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Title: Miami Times
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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: June 7, 1968
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.' ?'/ i I;\: Robert Kennedy was shot in the head by a 23-year- wounded, none seriously ,
:: 5ld gunman Wednesday after winning the California Democratic though.
,,..''" ,,.;J.,;.,'A ..,. presidential primary. He died at 1:44 Thursday morning The senator lay flat on his '
,: :'!:""'. ".'(.:,1., ."f.\, : 'J;,' following three hours of brain surgery. back in the kitchen, eyes open,
crowd around him.
"'" >!,"<" ' > Kennedy--who was shot down about 4 1/2 years after his milling '
, .; Some observers said they ;
F brother' President John F. Kennedy, was assassinated by a
_. V.. rifleman inDallas--was felled Immediately making victory heard him say, as he was lift
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statement.An ed into a police, ambulance, I
ladies caught backstage by photographer Jay : "Oh no. No Don't"Pandemonium
These seven young were aide said all but a frag- senator came from behind in ,
Baker Saturday night at Miami Beach Auditorium as they neverously ,awqted[ ment of a bullet was removed California's crucial primaryas broke loose as l\
Roosevelt Grier, giant black
the big moment of the Delta Sigma Theta Debutante Cotillion. Seventy-nine front' Kennedy's brain and a he garnered a lead around tackle for the professional Los'
second bullet, less serious, midnight. He had just pro-
high school seniors made their debut as proud parents and friends looked on. remains in the back of the claimed his victory to 2,000 Angeles Rams, quickly grab- ,
bed the much'smallergunlIttn
& neck. supporters at an rally and was ,
. wrestled the gun from him and ;,
i His pulse ,and breathingwere taking a shortcut through the
held him
. in good order, said the kitchen to a meeting with news- for police
.. Humphrey Visits ., '\, aide, but the next 24 to 36 hours men when shots rang' out. The gunman, apparently un'Q'
harmed rushed
} :will be critical Frank Man- At 3:15 a.m. (Miami time) was throughthe
.. ,1 hotel lobby by police 10
r 1 ft.. .. kiewicz, his press secretary, ,a nun police described as a minutes I after the shooting..'
said there "may have been Caucasian, 5 feet 5 and 120 I
Picks ; . ,<,..f.' "" some imjnirmen) of the blood pounds, with dark hair and The crowd,however, knew that
Up Support "
Kennedy had been shot.
"i" ,. ,' supply to the center of the complexion, emptied the
brain'!' This area controls the chamber of an eight-shot .22 And the world prayed that
'of pulse; blood pressure and pistol. another American would not "
J Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey got the off Jcial backing
tracking o f the eye. Kennedy fell, hit three be killed by an assassin's bul-
and to the
of two of Florida's favorite son delegates appealed
The 42-year-old New York times, and five others were let.
other delegates personally for theirsupport in the coming bid
for the democratic nomination for President.
Humphrey, confident that he will receive the Democratic tl tlSomo
Drew Students To Be Bused To Beach School'
bid for the nomination,picked up the votes of natonal commit-
teeman Elliott Roosevelt and national committeewoman An- \
nette Baker Loeser while here Tuesday afternoon. Negro students from,-Drew Junior High School have have: to'be added and classes ded are in addition the 1,210.
'f Most of the 57 favorite son America today," he said. been voluntarily reassigned and will be bused to Nautilus Jun- will have to be changed. Fisher's enrollment is less .'
delegates pledged to Sen. But hours after Humphrey ior High on'Miami Beach starting in September.' Nautilus: anticipates an enrollment than 600 in facilities for 1,600, '
George Smathers gave Hum- addressed the AFL-CIOUnion Nautilus is the second Beach junior high school to receive of 1,210 next'year in but much of Fisher's space is "
phrey a standing round of ap- senator Robert Kennedy(D- Drew ,)tud nts. Another 150 Negro students will attend pre- facilities which comfortably ,used for adult education.programs .i
\> plause and beamed 'ashe NY), a presidential candidate dominately white Ida M. Fisher Junior High next .year. hold, 1,140"Tl1e 75 Negroes ad- ., '-t.*
1 greeted them in a private re- also was critically injured by Original clans called for all ,at
.>**"., ception. '.' lr 'an' assassin's bullet Los A n* 225} .n:ejrtUde; : -'/ ending*; B

A The vice president also re- geles after his victory in the Fisher, but .75:will now be ask- .. ",
ceived the assurance jof Congressman California primary ed to voluntarily accept Nautilus
i Claude Pepper that As for being a "status quo" as their new school. \'

p..;. "things look great for you in individual, Humphrey said; reassignment is to relieve "
i4, Florida now." "Why I never sat still long overcrowded Drew '!

I Former Gov Haydon Burns enought to be status quo ,. where 1,650 students are en- .
';.. said Humphrey has 55 to 57 of oaloney" rolled in facilities built for 1-

i the 59 fayorite son delegates Humphrey told the Florida, .
460.Richard m M.Jet ,
j pledged to Sen. Srruthers delegation he was confident of 0. Roberts, super- r
He' predicted Humphrey winning the nomination and intendent of the Northeast Dis-
f would win the nomination and then opposing the Republicansin trict, said the change in plans
carry the South in so doing. November. wis to keep a workable "ra- I r
'Humphrey came to Miami to "I'm looking forwardtoa tio' at Fisher"andtogive ,
address the'American Federation day in Chicago the latter partof Nautilus a chance to"work II
? of State,County,and Municipal August and more fondly toward with a complex of cultures." 4tc
o: 'Employes. a day' later when I will betaking Drew Principal Dr. J. L, f 'a9V (
He outlined what he called on the best the opposi- Jones said he had about 30
u "the blueprint for America's tion has to offer." more volunteers than he could

still unfinished edifice of democracy Humphrey also told the gov- accept, but he said he'll have .. ki ,
:, ." ernment workers that povertycan to "go b andconvince 75 of
,"1 am :lot an American who be eliminated in our Urn,;. them to go to Nautilus."
:' Stands around like a medicine He said that any nation which ,"I keep notifying parents of
i man and thinks America is going can spend enough money to puta charges until they'll get to the

'r, to break up . there is man on the moon can invest changes until they'll get to the
not a stench of decay but rather enough to put a man on his feet kids are being shifted from Q r S
: the winds of sweeping across here at home." place to place." ut ,

Negroes will be integratedin .' .. 1.

I Organize Public EmployesMrs. schools.all three Fisher grades will have in both 50 Royal Poinciana Fiesta Queen Mary Alice Goetz (front center) and her !

I : Negroes per grade level and court--Princess Dondra Floyd (front left), Ladyin-Waiting; ; ; Peggy Rackstraw:: i'

King, Abenathy Urge Nautilus Roberts will have said 'the 25,Nautilus (front right) and Frincess Anne Edmiston, Ruth Stubbs, Tina Etling (second "

front left) and Debbie Kalt and Robin Cooper ( front left) will '
Mrs. Martin Luther King resenting Memphis garbagemen transfer will involve some ex- row, top row --
"': and Rev Ralph Abernathy, to organize all Southern tra work since"schedules for reign over the eighth annual Fiesta, June 1-7. Not shown are LadyinWaiting ,

I :. president of the Southern Negro public em;>loyes. next year have been set up. Peggy Griffin and Princesses JoAnn Rauch, Lorna Lanford and Gail I Wat :
Christian Leadership Confer- Coretta King and Rev.Aber- However, we can do it.'
I t" ers. Miami-Metro News Division Fhoto. J
ence have urged a union rep- continued on page 2 Three faculty members will

!,: White Racism Will Create Concentration Camp for Black' Americans :I.I

plywood and they have a tent Yours truly wore white ten- ing whitey rather than con- getting three meals a da, and Watts, Detroit, Newark, Chi- J
By T. WILLARD FAIR like shape. Make shift outdoor nis shoes the first day. NeedI verting him. They were rained medical attention. cago, etc. Suffice it to say, I ,

t Resurrection City. On toilets have been erected. describe their color now . away: The sense community has do not believe that the presence "
June 3, 1968, I toured Resur- However, there is no running I think the continuous daysof The rain and time lapse has not r e a c h e d the leadership.Each of several thousand peaceful, l'
rection City with the Rev. Ber- water of any type. The resi- rain have been a blessing in also created some restlessness. group, the Mexicans, Indians non-violent poor people will I" '
nard Lee, who-is Rev, Ralph dents brush their teeth, wash disguise. Due to the climatic It was quite apparent: that Puerto Ricans, Whites bring about any drastic i
Abernathy's assistant, their faces and hands from the condition: the massive demonstrations more organized and meaningful and Blacks has its spokesman. changes on Capitol Hill. "
Resurrection City can best spouts of a large water truck have not been conducted activity was needed in Resurrection Even though the goal is Maybe that's why Hosea I )
described, as a 20th Cen- that patrols the streets perio- The time i lapse has City. clearly understood by all -- Williams, Coordinator of DI- ;
tury Concentration Camp It dically. During the several frustrated the uncommitted In the center there is a City there seems to be some dif- rect Action for the Poor Peo- '
impressd me as the type of days it has rained continuouslyin residents who came for a Hall, the hub of all activity. ference of opinion as to the pie's campaign has announced .'
place white racism will create Resurrection city. Need- picnic, i i. e., the Black pan- Conversation with many of the best moans of reaching the a more militant confrontation

. for Black Americans before it less to say, the whole city is thers from Chicago and the Invaders residents at City Hall, revealed goal.My with'the establishment. '*'i'i'I
gives us soma of the pie one big mud puddle. Everyone, from Me mphis.'Two that many of them had never tour left me with mixed will be talklrg to you again, I j
' The houses were constructed who can afford it, had on.'rubber teenage groups who were more had it so good. For the first emotions. Congress has not from Resurrection City, B
wth four large pieces of' boots. concerned about castrat- time I in their life they were been moved by the riots in Washington, D C. fr



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! 2 THE MIAMI TIMES/zF Nt 'ne,: 19 6r Lf \ ; 1

f Florida Gets. ti1 i,303 For". Manpower ProjectWilliam 1Y W. 0 .

f U.. Norwdod, at .a total cost $61,428,'of Since the beginning of the
regional manpower administrator which $58,783 will be Federal program, 89 percent of all
for the U.Departmentof 'MDTA funds. MDTA institutional trainees 653QId
Labor, said theSecretaries Charron Williams Com obtained employment after :
of Labor,and Health Educationr mercial College in Miami will training; 76 per cent were employed )
r and Welfare Monday,announced train 20 general office clerks at the,fime of last con .'
,approval, of two Manpower for 41 weeks, total cost $54- ; I "

Development ,and TrainingActMDTA 574, Federal $52,520. tact.The Federal-State pub-
( ) projects for Florida These funds will provide for lic emlloymentoUlces have t 1/1',
costing $116,002 of which I facilities instructors "
training the responsibility of finding 11
$11,303 will be Federal MDTA and equipment throughthe Jobs for the trainees upon their ( 1 .L vw
funds.A Florida Department of Vocational satisfactory completion of the
project, to be conductedat Education,and weekly MDTA course. Employers interested *
'the Adult Vocational and allowances to trainees, most in recruiting 'MDTA -
Education Center in Fort Lau- of whom are heads of house graduates may do so through I It
derdale, will train 40 combination holds, through the Florida their local public employment e p

welders for 21 weeks State Employment Service. offices.: .

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is active in the Summer TOP

Youth Opportunity program. Pier/ Brothers arc to be commended for holding the honor of being the top

r Yoshino During his also three-day met with visit Rear, weekly sellers of the Miami Times. They sell more than 500 papers.

Residing at 1229 NW 66th Street, they are pictured above from left to right:
Admiral of Paul the G.7th Prins U. S., Commander Coast John, Dennis Robinson (a friend of the P/ez/ '), Anthony, Ronnie, James and Wa ter.

Congratulations, boys. __
: Guard District, and a mem-
ber of the Executive Committee -
in King Memory
of the Greater Miami Fed- Laureates Contributed
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T-Td Robert Simms, Executive Director Thirty one Nobel Laureateswho gue.In
said Themurdered civil
d I of the Dade County live in the United States a statement, they : rights
leader accorded interna-
t Relations Board have contributed more than "We abhor the circumstances was
Community Southern Chris- of the death of Marth Lu- tional stature in 1964 when he
and with Garth Reeves, man- $6000 to
aging editor of The Miami tian Leadership Conference, ther King, Jr., and grieve at was awarded the Nobel Prize
Times. in memory of a slain collea- the silencing of his eloquent for Peace.

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John Y. Yoshino, Washing ,Jobs, cultural activities and
ton, Executive Secretary of recreation for hundreds of
the',U.S.DepLrtmentofTrans- thousands disadvantaged youth

portation's Summer Youth Opportunity .in our country. Raven expressed -
Campaign, right, confidence the 2,600quota,
compares notes with Pan of summer Jobs for Greater
American Vice President Wil- Miami would be met.

liam F. Raven, the Miami-,
Metro chairman for the Na' Yoshino also met with PaulH.

t i o n a Alliance of Businessmen Boatman, area manager of Federal 4z.
'center, and Nathaniel the Federal Aviation Administration ' First
Mosby, chairman' the Re- and chairman of the I
sources Committee of the Administration and chairmanof
Summer 'Youth Opportunity the Greater Miami Federal

program. Executive Council. Boatman
Yoshino assured Raven that explained the FAA's work with 3/ .
Alan S. Boyd, Secretary of the the Dade County Community
Department of Transportation Relations Board and the Equal

has promised bis department Employment Opportunity Task
and the allied transportation Force and pointed out that FOrt

Industry will provide Mosby, specialist for the In. e


I continued from page 1 "The second.th1ni I wnnUo

nathy spoke at a memorial :ask you is that you will sup-
service here Tuesday for Dr. port the dream of MartinLuther
King,' he said, refer-
King during the convention of
ring to a King speech in which
the American Federation of
State, County and Municipal he repeatedly" said, "I have a
Employes at the American dream.

Hotel. Mrs. King called for a dedicated
Dr. King was assassinatedin effort by all Americansto the one giftthat's .
Memphis two months ago ride the world of poverty, ; , ; :: ;;
while preparing for a march racism and war sure to please ."n .. "" :." 4).r. : .
collectorswho .> : : ;, : :
by striking garbage -.. \ ;( .f :
belonged to a union local. National union president BRIDES DADS & GRADS ', ..' '_ t f.//; ",
"You must organize labor Jerry Wurf presented a plaqueto < . H "t;'{,":'-" <-fl.t/,' .... ." :; ..

unions all over America and Mrs. King in honor of her ." .. : ; : ,. .., . '
all over the Southland because late husband's efforts in be- grows on you! ./' ;,
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together we stand and dividedwe half of Memphis garbage col- , .".. .,
fall said. lectors. It's even better than giving J' '.1. ,.' :
Abernathy money. When you give a First Federal Gift J .,
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Savings Account,the amount grows-even if don't .
you add to it. 1..V'.t:.:
First Federal does, every three months-with
multiplying dividends. ', '
el OUR CLASSIFIED ADSMING And \such a smart gift to own A new saver gets a fine head start .for all ,'}'I. 1; , '
the worthwhile goals that ; "
regular "
Saving makes
Possible. An old hand ,, ;,
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at saving will appreciate ( .
a new account for '
special purpose close to his } :
This First Federal Gift Savings Account '
is .
personalized '
as a gift should be. .fIt's
an attractive gift certificate that
comes in a handsome envelope.

So visit any First Federal of Miami office, and J.; ....' .1'
J kaa get the only gift sure to please everybody. '
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To all citizens throughout the county AMCNICA OLOC8T rCOERAU....IA..OC8T OF IN MIAMI THE SOUTH : .It 1 :/.jt'IW.t f' .;,' ; ,{,.:;I!r't:'; ,: :,""
for the loyal W M WALKER.CHAIRMAN It. '. ' ) )" J.
support given our son, Willington ,'' .i' 1: :. ,.
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Rolle in the 'J\
recent campaign. ERP :. .
Now A Hair Billion Strong-and -. "

Deacon Ezekiel and Mrs. Lottie Rolle DOWNTOWN 100 Nl Ilf A.., 'UOLIIt ITIIUT .100 f."'growing 8''., SI. in service to you { .,
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 7, 1968 3Brownsville
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pocket parks have been recommended by County Manager .
North, Continental Park; and ;.
Porter Homer In his proposed $675,000program to open Soar Park. MRK&RREAT1ok
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up more recreational areas in the ghetto in the fiscal year beginning Homer! also requested the W k ,, "

Oct. 1. Commission to allow him to bET

Homer said youngsters living in crowded neighborhoodsoften spend $100,050 to light sev- ,, II
resort to a lot vacant lot to have fun I
nearby parking or a eral areas for night use, pri-
i and that's all these vest picket parks are--dry pavement or marily next to schools. A.DIYIS t3 i

, dusty. land. The schools include North i

"We propose to recognize ming pool and other facilities DAde Junior High, Northwestern $ I I

these vest pocket parks as at NW 17th Ave. and 87th St. Senior High, Naranja Ele- ,
and allow the takeover of the mentary Drew Junior
High, I Ir'
and to assist the youth in meet- private Brentwood Park poolat Dorsey Junior High, Bunche. ,

ing their equipment needs," he NW 28th Ave. and 189th St. Park Elementary, and Mays
Most of the projects would High. r"r
proposed budget calls not be fully completed until Two tennis courts at Richmond 4" 1'j 4-.
for $25,000 to, set up half the summer of 1969. Park would also be lighted A,

courts for basketball, pur- Other projects expected to as well as the recreationarea f x xYy' I
chase of athletic equipmentand be completed sooner Include at Larchimnt: Gardens

working out agreementswith swimming pools in Browns- Park, and a tennis court and
property owners for use ville and Homestead and expansion basketball court at Brentwood APN
of land, such as supermarket of Palm Springs Park. 9 I r /17 i I IY

parking lots.A .. ------_._-

local business, such as a
beauty shop or pool hall,would 8 Retire From Dade

hold the equipment and checkit

out He said, possibly, an School SystemEight
honor system might be used

with youth leaders being in
charge of equipment. i t Negroes are arming! Gladys R. Johnson, a teacherat
189 reUringemployees that Lillie Evans
Homer said this new conceptin C. Elementaryfor
recreation for deprived were honored June 5 by'the 31 years service in the

Dade County School Board. Dade system and 32 years total
children grew from experi- ,
They were presented with
ence gained by officials in years.
certificates of service by
planning the 1967 and 1968
board meeting.Walter Also David
Murray, a cus-
summer programs with resi-
dents.It C. Cogdell of Be- todian at Dorsey Junior High i

involves the maximum use thune Elementary was the only with 10 years service. 'Mrs. ,
Negro principal retiring this Hazel
Simmons a teacher.
of small informal settings for \
...year. He had 17 years in the counselor at Booker T. Wash-
leisure time activities "- kids literally shouted for joy last Friday when ground was ;
|Dade School System and 36 inton with 39 in the Dade
Another proposal using the total years. School system. Miss Mildred finally broken for a long-promised swimming pool in their neighborhood Metro

same store approach front is property the rentingof for Also honored were: Mrs. Small, a teacher at Floral Mayor Chuck Hall joined local businessman and civic leader Neal Adams in \

recreation centers. Julia Evans, a maidat Miami Heights Elementary, with 30 turning the first spades of earth for the $125,000 facility on 24th Avenue between *

The centers Northwestern High with 231/2 years. And Mrs. Leila Williams 48th and 49th Streets. .
stressing employment Miami Metro News photo. \
in the Dade
years system.
a teacher at Miami
of local
youth to run 1
Mrs. Jessie Mae Holt a cafeteria Central t i
High, with 48 years
ping them:,pong would tables have and pool the talbes like, worker at Booker T. service Mrs. Williams was United Black Students Plan Rally Sunday 4 11

Washington Junior High with also honored for longest ser-
with leagues and formal competition .{
with prizes. He envi- 15 1/2 years service. Mrs.' vice in Dade. High school youths, grad- The rally, sponsored by the be the University of, Miami
uates and dxop-: sions two in South Dade and two }
in North Dade initially. More ;$339,130 To Extend :as other concerne j[young people University of Miami, .Willie? students" .. securing of.jobsfor, .
are invited to rally Sun- held at the McDowell Hall at black youths, and massive
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than $50,000 is budgeted for v- : '/ ; t* *< I
them. k--
isiiiyiiy iijij ; the Open Door: The topic of discussion will courses.,
Although these new approa-:; : .M1p..MWL. w

chs to the Negro recreational Congressman Dante B. Fas- pations in which training is ,f"

problem are being recommended cell has announced that the Department provided include those of sec- FOR THE FINEST HOUSING' ACCOMMODATIONSAT

Homer said h e is not of Health, Educationand retary, retail sales,waitress,

forgetting about the more tra- Welfare has provided an housekeeper, auto mechanic, MODERATE RATES-CALL

ditional type park and recrea- additional $339,130 toextend radio-TV i service, elec-

tional center. the Dade County work experi- tronics, dental hygienics and .
Somtt $600,000 hopefully to ence and training i project others. BONDED \

be matched with federal funds, through December 31, 1968. "The extension of this pro-

would permit the county to buy The project, which is administered gram will enable unemployed ,-. f fOS

land and build recreation facilities by the Florida Department persons in Dade County to get \ .

at: of Public Welfare, the training they need in orderto t .

Goulds Park and the West provides training and work experience be on their own and take ad- t sttr, I /\.i

Perrine Neighborhood Centerin for a group of Aid to vantage of the many opportunities ,
South Dade, Olina Park at AGENCY --i
Dependent Children recipi- available to those with .
NW 21st Avenue and Street, ents, unemployed parents of skills," Fascell said. r J
Poinciana park at NW 25th needy children and recipients The funds are authorized

Ave. and 71st St., and Lincoln of Cuban refugee welfare. under Title 5 of the Economic 1.,AtAt S pA ..,.....
Gardens Park at NW 24th Ave Some of the types of occu- Opportunity Act.
and 49th St.

The county would finance
totally the building of swim- I THE AND




Miami Stage TechniciansLocal fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for :

Union 545 of the inter- tM.lJihu tenants convenience i. '

national Alliance of Theatrical SENSATIONAL COMBINATION OFFER! "
... and adults'"rent' ,:
Stage employes and moving FEATURES \' A community recreation center teenagers ? ,

picture machine operatorsAFL SOLID STATE ALL TRANSISTOR .' free," furnished and air conditioned foryourcomfartandenjoyment. . :
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CIO has assured the (.AMGI. ( .t(0.. ', ', A public relations deportment to assist you with your problems. ". ,. A.
Youth Opportunity program of '
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Dade County that the Union will "ef.Nt.tco.o Tenants concern will stopvandolismondreducethecostofhousing ;
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such technical help as
provide f NIAAY.Utt : : : :
is needed for the weekly ama- : Srf1tM. ,: 'a':'"i' MAIN OFFICE ;, t t'I
teur and talent shows being .
planned by the Stars Over Mi- Dual 4150 NW'7th Avenue 759.8733 t'

ami Summer entertainment J.w.l.dLP 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa.locka MU 8.0617 '
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committee. \. 20848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler RidgeCE 5.3553 J
Lighting, sound and staging .-/
605 NW 7th Terrace Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-3357 . i
and the use of a portable stage .M .... f....1S "' ;

for such theatrical productions :.. : .. : B S R on ly 1163 NW 3rd Avenue FR 3.8416 \
be conducted will be ..... ; '
as may 4-tmO AUIOMAtIC .
Grand Avenue Grove HI 5.1381 :
provided. The stage will probably RECORD CHANGER : 1\
of Ernie Conulno MopU Walnut or Mahogany 512 NW 1st Ave. Hallandale WA 7.2434' i
,be in the form a Wood Vonoor Coblnot with Hand Ea.y .'. ,

Seiler parade float. W.Rubbod.'t food M Piano o" IM flnl.h.ixnlfpitu. Ml mt......_.... Tht Tam . 339 Hammondville Rd., Pompano WI 3-2434 :
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Ivan Tors studio and a com'mittee .. .. ...'.. !
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of Angelo W...tN.._........._'''._N .I.4 FREE HOME
consisting :.:; GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager
paul 'VISIT OUR CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director
working to help start and help SHOW ROOMS Call'

active a technical staff, pro- ABBEY-DOMESTIC CENTERS, INC. \
at no cost somo of the 15982 NW 27th Avenue life others live better .'' L. Brooks
viding 625-1261 . (If f I am to enjoy a better must too L. )
top flight theatre techniciansin (Tho 27tK Avonua Shopping C."',r) ,..

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4 THE MIAMI' TIMES, Friday, June 7, 1968 ,," _, '1 :t. ' ..;'.. ; I.,;,I :.,"

, EfcfcOfflcet _::1,Shooting of Sen. Kennedy To Be EqualBy

t.,. Of The Times I
i,k.Trli Sign Whitney Young, jr.

in Los Angeles Executive Director'
6530HW 15th Av., Mloml; Fla. 33147-Phonei: 691-0421 ,:'The shooting of New York Sen. Robert Kennedy This National Urban League
Tuesday must bg'eprded'as a sign of the times. I
H. E. SICISMUND REEVES, editor and Publisher with similar acts of violence ,
:single act,of violence, coupled) -
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor John F. Kennedy
!,which took,the)lives of his brother,President
STANLEY I I. SWEETING;, Theatrical Editor sickness of theAmerican
'and Dr.: Martin Luther King, attest to' the real Some of the most remarkable. young people In America today

Notional Advertising Representative society are the college students who have formed black student groupson

Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. *Vrruef these incidents have happened to the past, but what major campuses across the country.
310 Madison Avenue Nefc'Vork.: N. Y. 10017 clear indication -
act even more devastating the than just bright. They have a tremendous
Member of the National l Newspaper Publishers Association makes this single closer They're more feel.
2400 $. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 t that America has'taken, in recent years; a step ing of pride and a profound sense of mission. It would be easy

to:, the Stone Age. for them to play the game and turn their backs on their

ONE ,YEAR $5.00 SUBSCRIPTION- SIX MONTHS -RATES$3.00 '- FOREIGN $6.00 ': : It seems commonplaced today for, a man to shoot another! heritage, but they don't. They have a great: sense of identity
I not his political .philosophy and attitudes with the black masses,and getting a Yale degree only streng.
he does with
Ent.r.d as Second Class Matter, August.9, 1927 at the Post ,,when alree in America? We hope]! thens their desire to overthrow the racism which keeps their
Office ot Miami I, Florida, under the act. of March 8, 1876 is, this, what bye are coming to to America down.
end-andend brothers
1 such an !black
:not but all indicators point
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" ; Their numbers are very small.ThegroupIspoketoatYalea
', The NEGRO: PRESS believes that America can best lead as we once knew it. few weeks ago was a mere handful in comparison to the whole
the world'from racial and national antagonism when It accords Sf In passing an effective gun)IfJi'jt
} to every man regardless of his race, tree /.or color his human The recent inaction by.Congress student body. That's one of the reasons why they have banded
a, rights. Hating no man, fearing; no man*.the Negro ,vividly,points to ,the ineptness of our Congress to concern] togetheronly in unity can they make their concerns heard
x Press strives to h.lp.very man in the firm belief that all men themselves! with the real problems of our nation. by the larger society.

ore hurt as long as anyone Is held back.itttt0r $|5uther,than treating the causes, Congress applies superb Such groups are nothing very new in university life. Italian

'>ficlal treatment to the problems we face daily. students join the Dante Society; Catholic students,the Newman
ie | t1tebt1t1h j Clubs Jewish students, the Hlllel Clubs; and others exist too.
s :..::The National Rifle Association, regarded as the strongest, So long; as these young students avoid falling into the trap of,the Congress, has for: years, continued to convince complete separatism, like some at one college who demanded
CTA DROPS MIAMI- DADE TEACHERSDade Congressmen/ .that, no additional gun laws are necessary or. dej"elded : separate living quarters, they contribute to a healthy on-cam-
by American,1 peopleWe must prove them to be wrong i!

