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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: April 5, 1968
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00759
Source Institution: University of Florida
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.-- -- .. -- - -- -. JOHN DIAZ education and drier education
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will be prepared for future ,
jobs thanks to a head- Said Mr. Raiford "This is
project ,
Vol. 45, No. 32 FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1968 32 PAGES -15
ed by Henry R, Raiford. The my chance to see 11 I can do
Youth Leadership Training anything," when he acceptedthe
I Program (YLTP) is aimed at Job after it was offered bya
boys and girls aged 16-20. subcommittee of the youth
Changes Bringing
The United Fund is footingthe and group work panel.
$25,000-bill,which is a departure For the first series of train-

Downtown Bus Terminal -------from,_._the routine- - ing sessions, Mr. Raiford has
already recruited and inter-
viewed 150 youngsters fromDlde's
t Metro! Transit Authority has of our Downtown terminals be
Model Cities area. In
YtlY announced plans of relocatingthe relocated. This will open more
a the fall he will do the sam with
Downtown Miami termi- space and will allow us to reroute -
another 150 in the second
nals of Routes 21 and 24 coinciding both Routes 21and24
with changes in the into the Downtown area for
t: These youngsters will formin
e Ag Downtown street system planned better connections with other
30 and will have
groups ,
w to tak e effect this fall. mainland and Miami Beach
weekly meetings from 5 to 8;30
MTA Transportation Of- p.m. Mondays with leader

ficer D. L, Wallace explainedthat Routes 21 and 24 will be extended from five locations, three
under present conditions, from their present ter- churches and two schools,
there is no more Downtown minal at NW 1st Avenue and 1 within walking distance of

curb space which may be allocated Street, eastbound along Flag- . their homes.
for additional bus ler Street to a terminal point
Said Ra itor d, "I think we
terminals "However," said along N. E. 2nd Avenue. .,.' need the middle class to provide
x Wallace, "the new streetsystem MTA will announce the effective examples, models for the
which will be opened in date of the new termi- methods of the Fund's ,com- others to respect.As for those
advance of the new expressway nallocation laterthissum- munity help to the underpri-" who could be considered hood '...

opening-will.require I' that mosL ., --.g vileged. ,lums, we hope' the chance to
"ii'fII" Involved ,in this humanitarian
I earn money will motivate. them
endeavor are the member
In a new direction.:"I
agencies of the.United
'W M"if ' *T1ffilnillii Fund youth andgroup workpanel "" 1. ,5 ,' -I

especially the Girl INSIDE THE TIMES.... "
,Miss Gwendolyn Robinson, a sophomore at Sinct our loandin mort than45yearsafpt>y. u&Jishf > Scouts, the Young Women's

Mi ami-Dade Junior College, is a fin i a l list i in the J liif *: t4 lflfe *:|!f mafcouf Christian Association, and Bethel 15'

speech festival at M-DJC tonight (Thursday) in the Young Men's and the YoungWomen's Bondu 9
1 1'S Id ? Hebrew Association, Business Directory
JFK Health Center. A graduate of ,Booker T. Wash 11 .I / : 1. ,, A/ the Boys'club of Miami and the Chatter *
ington High School, she delivered a provocative James E. Scott Community Churches 22-23,

speech on the concept of "bl ack' power." She is Association Classifieds 31

the daughter of Mr. William Robinson and Mrs. Lou- The chairman of the panelIs Deaths ,20.21,
ct# coi&in'unity wfltteifcy venia Robinson of 283 NW 41st St. Miss Robinson says, "The Youth leadership Editorials > 4

plans to matriculate at Florida Atlantic Universityin $ today**aiticft;at ut&trecnlsertt Training Program crystalized Entertainment 8.9
September. / 1 1 M d , liter we discovered that all Letters To Editor 1&.1'1 .
agencies had found a lack of Littles .. ,e.
Leadership for their work in National News 2 ,
EDITOR HOSPITALIZEDMiami uopaftta8V ., .' disadvantaged: areas." Raal Estate ,30. .:-

Times Editor Garth C. Reeveswas of iddiy/'r pa| r art semi tteftttijjF &*Jeftf r$ It is on the shoulders of Protect Rustin : ,? 4 "
wrirt fottpfrfrw pfOjUt li** you about ou*special di Director Raiford that the School News ,24
hospitalized a minor legoperation on tuft two w *Ids t .'' '
tlf'Kolriss. Ke |> teadlnj'.Uit: responsibilities of making the Society 6
1:' Monday. Mr. Reeves, a patient at Christian Miami ttm t fo* &#*&$$#,4$ aretes 't&at'vt' project succeed rest. Mr.Rai- Sports .? '::. ; ,', 29
Hospital, is in satisfactory condition, hos- ford has taken a leave of absence Sweeting "-, J',;\. .7 "
pital officials said. from his job physical Young ",' '4

I I Cuban Bombings Rip Miami Businesses, Homes I ,I IA

series of 10 night bombings Miami has been ripped by a series of 10 night cal Spanish daily which said

--all blamod by police or bombings since late December. Most of the bombings that the British and Cuban gov-
the victims on various anti- I attributed to anti'Castro Cuba exile groups, have,been ernments were negotiating a
Castro Cuban exile groups-- aimed at three foreign consuls and numerous business sale of arms was the cause of
have ripped Dade County since firms. For an in-depth look at the bombings, read this the bombing.

December 26th. special report compiled by our staff. Both Cuban and British of-
One group, which! calls itself ficials later denied the story.
Cuban Power, has even taken packages of medicine,food, businesses specialized in as it was parked in the drive- The 1 last in the series of
credit for several of the bombings clothing to Castro's Cuba. shipments of food and medicine way at 129 SW 12th Ave. And bombings was March 12th
including the blasting of a The bombings -- most of from Cubans here to rela- three days later, on February9th when the swank Les Violins
parked plane at Miami International which have occured within the tives in Cuba. the home of the British restaurant, 1751 Biscayne
1 AirportonJanuary limits of the city of Miami -- At the Flagler Street store, Consul was struck. The explosives Blvd., was blasted. The bomb
20. The B25 was loaded with began December 26th when a a Miami Police Sergeant was were set off at the base did little damage though.An .
parcels destined for Cuba. private horns was hit at 245 injured by the explosion of a of the garage at 4400 Ander- attempted bombing of the
Police sources say that SW 21st Rd. detonator set in the envelopeof son Rd., Coral 1 Gables, The Chilean Consulate failed when
anti-Castro Cuban exile Fast Refrigerator Co., 818 C-4 which did not go off. consul, Francis J. Pelly, his the plastic explosive did not
groups are responsible for SW 8th st. wis blasted January After a pause in the bomb- wife, and 15-year-old daughter explose and only the detonator
most of the bombings. A 9th. ings, a bom believed to have were sleeping in the house. blew on Much 13th.
"communique" from the Cu- On January 25th, two firms been fashioned from an artil- One car was wrecked and a Both the detonator and explosive -
ban Power organization was were hit. The Flagler Street lery simulator awakened the second badly damaged in the were the same type used -
issued shortly after the plane office and store of Servicios family of Rafael Reyes Spin- blast. Pelly later blamed the by the Cuban Power group?
was bombed. It warned that Especializados, operated by dola, Mexican consulgeneralin explosion on "some Cuban or- And like many of the other
similar f bombings would be Jose Va 1 Id e z, and All Cargo Miami, at their Southwest ganization..' bombings was slipped throughthe
taken against all persons and Transport, 1707 Carol Way, Miami home The consul-general said a mail i chute in the door.
businesses engaged in sending wee heavily damaged. Both An automobile was next hit story which appeared in a lo. Damage was minor.r .


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Compiled By The Miami Times Staff

I -- LBJ Asks Congress., To Quit "fiddling"- And Pass Civil Rights Bill I

ceremony were Clarence Mit-
WASHINGTON "I Johnson once againurRed Con- President said the plane at the 82nd ing.
D. C.- Johnson : put on drawing closer, I chell, NAACP Washington
,think the conscience of America to the the more than half of "We are
gress "put taw on "Every move that we can makein Airborne -- and
closer to the ful- Representative a numberof
calls on the Congress to quit side of a man who seeks a home this country toward the goalof whom were Negro boys going think, ever
that this civil rights leaders. Presi-
fiddling and piddling and take for his family." complete equality for all of back to Vietnam the second fillment of a promise and dent Johnson
ourselves concluded
action on the Civil Rights Bill The president spoke at the our people. I think, is a very time to protect the flag and nation made the by
The time oh:excua&s has end- ceremony for the signing of our freedom -- that to the world many years ago. thanking group. He said,
good step on a very proud journey preserve
ed. .The, f' ttie'' 'for*action'\S',, the Jury Selection and Service ." they can't live near the base More than 100 years ago Lin- "For those of you who have

herd'1,.I tf j'-i #-i i- Act in the Fish Room of the Emphasizing the need for where they ha veto train in this coln signed the Emancipation joined In the years of fightingthat
has been
With these wYedne;'-' White House. praising the new fair housing legislation the country; they must drive 15, Proclamation. But going on, I want
--it wasn't a fact. to say to each of you:You have
day at a White House law which sometimes to pation
cere- assures everyonea President said: "I am shocked 20 or 30 miles
mony, President Lyndon B. chance to serve on juries to even think that the boys I get to their homes in the even- Among those present at the my deep gratitude

Disorders- Arson (h ig :>Dropped
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Veep Report . .
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make it clear once and for all the chief ;
Johnson and Vice President to Implement the re- : white racism as
Humphrey made clear their port's recommendations far I believe the most importantand cause for racial unrest and the

support of the National Advisory exceeded what Congress wouldbe principal conclusions of civil disorders in the nation The second degree arson one of 18 white businesses and
Commission on Civil willing to provide. the report are right. Icom- last year,a conclusion several charge was dropped against homes hit by night bombing in

Disorders Report this week, "All In all," the President mend the report and thank its key government officials have Tyrone Wilson in Gainesvillefor recent months in Gainesville.

despite repeated reports of reportedly told the publishers, authors." criticized. the fire-bombing of a Jailed and on $7,500 bond
White House criticism. "The Report was more good The vice president also called white-owned grocery store, each are: Shelia Preston, 18;
White House spokesmen than bad." President Johnson's recent Johnson and Humphrey when he agreed last Thursdayto Jethro Ward, 18; Carlton
President messages to Congress on spoke in the face of rumors turn state's witness againstfive Gary, 17, and Joe Frank Lee--
confirmed that the Vice-president Humphreyalso Manpower, the Urban Crisis that they were disappointedwith other Negroes facing the all charged with second degree
told 28 members of the Na- told the 12th Law Enforcement and Crime for not
Legislative the Report emphasizing same charge. arson in the bombing.Gary escaped
Association tional Newspaper that the Publishers NACCD Conference of the Building Control "a major first installment the positive accom- The 20-year-old Wilson tolda from Jail two weeks ago.
Trades Department (AFL- on the principle recom- plishments of the administration. county Judge that civil rights Among the homes bombedwas
most im-
document was "the that has been CIO) meeting here last week- mendations of the NACCD Re worker Irvin Lee Dawkins that of Assistant State Attorney
portant report
end that the NACCD was "a carried two gasolinefilled Mack
issued since I became presi- port.But The administration's state- Futch. He agreedto
dent." comprehensive, In-depth, Humphrey emphasized whisky bottles to the scene drop the chage against Wil-
analysis of social, economic, that the United States must ments were Issued during the March 13.Dawkins. son after the accused said at
he told the and make national commitmentto latest outbreak of violence
But publishersand psychological problems a is awaiting appealon a hearing before County Judge
reprsentatives of the pre- facing the American people overcome the problems during demonstrations led by a contempt of court sen- Connell that he would testify
NNPA that out in the Commissioni'MCiiiss1oi the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther
dominently Negro today. spelled but tence In another civil rights against the others.
King Jr. in Memphis,
. . . ... . . spokesmen said later that officials .- case. He Is in Jail on $10,000 with William Kuntzier, a con
state- bond on the arson charge tinuing defendant of Black
I istoodby the
: :'OH_ Disdrders ReportThe t, ,' '.' 'j ments although the President four others. which suf- Power advocate, Rap Brown,
recent report of thePresident's Sunday, April 7 colorcast: the more intimate and per- insisted law and order must be Gene's Grocery, reportedly defend the
fered $5,000 in damages, was other four.
National Advisory The Kev.David R.Hunter(with sonal dimensions of this part maintained.
Commission on Civil Dis- the Nationa 1 Council of of the report.
orders will be brought under Churches), author James
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I Business Leaders Seek Work For Hard-Core Jobless I:

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More than 240 Miami area as many chronically Jobless as The NAB program is basedon ami businessmen wanted to goal of 2600. vail it was possible to work
businessmen were asked bI possible..of all races,creeds a contract between the Fed know more about contractual William Grogan, Interna- with the Federal minimum
letter today to tn.J Bins lor 900 and national origins. eral Government and private provisions between the government H nal vi c e President of the wage provisions.E. .
hard-core poor, and summer Workers will be recruitedby business for the training of the and business which Transport Workers Union, T. Stepbenson, presidentof
work for some 2,600 school- the Florida State Employ- poor, unskilled worker. Once make training costs of the program stated, that it was one of the Dade County Federation of
aged needy. ment Service under supervision on the Job,the worker becomes reimbursable to the em. most important projects that Labor, AFL-C10,has been appointed -
The drive was launched by of its South Florida Manager the responsibility of the em- ployer. the community haoVtackled in by the AFL.ClOasla-
the newly formed National. Harry Tyson. ployer, and receives his the Miami area and applauded bor liaison to the local NAB
liance of Businessmen which The cost of pre-Job trainingand salary from him.A Additionally, discussions businessmen for their program and pledges the sup
has agreed to take over the "Vestibule' training Job candidate is certifiedby between union leaders and fourthright approach to this port of the Federation.NAB .
Federal Government's task of which simply is the training of Tyson's office and, if accepted NAB officials were under way acute problem. He pledged the is in need of volunteer
creating 100,000 Jobs for the workers in self-care and basic by employer for Monday to determine if the un- support of his union with the solicitors from the business
disadvantaged by June, 1969. work habits.-is reimbursableto training, goes immediately on ion's minimum wage could be objectives and promised he "omraunity who can explain the
the employer. This phase the payroll. waived for the Summer Youth would take whatever steps are program to other leaders in
The letter, sent out byNAB's is under the direction of Phil William U. Norwood, regional Work Program. necessary to see that this pro the Miami area business and
local group which askedlo-jalls: ,Seagren, director of Adult Vocational manpower administrator This would enable the em- gram is effectively promul- industry sector This can be
itself JOBS, MIAMI, Education at Lindsey of the U. S. Employment ployer to increase the numberof gated. He also expressed the arranged by calling Bob Wall,
cal business and industry Hopkins Center, who is serving Servicec o n d u c t e d an orientation young workers he hires in belief that because of the unusual Florida Power and Light,445-
leaders to pledge as many Jobsas as NAB training manager. session April 3 for Ml order to meet the Miami area circumstances that pre- 6211
they could to the city's reservoir -
of chronically unem-

