's librarians

In the pup division,0.' K. Duke's Anguished and Rolling Rock ... ,..... .... ..... .. ment will last from June 3 thru so boys and girls may
Kennel's imported Touch and Sew appear the best youngsters July 27. Each
boy or girl, participate on some Dade
" so far who nave broken Inat the meeting. Both have been winning Mr. Day. Does grades 4 t o 9, who joins will County traveling libraries also -

;A t I by large margins In moving up the grading ladder. make his own choice of books, .


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LOUNGES 18 Years of Responsible
Bookkeeping & Tax Service I 4400 NW 7th Ayonue LOUNGE: 0. :ULME R The Community MUFFLERS
1730 NW 57th Street. Earl' Edwards, Prop. Public :
691-2114. Accountant WI'hen Buying or Building
BARBERSHOPSBASSMAN 6800 NW 15th Avenue Phone. 633.3735
Live Entertainment Weekends 5264 N W 24th Avenue STANLEY

John 6580 Hoskins NW 22nd, Jr.Avenue, Prop. AUTO REPAIREDW. RECORD SHOPS ( PL 1-3604 1
6265 NW 7th Avenue Built on Your ,
; Latest,Hit! Records & LPs Lot or OursAttractive
A I.h I-
5843 NW 17th Avenue UPHOLSTERYAL'S rat I on. and
696.3515 4382 NW 32nd Avenue UPHOLSTERY AdditionsLet
635-4210 5509 NW 7th Avenue us Demolish
LORY'S FASHION SHOPS 759-8907 Your Worn OutHouse
6112 NW 7th Avenue and Build
4740 NW 7th Avenue t.. FORT CORP. Home ,
FUNERAL HOMES 754-0655 871 NW 7th St. Box 1119 Call Us for Facts About ;
RAHMINGS EVERGREEN Hollandale, Flo. Building p
MORTUARY Phonet 927(1927 Good Bank Financing / I
1744 NW 3rd Avenue Percy Hepburn

SHOP Dade Federal Bldg. Licensed Insured
5770 NW 17th Avenue
NW 15th
Avenue 5800 NW 7th Ave. Suite 214BookeeplngAccounting 633-4300
691.4343 691.9850 888 N. E. 79th Street
Miami I, Florida

6701 NW 691-9151 15th Avenue CLEANERS -...................................,
Repairs and Alterations Any where In the world
LAUNDRY & 4653 NW 32nd Avenue you wont to 90" 1 1 III !

CLEANING Phone 634.9257 TtCKHS' tafT COLOR SPECIAL os .


1 Day 4842 Service NW 27th- Alteration Avenue EMPLOYMENTLocal fIe1t'IWjITRAY Id I

Phone: 634-9251 & Out of Town L 2aREla ... ..., 1 0
DE SOTO CLEANERS 502 NW 54th.. St. 757.7674 Ho ?,r0V Horn* $ji8j.dki |'
Miss V. Color
1515 NW 62nd Street "Your Neighborhood Travel 696.0862 Agents" .

PHOTOGRAPHYJOHNSON A* near to you as your Only
J. ti. COPELAND telephone. Give us a call. t O $4.95 i
OF MIAMI CONSTRUCTIONGeneral We deliver. 1104 NW 3rd
1186 NW 38th Street Contractor Ave. FR 9-8451. Chas. C. O .
635-4748 2939 NW 634.6233 48th Terrace North, Manager. 0 2 FOR 1 1O :

DOCTORSDR. Additions, Flarm,bedrm, bath .

I Glamour Studios I

Hours: Foot 5:30-7(30: Specialist( all,day So r. HENRY'S WINDOW WINDOW REPAIR SERVICE ": : M.1 6215 NW 7th Ave. !

5722 NW 17tK'" Avenue Install, Repair Windows 'Q $
Phone 693-0818 Operators, Screen, Glass OOUOL!ACTION ( DAILY 12 NOON TO 6 P.M. PL 9-5431 i,
Licensed, Free Estimates RS GMT Ma2 ..
635-9869 l I.sse.oeeeeoeoe.eeo.e....eoo..o...eee..
.. -f Olt ES IIJ '
, Learn a lifetime Profession for just pennies

KING THE TAILOR"The J Expert Barbering Expert Processing
: 'V ,Expert Wig Styling
," ''''.
Pants King" \' SAVE UP TO 40% Both Women and Men are Welcome

L1t1': ON Night & Day Classes
6129 NW 7th Ave. .

