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Vol. 45, No. 45 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRI DAY, JULY 59t 32 PAGES -15*

Negro Heads Dade Poverty Program I

Mrs. Marie Carl, a 45- rector. She was named to succeed lems, they need not be crusa- Poverty in 1965, she workedfor
year-old native of St. Augus- Richard Weather ley. ders." Superior Court in Los Angeles
tine who graduated from Yale "I have a little work to do, The present deputy directorof as a referee. She had
Law School in the same classas too, you know, getting black EOPI is a graduate of Clark also been assistant to a Cali- .
New York Ma.yorJohn Lindsay young people' to trust men," College in Atlanta and holds a fornia congressman, a policewoman -
has been named execu- she said. master's degree in philosophy in Detroit and a mem-
tive director of Dade's War on "r m a representative of the from the University of Michi- ber of the Women's Army
4 Poverty organization power structure, the authority gan as well as the law degree. Corps in World War n,

; 'f ry Mrs, Carl, divorced motherof downtown, and therefore Jhave The board of directors of She will assume her new
r i a teenaged daughter, came to work to win their faith.' EOPI unanimously selec- post July 22. Weatherley will
:>> : here in March from Atlanta, Old politicans have given ted Mrs. Carl Monday. Join a New York fir mas a con-
Jf i where she was an executive in Weatherley more problemsthan Before entering the war on sultant at that time.

J the regional office of the fed- young black people, but
eral Office of Economic Op Mrs. Carl saw a bright future

,, ., portunity.She for the EOPI."Localgovernment.

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MRS. MARIE CARL mism which should stand her If you have government lead

I . New Poverty HeadKing's in good stead v.s executive dl- ers who recognize the prob- r:

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u/ A London court ordered ted to a prison to aWait extradition .1. ... .If .. . .,. mandatory retirement age of
James Earl Ray extradited to on both sides." -- .. . ..- 65, described his years at i'4
i the United States to stand trial "You will not be releasedfor '. FAMU'as a "mostchallengingand
for the assassination of 14 days,!' Milton told Ray. rewarding experience."

Dr Martin Luther King Jr, "You may, apply. for habeas : "It is my fondest dream and
,- F Offers sincerest
corpus." W-fHW hope that the,institution -
Ray,convict 40, identified from MissouriJail as an escaped .This, under British law;.is'. ... v lb be continued for many
the form that Ray's appeal will years yet to come as a sepa-
was accused of shooting take to the division court of theQueen's Mortgage Money rate.and autonomous state uni-
leader in Mem-
the civil
rights Bench Division of the versity and receive adequate
phis, Tenn., on April 4.He was ---
high court of justice. support to enable it to render -
arrested at LondonAirportJune Lee Black, who became assist families who are being
needed service to the State of GORE
DR. .
8.Ray's. The defense called it a political Florida's first Negro Mort- displaced by Urban Renewaland Florida as part of its systemof i

defense attorney, crime but the magistrate gage Broker,announced that highway construction higher education," he said. president the enrollment,
Roger Frisby, argued in Bow in ruling against this his firm, Housing Opportunity purchase suitable housing. The Board of Regents has faculty and staff of the school
Street Magistrate Court Mon- said; Mortgage Enterprise, will accept Mr. Black also stated that been considering the fate of has almost doubled and the
day the slaying was apolitical "This was the assassinationof applications for housing H.O.M.E. hopes to provide the FAMIJ for some time now. physical plant has undergonea
crime But Frank Milton,chief a man who was not in con- loans. low-income families the opportunity There has been talk of merg- major expansion.He .
metropolitan magistrate of trol of the government of his Mortgages are immediately to take advantage of ing the predominately Negro is a graduate of Depauw
London, agreed with the U.S. country, not as far as has been available for FHA financing. the minimum down. ymt>.ntt school with an enrollment of University and holds an M.A.
position it was outright mur- shown by the evidence. It was This service is designed (continued from page 1) less than 4,000 with the larger degree from Harvard and a

der.Ray not part of a campaign to get Florida State University, also Ph.D. from Columbia. He is
so nervous he was almost rid of the government -- but located in Tallahassee. past president of the American

incoherent has shown the act of a solitary person" Scholarship Winners Leave The Board immediatelynamed Teachers Association,the Association -
.earlier in state-
a surprise to
a committee begina of Colleges andSec-
ment the court thathe fear-
to search for a successor.The ondary Schools and the Association
ed -- and perhaps expectedthe' -- For New England Colleges committee is headed by Henry of College Honor So-
extradition to granted. Cramer ofJacksonville.Other cieties.Dr. .

There was still much legal Gregory Powell, 14yearold Mary V. Davis, assistant members of the committee are Gore Is a member of the: '
red tape to go through before son of Mr. and Mrs.Willie principal for curriculum at Mrs. Carolyn PearceofMiami Florida Education Association -
Ray returns to the United Powell, 17551 NW 47tb ct., left Brownsville Junior High, was Burke Kibler of Lakelandand the Southern Regional
States. His defense attorney Sunday for Williams College In instrumental in Gregory's se- John Pace of Pensacola.The Education Board and trustee

indicated he would appeal in a Williamstown,..Mass,where he lection. committee Is scheduledto of Florida Memorial College.
manueuver that could take ::4 has won a scholarship to take Other students from Miami! report back to the board at He was also a member of the,
several weeks. # ; part in a special summer pro who won scholarships in the its September meeting. Governor's Commission on
Milton his ruling said no gram. program Include Sharon Bush, During Dr. Gore's tenure as Quality Education.
who will attend Putney
evidence bad been presentedat
Gregory was an outstanding
School in Vermont;Deletes A.

stantiate the two-parthear1Dgtosub-defense claims the ninth-grader at Brownsville Myers, Brownsville, Mt. Holyoke Bus Strike Averted
Junior High last year and his
College f Henry Dykes,
slaying was a political crime. work qualified him for the Williams Carver, Mount Hrmon Schoolin 'I

He also ruled that Missourilaw ABC Program that will Massachusetts; Joseph
... wiau r- prepare him for entrance into Drivers OK Pact
covering robbery with violence James, Mays,WestmlDister '
the Peddle School, and endowed
was relevant in the extradition JAMES EARL RAY School in Connecticut.
case. Missouri wants . Accused Slayer school for boys in Highs- ---- A bus strike in Dade County A $40,0 0 0 life insurance
Ray for trial on charges he escaped town, New Jersey founded in was averted Tuesday as bus policy for families of drivers
from prison while serving 1864. The three years at drivers approved a compromise killed during an assault
Ray showed virtually no Peddle amounts loan approximately -
a ter m for armed robbery. package which includeda robbery.
emotion when Miltonannounced -
s Fj. increase. sick leave and vacation -
Milton ruled Ray extradit- his decision. Gregory enjoys mathema- wage The approval of the package, pay' based on the actual

able on both co unts. At last He was staring down at the tics and biochemistry courses 226-7, came as a mood of harmony hours worked by a driver and,
week's hearing, Ray denied table and looked up slowly and wants to be a medical doc had settled between the not a straight 40 hours.
killing Dr. King. without blinking. Then with a tor. u drivers and Metro Transit Authority Leaders of the bus drivers
"All I know in this affair is slight shrug of his shoulder, ABC IST8 provides union called the agreement"a
that the mm says he did not do he rose to receive further instructions scholarships top r iva te col- j. Some key items in the pro- tremendous advancement."
it," Milton said. from Milton.He remained lege-preparatory high schoolsfor 1 AGREGORY posal were; Most of the drivers are expected -

"11 the only evidence is thata expressionless.This approximately 150 students A 15 per cent, hourly wage to receive additional
a year. The non-profit boost, which because of the re- 23-24 cents an hour in pay
public figure, a political
controversial figure has was' in contrast to his organization gets cholarship duction in hours, will mean a "Do you know of any other
from the member of five nt. employes getting that kind of1
been killed then this is not nervousness a !ew minutes help private net increase per ee
enough. earlier when he had made his schools and from business Reduction in the average an increase InSouth FloMdar'
"Therefore both submissions statement that he had been denied corporations, foundations, work week from 43 to 44 hours Horne asked the men. "if you
failed to be accepted and the right to see his other sources of private.phil: POWELL with time and a half for overtime can. rll eat my hat."
the defendant will be commit: American lawyer. anthropy, and federal funds. . Scholarship Winner after 40 hours. ( continued from page I)


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Bolt N.A.A.C.P.

A group of young militants fisting American social systemis "Plus the black South is going
whose aggressive demands behind the times through the same hangup the
and the board of directors black 20
nearly broke up the. National "You North went through
Association for the Advance- ; he telegraphed Execu- years, going into hotels, .4.
ment of Colored People's annual tive Director Roy Wilkins, restaurants, airports. They
convention this past week "not only demonstrated this actually think there's hope that
past week an unwillingness to assimilation will occur.
are walking out of that
civil rights organization. change, but that you are willing "We've been through this, !
They hope to forge a new link to use any and all means to we know it won't. .They still kk
between themselves, the.Congress keep the association from being think that if they sing enough, 'j I Wi l
of Racial Equality, the relevant to the many problems and pray enough, and march
Southern Christian Lead- of black people." enough, they will overcome." yi
ership Conference, andthe Monday, Chester Lewis, a That is not the kind of rhe-
Student Nonviolent Coordina well-to-do Wichita, Kan., attorney toric the present NAACP lead- 1 I Lh :
ting Committee. who succeeded Reed as ership likes to deal in.
NAACP leaders weren't leader of the militant faction, "We're going to hew to the
worried about the perennial said he would resign as branch -- fight segregation,get new wrr;r_ E'1
militant threat to their con- president and legal counsel, job opportunities for our people iiiVICE'
and renounce his life member- continue to work to improve 'a r _
trol. Despite loud boasts, the
militantswhocalled ship. the opportunitiesfor
young themselves Turks Lewis, 48, accused the ghetto dwellers," said
"young ,
NAACP leadership of using Moon the "SUPREMES" YOUTH EFFORTIn
failed this year for the fourth Henry organiza- PRESIDENT HUMPHREY SALUTES
favors and threatsto tion's relations direc-
time to get of their money, public Hubert H. commends
straight any buy convention votes and tor. his Capitol office, Vice President Humphrey

resolutions close to passing said the 2-1 margin by which Faced with this situation, Diana Ross (left), Cindy Birdsong and Mary Wilson for their efforts for dis-

vote.But NAACP leaders, who his proposals were beaten Lewis said he and 200 to 300 advantaged youngsters. "The Supremes," famed vocal trio, have given strong
don't reflect the delegates'true unhappy NAACP delegates:de- Chairman of the President's Coun-
have a deep faith in orderly support to the Vice President's program as
procedure, were aghast at Sympathies. cided at a post convention cil on Youth Opportunity. They discussed the program's 3 expanded goals..
"We've reached the conclu- conference to call meeting Ip
having to call Atlantic City police education and recreation for underprivileged youth in inner cities.
sion that we can't meet the or- December to explore links jobs,
onto their convention floor
ganized force they put againstus with other groups.
to end a noisy, scuffling dem- ," he said.

onstration. An NAACP spokesman ac-
That was also the act that cused Lewis of being unwilling ..
triggered the walkout of militants ,
to abide by the convention'sdecision.
who say the convention "At no time did they i'
tolerated worse disruptions ,
have the voting strength that '
when staged by friendly dele-
could have passed anything, .4
the spokesman said.
The first to leave was Dr.
Eugene T. Reed, an NAACP The basic dispute is more
board of directors member for complex though. Lewis argues I I
the past five years,who coupled that a nonviolent, nonracist I : :
his resignation earlier this Black Power .. clearly label- 1
week with a blast at the"Nazi- ed as such and used to build I
like atmosphere of strong- economic and political power ; :1
arm techniques . at the In the ghettoes. is the coun-
convention.Dr. try's only salvation.He .
Reed, an Amityville, is angry at the large
N. Y. dentist and A two-time southern NAACP delegationthat
president of the New York block-voted, againstthe
State conference of branches, Young Turk resolutions. .
ha long argued that the The Southern black man and
NAACP's main emphasis on the southern white are alike in
bringing Negroes into the ex- conservatism," Lewis said.


1 Perlmiittcr Named A.J.C. '
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r Associate DirectorNathan ,, "' Ir, a4 f 4 (. .

Perlmutter, Direc- ing the decades following the .
tor of the American Jewish Supreme Court's historic decision -
Committee's Office of Domestic desegregating the
Affairs since 1965, has schools, the South.During this = a i is
been designated: Associate Director latter period when he achieved ::4r.
of the human relations nationwide standing as an au-

agency, Bertram H. Gold, thority on the Ku Klux Klan, the
Executive Vice President,announced White Citizens i Council,and k? c t fs
last week. other racist offshoots, he was
Mr. Perlmutter will con- the Director of the Florida Re-
centrate on program develop- gion of the Antl-Defamation!
ment of the American Jewish League based In Miami.
Committee's far-flung operations Mr. Perlmutter's pen has
also been engaged in the strugl John Harris, Head Teller and graduate of Booker T. Washington High School,
A New Yorker since 1964 but gle for improved Intergroup always has a friendly greeting for the regular savers at the Roosevelt office.
actually a returned native, Mr. relations. His wide and varied
Perlmutter is eminent both as experiences in the.fleld, his
an innovative social theore- insights Into bigotry and com Where People come First. .
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1 Pan American To Train

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Hard-Core Jobless
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In Miami (

"", ATLANTA, Ga.- Miami is ers; and 2 service supply
among three cities where Pan clerks.
J".u. American Airways, the The National Alliance of
J largest U. S. airline serving Businessmen participated
| destinations outside the conti- the creation of this proposal,
; nental United States,will train as it does all proposals in the
I 250 hard-core Jobless persons JOBS (Job opportunities in the
under the Preside 1's JOBS business sector) program, to
|; program, Secretary of Labor provide employment for the
Willard Wirtz announced, according jobless in the nation's 50 lar-
to William U. Nor- gest c 11 i e s. The airline will
c wood, Regional Manpower Administrator train persons designated as
U. S.Department disadvantaged unemployed for
of Labor here. permanent Jobs in 10 occupa-
tions in New York and San

Norwood said the 22month Francisco, as well as Miami.
Length of training for the new-
| training calls for a Federal expenditure -
I $865,056,of which ly hired will be 17 to 27 weeks.

"IDI $221,000 will go to Miami to After training they will have

... .!" .....i train 64 unemployed persons: full-time permanent employ-
20 as a ire raft cleaners; 38 ment and earn an average of

Girl Scouts Hove Ball" On Nassau CruiseBy aircraft z servicemen; 4 clean- $2.70 an hour.a ]

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NENA SAPP Troop 377 Staircase and the Government, Bahama Star, activities had trip were: Annette Abrams. -----'
On June 14, girls from Girl House On our tour wj were been planned for the passen- Olga Cunningham, Elizabetl 1 ................'",
Scout Troops 377,480 and 409, taken to the highest point gers. Among them were Nelson, Nena Sapp, Berber-
and the troop from Allapattahwent where we could look down and movies, a songfest, and a talent lene Cody, Debra Duncan, 1,
on a weekend cruise to see the whole beautiful island. show. We played gam es Charlotte Fields, Avis White,
Nassau. W e were chaperonedby Near the Girl Guide buildingin like ring toss, shuffleboard, Sharmaine Thomas, Dinysi J
Merlene Boston, Mrs. Nassau was the fort. Insidewe ping pong,and deck tennis. The Francis, Barbara Ballard,
Bessie Smithwhoareboth saw where the prisonerswere food was simply great! The Harolene Williams, Roslyi 1
registered nurses, and Mrs. kept and how they wore dining room is beautiful and Taylor, Patricia Riggins,
Myrtle Bullard,leader. of Troop,, tortured.We the waiters wereextremaly Kelcy C. Wilson, Bonnie Bui-
377. also went shopping on nice.The lard, Richetta McNeil,, \
visited theQueen's Bay Street. On the ship, the gin.: who went on they Johnnyce Bullard,CameoCulmer h \
Valencia Trice, Cherry 1
Bullard, Del m a Ward,Sher
,i. j, man Bullard, Libby Boston;
PPz ... Mary Bull a r d,Robin Bysth -
wood, and Sandra Gibson. u c
We appreciate the patient, .
and understanding we received . r--- '
from our chaperones and veS ,
thank them. The trip wa: Albertine I i King, 5, daughter of Mrs. MartinS
f a an educational experience ai: Luther King Jr. and the late Dr. King, receives a
well as in one
7k Travel arrangements enjoyable wen e kiss from Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey at ,a
f made by North's Travel Bur- party he gave for the children of the Poor People's
eau. leaders in the Senate Dining Room last Thursday.




Postmaster General W. Marvin Watson delivers the charge of office to 'T

his Task Force on Equal Employment Opportunity in the Postal Service. RENTAL ; JJ

From left are: Mr. William V. Chapp, of the office of Postal Regional Admin- .
istration; task force chairman James L. O'Toole, executive assistant to the AUPV ::.:110 -, ,,;:a II
Postmaster General for Operations; Mr. Watson; and Mrs. Evelyn B. Anderson ....: ......'-". -. -: -." --::..r'J"
of the Office of Equal Employment Opportunity. :<:'f.
The task force held its organizational meeting Monday morning in the ..4.'r .- ,. .. ..,.:/J
Postmaster General's office. Mr. Watson is giving the survey group a broad \

grant of authority, instructing the members to travel to post offices for first- \
hand observation of EEO in action and to recommend whatever improvementsthey ;: THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND
necessary. \. ______ ,
The survey group will concentrate on promotions and advancement op-' IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES

portunity but the of the study will extend to all of
scope aspects equal op-
A fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for
portunity in the postal service. In particular, Mr. Watson told the group that tenants convenienceA

the place of women, as well as minority group people, should be evaluated.The .
for and adults "rent
community center teenagers
task force now must devise its operating procedures and develop an, frn,"furnished and air conditioned for your comfort and enjoyment.
itinerary. It is expected to make its first trip to the field within a few weeks.
A public relations department to assist you with your problems.

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CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director

1j 1I j . If I enjoy a better life, others must live better too." L. L. Brooks
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Quiet Revaf ton ..

I':. ffll t !D To Be Equal J

Ask the man In the street what he thinks of when he hears
i By Whitney Young, Jr.League. the word "Girl Scout" and he'U probably say "cookies," GO
OHe! .:6530NW 15th Av.. Miami, Fla"33147"P, 691-0421 Executive Director to the back of the class, man mine street. Times have chang.ed. .

! H. E. SICISMUND REEVES Editor and Poll I.her I National Urban .

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor ... .
'- .-. uo..... cola nrneeeds still_ helD to make better ca _
STANLEY' I. SWEETING. Theatrical Editor Coo r.----- w n w- mping op.-
portunities for more girls, but the fresh-faced youngster In
National Advertising Representative Race And The ElectionThis the perky green uniform has more than camping on her mind
Amalgamated Publishers, I Inc.: these days.As the hot summer months draw closer, she's like-
\. 310 Madison Avenue. NewVork, N. Y. 10017 ly to be thinking of how to cool them: of poverty and its devastating .
Member of the National Newspaper Publish. Association could be the most important one
2400 S, Michigan Avcr.jc. Chicago. III. 60616 November's election election consequences, Inequality of opportunity, anger and
this nation bas faced in many years. Ican't recall an rioting.
'J, SUBSCRIPTION RATES year in which the electorate has been so divided or concernedwith
'ONE' YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 so many crises. The girl who sells cookies is one of three and three-quarter

Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Poi I Racial tensions, the war in Vietnam, the student rebellion, million Girl Scouts who have launched a quiet revolution in
Office at Miami Florida l , under the act. of March 8, 1876 and political assassinations have divided and embittered the poverty areas throughout the country, rural and urban. Their
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The nation. It is vitally important for all candidates to realize that) targets are Indifference, misunderstanding, hatred] Their
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead this year of crisis demands Intelligent discussion of the issues weapons are energy, patience, good will.
the world from octal and national antagonism when it accordsto and a refusal to deepen our divisions with appeals to the black-
every man regardless of his race creed or color his human lash vote. The Girl Scout revolution started more than fifty years ago
and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man.the Negro basic commitment to offer its
Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men who with the organization's programto
are hurt as long'as anyone Is held bock_ .. Recent elections have resulted in defeats for candidates all girls between the ages of seven and 17, regardless of
played upon anti-Negro prejudices. But there is still a danger race, color or creed.In .
that race may become a factor In the campaign through subtle
1ft ditnr's nttbnnh appeals to blacklashers. This may be done through what I call 1964, the organization realized that its offer was being
the "code of racism" which consists of taking seemingly innocent more widely accepted by girls in middle class areas than by
phrases and cliches and giving them an anti-Negro those in poor neighborhoods. So, a three-year, nation-wide
ABOLISH DEATH PENALTY meaning project to bring the opportunity of Girl Scouting to the nation's

Congress has been asked by the administration to abolish ghettos was begun.Recruitment .
first wrote about the "crime in the streets" or
Since I way
the death penalty for all federal crimes including presidential
assassinations, and to reduce to life imprisonment the sentences "neighborhood schools" have become misused for these purposes posters were put on the walls of local laundromats -
of federal prisoners on death row. This act will undoubtedly I've received many letters of protest from people who as well as in the windows of downtown department stores.
please many, while In our opinion it will sadden insist that the terms themselves have no racial connotations. Store-front neighborhood service centers were acquired as
others who will wonder if even life sentences will be solacing. I know that everyone who uses the term "crime in the supplementary facilities for Girl Scout council offices, gen
True it is that 70 nations have abandoned capital punishment.The streets" isn't a bigot.In fact, crime isone of the biggest problems erally located in business areas. Specially trained staff, both
United Nations showed the death penalty does not deter faced by the ghetto. Every time a survey is taken in the volunteer and professional, trekked miles of city streets,
crime and that murder rates are the same without it. ghetto, better police protection comes out at the top of the list knocking on hundreds of preselected doors, trying to persuadethe

of concerns. woman behind each that she would be a fine Girl Scout

HOUSING PROBLEMS SOON SOLVED terms like leader, assuring her that she would be trained, building her
. But my concern is with the way candidates use
The low cost housing problem in Dade County should soon be "crime in the streets." Instead of saying that crim is a prob confidence to the point where she promised to give it a try for
the sake of the in the :
solved, considering efforts being made toward that end by lem and that the answer to the problem is more and better girls neighborhood

church and state.Church corporations are being formed to develop trained policemen, as well as eradication of the poverty which The long hours of convincing someone to take the first step
houses similar to those erected in other cities said to breeds crime, they take off in wild-swinging attacks on the have brought rich results. Girl Scouting has moved into the

be tested and found worthwhile. Supreme Court. ghettos of nearly every city in which rioting occurred last
Metro's Department of Housing and Urban Developmenthead Now, how can people who supposedly revere"lawand order summer. Girl Scout day camps blossomed church propertyand
Haley Sofge, said he knows of no other city in which the hope to foster respect for the law when they strongly attack the on the grounds of local schools. Girl Scout flowers replaced -'
International cooperation has been tried. The strength of the highest court In the land? rubbish along city streets.And when there was trouble,
approach is that it brings to bear on the problem the resourcesof a woman in green found that her uniform made It safe for her
The bulk of decent citizens take terms like crime in the
different groupings of interested people. -. .. to go where others proceeded fearfully.
streets" ana "law and order" at race value. But a large minority
CARDINAL BRENNAN DIES associate these terms with racial tensions. Most heartening of all, the determination to bring Scoutingto
They hear "crime In the streets" and they think of Negro girls who are hard to reach has moved out from the organizational
Cardinal Francis Brennan of Philadelphia, died on Tuesdayat hoodlums, Ignoring the fact that most urban c r i m es are related machinery to the hands of the girls themselves. A
the age 0 74.He is a native of Shenandoh, Pa. The Cardinal f to the narcotics problem. Addicts rob and mug peopleto single Senior Girl Scout conference on, service in the inner
had been living in Rome where he headed the Roman Curia's get money for dope--and they get the dope from the white- city, held last summer, will result in more than fifty recreational
Congregation of Sacrament. He became ill, was treated at run syndicate. and tutorial projects for poor children during the long,
Mlserlcorida Hospital then decided to return Philadelphia. hot months to come. There will be charm schools, field trips,
Similarly, "law and order" is associated in many people's day camps and overnight camps,even portable service centers
DR. GORE RESIGNS minds with civil rights demonstrations and civU disobedience. equipped with recruitment and program materials, in the na
But they ignore the fact that "law and order" Is Incomplete tion's urban ghettos this summer. They will be planned and
Dr. George W. Gore Jr*.,president of Florida A&M College, without Justice. The demonstrations take place because justice manned by Girl Scouts in partnership with their adult advisors.
for the past 18 years, has announced his retirement, effective, is not real for the poor and the oppressed.
September 15 of this year. He was given the title president t So candidates have to be conscious of the way they use these The mention of Girl Scouts today should bring a lot more
emeritus.Dr. generally accepted terms for they are weighted with significance to mind than cookies. Their quiet revolution may Just succeed
Gore, now 67, is a graduate of De Pauw University. He, in racially tense communities. where noisier efforts. have failed.
holds a masters degree from Harvard University and Ph de-
gree from Columbia University.In A candidate who says he wants to improve neighborhood '

his letter of resignation, he said he asked to be relievedof schools is sayingnothinganyonewouldobjectto, but in a com- H ers'pa er-i;tisT YAr Radio :
his duties because of what he termed fatigue. Dr. Gore wasa : m u nit y which is split by moves to integrate the school ,, ,. ,
highly respected and well known educator."It system by busing Negro kids Into previously all-white schools, " .: ,.*',,, "rV.j( :, .iI'; \"'. '-..
Is my fondest dream and sincere hope that the institu- use of the term "neighborhood schools"becomes appeal to Blamed For 1 Increased
tion will continue in the years to come as a separate and I the backlash vote.