ployed underemployed who presently and person working is onlya one An Easter Egg Hunt to be Bigger News Of Liberty City I

few hours a week and is unable -
Child CenterDuring
to hold a permanent Job. By JOHN A. DIAZ Opportunity
Miami's goal is to have
Jobs --or pledges of Jobs -- The annual communitywide The Liberty City Center March, 21 of our child
for 900 of these persons by Easter egg bunt, sponsored would like to thank all of their ren went down and had fun on
June, 1969. The second local by a committee, con parents who attended the CAG the "Popeye" show,also Mrs.
commitment is employment sisting of Charles R. Hadley, meeting on Monday night. Grey and Mr.Wallace borrowed -
for 2,600 poor school- chairman, and some promi- Thanks to Dr. Hernandez for the projector and showed
age youth this summer. nent citizens, will be bigger his wonderful talk on health to seven interesting films to the
this year, Judging by the enthusiasm the parents, we would like to children. Miss Helen Dorsettand
"This is arough assign-
displayed last Sunday
thank too Mrs. Friedman for her co-worker came out
ment for the businesscom- when the workers
showing a film on health. and read three interesting
munity, said William F. Ra- home to
sembled at Hadley's bit stories to the older
There have bee n quite a childrenat
ven, PanAmericanWorldAir- plan the Easter festivities.
and the happening bee at trar'ceutei. our center.
ways vice president
Miami-Metro chairman of the Among those present were, Some of our teachers put forth On Monday, April, all our
NAB program. Congressman Claude Pepper, effort and had all types of pets children enjoyed a horse showat
County CommissionersArthur from "My Pet Shop" we also Lillle C Evans one of the
"We'll become accustomedto H. Patten, Jr., Alex _. would like to say thanks to horses was ridden by Mrs.
hiring persons with fewer ander S.Gordon, Earl Starnes, "'- - "Uncle Wes" from the Humane Linda Hymes.
work skills and knowledge of and City Commissioner David Meeting for Easter Egg Hunt preparations, last Sunday, at Society for visiting us Mrs. Mildred Dean, acting
personal care than in the past Kennedy. the residence of Chales Hadley: Congressman Claude and bringing over some very director, Mrs. L.Bennett,reporter -
Pepper is pictured in center with
motivation eyeglasses, as he admiresthe
but .
-- by proper different pets on March 20.
these minus factors will be Chairmen of subcommittees large group, consisting of the various committees.

overcome." are: Fletcher A. Paschal .
The festivities will take ---- - -- ---
program; Henry The big attractions will be
Raven said,however,he was Daniels, arrangements; Mrs. place on Easter Sunday, in the valuable prizes that will I ]
"cheered and encouraged" by Monroe Park, 50th Street and OUR CLASSIFIED ADS
Marian Henry, vicechairman be awarded to winners of the I I II iI
12th Avenue where 10-
the initial reaction of Miami ,, over ,
contests to find the hidden
John relations
; A. public -
000 Easter eggs will be givento BRING RESULTS II I
will be I
businessmen."The ; Robert Davison, lucky eggs. The prizes
government tried to do awards; Mrs. Viva coordinator. the youths of the community bicycles, and other precious
the Job but with no spectacular toys that the kids will enjoy. I.. ____ _ _ ___ -I I

success," Raven said."So
President Johnson, in effect, YWCA Planning Huge, I
tossed the ball to the private I FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT

sector The overall of business.goal"locally is Gala Easter Eaa Hunt MODERATE RATES-CALL
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6,000 hard-core poor on payrolls The Student Education As- please bring the children. ,
by 1971, Raven said. sociation of the University of The time has been changedfor BONDED .c..i
The program is utilizing the Miami is planning a huge,gala our weekly Friday night "
know-how and of the
Easter Egg Hunt here at the
dances. The new time will be
Community Relations Board'sEqual Northwest Center YWCA, 5100 from 7 to 10 p.m. This Fri II Ii
Opportunity Task Force RENTAL
NW 21 Avenue.
day will be our "Night In Nas jc.
under Burdine's vice presi-
The hunt will start at noon sau' record hop.A dance con- _
dent Charles Potter, who is and continue til 3:00: p.m. Saturday test will be held with cash .:;:_
manager of Job Development April 13. "All members prizes. Posters will be put up AGENCY L '::-
for NAB. of the YWCA under the : .
at all the high schools in the
Robert H. Simms, former of ten invited saW
age are area. Our Jr. Y-Teen Club 1"t.
director of the Summer Tem
Mr. Bill treasurerof
Maynard, members will decorate the
porary Employment Programand the Association. A wonderful recreation building with palms .
recently named to head the
time is in
the offering, so and coconuts.
Community Relations Board, 0

w ill coordinate programs for cokf ,r; THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND
the recruitment of
youth. needyschoolage \.__ ____/' MANAGEMENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATING

NAB is under the directionof
Ralph Swartz, vice presi- A fleet of cart and collectors/ give door to door service for
dent of Peninsular Armature tenants convenienceA

Works, inc., and the Major
recreation center for and adults "rent
community teenagers
Firms division is headed YEAR'S GOAL IS 2,000 NEW MEMBERSFor
by "
free, furnished and air conditioned foryour comlort and enjoyment.
Robert Wall vice president of information on how you can join the Greater Miami
Florida Power and Light) Urban League, phone: 3773682. A public relations department to assist you with your problems.

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, A "iI I 5, 1968Office _

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To Be EqualBy

Whitney Young, Jr.
: 6530NW 15th AVe., Miami, Flo. 33147-PhoneI691.0421
Executive Director
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES Editor and Publisher National Urban League Speaks

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor ..,....
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National/Amalgamated Advertising Publishers Representative, Inc. A Matter Of PrioritiesThe The Struggle In MemphisOne

310 Madison Avenue New York, N. Y. 10017 internatioal monetary crisis has led to calls for aus-
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association cutbacks in federal spending, of the great exhibitions Negro unity, ploitical courage
2400 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 terity. That means higher taxes, and economic power is cow taking place in Memphis, Tennessee -
and interest rates on loans.
possibly higher
that should inspire every black in
SUBSCRIPTION for bankers and gov- It is a struggle
RATES This hits home it's not Just a matter '
ONE YEAR 55.00 SIX ; States and one that ill of us should support, becauseit
MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 ernment officials to about. The decisions on how these the United
struggle for dignity, for bread and butter and
Ne- is at once a ,
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post policies are to be Implemented will effectallAmericans. of institutions in our society to organizeand
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 groes and city dwellers especially, will be effected by the measures for the right Negro
1 taken since the call for austerity comes at a time when be recognized.
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The I was there two weeks ago, and found i t a memorable and
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead our urban areas are in desperate need of funds.
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accords Although the monetary crisis is serious, the poor shouldn'tbe moving experience. Along with Roy Wilkins of the NAACP and
to every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human made to for a national belt-tighteningspre Higher several other national civil rights and labor leaders, I addres-
and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-the Negro pay cutbacks result In a lessening of sed a rally of more than 9,000 Negro citizens, one of the lar-
taxes with
Press coupled spending
strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men
.are hurt as long as anyone Is held' back. the economy's expansion.That always means higher unemployment gest indoor meetings I have ever spoken before.
and you know who is first to be laid off. Higher intereston All the memories of the great protest movement floated back;

loans means that housing construction is cut back, and you I was reminded of Montgomery, Birmingham, and Selma,
ie ditnr'5 ntebnnh know who suffers most from the lack of decent housing.It's scenes of some of the most creative moments of the civil

hard to believe that a nation as rich as the United States rights crusade of the early 1960's.The MemphisAME Temple
can find itself in such a position, but now that it has been decided resounded with the familiar strains of We Shall Overcome.
Well the most important news in the nation this week came
and students of all social and
thatan Is we have to make Young people college economic
austerity program necessary,
from the White House when President Johnson announced
on sure that the poor aren't forced to bear the burdens in- levels filled the balconies. The leadership of the great civil
Sunday night that he would not run for re-election. It was cer-
volved. We've got to take a hard look at national priorities and rights coalition of the early 60's were present: civil rights
tainly a surprise. The President's term of office ends next
cut back only on non-essentials. groups, liberals,, labor unions, students, and clergymen.What .
January. He said he had no plans for what he would be doing
and It that stirred black Memphis into such unified
when his term ends. Number one priority has to be eradication of poverty was
discrimination. This Is the core of our urban crisis, and we action? It all started on February 12, when 1300 garbage col-
President Johnson's speech was lengthy but Interesting. can't pinch pennies while our cities stagnate and poverty flou- lectors and sanitation workers -- almost all of them Negroes

There are many who believe that in spite of so many seek- rishes. The child that's bitten by a rat doesn't want to hear -- went out on strike, and when the Mayor of Memphis refused -
ing the office of president, he would not only have been nomi- about the London gold exchange. He needs help -- and now. to recognize either their demands or their union. in fact, the
nated, but reelected.Ye Some people would say that Vietnam should get the highest Mayor has refused to recognize the Union Local 1733 of the
Editor shared that opinion. Lyndon Johnson has been one priority. Without going into the rights and wrongs of that tragic American Federation of State, County and Municipal Em-

of our great residents. situation, we are already spending about $30 billion per year ployees -- for the entire 21/2 years since it was chartered. In
Excerpts from officials and other supporters of the Presi- there. the meantime, he has recognized and bargained with all other

dent: Further, the cost of the war is always used as an excuse to unions with a majority of white workers.

Earl Fair c oth, Florida's Attorney General: "President put off costly programs like housing construction.Some people Though the white-owned newspapers have distorted the
Johnson has made an enormous prsonnal political sacrifice want more cuts like. those already being made In anti-poverty Negro sanitation men's demands and have inflamed white opinion -
in the cause of world peace. I was proud to stand beside him programs, but don't want to cut back on luxuries like supersonic against them,these demands are fair and simple. They are:
planes and the to the rain the ((1)) Recognition of Local 1733 as bargaining representativeof
with my pledge of support for him and our fighting men In Viet- race moon. Putting a on
nam. He has made me even prouder tonight. The politicianswho moon by 1970 will bost more than putting the poor in decent the Negro sanitation men. ((2)) Establishment of meaningful
deserted our President in this critical time in history now homes. Since astronomers assure us that the moon will still grievance procedures. ((3)) payroll deduction of union dues.((4))

must search their hearts and consciences. They had nothingto be up there past 1970, what's the rush? Fair provisions for promotions. (5) Health, hospital and life
offer before and I challenge them to offer a solution now." All the talk about Vietnam costs has to be deescalated.Some insurance. ((6)) A uniform pension program. (7)Sick leave, vacation

Representative Claude Pepper: "Now that the President is important domestic measures won't costa red cent. Open and overtime pay. ((8)) Meaningful negotiations to im-
out of the picture, I plan to ask state Democratic leaders to housing for example, would let Negroes live where they wish, prove the extremely low wages of laborers and drivers.
send a slate of delegates to the national convention which will yet it costs nothing. So why use the war as an excuse not to do Not only do these demands seem fair, they represent the

be completely underpledged, to any candidate or favorite son.' the right thing? minimum rights and privileges enjoyed !Iby millions of other
Dante Fascell: "I Just hope he has not left the country in If we can spend money on search-and-destroy missions in unionized white sanitation workers across the nation. Yet the

less capable hands . I don't think any of the primaries are Vietnam, we can also spend on search-and-employ programsat response of Mayor Henry Loeb has been nothing short of repressive
going to mean much any more. McCarthy and Kennedy now home, to recruit and train unemployed Americans good and racist. He has refused to recognize the existenceof
have nobody to oppose." Jobs.People the Union. He has turned a deaf ear to the demands of the
Commissioner Athalie Range: "I'm as surprised as could are always telling me that if the war ended, we could workers. And he has stood by while union leaders were ar-
be. I was planning to support Bob Kennedy and I hope the spend $30 billion a year to end poverty. But what guarantee Is rested and thrown in jail, and while the police attacked Negro
President's decision will help him. But we all need time to there that themoney would be spent on massive domestic programs strikers with billy clubs and mace.In .
reconstruct our thinking. it came as such a shock." ? The last time the government had a lot of unspent the face of such brutal resistance the will of many other
Irvine Spear, chairman of the Executive Committee of Dade money, in 1964, it decided to cut taxes and to let industry get groups would have been quickly broken; but in one of the inspiring

County: "Like everyone else, I see it a wide-open race now. tax credits on new machinery.So shows of unity and courage,the whole Negro commun-
We can expect a major national push for Humphrey in coming if the war ended tomorrow(as we all pray) that $30 billion ity of Memphis has ralliedbehind the embattled strikers. Daily:

months. . it definitely won't be left as a fight between Kennedyand might be spent on aid to the new government in Vietnam, more rallies and marches are held. Food and money are donated to
McCarthy. A third candidate at least,will have to emerge space programs, and a tax cut. Unless we move now to come help the workers take care of their families.And a boycott of

. if not Humphrey, then a major governor or senator." up with domestic programs to break the poverty barrier which downtown merchants and newspapers has resulted in a 40% decline -
Pat Thomas: "The President's bold and decisive action un- traps 30 million American citizens, we might find even less in business.

derscores his resolve to end the war in Vietnam even at the money available later. This is an Illustration of the real power of black people, and
expense of his own political career. His action will help to uni- If sensible steps are taken this nation can afford both its international an indication that one of the most effective ways of affirming
fy the nation.: commitments and a Domestic Marshall Plan for the their dignity and identity is by unifying behind and strugglingin
Among those from whom we must choose his successor are underprivileged, and it can also cut spending on what should behalf of the issues that affect them. But the strikers will

Senators, Eugene McCarthy, Robert Kennedy, Democrats; and be lower priority items. Austerity shouldn't mean placing the require more massive assistance if their struggle is to con-
Richard Nixon, Republican, and maybe Vice-PresidentHubert burden on those who can least afford it.And Vietnam shouldn'tmean tinue, for a t the moment they receive no more than $20 a weekto
Humphrey. the end of social progress at home. pay their rents and take care of their families II therefore