BILLY Introducing SIMMONS Auto Insurance Jackson Barber College

Pants Made to Measure Any Style Liability PhysicalDamage
New Photographer at 6225 NW 22 AVE. 6919335Res.
From $19.95Fast
: 688-8 310
House ofPhotography SR 22
Service Perfect Fit Guaranteed FilingMo Mr.
W. Jackson: Hi i rector
Thousandsof Patterns for Your ApprovalHOME : One Refuted

4930 NW 7th Avenue Finance Charge



BUSINESS 159-4603
ADS (South Door)
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0 Phone:754-4951 3797735TED
RESULTSPwq 5941 NW 7th Avenue



Buy firs class Insuran Phone: 633-3084 or 634-9349
22 filed immediatelyCompare
Miami florid Us With Oth.rell!! THIS YEAR'S GOAL IS 2,000 NEW MEMBERSFor ,
INSURANCE PROBLEM information on how you can (join the, Greater Miami JAMES C. WILLIAMS
r Urban League, phone: 3773682.
Notary Service Land Clearing, Landscaping and Bulldozing
4340 N.W., 7th Avnw Trees Cut and Trimmed
Mud Fiends
r EARL CARROLL Top Soil and Fill
of Fla.
Ins.Agency I Light Paving and Wrecking '
4602 NW 7th AVENUE N r

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'Since 1949"THE V8 AUTO INSURANCEImmediate


5841 NW 17th Avenue 2498 be fooled by low down payments for applicationswhich
w. O. P..rnWE We have
Expert Funeral Designs do not give you insurance coverage.
WIRE FLOWERS MAY ONLY been In business for two generations and take prideIn
THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL servicing our customers with honest explanationsand
ANYWHERE honest answers. We Insure you with companiesthat
I*00 MMimw 10% Reduction on DUMASe give you the lowest possible rat...
PHONE 693.4531 MILNER 4181 S.W. 8th ST. q. GOODMAN & SONS j
Night: 621-6056 Phone 444.3566 2633 MU 62nd ST. OX l-n3! nTHE


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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, May 31,1968

'\:; 'f VOICE I FSES's Headquarters For Summer JobsEach 1 CARLTON REALTYBroker

spring a young man's ells to help youngsters in find- Clearly, all roads leadingto
\r r" fancy turns to summer Jobs. Ing work. Channels 7, and 10 summer jobs for youth are ( )

.. ;,:. OF If you are in school and are are broadcasting daily appeals being explored by State,County 3014 NW 19 STREET
\ 't thinking about working this to employers asking them to and local businessmen

( ;: ', THE summer, Just don't think about call the FSES at 377-2411 to hopefully insuring 'working 693-4772! CALL 635 -3177
I al'':. '!i it. Come into the Florida State list their job openings for summer' for those who needit.

: ,;* i: COMMUNITY Employment Service (FSES) youth. May we wish all our friends, associates,
, l( f1 \ Miami Opportunity Center, and the entire community, a joyful
( : :' with 245 SE First Street, Monday .. prospects
""If/MI',.. .j' .m' """ !"! ''''\''\' safe weekend. We will be
and holiday
... .
/ TOM WASHINGTON through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 m''!: o!11"( .' JilC; ':>'Yfti\'I'b'\ 'r., J'.14NUi:
.:. p.m. and fill out an application ,'. ' 'REALT: closed until Monday a.m. June 3, 1968.
: :;." News Ways verses Old L. Metropolitan ; ': : :
; Harry Tyson, ) * * * * * *
I\I Ways. I was talking with an elderly Area Supervisor FSES
TUNE IN TO JON CARLTON in the Real Estate
lady and she said and I
I announced that the Miami
f \ Opportunity FiiOkER. :
: :
< *' : WMBM 1490 KC 3:00 and
r' Corner, Friday
quote, "I declare I don't understand Center has been designated ' j p.m.
'I'I' what's with '.i' : ,. .. I: : r 9:00: p.m. Get Real Estate information and callto
wrong by all cooperating : ,f: it: i\
.r' the homes.
': this world is I ,, :';"' cL7 DAYS..); I see
today Everything agencies, as the central head- "" .. : . .l 1; t.
........ .. .. .
fine, it's been this wayall my quarters for youth to apply for M: \ ; \- :.t .j
: life, Pro happy with it, I don't summer Jobs. Thousands of
see ain't happy withit
why yawl' have
Dade County people
young Beautiful well kept home on 2 lots on 55th St.
'. to. is hopes of obtaining' summer Near N. W. 2nd Ave. This custom built house
What we are doing changing employment :so don't wait.
.the rules, ''I told,her. We must be seenl! Large rooms, carport, awning win-
y Summer jobprospectslookfavorable
,K, :; take the position that the old although many more dows, awnings, fireplacetile roof, sprinkler'sys beautiful King Realty, Inc. of Miami
tem. fenced yard, full of fruit trees and
c" rules don't apply. Today you Jobs are'needed to fill the expected -
\' shrubs. FHA price only $15,000 with $450 down "llng Siu e'REALTORS: 8000 HW 7th
find that the younger people surge of youth lookingfor DADE COUNTY
and month. This is the best! Ave
b f are beginning to move into work this summer. Every ISOUR

