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Publication Date: June 14, 1968
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Vol. 45, No. 42 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY JUNE 14. 1968 32 PAGES 15 ., :
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> 14 I t f 'I. 1t Dr. King's Accused Killer

+ 1 "u i b t Caught In I London AirportJames

Earl Ray, the accused killer of Dr. Martin Luther quest for counsel for Ray.Hil-
King, was ordered held without bail for a hearing June 18 on ton approved the request.
charges of entering Brltlan with a pistol and a forged pass- Fred M.VinsonJr.,the Justice '

) port. Ray' was captured Saturday as he was leavea department officer sent to
I II I London airport Washington to London to
,4 ./'+t'5 14 I The preliminary hearing Monday on the British charges speed'' the extradition, sat silently I
I lasted 1:22 minutes. He was then taken to Brizton Prison. to one side during the
t dT Jan.41 hearing. He Is chief of the Jus-
y a I U. S. Authorities said efforts The 40-year-old Ray wore a
" I to extradite Ray could bluechecked sports coat, an tice Department's criminal
come this week, since he is open-neck, dark blue sports division and an assistant
wanted in Tennessee on mur- shirt and dark slacks as he was attorney general.'
der charges for to King slay led Into the London court Mon- At no time.during the hear-
ing .March 4 and by 'Missouri day. He his ing Monday was the assassi- \
Jerked bead to one'side'a'Yeam .
1{ k "on escapee'ch'ares>''Jw' < ? 6f burly Scotland 'niiton# fK.'ng'pu' nton ;'and f!
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'a. extradition 'I/
ar The StateDepartment, aid the question; did
A Yard men half dragged
in Washington Monday that a him at one point to the dock. not come up.; The hearing was a'
: formal request'' for Ray's Ray spoke onlytwlceand part of the'British legal system -

extradition would be made both times his voice was bare- which requires thatevery ..
1. through the U. S. Embassy in ly audible as he held his head person arrested must appear
I before a magistrate within 48
London "within "
a days. partially lowered.
----------- He had one
Late Monday, U. S. officials word to say each time -- hours of his arrest.
. New Commissioners/ Ben. 'Shepard, left, ,and Earl Carroll, right were sworn in obtained a provisional murder "No." The Judge asked Ray Ube Ray was carrying a fully
i r Tuesday to serve on the Metropolitan Dade County Board of .Commissioners/ They warrant against Ray.It was the objected to restrictions of loaded pistol and two Canadian
succeed out-going commissioners Levy Whitworth, left center, who I is running for the first step by U. S. authorities news coverage of the bearing passports when he was cap
State Legislature and Joseph A. Boyd, right center,. who is running for the Florida in the extradition proceedingswhich and If he had a statement of his tured at the London airport,
Supreme Court. could last for months. own to make ending an Intense 65-day man-

I The formal U. S. requesttohave Thomas Butler,the Scotland hunt.,
I Ray returned to Memphis Yard detective who arrested He was seized as he was going ..

Effort Jo find Summer Jobs for the King killing is expected Ray at Heathrou Airport last through British customs
: to be made in a London Saturday morning, handed after his arrival on a flight
I' Court today (Thursday). Magistrate Frank Milton a re- from Lisbon, Portugal.

For Dade Youths fail

! .I Flo' A&M Will Not Be Phased Out 1

The effort to find summer jobs for Dade's youths is falling, already been filled or committed -
, county officials said this week. TALLAHASSEE-The cen- cause of its comparatively datlons and said it had no plans

,Robert Simms, director of Dade's summer program and The state of Florida has only tral, issue in the occasionaltalk high cost of operation, FAMU for any major changes at
r" Community Relations director, said the present effort by the two of the 60 summer Jobs un- of "phasing out" Florida discovered it had plenty of defenders FA MU other than improving It.
Equal Employment Opportunity Task Force could not meet filled. Federal agencies have A&M University or merg- when a recommendation -
. the needs of the community. committed 400 Jobs, but 320 ing it with neighboring Florida was made to the 1967 Leg-
have been committed. State University is whe- islature to begin phasing the Graduates From
Simms heads the program of The local chapter of the National Potter also said that neither ther the state should continue institution into a merger with
recreation, employment, and Alliance of Businessmen to have a university com- FSU.
Metro nor any of Dade's 27
other activities for youngsters is continuing their effort, municipalities have committed ; posed primarily of Negroes. "I'm convinced that Florida Dental' SchoolJames

,.. in ghetto neighborhoods this but Potter said. summer Jobs for ghetto Those favoring continuingand A&M serves special segmentof
: summer. our population that cannotbe K. Johnson, Jr., son
youths. upgrading FAMU seemsto
i! "We' v e got 12,000J.oung- The NAB has spearheadedthe Last week, the Community be winning their case. served in any other way," of Dr. J. K. Johnson of Miami, !
drive for jobs since March.
stersgraduatlngfrombighschool Relations re-elected former State University Chancellor and Mrs. Helen Johnson of
this year, we've also They have found only 590 jobsin Sen. Harry P. Cain chairman Always recognizedas Robert Mautz commented. Washington, D. C.,,received
I got another 20,000 youngsters private industry, though for a second year. Also elec- something of a problem in the The State Board of Regents the Doctor of Dental Surgery
\ returning from college for the their goal for summer jobs ted were: vice chairmen Dr. state university system be- approved Mautz's recommen- degree at Commencement
summer, and we've also got was 2,600. Henry King Stanford and Dr. ercises June 7. at Howard Uni-

those already in Miami and out Only 384 of those jobs are John O. Brown, and Charles versity, Washington, D. C..
. of school to contend with," still open with the 48 participants Potter; secretary, Mrs Perry And Wright On Chamber Dr: James K. Johnson, Jr., I
i said Simms. In the.pegram: Potter Georgia Jones; treasurer,Dr. will take a two years intern-
; "We can't begin to meet the revealed 200 of these jobs have Edwin Shirley. ship and residency at the Vet-
: challenge of finding positions Of Commerce BoardTwo erans Administration Hospital
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for these young people with the in East Orange, New Jersey,
Mia mi Negro business- businessman' and is also starting July 1. ,
present effort.
Charles potter,chairman of Teenage Girl Indicted men have been named to the 31 president of the Florida Elks, While at Howard University I
I' member board of of and assistant to the National
.the Task Force reported last governors he was a member of Alpha Phi
week that private and public Blanche Patricia Ward. 17, arguing over a ballpoint pen the 'new look' Greater Miami Grand Master, Hobson Reynolds Alpha fraternity and Chi Delta
employes have only committed has been indicted ona first degree when the shooting occured. Chamber of Commerce.W. of Philadelphia. Mu honor society,
i themselves to hire 1,300 murder charge in the After the Grand Jury indict- O, Perry, owner and Wright is the newly-ap- Dr. and Mrs. James K. ,I
of close to 10,000 teenagerswho shooting death of a schoolmate, ment was returned, the case operator of Perry's Florist, pointed Federal Housing Ad- (Rosalind Williams) Johnson
if will be out of school and at Miami JacksoriHighSchool. was assigned to Judge Harold and Sonny Wright, owner of ministration area broker for Jr., and daughter Wendy .
In need of work today. Blanche pleaded innocent in Vann. No trial' date has been Universal Real Estate, Inc. the northwest section of Dade Gertrude, plan to return to Miami '
"We better look at how it Circuit Count Monday in the set. are the first Negroes to serve County. He was the first Ne- where he plans to start .
really is as we approach the death of Linda Lipscomb, 16, Blanche is the daughter1: if in any capacity with the Miami gro in Florida I to become a the practice of Dentistry,after ;I :.
; end of the school year," said of 2255'NW 48th St. Mr; and Mrs:James Ward of Chamber. member of the Board of Realtors his residency in East Orange,
." Potter Police said the girls were 1371 NW 60th St. Perry is a pioneer Miami New Jersey.

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Rusfin Quits Tucker Takes Over "ft il I

Work On New Uth Avenue


Poor People's March Park Pushed I

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WASHINGTON An air of quiet chaos hung over the Urban In Tucker's absence Mondaywas At park at NW 17th Avenue the Public Works Departmentof summer on the four acre tract.
League headquarters Monday workers struggled to get ready 27-year-old David Rusk, and 87th Street is being rushed Metro Dade County. The Later the Park and Recrea-
for the Poor People's Campaign,"National Solidarity Day' on the son of Secretary of State' to partial completion this park itself faces on NW 17th tion Department plans to builda
June 19.Sterling. Dean Rusk Rusk has been summer by the Metro Dade Avenue. A large parking lot is recreation center building,
Tucker, the Urban League's Washington director, Tucker's deputy for several County Park and Recreation also being constructed and a full scale swimming pool andlight
agreed Sunday to take over the difficult job of coordinating the years, and joined his boss in Department(: This area has paved by Public Works. the ball field for night
one-day demonstration in support of a better break for the natfnn' taking leave from the Urban been recommended as beinga
__ This summer, the new park play.The
u poor. League to work on the march. Memorial to the late Dr. four-acre parkpro-
"Our crusade is to redeemthe Abernathy, the leader of the Tim* is short, Husk conceded for residents of the area, will for
Martin LutherKing, Jr. and perty was purchased $70-
American said Poor: People's "but if didn't think contain a Softball field,irriga-
promise, Campaign. wo we named in his honor by 17 Ave. 000 and $35,000 is being spent
Tucker as he announced the could do the job, we wouldn't tion facilities for the newly 1
this in the
citizens.A. park improve-
Tucker spent Monday at the area year
sodded and
decision. "Therefore have into it." seeded turf areas
we gotten director said ments mentioned not includingthe
Justice Department and in New D. Barnes, ,
shall march together June 19 Despite the gloom left by the being established, landscaping -
York in an effort bring som that the first phase of gradingand road building operation.Both .
-- black and white, red and assassination of Sen. RobertF. is i parking lot, children's kandPublic Work
order and coherence to the soil preparation now un-
brown country people and Kennedy and the shakinessof play area and two multi-
June 19 Mirch. derway by park machinery and crews are busy at the site now
slum dweller, poor and non- the Poor People's Campaign purpose courts for games.
crews. Also NW 87th St is being as shown in the accompany
poor' Inside the Urban League Rusk suggested that the constructed and (paved: by These will be finalized this photos made last Friday afternoon -
Tucker, who is described as headquarters on the fringes of June 19 march might be able .
"a moderate militant," step- Washington's black slums, to give the Nation "a momentof --------- ------ I

ped into the vacuum left by Ba- staff members and volunteers unity and rededication." Miami Beach EmployeesSeek .
yard Rustin,who quit last weekas began to wrestle with organi- "But," he added as he walk- a,'<: e:Ms.;:.4.. '. ;
much coordinator in a disaggreemunt zational problems: which must ed away, "we've got a lot to M4 :
.I with Dr. Ralph be solved before the march. do." Unionpal

I' City of Miami Beach EmI Employees,AFL-CIO con-
I i ployees which comprise the vention, ,the group is seeking ,
Jealous Kills..ThreeSeli
Lover Public Aid Employees, public membership in the union.

,. workers classified John Gibson, employee rep-
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resentative for the M 1a m 1.
LAKELAND.- Police said revolver to his temple and kil- He also killed the unborn Beach Personnel Boardis
Sunday Roy Lee Waldon killed ling himself; child of Johnny Mae Hall when spearheading the organiza-
his brother his mother, a "It apparently began as an i he shot her in the stomach and tional efforts. Negroes will
young girl and then himself argument between Waldon anc 1 critically wounded nineyearold constitute a majority of the
Saturday after beating his his girlfriend, Mary McFar- Merlyne McFarlane. membership.
lane vP
Det. William Creamer
girlfriend and angrily accusing -
her of being unfaithful. said. "He had accused her of URBAN LEAGUE
running around on him" Creamer said police had RECEIVES GIFT Zy
Before Waldon took his life "comparatively little AKRON, Ohioi -'The B. F.
Two other persons were with a bullet through his left trouble," with Waldon, although Goodrich Company announceda
critically wounded before the he killed he had been arrested NEWS BOY OF THE MONTH
temple, his brother, :: grant of $4,000 to the Na-
53-year-old Waldon ended a Ralph Waldon, 57, his mother, times for traffic violations, tional Urban League, New Patrick Jones, 12yearoldson
35-minute shooting spree in a Viola Dixon, 72, and seven- six times for gambling and York B. F. Goodrich Fund, of Mr s. Evelyn Jones of
quiet Negro neighborhood by year-old Patricia Ann McFar- once in 1965 for carrying a
Inc., is also contributing$20- 928 NW 64th St. has been se-
putting the smoking caliber
lane. concealed weapon. 000 toward the building pro- lected as the Times News Roy
gram of Akron Community of the month.
"''i,'" .1 "' .''. a. Service Center in which the Behind the warm smile and
,. --------f- : A,: JOHN GIBSON National Urban League con- pleasing personality of Pat-
_._. 1It' ducts its Akron program. rick, he 1 s very serious and
......:3or employers are in the processof Since 1952, B. F. Goodrich conscientious about his paper

unionizing. Fund, Inc., has granted more route.
Impressed with Mrs. Martin than $6 million to assist edu- Patrick is a seventh grade I
1i1.nFiFr Luther King and Rev. Ralph cational institutions, hospitals student at Edison Junior High
Abernathy's: remarks at $he 'youth groups, welfare where he names Math and En-
recent American Federationof agencies and farm organizations glish as his favorite subjects.
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Ping pong tables are installed at the Happy Miami recreation center at 7052 NW
62nd St. The site was donated by Food Fair Stores and the equipment was suppliedby RENTAL
I various local businessmen. Painting was the Miami chapter of the Painting and
Decorating Contractors of America under direction of Buddy Klein. Miami-Metro
News Division photo.

AGENCY ; : ;

I Grand Musical Debut Fontainebleau Hotel

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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Trovatore," "Lakme" Concert time begins at five
Bethel, 1375 NW 50th Street, "Madame Butterfly" anda p.m., Sunday afternoon, June (R r\
are presenting their daughter special arrangement of the 16 to an "by invitation only" ;P
Sonya Nadine in a very formal "Beautiful Danube" by ohanp audience.
concert in the LaRonde Roomof Strauss. 's________/ MANAGEMENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATING
the Fontainebleau Hot e 1. Following the concert, Mrs. IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES
Tne program, sponsored by Ruth Bethel will entertain her
the performing Arts Societyof guests with lovely Mrs. A fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for
the Paul Lapierre School of Blanche Calloway as hostessin tenants convenienceA
Musical Arts will include a private reception given in
selections presented by sev- honor of Sony a k The models community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent
eral young performers of the from the modelling section of free," fu mlsh.d and air cond Itlon.d fo your com fort and enjoyment.A .

society and also special highlights the Performing Arts Society U-KAIR public relations department to assist you with your problems.
performed by profes- will show fashions including
sional artists Miss Bethel only ballgowns during the reception Tenants concern will stop vandalism and reduce costofhouslng.

will sing aireas from famous all in keeping with the
operas such as MRIgoletto," mood of the entire evening. MAIN OFFICE f

4150 NW 7th Avenue 759-8733

I Education "UnlimitedAt If s s 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locka MU 8.0617

Primary "C" 20848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler RidgeCE 5-3553

605 NW 7th Terrace Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-3357
of "C" -
The doors Primary leadership training, steppingstone '
Comm mity School are open program and public 1163 NW 3rd Avenue FR 3-8416 ,

from 8 a.m. til 10 p.m., for speaking. Classes in any sub- 3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HI 5-1381
families to complete their ject will be open for any five .
education or relax. persons so interested. f ardfdholr growth and f ly yoi> 512 NW 1st Ave, Hollandale -WA 7-2434
The following courses are Come enjoy and participate(: f if f*' l{*f, if.'fyinjiftitiftl' i ttriy 339 Hammondvi lie Rd., Pompano WI 3-2434
being offered to adults and In the recreational program *<*)> art f olIIHJsttyrtf,. Aifc TorTemple '"
youngsters: Tutoring in aca- which consists of the following
demic subjects; driver educa- activities; HON. L'. L. BROOKS, President
tion for adults, food prepara- Swimming teams,checkers, GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager
tion, typing, reading, basic whist contest, dancing, tam.'- CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director
education,high school diploma ly night, baseball, basketball, Add
courses, basic clothing for the little leagues, volleyball,ping '
family, Spanish, drama for pong, ten n Is, golf, bowling, It . If I am to enjoy a better life, others must live better too." L. L. Brooks .
adults and youngsters, ballet group singing,band,and kid- -
for children, girl scouts die shows. .

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June '14, 1968

To Be EqualBy Bayard Rustin '( ;\1

Whitney Young, Jr.
Office: 6530 NW 15th Ave., Miami; Flo. 33147-Phone: 691-0421 s'*Ir
Executive Director .. ,
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher National Urban League Speaks ,
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor r"J

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National Advertising Representative Teaching Negro HistoryBlack I have read with surprise newspaper reports attributing to

Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. Rev. Hosea Williams, of the Southern Christian Leadership
310 Madison Avenue New'York, N. Y. 10017 students who have been sitting-in and demonstratingon statements describing as "unauthorized' the
Member of the National Publishers have many legitimate Conference, official -
Newspaper months
Association in recent
campuses 19th
many the Mobilization
of June in
2400 announcement Supportof
Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 their denundsfor
demands, but feware so obviously the Poor People's Campaign. Rev.Williams is also allegedto

SUBSCRIPTION RATES courses in Negro history and culture. have stated that I do not have full authority, as national co-
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 I find it hard to imagine how the intellectuals such and scholars courses. ordinator, for the Mobilization but am instead its"public re-

Entered as Second Class Matter, August, 1927 at the Post who run our universities can resist instituting for all stu- lations man."

Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 They aren't just for Negro students America--share they are common his- At a meeting in Washington, D. C. on Sunday, May 19, at-
blacks and whites
dents since
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The schools at all levels have refused to teach Ne- tended by Rev. Ralph Abernathy, Chairman.of the Poor Peo-
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead tory. Because about their ple's Campaign, me, and sever 1 other persons, there was
the world of all are ignorant
from racial and national antagonism when it accords gro history, Americans races
uananimous agreement on a 14-point program for the June 19th
to every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human owu country's past.
and legal .. It was on the basis of these 14 points that I glad
rights. Mobilization.
Hating no man, fearing no man the Negro Fm convinced that part of the problems we face today are
Press strives to help every man in the firm belief that all men erased the Negro ly acceded to Rev Abernathy's request that I assume the post
hurt related to the school texts
are as long as anyone is held back. directly way of national coordinator of the Mobilization.
contribution to America.
and the land- Among these points were the following:.
people are always talking about the Pilgrims
Ie ditornteboolt ing of the Mayflower.But how many know that Negroes were in (1)) "Bayard Rustin will be National Coordinator for the one-

America long before the English? In fact, it is believed that a day Mobilization with full authority over It.He and Rev. Aber-

navigator in Columbus' little fleet that discoveredAmerica in nathy will have sole responsibility for relations with the press
1942 was a black man. '
Negroes were with the Spanish explorers who discoveredthe ((2)) "In addition to stating the broad objectives of the Poor

It's just too bad there has been much dissension reported Pacific Ocean, Mexico, South America, and the American: People's Campaign for guaranteed jobs and Income, the one-

from the Poor People's abode in Washington. The encampmentat West. Esteban, a black mm, was the first non-Indian to set day Mobilization will project specific, concrete demands. It
the foot of the Lincoln Memorial is said to be falling apart, foot on present-day Arizona and New Mexico.And he was just will be made clear that these demands do not represent the full

with fighting, cursing and snarling going on. A Washington the first great Negro explorer. Closer to our own day, Mitt program of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, ,"

newsman was beaten Just outside camp, arguments go on. Henson was the first explorer to reach the North Pole, althoughhe The official "Call" to the Mobilization, which containeda

Mutterings against the leader, Rev. Ralph Abernathy are reported doesn't figure in the history books which give all the creditto list of specific, concrete demands, was fully authorized by
because he seldom shows up at the camp. Other prom 1- t Admiral Peary. Nor dothetextbooks montionthat the first SCLC in telephone conversations I had both with Rev. Aber-

nent leaders in the march are Hosea Williams. The permit for settler in what is now Chicago, was a Negro, Jean Baptiste du nathy and with Rev. Andrew Young, Executive VicePresidentof
using Ressurrection city site expires on June 16, observers Sable. the SCLC.In .

grant an extension to June 23. Senator Charles Percy, a sup- From the way the newspapers play up the Negro fightingman light of these facts, I fail to understand the comments

porter of the Poor Peoples Campaign, said the campaign hasa in Vietnam(quite rightly too)you would think that Negroes that Rev. Williams is alleged to have made.

great potential for good and that italready has had a marked never fought in A merLa's other wars.But black men took partin My participation in the Mobilization was .. and continuesto

; impact on the country in dramatizing the problem of hun- every single war America ever fought. be -- based on the 14-point agreement approved by Rev.

ger.A. Crispus Attucks, a runaway slave, was the first casualty in Abernathy. This agreement, whose contents Rev. Abernathy
side effect of the campaign has been to demonstrate that what became the American Revolution, killed by a British will surely confirm, was designed to ensure broad, massive

we have a big job to do here at home and can't be expected to bullet in the Boston Massacre Black men fought at Lexington participation In an effective, nonviolent march.To .

carryon the kind of aid program that the rest of the world Concord, and Bunker Hill. They were with Ethan Allen's avoid further misunderstandings, and the confusion they

expects of us. think as soon as possible, when they have made Green Mountain Boys, and were among the Minutemen who re- create, I list here the 14 points of agreement:
their point, when we have had the dialog, they should leave. There will be of functions
And governmental
sponded to Paul Rever e' s famous midnight ride. they (1)) no disruption on
The liasion committee is going to hold hearings in Ressur- were at Washington's side at Valley Forge. the day of the Mobilization
rection City to let the residents present their demands. Rustin will be National Coordinator for the
About 200,000 Negroes fought in the Union Armies duringthe ((2)) Bayard one-
The Urban League is endeavoring to help the marchers cause Mobilization with full for it. and Aber-
Civil War, fighting their own freedom.Black units were day authority He Rev.
Sterling Tucker head of the Washington Urban League has been will have sole for relations with the
with Andrew Jackson in the Battle of New Orleans, with Teddy nathy responsibility press.
granted leave of absence so that he may succeed Bayard Rus- Roosevelt at San Juan Hill, and with Pershingin World War I. ((3)) The date of the Mobilization will be postponed to mid-
tin as National Coordinator of the climatic protest.
Benjamin Banneker, a famous Negro mathematician, was on June.
BISHOP CARROLL ELEVATEDBishop the Commission that drew up the plans for the city of Washington : ((4)) Bayard Rustin will have complete authority over staff

D. C., and the poems of Phillis Wheatley, a slave, were selection and management for the Moblization.
Coleman F. Carroll of the Roman Catholic Church
read and admired in America and London. Even the shoes on ((5)) Rev. Abernathy and Mr. Rustin will agree on a joint
has beca elevated in the office of archbishop of the Archdioceseof
our feet were nude possible by the invention of a shoe-lasting steering committee for the Mobilization.
Miami. The Archbishop, whose appointment was announcedon
machine by Jan Matzeliger, a black nun. ((6)) Rev. Abernathy and Mr. Rustin will agree on a financial
May 9, is 63 years old. The ceremony was held in st.Mary's .
Next time your kids come home from school and say they representative from the SCLC to the Mobilization
7525 NW Second A venue Thursday morning.
Archbishop Luigi Raimondi, the Pope's delegate conducted the learned that slaves were relatively content with their lot, tell ((7)) Mr. Rustin will have complete authority to select and
mass. your local school authorities to stop teaching lies. In little train marshalls for the Mobilization.

ways, like damaging machines and playing dumb, and in big ((8)) Participation In the Mobilization will be based on ad-

CONFIRMATION RITES GIVENOn ones, like the Nat Turner revolt and the nearly 250 other rec- herence to democracy, Integration, and nonviolent methods of

Sunday evening the Rt. Rev. James L. Duncan, D.D. ad- orded rebellions, Negroes resisted the slave system. The social change.
minister confirmation rites to candidates at the Church of the whole South was in terror of slave revolts, and even the defenders ((9)) The main program at the Washington Mobilization will

Incarnation. Following the service the mortgage on the church of slavery admitted that Negroes would take every opportunity be jointly cleared by Rev. Abernathy and Mr. Rustin.

was burned, and a reception was given at the church's community to run away or to fight for their freedom. ((10)) The secondary program of entertainment In Washingtonwill

center. In spite of pouring rain, it was well attended Very little of this finds its way into American classrooms, also be cleared by Rev. Abernathy and Mr. Rustin.
and enjoyed. Eighteen candidates were confirmed. but it should be taught. Negroes helped to build this country.Our ((11)) In addition to stating the broad objectives of the Poor

blood was shed in its wars, our sweat was shed in the un- People's campaign for guaranteed jobs and income, the one}
TWO NEGROES NAMED TO CHAMBER BOARDWe paid labor that its prosperity depended on,and our tears were day Mobilization will project specific, concrete demands. It

were pleased to seetwo Negroes,W, 0. Perry and Sonny shed in the countless brutalities of racism. For good or ill, will be made clear that these demands do not represent the

Wright, appointed to the new board of governors of the Greater the history of America is a history of the relations between full program of the Southern Christian Leadershp Conference.