County's Classroom Teachers Association has severed ;because, ,. hopefully,:the American, people will be awakened by: pus They dialogue.have made an impact on some schools already. At Col-

connection with the Miami-Dade Junior College campuses. ,this act of violence.\ gate black students protesting a fraternity house which was a

There was not enough support from the Junior College faculty It is a rather pathetic indictment of America when the world center of racism, got enough white support to close it down At

said executive secretary Pat Tornillo. sees us resorting to Violence this sort. It is a rather pa-i Columbia militant students forced the school to stop the build

The CTA's charter limits its membership to employees of t thetic, indictment America when presidential candidates have ing of a gym which was a symbol of the Harlem community's

the School Board. On July 1st the School Board relinquishes to be guarded for their lives.It is a rather pathetic Indictment' long-standing resentments. At Duke, white students joined with

;: its control of the Junior college to an advisory board whose of America when a man cannot llyexpresshis opinion without ; blacks In a massive sit-In to compel the school to pay a living

., members are appointed by the governor upon recommendation '\ fear of being gunned down by an assassin. wage to the mostly Negro campus workers and custodial help
of the School Board. Junior college faculty members will In several other colleges black student groups were able to

then be state rather than county employees. ,k:?, It seems the era of the assassin is upon us In America. Only< get administrations to agree to add courses on Negro historyand
\ with the united efforts of all Americans can this terrible disease
) I contributions to America. Through their efforts, the iron
f NOT SATISFIED < be wiped out, Let's pray it will be soon. .. curtain of silence which mounts to a ban on positive information

I: 'Our prayers go to the family of Robert F. Kennedy and the about Negroes, is being lifted.
Attorney General Earl Faircloth who lost to former Gov-
\senator. We pray he will not be another victim of this sick These are impressive achievements for so few students to
: ernor LeRoy Collins in the recent race fora senate seat by a
I' live in. make. None of the big name colleges has more than a handful
margin of 2,993 votes is still not satisfied.If he is, at least his .American society we headlines that
of black students. Don't be fooledby impressive
backers are not. Hence, they are preparing to file a court order -- -- -
say a school is enrolling 200 percent more Negro students than
to force the state-wide recount of the Democratic U.S.
last year. In actual numbers,that only means another 20 or 30.
Senate runoff election.The .
\ One reason for this is that registrars don't look hard enough,
state canvassing board met in Tallahassee and certi-
,.e"\ or they all want the same few scholarship winners who can
fied the election results.The official figures being Collins 410,
take their pick of many offers.Not enougti schools are willingto
689 and Faircloth 407696. _
turn their backs on rigid entrance requirements and provide

OUR NEXT PRESIDENTWho By Booker T. HayesOf \ the remedial work needed by students who suffered from

inadequate public schools. These Ivy League schools weren'tso

will be? The $64 question is who will receive the nomi- all the old and new delights, choosy when it came to white boys who had good connec-

nation Republican, hopefuls are Governor Nelson Rofckfeller that make this life worthwhile. tions and graduated with a "gentleman's C" after four yearsof

,of New York,Governor Ronald Regan California and Richard r I think that none gives greater joy, doing nothing.So .
Nixon. Democrats seeking the nomination are Vice President than just a friendly smile. a large-part of the black student's.energies is focused on

\. Hubert Humphrey, Senator Eugene McCarthy and Senator getting the schools to enroll more Negroes, and also to hire

Robert F. Kennedy. ., A smile that seems to say, Hello!, more Negro faculty members.But .

and how are you today? another problem students are tackling is that of tryingto

GOP APPROACH TO URBAN CRISISThe and sort of picks your troubles up, get their schools involved in community problems. It's

and tosses them away.It amazing to see a large university with elaborate research facilities -
Republican coordinating committee has called for a new
doing government work on how to abolish poverty in
approach to America's urban crisis based on local rather
is a greeting fit for kings, Latin America, and with a teaching staff of the brightest experts
than Washington control and emphasing education training
yet always it is free. all reaching into the hun-
and with
on subjects, budgets
to help end all forms of discrimination: The aim set forth in
And it belongs to every class, dreds of millions of dollars, not even aware of the poverty
from the
a report coordinating committeewouldbeto give individuals -
Of social company discrimination and slum that starts right at
problems of the
self reliance and personal dignity,and to restore the ,
community as a center of life the campus gates.If .
: It is the kind of handshake black much to date the
This committee accused the Democratic administration of student groups have accomplished
generating througnlack of responsibility candor and inspirating that will penetrate a glove. challenges facing them are still very great. It's tough to be
And now and then it lights the flame, part of a tiny ,miles from
the committee charge the Democratic administration with minority on a large campus many
lack of decisive action in dealing with the immediate problemsof that kindles into love. home. It's even tougher to try to change a rigid system of discrimination

lawlessness and disorder, and unwilling to establish well while keeping up with very demanding school work.

ordered set priorities to meet pressing social needs to chart This poem is one of the many works of Ralph Metcalf. I had Preparing for meaningful careers has to bo their major con-

the nations future r'nttrcrEDITORIAL the pleasure of reading it during my early manhood, and it has cerned since that is the way they can be most useful in the

remained a part of my most cherished memories since that future. But Fro confident that these young men and women will

CORRECTION PLEASE time. The simplicity of the verse, and the meaning conveyed, be able to do it, and that they will turn their talents in 'the future -

had a lasting impression on my thinking. The poem in its entirely to helping others escape from ghetto poverty. _
In our issue of May 31st Ye Editor in reporting on the Episcopalian is very appealing, but I think the message expressed In

Convention erred in stating that the Rev. Tyrrel Dear the first verse, If applied, could do much to relieve some oftoday's
called attention to a committment of the Diocese to give $47- tensions.As a results poem when genuinely pos- Phil Ossofer I II

000 toward the establishment of the United Theological Collegein sible, I have made a smile a part of my everyday attire. The

Jamaica under the churches mutual responsibility and Interdependence results have been rewarding to the point, that I recommend it attended that forum on mind . the thought that no
program. This was an error. In the absence of as an added necessity In brightening each day. housing crises held at the matter how much housing is
chairman of the committee of this project, it was the Rev. Robert racial
King High Towers not have
on built we will
Theodore Jones and two others who made comments on the A smile generates response, and the response is usually in- May 29. attitudes -
I heard
the expertsand until our
peace we change
stantaneous it appears to penetrate all barriers and create
I must of all
report that the facts towards people
immediate reaction. The reactions will
vary but their
ence is evident and pres- and figures on what is planned ethnic groups. People must
plainly visible. I don't think it is over-
relieve the suffering of impoverished learn to abide together In the
the to
stating point say a smile Is Infectous, because It seemsno
Reassignment Plan Good one i s physically able to ignore its presence or misinter- Miamians gave no chambers of their hearts before -

pret Its message. A smile Is universally accepted as a tokenof hope needed.for NOW, when help is they can live In adjoining

goodwill and its application has a tendency of clearing the homes.
But Begin Exchange Now air of all apprehension.When The highlight of the evening What might be an importantstep
was the talk given by Mr. forward in this area Is an

burdened with the worries of the day, many! people find Philip L, Johnson, Neighborhood "Invasion" of concerned and
The plan to reassign Negro students from over crowded it impossible to activate those facial muscles that will pro Services Coordinator, activated whites going into

Drew Junior High School to two Miami Beach junior highs ap- duce a smile. As effortless as it may seem, a smile Is accompanied EOPI. He pointed out that while white neighborhoods to bring

pears to be a good and feasible one. by a certain sensation that must be generated from the majority of whites are not "freedom education" (includ-

But we believe the School Board would do well to begin plan- within. The attitude of the individual is displayed In the typeof racist, they are sitting back ing Negro history) in order to

ning the transfer of 225 Drew students to Miami Beach schoolsnow. smile produced. It may range from extreme pleasure or and letting the racists make all help these deluded folks Into
mild acceptance to complete disgust. Whatever the noise.
the feeling it change in their attitudes to-
is reproduced in the smile. This only applies Mr. Edwin brethren.
to Tucker
however the Director black 1
the wards their
In order to bring about a smooth transfer, we suggest
whose smile Is
person unsolicited. The responsive smile ofCommunity make you
is Services, "The truth shall
in both and faculties
PTA organizations schools get together
: usually a spur of the moment action, geared to a certain situa- Miami Diocese racial
where Catholic free" ,. by dispelling
during the coming months and begin exchange programs
tion. It usually duplicates the emotion Church
it. that to him it
the students from all three schools would get to know each prejudice.
other this summer. If only the people who read this column would make It a point was more urgent to get poor Time is short. Black andwhite
to smile more. The effect on their lives would be people l into housing than to must come together in
We believe this would make the transition period for both tremendous, worry
about consequences
Not only would they themselves feel the integration I harmony soon, for the
white and black students easier and better. difference but the recognize attitudes -
the goodwill they spread would have a direct effect on the lives the importance oi of our present

Again, tha School Board and Superintendent Edward Whigham the people with whom they come In contact. The only to of an constructing good housing for may destroy us . not

are to be commended for their fine program of "mixing cultures experience I the real effect of such a challenge Is to way try it. now, and believe we should dolt only physically: ,but spiritually -.
." I dare you. , but I cannot get the ; perhaps for all eternity .
frustrating thought out of my and that's a mighty longtime!


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THE MIAMI, TIMES, Friday. June 7, 1968 5
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A Town Without 1 '1 1
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THE EYES Of THEI6NORAHTME t +'r, f's r":} .. J' I., '..., ,"
-1'i Pity Can Do MORE LEARNED ,, 't. .. \l'
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In view of the situation that took place with shooting of a
teacher and a student by another 13-year-old student at Drew

Elementary, found a young man I
by the name of Clarence Woods, i S _,
who r esld es at 5145 NW 26th: 5/ ,
Ave,. has devoted for years his I I
available time and personal : ,
nances towards recreation fi-I \
training to help the children in ; S I
the neighborhood of Drew Ele- i I "
mentary. His project is aimedat r R S.
trying to prevent such inci- ,

dents as the shooting at Drew I'
Elementary from taking place.
Being a resident himself of that
community, he has tried for I I"j
years to get the people to assist
i him in making Dade County a ;.,1'-f' (

better and more peaceful place ,',*":' .',, *
to live.

This man has been quite successful in getting the youths to
participate in his project.The problem Is the number of child- F
ren who have become Interested are far too many for one man
to handle alone.. He started with about 15 to 20 children now J : Ir ,
he has more than 150. He has asked many times for assis- c + / Riy

tance; all he has gotten so far is public gratitude for riskinghis
life) and making personal sacrifices tohelp make our community -
an ideal one only for all of us. i

In the past week or so the newspaper,radio stations and TV .. ' ;
channels have Informed us of the tragedy that took place at ,. \ ,
Drew Elementary but not one of them informed of the Award
Night that was held May 21st for Mr. Clarence woods and the '
youths of the community which was attended by Mayor Chuck THE MISSING LINK IN THE BLACK REVOLUTION
Hall. The Award Night was designed to boost the morale of .
these youths, who could easily become involved in such inci-
dents as the one that took place at Drew. "- il

Why has thisyoung man been lettalone with his project when LETSTALK ,
Bayard ,+ '
he should be receiving some assistance from every citizen of 1 1JI
Dade County. Is it because he doesn't have a degree, backed bya -L)2) ) :
government program or sent here from Washington to fight Rustin '
our war on poverty? If he had possessed these qualificationshe 'POLfTICS)3' 1
probably would have been far less as so easily successful.
He would not have been accepted into the lives of these peopleas BY NORMAN E. JONES
easily Because there would have been too great a distance Speaks

between$their backgrounds and it is hard to deal with any situation - i Victims Of The SystemThese
from a distance, ','
The Violent Of power structure appointed, controlled, artificially Ji'
I admit a man with a degree or program backed by the government Way created "Negro leaders," immediately closed any possible s
can produce some good remedies but does not know door of communication to any other Negro in the community
how to deploy them. He has to experiment with these remediesto Dr. Martin: Luther King, Jr. was assassinated on April 4, with the power'structure, and if any Negro not In the "Negro '
see which one will work best.A group of people can get very and his killer still has not been brought to justice. Reportersare leadership oligarchy' happened to collar any member of the
aggravated with being a part of an experiment when they are in always asking mo why Negroes are cynical about the power structure, words fall on deaf ears and they will call
urgent need of some solution to some of their problems at that tempts to capture the murderer. They seem to think it's just "their boys' in and tell him what was said for evaluation.Of .
particular time. It takes MEN like-Mr. Woods with his experi- another crime in which the main question is catching the criminal coursethe"Negro leadership oligarchy" would denounce

ence which he received through his close relationship with him as a "nobody-a troublemaker,' and not to pay any atten-

these people. His talent was well exercised by his desire for a But it's a lot more than that.The depraved person who pul- tion to him. After all "they" the Negro leadership oligar- .
knowledge of the needs of these people. He has now created led that tr i igger wasn't alone The act itself may have been chy," are the leaders. fIt '
from his own ideas projects to get these people to help them- lunatic, but it was the society that provided the atmospherefor is only the natural result that these "appointed" Negro <
selves without them getting the attitude that they are receiversof their is knowing that
it to occur which shows signs of madness. leaders knowing that position precarious,
charity. their position and their new found financial affluence is
is but that the killer knew that his act
There no question structure 1
What can we as citizens of Dade County do? How many times would be Even transient and subject to the whims of their power '
applauded by people.
many congressmen I
his buddies to "masters, go overboard to prove their "leadership.
has a man who enjoyed fishing asked go along that "
stated publicly Dr.King was a trouble-maker who got what
with him on a fishing trip and was turned down. Why not ask' he deserved. Since they know that they have no influence in the Negro '
that youth on the block whom he has known since infancy to go community they must exercise whatever leadership peroga-
along, He may Just catch enough fish to make a fish dinner for That alone is proof that the man who pulled the trigger was tives the y have among each other, thus the constant struggle
his famllywho cannotaftord a balanced meal. How many times spawned by a society which has relentlessly demonstrated to among th e s e "leaders" for a .more favorable position with
has a woman left her beautiful zig zag sewing machine in the Negroes that they don't belong. It is a society that has shown their power structure'bosses I.' in this constant juggling for
closet to rust because she had rather watch the day time toleration of countless acts brutality and perhaps worse, in- position they must other Negroes who might look like
stories on TV. Why not ask that teen-age girl she used to cud- difference. And it is a society which has persistently shown an they might be looked upon with growing favor.
dle as a baby to come over and sew sometimes. Since the girl unwillingness to accept Negro citizens as the equals of white The subterfuge of insubordination," of not observing"poU- ,
has skipped school because it is cold and she doesn't have citizens. cies and procedures," Is usually the flimsy excuse for the top J
warm clothes to wear. She may Just learn to sew well enoughto The reason why Negroes aren't showing that much interestin Negro to "fire a subordinate; fantastic,unbelievable, just look tat t-
make clothes for her family who can not afford to buy them the efforts to catch the man who pulled the trigger is that the "school system take a peek at the "poverty program" i .
from the department store. It may surprise some of us to see they know that the hand of society Itself was on that gun. look at the "welfare workers"look at any politically appointed '

how much we can get people to help themselves just by includ- Triggers can be pulled in many ways, and men can die in community relations council and the paid Negro corn mimity relations .1-

ing them in some! of our past time activities as Mr.Woods has many ways. Triggers of hate are pulled every minute of every director.All .
done so often child to believe are afflicted with the thirst for individual personal
day of the year. The teacher who brings a '
power-all are concerned only with "keeping' their job rather
can't learn anything kills that child as
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than "doing' their job.All of which adds to the frustration and '
The landlord who charges exorbitant rents for rat-Infested"< hopelessness of the in depth Negro community and encourages "
OUR CLASSIFIED ADS I If hovels kills his tenants as surely as ifhe fired a gun at them. this wave of "violent economic protests." $,

The shop keeper who charges high prices for yesterday's bread This appointed, artificially created, sponsored, supported
i BRING RESULTS I II kills his customers every day. The employer who won't hire Negro leadership oligarchy, have no solid base of leadershipin 1
Negroes and the union leader who keeps Negroes out of his the Negro community, they only "lead" their bosses the
I_ -1 1i trade kills people every bit as much as he fired a gun. white power structure, to whom they owe their leadership
There are many ways to kill a man. Guns aren't the only status '
------------------------" and murdered spir!!
i rI way. People can be killed psychologically J
I SUBSCRIPTION ORDER 1 tually, and the society which produced the man who Wiled Dr.
J 1I King is a society which has become skilled in the arts of psy-
Worn!I Times chological and spiritual murder. America can't let the spokesmen of violence speak for it any I

6530 NW 15th Avenue 1 Some people call it prejudice or social custom. I call it more. The decent people have to take charge now. They have ."
Miami, Florida 33W murder. to show that the Klan and the Birchers don't speak for them. I'
1 II America perpetrates psychological violence on its millionsof What Negroes are asking for -- and what the poor are !
I Enclosed please find the sum of $5.00 1 1.I poor, on its black people, and on its other minorities. It'sa marching: to ask from Washington -- Is to be included fully in .
.I 1 short step from that kind of atmosphere to a lone madmanor our system. Never has a revolution asked for so little and met .'
1 to cover the cost of a one year subscriptionto t a group of conspirators to kill a great leader. And it is with so much resistance. There are no calls from responsible

the Miami Times. still shorter step to the point where scared,guilty people arm militant groups for overthrow of the government or setting upa .
I I themselves and their neighbors, and talk of civil wars and different kind of economic system. All that Is asked is that

fighting In the streets.We the pie be sliced equally with no one barred from the table. :.
1 Mail Paper To ,.. I II have to unite to take those fingers off the triggers, and I
1 Addrsss 1 to bring and end to the violence which is becoming a way of Social and economic justice -- and an end to the violence
I life. Replacing violence with a just and equitable society Is: which destroys young children and murders great men. ThatIs t
Stota ? ':ZIP Cod...... the around which all decent people .- black and
City ?? what many thousands of concerned white citizens are doing by program

Lk _________________________-_ volunteering for countless projects In ghetto communities. white -- can unite to help' save out country.
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t 6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 7, 1968 '.,' '

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.',. t{ \ Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson is busy entertaining since the arrival f o A rY L --4

; of long time friend Mrs. Alberta Davis of Atlanta. They IN P You, your family and friends are cordially invited to attend

l are reminiscing after being separated for eighteen years. , the Fifth Grade Promotional Exercises on Friday, June 7 in
Louise Payne Cooper of Opa-locka Jetted to Memphis to ,
Frank C. Martin Elem. Cafetorium, at 9 a.m. Frank C. Mar-
t bring her son, Franklin Payne home after a stay at the Veterans tin Calendar for the remainder of the school term: Monday"

\ t Hospital. r& .y. June 10, pupils dismissed at 2 p.m.; Tuesday, June 11, pupils
.- We Welcome to Miami Frank. Jackson, formerly of Clear- dismissed at 2 p.m.; Wednesday, June 12,pupils dismissed
water, now lives in Boston, is in Miami to do research work also school closes for the 1968-69 school at
2 year
p.m. ; Friday
t for the Parkinson Foundation.Mrs. .
June 14 report cards Issued from 8:30 until 3:30pJ
I Nick (Naomi) Ford and Mrs.Juanita Johnson of Cocoa Commencement, exercises: The class of 1968, Mays: JuniorSenior .
were in Miami to attend the Debutante Cotillion Naomi's cou-
High commencement exercises, Friday June
sin, Denise Burnside one of the Debs. 7, at 8p.m.
Dade County Auditorium; Miami KUllan Sr. High .
Paul and Gracie Wyche motored to Atlanta to bring daughter -
Paula Maria home a Sunday, June 9, at 1:30 p.m.Dade County Auditorium
t Miami Palmetto High, exercises, Monday, June 10200p.m
r Rev. and Mrs.Ernest (Edna Talmadge motored to Denmark : '
Auditorium. ,
S. C. for the burial of her brother, Mr. Herman John- HM a Dade County .
( Second Baptist Church, invites you to attend their Women's

son.Congratulations to Rodney Ward, Lamount Roberts and Neal Day Observance program, Sunday, June 8. Sunday School 9:30:
I worship 11:00 a.m.Rev.John A.
Yaeger of Miami Edison Senior High who were awarded letters a.m. Morning Ferguson, pas.
and certificates of merit for their interest and performance in tor.

the school band. Leroy Lang, 2908 NW 56th Street became the J 1LJ -
first Miami Edison High School senior to receive the school'snew

Martin Luther King, Jr. trophy. City Commissioner Mrs. _
Athalie Range presented the award. The award will be given
Meet some of the PTA members who attended the Dade
annually to the senior who demonstrates qualities of brother-
hood, Justice, humane dignity and service to his school and County PTA Council final scholarship banquet at Mays Sr. High "'"
School. Pictured are Mrs. Charles Williams,past national and
community. state of PTA who was ,,; ..
past president of the National Congress :
Florence Griffin Eugene Strachan were married Saturday -
bride also the guest speaker at the banquet; Stanley Newbold, program "
The daughter of Mrs Pearl Timmons of Jack- "t;
sonville, graduated from M. W.Gilbert High School and Tuske- chairman and Mrs. Bradshaw Jones, PTA president of .
I School and co-chairman for the The ....
Dorsey Jr. High program. .. ,
: ;
gee Institute. The bridegroom, son of Mrs. Constance Stra- .
,,;J>> .h''"
theme Nelson Adams ,"
was "Unity Our Challenge. Mr. prin- ,
chan from :.
graduated B. T. WashingtonandFloridaA&M Uni- '.. 4 ,
After cipal at Dunbar Elementary School, was the toastmaster.Mr. .
versity. a wedding trip to Grand Bahama the couple will : : '
live in Miami. William Cooper, chairman, Mrs. Martha Williams,COchairman ", ,

t Singer Eartha Kitt plans to set up a privately financed, year- and Mrs. Samuel Armstrong, president. .
around camp for under-privileged children on land she owns in I :

is the Mojava Desert near Mojava, California. The camp would
: offer formal education and vocational training and be operated Musolite Club Plans TourA
1 in a manner similar to that of Boys Town in Nebraska.

Bethune Elementary Faculty entertained their retiring principal -
Western Minnesota a long Minnehaha
W. C. Cogdell at the Hampton House on Sunday. twenty-one day
Tour is being planned by the Parkway by Lake Nokomis to
Willie Gresham travelled to Grand Rapids, Michigan to pre
Musolite Social Club for July Minnehaha Falls for a view of j
sent his daughter, Sandra Sue at her debut.
through August 15.Plan the replica of
Back in Miami after a stay in Boston, Mrs. Inez Brantley and
( to enjoy this exciting trip with home. Live at the Sherman"kn
Mrs. Inez Worthy were in the Bay State for the wedding of their
its well-planned House in Chicago Illinois and
itinerary ,
daughter and granddaughter, Patricia to Mr. Anthony Oyeskiku. -
which includes "Old Man see its universities, museums

Here from Nassau for her daughter's (Barbara) debut"were River," Old Cathedral and parks and Lara doT aU's

Mrs. Chester (Ruth) Clark and daughters, Janet and Robyn. Jefferson Memorial in St. "Fountain of Time." Followthe : & 5Mta
Louis Missouri the Tomb of Musolites onto : ;
; Detroit
Gwen, Martha Ann and Warren III motored Atlanta to bring _
Buffalo Bill the Denver Moun- Cincinnati Atlanta
their son and brother home after a successful year. at Moore- Lexington,
house. tain Park System, a view of and home again.

Mrs. Roger (Ernestine) Williams of Brownsville visited her Clear Creek Canyon from
{ the side of Lookout Mountain This tour promises to be the
daughter, Wlllarene who is; a student at Tuskegee's School of
Nursing. a ride to the summit of Pikes greatest so make reservationsby

Jack and Jill Club held its annual Memorial Day outing for Peak, the Air Force Academy June 15, by calling Mrs. ;
their families all of Denver Colorado; see Geneva Henry 235-1238; Mrs. ; _
Get well wishes to and hear the story of the Great Leatha Williams 635-5752
Mrs. Van Lee(Jean)at Jackson; Doretha ;
Payne at Cedars of Lebanon; Lillian Eve Sawyer at Mercy; Salt Lake with sightseeing in Mrs. Marguerite V. Miller Newlyweds/ / Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Harrison of 1941

Dr. Hiram Coleman; the Yellowstone National 635-8885 or any Musolite Club Rutland St., Opa-locka, are pictured beside the statue
The regular meeting of the Disabled American Veterans Park; then on to Minneapolis Member. of Captain Woodes Rodgers, the first Royal Governorof 1

Auxiliary Unit $ 39 will be held Saturday, June 8, 8 p.m. at the Bahama Islands, in the sun drenchedgardens of the
Primary C 757 NW 66th St. Business importance Electionand Sheraton-British Colonial Hotel in Nassau. They honeymooned
report of candy sale. Now is the time to reactivate your fIOIt1ftI7TUYtL there following their marriage April 16 at Holy'

membership. All wives of members of DAV # 39 are invitedto euetau Redeemer Church here. Formerly August Bullard, the

Join the group. "Your bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Do /son Schenck,
On Friday there's a special hour-long concert of Sacred Neighborhood Travel
1089 NW 63rd Miami.
Music by musician Duke Ellington from San Francisco's Grace Agents" St., _
Cathedral, 7:30 p.m. Channel 2.
A* near to ot
you your
To Girl Scout Leaders: Piper Ribbons will be awarded on telephone. Give ui a call. ATTENTIONIII!!!
Monday, June 10, to all troops who meet the standards of the We deliver. 1104 NW 3rd
Piper Project. All leaders are asked to wear their Girl Scout Ave. FR 98451. Chat. C. Randolph Kindergarten's James AME Church, 1845 NW
uniforms. Meeting will begin promptly at 8 p.m. Primary C North, Manager. graduation exercise will be 65th St.All parents and friends

757 NW 66th Street.Seventynine held June 13, at So.m.atSt. are cordially invited.Artistic .

high school seniors bowed to society Saturday --
night at the 18th Annual Cotillion presented by Delta Sigma
Theta Sorority at Miami Beach Auditorium. ': .