LIFE AND SYSTEMS ANALYSISThe America faces a real test here. It can exploit the poor and urgently appeal to anyone who reads this column to send finan-
the Negroes in the ghetto, making them pay for a war and a cial contributions now to COME (Committee On The Move for
Bible warns that "there are many devices in a man'sheart.1 gold crisis which are not of their doing, or it can clearly es- Equality), care of Clayborn Temple, 280 Hernando, Memphis,
Three thousand years after Solomon penned these tablish priorities to end the misery which stalks the city ..Tennessee, to pay their rents and take care of their famflies.LET'S .
words, America's systems analysts are apparently learningthe : streets.
profound truth of this statement. According to these same
analysts, they are being baffled in their efforts to adipt their
analyses to human affairs, above all to social change.
One of these experts, summing up a three-day Washington PUN PHUN NORMAN E. JONES
| Not since the reconstruction era has such confusion reigned
forum, says, "As we move closer and closer to human beings,
human life, and to its goals, we find that we are dealing progressively in Florida political circles, caused mainly by the resurgence
with more and more difficult problems." PHIL OSSOFER j of the Republican Party In the state in recent years.
The dominance of the for ninety
That Is, of course, the wonder of life. Not that it presents EGGSIZE TAXES .' i one-party system in Florida
: years with no competition in the elections placed all
many difficult problems, not that it is not easy of interpretation -
but that it is so infinitely rich and varied and individual- of the political campaigning in the Democratic primaries with
April 14, is Easter and April 15 Income Tax the winners in the
deadline. primaries "home free" without opposition
istic. To believe that such a phenomenon can be subject to the
cold and rigid rules of systems analysis is to forget most of wallet.On Sunday you get your faith lifted, on Monday it's your the in the general elections which were held just to conform with
what life has election laws.
taught us itself.
I predict that the government will subsidize heart trans- It was not necessary to campaign or to spend and money or
the most fascinating aspect of all is that, each hour of ,
the day, man's life is becoming less adaptable to rigid analy- plants so taxpayers can live longer and pay more taxes. effort when one did not have any opposition,so over the years,
sis, because it Is becoming progressively broader and deeperand Nothing is certain but death and taxes, soUncle Sam may after the Democratic primaries campaign organizations were
fuller. For even the humblest of citizens, life Is richer try to postpone the one in order to prolong the other. disbanded, Interest In politics dropped until thsnext primaries

r in challenge, in opportunity, in hope and promise than ever be- CAM-PAINS the electorate scarcely paid any attention to the November
fore in human history. A modern poet spoke of life as "an : general elections. What ever was done had to be done in the

eagle poised." Quite plainly this eagle has taken off and is flying We have a lot of Demo primaries, In a none-party syste m the"show" was over.
at heights and to regions undreamt-of but of few years the winners keep theirs. candidates this year. I hope There was no such thing as a state Democratic Party, the
back. If eliminate State Demo Party belonged to the governor and a few stalwarts
they the
1 There is not a single direction in man's concept of life and are elected will go clean to slinging this time,those who mostly perennial members of the legislature from the smaller
I of living that Is not exploding outward with the speed of a Washington I counties:: where once entrenched was most difficult or impos-

galaxy. in religion, in economics, In social relationships, in WHETHER REPORT: :.sible to dislodge this "political clique"became known as the
every conceivable aspect of life, wa are witnessing expansion "pork chop gang."

I of thought which points unerringly to a single fact, that Another hot summer like the lastone They openly and brazenly passed or killed legislation with
J I life, by its very nature, is infinitely broder than any limited, ready for a tall.I may mean we are I no consideration of public interest, they ran the state like they
t mortal sense of life has perceived. A true understanding of believe we'd cool off those hot would run their own cross roads stores, they made the whole
t existence reveals that life must be boundless. It would be let freedom reign. summers if we'd only I state of Florida their personal"plantation," with the people of"

, easier for a minnow to swallow the seven seas than for any A return to religion is the J Florida their serfs, indentured servants and "slaves.
. system to chart the infinite immensity of life. We've got to be come wholly holy.answer to our problems. The citizens of the state were helpless against this "political -
, Christian Science Monitor ( oligarchy' and their companions, the lobbyists for special
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This is the political season. The primaries are near. Preparations I r i CIVIL RIGHTS, BUT IT IS THE FOLKS 1' I
are being made for the general elections In November Y J BACK IN THE HOME DISTRICTS

Almost every citizen Is politically conscious.Some votersare THAT FLOOD CONGRESS WITH ,
now picking their candidates.Others have already done so.
This corner wants ittobe made: clear,unequivocally so, that
we are non-partisan in this column. We are not taking sides,
one way or the other, even though we are conscious that some f,
of the contestants in the political races are better than the ,
others, but we will not say which ones we prefer to be elected.We /
have been invited to the political meetings of several / ,
candidates, for United States senator;for county commissioners '
; for State legislators; and for school board members. But
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we are not going to pick any candidates in this column or in .EW ,
public speeches.The V
reason for taking this stand is because we have friendson I y:4ifl r
both sides of the political fences,and we do not want to lose
friends by taking sides. However, in the races for the State
legislature, the county commissioners, and members of the
school board, we would like to see a Negro In each of these / tr'
offices, since thee are not any now;and Negroes need representation : V/f:7
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will remain very difficult for Negroes to be accepted in s

certain fields of employment, because of race prejudice, let's IS BUT THE Q

face it.The COLLECTED RUINS tr ,,
pattern for the employment of Negroes inthe Miami OFTHE MORAL WRLO
area is well established. Those with college degrees will ob- -
tain school teaching jobs that require a college education. But /
most of the jobs that most unemployed Negroes will get will 'J'"
be in the menial service capacity.
Restaurants prefer Negroes as dish washers, pot scrubbers MARLOWE 1'o s
., kitchen moppers, and what is known as bus boys. That's
the pattern in the restaurant business. The better paying jobsof
waitresses, cooks, and waiters are reserved for the white Follow lead of NegroMILWAUKEE.

folk. That's the pattern. Can it be changed over night, not! Negro Mayors

The same principles apply in the offices of newspapers, insurance The metropolitan daily newspaper or
business, real estate, and other businesses in which "white press' must begin to follow the lead of the Negro
white collar jobs are the best jobs but they are for white folk, allblack
Will" Lack PowerIn press in covering the restricted ghetto or
except for the few token ones to make it look good. munity, Lawrence A. Still atopWashfngtonnewsmantoldthe
U want to find the most hypocrisy subterfuge make-
you Sigma: Delta Chi journalism fraternity conference here
believe, double-talk, look for it in the field of employment. It
CitiesAmerica's last weekend.
is here that the color question is most conspicuous. A white Big

Cuban, a Japanese, a European can arrive in the Miami area Still, deputy director of information for the National
today, and tomorrow he or she will be able to find a well-pay Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders and presidentof
ing job. But a Negro American is relegated to the menial, low- new Negro yors--such as those elect the Capital Press Club,was guest speaker at the SDX's5th
paying, worse working hours jobs.It ed in Cleveland and Gary--willfindtbey lack the power I regional conference of journalism students in the Holiday -

is different, however, for battlefield ." There you of former white mayors. Inn Midtown
find no discrimination. When a battle Is to be fought in Viet That's the prediction of two Columbia University so-.
Nam, the best qualified soldier is sent to the battleground, regardless clologlsts;:Frances: FQxPivenandRichardA,Cloward., The journalists were urged to cover more day-to-day 1
of his color Writing'in current Issue of The New Republic7''. activity of the Negro community Instead of only crisis
magazine, they say that the city Is the best hope for:a events in order to eliminate racial tensions.
place in which black Americans can assert themselves.'
However the metropolitan press was not expected to be
CAUSE But they add that Negro officials will face these grave
a community paper like the Negro press, the speaker emphasized
problems: ,' "You can't expect Negro publishers to help
nationality you
Insufficient taxes. When the Irish and other
This corner doubts that more demonstrations will help the
help them go out of business,' he added in explaining the
civil rights cause. In fact, we believe that more demonstrations groups came to power in the big cities the Federal specific needs for more cooperation between the weeklyand
Government was not taking nearly so much in taxes as
will worsen the Negro's chances for better conditions. daily media.Approximately.
In the white power structure, a large number of white businessmen It does now. Today,the cities get just seven per cent of
resent pressure from Negroes. Some of them are bitter the tax take; Washington gets two-thirds. 150 students from 22 colleges, includ-
against Negroes for the riots that cause"burn baby burn," "'Metropolitan government. Area wide or "metro! ing Marquette University, the University of Wiscosin,
even though it Is only a small percentage of Negroes who take governments may be voted in by white residents from Northwestern and Indiana Universities, attended the sessions
part in riots.A the suburbs and Inner: city to wrest political control addressed by publishers, government officials and

recent survey made by this writer shows that a large number from Negro officials. political candidates.Still .
of white businessmen could not care less about the Negro'splight .* Big corporations. These may get millions in Fed who spoke on The Media and Civil Disorders, told
; that they are willing to do nothing to improve the Ne eral aid to retrain black workers for higherpayingjobs. the journalism students that on the whole newspapers,
gro's economic condition. And those who think that they do not But, as the corporations, largely white-run and radio, and television have always attempted to do a good
need the Negro's patronage for their businesses, just don't white-controlled. get the funds, Negro businessmen job In covering riots, urban unrest and protest demonstrations
give a dime about Negroes.So White Unions and other Groups.Unions of city employees ,
in order to improve his conditions the Negro will have may be expected to obstruct the aims of black
officials. The Civil Disorders Commission report emphasizedthat
to depend more on persuasion, communication, and supplica
.* Federal aid programs. These may not reach the the media often exaggerated the"riot mood"and activity

tion.This writer admires Dr. Martin Luther King for his efforts very poorest of the poor in the big city slums.In and failed to adequately portray the level of grievances
to improve the Negro's condition in employment,housing,and their article In The New Republic, titled, "What and tensions leading up to the various outbreaks,
accommodations in public places. But we think that he should Chance for Black Power?" The professors say that the he said.
now declare a moratorium in demonstrations by large numbersof city Is the main hope .. but they are pessimistic that Still told the regional conference of students that although
Negroes.Dr. black residents can achieve power "in the faceo f the the Negro press, comprising some 152 weekly and

King's program for Washington, D. C. is a massive, continuing centralization of corporate and federal two daily newspapers, have been reporting grievances
militant demonstration of poor people's needs- the wiping out power over the city," among blacks for scores of years, no one appeared to have
of slums; the creation of jobs through government spending in The professors are sympathetic to Black Power been listening or paying any attention.
the rebuilding of cities; immediate guaranteed incomes; the "Whatever else may be said of its rhetoric -. the While the Negro press remains in business as a major
extension of medical services and equality education for every language of Violenc and the allusions to revolution protest voice of the Negroes, it should tnterested in
one; in effect, to spend the annual $70-billion alloted "for black powers by calling oa people to be, feel, think and having all elements of the "establishment' respond to
war," to insure that the poor break out of the cycle of povertyand act black, is fostering a new sense community in the' these grievances in order to prevent any violent outbreaks
discrimination that Negroes believe the system now imposes ghetto, especially among the young This is a hopeful Still said.
on them. trend," they write, "For solidarity is one prerequisiteto He addressed the group as a substitute for Al Spivak,
There nothing wrong with this program. But what is the best the political power without which the mass of black director of information for the NACCD. The spokesman
way to achieve the goal. Demonstrations or communicative poor cannot advance economically." emphasized that the Capital Press Club is the oldest organization
persuation? Let's find out. Professors Piven and Cloward say that much of what promoting the professional advancement of Negroes
Negroes have ,sought. the end visible signs of segregation in journalism and that there is need for more recruitment
ORCHIDS AND BOUTONNAIRS P- has been achieved. Yet,. still, "more than of Negroes in the field.
-, -- -- one half pf the black families in America have incomes Still also recently spoke on the media recommendations
of less than $5,000, and one in four subsists on less of the riot report before sociology students at Washington
than $3,000" University and KPRL-TV in St. Louis.
They add, "The violence in the cities is the responseof As deputy information director, he was on leave from
the black poor to their new social and economic con his post as chief of information service for the U. S. Em-
al dition, just as the civil rights protests were the response ployment S e r vie District of Columbia.Still is also instructor -
1 of the black middle class to their changing: conditionS in journalism at Howard University in Washing

1MR .a 1r!," '. .. "'.' ,:'LI rlt1 ., ton.

-.-HADLEY MISS WHITE DR. HAWKINS 'munity by his annual Easter Egg Hunt.
IJ Miss Marie White, assistant probation officer for the las t
1 13 years, for the wonderful job she is doing in the interest 01 f APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
Charles Hadley, the only Miami citizen I knowwbo can in a our youth.Dr. .
few minutes' notice summon a congressman,four county com Godfrey Hawkins, the personable exponent of first clas;S ,
missioners, two judges to his homo for a civic minded program citizenship without fanfare, for trying several years ago t o PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMITHE !
for the dedicated service he is rendering in the com- \have Negroes admitted to the University of Florida.

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Back in Manhattan, after relaxing in the warm tropical sun-

Miss Paula Wallace of Jamaica has returned to the Magic SPRING 1

City and her duties at the First National Bank. She is at the The Garden Club of Richmond Heights entered many " Ai" :
home of Miss Emmaline Butler. pests amidst the indescribable glories of new .. I
Home for the spring vacation and her birthday was Fran- of the President's law, Mrs. James (Alma) Crawford, .
green ''
cena Culmer a Junior at Fisk University Linda Crudup, a March 24, 4 to 6 p.m. at its first Complimentary Garden Tea xll4 ar.a
classmate of Yazoo, Mississippi, accompanied Francena home The hostess' home is truly a gardener's paradise. As the "
for her first trip to Miami. guests enjoyed an assortment of sweet delicacies, they admired ;7if1. : .
Lenten music recalling Christ's death on the cross and His the art of floral arrangements (live and artificial) dish '. .' :. '; ":>
resurrection on the first Easter morning is yours for this Sun- gardens, and tray are favored arrangements.Hanging baskets i ,w ,", bf
day, April 7, at the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation, 1835 could be viewed from the high spreading branches of the Ficus I
NW 54th Street, at 7:30: p.m. The St. Cecelia Choir will pre- Tree, and large plants for the porch or patio were displayedin 4 ,
sent a program of music from Master Oratorias and Cantatas. the patio and garden of the home. The array of flowering
Under the direction of Mr. Charles 0, Jones and Mr. Arthur trees such as .- the fluttering purple or white Bahinias (or-

Evans. chids) and vivid, bristly blossoms of the Bottle Brush were i :
Soloists will be Gloria Hepburn, Paulette Bartlett and Brenda lovely to behold. Golden Marigolds, waxy white Easter lilies,
McQueen, Sopranos; Baldwin Hepburn, tenor and Vernon Jack- varied live Gladiolas and Orchds added warmth and shimmer- r
son baritone. The presentation is open to the public. Ing beauty. ;

Congratulations to Edna M. DeVeaux for Among the delights of the afternoon was the rendition of .a !
being listed in Who's Who In Education." beautiful music from Hammond Organ which was played by Mr. -- - -- --

Among those attending the National Con- Elmo Sparks. The Shootes Trio, Allan, camille, and Eric did MR. & MRS. CLIFF BAKER
ference of Elementary Principals in Hous- their best on the piano and violins,and solos from Mrs. Wilma
ton, Texas are Mesdames Thena Crowder Rozler:: and Mrs. Howard (Rosolind) Roberson was a pleasureto Lamplighter Award
Elizabeth Pittman, Charlotte Ford Clarke, hear.
Friends of Raphu Williams are happy to to five delighted -
Door prize, flowers and plants, were
Cliff Baker and his Mrs. display fie"Lamplighter" /
see him at his desk at Booker T. Washington guest they were: Mrs. Morris(Gloria)Anderson, Mrs. Septuagenarian