Miami Chamber of Commerce I blacks and whites, and no amount falsified teaching or cen- ((12)) Bayard Rustin and his associate, Norman Hill, will re-

Mr. Perry, a florist, and Mr. Wright, real estate broker, sorship of the part can erase the glorious contributions of Ne- ceive no salary fromtheSCLC, which will be responsable only
were outstanding choices toserveonthe board.The new board groes to the American past -- and present. for their expenses.

of governors will serve as the executive governing body for ((13)) Bayard Rastin will have authority to set up local Mobi-

the new-look chamber which was recently revitalized under Phil OssoferLincoln lization committees throughout the country.

Alvah Chapman, Miami Herald general manager ((14) The national headquarters of the Moblllzatin will be at

217 West 125th Street, New York City.
SUMMER JOB FROGRAMS FOR YOUTH FAILINGWe said, in essence, before it is too late? I men- .
that as long as one nun was enslaved tioned return toGod.Thefirst
were disappointed to learn that thero ject of local busi-
no man was truly free, step, Ibelieve, is to Summer StudiesOn
under the National Alliance of Businessman's
nessmen pro
and Emerson said flU
you put recognize that any act which
gram, has failed to provide enough jobs for our youths this a chain around the neck of a discriminates against
summer. slave, the other end fastens itself otherwise restricts the human Urban UnrestThe
Robert Simms, director of the summer program for Dade around your own.'' Per- rights of any is
County, has said that only 590 jobs have been found in private haps both envisioned the trary to the person con-
Teachings of document
for the God. University of Miamihas study at UM will
industry The NAB's goal summer was 2,600 jobs events of today.
of these
though. teachings has been selected by the Depart- problems created by the racial
We seem to be fettered because
caused the
poison which today ment of Housing and Urban and ethnic mixture of whites,
With more than 12,000 students graduating from high school we have placed others in threatens De-
and tens of thousands of other young people coming home from fetters. Perhaps we are unknowingly This is our civilization. velopment as one of nine major Negroes and Cubans In Metro-
undoubtedly the
college for the summer, we would think private industry would playing God; for the est sickness grav- universities to conduct politan Miami and will explorethe

play a better role in meeting the needs of the Dade community. rights of man are Godgivenand The cure is infecting self. our age. summer studies on problems planning needed to improve
evident. If relating ,to urban unrest UM existing conditions.
not the prerogative of man ,
------------------------- recognize human rights as President of the study willbe
1 of his governments or of his being Henry King Stanford Director
God-given rights, all we announced. Dr. C1ydeC. Wooten,assistant
legislations.As .
ORDER I need do is to
determine in all The six-week for
long as man presists in study of the director of the UM
1 Miami Times I his habit of dec iding whetheror sincerity, to live by the scrip- psychosocial dynamics In Advanced InternationalS

1 6530 NW 15th Avenue I not others are entitled to tural admonitions of the Pro- Miami--beginning June 24 and and director of the

Miami, Florida 3317 their human rights we are going bor phets of God."Love thy neigh ending August 2-- will be con- Center's Research Institute.
as thyself. . (Lev. 19: ducted under $98,756 studying a variety
federal will be
to be in "We
1 I trouble. Until we "
18)) . Love one another contract. within
Enclosed please find the sum of $5\.00 Him return Hisprerogativeasthe to God, and return to as I have loved you... By this, Other universities partici- the unique of problems environment rising involving ,

to cover the cost of a one year subscriptionto True Giver of human rights shall all men know that ye are pating in similar projects are Miami's large com- I
My disciples, if have the i
the Miami Times. we shall continue to speed one to another."you love University of California at plement of Cuban refugeesand
down the road of hatred and 35.) 13:34-: Berkeley 1 the University of Negroes," said Dr. Wooten.
I I bigotry towards the ever- Chicago, the University of participating will be scho-
1 These are E
Paper To signposts
nearing abyss of chaos;chain will direct which Columbia University lars from universities else-
Address _____ ed to the same dark destiny to road to chaos us away from that the University of Illinois, where In the UnitedStates, as j
which we have chained our less and set us, free Massachusetts Institute of well as prominent persons
City -State. Zip Code-. fortunate fellowmen. the road the to fetters of bigotry, on Technology, New York Uni- within the Miami community,

L-------------------=_____! How do we get off this road dom of Heaven that Glorious on earth.King- versity The three.and Texas A&M. community agencies and UM
phase summer faculty members.



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One of the nation's leading mortgage executives has urged STAY DUT OF rafl'
businessmen to foster the ownership of Negro housing Ne-
groes and to channel urban renewal funds through Negro organizations I 4.YL
.The recommendations were made at the American
Management Association's June 3-5 meeting on Managing
for a Better America; Mobilization for Urban Action Pro-
grams" by Thonus F. Murray' vice president in charge of
mortgages for the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the U.S.'
Mr. Murray told the meeting that while much of the urban
renewal money has to come from outside community, "no
community development should be planned without full con-
sultation with the leaders of these community groups.He added
that with increased "ownership participation,"the American x '
Negro will rise to the challenge, will take renewed pride in
ownership, and will help create more favorable living condi-
tions in the distressed areas of our major cities." F !w DAY"t .1'

Mr. Murray discussed the insurance industry's$1 billion -
investment pledge toward improving core areas of major !
cities, and Equitable's$83 million share of that pledge, 70 per
cent of which has already been committed. He warned, how
ever, that "in our dealings with the minority groups, we have
got to limit our promises and maximize our accomplishments -
Among Equitable's largest commitments are$5 million eachin l Mf!' + 1 1I
the Bedford-Stuyvesant area of Brooklyn, in Detroit, and in
the Mlllbank-Frawley area of Harlem. Others include$4 mil-
lion In Camden, Union and Hudson counties of New Jersey and
$3 million in Philadelphia. While these loans are guaranteedby
the Federal Government, they represent money which could
have been invested elsewhere at a higher interest rate.
Mr Murray criticized the "relentless use of bulldozers to
level entire city blocks before a comprehensive plan for rebuilding -
had been established." He stated that if local people '- I iIctt.
had been consulted, "they would have advised urban plannersnot rP'WHAT : ,/
to tear down block after block in their city without havinga
place for the residents to move to in the meantime." MANNER OF MEN WOULD CONDEMN OUR YOUTH?
"In many cities, community organizations have spring up,"
Mr. Murray said, that are "vitally interested in their neigh- I I
borhoods and can be of extreme help guiding the redevelopment -
of their neighborhood." He cautioned, however, against '
factionalism among such groups and pointed out that "in one
PPORiu Nri Y
major midwest city there are no less than 16 comm mity organizations I LegalServices
seeking an active voice in the urban renewal of t

their" told his listeners that it is sometimes "nearly o' s : 'POLITICS '

impossible to resolve the militant conflicts" among these f\.J HV, : Leo Adderly,
groups regarding the time and form of urban renewal. But he Center Attorney BY NORMAN E. JONES
advised his audience"not to get frustrated" and stressedthe .....,.- .
need for "comminication, education and patience." WHY THE GOOD GUYS AND WHO ARE THESE ASSASSINS

American business's partnership with core city residents, VAGRANCY Hitler did not have one-millionth; as much going for him
Mr. Murray said, "must encompass three main objectives-- lf\ in Germany when he seized power on a lie accusing the "com
education, Jobs"and"' housing." He added; "All of the housingthat Unfortunately,the law has not always been able to keep pace munists" of setting fire to the reichstag as do the Nazi-Fas
money could provide would not help much if the residentshad with societal advances and change. A case /in point is the archaic cists, rightist, conservatives In America today.
no jobs to provide the rent money,and no number of available law which brands one a vagrant because (some mis- Who are the real assasins who murdered President Abra-
jobs would be of help if the workers were not trained to fortunate set of circumstances. In this age of"enlightenment"these ham Lincoln-President Wm. McKinley, the attempted assassination
perform on those jobs and could not hold them after they got laws brand one's economic status and/or physical co- of President Roosevelt in Miami, which shots killed instead -
them" dition as criminal. Moreover, in contrast to most criminal Mayor Cermak of Chicago, the attempted assasinationof

The ghetto resident, Mr. Murray said, "must be counseledand laws, which tightly define the criminal offense, vagrancy statutes President Harry Truman,the assasination of Presideny JohnF.
guided so that he can work out his own destiny--he doesn't and ordinances usually contain so many elastic, catch Kennedy, the dynamite murder of Mr. and Mrs. Harry T.
want it handed to him on a platter." He made three recom- all clauses, and are so vague and sweeping in their applicationas Moor in their home in Minis, Florida, the murders of four
mendations agreed to by leading Negro groups and the life insurance to fail every constitutional test. The accused is never pre- innocent little girls in the dynamite bombing of a church in
industry; sumed innocent, if he is from the lower.economic level of so Birmingham, Ala., the murder of NAACP Secretary Medger
ciety. Nor must there be proof that the accused intended to violate Evers in Jackson, Mississippi, the murder of civil rights
"Positive . to aid in the development and
encouragement. the law; or that the "crime' was committed against another worker in Philadelphia, Miss., Mrs. Viola Luizzo Lowndes
of business firms and Institutions" including
expansion Negro per son.Usually, the only proof necessary for convictionis County Alabama, Baltimore Postman John Moore in rural Alabama -
institutions and the full gamut of com
"stores, plants, savings" that the accused is poor. and, of course, the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther
mercial establishments.
Florida law classifies one as a vagrant if his status or con- King in Memphis, Tennessee and Senator Robert F. Kennedyin
Use of "the special knowledge of Negro concerns regarding dition falb within one of the foil owing categories, among Los Angeles, California
financial conditions within urban core areas" and channelingfunds others; ((1) Anyone who is without visible means of support; ((2)) While guns and bullets were not used by the assassins, the
through such concerns. Anyone who is without reasonably continuous employment or political assassinations of Paul Roberson,Congressman Adam
income Habitual loafers and ((4)) Habitualalcoho- Clayton Powell and world boxing champion Mohammed All
"Reinvestment of earnings to expand jobs, improve housingand regular ; (3) ;
provide community facilities and an end to "the with- lics. Clearly, these classifications single out one's status in were just as fatal and perhaps even more fiendish.
their condition and label them crimi Who are the assassins who perpetrate these and other fiend-
and/or physical
drawal ,of profits by business establishments operating in society ,
these areas." nal.Further,these laws prescribe a punishment for one's mis- ish murders? Not the individuals, known and unknown who pul-
fortune, or lack of fortune,as the case may be; and not for the led the triggers or tossed the dynamite; No,they were victimsas
Conceding that business must operate at a profit, Mr. commission of a wrongful act. well as their targets, acting in response to the "climate"
Murray said it has "a responsibility above and beyond strictly created by the "politico, economic" structure in America.
economic concern to solve the problems of our city core To illustrate further, the seasonal farm worker who sits Who are the guilty brought this "climate of murder and assassination -
areas." He urged cooperation "between business and labor, around during the off season could conceivably be charged as to the new world and who have nurtured this climate -
between black and white, between government at all levels a vagrant. Also, the unemployed person who sits on the "break through the centuries? Roughly about 75 percent of the
and business leaders" corner' daily for a job;the unemployed male who hangs around people wh o are now and who have ever lived in the United
neighborhood pool room, because cannot find a job; the per- States.
son who walks the blocks at night to escape the heat of his When were the fires ignited which has kept this "assassi-
apartment; and the town drunk all could conceivably charged nation and murder climate" Incubated?
under the typical vagrancy ordinance, or statute. These fires of assassination and murder were brought to
These laws are, also, used to harass certain individuals and these virgin shores by the first colonists from the old world;
LETTERS to EDITOR 1 groups who are not members of the class,but seek to aid them These fires of hate were immediately kindled and fuel contin-

_, . A notable example of this was the police treatment of the late uously piled on until today every single person ever to live in
: ,
!' _.. Dr. King in Montgomery. the Unites States has had their brains seared by the heat and
In spite of the fact that these laws are so vague in scope, poisonus fumes from these "fires of hate," whose intensityis
and narrow in their application, they have withstood repeated
ever increasing and the
coverage complete as sky.
SAY NOTHING STOPPED attacks in the lower couts.

A few courts, however, have overruled vagrancy convictions
you answer a question for me? Why is it that when under narrowly defined circumstances, as in the case of a
Martin Luther King, was shot everything stopped, the flags person who was found to be vagrant in the City of Miami because Yourifr
were at half-mask, all sports stopped, and now that Kennedy, he could not give a "satisfactory account" of himself;
has been shot, the same thing happens. Myquestion is why was and where a young man was sitting on a bus bench early one TO
none of this done when Governor Wallace,died she wasn't even morning in the southwest section of the County, was convictedof PROFITS
on National TV, Washington didn't fly the flag at half mast vagrancy, to-wit "wandering and strolling from place to COULD BE ADVERTISING 1
This was the only lady governor, in fifty states, she had beena place." The court noted in the bus bench case that "the bench YOUR
very good governor, and a great mother at the same time. where he sat was made for sitting and he was using it for that .,.,BUSINESS IN
Since when is a civil rights leader or a Senator more impor- purpose in the precise place where the bench had been plac- hi ; r,1w.h -. I
tant than a great governor.P. ed" and, therefore,could not possibly be considered a vagrant .l1I Hn.l IJ.lf
S. Federal employes in Alabama were not given time off The constitutional attack upon the Florida vagrancy statute, CALLUS TODAY!
to attend her burial services 8 to 5 you won't print this. has never been put squarely before the United States Supreme

Court Therefore, the law has not, yet, been held unconstitu- 6530 NW 15 Ave
Roy Price tional. WhenthequestionispresentedtotheHighCourt, the law
4605 Peachtree Circle E, must be held unconstitutional, if not repealed by the state leg- 6910421THE
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Miami Times Society Editor r"T
, After a two week stay in Palm Springs Hospital Juanita John- -----.
son is recuperating at home. The community of Richmond Heights take pride inwelcoming
Maybelle Jarrett, Ann Jarrett and Juanita Wood are enjoy- home those students who have been away this past year
\ jog a vacation with a foreign flavor in Nassau. studying at various colleges and universities.

\i Friends of Agnes Clark are sending "get well" wishes to '. ,< it Hargroove, Susan Shedd, pamala Brown
i Cedars of Lwbanon Hospital where she has been a patient since .{- '\' 7 ;1 Twila panuia
; ... Howard Joycelyn Gray Jewel
) 7 ",..' 'it."" Young, Carolyn Armstrong
Saturday, June 8. ;,;I1frI Josephine Halloway,Gwendolyn Ross
< I.f f"; Gwen Armstrong, andM!
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity entertained their families with t,
I beach party at Virginia Beach on Saturday. The Pole march : : Crawford.
< ,: q. ;. _.., _. smiles, and forever goes out
"' --- "- Welcome ever sighing. Wel-
< Herbert Ammons.
''a Bowens, the son coming speed the going guest.To the
Mr. Johnny come the many gradm.
It was a party at poolside for members of the MRS Club on
and Mrs. James Bow- of the class of nineteen hundred
a Saturday at the home of Mr.and Mrs.A. D. (Eleanor) Moore. 1aef1tlAt of Mr. ting seniors sixty-eight We
I Houseguesting with her sister, Emma Jane Waldon is Geor- ens Hialeah, graduated from salute you and call upon you to never be satisfied with medio-
Dillard University, May 27.He crity. Let excellence be your goal. March on.
gia Gardiner, retired teacher of Tallahassee. Mr. and Mrs. Roderick
received his degree in The love of study, a passion which derives
The Study great
I Progressive Links will present Fashion Fantasia on Richard Silva of Miami, an-
I Sunday, June 16, at Bonded Collection Community' Building. nounce the engagement of their Sociology and pans to continuehis vigor from enjoyment, supplies each day, each hour, with a
t ; Antonia De jar Is and Howard Vaughn Gary were married daughter, Miss JolitaAlice education career perpetual round of independent and rational pleasures,
was honored with post- Education . The more purely Intellectual aim of education
c j Saturday, June 8, in Holy Redeemer Catholic Church. McCray, also the daughter of -
t It's another award for City Commissioner M. Athalie Range, the late Joseph William Mc- graduation partyatthehomeofhis should be the endeavor to make us see and imagine the
aunt, Mrs. Estella M.Wil- world In an objective manner as far as possible as it
really is
i presented at Florida A&M University's commencement. Her Cray, Sr., of Pensacola, Fla.,
y daughter, Myrna Lee was there to witness the ceremonies. to John Wesley Mitchell, Sr. liams, June 6. tesville in itself, and not merely through destorting medium of personal -
to ,
l Merle Powell is at home awaiting Sir Stork after a stay la of Waycross, Georgia. Miss James flew up desires.
Ohio to accompany his aunt Necessity is always the first stimulus
Germany and Kansas City. McCray is a graduate of Stan- Necessity. . to Industry -
It was down memory lane for Edna M DeVeaux, who's back ton High School, Jacksonville, home via car, after she com- and those who conduct It with prudence, perserverance,
at her Coconut Grove home after a visit to her old FA MU cam and Spelman College, Atlanta, pleted one years worfcas and energy will rarely fail. Viewed in this light, the neces
pus in Tallahassee for her class reunion.It's Georgia, class of 1967. The Teacher Corps 'i'eam Leader, sity of labor is not a chastisement, but a blessing, the very
a girl for the Cleophas Allgoods, (Patricia), Celeste groom is a graduate of More- directed by the University of root and spring of all that we call progress in individuals and .,
4 Patricia weighed in at four pounds, 9 1/2 ounces at Cedars of house College, Atlanta, Ga., Ohio. civilization nations
L e b anon. Congra tulati ons 1 class of 1965. Of nine children, Johnny is Influence . .He who wishes to exert a useful influence must
Congratulations to George E. Rolle, I, who The wedding will be August the first one of the family to be careful to insult nothing. Let him not be troubled by what
; received a master's degree counseling 10th at the Second Baptist have this honor. He left on the seems absurd, but concentrate his energies to the creation of
k and guidance from the University of Miami 4 I'Mrx Church, Jacksonville. 7th for a summer job at the what is good. He must not demolish, but build. He must raise

School of Education on June 5, 1968. Grand Canyons. temples where mankind may come and partake of the purest
George plans to work in Louisianna as an r pleasures. "
: assistant director and counselor in the fall., i Wilbur Brassfield, who worked with Schenley Distributorshere Opportunity . Great opportunities come to all, but many f
He lives with his wife Marie, a daughter, before moving to Memphis, Tennessee three years ago, do not know they have met them. The only preparation to take
Deborah and a son George n, at 2930 NW: is in the cityvisiting with friends and relatives. Brassfield is advantage of them, is simple fidelity to what each day brings. }
51 Terrace. j still with Schenley and is the only Negro liquor salesman in Responsibility . Responsibility educates. Every.human !
Y The___ Rev.. Sylvester! n.A Cousin has been I_f-__ -__ Tennessee. His friends can write him at 930 S. Wellington, being has a work to carry on within, duties to perform abroad, !
elevated to presiding elder of the Miami DisROLLE Memphis, Term. 38126. Apt. 23. influences to exert, which are peculiarly his, and which no I
trict of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. We welcometo Mr. and Mrs. George Wiley will celebrate their first Wed- conscience but his own can teach. i
our city the Rev. Timothy S. Johnson, formerly pastor of ding Anniversary, June 16, she is the former Luticha Perpall. Mrs. Herbert (Edna) Ammons jetted to Kentucky to attend t
Payne Chapel West Palm Beach who will replace Rev. Cou- Florida A&M University representatives at the Governors her 20th Class Reunion at Kentucky State College in Frank
sin as pastor of Greater Bethel A ME Church. Planning Conference at Sheraton-4 Embassadors Hotel last fort. She reports having spent a wonderful time with class.

Greater'Miami's reorganized chamber of commerce chose week were: Dr. George W. Gore, Mr. Robert Smith. Mr. mates and friends.
two of our community leaders to serve on the board of gover- Everett P. Blake, Mr. E. L.Clarke, Mr. Everett Fleming, ProC While there she and others were entertained by faculty
nors n W. O. Perry and Sonny Wright. Congratulations! B. Owens and Mr. L. B. Johnson. members Mrs. Minnie Hitch, and Mr. and Mrs. Archie Sur. ;
Wedding bells range for Debra Delores Perry and John Pope, Miss Vashtie Ashley of NYC attended the International Convention rett, at their homes. :
Jr. on Wednesday June 12, at St. Mary's Cathedral.Get American Federation of State, County and Municipal A classmate Addle Collins had dinner andchit-cbatat her
well wishes to Lillian Eve Sawyer at Mt. Sinai; Rudolph Employees at the Americana Hotel,June2-8.While in the city home in the city of Frankfort.
Murray at North Miami General; Eddie Lee Lowery at North she visited her brothers, Mr. John and Chalmers Ashley and Lawns in Area No.2, Lincoln Buchanan will be judge ;
I Shore Hospital; Jean Watson at home. families of Goulds, and sister Mrs. Grady Lee Dinkins. ed Sunday, June 16. Be sure that your lawn is well groomed,
St. Veronica's Chapter EC W St.Agnes Church invites you to front__ ___ as__ well n _n as__ back_.
i attend its Annual Spring Fashion Tea at the Parish Hall on
Sunday, June 10, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Mrs. Raymond Heastie, CLUB NEWS

\I chairman and Mrs. Mae Thurston, president. The Sweetheart of Roses Laity's OFFERS FREE CHARM CLASSES
To all members of Ixora Neighborhood Association, Girl Club selected Mrs. Clara
Scouts USA; Thank you for the magnificent plaque and pin. It Love, Nancy Tripp Green, ) )".
touches me deeply to be so honored. shall include this beau- Lessie Love, Mary Molton and !
tiful plaque and diamond pin in my valuable possessions as a Mrs. Marie Price to repre- I
common heritage handed to me by volunteers of this great or- sent the club at the State Fed-
ganization. I accept with gratitude and a deep sense of humil eration of Colored Women's s w
ity. I realize, however, that team spirit, hard work and the Club in West Palm Beach.
loyalty and personal sacrifices of my Girl Scout volunteers
: have made this recognition possible. I consider this honor as The Jolly Friends Civic and
one in a representative capacity to be shared with all Girl Social Club wish to thank all
Scouts. of the many friends who braved -
I am grateful, indeed, for the high measure of understanding the rain and came to their .l.lI
and support which has been given me these eight years as Annual Sip. The Club will meetat I l1
your Neighborhood Chairman. the homo of the president, .
Jetting isftrom Nassau for her daughter's Northwestern High Mrs. Wood on Saturday, June
graduation was Mrs.Ruth Clarke. Mrs.Ariline Bodie made the 15, at 830. Business of impor ,
trip to witness her granddaughter's(Annie Wright)graduation.Here tance. r wb
from Thomasville Ga. for the graduation of her grand- Mae Wood, president.
daughter Annie L. Branham are Mrs. Lillie Williams her
daughter, Mrs. Alberta Anderson. They are houseguests of Direct WigImporters
Mrs. Mary E, Branham, 7139 NW 16th Ave.
The American Association of University Women, Miami
Branch will hold Its Luncheon Meeting June 15, 12:00 noon
,I at Jordan Marsh dad e 1 a n d. Featured speaker Is Juanita 100%

Green. 'F'p.....
Mrs Kate S. Dean Jetted to Compton, California, and the European ... \,
high school graduation of her granddaughter, Elizabeth Kate

Jackson. _J
After being hospitalized for two weeks, Doretha Payne is HUMAN

recuperating at home. Proudly showing fabulous fashions from Lory's (Edison/ Center) is this
Dr. J. K. Johnson, Sr. attended his 25th class reunion at HAIR group of lovely/ ladies from Coral Gables High School. All are recent graduates
Meharry Medical College in Nashville last week. THE of Lory's Free Charm Class.

Sunday is Father's Day WORLD'S! Dee Dee Lory's cordial
FINEST nLrnCd' Fashion Coordinator extends a invt
tot ion to all
WHAT IS A FATHER? GRADE'ALL youthful County Youth to register now for classes/ designed to
,job seekers make a good impression when applying for employment.

A father is wisdom, love and understanding;

he is the firm voice, REG. ,: Our FABULOUS FALL FASHIONS are in . Come in and see the
the helping hand in time of trouble.He $89.95 beauties.
is the family's'trust' and hope, NOW '
its guard and guide
the strength of its Ideals.A SUMMER Open 9 to 9 3.10hORU'S
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TO OUR DAD.- Henry E. S. Reeves .
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1 IYW Summer Music i ProgramThe ; I

A ;
T4 Summer Music Pro Advanced Concert Band,

gram at the Booker T. Wash- Dance Band, Marching Band
ington Junior High School will Techniques, Strings and String
kick off on Monday morning, Ensemble.
June 17, at 8 o'clock. The of- The Instructor, Director and
ferings will consist of Begin Counselor will be Mr. Timothy -

ners Band intermediate Band, 0, Savage.