Mrs. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Rev. Ralph Abernathy a
flew to Miami from Washington Tuesday for the memorial

service honoring her husband by the American Federation of

State, County and Municipal Employes at the AmericanHotelFlag
Day is June 14_ The Flag of the United States of Mr. and Mrs Eddie L.
America symbolizes the freedom, equality and Justice which Shorter o f 1521 NW 55th St.,
characterizes our nation. It is an emblem of our unity and our announce the engagement of
heritage, representing the traditions and ideals we hold most their daughter. Rosa Louise to r'
sacred. Display your flag! Mr. Leonard Harvey, son of

Mr. and Mrs.wilburn Brownannie) are the proud parentsof Mrs. Susie Harvey, Marianna,
a new arrival, Keith Fitzgerald. Florida.
Rushel Dupree was among the 550 seniors receiving bache The bride-elect is a grad-
lor's degrees from Morgan State College on June 3. uate of Miami Northwestern
An invitation for membership in the Masonic War Veteransof High and Florida A&M Uni- p.ItiR '
the State of Florida Inc. Belong to the world's most'dtstin- versity. An active member of ;

guished veteran organization. Join now and become a har- the Miami Alumnae Chapterof
ter member' for further details call 864-3349 or write Peter Delta Sigma Theta Sorority.
Frazin 235 78th St. Miami Beach. Miss Shorter is presently a

Congratulations; to Mrs. Marian H. Shannon and Mrs. Lem- Headstart teacher at Miramar

mie W. Mitchell who were recently initiated by Phi LambdaPi Elementary.Mr. .
scholastic honorary group, of the University of Miami. Harvey, a student at Floral Shop
Florida A&M University will
II LITTLE LADIES DAY AT CHILD OPPORTUNITY graduate June 9th from the HOME: 693.2708 SHOP
CENTER School of pharamacy. He is a : 691-7475

4n Friday, June 7, from 9 First, second, and third member of the Judiciary ARRANGEMENTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
a.m., to 11:30 a.m., we will place winners will be chosenby branch of the Student Govern- .' NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL"You
have "Little Ladies' Day at a Metro Recreation Judge. ment Association, the Ameri-
the:Liberty City Child Oppor- can Pharamaceutical Association Con't Go Wrong if You Give Flowers"MRS.

tunity C en te r. We would appreciate WillieB. Williams, Ruby and Omega Psi Phi MABLE BODIE '

very much, your attending Higgins, Minnie Brewton, are Fraternity.The MRS DORA Prop. ,
this affair, and seeing sponsors. Mildred Dean is acting marrrage will take 1551, M, WILLIAMS, Bus., Mgr.
our Little Ladles"on display. director. place June 30th. NW 62nd STREET MIAMI. FLORIDAI

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BY'STANLEY"SWEETS" SWEETING Two of the very top names Redding arranged for his

LINOTYPETHE among the "soul" singers, manager, Phil Walden, to record Jickit Corbett '
Wilson Pickett and Arthur Conley right away, say- &W&0 1. ,

LITTLE RED BOOK: Mrs Olive Barry's 'grandson Conley, will be headlined, ing he "had discovered the '"?" , PRESENTS :
Richard Barry will be ordained Deacon at Church of The Incarnation along with Etta James, in the most dynamic talent he has H

on Saturday June 22.Richard,who "Rock 'n' Soul Jamboree" ever heard."
graduated from the Theological Seminary in coming Sunday night, June 16, Conley soon demonstratedhis
Virginia on May 22, is the son of Althena at 830 to Miami Stadium, tremendous versatilityhe -- THE FABULOUS

Barry-Spann . LPN Willie Mae Perry Lower priced advance sale can soul himself softly yet

retires after 22 years in the Department of tickets for students andadultsare dramatically through ballad, ARVEIIS ..t .+. ,
Nursing at Jackson Memorial. Ditto I or raise the roof with a groov- W
.. Josie now on sale at both Economy { 1,
Tyson who retires from Jackson after 21 Drugstores; Community ing, shouting up-tempo song.

years' service under Nursing and Food Service Drug Store; United Radio& Though Redding was his
. Allapattah Junior high's Lillian TV; Band Box Barber Shop; mentor, the evidence of Sam
Capitol Record Center, Flag-, Cooke's influence is in every SOUL SINGING OF
Kemp taggedher 3-month-old
daughter Keah.. Gilbert StYles'niece
ler St.; Record Bar, Micacle song he sings. Conley was
Hazel Pendar, down from Brooklyn Y. to see her ailing -
moved Cooke'sdeath
mother Muriel Williams Mile, Gables; Spec's, South deeply by EDDIE tOVErr .'M4'PLUS's
Dixie Highway; Melody Music, remembering that, asa
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Nancy Parker's daughter Linda Mau- downtown Hollywood; and Spin teenager in Atlanta, he has

rice has been chosen an outstanding business-student-of-the- City, Ft. Lauderdale. been invited on several occas- ' '' ; ,
year and named on the honorable mention list of Future Sweet- ions by Cooke to appear with
hearts of America at Carol City High . The Church of God Pickett, from Pratville, him, and once had Conley join 1$1Mirotlierkftodl
of Prophecy's: Golden Anniversary will be commemorated dur- Ala. began his singing career him in a duet. Conley felt that E' NANO +
ing its annual state convention June 5-9. presiding Elder- performing with gospel groupsas Redding was the replacementthe

Overseer is M. T. Linkous. .Jackson Memorial clerk Fran- a soloist in and around De- world needed for Sam : '

cine Thompson has been promoted to Hospital ward supervisor troit. In 1959 he was discovered Cooke, but now Redding,too, is r ,.,
. The William (Janie) Frysons celebrated their first by Willie Schofield of the gone, lost in an aircraft acc- : ,
anniversary May 31. famous Falcons. While with
dent last winter in Wiscosin.
SALT WATER TAFFY: The Charmettes (Miami chapter) the Falcons, Pickett became Conley now carries on--and Fri.-Sat.-Sun. :X. .

took their 'Git er' halves up to West Palm Beach May 25 where aware of the world of rhythm- somo of his great hits have included l.' I' ,
all were guests of the WPB chapter during the latter's "Mod and-blues, and at the,same "Shake Rattle and Benny Lattimore ;
Ball" affair. The local group housed itself at the Holiday Inn time the Falcon fans awoke to Rill," and the current best- :;:> ', ::

during the visit . .The Gibson family of Coconut Grove lost the soul drive that Pickett selling "Funky Street.; :r r;
its mother Mrs. Loretta Gibson, pioneer citizen, M.1y29. It'll brought to this new world of Freddie Scott
be a 2 p.m. funeral at Christ Episcopal on Saturday . Bay- music, and he became an instant Appearing with Pickett and
front Park's auditorium Is earmarked for the Atlantic Social hit. He is now one of the Conley, besides Etta James, It The Kinfolks ;
whose hits have included > t
Club's annual dance June 14. . Houseguesting with Bertha hottest artists on the concert ,
Mack last weekend was Mrs Frances Dixon from Moultrie, and one-nighter tours,and has "Tell Mama"Security"and"Pve
Georgia. worked most of the top rock- Got You Babe,' will be BUTTER BALL M.C.
and-roll TV shows in New Bobby Scott, Peggy Scott and
THE WEEK'S WASH: Now that two-time loser for the State York and Jo Jo Benson.
Legislature Earl Carroll has finally won a seat on the Metro Hollywood.
Commission, watch for the long list of Judas scariots' Wilson Pickett's remarkable ) -

who'll flock around him chanting "Iknew you could Iwas abilities as a singer are
with you all the time" . Ditto the Joe Kershaw skeptics and only a part of his musical talent __ p
phonies who crooned "he doesn't have a chance' . Youth --he is also an accomplished STORE OR MENtTE.nIN'E's
Hall's probation officer Eugene Strachanand Brownsville jun- song writer and has writtenor

ior high's Florence Griffin became MR and MRS June 1 at co-written 3 gold record $
million sellers-- "In the Mid
Church of the Open Door.,,
night Hour ," "634-5789" n'
SCRATCH MY BACK: Crossing"the burning sands" into Iota "Land of 1,000 Dances," and ''',
Phi Lambda's House of Greekdom last SaturdayJune 1)) were lately "Funky Broadway" and

Roslyn J. Bethel, Laurastine Chisolm, JoAnn Walker, Ann "She's Lookin' Good."

Thomas, Hazel Matthews, Vera Wyche, Willie Pearl Galloway Arthur Conley, who played
and Ethel M.Smith. Little Karen Hepburn suffered a broken -
here last summer with the
rightlegwhenshealfghtedfromanMTA bus and was struckby
late great Otis Redding, and
a passing motorist along NW 20th as she left school to meet
was a protege of the master
her mother Mrs Elijah (Bonnie) Hepburn . Mrs. Jack
soul singer, broke through to
(Lucille) Johnson's sister Mrs Moor passed suddenly last
the top in the world of soul
Tuesday night in West Hollywood (Fla). music with a song called :'"
I "s w a e t Soul Music," which )
STUFF AND SUCH: Glenda Graham-Harris Fannie Davis- r' ri<
was a gold record million sel
Thurston Richard Paul Dunn and Franklin Clark received Masters -
f I
degrees from Barry College last Sunday night (June 2)) ler.He
. .Atty Henry Arrington hosted the Earl Carroll victory cele- credits the great Redding a
bration Brownsville EOPI Center last week.Could be a with his success,for it was the \ rf: 3i'i

Metro judgeship looming for the dapper legal mind. Hope so keen ear of the King of Soul }
I I 11 1 Many letters from New York and Nassau readers tell us who heard a scratchy demo ofa i j::,, tx \ Ut

to keep the column rolling. It's their "coffee" during break- Conley recording in Balti-
fast and "dessert" following dinner. Thank Q. more and was aware instantlyof l' '\ ;; t
I the potential of the'youthful ,\
soulster. Sh t

SWEETS TREATS: Drew junior high Norward Dean (felled
by a student's bullet two weeks ago) and the missus Ruby are :, 'I'
cuddling their new born boyby who arrived at Mercy Hospital \ ;

May 27 . Jamaica NY fire fighter Leo Mt-ndis in town visiting :, .1 I
his cousin Herman Schwecke . The Thirlee (Beulah ,
Finley) Smiths Sr's son Thirlee Jra F1skU grad) now teach- :::

ing at Lorah Park elementary is a Miami Herald correspondent t 1f
His recent article from Washington, D.C. on "Babies
Faces Show Price of Poverty" (June 3)) Is an eyearrester.Read .
it.MIAMI. '\

MUSINGS: Buxom Florine coakley over from Nissau \ ..', ',., '
on a hectic shopping tour and houseguesting with the Eugene "I" .. j :.. ',, ''

Duncombes Sr of Opa-locka . .'Valedictorians and Saluta-' "", ,r,,/,.
torlans from local high schools for 1968 Include; Mays Pris- r?r}; ,:' "

cilla Ivey and CathinaAkine...Jackson Fulvia Almeida and ,'\to.. I .:!!' ." r '"
Katherine Knight . Northwestern Marilyn Lewis and 111' '
;::. ., two for the ,,'
Sandra Sears . Carol City David Evans and Larry Miller !,I, '" go
. Add Birthdays in May; Sybil Boggis 30th . Leo Arm- ;: BY EDWARDS OF CALIFORNIA I''','

brister 31st. . Nathaniel La Fleur birthdayed June 2nd . I
Georgianna Johnson's came June 6th.
This sportive twosome is a great

CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: The Earl 1 (Mary Bake r)Ed- 'ty' Father's Day giftl Both of Or/on*

wards' celebrated another anniversary Thursday (June 6))? .\, acrylic. S-M-L-XL Cardigan in blue

John Jackson of Charles Drew elementary and his fraulein We share your .. ',
brown led gold, green black $17
Vera Jackson of Allapattah elementary celebrated their 4th on . .
May 29 with home festivities held in their Carol City home on pride on this . Short'Sleeve. neck-striped mock turtle .

John's birthday May 30 . Treasure Island elementary Instructor day in coordinated lighter shades $11
Oral Allen Sr., who'll be curriculum assistant at great "
.. store for men, street floor :
Frances Tucker elementary in '68-69 was presented an of-

fice desk-set by Treasure Island and a marble pen-set by its VARSITYBARBER ...' .: ',, DOWNTOWN MIAMI (at all 7 Burdine's stores)
PTA as a departing memo for his services . Dunbar ele-
mentary's retiring Walter C. Cogdell received a departing SHOP
breakfast, sports coat and kind words from Dr Ira P. Davis 6540 NW 15th Avenue
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(King of Clubs) and Oral Allen (Alpha Phi Alpha) during last Harry Smith, Prop. "

Friday's departing celebration.

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>> :. :'.... Musical' Sable to Duke Ellington LIB Now
.r'. CITY
! ;} !. i On The 'Today' Show June 13 ShowingFirst

V,""r One of America's most beloved (who has been with Ellington phisticated Lady" -- which he York City's Rockefeller Cen Miami Run
t". \ composer musicians, for 30 years), saxophonistsJohn plays for dances, nightclubsand ter. An article which appeared -
f Edward Kennedy (Duke) Hodges and Harry Car- pop concerts -- and has in the New Yorker maga- YUL ROBERT
.-\: Ellington, will be the subject ney (who have both been with also written music for religious zine sums up their tremen- BRYNNER MITCHUM
the ""Today show on Thursday Gonsalves, bass player Jeff his "personal music." : "To miss Ellington at the Revenge roars across seething Mexico as the Villistas return
June 13 (7-9 a.m. NYT, Casteleman and drummer Duke Ellington and his orchestra Rainbow Grill would be like blow for blow,murder for murder...and a gringo gunrunner
in color,-) on the NBC Tele- Rufus Jons.Between. are currently appear turning off one's radio just as" In the !
swept up
vision Network. the musical performances ing at the Rainbow in new Lindbergh was about to land gets
The first extended perfor- "Today" host
mance by the Ellington band on Hugh Downs will talk with El-
network television was madeon lington about his long and very
a two-hour "Today" spec- successful career. Ever since
ial in 1964, and they are the he for m e d his first band in MIAMI NOW
first to be invited back to the Washington, D. C., Ellingtonhas
693-4211 PLAY I
! early morning show for a second been known as one of the DRIVE-IN
two-hour appearance. most distinctive, original Jazz 8100 N.W. 7TH AVE. __
Members of the band who musicians. He has created a
will appear on the "Today" style that any Jazz lover will WINNER I
special Include several musicians recognize after Just a few bars AWARDS
c I who have been with Ellington as"the Ellington sound." th 5 ACADEMY 'Y f s f#
over the years.Among Ellington has written over
)}" these Jazz artists are trumpe- 1,000 songs, including such
I ter William "Cat" Anderson, favorites. "Mood Indigo,"
: ft
trombonist Lawrence Brown "Stormy Weather" and "SOIi' -

Ii' Valles & Rock Sponsor I"W \ 4 '.

Jazz ConcertsFor + *'

the past four years the cert will sound off at the Ran-
two main voices of Jazz in the cher Lounge, Biscayne Blvd. .I .
South Florida area has been and 126th Street.Featuring the w
China Valles and Alan Rock. "Miami Jazz all Star Quin- i
Both Alan and China have tet" which includes Ira Sulli-
worked asDee-JaysonWMBM van, Charlie Austin, Eric -
alternating employment as the Knight, Donn Mast, and Buddy Y
all night talent. Now neither Delco. A new Jazz quintet will
one is programming Jazz on at this concert,
radio. China is still WMBM "The Jazz Scopes" this group SIDNEY POUIER ROD STEIGER -
doing the R&B bag Art Johnson,Billy
has turned to Miami's newest Miller, Abe Meeks, Jimmy "IN m: l\TOFTK: NIGHT"colI."I B <
television station, WAJA Glover, and Bobby Chin, allot WARREN: OATES,lEE GRANT r' f
Channel 23, doing the all day the Jazz Scopes are profes- "a STIRLING SILLIPHANT "o0 a WALTER MIRISCH "a NORMAN JEWISON
stock market sow. sional musicians who workaround COLOR HDtU. i MUSIC-QUINCY JONES''N' tit(,HEAT a THE NICIIT'cug'Try RAY CHAAlES United Artist
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town as musicans !!
Now, both Alan Rock and earning a living playing different
China Valles have teamed up musical forms, but this A FEW DOLLARS MOREIn uuKNIGHT ,-
to bring live Jazz concerts to Sunday, June 2, its Jazz for a
the area again. China has on Sunday mind. Two complete
\ his own produced several con shows 4:30: and 7 p.m.As usual .
certs while Rock has produc- guest stars will be drop- I
l ed concerts all over the city. ping by. Everyone is welcome,
: This Sunday live Jazz Con- and the dress is casual. i


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I would like to thank those persons who wrote the column for :
the last four weeks, and congratulate them ona (fine Job.lam :
sure you readers enjoyed the refreshing change and getting the ,
1; different views. I thought I had better come back before you
decided one of them or all of them could replace me perma

__ _____ _-n._____________ nently. Thanks again to each of them.Now down to brass tacks I
. The citizens 1 and city officials have gotten together on I
Florida Memorial College's Library Building standsout many planned programs for the teens of the county, including ,
at the college site NW 156th Street and Lejeune Rd. the Operation called HAPPY(Have a pre.planned program for
I Franklin Cited For BraveryWoodrow where fourteen buildings are 80% completed in SouthFlorida's Youth) . and "Stars Over Mia m I"to name two of them.
"Stars over Miami" will present amateur shows in the vari-
newest institution of higher education.
t raniuin,a popular by Attorney Robert Maxwell. ous sections of the county and city, and each week's winner '
Negro merchant, has been The burglary occurred in Originally built to accommodate 750 students, the will appear on Channel 2 TV. The finalists will appear on the
awarded for his bravery and December. at the Food Palaces college will open this September with almost 1200. Ted Mack Amateur Hour in New York. In this program also

willingness to get involved in tor e when Franklin noticed The community Is Invited to visit the college com are blockparties and movies, and guest stars that are appear
an armed burglary. that the store had been broken pus, particularly on weekends.. ing in the area.The Operation HAPPY program will(or shouldI
into. When he went inside, say have) open centers around the neighborhoods where teens
Franklin,'who owns Frank Franklin noticed the intruderand can'go to shoot pool, play ping pong,and other games and en-
lin's Carpeting Service, was started to chase the bandit. GOSPEL EXTRAVAGANZAThere Joy themselves under an adult supervisor. The supervisor is
told by an armed burglar to lie The bandit then pulled a gun not there merely to supervise, but to see to it that all of the r
on the floor. Though Franklin and Franklin to the introduced to each other and that
tojld lay on will be an Extrava- the Silver Star Gospel Singersand youth are they are having
complied with the bandit's request floor. time in the These are fine
of Music Sun a good participating programs.
ganza Gospel other local talent.
he got a good look at him Though a wallet was found
day afternoon June 9 at 3:00 starts toward giving our young people some place to go and
and helped convict Frank Cow- outside the store that belonged at Mt Olivette Baptist Church This is something to do with their spare time .. with other youth of
being -
program sponsored
art with a positive identifica to Cowart, police said they 1450 NW First Court.Rev.lC. by the Sunday School in their own ages.The old Food Fair_store on 62nd Street is one
tion.The could not have convicted Cow- Mickens of the places that have already been obtained,and several businessmen
pastor. interest of its educational financial '
award art without Franklin's
-presented by
The program will featurethe effort. Mrs. l C. Mic- have offered other places.In addition to this, the Miami
the H i a 1 e a h- Miami Springs identification. Cowart was '
Bar Association was made sentenced to five Magic City Gospel Singers, kins, superintendent. Heraldispushinga sendachildtocamp' program where
years. people of all nationalities and all walks of life.are donating
monies to send boys and girls who would not be able to attend
camp otherwise. In the paper each day is an application blankif I
you or your child is interested i n going to camp, and a form ;
MIAMI Sf iDIUM ilP. for sending donations for this worthy cause.No donation is too
small, and every little bit helps. So if you can afford a dollar,
please send it. . and if you cannot afford to send your child )
to camp and would like for him to go, send in the applicationblank.

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inci $2.50AT MUOWT":i itnet :=:'- PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: John Honeywell !
tAmol... loICOIM .......__ VIP OF THE WEEK: Theodore Anderson
OFFICE STADIUM-RICHMOND DRUGS, Richmond Heights Jobs are opening up, and better salaries are being paid. 1.
Many of these Jobs go lacking because we cannot find qualified ,l''
>- people to take them. Please prepare yourseltand take advantage .i
!r ... 3BW' ;: " 't iaIr !: of these Job openings. If you are already .
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to get the kind of Job you want if you are rL
capable of doing it. I (
We are so very proud of Joe Kershaw and
Earl Carroll. Their victories show the progress j I
we are making in Miami more than j I
any words can express. We regret that WillingtoL \
Rolle and Zeke Burrows did not
"Make it," but next time we will.I think the I
1 conflict in names had a lotto do with one of the candidates not
winning his fight . and the lack of money to put on an ef-
lecnve campaign. one of the candidates mentioned that not one
.>FW of our organizations had helped his campaign in any way. We )
yet have to learn to stick together and help one another. One
dollar from each of us would have made big difference I be
lieve. But the time .is coming . and it is not far off.
"SHE'S LOOKING GOOD"f We watched the TV program with "Butterball," Johnny
a Burke, and others last Sunday. I sincerely hope that you saw
p it. It was all a plea to keep Miami "cool,' for the summer, but
as Butterball put it ; "Miami has Summer .llso: on this
program, there was a complaint about teens being harrased by
the police. It is not only the teens,but adults as well. We knowan
interracial couple that has been constantly harrased with

r 1 petty tickets when seen riding together . and not only that ;, .
r . another policeman was a witness to one of the incidents. It
has been carried to the proper authorities! and we feel that it (
.' '" 11I10__ will help the same cause of the teens. Miami Isacomparately ,
"' ,
I. new city, and is growing so fast that it is hard for government
JO JOBENSON to keep up with the trends.Do you know that there are over one I'I
m illi 0 n-two hundred thousand people in Dade County ? ? ?

I QUICK NOTE_DEPARTMENT; Red Prysock town working
with Steve Gibson at the Newport.And speaking of the Newport,
they won Steve Long from the EvergladesHotelSales Depart f'
"FUPlKY,; !"1 "LOVER'S HGUDAr .;, ment. He is a loss to Miami,and we will miss him on the scene
. the show at the Fox's Den still going strong . Frank
\ PEGGYSCOTT. Rivers is ill. Know he would appreciate a card . The Urban
League had a big fabulous affair at the Bayfront Auditorium
d 4 Sunday. if you missed it,'Til bet you won't miss the next one .I,
. Lew Price, Director of the City of Miami Department of
.. 4'p { Publicity and 'Tourism is wondering what happened to Willie
++ Slater ? ? 7 Tannie Dean has Just received a new post, and we I
are very proud of him. (He is our 'Sepia Mayor") ;' . Hear :'
tell that someone is planning a male fashion show. Shades of .
the "Immaculate Dozen I I I" ,We still pick our winner Sgt. 1
Nash for the best dressed man in town,and the runner-ups are w
Y no "slouches' . par & Birdie Club sent two kids,to Camo
ti . Larry Batcblar in town for a check up. Lazying around
Christian Hospital instead of being on his Job in the Ministryof
Tourism in Freeport. He sez Dr..Pattersons,knows what's
best for:him',and if we know."Pat' he does . ,China Valles
,s kon and Alan Rock's big Jazz show at the Rancher last Sunday wasa
mA Awn smash hit. Medina Carney is: back in Miami and they say she

; LE C WILSO T "brought the house down" . and the house was a full one.
That's it for this week . Till the next one . LIVE LIFE f
0 EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT. PEACE!It's nice to be back.
I missed y'all. .


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this week being the last week of school, activities
Well, now that summer is here, lam sure that some people around our campus were at a stand still.
are wondering what to do with it.Last summer proved quite a .

.. bore for some, but ''this one is starting off with a bang. ..- The physical Education and Health classes presented a
!, On the sixteenth of this month is the June Jamboree. It will "Gymnasium Jamboree," on May 29, in the gym.Various
be heldatMiamiStadiumstartingateightthirty p.m. The show : iy f; games were demonstrated by the boys and girls. The presi-
will be featuring such stars as Wilson Pickett, Etta James, dent's Physical Fitness ,award was presented to 56. students,
Arthur Conley, Peggy Stewart and JoJo Benson. Advance
. ; tickets for adults are $3 and for students $2. See you there. Approximately 12 buses were iced to take the Seniors for
: I Welcoming home from college Lynnette Williams-Spelman, >.- Commencement practice at M I a m I Beach Auditorium. The
j v Frazier Bradley and Bernard Welters-Morehouse. ...... class I of'68 has the largest senior c 1 a s s in the history of
r Most people have predicted a long hot summer. I think this j:.,n Northwestern. There are 575 seniors.
statement is pointed indirectly at the youth. It is up to us to '
{\ be Friday June 7at 8
d Seniors awards night'will p.m. hon-
stay in our place and prove them wrong.Disaster struck many : :
towns and cities last summer. This was due to a questionablecause. ,' oring students who were outstanding during the school year.,
However this the WHY is out in the
summer more openas '," Seniors have received caps and gowns\and are ready forthat
we hear the bitter cry of revenge.Who will be blamed in the
grand day.
fall wben the riots have subsided?Who will be at the other end, ..

of the pointed finger? We can answer this question ourselves. ".''j. ,. Summer classes in English, Math, Social Studies, and
; Who is always blamed,and at the other end of the pointed finger. ,Jif\ Biology will be offered through June 17 to June 26, at Miami
Let's prove them wrong. \"" Northwestern. In addition to the academic class there will be
j Newly elected officers at Northwestern are Jestina Days- J l'11 leisure time typing and homemaking classes. Registration is
Miss Miami Northwestern William DuHart-Pres. of the stu- _.-' .' t
.' now in progress at the school.
dent Council, Beatrice Horton-Vice Pres., Cheryl English - -
,\ Captain of the Pep-Team, Yvonne Taylor Co-Captain.Con- PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEKOur Senior Worship day will be Sunday at churches around Mi
1 gratulations. ami.
} :\ pretty girl of the week is Brenda Bennett, daughter
45 of the week 921 The faculty and senior class welcome y all to their 12th
"Some Things You Never Get Used To" by Mr. Charles Leroy Bennett and Miss Rowena Williams
Diana Ross and the Supremes. NW 56th Street. Brenda Is a Junior at Miami Edison Senior Annual Commencement exercises at Miami Beach Auditorium,
t, Album of the week "Honey" by Jimmy McGriff. High School and her bobbies are sewing, partying, reading, Tuesday, June 11, at 8 p.m. The line of march will move off
i dancing and sports. Brenda would like to be a nurse. promptly at 7:45 p.m.
Proms celebrated the past week-end were Miami Northwest-

j ern, who really had a swinger, Miami Central at the Saxony,
and Miami Jackson at the luxurious Deauvllle. This Week At Booker T. Washington Community School I
The Debutante Cotillion Ball was a huge success as the
k Deltas presented scores of lovely young girls into society. Karate classes are taught School Softball Team will be this a grand success. The tration information.

Don't forget the Urban League Ball,this Saturday night (June .each Monday, Thursday, and their next opponent, at 2 p.m. Tenth District staff will be on Ah-hl! Flowers are beauti-
8)) at the YW-YMHA Auditorium. friday, at 7:30 p.m. by Mr. Friday at Flamingo Park on hand to install the officers for ful! To know how to arrange
'' Billy Hall. The public is invited Miami Beach. 1968-69.. flowers artistically is a
JAPANESE WANTS PEN PAL to come and learn this Adult Basic: Education clas- NEW CLASSES TO BEGIN worthwhile art known by few

Dear Editor, life-saving skill. ses are held from 7:00 to930 SOON people. ''Now ladies and gents,

I wish to make friends with your people.So I am writing this The Softball Team will play I..p.m., Monday through Thurs- you fAre a gardener,:? Do you you1 can become one of those
letter. Primary "C' Community days. If you are interested in lose time from your work few people and learn the lei-
Will you please publish this letter in your paper? School Softball team on Thursday learning how to r e a d smoother waiting around for your lawn sure way. A new class In now.
j I have been desiring for a long time to get contact with some June 6, at 5:00 p.m. and faster, these classesare cutting machines tobe repair er arrangements and floral
people in your country to correspond in order to create a good Ida Fisher Community made for you. individ- ed? Are you interested in designing is about to begin.
friendship. ualized instruction guaranteed learning howtodo-It-your- Just call the Booker T,Washington -

Well, I will tell you about myself, self? Then call this number- Community School at
Name: Izumi Kusano Sex: Male COMING ATTRACTION! 377-2536 or 377-2537 to find 377-2536 or 366-2537 for fur-

Address: 903-3 leyama, Kawane-cho, Age: 14 John Griffin Post 165, out how to register for a classin ther information.Get .