( leadership before they inherit effort is'being made to reach tf,1j: 1N Mf'{.;All Elf: "A-LIIKA.r? KINGDOM '
from the older leaders when : ?!! ." ''t. > .Tiyipsg
Dide's employing communityto t " ; ': CALL
:." they die. Man has become obtain their Job pledges for llke'n 1 ; 'w"3.6iro. ; ., .m. CBS;'awain9Mf"lalosiie( ?,il

.. complacant with his views,the the summer. For example, ;sererofrigeratrwoskl.gmachlae'B4rgaie J + :', 693.2881r
I 3 only way that that can be FSES representatives are on at $13,060, '
: .'. changed is through pressure of a abusinesstobusiness IFMA'!;,wit" .$"#MOW .and $&0.82, month.. ,(OarlOpoJicka .
I '. ,
sensible negotiation. person visitation schedule enlisting numberii",f '624-3666.). "'. ,'' \ N
: .1 The issue today is no longer large and small businesses -
.\ f, back of the bus and separate in the 1968 Summer SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
;: \ water fountains. I respect Jobs for Youth Campaign. Pretty 3 bedroom CBS, new area. Jalousie win
,. ', those Individuals that fought Each day since the 6th of May, dows, carport, terrazzo floors, spotless inside
a :. : dearly and their time a seven man team has been in and out. Bargain at $12,000, $400 down and

,(t, ;> but today is today and not yes a different location in Miami $74.411110nth, FHA. Near school, shopping, etc. WATERFRONT PROPERTY
(. ,; terday. And they must also and South Dade personally explaining 9421 LITTLE RIVER BLVD.
;\, face reality and accept new the need for hiring ;"t..l:1<::SfLLEK PAYS ALL ,GLGHNG .COSTS : .f., 3 bedroomgarage stove refrig. only $500 down
.K 4' ideas and new ways of getting Dade's youth and giving them !Modern(( CB$, Jalousie' windows, wall heat fenced.;| ,
{ Jobs done. If they can not keep meaningful, motivating work 'yard/pool!/i to '*::'jtfrlgtrator'., Bargain ,a+ $11,0001' vets $100. Don't pass this up.

the pace then they should not experience. In addition, the FHAl$3SeJow: uld 68?31;'l Loath,.f..1t.'L..k'" "",' ;tit;>. ** LIVE RENT FREE DUPLEX
\ ;( ;"" "
hold the back. What they
, pace National Alliance of Businessmen -
.' ) should do i s get behind the new (NAB) is calling on Dade's 9226-28 NW 18 AVENUE
:' leaders and push them Just as businessmen with Jobs as their SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS 1 bedroom furnished. Only $$1,500, $350 down.

hard as they can, because as No closing costs. A steal)
goal and the Youth Opportunity Lovely corner CBS, Fla room, carport, jalousie
:r the community prospers they Campaign, under Coordi- windows, awnings, gas heat, FHA price $13,500, NO QUALIFYING
r also prosper. It would not take nator Robert Simms of Dade $450 .down' and $83.71 month. (Our Opa-locka 1411 NW 88 STREET
I away their dignity, if anything County's Community Relations number is 6243666.) 2 bedroom beauty. Fenced. Move right in.
it would add to it. And that Boar is establishingteen
for the . 3831 NW 115 STREET
goes running govern- "
centers and youth coun- ''I' t\.N J ', :
q' '
A.' ment in our community. and -d'"V.:.,. SELLER:PAYS:ALL CL091NG. COOTS J:*"s.F I 1 3 bedroom, 2 bath, no qualifying. What a buyl!