Miami Times Theatrical Editor
693-4211 PLAYING!!,
LITTLE S RED BOOK: Opa-Iocka's: Mt. Hermon's pas jr .DRIVE-IN
tor RevS_'Gay after abOUt" IflVPars- nf faithful service 8100N.W. 7TH AVE.
preached'ilLs'first s er m ;n at his new" St.

James AME pastorate in Liberty City last ($. Elvis i is kissin'cousins .
Sabbath . Rev. F. E. Sneed of St. James ,F> ,

was transferred to Payne MemorialChapelin ; again and even ." 5
West Palm Beach replacing Rev. John1 1 k "
son, who is now relieving Rev. S. A.Cousinat some perfect'strangers : i
Greater Bethel AME In Miami. . Rev. : !
Cousin 'tho he missed the Bishopric during :
the General Election is now Presiding El-

der of the District .The changes were ..;j MGM 't .
the usual .
J'' political pot pourri.
r ? f
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Iva Baptiste passed in her Coconut
}* Grove home last Sunday ayem .. James Barnes was rushed
'' to Jackson Memorial Monday with a stroke to the brain after PRESLEY I t.tUTY -
suffering a slight hemorrhage.. .Ruth Wright back from Nas :
sau's Bay Street strip. ..Ditto Aubrey Fernandez, whose sister BURGESS MEREDITH-JOAN BLDN ElL .
; and brotherinlaw, the Calvh((Almaria) Pinders in tow to m// 't 1DhIJ ., '
see their son Anthony graduate from Edison senior high . JURADO THOMAS GOMEZ <, ....
Mr. and Mrs. Ellihue Givens/ of Richmond Heights
I Agnes Jarrett-Clark's bedded Illness Cedars of Lebanon last
Friday prevented her from witnessing the graduation of her announce the engagement of their daughter, Ginger (
Angenita/ to Mr. Stanley' Neal, son of Air. and Mrs. JamesT. : .
son Michael Hezekiah from Northwestern June 11.
Neal of Alexandria, Virginia.
SALT WATER TAFFY: Marian Pearson's sister Annie Ruth
of School and
Ginger was a graduate Mays High is
Chisolm and her brood of six down from New Smyrna Dun- -
now a microbiology major at Howard University in Wash MG.M I" ''''
bar elementary's Helping Teacher Laura Bethel bedded at
ington, D. C. where she will enter her junior year as an .
.? Jackson Memorial. ..But Dunbar's Reading Teacher Frances ut
honor student in September. :
s McNeil discovered that the battery in her parked'63 Thunderbird and VietNam 4R
Stanley, formerly an Air Force sergeant
was thefted Monday (June 10))when she left the classroom ,
1,1 veteran, will start his lastyear of business college/ a"tk.o '
: and attempted to start her chariot. .. Saint Veronica's chap- in the fall./ ;''.''.. UJUt\.,'
ter of Saint Agnes will hold its annual Tea Sunday (June 16)) in The wedding will take place the last of August in 1ft.. NAVISI ''lid MIT1I6 OLOII ' '7 1
the Cathedral's parish hall. Mae Thurston is president of the Washington. The reception will be held in Miami.
+ guild.
THE WEEK'S WASH: West Dunbar elementary's DorothyLee RE-UNION BALL
Heild and Nolan Saunders will walk up the middle-aisle of The Mays' Alumni Associa-
i St. Peter's American Catholic Cathedral June 30 at the tion presents their annual Re-

ayem . Mrs Ida Hudson's daughter Gladys a Miami Jack- Union Ball at the Island Club,
r son senior high grad was awarded a 4.year scholarship at the 1000 NW 2nd Avenue on Wednesday
University of Miami . What ever happened to the Charles June 19th from 10 p.m.
Lockhart Metro commission bid so much in evidence prior to until. Music will be furnishedby
{ the recent elections? We feel he had a 70-30( chance to becomea W. C. Baker and the Cooperators RDJNE'S:
winner (tsk tsk).?The late Nat (King) Cole's cherub Carol featuring Little I
; Cole has been signed by Columbia'pix for a role in "The. Model Cora. Donation:Advance$1.50
. I Shop" at door 175. Everybody is

, t ,i welcome.
.' STUFF AND SUCH: The Edward (Muriel) Crumpa and son -
of Gary, Indiana are housequesting with Mrs Crump's mother NEW
Mrs Margaret Culmer and family .. Mrs. Johnnie Mae Wil Ut'
l son's lassie Carolyn was awarded a trophy from Robert E. Leer RTNITY
Junior-senior high for 8 years of perfectand unblemished at mmm
.,: tendance . Dunbar principal and Mrs. Nelson L. Adams'
J r t ,; cutie Scevia Adams-Holland was initiated Tuskegee lastit ill 10
t\t\ tute's National Educational Honor Society-: Lambda Delta Chapter
1 : of Kappa Delta Pi . Jean Parks-Lattimore's son Amos
) J,: Jr received his award from Drew Junior High in mathematics.

) 4(t
(;" SWEETS TREATS: Fish U senior Francena Culmer(daughter
) 1; : of Mrs John E. Culmer and the late Archdeacon John E.

,i Culmer) along with the Charles (Mary) Hudson's daughter .
Carol of Barry College will serve as counselors for the "Up-
ward Bound" at the University Miami this summer. .. And
\ John Culmer Jr (a Northwestern senior high grad of '68)) has
II 1,< been assigned a counselor at Camp Wingman for the summer '1 .
:\ shoving off Thursday . Former Miamian Hazel Symonette i

!: (now of NYC) a'68 Central State University grad has been jE G) ;,
) awarded a renewable $5000 Danforth Foundation grant to study 1 .
) for a master's degree in psychology at the University of Wis ""1'!'
) cousin She's the daughter of Al Symonette and Louise Symo MODEL 11P50X WITH ..

) nette-Fincher. PRIVATE LISTENING .r.
) MIAMI MUSINGS: Greater Israel Bethel Primitive Baptist's EARPHONE
) "Youth Day" program held June 9 netted a neat $200 In its
) coffers . Graduating in the Da de Broward Nursing Class $5.00 S
) last Tuesday night were Eva Mae Grace, Bessie W. Ervin, starts .
) Georgia Saunders, Ruby Lee Lane and LeathaDutin. . Have ..' '
) you ever seen Metro sleuth Robert Jones without tha facial DOWNCall
grin? That pleasant smile has followed him thru high school, ". ; ,
). an army stint, top-notch photographer,ace musician (saxist)
) and oak leader, Into the Metro sheriffs ranks . I've never 751-5629 today! ,' :
) seen Hazel Sanders' hubby Thomas L.SandersEOPI-Liberty ,
) City)when he wasn't nattily attired. NO CREDIT

CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Robert E. Lee Junior high's
) student council prez Cheryl Smith received 8 awards(one from
) the American Legion) at her school last week. . City of Miami
) sleuthArchie McKay Sr's (MCPBA prexy) son Archie Jr : a 3-day extravaganza of savings .
) holder of two prized awards. One, a School Letter in music *
) (Band) and one In gymnastics at Carol City senior high.Young FURNITURE i in every store on every floor. .
) McKay is a Junior student . The Willie (Laura) Grahams APPLIANCES "
motored to Tallahassee last weekend to be at the bedside of STEREOS bring credit card >
your ,
) Laura's father Ivory Vaughn, hospitalized at Florida A&M .
) University hospital with a stroke.. The Cecil (Carrie) Moses '
and be here !
) honored their daughter Linda Gail with a party as she entered early ,-::' .. .,.
) the teenager rank June 4, The 13th birthday festivities were W.T./ WELLS .. '', .

) held June 8 . That's it brother, from your one-man-news- COMPANY .', .... .:'
racket but who
paper who knows everybody and everybody's ,
) wants to record that Mesdames MarionGrace)Robinson,Es- 45 N. W. 54th Street

) telle Mitchell and Dutchie Robinson attended the graduation of Miami, Florida 33127 .
) their daughter, niece and granddaughter Jacqueline Robinson I ,. ,
In Tennessee last week 'C ; ,;
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; { 8 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, June 14, 1968

: Auditions Begin For Stars Over

I MR. WALTERS Presents I Miami:, Blue Notes To Appear
The first In a trio ot"'Stazs
FRI-SAT-SUN I Over Miami' youth amateur
II I contests opening June 21 at
THE Manor Park, 1300
NW 50th st.,
CONTINENTAL CLUB w !Mc will include appearance of the
FAMOUS Blue Notes, popular nine.
member entertaiment
I' NW 60th St. & 7th Ave. currently theNewport group
Singers, dancers, actors
+ and entertainers from nine to
,18 years of age can apply and
audition to compete in the con-
tests at Manor Park; Vlrrick
SHAY* lM 3T.IXMTHM !N!!) Now Park, June 24; or Dixie Park,
LIB June 26.

CITY Showing Pre-auditions will be held at
10 a.m. Thursday(June 13))at
I. 'INTRODUCING!!!! Rune Northwestern Senior High,
First Miami
Brownsville, B.T.W. Washington


,- ..... -- .. l We e k 1 v winners will be
. seen on WTHS-TV, Channel,
' .
,, )' g: :; f and in
I .: .::, : appear August finals at
JOEY GILMORE AND THE ;: S Rte. Miami Stadium.

Dynamic Mark II's Bi| 'Id; all The expense finalist trip will to receive New York an

*' City for an appearance on Ted
I :'. 'FREE MATINEE SUNDAY 6 TO 8''4\; I f Mack Amateur Hour, and all
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contestants will
J receive
Ji .. Q ,prizes.
i i' C Every Monday Nile yq Arthur Evans and Richard

Strachan will supervise audi-
l' CELEBRITY NITE TWO BIG BANDS tions at Northwestern;
Timothy Savage, Mrs. Mabel
I FREE FOR ALL OPEN HOUSE -r" Dorsett and CassandriaHanna
T at B. T. Washington; Charles
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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday.. JI1 1968 L ,_9White \

Le.....MD1Iif! aa t r Agaat

The annual Membership ed by Mrs. Maude K. Reid, to inform as many persons as
I drive of the Greater Miami president, Board of Directorsand man.Mr.. Williams said that the possible of the Urban League's O
Urban League is continu- Mr. David J. Williams, League will sign 2,000 new purpose and Programs. The
ing through June, as announc- membership CampaignChair- members this year in an effort ,Urban League is a National

Organization dedicated to
in: 4 'wlr Rr providing the means for mi- A 11
v kS nority group people achieve uJ BY DAVE BONDU

good jobs, decent housing,

good education and family folks ...Black folks. . take need to my plea. If A you
wellbeing.The are a business man, owner of a factory,airline, or any other
National Urban League type is the time to start employing youth who
director is Whitney M.Young, are out of school. Let's face the issue squarely: When you
Jr., whose national column ap- make a huge profit, Uncle Sugar is gonna sweeten thepot at
pears each week in this news- IRS unless you pay it out!alaries,so why not give it to some
4 r paper. young man or woman who is.trying to better himself. You both
Pictured above are staff win in the end. The biggest thing in these teen's lives is a Job

w.. members of "Operation and independence for their clothes, food, spending money,and
( Equality," one of the many Ur- in the because
you really get it back from the people long run
I" ban League programs."Oper this money flows right b a c k into your community,anyway.
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'' 1>; ,,., t' fJ.. ation is
. < Equality" a housing
", These youth want to show the adults that they can do a job as
.._ . ,;iIt'':;'" project that is designed to help well as they can if given the slightest chance. They may not
.. minority group members find have the experience as the old heads,but that much the better
,, --::. ,""lllt"t ,, ..... better housing at a price they 'train them in the want Job
.:.. ... \ oa.-.'.!. " e. because you can way you your
can afford to pay. Listings of done. This is mainly to the White folks, because you are the
.-1t'r.' ..' apartments and h o u s e s are for these And notice -
::. je. ones who have these type Jobs youth. please
;S,;, ...t. compiled from voluntary I did not say White kids, Black kids, Yellow kids, or Red
..,.. ... f#:: :' sources on an open-housing kids ..I said youth.Any youth. You can help make this a.better -
1Ir.t1, \".".;I. .... .JJIi If-> ..'.:.' if'; '""-. basis Applicants may apply town with just one Job if that is all you have to offer. Call
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"' for this service which is
, : free,
....- .,:( . .JIII'C your EOPI, HAPPY, YMCA, YWCA, or Florida State Employ
-> ''' : at any one of the four local offices -
"\ ),:.; \.l. } .' ment Service.
\ at2338 All Baba A venue
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.. -- ..,......_, ,joI ,;- 6740 NW 15th Avenue
'"" -" --- 536 SW
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For years now, we have been talking about the gun law. Intact
"Operation Equality" staff, nator, Mrs. Peggy Johnson,, Mr. Clifford Straus and Mr. 12th Ave., and 3378 Douglas since that Christmas time when Everett Butler and"Flossie"
pictured left to right are Miss Earl McCloud, and Miss Road. Each office is staffed
Mrs. Marilyn SalmonMrs, were killed approximately 10 years ago. Folks
I Diane Reed, Mr. John Papan- I Johnnie Mae Robinson, and with clients. laughed at me and said I was nuts,because guns were not that
drew, Mr. Stafford Sweeting, Hendrlca Borden, and Mrs I new staff members Mrs.Ralph Membership in the Urban bad in Dade County. Then Mrs. Range tried to help strengthenthe
Miss Florene Jones, Coordi- Inez. Gouge. Not pictured are I Ross and Mr. Richard Love. League begins at $1.00 and up gun laws, and she was not supported. Ralph Renick gave

some very good strong points in helping with the idea, but not
one thing ever came of it. Well, since that time we have lost
John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King,Robert Kennedy teen-
MIMISTADIUM lIp age high school girl named Lipscomb and a teacher is Just recuperating -

I : M. and a young man is still in the hospital fighting for
his life after being in the wrong place at the wrong time in a
school corridor. When you say school is th wron" place at the
JUNEI. wrong time . that is saying a mouthfull. Who Aspects an an-
.. .
.o.r..o..w.. co.. ,MOr MIAMI FLA. gry student to come blasting out of a school ram? These are
.rem ...o., $.4.... Just a few of the people who have been murdered or seriously
Muo.r uo. uK
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wounded by guns since I mentioned It years ago. I should not
Ott IAI STUDENTS ADVANCE $2.00AT DOOR $2.50 have left off the young man who was driving his truck tryingto
*"' make living for his family who was shot by a sniper on one
" ADVANCE $3.00--AT DOOR $3.50"j
;7&3 GENERAL ADMISSION of our main streets. He is still bedridden and this happened
HARLEM DISCOUNT DRUG STORE NW 7th AYE. & 49th STREET vy* *" months ago. This is something to think about! You are not safe

Tickets on Sale at BAND BOX BARBER SHOP-ECONOMY DRUG STORES-UNITED RECORD SHOP in your own automobile riding down the street attending to
BOX OFFICE STADIUM-RICHMOND DRUGS, Richmond HeightsTWEb4NEAioJRET your own business, not to mention in your own home as the
Deacon who was coming home,from Chuch a few weeks ago,
who was slain when he surprised a burgler in his own home.It .
: is high time for an effective gun law that will take the guns
out of the hands of irresponsible people. The best gun'law in
the world, to my mind, is the British law. Not even the policemen -
carry guns. They use "Billy clubs.: It is an offense pun-
ishable by a straight two year imprisonment caught with
one, and if a tourist goes into the island with one in his lug-
gage or on his person, it is confiscated until he leaves. I knowit
is impossible to take away all of the guns that are loose In
this country, but if the fines are stiff enought, we will get rid
of them permanently. Write your congressman and supportthis
idea of stronger gun laws,and see how many lives we may
save. I asked you to do this ten years ago, and lam asking you
again. Our country has been defiled enough by this unwonton
killing. Now let's get together and do our part in trying to stopit

wM.r< ,;r-r ; having a fashion show, tea and entertainment at Bonded Social
Center on 7th Avenue and 41st Street Sunday from 4 to 6 p.m.
They feature creative designs and fashions by Lory's,
Burdines and National Shirt Shops. Mrs. Juanita Johnson is
head of this group, and I am sure you will enjoy the afternoon
. Jeff Addams, Medina Carney and,the Four N.otes.are ap-
pearing at the F our Kings Hotel on Biscayne Boulevard. A
swinging t I m e is had by all . Hear tell that Chris Callo-
way, niece of Blanche and daughter of the great Cab calloway
and Nuffy, is getting married June 16 at their spacious White '
Plains Home. Hubby-to-be Is South African Hugh Masakela,one
JO JOBENSON of the finest trumpeters in the business. We wish them much
happiness . Southern Farm Market's first anniversary(one
month) at their new location on .62nd Street between 21st and
E t 22 Avenue. They were for years at 20th Street and 6th Avenue
I ...x "SWEET SOUL. .MUSIC" "i until the expressway moved them In our area. We are happyto
i "LOVER'S HOLIDAY" have them out here nearby cause we were tired of traveling
1 "FUNKY STREET" /' r all the way downtown to get their fresh, good meats . The
Blue notes will be the first stars to participate in the "Star
Over Miami" series that is planned for the City's Manor Park
', June 21. Amateurs from nine to 18 must get their application
> in for this summer long contest for a trip to New York and an

4' appearance on the Ted Mack Amateur Hour. Applications are
available at schools, EOPI, YMCA, YWCA,and Happy Centers
9 . Speaking of Happy centers, there are four open now, so
you kids get to getting' where the action is. Ping pong tables,
,pool tables, all kinds of games,and soon to come are the bas-
; ketball and volleyball courts. The little ones will have swings,
r sliding boards,and lots of goodies,too.. Fellows, you'd bet-
ter watch out, these girls are going to beat you at that gameof
pool. It; is really getting to be a ladies game. Mayme has
been playing for years.But the fellows in the poolrooms alwayssay

"that's no lady, that's Mrs. Bondu" . Will somebody
naav uorr please tell the Indians that they can stop fcelr rain dance now.
I Enough! They have a swimming class for kids in the City parks
m'tHUR this summer. U it keeps raining they will have to teach our
ONL ,. + .. pedestrians and tourists how to swim too, to keep all of us
.. **pl *m from drowning. That's it for this week. Till the next one. .


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10 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday June 14 1968
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I'fj. /J !. On The Scene With Miami Youth.{ '.', ..: ;" '".."."\ '.'' -I;

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H. "h. USO To Celebrate

The .. . ', .,.' r + I of New opening-I

,w "Fountain of V
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Happening '. .:. tiKf
The Youth Council of the these young people for the
Fund Leadership work-a-day
United world
By Garth C. Reeves, Jr. 1 to finalize
Training met Saturday The main speaker will be the
1 plans for their culmina- Reverend Rudolph Matthews of
First I would like to let all of my readers know that I would I I ting affair, which being held Bethune Cookman College
gladly accept and print any announcements or events taking I I at the Dupont Plaza, June 14, Daytona Beach, other local
place Involving the youth around Miami. I I, The theme of the affair is, leaders and businessmen will
* * * * * the Fountain of Youth. Its intent be there as platform guests
And now that summer time is here, what will we do with our is to expose as many of The affair promises to en-
free, time now that our eight-hour a day Job with the Dade 1 our local leaders to these chant these young people with
County School System has come to an end?Well, for the younger t I 1 young people as possible an atmosphere of wholesomeand
kids I really feel that Metro'is doing their part as we wit- *r I i The aim of the program has cultural entertainment,
ness the building of several parks in the badly neglected areas I i been to provide leadership
The older teenagers have a new hangout at the old Food Fair I! training for young people between -
building op 62nd between 10th.and 11th avenues ;t the ages of 16-20.Hope-
I 1
Most kids feel that U there is no party on Friday and Satur- fully, through such program, Billiard LeagueA
day night, nothing is happening. Well that is not true, plenty Is _ I' leadership qualities such as
happening. Few of us go,but there are other nice places wherewe I i character, self aquareness, Billiard County wide League .
can go and enjoy ourselves. Places like the Image, the I i and functional operational has been formed under the
Place and the World where every weekend they have live bands I skills in interest areas will be Summer Youth Opportunity
that play as loud as you like and lights that go as low as you I, developed, thereby, enabling Program.

like.Of participants to become fused Daily League play is now go-
course, these hangouts are not your usual bag but it is I into the various public and private ing on In Opa-locka, Browns
nice to sacks and then for the surprising r F r I
change every now ", ville
-_....: WOrK program. Liberty City, Central
difference in atmosphere. These teenage discoteques very I As of this Miami South Miami
an outgrowth program ,Coconut
nice and the admission* *fees* *are* *those* *we* *can afford. | Sod Satw <01/ the WeekOur I IA I it is expected that these Grove, Perrine, Goulds and
I youths will seek meaningful Homestead, Monday through
to the Deltas a seventy-nine excellent
Congratulations on will
selections. Their girls were beautiful in their white gowns. soul sister of the week, Ruth Elyse Stubbs, daughter of employment or they be Saturday
* * * * * * Mr. and Mrs. Cecil A, Murray Is a'68 graduate of Miami further motivated to continue Competition is open to
Young society also mourned the assassination of Bobby Ken Jackson High, Her hobbies are singing, modern dance, sewing, their educational pursuits at males age 16 years and over,
nedy. Around Miami and on television I saw many kids breaking and reading. Ruth will attend the University of Miami on a schol. appropriate institutions.This For further information
affair marks the end contact local pool estab-
arship this fall
down In sobs as they heard the news or while viewing the .. ..
... --::. 'J of an initial 12-week training lishment or Mr. RoderickSilva -
body. The assassin was twenty-four, the victim forty-two ,0 .
At Vice President Humphrey's request, a bus load of Ne- program which has prepared! .. at 377-5540. -.
gro students went to visit him during his recent speech at the
Deauville Hotel on Miami Beach. Jack & Jill Annual Teenage Conference
* * * * * *
1 I
Congratulations to Ruth Stubbs, graduate of Miami Jackson
who is Royal poincianna Fiesta Princess Meets In Ft. LauderdaleJack
. . . . .
On last Saturday night the YW-YMHA Auditorium was the and Jill America, rected by Mrs Lula Morton 01 Moore, Mrs D. Moran, Mrs.
setting for the swingingest dance of the year and no doubt the Inc will hold its 12th Annual Birmingham, A lab a m a ,Approximately Pratt, Mrs. M. Rivers, Mrs,
best ever given by the Urban league,as loads of kids piled In Teenage Conference in Fort 200 delegates are F. Seabury, Mrs. M. Bass,
to celebrate the annual affair; The kids danced to the hippest bl fYi al Lauderdale, June 14-16, at the expected. Groups will be pre-
teenage band ever to be heard.The kids were too much to bearIn Holiday Inn. The theme of the sented from Miami, Orlando, Members of the teenage
their formal outfits and thanks to popular kids like French State Conference Is "Youth Ft., Lauderdale, Tallahassee, group are as follows;G. Bass,
Fry, Michael Hezekiah and Harold Clark(Zeke the Dancer) Takes an Open Lookat Morality Bradenton, and Pensacola. Clavese and Keith Coleman,
the kids remained in Joyful hysterics through-out the wonderful ." The conference will be Members of the adult group Vincent Collins, Matthew
evening The Urban League will really have to put forth a highlighted with consultants are as follows: Mrs. Willie Davis, Jocelyn Davis, Andrew
heck of an effort next year to top this year's ball. It was a nightno from differnt areas, closely Morton, teenage sponsor; Degraffrereidt, Patricia and
one will ever forget and those who missed will live a year related to it's theme. Mrs J, Pinkney Davis,presi- Earnest Dupont, William Edwards
of regret. These consultants are: Dr. dent; Mrs. Clifford Jackson, Joan Gordon, Rose and
* * * * * * Twigger; Attorney George Al- Mrs Gordon Merritt, Mrs Ann Jackson, Karen Kyles
A sorrowful good-bye to Patricia Styles who will leave us len, Pastor Dedee, Church of Charles C. Maloney, Mrs. Rodney and Robert McCain,
on the sixteenth of this month to attend a summer session at The charm and serene the Good Shepherd; Rev G. E. Robert V. Gaddy, Mrs Harold Denise Davis, Ronald Lamarr,
Hampton Institute. beauty of Elizabeth Watts cap- Weaver, Mt Olive Baptist Davis, Mrs. Haywood Benson, Dennise Dennis, Charlton and
Home from college are Robert Williams, Lawrence Craw.. tivated the student body of Church; Mrs Dewey, Ft, Mrs. Louis Benton, Sr. Mrs. Benjamin Moore, Lagier
ford, Henry Robinson, and Theodore Johnson, FAMUArthur'; North Dade High who elected Lauderdale's Recreation De- Vincent Collins, Mrs. E. Du- Brown, Pamela, Charles and
Humes, Hampton; Bernard Strachan,Aberdeen Washington; her campus queen for 1968-69 partment.The pont, Mrs M. Hamm, Mrs. M. Melvin Morton, Tnalier Sea-
and Wayne Fulton, University of Florida by popular vote The recent Southeast Region is di- Kyle, Mrs V, McCan, Mrs A. bury.