Haibara-gun, Shizuoka-ken, American Legion and the Aux Lawn Mower Repair. in on the hot one now!
428-01 Japan iliary will hold its annual Installation If you are not a gardner,but Mothers with teenage daugh-
Hobbies: Popular music, movies and swimmingAs
of officers at BookerT. do own a lawn mower too
,you, ters from 14 and can
I was born on the 6th of September, 1953, I shall be 15 Washington on Wednesday, might be interested in learn- enroll in our Sewing Class together -
years old this September. June 19, at 8 p.m. All Legionnaires ing how to do-It-yourself.Call
Class starts Monday,
I would be to hear from
very glad new pen friends in Ameri- and Auxiliary membersare
T. Washington June 17 and will last through
ca.If asked to be on time to make Community School for
August 5. Come learn to sew
you will hear my request r 11 be more than glad and more-
over, if you will publish this letter in your column, it would be
still better. If not, then please pass this to some schools or
cultural organizations in your neighborhood at least. II

Yours very truly, rT
Izumi Kusano {

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Union Leroy Lang, Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. Leroy Lang Sr.of
COLUMBUS, Ohio.-A Ne- 2908 NW 56th Street becamethe
gro who claimed discrimination first Miami Edison High
blocked his chances of School senior to receive the .
getting a construction Job was school's Martin Luther King
in Federal Court ruling.U. Jr. Memorial Award. d v
S. District Judge Joseph The presentation of the Ra
ofPhotography P. Kinneary also ordered the award was made by City Commissioner -
union, Local 189 of the United Mrs. Athalie F
Association of Journeymenand Range Leroy was presentedwith
Apprentices of the Plumb- the award because he pos-
4930 NW 7th Avenue ing and Pipefitting Industry,to sessed those qualities of bro- i a df
assure the Negro workers a therhood, human dignity and /L
757-7741 Job. service to his community and
GRADUATION Gwylard W. Locke of school.

SPECIALIn Columbus field the suit against Leroy is a member of Edi .
Local 189, the Mechanical son's concert, marching and 1 J ill
living color Contractors Association of Jazz band and a proud mem- Angelo Rutherford
1 8x10 Central Ohio, Inc and three ber of Edison's famed Key personal 3f 1,1430 NE 151st Street, 14 year old Drama student under the
union officials. Judge Kin Club. He also received the house will b. Director-Producer Ruth Foreman of the North Miami Play
2 3x5 (postcard) neary dismissed the union officials honored John Philip Sousa Young seen frequently/ on upcoming Gentle Ben television/ episodes..

4 Wallets as defendants.The award for the outstanding ser- theater) Angelo appears in Ruth Foreman's Pied Piper Playhouse (children's
court order also included vices which every Saturday in The Kids Sock It
he has renderedto To Me (an our gang comedy) currently starring in
.. A II of these Baby
$8.95 a permanent injunction requiring the Edison band.
for the two defendants to to IJ"s. Foreman, who has of
Leroy plans further his earned the title of First Lady of Theater in the state
FREE FREE FREE assure equal employment opportunity education at Talladega Col- has always used talented/ perFormers recommending
'1' ANY TOP 10 RECORD under the Civil lege, Talladega, Ala. and them for film regardless af race, creed, or color.on her stage as well as'
WITH PURCHASE Rights Act of 1964.Locke filed go into the field of pre-medi- Angelo plans to make Show
Biz uiJeJ tom'
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I DORSEY DIARY I fars Over Miami" Opens June 21"Stars ::1,

Over Miami" -- a I

"All I i iw city-wide summer program I I ,
good must
come I
aimed at providing neighborhood :
to an end and so for '
\\IT entertainment through
ites, the school year ends,and : amateur talent contestssetJune
we hope, kids, you are just a
21 as the target for its
little bit sad that it is ending.It opening. r ,

lot was of things a good and year.we learned We did a a H At a meeting Wednesday, rN'i' c (L '
May 29, of City of miami of- :
lot. We also had
a lot of fun. ++ 1 ficials and leaders of the
Let's all tune out the by 7If
year fp are a' s entertainment indus-
tuning in this Saturday morn-
chairman Garth Reeves
try, ,
ing June 8th, to WKAT at 9 ?..,pp ilrw, / s sb sf y editor of the Miami Times,
1360 AM and 93.1 FM to hear
; said, "Some 10,000 circularsand
"The Dorsey Radio panel" t Roe1vii Pt4
5,000 entry blanks will be
present a show on"Young-Mi- circulated to YMCA and YWCA
ami ; AxCA :
radio stars
Speaks. Our
schools and
centers, parks,
will be students from 7th 8th
EOPI Operation Happy
and 9th grades. They are : ami recreation sites to help I

James Seymour, Calvin Cash, get the program started."
Marie Carr and Ledelia Aus- M t

tin. We know you will tune us t 1 Co-chairman HarryBotwick : ; !_ _

in! 4 district manager of
Florida State Theatres, Inc.,
A couple of popular Dorsey- said competition will be in two /

ites now at Northwestern age groups: 9 to 12 and 13 to
dropped by last week, and we 1 c 11 t f'y 18.

must mention their achievement "Winners," he added,"wUl ,
Loretta Wells, who was in district
our Student Council President, tition compete with finalists appearingon compe- Instead of waiting until 11th grade to take 1

and Iris Troy, our past vice- ear the Ted Mack Amateur Hour auto mechanics, ninth grader David Parrish spendsthe
president of the Honor Society, 1 y X1.3 1 1s program in the fall. last two hours of his school day studying and

were nominated by their ;" Mayor Stephen P. Clark, working in the auto shop at Mays High. The oppor-

Northwestern Counselor, Mr. ,, Vice Mayor Irwin G.Christie, tunity as made possible by the Vocational Guid-
F. Woodard as Future College
ance Project which is designed utilize :
to senior
H e a d Starters. Congratulations Range and City Manager M. L.

to them both! Reese, present at the break- high schools' comprehensive facilities j I

One more time! The Golden fast meeting at the Hampton

Eagle made its final appear- House Motel, heartily endorsed 'j

ance and Dorseyites read all the program.It .
the schoolnews fit to rpint-- was Reese who proposedthe

and there was lots of it.Under "Stars Over Miami" name \
,: for the project.Following .
the direction of Mrs. M.
Beneby, the staff deservesour the first show at / t
Manor Park, June 21, other EMI'
tw 1. programs will be at Virrick tJ
Meanwhile, Student Council k Park, Coconut Grove on June J

collected money for the kids at 24; at Dixie Park June 26and

This very thoughtful act on the l Brownsville Park, June 27. :
part of our' students got the All contestants will receive Psate I

attention of Charles White of prizes and finals will be in Mi- ,
the Miami Herald who gave ami Staidum. -

Dorseyites a pat on the back in T a1 Ir Other phases of the program
it t'n
his daily front page column on include roping off city blocks 1

May 21. Some of the most successful for dancing, free muvies and

highlights on the partof r fr entertainment by top celebri- Y :
Student Council for the year ,( /

were the Student photographs; Mar ties.Reeves announced the fol- ,I.

Talent Show involving talent 1< lowing committee chairmen: i
from other schools; "Eveningin Blanche calloway and Milton

Maya semiformaldance M r "Butterball" Smith, disk joc-
; and Dress Up Day.Student keys, Talent and Screening J

Council activities have p h { Committee; Angelo Sands, PI:1I4J1Mr. :
brought a lot of fine experiences i d .1 4 IV Stagehands Union No. 545

to all Dorseyites.Con- '(i New. -of Delores Carr IaTSE, Stage and Decorations; condi t
Council Natural
gratulations to them! Mr. H. ) president Dorsey Student ; .Dave Bondu, EOPI official grooming
President Joseph Phillips. tioner. Makes hair to \
Bethel was sponsor. Vice Prizes and Plaques; and Bea your easy
((2)) Students take over the teaching on Student Government Baxter, Television and Radio. manage, easy to comb. Conditions :
Last week, May 24,was stu- Day. Ledelia Austin does the teaching here. at the same time. Spray \

dent Government Day. stu- (3) Dorsey Girl Scouts under Mrs. M.Adderlyattend outingon B.T.W. TEACHERSTO '. more tangle, no more tugging 1.50 I
dents assumed the roles of the Dinner Key. S SE .

entire staff on that day and dida (4) Audrey Royale takes over for Mr. L.Albert, Counselor, BEFETED' Mr. Natural hair sheen. Adds
fine job. U you don't believeus on Student Government Day. natural softness and lustre. Givesa
Members of the Brooker T.
look at the pictures! (5) Kids take over office on Student Government Day: Norma Junior School rich natural look to dull, lifeless :
and Johnny Williams Washington High hair . .. especially recommended I
Haddly, Pam Rizer, Tony Lampkins,
The PE Department a faculty are busy compiling an
((6) Miss E. Wilson's Art students take in the Art Exhibit at after using Mr. Natural grooming '.
great as usual. From the educational "this is your life"
year Barry College. conditioner . . . . . . . 1.50 (
"Golden Eagle" we learned booklet to present to Mrs.
that the girls Softball team won ((7)) Art students pose beside Barry College Library Buildingon Hazel S. Simmons who will be Richards Toiletries, all 6 stores 1

the County-wide championshipfor field trip. retiring this year.
(8) Wild Bill Hickock"and Cisco Kid gallop Pirates World l
the second straight year, Other members of the .
April 5.May field trip. (They look a little like Mr. T. R. Garner and Mr. faculty who will be transfer- ", (j

L. Floyd). ring will be given certificatesof ,-:. .', .
22, at Sunnyland Park, ((9)) Edwin Lewis and Piney Bendross win the most out of ,1 (
for the numberof
appreciation "
defeated Pal-
in turn
boys ,1'
17-l6 to win the sight clothes award. years they have served at ,' :.'
Jr. High (10) Audio-Visual Club visits Channel 7 on field trip. j
county championship in soft- the school. The principal and
several kins Johnnie Johnson Rosa members of the administrative ,
ball also. Outstanding playerswere who helped us through f
: Hubert Robinson, difficulties. The community Brooks, Jacqueline Hunt, staff will be special hosts
Joseph Robins, Rueben Rob- involvement with the school Marsha pace, Paulette Wal- for the end of school year ac- i

bins, Anthony Cutler, Clyde promises a better year next lace, Frances Ferguson, tivity.Mr.. CALL 377-9211 TO ORDER IN DADE ;
Black and Ronald Wiley. Con- school year. Summer school Willie Harrell, Wyomia Eddie B. Bunyan is _
gratulations are in order to the should be of much benefit and HolseyedeliaAustinGailyn chairman of the faculty club; I t

entire Physical Educaton Department pleasure." Blount, Ellen McDuffey, and, Mrs. Marian H. Shannonis
at Dorsey as well as Mr. A. Sparks, chairman of Brenda Hart, Lisa Hanna, faculty liaison for the pro- I RICHARDS, 1 N.E. 1st St., Miami, Fla. 33101 6/7T I

to our boys and girls! Awards Day Committee, releases Naomi Cobb, Larry Russell, fession. Please send me the following at 1.50 each:
Loretta Mr. Natural grooming conditioner Quantity .
these names of out- Brenda Barkley,
Coach Freddie Pittman says standing Dorseyites who received Burns, Nathaniel I Dennis, The coveted American Le- I Mr. Natural hair sheen ........ Quantity I :
that the Awards Day Programof gion Awards were won by 9th ,
awards the past week. Robert Johnson, Vanessa An- Name.... ..... ... .......... .. .. ...... .... '

greatest the PE in Department the history was of the the Over gories 1600 were awards five cate-We derson Patricia, Juan Evans it a Blandford, Norman, tricia graders Evans Steve, two James of our and most Pa- :I Address..: ....:... :.. .......:"..:'::'.:::...:'...........'.:: .:::'.::.':.:::: .........:::::::::::: :I ;

school with over 300 Dorsey- outstanding 9th graders! I : : ... .... ....
regret we do not have space Haddly, DorethaSmith, Pamela City.'....... ......... ... ...... ... .. .... State Zip I '
ites receiving awards for for a 11 our outstanding stu- Rizer,Norma Philips, Mary That about wraps it up, kids! 0 Charge Acct. #............ 0 Check or M.O. 0 C.O.D. .:
achievement.A But must thank the Miami .
dents. Osborn, Yuvonnie Redding.For we I Please add 4% sales tax on Florida deliveries, I' \
message from Mr. The following 9th grade stu- outstanding work and Times who has encouraged us, 50o for C.O.D. orders, 50o for orders under $5 wtthin' ,J JI
parting printed our material, and has I our Delivery Zone, 60c postage; outside our Delivery Zone .
"Congratulationsto dents received a scholarshipaward cooperation in homo economics I
C. Allgood: helped inspire our studentsover RICHARDS FREE DELIVERY ZONE: Key West to Vero Beach
certificate for maintaining were received .
our children for a highly trophies -
the . Let's all
successful year. We are a 3.0 average for five by Cathy Divas and Lisa years I I'
have a fine summer! - - (
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June,7. 11.68 13

I I Urban League Staffs Community Leadership Development Program I

Mrs. Maude K. Reid,president tended Florida A&M University their concerns and interest in and supprot from the community regardless of race. Another and educational benefits by
of the Board of Directorsof and is the staff coordinator. the redevelopment plans for is for urgent importance In program is Economic Development Joining the Urban League now
the Greater Miami Urban Mr. James B. Pierce, their community. Urban Renewal getting projects like the Community and Employmentthat Please call 377-3681 or stop
League, announce the staffing prior to coming to the Urban 'officials were present to Leadership Develop- seeks to help place people by at 395 NW 1st Street for fur:'
of the Community Leadership League, was a Housing Coun- explain the concepts of Urban mentfprogram and other Urban with skills in better jobs. ther information.Membership
Development ProgramforUrban selor, Field Worker and Job Renewal, answer questionsfrom League programs.. One These programs, and others, in the League begins at$1.00,
Renewal. Five local residents Development Counselor for the audience, and collect program Operation Equal illustrate how the League is or you may contribute any
have been employed to the EOPI at the, Liberty City suggestions for plans now in ity," a project that is helpingto helping to "Build for Better amount you would like.Remember -
conduct this program.'I11ey Neighborhood Center. formation.The find better housing for people Opportunity." You can help to Join the Urban Lea-
will be working out of the Urban Mr. Bruce G. Thompsonalso Community Leadership indecent neighborhoods support these programs and gue and help the Urban League
Renewal field office of associated with the EOPI Development staff are now in based upon their ability to pay, become aware of opportunities remember you.
1019 NW 3rd.Avenue. where he worked as an Em- the process Block-Club j jganlzation II I IF I
Miss Maxine Thurston,pro- ployment Counselor and then in the Project n
gram"director of theUrban as Career Counselor for area. The main purpose will!
League, conducted an orientation training programs. Mr. be to develop Ideas that the ,SUPPORT THE GREATER
program for the new staff Thompson attendedMiamiDade people living in this area want;
members and they have begun Junior College.Mr.Jim- for development and to:
working at their new position.The mie L. Whipple was formerlya serve as a method for com- F MIAMI URBAN LEAGUETHIS
staff Includes Miss Housing Specialist with the munity involvement regarding, S
Margaret R. Brown, an active EOPI. He was Instrumental In other issues that concern the YEAR'S GOAL IS 2,000 NEW MEMBERSFor

community worker. who was forming the Florida City residents. t Information on how you can loin the'Greater Miami
employed for over 3 years with Housing Authority. He also Any resident of the ProJectj Urban League, phone: 3773682
n area, who would like receive -
the EOPI as a Hardship Coun worked as aHardshlpCounse- i
selor. Mr. Paul S.Moore,who lor and at Job Development. further information,,
may caU any staff member at
was an assistant center direc- The first assignment for the 3775264. I
tor for the EOPI,where he supervised new staff was the organizationof The Urban League would - anda
the Service Department a mass meeting for Project like to remind all Miami residents Every minute 5 yr.'ServiceGuarantee
and was involved In com- n residents. Over 500 people that annual Member half. .someone BJUW NEW
munity action..Mr, Moore at- attended this meeting to voice ship Drive is now under-way

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Maude K. Reid, president of ity Leadership Development Bruce G. Thompson 1 Mr.Paul A

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Miami Urban League, andT. = .
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Teen-age Rapist Charged With Brutal MurderAn EGGS 3D0Z95C

18-year-old convicted Raymond Rhome,18,of 1795 signs of violence on the vic- Officers said Adams had
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200 Leaders Meet On Urban Crisis Round About i i

And Ballot Power Tolle j


More than 200 community ghetto until black people become people. This meeting is part of Young, Charles Evers, Field ABOUT TOWN. ... Florence Ballard(for merly one of
leaders, representatives of more involved In political the Urban League's drive to Director, MississippiNAACP the original Supremes) now singing as a single,with her newly
,national organizations, mem a c t i o n through registration make 'g he tt 0 power' a real- ; Vernon Jordan, executive wed husband Thomas Chapman(former assistant to Motown's
bers of the Poor Peoples' voting,and mastery of the ity." director, Southern Regional Berry Gor'dy) as,her manager. Miss Ballard's first single
Marcb on Washington,and Urban techniques of getting action to Ted Cobb, National Urban Council; William sides are, "It Doesn't Matter How I Say It" and! "Going Out
League executives from resolve the problems that plague League associate director for ,Robinson, executive director, ,,of My Head." . Thomas Chapman worked.with Etta James
across the country will con- the black community," community resources and the Southern Regional Council; and Sarah Vaughan as their personal aide . Even tho' the
verge on Baltimore, Md,for a said Whitney M. Young, Jr., meeting's coordinator: said; William Robinson executive death of Maceo H. Turner,lawyer and former president of At-
three-day meeting on "Ballot executive director of the National "This meeting is the first ota director, Cook County Department lantic City, NJ's NAACP was ruled a suicide, Federal cops
Power and the UrbanCrisls.:' Urban League,whose series which will result in of.Public Aid; Floyd: Mc- are Investigating foul play .Congrats to Earl Carroll,
The' meeting, to be held on Community Resources Com- positive action in dozens of Cree, Mayor, Flint Mich.; our Dade County,Commissioner. "We the people, wish you
the campus of Morgan State mittee is sponsoring the meet cities across the country. :NUL board members, Henry well" 4 . Atty Louis Stokes (brother of Cleveland's Negro
College June 7-9, Is aimed at ing."The We're moving to end the voice- parks and Louis Martin Mayor Carl B. Stokes) to run for US C o n g r e s s in Nov" .
finding ways to reduce the time has come," Mr. ''lessness of the black community Joseph Monserrat, director of James-Farmer (formerly of CORE)seeking the Congressional
powerlessness of ghetto resi- Young added, .for. the man on by helping to put back hands; the, Migration Division of seat for Brooklyn ;'.y Carl Rowan,syndicated columnist, very
dents through political actionto the street to use ballot powerto on the throttles of power." Puerto Rico's Labor Department much In favor with the "Poor peoples march on Washington

Include black people In the get his.rightful share of our Bayard Rustin, currently ; Robert Johnson, editor . The Spencer Leakes (she's the former Mavis.Staples of
decision-making processes of na ion' periy. We have helping to organize the June 19 Jet Magazine ; Mrs. Carey the famed Staples Gospel Singers) still separated.. The law
democratic government.. to mobilize the black community demonstration for the Poor Preston, executive secretary firm of Mathews-Braynon-Mapp to play great role In> build-
While focusing on political to flex its political muscles People's March on Washington .Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority, ing Miami's future
power, the meeting Is nonpartisan and playa greater role in mak , will be the keynote speak and others;
,in that its main concern ing the decisions that effectit. 'er on Friday evening. Mr. General sessions and workshops AROUND THE TOWN UP AND DOWN.. Miss Ethel Grice
is for greater participation This Community Action Assembly Rustin, executive director of will focus on specific (retired Miami school teacher) in New York vacationing with
by black people In politics Is intended to provide the A. Philip I Randolph In- tactics and strategies such as Mrs. Jackson at 350 Manhattan Ave. Grady Winkfield, (313W
irrespective of political ghetto leadership with the Relevance of Political Power identifying issues that the 117th St.NYC)head mechanic at Joad Cab Corp. NYC. Grady
party know-how and the political for the Ghetto. community can be rallied is the, son of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Wlnkfield Sr. of 103-41 SW
"Power will not come to the savvy to bring black Other speakers include Mr. around, voter registration, 184th Street, Perrine, Fla. (she's the former Cora Mobley of.
getting out the vote, how to Coconut Grove). . Emory Walker, 55 W 100th St. NYC, Medi
make the ghetto's voice heard cal Supervisor of Harlem Hospital's Blood Banksystem.for-

S e e. r rt s: o lrlr rN. in c sun c 11s of power, and merly of Coconut Grove) .. .Agatha Sands Simmons
achieving the measuring results Jamaica LI, NY at 167-28.=-l09th st. . Beatrice Bordon a -

., ', lovely lassie from Hastings, FJa., partying New York..-.-.. ,
l ''r 1 Workshops will encourage My two sons; Jimmy Bethel Vietnam; How badl!
err full'participatipn by the attendees 'Unknown, he was,shipped to Japan;(Honors-Lament (Shorty)
:!. u :..rt vt. b a anlr _n dae x x,_ '! .a: who will include a busload Bethel graduating from Miami Jackson High Scbool this
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WASHINGTON- U.S, integration;' of'Poor People's Marchers with highest honors..The newly weds,Collis Carswell (she's
Supreme Court ruled this "The Supreme' Court bas this, LDF decision attorneys the most consider important - from Resurrection City. I
week that school boards now made it clear that the time Officials of the Baltimore
southern school integration _ Urban League'who are assis- TEENTALK AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY. Aretha Frank-
across the South may no longer for deliberate speed has expired ?
use "freedom choice', pupil, ," commented Jack 1955. development since ting in the arrangements for lin's "Since You've Been Gone"dedicated to lovely LaLeatrice
assignment plans where and Qreenberg' LDF director- the. meeting, include Dr. Fur- Vivienne Jones and Master Sgt. Hollis Hall. From the boy
LDF have '
when other methods will bring counsel. attorneys argued man Templeton, executive director down the street, name, Chris to pretty Janetha Johnson, (3281
,,in federal district
about 'more speedy school;in' He added that the LDF will appeals ,'Warren W. Weaver, NW' 214th St. New Liberty City) It's James Brown's "Ain't
tegration. immediately reopen"most of "freedom ,ofchoice' president, and Travis Vauls, That A Groove" . Smokey and the Miracles' "If You Can
our 200 pending school desegregation -, places the burden on head of that League's Leader- Wait" to Foxzzy Ernestine (Tinna) Flemming, 2101 NW 83rd
The decision, won by attorneys -' cases across the Negro children and their parents ship Development protect Dr. St., Opa-locka. . Diana RossandtheSupremes' (My Forever

I of the NAACP LegalDe- ,South.;, since i they Invariablywere Martin Jenkins, president of Came Today) to pretty Antonia Dejarls) Williams (pretty like
1 tenSe and Educational Fund, the ones to seek transfer Morgan State College and an her mom, the former Betty Carey) . This Is Scoop Bethel
; toe.LDF), marks the first; The Supreme Court ruled on 'r'' j
NUL trustee saying, Time and tide
is wait
host. no
man. C-U-NX-WK
,time the High Court has involved LDF argued cases arising out, Speaking for the High Court, Lu .. ..
Inself' in the details of of New Kent County, Va.;jack- which ruled unanimously,Justice lI
school desegregation plans to son, Tenn.; and Gould, Ark- Brennan said, "The bur-
implement the 1954 school desegregation anas. den on a school board today is MR.I .W ALTERS Presents

decision. However, the ruling affectsall to come forward with a plan *
Under "freedom of choice," southern states which that promises realistically to 4 With *
each student !is free to assign practice school segregation. work now." Night The Stars

himself to any school in his

"This has become the pattern THE

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attorneys state, "despite the ,,,, FAMOUS CLUBNW
fact that in many places as-

signment, solely geographic : CHARLES 60th St. & 7th Ave.
grounds would achieve more

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Sharon Stands A Better Chance For Opportunity For Future

Sharon explains "I like to annual scholarship to cover ly,' she says, "they're elated
This is the second in
series( of articles on the Fed-a cook, but sewing got to me." everything, even transportation for me. They wanted the best
Sharon took the test. She home during vacations. for me and the rest of the
eral Guidance Project). tankedIn; the,90 percentile in She had earned A Better children. They encouraged mea

Sharon Bush'isan other the nation In every phase except Chance--and washelpedtoob- lot. They said it's worthwhile
pharagraph comprehension. tain.through the attention ..
of youngster 'whose future has and --education and Important to
Iy's changed because of the Fed concern of a counselor make good grades, and to try
eral Guidance ProJect.ToSharon to do the best at all times."
le a ninth grader:at Mays y A few months later the let- Of course, her family is a Nobody doubts that Sharon
ters to Sharon and her parents little sad at the '
the ABC's have thought of will make the best of her
High a
utS special meaning., She'll tell I arrived from putney School. Sharon's being so far away. Better Chance. She won'tbe

16t you that stands for A Better w"/ She had been awarded a$3,666 They'll miss her "But most- .the first.

ps- Chance.Sharon's better chance I NIL 4r Stage Technicians Will Donate Time .