autonomous state university and receive adequate support tenable I I think the American electorate is too mature to respond to '}>
it to render the needed service to the State of Florida". latent bigotry but i Racial Tension- "I.: Detroit
propose that all the major candidates fulfill , .
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by joining together In a public pledgenot
to seek the votes of backlashers RADNOR, Pa.Increased knowledge of what is happening
HUMPHREY FOR PRESIDENTWhile and not to say or do any could
thing which will further divide as already overly tense and racial tension In Detroit can be in the Inner city.Stations I
political news from some Chicagoans are not favor divided people.'PHIL. attributed largely to the news solve this, they say, by having
able toward Vice-President Humphrey's nomination for the office media there.. -, TV- Guide magazine trained Negro reporters with
of president he swans to be getting support. In fact, Democrat reported an intimate knowledge of the
Chairman LeonCatlett thinks Humphrey got the nomination During the past six months, ghetto areas.
clinched. This writer hopes he is correct. He believes OSSOFERWell with newspapers closed because (3)) Many activists contendthe I
Vice-President Humphrey will make a very good president. of a strike, the responsibility mss media in (the ciyt--

it finally happened! I activities, such as fishing and for Informing the pub newspapers, radio and television
NEGRO HISTORY at last the of lic has fallen to the radio and are vehicles to retain
DELTA HELPS PRESERVE am, grandfather golfing. Now, I will find out.
a boyl! Having two daughtersand My son-in-law to television stations.These me- the status quo.
Preservation of the Schomburg Collection of literature on happens be for existing
( no sons) I had long hoped connected with dia have failed to relieve fearsof "They propagandize
the Weather
Negro life and history in the Harlem Branch of the New York and thus
City Public Library,was given a financial boost this week when for a grandson, but our first Bureau (H u r r I c a-n e Center) racial unrest in both the Negro bureaucracies said
Delta Sigma Theta presented its curator, Jean. Blackwell Hut- three grandchildren were here in Miami, and even he and white communities.The preclude social change,Wayne
son, with a check for $3,000. girls, and it seemed like that didn't know "weather" it city has been plagued by Dr. Karl T. Gregory economistwho ,
Mrs. Frankie M. Freeman, the national president of the was going to be the story of my would be a boy or girl. The rumors of racial troubles,and State University for
life . all girls. baby Detroit Mayor Jerome Cava- frequently speaks
45,000 member, predominantly Negro, women's public ser- incidentally, visa Detroit
naugh said the black causes
vice organization recently presented a check*;:from the or- Caesarian baby(their second), of
ganization's 1967 Christmas Party Fund to Mrs. Hutson,also Now, I'm not complaining, so we knew a month ahead of newspapers to Inform them area.
a member of Delta Sigma Theta. for I have been very happy with tima the exact day of its birth. has led many residents to fee 1 "White reporters have their
The organization adopted this project as part of its continuing all . daughters and granddaughters the city is not doing anything own socialhabits.Through existing
. and wife and With all the rain ,
active interest in expanding the knowledge of the Negro'scontribution my we've had positive t o relieve the prob- social arrangements
I had picked out only girls' these past few weeks I informed of contracts
to the growth of the ynited States and its desiresto lem.Neil they have a
see that this invaluable collection is not lost to future gen names before the birth of our m;, son-ji-law that I Hickey of TV Guide recently among black people whom theydepend
children. We have been pleased didn't care if we got drenched for Information
erations of Americans. surveyed Detroit as upon
with God's will in giving us every day until the day of the generally typical of a large and Interpretation. They go to
girls. We have been thankful baby's birth as long as on "D metropolitan city with a large these 'authentic' sources for
Your4'frTO that all are in good health and Diy' (Delivery Day) the-Son minority population.The study interviews and get these people -
normal. (Normal: that's the would coma out . and he did! offered these conclusionson to say what they want them

part, these days, that's hard the situation In the Motor to say. Meanwhile, everybodyin
MORE PROFITS & PRESTIGE to go along with! But, then, Speaking in postal terms, City: the black community is

I COULD, BE ADVERTISINGYOUR who's perfect?) this was a Special Delivery ((1)) The lack of newspapers laughing,' Dr. Gregory said.
BUSINESS IN Heir Male which has my stamp I has kept residents In the dark Hickey said many of the
In these past few years, of approval. From no male, I about what is taking place in conclusions of what Is happening
I 'b:1: "" rL-.4 however, I have been wonder- finally got :slot of letters Detroit. In Detroit could be appliedto
\ JI mr Hll .hJ} Ing how it would be to have a G-r-a-n-d-s-o-n . which, (2) Many Negro leaders other cities because of the
male decendent with whom I as any grandfather knows think the local people get
CALL US TODAY! ',, TV stations and impressions white
I might Indulge in the masculine spells out Fun Male. networks alike show a lack of from watching televised news.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 5, 1968 5"VOLENCE j
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Ir i Services I.

J. I liV: Leo Addtfly, ".

Center Attonifi r '1:

Florida's controversial automobile inspection law, which i

requires state wide semi-annual inspections, is basically a "" tiNETTO HOUS7GG--. .'

sound law, designed for the public's protection. Dade Countyhas IS V/OLENC '"l .
had a similar ordinance on the books for the past 11 years, .

and it has worked well.The new state-wide automobile inspec-

tion law is more rigid, however. r I.
Several factors contributed to the passage of the new law.

The public was alarmed at the steady rise in automobile col-
lisions, particularly since an ever increasing number of collisions - 'r ER FAMILY is VIOLENCE: aid :(

have resulted in deaths. And, secondly, it was realized <. it 't # ;il.t .
that such a safety law could not even hope to meet its intended ..
goal unless it was uniform and had state-wide inspec- ff'OISCRIMIKATION .(
tion for the past 11 years, Broward County has not requiredit / \- AGAINST AWORIt7NG' 4
and untold numbers of Broward's motor vehicles travel the is VIOLENCE. .

streets and highways of Dade each day.

The new automobile inspection law applies to all motor ve- .

hicles required to be registered in the State .

New car buyers must have their cars inspected within ten a. I . "
days after the purchase, if bought within the State. All other .'

motor vehicles brought into the State for the first time, to be ) I 'SUPPRESSING A CULTURE VIOLENCE? "
used here indefinitely, must alsobe registered within ten days nfiit "
after arrival in the state. This law is also aimed at the sale ? M : 7 I d A ,, I

of used motor vehicles; and requires that all used vehicles LPfr // "
must display a current inspection certificate (sticker) when r ."
sold. Xi
Under the County ordinance the owner or operator of a de- .., ( Jf
fective vehicle was given three days to make the necessary re

pairs. The period for re-inspection under the new State law ,
has been extended to five days without additional costs to the ii

owner or operator of the vehicle. Further, the new state law
all of the formerly set POVERTY'
incorporates inspection requirements CONTEMPT is VIOLENCE:
out in the Dade County ordinance. is VIOLENCE:

The law specifically requires that the following articles and

equipment must be found to be safe in order to pass inspection

((1)) brakes, both hand and foot; (2))lights, including front, rear \
and tag light; (3)) horn; (4) steering mechanism;((5)) windshield LET'S ,

wipers; (6)) directional signals; and (7) tires. Moreover, although -

all of the articles and equipment required to be checked -LW TALK
maybe found to be safe, the vehicle still may not pass inspection -
if other equipment is found to be unsafe such as a '
cracked window or bad muffler. The inspection fee has increased

under the new law also, and is now $1.75. Af I II
Some of the most frequent complaints about the new law are;
long waiting lines and repeated trips back to the station for I
current registration slips and head light adjustments;and cost-

ly repairs to the vehicle before it passes Inspection. AND HATE"- FOR SALE t A v taal

Despite these complaint, however the public will benefit The custom and tradition of physical, murder and political }
by the law. Many defective automobiles are sold within the
issasination, imported from the "old world" in the hearts,
state usually through used car dealersincreasing the risk A
mind and bloodstream of every immigrant toAmerica, always
of collisions the law intends to check this f
The :
on highways.
of these oldworld"
seem to prick the conscience of the decendents /
practice. It has also been revealed that certain used car deal- : for these
immigrants, and creates a boom market
ers have been able to obtain these Inspection certificates
1 merchants of emotions' as they peddle"hate and prejudice," II
(stickers) and place them on automobiles that were very defective 1 amoflauged by many beautiful, deceitful outside wrappings of SEN. EDWARD BROOKE EDWARD BURKE
and which could not possibly pass a regular safety inspection ,I.
religion, social progress, integration, segregation, patriotism
check. The law now punishes the unauthorized reproduction ; race, creeds, customs, traditions, etc. Will The Real Senator
of an inspection certificate (sticker) as a forgery. "Idealogical political assasination" is the"Americanized"
Next time to take vehicle for inspec- ,
you are required your c
version of the "old world" assasination by physical death,
tion pre-check the items to be inspected, and remember to ,while "America" has an aversion to political assasination by'bullets Edward Brooke Stand Up? i
take your current registration slip. The law is only trying to I" daggers and poisons" verbal assasinations areas .
protect your safety. Uphold the law by driving safely this holtI
I"American" as the fourth of July in fact, this same fourth of
day weekend. July, a national holiday to celebrate the birth of this new nation Its not often that we goof, Brooke, it was an honest ;

I: dedicated to "freedom and liberty," has always provided but boy did we do a bangupjob mistake though. The last <
THE SITUATION OF AMERICA TODAYThis the setting and the excuse for "idealogical political assasina- of it this time. Last week, names are so similar that we

I ions: ," for "politicians and patriots' alike of all shades of we mistakenly ran a picture of somehow, got 'em mixed up. "
is to commend Jordan Marsh and Burdines on their liberality and demagoguery. Edward Burke, a MiamIan for So, pardon us please.After all,

fine decision of removing all toy guns form their toy depart From the "super.. patriotic" daughters of the American many years,and identified him nobody's perfect -- we all

ment. 'revolution, the equally super-patriotic' daughters of the confederacy as Massachusetts Sen. Edward make mistakes.
I am a mother and have a son who is 3 years old. I have the equally"'super-patriotic" knights of the Ku Klux ,,

not bought him a toy gun and definitely will not by him a toy gun Klan, the equally -patriotic A mer lean legion,the equally Need New On Poor
My opinion is that the fault lies in the parents. When they see ] "super-patriotic" American Nazi party, the equally
their kids with a toy gun he is playing with another kid, it is thee
loti c" States Rights Party
"S u per- pat r Rights ,
funny to them to see the kid tell tifs.friend! that he "did not fair I squally "super-patriotic" Constitution Party, the equally And Welfare Humphrey Says :
dead. To me this is part of the crimlnal'acts: that has takenplaceso Wallace's ,
"super-patriotic" Conservative Party, George
times because that did not tell her child
American Independent Party H. L.Hunt's .
I equally "super-patriotic" ,
that it was wrong to kill or even to pretend to kill. To state lifeline and other various WASHINGTON, D.C.-Inan The Vice President told
equally "super-patriotic"
bluntly, if other stores would discard for their toy guns and :and and "patroitlc" societies. open lettertoSCLC President, Rev. Abernathy that "consid-
sundry political organizations
other things that can cause evil in the world, the world would The Reverend Ralph Aber- erable revision" of the wel-
All of which use two: common American patroitic piraphernalla" -
be a better place to live in. which add nathy, Vice President Hum- fare system must be attempted. ,:
and the American
Infection of the nimd starts in a child at his earlier age. the Bible flag, phrey called for a simple and ,I
without guidance from some one who cares, this world is 'their own individual "patriotic insignia" like the swastika" direct declaration of national He called for greater participation :'

going to continue to be a criminal race track for those who "robes and Hoods,""flags" of"United Confederate Statesof policy that "every American by the poor In the 'I
of the "white
think it is fun to kill. Parents teach your child right from america, the "rooster' symbol supremacy" must beprovided enough to planning and administration of
democratic the "lynch rope" "crossed rifles, the
wrong.Why not try teaching him or her the" TENTH COM- party, eat." federal programs affecting ;:
"b urn in pine knot torch" and various other symbols 0 f
MAMDMENT." THOU SHALL NOT KILL. g The letter was in responseto them. 4

T a k e this word of advise and sit down and think about what American "super-patriotic" symbols. Reverend Abernathy's re- "As President, I would support
associate their "Inde
a filthy world this really is and how you can help clean it up. American Negroes don't generally quest for the Vice President's various ways for this paI- .
Take a step like Jordan Marsh and Burdines help them as they pendence" with Independence Day, as on that particular fourth views on issues raised in the ticipationtobeachieved"Mr.Humphrey 'j
In the shackles of "slavery" and the
have started to help us. Think honestly,sincerely and truly of July 1776 they were Poor People's Campaign. said. "For example :

with yourself. It takes more than one to carry the weight of the communications were not so good. Vice President Humphrey poor persons could be

world. Lets help President Johnson and continue to work toward said he supported ad- hired as consultants, employed -
the goals that President Kennedy and Dr. Martin Luther Citizens Committee Endorses ministrative and legislative as Federal employees, or ',

King, and his so unfortunate brother Robert Kennedy who died action" to establish food appointed to advisory and re- ,

for peace of the world. Open Housing stamps and commodity distri- views panels in Federal gen- +

My last plea people of America I plead with you to let's clean up bution programs in every cies."

America and make ita more decent place to live in, I know that New federal open housing ing of Minority Group Hous- county where severe problemsof The Vice President was ,
you don't like the present situation that the world is in. provisions were included ing," read; hunger exist. among the more than 50,000 I

"I don't Monday in a revised 1968-69 "The Citizens Advisory lie said school lunches on a who participated in the "Soli

This is my sincere congratulation to Jordan Marsh and work program of the Citizens Committee for Community year-round basis must be provided darity Day March" sponsoredby

Burdines on their step forward which is in the right direction.. Advisory Committee for Com- Improvement will study the every needy child as the Poor People's Cam-

Let's make one too. TheLord said if you mike one step, I'll munity Improvement.The recent Supreme Court decision rapdily as possible. paign.CLASSIFIED .
nuke two. and legislation on providing

This is your country and Amr.ricaiscryingfor peace in the open housing sectionwas housing opportunities ADS
world. Let it America be free of evil, crime, decrimination the most significant addition for all citizens without discrimination -
and violence in the world. to the committee's work and will seek IRING RESULTS

I plea set free AMERICA, AMERICA CRIES SET ME FREE.program adopted last month. methods their implementation -
Mrs. Eva Adams The section, under the head- In Dade County.

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Miami Times Society Editor

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald (Lillian) Ferguson recently observed .'.-..... L -
their 50th wedding anniversary. They were married in Nassau r Ground breaking ceremony of the second Baptist; Church
and nave lived here since 1918. They have nine children, 30 11111 Pinkston Drive, where Rev. John A. Ferguson, pastor
grandchildren and five great grandchildren. They live at 1453 will take place on Sunday, June 30. '

NW 55th Street. Congratulations . This church has been organized for the period of four years,
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1 YI" At this tim of their ground breaking ceremony! church body
I 1I : < is adding two educational buildings for the yojth: of this area
I 4 The present building structure((100x 50)will be renovated extensively :

:, to accomodate comfortably the many friends,vislltors
I and members in this area.
II "
I f.
I" The son of Rev. and Mrs. John A. Ferguson (Javan') is re-
porting to the Navy in a period of one week. Javan was sworn:>

'..:". in on Tuesday, June 25.Attending the swearing: ceremony was
i I Sister Annie B. Nelson, Mr. Willie L.Redding,and his beloved
& parents Rev. and Mrs.J. A. Ferguson.The service was held at
I MR. FERGUSON MRS. FERGUSON :: the U. S. Naval Reserve Training Center, in Coconut Grove,

JIto'i ii Capt. C.J. Rogers commanding officer swore Javanin. The
Mrs Beatrice Barrows and daughter, Bea Ric.bardsoDwre .;,..: commanding officer will retire the last of June, and this was
among those enjoying a weekend cruise to Nassau. t i- his last swearing ceremony. He will become a resident of the
Lester and Winifred Doles and daughter, Francesca Jettedto South Dade area.
Los Angeles to visit his sister and brother-in-law, the Javan's first step Is one week In preparatory training in
, Henry Casons and Pauline Cheese. V Great Lakes, HI., then he will travel on to spend the next two

I In Tallahassee for a visit with her mother are Bernice Hendrix 'h-,,, eil.... __T -.. weeks In Bainbridge, Maryland prior to entering the U. S.
I and children, Pat and Stephanie. Naval Academy (Annapolis, Maryland) and a member of the
I Mrs. Charlotte Ford Clarke attended the 3rd Annual Youth Engagement AnnouncedMrs. Naval cAcademy class of 1969.
Grand Lodge OES at Lake Pomona Park"Gife of Love" Rec- Javan is a former member of the 1968 Miami Killlan Senior
! reation Center. Myrtle Gibson, 2330 and Mrs. John E. Herbert Sr.,, High graduating class. He Is an active member of the Second
I NW 71st Terrace, announces Kenner, Louisiana. Baptist church and resides at 11525 SW 136th Terrace, Rich
Last week the Florida Morticians Association, Inc held Its the engagement of her daugh- mond Heights. He Is the eldest of five children.We .
I annual meeting at the Gald-Ocean Mile Hotel In Ft. Lauderdale ter, Martha Christine, to ByThe wedding is planned for salute him. Good luck and much success.
The National Convention meets here at the Four Ambassadors ron Sears Herbert, son of Mr. late August.
the first week In August.
Mary Belle Griffin and McCall Richardson were married
j' Sunday in the Church of God. The bride Is the dauetter ptMr. Mrs. Fred J. Hicks Jetted to Montgomery,Alabama for a two The public is invited to a "Back: Yard' Picnic, sponsoredby
and Mrs. Henry Griffin, Sylvania, Georgia. weeks vacation with relatives and friends. the Sunday School and BTU of Second Baptist Church, Saturday
S Congratulations to Barbara A. Wooden on being selected It's their very first baby How wonderful! The Frank H. July 6, at 4 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Keener, 14441
one of the School Board assistants, who Is expected to give Sparks have a girl Phyllis Scoovia, born June 21 at Mt. Sinai Polk Street. Many refreshments will be on sale.
board members a student's view of things. Hospital weight 7 lbs. Mother Shirley is a teller at Lincoln Visiting our community: we'wish to welcome Mr. and Mrs.
Joan Hepburn and Freeman Johnson were married Saturday National Bank.Gwendolyn Lee Curry and daughters Adrien and Michele, house guest of
in the home of Mrs Vernal Greene Opa-locka.. The brideis Mrs. Wooten and family of 14680 Fillmore Street The Currys'are
Jackson and Eddie married in St.
Landry were
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin Hepburn, and the visiting from Chicago, ill
Luke's Baptist Church Sunday June 30. The bride Is the daugh-
bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Horatio Johnson. The members of Second Baptist Jr. Church Invite you and
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Willie B. Jackson of Miami.
Bennie Moore, track coach at Miami Jackson High School the public to attend their annual Youth Observance, July 14.
has resigned to accept a position as consultant in the Instituteof Members of the Jolly Ten Social Club and their friends en- The morning speaker will be Mr. Carlton Rogers. Mike sure
Human Development at Miami-Dade South Junior College. Joyed the Fourth by chartering a bus for a trip to Key West. you attend and make this a gala occasion for everyone.
After three delightful* and fun-filled week.." vacationing in vAlvtn and Mary Goss are announcing the_ birth of their third House guest of Mr.and Mrs.Sammuel Armstrong and family

Chicago, Indiana,.. Wisconsin and Michigan,Sue Harris Is back daughter, Michelle,born In Maxwell: ,Tenn.June 9.Mrs. Adline 14440 Tyler Street, was Mrs. Williams from Jacksonville. We
at her usual duties. r Pinkney is the grandmother and Mrs. Marie Price is the great hope her stay here in our fair community was an enjoyable
Freddie Gadsen one time Miami Times apprentice printer grandmother. one
Is visiting in the city from Los Angeles.

The David Currys'had a housewarming and barbecue at their
lakeside home on July 4th. .
Garth Reeves and Children, Rachel and Garth Jr.,and Gary '.' '. '
Range, returned Sunday after two weeks in New York, Philadelphia r f/ ,
: and Washington, D. C. 1 't:., '
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Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Beneby announce the marriage of *hn: iH& .
their daughter, Brenda to Mr. Ward Striggles son of Mr. and i!;
Mrs. D. Striggles on June 22. it ": ,. .
I Congratulations to George Williams on his appointment as :,)' ":
Coordinator o f Vocational Education for the Disadvantaged. ,11 \
Here from Chicago to spend the summer with their grandparents -
] (Bill and Monica Hanna) are Jonathan,wUUa m(Billy)
:, and Calvin Holt.
Mrs. Artie Richardson, Lynnetteand Eunice Brewer jettedto Mrs. Ruby Johnson, the
Nassau to attend the wedding of Paulette and Arnold Winder widow of the late Mr. Willie s'F'
Saturday, June 30. The newlyweds are spending their honey Johnson, 2550 NW 161st Street
moon at Miami Beach. of Opa-locka will be leavingthe .,'
The final meeting of Primary C's Community Council will be state for a world wide tour to
July 3 at 8 p.m. You are Invited to attend. Please come prepared July 19. She will stop In Lon .1
to have election of officers for the school year 1968-69. don, Rome, Italy; France and
Hardy Jackson and Samuel Wilson were married July 1, at other wonderful cities,touringfor .,h
the home of Mr.and Mrs.Jesse Culver, 5500 NW 19th Avenue. 21 days. She will return,
Congratulations! August 2. Friends wish her a \V
Get well wishes to La Verne Edwards at Mt.Sinai:. Daughter safe trip.LEAVES. r
Marie White, who Is recuperating at home; Delores Johnson 4 .c ,
at Mt. Sinai Fritz at home.
; Mr. Allyne -
It's a full house at Oscar and Dorothy Weavers' home Os- LORYLovely S GOES TO WASHINGTON, DX'onfesfon -
car's sister, Mary and her husband,Aaron Ellis and long time
friends, Attorney and Mrs. WltonMarthaAUenof Baltimore. Delores B': is shown here all decked out in three
A dinner party on Saturday at their home to meet their guestswas of the fabulous lash ions by Lory's she modeled during the National
an enjoyable affair. Convention of the A Ipha Phi Chi Sorority on July 3rd at the Shore-

Lillian Mazon is vacationing in Compton, California.A ham Hotel, Washing ton, D.. C.
birthday Whoop-de-da was Antiooette Silva's"Sweetsix I Mrs. Dorothy Co oper, sales clerk at Lory's (Edison Center),
teen"friends.celebration-a. boat ride on the Queen Isle" for seventy was CoordinatorIn on hand at th

Mrs. Marie Cooper 5pentover-the-Fourtbw1thberdaugb- addition to the fashions shown above, you'll find a complete line
ter, Carol Hanna and her family (E.R., Tera and Tameka) In of glamorous fashionsage for all'occasions at Lory's (Edison Center), teen-
Nassau. and adult fashion i center of South Florida.
Major Albert Ferguson is vacationing at home before leavingfor Our FABULOUS :
ALL FASHIONS the beauties.
are in . Come see
Vietnam on Saturday.Mrs. .
Evelyn Souter and Mrs. Lula Weiloms are visiting the FOR EUROPE
Island of Pink Pearls. Mrs: Zelma B. Johnson left Bl IG SALE NOW I IN PROGRESS

Carlton J. Souter, son of Mr. and Mrs. John (Evelyn) Souteris June 25, for Europe. She anticipates -
home visiting relatives and friends after having been with visiting the following Open 9 to 9L
the Job Corp, at Atterburg Indiana, where he holds the rank countries; London, England, Sizes 3-20
of 1st Lt., of the Diplomats.Carlton has left the city for a few Amsterdam Holland, Lucerne,
days to spend time with other relatives and friends In Madison, Italy, Austria, Paris, France.
Fla., he will return to Miami until July 19, and depart for At- Mrs. Johnson is newcom I (I'S C
terburg to complete his courses. er to Miami. She resides at L l\
234 NW 8th Street.She is a for- :.
The Miami Babai communUya.nnOWlCes that a regular week- mer English instructor of Lincoln
ly Fireside(discussion group) Is now being held every Satur- Jr. High School, West LORY'S FASI HION SHOPS : EVERYWHERE!
day at 8 p.m. at the home of Miss Olive Alexander, 916 NW Palm Beach, and the wife of
59th St. For further information phone 371-5420, Miss Ida Rev. T. S. Johnson pastor of 6112 NW 7th AVENUE (EDISON CENTER)
Solomon, secretary. Greater Bethel AME C' m :h.