Hoping Clifford Snell, Northwestern basketball star, is do- campaign and election for 1. .' ". -...:
Ing better after an early arrival at home due to heart trouble. Miss North Dade and her
Get well wishes again to sickly Sam Stubbs, this time it's court, and Student Council
influenza president and vice president 1-e
Sonya Bethel and Glenda Spence minus the cast.(Better late involved the entire student R
than never). body who rallied for their favorite -
* * * ** * * candidates
during cam
45 OF THE WEEK: "Lady Willpower"by Gary Puckett and the paign week festivities. Com-
Union GapALBUM pleting the queen's court next
OF THE WEEK: "IGotThe Feeling"by James Brown school term will be attendants,
and the Famous-Flames Vicki Adams and Veronica } ryd.
LATER Taylor. -

The close race for Student
,.......... ,,.. Council President
was won by
Theresa Blakely, Theresa, an
-..;:7jjSgt. honor student and campus
leader, will have the assis-
1 tance of Theresa Wright, vice,
president elect, during her
term of office next school

_. ._ year.Campus political observersare .., Li4 Jsi v t3.
a keeping a close eye on the F -
newly elected team of Watts,
Blakely and Wright The team r
has been strongly endorsed by
their runners up in the recent
election. The student body was
enthusiastic in its choice. The
_ Student Council officers offi-
tally begin their duties following -
Installation In Septem
ber. During early fall, the
queen and her court will be
Archie Bell dropped into Atlantic Record com formally crowned and pre-
pony' s New York office to pick up a Gold disc for his sented In a well planned cere-
million seller tune, "Tighten Up" which the GI singer mony which the entire school
also wrote. He's on furlough from his Army 83rd outfit and community anticipates,
stationed in Germany. With/ him are his Houston Mr. Charles D, Wyche is
deejay Skipper Lee Frazier, who was also cite for hay principal and Mrs. Marion P.
produced the hit; Atlantic Vice President Henry Allen, Allen Is sponsor.

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This is the time of year when be unnerving,so it is especially perspirant on them also. mentioned in the survey-results necessary personal informa- special employment sections
many a student's fancy important to pay attention to included speaking clear tion and bringing pen for filling for teenagers in newspapers
thoughtfully turns to the prob- personal grooming routines at Other specifics of appear- ly and correctly, actingnatu out applications shows you employment agencies.
lems of ance II s t e d by the teenagers Schools could maintain a list.
a summer Job. this t i me. A daily bath or are a responsible person.
For some, as the cost of ad- shower, regular use of a de- included hair clean and neatly The Avon panel members describing students' working
vanced education and training odorant or anti-perspirant in trimmed, appropriate,neat Other suggestions for mak- had suggestions too, on how experiences and sponsor Job
spirals along with the demandfor either roll-on, aerosol or clothing and, for girls mod- ing a good Impression men- their communities could help orientation training programssuch
it, summer savings be- cream form, and an antiseptic erate makeup.Things to avoid; tioned in the survey results included them locate Jobs. These included as ba6y-sittlng clinics.
come a necessary part of plan- foot powder are all ways to sloppy dress,extremes in hairstyles speaking clearly and posting openings on Today's teenager not only
ning for the future. Others will help you keep your cool.If your and makeup, and gum correctly, acting naturallyand bulletin boards located in knows how to spend money--
use summer work to test their palms tend to perspire when chewing. being punctual for interviews ''youth and community centers according to this Panelhe
aptitude for a certain field or you get nervous, one student Other suggestions for planning ahead for interviews and lobbies of commercial knows what's involved in earn
as a hedge against the begin- suggested you use liquid anti- making a good impression so you remember, all buildings, and supporting ing it, tool!
ning worker's nightmare no

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Recently, 300 Junior and ; ; ::1 j TI .u
senior high school students .
participated in a survey designed ,_ : :
to find out their experiences -
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are members of national ad- "
visory panels set up by Avon
Products to provide a direct
line to teen's thinking. The :. ::
consensus? Young people today
have a lot of advice to give.
It's worth listening to.
Two-thirds of the boys and
one-half of the girls on the
panels had at least one Job.
All agreed that, when it comesto Sq k'f
the subject of Job hunting,
exposure c 0 u n t s. The more
people who know you are look-
Ing, the better your chances of
success. Employed friends
and relatives are consideredthe
number one source since
they can be counted on to see
you are the first to know about
suitable openings in their

Pavement pounding was the t
recommendation of man j,
others who had Jobs to prove 11:
works. They suggested thai
students seek out all businesses
in the com m un ty e {
known to hire young people
Their lists of likely places t o, u
visit Included for boysgas, :
stations grocery stores,
newspapers and restaurants;, _I
for girls,retail stores,offices,
and neighbors with young,, iikt :
children One enterprisinggroup ,,
setup their own employ
ment service by making a list!t:
of all the things they could do, s < 5. t
and then advertising their ser-
vices in the local newspaper!I
One of the most importan!
points to remember about Jot,
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hunting, according these In- 40 .
the-know teens, is that well-
groomed people are usually,
the ones who get first chanceat !
available Joljs. They look .t.
if they can handle theml! And I
for the novice a good first impression -It
can do a lot to make t .
up for lack of actual working,,
experience. Several students, "f
mentioned that, even for the t
experienced, Job hunting cat I

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About Carver Gainesville Militant Releasedon I

TalkBY 1 ; RanchesNews Bond After 10 Weeks

JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL QAINESVILLE.Jack Court Judge James C. Adkins secuted Dawkins and Mrs
By Walter Bowe Dawkins, militant leader of the found them guilty December 27 Thomas. Other bombs were
HE NEVER ABANDONED HIS FAITH IN AMERICA. (Said) black community, was released and sentenced them six-and directed at ,white-owned busi-
"Lyndon B.Johnson,President of the United States."(the man) The laying of the corner from jail under$7,500bond four-month terms. He refused nesses in the ghetto,
"Senator Robert Francis Kennedy" of New York, born, Nov. stone of New Macedonia Bap- June 2, 10 weeks after he,was to set bond because of their In mid-March Dawkins and
20, 1925 died June 6, 1968. Victim of an assassin's bullet tist Church, 2201 SW 48th Ave. arrested.A civil-rights activity. four other militants were arrested
during the moment of one of his greatest election victories in West Hollywood will be held series of arrestes have It took six weeks before the in connection with the
the Califronia Drimary, Wednesday evening, June 5, The late Sunday, June 16, at 3 p.m.The kept the movement's leaders U. S.Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals bombing of a neighborhood
RFK, father of children,his wife(Ethe1))expecting their ele- Rev. G. W. Phillips of New behind bars during the recent granted them appeal grocery store, and held under
venth. I met Robert F. Kennedy and talked with him only once. Hope Baptist Church, Ft.Lau- months. The assistant state's bonds and they were released. high bonds.
That was during the John F. Kennedy "Campaign for Presi- derdale, will deliver the ser- attorney has said publicly that During that time, a rash of The assistant state's attorney .
dent Year" on the New York University campus near the mon. The public is invited. some of the arrests were fire-bombings occurred. The later said the arrests of
Greenwich 'Village's famous Washington park. Even then you Rev. B. L. Mack, pastor "preventive." bombs were aimed at the Waller and Wilcox were"pre-
saw the great stature in this man of excitement. Famous Ne- Dawkins has spent four homes of Judge Adkins and of ventive." He admitted there
groes that stood close to the Kennedy family until Sen. Robert The daughter of Mrs. Mary months out of the last six in the state's attorney who pro- had been no riot.
Kennedy was laid to rest were Mrs. Martin Luther King, (also Jail others were sheldbetweensix
Sutton of
,returned home ..
widowed by an assassin's bullet) Roosevelt (Giants football from Layola College last week and eight weeks -- before -__tn -"" rn__.
star) Grier and Rater Johnson(movie actor and former Olym- where Miss Bennie Lou Whyte their cases ever came to trial.
pic decathlon champion) the two that disarmed the assassin is The arrests began last December -
taking She
up nursing. reported -
Sirhan Bishara Sirhan, a 24 year Jordanian.I also spotted that she is doing fine. when Dawk ins and I.
Sugar Ray Robinson at the St. Patrick's Cathedral.Sen. RobertF. Mrs. Carol Thomas chargedthat ,,,. t
Kennedy was laid to rest Saturday in Arlington Cemeterynear The South BrowardPostNo. white officers were mak-
his brother's (the late JFK) tomb withthe eternal flame. 8195 are sending their three ing sexual advances to black
delegates along with the Com- woman prisoners at the city
WORDS OF RFK . "Ideas are only as good as the people mander on this Sunday June Jail. A grand Jury investigationwas
who suggest those ideas, who pursue them and make them 16, ,to the VFW Convention in set. ,
work." . (of the slain Dr. Martin Luther King) RFJ said, Orlando, at the Robert Meyer Dawkings is,a for mer migrant I : '
"No martyr's cause has ever been stilled by his assassin's Hotel. Members that want to go worker and organizerfor 'r- )
bullet' . "Violence is not the concern of any one race." meet to the post Friday night. the AFL-CIO, who has : '
"The victims of violence are black and white, rich and poor, spent the last year organizingin '
young and old, famous and unknown. They are most of all, human The daughter of Mr. and Gainesville's ghetto. Mrs.
beings whom other beings loved and needed.The nation is Mrs. James Cumberbatch, Thomas is the white wife of a
degraded, "whenever an American's like is taken by another Isadora Lavon, will be mar- physics professor at the Uni- _111__
American unnecessarily-whether it is done in the name of the ried Sunday, June versity of Florida. r.'t' "
law or in defiance of the law by one man or a gang, in clod Lt. James Edward Monroe, They were charged with Florida area travel agents and tourists get,together
blood or in passion, in an attack ofviolence or in response to at St. Ann's Episcopal Church, contempt after they published for cocktails at the Emerald Beach Hotel on May 23 to
violence-whenever we tear at the fabric of life which anotherman 1st Ave and 7th st.Hallandale. 'a newsletter saying that the celebrate BahamaWeek sponsored by the Bahamas Hotel
has painfully and clumsily woven for himself and his Reception will be held imme- grand jury was as racist as the Association, Shown left to right are Nellie Symonette,
children. What we need in the United States is not division; not diately afte r ceremony in the police force, and its investi- Beach Inn, Paradise Island, Nassau; Charles North, North
hatred; not violence or lawlessness,but love,and wisdom, and Colony room, the Golden Gate gation would undoubtedly turn Travels, 1104 NW 3rd Ave., Miami; Christine Dopkin,
compassion toward one another and a feeling of justice toward Hotel, 19400 Collins Ave.,Mi- into a whitewash. Parthenon Hotel, Nassau; Amanda Gipson, Henderson
those who still suffer within our country,whether they be whiteor ami Beach. Alachua County Circuit Travel, Atlanta, Go. (93 J Hunter Street, N.W. Atlanta).

whether they be black. . It shows that; "The good die
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about 11 p.m. June 1, accompanying me was my brother Chris
. Honeymooning and having lots of fun was the newley weds,
f Collis and Norsend Carswell of Spring Valley,NY, guest of the
'I Robert Edgersons, Carol City. .Mrs. Robert(Beatrice) Ed-
gerson in Yonkes NY spending two weeks vacation the homeof
her cousin Diana McCray Danny Rolle, boss (owner) of t
big clothes cleaning firm in Ozone Park, Queens L.I. . Sam
Smith, 1197 Anderson Ave.,Bronx, sportin' em_up Sunday at
Yankee Stadium : Lawrence (Tack) Pinder, still residing at
i 926 Hancock St. Apt. 1.. Steven Truett, 202 Quincy St. (both
Brooklyn) . Teddy Roberts, Harlem'stophair stylist. (Mi-
ami's own) . Kim Weston, "The singer," a lovely fox.

WHERE IT'S AT. . Bayard Rustin cutting the "Poor peel. -
F pie's march loose "fear of the assassins" . Sen. Edward
M. Kennedy, "last of the young lions."In due time he will leada
lot mor people than those in Massachusetts LBJ . .
Wayne Thompson, graduated from "Miami University" last rr'ce
week, June 5. Proud mom is Mrs. Emily Thompson, retired:
Miami school teacher, now living in NYC . Stephen Genrossand
Barbara (former Stetson of Miami) celebrating their 2nd
wedding anniversary. This is Jimmy Scoop saying time and
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series on the FederalGuidance is a dropout or every a child who youth,to helpthem understan Meanwhile, thanks to the Sharon probably will pick up waited around 'till 11th grade
Program). It pulls together certain their strengths and limitation 3 Federal Guidance Project, more scholarships after she is for that opportunity, Is learn-
Not all the stories are suc- fig- in graduated from Putney...and auto
ures and facts and other data the light of their abilities, Randy is working toward his ing mechanics.And .
cess stories. There's Marcie, on a child. it makes become a lady lawyer. Leon
at Booker T. Washington Jun- conscious of what the one very aptitudes and Interest-* goal of becoming an executive: plies his studies at a nationally Marcie? Wellshe's
ior High. She's just not Inter. program has been school toward the end they will be bet chef "the best thing school known college prep school. still in school; that's some
ested in school and her record whether the student,had and ter able to guide themselves;. ever did for me.' David--who might not have thing in Itself,
reflects that.Everyone .
chance to
in the Guidance things, not succeed.only for It the points school up 1,000 To Attend Housing MeetingMore BAYFRONT CONCERTSThe
Department knows Marcie. but for the system. it helps
in that office us 39th year of free con-
She's constantly -
revamp the program so we can certs the of
presented by City
late to classes leaving
for being help others. than 1000 redevelopment Nashville and Davidson County r forcement. Among the panelists Miami In Bayfront Bandshell
a class, or for being ab- "Sometimes, she said,"if and housing officials,experts (Tennessee). will be directors and of- featuring Caesar LaMonaca
sent from school.She's you know it's coming up. . in urbn affairs,govern- Another significant session t ficials of housing and redevelopment and his symphonic band con-
what you would"call a the exit interview. . you can ment, business and civic lead- on "The Administration'Views' ; authorities from cludes with the program of
worldly girl . at 13 much avert it. Sometimes it's as ers from tensoutheasternstates will feature forme.U. Mississippi, Florida. June 19.The .
more Interested in what goeson simple as adjusting his school will be attending the S.C ongress manBrook!: Georgia, North Carolina, regular FridaYJune
In the adult world than in Program so he can hold a Job, 28th Annual Conference of the Hays, presently Director ol f t Tennessee and Wash ing ton, 14) evening program beginning
school. or referring him for on-the- Southeastern Regional Council the Ecumenical Institute aWake t t DC. at 7:45 p.m. will conclude a
"It's odd, said Mrs. job training or adult educationor of the National Association of Forest College. Flag Day ceremony with rep-
May me Williams, assistant Manpower." Housing and Urban Develop Concurrent sessions are> A tour of Miami's Model resentatives of the Benevolentand
principal of Guidance. "Mar- Sometimes . sometimes, ment Officials at the Ameri- scheduled ,urban renewal,, Cities Area will be an added Protective Order of Elks
cie isn't ugly in attitude or as with Marcie, it's not very cana Hotel in Bal Harbour, public housing and code en- feature of the program. participating
tempera rent. She's nice aboutit simple. Florida June 1619,1968."Inspiration l
when She's called to the of-
Mrs. Williams and all to Action' will
fice to discuss her misbehavior. the others in the Guidance De- be the theme of the meeting
.But you tear your hair out partment, both at the school which will include more than Me Donald's :
because she's a chronic offender and in the school system,want dozen sessions aimed towardthe
." to keep Marcie from becoming achievements of those .
When Marcie comes to another statistic goals which the efforts of the CMeOqpIW'I Ca. tN I
. another
school improperly dressed, dropout, another exit interview housing and redevelopment 3325 N.W. 79th ST., MIAMI
it's Mrs. Williams who explains authority, will preside at the

; "Listen, dear heart, "She's still here at school," 4-day meeting.The .
this is a junior high. That's explained Mrs. Williams keynote speech will be
what ladies wear on the out- "Hopefully, we'll keep her made by Roger Storr, Execu- 2nd ANNIVERSARY
side, sometimes. But it's not here. Maybe she'll catch tive Director, Citizen's Housing -
the way to dress on a school something--some educationlike -- and Planning Council of
campus.' catching measles. We New York Inc., who is also
Time after time, she talks haven't won a complete victory author of the recent book"The Reg. 19*
with Marcie alone or with but Living End.' Sale
maybe a battle. We
) others in the group. never give up. You never know Ira Robbins, Vice Chair- j.
"I'm very frank with the what's going to affect a stu man of the New York City
girls. We talk about veneral dent. We're obligated to try. .. Housing Authority, will intro REGULAR 't
diseases, pregnancy, the need to keep trying." duce him. ALL
for planning for a job. I tell ******* One of the major sessions
them very few men can pro- entitled A Mayor's Approach HAMBURGERS DAY
vide for a family themselves The Federal Guidance Pro- to Housing and Urban Develop
. a ject, coordinated by Mrs. ment" will be a panel composed -
Mrs. Williams is in chargeof Pratt, is but one of many gui- of the Honorable Ralph Oflf M
what is call e d Exit Inter dance programs under the direction Kelly, Mayor of Chattanooga;
views over at Booker T.Wash- of Miss MargaretGilkey the Honorable Daniel Guice, SATURDAY JUNE 15 1968
ington. "That's our last director of Guidance Ser Mayor of BiloxiMississippi); ,
chance with a student,"sbe vices, as Dade's School system and the Honorable Beverly

explained. "That's the report strives to help guide its Briley, Mayor Metropolitan ...

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a Jimmy "Flea" Jacksonwillbe '
featured with the Greater J' : !
Miami Ski Club in a Fourth of j .
July Fireworks Extravaganzaand 1
w Aqua Thrill Show at the
City of Miami Marine Stadium. .. .
Jackson holds the current
world men's jumping recordof
152'feet, which he set at the : : !
1966 Masters Tournament.He "" :
has represented t the United
States in three world champ-

P ionships. J't nr" .
Limited reserve tickets for &;");1 ; t

the holiday show, at $2 each, Dr. David Babnew, executive director of Parkway
,, are on sale a tall Sears stores, General Hospital, congratulates Mrs. Roberta White, the
I : .. : the Marine Stadium, and the executive housekeeper, upon her election to membershipin
: ::; MiamiMetro Dept. of Public- the National Executive Housekeepers Association.The .
: ity and Tourism office, 499 Association, an organization composed of hos-
..." : 'I Biscayne B 1 v d. General ad- pital executive housekeepers, is devoted to the continu-
mission is $l.5Ofor adults and ing education of its members through various courses it
\ Ir 75 cents for children. sponsors.Mrs. .
r' &H White, an Opa-locka/ resident, joined the hos-
.. .. ,i, pital housekeeping department in 1961 and two years
,<, ._ ago was elevated to the position of executive house -
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week AAMCO satisfies more ii per person
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hour interview and call- OPEN DAILY 8 TO 6
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gospel programmingwith DOWNTOWN MIAMI See your TRAVEL AGENT or call our
Brother Ray to 11:30. At representative HETLANO STEVENS INC.
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Interested in learning a Dn I television, cooking and baking, age and older,the courses will clothing construction courses ,ment of Technical, Vocational Miami Northwestern Senior
polishing an oneJlde's ? and other
skill or schools will l While such courses. be offered to dropouts, who at many of the community :and Adult Education. High School: Dry cleaning and
public most have been offered wish to return to school and schools. Adults and teens are A llapa ttah Junior High Laundering, Cooking and bak-
offer a variety of summeicourses during previous summers learn a skill Diversified me- Brick and blocklaying automotive -
space permit- invited to attend the 12-week :School: ing, ,
students and I
more courses at more schools ting. sessions,and learn to mike 'chanics.. mechanics, cos-
adults.A are being conducted this year their own clothes, officials metology, automotive body repair -
greatly-expandedeighl t: in the school system's effort In addition, each of Dade's stressed. Hialeah Senior High School: tailoring, diversified
week summer program for to provide additional job skills 20 community schools has arranged Diversified Mechanics, electronics mechanics basic electricity.
high school vocational'training to students and offer them the programs to meet the Community Schools include automotive mecha-
will be given by 10 Junior and, opportunity to explore various summer interests and needs of Allapattah, Brownsville, nics.Miami Miami Senior High School:
senior high schools June 17 vocations.The the community. George Washington Carver, Carol City Sr. High Diversified Mechanics, auto-
through August 9. schools I include AlIa- Open on a 12-month basis, Henry Filer, Ida Fisher, J.F, School: Automotive mechanics motive mechanic, elec-
Registration is now under- pattah and Booker T.Washington the Community Schools offer Kennedy Madison, AdaM electronics, diversified tronics, cosmetology.
way for credit or non-credit junior highs, Hialeah, Mi- more than 900 different e r r i tt, Norland, Ponce de mechanics, Air conditioning, Miami Senior High
courses in diversified me- ami Carol City, MlamiCen- courses to all age groups, at Leon, South Miami and Booker cosmetology printing, automotive School North automotive mecha-
automotive mechanics tral either no T. Washington, junior body repair, basic ,
chanics, Miami Jackson, Miami charge, or a very nics industrial
electronics, air-condi- Northwestern, Miami Senior small one.Classes. highs, Florida City, Madie electricity. cosmetology,
electronics me-
tioning, cosmetology, print- North Miami and Southwest are held both day Ives, A. L. Lewis, Merrick, Miami Central High School: electricity chine shopdraftingbasicelectricity., ,
ing, automotive body repair, highs. and night In subjects ranging R. R. Moton, Naranja, Trea- Diversified mechanics, diesel .
basic electricity, radio and Open to students 14 years of from arts and crafts, fo yoga. sure Island elementary mechanics, drafting,data pro-
The schools are equited to schools, and Primary School cessing, electronics. Southwest M I a m I Senior
offer even more courses, explains C.Dade's Miami Jackson Senior High High School: Automotive me-
Louis J. Tasse, supervisor summer classes for School: Radio and Television, chanics, diversified mechanics -
of Community Schools, disadvantage!adults will also Cosmetology, Cooking and cosmetology,commercialand
according to the interests of continue at the Prison Road Baking. Automotive Body repair Advertising art.
the people in the neighborhood.This Camp, Dade County Jail and automotive mechanics, Booker T. Washington Jr.-
summer, special emphasis various other sites, under the diversified mechanics, basic High School: Diversified mechanics .
is being placed on school system's Depart- electricity. .

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J. Paul Austin, (right),president and and chief executive -
of The Coca-Cola Company, greetsCharlesBoone
newly-elected president of The Nationar Asso. f. }
ciation/ of Market Developers. Boone is the account exe-
cutive for the Southeast area, Coca-Cola USA, a Divi-
sion of The Coca-Cola Company. Austin addressed the 4 4
opening luncheon meeting of NAMD annual conventionheld t v. ,J4 '
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22 THE. MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 14, 1968
MrS Isadora Kump of 2240

I MEMORIALS family of the late NW 152nd St. Opa-locka, died
ruu CARDS DEATHS'' May 28. Services were held

CHARLIE C. VALDEZ Saturday, June 8, from Mt.
K a B wish to take this m etho d oi Zion Baptist Church. Survi-

thanking you for sharing our vors are one daughter Isadoraone
I CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn loss. We cannot find words to son Allen Hooks; one sis-

The family of truly tell you how we felt, so ter, Leola Sims.
In loving memory of our memory. of __ reassured by your presenceand
daughter also for the cards, tele- Mrs. Lonnie Mae Rudison of

grams, flowers, carsfood, 10357 SW 182St, Perrine,died
many visits, and cards. Es- 9 t May 31. Survivors Include one

WM pecially do we thank Rev Gra- <'1 son, Melvin Reed; one sister

ef+ ham, Rev. Ross and members Mrs. Ida Bell Rawlins; nieces

of Mount Zion Baptist Church, nephews and other relatives.
Richardson Mortuary and to ' Arrangementsare incom
Atlas Lodge No 308 Elks we ',.,:,i.,..a.Al ,. ,.,: plete.
wish for the best that life
you Mrs. Rebecca Clark, 99, of
of has to offer 3353 Charles Ave, Coconut Alfonso Sapp of 535 NW 7th

L Grove, died Tuesday afternoon St., Apt. 1, died June 1. Ser-
juan Valdez and relativesIN vices conducted Satur-
; at Sun Ray were
day In the chapel. He is sur-

MEMORIAMIn She was a native of Coconut vived by his parents: Grady

& T Grove for more than 60 years, and Vivian Sapp; one sister
loving memory of our where her late husband, Wil- Doreatha; two brothers, An-
SHEILA JOHNSONwho dear husband, father and brother
liam, founded Christ Epis- thony and Wallace.
departed this life June 12, copal Church

_) JOSEPH HENRY PINDER 1965. MR. LEROY GARARD She is survived by a son, James Harris of 10044 Jes
wishes to express our sincere You are not forgotten love one who died June 12, 1967.
Humpy; daughters-in-law, samine St., Perrlne, died June
appreciation to our many Sun set and evening star
Nor will be
your ,
Mrs. Maude and Annie Clark; 5. Services were held Satur-
friends and relatives for cards And one clear call for me I
As long as life and memory
8 from Mt Sinai
nine grandchildren anephew, day June Baptist
telegrams, florals and all acts last May there be no mourning ol f t ;
Gilbert Styles; two nieces, Church He is survived by
rendered duringthe the bar
of kindness
will remember
We thee.
and widow Melissa three
Mrs. Murle 1 Williams ; daugh-
hour of our bereavement. Gone, but not forgotten When I put out to sea.
Mrs. Marie Johnson of New ters Mary Jones Hattie
Special thanks to Rev. Hall We. loved you but God loved I ,
York Powell Mary Nell Horton one
City.Funeral ;
and members of Sr. best.A .
Sr., pastor Lennis Johnson father you
arrangements are son John ; three sister Willie
Ebenezer United Methodist Francis Johnson, mother devoted wife, mother, six I in charge of Bain's Funeral Reed, Clara Harris and Clifford -
Church Maurice Johnson, brother children and relatives. Leona
Home. Jones two brothers Mon-
The staff of Francis Funeral Brenda Johnson, sister Garard. ;
row and Pete.Freeman .
Home and staff of Jackson Lennis Johnson, Jr.,
Memorial Hospital. brother. IN MEMORIAMIn
Sleep on Joseph and take your CARD OF THANKSJust --- sad but loving memory of Benn of 14805 SW

rest we loved you but Jesus IN to thank one and all of WILLIAM LAWRENCE our husband, father, grandfa- 104th PI., Richmond Heights,
MEMORIAMIn died June 5. Services will be
love you best.Sincerely CAREY, SR. ther
loving memory of the late you.To all of our very kind who departed ths life June 9, ARTHUR KELLY held Saturday, June 15,at 3:00
Willie Mae Finder friends the family of the lateCHARLES 1965. p.m. from Kerr Memorial in
.. who passed away June 4, 1967 is
Perrine. He survived by a
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Let saints each in concert
a distant land devoted widow Drucilla; two
N Although our hearts are heavy sing daughters Barbara and Caro-
CARD OF THANKSThe 'With the sorrow we must bear, With those whose work: is done; lyn; four brothers Coate,Jake,
b There Is comfort in knowinghe For all the servants of our John Henry and Robert L.;and
family of the late! is happy there. King In heaven and earth are three sisters.