\'"\ bringing pressure upon the 4oder3'b'edroom:\ ,..'2'bath' CBS+n v*\arealalou" BE SURE TO CALL US FOR YOUR NEW VA

5 government of our community. JobmobileLocations j ila'irlndo'vrst'er"r'azio'floorswall! ; '. ; :: r fo::wall tdrpet! *\\J i LIST THAT'S OUT THIS WEEK.
Today with the young people lng,"' patio'and. barbeque, ,fenced yard, .FHAprce'| "
it's no longer a black and white "' OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE
$13,500, $450 down and;83.71 month: (Our Opa-!,
issue but an American issue. ,locka number is 6243666)). HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWe
It's no longer whose going o This is where the Jobmobileis .' specialize in homes for persons being displaced :
marry my daughter because : in Urban "
Renewal area, Miami
people! are going to marry who Monday, June 3, NEW AREA NORTH MIAMI BEACH Projects Veterans call to if ,
they want anyway. What we 4:30 p.m. NW 12 Ave. and 54 Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath beauty, tile roof, You're only a phone call see you qualify.
want today is the franchise Street. (Grandway), jalousie windows, appliances, freshly painted away.
of an American citizen no Tuesday, June 4, 7:30 a.m. Inside and out. Home is on 150th St. nearNE
I more or no less than any other to 4:30 p.m NW 27th Ave.and 15th Ave. FHA price $14,000, $450 down and

citizen. We want good Jobs, 79th St. (Northside Shopping $86.91 month. Vacant, we have keys!
I whatever means it will take to Center). FHA-VA-CONV.

obtain good jobs through Wednesday, June 5, 7:30 WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES -
schooling and/or experience, a.m. to430: p.m. Douglas Rd.
we want it. And in terms by and U. S. I. (Coconut Grove). YOU CAN' BUY AMY' OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR., FROM $100 DOWN
having good jobs that pay a Thursday, June 6, 7:30a.m.: $100 DOWN: IF YOU ARE A VET 'OR BEING.,
middle class white Income to 4:30: p.m NW 3rd Ave. and DISPLACED .AND ,I IF:YOU CAN QUALIFY. '. '
from $10 to$20,000a year will 17 Street. (St. Agnes Church).
bring about better homes,bet- Friday, June 7, 7:30
1 ter or total environment of 4:30: p.m. NW 17th Ave. and NO CLOSING COSTS
family living. 75th St. (Near Joe's Market) 't \ REALTY'f6KEK ::
We want to better our busi- J
ness area of our community to .$ Nth
the point whereby white people they don't like you or the sys- . . :' ,
that work in our area would buy tem. Remember this, if '4932 4200 NW..3. Ave.:, 3 'b' dn2Ibath'fH, $lS'4501)
changes and had not t. Nlth' Av
from us more than a bottle of pressure- '. *. .
pop and a pack of cookies to happened in this country we ....q; 446 NW 44th St., 2 bed, FHA, $9,000
hold them over until he gets would still be traveling by covered i'} :: PL4371' .
back to his community,We are wagon and horseback. 21-23 NW.S2nd\ St.. Income,;:., Non-Qualify!
going to work hard to low- With people with an idea and .:::', 16'Qoo..NW 7'A,." 1.
very : 1301 Little Rr. Dr., 3 bed, 2 bath, $$ave
the will to and will to do yT
er the voting age a year or two '. .
and when this happens you is made this country,one of the ","',.; ,",' ' .624-3666: . \ (, .. ';," ,' :":i:.'''i. ; 202>21', HVC91st 'St; tD ple; ;n$4SOJ.d1]
would not only see a change in most powerful nations in the ,...:,. 't.: i'",,' O n' Evnings -. Sundays : ',
L the community but new faces world. Remember what happened },1\.k.\tt'4.tJ.\ \ .",:,/" ::-'" ,; ., .... . II l ,.UJ::! ") \;; :. 2120 NW 98th St. 3 bedroom, Non.qualif
from top to bottom.So to China when they built "
basically,that is why stu- the wall? They lost their foot- MlSSTTTTHlf-' Rea( yWant'a
dents were sitting in at the Uni- hold and have yet never regained Steal ? ? ? ? % We hqv.a reol'4 f bedroom,.2