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Mr. and Mrs Joseph H, which Arminda G. Marshall //R. ; I a
Anne Marshall shownbere attending was part of as a sub-deb, she
Sheridan Generetteand served as flower girl. Kevin 1
the Telestar '68 Annual Cotil- will become a full deb on her
Hilry Gilbert plighted Shell, cousin of the bride,
1: lion held at the Waldorf As- graduation date of 1970. ,
their troth on last Saturday in wearing a white linen suit was
toria, Friday June 14forfngogemenf "
the sanctuary of the Antioch the ringbearer.The \1
Baptist Church before a small, groom, his Best Man, 2Ir1L'tr
intimate family group. The Charles Austin,and ushers,
Rev. Mr. James W. Stepher- Michael Hall, cousin of thee

son, pastor, officiated at th bride, and Air Force Captain
doublering Paul all ( "ta axk :
ceremony. The Thompson wore striped -
pulpit area was dec orated with trousers and morning 'j.ara 1 f 1

candleabrae and standards of coats. Their boutinaires were ,
mixed white flowers. Mrs. white carnations. ,
Mazie Edge served as organist The bride's mother was w,

and also accompanied charming in an ensemble of \'L
the soloist, Mrs. Valdez Mur- candlelight lace and matching \

ray who sang Ave Maria, Because accessories. She wore a pur ..
and I Love You Truly. ple-throated orchid corsage
The slender, attractive and a beige veiled hat of net
bride was given ia marriage by petals with seed pearl stamln. "

her brother, William Hall The attractive grandmother of

Generette. Her formal wed- the bride, Mrs. Anna Lee Hall

ding gown of white organza chose mint green shantungwith
over taffeta was outlined In ,
floor-length. a neckline r, -- ,
Delicate lace and loops of seed crystal beads. Her hat was
pearls embellished the bodice similar to that of her daugh- Mrs. John Parrish niece of "

which had a shallow neckline ter's but In mint green. Mrs. Mrs. Cleolia P. Crews ofOpa Mrs. A. B. Westbrook Mr l'

and short sleeves. The skirt Doris Holt and Miss Helen lo ka and Mr. Ivan Mc- J. Jackson from Pasadena, .

also had lace and seed pearl Hicks, aunts of the bride,wore Cartney, Sr. of Miami, announce Calif., is here visiting !has :
appliques. A detachable semicircular pink brocade white acces- the engagement of their been ten years since she visit- POS\"E: :

chapel length train f f series with multi-colored organza accented by an oval of f flowers ; and an aqua Jacket : to Mr. Earl E. Williamsof ; nurse at the hospitals keep her i
lace fell from a flat organza dress of stubbed silk with Lake Wales, Florida. very busy. She will visit JackI -

bow placed at the center back crystal and sequin trim and Miss McCartney graduated I sonville, Brunswick, Ga., and Cw& TM.
waistline. The elbow length i black accesories, respective- from North Dade JuniorSenior her brother Mr. C. Holner in

triple net bride's veil was held I ly. Mrs. Da vis-Hall wore High School of Opa-locka Nassau, Bahamas. ,
by a white peau de sole rose hand-beaded sheath of lime and attended Miami-Dade Jun-

and petals. She carried an exquisite green chiffon and matching ac- ior College. She is employedin LOYAL 59 ERS CLUBThe
bouquet of Phllenopsis;I cessories. Mrs. Margaret the office of the Small Business
orchids and Baby's breath. Mitchell, cousin of the bride, Administration, a club met Sunday, June permanentcurl
Mrs. jutson Shell, cousin of wore white net with ribbon lace Federal agency. 23, at the home of Mrs. Flossie "

the bride, was her Matron of and sequins and gold acces Her fiance is a graduate of Roberts. relaxer
Honor. Her slim,floor-length, sories. Mrs. Ethel Pappy,god Roosevelt High School, Lake| The delegates who attended
sleeveless apricot chiffon mother of the bride wore pink Wales. He is employed with; the60th Annual Session of the 3.5O complete kit .' '

dress featured a full floating chiffon with white accessories Reliatex Industries, Inc. Florida Association of Wo- ;

overskirt held by a strip of sil- An August wedding being men's Clubs, the Holiday for extra curly hair \ :
ver tissue Mrs Cross (Barbara planned. Inn, West palm Beach, :'.
overlaid with small o for fine or normal hair ;
white flowers and fastened at Squire), classmate of the June 15-19 were: Mesdames '\'
the back with an apricot satin bride, in tourquoise lace kept Eunice Clements, Bertha tinted or bleached hair
the Guest Book at the Ayers, Carrie L. Arnold and
bow. Her circular wedding ,
apricot tulle
AIRMAN COMPLETES For the smooth, sleek look of }
headpiece was held by small reception held at the Presby- Ion H. Dukes, they gave an
coronet of seed pearls surmounted terian Church of the Con- BASIC TRAINING Impressive account the session fashion today! Curl Out conditions .

by net petals with venant. The three-tiered wed- as it straightens. .gentle I
seed pearl stamin. Slippers of ding cake was an around table SAN ANTONIO. Airman L The club has planned many and to I
white net embroidered with covered with a white lace over Vanderbilt Alexander Jr., son, important events for the coming easy use.

silver flowers and a nosegayof white satin and encircled withw i of Mr. and Mrs. Vanderbilt year. The first will be a Call 377.9211 to order '
bite carnations. Anarch i Alexander of 2025NW76thSt. Talent Show and Dance in August -
carnations ''
orange completed I Richards Toiletries
her attire.The bridesmaidswere greenery and small pink flowers Miami, has completed basic! to help us on our pledge ,

Rosamond Pappy, god- served a s a background.Hot training at Lackland AFB to Variety Children's Hose all 6 stores

sister of the bride, and and cold hors d'oeuvres, Tex. He isnowassigned as a pital.
Frances Reeves, long-time and small sandwiches were :administrative specialist witha Our Hostess Mrs. Roberts Shop tonight Downtown Miami

friend, They wore identical served from a double curved unit of the Air Training Com served a delicious repast. 9:30.9: ailS branches 10.9:30:

floor-length gowns of yellow table covered with white lace mand at Sheppard AFB, Tex. The club sang happy birth

celenese lined with taffeta with over pink satin. Pink and Airman i Alexander attended day to Mrs. Florence Allen, ,':
shallow necklines and short carnations with greenery rim Miami Northwestern High after which Mrs. Birdie Neal (. :'

sleeves. Six-inch bands of med the table. I School. thanked the hostess, and the
small The bride, daughter of Mrs. club was dismissed.Mrs. .
green-centered yellow
Mary L. Generette and the late Eunice Clements, re-
orange and white flowers de-
William Louis Generette, Mrs. Pappy entertained the porter.
fined the Empire waist line at
graduated from BookerT. 'bridal party at her home fol
front and back. Narrow
moss Washington High School and :lowing the wedding rehearsal
velvet formed a small
Bethune Cookman College. Out-of-town guests included
bow from which long stream
The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Anna Lee Hall and Miss
ers down the front o lib e Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gilbert. J]Helen Hicks, Manhattan; Mrs. Calling all members of the

gowns Head pieces of yellow He was graduated from Booker Jutson Shell and children, Booker T. Washington High

tulle held by yellow j>eau je T. Washington High School, J 1 Kevin, Darren, and Yvette, School class of 1933. It is Important .
sole roses and petals. Nose- Florida A&M University and 1 Bronx; Michael and Edwin Hall that you contact me at
gays of orange carnations and from the and earliest, convenience. If
graduate school of the Capt. Paul Thompson, Ft. your
yellow slippers completedtheir University of Illinois. He is a Huachuca, Arizona; Mr. anMrs d possible please mall a card

costumes. counselor at the Brownsville Sollie Mitchell,Jacksonville with your name, address, zip
Tanya Rolle in yellow dotted Junior High School.The couple ; Mr s. Dorris Holt, Win and telephone number to Mrs.
white organza frock and a flat will make their home in Opa- ter Garden; and Mrs.Lilbourn William Littles, 1291 NW68th

organza bow for her headpiece locka Pappy: Ft. Lauderdale. Street, Miami, Fla. 33147.

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MIAMI TIMES July| 5'-, 19

t Notional Search On For Minority Execs I MIAMIDRIT I I IN OW -
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SAN FRAN JSCo.- -Entry search program Inauguratedhere lations, the Wilks group aims position.
level jobs are not the only this week by John L. its employee recruitmentat John Wilks cites the enormous I 8100 N.W. 7TH AVE. 693.-fl
I category of employmentsought WUks Associates. A longtime the proven-skills applicant push from every quarter
by minorities. Such is management consultingfirm who has had a limited opportunity for "more jobs for minor
the heart of the new talent specializing in public re for a $10,000 and above ties." "Well, we're for that
too, but where we intend to G4MWAY'hs7d
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perform our service is with
the companies who are looking /.ee,, '
for competent minority em- __
ployees for management and /2ct4'4/; ____i '
top executive levels. We don't
expect to hear much more
about not being abletofind
I qualified minority employ-
I i ees," Wilks declares.
Tabbed -ExecutiveSearch,"
the recruitment effort chargesone
fee and that is paid by the

__ employer. Applicants for consideration S
by one of the par- '
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Y ticipating firms simply fill out
; S specially prepared E/S forms;
during the start-up phase of
A (t
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will be handled personally.
Subsequently, mass information -
will be fed to a computer,
and companies will add their
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CONVENTION COOKOUTGarth C. Reeves (I left), publisher of 'offers." [ ;.,"' "-L'"

The Miami Times and vice president of the National Newspaper Publishers Wilks says that"it just isn't WAIl' DsNEYNu'W ;, ItlBCKBEAR1fS
Association, with other honored true that there are not competent -
poses guests at Schenley Distillers' Saturday -
middle income execu-
cook-out for delegates to the NNPA's recent 28th annual convention in tive am 0 n(' minorities. We

New York City. Left to right: Mr. Reeves; Charles T. Williams, vice presi know where hey are now, and

dent of Schenley Distillers Co. and host for the cookout, which was held in want they are to telling go"theE/Schlef us where they TECHNIcOLOR. I G flflf" .,

his home in Rosly, Long Island; Mrs. Ada Franklin, publisher of the Kansas states. stRwG ./.......'',''.r.
City Call; Herbert Wright, manager o f public relations administration of the PETER DEAN SUZANNE I
Executive Search is headquartered -
Phillip Morris Tobacco Co.; John H. Sengstacke, publisher of the Chicago in San Francisco at USTINOV- JONES PLESHETTEPLUS
Defender and the Pittsburgh Courier Group. 681 Market Street."We intendto
I II maintain a conservative .
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I UE ""'O G MARRIAGE J j personal to establish and computer legitimate operation Jj J HUnON. O DJI1JFf[ R ( PRMNf'[ MllmN[ DERif[ 'J JO I3OOD r
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CITY \ Gwendolyn Delores Faison c
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daughter Mr. an Mrs. [ .
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Perry Owens and granddaughter : )"
First Miami Ryu of Mrs. Callie Faison be- I positively. Pj rJ EASTMAN COLOR 1"11':11"1'1'. I
came the bride of Mr. Morris

MiaFrrowIn Anderson 30, at the Jr.home, on of Sunday her parents.,June I Wmijr : W : :
William Castle Production \
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Rosemary'sBaby jthonj.The officiated double by ring father ceremony Donald An-was IfW FOX'S iiwmlHmfEWil\i; r!

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Cassavetes The bride graduated from
_ John Northwestern High School in \\ "
1966 and attended Tennessee @ A Mountain Of Soul/ fj!
r- AM University.
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The bridegroom, son of Mr. .
and Mrs. Morris Anderson Jr. 4ihJuIy
graduated from May's High I I
School in 1956 and attends
Tennessee University. :::::::::::: Night & Weekend ::: ::::::

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Beach the couple will ::::::::::. Inez & Charlie t:::::::::: ,
reside, at 8900 NW 18th Ave. ;
Friends will receive invitations II II
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l? Inez & Charlie Foxx BAND }{)-

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"Not guilty" sez the fellow standing in frpatof: the judge on
an alleged traffic offense. Then the judge sez to the policeman
who caused this man to be in court "you may proceed." The i

policemen then gives a dissertation on what he saw you do, or (>
what he sez you did, and from that moment on . you just as .
well shut up, because whatever you say not only isheld againstyou '
but charged to you. The policeman is always right. He hasa

badge, and he is the law,and you haven't got a chance in hell.

no matter who you are . what: your record is or what really j
happened. So the judge "puts a hurting on you," and a poor !
working slob with a family has a hard time paying $15.000 fine sx r
and $5.00 court costs.

Can you picture me running out into 7th Avenue at 8:30 a.m.,
from 56th Street(into a four-lane street mind you) at rush hour

without stopping for the stop sign. I ain't ready to go yet, and if : :
that ain't suicide, I don't know what is. I stopped at the stop .
sign at theS.W. corner of 56th Street moved un further so- thatI '. 1J.; ..

could see.up.7th Avenue because the Salvation Army Truck __ .m .. m__.____
was sitting there with it's back gate lift down . saw the Ready and raring to go during the National Out-

policeman a half block away, and made my turn. He made a U- board Pleasure Craft Championship Regatta at the Mia- With a pan of paint,a speedy summer recreation program
turn, turned on his light and gave me a ticket at 53rd Street mi Marine Stadium, July 11.14, and Queen for the event, roller, a strong arm and a tall began Monday, June 17, the
for failing to stop at a stop sign. How he'made a U-turn on lovely and daring Toni SUan Miami-Metro News photo friend, a little guy can really rooms of the Lincoln Gardens
7th Avenue at that hour, r 11 never know, except that a blinking reach the ceiling and give a Recreation Center were a

police light will make anybody stop or move over. Moreover, good paint job to the walls of beautiful apple green, a good
from where he was sitting when I saw him, he couldn't even see Free Schooling Helps You the Lincoln Gardens Recrea- color for the wonderful sum \

the stop sign . and the law clearly states that if there is a tion Center Alonqwith the rest mer months of fun and games.

cross walk you must stop behind the line . if there is one Qualify For PromotionAttention of the youngsters and enoughcans The program at the centeris I
line, you stop behind it,and if not,you proceed to the curb line of paint from the Dade sponsored and staffed by the '

before stopping. Mayme was right behind me, and had to sit in all Group 3 E m- course will be seven weeks in County Park and Recreation Metropolitan DadeCountyPark
the corner and wait for someone to be courteous enough to let ployees! Here is your oppor- duration and sessions will be Department Shop, Kenneth and Recreation Depart-
her out, and I was already getting my ticket when she caughtup. tunity to qualify for a promotion -. held twice a week on Tuesdayand Smith did his share of helping ment and is free to all school
That is how bad the traffic was Anyway, I went to court No expense to you! Thursday from 4:30 to make the center like new. Not age children.Come Join the fun

before a lady Metro traffic Judge.After hearing my story, and After seven weeks sponsor- 6:30 p.m. Refreshments will to stand idly while Ken painted this sum mer. All phases of

the policeman spoke after I did, she fined me and gave me two ship of the course"How to Get be served. aloft, Ben Newsome grab- recreation is offered from
points. Some months backa woman ran into my car, and I wentto A Promotion and How to Passa Register now! Call Mrs. bed a roller and Joined arts and crafts to sports and

court and drew this same lady Judge. This woman' hit m* Test" the City of Miami Elaine Wat jen at extention 491. painting marathon. When the dance

and I was practically standing still in the pirking lane . Beach is ready to underwritethe

this, lady Judge gave me a stiff fine and charges me three cost of starting a new ses
points. I am not the only slob who has had what we think is unfair sion. Will you take advantageof
judgements by this Judge. I have talked with several, and this opportunity? THE

we are going to file a complaint to the Bar Association, County The course is designed to
Commission and County Manager to have the files of this judge help 1 city personnel enhance CITY OF MIAMI
Most of her harsh have been
investigated. judgements against their ability to pass promo- '
males and it is own personal opinion after hearing so many
my tional exams;and,it also gives Wishes its the
complaints from Citizens of Dade County,that this Judge shouldbe you an opportunity for individualized to express appreciation to :i :

investigated .and removed from the bench presiding over instruction in your. following for their cooperation.on -" *..r-'. 'i,
traffic violations. Now I know that there are thousands weakest areas. \
people who break traffic laws everyday, but there must be Teachers for this specialized t
something that can be done about people who are taken advan- training have been especially ,
tage of because the policeman's word is law. The system is selected by the Dade 1 1I
that the citizen i has no word, even under oath. Most of our County Board of public Instruction STARS 4V ER ..MIAMIinipirtd I I

Metro judges are fine gentlemen and will try to judge Impartially for this type of pre- .
both sides of the case,but it seems to me that a man had sentation. They have been
two points and a fine against him before he says "Not guilty, trained by the Federal govern-

your Honor" in that particular court room. ment and have had a wide rangeof

success with this program.
Why is it that our Meter Maids are not promoted? Why is it Why not register for the by

that they are usually gone from the force before their six- course? The second group will NATIONAL ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEEfor
months probation is over? Is it that they are not good enough? be enrolled July 11 at 4:30 p.m. YOUTH OPPORTUNITY
From all of the young women who have been "tried" as Meter in the faculty room of the Ida Co-Chairmen
Maids do you mean to tell me that not one made permanent? Fisher Community School GARTH REEVES HARRY BOTWICK \

Just questions. Maybe someone will answer them for me. which is located at 1424 Drexel Editor Florida State

Avenue on Miami Beach The Miami Times Theatres "
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: The Stars Over Miami talent I '
show at Virrick Park was a gasser. Monday night They had ACTORS GUILD! VARIETY MUSICIANS LOCAL 155 MOTION PICTURE
four little fellows calling themselves the "Little Sensations'who ( ) OPERATORS
T7r MnTvkIrMek Frank CucltU. rV,"M."tJHMI
311 ULT.S.E. and MPMO
stole the show.The oldest one was 12, and they dressed to MMf ... MiyiiEmwttu *
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perfection. They won, of course,because they were good! ?. . IkitttrSTAGEHANDS Fnl' MarhMMihtu
The Frisco Kids now appearing at the Marco Polo Hotel on the ajtat "
Harry Ia hritklittriel UNION
Beach stars and wowed the than 4 j
were guest really more 4,000
people packed into Virrick plrk.. Flip Wilson is still,killing f Jitm ,.... WfctH St...., "!cI4.", II..,,,. Cajltwiy '
them on TV. He is turning out to be the hottest comedian in the Harry IUrttl I.ikyI Phil B.niyMMU CfciM VaJtt
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country, and wa are all very proud of him . Lee Black is M ("
back in town. Nice to have him around . Things shaping up I PROGRAM, INC.ITHEFOOTIIGHTERS. Mil. KM*
for the Disc Jockeys and TV announcers convention at the Four 11ft ..... RADIO STATION WAME EiMrthra S......."
MiHM ti" 11I" Smut
mbassadors and Dupont Plaza and Everglades in August.They "' :
UkylMDAD WTHS-TY, Channel :
are planning a big show with Sam&Dave and a number of other
top acts at the Miami Stadium on Thursday, August 15, and a t.. Marsh, ,,"14... COUNTY'FEDERATION
big gospel show at Dinner Key Sunday,August 18. Get ready, Irttrar Maria OF LABOR ENTERPRISES
Every minute anda larry "UNy" tartoI L L lace Jr. Jack. lit....
they're bringing it over . .The National Association of Fun- Jtk ItrtUparMERCANTILE "Jilt.' .".
eral Directors and Morticians will be here when the Republicans half. someone I THE NEWPORT MOTEL
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convention is in session. I wonder if that means anything
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special ? ? ? Dr. George Green is directing the Liberty City calls AAMCO St." sirs.. I The M C.,. C'farf ....1." TII, kitten
EOPI while Benny O'Berry is vacationing. Peanuts Taylorof '14.> ""14.", TN'" WitfcmffnTX
the Drumbeat Club in Nassau is in town for a couple of days Every week AAMCO satisfies more I FLORIDA POWER LIGHT BINDERBALDWINPIANOS Swil fctrckartHVM
than 10.000 transmission/ problems. I Muitftf trt
. Eileen Lotz, Administrative assistant to County Manager You get free towing, a free road, COMPANYAar.y AND ORGANS
Porter Homer still a bang-up job for the county . Now that check, fast, efficient servIce-most 14, S.k.ltli
times in ,just one day. And with pia 1.W.1t
Diamond Cab Company is on strike . good." They not only AAMCO. your transmission can be
refused to hire Negro drivers, but will not come Into Negro protected by over 500 AAMCO Canters
coast to coast.
neighborhoods to pick up passengers, and are not too particular Every minute and a half, some OTHER COMMITTEE MEMBERS
about bringing folks from downtown or the airport. This one proves Willie Blatt, Jack!. Corbolt, lira, Cromartii, Arthur Evans, Judge Milton A. Friedman,
means we shouldn't ride in their cabs, and we should get-to You can trust yourtransmission Robert Fulton, Cassandra .Hannah, Roscoe Mafchati, William RolU, Timothy Savage, Richard \

gether and see if we can discourage their licensing as a PUB- to AAMCOI Strachan, and Jonathan Thurston.
Alto to participating, staff mtznbtr of
note to Comm. Earl Carroll
International Airport Hotel who is leasing county property
staff is of
bell hops. Their entire
to hire Negro
And to all trios. who contribut.d in any way to the program.
Cuban nationality. We sure wish you would check into this mat-
ter and bring it before the County Commissioners. It is our Wfrltt't ........ ,.....",1111... *".cI.",'. TNI PUBLIC IS INVITE Tl III THIS FREE SHOWS DIM WHEAT 1M P.M. AT THE FOUOWIU Plus
taxes that pay for this property and we think our people . OPEN DAILY 8 TO 6 I
white, black, blue or green should have soma of the jobs there. SAT. 8 TO NOON MONDAYS WEDNESDAYS FRIDAYS

We have been told by the manager that they have not hired any- DOWNTOWN MIAMI ELIZABETH VIRRICK PARK DIXIE PARK MANOR PARK

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ITs good to be back in Miamiandget hip to what going on. 4Q
rm wondering bow many kids consider this first month m r

summer a drag. Well, all of those who feel this way, Fm with

you 100%. In Philadelphia, New York and Washington there Is
a Rock and Roll or Jazz Review every weekend. These renews

consist of such stars as the SaremesSterieWooder: Gladys
Knight and the Pips, the Temptations,Sam and Dare: the Van- (
cowers, Aretha Franklin and many other fcz* groups fiPhiladelphia ] .
the price for this type show is $1. They are

called $1.00 concerts when yon and I know that they are worth] ,.,'.;
a lot more. But these are the type things adults of Washington t

, New York and Philadelphia do for their youngsters In the com I -

I munity. ".' ; Xf" Jll
, Programs such as these ease the restlessness in kids, and f til I

we all know what we are capable of when restless. Is it that .,,... ,"
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you don't care? ,
U these type programs canbe arranged np north then Miami ,
adults should be able to pull the same strings for their younger t. .
citizens or maybe the magic city has just lost its touch.
I had the pleasure of going to me of the concerts in Wash t wr ..

ington. H starred Diana Ross and the Sapremes,Sterle Wonder Sod Wed / ?
and the Four Little Step Brothers. Sutu 01[ de '

The 4 Little Step Brothers are a dance team. They can do ::=
Oar Soul Sister of the week is Beverly Lynn parks,
anything from a tap dance: to the tighten-up.Their performance Strikes Twice
daughter of Mr. Jerry C. Parks and Mrs. Julia P. I
proved to be very entertaining.:
is interested in modern jazz, ballet,
Smith. Beverly
I Diana Ross and the Sopremes flowed on the stage with
Hawaiian and Tahitian,fashion designing and modeling. For Former Supreme
lavenda gowns cf pleated chiffon. They appeared so stunning .
that you didn't know whether to look at them or listen to them After graduation she plans to attend college to study
.that is until they began singing. And did they sing. In Rock architecture, interior decorating or fashion des igning. i For years, many profes- But everything that's new
and Roll they song everything from Baby Lore to Some Things As for now she attends Miami Jackson where she is a sional observers of the show about Florence isn't restrict.

You Never Get Used To. They left oe stage for a brief inter swincette. business scene have been pre ed to her career.
mission and returned even more stunning. This time singly dicting that one of the mem-
tunes by Rogers and Hart and Paul McCartney and John bers of theSupremes would Co February 29th; In Hono-

Lennon. someday become a star tuber lulu, Hawaii; Florence mar-
I can think of one: word to describe Sterie WCDer. great. He Youth own right and it is happening ried her longtime beau,
plays the organ like no one else,betas no equal on the bar- Opportunity todaYIRemember] Thomas Chapman, a former
monica and his drum solo was superb. I DeTer realized how member of the Motown Record

talented this boy was H ever be comes to Miami, don't miss Program "It's Our Bag"First the original Su- Corporation staff. Mr. Chap-
him. Ob yes, I almost forgot he sang to; and sang and saag. prernes, America's Number man now also advises Flor-
Fm sure we hare all heard about oar girl on the corer: cf Ole female vocal group?Thenof ence in a management capacity -
Time magazine. The no. 1 soul sister ArtCa Fnrtlia biDed of its kind Channel 2 Associate Coordinate, has course, you remember The couple make their

by the magazine as lady soul. It is a very fcterestag staT, daily program aimed Negro proved to be Just this person. Florence Ballard. . the tall home In Detroit, but coranute
starting on page 62. yoith, "it's Oar Bag" has Regularly a teacher in the statuesque beauty that Diana regularly between the Motor

While we are in the singing business we migtt as Ten hit on come ap with another first,as Dade County Public Schools, and Mary called "the quiet City and New York,vt.lerethey
a little local talent.Miami is well gifted and privileged to bare anaooaced this week by Bee her most recent community one" . and the member of have sublet a luxury apart-
their own personal soul sister. You can bear ber WM3M, Batter, program coordinatorand activity was In the Vestibule the trio whose fresh talent was ment.
WAME, WFUN and WQAM. You'll bow when you bear ber. ire producer for the Training Program. Immediately recognized by the
... She starts with the line"The Guys are gonoa wccna go oat and Dade Con::#y Youth Opportunity "When we pre-taped portions nation's major critics who Florence Ballard was born
play sometime, but girls you must not let it get you dowa." Program wtoo was to have of the July 1 program, It unanimously bailed Florenceas in Detroit In 1943. One of
Betty Wright has a message. If you tcrerft got it yet pick it been its regular hostess. was immediately obvious to us "a young Pearl Bailey." twelve children, she inherited
up at the Nearest recordshop."Glrls You Can't Do What The that Sylvia Rolle was made for her musical talent from her

Guys Do.") the demanding hostess role. Florence Ballard has no\ father, who played the guitar.