U, -her opportunity to build a -
ou bright future..will begin in ,4'I "Stars' Over Miami" .. a 1300 N W 50h< St.Other shows (IATSE) and Moving Picture

roiai September when she says $ summer-long communitytalent will be June 24 at Virrick Parkin Machine Operators (MPMO).
goodbye to her four younger contest for youths lead- Coconut Grove; June 26 at well-known
i$ Don Ivey, motion
brothers and sister, her par- I : ing to an appearance on the Ted Dixie park, 401 NW 12th St.; picture set decorator
ry ents and grandparents, and all r Mack Amateur Hourhasbeen and June 27 at Brownsville and
from Ivan Tors Studio, a
on of her friends. pledged new support. Park NW 50th St. and 30th committee consisting of
Sharon will be leaving her Ave.
of ,
Sands and Paul Lathan
iw home at 2600 SW 137th Street Technical help for lighting, C 0- chairmen of the pro- Angelo
dice for the first time to attend the sound and staging for the pro gram are Garth Reeves, pub- will line up top theater tech-
nicians in the area to help the ..
Putney School in Putney, Vermont gram will be donated by Mi. lisher of The Miami Times! ,
ami Stage Employes Local 545 and Harry Botwick, district program
She'll be leaving the truck- of the International Alliance of manager of Florida State The first show will be 7-9

/ith farming area where she grewup. Theatrical Stage Employes Theatres.of p.m. June 21 in Manor Park,
113 She'll be seeing mountainsand A better chance I is In the offing for Mays

ldy great rivers and leaves Junior High student Sharon Bush packing for a stay H

SW turning red and brown and at Putney School in Vermont, where she'll earn her Culmer Center News

rOt. gold She'll be touching snow high school diploma. Sharon has been awarded an
d!- and rost on window panes,and annual scholarship to cover all at the BASIC EDUCATION CLASS the tenants. The Center Director in their monthly meeting dis-
expenses exclusive
she'll be visiting cities that feels that,these people cussed the Summer Recreation -
have only been names in a book private school-on opportunity made pos The Basic Education classat should be seriously concerned progra They did not
sible in part by the help and of guidance about their future living decisionsthis
naadi or dots on a map. concern a the Culmer Neighborhood \ come up with any
.. counselor Center through the dynamic habits and they, themselves, writing.They also discus-
"! "I've never beenthat leadership of the Instructor, should become ivolved in the sed the EOPI take over under

:ty) away from home before--but Sharon first learned about mouth College and the Independent Mr. Gary James has added planning of such an area. the Metro plan and Mr 0 Wil-
eeke's surprisingly Pro not scared- the ABC program last fall Schools Talent Search many new features. They are liam E. Meadows, presidentof
' Just excited. I feel sure I'll adjust from Mrs. Hazel Bohannon, Pro g r a m. She explained the shown Interesting films about RECREATION FOR SUMMERThe the Culmer Advisory Board
," she says. chairman of the Guidance Department program's aim--to offer edu- Community Resources and are youth of the area are: urged all members to participate -
She'll be studying invery of Mays. cational choices to students of ytaken regularly on guided eagerly looking forward to the in the special hearing at
nk- small classes. She'll be mak- Mrs. Bohannon told her low-income and minority tours of our library facilities.It Summer Recreation Programas the Courthouse.That all mem-
ice ing her dreams come true.For about the test she'd ha veto take background. She was well is hoped that more of our outlined.Youth groups from bers of the Board attend this
boy I Sharon wants to be a lawyer. --the Secondary SchoolAdmis- qualified scholastically since citizens In the poverty pocket the Culmer NeighborhoodCenter very Important meeting.

':281 She wants to "help people get sion Test, and about the pro- she's generally anA student will register for this interesting are meeting regularlywith Charles North, reporter.
in't out of trouble." gram co-sponsored by Dart got B's in home economics," class... Mrs..Betty Lou Barbieri,

Can The Culmer Neighborhood obtaining information .
3rd Center has launched a Com- giving ideas as towhat they
munity Action Project geared want in the central district.
acquaint citizens in the These meetings have been

thel like Be comfort-cool on hottest days with ghetto area particularly those fruitful because the youth have
affected by Urban Renewal to been given a dominant role in

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leagues. These leagues
(Cozy warmth in winter is your extra l bonus> !)' will give them ,direct com ADVISORY COMMITTEE
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Bethune Graduates 777; Mal Goorfe 'Js SpeakerA ARMSTRONG

widely known news correspondent
urged Bethune- j
Cook man graduates to set
themselves a goal of serving
J their fellow men and subduing QUALITY
hatred throughout the world.
Malvin R.Goode,UnitedNa-
tions correspondent for the TIRES '
American Broadcasting Company
in New York, addressedthe LOW
177 graduates, including
seven white students, and a
crowd that filled Moore Gymnasium FACTORYPRICK \
last Monday. ,
Goode urged the young people 1 k'
not to make money and material

possessions their tar x,
gets in life "Money will tarnish

but character is the only FREEWHEEL y. ,, .
thing you have when you die. .
Character is a victory not a
gift. Remember that life is an
opportunity a skill, a victoryto Commencement and Baccalaureate speakers shown with Dr. Richard Moore, With every THE
be won," he said. (center) president of Bethune-Cookman, College. Left to right: Dr. Howard Thurman, BALANCE let of tires SAFE TIRE'
Gooo\oo old his audience that dean emeritus of Marsh Chapel, Boston University and (right) Malvin R.'(Mol) Goode,

.J "although this country is great left, United Nations correspondent for the American Broadcasting Company in New

',. and dynamic, there are many York. * NOTE! * *
problems.' He said povertyand
lack of education still deprive "There is no difference in You are no better than anybody Beach, was graduated summa
many of the opportunities hate The hate of White against else and nobody else is any cum laude with the highest Beware Of
better than Goode said. average in the class Joan ,
they have legally. Black is no different from the you.
He drew sustained applause hate of Black against White. Nothing that "peace aroundthe Thompson, Miami, was grad Come-on AdsNo
One will 'corner must come before uated magna cum laude with
when he said: "We will never destroy us Just as
be free, any of us, black or quickly as the other," Goode there can be "peace aroundthe the second highest average.
tire is a bargain if it is not safe for
white, until the poorest Negroin said. world, he urged young your
Mississippi and the most He urged the young Negro people to realize that time is driving need, don't gamble your 'life on guess
deprived ''White Appalachia graduates not to be ashamed of their most precious possesion work. Come in and get acquainted today
and to use it to change and Improve -
Is free
truly their color. "Stop straightening the w 0 r'4d for them- IT MAY SAVE YOUR LIFE
The newsman noted great your hair, and biting your selves and others.
lips and trying to make
forward strides your
inequalityforNegroes The commencement exer-
li his lifetime, but skin lighter," he urged. cises also featured music by ea, MIAMI DRIVE-IN
warned of the Black Power "Our Job is not to develop the B-CC Choir and the
movements as "a new, black more hatred.Admit what you school's wind ensemble.
divisiveness in the nation." are and remember two things: Dana Kelder, Ormond

I FAMU Teacher Education Gets Accreditation
Complete automotive service center

TALLAHASSEE. Florida The letter states in part,"It 'cil and the visiting committeehave 8240 NW 7th AVE. PHONE: 693-3851
A&M University graduates and is a pleasure to inform you that made as they have stu- JOAN THOMPSON V I
I future graduates in the secondary the council (NCATE) voted to died and evaluated the reports
. Magna Cum Laude
and elementary programs remove provisional accreditation which were made."
,will receive certification to the programs inquestiQn. The period of accreditationwill
throughout the nation as a ." ,be in effect until September -
result of full accreditation bestowed "The Council has asked me l, 1972: ,when the:"council J J &&i 1: I ,
i upon FAMU by the National to convey to you its commendations will visit FAMU again.
Council for Accreditation for the progress which "This represents an acad j
of Teacher Education. is evident in connection with e m I c achievement of whichwe
The university received the lifting of the provisionalstatus a r e 'all proud: ,' says Dr.
Uce of the' accreditation recently which you have held for Gore, "it means that grad HheeS
in a letter to FAMU several years. I am pleased to uates of our institution will be
President Dr. George W. do this and to reflect to you the eligible for certification and
Gore, Jr., from Rolf W. Larson complimentary phrases which recognition throughout the nation
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Often During Summer I
A special opportunity for Percy Adams, Marlon Moore, school studies. The class Is i :
school-age girls and boys to Evander Adams, Johnny Jack very informal allowing each I p I
"' study mathematics at their own' son, Vallander Hubbard, student to receive individual Jr
level is being offered at Book Samuel Hall and Joseph Sher- Instruction. Extra special af- THE TAYLOR :
er T. Washington Jr. High rod. fairs are being planned to help ,
Community School. The class Parents, if you would like you learn how to use your leisure "Fit (for
,; will begin on June 17th and remain your child to increase his time wisely. a King"I
." in operation through August knowledge about numbers,call (
J::'J 2nd. 377-2536 now to enroll him for DONATE USED CLOTHIN i 6129 NW 7th AVE. :
U.H. Mrs. Settle D.Campbell who this golden opportunity. Scholarships Help us to help ourselves.
i .: is pictured above with several will be awarded to the If you have any usable used
, ,of the many pupils who took ad- first fifteen students who sign clothing furniture and appliances Featuring: ,
(I vantage of the Math Learning please donate them to The finest Made to Measure suits and pants J
f '/ Lab during the regular school up.The class has been planned the Federation of, American Italian knights by Leonard Strassi
\ < year Is the instructor for the with you in mind. It will meet Bahamians, Inc., a.nonprofitcharity 'I. Silk socks by Foot Fashion I
class., Pictured above with five days a week beginning at organization. You may. *
v ?:. Mrs.. Campbell are Lewis 4 p.m. and it will not interfere bring your contributions to: . Nehru skirts by "King" t

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People List DemandsThe " ', r

Mobilization In Support Ing health programs and Two hundred thousand ,.,
of the Poor People's Campaignwill create health services in iso- copies of the "Call' are being -
come to Washington on lated rural areas; and include sent to groups around the .P {
June 19th with a list of specific the poor in the planning and country, Mr., Rustin said. RRR
and attainable economic de- administration of federal
programs "Only people who believe in
mands, it was announced Mon at local levels. integration, democracy and
day by Bayard Rustl,national "Our ultimate goal," Mr. nonviolent struggle for social Y
coordinator of the Mobiliza Rustin made clear "is the '
change are welcome, he I
tion.The total abolition of poverty added Partisan political or- J
demands, spelled out in through an Economic Bill of ganizations as such are not being -
an official "call toAllAmert- Rights--the right of every employable asked to participate
cans of Good Will" issued by citizen to a '
meaning- The "Call' reads, in part:
the Molilizationheadquarters ful Job at decent wages and the "We march to1 redeem the
Monday, are for steps towardan right of every unemployablecitizen American promise.Almosttwo

"Economic Bill of Rights" to an adequate income.We hundred years ago, the' I
that would guarantee full em- recognize that this Economic Declaration of Independence j
ployment, decent wages, and Bill of Rights cannotbe proclaimed every man's rightto I
an adequate income for the unemployable adopted overnight. But this nation life, liberty and the pursuitof j J
can take specific,tangible happiness.
Among the demands are that steps in this direction.And we "But is there a meaningfulright I
Congress: Legislate the creation must do so to redeem the to life when the Depart- I
of 1,000,000 public ser American promise. That is the ment of Agriculture tens us
vice jobs; adopt the pending puspose of our immediate demands that nearly 20 million Ameri-
Housing and Urban Development .
are deprived of neces- ---
Act of 1968; repeal the "No one can we are ask- nutrition
say beacuse
welfare restrictions sary they VISIT TO THE POOR --- Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey was a recent ,..
ing the
punitive moon Mr.Rustin
are poor? visitor to Resurrection CI ty, living site of the Poor People's Campaign in Washington
by the 90th "
imposed Congress; continued. We are demand- "Is there
give all farm workers the rightto Ing what the Federal Govern- when economic genuine misery liberty turns D. C. He ;is flanked I left by the Rev. Walter Fauntroy, Washington Director of

organize and bargain collectively mdnt has 'the power and the millions ito outcasts who are the Christian Leadership Conference, and D., C. Mayor Walter Washington. Next to
; and restore budget cuts means to give. For precisely' so despairing that they do not Mayor Washington are Mayor Ivan Allen of Atlanta headquarters of.SCLC and Rev.

for Head Start, summer jobs, this reason, we can accept no even register to vote? James Bevel of SCLC.
bilingual education, OEO programs excuses. Masses of poor people .
and elementary --black and white, red and "Is it possible to pursue
secondary education brown -- now look to the Gov- happiness In the'other America' Follow Through To Help 100 Youngsters I

The President is called uponto ernment for a sign that it cares of the poor when accord-

use his statutory authorityto and will act vigorously.' ing to the Council of Economic Some 100 former HeadStart grams two years ago, were in phasis on Individualized instruction -
expand food distribution to Mr. Rustin'also announced Advisors, the number of 'oc- children will be helped by a the first grade "Follow rather than tradi-
the poor; help poor farmers that the Mobilization.would cupied dilapidated units in the grant awarded to the Dade, Through" program at Little tional group learning.All .
set up cooperatives; end dis- call upon the President and all big city slums has IncreasedIn school system in its "Follow River this year. 100 pupils will receivea
crimination In the Agriculture Presidential candidates to endorse the last four years? Through" program. Mrs. Della Zaher, program complete medical examina-
Department's food offices; the basic principles of "We do not march for char- The $72,279 grant will be director, said the project provides tion and are prov ided with
give the poor priority in exist- an Economic Bill of Rights. ity. We march for justice.: used for 100 disadvantaged a teacher, teacher's assistant other needed medication, including -
children' from multi-ethnic and an aide for each of dental care.
groups attending school at Lit- the three classrooms plus a I r Mrs. Zaher said teachershad
tle River Elementary School. guidance' and two been definite improve-
Growing Organizational The announcement was made social worker assistants for ments in the Follow Through
by Congressman Claude Pep- the group. .children. "They are more independent -
per Tuesday The program provides a on the average,havea
The youngsters, who were continuation of the Head Start better pe\t concept and are
enrolled la Head Start pro teaching concepts, with em able to Support For June 19 MarchSupport

for the June 19th Federation of Teachers, and moral issue, and Congress
Mobilization to support the the United Packinghouse cannot ignore the moral voice
Poor P 3 0 p 1 e' s Campaign is Workers. These are all AFL- of the united. religious com
growing among labor; church, CIO affiliates. Rustin said that munity."
liberal and civil rights groups, additional labor support is ex- The Mobilizatin will call
it wasannounced by Bayard pected. for "concrete, tangible steps'
Rustin, national coordinatorof Among the religious groups toward an Economic Bill of
the Mobilization. have pledged full cooperationare Rights that would guaranteeat
Rustin reported that the Na- the NationalCatholicConference decent wages and every un-
tional Association for the Ad- for Interracial Jus- employable an adequate Income -
vancement of Colored Peopleand tice, the Department of Social as a matter of right. 1rislidv Y t. Ali
the National Urban League Justice of the National Coun- Among the steps called for Is
have urged their local affiliates cil of Churches, and the Council Congressional action to:
to give full cooperationto for Christian Social Ac- create at least one million socially
the Mobilization, which will tion of the United Church of useful public services

bring thousands of people to Christ. jobs; adopt the pending Hous- i
Washington to back proposalsto Rustin reported that The ing and Urban Development
eliminate poverty. American Jewish Committee, Act of 1968; repeal the 90th
NAACP ExecutiveDirectorRoy the American Jewish Con- Congress' "punitive welfare
Wilkins, in a memoran- gress, and the Union of American restrictions"; extend the rightto
dum to the group's branches Hebrew Congregationwere organize and bargain col-
throughout the country, said participating in the lectively to all farm workers;
that "The NAACP has agreedto Mobilization."We and restore funds cut-from : -.
coo per ate ,and to lend its expect support from anti-poverty and educational I-J
major j religious denomination
available resources in the every programs.
common effort," and urged in the country," The Mobilization will also / \
them to give "all the cooper- Rustin said. "They were a call upon the President to use / \.
ation you can in the speedy and powerful force in the 1963 his statutory authority to ex- .
efficient arrangements of March on Washington and In pand food distribution programs -
transportation from your cityto and in winning the Civil Rights to the poor, help poor !
Washington and back.' bills. Poverty is finally a farmers set up cooperatives.

In a similar memorandum,
Whitney M. Young, Jr., Exe-
cutive Director of the National Magic City & Harlem Cabs II I I
Urban League, told his local
and regional directors that Operating the Citgo Service. Station ..
"the League will do everythingit NEW Before they start getting restless. You see,

can to assure the success of LOCATION 1501 NW 62 St. McDonald's understands kids. That's why they ,

the June 19th mass dem- include kid-proof extras with their fast service .. ";! _
onstration.' NEW 696.6400
Mr. Rustin also announced PHONESERVING and good food. Things like spillproof lids for ,/ ;.

"a tremendous outpouring"of THE BROWNSVILLE 'DOWNTOWN shakes and soft drinks, and big-as-a-bib napkins. , : I

support from the labor COCONUT GROVE AND LIBERTY Good food, fast service, and those kid-proof ,: j ;;. '
movement He said that the '
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United Automobile Workerswere CITY AREAS) extras-these are things a -, "'
sending 2,000 members McDonald's a total value unmatched anywhere. :: \\.11\ :\ '
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Learn a lifetime Profession just pennies
Transport Workers Union are
organizing 20 bus toads. The Expert Barbering Expert Processing .
Greater Washington, D. C. * Expert.. Wig Styling .. -. 'McDonald's'1
Central Labor Council, AFL- Both Women and Men are )Nelcomq<< 4
C Ihas, also endorsed the Night & Day Classes. *-. ,

Rustin Mobilization.Other said trade were. unions participating that Mr. Jackson Barber College is your. kind of. pIace. .

included the American Fed- 6225 in: 22 AYG. 691-3335
eration of State, County and '?es. 688-8 i 10
Municipal Employees, the International Mr. W. Jackson Director
Union of Electri- 3325 NW 79th St.

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North Dade

'l'-, Linds1eyLuinber 0 r s LabIng demands of society, and
Junior over-all personal growth and

exciting and challenging venThe guidance oriented-
( I structor Mr..H, Noble Jones
I ture for both students and staff ;
: members. This experiencehas established a very favor-
able rapport with his students.
centered program engages
: 0 boys in activities in which they In addition to the basic purpose -
t W4L' learn and develop skills and of the course, Mr. Jones
I understandings of the proper feels that the students'will
e I I use, repair,care and selection rive an appreciation for posi-
of automotive and general utility,tive leadership and authority
0 0 equipment as a workerconFurthermore, he states that,
"t SAP OLIN surner. "The course will primarily
t Wis. y'-< _____________ Beginning at 7:30 in the lead to placement on such jobs
\ ? FASHION COLOR morning, students spend two as service station attendants
ONECOATLATEX ; :hours per day working on lawn and repairmen, and secondly,
mowers, car and boat engines.Although it will lead to further occupa-
FLAT student interest is tional exploration, and bolster
y evident, an added incentive is desires ,to complete advanced
WALL PAINT awarding coveralls to students training in mechanical
for punctuality,attendance and areas" Having worked at
satisfactory school conduct. North Dade Junior High as,a
Dripleu coversin
'' one coat t1 This program is an outreading teacher prior to his
\ o Velvety finish dries' In' gr owth of the special group appointment in the Adult Education -
20 minutes guidance project in cooperation Program. Mr. Jojles,
t INtEPtOR o No 'pointy' mess no'painty' Creosoted with the Division of Vocational has a keen insight into the
odor Rehabilitation. The problems and dayto.dayBoard
Soap and water cleans FENCE POSTS of Public Instruction and challenges confronting
brushes, rollers, hands
I the Division of Vocational students.
O4E COA'Pu a 6 /' -yT. habilitation cooperatively fiThe principal, Mr. Charles

to r I SAVE $1.26 GALLON LONG nance the project J Any interested D. Wyche, has seen a gradual
student is allowed to but coallnuouslmpro.emeattD
enroll even though the pro- the behavior of students par.
r A gram was originally designed ticipating in the Small Motors
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"" one of several means by which in J a n u a r y. Fur"SAPOLIN" -
,I DEBARKED North Dade Junior High conthermore, student attendance
ANTIQUING Plat 149 cent rates on making its has improved, students have
I I. for easytado w ROT-PROOFED students a war e of opportun- developed a more positive self
I ities for further education, concept and many have increased
employment and responsibilities < their interest in aca-
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12,000 Dade seniors Valedictorians and Saluta- Beach Auditorium, June 10,at
I will don caps and gowns to receive torians are: Coral Gables val. 8 p.m.; Hialeah, 834, Miami
I diplomas at commencement Ralph Ramonoff Kazer, Helen Beach Auditorium, June 8, 10
ceremonies June 7-12. Magun; Hialeah High Wade a.m.; MacArthur,Douglas: ,25,
All but one of the 19 high Wheelock, Larry Yaeger; Northside Shopping Audi-
schools Douglas \ttc Arthur Douglas MacArthur none; torium,June 12,7 p.m.; M.1YS,
.- will have graduation exer- Mays: Senior High, Priscilla 118, Dade County Auditorium,
cises at Dude County or Miami Ivey, and Cathine Aklne; Miami June 7,8 p.m'Miami;' Beach,.
Beach Auditoriums. The 25 Beach High, none; Miami 620 Miami Beach Auditorium,
seniors in MicArthur's grad- Carol City High, David M. June 8, 8 p.m.; Miami Carol
uating class--sm.illest in the Evans and Larry W. Miller. City, 753, Miami Beach Audi-
county--will walk down the Miami Central High, Paul torium, June 8, 3 p.m.; Miami
aisle of Northside Shopping David Ahlstrom, and Cynthia Central 400, Dade County Ct4S of
Center Auditorium June 12at Ann deLassus; Miami Coral Auditorium, June 8, 3 p.m.
the school's second commence Park, Betsy A. Smith, DebbieL. 'fI
mt'nt' Friedson; Miami Edison Miami I Coral Park, 836,
Miami High will award: diplomas High Mark Erik Pape, JoyceA. Dade County Auditorium,June
to the largest class, Steven; Miami Jackson High 11,8 p.m.; Miami Edison,417,
1,080, at ceremonies June 10 Fulvia Almeida, Katherine Dade County Auditorium,June *
at Dade Auditorium. Knight; Miami Killian High 8, 8 p.m.; Miami Jackson,490
Most schools have chosenthe Michael Ben Fleishman,David Dade County Auditorium,June \t .5
students with the highestand Jay Kaminsky. 12, 8 p.m.; Mia mi Kill Ian,350, ,goI.
second highest academic Miami Norland Senior,Gary Dade County Auditorium,June I
honors as valedictorians and Schudy Allen Schwartzberg; 9, 1:30 p.m.; Miami Norland,
salutatorians who will give the Miami I Northwestern High, 838, Miami Beach Auditorium,
graduation addresses. Marilyn V. Lewis, Sandra A. June 10, 2 p.m.
Miam' Edison senior Mark Sears; Miami palmetto,
Erik pape tops the field of M i c h e Ii i n e Bernadette McCarthy Miami Northwestern 515,
valedictorians with a 4.7058 Miriam Renee Alper; Miami Beach Auditorium,
grade point average. Ralph Miami Senior High, Marsha: June 11, 8 p.m.; Miami Palmetto -
Ramonoff Kazer, Coral Capen, M.lanie A. Schlegel; 865, Dade County Audi
Gables' valedictorian, is sec- Miami i Springs High, none; torium, June 10, 2 p.m.; Mi- \ ,
ond highest with 4689. North Miami Senior, David S. ami, Senior, 1,080, Dade -
Based on a survey of plans, Breaner: M3inhardTammJr. County Auditorium, June 10,
somrt 65 percent of the gradu- South Dade High, Madeleine 2 p.m.; Miami Springs, 585,
ates will go on to higher edu- Liliane Bouley, Janice'Teresa Miami I Beach Auditorium, 1 1t
cation. Abernethy; Southwest Miami June 12, 8 p.m.; North Miami
Last year, 896 of Dade's High, none. 950, Miami Beach Auditorium,
graduates received financialaid Ceremonies as follows: June 9, 2 p.m.; South Dade,
and/or scholarships with a School, number of graduates, 330, Dade County Auditorium,
four-year value of $3,509 to place graduation, date and June 9, 4 pjn.;Southwest,805,
help them obtain college time Dade County Auditorium,June
training. Coral Gables, 950, Miami 11, 2 p.m

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,.,. VOICE Negroes HelpedMost' / Of Poor Majority Neglected' ,

OF If Nixon Elected GOP Governors Advised

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rescind the 90th Congress
THE. It elected president, at all levels of business and the BALTIMORE.-A committee of civil rlghtsAmonghissug- Help' action of "virtually
- -- Richard Nixon would do muchto professions, and:building the of six Repubican Gover gesstions were:
COMMUNITYwith help Negroes become financially pride and'tadepencknq ar>|:hat,. ors--last week (May 16)) was Appointment of,a Republican turning over to city antipov halls and-
independent, Yale eco can come only with" economic'told that antt- poverty pro-' task force which will erty programs
court house rulers.;
t nomics professor Robert H. power and self-sufficiency. grams neglect poor people who make certain that there will be local
Take thewar against
TOM WASHINGTONThe Bork writes today in the cur- "Vastly increased welfare are "normal humans who want no racial discrimination In the
rent (June 1)) The New Republic payments are no substitute for to get a job that pays a decent selection and seating of dele crime out of the arena of partisan -

cancer la the black magazine. this and will surely have an opposite wage, live in a home where the gates to the 1968 convention. politics.
community. As you know In an article titled "Why I effect upon individualand roof does not leak and rats do pledge to change the fill To illustrate this last point,
that do a radio talk show of Bork busterrule and to end anti- Mr. Mitchell cited the example
hope, Am For Nixon, one a racial pride, reasons not come in to bite the child-
a on WMBM on 1490 AME each series on the presidential can ', ren." civil rights demination of key of one politician's "foolproof
t and every Sunday from 7 to 9 didates, Bork points out: The Yale professor says that Clarence Mitchell, directorof committees. scheme for getting elected' by
i p.m. which is also called"The Nixon proposes a number Nixon has a well staked out the NAACP WashingtonBureau Attempt to increase Federal talking about "crime in the
Voice of the Community." The of means for making capital ideological position but declared that the ma- aid education and health streets in the white commun-
reason why Tm going to talk available for black-owned and charges that the same cannotbe jority of the poor"do not make care programs without racial ity and about civil rights in the
about my radio talk show today black-run businesses, for ad said for Senator Robert good news copy so the public discrimination. colored community."
Is that last Sunday I had an open vising new Negro enterprises Kennedy who "may be a seeker relations men use the brick
mike session, meaning no in the techniques of business of power for its own sake, throwers, the looters and the
guest The community was the management, for giving tax a kitten on the ideological key- arsonists to portray the
guest credits to businesses that board who will play any tune poor." Tro feel' Record
k There were some very interesting train and upgrade low-skilled having political appeal. It Calling for a"massive pro p
points that were workers, for a computer job there is substance to that suspicion -' gram of assistance' rather
+a made on the wise that we were bank, for making home owner he would be a dangerous than "fast action" to keep the
i last in receiving most of ship easier, and a variety of president, all sail and no disruptive element quiet, Mr.I I CompanySOUL
ti everything. One gentleman other measures." anchor, increasingthealready Mitchell said that the job can
asked me .about why is it that Bork claims, "These proposals disturbing tendencies to Instability only be accomplished as a
the Cubans came here and not are important because in our society." partnership between the Fed EAST PRODUCTIONSMiami

being citizens of this countryand they are within our financial Bork contends that Nixon eral, state and local governments Florida
get a strong foothold in the reach, because they would help represents "The center of the and private enterprise.Mr. .
community job wise and make Negroes independent ofneverendlng Republican Party' and terms WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
everything else, and he beingan government him a candidate who"fully Mitchellappearedatthe
Americancitizennotgetthe supervision, because they shares liberal values and who invitation of the committee- DISTRIBUTORS OF ALL RECORDS

jobs the Cubans have received would provide hundreds of goes about achieving them in designed to help draft the 1968 Music for Every Occasion
In such a short period of time. thousands of Independent decision realistic ways that maximize Republican platform at a
I started out my answer by centers, because men the opportunities for individual meeting in this city's Friendship Complete Band and Shows

saying that power respects'power. would be trained for jobs that freedom and self-re International Hotel Special Interest in all New Talent
That Is briefly why the the market has determined to spect." Governors attending the ses-
Cuban communities have made exist rather than for jobs thata The New Republic magazineis sion were Spiro T, Agnew, Program Layout and Advisors
outstanding progress in greater federal bureaucracy has an independent journal of Maryland; Nelson A. Rocke
Miami in such a short Imagined, often incorrectly,to opinion published weekly in feller, New York; George W. Inquire about .our special package plan for

period of time. In looking in exist, and because they do not Washington, D. C. Romney, Michigan; NorbertA. social, religious, civic, fraternal functions ,

Webster's dictionary briefly, Involve ever-Increasing I Tiemann, nebraska; Raymond I. graduations, weddings and fund raising af
unity Is a uniting being expansion o f governmental $tABT WORK TOD AYiPublic P.Shafer, Pennsylvania, fairs.
united Into a body,unification. control over individuals." Sisrvico.tiVl.ti and John H, Chafee, Rhode Is-
It also is a totality of related Bork says that the Nixon approach A / Forfurther information call Public Relations

parts; a complex or systematic is "to try, through a 30Veors: land.Mr. Department in our new location at:
whole. / Mitchell said he was
variety of techniques, to build 4900 NW 7th AVENUE 759-1543
We find that theCubans stand strong, independent black institutions e speaking as an individual rather ,
together as a whole whereasthe which will be man- / than inhisNAACPcapac- Hear us every night from 11 12
black only stands together ned by Negroes at all levels. I ity.or as chirman of the Leg- "AN EVENING WITH TROPICAL"

particially.And when the boat "Only with the developmentand Spot job* Li we in Maids islative Committee of the On the hottest soul station in town WMBM
really starts to rock you can expansion of black capitalism Leadership Conference
count them on ten fingers.And will Negroes be brought Civil Rights. Describing him !,<
1 then I thought of jealousy, and into the main economic self as an "Independent vot-
1; I know from what I can see, stream, finding opportunities 534 N. Miami Are, er," he discussed ways Re- Open 7 Days-8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
other Cuban communities that publicans could help the cause
jealousy is almost none existing The Best For Less At
pabilities and work togetherand 1
The reason why I am
saying that is that they work let's really do somethingand
together, they have fun together not have a few individualsto Merchants who advertisein s .
only receive a few hundred M "
and their
they spend money
with one another.That is why dollars. They keep us divided The Miami Times are I
informing the white community -
they own and/or control one-
third of all the businesses in about any steps before
Dade County. hand, before they can be taken. telling you they appreciate
It let's once and for
Then I thought of jealousy in necessary
1 the black communities and I all take an individual stand on I
economic that wouldbe doing business with f
see a lot of jealousy, not only pressure
about major J things but also brought on a few individuals
minor. Some of in the community to kill an idea ,
us regardless
They are '
of being a leader or not beinga or hope. you. ,
If nothing else look at it this
leader will not use one ounce ,
of energy t o help a programbut way the other communities dependable. Shop where I ,
control themselves and their
will use a hundred per cent ,,,.
of to destiny. We spend approxi r 1, +.'
energy try and destroy i r aa
one. So looking it,alone with mately $170,000,000 a year >in you are appreciated!
the Cuban communities com- Dade County. Don't you thinkit

I',' ing from sub-culture of the is high time that we started OVER 40,600 CARS SOLD
American culture that is what controlling our community?

make up the difference in the MUNICIPAL AUTO SALIS AND SERVICE
Cuban communities and the
black communities progress FLORIDA'SAUTOMOBILE
The Mini-Brute presents
in the total community.
So my plea is this
: stop
showing your lack of confidence the short payment book.