.,;" one

HERMAN JOHNSON Mrs. Monica Carey, wife Remains of Artis Davenport
wishes to express our sincere Willie L. Carey, Jr.son Zetta Jackson, wife 642 NW 3rd St., who died June

appreciation to our neighbors Sherman A. Carey, son Carrie and Marion, 3, were shipped to Tifton,Ga.,
.friends, and relatives, for all Michelle M. Carey, grand- daughters Thursday, June 6 for burial,
your kind thoughts and deeds daughter Scott and Andrew, sons William Brown of 353 NW 6
rendered the hour of IIt
during Mrs. Madge Johnson,sister seven grandchildren St., #2 died June 9. Arrange
our bereavement. Thanks are Mr. Sherman Carey,brother ments are incomplete
also extended to the Range
Miss Henrietta Carey, sister
Funeral Home, for their cour-' CARD OF THANKSThe
Robert Lee Wright, of 4616

teousy and understanding. JOSEPH PASCHALLwho IN MEMORIAMIn SW 23rd St., Hollywood, died
May God bless all of you. family of the late
passed to the great beyond precious memory of our June 7. Arrangements are incomplete -

Ann Faust and familyIN June U, 1964. E.GIBSONwish dear mother SAMUEL H. WELTERS .

Another year has passed and to thank our neighbors, fSSuam KoV 1. -r,"!"" Hi of Key West, Fla., who died
gone, since he have claimedyou friends, churches, and church May 26, 1968, wishes to thank RANGE
as his own. Gone, but not and .'.
MEMORIAMIn groups, organizations employments .Yfpw their many friends from

sad but ofDILCIE forgotten.Mrs. everywhere for their letters, Mrs. Wilda Bain of 1923 NW
loving memory
I do gratefully expect your telegrams, flowers, food 6th St., died June 10. She Is
Grace P. Thomas and every kind deeds of apprecia- wM'I' and all acts of kindness in our s survived; by her husband

FamilyIN tion.Your sympathetic consoling hour of bereavement. Words Albert; a sister and brother.

words. Your cards, your are inadequate to express our Services: will be held Saturday

MEMORIAMIn letters, your telegrams, floral feelings. J rune 15, at 3:30 p.m. in Saint
pieces donations and all ex-
Gary's Weselyn Church.
pressions of sympathy duringour The Welters family
loving of dear
memory my bereavement. In behalf of'
the entire Gibson family and '
also my obliging undertakerand
staff Richardson Mortuarywe V IN MEMORIAMIn

say many thanks loving memory of our beloved

Mrs. Myrl Gibson, widow. ri7"! PATRICIA BEEMAN ROOKS

MAGGIE NEAL who was taken away from us on June 14, 1967
4r' IN MEMORIAMIn who 1966 departed this life June 16, Tho' lost to sight, to memory dear
ever wilt remain.
-=-r' '........... __....01 loving memory of Your vacant place in this One only hope our hearts can cheer
world can never be filled.Your
C. SMITH The hope to meet again.
't1l:7- ___ spirit will always be with us.

who departed this life June 17, M REST IN PEACE
"''1966. Viola Neal, Alzaria Foster, I

We loved this beautiful rose, 1NVih 1I Eva Williams, Ruth Smith, i Dorothy B. Beeman, mother and family
but God loved her best, May
her soul rest in peace. Katie Davis, granddaughterKeith
Hylor, Teddy Russell,
------- Denise Davis, great grandsIN
Herbert R. Smith, husbandand


who passed to the great beyond MEMORIAMIn NOW IN MIAMI, FLORIDA

.. June 13 1967.
IN MEMORIAMIn Gone, but not forgotten. loving memory of husbandson

Death is a gatewayWe r and brother
memory of our loving father all must pass throughTo c,tt + OSCAR SPENCERwho SPIRITUAL CONSULTANTYour

reach that fair land departed this life June 10, luck teems bad? Can't hold nothing? I will help
Where the soul's born a new 1964. YOU Get the Things You Need

WILLIE L. TOWSONwho A place where we'll find We miss your smile, your
passed away June 15, 1964 No suffering no tears tender voice. SEE ME and you will hit the road to success and
Gone but not MRS. LENA EVELYN SMIT'dwho and Good Fortune.
forgotten. May his soul rest in peace.
died June 19, 1967. Mrs. Addle Spencer, wife COME SEE him or Call and Get a Blessing

... Sadly missed by: May you rest in peace until Mrs. Mattie Spencer, step
Sadly missed by: Mrs. Emma Mcintosh, wife we meet someday somewhere mother 4-8014 1394 NW 54th STREET

Mrs. Emma McIntosh, Mrs. Jannie Mae. Hughes, around Gods throne. George Spencer, brother MIAMI
daughter, Miss Mamiebell daughter You will always be remem- Gilvert Spencer, brother

Towson, daughter, Robert Altanese MCIntosh, daugh- bered. Cleveland, Ohio Available for Teas-Call for information and appointmentCASE

Johnnie C. and Willie B. Tow- ter, Deborah McIntosh daugh- Miss Judith L. Miles, god- WORK, TOO
son, sons. ter. Iva and Trenda daughter


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Equipment NeededFor

Kathleen Capers (Brown),
once lived Savanah,Georgia I
C Happy Centers with her aunt, Mrs.Elsie Hut-. I
s M 4A' china she later moved from

there to some part of Florida,
An urgent appeal for equip- "II a s te is the by-word," I think it was Tampa, Fla. If
ment for neighborhood youth Walton said.
you know the where abouts of
recreation centers voiced
was He asked that any donation Miss Kathleen Capers, would
Tuesday by the Operation of equipment be called .in to you please contact her sister
Happy Miami Committee dan
him at 377-8311. Mrs. Whilimena Capers
on-the-site breakfast
meetingat Butter, at 577-2311 in Charleston
7100 NW 32nd Avenue. In addition to the Burdlne's
South Carolina. Thank
tire site at NW 32nd Ave., .
"We need to equip these other happy Miami centersare you.

centers immediately," said 1051 NW 62nd St. (donated -
# ? Miami City CommissionerMrs. by Food Fair), 930 NW Sec

M. Athalie Range, who ond Ave. (Bonded Collection STAR*WRK TODAY?
spearheads the program fostered -. Agency) and 6703 NW Seventh APublic. Service Ov, ;
i1f1iiitk'w .. by the City of Miami and Ave. (Doyles.)
JESCA'S DAY CARE.GRADUATIONThirtyone area businessmen. Ernest A. Jones, president

of the Miami Board of Real-
happy children graduating from "There are youths swarm- I) ihwa hor'sCos
the James E. Scott
Community Association -- tors and chairman of the site '
ing over the centers to ,
Care will be waiting Station :
I Day Program star pupils when they enter school
next sub-committee said three additional
year. use them and we must get the Hotel IV'HVniii M
Aileen Lotz Senior
Mrs. Administrative
Assistant, Metropolitan Dade County locations are being.
presented the certificates. needed equipmentMrs.. Spot Job-i liv*'i
considered. Still needed is a
Range added.
This is a United Fund Service.BAIN'S .
center in Coconut Grove.
-- Chris Walton United Fund -
Susie Liss of the EOPI said i
RANGE Mrs. lola Pough of 2120 NW unit director in charge of supplying there will be free dances this

Johnnie Waters Jr. of 2210C I 82nd St., died June 8. She is the centers said among Friday night at the 62nd St.,
122 Ave. Goulds died June I William Boone of 2850 SW the Items needed are three
SW by her husband Orbit; 32nd Ave. and 7th Ave. sites.
4. He is survived by his wife 40th Ave., died June 4. He is her parents Mr. And Mrs.J.D. more pool tables eight more.
Lois; three children ; his father survived by a daughter Claudia Collins; seven children;a brother ping pong tables, four storage
and mother Johnnie and I Brown; a granddaughter; David; Mrs. Rosa Alice cabinets, exhaust fans, eight
Minnie Agnes Waters;one sis- six grandchildren. Services Pough. Final rites will be hied folding tables, and 100 folding LIFE INSURANCE

ter. Services were heldTuesday were held Tuesday in Geth- ,in Claxton, Georgia. chairs.
at 11 a.m. in Union Bap. semane Baptist Church.

tist Church. Doesn't Cost It Pays
Mrs. Ethel Johnson of 3733
Joseph Foster Jr., the son
Florida Ave., Coconut Grove,I of Mr. an Mrs.JoseIbFos- .
died June 6. She is survivedby ter, Sr., of 2162 NW 5th Ave., Last year life insurance benefit payments in

her daughter Ethel Smith;I Apt. 3 died Saturday, June 8. America amounted to more than $12,000,000-
one son Ernest; one son-in- Besides his parents he is sur- 000.00.

law Benjamin Smith; one sister vived by two sisters; two brothers .

Mrs. Pico 11 a McFatten; ; his grandparents Mr. SENSATIONAL COMBINATION OFFER! Less than half, $5,200,000,000.99 were for
one brother Randolph Hamilton and Mrs. John H. Baker and FEATURES
; four sisters-in-law;three I Mrs. Mina M. Williams.Final SOLID STATE ALL TRANSISTOR r wow. ..Ou1N VloAu'oMIC death payments., $6,800,000,000.00 was

brothers-in-law. Serviceswere rites will be held In Quincy, ICO paid to "Living Policyholders" in the form

held Tuesday from st.Mary's ,. Fla. .,..,'O.'o. ( of policy dividends, surrender values, disability
Church. 'A" 'C. oWutq
Baptist ..
Oscar Mosley of 241 SW 3rd payments, mature endowments, and an-

Deacon John H. Ross, oi f Ct., Homestead died June 9. ay r..-.MI.IAsuit,.... nuity payments.
3542 Thomas Avenue,Coconut t: He is survived by a son Oscar .-

Grove died June 6, ,at Chris- Jr.; three sisters; three bro- -Duel
tian Hospital.Among survivor,:s: hers. Arrangements are in- Jeweled LIFE INSURANCE DOESN'T COST IT PAYS
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are wife Emma; one son I complete. #

Willie; one sister Alberta I ., BUILD UP A SAVINGS

Greer; one niece Eva Smithson. --.,..... THROUGH LIFE INSURANCE
Leroy Taylor of 420 NW 6th .
Services were held Wed- S R
died 8. He is survi- ., On I y
nesday from St. Mary's Bap- St., June = 4-srtn AUTOMATIC
tist Church. ved by three sisters;four bro RECORD CHANGER 95
Gonulno Mapl. Walnut of Mahogany 79
thers. Services will be held Wood Vonooc Coblnat with Hand Eo.1rRubb.d CENTRAL LIfE
Saturday June 15, at 1p.m. in Pierre Flnlih.Wt T.m
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Robert Jenkins of 438 SW 5 Greater Bethel AME Church. .....*IKlt QUICK(IU/1d KlMM M.M"I"',tfl)<1''''ll'M IMlim
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Ave., Homestead died June 6, "- .tOUND it lIe Mncttt. fcnd, M tht M.MOprn.M ol tinttlwM
n\M m If'|iM I INS Hit Miwl 4111 ct I pc c..too. ,
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Jackson Hospital. He is of 984 Ash- moft MM tone*m"ict &1lw. MNN **! lionlmr
Charley Thomas tot*tH DWI nMu*....M CM cwM Mm.....l..H"toMMf '... FREE HOME
survived by his wife, Eunice; ley St.,Jacksonville, died June
three sisters. Services will be 11. He is survived by his wife VISIT OUR PRESENTATIONCall 1416 NORTH BOULEVARD -TAMPA FLA.

held Saturday, at 4 p.m. from Lena his parents; six children BEAUTIFUL SHOW ROOMS
the chapel. Remains will be four bro- ,
; three sisters; .
15982 NW 27th Av.nv.Th.
shipped to Albany, Ga., for are in-. 625-1261
thers. ( 27th Avanua Shopping Cen',)
complete. I


Miss Ivy Louise Baptiste, of FRANKLIN'S CARPET
3630 William Ave., Coconut
Grove died June 9.She is sur-
vived by a dear friend Earl 0650 NW22ND AVENUE

White; her mother Elaine;nine SPECIALIZING IN RUG SALES & CLEANING

sisters Ethelyn Anderson, & WAXING
Delancey, Anna

Bain of Bain's Funeral Home, FREE ESTIMATES IN YOUR HOME CALL 696-9133 OR 635-3641
Juanita Pender Yvonne Vin-
son, Barbara Flowers and -p ....,Iy.v ,r i
Donna; one brother Edwin;two F.I-rsyyr

grandmothers; six aunts; one

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E.A. STEVENSMoses 1 //1

Quartiman of 25 SW ;: 4iI 1tgI IP
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6th Ave., Dante died June 8, I / ;
at Hollywood Memorial Hos- iVkiL

pital. He came to this city 25 + '

years ago from Lewisville,
Georgia. Services will be held 1i

Sunday, at 2 p.m. in the chapel.He .
was a veteran of World Warn.
He will lie in state satur- Lflj

day from 4 to 10 p.m.

Arthur Hamilton of 814 NW I /

7th Ter., Apt. 2,died at Holly ,
wood Memorial Hospital June '.. .
8. He came to Hollywood 7 .
years ago from Columbus,Ga. 4 0 ( -
Services will be held Thurs- _: \
day, at 3 p.m. in the chapel.He k

will lie in state Wednesday We Carry Brand Nome Carpeting
from 1 to 10 p.m. He leaves a Bill McBride Does

wife Margaret and a brother

Willie James Lane.

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,I Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor -
Fr. T. R. Gibson, rector
; Joseph Marshall, reporter The men of Mt Zion Baptist loist, New York City; St.Luke

J, ; Antionette Silva,reporterSt. Chruch, 301 NW 9th Street, Invite Male Chorus o f Miami, the

Margaret's guild ended everyone to worship with Trumpet Kings Quartet, the
its contest for the naming of them on their annual Men's Related Five Quartet and

I Miss St. Margaret's Guild on Day services on Sunday, June others.

Sunday, June 9. The winner 16, at 10:45 a.m. Our speaker Theme for Men's Day Is:

was Mrs. Sybil Hall with the for the morning will be "The Work of a Christian Lay

amount of $200. Mrs. Anabel y Prw Judge Henry Balaban. man in a Changing World'

Fisher turned In the amount of w ? At 7 p.m.a musical program Search Crapp is chairman,

$179 and the total was $379. K will be presented with spec- Ray Coleman is cochairmanand

Congratulations to both of ial guests featuring Brother Rev. E. T.Graham is pastor -

&tt tau 3n flljurrl!I ) &uu ayI. them The for Episcopal a job Churchmenwill well done. George Stear ling,baritone so- .

sponsor' a "Ho-bo Mod- .

I. Hippie" Dance on June 14, at TEMPLE BAPTIST VALLEY GROVE

ANTIOCH MT. CARMEL Christ Episcopal Church Par- t J1
Rev. L.A. Thompson,pastor
A ish Hall, at 8 p.m. Admissionis Rev. Johnnie Torrence,pastor
Rev. D. Bradley,pastor REV. GAY Elsie Douglas, reporterChildren's
Rev. P. W. McGriff 50$. Prizes will be given Evelyn Ferguson, reporter
Wiggins, pastor Louis reporterThe Rev S. L. Gay, former pas- Day service was
Friday, June 14, will close children of Mt. Carmel away. tor of Mount Herman AME conducted by the youth, master Friday night the pastor Is

really put their program over. On Sunday, June 16, the Church, Opa-locka, was appointed Nathaniel Bryant, presiding, asking the entire church and

the two weeks revival services The Jr. Choir and our Jr.Ush- Episcopal Churchmen will to pastor st.James Miss Jacqueline Cole speaker. the choir to accompany him to

at Antioch of which Rev. J.W. er's performed well. We like sponsor Churchmen's Day. AME Church at the recent Mt. Aron Baptist Church in behalf -

Walker, pastor of Mt.Calvary to give them praises In the They will feature as guest meeting held in Jacksonville.Rev. Sunday Father's Day, the of an appreciation pro

Baptist Church of Riviera good work they do, which will speaker of the morning ser- Gay served at Mt.Her- Male Chorus will sing also will gram.
Beach Is the revivalist. encourage them to do more.Don't vice, Rev. Phillip Cooper.The render a musical program Saturday there will be a dinner -
man AME Church for nine anda
ourGround money received from this financial sale at the home of Dea-
during the evening service.
half years,built the very fine
-> Usher Board No.2 will per- effort will go towardsthe
Breaking, Sunday, at 3p.m.on edifice, and contributed to its The No. One Choir will con SisterFerguson, 1360
sent a "Womanless Wedding"on 79th Street and 17th Ave.Come building fund. Mr. Hubert sponsor their Homecoming NW 41st St. In behalf of Men's
Saturday June 15 at 8 Thompson is president and growth through his fine
p.m. and be with us, the Rev. P.W. program, at 3:30 p.m. Day. For orders Ph. 6355462.
This will also observeits Mr. William is chair- leadership.The
Williams of St. Luke Baptist membership of St. The men are working hard Tuesday night,June 18, Rev.
16th Anniversary on Sun- Church will be the guest man. Is toward the day Deacon P. Torrence will sponsor a program
James happy to welcome ,
16 at 3 Sincere is extended
day, June p.m. Rev. sympathy -
speaker. in behalf of Men's Day.
to the Baptiste for this very fine leader, and his Hepburn, chairman, DeaconC.
J. W.StephensonpastorofAntloch
Pray for the sick and shut- W. Youngco-chairmankick Friday night before the
f 4 Baptist of Brownsville in and those who have lost their the lost of their daughter, Ivey. family.We off Tea fourthSunday. fourth Sunday, the pastor and
are asking
will deliver the Congratulations to all
i sermon. The our
love ones, and pray for the The School is church will render services at
tion of all members and well Sunday spon-
music will be graduates and Father'sDay
provided byAntioch Happy
of Brownsville's choir. boys In Vietnam, also the Ken- to all our fathers. wishers of St. James, and ex- soring a bus ride the fourth Rock of Ages,Rev..W.King,

nedy family and kids. tend a cordial Invitation to the Friday, please get your tickets, pastor.

J' public to worship with us at donation $1.00. Remember the sick and

St. James. Sister Eva Gibson, Brother shut-ins.

I Cohen Temple To Celebrate Pastor'sFirst Saint James Kindergarten's George Saunders at Jackson
i graduation exercises will be Memorial Hospital Brother T. FRIENDSHIP
I I Bonivy, Hialeah Hospital. Let
!t AnniversaryThe held on Friday, June 14, at 8 us continue to pray for the sick Rev. J. E.Jenkins,pastor
p.m.Mrs. and shut-ins. Ruby Lee Carr, reporterWe
Pearlie M. Sharp and
were elated over our
congregation of A. M. Congratulations to
Presently he our high
serves as a
J u n e- ites will have a dinner
Cohen Temple, 1747 NW 3rd member on the Provisional school graduates, and wel- youth, the way they took chargeof
sale in the
Sunday Parish
Ave is engaged in the Kist an- Board of thelnternationalYouth ,June come back home our students services Sunday, under the
niversary celebration honor- 16.Mr. from college. direction of Sister Gussie :;
Congress for the
Sparks Usher Wright Sister Essie Robinson h
ing Elder Jacob Cohen duringhis -
Churches of God in Christ.
Board No. 3 will have their An-
and Sister Ruth Scott pianist ,.
nine of
pastoral ser
years Elder Cohen is superintendentof
vice. niversary Sunday, June 23, at ST. MARY'SRev. and directress. We would
the South Miami District of
430; p.m. also like to say congratulations :i;
Let the Elders that rule Eastern Florida. He is a retired -
well be counted worthy Sympathy to Mrs. Betty Gis- H. V. Stuart, pastor to the graduates of our '"
teacher from the school
sendanner in the lost of her fa- A. E. Bethel, reporter church their names are Ange-
double honour' I Timothy system of Dade County Boardof ,
45:17. Elder Jacob Cohen's worl k Public Instruction. Dedicated to all Father's of lla Scott, Juanita Yates, Al-

has proven him worthy of such! 9 The following Elders and -- St. Mary's.Have you seen eyes fonzo Williams, Steve Jenkins

honors. Among his accom their congregations have help- GREATER NEW BETHELRev. start to glisten, that were sad and Samuel ,'Conner Jr., we

plishments, the most notableis ed in celebrating this magnifi- before you came, if you haven't wish you much success in con- J

the reorganization of the . cent occasion. Monday night W. K. Smith, pastor stop and listen you have missed tinuing your education.
; Alice S. Irving, reporterA life's finest Sunday we will have ordination
youth department in the Elder I. Wilcox,text: "God has game. Happy Fa
church Speakers,seminars a Way' I King. Tuesday night successful "Youth Day" ther's Day. Our pastor will deliver of Brother Nelson Harris

and counselling sessions have Elder Issac Cohen text The was observed last Sunday. a special sermon for Fa and Brother Carl Rembert as
been a vital part in an attempt ELDER JACOB COHEN Fire Fell I King 18; 31. Wednesday Miss Roberta Norma received ther's Day. All children are Deacon's.

to help solve the basic prob- graduates who are members of!I night Supt. E. J. An- the scholarship presented urged to place flowers on the

lems Christian living for the church. So far there are derson text: Self Conscious by the Scholarship alter in honor or in memory of MT.CALVARYJune

young people. The most productive about six recipients.The Mind. Phil. 2:1. Thursdaynight Committee Miss Jesse Father. This is also Tithes
task stemmed from Cowins received a $25.00 All members
Day. know 23
l congregation has grown Elder C. H. Wilcox your 'Women'sDay"a
our pastor's stand on education award for having been selected duty this day. grand time is
1 tremendously under his pas- text "Come Unto Me" Matt. II: being planned.So .
He organized the A. M. torage, for many have come 28. Friday night Elder Paul the most "outstanding Joint choirs will serve all set the date now. Thanks in

' ) Cohen Memorial Scholarship into the knowledge of truth and Golatt text: Work while it is graduate." She is.very coop- day and Usher Board No.will advance.

Fun. This fund provides assistance so. filled with the baptism ofthe day' Matt. II: 20. erative in church activities. serve during the 11 a.m. ser- The bus tour to KeyWest is
for allhighschoolSHILOH There will be a battle of vice, and Usher Board No. 1 !Sunday June 16.
Holy Ghost. You are invited to join us in The fare Is
the continuation of this cele- songs between Choir No. One during the 7 p.m. service. We !$6.00 and dinners are free.

ST. PAUL bration. We are expecting the of Greater New Bethel and are looking forward to a special Please visit the sick and the .

( } following Elders and their No. One Choir of New Hope, program sponsored by the i shut-ins.