Therefore, we are retapingsome embarked upon a new careeras She m 3 de her professional
of the show to make this the of fifteen
debut at
a solo recording artist and singing age
N change over possible. performer, and from all indi- and shortly afterward
I Mrs. R 011 e's co-host the
s 7 cations, she will be every bit Joined with Diana Ross and
first week, was Ernie Fields, the Su-
as successful as when she ap- Mary Wilson to
disc jockey and Program DIrector -
peared on the nation's toptele- premes. Beginning in August
of WMBM, Radio. vision shows and in all of the 1964 and continuing in quick

," '. best supper clubs with Ameri- succession thereafter, seven
ca's sweethearts of song. of their consecutive record-
Lelill . .6i'V Ings reached the Number One
position on the United States
\ Florence has signed an exclusive -
STEVIE RUTH ROSLYN record charts, a feat still un-
recording contractwith
Karen McCrae hosted a party for Rosryn Smith who has returned ABC Records, anj her matched by any American vocal
: home from Girls State. 't. first group. Florence has ap-
single the label, n
Ruth Stobbs also threw a set this past week. Doesn't peared throughout the United
'- Matter How I Say Ifis
45 of the Week-"Stoned Soul Picnic"by the 5th Dimension States and Canada, as well as
frequently heard on the na-
Album of the Week "Aretha Now by Aretha Franklins SYLVIA ROLLE tion's airwaves. ABC Records In the Caribbean,England,Eu-

Says Miss Baxter, "from plans to release Florence's rope and the Far East. Her

the beginning, we knew the debut album within the month. name has become a household
Service program needed a youthful word to popular music fans
Guarantee BRAND NEW black host or hostess. The Some of America's hippest throughout the world.

problem was where to find young with-it designers were

VACUUM CLEANER such a person who'd be professlonally Myrtle Thompson 17,laugh. commissioned to create a Florence Is now ready to en-
capable, arti- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jose *I stunning new wardrobe especially core those club dates and tele-
O culate, sensitive to the Black Thompson of 4412 SW 23rdSt I for Florence, featuring vision shows that were the
attitudes, problems, and accomplishments West Hollywood, received thE SPECIAL PRICE and available South Florida Dairy COWlciJA i most talked about fashion From this day for-

50 twenty-four hours a day for the "look" since the 30"s influence ward, you'll be seeing more of

16 summer only The presentation was mad EASY "Sylvia Rolle, first recom- during the Attucks HSchool's I scene. familiar places.
7 ft. hose TERMS mended to serve as the show'sTRAVEL annual awards day]] -

Rig Tool program. Myrtle Is a membei r -
Ups. attachment COMPLETE WITH ALL of the '68 senior class, exe

Ext. wands ATTACHMENTSFREE 1 cutive council at Attucks Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE
Crevice tool Literary Magazine Club,an<<
6UKE4UToor the FHA Club Myrtle received -
awards for academi C
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VOICEOF/ I elements, economically, religious and,politically then we Mitch Miller Kicks Off Summer Concerts At Stadium -: T

can say as Christ died t o makeme :;.: >
l n h 01 y let us die to mike Mitch Miller will be guest Miller, whose 19 Sing- All 6,500 grandstand seatsin subscriptions.for $11.50., ,
El men free for God's truth, not conductor for the first 1968 aLong record albums have the bays Ide stadium are reserved $16 and $20.50.Tickets ; J .
the white man's truth, not the Summer! Concert presentedby sold 16 million copies to date, with individual con- are available at the'
THE Russian's truth, not the black the Greater Miami Philhar- is new to the summer series cert tickets selling for $1.25 Philharmonic office, 101
man's truths, not the so-cal- monic Society, Inc.,at the City and conducts music appealingto $1.75 and $2.;5., Madeira Ave., (second floor), ,
COMMUNITYwith led West Indian truths, not the of Miami Marine Stadium beginning all ages. Two kinds" of subscriptionsare Coral Gables; Marine Stadium \
so called Yankee's truth, not at 8 p.m.Saturday, For 10 consecutive Satur- .. offered forthe first time ; Allegro Music House;
the southern truths but our July 6. day evenings, internationally- this season -- five and 10 con- all Burdlne's stores and Jor- \
TOM WASHINGTONThe God. His truth shall continueto famous guest conductors and certs. The five concerts sub- dan Marsh main store. :
march on. soloists will be featured with scription is available for alternate t
Conquest of Fear. This is the only way to con- 49th St., was the guest speaker the Philharmonic Pops concerts or for the
Briefly may I Interrupt your quer fear Dr. Samuel Johnson on Our Sunday radio talk Orchestra, according to Alain first half, or second half of the HAPPYINDEPENDENCE i a :
thoughts for a few seconds that St.James Baptist Church, show. Comments are invited Lombard, music director of season and are priced at$6.25,
you might consider with me Northwest Second Avenue and 758-5573. the philharmonic society. $8.75 and $11.25. Ten concert DAY \
something that will be of great
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necessity us, black people I
alone but as so called civi- "
lized people and Christians. .
I feel that as a race whetherwe < '

are from Mississippi or ,
whether we are from the Bahamas It's TwiceTime [
though have learned the A !
other section isn't in Miami. ,
But I didn't know that the caucasian ') ,
doesn't care whether
you were born in the Bahamasor .' ..

Mississippi or in Georgia.As For twice the convenience (
the heat mangles like the '1
Wallaces and theBarnetts of

Mississippi."Niggers us as the" we If ugly they will adjective still referredto be referred as- bring home two cartons of Coke ,. :{{;

to as this. And I do
quickly learn very keenly as a bottles.
race of people to quit being so in cans or one-way !1

connective and when I say
connective, having the fear for w*' *OVI"''f"Arf(In W.tjj l t..n Mi 1:
what the Caucasian man might '
think about us or what a certain Q! c ;
group of people will think aboutus
than I think our communitywill
advance. It could advance iM' rt'au rtti'alAM I
Interlectually, it would ad- l } '
vance spiritually, it would ad- \
vance economically. I.-
I realize often that we say
that a Caucasian man is keep- jfriA \
ing us down, but I am a living a
witness that we do more harmto
ourselves in keeping our- ; \ w- S
selves down in pushing: the .
other man and stepping on 4- ; \ ti'
other people.We ii ,
are fearful,we are fearful _
that we will lose somethingbut
in being fearful we rea- j
lize that by standing for some- )I''
thing we will gainsomp.thIng.1 /

can't forget Tobuus, the great ,/
Jewish philosopher said, "I 'w. 4 S 4. .
can't help myself for what lam .1
if I am dirty I can washstand I
I can become clean if I am ignorant -
give me a chance and I
can learn and lean become intelligent 1 : '

If I am lazy give mea '.
chance and I can become ; /
smart. But if you are discriminating < '
against me because ;
of my color,you are dis- a.t.:? :,:.<
criminating against God who .';:h'i
made me."

And when you realize as a / .:: :
group of people that we shouldbe j.. .... .
proud of what we are and / )'':iI\: .. .
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stand on principles and be ..".. .,./, :
proud for what we are and not
to seek the so-called popularity j
based on following the
bandwagon than we can go.And \ 5, Ii '
then I can say I am not afraid ,, '
because I have an individualthat
we preach about every \ :
Sunday. \

Negroes, they have more ., .I
religion than any race verbally :. \
speaking but when it comesto I
protecting, it in their per-
sonality, in their behavior in
their conduct, in supporting
each other in supporting their I ; ,
leaders they are the less religious .
people. They are the ,. . : ::.' "' rn': : ..i'n..,....,<,. .> .ii2i.
more vicious people in de- I -i t . ::. :. ..:::::, :
stroying. We fear the white
but still support him. We say <
we hate him but we still love 1. S M W
him. What are we going to do 1 I _
about this?The civil rights bill ii
does not remove the ignor-
ance, it does not remove the 4
fear, it must be within the very

- As beings Dr. to King be, the men late and Intimate women. I V You can't have too much Coca-Cola

leader thing said to die,"If for I do it not, I believea am nota because Coke has the taste you never get tired of. .:

man. I should believe so
strongly that I should be willing So don't run out. Stock up now. ;
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to die for what lbelieve," :. 'f. '."q ,,. < :; ;...
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I hope and trust through the {> f$2
merciful eternal giving my \: .. .. I ,
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within the city of Miami ',- ' '
stay .t\t if
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that I' . s.. .. .. .. ... '''' :. rI .117'. o-
and the county of Dade ': ," I eoe.Qe.A >.o "eo i"MI..0....... .0.-.. ..IMMN 011.>tir? f".t'neouc Of twt COCA--cOi.terN/. t. "w; \ '"1 '. .1'. ,. _
will see our Negro supportingour I.. ; .' . . ,' Bottled under tht authority.. of TM CoM-CoU. Company by iM pwp*In your town who bring you Coca. Cc'J.! ,f':' '' t4*;,'.'.'"M.'' ) VI 'At.. ,.

Negro all
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Round About United Insurance College fund $25,000 11 11The

United Insurance Company man of the UNCF
Talk of America, representedby campaign, Assistant 'I
Walter M. Lenhard, Jr., of Industrial Relations !

_BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL I president, along with 0. T. Hogan -. land Steel; and, Tilden 1
chairnz n'of the board and 1 mlngs, member of the II

MIAMI-MAN ABOUT TOWN .. Mrs. Ted Miller, (MargieLows founder and A. D.Johnson, Steering Committee,
) 2710 NW 48th St.,was rushed tojackson Memorial Hospital secretary and c founder of dent of Continental Illinois I \

28 days ago In a comi, "undetermined causes" . As the forty-nine year old com- tional Bank of Qhlcago.:
this column goes to press, she's still reported In a cooma. pany, became one of the major This gift brings the
Woodwood Bldg Room 413 . Mrs. Fannette Clark Lyons, contributors to the nationwide campaign total to
16101 Bunche Park E, Dr., returning this week-end, to Opa- United Negro College $110,000. The target for
locka from New York where she attended Fund through a recent gift of
the wedding of her cago and suburbs is $
nephew, Clifford Rougal Jr . Beatrice Edgerson returnedto $25,000 to UNCF. by year end.
Miami, Monday night after spending a month In New York The United Negro College The colleges and
Fund is federation of 36 independent
vacationing. She attended the a -
"Martin Luther King Memorial versities that belong to
Benefit" which took place at the NY new Madison Square Gar- accredited senior Fund are predominantly I
den last Friday night, June '28. The ",. L. King Memorial"! colleges and universities organized gro institutions. They
to seek financial
featured such stars as Aretha Franklin, (Miss Soul) Sam andDave sup- approximitely40,000 fu also'I
,( Double Soul) Sonny and Cher, (Mr. and Mrs. Soul) and port through an annual,nation- time students. They m
many others . Kirkland Smith (Thatpretty HI' Ft. Lauder- wide appeal. an open-door
dale school teacher)sportin' her new'68 Dodge Coronet around The presentation of the gift policy for potentially
was made In the offices of
town . The George Heastiesshe's the former Gloria Stew- high school graduates of
art) of 82nd Street,the proud parents of a new eight pound baby United Insurance Company of races and creeds from
America, One East Wacker
girl, Melanleandtheyareraovlngintotheirnewhomoat 183rdSt. parts of the country.The .
Drive Dr. James
Chicago R.
18th Ave., North Miami Beach. . The Eugene Williams ,
(she's Nathalie) new baby born June 4, Eugene Jr., resides at Lawson, president of Fisk Institutions are
33rd St. and 5th Avenue. University, Nashville, in 11 Southern states and
Tennessee, went to Chicago to state of Ohio. Mostare
the behalf of the liberal ats
accept gift on graduate,
Mrs. James Trice with,their two children,James Jr.and Irene national committee.In leges.
addition to the above of
,rep- largest portion
arrived in Miami via turnpike, Monday night. While In Miami
resentatives of the local com- contributed dollar is
they will visit Nassau, Bahamas The Trices'are from Akron, j
mittee present were; WilliamG. the colleges to bolster
Ohio, address 1074 Taylor Street.
Caples, chairman of the arship and financial aid
UNCF campaign Vice for than
President of Inland Steel students.
NY(LOOking like a teen) enjoying the Marvin Gay, 12th Street L ;
Warren H. Bacon co-chair- A portion of gift
Apollo Show. . Lawrence "Tack" Finder(formerly 20th St) every young ing together."
still a growing real estate'scion" . Earl McPhee (Browns-
ville-ian) now residing In Trenton, N. J., a professional pool
player. (Known as the "Shark") ,.HarveyHaH (former Dor- r.
sey High School football star) known In New York as the "ac- : II :"

tor" . Donald Sands (Agatha Sands Simmons' Brother) at J MI1tirRN
the Nassau Ball (Renaissance Ballroom) last week Saturday

night, having a ball. . Eddie Floyd (singer and song writer) ; 011h
composed the new Sam ;and Dave hit, "Baby what you mean tome 5 !l
." Time and Tide wait for no man,this Is Scoop Bethel say-
Ing, C-U-NX-WK. f

"Disillusioned" Man Flees r;:,''.


I I Cuba, Faces Jail TermWilliam *-

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Henry Nelson, who raft. ''i
became "disillusioned' with The' FBI charged him with k'
the Castro regime after five interstate transportation o f s 1e

years in Cuba, is being held stolen property.A .
for trail here. court-appointed attorney,
accused Edward Wordon, represented ,
The 24-year-old,
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,. stealing the $18,000 shrimp Nelson at the hearing before '
boat "E una Mae" In 1963 to Albury who ordered him bound
flee to Cuba because he was over to the federal court here r

"fed up' with the U.S., escaped under $5,000 bond. ;
Nelson who once lived In I
from Communist Island 1 ?
rds., ,t i
earlier this week on a raft of Philadelphia, told authorities
inner tubes. here that he "would sooner be fR vy

He was arrested by the FBI in a U. S. Jail than stay in
when he arrived in Key West Cuba' where be said he became :
aboard a Coast Guard ship "disillusioned' over r ., ::
which rescuedhimandtwoCuban racial discrimination and
refugee companions from other aspects of life under the

the 12 foot canvascovered Communists.

II Mayor Hall Issues Statement 'r

On Summer EmploymentMetro a .

Mayor Chuck Hull: issued opinion it is tie) responsibilityof 4
this statement because of Dade's businessmen to 44
certain I difficulties with regard assist us in these areas of

ro summer employmentfor community responsibility > xira
our young: people; Similarly, I should also point 4 f; I
In my estimation, while the out that we need the maximum y.

private sector has responded cooperation possible from our .
well to the problem of Jobs labor unions. These young g 4 fl4'f
for hard-core unemployed, people are largely unskilledand S -
which Is within 95% of the goalof are not trying to take Jobs 6 6 1i ___
900, the business commun- from union members. In light

ity this summer has fallen of this, and considering the ,
short in the area of providing temporary nature of the Jobs, k A "'ADWta bw_ o
summer jobs for young people.As $1.60 per hour seems to me a
must be all too apparent reasonable wage for most
you from news of the last few young people. Million Dollar Oil Man: George DixonGeorge

days, numbers of poor youthare
seeking employment this I want every Dade businessman -
summer. to give some hard thoughtto
this problem, and then can Dixon is a successful American Oil As George says, "They're long but happy

While it Is true that 112 Mr. Cunningham attheNa- Dealer. His success comes because of the hours because I like to meet my customers...

businesses have responded Including tional Alliance of Business- way he uses the million dollars in equipment, they're my neighbors and friends."
some of our most respected men's Office, telephone 379-
companies, the large 7052, and make the maximum facilities and products American Oil has put One good dealer doesn'tIn

majority of Dade County em- employment contribution pos- his hands. make an oil company greatHe

ployers has virtually ignored sible. makes them work for his customers-and ...but, 29,000 good ones do. III
our appeals. The Dade County ,
private enterprise employ- It is imperative that we re- their cars are better for it.: >, '* AMERICAN' '

ment rolls include more than ceive a response Immediately h. 1If .
Surely we from the Dade business ..,L .
250,000 ". "")o. (X; "".i'. , ;
can add to this body of workers community -- obviously, the f; 'J S '-' f.f'' : "* l' t "'You expect more from American and you gst i iAmerica i/.* '
is Our
an additional 2600 for disad- summer on us. young

vantaged young people. In my people can't wait. : *OH Compaoy, *Trad.nwti'


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THOMAS ;, --- ('

Sir Rufus: chum(sounds .
like the conductor of a symphony )>:-U
) has Just written the :'i
theme song for the picture ''
"Window Across The Ever- : 1 1AJ1'
glades," the song: "Lonely
rz- Boy Blues" by Dr..Soul*him- I I

self.The i I
U. B. S. (United Black I
Students) compiling massive
documentary black, historical h ;
cultural and educational
program to be presented
weekly on local television.

.1. Ivy Leaguer"Fishman"has ... .. ,: II
opened up a number of busi-
:jf; w nesses on JL7th Avenue and Seated, left to right, Barbara Thompson, 16,
moving on down the avenue
and Juanita Jones 20.
h. Standing, Dorothy Quart-
LAST MINUTE (congratulations). erman, 19, Arthur J. Sparkes district
INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUMMER WORKERS Can't get a ride, that new acting manager
Mary Jones 21 Ernestine Holland 15 with
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Frank Cannon of the Jitney (Brownsville Charlie)
Secretary Equal Opportunity Program, offers some last
showing postal be served
map zones to by new ;
B THE "Talk of the town.
minute advice to 62 students who reported Pan American World Airways to fill Alladin-Burber ? ? ? Well Social Security Branch Office, at 5225 NW 12th

summer jobs. He told the students to do a good job this summer and the doors wouldbe that's what I had when I stopped Avenue. Missing from picture is Pat Roundtree,

open to them next year. The project for summer jobs is part of the program of In Bernie's new Eatery in 16.

JOBS MIAMI, local arm of the National Alliance of Businessmen. Opa-locka. I
Municipal Court Judge The Social Security Dis- for economically or educationally -
Donald Wheeler Jones has a 'trict office in North Miami is disadvantagedyoung
broad smile for all the fellows 'employing( six young wemen people. Mary Jones,21,
Humphrey Orders Probe "on the scene' ..the minute this summer with a two-fold and Patricia Roundtree, 16 are
he hits the "stem" you can purpose: six pairs of young and sponsored by the South Flori-
I hear greetings coming from ,willing hands and eyes are tia! Neighborhood Youth Corps.
every shoe shine stand,barber 'helping the office with its many
Of Mississippi PoliticsWASHINGTON shop, pool room and business 'clerical, filing, and typing'"""Acting District Manager
establishment. The familiar I chores; and the six young Ne- Arthur J.Sparkes says that the
words H ere comes the Judge, I gro women, whose ages vary girls are alert and eager to
.- Vice cratic State Convention in tee. I urge that your committeewill here comes the Judge" . J from 15 to 21, are gathering learn and that they are alreadyan
President Hubert H. Hum- Mississippi, are disturbing."I proceed to undertake a full Wallace Robinson of Mop j experience as summer asset to the staff of his busy
phrey has called for a full investigation know that as chairman of investigation of these events. City Tonsorial who marriedthe trainees in a large business office. Their help is especially
of Democratic the special equal rights committee former Theresa Shabarekh setting. needed at this time when the
Party politics in Mississippi of the Democratic National "As one who participated last Sunday, had one of the big- Barbara Thompson, age 16, North Miami District office is
after charges of discrimination Committee you have followed actively In achieving the 1964 gest weddings in town...look- Juan it a Jones, 20, Dorothy setting up a branch at 5225 NW,
were made by State these events closely.The Equal Rights resolution gov- ed like a top fashion parade array I Quarterman, 19, and Er- 12th Ave. This branch office,
of the last word in couif- I Ifeu nestine Holland, 16, were referred -
NAACP leader Charles Evers 1964 convention tookan, erning our party's' organi- which will service postal zones
who withdrew from the historic step to see that dele-' zational mechinery, I want to r s, chapeauxs and modes J J by the Florida State 33127, 33142,33147,and 33150is
Mississippi delegation. gates were selected without assure you of my fullest coop- . (and all the players were. Employment service under the expected to open early to
discrimination to and there too). Youth Opportunity campaign July.
as race, eration in seeing that the intentof
The Vice-president sent the that the democratic partywasopen that resolution Is carriedout Miss jerri Jones,the Miami
following telegram to Gov to all persons regardlessof as we proceed to the convening "Soul-I1 1tet' with her revue; Drag
Race Claims 5th
packing them in to S.R.O. in
Richard J. Hughes of New race. of the 1968 Democratic
Jersey, chairman of the "It will be most importantfor Convention. Freeport. ..(local girl makes 1'1
special equal rights committee the 1968 convention its good). Youngster As VictimThe
appointed by the Democratic Seventh Avenue getting that :
appropriate committee to havea "Our National party's posi-
National Committee after careful record as to the tion has been made very clear Broadway look with the new offices -
the of Matthews-Braynon fifth of seven youngs- smashed into the wall of a mot
Mississippi Freedom events which have transpiredat by the reports and statement ::
Democratic Party cahllenged the precinctandcountycon- of your Equal Rights Committee. Mapp and the new medical the convention in 1964. The ventions, as well as, the state A special investigationnow center, Tropical Record Co., I'drag race that ended when a They were Ruthie Mae Harms
telegram, sent Tuesday night convention in Mississippi.It is of these events In Mississippi etc. 'convertible crashed through ris, 14; Fay Ellen Bridges, 14;'
an eight-inch cement and Robert Graham 19.
read ,
: my understanding that a number will go far toward un-
YOUNG TALENTTO wall died late night
"Dear Saturday ,
of allegations of discrimination derlining the firm commit- A sixth passenger, Deyansa'
"Reports that have received have already been ment which our party madeto PERFORM i;sheriff's deputies reported Sturrup, 17, remains in criti-
over the past few weeks,and brought to the attention of the its members and to the nation this week. cal condition at JMH.
the events today at the Demo- tecial Equal Rights Commit- In 164." ATLANTA, Ga. Two top Eddie Spaulding, 17, of 1290
singing groups have been ]NW Sail St.,was the latest vic- Bernard Driessen, 18, the
added to the long list of young I|tim of the n ishap to die. Late driver of the car, escaped
I New AMVETS Post Formed In MiamiThe talent performing commerj j last week Mary Mitchell, 15, serious injury and has been
cials for Coca-Cola. New ,of 1027 NW 63rd St. died at released from the hospital.He
AMVETS is the short 56th Street, where regular writing AMVETS Post #75, radio tapes for summer re- ,Jackson Memorial Hospital. was charged with reckless
name for the American Vet- meetings are held each Tuesday P. 0. Box 186 Edison Station, lease include the versatile Three of the passengerswere driving in the accident,but officers
erans of World War n up to at 8 p.m. Allinterested I Miami. The AMVE posU75 quintet "The Fifth Dimension"and killed instantly In the said he may now face
the present time. AMVETS veterans are asked to Join by has great plans in the makingfor recording stars "Gladys June 15th accident as the car, manslaughter charges In the
Posts are to establish their applying on meeting nights or our Miami area. Knight and the Pips." ;racing at 100 miles an hour, mishap.
own stability and to partici-
pate in and promote civic pro-
jects for the betterment of the My KseR tk a Hewtk.rls dr
community. The members are
dedicated to uphold and defend
the Constitution of the United Tr,*.

States; to safeguard the prin- J.

ciples of freedom, liberty,and i
Justice for all; to promote the ._
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cause of peace and good will Kenneth L. Hawthorne, a Mr. Hawthorne's headquarters -
among nations; to maintain inviolate sales representative for the will be at the Gulf facility
the freedom of our Gulf Oil Corporation in Pitts- in Lawn, Pennsylvania,
country; to preserve the fundamentals burgh for the past three years, near Harrisburg. He will re-
of democracy;and has been named Supervisor of port directly to Mr .H.Frost,
especially to render mutual { Gulfs entire Pennsylvania Reseller Sales Director of
assistance to veterans and L. Turnpike system of service ,Gulfs Eastern Region.
their families. stations. The promotion was
Before being promoted to
announced by E. F. Jacobs,.
The officers ofAMVETS rl Marketing .vice President, Sales Representative in 1964,
Mr. Hawthorne worked as
Post #75 in Miami are J. W. Eastern Region. retail
a consignment rep-
Crawford, commander; resentative for Gulf. Previousto
Charlie Powell, first vice Artistic Floral ShopHOME In his new capacity as Turn- this he and his brother man-
pike Super visor, Mr.Haw- aged their fa t b e r's service
commander; William Manker; thorne will be
responsible for station for 10 years.
second vice commander; : 693-2708 SHOP: 691.7475 all retail product sales at
Gulfs 11 turnpike stations and A native Plttsburgber, Mr.,
Herbert Murray, third vice- ARRANGEMENTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
the ISOGulfemployees who Hawthorne graduated: from
commander; Willie Powell, NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL"You man them. In addition, Mr. Scbenley High School in 1952.

Judge Advocate finance;officer Charles John Edwards Can't Go Wrong if You Give Flowers" Hawthorne will work with He attended Virginia State
; those agencies, particularlythe College and the University of
Black, provost marshall; and MRS. MABLE BODIE, Prop. Pennsylvania Turn pike Pittsburgh tie also studied at

Melvin R. Knowles, adjutant. MRS. DORA M. WILLIAMS, Bus. Mgr. Commission, charged with the General Motors Training

A temporary post home has 1551 NW 62nd STREET MIAMI FLORIDA maintaining the super high- Center nical Institute.and the Lincoln Tech-

been established at 1251 NW way.

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Whitney M. Young,Jr.,exe- million dollars in the last half in the New York Urban Coali-

cutive director of the National, dozen years tion, formed late in 1967 as Happy faces for the ribbon cutting at Food Fair Happy Center, 1051 NW -

Urban Standard League, acceptsa$50000 Oil Company,- He said that h by leading part of a nationwide effort to 62 Street. City Commissi mer, Mrs. M. Athalie Range, uses the shears, as Cityof
the mobilize broad private and I
(New Jersey) contribution .. the way company and setting played an example a major public support for anti- Miami Mayor Stephen P.Clark and City Manager, M.l. Reese smile approv-

from Milo M Brisco, a vice part in establishing the trendof poverty programs in the ingly. Miami-Metro News Division Photo.
president and director of theworld's cities.
recent toward
years mean-

At right largest is James oil, which ingful today corporate includes support sub, The New York Coalition is .'American' Negro Commemorative Societyr

community relations coordi- stantial contributions to the made up of about 150 business,
nator for Humble Oil &Refin- I
League from a wide range of religious, civil rights
affiliate ing Company, principal U. S, large business firms. Con- and urban leaders,with the development Opens Charter Membership Drive
of Jersey Standard.Mr. .
tinued support for Urban Lea- new business enterprises 1
Young noted that finan-
cial aid from Standard Oil gue activities and goals by residents of owned low-income and run by PHILADELPHIA. The will be accepted and no re- been reserved for presentation -
Company (New Jersey)for Ur- Standard Oil Company (New American Negro Commemorative strikes will be permitted.As a to the President of the
-- and better
ban League and Jersey) dates back more than housing, job op- Society, headed by Negro matter of fact, after each United States, the second
programs portunity, education and train-
operating has total- two decades. artist George Beach, has be- member has received his hall- specimen for the national ar-
expenses ing--as tcp-p r i or i t y ob jec-
ed more than a quarter of a Mr. Brisco, at left,active tives. gun a monthlong Charter marked and seriallynumbered chives. Several other distin-
Membership Drive which will sterling silver proof of each guished recipients will be included -

end on July 20, the date by issue, the dies for that issue on our honorary mem-

which Its charter membershiprolls will be destroyed. This limit- bership rolls.