.___ _after_._: a- thrjjw_.._: _: n.jk_: ___vfn' __hrldlmHos--u__ :<,;....." Lorenza ):Helen Kennedy,) Mrs. JohnWillie Mae) Smith, and officials of the Florida award which Memorial the College.couple received from

pita.Alpha Gamma Chapter Eta phi Beta Sorority Inc., is havingits Mrs.the Elvira interest Smith.t of personal is thehoIn beautifucation, it is the hone of The award is only given to contributors of over

Ho Bo Dance at Bayfront Park Auditorium, Friday April each member that every person in Richmond Heights will add $1000.00 J to the predominantly Negro four year liberal
5, from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. one specimen to his garden, park, church ground, or school arts college which opens its doors this September at
Verneka Silva, Baslleus of the local chapter of Sigma Gamma ground this coming year. its new site on LeJeune Road and NW ?156th Street
Rho Sorority, jetted to Greenville, S, C. to attend the South- The membership includes: Mesdames James (Alma)Craw-

eastern Regional Conference. ford, president, Arvis (Myrtle) Bethel, vice president,Claude
Mrs. J. Hartman: (Elmina Taylor spent the weekend in Nas- Chisholm
(Barbara) Miller, secretary, Grady (Katherine ,
sau.News treasurer, Herbert (Edna)A mmons,public relations,and sun-
has reached desk of the loss of Helen -
Just my tragic pL
shine chairman, Crispin (Ethel) Fife,JamesJenn)Henry,
Johnson McArthur in New York N. Y. Burial was in Madison, Woodrow
Oscar (Bethel) Jefferson, John (Kathleen) McCray,
Florida. (Kathleen) Franklin,Care(Wilhelmena) Rhetta, and Charles
Among those attending the funeral were Ola and Judy Carter -
(Anita) Gray. Member on leave Mrs. Jean Young
Mrs. Martha Kerson Anderson Johnson Mrs. Maude
The Richmond Heights Garden Club is launching its Clean
Johnson, Henry Kerson, joe Johnson,Elinor Johnson, Mr.and
Up Drive using "Let's Make Our Community Beautiful"as its
Mrs. Jones, W. J, Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. John Sands. :
motto. The Metro Waste Department is cooperating in this ef-
Carol Davis daughter of&r. Ira P. and Louise Davis' came
fort. Start now to clean up and beautify your home, and sur- r
home for spring vacation and to tell of her November mar-
rounding areas. Prizes will be awarded. More about this next .
riage to Mr. Alton Henly of Miami. :
week. .
s a f.I
Placile W. Hall Jetted to Newark, Wednesday to attend the Members of Bethel Baptist Church wish to thank each and
funeral of her sister, Mary Gauldln. everyone who took part in their Seasonal Fashion Tea, for
Friends of Garth C.Reeves are speeding Get Well Wishes"to making that event as successiul as it was. Special thanks 10
him at Christian Hospital where he is recuperating after the tailoring companies and dress shops that provided the fash-
leg surgery.
Spring is a time of new life and hope. As we come throughthe ions.Miami Killian's Baseball Schedule for the month of April: f

Lenten period of selt-evaluationandself-sacrUicere-11v- Friday, 4-5, Key West, at Key West, 8:00; Saturday, 4-6, Key ;.
ing with our Lord His great sacrifice for us, we find ourselves West, at Key West, 8:00; :Tuesday, 4-9, Mays, home, 3:30: ; u1t\1 (f i \( -
crying out, "O Lord, have mercy upon me a sinner." Then, Thursday, 4-11, Miami Beach, at Flamingo Park, 7:30 p.m.;
because of Calvary, we hear Him say, "Be of good cheer, thy Tuesday 4-16, Miami High, at Grapeland Park, 3:30: ; Friday,
sins be forgiven" Thus,with the apostle Paul we now can say 4-19, Edison, at Edison Center Park, 3:30.
"In the Cross of Christ Iglory." From the cross we go to the Frank C. Martin Elementary School Bulletin for the monthof ,,rff
open tomb and the Resurrected Lord and what a Joy it is to April: April 8 thru 12, spring recess, no pupils in school;
know, "Because He lives we shall live also." Increase in me April 15, end of spring recess,resume classes;April 16, par
day after day the desire to follow Thee to whatever place Thou ent school preference card to be filled out by any parent wishing
shalt lead me, until I stand before Thy Throne to behold Thy a preference for a particular school; April 22, Spring reg
glory as the risen Lord and praise Thee with saints and angels istration week
with an undying and perfect love. Hallelujah!
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Girl Scout volunteers will met at :
First Federal Bank- Community Room, Monday,Aprils, from I

4 p.m. to 5:30. Please plan to attend. (Leaders, Assistant I BRING RESULTS t \ ,
Leaders, Team, Service unitsStudygroups, Troop Committee

members). I L JYou'll
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Little- Carlyle Deborah Saunders, daughter of George and Frances t J

Saunders celebrated her ninth birthday with a party at her

Carol City home.
On Saturday, March 30, Rubie Lee Daniels and Tyrone A. "h Guess who's
Williams were married at the home of her parents, Mr. and I going to dinner? Af:

Mrs. Sammy T. Daniels, 1742' NW 51st Terrace. The cere- Or the Playhouse?
mony was performed Elder Ardie Smith.The bridegroomis
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Shadrach Williams of Opa-locka. You are! Lory's

Gloria Dykes was maid of honor. Shadrah Williams, Jr. was clever costume that
the best man. The couple will live in Opa-locka. love...
James Bender of Lake Helen, spent two days in Miami visit- yfs::.:.<: feels at homeanywhere. :

ing family and friends. ;i/ Chic littlet,1f" +

Girl Scout Troop282Juniors), ML@AntionetteWilcox, lead- dress with its own
er, won first prizes (best skit and largest number of guests) :.
in their activities program on Saturday, March 30. edi belted-front, fitted-back, '

The Christies' (Irwin and Joyce), held party at their South three-quarter coat with

Miami home in honor of Earl Carroll, Friday.March 29, wide revere collar. Whiteor
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t.,.\,' \ .\': IOralle Blossom State Cosmetologist's Convention 'I

I "Preparing for foundation breaking ceremonies for the night to end this event. The to represented.. The NBCL
for the future" is the themeof Research Center in Washington President of the United States is on the move TheState
the 29th Annual Conventionof Sunday, May 26, at 3:00: has been invited.There will be President and local Presidents I
the Orange Blossom State p.m. A Ground Breaking: newspaper, radio and televi- are urgingallcosmetologists -
IyB Cosmetologist's Association i I Banquet" will be held Sunday sion coverage. All states are to "Link up with us."
to be held in the Nora Mayo: '
auditorium in Winter Haven, :
BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING May 19-23 Mrs. Cathlean B. Aa
LINE-0-TYPE Ross, is state president.The .
spotlight will be on Mu Alf
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THE LITTLE RED BOOK; Daughters of Greater Miami Chapter of Theta Nu Sigma National
Temple of Elks No. 769 holding its 24th an- Sorority, May 19, 4:00 +f
niversary Ball Friday night at Community p.m., when they present their *:
Police Benevolent Association's hall on 17th first annual "Spring Enchant- '
Avenue . Dorsey Park recreation direc- ment" featuring hats for all '
tor and "czar' of Negro recreation in DadE occasions, shapes and colorsat V .
County Roderic Silva's sister seriously ill in tea time Mrs. Marion E. f" t j

Chicago . President Alfred Rambeau 1 Muldrow, of Miami, Basileus.
his Progressive 12 club held their monthly Highlights of the trade show
sale-party at the Charles (juanita) Moss and workshop will be the fab-

ulous hair style revue, coro-
home last week . Mays High adult center co-ordinator Carl nation of the State Queen and
W. Rhetta received master of education degree from University dance. The theme "Invitation
of Miami during UM's winter commencement exercises. toSummer," May 21, Mr.
D. A. Julius of Miami work-
and trade show adminis-
NOTES ONA NAPKIN:Opa-Iocka recreation director shop
trator Bessie Dix of
Lucas doing tremendous job with youth activities in his sec-, Mrs.
tor. The relationship between black and white toward com- Tampa chairman and Mrs. R.
munity support and participation deserves hurrahs .. Drug- Louise Bassey of Orlando
chairman of the artist bureau., .. ..
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gist Joseph Pettier and politico Charley Hadley to Nassau Wed- .1 r vI -
nesday ayem for observation into Bahamian politics . The May 22 the Annual Chosen:!I 1 KAPPA ALPHA PSI FRATERNITYThe
"50" and Presidents Banquet
Four Tops at the Diplomat hotel. also awards and presented to following Kappa men are making plans to entertain the friends of Kappa at

outstanding members of the the Black and white Ball April 26.
SALT WATER TAFFY: In Nassau last week for the Wilfred organization by the state The brothers are as follow Seated, 'left to rightFrank Jones, Homer Thompson,
Campbell Theodora Dean merger: Bloneva Monroe (Sidney president Mrs. Louise E. W, Burrows, Herbert Ammons, Robbie Wright, Tom Jones, Warren Lowe. Standing,
Poltier's aunt), Bobbie Thurston, Lorraine Puyol, the Atlas Dupree of Cocoa, chairman. first row: Irving Hendrix, Horace Martin, Lonnie Ross, Lewis Blake, Caleb Crosby,
(Yvonne) Turners and daughter Trenise ?A chic and tanta- On the national scene; The Kennedy Mumford, Robert Strapp, Alonzo Fannm. Second row, standing: James
lizing pair of Harlem cuties enroute to Nassau's Bay Street historical event in our organization Chambers, James Hart, Robert Seniors, Alphonso Burnside, Walter Anders, Ervie
for two days are Theresa Bennett-Kelly and Shirley White will be the ground- Wright, Donald Hollis, Samuel Johnson. Not shown are: Samuel Cleare, Arthur
(ym ym) . The Leon Tappins sporting a new Caddy. Coverson, C. Sullivan Culver, Freddie Davis, Oscar Edwards, Ranson Hill, Johnny

-I ' '';'' Jones, T. L. Lowrie, Ivan McCaskill, Douglas McKinnon, Dr. W. A. Patterson, Dorrin
r: : Rolle Bennie Samuel Isaiah and Frank Woodard.
THE WEEK'S WASH: Look for Bethune elementary school I, Taylor,
prof W. C. Cogdell to retire after school term's end in June
. The William(LillianjLongleys) have their 4th. It's a boy tt J'
William Jr., born March 13 in Mt Sinai Hosp. The Longleys :
other three are girls . It's a boy, Carl Edward (now 3 Mr. WaltersPROUDLY i
months old) for the Carl (Helen) Heasties of New York City.
Baby Charles' playmates are two older sisters. PRESENTS HISFashions

Annual Parades
SCRATCH MY BACK: TIMES managing editor Garth C. i
Reeves under-went minor surgery in Christian Memorial 1p;, Nf I
Tuesday ayem . The Doctors Hogan(Clarence and James)
only surviving aunt Mrs Maude Parker ailing with pneumoniain .1
Chicago's Billings hospital. ..Grand United Order of Pall-
bearers of America prexy and owner ofS( De's Funeral Home AT

of Ft Pierce, Albert T. Stone, funeralized last Tuesday. Continental Club ::1
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STUFF AND SUCH: Dr E, S. Shirley's diminutive office as- celebrated her fourth birthdaywith EASTER SUNDAY EVENING 6 P.M. TO 9 P.M. ALICE
sistant five-foot-tall Matt Wilson's hubby birthdayed April 1 a lawn party Sunday,given Head Stylist
. The James(Buster) Hoganshe's the MD; she's Idella her by her parents and attended FEATURING
Heastie the RN) are planning to build another tepee -. in an by 35 guests.
exclusive Northwest area . Show biz stars in Nassau: Ma- Among the numerous gifts Latest in ,
halla Jackson at Oak's Field Hanger . Louis Armstrong at was a round trip ticket to Los
paradise island Beach Hotel. .Sidney Poitier assisting with Angeles, Calif. In Los Angeles MOD FASHIONSand
the Pindling election. she will visit her aunt and
Michelle is the daughter of

SWEETS TREATS: Following a March 30 merger the Wil- Andrew and Barbara Houser
fred(Theodora)Campbells of Nassau are Miami honeymooners and granddaughter of Mr and DRESS CREATIONSBy
. Miles Gleen a 30-year absentee from Our Town will retire Mrs. Mose Russell.
from his Tuskegee post in another two years' time. Re-
cently down to visit his mother he'll return to Alabama leav- ART SHOW AND SALEOn Patricia's Inc.

ing Saturday ayem . Richard johnson Jr's dad Richard Sr
April 7,the Davie Volunteer ,
passed. THE NEW LOOK IN ",
Fire Dept., as a part o
their fund drive for 1968 will MEN'S FASHIONSBY 11.rJk .
sponsor an Art Show and sale :
MIAMI MUSINGS: Marie Kelly-Miller entertained friends in at the mArt Gallery Davie. ANN
Opa-locka last Saturday wecoming the visitation of her bro- 6430 Griffin Road. Secretary
ther Charles from Harlem . Gene Stridel the Diplomat This show will be open t<
Hotel's Tack Room. Napoleon Reed headlines Leon Schach- anyone in any of the Art media King Th"Tailor ,
ter's Yiddish-American Musical at Miami Beach's Cinema Entree fee for each artist will
(Washington Ave. at 12th) . Little Ivern Kennedy Sweetingour be 100. There will be a 209! I
( son) birthday party-ed (his seventh) Tuesday(April 2). commission collected on all WIG
sales. All interested parties
may contact Pat Bloomstine at
CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: The annual Retirement and In- the ID Art Gallery. All artists
stallation party of United Federation of Postal Clerks Local who plan to participate must By Mr. Walters
172, slated for the Algiers Hotel April 20 will see Opa-lockan be registered with the Caller y .y
Jim Lucas go in as recording secretary for the group. Lucas, by noon Friday, April 5,
a former chaplain and delegate, will be the first Tan memberto (Phone 587-6383.)
serve in this executive off ice,white-collar post in Dade Co. Plus a sensational show
. Negro candidates posted for election and re-election in .
the Dade County Classroom Teachers Association poll include
Thomasena Lindsey for secretary; for treasurer (unopposed)
John H. Plnckney; for director-at-large (unopposed) C.Sullivan -
Culver . Albertha Duncombe's birthday March 30 was F\ BePropeai Head-Lined By
honored with the presence of friends who showered her with
gifts in her home . Atlas Lodge of Elks No. 308 has yielded -
its 16th Terrace"Home"to urban renewal.Under the lead- !
ership of state prez W. 0. Perry and Exalted Ruler Herbert
Chisolm the Antlered Herd has purchased another"Rest'haven I1cIII. MR. PERCOLATORAND
along Northwest Seventh Avenue at 50th. "A dilly of a N W tL y 1114.NNq.11
dugout" the new building has a renovation and beautification 111M IF flits
program on the drawing boards . That's it brother, from INTRODUCING
your one-man-newspaper, who knows everybody and every- from 1 to 14
body's racket, but who has it that celebrants are still "basking The Swinging ReflectionsA
in the sunshine" of Lillian Johnson's smiles as an aftermathto PH. FR 9-4131
that Surprise Birthday Party swellegant she hosted In honorof 'Avt' MR. WALTERS' PRODUCTION IT'S GOT TO BE GOODI
r3 rH .:i' I' M ;
her hubby Albert Sr last Sunday night in their Richmond J "
Heights home. -o-i-,-,.--9"- }.,- -,O nmr". .!. ,

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Florida's first tele- Shaw, management consultant, feree Study Guides and Discussion NOW
vised course In supervisoryand Westport Conn. Joining to Leader Guides pre
management developmentwill sponsor the course are the pared in an action designed tc
be launched here April 30 American Society of Trainingand help students carryover SHOWING
over Educational Channels 2 Development, the Voca- course concepts into work sit
and 17. tional, Technical and Adult uations.
Entitled "Developing Com- Education Division,and the Instructional "Most supervisors and r,
munication Skills," the initial Television De- managers are familiar with THE :: III IIII II III'll Ill' N III III!
couse will be a six-week of- partment of Dade County the basic rules of communi- II I I! I II I\\\\
fering of half-hour telecasts Schools. cation and its Importance r tiiiia I I I I I I III d I
beamed at 4:15 p.m. over Discussion leaders will fol- explains Don McCullough, su- .r -.....-----. ,-ssr>...atlr..i Il III 9.." I
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Channel 2 and 7:30 p.m. over low up each telecast with hour- pervisor of Instructional TV. J I I I I Iq l
Channel 17 each Tuesday be- long discussion periods.$20 "The key question JJ J C[ I I I I
ginning April 30. registration fee per student do you improve these skills?
Instructor will be Malcom will include individual Con- That's the grass roots prob-
lem we'll tackle." EXPOSING ,ll H III i I ,
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NOW THE GROVE HAS communication the communication patterns process, resistance -, ItoHftGfldoltoSoup&jupcars bootleg Leoze businsu!