Rev. T. Sunday, June 16, at 3 p.m. at Ways and Means Committee. Rev.
I C. Kelley, pastor congregations; Monday night S. Atchison, pastor ,
Rev. A. M. Griffin,pastor Mary Amos, reporter Elder W. Atkins, Tuesday New Hope Baptist Church. You will be told more about this :Phyllis Beal, reporter.
Cheryl English, reporter The Youth Dept. is sponsor- later.
Sunday, June 16, at 3 p.m. night Elder I. Bulter, Wednes-
Last Sunday the Baccalaureate the pastor is asking Choirs day night Elder J. C.Jackson, ing a car wash at Banks Ser- DOn't forget dinners are be- I\GREATER BETHLEHEM

services for the graduates No. 1 and 2 Ushers 1 and 2, officers Thursday, Elder H. Davis, vice Station, Opa-locka, Saturday ing sold every Saturday at the

of 1968 was beautiful. and as many membersas Friday Elder Edwards Sunday June 15. Treat your church, donations $1.00.
There were seven graduates car to a clean wash for only
possible to accompanyhimto Elder Clarence Black. Won'tyou
from Shiloh and six which Mt. Herman AMEChurchinFort plan to attend this splen- 150. tDF

visited with us. Each gradu- Lauderdale, Rev. J. B. did affair? There will be a sale at the NEW MT. MORIAH I
home of Mrs. Addle Thomas
ate was given*financial present Blacknell ,
from the church. pastor. 1941 NW 153rd Street, Satur- Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor t

You are cordially Invited to day night. Benefit choir No.2. Evelyn Souter, reporter w
Prayer meeting will begin ,
attend a Pie Walk at the homeof DRAKE MEMORAL! Usher There has been a change in ,
Board 4
No. will be
Monday night June 17. And
preaching will ,begin Monday Mrs. Vassle L. Young, 776 Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastor in charge of auxiliary Sunday plans for the pastor's anni
rk NW 66th St.,Saturday,June 15, School class Sunday. versary. The anniversary will
night after the fourth Sunday, from 8 until The pastor officers and
p.m. spnsoredby begin this Friday, at 7:30with
| June 24. The revivalist will be Choir #1. i members thank"Rev.Tanner for Rev. 0. W. Foster and congre-

I Rev. L. R. Ross. Choir No. 1 cordially invite conducting the second annual NEW HOPE gation of Ebenezer Baptist
The Pastor's Aid Club willhpve
each and everyone tocome out Revival Meeting. May God Church, Hallandale, and will
a program Sunday at 4 ever bless and Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor
and help them celebrate their keep him. We climax Sunday at 3 p.m. with
p.m. Sister Grace Meeks will Annual Anniversary, Sunday, are grateful to those who came Loraine Fuller, reporterThe Rev. Fred Carter and
congregation -
be the speaker and the music pastor and officers wish
June 23, from 3-5 p.m. they out. of
Baptist I
will be furnished by Creator to thank all the graduates who
have prepared a wonderful Church. We are asking the
Voices Sister Nettie Moore Many thanks to the visiting
program please give them attended our worship services members and all friends
Deacons, who were invited by for
and others. REV. C. H. SMITH
your full cooperation.Let last Sunday. their full cooperation. The
Deacon William Hardee to lead
The Home Mission
along us remember our sick June 16, Father's Day wor- public is invited. Minnie R. Hunter, reporterIt
our services. The Re-
with Elder Ross will to Mt
Aaron Friday night. go and shut-ins and say a special vival was a spiritual success. ship services Ila.m.and7 Sunday is Father's Day, we is our desire to have you

prayer for their recovery. p.m. fathers in action, all are are asking all fathers whodon't worship with us; therefore,
The is the
pastor asking en-
Congratulations to Ward
have a church home to please make our church your
;, tire church to accompany him CRUSADER. Perkins who will attend Cur ley June 16, at 3 pm there will worship with us, at 6700 NW choice of worship.We .

the fourth Sunday, at 3 pmto Sr. High, he graduated from be a Musical Program, a bat- 14th Avenue. would like to thank all four
Brownsville Baptist Church Rev. C, Dixon, pastor Holy Redeemer Catholic tle of
3 songs,featuring two sensational Prayer meeting Thursday visitors and friends who I
; for the Installation services.oft Flossie Marshall reporterA School.
, choirs, No 1 of New from 8 to 9 p.m. Everyone is came out on last Sunday and r;
Rev F. L. Johnson. wonderful message was The choir Invites Hope vs No. 1 of
you to attend Greater New Invited. helped to make our Men'sDaya 1
i The president of the No. 2 brought to us by the speaker
Bethel of
their second anniversarythe Opa-locka, Rev. Remember You will be
the success. always |
j Choir is asking all membersto Mrs. Cornelia Glenn she
fourth Sunday in June. W. K. Smith, pastor All are sick, shut-ins,bereaved families remembered. Deacon James I
please be present business spoke directly to the youth.
Please help them in their welcome.Let Williams
projects Sister Q. chairman.
Bettye Clark, and |i
.* at vital Importance. We are looking for and
us continue in
prayer for those in the armed services in Our prayers are extended |
; your prayers. Visitors to the sick that they may soon \
I visit the sick and shut-Ins. us, at 2575 NW 65th St. ,the sick and shut-ins. families, and our nation. welcome. recover.

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S oyMt GRACE .. "_,,,.. : ,.ru. lr ,1 ... .._.. . .
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*"" Rev W, F. Savoy, pastor Forum At Grace rTi c
Arthur ;
Mr. and Mrs Gary This Sunday ,
morning, celebrating
as their guest, Mrs,
have Father's I
Day. the
men The
monthly Block Club
aunt Mrs. Emil will
Gary's participate In
mornIng Community Forum will be held
of Madison and Ft ]
Tompkins I service. The pastor's ser- at the Grace
Pierce. While here she will 1 mon will centeron the Presbyterian
topic: Church, 6895 NW 14th Ave.
visit with other nieces, Mrs. "What are the responsibilities this ,
Sunday at 7:30 the
Coretha Williams, Mrs. of the man and the woman In the topic, which was postponedlast p.m.
Bevel home "
Nomia today?
month due to
Mr. and Mrs. Rugus Cook o f t I In the evening at 7:30 severe wea-
p.m., will be "Welfare.: The
Tampa WEre here for the grad there will be a Community panelists will be
: Mrs. Florida -
uation of their granddaughterNancy Forum on the subject of Wel-
supervisor oFamily
Fostman, from May's i fare, with the following per- and Children's Ser-
High Mrs Cook will accom sons as thepanelists vices
: Mrs. State Welfare Department -
pany her sister Mrs. Ruth i Florida Murray,supervisor of
; Mr. W. P. Sutton, chief
Gary to Philadelphia to visit: Family and Children's Services director of the Dade County .
their brother's.The state Welfare Welfare
Department Division and Mr.
Church of God of Prophecy ; Mr. W. P, Sutton chief Samuel Moncur, program director -
closed out their 50th Annual director of the Dade
County of the Liberty City I
State Convention,Sunday, Welfare Division; and Mr Community Council. The pub-
June 9 in Miami, we are glad I Samuel Moncur, program director lic is cordially invited
for the return of our pastor El of the Liberty city

der Earnest Pratt,for another Community Council CHRISTIAN SCIENCE"The
year here at Perrlne.
Lord is my rock, and
my fortress and my deliverer;
LAY MEN'S MEETING my God, my strength, in whom PROGRESSIVE LINKS, O.E.S. No. 68 ...

Miami District Monthly the horn of my" salvation and The Progressive Links, Order of the Eastern Star No. 68 (newly organized) held

Laymen's meeting will be held my high tower. ;its first public event last month.
This verse from Psalms is offer ;interested to in with us. The
at New Bethel AME Church A membership tea was given to persons join
Goulds, Sunday, June 23 at 2, part of the responsive reading organization focuses its interest on building the economic structure of the Negro. Our
In this week's lesson sermonto two guest speakers were Rev. Lester C. Albert, subject "The Economic Structure of

p.m.Rev.. Holmes be read In all Christian the Negro"; and Mrs. D. Corn, subject "Why Women Should Become Involved in Organizations. -
pastor, Rev. Sicence Churches this Sunday. "

.Zack S, A. Cousin, P, Elder, Mr. Subject of the lesson Is "God Sisters. seated are from left to right: Laura Brown, Mary Will ingham, Annie Gil-

Ferguson, president. the Preserver of Man.' bert, Juanita Johnson (Worthy Matron) Reta Scott, Jennie Johnson, Luella Thompson

(Associate Matron) and Wilena/ McLain. Sisters standing from left to right:Jessie

J'v rw FRIENDSHIP CHARIlY FRIENDSHIP CHARITY Brown, Era Bostic, Neatre Bell Bush, Magnolia Nelson, Julia Haslem, Essie Sey-
mour, Geneva Cox, Opal Jones, Catherine Green and Nancy Dawkins.
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The Friendship Charity and evening of fun and gaiety.Climax ZION HOPE CHURCH OF THE CORINTH
Social club o f Miami entertained
ing one years of ardent TRANSFIGURATION
Its out-going president Rev. Jackson
at and unselfish service tothe The Youth Dept. and the directresses ,
a surprise held at the
Miss YvonneBarbarrettaOdom party Fr. E.S, Clarke,Jr.,vicar Nina Morrow, reporter
daughter of Mr. and home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry club, Mrs Verdele Cox, out- tend would like to ex- On Sunday, Trinity Sunday, There will be a tea at the

Mrs. Odom. A graduate of MI- Dunn. Guests and friends of the going president, received a our deepest appreciationto at the 10:45am.Trial Liturgy home of Deacon and Sister
ami Kllllan Senior High group enjoyed a wonderful beautiful plaque from the club our many friends, and all Mass thereturnlng College Roscoe Ector, 2175 NW 69th

School, the first to graduate --.-- .-.. --...... who helped us make our First students and 1968 graduateswere Terrace the fifth Sunday, from

s out of a house of 6 children, TlL Annual Youth Day a success. h 0 nor ed, Immediately 4 to 6 p.m. You and yours are
: On
10217 SW 173rd st plans to Wednesday night before invited.
I .r:1 the fourth Sunday,June 19,the following the mass the Epis- cordially Sponsored -
:. attend Compture College on No. 2 Choir will have a musi- copal Churchwomen intertaln- by Usher Board No I,
Biscayne Boulevard, Miami. cale Various choirsof ed them with a brunch.On The general church thank all
She has already past the test.A the city will participate.Pray Sunday, June 30, at the of its members for the fine cooperation

special thanks toher for the sick and shut- 10:45'Solemn Sung Mass, the on our Registration -
grandmother and grandfather Rt Rev. Loutut Day and to those whey
ins and those who have lost Henry I. ,DD.
Oti Sunday, June 9, Memorial , wtI their love ones,and don't for- Bishop of the Diocese of South haven't registered please re-
J services were held all get the boys In Vietnam Florida willadminlsterthe I member you only have until

over the country in behalfof Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor Sacrament of Holy Confirmation. June 27, which will be the

the late Senator Robert F. Bessie Williams, reporter On this day; our priest d deadline for our church Registration -
Kennedy. Not only was he a his wife will celebrate their 20 .

Senator from New York buthe Wedding Anniversary

was a well known and a great
man to the whole world.In .
playing its part in memorial Rev. J. W, Stepherson, pastor

services for such a great \.- -Revival services are now in W. M. Davis, pastor
man, the Mt, Moriah Church of progress a t the church. Rev. Donella Turner, reporter
Perrine presented both ser 1 D, E, Kelley of Fitzgerald,Ga.
mons and songs inbehalfof "'f' I is the Evangelist. The publicIs Friday, June 14, the Youth

three great men, president invited. Dept. will sponsor a Banquet 4
John F, Kennedy, Rev. Martin I :! ,,,. 'l \ Total money raised for Wo at the church at 8 p.m. Tic-
Luther King, and Senator men's Day was $7,630.66. Our kets are $1.25 for adults and '
Robert F, Kennedy. i thanks to all for the success of $.75 for children. Come and '

this day. enjoy yourself
CHRISTIAN I ., Our Youth Day will climax
FELLOWSHIP -- -- Pray for the sick and shut- Sunday, June 16. Come and

Mrs. Frankie Dunn, presito Mrs. Verdele Cox, out-go- ins. Visitors are always wel- bring a friend to see our young

Rev P. S, Brown, pastor dent-elect presenting plague ing president come people in action.

M. L, Nixon, reporterThe ,,,,-I'... ,,.- f..reaw.7':: J'( t We are happy to know that .
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Willing workers are h our sick is recovering very JULIA BIRCH{ CKOWNEf
well, we pray that you will recover -
to West.
sponsoring a trip Key
completely. QUEEN OF
Members and friends are cordially -

invited to.come along MT. ZION A. M. E.
and enjoy the ride and entertainment ., HEW PROVIDENCE
The bus will leave at The ladies of Mt. Zion AMI

4:30 Sunday morning and re- Rev. C, J, Burney,pastor Church would like to thank
turn Sunday night. Arsula Edwards, reporter each and everyone for their
loyal support in their annuaj
Brother Joseph Dames is Everyone is cor dially invited Women's Day rally. Mrs.Julia.
still in Cedars of Lebanon to attend our revival Birch was crowned queen of

Hospital. Please cheer him meeting now In progress,Rev. Mt. Zion for the year of 1968.

with visitations and cards.Sis- ] W. M. Boyd of Albany, Ga. is And also was given a three daj

ter E s te 11 e Alien is now at conducting the preaching ser- cruise to Nassau for raisingthe
home but far from being well. vice. Plan to hear this man of highest amount of money.
She lives alone and is in needof I God. Revival conclude June 21.

help, please do your.part 'zc1)4 Service for our graduates of

visiting and donation. All At,1J.r 1?68, will be held Sunday,June FASHION FANTASIAOn

groups attend your meeting. 'It 16, in the morning worship.

Help and pray for the sick. Continue in prayer for our
JI sick shut-ins, and those who Sunday,June 16,at 4 p.m.
are bereaved the Progressive Links No. 66
ST. MATTHEW Order of the Eastern Star will

at the Rental
Rev. A. Randall pastor
UNION GROVERev. Community Center, 4150 NW
Annie Vassar, reporterThe I 4/4i
7th Avenue a "Fashlonjan-
church and pastor are ,
..... R, Smith, pastor tasia' a world of the latest in
invited to be the guest of Jor- -- --- --
dan Grove Baptist Church Fri- Members of Friendship ;zelle Roberts, recordingsec- Mattie Carey, Gussie Chris- Parolee Livingston, reporter elegance, all phases of beauty.
Choir rehearsal Wednesday fashion of Sarah
The designs
day night, June 14. (;narityandSoclalClub-seat-i retary. Standing (left to right) tian, Bessie Williams. Sick "'
Prayer Mitchell Burdines National
will ob- committee chairman, and Do- ,
Junior Choir
serve its on the j Bd(left to right)Dorothy Kurd, Verdia Howard, Louise Moon, cia Howell, vice president Friday night. Home Mission Shirt Shops will be fea-
anniversary Frankie Dunn Maude Ross, treasurer, Thursday night Visitors are tured. Many demonstrationsand
fourth Sunday in this month. Verdele Cox, Members not shown Edna Tal-
The pastor and union will J president, Orzella Pridgen, 1 Bessie McLean, Eunice As- madge and Willie Cooper, always welcome. Remember souvenirs will be given
meet here this fourth Sunday. j financial secretary, and Mo1 1 bury, reporter, Joe Howard, chaplain. the sick and shut-ins. out.


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26 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. June 14 IQAfl

I' Christian--i Scientist Says Individual Effort Needed To Solve World's IllsToday's I

world of destruc- physical Ideals descrated-, the God by Jesus Christ ((1 Pete.. great commandments--love ing and a large multi-purpose that centralization of facilities
tive upheaval tremendous best of civilization fallen into 2:5): for God and love for one's building. and personnel is long overdue.
I, change calls men to be spiritual disuse," Mr. Wuth said. "Liveliness denotes action, neighbor. It must teach the all At present the activities at The new church center is expected -
builders. Nehemiah's example as a action resulting from spiritual i[ loess of God, good,the imper- the headquarters of the denomination to be under construc- '
This appeal from the Chris- spiritual builder was cited as unfoldment, action that is in- sonality of evil,and the ability are carried out in tion for about two and one half
of the individual, whatever his eight i different buildings, so years.

race or color, to demonstrate
this. W Getting music to sound right in a

xetiK "Harmony, order, and studio is a matter of getting a

peace know no color line.They perfectbalance of elements
belong to the spiritual heritage
-; of each individual; and it is the
I responsibility ofChruch to assert The same thing, I expect, appliesto

I demonstrate and maintain getting a great gin..a perfect

i this standard." balance of elements..dryness
s i The healing and uplifting
theworksThat'swhat I find in
I work of Jesus, Mr. Wuth said,
I I attested the practicality of Gordon's Gin.92

t spiritual building by means of
prayer and inspiration.
Roy Eaton, Composer, Pianist:Music Director of Benton &Bowes, lnc' one of
Int Mary Baker Eddy, who dis- the nation's largest advertising agencies; winner of Koscluszko Foundationfirst
covered and founded ChristianS Chopin Award; International recitalist recording artist tor Mace Records..

c Ie n c e, taught the need for
each individual to contributeto
the progress and regeneration h i
of society through spiritual .
building, he said.
Gorgon V. Comer, newly- ..Vb
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coming -
Christian Science Church Center In BostonThe a. ;t j
said that whateverthe
Christian Science Church Center, now under construction, wide another feature to the new lie ol Button.Thla model hOWl the 1-aer year, ji
Center In Its Back Bey letting The domed structure' ..The Mother Church The First Church ol Christ,Sclenlltt,II I central'to the triangular area.At turmoil of the present i i
I the upper end ol the long reflecting pool a new 26 story Administration Building will be built, A combination Sunday School and Conference jt i
Building lower end of reflecting pool) will, also be added A new building for service functions will be attached to the Publishing House,which times, spiritual values and all .,
la located at the left ol the Church On the perimeter ot the' area.commercial structure and apartments will be erected by private developers
the to humanity
Beyond the' Church Center la the' Prudential Center and the projected John Hancock Building blessings they bring er t
will survive. \,
tian Science Board of Direc- still vital and useful to Chris- spired, rightly motivated, The Christian Scientists a. o8r
tors was heard Monday, June tians today. In rebuilding the God supported, God sustained visiting Boston this year noticed
3, by over 7000 Christian wall of Jerusalem, Mr. Wuth ." many changes resulting
Scientist, gathered here from explained, Nehemiah was from the large building projectnow t1
around the world Singling out war and racial underway. Considerable s
for the An- making practical his own un- I
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Church Scientist, in Boston, Kingdom."Is problems which the church work has already been com- '
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The message from the dedicated to their "The Church must fulfill the to begin this month on .Ii

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T TIMES FrMnv jjune 14, APreiudices

I| And De,Facto Segregation At Edison i"'iiig School? j

L LH nas been a close observer
Dr. Shirley of the
Miami problemsand (Apersonal interview with Dr. Edwin S. Shirley) J
situations plaguing Edison Senior High School Q. Your points are well taken. What are the advantages and
In this In-depth interview, Dr. Shirley explains and answers I do not believe his is exerting the influence that his office disadvantages of the two sites that were under considera
many questions surrounding the recent sit-in atthe could or should exert. I get the feeling that he is not willing to namely, 87th and Biscayne versus the Central site that you favor -
Northwest Miami high school. "rock the boat' for what he believes is morally right due in at 95th and 17th Ave?
due in part by the pressures exerted upon him by the more af-
Q. Dr. Shirley,you have alleged that prejudices and attemptsat fluent white community and in part due to the lack of backing A. At the 87th and Biscayne site there are no advantages but
de facto segregation those exist at Edison Senior High School. How by the administration on a higher level. there are several disadvantages: Exceedingly dangerous at
substantiate allegations?
can you school opening and closing time;limited ingress to and egress
I chaired a committee composed of Dr. John Brown and Q. For
A. example. Dol-
from this site; the land cost prohibitive( 1/4 Million
William Wynn who worked with a committee
Mr. chaired by A. Mr. Duncan knows that many of his teachers have deep lars for the land alone)when the budget is limited and trained
Harleah of the El Portal-Miami
Mr. Jack area for the seated prejudices. He could and should insist that these prac- for new construction; not centrally located which the present
past year on the problem of racial prejudices existing at Edi- tices should cease and desist now to replace them if they fail boundaries of the Senior High School extends from 115th Street
son Senior High against Negro students. These problems have to conform to the changing times.He should have the full back- north to' 5th Street south; the area will not permit much for
existed since the beginning 0 f integration some 6 or 7 years ing from the administration. future expansion what with buildings,parking,athletic field etc.,
*t that school. We were informed by some of the Negro
ago unless you go high-rise which is most undesirable.Now .
students that: Q. What is your appraisal of Mr. Lee, the current Student let us consider the Central site at NW 95th Street and
(a) Degrading terms such as "Darky" or "class, we are Activity Director at Edison Senior High School? 17th Avenue: I envision this to be the first of seven High School
to have a fun -- Black against white"
going game are not infrequently -
complexes in this county. .one for each school district. Thisis
used openly In some of the classes. A. I don't Know Mr. Lee very well but from what I have seen not to be confused with large Educational complexes to in-

(b) Unfair judging in competition regarding placement on the in the recent past, he is trying to the limits of his office to clude Elementary, Junior and Senior High schools,but simplya
drill team, cheer leader and majorettes etc. try to right many of the wrongs that exist. I am hopeful that High School complex only, to accomodate from six to nine
(c) Unfair placement practices (formerly) In the various if given a free hand, he will effect much needed reforms at thousand Senior High School students, and with the gradual
service clubs wherein the former director of Student Activi- Edison Senior High School. the
building of this complex over a 1 to 5 year period, gradual
ties ((1966-67)) had the sole power for placement In these clubs. phasing out of the sattelite high schools at the ,same rate. Con- j
d) At least one social club(Damas Club)maintained a strict What is
( Q, your appraisal of the attitudes of the White stu- sider these advantages: -
segregated membership policy with the full knowledge of the dents toward the black and Latin: students at Edison Senior High With the 0 r de My phasing out of the sattelite Senior High
Edison administration. School? schools, it decreases the need for new construction for much
(e) Business meetings were being held several occasionsby needed Junior High Schools. substantial money saving de-
at least four of the Service Clubs at Edison in private homes A. I believe that the attitudes of the masses of the White vice; with a large Senior high complex it affords greater flexibility
excluding Negro members with the full knowledge of the teach- students reflect the attitudes of their parents and some of their of curriculum such that academic achievement and vocational -
er-sponsor and In strict violation of the policy set down by the tea c her s. Unless the attitudes of the parents and teachers achievement or a combination of the two are enhanced.All .
School Board governing business meetings,viz.: "A 11 business change (whom they look to for leadership and guidance) I can students can fit into one of the threecategories: It will
meetings held by a Service Club must be held on campus su- see little hope for wholesome attitudes on the part of the White bring together top students from all the sattelite schools af-
pervised by the teacher-sponsor. students in the near future. fording keener competition thus paving the way for harder
Regarding Attempts at DeFacto Segregation: I hasten to add that I have great respect and admiration for study and academic excellence; It will enhance the ancillary
(a) Many White parents are giving false addresses to assure Mr. Mark Page,the current Student Council President, who has activities of the school family such as football,band, track,
placement in schools outside of their boundaries with full worked diligently and forthrightly to effect a better understanding majorettes, drill team etc., in that the coaches and sponsors
knowledge of the administration and some school board mem and thereby effect changes' in attitude between the Whites,, will have larger number to choose from and: thereby effect ex-
bers-in clear violation of State statutes. Blacks, and Latins of the Edison Senior High School,student cellence . not to say anything of the money opposed to out-
(b) The improper use of pupil assignment cards to effect a body, and I extend my personal good wishes for continued suc- fitting five teams or five bands which money could be used for
higher percentage of White students In certain schools which cess in all of his future undertakings The President-elect will something else. If more than one team is desirous then there

will fa effect cause some schools to become nearly all black. have a giant to follow. could be one varsity, a Central North, a Cental South, Eastor
(c) Opening the boundaries of the Junior High Schools to allow West team; it would effect a greater stability of the various
White students to go to schools in a predominantly White Q. On the question of choosing a new site for the new Edi- communities in that there would be no need for running away

neighborhood Insuring that Edison Junior High will become all son Senior High School there is a division in thinking betweenMr. for there would be no other school to run to, or to run from;
or nearly all black and Latin in clear violation of the intentof Charles Hadley and others and yourself. How do you respond the Central site affords easily acceasable ingress and egress
boundaries that had existed to insure some racial balanceIn to that? with a near maximum safety factor; The school board alreadyowns
all the schools. 87 acres at the central site so that there is no expensefor
(d) Relocation of the new, proposed Edison Senior High A. Unfortunately, this is true. I think that Mr. Hadley takes procuring land involved; with 87 acres, and with careful
School north of its present location, which is acentrict with the attitude of many lawyers:When you are long on the law you planning, there is room for virtually limitless expansion; the
relationship to its present boundaries, in the hope that Negro can be short on the facts; when you are short on the facts you central site is on a fringe area racially,and with the commun-
students residing near the southern boundary will transfer to must be long on the law;but when you are short on the facts ity stability that this site would ensure would be Impossiblefor
either Miami Jackson or Miami Northwestern thereby reduc- and the law; you get loud. this complex to'become an all black complex simply be-
ing the percentage of Negro students to attend Miami Edison. cause there would be no room for immigration;the school ra-' :
Q. I am not at all surprised,but what specifically were your cial ratio and balance would have to be maintained because of
Q How, will opening of the Junior High School boundaries agreements and your disagreements. the general population ration and by no stretch of the imagi-

promote defacto segregation? nation can I envision a reversal of this ratio in the foreseable I
A, The boundaires that exist before the last school board A. We argree in: future so long as communities remain stable and they con- j
meeting on May 29, 1968 regarding Edison, Horace Mann, The need for a more modern and better equipped facility; tinue to manufacture the pill.Q. I
Thomas Jefferson, Ida Fisher and Nautllls Junior High Schoolswere Better quality education all youngsters--both acade mic and
fairly definite and would insure some degree of Intergration. vocational; A more wholesome environment for the school site; It seems to me that you had a very convincing argument
The Administration states that pupil preference cards Raising the level of achievements of the individual student, in your opinion, why did the school board vote for the 87th St.