Campaign Cost $1.2 Million are to be permanentlyclosed. ed-edition concept, which has "I urge those who are interested -

been successfully followed for In joining with us in

In opening the Charter several years by our mentors, this unique endeavor to be sure
WASHINGTON.-The Poor sympathetis businesses, civil tion's after the
capital right Membership Drive Beach The National Commemorative to mail their charter member-
Peoples Campaign here cost groups, civil rights organiza- April 56 riots,long before the stated "This Society has, been Society, will help to Impart the ship applications before the
the public close to $1.2 mil- tions and support committees first campaign people arrived established to tri- proper value to each of our issues closing date of July 20. For

lion, federal government of- organized early in the year by here bute to the great pay A raer proper lean Negroes and make it worthy of a more Information,please con-

ficials said this week. SCLC. who have made significant home In important museums tact meat our society's head-*
But that sum may fall for and private collections. quarters,which are locatedinthe
churches William Calomiris,, president contributions to our nation's -
short of what theJinal expense Washington area "The first silverspecimen In
sterling Lewis Tower Building
of the Metropolitan Wash- heritage, many of whom
donated food and
will total--a that living space, "
figure may of each issue has
never be known.On clothing Doctors,dentists, ington Board of Trade,said the have been forgotten. We will Philadelphia.

11 when the Southern and nurses gave their time, combination of events may honor a different person every .
Confer- companies gave medicine.And have cost the city $20 million month, and our commemoration -
Christian Leadership in the form of ster- KNIGHT.BEJ.I
ResurrectionCity individuals chipped in every- to$30 million in business. will be
ence planted medals .
silver art
ling sculp-
thing from loaned automobiles
the campaign's plywood to th price of a longdistancetelephone The federal government tured by distinguished artists.
shanty town, on national parkland call back home. stands to get something backon This is an art form that can H.ASANEW HEAT
near the Lincoln Memorial -
its contributions, but be expected to lastforcen-
federal officials said
Jail and court costs for the it won't be much. turies.
there would be little cost to the FRANK WILLIAMS' COMPANY
more than 200 demonstrators SCLC was required to post The subjects to be honored
government.But .
arrested a week ago yesterdayhave only a $5,000 bond. will be nominated by an emi- PRESENTS:
by the t i m e Resurrection '
not been estimated.And nent board of advisors and selected -
City was dismantled and The materials of Resurrection -
hauled away last week the fed- City still owned by SCLCand by the membership at,
tend to of Holiday
eral business men large. Each of the members
expenses were officially
now in government hands
blame the campaign for a por-
$231,684.The the Society will receive one
might be negotiated as partial
District of Columbia tion of the drastic business and payment. sterling silver proof of each
tourist slump that hit the na- Weekend
medal issued. extra
estimated Only one
its own expenses ;a
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from the poor People's Campaign - I I, "''"J,": ,rlJ1 I specimen will be produced '

at about $500,000 not 7 '" ,'JI k I and that single specimen, not All-Star

counting police costs during ' : -t., '". I allocated to a member,will be
last week's demonstrations.The I struck in solid platinum. It will

SCLC, although tight- lEST NEWS STORY :,. be auctioned off to the highest .., Show
lipped about money matters, .. I bidder with a guaranteed bid .
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conceded it spent about$350.- M f of $1,000 placed by friends of A:: '" <}

000 to operats the campaign ., IN 1967 the Society, and the full proceeds ::'''" STARRING
\ t
The Washington Evening Star !":"'k; ':! !1' ': \i"rl1 '.'. : I I ,. ...:', '. ,, :t'..;;..' ,. I of this sale will be do- t
ir .,"': ,,,,. '. ..t :. ." .' : charitable -A
said it cost an additional IB ,,"" ,' ,I.. '. !: :; nated to an appropriate ., Betty Wright
KMhiMfettiM ,;* ? :" ! $100,000 to build ResurrectionCity s the award our community news- cause I

and there was another paper received last week in competition with the subject being commemo- "Girls Can't Do Like Boys Do I
$10,000 spent to bring the mule rated.
train, symbol of rural poverty, dozens of other leading newspapers in the I And Still Be
first medal
to the city. nation. I "The Society's
will honor Dr. Martin Luther i '
Of the government expen- I King, Jr. I believe that this Is PLUS I
ses, about$85,000 went toward We, at The Miami i i Times, are mighty the only King medal not being II I

tearing down the shantytownand of this latest in series of honors from
I proud a produced for general 0 r quan- Little Soul ::
replacing the j jI
trampled in the mud-filled grass 15I the National Newspaper Publisher'sAssociation. tity sale, and I know that it Is I ,
I the only one that has been ','
acre camp site. a''
Stuff ReaverA
sculpted by America's

Most of the governmental foremost medallic sculptor, \
All of this is possible I though simply '
expenditures, $129,603 spent Gilroy Roberts. This Issue, L .
by the national Park Serviceauliba because you gave your help and cooperationin and all our future Issues, will "Do Right Man" ,".

$500,000 incurred by making this one of the leading weekly news- be struck at the world's fin- ', fr::; : I,

the District of Columbia,went papers in the nation. We hope you continue to est proof-coining facility The '

to payovertimeforpolicemen. read, Franklin Mint, : I BOBBY. ..,

These estimates, however. < 'trt b" t ItO' ie mbersh. '. J :NARSHAtffic.

cover,only kaowa gov>rnnaait our:, Society I Is open bill1Amerctfns t ; '
and SCLC.sp nsen flier*'Ir > ,. regardless if: "y$* ..

another category of $xpendltores ] race, cr)i4td or color, on an,i ." FR. $,,$381Wed. ; I"I"
that may never,be fully, equal fasts. The charter; -, ; > ,

known. the thousands of dol- < membership fee is $5.00 and ilirs. frlb, 5'I: 4: j
,, f'
lars ,worth of money, goods < the price of each medal will be .

and time donated by hundreds{ $7.50. I want to emphasize 9 P. M. 5 P.M. SUN. MATINEE, 6 P. M. ;

of people and organizations. however, that on, and only \ '

The large cost of transporting one, sterling silver silver N.W. 6th St & 3rd Ave.
proof will be struck for each
the campaigners to Wash-
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20 THEMIAMI TIMES, Friday July 5, 1968.
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"""'\ '' ' : ":tn. Child
Liberty City
: f" f. Opportunity Center LEON

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, We donated an American Cox, parent, donated parpet-
ing. Thanks are extended,also
Flag and flagpole for our
ar center. The flag was rasied on to Mr. Robert L. Smith, parent -
and photographer, who donated
I May 28. ,
i all of graduation picture
f Liberty City Child Opp. making, and also Mr. Colum- 04..,
Center presented "Little bus Lee, photographer, for
Ladies' Day," on Friday,June making Individual pictures, '
7, in ourconference room. and contributing two palm

First, second, and third place trees to the center. .t
winners were chosen, in each ,
age group. Twenty-two little Deepest sympathies are extended t
ladies and two little men par- to two staff members, .. "
ticipated. Sponsors of the project both of whom lost their fathers
were W. B. Williams, R. recently. Shirley Jackson and

Higgins, M. Brewton. Mildred Gray.

Our Center's graduation When
Mr. Harold Hines, our par
ceremony took place on June
fef involvement la list,
ent spec
10. Among our invited guests,
( r 9 we were fortunate to have Earl was here on Monday, June 24,

\ JIh Carroll, County Comm., as guest speaker for our par.
but the meetingwas
: ent meeting,
r (guest speaker), and Mrs. I
LNitL because of poor
At hall e Range, City Comm. postponed
1 attendance. It will be re-
There were 44 graduates
for July.
dressed in white scheduled
y ___ robes and caps. The children have resumed

We are appreciative of their DentalAppointmentsthis Want

the In-Kind Contributions that month.At .

have been made tour center. present, we have on display
Some of them include; InKinduse in our front entrance, a
I Kazah Temple #149 Holds Annual ElectionKazah of two palm trees, for our "Game and Science" exhibit
graduation ceremony,
There are also pictures from
Hot man n' s. Six plum trees our Littl e Ladle's Day, and FRESH
emple #149 of the I guard. Not shown in the photo Members of the Nobilitynot from Russell's, and four sea beautiful pictures from grad-
Most Ancient Egyptian Arabic graph are Austin Mitchel, shown in the photograph are; grape trees from Newcomb's. uation.
Order Nobles of the Mystic oriental guide 1 Jordan Krus Henry Armstead, Ezekial Horowitz Post No.682
Shrine of North and South first ceremonial master;C.P. Brady, Rudolph Bradly, Ben Jewish War Veterans,Louis Mildred Dean, is director;
America and Jurisdiction, Bentley, lecturer; and Grand jamin Brice, Shedrlck Bridgewater Kandel, chaplain,donated over Leander Bennett, reporter; FISH
Prince Hall Affiliated.Alei- Master of the Masonics of Theodore Bynes, $300 worth of articles. Mr.L. Barbara Coleman, secretary.

kum Es Salaam Es Salaam Florida Rudolph Bradley, director Alonzo, Byrd, Benjamin

Aleikum. (Greetings). Clark, Walter C. Cogdell, Al- ,
Oa Tuesday, June 10, the The photograph above bert A. Cox, R. W.Davis,Jordan
Annual Election officers for shows some of the officers and Dawkins. !
Kazah Temple#149 was held in members of the Nobility of Ka GIANT TWO-COLOR PICTURE
the Masonic Temple at 941NW zah Temple. Second row from Also Adolphus Delaney, POSTER OF THE LATE
Third Avenue, The above left to right, past marshal, Clifford, Dyers,James Evans, I
photograph shows a portionofthe Livingston Rolle; Frank Ross, Ned Jones, Johnnie King, Liv- s
officers who were elected. Hen a tI 0 Johnson, James ingston Percel, Gladstone Lo- SENATOR I
Reading from left to right Brimberry, past potentate, rado, Alexander Lucas,
Robert Reaves,corparal of the C. P. Bently; illus. potentate, Auston Mitchell, William H.

guard; James Smith, marshal; John W.: Dillard; Past Potentate Murrell, D.D.S., Maurice ROBERT FRANCIS KENNEDY
Frank Ross, high priest and Ezekial Wallace;JohnS. Minnis, E. S. Mitchell, Joe

jprophet Horatio Johnson, Williams, Curtis Jones, Price, Richard i Rattray, .

treasurer; John W.Dillard,illustrious Alonzo Williams and James Emanuel Roberts, Edwin ti.
potentate; James Smith. Rogers, Neal Shackle Ford, "Honorary Soul Brother"A i /

Brinberry, chief Rabban; Front row: James Brown, Charles Shorter, John Taylor, iI
Alonzo Williams, second William H. Little, Robert Luke Thompson, John Walden, :
ceremonial master; JohnS Reaves, Andrew Roberts, Al Levi Wilson aDd Her b e r t friend of all who gavehis all that this

Williams, recorder; Curtis Dubinion I Paul Hughes, Chism. might be a much better world
Y Jones, assistant Rabban; William Hays, and Auddley
The members of the Temple
and Andrew Roberts, outer Higgs.
meet on the second and fourth

Tuesday in each month. All 1 SPECIAL DISCOUNT PRICE ONLY $1]
Nat'l Insurance Receives masons who have the thirty COME
j second and or Knight's
Limited Supply Order Today
Templar degree are
, Boost From Federal GrantReceipt join Kazara. delinquent t LEE PHOTOS, Dept. 406, 5708 S. State St.
members are urged to cormback
of a $234,000 fed National Insurance Association Chicago, Illinois 60621FRANKLIN'S
into the fold.
eral grant to the National Insurance companies are predomi.
Association to help nantly managed by Negroes,
strengthen management capabilities and conduct most of their business -:
and create new job opportunities among Negroes, the project CARPET
among its membersover will benon-discrimina-

the next two years, was tory, he said. 8650 NW 22ND AVENUE
announced by George S.
Harris, president of NIA. Under terms of the grant SPECIALIZING IN RUG SALES & CLEANING

The allocationof funds was the association will expand it; COMMERCIAL CLEANING & FLOOR WAXING
from the Economic Develop- national office staff and employ
ment Administration an consultants toassis CARPETING CLEANED IN YOUR HOME OR OUR PLANT

agency of the Department of member companies: in th e FREE ESTIMATES IN YOUR HOME CALL 696-9133 OR 635-3641 ti
Commerce. areas of administration, investment 24
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insurance -
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from the government to director of NIA, Harr
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Stars Over Miami amateur talent contests being spon- ment from Jimmie Springs, during the guest, portion nf the Harry Botwick, district manager of Flonca State Tlteatres: ,
sored at Manor, Dixie and Vlrrlck< Parks are going over great "Stars Over Miami" amateur contest at Virrick Park June 24. Inc., and co-chairmanoftheCommltteesaid,"Weare receiv-
after the first two weeks despite the horrible rainy weather ing 100 per cent cooperation from City of Miami officials, local -
Bottom left "Red" takes solo at Virrick Park
that Miamians have been experiencing. : Prysock a amusement and business leaders. Things are going well
June 24 when the "Stars Over Miami" Steve Gib-
guests were
and we think this program is going to be a very successful
Auditions for the "Stars Over Miami" amateur talent con- son and his Red Caps. Wynona Carr, featured singer with the summer community project."

tests are held each Tuesday from 4 to 6:30 p.m., in the music group was also warmly received by the more than 3,000 per- Admission. to all shows is free and the public is invited.

rooms of Northwestern Senior, B. T. Washington, Carver and sons attending.

Brownsville Junior High Schools.
Bottom right: Steve Gibson and two of his famous Red Caps,

Audition winners will perform at Manor Park, 1350 NW 50th Jimmie Springs and Emmett Matthews, lead the way for ama- '
Street Fridays, Virrick Park in Coconut Grove on Mondays, teur contestants in the "Stars Over Miami" Show at Virrick 4 ; Call

and Dixie park, 401 NW 12th St.,each Wednesday. Because of Park, June 24. Miami-Metro News Division photos.

the holiday no shows are scheduled this week. CHARLESROGERS
Winners at Manor Park, June 21 were Willie Thomas, 17,

Winners from each of these "big shows" will appear on Northwestern Sr. High; Janet King, 16, Central High; Gwen-

WTHSTV, Channel 2 at 7:30 p.m.July 11 and each Thursday dolyn Johnson, 17, Northwestern; and Johnnie Johnson, 12, of A
thereafter. Finals will be on Aug. 24 at Miami Stadium. Lorah Park Elementary won honorable mention. At the June
24 contest at Virric Park, Sir Winston Scott and His Court, AT PL 1-7502
Three finalists will receive all-expense trip to New York including the Sensations, wowed the audience for first place;
City for an appearance on the Ted Mack Amateur Hour in the Charlotte Teague and Walter Parks teamed up for a duet to FOR A GOOD BUY ON A

fall. claim second and the Dynamics placed third. Shirley Ryleswon PIANO, ORGANSCOTT

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22 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, Jury 5, 1968

._ Sat. Davis Killed In Viet Nam I

f -I. CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I Army v Sergeant ErnestF.

Davis, 23-year-old Miami
soldier who planned to nuke

1 M f' the service a career, died in

CARD OF THANKS Viet Nam action Sgt. Davis of
II.I ? : killed dur-
210 NW17th St. was

In memory of our daughter The family of the late !;: ing an attack Friday.He .

We, the family of,the late is survived by his wife

t Lula; a daughter Lola; andhis
I a'. MARY E. L. MITCHELLwish parents Mr. and Mrs. James

Davis Arrangements are Incomplete -
z express our sincere
thanks to neighbors,friends P Thomas L, Bethel (Satelite) at this time pending .
and to everyone for their kind- a long time mployee of arrival from Viet Nam. Rich-

ness; your sympathy cards, Pinder's Fish Market who ardson Mortuary is incharge.RAHMINGS SGT. DAVIS

cars, food, florists and tele- lived at 1900 NW 4th Ct., Apt. .

grams. Special thanks to father : 9, died in Jackson Hospital on f'""

1 fl4 f 'i Sands and the membersof iT : ; June 30. He is survived byhis .. I *,R N4

A tyJ St.Agnes Episcopal Church. wife Adell; one son J.W.; mother Mrs. Eva F. Gibson a for- L

Thanks are also extended to Elizabeth; father Walter; mer resident of 1838 NW 5th : ,:,,

the Range Funeral Home for two brothers Henry and Place, more recently of 7001 '
their courtesy. May God bless William; four aunts,six un-
NW 15th Ave. #2, died in Jack-
ill of you. MR. IVY WILLIAMS. SR cles. Services will be held Saturday -
son Hospital, June 26. She is
July 6 at st. Mary's
wishes to use this means to express survived by one cousin Elisha
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ar- WM Church.
with profoundapprecia Rolle of Ft. Lauderdale and
I lett and the Mitchell Families r
"' 1 tion our sincere gratitude tall 0>> Mrs. Nellie Taylor of Miami;

relatives, friends am I> RANGEr three stepsons, and four step- 'g y'i
who departed this life July 3, IN MEMORIAMIn neighbors and to everyone fotheir daughters. Services will be

1961. acts and deeds of kindness Joseph Sherrod of 1343 NW held Saturday, July 6, at
Sweet are the memories that loving memory of our beloved during our bereavement, 42nd St., died June 29. He is Temple Baptist Church.

never fade away. husband and father We extend special thanks ti I, survived by his wife Estella;
Gone, but not forgotten. May r::4: .' .6 t'r'. ; Rev. w. J. Macon Rev. J. W.. four children; his parents Mr. Norman Scott of 236 NW 16 ,6
her soul rest in peace and Dunn and the Range Funeral and Mrs. Henry Sherrod; four St., died in Jackson Hospital,

I may light perpetual shine upon Home for their understanding!,. sisters Sallie McClendon, June 25. He is survived by one ;

her. b and services.Mrs. Irene Holiday, Essie M.Jones sister Mrs. Ruby William. of DEATH

and Lottie Benjamin; four Valdosta, Ga. and other rela

t Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Rolle Earsley J. William S i brothers John, Jessie, Wiley tives. Arrangements are incomplete Mrs. Janie Henderson, 81,
: parents and Family and Eddie Services will be of 1235 NW 65th St., died at

? Mrs. Mabell Weir and Mrs. held Saturday, July 6,at 4 p.m. 10 p.m. Tuesday night at
Idella Rolle, grandparents in New Providence Baptist infant Tenell died July 1st Cedars of Lebanon Hospital.Mrs. .
Church. in Mount Sinai Hospital. Ar- Henderson had been ill

CARD OF THANKSThe rangements are incomplete at fo r the past several years. A
i I Vernon McLeod of 6501 NW
this time. native of Albany, Ga., she has
family of the late 12th Ave., died June 24. He is. lived in Miami for the past 15
IN MEMORIAM survived by his wife Marie; ,VFW AUXILAIRYVFW years.

In loving memory oft i REV. SAM WIGGINSwho and other relatives. Services She is survived
by one son,
died June 11,1968 wish to were held Friday, June 28 in Ladies Auxiliary Post
.. Judge three daughters Mrs. '
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Opa-locka. The Ladies
thank their many friends, the chapel.
Lucille Hillman Mrs. Teresa
neighbors and for Auxiliary to the Veterans of ,
everyone Odie Crawford of 12912NW Henderson, and Mrs.Janie
Wars of
Foreign the United'
their kindness
JAMES DEMERTTTiroo cards and flowers., sympathy, 15th St., died in Jackson States held their meet,June 28 Reeves, all of Miami.One bro
t Hospital, June 26. He is sur- ther, David Stephens of Jacksonville -
departed this life on June Special thanks t o Rev.Elder at the home of Mrs. EmmaBrown
vived by his wife Daisy; three ; three sisters, Mrs.
10 1964. Opa-locka. To all
Cohen members of Cohen
We love you but God love you Temple and the House of Al sisters Mattie, Ollie Haines; members the meeting date has Emma Moore, Albany; Mrs.
and Olvetta Williams; a been changed from second and Hattie DIxon, Trenton, N. J.;
best.Albertha bert.We brother E. J. Services.were and Mrs. Mattie Johnson
wife Friday to the second and
loved him but.God loved
Stafford, George, Arthur, him best. 1: ." held ,Saturday; 'June 29Jn the fourth Sunday at 4 p.m. New Jacksonville"

,xY Alfred, Lillian Archer,Wil- Mattie Wiggins, wife and chapel. meeting place will be House of Funeral arrangements are
dred Ambrose, Madelyn sons Arthur Garrett Jr., of 2398 Albert Funeral Home, at 22nd in charge of the Range Fun-

Davis, Ruthie Demeritt, NW 78th St., died June 23. He Ave. and 150th Street. eral Home.

children and grandchildren. is survived by his wife Devon;

-_ _..-._. ----.. -- IN MEMORIAMIn six children, including;
Deborah Ann, Ethan and Billie; Newark Seeks Ideas
MRS. LILLIE MAE EDDY CARD OF THANKSThe sad and loving memory f parents Mr. and Mrs. Arthur

, SIDNEY I Garrett Sr.; six sisters and
family of the late
one brother. Services will be
' t who departed this life July 5, CHARLES E.GIBSON held in the chapel, July 6, at From Young PeopleNEWARK
> ( 1963. wishes to thank the pastor, 1 p.m.

,' A precious one from us is Rev. Mickens, the choir, and Charlie Weldon of 2133 NW

gone, members of Mount Olivet Bap- >. 45th St., died June 30. He is N. J.-A box of of Newark: fo the meeting. He
A voice we love is still tist Church for their help and f1"f i' survived byhis wife Dorothy; candy may help 500 Negro is a fund raising counselor for
: A is vacant in our home cooperation in our hour of sor-
place ,
'.. .)! a daughter Charlyn; his par- youths turn tragedy into a Mason Candies, Inc., Mineola,
Which never can be filled. row and bereavement. I"f : ents Mr. and Mrs. Charlie story with a happy ending.On N.

All is dark within our dwelling We loved our brother, but ;; :: i iI Weldon, Sr.Arrangements are the night of the funeralof Y.Mr.. Novich told the Council
Lonely are our hearts today Jesus loved him best. t th Reverend Martin
incomplete.Mrs. e Dr. how more than 150,000 organi-
] For the one we loved so dearly ; >'
.... Bunesba Green of 1400 Luther King, Jr., 10 Negro and zations across the country--
has forever Harcourt Gibson Una But- >1.
away. ,
ir ler. Jane Gibson..Rosemond :i'-: .' OJ i NW 43rd St., died July 2. She white members of the 5th churches, schools, civic and
iw I ,,, ... Precinct Community Council fraternal had
Tucker From the Bahamas ::":::, ;$ ; 1!! is survived by her husband groups -- rais-
and Family Johnnie; two daughters Gloria here, met at the local police ed funds by their own efforts,
and Pamela; a son Bernard; headquarters.The not by asking for donations,
I departed this life July 4,, three sisters Louise Wil- shock of Rev.King's assassination but by selling Mason Candies.
liams; Geneva Taylor and the taunting The Council voted to adopt
IN MEMORIAMIn Gone, but not forgotten. Betty Perry; three brothers memory of the riots in this the plan. On the spot, Mr.No-
family of the late Willie Belton, husband city and the practical reali-
Charles and Henry perry and vich agreed to send the Council -
memory of our dear son MRS. MATTIE MARTIN Willie Clayton and Family James Otis Benson;father and zation that problems remained $4,000 worth of candy to

and brother who departed this life on June stepmother Mr and Mrs. unsolved, prompted the Coun- help finance the Conference
Roosevelt cllto organize a city wide conference under the
Perry Arrange- guidance of Bill Wal-
23 1968 in Dublin Georgia
wish to our thanks and ments are incomplete.Mrs. it's theme; "The lace, program coordinator,
appreciation to our many HOUSE OF ALBERT Votie McLeod of 2138 Name of the Game Is Youth." and Police Sgt. Hubert Wil-

friends and relatives here in NW 63rd Street,died Tuesday, As theCoUDcilsaid,"No one liams, 5th Precinct commun-
Mrs. Laura McCray,of 1674 has dared to give our younger ity relations officer at the 5th
Goulds Miami, Cleveland, July 2. She is survived by a
NW 75th St. died June 28.She generation a sounding board
Ohio, New York, Partsmouth, Gipsie Chatman; a brother -
is surviv ed by one son they can speak for them-
Va.; and Gar e y Indiana for S. J. Snell; nieces and "
floral piecestelegrams, Francis and other relatives,, nephews. Services will be held selves. The fund raising campaignis

cards, donations, and all acts Saturday, July 6, at 11 a.m. in The Conference has been set now on. Mayor Hugh J. Ad-
Willie Ratliff of 2030 Gran t for June 2829. It will consist
of kindness shown us in our Antioch Baptist Church. don i z i 0 and Police Director
hour of bereavement. Ave., Opa-locka, died June 26 of intensive workshopses- Dominick Spina each bought
Services scheduled for Sa- sions. Meals and entertain-
Many thanks to the Dudley's are BAIN'S $100 worth of candy. The New
2 at Greater New ment will be provided for the
Funeral Home, Dr. Bell and trday, p.m. Jersey Bell Telephone Co.ordered -
i Bethel Baptist Church. delegates between the ages of
staff at Claxton Hospital, especially 1,000 boxes of candy.
Services for Elder Claude 15 and 25 and representing
nurses Bettie But the real significance of
-------- Howard, Sarah Fordham and Mrs. Priscilla McKenzie, oj f r Mincey, of 3354 Grand Ave., Newark area groups of all the entire program is seen in
St. Rlchmonc I Coconut Grove, who died June kinds.
14720 Pierce
the fact membersand
that Council
kitchen Also thanksto
BROWN helpers.
24, at his home were held Mon- Since
Hieghts, died June 27. She fc!I conferences cost friends the
pastor officers membersand are knocking on
who passed away July Z, 1968.I all organizations, of New survived by one daughter Mrs, day at St. Paul A ME Church in money, the critical question doors of Newark selling boxes
May you rest In peace. Bethel AME Church and Pine Ethelena Grant and other rela Coconut Grove. Survivors included arose; where, how to raise the of candy to finance a confer-
n. We loved you but God loved tives. Arrangements are in. his wife Mary; one son funds? Thoughts ofgovern-
Villa Sch ool, principal and ence that may lead to new directions -
i ) you best. faculty.Mr. complete.Alpbonso. Edgar; two grandchildren; one ment aid or solicitations were in Newark. The 5th
Lee Carr sister Mrs.Gussie Bailey two quickly
r t Mrs Emma ; discarded. There was Precinct residents are now

I Brown, mothereither Frank Martin, husband brothers. an undercurrent of feeling that living with the satisfaction of
'. Moon) Brown 5!!5 Henry Harden of 14901 it was
Mr. Johnnie ( Mrs. Clara Joyner, Merchant,255 Ty- important for the Council knowing they are doing this on
daughter; five other sistersa NW 162nd Ter., died June 30. ler St., died June 27, at Jack- to raise money on its own. their own.Perhaps.
Paulette Brown, Arrangements are incom, son Hospital. Arrangements A member of the
; Deborah, brother and the entire Council had that is the most important -
1\\ sisters. x family. plete. are incomplete. invited Marty Novich, native achievement of an.I .