versity of Miami. More than new their ideas.America world. leadershipand ((1)) Duplex. 2 bedrooms each side. Only $500 bath, CBS, screened.. patio} (like new: hOnitx
500 students sat in at Miami
down. No .
qualifying. priced' right this 'week b
Edison because they no longer is in flus, every- al\3,900'and can e
accept "take your time, wait thing is changing.We are going ((2)) 1174 NW 67th St. 3 bedroom CBS, $500 purchased for only $55(1( dawn by vets or 221
**,, your term, it will happen, just to the people to touch them and down. No qualifying. people, no closing costs, .$92.53 monthly 'i
have faith.' They don't want it be touched by them Beautiful I neighborhood :or we have a' 3 be'droom

feel tomorrow they should or today have but had they it ((3)) 900 NW 46th St. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, ''2 bath for only $550 down .no qualify :,

yesterday. So it'snot like"kill WEST LITTLE RIVER CBS beauty. Fla room, $600 down. ing with monthly terms to suit, your pocket-
book. Don't get left. Cal: I| n.9 foralltheda I,. :
all the white people, all white BARBER SHOP ,
;. people are bad." It is that they 8604 NW 22nd Avenueis ((4)) 1420 NW 37th St. 2 bedroom CBS, Fla toils. . .' 1; ,, '.r. .. ... ... .JJ..r: ,;,:i..1.:\, ,....1... .'.. ..

are trying with all their hearts room, garage. $350 down.
.1 and with all their might and now open to serve you WE HAVE OTHERS GET YOURS HOW
r II with all their faith to get that with friendly and courteous ((5)) 4621 NW 6th Ave. 2 bedroom, CBS,

:' <. most important franchise in services. Latest hairstyles carporte, $250 down. $85 paye all.
'j"I' the world of being an Ameri- both men and women I AETNA REALTY BROKER
can citizen one hundred per .

i' cent.So my plea is this, stop John M. Randerson, Mgr. FORD REALTYINC. Broker 811 NW 54th ST. PHONE: 757-5724

l' thinking that every time people John Olliff, Prop. 3639 NW 15th Ave. 635-4595 OPEN 1 DAYS
,1. try to bring about changes that
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 31, 1968 31 -,

CLASSIFIED ADS Unfurnished, except RENT for stove Leukemia Society To I

and refrigerator large 1 bed
Present AwardsSpecial
room, plus Fla. room, living
15 WORDS OR LESS 51.50.. 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD room, dining room bath and

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P.M. i kitchen. All newly decorated- awards for outstanding man, who has been nominatedto
society support and serve a second term.
adults only. No children or
assistance will be presentedto Mayor Hall served as Hon
FOR SALESOMETHING pets references needed nc
FOR SALE FOR SALE Chairman Senator
others need apply.$22.00 week! orary ,
SPECIAL FHA $12,000 $400 DOWN Duplex up and down best plus security deposit call 754- Mayor Chuck Hall, Senator Robert L. Shevin,as chairmanand
Beautiful 2 bedroom 1 bath $80.09 month. 2 bedroom CBS, buy In this area, Florida room, 6277 between 10 and 6p.m. Robert L. Shevin, Larry King, Miss Whitman served as
CBS home with beautiful carport. Extra large Florida garage large rooms and Miss Ruth Whitman and Jack Teen chair man of the Leu-

grounds, wall to wall carpetnew room, large lot. Near schools large Duplex hardwood floors Bach 1 0 r apartment one bed Teitler, all of DadeCounty, kemia Society's 1968 Dade

plus drapes new, stove bus, shopping. Tubin, Realtors sensational value at $18,500 room furnished you pay your and Bernie C. Papy,Jr.of Key County appeal. Collectionshave
refrigerator large eatin kitchen 7906 NW7th Ave. ph.691-4785 terms can be arranged witha own lights and gas references: West at the annual Dinner totalled over $42,000.For .

this home is immaculate < good down payment shown needed. $16.00 a week with Meeting of, the Dade County Dinner Reservationscall
In very good area close to $1000 DOWN NO QUALIFYING by appointment only. Call us security deposit ca1754-6272 Chapter-of the Leukemia Society 373-2624.

schools and busses, first time NO RED TAPE. Modern Fenster Realty(Broker) 759- between 10 and 6 p.m. of America-which will
offered it won't last the week- 3 bedroom 2 bath. Plenty of 8779. be held at 6:30 p.m. on June 5,

end. FHA terms, $14,000 with large closets. Tobin,Realtors 1 bedroom CBS apartmentl! at the Red Diamond Inn, 117 SAN ANTONIO. Airman
$450 down, vets or displaced 7906 NW 7th Ave. Ph. 691-4785 "NO QUALIFYING'MOVE 1 bedroom apartment $18 NW 42nd Ave. by local Presi- Levell Otis, son of Mrs.