WHAT IT HAS ALWAYS WANTEDA to change, listening,
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PHOTO STUDIO OF ITS OWN skills. Specific attention will I
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to Identify secretarial
employe involved in

kt'I charges that the University of -". I .0 ,,f
Miami discriminates in its M '
A Q employment practices, Dr. ( ::4

Henry King Stanford presi-
dent of the university, denied
aw that there is any bias in em-

ployment there.A .
three-week investigationwas
launched into a charge bya
local employment agency
that an unidentified university -

professor was seeking "to s a
hire a non-Negro, non-Cuban,
non-Jewish secretary.
Dr. Stanford did not reveal T r+,
the of the involved
name professor t ;
in the charges, nor the
name of the department mEntioned -
in the"misunderstand
ing." "jlj; 'V" T
But Dr. Stanford said that At the official opening of the Leroy Col- group had officially endorsed former Gov.
the professor has denied that lins-For-Senate Headquarters on 2138 Bis- Leroy Collins and that they would use all
racial discrimination occuredin cayne Boulevard, the Space-Setters, a dy- their efforts to help him in his election.
his department, and said namic organization of young men dedicatedto Gov. Collins in meeting with the group
that infacf'thereareemploy- community and political service, met with expressed the opinion that it was this typeof
former Gov. Collins to their spirit and determination that would
THE RUDY JOHNSON TRIOI ed in his department two Leroy pledge help
Jewish secretaries,two Cuban help during his Senate Campaign him to win his election.
spent the last weekend in Nassau, and the pulse of the Ba- secretaries, two Jewish technicians The Space-Setters, headed by President The Space-Setters are well-known for
hamians Is focused on the coming elections.Everything now in and a Puerto Rico John Wilson, met with Gov.Collins and Dade their activity in community affairs and for

Nassau is politics, politics, politics. Since L. 0. PIndling, the technician and one Negro tech- County Campaign Co-ordinator, Dr. Joe their long hours of hard work for Commis-
Premier of the Bahamas, has been in office, the opposition nician in the past" Hall, to map out plans for the coming cam- sioner Athalie Range.Dr. .
party of the UBP is making an attempt to brainwash the votersof Dr. Stanford declared that, paign.
the is 1 and into believing that the present PLP regime has "I am forced to another conclusion The fast moving Space-Setters have won Joe Hall, after watching the Space-
fallen on its face. From what have seen in the past year, un- that the nonacademic the respect of the community for their hard Setters in action, stated, "This Is truly the
der the direction of the Premier, it seems that many things personnel office gave work and dedication to the candidates that Jet-age of politics and that lam glad to have
have turned out for the better and many things have been improved out wrong information..' they support. John Wilson stated that, the the Space-Setters on my team.

upon. .
The former Premier of the Bahamas, Sir Roland Symotte,
has brought forth a message to all thinking Bahamians. He begins -
his message by saying, "nothing ventured, nothing gain- NOW OPEN
Addams joins them Monday there. Go out and dig them . .
then will happen.But .
ed, and if we sit back and do nothing, nothing
Jimmie Jones and his "Cookie" married last
if we all Join the swing to the UBP, we can win, and win- were
Sunday. The wedding and beautiful reception were both well The Fox's Den
who want to enjoy
ning is vital to you,and all of the Bahamians
attened and the bride was lovely. We hope they will be very
livingjn the Bahamas. He talks about four important steps.
happy. ..Our friend Queen Marshall has been told by her doc-
and convince those
about the UBP
((1)) "Talk enthusiastically ,
tor that she can no longer work,so she would like to have iron- HOUSE BAND
around you we do have a good chance to win. ((2) "The campaign -
will ing at home. Her number is 751-3136 . our deepest sym-
needs money and those who are able to put money
pathy to the Williams Family (Bill, Ollie and Dwight) in the
have good insurance for the future. He says, "for your own
10th" and of loss of their mother. ..Heard that China Valles is hospitalised. FREDDIE SCOTTAND
sake vote for the UBP on April -
If this is true wish him
,we speedy recovery. Will let you
course, he is soliciting help of people to offer their help for
the candidates.For know how and where he is by the next writing . Par & Birdie HIS KINFOLKS
Club members on their way to Port St.Lucie for their annual WITH
can't to understand he
some reason or another, I seem ,
talks about the riots that have been in Antigua. I haven't heard golf tournament. . Speaking of golf, Leo Armbrister is now
the President of the Southeastern District of the United Golfers' Bennie Lattimore/
statements he
of any riots in Antigua. Perhaps ogeofthe true
Association. He attended the National
;has made is the quotation which he has taken from Richard meeting in Washingtonlast
week, and now has from Washington to Florida under his
bullda Thatis
Nixon who said, "Violence cannot better society.
about the truest thing I can understand in this whole situa- capable wings .Dennis Peak finally arrived. He has an "un- 5
happy" handicap of 2. .Nassau's Sonny Johnson and his Nights WeeklyWED.
tion. Of course, being an American, and not involved in Baha-
group are coming into Miami April 12 to do a recording on
mian politics, let's look and see what has happened in the past
year with the PLP being in power.First,it was said that if the Peanuts Taylors Tropical Label. . Speaking of Peanuts, he ., THURS. SUN.
will be Easter Weekend from
over his Drumbeat Club to dig the
Blacks have
rule the island,tourists would not come.Statistics
proven that they have had more than ever before. And what Supremes at the Eden Roc. .. Billy Wells' 9 piece band at the
about Industry? Foreign investors are moving into the Bahamian Fox's Den has some great sounds.. That is it for this week BAR OPEN MON. & TUES.
territory hand over first. And, of course, there is an-
ther important factor. The present government doesn't want to PEACEI!

have Income tax. It is not interested at present in its own independence -

and yet,Sir Roland states in his message that "we
are going to have Independence and taxation,continued violenceand
unpleasant living conditions if we don't something aboutit WORLD ACROSS FROM ., '
this time." It is only natural that when two parties are FAMOUS CONTINENTAL MR. WALTER'S

struggling for the power, that the statements made by these WIG SHOPPRESENTS
parties are what makes a good political campaign interesting.I 6000 NW 7th Ave.
don't know who is right and who is wrong, and I don't Intend -
to get involved picking sides,but from what I have seen
thus far, L. O. PIndling,the Premier of the Bahamas, has done tJsI

pretty damn well in the past year. All I can say is, it's their !
election, it's their country and I hope everybody wins.

VIP OF THE WEEK: Andy Anderson (Manager of Toby's)
wonder why Metropolitan Dade Transit Company with 44 Li ) "Perfect Image

beautiful air-conditioned busses on all lines, always takes a of James Brown"
bus from the lines that come to Liberty City(No. 4 and 21)
when one of the busses on other lines break down? Is It that we LOVELL HARDY
don't matter to the point that everyone else's comfort means
more than ours in this area? U a bus breaks down on ##99 let PLUS
that bus line be without an air conditioned bus until it is repaired -

. with apologies ANYONE WHO HAS TO RIDE IT, 'j.( r a THE MARVELS

regardless of who it is . < 1 ;' .

While we are picking folk apart, we ought to talk about the ,g r'4 ,
new law that is on the floor about lowering the age limit to 18 d
for purchasing alcoholic beverages(beer only).Well,the legal
age in Nassau is 16, and they don't have half the problems we * *
have in clubs, in the street,and elsewhere. Their delinquencyrate
is practically nil. The feeling is the same about integra- h'I LITTLE BEAVER
tion. It is not that you are going the places you are fighting to

go, it is that you want to be able to go IF YOU WANT TO. U it 4S * *
is made available to these fellows and young women who are
old enough to fight for their country,they will not desire it as
much, nor will they take advantage of it,because 1 ij is there for I\
them, and not a temptation to "do wrong." .. .ior put something | WILLIAM'S
over on somebody . I would like to know how others
feel about this. Write me. Matinee 6:00: p. m. Adm. $1 before 8 p. m. CONTINENTAL M8htY|

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: You couldn't get near the Island Bobby Marshall, M. C. Vanilla Williams, D. J.
Club at 10:00 Sunday night. Clyde Killens' Knight In Nas- DANCERS Rocketeers

sau was something else . as usual. . The RudyJohnsonTrio

is at the Traveler's Loung. They are a swinging group . . ,
. . and Just to make it really a swinging time for all, Jeff < ,. ". .-" r . ." c c. .", . > -

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"Concentration Camp" Atmosphere POET'S CORNERBy

Eliminated At Youth HallDr. CAUSE YOU'RE NOT BLACK I THANK YOU . ;..

We're we're black want the From to ;;
proud Just right poetry politics
John M. Presley,head ofMetro's
creating vocational and craft He predicted that"in less than
to be free men, that's why we fight, Is really quite a treat, t'':
Department of Youth classes
for youngsters. three months" under the new
why we despise the white man so. and I was not presumptuous"yA:',>
Service, unveiled Sunday a "Even at Raiford they have program most of the children .
your skin's not black, how can you know? so victory was sweet. '
major program to eliminatethe workshops for the inmates. will no longer have to be lock-
Yes politics and poetry
"concentration camp" atmosphere We've been cooping these kids ed up.
Oh sure, we know some sumpathize often go hand-in-hand,
at Youth Hall. for 15 with officers
up years nothingtodo. Youth Hall began
and try their best to realize for both have rules and consequence
"We are reforming Youth Without the aid of to all
our Monday screen young-
how must feel .
we day-after-say; that one must understand.There's
Hall starting Monday'Dr. volunteer programs, Youth sters referred to the center in
our only rights -- we still can
pray. good and bad in both these fields,
Presley said to more than 150 Hall would be similar to a con an effort to decrease the num
volunteer workers attendingan centration ber of children i in the the rules are strict you see
amp, Dr.Pres- overcrowded -
Come live with we'll skin
at the us, dye your and to yourself one must be true
open-house county's ley added. home.
so you can feel the white man's sin, for life is poetry.
detention center for young- "Youth Hall is not a punish- Dr. Presley said the deten- and see there's no equality
sters awaiting hearings in Juvenile ment; it's not a zoo; and I'm tion hall is for only those
that's about for and
preached me.
you To voters who elected me,
Court. not interested in running a Jail. youths who would harm them-
Presley said the new pro- "We need to get rid of these selves or others if not in custody my gratitude is tall; 7"
On your dyed skin you'll sense our fate, and humbly I want to thank'J .
gram will include taking the cells for every child. There's or who would not other-
the lashes of the white man's hate; the greatest Poet of all.
heavy locks off the doors of something depressing about wise appear for their hearingin
but, even then, when you go backyou'll Gene Griener
the children's rooms, eliminating locking a child in a cell with Juvenile court.
still not know -- 'cause you're not black.
staff "officer and nothing to sit on but the floor." The 137 now in Youth Hall
do not fit into that category,he

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typist, GS-2 and GS-3, $4108

Commissioners, James E. Huger, Daytona Beach, and $4466 a year, Office Aid,
and Athalie Range, Miami, perhaps "Florida's finest"in GS-1, GS-2 and GS-3, $3776,
$4108, and $4466 a
government, are shown together in a rare meeting year.
Applications will be
during Honors Convocation Celebration @@@rIDwq
a at until April 22, 1968, and
Cookman College. Commissioner Range was in Daytona should be sent to the Inter- lt1i
Beach ;le) "::1.1-: .fIII:f.'
to receive a plaque for outstanding services agency Board of U. S. Civil "
rendered in local government. Both won landslide vic- Service Examiners for
tories in their respective bids to be elected and each Florida, 123 South Court A venue fOES
has been commended for performing outstanding duties. Orlando, Florida 32801.