'" and your lack ability, SUPERMARKET!
that everytime someone puts
pressure on you or the com AS ADVERTISED CN TELEVISION!
munity that you would call THI CAR YOU IUT TODAY
them a F 1 1x249 YOU DRIVI HOMI TODAY
"Johnny Come Lately -
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II' I would like to see more cooperation
I", more working together -
: on community pro
,.' grams. I would like to see 15 YEARS-SAME LOCATION!
t;:: black people working
: more on 14 COVmOt/SJ4UMM TO sun YOU
:,. being black, which you are and 2 door Sedan ALWAYS HUNDREDS OF 1955's
\' stop trying to be white which $4971 THRU 1968's TO CHOOSE FROM
"::: you never will be.You have Down Per Mo. for 36 Months THI HOMI 0' THI ORIGINAL 100% 6UARANTHMUNICIPAL .
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:'\''' the of the world proudest which heritages called Africa In- Oule 's new opel Kadett 2-flr. Sedan.TEST .

:' and has the riches natural DRIVE ONE TODAY ATSheehan AUTO
j.: resources of any of the lands *Atts& SERVICE .
In the world. And when I say
, f Africa Im not talking about BUICK .
I people running around in grass
I' skirts and a bone in their nose 3061 N.W. 36th St.

and a spear In their band, Pm ENTIRE 2300 BLOCK S.W.8th STREET HI 41661Open ECONOMY con-am N.W. 36th STREET
talking about a proud race
t of black people.very Mon.,Wed.. Frl, 'til 9 PM and Tues.,Thurs, Sat,'til l 6-PM 1.00 A.'Mi: TO 10 '.N.
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28 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 7, 1968CARDS

r IN MEMORIAMIn BAIN'S Father' Charles Sands,of RANG.E'Mrs. Vella Mae Prada of

memory of 3460 Thomas Avenue,Coconut:; 2138 NW 63rd St., died May
I MEMORIALS DEATHS I II. MARION F. COOPERwho Grove died May 31, at North 29. She is survived by two sis

departed: this life June 1, Miami Beach Nursing Home. ters Katie McLeod and Gipsie
1964. Fr. Sands, a minister in the Chatmon; a brother S.J.Snen;
0 African'Orthodox Church is a step-daughter Pearlie Mae;

IN MEMORIAM IN GRATEFUL IN MEMORIAMIn "God called the weary survived by his wife Maedon; a stepson; five step-grand-

: of APPRECIATION memory ofSHEPARD 'traveler to rest,and though we four sons,John, Fred,Charlesand children. Services were held
In loving' memory my ..,,,.._ , James daughers Bar- Saturday, in Antioch Baptist
dear mother The family of the late ----- -- loved her here, God loved her ;
MRS. PEARL DORSEY best. Sadly missed by family baretha Freeman and Charlie Church.
GASKIN and friends. Mae McKeller; one brother;
wish to take this method of two sisters. Solemn Mass of Jesse James Johnson,a stu-

thanking you for the way that Mr. and Mrs. Joseph: Clark Requiem will be said Thurs- dent Douglas Elementary, of
you shared their loss in the and family day at 10 a.m. fromSt.Peters 561 NW 6th St., Apt. 4, died on

passing of the beloved one.We Mr. and Mrs. Jessamy African Orthodox Chuch with May 30. He is survived by his

cannot find words, to truly tell Arinah and family Fr. Cannon Charles F.Cooper parents: Mrs. Rosa Peak; eight

t you how we felt so reassuredby Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thompson officiating sisters and brothers; Mr. and

4 your presence, and for the and family Mrs. Lor ettaEstelie Gibson Mrs.Andrew; and other rela-

cards, telegrams, many Miss Yvonne CooperMr. of 3634 Frow Avenue Coconut tives. Services were conducted -
visits, flowers, cars,and certainly Theodore Burrows Grove died May 29in Tuesday, June 4, at 1 p.m.
your prayers that help- Bessie and Paul a Johnson Jackson Memorial Hospital. in the chapel.

ed to sustain us through our Helen and Leo Parks She is survived by two sons,
bereavement. Especially do t Timothy and George; two Oscar Jackson, Jr., of 6100
we thank Rev. C. J. Burney, daughters Mable and Ruth; 12 NW 12th Ave., died May 30.He

her pastor: of New Providence STEPHENSwho IN MEMORIAMIn grandchildren; 17 gr. grandchildren is survived by his parents Mr.

"., k I"I Baptist Church, and the Choir passed: June 2,1967. ; 3 gr gr grandchildren and Mrs. Oscar Ja ckson; a

_I .,,; ,rj\i, ,' No. 1, all the faithful members Gone, but not forgotten.May memory of our loved one ; one niece; one nephew ando sister Janie; a brother Robert
d: I.W"! . M. his soul rest ,in grandmother Alberta Robinson -
who came out to pay their tri peace. e aunt. Services Saturdayat

MRS. SARAH ELLEN NIXON butes. We wish for you the best 2 p.m. from Christ Episcopal: Services were held Wed-
who passed: away one year today that life has to offer. Annie Stephens, wife and Church. nesday, in the chapel.

June 8, 1967. Family Richard L. Adams, of 1309
The rolling stream of We rolls Members of the Dorsey, NW 62nd Ter., died May 31. Earl Crumiel of 1937 NW 3
on Thompson, and Clark family IN MEMORIAMIn He is survived by his parents: Ct., died Saturday, June 1. He

But still the vacant chair precious memory. of our Mr. and Mrs.Alexandra is survived by his mother,

.. Recalls the love,the voice,the love one Adams; one daughter;two brothers Mrs. Nannie Crumiel; a sis-
smile ter Margaret; a sonEarleJr;
; five sisters; his grandparents -
Of the one who once sat there WILLIAM WILSONwho ofpompanofouruncles a daughter Laura; three stepsons
The family of the late ;
departed: this life on June Arthur, Kirkland and
.. ... and five aunts.Services
,, , " 8, 1965. Services will be held
missed ,* Vaughn.
Sadly by: i ill will be Friday at 4 p.m. in the
( .) Mrs. Dorothy Watkins, '." 11 t We miss your cheery smile chapel. Saturday, June 8, at 1 p.m. in
stepdaughter The friendly wave of your hand Greater Bethel AME Church.

I Richard, Simeon, and t.. > If', f All we can say is God knows Mrs. Maudie Washington of
"" '. \ best 134 South Dixie Highway, #7,
of 421
I : Charlie Mather, brothers ..... \ Virginia Perry
Miss Gracie Higgs, niece \. And has taken you ho me to died June 1, at Jackson Hospital Washington Ave., died June 1.
rest. DAISY LEONORA GREEN Remains will be shipped She is survived
Mrs. Ammie Turner, niece by a brother
;; Harold and Charlie Higgs, . "" : Sleep on dear one upon his who gassed to the great beyond Friday to Perry, Ga. for final I Charlie Nelson.< service are
June 6 1962. is survived her
rites. She
nephews, grandchilden and breast. by Incomplete.Mrs. .
'} family \ , Death is a gatewaywe husband Roosevelt; 3 sons,one
: : :'
".e( J" Sadly missed by; all must pass throughTo daughter; parents: ; brothers Estelle Clark of 4735
;,o; :"'/it\':';\;,' Selena Jackson, sisterL. reach that fair land ,and six sisters. SW 21st St., died June 4. She

CARD OF THANKSThe ';>/31/; ; .. W. Wilson, brother Where the soul's born anew Mrs. Elizabeth Knowles, of is survived by a husband Willie

1// '/ . Seymore Wilson; brother 1782 NW 68th Ter., died June O.; four sons George, Willie,
family of the late 1 Edna Thomas, sister A place where we'll find 3, at Jackson Hospital. She is Nathaniel and Curtiss; three
Willie Lee Wilson son No suffering no tears survived b her
----- y son George; daughters Maggie Johnson,
I \ 1 Selena Wilson, niece Where time's not countedBy one daughter Mrs. Frances Viola Udell, and Annie Byrd;
.. . ,
I days months or
t years Prince; one daughter-in-law; 39 grandchildren. Arrange-

/ HOMER L. CARTERwho one son-in-law; two grandchildren ments are incomplete.
-rto v t s CARD OF THANKSThe With all our loved ones
died May 7, 1968, wish to ; cousins including
k j who patiently: wait Joyce Smith Juanlta.and HOUSE_ OF ALBERT
1 express our sincere appreciation family of the later On death's other side ,
4" v l 4 to our many friends fo Muriel Gaitor, and Mrs.Rosa Beufus Lee Diniels, 3154
their .kindness rendered during MR. JESSIE WARE To open the gate. powles of Howard, Fla. Ser- NW 47th St., died May 29. He
our recent bereavement. and vices will be held Saturday. is survived by his w i d o w Rebecca -
Mrs. Edna Culmer mother
To all who remembered us MR.ALBERTSHOOTESwishes ; one daughter Sharon;
through calls Mr.Harlie McKenzie, RICHARDSON four sons, Beufus Jr., Maxie,
prayers, cards, to thank each and every brother.
) flowers, !telegrams, letters, one for their cards, telegrams Mrs. Charlie C. Valdez of Alfred, Nathan; one brother
and other acts of kindness a and florals.A Joe Corker, uncles,and aunts.
1. 5115 NW 10 Ave., died June 3,
special thanks. IN MEMORIAMThe Services were held Saturday.
s special thanks to Rev. in Jackson H 0 s pit i t a I. She is
Also a very special thanksto Atchison and the Mt. Calvary survived husband two
Elder kary Bell, pastor: of Baptist Church. Also Rev.Al- family of the late sisters-in-law by Gertrude Wil-; Mrs. Isadora Kump, 2240

l Refuge Church of Our Lord Jesus Dury and the Mt. Sinai Baptist liams Hortencia NW 152nd St., Opa-lockadied
1 for his words comfort. Church.We BESSIE McKENZIE MINORa Monnings May 29. She is survived by one
relatives. Serviceswill
Thanks to Range Funeral thank each of for well known Miamian who diedin daughter Isadora E.; one son
l you
be held
MRS. EMMACARRacknowledges Bronx N. Y 19 1968 Thursday, at 1:00: Allen Hooks sister Leola
Home for their courteous and your act of kindness. May ; one
with grateful efficient service. A special thanks for the pray- wish to thank the many friendsfor Church.p.m. in Mount Zion Baptist Sims; nieces and nephews.

appreciation all acts of kind- May God bless everyone of ers which were made for us in cards, telegrams, flowers Services Saturday, June 8, at
ness shown 'us in the form of you. our hour of sorrow. and other acts of kindness dur- Mrs. Mary Vaughn of 601 2,p.m. Mt. Zion Baptist Church

cards, letters, telegrams,and ing our hours of bereavement NW 3rd Ave., died May 31 in
florals, during our recent be- The Carter, Johnsons, and The family in N. Y. May God's richest Jackson Hospital. She is survived Mrs. Lonnie Mae Rudison,

reavement. Words are inadequate Mitchell Families Deacon and Mrs. Benjamin blessing rest with you. by a daughter Girtha;two 10357 SW 182nd S., Perrine,

to express our feelings. Green, parents: brothers Albert and Dan; two died May 31. She is survived

Special thanks to Bethany CARD OF THANKSThe Mildred Hobbert, Miriam i sisters Susie Butter and Mam- by one son, Melvin ]Reed; one
t SDA Church and Range Fun- Warrick, Eva Lee Greyer, mie McDonald. Services will sister; Ida B. Rawlins; nieces
( eral Home. family of th late CARD OF THANKS daughters; John and Frankie I be held Thursday, at 4 p.m. in and nephews. Arrangementsare

McKenzie, sons; Mrs. Clara i the chapel. incomplete.
May God continue to bless The family of the later
each of you. JOHN TAFF SCOTT Newbold, Mrs. Edna Culmer
would like to thank the neigh- :: sisters. Alfonso Sapp, 535NW7thSt.

Mr. Lawrence Carr and bors and many friends for being IN MEMORIAMIn died June 1. He is survived by

Family so kind, especially do we his parents Mr. Grady and
thank Zion. Hill Baptist ( IN MEMORIAMIn loving memory ofRCHELJANEREEVE Mrs. Vivian Sapp; sister

Church. Doretha: two brothers Anthony
(' ..:, IN MEMORIAM' Flossie Mae Scott, wife r t and Wa i I ace.Arrangements
loving of
daughter, son-in-law, and my
I are incomplete.
In loving memory of my dear grandchildren, great grand- husband, father, grandfather, 3. ,.

son children.We Aihh CITIZENS FOR
..,\ loved him but God loves I MR. ALFRED WHYLLYwho 1txr
'I him best. departed this life June 8, COMMUNITY ACTIONFour
,<..'. 1964.
rt(,' weeks ago, theCiti-
, I May he rest in peace. It is zens for Community Action of
I.. THANK YOU well with his soul.
: Opa-locka was organized for
I The family of the late .r."" the purpose of beautifying the
:'\ The Whylly FamilyIN communities of Rainbow Park
\ r
REV. J. H.JOHNSON I and Bunche Park. Since its

.''f of Mt. Zion Baptist Church,of NATHAN OWENS Inception, many Interested
<\ nd West Palm Beach, Fla. wish who died May 27, and was buir- MEMORIAMIn citizens have manifested their
' interest
by their at
to thank their friends presence
many ed June 1, acknowledges with .
: )nt from everywhere for their let- grateful appreciation all acts loving memory of our love the meetings at Cook's Kinderga'rten -

ters, telegrams, flowers, food .kindness shown us in the one on 152nd Terrace.
/ We, are appealing :to all citi-
:J i and all acts of kindness in our for m of c a r d s letters,tele-
b.; hour of bereavement.We can't f KENNETH REVELS zens of Opa-locka to join withus
II'\!( say a special thanks to any grams bereavement., florals, during our.recent who departed: this life June 4, who departed: this life June 6, in this effort to get our communities

ALBERT SMITH,JR. because 1966. He will never be forgotten. 1963. clean.
: or
I' person persons May God bless all of you.
,}} who died June 10, 1964. everyone has been so,nice to Mary Hanna, wife Rest eternal grant unto For additional informationcall

.A/' Gone, but nt forgotten. us, soa s pee fa I thanks to Marilyn Bellamy, daughter her Oh Lord and may light 681-9855. Mr. Robert P.
{..{ everyone and may God bless Elsie Pritchard, sister Mrs. Frances Revels, wife perpetual slime upon her. Jordan, Sr. serves as chair-

t ;:;;, Louise Smith, mother you. Stephen M. Chrstian, father and family The Family man and Mrs S. Wilcox as
: ,,4 secretary.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 7, 1968 29 E<.
I ..,- .. -, .
Com School Sanctions Good TeethThere I

are many facilities .M .

now available to the day- POETSCORNER
school student enrollment at
the neighborhood Primary

C" community School. .. ...... ." ,,
Clifford Matthews director -
Mr. ,
related, "Among the ',t Alst I ()a.

many benefits offered to those ... .....
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enrolled in our day-care pro-
gram Is a full-tlma psycho- LOVE, REFINEDYour CASE FOR THE POOR
logist and complete dental ; PEOPLE'S CAMPAIGNMarch
services." y lips that never smile March March
nor dance to
investigation it was of tongue
Upon an d k You hungry poor of a wealthy nation.
learned that dental servicesare have known life's harsh quicksand March onward to build your city.:
free. It is the only school where love onced died unsung. Smile at your critics with their obese
school of its type in the Starture. to them I
only Say "Don't blow. your cool, I
southeastern region equippedwith For I can see the pain Boss." I

two dental operatoriumswith cradled beneath your eyes; We know this embarassment is not easy to ,
professional apparatus. deep lines where hope has been swallow,

The school presently has a and left false alibis. Nor humble pie your favorite.
part-time dentist but within -

the 15-hour pe week pro- of its type in the southeastern dentist, Dr. B. C. Shubert, And there are paths of gray The world of Fantasy has visualized you as a
gram the dentist, Dr. B. C. region equipped with two D. D. S., Is making every ef- zigzagging through your hair; great
Shubert, D.DS.: is making dental operatorium? with pro- fort to examine as many young one finger of your hand Humanitarian. Long have your poor subsistedand
wears band of white dispair.
every effort to examine as fessional apparatus. The people to evaluate what their
many young people -to evalu- school presently has a part- specific dental needs are. The Endured while your image has prolonged un-
ate what their specific dental time dentist but within toe 15- doctor also finds time for con- I too now wear life's brands . tarnished.But .
needs are. The doctor also hour per week program the sultations with pu'ents.King's on face, on heart, and mind; Y now they have grown thin, for hoping
love for
finds time for consultationswith you is new against hope ,
parents.The that time and pain refined. Has produced these despondent anddesperate

dental Clinic at Pri- Memoirs Publishedthe distitutes
. Gene Griener
mary "C' defies the old age That have now taken residence at your door
that youngsters coming from As a memorial to, and a reminder sit- ins and protest mar steps.
middle class to hard-core of, the ideas of Martin ches. Towards the end of his
poverty areas never see a den- Luther King, Jr., a collectionof life his ideas had evolved intoa THE COMMODOREMy Don't pretend you know not why they are there.
tist until reaching adulthood.The speeches he made shortly belief in the need for massive youth was spent on God's green floor There is a case to be presented. They are '.
only prerequisite for before his death will be pub- civil disobedience which cul- with my granddad, the Commodore, there to
youngsters to receive this lished on June 26 by Harper& minated in his proposed Poor who taught me. many useful things Build the shanties, to present the miseries,
treatment is simply to be en- Row. Titled "The Trumpets of People's March. "", that he had learned from slaves and kings. and to
rolled in the communityschool Conscience" the book includesa In the book, Dr. King d- ,- Show the injustice that you have concealed
day-care program. Of foreward by Coretta Scott siders the impasse in race re- And countless times I went to sea while
course, this program distin- King. lations, and the frustration and upon his rugged, boney knee, Displaying your wealth in a foreign aid and
guishes itself from the local Throughout theseriesoi fury over continuing exploi- listened to tales of sailing ships, exploringThe
"headstart' program as funds speeches, although Dr. King tation an neglect which have each one of them from life's hard lips. vastness of outer space.
for operation are appropriated makes clear his understandingof helped to trigger the riots in
from the Federal Government the motivations of the riot- the cities. There on his knee, races arose Go ahead, call them names. Tell them they
ers he that violencecan between are wasting their .
argues Dr. King also explains how THEBAUDandtheproudBLUENOSE;
There is only one grey- and m u s t be channeled the war in Vietnam has speeded which are legends in Gloucester town Time and will accomplish absolutely nothing.Go .
area, full dental and medical constructively towards a sustained up the deterioration of our since both these ships have -gone down. ahead,
services are fledgling opera- d ire c action move- society both morally and so- Sing that stale melody that has so well char-

tions in our presentdayschools. ment on a national scale.: cially. He cites the cuts in toe Sometimes we'd go and see a man acterized
It is hoped by the ad- In his battle against social poverty program because of with whitest teeth, with deepest tan, Your past attitude and the present trend of
ministrators at Primary "C' injustice he initially con- war: expenditures, the climateof and kindest smile I ever saw; the die-hards.
Com School that the operationwill ceived the concept of nonviolent violence affecting young he and the Commodore would jaw
become more preplexed. protest as exemplified by men in the ghettos.FRANKLIN'S Your presence is requested. Visit them and
... they will
Then r wo l roam about'the place Show you 'the real .world. For between two
CARPET where sails are made that soon would race great monuments that*
with winds, an d fight the strongest gales Represent a free and prosperous nation
like those that roared in granddad's tales. assembly despair, hunger;

8650 NW 22 Ave. Disease, and called injustice, symbolized by an encampment -

When I tired I'd to
was go sleepon '
SPECIALIZING IN "Resurrection City, USA.
canvas sails, penned up like sheep,
to dream of sea, and clipper's speed Roy A. Barry
till granddad said, "Well! So long, Swede!


Still sleepy-eyed, Fd wave goodbyeto This new day is given to us, uncluttered,
FLOOR WAXING granddad's1' friend and sometimes cry fresh and clean.

to stay behind on canvas bed; Yesterday's troubles are in the past;
CARPETING CLEANED IN YOUR HOME OR OUR PLANT that's when my ears were boxed beetred.Red Tomorrow's may never be seen.

God has granted this new day to do with as we
as lobsters I loved to eat
Let's fill It with kindness love
an happiness
down on the beach in summer's heat
Call 696-9133 or 635-3641 for granddad's clam-bakes were such fun, Joy and good will.

where fishing nets bleached in the sun.
Father Judge


.. (. / r Out in the bay the bell-buoys song
4M 1 1yr were heir constant BONG BONG BONG; GOD BLESS YOU
and herring gulls shrieking for fish
: that seemed to be their only wish. God bless you, friend of mine, I pray,
jimiij With His- glad peace each opening day.

I still adore old Gloucester town, God bless you, yea, all you hold dear
its Clipper Ships are world renowned; Each moment of the passing year.
; % I I III and where the great white sales are made
I by masters of this ancient trade. God bless you, wheresoever you be
While crossing life's stormy sea.

t1LJ; The place they make *Le Page's Glue," And then on Heaven's Eternal Shore,
t 1 all of us .kids called "Witches Brew"; God bless you, friend, forevermore.
fresh fish that's fit for any King
and makes a gourmet's taste buds sing.


Ghost homes on hills I loved t o climb, The Stress! r
-i sanded bone-white by blasts to time; The Strain I
the old sail loft down on the pier The agony of Pain I ,.,
these are the scenes I hold most dear. You hurt so bad > .
VL' r You are going mad ,
And the thought of it makes you sad..
Northeasters blow across the land
but look
Today sorrow, ,
to coat 'with snow the summer's sand There is always tomorrow
1Qoa't whlpsplash the docks the dragger's fleet
9 ,
You blink, you wink, ,
then them in winter's sheet.
a wrap up ,
But t top! Think! f.iyr.,
What you have is not so bad; v.t. rl
You are really not so sad .. '
Cleaning Special ;
Miss Our Rug The Commodore is sleeping now You don't really have sorrow; "
beneath God's floor on Clipper's bow
; Think of that bright tomorrow. '
in Yankee-land, the first frontier, I
Illusions, conclusions.. . -: ,
We Carry Brand Name Carpeting where seasons are soft, and austere. But realize, you are not a dope;
All you've lost is your hope.

. Gene Griener Haydee M. Hill

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30 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 7, 1968

Rev. S.A. Cousin Leaves Greater Bethel j MAY FOR ENDS NEW A BIG HOPE MONTH Rev. T. Johnson Is New

BAPTIST Of Greater Bethel
When the congregation of JUice with reverse-cycle air moring worship service said: The month of May ended,with Pastor

Greater Bethel AME Church and heat, special classrooms; "Rev. Cousin has done his two large and highly sucess-

assembled, June 2, for the and, a parking lot purchasedand work. Now, though we are ful programs for New Hope Rev. Timothy S. Johnson, Rev. Johnson comes to Miami -

regular morning worship ser- cleared for use. sorry he was not elevated to the Baptist Church, 13th Street has been appointed by BishopE. from Payne Chapel AME

vice, the membership sat with The spiritual growth of the Bishopric, he goes to a higher and NW 1st place The first of C. Hatcher, to take over the Church West Palm Beach,

mired emotions as Rev. S. A. membership cannot be mea- position in the AME Church." which 'was the pastor's Aid pastoral 1 duties of .Greater where Rev. Cousin was once a

Cousin, their renowned pastor sured; but, the love and In Rev Cousin has been ap- Club, held May 19. Pastor's Bethel AME Church. pastor Rev. Johnson has also

made his farewell remarks. spired leadership of Rev. pointed, by Bishop E. C. Hat- and their congregation,attended pastored Grant Memorial,
Coming to Miami 1957 Cousin permeated every facetof cher, to serve as presiding the meeting. Sister G L. YOUTH DAY AT J a c k son v 11 e; Fountain

from Mt. Olive A ME, Orlando, church Ufo Department and Elder of the Miami District. Harper, the president takes PROVIDENCE Chapel, Tallahassee and in

Rev. and Mrs. Cousin have organization leaders per- He will still be an esteemed this time to thank all who join NEW Bartow, Florida.
formed their duties well and leader of the District in this The congregation of Greater
served the church and the ; ed in to make it successful.
community In all phases of they brought their tithes and capacity; and, he will continuehis Also the Annual Youth DIY Bethel AME Church welcomesRev.

community life. History records -' offerings to enhance the projects membership Greater Program was held May 26, Johnson and Mrs. Zelma

success for Rev. Cousin's of the "church that Bethel. with visiting Jr. Choir from Johnson to the Miami area.

endeavors while minis- serves the community." The end of a decade at Mt, Calvary Sister Patricia The entire community is invited -

tering to the people of Miami. As Daniel R. Francis, member Greater Bethel may be pro- Gowen the morning speaker, to attend services June
Among the physical improve of the Steward Board who logue to the service Rev.Cou- theme;."The Church inaCon- t'' :' 9, to meet and hear Rev.John-

ments are listed a debt free made expressions for the en- sin may render to the Miami fushed World." Both enlightened son.

parsonage, a renovated church tire congregation during the District.Kf&bw&m. their themes.