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 5, 1968. 23 I
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Research To Reveal

THE REAL Lindsley C
Buying Patterns :

I The dynamics of food and grocery store buying patterns I
I aiming: the nation's 22,000,000 Negroes will be revealed I
to marketing management by a new audit research ser.I I
vice just launched byAudits & Surveys Inc., the second
1 largest marketing research firm in the U. S.

The new service, called Negro Market Index, is keyedto
food stores located in metropolitan areas witha heavy
concentration of Negro population. It enables national and rAluminum- -
regional manufacturers to measure their marketing impact
on the Negro population by providing retail sales, inventory *
and distribution data on specific brands in various ,. O.l\vP.EP.A( TM Nl,SPE JA .
product categories. The Coca-Cola Company alreadyhas
contracted for the soft drink category, Solomon Dutka SCREEN DOORS
president of Audits & Surveys, disclosed. '

Mr. Dutka explained that the service is based on a unique ri THE "DIXIE"L a.
definition of the Negro market and provides contin- 13ii
uous flow of information on sales trends,competing brand CIIICE 2FT. 6-IN. MT. MM.
and other IF 2FT. M9L i I-FT. t-IN. I1 AvS
shares product movement elements TOinsure
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accuracy, he pointed out, the Negro market is viewed as a NLY!
separate entity, rather than merely as a fraction of the L Extruded H.a. Qtug Aluminum RE6.
"national market." Door Cloctr and Beautiful Tulip
latch included I Pre-hung in heavy '
Btruded aluminum e:pander
"This is the first time, to the best of our knowledge, frame.
that the Negro market has been clearly segmented," he DUTY
said. "It has become increasingly apparent to manufac- 28IscEN _
turers that, in purchasing certain commodities Negroes DOOR COMBINATION I l DOOR 19 I 1

display an influence disproportionate to their actual num. X I 1
bers. But until now there has been lack of practical information : *

; this important area has been treated onlyas
part of the whole and not as an individual market with *

its own dynamics." ',LAWN&G R )EN t>EPAltTMENt SPEctAL \

Product and brand movement information is derived
from a representative sample of grocery stores and su- 666FERTILIZER
permarkets -- both chain and independent in which continuous -
bimonthly audits of food store sales are made. f
Field work is conducted by Selected Area surveys, arid
Audits & Surveys affiliate,specializing research among M 30%' ORGANIC! -
Negro, Puerto Rican and other ethnic groups.To DAYS
Perfected for and tested on
obtain meaningful and up-to-date information, representative Florida soils Try it for
panels of food stores, each doing virtually all ,It long lasting results on .
of their business with Negro.clientele, have been estab- lawns, garden shrubs & BAG
lished in three major metropolitan classifications across trees. Made by a
the country: Northern areas, Southern markets with 100- firm, a leader in SAVE 30c
000 or more Negro population, Southern markets with L+ the industry for .
100,000 or more Negro.population, and Southern areas with over 90 years. aUl NQW.

less than 100,000 Negro residents. Data are assembledand * 'PlAY .tAt J{ I
reported separately for each category. Mr.Dutka not- .. _
ed "that with the continuing and increasing migration of 3f
the Negro to large urban centers across the nation, the *
Negro today is one of the most urbanized segments of the LAWN&.GARbEN D. rA tTM eNt.SPE.ctALS..
country's population. It is estimated that 70 per cent of .
all Negroes now reside in metropolitan markets. Negro
Market Index will focus on this Urbanized Negro.' DRIVEWAY SEALER ,

Data gathered will reveal shares of maJdr regional This is quality sealer! It
brands as well as competing national brands for all pro- \ doesn't pay to use a
duct categories. Moreover, special analyses will disclose cj 'A cheap product THIS
brand shares by type of outlets, contrasting marketing L SEALER MEETS: U.S. AYS

strengths in supermarkets versus smaller groceries. Air Force & Federal FIVE IILY
Other reports will show shares in only those stores car- RP003BBa ( GSA-FSS)
rying a particular brand, "eliminating distribution bias wr SPECIFICATIONS. GALLON
where brand availability is less than 100 per cent," Mr. \ 21
Sealer Application
Dutka pointed out. CAN
Coding, processing and analysis will be conducted by BRUSH A

Audits & Surveys' headquarters staff, utilizing the firm's 48-INCH EACH SAVE 1.19 *'
"in-house computer facilities. HANDLE

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Open Sundays till 2 P.M. Lindsley-RBC

3505 NW 79th Street_Ph.696-2810 1635 NW.28th St.-Ph. 635-4511 Stores alsolocated f
N.W.1Ih Ave.4 127th St._Ph.681-7471 2160 S.W.27th Ave.-Ph.443-7432
N.W.27th 179th St.-Ph 621-0544 812 S.W. 12th Ave.-Ph. 374-5108 .
14300 N.W.27th Ave.-Ph.688-6523 401 N.E. 167th St.-Ph 949-3537 in
8820 Bird Road-Ph.221-8311 HIALEAH: 1295 W.49th St.-Ph.821.2150 KW..t ((2 Stores)
PERRINE. Dixie Hwy.-Ph.238-5535
4300 Ponce de Leon-Ph. 443.7461
496 N.E. 79th St._Ph. 757-4571 HOMESTEAD 632 Washington Ave.-Ph.247-6813 I IslamoradaTravtrnier l
S. Dixie&Ludlam Road-Ph. 661-1672 MIAMI STONES BELOW, CLOSED SUNDAYS
5891 S. Dixie Hwy.-Ph.661-5361 660 NL 96th St.-Ph.759-2431 Fort Fierce
3811 N.W.11th Ave. -Ph,633-8218 16160 Biscayne Blvd.-Ph.947-4711 Cocoa

BROWARD COUNTY STORES Open Sundays till 2 P.M. Daytona Beach

M W. HOLLYWOOD: 1800 N.State Road 7-Ph.989-6850 FT. LAUDERDALE:219 N.W.lit Ave.-Ph.522-7411 Tampa ((5 Stores)
HOLLYWOOD:801 N.21 Ave.-Ph.922.5624 POMPANO BEACH: 142 S.W. 1st Ave.-Ph.942-0900
OAKLAND PARK: 1099 Oakland Park Blvd.-.Ph.565-6761 'FT.LAUDERDALE:800 N.E.3rd Ave. -Ph. 522-2572 Largo
FT. LAUDERDALE:2900 W. Broward Blvl2.-Ph.581-3900 *(FT, LAUDERDALE STORE CLOSED SUNDAY) Pinellos Park
e MIAMI: :S3S N.W.28th!it-Pk.6134)103) MIAMI:14300 N.W.27tk Art.11'0553
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:' aAA" 1ft' .... - NO ,MONEY DOWN,!' .

I Mrs. Inez Kaiser, special markets consultant ors "
The Seven-Up to Mr. Roy Wilkin .
Company, presents
executive director of the NAACP, a check from TI em tyy NOW, PAYl LATER

\ Seven-Up Company, St. Louis, Missouri for the life me me I ., , .. ., .

bership in that organization. The presentation took plat

lot NAACP headquarters in New York.


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: 24 THE MIAMI I TIMES Friday ,

., DRAKE SAINT MARY'S Women's Day At Mars Hill/ I

, Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastor Rev H. V. Stuart, pastor Mrs. William will concludethe
t The pastor wishes to thank A. E. Bethel, reporter Women's Day celebrationat
the officers and members for Communion will be servedall
Mars Hill, Sunday, July 7,
their attendance at Elder day Sunday. Joint choirs
at 8 p.m withaspeciallectureon
Roberts Church on last Wed- and usher boards will serve all Christian Women in Chang-

I nesday night. day.Our

All,, officers, members and church conference will
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1 fS friends please meet the pastor be held on the second Tuesdayin [. .,:: ..m
at the First Baptist Church in July at 8 p.m. All membersare "Jf11?

I Opa-locka, Rev. Maconpastor asked to please be presentand .' .'

on Wednesday night, July 10. on time. Business of vital

We will be a part of the anni- importance. '
; &rr Iou Jn QI I1urrl uttbay versary service. Included on our sick list are

The faithful women are Sister S e 11 n a Farrington and 7(

GREATER NEWMACEDONIA GRACE planning their first church observance Brother Thomas Mingo.All %1 -.)

program Sunday, others remain the sam Letus i'

PRESBYTERIANWe July 21, at 3 p.m. continue to pray and visit ;
had a wonderful and Sister Ruth GrantandSister all our sick and shut-ins. A -. .
Rev. Roscoe Jackson
Wilie J. Beard ,pastor memorable time worshipping Dorothy Brown are still on the call or a card will let them MRS. GUSSIE GAMBLE
and .. and fellowship, with the pastor sick list. Don't forget to visit know we are still thinking of . Morning speakerMrs.
pastor family extend
and congregation of the Trinity and pray for them them.
their heartfelt thanks Gussie Gamble will ad-
Presbyterian C h u r chin Key You are welcome to worshipwith Our sympathy to the family
and appreciation to the mem- dress the woman Sunday at 11
of the late Thomas Leo Pole ,
West last Sunday;and we thank "the biggest little churchin
bers, visitors, and friends for Rev. Weed and all the mem- town. Bethel who passed June 30and a.m Mrs. Gamble is a very

whatever you've done to lightenthir bers for their hospitality. We tuner al will be held at the MRS. MADLINE WILLIAMS dynamic, and ardent speaker,

heavy load during their look forward to Trinity's com- church Saturday, July 6, at 3p.m. . Evening speakering who has won wide acclaim for
recent hour of bereavement.The FIRST BAPTIST her service in Christian dicipleshlp. -
ing to us on the third Sunday of Times.There will be spec-
church is chartering a The entire public is
bus to the National Baptist July. Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor ial music, and other presen- invited.
This Sunday morning is Donella Turner,reporter tations of Interest, you will
Convention Atlanta
,Georgia Communion Service, and we MT.TABORRev. certainly want to be present, Rev. C. W. Preston,pastor.
inSeptember. The bus will urge all members to be pres- Prayer meeting for the revival and you are invited,at 2455 NW
leave at 6 p.m. Friday night services starts this James W. Hendon,pastor
ent in this way of celebratingour 68th St. Mrs. Hazel McCroidis
before the second Sunday in one-nesslnChrlst.At7:30: week, Monday night July 1st Wllhelmina Sands, reporterThe chairman.

September and will arrive in p.m., we plan tohaveappre- 5th. The preaching will begin Usher Board No. 1 held FRIENDSHIP

Atlanta approximately 5 a.m. night July 8 19. The their Annual Tea,Sunday,June
ciation night for the youth and Monday Rev. J. E.Jenkins,pastor
on Saturday aa.leave enroute 30 at 4 DeaconAmerlcus
Evangelist will be Rev.B. D. p.m.
their advisors. Lee Carr
Ruby reporterAs
back to Miami at 2 p.m. Sun- Bible Study and Leadership Coles. The public is Invited to Jones, president. MT. PILGRIMWe ,

day afternoon. The round trip attend these services.We Deacon Sylvester Bruton,
Training Is now in progress on the pas tor was absent
fare is 3000. School and his
Tuesdays at 8:00 p.m. This is Supt. Sunday Sunday, attending the Min-
There will be a Battle of something important for all were happy to have Rev. wife recently returned from the members of the Mt. ister's and D e a c o n' s Union,

Songs between Chior No. 2 church members especially L. C. Hines as our guest visit- Chattanooga, Tenn., where he Pilgrim Baptist Church wish Rev. George Dove deliveredthe
of Greater New Bethel Baptist was a delegate to the National to announce the organizing of
the lay leaders ofvarious ing this past week, from Al- morning message.Our .
Church, Opa-locka and Choir groups and organizations of bany, Ga. Sunday School and BTU Congress our church on June 23, under get well wishes are extended -
:: No. 2 of New Macedonia. This .
the church. the jurisdiction of the Greater toSister Ola Bell Reesein
will be held July 14, at 3 p.m. The pastor, Rev. J.W.Hen- Union Association.We selected Mt.Sinai Hospital and Sister

; at Greater New Bethel, Opal CALVARY don, Deacons Sylvester Bru- as our pastor and overseer Ruth Pearson in Christian

locks Special guests will be BRCWNSVILLE ton, Johnnie Cooper, Amerlcus Rev. J. W. Everson who was Hospital, and to all who are ill.
Ie' Choir No. 1 of Greater New July 8, starts Revival ser- Jones and Mrs.Rosa Gar- ordained Sunday, June 30.We At this time reporter
; Bethel and Choir No. 1 of New BAPTIST vices. The evangelist for the via attended the Minister sand are presently conductingour your
expresses sincere thanks to
I Macedonia. Come outaadsup week will feature Rev. 0. W. Deacons Union, at Mt. Olivette services at 4952 NW 27th her deacons

:: port your favorite choir. West. Plan now to attend this Baptist Church, South Miami, Ave, with the Springfield M.B. dents pastor of the auxiliaries, presi-that I

All members of the church meeting. June 2430. Church. Rev. R. Walker is the am a member of the associate,
are requested to meet at the kI A Mistery Dinner is being pastor ministers. ,

church on the first Saturday planned for Sunday. At the Barbara J. Gilbert, is reporter -

morning July 6, to prepare for table will be an unknown guest. TEMPLE .

the Sunday SchoolTrainingUnion Do you desire to know who It CHURCH OF THE

working under the Jurisdiction Is, well, come out Sunday,July -Rev.. L.A. Thompson,pastor !
of the Seaboard Baptist 7, and see. Sponsored by Jr. Elsie Douglas,reporterThe OPEN DOOR
Association of Lord's Supper will be MT. CARMEL
Florida which Usher Board. ,
administered during the Rev. Harold D. Long, minister!
will convene at Macedonia Please for the sickand '
July 10-14. shut-ins. morning and evening services.At Rev. D.A. Bradley,pastor Annette E. McNeal reporter
I: 8:00 p.m. Monday Choir Louise McGriff, reporter The members will conductone

!(I Rev. S. Atchison,pastor and Union will meet with No. 1 Sunday will be the first Sun- service at 9:45,during the

!:: Phyllis Beal, reporter.KELLY'S Choir as host. Coming event: day in July,we are inviting you months of July and August.

MT. SINAI The third Sunday in July the to come and be with us. The young people will leave

On Monday our pastor the sanctuary before the ser-
Rev. Cleo Albury pastor L Male Chorus will have their night
: Patricia Austin, reporter, CHAPELRev. home-coming program bene- will have his anniversary,"the mon of the morning for Church
Rev. W. K. Smith will deliver School classes.
f- for drive.
fit Men's Day
Everyone is invited to our Rev F. L. Johnson, pastor William H. Butler,pastor Funeral services for Sister the message. Everyone Is wel- The following ministers will
: and Bible
prayer meetings 2775 NW 60th Street Retha J. McKenzie, reporterA
the in and
supply pulpit July
,, Eva Gibson will be 230 come.
Study class. Prayer Is the key Our Sunday School picnic thirteen week rally ,;asset ; p.m.
:: that unlocks the door to Christ. will be Saturday, July 6. All for the fifth Sunday in September Saturday.Let There will be a Barbecue August:
us continue to pray for sale at the home of Brother and July 21, Dr. Henry C. McDowell -
< Conference will be held kids are asked to meet at the i which will be the 29,
all the sick and shut-ins. Sister Dennard on Saturday at t: Minister Emeritus of
Thursday, at 8 p.m.,all mem- Church 8 a.m. Also as man]y of September. Rev. Butler is 11 The Church of the
o'clock, 945 NW 83rd Ter. Open Door.
bers are asked to be present.The parents who can participate to i, asking all members to start
sponsored by the No. 1 Choir. July 28, Rev. Ralph Ross,As-
church's annual
picnic come along. raising their assesments now
There will be a tea at the sociate Minister, Mt. Zion
will be Saturday, July 13. The Wednesday night prayer so that we will be able to carry NEW MT. MORIAH
home of Brother and Sister Baptist Church. August 4 and
bus will leave at 9 a.m. services. Please remem- this rally out in the right
There will not be regular Robert Cummtngs on July 14 11th, Rev. Joseph Patterson,
BTU Sunday, don't be late ber the sick and shut-in in our Remember the sick and
I 5:30's the time we don't wait. shut-ins. conference tonight (Thursday) 9010 NW 16th Ave.,sponsoredby Minister, Wentz Memorial

Sister A. L. Blackshear, di- prayers. All Junior Ushers are ask- we are asking all auxiliariesto the No. Two Choir, 3 -5 Church, Winston Salem, North
please make their reports p.m. Carolina.
rectress.All ed to meet at the church Saturday -
Sunday morning. Remember the sick and
visitors are welcome to JORDON GROVERev.
July 6 at 6p.m in order
There will be a dinner sale shut-ins and those who have
come and worship with us at all to get reorganized.
times. Sunday night Is Communion Douglas Cook, pastor this Saturday at Sister Chanie lost their love one's.Remem- CORINTHRev.

night.Remember. Eddie Gilbert, reporter Collins please call 691-0186 ber the boys in Vietnam. Andrew Jackson, pastor
to General conference is this GREATER NEWBETHLEHEM for delivery.We .
pray our N. Morrow, reporterThe
Friday night. The'plstor and want to thank Rev. Essix
sick and shut-ins in your pray- Herman Thomas Gospel
deacons are all for services on last Sunday.
expecting ZION HOPE
Chorus with the Corinth
members to be present.Our Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor Usher Board No. 1 will celebrate along

chairman of Men's Day Minnie Hunter, reporterOur their anniversary the Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor Baptist Church and many other
monthly conference is second in this Bessie Williams outstanding choirs and groups
is asking all men to meet this Sunday month. reporter
ST. PAUL Tuesday, July 9, at 8 p.m. scheduled for Friday night at Please pray for peace. Prayer services for revival L are sponsoring an appreciation -

t Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor Deacon S. Parrish, chair- 800. It is mandatory that all meeting started Tuesday,July, program for our forming

,t. Mary Amos, reporter man and Brother R. Daniels, members be present. Deacon 2. Preaching will start Mon- pastor Rev. W. T. Thomas,

:: Lets not forget "Love cochairman.To James Q. Williams,chairman. NEW PROVIDENCE day night after the first Sun- Tuesday, July 9, at 8 p.m. at

Feast" Friday night, the pastor the sick put your trust in Our prayers are extended to Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor day, JulyS, with Rev.. E. Mc- the church, 1450 NW 59th St.

is expecting as many members God. Visitors are always welcome the sick that they may soon re- Arsula Edwards, reporterThe Crary from Sarasota conduct- Asking all to please come out.

as possible to be present.All to worship with us. cover. Lord's Supper will be ing. Everyone is asked to come No. 2 Usher Board will meet

women are asked to re. \. served Sunday, in our even- out and hear this wonderful i Saturday, at 5 p.m. Sister Ec-

main for a few moments ruNew ing worship. evangelist.The tor, director.

the morning service, s o that The Sunday School and BTU pastor, officers, and I, There will be a dinner sale
I we may start planning for Hope Sunday Convention under the jurisdiction members are proud of Brother Saturday at the home Sister

Annual Women's Day. of theSeaboard Baptist Billy Locke. He was ordainedon I Bessie Morrow, 4750 NW24thCt

The Quarterly Conference t School Convention Association of Florida, Rev. last Sunday morning to takea from 11 a.m. until, spon-

business meeting will be held I W. H. Edwards, moderator to seat in the Deacons corner. sored by Deacons and Deaconess. -

; .Monday night after the second I New Hope Baptist Church at ed as chaperon. convene with the Greater New Also Deacon Willie Armstrongwho .

Sunday. 13th Street and 1st. pi, atten- On June 15, Choirs No. 1,2, Macedonia Baptist Church, will take a seat with the

The Trustees invite each i ed the Annual Sunday School and Jr., left for Ft. Pierce to 3165 NW 56th St. Rev Roscoe ministers on the roster Sunday 'J t"

I and everyone of you to the i r Convention held at Mt. Pleasant attend the Jr. Diy session and Jackson, pastor. July 11- 14. July 7. We would like to con-

'' Annual Garden Tea at the hom 5 Church in Ft. Pierce, on the large services which were Prayer meeting Tuesday gratulate both men.

of Mr and Mrs.ShermaiSmith i June 12-16. Rev. H. C. Sam. held Sunday June 16, with the night at730pm All membersare Don't forget the sick, shutin ,

4771 NW 8th Ave. Jul]y muels along with the Sunday president Rev. H. CSam urged to attend. Visitorsand and members of the be- Z!

:; 14, 4-6 p.m. School delegate Miss Mildred muels presiding.Rev. friends are welcome.Con- reaved families in your pray- DOUBLE ACTION

[' Remember our sick ami 1 Rollins attended the week long H. C. Sammuel,pastor tinue in prayer for our sick, ers, along with Deacon Johnnie |IC0L0RSGRAYWUREUlX

i| shut-Ins and say a prayer foi'their r convention as representatives and Mrs S.K. Robinson, reporter shut-ins and those who are be Anders, and Sister Mary !; 2 DRESSES. HAIR, IKPLACE

9 recovery. Mrs.Cora Martin aid reaved. Green.
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THE MIAMI TIMES,. Friday, July 5, 1968 25

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE"For >,:- .; :'. :.(,,; -;'"
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the earth shall bel \11 :
filled with the knowledge of the : r." \ : ; .. .{">\'
the ," : 411.tau".> ,,> \ ,"
glory of the Lord as ,/ { > 'L
waters cover the sea." 0.w r F ry.
This verse from Habakkukis r r l
part of the Lessonsermontitled
"God" to be read in all
Christian Science Churchesthis c rmK xMUSIO a
Sunday. Everyone is wel-

Injustice is a hard thing to

cope with. Solving ittakes
strength and courage beyondthe
human. It is then that wa
need the touch divinity.! Listen lAA PU ND IN-tERYICE PARTICIPANT= ,
........&18_ ,
Sunday, July 7, over radio
station WMBM, at 1:45 p.m. REV. MACONCELEBRATES
"Coping with injustice."



A. D. Hall, pastorE.
W. J. Macon, pastor of
Ingram, reporter First
Baptist Church
Sunday, we will be honoredto
Bunch e Park will
begin the
have Bishop L. Scott Allenas
celebration of his 18th
our guest. He is the resi- anni- 1 1 tes
dent Bishop of the Gulf Coast 9th.versary on Tuesday night,July d f ,
Area and our Bishop of Florida. 1 K' c
i sD yh d
The bishop will bring the

message; for the morning and Co Tuesday night our guest
at the
services ser-
evening will be Rev. I. Clarke
the HolyComnvonion S. and ELEMENTARY ORCNE3TRA >,j- Plcn *4 ebov.Lft U right).t Eric Htndon,
vices congregation of Gethsemine a ,r; Elloda T1+ana tni Wcndtlt Graham

be bined administered.choirs will be The at com-their wood Baptist Church, West Holly.. DREW STUDENTS WIN/ MUSIC SCHOLARSHIPSFour
; Wednesday night, Rev.J. .
best wth Mrs. Maybell Porterat
W. and
the organ. The public is in-) Drake Memorial congregationof Thursday students at Charles R. Drew Junior High violen; and Elsada Thomas, clarinet.
vited to worship with us night, Rev. A. M. Griffen and, School have won scholarships to the Eastern Music

On Tuesday night,Choir No. congregation Shiloh Baptist; Festival, at Guilford College in Greensboro, North The Festival will begin on June 27 and con-
1 will be in of class
meeting. Let us not forget to Friday congregation night, Rev.of T.St.Johnsonand John Carolina. Although each pupil has only one year of tinue through August 2nd. The students will receive

visit the sick and shut-ins. Baptist Church; on Sunday at, experience, these remarkable youngsters competed instruction on their respective instruments from

3:30: p.m the Youth Depart- successfully with junior and senior high school leading symphony players and conservatory instruc

SOUTHERN BAPTISTS ment will be in charge of ser- students in this area. The students are Ceasar tors. They will also have opportunities to perform "

WELCOME ALL vices with our guest being Rev.D. Ealey, trumpet; Eric Hen don and Wendell Graham, with outstanding guest artists and conductors.
Cooke and mbersof Jordan I

HOUSTON, Tex.-Southern Grove Baptist Church.

welcoming Baptists approved every person a statement into The celebration will closeon Humble Oil Plays Host To Achievement Scholar I

the church regardless of raceor Sunday night when Rev.A.D.
class and elected a Texas Hall and congregation of Ebe- The third annual award Humble. They probably not
minister president. nezer Methodist Church will I naming a Humble Oil & Re- expect their prediction to start

About 15,000 messengers at be our guest, we are looking. fining Company Achievement coming true quite so soon.
the 11th annual session of the forward to a most glorious:J Scholar has been received by Humble's scholarship win-
Southern Baptist Convention time and showing our pastor! Plemon L. Whatley m, 18, of ners have all been selected UDder -

named Dr. W. A. Criswell, appreciation for 18 years ol fof f Atlanta, right, recognition the four-year-old National _
pastor of the First Baptist ,leadership. superior,academic performance ; Achievement Scholarship
Church of Dallas, to'head the and outstanding Program -- conducted by the
S nation's largest Protstant promise for future scholarly j same nonprofit corporationthat
.I organization. achievement. _j_ administers the well-
The winner is a graduate of known National MeritScholar-
Atlanta's Booker T.Wash-
Grand Opening ington High School this year,a ships.

four-year member of the Over the four-year life of
Scholastic Honor Society, a the awards the scholarshipsare
Sunday Night July 1, 8 PM letter man in basketball and a worth up to $6,000, depending -
member of the j.v. football HLA on financial circum-
squad, who also won electionas stances and need.Winners may

The/ Big Gospel Tent Student Government .... attend the college of their

president in his senior year. Charlotte, North Carolina,regional closely related to the scholar- choice.
He will major j in applied headquarters. Shown ship winner's future collegeand
A GREAT CITY-WIDE REVIVAL mathematics in college and with them In photo is GeorgeT. career plans. Humble's 1968 recipient is
Bringing hopes to use his four-year Cruttenden, regional em- the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ple-
scholarship to enter Harvard ployee relations coordinator, Young Mr. Whatleyalsowon mon L. Whatley, Jr., of 992
BIBLE IN THE University in the Fall. who served asaco-hostand Superior Cadet wards In high- Beckwith Street, Southwest in

Humble, largest U.S. refiner part-time "guide." school ROTC,received grades Atlanta. The youth was one of
Homestead And Florida and marketer of petroleum that put him in the top 1 per more than 5,000 students en-
City products, gave its third Major J attractions for the cent of a graduating class of dorsed or nominated by their
Achievement Scholar (along two visitors were the com over 450 students, and was high schools as candidates for
CORNER 6th AVENUE. &...14th STREET with his faculty advisor, Miss pany's Data Processing Department voted by his classmates "the the Achievement Scholarshipsthis
Doris Andrews, left) the red- at Charlotte and its senior most likely to succeed"even year. The winners were
carpet treatment during a businesssystemsoperations before he received the chosen from a group of well
P, ff company-sponsored trip to the in general. Both are fields f o u r- year scholarship from over 1,000 finalists.