persons only $100 down. A. RIGHT IN 3 room CBS apartment $18 dent, Attorney Irving J. Whit- Maggie Otis of Rt. 1, Silver
Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 NW 60 LIKE NEW. AIR-COND. AND 3 bedroom 2 bathcompletely DEPOSIT REQUIRED Creek, Miss., has completed

St. Call anytime 759-2425. heated. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, fenced built in features 2 WEST REALTY basic training at Lackland

I patio, garage. Tile roof, ter- years young large lot 50x143 2020 NW 62nd STREET REMODELINGRoom AFB, Tex.He has been assign-
LARGE FAMILY, razzo floors, awnings, bilt-ir. minimum down payment additions remodeling ed to the Air Force Technical

Want a really lovely home for :kitchen. FHA price $21,800, $1,000. Total price $16,500 $15 WEEK alterations commercial Training Center at Amarillo

$14,500 FHA terms $450 down $1,400: down Tubin, Realtors,I good monthly payments. Callus Several homt rent with option industrial residential.Allied Builders Free', AFB, Tex.
and approx. $108.00 a month I 7906 NW 7th Ave. Ph 691-4785;I to show Fenster Realty ,to buy.987-9664.Carver:: estimates.
pays all. Well this is it, ithas .- (Broker) 759-8779. Ranches. 2-3 bedroomsA 665-8811. JUNIOR RESTAURANTSHove
three bedrooms, 2 baths it is Mrs. Ada James 1259 m, (May. 31)

large allfreshley painted, Fla. 68th Street.Big red fish worm::; ATTENTION I II I I INVESTORSWe room for working professional Immediate Openings' for
room, large bedrooms, large for sale, fish bait.RUMMAGE. have good 5 units and 8 or business woman ii] APARTMENTS FOR SALE the following:

kitchen and living room thisis unit apartment buildings ex- nice neighborhood. Near bus 8 units consisting of 4 (Will Train)
a steal and first time offer SALE cellent investment with good line and North South Expres homes and 1.4 unit opart*., Steward & Soda Fountain
ment 2 lots.Gross
ed. It is CBS is very good area 5421 NW 2nd Avenue down payments excellent returns sway. Reasonable price,to see I $7,540 building, Invest on $2.500 Man i

don't wait to call on this one. Sunday only 12 to 4.Tables$2. on your investment- callus call NE 5-4805. and toke over $10,000 first Day & Night Dish,Washers
A. Ben-Kori,Realtor, 612 NW suitcases $1; sir lawn chair;:; for locations and all information mortgage Total 'payable $100 mo. Day & Night Waitresses
price 12500. Tenantspay
50th St. callanyUme759-2425 $1; rugs $10; TV's $10; recorder -. Fenster Realty(Broker Rooms. One twin beds for I i own utility, Call Morris * * * **

$10; bedroom suit f) ) 759-8779. men. Other double bed. Rea Young evenings only (Must be Experienced)

OUR BEST BUY $45; record player$3;vacuur t1 r sonable. Use of kitchen. 696- 221-1135 Salad-Sandwich & Griddle
Total price $8,500 with $300 $5; typewriter, checkwrlte r A BEAUTY 2470. Man
down and $89.00 month pays all .. .
$5; slipper-rocker $5; mower FHA Terms $15,500 only$500 Liberal fringe, benefits
only 15 year mortgage, FHA $5; file cabnets $5; roc c: down with 20 year mortgage Bedroom and private kitchen,, FOR SALE Profit sharing plan. Park.