may be used reasons, such as to allow a student to black or white, and the school achlevemehf lev'ef in general: site?
receive training 'In 5 cou ses\ not offered at the school within Improving the attitudes of the teachers, parents, and the students
his boundary, and the like, but not to duck integration. The neither of which can be divorced from the other if total A. The school board voted 5 to 1 fa favor of the 87th Street
Supreme Court Decision of May 27, 1968 states in effect that education is to be Improved. site with Mr. Jack Gordonbefag lone dissenter. One mem-
pupil perference may be used primarily to enhance integration. Finally, we agree that the fundamental purpose of educationis ber was absent. One member spoke for ten minutes against the
When the boundaries of Edison Junior High School were not the training of obedient citizens in a totaletarian set- site and then voted for it.One member spoke to me at the pub-
opened, this allowed White parents to send their children to up but the development of free men in a democracy.We lic meeting and privately after the meeting that she was very
Horace Mann, Thomas Jefferson and"fda Fisher Junior fight disagree that: Interested In the complex idea and at the board meeting at-
Schools without the need for pupil preference cards. This will When major changes are made in our school system affect- tempted to delay or defer the vote, but she voted for the 87th
raise the percentage of White students in these schools and ing black white, or Latin students that they should be made Street sije (Mrs. Myers). Even the board member who pre-
will in one or two years make Edison Junior virtually all black. unilaterally as was true in this case initally. sented the motion admitted publicly that the 87th Street site
Unless a school site is chosen inanall white neighborhood, "is a lousy site but this seems the best way to keep the entire
Q. Did the bl-racial committee resolve any of these prob- the white people will take their children. of the public school white community stable." It appears to me t hat the school
lems last year? system and place them in private schools or move to another board is more.interested in stabilizing: affluent white community +
A. The bl-racial committee, moderated by Dr. Britten,the section of town: There are not enough schools(private) to ac- than they are in educating children.I believe that this j
District Deputy Superintendent, resolved all of the problems comodate a large exodus. Building private schools would be too is another one of their blunders, but then they are only mortals -
regarding the prejudices that existed and set boundaries that costly. Where would they find the teachers?How broad a cur- Board member Leahman put it aptly when he said "let's
would insure integration: in the vicinity of 25 to 35% Negro at riculum could they expect? not do nothing . let's do something even if it is wrong." It
Edison Senior High School and Edison Junior High School. That the best way to improve the culture of the ghetto childis Is obvious to me that the majority of the school board mem-
to send him to a school in an all white neighborhood: There bers are knuckling under to political pressures rather than do
Q. What is the percentage racial make-up at Edison Senior will be the same children between similar four walls bring- what they think is morally and fiscally right..
High School now? ing with them the same culture that they carry with them to the
present site and the only additional culture that they will glean Q. What do you intend to do from here?

A. As of today Negroes represent 28% of the total enroll- will be the well kept front lawns that they will see from the bus A. I will continue to fight twice as hard to secure large high I
ment at Edison Senior High School.Q. that transports them. They can got that additional "culture" school complexes and three times as hard to try to make their
simply by driving throught that area on the.Metro busses or decision work. As a responsible citizen, I owe it to all youngsters ?
Why is the percentage ratio important? their private cars. Culture is behind these well kept front to try to see to it that their education is second to none. I

A. Our position Is that less than 25%Negroes in a school is lawns, In the churches, parish halls, museums, legitimate I[ know what inferior education means. I came up under it. I
toke.nism We feel that more than 35% wUlfaallprobaWUtycause theatres, forums, civic clubs etc. in those neighborhoods,and 1
tbt school to go all black -- what with juggling boundaries -. I[ don't anticipate any sudden open-arms policy to be effected Q. What are your recommendations now?
practices--and secondly just because a school is placed there.We cannot run from our
and llleggal pupil preference administration The leadership should come from the top down and not
the years that tae identity. Why not learn and understand more about our own
experience has shown over funds into a predominantly Ne- Culture and develop it more? from the bottom up. The school board should do the job that
will not pump sufficient quality of education In these schoolsgro Fears for the safety of the white children if a site is chosenin they were elected to do and not let the general public do it for 1
school to upgrade the be directed to the needs of all the
meetings Their should I
strategy black-white I submit them. thinking
We are holding the Negro-Latin area or a fringe area: -
where it Is so badly needed. children and not to the affluent few. Their primary function
to you that bombings, murders, assaults, and robberiesoccur i
now on the latter.Q. should be education and not community stability. Positive,firm
not infrequently on 79th Street Causeway, Bal Harbour, I
Were any of the recommendations of the bi-racial com- Collies Avenue, and Key Biscayne as well as Biscayne Bou- steps should betaken to end all prejudices at Miami Edison +
mittee implemented at Edison Senior High School levard and there are no Negroes living in these places. Arrests Senior and if necessary to replace those who are unable or :
sit-in at Edison Senior High School made at marajuana pot parties and In the North end of the unwilling to treat all students fairly and impartially from the I
A. Up until the of the recommendations hadIm- 'County with the Hippie set wlth'1h irlewdness and lavicious- top administrator on down . no one is indispensable. The :
24 1968
May assistantplemented interested citizens should take a more active -
and other
ness and open promiscuity as well as abortions are primarily
Negro teachersane Nem'as
including more of asked with'other groupsnot black groups.On the possible mon- role In ferreting out these problems and try to solve them :
principals with the exception expellingbth d recently at the lowest echelon .namelvjthe\school level. Negro par-
stillexlst) jrllization of the races if there is too close contact or fraternization -. I
Which some activities ; tthat In the dissent where but from a position of
understand ents
for Service Club. : You have only to look around you and you see ,
re-instatement as
in been resolved think back acts ..all the facts.A little knowledge is a dangerous thing.
problems have' age light, tan, brown and black Negroes. Suppose you I
of these
and past week many will be implemented fa the year 68-69.i four hundred years and you tell me who mongrolized the races. We should all take a second look at our set of values and better j
hopefully they Opening the boundaries of the Junior High schools of this them. I think that this quotation from the late John F. Kennedy ;
Duncan, the Principal of is at this time "Each of us should look around +
Q. What is your appraisal of Mr. 'urea is a means of the stabilizing the white community: The appropo ;
Edison Senior High School? best way to stablize the white community Is for them to stay himself and try to right the wrongs thathe sees. One man can
correct in bis thinking, but where they are and not run. mate the difference, but every man should try.' jf j
A, I believe that he Is morally
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1". Over
k The Marlins took the lead in the Eastern Division by defeatIng -

4 :. Tampa in their first double header of the season. The first --
game ended 5-4 in a sqeaker and the second finished the same BASEBALL LEARNS THERE IS SENTIMENT

i ;: way, 1-0. The most Improved pitcher on the Marlin staff is I IN THE SPORT
: '. Tony Sebastian who in his last two games has been superb. There are absolutely no news lines tn at could have taken

.', I In his last game against the leading Tampa Tarpons of the precedence over the happenings of last week's trail of

I :( Western Division he didn't walka batter and struck out four in Star Bethune-Cookman Twin tragedy but there were some occurrences that came out of

( 7 innings. So far his record is 5.2, struck out 37 and walked the aftermath of Senator Kennedy's assassination, that drew

13. His earned run average of 2.60 is not too bad. Bill Ray, loud and arrid comments'' from the public the country over-

t', Marlins pinch hitting star, still leads with a.303 average, not Ends In Tragic DrowningThe one is baseball's disrespectful attitude.
bad for not playing regular Moe Hill leads.The regulars with Baseball, which is known to have gotten its signals crossed

I: .292. The Marlins have a 6.2 edge over Tampa. Larry John more than once before was the same mixed up unorganization
: son is crowding Moe Hill for runs batted in leadership. Moe tragic deaths Samuel 1 1 The Coopers, perhaps the it has been many times before.

i ,; holds the edge 27-25.Talkin 'about the umpiring in the Florida and Daniel Cooper, identical 1 greatest receivers to don a While the entire world stood in humble respect to the slain

t L' State League whichhasn't been any good. I am not referring twins from Plant City who> B-CC Wildcat uniform since senator, the grafty owners of baseball's goldmines were still

I to the Marlins only. It has been just as bad for the other team. at were Bethune-Cookman star pass catching ends!.: Coach Jack McC lairen,accounted digging for gold and making a horrible spectacle of themselves
I must Louie Bonitex does of them all hasr College for morethan
say the best job he in the process.It .
the experience. He makes his mistakes sometimes,no one is cast a dark shadow over the points and over 1000 yards in was the concensus of all respectful sport-loving citizens

perfect. Next weeks,schedule; Saturday June 15, Marlins vs. coming Wildcat football sea- two seasons. Last season that either Saturday or Sunday could have been void of base-

Ft. Lauderdale; Monday, Tuesday, June 17-18 Marlins St. son. Samuel was the Wildcat's sec- ball in honorable respect for Senator Robert Kennedy, but
Samuel died
a hero he
as ond with 42
Petersburg; Wednesday, Thursday, June 19-20, Marlins vs leading scorer baseball grumpily did not choose to do this, except for a few
rushed in rough waters to aid
20 for
points. He caught
Lakeland. teams and a few players, who readily chose to relinquish their
his brother, Daniel: who ap- 217 yards and six touchdowns
QUARTERBACK LUCHEON monetary glitter to brighten their civic pride.
DOLPHINS peared to be in trouble at a while brother Daniel grabbed
Commissioner Eckert who was not forceful enough with his
More than 175 turned out at the Season's first Miami Dolphin beach outing. 18 for 313 yards and three ,
act of appeasment tried to please all-not heeding the words of
Quarterback Luncheon June 6. at the Everglades Hotel. Only one person survivedthe touchdowns.
Lincoln, who said "you can't please them all at all times!
Special praise was heaped on Metro Commissioner Earl Car- tragedy which took the Samuel was an All Confer
Baseball has indeed struck-out but has learned
: roll; blind WAME Disk Jockey Joe Walker and your sports lives of the Coopers, both 21, ence End two consecutive ; probably by
now that it is sentimental heart that its fans give to the
'I writer. Carroll, in one of his first public appearances since Lula Wood and Butler Vickers, years. Daniel won the same sport.

I' r; being elected the first Negro to serve on the County Commission 22, a 1968 graduate of Be- honor last year.

; pledged his support of the Dolphins and all sports, ama- thune Cookman Co 11 e g e. Honor students majoring in CLAY'S APPEAL DENIED'

teur and professional, in the community.he was very well renoivorl Doris Bennett, 18, was pulled Mathematics, they were already -
I I n from the water by an off duty being scouted by five Cassius Clay, the ex-heavyweight boxing champion, was denied -
.( j' n. policeman and his friend. professional football teams. a hearing Monday by the 5th U, S. Circuit Court of Appealson
his conviction for induction into
refusing the armed forces.
II f "The twins were more thana They often talked about sign-
i ray coaches' dream said The appeal denial paved the way for Clay's lawyers to take
Ing as a "package.
Headcoach Jack his fight to a void a prison sentence to the U. S. Supreme Court.
McClairen. Sam and Dan outstanding
Clay commented that he was not surprised by the decisionof
"A coach is usually happy to also on the B-CC track the
New Orlenas Appellate Court.
produce one 'super star' in a team as members of the 440
three Even if all efforts fail, there is at least a year between now
year period. These
guys yard relay team.
and when Clay start his maximum
: were much morethan ordinaryon may serving sentence of
five and
years $10,000 fine.
and off the playing field. At Marshall High School in

With their clean gentle man- Plant City they participated in I

ner they could very easily have every available competitive TO F WINNER-CASPER FAVORED IN U.S. OPEN

been the best loved students at sports program, excelling in
Billy Casper is taking on the 68th US Open as top money winner
B-CC if they had never touch- basketball, baseball, track
and favorite of the field of 150.
ed a football. and football.
The 6,962 yard par 70 Oak Hill Course is said to favor the

sniper and not the slugger thus putting a decided advantageon

Oft-Postponed Opera Set For the side of the beeline shooter who has already garneredfour

tournaments valued at $124,243 this year.

Left to right: Joe Robbie, Dolphins president and General At Trailing Casper in winnings are Tom Weiskopf $85,552,
Manager; Bud, W. H. Keland, chairman Executive Committee; Park George Archer $83,146, Miller Barber$68,029, BeorgeKnudson -

Joe Thomas Executive of Player Personnel; Joe Walker $60,230, Bobby Lunn $57,931,Arnold Palmer$54,468, Lee
WAME blind disc jockey. Metropolitan Dade County's ;at the University of Miami Trevino $54,426, Kermit Zarley $54,139 and Gardner Dickinson

{ first "Snowmobile Opera," School of Music,and Guild sopranos -, $52,980.
.' Walker was Introduced by Club President Bob Gallagher as postponed twice last month because ] Margaret Boydston and

*t "A Man who stands as a model of fortitude." Also taking a bow of inclement weather, (Claudia Klug, also will be fea EXCELSIOR AND EXCELSIORETTES

\ for his cooperation with American Football League team has been rescheduled for 7:45: I tured. CELEBRATE ANNUAL TROPHY BALLA

was your sports writer. For us it was a privilege because we p.m., Monday, June 17, at Opera Guild impresario

concur heartily with Dolphin President Joe Robbie who told Olinda Park, NW 22nd Ave.and Arturo dlFlUppi and Mayor group of Miami's best bowlers met Saturday night at the

\ ;; the gathering of football players, coaches and civic boosters, 51st Terrace. 1 Hall conceived the idea of a PBA Hall NW 44th St., and 17th Ave to celebrate their annual

i' "Sports is more of a benefit to the spectator than the player, Scenes from Johann :showmobile 0 per a- in-the. Trophy Ballard to receive their awards and trophies for a sea-

it offers a channel for his emotions as he roots for his favorite Strauss' popular operatta, ;park soon after the portableunit son of improved and excellent bowling.

team or player." Too, let us not minimize the great boost to "Die Fledermaus" (The Bat), was purchased by Dade The Excelsiors, the all male league, which has been etting

r our economy that stems from the Dolphins.The amount is in sung in English, will be pre->
: the millions, to say nothing oft the great pleasure that accures sented by the Opera Guild of "The showmobile is an excellenthcllityinwhich siorettes, the league, which gives the female counterparts of
I( from watching the best in pro football. And without the Dol- Greater Miami in cooperation the males a chance to prove their skill at bowling, were out

phins, as Robbie also said, there would be no super bowl in with Mayor Chuck Hall and the |bring miniature opera to we people can in full force along with their guest, whose happy faces madea
Miami? So get behind th Dolphins . Join the quarterbackclub Dade Park and
County recrea- who cannot afford to attend pleasant back-drop for the dozens of flitter ing trophies that
by phoning Bernie Rosen at 3778241. And better yet tion
Depatment. such programs said Dr. di- were presented to the individual bowlers.
buy your season ticket now. Just call Jack MacGowan at 377- The
program is open to the Filippi. Both leagues recognize the invaluable assistance the sponsors
0738. Other officials present were; City Manager Melvin public free of charge. have been and wish to thank them for their cooperation

Reese, Lew Price, Director of Miami MetroNews Bureau, his Resembling a troupe of "We hope ,to present more knowing fully that the entire season of fun would not have been;

assistant, Lee Evans, Howard Berger, assistant Manager traveling "Pagliacci' players musical programs throughoutDade possible without their aid

numerous others. the Opera Guild cast of 30 ; County,' said Mayor

AL ,JONES AND BLOW IN REMATCHAl will perform from Dade Hall" "Although the show- THREE BULLS SIGN WITH NORFOLK

County's new portable"Show- mobile has been extensivelyused
Jones, the 6-6 south heavyweight contender from Mi- mobile,' a self-contained unit here, we consider the Northwestern High athletes Coleman Thomas, Mike Nicholson -

ami, heads the next boxing card this coming Tuesday night at equipped with a 35-foot stage, June 17 program the official and Barry Blue have signed grants-in-aid to attend Nor
Miami Beach Auditorium. Jones will meet an opponent who christening." folk State College.
hydraulic lift
canopy -
.name close to beating him several months .
from, Los Angeles, Calif. ago -Matt Blow, lighting, and sound sys- "?.' ....u........'............u.u..............._
tern. i I
The 230-pound left handed knockout artist comes off a draw
outI I
Since the program is j
with Zora Folley, the Phoenix, Ariz heavyweight who
gave doors it is
suggested that !|
Cassius Clay a better battle than of
any Clay's previous op rv A/ ..
those attending bring pillows' rai. srr}:{:v
ponents. Jones pressed Folley the j
throughout 10-rounder and
or pads to make seating on the !
had Folley's nose bleeding freely. Most thought Jones deserved grass more comfortable. ,!
the decision for his aggressiveness but the judge's vote the
Opera Guild artists featured
affair close
enought to be a draw.
in "Die Fledermaus" include -
Blow went 10-rounds, with Jones and presented a defense '
Ruth Raffo I
soprano asA
which Jones ,
couldn't solve. Had he been more offense-minded

their first bout, he may have come up the winner. He was par soprano dele;, as Barbara Rosalinda Gladsden Joseph, | ....... FAT
; |
ticularly effective with a right hand lead which the
caught big Papa, tenor, as Eisenstein f . .
> . . .
southpaw with consistent regularity.N ; ti'ti; ':f;}}}};: ;;:}:; ::'?':{ }}} }:;;::}: ::'{::.h.irr; { n.
and Flora Lerman, mezzo-so- i?
H S TRACK CHAMPS GO TO MIAMI DADE prano, as Prince Orlofsky. Also f M /(15 nDja all th

Miami-Dade North state junior college track champions,announced Daniel Green, baritone, as |: / +
the signing of seven members from Northwestern'sstate Dr. Falkel Edmund Cava, | '
high school champions Monday. tenor, as Alfred, and Lisa I|;}SC :.y'??:;' kr ''Yi'':{!:f iMIlI1 ;

Signed were sprinters Joe Quinlan | :h:;:} '} :?':4i } { .
and titi '
Randolph Thomas Hargrett soprano, as Sally.Dr. a: { : itivr: fi:};}}: :?'}} '}::r:}:}:{::{:
{ pole vaulters Ernest Saunders and Charles Ross, half miler Paul Csonka will conduct. The _/dL YGiYM1'YiN'IYfVrNNSM'Jritiwvi'i0r; : } t ad}0v+lY' ;{'}rd4} N
James Linder, distance runner Charles Washington and long, Opera Guild Chorus will also
1 ;;. and high Jumper Arthur Spicer. participate in the perfor

*. The Falcons have also signed Antolin Cavellero andArturo mance.

Delgado from Miami High,Joyce Love and Donald Jasper from Three additional artists,

;; 4 l r.: Jackson and Walter Davis from Booker T. Washington. contralto Joan Storr,a student

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THE Voters of Dade CountyEARL
5843 NW 696.3511 17th ;Avenue Earl Edwards, Prop.SHADDIE'S Public Accountant

Income Tax Notary
6112 NW 7th Avenue Live Entertainment We.kendUPHOLSTERY 5264 N W 24th AvenueS.
Assasinations have been an Martin W. Smith

unfaithful act to our community. L. McNEAL
It often makes you wonder FUNERAL HOMES Bookkeeping & Tax Service
what will happen to an individual RAHMINGS EVERGREEN 5509 AL'S NW UPHOLSTERY 7th Avenue 1730 NW 57th Street
that stands for all people MORTUARY 759.8907 691.2114
that has an idea and is willingto 1744 NW 371-3343 3rd Avenue

live by that idea and if necessary REALTORSBROWN
PeJtlU1 :

three most shocking tragediesthat 6701 NW 15th Avenue 4740 NW 7th Avenue ...... llorta ItII. +or
I have felt close to my 691.9151 754.0655

heart in the past few years LAUNDRY &
have been the assasination of SAVE UP TO 40%
the late Senator Robert F. f ON
WILLIAMS' 4310 N.W. 7th AvweMud.
Kennedy, noble peace prize TAILORS & CLEANERS Auto Insurance Flerid.r .
winner, Dr Martin Luther 1 Day Service Alterations
King, and our beloved late 4842 NW 27th Avenue Liability Physical I
Phones 634.9251
John F. Kennedy CARROLL DamageSR
I had the pleasure of communicating
by mail with the
late Sen. Robert Kennedy and Metro Commissioner EDW. BRYANT'S One Refused

was putting my wills into motion GARAGE GOOD DRIVERSNo t

in trying to make him the -- 4382 NW 32nd Avenues t Finance Chargeas
next President of the United ]Kennedy idea of living with GRADUATION EXCRISE!) 635-4210 little as
States. Basically, I was first I pride and dignity. w. o. rv
inspired by the Kennedys backin There has been rumors that 1 s s WE WIRE FLOWERS
1960 by his brother, John vice president Hubert Hum INN AT SHELL'S CITY ANYWHERE

Kennedy. I was one of those individuals I phrey would like very much to The pleasure of your presence = (South Door) "'.00 MI"'''''',",
that set back and let I*have Sen. Ted Kennedy to join is requested at Graduation PLAZA INSURANCE Cod. 305
someone else have the headaches I*him as vice president on the Exercises of Jackson's DOUBLE ACTION
and make efforts to :]Democratic ticket. I feel per- Toddle Inn, Thursday, June 20 /COLORSGRAYHAIRBUCX AGENCY 754-8061
make the total community a :sonally that he should accept at 8 o'clock, at BrownsvilleJr. 2 DRESSES HAIR IN PLACE Phone:754-4951
better community. Part of the I*the position if offered as both . High School, 4899 NW24th 5941 NW 7th Avenue 758-4371
philosophy of the late Sen. I of his late brothers did as to Avenue. -_
'have served in a public elected
Robert Kennedy was-he saw tiOME 5 YRS OF AAA
wrong and tried to right it, he saw suffering and tried to stopit
he saw war and tried to endit that they lived for and BUSINESS 759-4603 SR-22 Filing
and he was also against the status quo in America.He I the alledged conspiracythat Ideal School for Train- Don't be fooled bylaw down payments for applicationswhich We have
do not give insurance coverage.
campaigne vigorouslyfor I we have in America! is ing Nurses Aides is holding its been In business for you two generations and take prideIn
his brother for the presi- dency in 1960. He campaigned let's accept new ideas and 25, at 8 p.m. The exerciseswill honest answers We Insure you with. companiesthat
give the lowest possible rates.LOW
vigorously for himself,for his 'new ways of getting the Job take place at the school you MONTHLY PAYMENTS
2380 West
Senate seat of New York and 'done. Flagler Street. !i:). GOODMAN & SONS ,
was campaigning vigorously I 2633 N\ 62nd ST. QX( l-WJO
for the nomination of the I I nIL'' jjii INSU' RAN C ]

presidency of the Democratic I

party. He touched the people of i Buy firSt class !nsurane
America and was touched by RESPONSIBILITY Low monthly payments KING THE' TAILOR
the people of America.He wasa i SR 22 filed immediately
true scorpio fighter, which i MONTHLY pAYMfHT HAH "The Pants King"
was the sign that he was born Compare Us With Otherall!!

the better he liked it. AGENCY

One: of the most dishearten I 3497 JNWiZth AVENUE Notary Service TI Pants Made to Measure Any Style
things that I could observe in
reference to the news media EARL CARROLL From: $19.95
and the status quo thinkers is I JIM LEVENSON, Own r Phon* 635.7507 Ins..Agency of Fla. Fast Service Perfect Fit Guaranteed

that when he was nominated by 4602 NW 7th AVENUE Thousands of Patterns for Your Approval
his brother in 1960 for the At-
torney General seat they said WE'VE MOVED!!!

that he was too young and too Magic City & Harlem Cabs "'
'Since 1949"THE
inexperienced to hold such a
job His brother, then the Operating the Citgo Service Station THERESA FLORIST COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE

president replied that, "he NEW STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
1501 NW 62 St. 5841 NW 17th Avenue
may not be the best man in LOCATION
America for the Job, but he is Expert Funeral Designs
the best man avialable." He NEW 696.6400 THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL VET TVTED

worked long and strenuoUshours PHONESERVING
to serve his country to THE BROWNSVI LLE DOWN- Corsages
the best of his ability and after .
resigning from the Attorney TOWN PHONE 693.4531

General's Job he seeked the CITY AREAS) Night: 621.6056
Senate seat for New York,and
that old nasty word of"Johnny
Come Lately" that inefficient
people use was used againsthim Learn a lifetime Profession for just pennies 18 Years of Responsible

in New York. But he won. Expert Barbering Expert Processing Building Service to
Kennedy with his new ideasto Expert Wig Styling The Community MUFFLERS

try and obtain a better Both'Women and Men are Welcome When Buying or Building -j
America for all of the peopleand Night & Day Classes -- rs
to change the concept that ( CALL STANLEY
this is the way that it has been
Jackson College
for years, and since it has been o PL '1-3604 _t s

this way for years let's leaveit 6225 NW 22 AVE. 6919335Res. beautiful Homes
this way. He was not afraidto 688-8310 Built on Your
stand on the firing line for Lot OursAttractive
Mr. W. Jackson, Director or
his beliefs and mostly every A I-
young American or young at, ,111 te ra11 Ion. and
heart was with him all the way. Additions
When I learned of his death, Ilni Let us Demolish
my heart was heavy becausewe Fresh Fish & Chicken Daily Your Worn and Builda OutHouse r

believed in the same typeof Lovely New
ideas. I do hope that the COOKED WHILE YOU WAIT Home
people that believe as RobertF. CRACKED CONCH Call Us for Facts About i- ;

Kennedy believed will not POTATO & MACARONI SALAD Building L j1i
lose faith in the idea that h e FRENCH FRIES Good Bank Financing 1 ; u
stood for and died for because STANLEY BUILDERSInc.

there are millions of other Northwest Fish & Poultry 2450 NW 4h Street
people that feel the same way Licensed Insured |
I must take off hat to the
Kennedy family He my lived with 7506 NW 17th ,Ave. I 888 Miami N. E., 79th Florida Street 6334300C.