Sister Hattie Mae Gowen, w .4 NEW MT. MORIAH

I chairman and Sister All'ILR..

\ Mincy, Sister Lucinda Wil- Rev A. L.- Shipp, pastor

liams co-chairman would --- Evelyn Souter, reporter
also like to express their i Our pastor's anniversarywill

;. .' thanks toall members, friends ?a begin June 13, with Rev,

and visiting choirs for once B. Mack and congregation( of

again making the Youth Day Macedonia Baptist Church,

program a big success. -- West Hollywood, June 14,Rev

Sister G. L. Harper, president REV. TOM DIAMOND 0. W, Foster congregation

Sister H. M. Gowen, of Ebenezer Baptist Church: of

chairmen, Sister S, K. Robin Hallandale, These services

i' son, reporter, Rev H. C. Sam will begin at 7:33 p.m,June 16

muels, pastor at 3 p.m. will climax the an-

niversary with R1iv. A, M.
Griffin and congregation of

TEMPLE BAPTIST SMiloh Baptist Chucrh. Wo are
re-_ fi -TT I>- r< / w.BROTHER
cordially inviting the public to
Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor
these services.
Elsie Douglas, reporterThe
We want to thank Rev
pastor officers, and
i Reaves
members thank the various of Brown's Chapel for
delivering t fro wonderful mes-

tt Iou In (!Elyurrlj tha who pastors! gave to and make their their congregations time annivers-and finance -, sages There on last will be Sunday an after ser-

ay a spiritual and financial i vice program Sunday night A
surprise( ant A treat is in store
blessing. Rev J. L. J>oitler,
for you WI. rJ't you please attend -
\ ST. MARY'SRev. and congregation, St, James ?
Baptist. Rev S. T. Johnson,
pastor St. Rev Stuart NATHAN Prayer meeting each
1 H. V, Stuart, pastorA Mary's, Thursday, at 8 p.m.
also the various
pastor aux-
E, Bethel, reporter STREETEIAll Remember the
pastor, sick
iliaries of the church andSis-
Sunday, June 9, will beSen- shut-ins bereaved
roads lead to New Pro- families,
ter Sarah John?:)i
ior Worship Day. All grad- and those in
TIlt Youth Department will vidence Baptist Church, where the armed ser-
uates of church and their
our vices in
series the youth are observing their your prayers.
friends i their parents and be in charge of fc'ilsS'nly
1E: members of various faculty : Children's Day 7th Annual Youth Day. They r..
: Tim: man are worttughardwitii : have chosen for your enjoy
.r 7r will worship together. This is
also Deaoji p. tClill'I: ment the Rev. Tom Diamond SHILOH
Children's Day and parents -
chairman an1Df.ion: C. wrto is a graduate of Florida
are asked to place flowers Young, co-chairman with Memorial College and now Rev A, M.Griffin,pastor
on the alter honor and in
I Means Day program. The kickoff teaching in Pompano. The Cheryl English, reporter
memory of their children. tea will be the fourth Sun- evening speaker is Nathan Next Sunday the pastor is

-I There will be Infant Baptism Streeter a graduate from asking the entire church to go
during the 11 a.m. service. d.iy.On with him to Mt Tabor at 3
the sick 1 list are; Rev Booker T. Washington High p.m.
Oar pastor will deliver the
-' for the L. A. Thompson, Do,\.::on A.J. School and he is now attending for Pastor's Installation
sermon occasion. Our
Hanna Christian Menorial Miami Dade Jr College. All graduates are asked to
MRS, DOROTHY COOPER MRS. TERA L. STEWARTp.m. congratulation to graduates ,
Hospital and Brother George We invite you to come Sun please meet at the church Sa

ANTIOCHThe Preaching begins Monday At 4 p.m. the kindergarden Saunders, Jackson Memorial:: day, June 9. Rev. C. J. Bur- turday, at 5 p.m. to practicethe
June 10 at 8 Rev E of the church and the super-
p.m. D. Hospital Let us continue ney, pastor. march.
Kelley of Fitzgerald, Ga., st, visor Miss Dorothy Major will pray for the sick and shut-ins. Revival preaching service All Juniors are asked to

{ pastor chairman, James Baptist Church, will hold their graduation exer- begins June 10-21() Rev.W. M meet at the church Saturday

co-chairman, officers, and conduct the service. cises at the church hall. The Boyd of Albany, Georgia will at 5 p.m. for rehearsal.
members thankful for the-
are All 1968 seniors, please public is invited. At 5:30 p.m conduct the preaching service. Friday night there will be
success of our drive. Thanksto meet us at the church, Satur- the Ways and Means will hold BEULAH BAPTIST Plan to attend. preaching here. Rev. Tor-

all our many visitors and day, June 8, at 6pm. Visiting their regular meeting. The rence of Valley Grove and con-
friends for the Rev. E. R. Ferguson,pastor
part played
you seniors are welcome. vice president is asking all gregation will give the orderof
in making our a Alice Banks reporterWe
program ,
success. The Juniors will sell pies, members to be present.Our would like to extend our MT. CARMEL service. All members are
and barbeque at the church sympathy goes to Mrs. asked to come out and support
We will begin prayer meeting Friday and Saturday nights. Dorothy Nottage, Mrs. Edna deepest appreciation to our Rev. D.A, Bradley,pastor Shiloh.

leading up to our revival, Rev. J. W. Stepherson,pastor Culmer 1 and Rev Gladstone many friends, who helped us Louise McGriff. reporter The Pastor's Aid Union will

Wednesday, June'; 5, at730; Hunter in the death of their make our Women's Day a great Sunday, May 26 was Men'sDay meet here Thursday, at 8 p.m.

------p---- loved ones. Continue to pray success. at Mt. Carmel l, we had a Sunday there will be Baccalaureate -
Our chairman Annie
f GRACE and visit all our sick and shut- wonderful time. Rev. Tannerwas services for our 1968
Everett would like to
ANTIOCHRev. PRESBYTERIAN ins. give the morning speaker. Rev. graduates.
special I thanks to
our speakers -
Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor Dinners are still being sold Mrs. Victor Esknas and Davis delivered the messageon Let us not forget the sick

P. W. Wiggins, pastor This Sunday Is Children'sDay at the church Saturdays, at 12 Mrs., Lee Thomas We want to Sunday night. We would liketo and shut- ins. Visit and pray

Revival services are now in we will have confirmation noon Donations $1.00. also thank the two people who commend our nun for doinga for them.

progress at the church. Rev.J. at this service. In the eveningat introduced the speakers, Mrs. great job.Don't .

W. Walker, a former pastorof 730; ,the Sunday School staff DRAKE MEMORIAL Clara Brooks, and Mrs. Edna forget our groundbreaking YOUTH DAY
will ,
be the
third Sun
Antioch is the revivalist.He will present a Children's Day Deveaux

is the pastor of Mt. Calvary program. Sunday is Youth Day Tne day, at 3pm.on17thAve.and79th AT. MT. SINAIThe

Baptist Church of Riviera Rev J, W. Dunn, pastor youth will be in charge all day. St. Rev. P. W. William; youth will once again be

Beach, Fla. Rev. Walker is a This Friday, at 8 p.m., the The choir will have their Come out and watch them from St. Luke Baptist Church, in, the spotlight observing

great speaker. pastor will participate in the second anniversary on the form. per will be the guest speaker.You Youth,Day,Sunday,June 9.Theo

retirement program honoring fourth Sunday in June. We are and yours have an invitation theme is "Christian Youth
Sunday night singing featuring -
services will Mrs Susie Daniel, principalof asking all our friends to helpus com Reaching Out as Crusaders for
be held for the 1968 graduatesof the Sons of Jericho.
Carver Ranches Elemen- in our project. Pray for thesickandshutins Christ in a Changing World.'
Antioch Sunday morning at tary School, 2201 SW 44th A vel The Cub Scouts thank the and those who have lost The guest speaker will be Rev.
regular worship hour.The West Hollywood. parents and friends for help- their love ones, and don't for Felder of
C. S. New Christian
provided by the ing them with their project on ZION get the boys In Viet Nam.
Baptist Church. SpearheadingYouth
Youth Choir under the direc-
last week. The cubs were able
tion of CHRISTIAN Day will be a musical
Mrs. Rachel Pratt. A
SCIENCE"God to send many bags to the Good Rev C. P, Preston,pastor
7 at
cordial invitation is extendedto program Friday, June ,
will Industry The No. 1 Choir celebrates
7:30 p.m featuring visiting
everyone. the Only Cause and Sister Dorothy Brown is Improving their anniversary starting UNION GROVE youth choirs. Please come<

Usher Board No. Two will Creator" is the subject of the and she send thanksto Thursday night, members and Rev. R. smith and give your spiritual and
present its Annual Pew Rally Lesson Sermon to be read in all the members and friends friends are welcome Paralee pastor moral support.

Sunday, June 9,at 3 a.m. Musi- church Sunday. The public is for their calls,visits andpray. On Saturday the No. 2 Choir Choir rehearsal Livingston, reporter These young people have
cal and literary selections will invited. will sell dinners at the homeof Wednesday
worked hard to mike this
ers.We Prayer
; be rendered by the will have Sister service Tuesday
youth. The Golden Text, whfch a special ser- Roberson. night. Youth Day successful,spiritual
A "Womanless Wedding' states the theme of the lesson, vice for the graduates on Sunday We are asking all members and already
rewarding. They are -
will also be presented by the is from Isaiah; "Lord, thou morning. You are invitedto and friends to come outto Thursday Smith will night, June 6, Elder working as "Crusadersfor
No. 2 Usher Board, at 8 p.m. worship with us. preach on behalf
wilt ordain peace for us; for prayer meeting on Wednesday of Men's Cnrlst1 by their Interest,
oa Saturday June 15, Mr thou also hast wrought all our Don't forget to visit the sick night. Day.Remember effort and time engrossed in

.' James Adams is the president. works in us." and shut-ins. L. Washington, reporter. shut-ins. the sick and preparing for this diy.


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THE i.iIAt.1\I ES. Frld"ay. jJnV7.. 1968

Rev. Washington Sings To Capacity'

Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastor Rev. S. Atchison, pastor

Crowd At First Unitarian ChurchSinging Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor Joseph Marshall, reporterMrs. Phyllis Beal, reporterThe

--- - --- Minnie Hunter, reporter pearlie M. Sharp and pastor, officers, and
to a capacity filled a t the grand piano.During the Marsha Campbell.The June-ites are having a night of members of our church invite

audience, was the Rev.William second section of the printed concert grew out of a games and fun at the home of the many visitors,friends,and

H. Washington, Sunday program, which consisted of workshop in human relationsat Mr. and Mrs. John Dean, 836 'relatives to the Baccalaureates
past, at the FirstUnitarian four parts. the University of Miami, un- NW 63rd St. Also Sunday in the e r v i c e held Sunday. Rev.

Church, 7701 SW 76thAvenue.The After each section of der the chairmanship of Dr. Parish Hall the June-ites are Atchison's subject will be

concert was superbly and musical renditions, excerpts Herbert L. Seamans, in col- having a dinner sale. "Today We Launch: Where
extraordinarily rendered dur- taken from various writings of laboration with the National t Mrs. Carrie Lawrence and Shall we Anchor." This is an

ing the regular 10 a.m. service Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Council of Christians and the May-ites are happy to report opportunity you wouldn't want

Mrs. Marsha; Campbell Jerry Williams and Kath Jews. Members of the group for the month, $1,111.00 to miss.A .
accompanied Rev. WashingtonST. Walker were read andnarrated desired in some tangible manner Thanks to you, again. bus tour is being plannedfor
by the church's minister. Choir No. '2 and Greater Key West June 16.The bus
their involvement
to demonstrate
the Rev. Fred LeShane. Highlighting and for Bethel A ME Gospel Chous will far Is $6.00 dollars, and all
.. PAUL the program was the concern end tl contest in the Battle of dinners will be free.
making Dr. King's Dream a
rendering of "Take My Hand, reality for some SongsSunday, June 8, at 8:00: Please pray for and visit the
Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor Precious Lord," Dr. King's establishing a young scholarship personby p.m. Everyone is invited to at- sick and shut-ins.
Mary Amos, reporterThe There will be a Tom Thumb
last request. Members of the
fund at Florida Memorial Col tend.Mr
officers and membersof audience responded \4th emotional lege. Solicitation of the pastor Louis Sparks and Usher Wedding at the church Sundayat
our church invite each and fervor to the deep musical -, and members of the board of -" Board No.3,are planning their 3 p.m. A grand time isbeing

everyone to come and worship vibrato of Rev. Washing- the First Unitarian Church by anniversary this month. planned and your presence will
with us Sunday, June 9,Child ton's voice.After brief pauseof Mrs. Rosemary B.Rappoport, be appreciated.
ren's Day. The pastor along silence, ovations were ex- chairman of the drive and Men's Day will be observed TRIUMPHPrince

with the youth have prepared a tended in recognition and ap- member of the church,brought' Sunday, June 9. Our morning W.J. Roberts,pastor NEW HOPE !;
wonderful program for you and preciation of Rev. WashingtonandhisaccompanistMrs. to realization this unique experience speaker will be Rev. A. Essix Phillip Roundtree, reporter

especially forour graduating and the evening speaker will be Come one, come all to the
seniors. Rev. W. M. Davis.All men are Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor
pastor appreciation program
The pastor is asking that requested to pay $25 and wo- throughout the week. You are Loraine Fuller, reporter
Choirs 1 and 2; Ushers 1 and CHRIST EPISCOPALFr. men $15. Your attendance at invited to come out Sunday Saturday, June 8, there will
and members to FELLOWSHIP be a dinner sale at the churchon
2; officers this affair will be greatly ap- to our Choir Revival,at 3 p.m.
Join him at Mt. Herman AME T. R. Gibson, rector Rev. P. S. Brown, pastorM. preciated. Deacon Williams in Opa-locka. behalf of the Missionary
Lauderdale Sun- L, Nixon, reporter ciety. You may call 696-7745
Church, Ft. Antoinette Silva,reporter chairman.The Get well wishes to Mr.Clar-
day, June 16, at330pmRev.: The Episcopal Churchmenwill The Juniors who were bap- Liberty Choir Union ence Houston. Remember to for delivety.
J. B. Blacknell, pastor. celebrate its annual Men'sDay tized Sunday are asked to con- will be at our church June 9, pray for the sick.South There will be a musical pro-
Stewardess Board No.3 will on Sunday, June 16. Mr. tact Sister Billy Way for en- at 3 p.m. gram here Friday, June 7, at
observe their anniversary William J. Stirrup is the rollment in the Junior Usher Our prayers are extended to 8 p.m. and Sunday, June 9, at

Sunday, June 16, at the regu- chairman and Rev.Cooper will Board and Sister MattieSimpson the sick that they may soon re- Dade 3 p.m. in behalf of the No.One
lar evening services.The be the speaker. for the Youth Choir. High cover. Choir featuring various choirs
Willing Workers will Miss St. Margaret's Guild school graduates and return- News and soloists. Sister Willie M.

meet at the home of Mrs.Eve. will be crowned Sunday, June ing college students are asked PLEASANT The Senior Choir and Wo- Denson president.The .
Richardson Sunday, June 9, at 9, at the home of Mrs. Lula by the pastor t o attend the 11 men's Chorus of Mt. Moriah pastor and officers urge

4:30: p.m., 1416 NW 63rd St. Hall. The contestants are Miss a.m. worship service, June 9, Rev. A.H. Lockett,pastor Baptist Church, Perrine, will all members to attend Bible
in the
There will be a rummagesale Annabell Fisher and Mrs. Youths participating Annie Bennett reporterThe hold a Joint rehearsal Friday prayer meeting
fashion show for next month Thursday, at 8 p.m.Remember .
sponsored by the Willing Sybil Hall. Anyone who has not church held its Tenth before the third Sunday in June
please see Sister Rbunette De- the sick and
Workers Board all day Satur- contributed to this c at 7:30 and Wednesday
Annual Women's Day, May 26. p.m. ,
shazior for organization shut-ins bereaved families
day, June 8, 1968 NW 62nd St. send donations to e i t h e r con- proper Mrs. Magnolia Me Kinzy before the fifth Sunday,at 7:30 ,
13th Ave.Remember of final details. and sevice men in your pray-
chairman and Doris
Mrs p.m.
Sister is having a
to purchase your The graduates of various Martin, co-chairman wish to -.-"---- --------- ers.
ticket to the July 4th Boat Ride, high schools and colleges will dinner sale at her homl Satur- thank all participants who

sponsored by Choir No. 2. be the guest at the morning day and would appreciate your helped to make the program a
Let us pray for our sick and service Sunday. Immediately patronage.
Comfort the sick and home success. Special thanks to our ZION HOPERev.
shut-ins that they,will have a following the service a fellowship and Women's Day Captains.Mrs. .

speedy recovery and will soon hour will be held. bound visits.with your prayers A. H. Lockett from StJames Paul Freeman, pastor Ii

be able to worship with us Get well wishes are extended ; In Riviera! was .,pur Bessie Williams, reporter "...,
,soon. to Mrs. Rosa White and Mr. morning speaker who spoke on 1.I Baccalaureate serviceswere
We are asking for the full Bethel at Christian 14 grad-
Clarence CORINTH our Women'sDiy: theme: "The held for the 1968
support from our entire mem- Hospital, Mrs. Miriam Peavy Challenge of Christian Women uates of Zion HopeonlastSunday -
bership to help our girls in the and Mrs. Madeline Williams 'ff'; 1>:'tni";t In A Changing Society. June 2, at 11 p.m.
Little Miss St. Paul contest, Sincere sympathy is extended Our evening speaker was On the fourth Sunday in this

they are: Paula Johnson, to the Sands family for the ... : Mrs. Anita t Ferguson from month, the men will have their

Beverly Champion, Helen Mc- lost of their Rev. M. Sands;to It' Second Baptist in Richmond ;/" Men's Day observances. The

Nair, and Cheryl Williams.FRIENDSHIP the Gibson Family for the lost Heights continued with our , I I/ ;;. chairman, and cochairmanare
of their mother, Loretta Gib- theme. ,l;'#; asking the cooperation of

son and Mrs.MadelineWU- The women raised $3- v' each and everyone to do their

liams for the lost of her bro- 17467. duties- In order that- this.- day
ther. J. Our revival will begin Mon- will be a successful one Deacon
Rev. J. E. Jenkins,pastor day, June 10, at 8 p.m.Weare CATHY INGRAHAMThe Richard Williams, chairman -

Ruby L. Carr, reporter asking everyone t o come out and Brother Billy Locke
Sunday will be Youth Day, EBENEZERRev. and worship with us. Revival recipient of one of the co-chairman.

and our youth will be in charge' pastor will be Rev.L.J.Alford highest awards given at Miami Remember the sickshutins -

of services, under the direc- A. D. Hall, pastorE. from West Palm Beach.GREATER Killian was Cathy Ingraham. bereaved familiesand
tion of Sister Gussie Wright, Ingrqm, reporter D Cathy, who was recently 18, is boys in the armed services in
Sister Ruth Scott as pianistand Next week Rev. Hall closes { II a member of the Killian your prayers.

Sister Essie Robinson. his 14th year as past or of I BHU .e.. ",. NEWMACEDONIA Science Team, ParaMedicalClub
Starting June 3, our pastorWill Ebenezer when he leaves to National Honor Society,,
be conducting revival ser- attend the 98th Annual Ses- ANDREW JACKSON Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor. and has been the Vice Presi-

vices in Boca Raton at the Ebe- sion of Florida Annual Choir No. 1 will have a tea Willie Beard, reporter dent of the Student Council for MT. TABOR

nezer Baptist Church, Rev.E Conference of the Methodist Sunday, June 9, from 3:30to Baccularueate services will the past two years. All these
R. Robinson,pastor.They Church, which convenes at Be- 6 p.m. at Brother and Sister be held Sunday during our }accomplishments and a warm Rev. James Hendon,pastor
will appreciate your presenceif thune-Cookman College Day- Robert Dennard, 945 NW 83rd morning worship for the 1968 personality, assisted the The official staff and mem-
you can attend. tona Beach, Florida. Terrace. Can we count on your Graduating Class of the vari- Killian faculty in voting her the bers invite you to the installa-
The third Sunday in June will The pastor's Aid Board is support. Deacon Ector,presi- ous high s ch ools. Membersare "Most Outstanding Senior tion service for our pastor,
be the ordination of Brother sponsoring a bus to the con- dent. : Brenda JoyceRozier, Girl.' She also received the Rev. James W,Hendon,Sunday

Nelson Harris and Brother ference, which will leave from Sister Deliford is asking all Margaret A. Hood, Bobbie J. danforth, "I Dare You"award June 9, at 3 p.m.

Carl Rembert as Deacon. the church midnight Satur- ladies of Corinth to please be Nixson, Vineta Green,Carolyn for leadership; and a certifi- The guest minister will be

The pastor is asking all day, June 15. present Sunday morning to Wilson, Gwendolyn Thomas, cate of merit i n citizenship.In Rev. A. M. Griffin and congregation -
members to be present Tues- The Pastor's Aid Board will start planning for our Wo- Lena Smith, Carolyn Betties, the future Cathy, plans to from New Shiloh Bap-

day, June 11, at 8 p.m. for a be in charge of class meeting men's Day program.Also Sun and Frank Lumpkins. College attend Florida State University tist Church. "

special meeting, please \be: Tuesday night. Let us not day, June 9, will be our gen- members are: Ganella White, in hopes of becoming a research During the morning servicewe
present. forget to visit the sick and eral church registration day. Cortez Peters, andSteven technician. will honor the 1968 grad-

Happy Anniversary to the shut-ins. Rev. Andrew Jackson, pas- Kelly. uates 0 f Mt. Tabor and others
William Sisters and Brothers tor and Sister Nina Morrow, We wish to say to the entire FIRST BAPTISTRev. who do not have a church home.
Club on their 25th Anniversarymay reporter. 1968 graduating classes: pray for the sick and shut-

you have many more. Whatever you do, whereveryou ins, and bereaved families.
JORDAN GROVERev. W. M. Davis, pastor
Sister Arrie Bell Lawrenceis go, and whatever you endeavor Donella Turner, reporter Sincere sympathy is extended -
ill remember to put God to the family of the late
in Mercy Hospital. Douglas Cook, pastor CHURCH OF GOD Thursday, June 6,there will ,
at the head and you will con- Elizabeth Knowles.
Gilbert reporterOur be a worship service sponsored -
Eddie Bishop A. Demerritte, pastorOn tinue to in grace and
revival meeting is already Sunday, June 2, we were grow by Capt.No 6.Rev.Thomas
BROWN'S CHAPELRev. in progress. Don't miss honored our 1968 graduates. knowledge. will deliver the sermon. WEST
the last two nights with Rev.W Our pastor delivered the mes- The Youth will sponsor a
J. E. Brown, pastor of Greater Bethel Banquet Friday June 14 in the
K. Smith sage. Following the sermon CRUSADER ,
Ida Jackson reporterOur
services of Opa-locka our revivalist. the graduates of the class of church dinning room. Tickets On Sunday, June 9, BishopN
Sunday morning TrotterOn The No. Two Ushers' Board 1968 and 1967 were each pre- Rev. C. Dixon, pastor 'are $1.25 adults ,and $.75 for A. Derrick will administerthe
were rendered by Rev. in Juneat will celebrate its 10th anniversary sented a gift from the Victory Flossie Marshall, reporter children.. Also, our Youth Day sacrament of Holy Confirmation -
the second Sunday beginning Friday, Leaders Band and an envelope We are inviting you to our .Program will climax June 16. followed with the
3 p.m., there will be a June 14, at 8 p.m through Sunday from the pastor. Members of Children's Day servicesSun There will be a,dinner sale Solemn Benediction of the )

cal Tea sponsored by asking Deacon June 16th, at 3 p.m Keep the graduating class are EthelE day morning" ," June 9. Our Saturday, June 8, at 1454 NW blessed sacrament 5 o'clockat

Marvin Ludlow., We to these dates in mind. Rolle, Colette D. Thomas speaker will 'be Mrs. Cornel 37 St...Sponsored by Capt,No. the West Indian Catholic
and invitation
extending an Sympathy to the family of Matilda McCloud, Deborah us Glenn. 7'and, wprk rs. Church, ,1590 NW 54th Street.
the public to see and hear 1323 somewonderful'singfng NW the late Brother Tommy Hard- S tor r, Vera Brown, Zandra Let us think} o{ our,sick andshutins The Children' s Day pro.. The public is cordially invit-
at wick, who lost his life on the Reaves, Flora Strachanand and those on the battle gram will be'Sunday afternoon 'ed.