terms. This a sparkling like maple double dresser & hibo:y this is the most beautiful home Furnished. Working couple,,, 3 bedroom, 2 ,bath, gar- Ing available.
new home with wall to wall $35; beds $15;cedar wardrob e 40 foot living room Huge Fla. $25 week, PL 4-5678. Call .ajle. JUNIORS space

carpet very large wonderful $15; 2,000 dresses @ 255{!; room three huge bedrooms and mornings! only til 1:30. 1809 NW 41st Street Mr. RESTAURANTSSee Frank between

kitchen, large rear porch or blouses $10$; pants25$;ha''ts three baths a dream kitchens 7195 NW 15th Court 9:30 & 11
Fla room 2 bedrooms 1 bath, 20$; shoes 25?; 200 men' : and beautiful grounds it Is Room for single working lady Buy Like Rent 1150 S.a.m.Dixie, to 3p.m.
Highway -
in most convenient neighborhood suits @ $2;coats$1;shirts 25 a sam estate a must see fors Age 28-55. 635-7626. Cash Paid Out for Lots Coral Gables. Opposite
right on bus line, near pants 50ft; children clothe better living. If you want JE 8-1340 University of Miami.
schools newly decorated inside 10ft; also antiques and brie_ something very special this Is Room in private hom for set

and out, wonderful starter a-braces; sheets 50?. it. It has a formal dining room tle working woman. 1740 NN r

home or for older couple.A. Grace's Warehouse Sale it is CBS.Appointment show, 49th Street. Ph. 635-4078. HELP WANTED

Ben-Kori, Realtor,'612NW 5421 NW 2nd AVENUE A. Ben-Kori,Realtor call any
60th St. callanytimt1759-2425 Dealers Welcome time 759-2425 HELP WANTED MALE
, '
FEMALE SaladSandwichGriddlemen
HOUSE AND LOT TOTALPrice$2900(300( -
for general
Older type house with extra lot ,22325 SW VENUE down!) 6 rooms!.Big lot! Inquire Girl wanted WaitressesDay

in Edison Center area house is GOULDS, FLORIDA 49 NW 34th St.3716728May work, typing Carribbean, shorthand Tanker, and and night shifts Must 'be. experienced.Year 1

2 bedrooms 1 bath CBS Small ONLY $950 DOWN FHA ( 31) filing. available. Need not be
Service. For furter information round work. Lib-
but charming wall to wall car- all. Rent income experienced.Will train.
$133 Month pays call 635-1818.,
eral benefits
pet all cash $9,100.00 keep the $208 month. 2 large Pretty CBS 3 bedroom 2 bath Liberal fringe benefits. fringe ,
house and sell the lot for $3- bedroom each side. Big lot. Fla. room built in oven-range must profit sharing plan.
18-25 Profit sharing plan.
500 this nukes the price of the 866- fenced FHA $450 down $95 Clerk typist, age Parking space avail-
Look it over then phone be neat and alert.Good oppor- avail-
house has space
house $5,600.00 6007. moo.h. Veteran or displaced able.
brand new roof put on this person $100 down Atlantic and tunity for one seeking a posi- able. JUNIORSRESTAURANTS
and to learn.
tion willing
we ek. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor $ DOWN FHA pacific Realtors. 666-0411. Agency JUNIORS
Ethical Insurance
612 NW 60th St. cally anytime l RESTAURANTS
NO CLOSING COST 3432 .NW 7th Ave., 633-1438.. See Mr. Pete between
1396 NW 60th STREET NO CLOSING COSTS S.. Mr. Pet between 9:30:
7592425.DUPLEX Lovely 3 bedroom CBS, tile Nice CBS 3 bedroom, 1 bath, Good barber wanted.Good pay I & 12 noon, 1 1:30 & 3 p.m., 9:30 & 12 noon, 1:30

FHA terms $13,500 with $450 roof, corner lot,hurry this will Fla. room. carport; hardwood guarantee. Dave's Artistic 30th & Collins Ave., & 3 p.m. 2947 Collins

down, one bedroom each side sell fast Allapattah Realty, floor fenced. On NW 49th St. Barber Shop, 1090NW62ndSt. I Miami Bch. Ave., Miami Beach.
this is really a lovely property 633-0426. Near 5th Ave. FHA $400 down (Jun. 21) !
in a one shape really attractive $85 month. Veteran or disc -

Best rental area live rent CADILLAC 1959 WHITE $375.C!)I c placed person $100 down, Atlantic Permanent position in auto

free and enjoy live see it and Good condition all power four and Pacific Realtors parts and accessorie store. I MEN

will buy.A.Ben-Korl, Realtor new tires. Call after 6 p.m. 6660411. Good opportunity for advance-
612 NW 60th St. Call anytime 635-1654. ment. Full fringe benefits ap- .
759-2425. No qualifying move right in ply, 7815 W 20th Ave. Palmetto Southern 1/
Immaculate 2 bedroom, bath
-- Expressway and 136th St.
DELUX DUPLEXFHA Like new CBS 2 bedroom 1 bath enclosed sleeping porch, car- ':;