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Hear this important subject


Hear Evangelist R. L. Woodfork H. Taylor,

and Thom Smith

8:00 P.M. .-- r ._ __ JI IJIT -..-". ....

CROWDS TO Mr. Harvey I. Strauss, administrator of the Opa-locka General Hospitalhas FASHION SHOW
announced plans for the seek federal aid and
THE BIG GOSPEL TENT hospital to funds for an The North Dade Community -
Something the whole family will enjoy addition of 30-40 beds as well as continued modernization of the present Club will present its initial

facilities. Approximately one year ago the hospital came under the control of Fashion Show and Dance fea-

FREE FREE MD physicians who have attempted to make the hospital meet the hiahest turing the Les De Moiselles

standards. Mr. Strauss claims that the bed Ft. Lauderdale, FridayJuly
present capacity of the hospitalis 12, at the Police Benevolent As.
EVERYBODY WELCOME inadequate to meet the demands of the community. The hospital now offers sociation, 151 St. at 27th Ave.

24-hour-per-day emergency service. Music by the Breeze.


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: 26 THE MIAMI 11 MES, Friday, July 5, 1968

\ . ." ________ ___ _______uu__ __ _
: --- Special Summer Course At Miami Jackson I IThe

,: POET'S Adult Distributive Ed- fered to all adults l and high latest sales training films and

I ucation Dopartmenthas com school graduates. Tnis basic a series of sales training records -
up with a "quickie' course in course is designed to intro- To be included In the
CORNER selling in order to help fill the duce selling to those untrained course will be:
I demand for Retail Sales per- in selling;or to those in sel- How to sell, How to obtain

By GENE GRIENER sons in Miami.A ling now, who need a refresher. customer, how to over
irlI 44 hour course in the Psy- come objections, classroom
... .. .. of 758 is of- Course to include the use of
- - -- ------ - chology Selling, discussions on selling prob-

lem, role-playing in the
Independence DayThe SpringAt store, what it takes to get that
Fourth has made the scene once more, last Winter time has passed Course scheduled to start
V. .....
again we face a hot July, Born free Spring is here at last! : : July 1, and end July 12. A two
our noisy drum and bugle crops One by one, two by two. BAHAMAS week program, to run from 8

beneath our flag too limp to fly. How fast the flowers grew! rt-m t ' *V-" i. a.m. to 12 noon, Monday
From dayj parade will come sore feet, ,. ::;:: :---' through Friday.If .
old unlfroms soaded through with sweat, Birds wake up early and sing, the demand warrents it,a

and much too tight, like summer's wheat, Little songs of Spring.It's The Rev. Neville Stewart ford Darling and Mr. G. E. second class may be scheduled -
that time will split with bayonet... a hap, hap, happy day. for the July 15 through 26
headmaster of n' Johnson to the
Q u e e s College secretary
Yet buddies marched on rainbow's bridge, When little children start to say. two week period.Registration .
to thunderclaps cadance It's to be Methodist, has been appointed House. Senate delegates will
was keptas ,going a long, long, day. is
open now for
caissons flashed assistant Chaplin to be the President the Hon.
on sky and ridge;
In the House of Assembly. The Leonard J. Knowles, and Hubert adults and high school grads
reverence- Nation wept. Flowers bloom, grass grow green
only. Fee $2.00. Sign at
clerktotheSen- up
new chaplin is the Rev. H. W. Johnson,
Hard rains and tears have cooled the land, Bees buzz and sing. Miami Jackson.
our flag has waved In minds that cared; They kiss flowers as they flap their wings. Brown as Baptist ministerwho ate.

upon men's hearts burns freedon's brand- It's going to be a long, long, day. succeeds the Rev. Canon

the Fourth, once more, we all have shared. The sun shines high over the sea. Addington Johnson. Open 7 Days-8 A.M. to 10 P.M.

Gene Griener As yellow as it can be. The House of Assembly has
It all happens on the first day of Spring! agreed to request for a public The Best For Less At

Flowers of park and playing field in the
Michael Mahone Johnson Road area and for
Compass IslandAn Frank c. Martin Elem. School funds to resurface the roads
Fourth grade.Where intheClaridge HilltopHarmony -
Island held upon its rock Hill and Tuckaway subdivision -

Some mullein, thistle, catnip, dock, .
. And spread them out against the sun. I Live The Shirley Street Theaterwas
For footsteps of the wind to run. visited by masked gunmen
Here with the sea on every side on May 20, who escaped with
And where three gulls seremenly ride Where I live is an interesting place, an undisclosed sum of money
We walk in 'from the rock-lined shore Scarcely do we ever see a white face. after knocking the janitor to R
To see it there is any more the floor and forcing the man-
Acquaintanceship that may astound My sidewalk is clustered with broken glass, ager to open the office safe at
Out of this* waved-encircled ground By the kids not of the Middle class. gunpoint.
There are some stitchworts and primrose Bisop Paul Leonard Ha- .I 1
An oak that solitarily grows. Where I live, nobody seems to care, garty OSB of the Roman Catholic I x
There does not seem too much of these My Brothers hate themselves and straightentheir Church has dedicated anew I
To face the thunder of the seas; hair. church on Robinson Road,
It is enough to make us talk the church of the Holy Family,

Of mullein, thistle, catnip, dock. Stores are boarded up and the man has left Father Marcian Peters OSB, OVER 40,600 CARS SOLD
the scene, is the priest. Among those attending -
Daniel SmytheIN Instead'of attempting to help us make the the dedication cere- MUNICIPAL AUTO SALES AND SERVICE
place clean. mony were: Sir Rolandand

DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. Where I live is part of the Promised Land.A Carlton Francis and Mrs.
.. 1929-1968 place where man is still inhumane to man. Francis, the hon. Clement ,
ROBERT FRANCIS KENNEDY Maynard and Sen. the Hon.Sir
1925-1968 I refuse to live forever in this land of the free, Etienne and Lady Dupuch. SUPERMARKET!
When everyone else can melt in the pot but The House of Assembly has
Two MenTwo Black me. unanimously passed, the AS ADVERTISED ON TELEVISION!
Country's largest for the year THI CAR YOU IUT TODAY I
men were shot . PRIER 1968. The record amount to- YOU Dun' NOM TODAY
%< Gunned down victims 1MM1DIATI' BILIVIRYI
, talling $66,230,345 to be spent I
of senseless violence
kindiest of souls this year. 500 CARS!
These ': WhenWhen Bahamian students association -
who desired only brotherhood t I In New'York plan holdingits
;' Two unbiased men were shot *t"\" ': will this unmitigated hypocrisy end? Second Annual National 15 YEARS-SAME LOCATION!
there from
" i Who spent their short lives ," When will the white man be the Black man's Conference June COUKTIOaS44ifMfM TO Sim YOU
j friend? 25 to 30. Delegates will come ALWAYS HONDREDS OF 1955's
In search of
peace from the United Kingdom, THRU 1968's TO CHOOSE FROM
When will
the bend
flexibly ?
tried hard to free congress
':, They so
men from their bondageTwo When will we be treated as whole men? Canada, the United States and '" .... .. .....,
When will those who are moving away? the Bahamas.
men were shot When will they help their brother in social Five representatives from I MUNICIPAL AUTO
the Bahamas House of Assem-
But be very still and let us send
bly and Senate attended the SAWS A SERVICE
out a mighty call against force
first regional presiding of-
I While we pray that time will find
the way to[ heal this nation'smany '", '.' . PRIER ficers conference held in Barbados I I
June 1215.Representing .
wound of bigotryEmpfiness- the House of 3061 N.W. 36th St.

The Small VoiceWhen Assembly will be, the speaker ECONOMY CORNER-311! N.W. 36th STREET
the Hon. A. R. Braymen, 1.00: *.'M) TO 10 P.M.
The light pushes through the pergola, the choice is made-- the Deputy speaker Mr. dif OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
Sounds wave their heads and danceon (words that close the gate),
the trellises, when the key is turnedin
The fragrance of blossoms permeatethe the lock of fate;
tall grass and at last we know when the bridge is drawn
The Mini-Brute
that they are not there and the turn Is taken-- presentsthe

And the emptiness . is all . when the oath is pledgedor
we . can share . the vow forsaken; short payment book.

I neigher councesl, friend
. Dorothy Mitchell Bechhold neither counsel, friend

.. share the final choice
made by crystal call
:: FreedomSome from that small, cool voice
cleaving all confusion
folks think
empowering nod
By burning churches (You may name it "conscience".
They burn '. others call it --GOD!)
Freedom.Some .
folks think Magny Lanstad Jensen

By imprisoning me w
They imprison 2 door Sedan
Freedom. To Happiness $249 Down $4911 Per Mo. for 36 Months
Some folks think
By killing a man Mildred Is a Virgo, BUick's new Opel Kadelt 2-dr. Sedan.
They kill Her Claude's a Virgo too;
Freedom.But God's gift has been their love,
Freedom Their golden bands -- still new.

f.. Stands up and laughs ;. Sheehan
in their faces Time zones can not destroy BUICKENTIRE
;: Their SaltyPepperTreeFor
And says, ... ..
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___.__,_ __ II I the past few weeks we reading. Teachers employed
have been getting our program for the academics are: Mrs.
It Is obvious plus that Isaiah ClarkandArron Glover are not co-ordinated'with various departments Pauline Austin, Mr. James
readers of the Miami Times If they are readers, then the in the school and the Bryan, Mr. David Bythwood,
article appearing in last Sunday's Miami Herald is indeed an community who are workingwith Mr. Earl Allen, Mr. Charles
indication that once again political fence mending is underway.This us to make this a fun-fil Austin, Mrs. Campbell, Mr.
is the considered opinion of the majority in the commun- Ii led summer at Brownsville Kennard Davis, Mrs. ML
ity since my column: dealt with this problem of county indifference ; Junior High School for child Davis, Mrs. Doris Postell,
in the issues of May 24, 31, and June 7. A repeat of ren and adults. Mr. Alphonso Roberts, Mr.R.
the contents of these issues is not necessary,except to repeat Along the atheistic line, Mr. Tribble, Mr. James Wright,
that no Individuals or one organization will ever get anywhere Fayson Invited a company to and Mrs. C. Dunn. Mrs. Betty
with the Broward County Commission. You must have your honor the community school Page and Mr. Ge:1.*e Hepburnare
program and complaints presented by an attorney backed by an r with their performance of avery the librarians for the
organized group of citizens of this community. I hope that by I brilliant operetta, "Die morning and evening programs
now this is clear to one and all.No one knew of their actions, Fledermans," that starredour Mr. James Gay and
until appeared in Sundays Herald. Bill Stevens is one of those own Miss Joan Storr. '':':F. V. Lindsey are in the
rare people who reminds me of Katherine the great who, when J WTVJ, Channel 4, carried the electives of art and industlral
told by her ministers that the people were crying and begging review on its 11 o'clocknews. arts. In swimming, we have.
for bread, said "give them cake." The streets out here needno 1 4 q I Among the guests were Mayor Mr. Sims with a staff, and in
scraping. Now I did not build 1-95 but rye hoofed enough I Hall, Commissioner Range, the modern and creative dancing
clay in Georgia to and from school to know when a road bed 8 c \ ' S Mr. J. L. Kershaw and many w e have Miss June Brown-
has been depicted by rain and too much scraping. It's almost other outstanding personalities. lee as coordinator; Mrs. Audrey
election time and the county fathers arerunningtrue to form. Gilchrist is coordinatingbaton
What they want is your vote.But I hope and pray that the peo- In the academics, the cur- twrilling; Mr. Everette.
ple are not misled by these promises of water and paved riculum is geared around the Burrows and Mr. Samuel
streets and put Bill Stevens back in office again. The commissioners basic subjects of math, Payne are assistants wth the
claim In a series articles appearing the Sun Tat English, social studies, and Metro Department.every .
tler what we pay no advalorem taxes.Ad valorem taxes be Culmer Center NewsThe

for liquor, automobiles, and every other state !and federally Commissioners meeting Wednesday,at 7:30 p.m.
taxed item. Now you August body of supposedly intelligent peo- Advisory Board and Monroe Tuberculosis an<1 where they were on the Agenda at the Dixie Park. All persons
ple would have me believe that you do not receive enough staff of the Culmer Neighborhood Respiratory Disease Association . to express the need for a who are interested in sewing
money from the State of Florida and the federal governmentto Center sent three boys to I Inc. Food Stamp program. It was are asked to come out. The
pick up the garbbage, and remove the refuse and Junk cars camp through donations collected The ADC Mothers from al 1 their understanding that thee Sewing Classes are planning
from the streets? You would Insult my intelligence by havingme among themselves. It over Dade County met at < County had adopted the Food to have a Fashion Review the
believe that these twenty foot high weeds !and palmettos was felt that this was a worth I Culmer Neighborhood Center Stamp Program but up to this first week in August.
which abound on vacant lots cannot be burned off and clearedat while cause and more of this There was a discussion as tithe o point nothing had been done.
the owners expense? areas' citizens should partici possibility forming a co. Their appearance was main- BLOCK CLUBSThe
pate.The op food store in all nine neigh. ly to get some answers. Wer
The people who live here are not !asking to be cared for by Recreation room at borhood centers to serve oui would like for all the citizens Liberty Block Clubs UDder -
taxes paid by some other community. We can and are willingto Culmer Neighborhood Center Food Stamp recipients. It WIll in the Culmer Neighborhoodr the direction of Mrs.Ear-
pay what is our fair share for services rendered. If Carver has been redecorated. This pointed out if only 60% of ow Center's area to attend thee nestine Taylor are getting the
Ranches is a slum then Broward County Commissioners past community action project was residents participate th many activities that we offer people in the neighborhood Involved
and present made it so.These roads have been dug into enough.So done through the efforts of the area, there would bear! *8 and please call on us for any in seeking better housing
you vote seekers can keep your grading machines in the staff, members of the Culmer coming back into the County' service felt that we can ren better jobs, training programs
motor pool. If I have to lay down in front of it you are not go- Advisory Board, citizens in over 7 million dollars.The der to our cKlzens.e and helping neighbor
ing to scrape anymore dirt off. It's enough mudholes out here the community, and youth that ADC Mothers of Dad HOME MANAGEMENTy when .tie or she needs help.
already. attend (the recreational activi County appeared at the Count Sewing Classes are held The 501 Block Club under the
That's thirty for this time till next times, buy the Times. ties. The paint job done was
verv. beautiful fnrtoMl and WA I..-- .
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community to come and see
Carver LOCATIONSThis especially the youth to come No pre-rinsing, hand-washing or drying.
is where the Jobmobileis in and participate in the activities

Ranches : 'j that are. provided; : An automatic electric dishwasherends
Monday, July 8, 7:30 a.m. them. ,'I
to 4:30 p.m. NW 27th Ave and HELP GET A kitchen-sink drudgerAn
79th St. (Northslde Shopping
By Walt. Bow 1 Center). POOL TABLE
Tuesday, July 9, 7:30: a.m. S.O.S We are in need of a
The South Broward Post No. to 4:30 p.m. NW 14th Ave.and pool table at the Center. Any-
8195 VFW Ladies Aux. had 64th S L (Liberty City Community one knows where this can be
their installation of officers Center). secured as an inkjnd contri- j
Thursday, June 27, by Mrs. Wednesday, July 10, 7:30 bution, please contact us at
Helen J. Wall, district president a.m. to 4:30: p.m.NW 17th Ave. 3770525.All .
of the 5th District. Along and 46th Street. materials used in the
with her was her Installingteam. Thursday, July 11,7:30a.m. Recreation Center was donat
Many of the neighboring to 4:30 p.m. NW 22nd Ave andBun'che ed. Further exampllfying interest
VFW Post andAux.Ladies Park Drive. (Across of citizens in the com
were present. The VFW Post from the swimming pool). munity.
No. 5693 Commander, Cov- Friday, July 12, 7:30 a.m.
The Senior Citizens meetingwas
ington; Past Commander Edward to 4:30 p.m. NW 27th Ave.and I 4
held on Tuesday June 25.
Brown and the presidentof 62nd Street. (Stevens Market). ,
It was an enjoyable meeting for
"all those who attended. The Aft?
locka! Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Post
; ,resident of the Ladies guest speaker was Doctor Edwin
Marie Miller, Mrs. Mattie No. 8195 was elected trusteein S. Shirley. film was
Oats and others. Mrs.
many the 15th District.
shown b Mrs. Mary Siplin, f
of Post
president Dorothy Trotter, historian. Health Education of the Dade- _
No. 8195 Ladles Aux.was Mrs.
Addie James of West Holly k
wood and Mrs. Eleanor V. I
Bowe, senior vice president,
other ladies were Mrs.Lucille

Holmes, Mrs.Ruth Hart, Mrs. OPPORTUNITY
Seymour, Mrs.Scott, Mrs.
Margaret Wiggins; Mrs. Vir- MORTGAGE
ginia Valdez, Mrs. Dorothy wa

Trotter, Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. ENTERPRISE .
Pinkney, and Mrs Juanita Lamarr. FHAYACONVENTIONAL

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Post No. 819 5 to meet Sun- ,,, t
day, at 5 p.m. at the post officers <" <..{ An electric dishwasher can save you 90 minutes a day
be c 4 '" You stack dishes between meals and do a
and members please J'' < for nicer things. can
present. Walter A. Bowe, ,',r; full day's load with push.button ease.
commander, Randy Alford, ti
adjatant. ::,'"'i" Everything's washed and sanitized really clean with water much '

TheCharmetts wlllhave hotter than hands can stand . then dried in electrically-heated air.
their party at the VFW Post Safeguards family health. Lets you relax when mealtime is over.
Friday, July 5. You are invited

to attend. Refreshmentsand Also an electric food waste disposer is the quick clean.

music. David Meritt, h"I easy way to end messy garbage handling.
president.The "
15th District was formed i- .* .See your appliance; dealer or plumbing contractor today.
Sunday at VFW Post No. c-- .' .
1966 Fort Lauderdale Dept. ; : <}, ; : ,{ < :_.' .' '
Commander Howard M. Dun- ,
canson was the installing .
ficer. John Flynn elected 15th LEE ANDREW BLACK Mate{ a dean break with.' the past FLAMELESS...It'$ cheaper ELECTRIC, tool "-

District Commander. From Licensed Mortgage Broker and Owner ..Graduate t to electric I dishwashing.. ,'
Post 8195 Commander Bowe
/10 i011' 1wI ft It lit OI.P.UV ,
was elected as one of the trus Office: 5722 NW 17th Ave. !
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L. C. Eagles/
HUD Gives Miami
. "Spewing with., '. ARNOLD DAVE .
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$236,600 For ParksThe L, C. Eagles fast-pitch softball Eagles took six of the eight
Q team in the Grapeland victories with the mandatory
ft ., city of Miami was givena park on a tract boundedbyNW26th Park League ended the first 10 run lead rule by Grapeland
I- it $236,600 grant for an eight and 28th Sts. and 17th and half in sec ond place. The officials. Pacing the Eagles
acre park to be built adjacentto 18th Avenues. Eagles were runner-up to first. attack were the following play
the Comstock Elementary Pepper's office said the place winners Alex-'s, their' ers and their averages.
School in. Allapattah last grant was made under the Open crosstown ,rivals.-Aiex's are Willie Amos, .389; James
BY HARRY SPEAR Thursday.The Spaces Program The park- defending champions of the'67 Hunt, .378; Sam Rolle, .359;
grant-from the Hous- with tennis courts,playgroundareas fastpitch season. Leroy Clark, .333; Robert
ing and Urban Development and night lighting will The Eagles finished the first Palmer, .289; Frank Sweet,
WHY MARLINS ARE SLIPPINGThere (HUD)- was announced in be one of several open space half with a record of 84. .273; William (Whimp) Clark,

is not.too much for me to explain about them since Washington by U. S. Rep. parks throughout the city. Three of the four games lost .270; Charlies (Donnie)Brown
they were rained out five straight games.andtfce other teams Claude Pepper. The estimated cost for pur- were by a total a mere three .257; Arnold Davis, .214;
were in action. Although not playing, they are still in first The city of Miami appliedto chase and development of the runs. Donnie Kelly, .161; and William -
HUD for $237,118 to aid tract is $360,000. During the first half the Cox, ..097.H.O.M.E. .
column. Runnerup
place by two games, at the time of writing my their financing to develop the
Daytona Beach lost a doubleheader to lastplace Leesburg.
When a fighter doesn't train for a fight and enters the ring he ". ..3I_
is out of shape and anything can happen. That's the same way "A- OFFERS

with a ball player. We can't expect wonders from them. t }' MORTGAGE MONEY
I have been asked over and over again where this player and

that player is, and is he still in baseball. I am referring to the ,err-T..wet Irw IlII (continued on page 28))
ones who previously played with the Mirllns. Here is what I
and be wlll answer 4 A8 $200.00 provided to holders of
suggest, call Sonny Hirsch WKA T probably r
221 Certificates issued
your request.
Maybe the Marlins can get started againthts week we hope. __ : i" Metro HUD Division of Urban

Here is this weeks schedule,Friday,Saturday,July 56, Mar- : e Renewal.
lins vs Orlando; Sunday-Monday, July 7-8, Marlins vs runner- Provisions can be made for
up, Daytona Beach. Orlando leads the western Division and \ eligible families to obtain
Daytona is chasing the Marlins, therefore,these four gamescan !: - 4 ,: k :_' liiiYNYrr down-payment money in the
tell the story for either team.All games start at 7:30 p.m. form of relocation adjustment
except Sunday, which starts at 6:30 p.m. Come out to see the payments through Little HUD
Marlins in action. Moderate income families will
be able to apply for these funds

BENNIE MOORE QUITS JACKSON '' MIAMI TIMES and should find it easy to
I qualify for mortgages. The
Bennie has been a most successful track coach and will be services of HOME arealso

missed by Jackson. He led Northwestern and Jackson to State available to area real estate
Track titles also developed many a track star.He coached five brokers and home builders
state champion teams in the past six years and lost only one It is the hope of Mr. Black
meet. His 11-year record, 9 with Northwestern and two with that these services will helpto
Jackson. At his new post he will not be connected with athle- make the FHA Housing
tics, although he will continue to coach the Metropolitan Club Counseling Services and the

Track team in the summer. Bennie will be a consultant in the The Miami Times Little League Baseball team is in first place in the inner city loan program more
institute of Human Development at Miami Dade South Junior meaningful for low- i n com e
t, College His program is to try to persuade students who didn't Central Miami Little League after compiling an 11-2 record under coach families as well as potential
finish school or Junior high school to come to Junior College Andrew "Chick" Lee. This team is a favorite in the All-Star game to be homebuyers in the Model City

; to take non-structural courses. They will receive some type, played in Carol City July 17. Lee has been named coach of the AllStars.The Neighborhoods.
of certificate and will be able to get a good paying job. Mortgage and Counsulting
Kash and Karry team with an 11-3 record is right behind the Miami
Services will also be providedto
DOLPHINS BEGIN PRACTICE JULY 19 Times team and Earl's Market is closeup with a 10-4 record. Central League( non-profit sponsors of 221

games are played at Manor Park every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and I (d) 3 multi-family apartments

Practice for the MlamIDolphinswillofficiallybeginat: Saint Saturday at 6:30 p.m. Come and see the future stars in action. and cooperative homes.
Andrews School, Boca Raton, on Friday morning, July 19, at The firm offices are located ,
Pictured Bottom Left Simmons Johnathan Williams
are: Row: to right, ,
... 10:00. at 5722 NW 17th Avenue.
That is when Head Coach George Wilson and his aides will Coy Smith, Rorald Plummer, Timothy Daniels, Williams, Isaiah Howard, Harold I

greet six prospective team members-- the six being quarter- Sampson. Top Tow: Left to right, Gory Clark, Alfred Davis, Arthur Griffin ,
backs Bob Griese, Rick Norton, and Kim Hammond,and line- Donny Brinson, Kelvin Lamb, Johnny Turner and Coach Andrew Lee. BUS STRIKE AVERTED
backers Frank Emanuel: Wahoo McDaniel and Jerry Hopkins. ,
All but Hammond, ex-Florida State star, are veterans. (continued on page 28))
( '' Emanuel, McDaniel and Hopkins are expected to battle for -- ----- Under proposal,starting
t the important middle linebacking spot on defense,although Mc- kR ft K drivers would get $2.61 an
( : Daniel and Hopkins in the past have both also seen service as hour. They now get $2.69 an
outside linebackers. hour. Pay for drivers with lon-
These six men will have a weekend start on 36 rookies, and w.S gevity would Jump to $3.02
': 20 veterans who have been asked to be in camp by 3:00 p.m., H\ hourly