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. Unusual Driver Safety, Education Film Introduced Rv Tim fnrn-fnln Co. !
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NEW YORK.-An important "Pit-Stop" represents a Commenting on the Com ial'
Defensive Driving Courses ThiS' full-color 'movie, in high schools exclusively
milestone In the develop- unique approach to sa f e driv- pany's sponsorship of this for our employees, and Bot- shown for the first time at a through the sponsorship of
ment of safe skills ing instruction. It relates the program, James F. Williams,
driving I
tlers of
Colahave in
C o c a- conducted special press screening Coca-Cola Bottlers across the
among the nation's teenagerswas safety skills of world famous vice president and manager, special driver trainingfor New York City, was producedby nation.
reached today with the racing drivers as seen in Advertising and Sales Promo- route salesmen for many Coca-Cola USA, a divisionof The film was also shot in cooperation
premiere of championship competition to tion Department, CocaColaUSA
"Pit-Stop, a 30- years. the Coca-Cola Company, in with the National Hot
minute Driver Education film proper driving techniques for said: "The Coca-Cola the
cooperation with National Rod Association, the National
soon to be available for use In every-day motoring. The film Company has long had an Intense "We certainly share with Education Association, their Association for Stock Car Auto
the nation's 24,000 secondary consists entirely of original Interest, not only in everyone the hope that today'syoung Na tional commission on Racing, the Sports Car club of
schools. footage with a special music the young people of the nation, drivers will become the Safety Education, and Peter- America, the United States
score, all designed to appeal to but in safe driving as well.We safest drivers the nation has sen Publications. It will Auto Club, and the AmericanHot
today's youth. have recently completed spec ever known. be available this Fall for use Rod Association.wum .
Culmer CenterNews
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Through the Joint efforts of
the Culmer NeighborhoodCenter
and the Douglas Ele- o
mentary School, a project was I
launched and spearheaded by
the Center Director, Mr, Ar-
thur H. King, to honor three

young boys, Allen Fortune, 14,
Jerome Carr, 11,and R ob e r t

Hunter, 10, who are to be remembered , k., ..
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The Recognition Ceremonywas 77 ,
held at Douglas Elemen-
tary School on March 28, at 'Big Man' look for smart COMP.
2:30 p.m.,with the cooperationof ''young men.' Great value -- 39 V
the Principal, Mrs.Dorothy in durable rayon/acetate. i4LVE,
Wiggins Adside and her staff.Many s r Popular 2-button i Ivy stylingccotton er.solt
dignitaries were a in latest fashion shades. k woshabl 1: rayon. WOMEN ACETATE

present, includlngMayor_ ;:, Even has matching puff n'ochjne ,.r.,* BRIEFS
Chuclc Hall, Chief of Police hankie at no extras cost! ;; ,
Walter E. Headley,capt.L. R. Handsomely tailored, ,longwearing
Joffre, representing Sheriff 4A&-: ; \ full cut for com
Purdy, Miss Lois Taylor, Di- fort. Sizes: 6H2. PERMANENT 4 PRo $1

rector of Elementary Schools, ; .;nab | PRESS SLACKS MYSf
South Central District, and FOR FASHIONABLESHARKSKIN
Mr. Robert Little, Head visit-
SIZE 5-6.7
Ing teacher,South Central dis- iLITTLE BOYS

Through the efforts of the
community, Culmer Neigh- s
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borhood Center, and the Doug
las Elementary School, these
boys were presented many NeU1Sprlng 77 BUBBLE
which included three Little boys'perma
fgifts, Fashion Hit! nent-press slacks FOR KIDS
beautiful plaques for bravery
in black,
from the staff of the Culmer come
Center, membership of $30 to, wemfs. 2-PC. loden Shrinkage and navy.cons 27 II-
each boy into the Culmer Fed- SPIllS SKIRT SUIT trolled. 3-7.
eral Credit Union, which was <
made possible by citizens of
the community, 501 Block
Club, and Mayor Chuck Hall. 357
Three new suits of clothes
were given by Lee's Depart-
ment Store, N. W. 3rd Avenue MEN'S IRREG.Lined .
and 10th St.Three metals for
longsleeve "boy"locket SHIRTSDISKAY
bravery 1968" were presented -
I with matching
from the school and teams
pin- .
skirt. Side nylon zipper.
ned on by their present or for-
different styles tochoose
mer teachers. Four 9 9
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\.: Mood,""Bon-Bon, "RoseDelight"
mented with a ''* \ "
program pre- : and"Polka Dot.
ented the school's Gui- \; '
by \, \ 100% cotton print shark-
dance Committee and Special'
skin fabric.
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MIAMI TIMES. Friday, April' ;:W 8 15

Senior Citizens Fight For Lo,wCr Bus Fareslate

Dade senior citizen groups about lower bus fares during a petition within the next WORLD CONTINENTAL MR.ACROSS WALTER'S FROM
plan a pressure campaign on off hours for the 65 and older two weeks to point out their FAMOUS
County Commission incurn- set strength and their need for the WIG SHOP
bents and hopefuls to bring Senior groups plan to clrcu- lower fares. 6000 NW 7th Ave.

They've won support of the
newly-formed "Better South Thursday Night Only April 11

. Florida" Committee which is
Round About I
made up of labor and manage
. ment in the building industry, BETTY
... .. conducting a public information

TalkBY / I ,. and "Get Out An Informed ''SWAN
Yo Vote" campaign in the f
JIMMY "SCQQP" BETHEL I:' present election. "MAKE YOURS"
"We hope to get at least 10-,
-- NEW YORK 000 signatures present to 1' "I'M FALLING IN LOVE'

NATIONAL REVIEW. . The shockerl! President Lyndon the Commission candidates," w +; FEATURING 2 BIG BANDS
BJohnson'sSunday night TV (March 31)) chatter, "I shall not said Max Serchuk,president of '
seek and I will not accept the nomination of my party for an- the Dade County'Council for ; BETTYE SWANN'S BAND
other term as your president." LBJ asked all Americans to Senior Citizens. AND FRANK WilliAMS' ROCKETEERS

guard against devisiveness... The question??? Where does Bus fares in Dade Countyare II PIECE BAND
Vice President Hubert. Humphry stand now?Will he get now 20 cents per ride.The
in the presidential race? NY Senator Robert Kennedy (Dem.) senior citizens are seeking a
and Richard Nixon both candidates for the Presidency seemed reduced fare of ten cents per P
very happy about LBJ's announcement . Mean-time Sen. ride during the off hours of 10 .
Eugene McCarthy declared he will stay in the running, so that a.m. to 4 p.m.and from 7 p.m. .,
the people can have a freedom of choice . NY Gov. Rockefeller to midnight.
may re-decide to become a candidate, now that LBJ is Serchuk said Metro ougnt to BETTY SWANN a I
quitting . be able to allow the fare reduction PLUS "
since buses are inlimited -
POLICE ARMS RACE BREEDING FEAR . According to use but still running duringthe TheProfessionals '
the charges of Rep. John M. Murphy' (D-S.l-Brooklyn) Sun- off hours. x I
day at the Waldorf-Astoria (police Dept. Holy Name Society "The reduced fare would I
Breakfast) The stockpiling of weapons by police departmentsacross put more people on the buses
the nation "can only Intensify the fear in the nation's during these slack hours and DIRECT FROM DETROIT'
cities." Referring to the tanks, mace, grenade,launchers and mean more Income for the
machine guns being gathered.He said:"These are not weaponsof Metro Transit Authority," he 2 SHOWS ,
law enforcements of destruction. : \
; they are weapons mass
National Guard units are being drilled in guerrilla warfare said.The majority of senior citizens 12:30&2:30: d
tactics for use in our own cities" are in a fixed low income '
Bobby Marshall, M. C. .'" _ _
FLORIDIANS AROUND NEW YORK. ..Donald Sands arriv- bracket and such a reduction S
ing in New York March 25, (By Jet Eastern via Kennedy Air- would mean oldsters would be Vanilla Williams, D. J. 4 SI Si
port) from Miami where he buried his grandmother, Mrs. able to ride the buses more I
Doris'Brown Ward. He sends glad tidings toM. R. Rahming's often, and during slack times, __ 1
Funeral Home and St. Mary's M.Church . Agatha Sands leaving more room for regular _
(Simmons) address; 167-28-109 Ave., Jamaica NY, (11433) fares during peak periods,
Looking good . March 30 was a moving around day . he said.A .
George Wilkerson invited all the home boysupto his fabulous fare reduction for seniors THE PROFESSIONALSMR.

pad for some soul food. (Pigeon peas, king fish, conch salad, would not mean any kind WALTERS PRESENTSHIS
etc.) . Maner Small(Mattie Cohen's daughter) and Peter of a tax increase, he pointedout
Jones got married in Trenton, N. J., March 30 . Nurecine since the MTA is not tax ANNUAL FASHION SHOW
Clark (The Moses Williams' daughter) and Coils Carswell's supported but operated by the
wedding a success, Spring Valley, N. Y. .. Amanda Middle- fare box.Similar. SUN DAY, APRIL 14, 1968 From 6 to 9 p.m.
ton Lewis 46 St. Edwards PI. Brooklyn,send greetings to her fare reductions
sister, Lillie Mae Lewis of 131 Cole man St.Fort Lauderdale. have been granted in such AT THE CONTINENTAL CLUB
cities as Detroit, Clevelandand
Des Moines he added.
Pisgah SDA Church choose(three lovely teen girls) Miss Mar- ,
"It seems valid that we \
lene Bowles, 16, Miss Martha Reed, 15, and Miss Adelle
should at least be given a test
Humes Bethel (Carol City) to attend the "YouthCongress" in
period to show that more peo-
11. . Mrs. Jones 1521 NW
Atlanta, Georgia April Margaret ple would ride and that both
69th Ter., on the sick list. . James Brown(No. 1 Soulman) senior citizens and the MTA
with four records in the "Top 20,(1 Can't Stand It, I Got That
would benefit from the
Feeling, There Was A Time,Cold Sweat)." ? Aretha Frank gram. NEW CARFINANCING
lin's (She's No. 1 Soulwoman) four in the top 20 are ( Since
You've Been Gone, Chain of Fools, Ain't No Way, End of The "We want the Commission
Road) . Fred Veasy dedicates Otis Redding's "The Dockof Candidates to know what our
the Bay" to Claudia Holland of 424 NW 7th Ave.. Ft. Lauderdale ,. people want," Serchuk said,"
. Etta James' "Tell Mama,"Delfonics, "La La MeansI and to know that they'll win or
Love You," and "The Impossible Dream"(The Hesitations). lose our endorsement on the
Scoop Bethel saying; time and tide wait for no man: C-U-NX- basis of how they react to our
WK. needs.

I Council Launches Alcoholic Fund DriveA I

drive to put Dade Countyin dustrial hangover in Dade leaders, asking for support of
the forefront of U. S. Com County, and we hope to take the plan to bring here,for full
munities dealing with alcoholism major steps toward curing that time employment with the non- % :. "
the third ranking public hangover with a comprehensive paid council, one of the na-
health problem in the nation, program that will cost us tion's foremost men in the 41/2 ; (. '.
was launched this week in the only the merest fraction of that field of alcoholic rehabilita H:: ,1/;
amount" Guthrie added. Goal .
office of Metro Mayor Chuck tion.Guthrie
Hall. for the fund drive is $33,000for noted that the council
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In a proclamation, taking the first year. plans are being developedin ;
note of the fact that there are The Council's primary goalis cooperation with the State S
an estimated 40,000 alcoholics to coordinate the efforts of Alcoholic Rehabilitation Program
in Dade County alone, Mayor all groups, agencies and individuals members of Alcoholics
Hall urged that the commun- interested in this Anonymous, and all other individuals
ity get behind the efforts of the problem and to provide a broad and groups interested -
recently organized Dade community educational program in helping alcoholics.
County Council on Alcoholismin on alcoholism. Also present for the launch
its April.and May fund drive. Council members will be ing of the drive was Council
Alcoholism Council President available to speak to civic Vice President, Gordon Boul-
Lewis Guthrie, local groups and other clubs during ton, Vice President of Boul-
branch manager of IBM, who April and May to explain the ton Insurance Agency, and
heads the group of volunteer Council's aims and will call on several other Council members -
citizens making up the coun- Dade industrial and business .

cil, said "It will be our aim .
in the next two months bring

deal about with a coordinated this serious effort illness to, Lincoln is; YOUR Bank. Use it!

which is costing untold damageto
human lives and also cost-
Ing Dade County business and

Industry a estimated$13 million IMPALA $ 498 r1 LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK

"We're suffering a" $13 million OF MIAMI
businesses and in-
APRIL ONLY First fully integrated bank in the entire SoullrtQJI-
J right,,, In the Edison Financial Center
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ROCHESTER, N.Y.-Spec- & .. . 'M. YO.. ..'lID''''' LEAGUE

ial educational and on-the-job *S4 wa.w/werow '

training programs at Eastman '. . GDtaNN/tTl' itRr1k ,....,_.
Kodak to 'f Ilareh 2e. 19bg q'r' r .... ............
Company help people , tW7f 7Df a......
from Rochester's inner city ;' ILORIDa 11q0177_1Nt,
have shown encouraging results hi .. wr.fI ....

the company reported. ,:F" Q 11eIl.. Iteote.t ....10' .,MIY.NIuL : '
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More than 500 men and wo- 1 I MS rspiahed Np1pTNnt rtnast7 t0 52 pool
r /t'e
men, many of them lacking in ai /gpVl..11.'ii1.r'1an. Tound ,};i .......-._
education and industrial .
l.... ,' wriq"nirN: .Nr. Certb
skills, have been enrolled in fitsS ....1em.nt OOntaseu. : t ;.p.+ rnn..r'wr? N... .14.w.... tditor .. ,
stduoees -r. ; 66f0 .. I
special Kodak classes since v s Orm.tlon brde / allsblto _. M..a1r W u. AwDll ,
u it rill hoot "...... 11orlds 33147 '
the.first. experimental preap- -'. th1o1Ki asssed ral 1 D.., ',. '
or Hr.
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prentice training course was .eep rD the .: 1NPA Oote- _. .

established in 1964.About st eM reoenttNN: t.. :,-. 01 do .......It 01 tb.Arrlr boerdr ,
e1 t'.
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twothirds of the enrollees .'. '. ,1 =t:::::.._ ....M .... ......._......:a_.._..._.. cailiof ,

successfully completethe :". . N ::awr.:::::: tleld1ybeTt _. oo..u.ltr .. _1rlalw..... .to A the... ,

courses. ; 11. ffirD 1::::. I- ... _.,. b,
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programs r. le.
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tor .,. 6530 IN :: ...... aegy _ticosl .;
of Industrial relations. Co" ...... 1lorids 331M'r :::: ::::::: flaDr.1rr, t

"We have achieved encouraging (;" :",. ', _:::.:._:::::._... ..\iv ,

results especially in ;l, '.1o..h f' ;'.,\\ - _. (///t4Z."-, ..,"

terms of our ability to help :. .,[' '::-:'r:: :_::::- CRfArQ ML1N2 .....Nr.. .Meid.ett.... "I,,
largely unskilled to .. '
persons r. -- .,. "
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quality for useful Jobs at ." ,' :, ; 'iI\1fi ;
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"We intend to continue and Y. ; F"rr :

to modify these as .. '-
programs '91 --
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required to fit our employmentneeds .. Y Ib
," said Dill. .4.. -'..,;'11'! '. .