54th Street. battlefield: in Viet Nam, Allen Hanna. Congratulationsto field. They need our sup- at the church beginning at 3:00 George Sturrup, reporter.
Sister White and list Let us pray for all the sick. all of you. port. P.m.
Hamilton are on our sick

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,< 't Summer Swim Schedule Starts At Dade's Pools And

Spearing wit.1. Y I school to cent admission to pools will be
The Dade County Park and 5 p.m. AU classes will be con- pleted first grade in
Girls must
charged, wear
will "Monday be eligible for lessons.Learn-
Recreation Department ducted In the mornings,
,. bathing caps while in the
". 1 begin its free summer swim through Friday for a two- to-swim classes for pre-
schedule for adults and young- week period and will continue schoolers are conducted water.
sters at eight pools and two every two weeks through the beaches only. Syncronized Pools areavailablesatur-
'. beaches' beginningJune;, 17. summer. Classes will be con- swimming classes are avail- day evenings ,for "swim andsplash"
,, I Advance registration is''suggested ducted at the following levels: able at the Tropical,North Regional parties oDrental
toalllnterested.Registration Norwood, Myrtle basis to organizations and
BY HARRY SPEAR Beginners (non swimmers), Grove and Cutler Ridge Swim groups. Call pool- manager for
at the beacheswill advanced beginnerintermediate ming pools. reservation.For .
be on Saturday, June 15 swimmer, Junior lifesaving further Information,
MARLINS HAVE HARD LUCK from 9 a.m. to 12 noon, and at and senior life saving. Instruction at pools and please call pool or beach near-
8 to Children beaches is free, but a fifteen est you.
Owing to bad weather the Marlins played two games with the pools daily from a.m. must have com-

I Orlando which they split the other two games with Daytona --
\ Beach were rained out. The games were to be played at the Railroad
i Miami Stadium which might have been to their benefit. Just a Summer Day Camp At G.W. Carver YMCAProgram
few days prior to this they were rained
with Lakeland at Lakeland. With all these bad breaks and the Director Raymon the cultural activities. The trips, art exhibit and intra and
: poor umpiring In the Florida State League, they are only half Thornton announces that the program this summer will Include extra day camp programs.For Black PeopleTo
I a game out of first place. On Friday, June 7 the fans will be
Carver YMCA will begin its arts and crafts,creativeand
I, treated to added attraction the clown prince of baseball
an extra further information South
Summer Day Camp program modern dancing, charm
; . the one and only Max Patkin . If you've seen Max the Summer Day
I June 17, Registration for the (fashion modeling), children's concerning CONGAREE, S. C. In the
I perform you know the hilarity involved. If you haven't seen Day Camp begins June 6. The theater, Instrumental music, Camp Program, contact the 19th Century, the underground
him then make It the Miami Stadium and bring
a pointtobeat at 5770 NW 15
program ends August 24th. choral music, fencing, Judo Carver railroad delivered black peo-
;' I the kids, they will really enjoy him.MoeHlll belted his fourth from 10
The theme this summer, as and karate, photography,quiet Ave., or call 696-0231 ple from Southern slavery to
0 m e run of the season in a with Orlando, to take the
.i game Fri-
to 8 Monday -
it has been the past two sum- games,team games,individualand a.m. p.m. freedom In the North.
team leadership third baseman Steve Green has three, Hill duel educationalfield and Saturday from 9 a.m.
mers is 'Culture Through games, day Now, it's the other
also had two batted in to take over the number one spot way
Play, with emphasis given to trips, recreational field to 1 p.m. around, according toW Frank
''I on the club with 24. With the rainouts in the last week atten-
dance has taken a drop They hope to pick up. Batting averagesof Threatt, local steel mill oper-
the first five Marlins: Bill Ray, a utility player and pinch Crowds Flocking To Dade Parksson ator, who says his'under--
hitter is leading with .313, Moe Hill, the power hitter with 33 ground railroad" is returning
hits, 7-2 base hits, 6-3 base hits and four home runs for an Metro Dade County Parks parks as compared with 7- Camping park, Trail Negroes from the North to the
average of 289. Lew Beasley, .279, Cliff Matthews, .275, Vic and Recreation which last year 525,850 up to this time last Glade Ranges, Elliott Key South.
Torruellas, .275. The boys above and the pitching are keeping catered to 18 million personsis year. Crandon, Haulover Park andRedland Fruit The black people are being
; the Marlins in contention for first place.The leading pitchersare heading for a new record Beach, Virginia Beach, Spice Park made up the restof taken to this small commun-
: Creg Arnold six wins two losses;Tony Sebastian 4-2. He this year. Matheson HammockGreynolds the park'usagei' which is ity, where they're being put to
has a 1.80 era with 31 strikeouts, and only 12 bases on balls. Figures taken through AprilIn and Homestead Bayfront t 773,910 person-attendance up work at the Congaree Ironand
: This weeks schedule Friday, Saturday, June 7 and 8 Marlins all regional parks showed chalked up 8,051,631 of the over last year Steel Company. Founded in
vs Leesburg; Sunday, Monday- June 9 and 10 Marlins vs. 8,299,760 persons used the total. Others such as Thomp- 1957, the firm currently has
( : Tampa. All gamesstart730pm.ExceptSunday630 p.m. For The Recreation Division of 425 mployes, mostly Ne-
I reservations call 635-5395. DOLPHINS PLAY 3 N. F. L. TEAMSAs the Dade park System also Increased groes.

you know, the Miami Dolphins have three pre-season a million plus in its Threatt, who has been
99t games with National Football League opponents in the Orange pools, Dade County Audi- selected as the nations Small
Bowl ..- the Philadelphia Eagles, Saturday night, August 17, torium, Camps and Recreation Businessman of 1968, told a
the Baltimore Colts, Saturday night, August 31st, and the Atlanta Centers. Vtzcaya hashad Senate Small Business sub-
Falcons, :Saturday night, September 7th. You know the' 117,075 visitors so tar this committee that the black peo-
Dolphins' side of the picture pretty much with reference to our year as compared with 112- ple he employs are not being
prospects for 1968. 315 last year to date in April. given anything.
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When ever a politician or a group of politicians tell you Jwe News SHOPS LOUNGES ACCOUNTANTS,
are aware of this situation'and it is now under advisement or By Walter Bow 'PATRICIA'S' INC. CARL'S. 4400 NW ZEBRA 7th Avenue LOUNGE ':' E. 'O, CULME
that they are' studying the matter'' the person or persons to 5843 NW. 17th Avenue Earl Edwards,. Prop.SHAOOIES Public Accountant
whom they are speaking have had it, in so,bras that particular Mr. and Mrs. Don Peoplesare 696.3515 Income Tax Notary
matter is concerned. The Broward County fathers readily the proud parents of a baby LORY'S FASHION- SHOPS 6800 NW 15th TAVERN Avenue Phone 633-3735
admit that the water, in certalm county communities is unfit. But girl born last week.Mrs. Peo- 6112 NW 7th Avenue Live Entertainment Weekends 5264 NW24th AvenueS
sad to say, that Is about as far as it goes. ples is the daughter of Mr.and Martin W. Smith
Their prime reason for this still existing situation is cost. Mrs. Fred Craig of West Holly- UPHOLSTERY L. McNEAL
evasive answer has been batted wood. FUNERAL HOMES Bookkeeping & Tax Service
around for more years AL'S UPHOLSTERY: 1730 NW 57th Street
than can be remembered. How long itw1ll retain Its effectiveness Congratulations to Mr. Al- RAHMINGS EVERGREEN. 5509 NW 7th Avenue 691.2114
Is up to the people who live in these mudhole manors with zene F. Floyd of Ft. Lauder- 1744 MORTUARY NW 3rd Avenue 759.8907
such beautiful and high sounding names. dale on the opening of his new 371.8343MANKERMILTON
A county commission that will admit to the people that they restaurant on 6th St. and 11th PIWUJ:' FLORIST
(the commissioners) know in effect thata certain condition ex- Ave. When you are up his way BROWN REALTY
ist and will not assume its responsibility to make or cause the stop and have a snack withAl 6701 NW 15th Avenue 4740 NW 754-0655 7th Avenue .... .......IIQMI.
proper adjustment and correction is saying to the people "goto Carver Ranches Fire Dept. 691..9151LAUNDRY
????, we know you're ineffective and can do nothing to bring holds its regular meeting &
about any change whatsoever. every Monday, at 8 p.m. Mem- CLEANING SAVE UP TO 40%

In honest truth they are right! There will never be any pro- bers please be present at the WILLIAMS' ON I3CO H.W. 7th Avenue
nounced change within: these mudhole manors' until an effective fire hall. Walter Blatch, TAILORS & CLEANERS Auto Insurance MI.I Elsa.v .
organization, led by an attorney confronts the Broward president. 1 Day Service Alteration
fathers head on with facts figures and state laws that are on Miss Gwendolyn Bullard of 4842 Phone NW 27th 6349251 Avenue Liability Physical I ',..
the books and go unheeded by the commissioners. The lack of' West Hollywood, was among DamageSR
enforcement Is strictly the fault of these residents who say in the graduates who marched at AUTO REPAIR 22 Filing
apathy that nothing will be done so why loose the time. This isa Bethune-Cookman, on May27. :So One'Refused'
sick and pitiful attitude.. Politicians are well aware that the She received her degree last EDW. BRYANT'SGARAGE
existing majority extertain and embrace this attitude and they week She is the daughter of GOOD.fRIVERS.
thrive on it. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bullard, 4382 NW 32nd Avenue No Finance Chargeas
How much longer will we be put off? How much longer will 4209 SW 20th St. West Holly- 6354210HOME little as
the cit y of Hollywood allow you to draw free water from its wood. She plans a teaching 15sOOV'N :.. r...,
fountain? Hallandale.stopped its free flowing water, where do career. Congratulations. I s WE WIRE FLOWERS
you go when Hollywood does likewise. Don't forget the Fish Fryatthe : AT SHELL'S CITY ANYWHERE)
The handwriting is on the wall, if you cannot read it then it VFW Post No. 8195 this (South Door) I*00 Mlnlnwn
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4 cup low baking pan. :
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1F 2 tablespoons chopped parsley Spoon into 1-1/2-quart baking dish.Heat 1/2 cup chicken broth
1/2 cup chicken broth'* with 1/2 sup butter until butter is melted. Drizzle over stuf-
1/4 cup butter fing mixture. Bake stuffing and chicken at 400. for 50 minutes
*0r use 2 chicken bouillon cubes dissolved 12-1/2 cups water or until stuffing is lightly browned on top and chicken is ten-

Saute onion and celery in 1/2 cup butter until vegetables are der. Serve with spiced crab apples, desired. Mikes: 4 serv-
y tender but not brown, Add 2 cups chicken broth and season- ings of chicken with 6 cups stuffing. ,
1 ings; bring to 'a 'boil.' Add rice and simmer 5 m'nutes. Note; Moisten any leftover stuffing with additional chicken
Meanwhile, empty' 'seasoned coating mix into the plastic broth and reheat in oven
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1 3 bedroom home on large lot. Jalousie windows,
stove, refrigerator. Near NW 22nd Ave. ,& 81st
Terr. Price only $7,000.$1,000 down and $75 mo. 5662 MAYO STREET WEST HOLLYWOOD

.' down One FHA mortgage $62 monthly
Father's Favorite $300 -
I Lovely corner 3 bedroom, '2 bath CBS home. Jalousie 2 bedrooms CBS

1968 StyleThis windows, fenced yard, pretty patio, bar-b- Lot 60x100
que, wall to wall carpeting, terrazzo floors, FHA
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family together tomake a fuss the oven, without spattersof (Our Opa-locko number is 624.3666)). Other Extras
over Father on his day. Servean grease or the constand 373-3304 OWNER 923-1300
old-fashioned country din- watching and turning that fry- NO QUALIFYING HOME AND INCOME
,' ', ner of crispy chicken and corn ing a chicken involves.The Large 4 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS and garage in back
bread dressing,Dad's favorite has 2 apartments. Location at 48 NW 48th St. is
vegetable and salad, followed dressing is a rich,but- ideal, near everything. Price $16,500, $3,000
I ; by apple pie or chocolate tery mixture crumbled cornbread down and $130 month. Good buy. Live rent free!II!

cake. (You know which dessert packaged enriched pre CARLTON REALTY
i ;, Father likes best.) cooked rice, and toast cubes. WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION
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: of the dinner by cooking the ( who doesn't), a good trick Ave, Jalousie windows, awnings, large rooms, (Broker)
chicken the easy, modern way Is to freeze any leftover hot- stove, refrigerator. FHA bargain at $11,500, $350 3014 NW 19 STREET
with Good Seasons Shake'n breads, such as biscuit or corn down. $76.98 month. ", ','
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Chicken- Mild Country Fla- way, you'll always have ingre- WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION
g vor. This coating mix contains dients on hand for quickly pre- Beautiful, like new corner CBS, tile roof, awn- FHA CBS, 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, living room, kit
ti its own shortening so chicken paring a dressing. garage, modern kitchen, freshly painted inside chen, dining area, front enclosed porch, $11,000,
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"Courtesy of Good Seasons Shake'n Bake Seasoned
.J 6 Mix for Chicken Mild Coating .;shrubs., FHA, price only $15,000 with .$450, down, Extras. $12,400, $1,000 down, $100 mo. pays all.
{ Country Flavor. : : and $93.33 month thlsls, the Lu'Ht.!! ' 3BDRMJ 1 BATH, CBS, tile rf, fenced gar, utll rm,
,'. \' Must see.$12,500$1200 down, $115'mo. pays all.
new,3 bedroom CBS, awnings, jalousie win
1/2 onion J house or use as home and income. NOW yeilds
1/2 cup cup diced chopped celery dows, gas wall heater, terrazzo floors, stove, refrigerator $2.0 mo.$13,000$1300down$10 (mo. all, CBS.
washing machine. Bargain at $13,000
1/4 cup butter FHA with $400 down and $80.82 month. (Our 3 BDRM, I BATH, Waterfront home with garage.
2 cups chicken broth , Opalocko numberis 624.3666)). This is it. $11,000, $1200 down, $100 mo. all.
1 teaspoon salt ' * * * *

3/4 teaspoon poultry seasoningDash EXCEPTIONAL HOME REAL SHOWPLACE! TUNE IN TO JON CARLTON in the Real Estate

of pepper This'3 bedroom,2 bath beauty is on' 2 corner lots. Corner, WMBM, 1490 KC, Friday 3:00: p.m. and
1-1/3 cups packaged enriched pre-cooked rice Double carport, tile roof, oil heat, awnings, jalousie 9:00: p.m. Get Real Estate information and callto
1 envelope seasoned coating mix for chicken--mUd country windows air conditioners, large modern see the homes.

t flavor kitchen, wall to wall carpeting,
1 2-1/2 pounds cut-up chicken s rinklersfencedFHAprice$18,500.$800down

....,... $118,76 month and seller pays, all closing costs.

Pretty 3 bedroom CBS, new area. Jalousie win. ,
MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY dows, carport, terrazzo floors, spotless inside King Size Buy1tlRE A I TORS 8000 HW 7th
APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. and out. Bargain at $12,000 $400 down and OADE COUNTY "fc A ve.
$74.41 month, FHA. Near schoot shopping, etc. ISOUR ,


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FHA. $350 down and 68.31 month.

Corner home on large landscaped fenced lot,
awnings, jalousie windows, carport, large modern
OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY kitchen, appliances, air conditioned, 26 ft. pool,
w See Model sprinklers, circular drive. FHA price $14,500 ,
$450down, $97.01 month.

5917 S.W. 63rd Street WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES -

: VETERANS $100 DOWN 9226-28 NW 18 AVENUE
1 bedroom furnished. Only $$1,500, $350 down.
NON VETS $400 DOWN iic1 REALTYBROKER No closing costs. A steal!

1411 NW 88 STREET
NO CLOSING COSTS 2 bedroom beauty. Fenced. Move right in.

.' FULL PRICE $12,900 4932 NW 7th Ave. 3831 NW 115 STREET
..,'" .,,' ; 3 bedroom, 2 bath, no qualifying. What a buy!
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: '. : ; 16000 NW 27 Ave ;'<' ; HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWe
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday I June,?. 1968. 35 .I I

FOR RENTroom .

CLASSIFIED ADS In private home' for a
lady middle age preferred.
f r

- -, --- _---om __ n .. 2 bedroom CBS duplex $30
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR( SALE 1 bedroom apartment $19
1771 NW 81st STREETNo Beautiful corner duplex,' tile FHA I 11 1 FHA I 11 I FHA I I I WEST REALTY

qualifying move right-in 2, roof, CBS oakfloorsopen front Only $250 downpaymentor 2020 NW 62nd Street

bedrooms, CBS, Fla. room, poorch, screened Fla.poorcn, $100 to Veterans. 2 bedroom.
air-conditioned, pane lied 2 bedrooms, 1 bath each side, homes CBS (we have 2 with Bachlor apartment one bed

walls, furnished, large lot, Cpt., swim-pool,fenced.$22- monthly payments of $66 to room furnished you pay your
open Sunday 1-5. Owner 758- 500 $4000 down $140 month. $70) call us on these 2 homes own lights and gas references

5400 CARLTON REALTY (Broker) for locations, and we will be needed. $16.00 a week with

693-4772 glad to drive you to them.Call security deposit ca11754-6277
Fenster Realty (Broker) 759- \ ,
between 10 and 6 p.m.
DOWN $83.55
month Very modern 2 bedroom 510 NW 54th St. East of

CBS, carport, utility expressway. Commercialzone DELUX DUPLEX Room in private home for set-

room. Near Elementary C-5. 30 x 50 store with FHA terms $18,000 with $800 tle working woman. 1740 NW

school. Nice corner lot. Tubin offices plus 2 furnished air- down, this is delux 2 bedrooms 49th Street. Ph. 635-4078.

Realtors. 7906 NW 7th Ave.'. conditioned, 4 room apart 1 bath each side very large,

Ph. 691-4785. ments. Upstairs, rear parking like new tile roof, this is a One bedroom apartment fur-

6% mortgage.: No closing-: steal want to live rent free nished Couple n o children.
446 NW 44th Street Gorgeous costs. Owner 7515171. this is it.A. Ben-Kori, Realtor 1225 NW 56th Street.

2 bedroom, 1 bath,nice 612 NW 60th St. call anytime

corner lot, stove. refrigerator CBS 2 bedroom, 1 bath,clos- 759-2425.
total FHA price$9,000, CHILD CARE
ed front porch, carport, completely -
$300 down, Vets or 221 people furnished. $750 down, BEAUTY SHOP CELEBRATES 25TH ANNIVERSARYThe
$100. No closing costs,$79.42 $62 month pays all. Infants and toddlers. Best of
monthly, why rent when you (2 chairs) plus 2 care in my home. PL 8-9972 Williams Brothers and Sister Club will celebrate their

can own see today Aetna Dry cleaning and laundry rental units, excellent money 25th Anniversary at The Church of the Nazarene,7940 NW 15th

Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th agency-many alterations, do- maker. New area perfect location WOMEN SEWERS WANTED Avenue, Rev. C. Mozell, pastor, on Sunday, June 9, at 3 p.m.

Street. Phone 757-5724, open ing good business. Owner re- plenty of parking Work at home doing simple Members of the club are Selvia Williams,Nelson Williams,
7 days. tiring. Runs from Street to Street sewing. We supply materialsand Alton Williams, Melton Williams, Johnny Williams and Julius

LEONARDI REALTY, 9106 Drive by 1778 NW 95th Street pay shipping both ways.'Williams Jr.McDonald's.
4200 NW 3rd Avenue beautiful NW 17th Ave. 696-0092. then call us for all information Good rate of pay. piece work.

3 bedroom, 2 bath,tile Fenster Realty(Broker) Write Dept. 2W3, Jamster Industries Wants Students I

roof, oak floors, Florida Lovely home, 1 bedroom, un- 759-8779. Inc., 100 Ashmun,

room, wall to wall carpeting, furnished, quiet neighborhood, Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., Zip The annual search has dents. Final selection will be

FHA $15,000, only $450 down, high and dry. $500 down. $75 Duplex up and down best 49783. started for the 100member made by Lavalle and a panelof

vets and 221 people$100.$125'month month. Vicinity 24th Ave.. and buy In this area, Florida room, McDonald'sAll-Amerlcan distinguished band direc-

pays everything.Owner 43rd St NW. Total$7500.Own- garage 1 large rooms and MISCELLANEOUS High School Marching Band, tors, including Al G. Wright,
anxious, bring money Aetna er 691-4668. large Duplex hardwood floors which will march in two of the director of bands at,Purdue
Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th sensational value at $18,500 country's most popular and University; George A. Chris-

St., phone: 757-5724, open 7 No qualifying. Move r 1 g h tin terms can be arranged witha Wanted: Scrap,cooper,brass, colorful parades. topher, director of bands at

days. Modern CBS 2 bedroom bath good down payment shown aluminum, lead, generators, One hundred high school Port Long Island, N.Y.; and a
Fla. room. Carport tile roof, by appointment only. Call us starters motors and batteries musicians representing all 50 number of others.
2025-27 NW 91st Street live' hardwood floor, close in town Fenster Realty(Broker) 759- Midas Metals,2770 NW states will be chosen to play
rent freeall CBS duplex, location. E-Z down monthly 8779. 32nd Avenue. and march in Marcy's Thanks- The nation's music retail-
FHA value $13,700 only$450 ers who are members of the
payment arrange. Atlantic and giving Day parade in New York
down, no closing costs-monthly Pacific Realtors.: 666-0411. "NO QUALIFYING Juanita's Kindergarten will City' andin the Tournament of NAMM, as wen's the 1,000McDonald's

$84.99 freshly painted, a MOVE RIGHT IN be open for the summer. For Roses parade on New Year's restaurants_ will
assist Lavalle in the' search
real solid investment to live 3 bedroom 2 bathcompletely pick up and delivery service, Day in Pasadena, Calif. They .100'band
SOMETHING SPECIAL for the members. ,
in, see today Aetna Realty fenced built in features 2 call OX 12350. will be seen on NBC-TVand "
Beautiful 2 bedroom 1 bath idea is
"The to outAmerica's
(Broker), 811 NW 54th St.,ph. years young large.lot 50x143 ." OlD w CBS-TV in both parades.The single
CBS home with beautiful 100 school
top high
757-5724, open 7 days. minimum down payment band is sponsored by
grounds wall to wall carpetnew musician and honor ,them in
$1.000. Total price $16.500 This Newspaper, does not McDonald's restaurant chainin <
CBS duplex. 3 bedrooms on 1 plus drapes new, stove good monthly payments. Callus knowingly accept HelpwantedAds cooperation with the Na- much the same way all-star
eatin kit- football
refrigerator large players are given
side, 2 bedrooms plus Florida to show Fenster Realty that indicate a preferencebased tional Association of Music <
this home is immaculate Lavalle
chen recognition
room on other side. Fine for 2 (Broker) 759-8779. on age from employers Merchants. ,
in close to plained.
families. $800 down FHA very good area covered by the Age Discrimi- The noted Paul LaValle,who

terms. Just offMiamlAve. schools and busses, first week-time ATTENTION 1.11 I INVESTORS, nation in Employment Act. directs the band, said that _._ I
offered it won't last the
60's Edison Realty Realtor, with We have good 5 units and 8 More information may be ob- every high school bandmasterin FOR SALE
751-2441, 175 NW62ndStreet. end. FHA terms, $14,000 tained from the of- the country has been invit- =
unit ex- Wage-Hour
apartment buildings 3 bedroom 2 bath, gar
$450 down, vets or displaced ,
ed to submit nominations ft
cellent investment with good fice at 1527 Federal Office age.
Moving. Must sell. 3 piece persons Ben-Kori only Realtor$100, 612 down.NW60St. A. down payments excellent Building, 51 SW 1st Avenue, two of his outstanding stu- 1809 NW 41st Street

sectional sofa$20, sofa bed Call ,anytime 759-2425. turns on your investment- callus Miami, Florida 33130, tele- 7195 NW 15th Court
$15; men and womens cloth- for locations and all infor phone 350-5767. Buy Like Rent

Ing, puses, shoes, household mation. Fenster RealtyBroker I HELP WANTED I Cash Paid Out for Lots
items, all good coditlon; will OUR BEST BUY ) 7598779.No JE 8-1340
sacrifice. Also 63 full power Total price $8,500 with $300 FEMALE

Olds sedan. 20520 NE 20th Pl. down and $89.00 month Pays all qualifying move right in HELP WANTED' WaitressesDay

Highland Lakes North Miami only 15 year mortgage, FHA immaculate 2 bedroom, bath and night shifts

Beach. 945-0982. terms. This a sparkling like enclosed sleeping porch, car- Good barber wanted. Master available. Need not beexperienced. MEN

new home with wall to wall port tile roof, hardwood floor, or apprentice. Good payguar- .Will train.

Like new C BS 2 bedroom 1 bath carpet very large wonderful nicely furnished tool! $1600 anteed. Dave's Artistic Bar- Liberal benefits.

Florida room. Tile roof,large kitchen, large rear porch or down $110 month pays every; ber Shop, 1090 NW.62nd Street fringe SouthernBell
lot. Fine area.Air conditionerFHA Fla. room 2 bedrooms 1 bath, thing. On NW 32nd St.near 13th (Jun. 14) Profit sharing plan.

$400 down $83 month. in most convenient neighbor- Ave. Atlantic
Veteran or displaced person hood right on bus line, near 666-0411. able.
$100 down. Atlantic and Paci- schools newly decorated inside iEGAL NOTICE JUNIORS
fic out wonderful starter Intend to register under fictitious :
Realtors 666-0411. and 1801 NW 44th Street RESTAURANTS
home or for older couple. HOME AND INCOME name actSUBURBAN Set Mr. Pete between 9:30

Pretty CBS 3 bedroom 1 1/2 A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 NW Lovely 2 bedroom dining room SERVICE COMPANY APPLIANCE & 12 noon, 1:30 & 3 p.m.,. Needs You !

bath Florida room. Built in 60th St. Callanytlme759-2425 living room, fenced yard, plus 13. 9liW 119th Street 30th & Collins Ave.,
oven-ranged, fenced. FHA $45D( home in rear for income.$695 Miami Bch.
Miami Florida.Arnold G.Ar-
HOUSE AND down. Move right in. Owner
down dis-
$93 month. Vet. or
house with extra lot rowood: owner. ..
Older type 693-2631. IMMEDIATEOPENINGS
placed person $100 down At- Edison Center area house is May 17, 24, 31 and June 7
lantic and Pacific Realtors,
66 -0411. 2 bedrooms 1 bath CBS Small JUNIOR RESTAURANTSHave
but charming wall to wall car- FOR RENT

pet all cash $9,100.00 keep the Immediate Openings (for AS
efficiency and apartment -
Rugs a sight? Company com- house ,and sell the lot for $3- Room, week and Near HELP WANTED the fallowing:
$12 up.
ing? Clean them right with 500 this makes the price of the
house has the beach, 421 WashingtonAve. (Will Train)
Blue Lustre. Rent electrict house $5,600.00 LinemenFramemen
Steward &
Soda FountainMan
Jun. 28)
roof put on this Apt. 9. (
shampooer $1. Star HardwareCo. brand new SaladSandwichGriddlemen .
., 8747 NW 22nd Avenue we ek. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor -
60th St. cally anytime Rooms, conveniently located. Day & Night Dish Washers
Reasonable price. To see call Day & Night Waitresses !
759-2425. NE 54805. Must be experienced.Year * * * *
MODERN 2 BEDROOM CBS DUPLEX round work. Lib- (Must b. Experienced) 1,

carport, large Florida room, FHA terms $13,500 with $450 Room in private home. 2481 eral fringe benefits, Salad-Sandwich & Griddle- .No Experience Necessary 1

utility room, oversized lot. down, one bedroom each side NW 59th St. NE 5-8010. Man
profit plan.
Near schools, bus, shopping.FHA this is really a lovely propertyin sharing 18-22 !
Liberal benefits.
price down attrac- Parking space avail- fringe Ages
$12,000. $400 really
a one shape 1 bedroom home,unfurnished, Profit Park.
shoring plan.
$80.09 Real- live rent able. Apply:
month. TUBIN, tive. Best rental area couple only. $75 month. 43rd available.
tors. 7906 NW 7th Ave. Phone live see it and JUNIORSRESTAURANTS Ing space I
and enjoy
free St. and 23rd ct. N.W. Owner JUNIORS RESTAURANTS 345'HE 2nd Avenue ,.
691-4785 will buy,A. Ben-Kori, Realtor 691-4668. 8325 NE 2nd Avenue 1
See Mr. Frank between
612 NW 60th St. Call anytime See Mr. Pete between 9101 S. W. 24th Street jon
LIKE NEW 3 BEDROOM 2 9:30: & 11 a.m., 1:30 to 3
9:30 & 12 1:30 1150 S. Dixie Highway
bath CBS. East of expressway noon, p.m. equalopportunity :
$15,500 FHA or bankfinanclng POOL HOME Rooms: for rent men only,plus & 3 p.m. 2947'Collins Coral Gables. Opposite employer j

TUB IN, Realtors.1906NW7U I 3 bedroom 2 bath.$700 down cooking $9.50 week Ph. 696- Ave., Miami Beach. University of Miami. 1
2971 NW 162nd St. 624-3376. 4809.
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