3. '. Monday, July 22. Three rookies -- Fullback Larry Csonka, rP a ( The original proposal for
Syracuse, Tight End Jim Cox, Miami,andHalfback Kiick, : the Transit Authority called
Wyoming -- have been excused until Saturday, August 3, because t Gt for a reduction in the workweek
.(, of participation in the Chicago All Star game The remainder -* with no loss in takehomepay.
of the veterans will report on Saturday, July 27. Drivers, however, rejected -
the offer and demanded -
N.Y. JETS SELL 50,000 SEASON TICKETS I F a 10 per cent pay hike.They
settled for a compromise five
Season ticket sales for the New York Jets have gone over per cent though.
50,000, it was announced by Weeb Ewbank, general managerand a.d The agreement, which still
head coach. has to be approved by the MTA
I Why can't the Dolphin fans attempt something like this. It and Metro Commission,wouldgo
would be a great inspiration for the players,not to mention the into effect Oct. 1,
money for the owners. V

I' New Park To Have Everything;- :t, r I vis TV IT MCDONALDS STARS TO

Work has begun by the borhood and officials of the I Saturday, July 13, is the big
Metropolitan DadeCountypark Dade County Park and Recre- day for the kids at McDonald's
ation Department.These Hamburger Restaurant, at
and Recreation Department \ 1kb
\ 3325 NW 79th Street. Ronald
; on another new neighborhood include: three ball ,.
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park for the Northwest fields, one football field, two McDonald, famous McDonald
section of Miami. handball courts, one regu- Plan Athletic Clinics In Central America clown, will appear in person,
to entertain the children.With
lation track four multipurpose -
The park, located at NW 71 ,
St. and NW 26th Ave., will be courts, one swimming: Ronald will be Charlie"Com-
.' Members of the Middle at Brandeis University.Fox Louis Cardinals; Bailey mander"
Baxter star of the
'1 named by the residents of this pool, four tennis courts, one I American Sports Foundation, president of MAS, is Howell of the Celtics; Ben "Super Heroes", televisions
: area. Work began this week on field house, and a tot lot.. Inc., Sports Advisory Committee also chairman of the board of Carnevale, athletic director of ow seen Saturdaymorning
the 19 acres of land preparingit A teenage center with dance I around John United every
gather M. Fruit Company, which NYU; Danny Litwhiler, Michi- on WCKT-TV.
for a neighborhood parkand patio, parking facilities d I Fox (second from right) dur- founded the non-profit foundation gan State University baseball pearing with "Commander"Baxter
recreation center. The following night lighting also will be pro- ing planning session in New MAS is guided byprominent coach; and Jose "Zito" Eli will be his electronic
has been allo-
recreation facilities are vided. $70,000 York, at which the organiza- Americans and Latin Miranda, world-famous sidekick, Toby the Robot. The
for r
under consideration by the the preliminary. tion's series of 64 intensive Americans, staffed by leadingU. Brizllian soccer player. trio will be on hand at 10a.m.
of .
t citizens of the adJacent neigh- stages development.Rommel's sports clinics was announced. S. and Latin sports figures,
I and supported by other com-
--- Gathered around Fox,
chairman of 'United Fruit panies in the United States and BYRD & SANDILANDSFISH
Company (left to Latin America. It was estab-
Cleaning ServiceFloor right):
Vicente Feola, world-famous lished to send teaching clinics
Brazilian soccer coach;Jesse and help further develop ath- MARKET
Waxing Rug Cleaning Owens, former Olympic track letic performance in Middle
Window Cleaning great; Arnold IRed'Auerbach, America, including El Salva-
Residential & Business general manager of the Boston dor, Honduras, Nicaragua, 14905 N.W. 22nd Avenue
Celtics, professional basket- Costa Rica, Guatemala, and
,) 40 YDS. CARPET SHAMPOO $19.50 ball team; Bill Russell, play- Panama. Opa-Locka
751-5771 751-0551 er-coach of the world-cham- Others affiliated with MAS .
:::: 6024 NW 7th Ave. or
Celtics and include: Dick Williams, man-
.. pion ; K. C. Jones
.t James Handfort, Owner formerly with the BostonCeltics ager of the Boston Red Sox; FRESH FISH DAILYlit.

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6112 NW 7th Avenue Live Entertainment WeekendsUPHOLSTERY 5264 NW24th AvenueS.
Martin W. Smith
( -26" Pullman .
I: FUNERAL HOMES Bookkeeping & Tax Service
1 24" Tourist AL'S UPHOLSTERY 1730 NW 57th Street
RAHMINGS EVERGREEN 5509 NW 7th Avenue 691-2114
-' --- '- MORTUARY 759.8907
1744 NW 3rd Avenue
;{ht Sgt. Bennie Beasley son of 3718343MANKERMILTON
graduated from Miami North- REALTY
21" Overnight r'- li western in 1965. He 'enteredthe 6701 NW 691.9151 15th Avenu. 4740 NW 754.0655 7th Avenue >I7or14.wr IIMJaaI.

Air Force in December
15" Vanity if 1965 and receive .. his basic LAUNDRY &
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training at Lackland AFB in
13" Train Case I
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TAILORS & CLEANERS Auto Insurance Mieeil, FI.4kw.
After six weeks basic train- 1 Day Service Alterations
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ried the former Idella Mc- DamageSR

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Anthony and Timothy.He EDW. BRYANT'S :No One Refused

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ten months. Then transferredto 15% OOVVN
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three weeks before leaving for COLORS GRAY IWRIIIa AGENCY 754-8061:

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I ..' ((1)) 4846 NW 16th Ave 3 bedroom CBS,
$25 week.
$600 down, No qualifying.
$300 down One FHA mortgage $62 monthly

I.,'. 2 bedroomsCBS ((2)) 4001 NW 19th Ave 2 bedroom, 2 bath,

,. Lot 60x100 CBS, $600 down, No qualifying. $25 wk.

Tile Roof ((3)) 1174 NW 67th St. 3 bedroom, CBS. No
Extras week.
qualifying. $495 down. $25
373-3304 OWNER 923-1300

I ((4)) 3379 NW 48th Terr 2 bedroom, CBS,

t no qualifying. $500 down. $23 week.

((5)) 4407 NW 17th Ave. 2 houses on 1 lot.

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OPEN 7 DAYS ,"' 3639 NW 15th Ave. 635.4595

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NO QUALIFYING MOVE IN : - - : .' .... . ,
'( Neat aluminum siding frame house on large cor-
'/ .'(., f'I ner lot. Jalousie windows, awnings, stove and King Really Inc of Miami
.f refrigerator. Price only $6,000 with $800 down ,
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and $75 months We keyl "Klng Siu Buys"REAL: TORS
Williams who likes the look of natural curls but who likes
tight Very sharp CBS at 3620 HW 179th St. Large corner -
smooth hair, too. The singing, dancing star, a frequent guest lot, Florida room, carport, rear patio, jalousie CALL
'. on the Sammy Davis Jr. show, says that when she wants to windows, awnings, FHA price $13.500 U:D &93-2881
I wear the popular Afro coif,she slips on a Miss Natural wig by down. $90.10. month.(Opa. -locka number 624.3666)).
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'. Miss Williams Is widely noted for her sophisticated sense of SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
,, :: fashion and Is a great admirer of styles with an African origin. Lovely corner 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS home. Jalousie -
At a recent interview, she wore a boldly patterned tunic with windows, fenced yard, pretty patio, bar-b-
:, the colorful pattern repeated In her skintight pants. For this que, wall to wall carpeting, terrazzo floors, FHA
type of outfit, Miss Williams says that her Miss Natural Wigis price only $13,500 with $450 down and $90.10mo.
essential to the overall effect. But she added that she often (Our Opa-locka number is 624-3666)). 4th OF JULY SPECIALS
wears a Miss Natural wig with her more conservative clothes,
Gorgeous 3 bedrooms, new formica kitchen, car-
as she did for this photograph. PAYS ALL LOSING COSTS
SELLER Flo 91st Call for details.
port, on st. us
Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBSthat has everything
Florida room, carport, tile roof, awnings, NO QUALIFYING
awning windows,wall heater, pump 2180 NW 155 TERRACE
and well for awns, start, refrigerator, dishwasher Waterfront,3 bedroom,2 bath, $93 month includesall.
fANTABULQUS Indirect lighting.,Lovely) swimming pool, See this deal.
too. FHA price $11,000, $700 down and $112.55, "f'
month We have ley. :..'' 3831 NW 115 STREET
OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAYSee 3 bedroom, 2 bath. What a buyl! See this today.


Large 4 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS and garage in back LIST OF HOMES OUT THIS WEEK. GET YOUR
5917 S.W. 63rd Street has 2 apartments. Location at 48 NW 48th St. is BEST SELECTION NOW.

ideal, near everything. Price $16,500, :$3,000 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE
down and $130 month. Good buy. Live rent freed!

specialize in homes for persons being dis
t VETERANS $100 DOWN WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATIONVery placed in Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing
beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS on lovely, Projects. Veterans call to see if you qualify.
NON VETS $400 DOWN lovely street. Huge carport, jalousie windows, You're only a phone call away.
. wall heat, built-in kitchen, new appliances, 2
1 MORTGAGE FHA $85 MONTH patios, sliding glass doors to patios. Well worth

r,}:. NO CLOSING COSTS FHA valuation $15,500$500 down and $103.57
c" I J month. Vacant, we have keyl

FULL PRICE $12,900
Greater Miami have some 5 and 6 unit rental properties.You 5140( NW 12 AVENUEBuy

can obtain with reasonable down payment. one house get the other one free.No qualify-
Realty Inc. Priced very sensibly I and give very good returnson ing. Total price $9,000, ask i n g $700 down.
your investment. Come and seel! Monthly to your budget. Live in one-rent the

PHONE: 444-& t33 other. Fantastic opportunity. See today.
* *
I 6601 N. W. ,
This 3 bath 2
I b.droom,2 beauty is on corner lots.
Double roof heat CBS, 2 bedroom, Fla room, carport tile roof
tile oil
carport, awnings, jalousie '
oak floors conditioned
stove refrigerator, air- ,
windows, air conditioners, large modern ,
: BY OWNER kitchen, appliances wall to wall carpeting, total price $13,250. No qualifying, assume $85
sprinklers, fenced. FHA price $18,500.$800 down ,) monthly payment, E-Z terms for downpayment.
18 Units $ | 18.76 month,and, .lIttpay' all closing costs.. 't Don't miss this beauty.
$62,000 TOTAL ,./ .11I * *

1511 NW 4 AVENUE
':. S25000 cash above existing 6% first mtg. 3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS SWIMMING POOL FHA 3 bedroom, 2 bath, tile roof, oak floors,
only $300 month. 25% net return on cash in-- Corner home on large landscaped fenced lot, carport, built-in kitchen, central heat and air,
vestment. Building location is 14460 NW awnings, l jalousie windows, carport, large modern wall to wall carpet, drapes, dishwasher, sprinkler -
22nd Avenue. kitchen, appliances, air conditioned, 26 ft. pool, system, awnings, and morell Total price:
-. sprinklers, circular drive. FHA price $14,500, $22,500" no closing costs. Only| $1,500 don II
CALL MR. ALTERSON $450 down, $97.01 month. A real beauty!Ii (Vets $1,000)), $145 monthly. Can you qualify? !
By Day: 635-4595 call now!II!
I 226-1481 ,', -,,'. ,; ,'r''I'.I{ ''''':Ir1: ; .'f ..",,1,1.0".J."UI.'i ',. ..-.-"" .'. * *
:, By BROKERS Night: COOP. i>' ,' ,.4-' WE'NAPE PRNY" MERE,,140f0ESqYOU , ,)j.TH7Tj., . 940 LITTLE RIVER DRIVE

CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES'FOR,'" On water, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, large Fla room,
'. $100 DOWN( IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING \t:1 garage, tile roof, oak floors, rear patio, heat &
:.: DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAM QUALIFY .R.': 'J f air cond., all electric kitchen, like new through-
:: out. Priced middle $20's. Owner
says get me
w'; CARLTON REALTY .>J offers today. Be first.

3074 NW 79 STREET (Broker) 15130 NW 28 COURT

t REALTYBROKER -' CBS, real 4 bedroom, 2 bath, Ideal home for
693-4772 ., CALL 635-3177 large family, wall to wall carpet, drapes, stove
Out7ctttraf11'1? '! home eon be Purchased now
; CLOSED JULY 4th WEEKEND 5JM1,Ooadown and monthly payments of

" ; We wish 432 NW ,7th Ave. $92 ii7 depending| on lour downpayment. Ho
everyone a holiday. qualifying. Come on in and let us put you in this
Call us on Monday, July 8th PL 9-4371 .. hom.
* * * * * * " ,f""
i r.r.: 16000 NW 27 Ave 'I .:
Corner, WMBM, 1490 KC, Friday '3:00 p.m. and ,.<.':..;..";,t;,." r. "..,;.' 624.3666 ."'. ,,t .t',.r,::''f\;iilJ",'',':'': "I:'\:' "I 811 J J NW 54th BROKER
9:00 '
p.ra. Get Real Estateinformation and I ; I ST.
t, calj ( nrng{ j.I:;;: PHONE: 151-5124
f Jo see the homes. ... :...,..:.feri1Ev. .,,,, ,'rfr., _, Ij.DS'undays, ,; ,. OPEN 1 DAYS

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 5, 1968 31 1

CLASSIFIED ADS '. National: Association Of Afio"; I

15 WORDS OR LESS $1.50. 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD T American Educators formed"It

---- .-.- ... was a most hopeful be. Participation In this group was v I sed educational materialswas

FOR SALE FOR SALENo FOR RENT, ginning. The Black educator by the election of the assembled apparent.The .
is getting himself together,'" conferences.For assembly met from

MODERN 2 BEDROOM CBS, qualifying move right In Lovely room, nice neighbor; said Preston Wilcox in retrospect those' whose concerns' time to time In open sessionand
FLORIDA ROOM immaculate 2 bedroom, bath hood. Near bus and NS Ex- about the recent National did not fit or cut across these was addressed by selected -
carport, utility room. Extra of Afro-American categories a free a variety of
enclosed sleeping porch, car- pressway. prefer working Conference wheeling speakers on
large lot with fenced yard. port tile roof, hardwood floor, business or professional wo Educators held on the south non-stop Soul Talk Session topics of common concern.
Near schools, bus and shop- nicely furnished tool$1600 man. To see call NE 5-4805. side of Chicago, Illinois from was chaired by Queen Mother Cultural presentations, dem-

ping. FHA price $12,000.$400down dow $110 month pays every Also one room available for June 6-9.More thana thousand Moore, a figure long familiarto onstrations, preparedaddresses -
$80.09 month. TUBIN, Black educators variously those involved in the exhortatory comment all
thing. On NW 32ndSt.near 13th man. ,a group grass ;
Realtors. 7906 NW 7thAve. Ave. Atlantic and pacific including schoolteachers roots organizational effort of had their hour in the spotlightThe

Ph. 691-4785. Realtors 666-0411. Private entrance. Large 2 professors, community the Black community.The keynote speech by Nathan
bedroom, unfurnished apt. organizers an students dialo- conference used the facilities Wright was Just a beginning.
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH CBS Pretty CBS 3 bedroom I 1/2 HUNTINGTON ARMS gued and monologued about the of Chicago,City Col- Perhaps the single most ex-

CORNER LOT bath Florida room. Built in 86 crisis facing the Black com- lege, Wilson Jr College and hilirating moment of the entire
NE 50th
Terr. $30 wk.
Tile roofhardwoodfloors.FHA l owen-range, fenced.FHA$450 759-4174. Free hot water. munity and ,sought innovative the Metropolitan Community conference was the surprise
price $15,500. $500 down dow $95 month. Vet. or Displaced : educational means for making Church. A kick-off receptionwas appearance of Muhammad All
$103.57 month. TUBIN Real- person $100 down At- their contribution to its reso- held in the Parkway Ball- who resides i n Chicago.Ali
tors. 7906 NW 7th Avenue. Ph. lantic and Pacific Realtors HELP WANTED lution. room. addressed the assembly for

691-4785. _6660411. The hard work of the confer- The work of Black artists forty minutes, variously
ence was done in six workshopsby and authors was on display and charming and entertainingthem
CAROL CITY MODERN No qualifying modern CBS 2 AMBITIOUS YOUNG MEN Task Force. These groups, for sale in the corridors at all but all the while point-
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH bedroom, bath, Florida room Over 18 years old. Toearn meeting throughout the four sessions. Textbooks and writ ing unerringly to the crying

Florida room, carport, utility carport, tile roof, hardwood good money over the summer Jampacked days, were titled ten materialsrevealing the need for Black educators to J
room. Beautiful built-in kit- floor, close in town location. and possibly a career for life. Higher Education, Blackeningthe Black Culture were on exhi- focus their concern on the
chen. $1,000 down and take $1,000 down monthly payment Color no barrier. Interview, Curriculum, Tye School bit and eagerly examined by needs of the total Black Com
o v e r low interest mortgage. arranged. Atlantic and Pacific 9-12 a.m. 150 West 25th Street and the Black Community, Ma- the assembled educators. The munity.
Tubin Realtors. 7906 NW 7th Realtors': : 666-0411. Hialeah. and need for such J
terials of Institution,the Black hunger re- The Conference, by accla-
Ave. Ph. 6914785. Student and the Black Educa- mation, took steps to form a
AIR CONDITIONED & HEAT- 5421 NW 2nd Avenue ROOSEVELT OFFICE tor.A seventh concernedwith FOR SALE National permanent Association organization of Afro-, the

ED. MODERN 3 BEDROOM 2 Sunday only 12 to 4.Tables$2; SAVINGS OFFICER the architectural group organi- 3 bedroom, 2 both, American Educators. j

bath CBS.Screened patio,builtin suitcases $1; sir law chairs Type 50 wpm, previous office zation of struc- garage
a permanent -----
1809 NW 41st STREETBuy
kitchen, garage. Tile roof $1; rugs $10; TV's $10; recorder experience required. Good ture was comprised of repre- Like Rent SEWING MACHINE
terrazo floors, awnings. FHA $10; bedroom suite starting salary.Liberal fringe sentatives from geographic SPECIAL
$45; record player$3 vacuum benefits. Telephone 3732553for Lots Bought & Sold
price $21,800. $1,400 down. ;
the and from
regions U. S. 8-1340 3 DAYS ONLY
TUBIN, Realtors. 7906NW7thAve. $5; typewriter, checkwriter additional information. each of the basic Task Forces. JE I

Ph. 691-4785. $5; slipper-rocker $5; mow W.will clean
er $5; file cabnets $5; rock 20 girls wanted to work with oil and adjust)

BUNCHE PARK LOVELY 2 maple double dresser & hiboy any sewing
permanent curly wigs at home. 9f!
BEDROOM CBS $35; beds $15;cedar wardrobe 371-2019. CLASSIC of regardless -

awnings, large lot, new roof. $15; 2,000 dresses @ 250; or condition age

FHA, $350 down$70.08 month. blouses $10 ;pants25$;hats Reliable sober driver and Beauty Supplies
20$ shoes 25$ 200 men'ssuits
Seller pays closing cost.Tobin ; ; gardener on pension. 3 days CALL
Realtors, 7906 NW 7th AvenuePh. @ $2;coats$1;shirts 25 f week, year round $35.00. Ph. 5422 NW 7th AVENUE PL 8-2631 685-1564 I
pants 50ft children clothes
6914785. ; *'754-6335. .
lOfc; also antiques and bric- - -

SALLY'S in-laws coming. She a-braces; sheets 500.Grace's Train for CIVIL SERVICE WEAVING HAIR HOW DO YOU SHAPEUPAS

didn't fluster -- cleaned the Warehouse Sale JOBS keep present job while ALL COLORS 100% HUMAN HAIR A
carpets with Blue Lustre Rent tralnig. For lifetime securitycall
electric shampooer $1. Star Dealers Welcome PL 8-0502. We have_ a complete line of beauty products Are you between 20 and 26 '

Hardware Co. 8747 NW 22nd years old-Hlgh School
Avenue. $53501901; NW 86th Street Beautician wanted. salonon graduate? Single, or dlvorced .
$4,800 1798 NW 83rd Street with no children?
91st Street an 17th Avenue In good health?and between
'2 CBS houses. 10th Ave. near 371-6728 371.6990 c 751-7449 or 6919392. MOVE RIGHT IN! 5'2" and 5'9" with your
54th Street in good condition.PL OWNER 49 NW 34th Street Indef.) E.Z. Terms No FHA Red Tape weight In proportion? Then
oil you need I* the desire to
4-4997. Owner Must Sell become a United stewardess
Wool presser quality only. -at a starting salary up to
2109 NW 81st Terrace 2 bedroom FOR RENT Steady work.Guaranteedsalary. 1801 NW 44th Street $480.00 a monthl) -

frame, newly decorated Room in home. Work- 759-5175.After 6 p.m.Tupperw.ue Large 2 bedroom, porch, oak floors, fireplace, Interviews will be held at

screened porch, large lot,city Ing lady private preferred. Private fence, plus home In rear for income. Live for United Air Lines Sales

water. No qualifying Why pay entrance. call after 4 o'lcock Dealers wanted. $50 month with $595 down. Office, Suite 1100
rent? For more informationcall 1844 NW 85th Street First National/ I Bank Bldg.
635-7626. Car necessary. Call 6930060Jly 100 Biscayne Boulevard i I
owner 758-5400. ( 19)) Real sharp! 2 bedroom; front porch, huge SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1968

HOME AND EXTRA LOT Rental of room to young work- fenced lot. Low, low price. $495 down, $85 No appointment 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
ing girl or woman desirous of
barber wanted. Masteror
Lovely CBSdecorator'shome Good pays all. See: AIR LINES
beautiful home living.3718965. -
carpeting, new kitchen, apprentice. Good pay guar CALL OWNER 693-2631 unequal opportunity employer
large Fla. Room, 1 carport, anteed. Dave's Artistic Bar-
plus lovely patio, on extra lot. 1 bedroom.$18week. ber Shop, 1090 NW 62nd Street
(July 12)
Completely fenced. See 1505 '
: 14811/2 NW 42ndStreet.Alsoother CITY OF
NW 46th St. Only $350 down.
Owner houses for sale. 373- MIAMI BEACH
693-2631. 7973. COME TO SEE US ATUToteMMarkets CIVIL SERVICEU.S.

PRICE $2500.00 :
Room. Hot water at all times.
Large duplex 2 rooms 2 bath Remodeling New Porches, Required
Gentlemen only. 6917034. Bedrooms Flo Rooms, __ _.u
screened porch, little damage ,
Both Rooms Fireman 1: $512-$654.
ty vandals. Owner on Very nice room. 633-5927. CALL NEWBOLD Age 2133. 20/20 vision

premises 9 to 1 on Saturday, 446-3122 or 5321858J29) THERE IS ONE NEAR YOU uncorrected, Minimum lit.
NW 64th Street. Room. 1370 NW 37th Street. ( ) 5'8", minimum wt. 145 Its.
FINE GROCERIES & MEATSWE Fla. driver's license.

By owner. CBS, excellent con- Room in p r I vat e home for
dition, 3 bedroom, 2 bath,Fla. single 7510894. Water Meter Reader: $382- I
room, patio, garage, awnings, FEATURE $488. Age 1835.Automotive .

sprinklers. $2,100 down $164 2 furnished bedrooms for rent. HOME AWAY Bodyman: '

per agents.month. FHA 693-0523. No Single men only.Ph.379-9061. FROM HOME Wise Potato ChipsAND $488-$566. Age 19-50. One

Tourist AccommodationDo year exp. In body and fender
Nice room for a nice workingman. work including automo-
Carol you a friend
City like new large
5520 NW 15th Avenue. relative tive spray 'palntlng.Automotlv. .
beautiful home by owner. No visiting? SNACKS
qualifying. down. 949- Beautiful private home for Mechanic I
One and two bedroom, fur- rent. Daily Basis. : -
6992. ,nished or unfurnished. Apart- Air conditioned, wall/Wall $4664566. Age 21-55 Threeyrs.

BEAUTIFUL DUPLEX ments. 1100 NW 79th Street. carpet throughout, completely -w flWLJWFREEMAN'S expo, repairing cars. ..... ,

FHA terms totalprice$13,500 furnished in good taste, Park Foreman I: 422538.
with $450 down live rent free beautiful porch, lawn furniture Age 1855. Two yrs. exp.
rent one side; This is a love- 2 bedroom CBS house-$26.00 flowers, fruit trees, as yardman or nurseryman.Tree .
ly property a real bargain 1 bedroom apt. CBS $19.00 and attractive front and RESTAURANT
right across the street from Small bedroom apt. 17.00 back yards. Maintenance Foreman:
Santa Clara School don't miss 2 bedroom apt. CBS $22.00 All Utilities Furnished In- 8615 NW $4224538. Age 2150. Two
this. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor call 1 bedroom duplex CBS-$19.00 c ludingClosed Garage& TV. yrs. exp. trimming, spraying '

anytime 759-2425.: 3 bedroom CBS house$27.00 Move right In 22nd Ave.SPECIALIZING if. topping and removing.
Good 1 bedroomapt.$19.00DEPOSIT Comfortable Florida living ,
Clerk Typist: 348444.-
FHA term $18,000 down,this WEST REALTY 9 a.m. to 5 '" ,
Is a custome built 2 bedroomIn 2020 N W 62nd Street 691-5283 p.m. HOME-COOKED FOOD Apply Personnel' Department I
rent free Take Out Service Also Miami Beach, City I
best area live well, Evenings & Weekends Hall, 1130 Washington Ave.
only 8 years old tile roof,don't ]Room in private h .rno for a 696-2538 prior to 4:00 p.m. Monday
miss this. A. Ben-Kori Real- (Christian middle age working Otto Freeman, Prop. through Friday.

tor call anytime 7592425. J lady, 691-0425.

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