In 1968 he said the ,:; jlr' .,. .",'..;. SOUTH rLONIDA coUNCIL.MERIC.. N
com- ..". , ...... "
to ." - ..nt :;r ,i BOV' /? P+7
pany expects approxi- Iri\ N.''' N.v. .... omje fdltoe '" .... __...... M 64l-Q..0
mately the same number of ',.':i:3r:\1'', i. t1Orlde f11q A :, ;.;. ad- :/10/1"' Deee ii-61lO.r Srewere
trainess as last year, when :;:', ,\;; .... Hr. _. ". ,/ Count**

more than 200 persons were ,.', C.I,''' 0," " ... f
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employed specifically for the ;: ... -
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company's special training "-.. be u... :: I.. ... rbet .1" "'
to ..... CUr More .,,.. .'::1 ;::t ; !
programs. Of this total, more j .. .. ... of : ,,,,i,
{,t' .t..1{ .. A ht1111ebea M ..tbe. t.." .... I.' 5 =,r\w-- 1 ..,
than half needed help in read- : rt"i : teot. K "..... " f ,. _c.
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simple Mr Ed\tOf'
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their basic !
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ytn111eentlpt.YcutW ""
communications skills. :j "}; ft 1"- Mlaml. 9Ttor ,
Dill emphasized that :,.:::-. $1- \ : ; .'-''. !:
Kodak's efforts to provide ";.ll'.J'. ".0 7I(1' rd1TI'I' .".,..'L, Oo'N'd'''' ..-_(
= -
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useful :
for ;
Jobs minority group ? ; ;"'" ..... 1 .... .- ytmos.u '" tfeaute1A rA

persons are not limited to the .....". "' ;",fir' ".. ..... ... : '" ... E': 'S l tti_. .rr.d...N.arld.. +.ooon'IPt 9ty Pr -._. pDlgr etutetlonel ,.ti 1t'rww
ipllclt '" uP ,
hiring of those with minimal "t'acc polrlttnp sOatlnC to
?. 'I. ;'j.-= cO on whet
qualifications. .. I Pope 1110 0III't 4 .M _brtl.n for
i. mi-: Soar ., : our
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the number r
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new employees from minority --.. -.. ...- 0 f .
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groups who are placed directly ........, St
in regular Jobs, ranging la.m.+elereaaM gawr P-
from entry-level positions to !.;i-; pull H. _. ....

those degrees i1M ,e ar _hell Louth.w .
requiring college l? er U. scout
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is substantially greater .

than the number or such per- wFrtlt -:

sons placed in special train-
4i -. = DHw/ml
.. 00
ing programs," he said. ;:..
: ... \==-
"Last year, about 10 per n. :;:s-

cent of new Kodak employees .. -' or .. .. !i15.
: ,
die ..
in Rochester were minority ...i.... ,i-..II"-. -. ... .. I.'"' .pael :::_
....: tn.a1.6 ,rsx.
group persons. Such personsnow -' .. ose a,

number over 1,800 In our 11 '' ... q w and-b :::=.. .l'td w r .. ar.wtls. ...._... ..
Rochester operations alone, rellmtttM wlal9l 1 =L.,."....-"-"'-. IQUAL
.. '
...- to t
a net Increase of about 400 r.' OPPOR ..
ltt+e a .:-- ;
.wt. 11
... >Z .. of. ... IM"LOYMINT"M' t
Mttaltt ..
over last Dill said. t : ::. :ehlte-e9tr/td -. ..
year, ; u4 d estate. h ::::':::::::_"'- -.."" J
Although some of those who ,. to Pu ttw rr-NN/ .
U.'f. .-_-- /
Raolw/a .
become trainees apply directly DADE: mau

to the company for Jobs, ;,.' _cp-- .-.u COUNTY FLORIDA ri

most referred 'I lleee, Qetfte "rN r7z:w,.-"
are .
through "..- ...
Rochester Jobs, Inc. (RJI), a .. _, ::'o'-=.." :.,:;,.:.:-. __....

community-wide organizationthat : :.Nww\'.':':'.. ..... ..... ". ""
S ::... .:.: Art.. .. Lr1 I
Kodak helped to establish N... "
a to :,=,: :-' -w .. D eryt -.. i
year ago findemploymentfor ::"' :? ... ...
this city's hard-core job- .' =W"LN z..
"-"... OS,. .. ..
less Dill said. .. .: i&dlfl..1 Jlcnlb .....-rr-w.r..._ q U" '_
people, Applicants . . A -. ...... '

are referred to RJI by ,. "; ..MIAMI wfww .l/eLIeN I.e CO .1 ryeRwlD//ONT."_. :;:wwNr.\.\, :::: MIlD / ,
w./.lffw ,
Mlww !
lOw/pa wrwww mod'
some 20 cooperating social NcMM.LN OSrOl.twwn.cone OOet-.111 .w\N. u-\W ar'tht
A\ -rf-.N/
and community action agen- ,'. -wNNtirAlr NoR' ::::':,.: : -.....

cies in the city.In .;, : -....

addition to these efforts, 'i.-f<.. Garth ....,. n."f.;

Kodak last . the NiMlt TiM all the
year began a pro- .
'': 6330 I* IS .... ..
of .. :::s: :i:-L..II:
gram sending interviewersinto "..... Florid. : :::
the .. ::.::;:::--.-. -....
city's neighborhoods .
poorer ...
"... Garth. Co-di-7. ,
in order to encour- !:': _
:. :: : _' 4 .. ,

age unemployed persons toap- .; ;:: :;: ..... """'"'4 <

ply for Jobs,he said. r Your ........ iu..,-... job :.w.w.. ....... .::-:::,=..=,.. .-. .. "too j '"

: to 1* extreme ly w don and =NN.N ... .0t s...tor S
should : .nINIt
', { fifing .Dlr. the .. * long Jtarty Carp
., probl i of 1...0 ray -- -. .
Y 1. .'. .' amp Oyalent. :::: w..j, .

button toT ijoprSr!? _....d for this valu.M. cootrtMtth :::::.'"**'*!"?::'..wn.r.F..-4.lll.rr. / f r

LET THE HANDICAPSell ::'::.7". ...... 'It11

Utt r'9.r
and Serviceall "=.:.:.::::::I::.Nrry .'
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of your appliancesand ',.. J.t J/'

televisions.Free ) ---
C" /.Lb. :wlrfN'N I ;'Iit.
Pick Up .-LN.\.- ..............-.....Yrf.. .;M\If. Nr...: '.::::: ::::/: "'-, .
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And Delivery ''p3t: '"...." ..-."" "sea . ...-..'fa.-r.w.T .-......_.. .-...-...... ....... .. .: :.:.=..: 'yII. ;
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--''"'"" ,," , , 't tRLSOLtTTI \I' 10,,,:' "I"-" ,,''j - -
,, :
1t r :' f. J ', "" ,....Ir."' '" ,:, lc .1
.." *,1.. """, : : : Limitations

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0 for
. Sought
r ..
,,,, ..0. 39519 ..... ,, ., 4- -=; .. .ftt.ff4.

'''''' e- .\..
"N.. ITS F" .. ;? '": .
FOR : ::
.stt"" 011'ME:1: / ... TItBC pQ't1'1UD 0., Model CityNEW
"" ",' 'tr .,,,,, : ", :0'n
,.".'. tBuu.SVYpLfM'' .:1T OFlS 1 968 w'.4 '\"." n" \ / !.' h.. ........ t.e, '''' r
M =
: \ rT ." = S
SPgCIALr oA"t" ""ti I,1\" 0.bTT .
A : rrjwsfT
.. }./\ y !!
... CITY CI' ritgSOLVEa ., : ':, efw.w"..._
OP TItB w/r +1 ..
-h-- \\Ii' ORLEANS. -A major
tSY ,1 fIt" lie"" u, I,wMss

.. / Nwe1rUpRiDAI :'...,;. 'i i iM' Lic objective o f the Model Cities

.n d tM Miami "y program, namely the creationof
Reeves ,
.rth e. tM .,
. 0 ontribution I for
t opportunities ghetto
t ,... .. '
1Ta .. t said .. ...... 1\\'. t: f! ,
nt Of 7h. " r will be subverted if
"heed ou9plem Thr tdlar ','. residents,
M o" eQeolai .... Y" .
.r of a '. "
psp in tM torm daNd March ...'". 1munitY 968. .'. Ilo.1 IS" ,_ t restrictive proposals now be-

title "YR..AgS3" or 7+.r0h, 1968neMp .... '* ing considered by the building
en d Y A"v.a
-per .-TEI> this 21st ly" trades unions construction

T AsSF9 AND IW"" _I IS.ra/Idb. ... t1 It ra11d .. ... contractors and involved Fed-
...,.. v..ei f1 .. b .
... ppi .e lOF .
A ..... h m'at. It .. OOIt" e1 ... eral agencies are adopted,
P1ARIDA ) G. and! e1 by tars my.ri:. tMt rouldr.e, ,.......... ;
STATS Cwlpraala .. Mt It lacavNTY t Herbert Hill, NAACP labor director

or M>. c lea, an e rlae ..."....... .k { charges in an address

) of the here Saturday March 30.
CI'' MlAMI COIII\ZU.. Clerk *, ,

CITY ,. .. L. certitY thatPloriea "_ Mr. Hill leveledhls charges
do hereby t and revealed the contents of
.iamiD corr.cC
> ity of 1th a a tru. and an unpublished draft of a pro-
tortl01n ..
i 1 above end pa..d and adopted by IBC .. yr ,t. < posed "Memorandum of

r..oiution mestin6 Nt/II K I1AffT0I ,
at a Rehabilitation
copy Plorida. 16,!, Agreement on
: .. ...... .
1968. a nd daiBCStY Work," in an address at the I?
s 2l.t of ff.rch. t' .
day .
th .uuoa rf. annual southwest regional
? w
N.. 39519. rResolution conference of the National.
... thetutee otti 'Y11' w" tUtfllntttDatatt* t ,.,
tY ..... " ongre....( Advancementof
MITN893of sociation for the
thie ,, $ iwttte" ,lf''
Florida w.w.r !'f.prtt of .tpctitR o
,ualll1.t Colored People.
C1t1 J05WSSSSSSS { 1 ,r
the : MqnpILC.
cial 0 involved in the confidential

...... 1968.
26' day negotiations limiting Job

opportunities for Negro work

..\., ..p.....,-'."" L. COffE1f1' Maecb U. 196e ers, he said, are "the build

., :' '... CITY ; ing and construction trades

\." ; unions of the AFL-CIO, the

1: 'WCrae! ....." National Association of Home
.. ..., Mr ...
a ... c i ... toe 1 /; Builders the AssoclatedGen-
,' deep ....
... ,
.. accept
.;::... Yon vlll pl N .... nm'I d by Jwtt;
", ...:. ..., ....11.. ....,. .oI. vbtch N.reh 7...t.. eral Contractors, togetherwith
.n '". tlt.M tl
M Ss .... and I W wry eratdnlml. other major contractor
wl l
: : 0--..; .a"r...-...1N--_. w groups and representatives of
"wsSS:::::sSJSi. t. Ten. err
_._ ::.:::::: o,,_, ._ l, United States Government
--"I" ,K;
-'l'HBU1t1TBI1H1NI, "'w..w Th.rlr Yaf 10
/ {, {i Ia.e/w.'.. .., 1, j: tr agencies.

.._, ., The Act establishing the

fb. to .... t t k Model Cities program, the

....,...r 0& NAACP spokesman pointed

out, requires "maximum

.... r,': ,
Hr. Guthl4itor { opportunities for employing

Maeb 19. 1l6I" M1A1 itTttos4 residents must be given"pri
ISth Av "'nm1
6530 Nri, nor.4. 33'''7 ority for Jobs created by the

', of
expenditure program

funds." These requirementsare

". ..,.. c. ._ !'' kk, ignored he said, in the

=:r; ... proposed memorandum, a

' -.... ...,,'errs. u.. 33147. cr TRANSIT AUTHORITY ,""I,:!I copy ofwhichhehadinhispos- r

.. .... .. .. .. ,. MIT10'OL"AN DADr :.. t '' session.
/ D ... COUNtY i'\.r\
r .. .
'" -\...-.._ FLOI/DA/ "If this document becomesthe
Jw e __... i Iti' :;
_. basic for national
sere e a
Of -....... werwr w I agree
h.ll tha .. ... /
. ..
,,"'.... put out m tA. ' "p.ct.l -.. w..-.-, ADrtl 1. 'H, >'Ii,, . '. ment between the building
Crrt' .... .
e .
It I. Ii i! trades unions and the contractor -
Hrtd ...._
..... -........ .t .. .., .
/ro.r.r. .... I. b... ...... .01' associations with the ap-
'"' ,. . .. and of the
efr tul tloe. proval participation
to T .. i. .
raw/w. .... 8111 tit,,1 Federal Government, then unemployed -
Cord :::::::::::::. :1;:' &Brlde i't!"! Negro workers liv-

...-r..... N.11. ltitb ,.
lttul Arsu. s t in the who intended
'/ .. r Tlorlds iAU7 .t ing ghetto, are -

4 outtr.Ar.1ml p10. , ffYr1V .. .... 8111.rr ti, to be major beneficiaries
hM11..t :: -
.. .::::
".... 1 1 i a'osretulsttoss of the Model Cities Act,

..r 0 tasted to tajoyke .... .. "" 4 will be robbed full
1'i; .... :_. to .. rtuatt to .. ,t' . .of a
/w. ... .... '. no111. ..... 7 .... i "
i .foeConteT ....
'i1 l :::: .rrt-.. to the .... .yrcb rea. II .........t 8aoe. ,Or ao'r "" i share of the new employment

o::,.1:1: .... M...... 1 Bela ttos. ,.r t "" opportunities in publicly-
also ,
<' .-. --- ....... ... tasted t o s.T ... ,0' .'. "
..... . .. financed construction Mr.
the ..... ..... oooo.rnleu tor ... .." ,
e : ::..:; .::: sad tb. ..plo3... of Hill asserted.In .
.. rl A ..
/ east .. rbanlt OD' ......
.."... .. 0O.p... rblOOtios for .11 0, Tour his prepared address
.. estst....
:; "'- bare sad
::; bad
Mrk7 :.::; to Lbe
r.r Out. i j '. Mr. Hill cited a series of objections -
N Rr 8t.

--. :: :-::..._, oerelT. /;', " to the proposed pact,
..,OH- .
--N BtNIC11t :::'".. .-. c 'r, r rx foremost among which is the
--, W. IITn AVtNUt y tower .. ''Y"i granting of "rigid control of
"b" '
... ,"
MIAMI.,. \.pAIOA UI, ottle. t . ..', ".. all rehabilitation work opportunities

;M" i " in the Model Cities
198'! .
MusD eo/.tw N.ve1t i iI ,' to
i" '..,. program discriminatory
.Avv' building trades unions."

,_ II..I".1turaI cillrzhtalhidltereit 11\-.1' \ charges' include thepact's
. I e i'it', '"

.. "I' alleged ban against
l'i 0'1. contractors
"Negro throughout -
-- .., r.i: i'r.,,. ,' :. ". the country who are forc-

Oasth _r Iditor ,, ....b 971 ,tee ;rI. .ililfit; :;','..,I' I.;t.X\"i.'l ed to operate on a non-union
!! ) ,
,, Nlad TSM ,- -- ',ra ; basis the exemption from
e1S ;
.. th
J :
6570 :: .
7r L7 the of employment
N1ui, 11ot3d ; ';!7 /\j ',, ,
{ ... .. > /" 'jt, on "new construction of public ... I-t eon6nwl t ..... ,1'1'!