terms $18,000 with $800 Florida room, tile roof, FHA port tile roof, hardwood floor,

down, this is delux 2 bedrooms $400 down $83 month Veteranor I nicely furnished tool! $1600 CHILD CARE PAN AMERICAN Bell
1 bath each side very large, displaced person $100 I doWn $110 month pays every-

like new tile roof, this is a down. Atlantic & pacific: thing. On NW 32nd St.near 13th Infants and toddlers. Best of WORLD AIRWAYS I
steal, want to live rent free Realtors. 666-0411. Ave. Atlantic and Pacific '
care In ithe home. 635-2893. Needs You!II!
this is it.A. Ben-Korf, Realtor Realtors 666-0411. a
(Indef). The World's Most
612 NW 60th St. call anytime CAROL CITY BEAUTY Experienced Airline
7592425.NO Large beautiful home.Custom I No qualifying moverightin NOWHIRINQSTEWARDESSES
built by owner. No Qualifying: modern CBS 2 bedroom 1 bath, IMMEDIATE
QUALIFYING $750 DOWN $1,000 down. 949-6992. Florida room, carport tile MISCELLANEOUS
Move right in. 4 bedroom CBS (May 31)I roof, hardwood floor. Close in OPENINGS

carport, large fenced yard, town location. EZ down$94, Juanita's Kindergarten will To Fly All

spinrklers, freshly painted. FHA I I I FHA I 11 I I FHA I I II I month, Atlantic and Pacific be open for the summer. For Six Continents AS
$110 month pays all. Tubin Only $250 downpaymentor Realtors 666-0411. pick up and delivery service,

Realtors. 7906 NW 7th Ave. $100 to Veterans. 2 bedroom call OX 12350. Mutt ki inls.! Si It thru
Ph. 6914785.FHA 21. |'3" ts ST.
homes CBS (we have 2 with 44th Street Hurnt LinemenFramemen
1801 NW W,'IM 105 t. Ibl.flood
monthly payments of $66 to HOME AND INCOME This Newspaper does not htilth. Good vision Must
$400 down$83.55 MONTH $70) call us on these 2 homes Lovely 2 bedroom dining room knowingly accept HelpwantedAds b* 'high school tnduatt .,
Modern 2 bedroom CBS. Car- and we will be that Indicate a preferencebased Knowlttfgt ot s forilit
for locations, living room, fenced yard,plus l.ncu.CI.MIAMIIHTERVIEWS. {
port. Only 1 step from Ele- glad to drive you to them.Call homn in rear for income$695 on age from employers
mentary School, bus and shop-,, Fenster Realty(Broker) 759- down. Move right in. Owner covered by the Age Discrimination I!
ing. Tubin Realtors. 7906 Ntt 8779 693-2631. in Employment Act. Wed., June 5 No Experience Necessary
7th Ave. Ph. 691-4785. More information may be ob- f

BEAUTY SHOP tained from the Wage-Hour office For inf trvliw appointment I
POOL HOME at 1527 Federal Office CHI Ages 18-22

3 bedroom. 2 bath.$700 down 1 i (2 chairs) plus 2 LEGAL NOTICE Building, 51 SW 1st Avenue Pan Am 637-2778 Apply:
2971 NW 162nd St. 6243376202714W ,,' Intend to register under fictitious Miami Florida 33130 tele- .
rental units, excellent money 'V apply.rl..l 345 NE 2nd Avenue I
name actSUBURBAN 350-5767. S.t.Empl.ym.nt ,.,
location phone
100thSTREETFHA maker. New area perfect APPLIANCE 011I. 8325 NE 2nd Avenue
Plenty of parking 14N,1. 1.t**..Ml.m|. 9101 S. W. 24th Streetan
from Street to Street Jj
$250 down month. Beau, Runs WW 119th Street An Equal OPPlrhIRllyEmplou ,
$82 Drive by 1778 NW 95th Street Rugs a moss? Clean for less equalopportunity
tiful 2 bedroom CBS,tile roof t then call us for all Informa Miami, Florida Arnold G.Ar- with Blue Lustre! Rent electric A Plan for'Progress employer t

$11,500 total. Call now!, tionFenster RealtyBroker) rowood owner. shampooer $1.Star Hard. _Company_
Spitzer Realty Realtors, 759- 759-8779. May 17, 24, 31 and June 7 ware Co., 8747 NW 22nd Ave. -

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