Pride, his family continuedstill
with his death in a true


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t ,. 30 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June,14, 1968
o .
Widely known 50 room hotel,
Football RENT
, t.::: By R. LUTHER BRAYBOY, SR. games at the Orange BUNCHE PARK restaurant and bar, down.
1(" \' Bowl are typical of the FREE town Miami in Urban Renew.
" '" year-round sports action expected Your lot as payment al area. Owner, Managerwants
:, The cry and plea by public officials for law and order has by American TV view- 3 bedroom, 1 bath Small Down Payment to retire-will sell
.' : ; been the paramount issue by every white candidate running for ers. The network records the 16231 Bunche Park Buys lovely convertible 3 for $160,000. 29% down.
1 public office. It is quite obvious that this law and order massage event and pipes the picture to bedroom home plus 3 rental
t : was meant and directed at the rioting segment of the Ne- i ib truck. Then, it Is sent to a East Drive unit. Located in beautifulNW Jack Thomas, Inc.
:: gro population. Then came the death of Senator Robert F. Kennedy telephone company mobile Bus stop adjacent to 5th Av. & 47th St. area
'I. This great loss of a potentially great nun loss of a p0- unit, which beams it to the property Call 865-0472 for details. Realtor 379.1631
tentially great man nukes one look deeper into law and the nearest switching center for 864.4412
wanton lawlessness that has swept through this nation since relay across the country via I
the desegregation order by the U. S. Supreme Court'in 1954.I' telephone facilities
Men like Orvual Fabus, Ross Barnett, and George Wallace;
to name a few, have been Just as lawless as the man who fired
I the shots that killed Senator Kennedy. These men were headsof King Realty, Inc. of MiamiBE -

I' their respective states and they defied the highest courtin
the land and the orders of the President of the United States, REALTYIROKER Size Buy.' REAL TORS 8000 Ny.V 7th
yet impunity has been their escort throughout their infamous ISOUR Ave,
V escapades. Wallace is now running for the highest office in the KINGDOM '
.:: land and the man who shot Medegar Evers was around> to run
for the office of Lieutenant Governor.Not one law maker in the

'0 nations capitol had enough grit in his craw to call a special OPEN 7 DAYS 6a3.28B1
session of Congress and enact laws that would have put a stop
{"S to the lawless ways of these respectable southern gentlemen.The .
national terriost that are surely going to take this country SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
apart from within have taken advantage of the weakness showu Modern CBS home on 86th Terr. Near NW 20th
by the government when these men were running their gaunt- Ave. Jalousie windows, awnings, large rooms.
lett of disobedience. When the head of state is lawless the peo- FHA $11,500, $350 down and $76.98 month.
ple cannot be otherwise whenever said lawlessness is directed -
at the Negro, the few and anyother minority group. WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION
Briefs from a long finer nail. .. Mrs. Jestine Matthews has Modern CBS at 935 NW 83rd Terr. Carport, awn
ings terrazzo floors, Fla room (can be used asthird VA
Just returned home from the graduations of son Hewitt (Teddy) .
Matthews Jr., and Ladella (Toby) Matthews, who is now Mrs. bedroom) stove, refri erator air conditioner LIST THAT'S OUT THIS WEEK
andut.FIIA $12,800
Cecil Hicks.Son Teddy graduated from Mercer School of Phar- freshly painted inside price ,
$400 down and $85.62 month. Vacant, wehave keys.
macy of Macon, Ga., with honors, while Mrs.Hicks graduatedfrom
Tuskegee Alabama. Mr. and Mrs. Hicks now reside in NO QUALIFYING MOVE IN!
i Biloxi, Miss.,where he has just been commissioned a 2nd 9226-28 NW 18 AVENUE
\ Lieutenant. . Miss Yvette Gray is homr from Florida A&M 3 bedroom home on large lot. Jalousie windows, 1 bedroom furnished. Only $11,500 $350 down.
. Miss Sandra Knowles on the scene again from Kentucky stove, refrigerator. Near NW 22nd Ave. & 81st No closing costs. A steal!
I' down and
I I State. That's thirty for this time till next time buy the Times. Terr. Price only $7,000.$1,000 $75 (no.

WITHOUT PROTECT HIDING YOUR FURNITURE ITS BEAUTY.CUSTOM Lovely corner 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS home. Jalousie 2 bedroom beauty. Fenced. Move right in.

MADE windows, fenced yard, pretty patio, bar-b- 3831 NW 115 STREET
$! + que, wall to wall carpeting, terrazzo floors, FHA 3 bedroom, 2 bath, no qualifying. What !
:4 price only $13,500 with $450 down and $90.10mo.

SLIP COVERS (Our Opo-locka number is 624.3666)). OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE
Nil ruiiTtUAIANTIID IISISTANT Large 4 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS and garage in back specialize in homes for persons being displaced

... w01t1 dtNl has 2 apartments. Location at 48 NW 48th St. is in Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing
tiuiWCIKKAN.INir .-... +T0tt.F a s tilt? ideal, near everything. Price $16,500$3,000 Projects. Veterans call to see if you qualify.
MTIIIUIAiimiNua sus tt down and $130 month. Good buy. Live rent free II You're only a phone call away.
limnSSfiiRii o
feVESEXCLUSIVELY SLIPCOVERS F NIGNT We1:have':some, 5 and 6 unit rental properties.0",- ((1)) 1420 NW 37th St. CBS, no qualifying,

887.2140 YoiT'can obtain with; reasonable{ .down! payment. '\'J 2 bedroom, Fla room, garage, $700 down.
House ot Gretchen jq"dFormerly Priced'very sensibly,and' give. very good're1uiea;.ri

Gretchen-Nicholas Plastic CovenItVOOLWORTH'5 on your investment. Come and see! <. ', ,' .,'of,/'...:..;.' ((2)) 1174 NW 67th St. CBS,3 bedroom, $500

down, no qualifying.

new,3 bedroom CBS, awnings, jalousie windows ((3)) 1619. & 21 NW 38th St. 2 houses on 1
gas wall heater, terrazzo floors, stove, re-
lot. $800 down. No Good
frigeratorwashing machine. Bargain at $13,000 qualifying. in
FHA with $400 down and $80.82 month. (Our come.
Opa-Iocka numberis 6243666)).

SPORT SMSnylon ((4)) 4001 NW 19th Ave. CBS, 2 bedroom, 2

EXCEPTIONAL HOME REAL SHOWPLACE! bath, CBS, $700 down, no qualifying.

This 3 bedroom bath beauty is on 2 corner lots.
... ....... Double carport, tile roof, oil heat, awnings, jalousie House be fixed and painted.
\: windows, air conditioners, large modern
((5)) 4407 NW 17th Ave. 2 houses 1 lot.
i kitchen, appliances wall to wall carpeting, on
r sprinklers, fenced. FHA price 18500.800 down ,, No qualifying. $700 down.
$118.76 month and seller pays all closing costs

: 3639 NW 15th Ave. 635.4595
Pretty 3 bedroom CBS, new area. Jalousie win.
I i dows, carport, terrazzo floors, spotless inside
and out. Bargain I at $12,000, $400 down and
$74.41 month, FHA. Near school, shopping, etc.

u windows, wall heat, fenced 3014 NW 19 STREET (Broker)

yard, pool, stove, r.frlgerator. Bargain at $11,000 "
FHA. $350 down and 68.31 month. 693-4772 .r CALL 635-3177


VV': Corner home on large landscaped fenced lot, 2 BDRM, I BATH, Liv. rm., din. area, kitchen,
awnings, jalousie windows, carport, large modern front encl. porch, top location. $11,000, $350 dn,
kitchen, appliances, air conditioned, 26 ft. pool $73.53 month.

.. t' 4\ $450 sprinklers down,, $97.01 circular FHA price| $14,500 ,' 3 BDRM, IY2 BATH, Liv rm, Fla rm, kitchen, din.

::" '; 9 area, gar., tile rf, plus 1 bdrm apt. $18,500, $1,000dn
tf 3 BDRM, 2 BATH Liv Flo K din.
rm, rm, rm.,
OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR gar., $20,500, $1,675 down, $133.96 mo.
$100 DOWN
l;; \ DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY 2 BDRM, 2 BATH, Liv rm, Fla rm, built-in K,
:. fI'Itlrssi .. din ""i Ut rm, gar., waterfront, Luxury, $24,500,
$1,900 down, $156 month.
knit f'asualsBAN.LON@SHIRTS
Can t Beat This!! Doll House. 2 bdrm, 1 bath,
REALTYBROKER $11,000, $1,100 down, $70 mo. pays all.

Genuine Bargain!! Gar, extras, 3 bdrm, 1 bath,
$12,500, $1,200 down, $110 mo. pays all.

Short sleeve style with 3- 4932 NW 7th Ave. Real ValueH Home & Income: Two 2-bdrm houseson

button placket. Machine JJj01'1 Yields $200 mo' income. $13,500 ,
washable, quick drying. 39B PL 9-4371 $1,500 down. $100 mo.

.. Always keeps its shape. In
nine colors. S-M-L-XL. 16000 NW 27 Ave
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624-3666 TUNE IN TO JON CARLTON in the Real Estate-

'I W .....,,..@ '. Open Evenings. Sundays Corner, WMBM, 1490 KC, Friday 3:00 p.m. and
,: .: YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE AT "'.,,,''.'',rf ..'"'.!Ii' ,' , <; r v, i" j.i'I ,. 1tIfJ".;'!!" 9:00: P.m. Get Real Estate information and call
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FOR RENT Jobmobiie
ADS 1 bedroom home unfurnished. Locations SECTION

Adults only. Vicinity 24th Ave Private entrance 2 bedrooms -
15 WORDS OR LESS 150. 5 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD ;and 43rd St. NW. $75 month. This is where the Jobmobileis un'U rn. apt., Adult i.

DEADLINE FOR I 691-4668. : No ptts.
CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY n P.M. .. Monday, June 17, 7:30 a.m.
1 "'""" ll I Furnished large 1 bedroom to 4:30 p.m. NW 72nd St. and 759-4174
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE apartment $22 week includes 22 Ave. (James E. Scott Project 691-& 145,

1771 NW 81st.TERRACE CLEAN carpets with ease, No qualifying. Move i g h tin lights, gas, water, waste re- ). .
No qualifying, move right in. Blue Lustre makes the job a Modern CBS 2 bedroom bath :moval. Responsible adults.No Tuesday, June 18, 730am.: HOME AWAY
2 bedrooms, CBS, Fla. room, breeze. Pant electrict sham- Fla. room. Carport tile roof, children. 2221 NW 57th St.Seer to 4:30: p.m. NW 62nd St. and
air-conditioned panelledwalls Pooer $1. star Hardware Co. hardwoo floor, close in town between 12 and 2 Saturday. 27 Ave. (Stevens parking lot). FROM HOME!!!

furnished, large lot.See 8747 NW 22nd Ave.WASHINGTON. location. E-Z down monthly Wednesday, June 19, 7:30 Beautiful private home for

and call owner 758-5400. payment arrange. Atlantic and Large 1 bedroom furnished a.m. to 4:30p.m.NW12thAve. rent. Dally Bath.
PARK Pacific Realtors. 666-0411. apartment. Walk-In closets and 54th St. (Grandway parking Air conditioned, wall to

BEER AND WINE BAR. Choice New three bedroom, one bath nicely furnished Floridaroom lot). 'wall carpet throughout,
NW location.Good income Low carporte FHA $700 down. See Pretty CBS 3 bedroom 1 1/2 adults. $85' per month. 757- Thursday, June 20, 7:30 completely furnished in
rent. Good parking.Only$2500 1438 NE 152nd St. TU 87583.TF bath Florida room. Built in 0086. 'a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Douglas Rand d good taste, beautiful porch,
handles this moneymaker. Net ( ) oven-ranged,fenced. FHA $450 US. I. (Coconut Grove), lawn furniture flowers

$150 week. State Bsuiness down $93 month. Vet. or diSplaced 1756 NW 85th St. Furnished. Friday June 21, 7:30 a.m fruit trees, and'attractive

Brokers, 765 NE 79th St. 759- 446 NW 44th Street corner person $100 down At- A nice efficiency. lights and to 4:40 p.m. NW 17th Ave.and front and back yards.
lantic and Pacific Realtors, 75th St. (Joe's'Market). ALL UTILITIES FURN.
4368. carport enclosed porch 2 water 'free. $25 deposit. Rent
bedrooms, stove, and refrig- 6660411. $20.. Men only Mrs. Rountree. INCLUDING TELEPHONEMove
eratorFHA FOR SALE right in-Comfortable
OUR BEST BUY $9,000only
Total price $8,500, with only $300 down (vets $100 and 221 Like new CBS 2 bedroom 1 bath 2258 1/2 NW 58th Street. A 3 bedroom, 2 bath, gar. Florida living.

$300 down and $90 a month people) $80.56 monthly 15 Florida room. Tile roof, largelot. nice private room lights and age. SHOWN by APPOINTMENTCALL

pays all for only 15 .years. year mortgage no closing Fine area.Air conditioner water free. Men only. Deposit 1809 NW 41st Street 9 a.m. to 5 pjn. y I
Large 2 bedroom 1 bath home costs don't let this one get FKA $400 down $83 month. $25. 7195 NW 15th Court 6915283Evenings 1

with large eatin kitchen and awayl! Aetna Realty (Broker), Veteran or displaced person Buy Like Rent & Weekends I
rear Florida room, wall to 811 NW 54th St., Ph.7575724open $100 down. Atlantic and Paci- Nice apartment for steadily Cash Paid Out for Lots 696-2538 I
wall carpet beautiful a must 7 days. fic Realtors 666-0411. employed single man only. JE 8-1340

References. $11.50 week plus
see. Veterans or displaced -
persons only $100 down 6735 NW 4th Ave. gorgeous! FHA I I I FHA I I I FHA I I II I tax. 121 NW 39th Street. I I

near the bus and schools most 2 bedroom, air-conditioned, Only $250 downpaymentor
desired convient area. Call stove and refrigerator FHA, $100 to Veterans. 2 bedroom Room, efficiency and apart- Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE 1
Ben-Kori value $10,500-closing cost homes ment $12 week and up. Near
anytime A. Real- CBS (we have 2 with
tor 759-2425. $350 down (vets $100 and 221 monthly payments of $66 to the beach 421 WashingtonAve. "MR JACK"
people $100)) $74.34 monthly $70) call us on these 2 homes Apt. 9. (Jun. 28)) FOR

BEST AREA this is a real beauty see for locations, and we will be STYLES FOR ALL AGES

Total price FHA terms $14- today Aetna Realty (Broker)I I glad to drive you to them.Call The Very Latest in Men's Fashions

300, with $450 down, this is a 811 NW 54thSt., Ph.757-5724,,I Fenster Realty (Broker) 759- HELP WANTED SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
2 bedroom 1 bath CBS with open 7 days. 8779.
large hardwood floors. Near Beck's Barber Shop. 6612 NW ITALIAN SHOES
$450 DOWN BE A LANDLOR)I 18th Avenue
busses and schools. A. Ben-
Kori, Realtor call anytime 2025-27 NW 91st Street CBS 5: BEAUTY SHOP
859-2425. duplex, large center carport- Painter need not be exper
85 x 117 lot FHA value$13- (2 chairs) plus 2 ienced. Drivers license pre-

BEAUTIFUL DUPLEX 700 no closing costs $92, rental units, excellent money ferred Henry E, Stirrup; DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS

FHA terms total price$13,500with 18 monthly stoves and re. maker. New area perfect location painting contractor. 1926 1/2 Division of Vocational, Technical and Adult Education
Plenty of parking NW 3rd Ave. Phone 374-7805
$450 down live rent free frigerators this is the buy f
rent one side. This is a love- of a lifetime bring your de. Runs from Street to Street (Equal Opportunity Employer) ANNOUNCES CLASSES IN

ly property a real bargain posit. Aetna Realty (Broker), Drive by 1778 NW 95th Street TRUCK DRIVERS TRAININGAll
then call us for all Informa PEPSI COLA
right across the street from 811 NW 54th St., Ph.7575724open
Santa 7 days. tionFenster Realty(Broker) Needs route salesmen. 5 day types of trucks including tractor and trailer driving
Clara School. don't miss
759-8779. week, Benefits include (1)) life Excellent employment opportunities upon successful' '
this. A. Ben-Kori Realtor cal
1CBS 3 BEDROOM 2 BATE I insurance, (2)) major medical Completion of course t'
anytime 7592425.D : $16,000.00 FHA best insurence ((3) retirement pro. Next class begins on Thurs. night June 18, 1968 !
and down
Duplex up gram (4)) liberal vacation from 7 to 10 p.m.
4045 NW 185th Street -
in this area Florida room,
DUPLEX buy ,
Class and
he policy. Chauffeur's license meets Tuesday Thursday Evening ,
built-in kite I
tiful home a and
FHA terms 1 large rooms
$18,000 down,this heatcarpet garage required. Apply 7777 NW 41st Instruction on Modem Equipment I
Is a custome built 2 bedroom air-conditioned, ,, large Duplex hardwood floorsd
Street. Total cost of the course, is $20 Register Now
fa best area live well, rent free drapes, washer anc: sensational value at $18,500 For further information call 1377-4311 ext. 392 after 2 p.m.
only 8 years old tile roof, don'tmiss dryer, large circular drive tc:I terms can be arranged withs 18-25 must
carportonly$600downvets( : a good down payment shown age
this. A. Ben-Kori Real-
be neat and alert.Good
tor call anytime 759-2425. $200)) no closiIgcosts106.3 4 by appointment only. Call us oppor-
monthly be first see righ t Fenster Realty (Broker) 759- tunity for one seeking a posi- James'
tion and willing i to learn.
3 BEDROOM BATH now Aetna Realty ( 8779.
811 NW 54th St. Ph. 757-5724 4 Ethical Insurance Agency,
Total price $15,500 FHA 3432 NW 7th Ave., 633-1438. & Service
terms with $500 down and pay- Open? days. No qualifying move right

ments of $140 a month for 20 immaculate 2 bedroom, bath One clerk/typist needed for _
$350 DOWNFHANO enclosed sleeping porch, car- Phone 235-8816
years. This is for a very large Model City Program. Please
CLOSING COSTS hardwood floor
roof ,
port tile ,
family and is a beautiful older call 693-4302 for appointmentor
1396 NW 60th STREET furnished tool! $1600
CBS, hardwood floors 40 more information. BEDSPREADS DRAPERIES SHADES
ft. living room formal dining Lovely 3 bedr'omCBS, come:r down $110 month pays everything -
lot. Hurry this will sell fast. On NW 32nd St.near 13th UPHOLSTERING CARPETAll
room, if need a large home
you in Bahamas
U. S. Corporation
Realty 633-0426'. Atlantic and Pacific trimmed fit
for a large family atagiveaway Allapattah Ave. desires teachers couple. prices your pocket
price this is it. A. Ben- $ Realtors 666-0411. Florida certified. Lady in ele- You will like the way, we do businessIn

Kori, Realtor, call anytime DOWN- FHA mentary e d u cat i ion. Man in your home at your convenienceCall
NO CLOSING COSTS 1801 NW 44th Street
759-2425. and science.
for Appointment 235-8816
1460 NW 38th STREET
Prefer couple with qualifica-
DUPLEX Lovely home 2 lots.Allapattal h: Lovely 2 bedroom dining room'living tions in additional areas such

LIKE NEW $16,900 Realty, 633-0426. room, fenced yard,plus as foreign language, arts, and 1
NORTH MIAMI BEACH AREA homes in rear for income.$695 music. Write Personell DIrector 1i I
1844 NW 85th STREET down. Move right in. Owner :
2 bedroom, extra larg
CALL BETWEEN 9 and 1 Large A-l J J l 693-2631. Palm Beach, Fla.
fenced lot, Florida room,
MU 8 4088 Mrs. S. (Jun 21))
shape only $9500. $695 down FOR RENT
88 per month pays all. Mow e; Miami Beach

Beauty shop and wig salon, right in Owner 693-2631. Furnished kitchenette (in i Good barber want d. Masteror

good location, low rent, 3 rear). $13 week. All utilities. apprentice. Good payguar- City Employees
years lease, price reasonable 3 bedroom, CBS home wi th Furnished room $8.50633- anteed. Dave's Artistic Bar- y
couple retiring. Call 696-2773 small efficiency. Very,ver]V 3109 or 635-1078. ber Shop, 1090 NW 62nd Street

9 a.m. to 6 p.m. reasonable. Owner will con. (Jun. 14)) WORK WITH DIGNITY JOIN NOW
sider cash offering. Completely Room in private home for a
BEER AND WINE BAR. Air- furnished. Only $11-. nice clean working lady. 691-
conditioned, first class 000. Drive by 320 NW 33rdSt, 0425. CHILD CARDWill

equipped kitchen, plenty of then call Fenster Realty, 759- take good care of your AfSCMEHELP

parking, machines, pay-rent, 8779. 2 bedroom apartment, unfur- baby in my home 633-4330
good location in NW section. nished, new building. Adults (July 5))

Phone 691-9353 after 2 p.m. CREAM PUFF only. $117 monthly, plus se- USTO HELP YOU -
week days. (indef.) VETS $100 DOWN-$450 FHA L curity. Fenster Realty, Broker Infants and toddlers. Best of

3 bedroom beautiful carports., 759-8779. care in my home. PL 8-9972
GARAGE SALE drapes, awnings, fenced, stove t
Fabulous Bargains. Ladies refrigerator, bar be que,I. Large 1 bedroom furnished American Federation of

dre ses size 7-12 $2 $4; well, pump, sprinkler'Broker apt. Walk-in closets. Nicely $500 REWARDA
blouses 50$1.00; shoes size 7548966.' furnished. Fla. room, adults

61/2 and 9- $1;bags$1; men's $85 per month. 757-0086. $500 Reward is posted for State County and
suits size 40 $7; shirts and BUSINESS PROPERTYSee ,
anyone furnishing informationthat !
slacks 75$1; carpet sweep 510 NW 54th St. East of f Rooms, apartments,efficency would lead to the arrest
ers $3; also must sell '63 full expressway. Commercialzone 1 Nice good location. Reasonable >
and conviction
a person or
Power olds sedan. 20520 NE C-5. 30 x 50 store with i price. To see call NE 5- persons Involved In the slayingof Municipal Employees

20th PI. Highlands Lakes, N. offices plus 2 furnished air- 4805. Rev.Joseph LaFleur of 2169

Miami Beach. Call 945-0982. conditioned, 4 room apart- Nice NW 63rd St., who was killed
ments. Upstairs, rear park- one bedroom house. No May 5, in his home. AFLCIOCLASSIFIED
Will sell Grave plot for$75.00in ing. 6%/ mortgage. No closing o children. $20 week. Will sell Any information may be

Paradise Memorial Gar- costs. Owner 751-5171. $100 down. NE 5-5566. submitted to Metro Deputies.
dens. Call NA 4-6674.


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