V. weld un to take that oFT fOrcunit7.eatrlbw to. sA .akin!!feat> ,- ,! ,:::,hb' '. buildings, industrial plants,

.11 or Ediful p .,,',. 'ji'o' highways transportation
: 7'i' .. Idlt ; :,: ,
: C. r 1 ,ttu1d
Tire ..IU1 enPP ... 0artb :: or'f', r ,' facilities, other apartmentsand
euoa .. .. '' '
f f .. .. 'l'tit'' ot .. ."Ub AV.sw k t '. the like and establish
radio! this artiol M.Iwea; o:'i p.riod P Pr.d, w .... d' '. ;
After : :
: 93141 V
tb+t ha b y.:: bl this tM world pf ; MM .: :r : of our un', Ilerld. ,.' M :..:. ment of a complaint procedure

1 that tMt vhe w too w...ass.o.r.fnlll t.. ;: Meww: of now a :;"for :.... + .... Mr. I.Or... ,\; .,, ,, requiring that grievances be
a Jtr1 t
.. ,
'b a. sad Irutoa
sot wt7oh .
that w d I d color ." .r.. Iteb .i submitted to the
tM parties "re-
tiM ra pot by ; oourt atw ,(
..... b o.uN .nd Tbrou b :: oeupplu "
: the ep :
... auauf t ; a a ee p7poaitloa :: ::
bT well AaM our ' : > sponsible for the alleged discriminatory -
fora .. -rot MIAMI
u Tlrfluu'ad t.ff o. th. .i'f.
thl- Irofr : .'
to .. or'" pour "
One. .p'" yi.h .. J.. I/,4i ..... 1 .tob to eo.plte en lob i t practices.
'r ...... end the '
rled .. 7
Ti'd: .........-- ,; ; 17; 0011 et tbl. .: .. Ilertd.. 1 u rNlallitp ,,,) The proposed agreement
; : ,
(A" v .,,.:: .,.... for of TMI MIAMI ,
U' '""- .... .bl. t.M l..d."". ? Nero part ........ of t.oTUIS .' Mr. Hill charged, "constitutesa
L, 11.11'r, I + .a. ....lir .pproeUtod b7 ', ;
.... t. direct negation of the con
...... '
Lv'i .. ''' ..b. cept of equal employment op-
for a
... ord r
,..... .
i ; SOS Llbrarp.s
',. r for 000 T portunity under the law and the
...... ..rIptlea t. .b" rise Wpor ,

'',:.,.;:i ...Ua..4 aee... /a Tow work.MN specific requirements of the
's { I "t.1I loo
Model Cltios Act. . The
Tour. r.rl troll
NAACP calls upon the responsible

-. Federal officials to publicly -
.. to.
... .... reject J the proposed .

agreement and to indicate that
." ,041 the pending agreement or any

1 ., "" : : r.''', yt" similar agreement is un-
,,''.e 1&:1"\: , r.t\t/w! .r .
.; ,a.
' ;. 'i" I''" / 3 r acceptable to the United States
: ; ,:, i "
; ::'; ,;, ,:' , ," ,: Government.
".. ,

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18 THE MIAMI TIMES,' Friday, April 5, 1968

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:THE.MIAMI TIMES Friday April 5, 1968 19
-. _

Another Dade School 1W


I Hit By ArsonistsFire riA I .P F

destroyed $ m! RW
worth of books and Junior 29 High $17,500; ward L. Whigham said,
Henry H. Filer "We've discussed It but it is
Sunday High, $100,000; and not practical when you compare -
School It was .
High 31 Brownsville Jun the cost against the los v
fire to strike Dade's High, $10,000. ses we've experienced." G
in the past six weeks. A
night watch John Tyler school secured
Vandalism office and program has been rul ity chief, said the cost figure E. S
general by top school officials has been estimated at $2.5
along with the fire School Superintendent Ed million.Q498. Y
discovered at 2:15 a.m.

setGa Officials small said storage the S _I

joining the library
racks had been tipped MRS. HARVEY

knee-deep spilling piles their,on the MODEL 11P50A WITH 4419 NW17 AVI. 633-9378
While the books;did not PRIVATE LISTENING
hundreds of new
ing to be classified In EARPHONE

age With area thousands, were of March Only $5.00 WIGS $18.95

from dozens of file ..
strewn on the carpet; DUMAS mf 1MILNER DOWN 100% HUMAN HAIR
ers smashed I II
ped from the..walls and 4181 S.W. 8th ST Call :I'
turned over the 95 I
fice of the school Phone 444-3566 7515629NO WIGLETS $6 -
a severe storm had ----
through It. CREDIT 100% HUMAN HAIR
The loss on Sunday REQUIRED
to more than$152,000 In

age tem suffered In six fires by the this HAjftiXEH'liGRQWf FALLS $29 95

Arson was blamed by ALSO: _
for all but one.According *
security chief John
$100,000 blaze at STEREOSW.T.
Filer Junior High In' t All Credit Cards Honored
was th e most
was caused by a
Principal Manatee I. ., COMPANY
here nerman at said Brownsville, "What < vQi'iirf*v'' I"V t'tiUAlrtifEED -''\''' 45 N. ,w.. 54th Street SPECIAL: MON. TUE. WED.

High Is a dog we can let Miami, Florida 33127
through the fenced-In ONLY $3.88FRANKLIN'S
complex during the
"I asked them (the
Board officials) for a TO HEUP YOIJR (JONDITIOMQITYbUR .
said, "but they told me MOKEY BACKNUKAIR
it might bite someone.'' -
No classrooms were CARPET
aged, at the

on school Monday.and classes Classes 1967.a ;i tS? 8650 NW 22 Ave.
to reopen at Henry H.
School where 14 rooms 4yFn SPECIALIZING IN .

either days before.gutted or RUG SALES & CLEANING I',,d
Dade's first school ffU $6rt' $ &.VK: :;:
the year was on Jan. 2 ftlttife COMMERCIAL CLEANING & '
approximately $5,000
was done at Allapattah FLOOR WAXING
mentary. Since that Temple Add I

Junior Feb. High 18..., $10,000; FREE ESTIMATES IN YOUR HOME

$10,000-- Miami; March Springs 27 Senior-- DIXIE BUILDING Coll 696-9133 or 635-3641


The Carpet CleaningTime

The bodies of Reginald
and his son,Reginald Jr
found by one of six boat
March 22 on the
Wood Cay,Grand
Hields went fishing, residents In a of Our Special'

previous evening. When ..
failed to return up the We mil" Clean
morning, a sea and air
was started. it Is
the boat capsized 30 sq. yds. Carpet
nigh t. The tide is said & hall
very strong in that area. (Average living room, dining room

a five-room Fire completely frame Carpets Dry in 30 Minutes i '' xY
March + i
20, leaving a +
family of ten homeless.
ed by Clayton Wilson, Newest Carpetron Method
Ploye of Bahamas Road
ers, the house on Eneas
caught tire shortly a f All Work $2495Guaranteed
P.m., and was destroyed
all its contents. The
the fire was said to be
trical shortage. The EASTER CLEANING SPECIAL
not insured. Call For Free Estimate
Joseph Darling, who
convicted twice for the

Teresita of his 14-year-old McGregor, Is 757-4163 We Carry Brand Home Carpet Iit.

J *ged. He was charged 24 HOUR SERVICE
killing the girl on June 3,


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20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday,. April 5, 1968 h. .RANGE BAIN'SCARDS

IN MEMORIAMIn -- of 4490 Lafayette Dock, of 3420
Mrs. Elouise Moore
II MEMORIALS DEATHS I loving memory father of my NW 31st Ave., died InJackson Thomas Ave., Coconut Grove
beloved husband
dear ,
Hospital March 29.She is sur- died on March 30, result of an
and great grandfather -
vived by her husband, Collis; automobile accident. He is

a son Donald; three sisters, survived by his wife Mattie;
Mamie Mar- nine children; his mother;
ERSKINE BUTLERwho Rosa Bell Boone;
I CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn tin and Margaret Whitehead; three sisters; two brothersand
passed away April 2,1966 two brothers Jessie and Mc- other relatives. Remains
of the late of the
family family of the late memory ".,,, The battle was fought and the' Arthur Hollis; a grandson, were shipped Thursday, at 10
victory won, nieces and nephews. Serviceswill a.m. to Valdosta, Georgia for

BOBBY D. BELLAMYwish Servant of God well done. beconducted Friday, burial. ... . ...
to thank each and every- From our eyes you are missed Aprl, in the chapel at 2p.m.
I one who shared with us during But in our hearts you never Mrs. Aline Jackson, of 126
our hours of sorrow. Thanksfor will be.Mrs. * * Industrial Ave., Coconut

1 the flowers, food, tele- Benjamin Alexander of 2180 'Grove, died March 28, at the

grams, cards and everything. ..Henrietta Butler, wife NW 69th Ter., died April 1.He Treasure Isle Nursing Home.

,.. Special thanks to the Range and Family is survived by a daughter Mrs. She is survived by her hus-
{,1 Funeral Home and my pastorfor Mae Rose Myles;a friend Eron band Boshie; one brother,.

prayers and consolation.May Keaton ; two step-daughters, Quenton Jordon; one sister',.
God ever bless each and IN MEMORIAMIn Nellie Fox, and Henrietta Mrs. Mattie Bohler, and other'

everyone of you sad but loving memory of Martin; two step sons Edwardand relatives. Funeral services
t',' dear one Ernest Keaton. Services will be held Friday, at 2 p.m.

CalHe Bellamy___mo., wife n__ and- --- our will be c o n d u c t e d Saturday, at St. Paul AME Church in Coconut -

Family THADDEUS BETHEL JR. April 6, at 1:00 p.m. In the Grove.
chapel. George McLain, of 21601
who departed this life March
SW 109th Ave., Goulds died on
.. -,.-------- IN MEMORIAM 31, 196'1. * * March '31. He Is survived by'

.. MR. HARDY ROGERS In sad remembrance of our There's an open gate, HOUSE OF ALBERTMrs. his parents Mr. and Mrs,
brother father and t Mr McLain three bro-
loving son, George ;
At the end of the road
Take this method in expressing uncle the late Lola P. Singleton,780 thers; three sisters; three
which must
their gratitude to all who Through go NW 57th St., died March 26. grandparents; nine aunts and

helped lighten our burden. alone. Among survivors are daugh- other relatives

Your prayers, florals, ter Mrs. Ollle Williams; and ... ... .
cards And there is a light we can-
visits telegrams ,
one grandson.Services were Richard Johnson, who lived
phone calls, cars, and other not see held Saturday, from Mt. Zion at 429 NW Lucy St., Florida
will long be Our father claims his own.
acts of kindness
Baptist Church. died 1
Rest in peace Jr. City, April James
remembered. * * Archer Smith Hospital. He
Special thanks to Rev. W.J. Gordon Dawkins 1800 NW
came to live in Florida In 1913
Macon, members of the First The You are sadly by 3 9< 5 Ave., died March 24.Among and was the oldest School Pa-

Baptist Church, House ol FamilyIN survivors are wife Sarah; two trol In Dade County.He is survived -

Albert, and Funeral Director, sisters Ola Jackson, HattieG. by his wife Hattie; two
and the neigh-
T. C.
Rogers. Funeral serviceswere sons Richard and Sam
MEMORIAM ; three
151standl52ndStreet.Isabelle .
bors of ---- -
conducted Monday in the daughters Thelma North,
D. Rogers, wife In memory of MRS. CLEO W. BROWN chapel. Mary Williams and Ruth

Samuel Hardy Rogers, son .kn7 who departed this life April 1, * * Smith; two grandchildren.

Valarie, Millicent, and 1961. Larry Sherman Bess,10360 rangements are incomplete.

Gretchen Rogers, daughters "Your life is a beautiful mem SW 172nd St., Perrine, died * * *
",.. ory. Your absence, a silent March 27. Among survivorsare
grief. Sleep on in peace." parents James and Lida L,. FRANCIS I

CARD OF THANKSThe IRA JONES Bess; three brothers Willie Thomas Bethel of 1322 NW

family of the late who departed this life March\ James, Tonny and Ronnie;five 63rd St., died March 30. Fun-

28, 1967. Husband, children and sisters Rosa, Marie, Sandra, eral services will be) held Saturday -

EDWARD A. WAKE He is gone,but not forgotten. FamilyIN Atphea, Almeda;grandparents April 6, at 2:00 p.m.
10 1968 wish
who died March
for Sleep on blessed child, sleepon Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Ray- in St. Mary's W. M. Church
to thank the friends
4- and take your rest, we all mond; grandfather Foley Mor- Rev. H. V. Stuart, officiating.
their deeds of kindness duringhis
illness and death. love you dearly, but God loved j'' rison. Funeral services were Remains will repose in the

., Space will not allow us to you best. q memory of my dear wife, conducted Tuesday, Sweet chapel beginning 1:00 p.m. on

name individually. But to mother, ,daughter and sister, Home Baptist Church. Friday until 7 a.m. Saturday.
you .
all who remembered us The Family; CHARLES ALLEN JR. *- * * Remains will repose in the
Ellen Earnest Levy, 6337 NW 25 church
Inman, mother beginning 7:30 a.m. on
flowers through prayers telegrams, calls letters,cards, Alexander Inman, stepfather who departed this life, April : Ave, died March 30. Among Saturday until funeral time.
5, 1967. survivors, are wife, Zella Survivors include his wife
and other acts of kindness a
special thanks. Charlie Mae Williams, sis- He is gone,but not forgotten.We ?ea . .. mother Cora Matthews; one Lola; two_,sons, Clifford and
ter love him but God loves him sister Virginia. Funeral ser- Charles; three: daughters Ruth
Also a special '.Ii.\\
very Tommy Jones, son best. .i' i. vices Saturday, April 6, at 2p.m. Brannen, M a b 1 e Crumpton,
Fr. Lambert L,Sands,rector .aiti1}:. in the chapel.
Dorothy M. Williams, niece and Frances' Miller; one sis-
of Saint Agnes Episcopal r .' ::'::I" . .
Church for his words of com Darryl Killlngsworth, The Allen FamilyIN ,, ...."; / i. ter Drucilla Sears; one bro-
Funeral nephew Husler Cooper, 1554NE 151 ther Rufus.
fort. Thanks to Range
Terrace North Miami died
July jean Killlngsworth
Home for their courteous and * * *
March 30.
niece. Among survivorsare
efficient service.
MEMORIAMIn one son George C. Ferguson SOUTH BROWARD
of "'
May God bless everyone sad but loving memory of .. ,. -.... and t w o brothers. Ar-
you. CARD OF THANKSThe our dear father, mother and rangements are incomplete. Edward Warren of 5541

Mrs. Edward A. Wake and family of the late sister, who MARJORIEA.K.PACK passed April 9, 1968. * * Fletcher St. Hallandale, died
Family March 24. He is survived bya

THELMA LOUISE MYLES JAMES SMITH Harold Pack husband M.H. RAHMINGS mother, four sisters, two
MRS. MIRIAMSMITH brothers, nieces and nephews.

IN MEMORIAMIn .who departed this life March MRS. BLANCHE ROBERTSwho mother Mrs. Pearlene Keels, George F. Turner, of 1845 Funeral services were con-

loving memory of our 16, 1968 wish to express our Elizabeth NW 57th St., died April 2, in ducted, March 31,at 2:30 p.m.
beloved daughter sincere appreciation for kind- passed to the great beyond K. Ferguson and Jackson hospital. He is sur- in Bethel Baptist Church,

w--- -W".-. -.------- ness rendered during our rt Easter Monday night April 2, Charley and Mae Keels, sisters vived by his wife Pearl; two Dania.
,: \ Family
'(' "":' : cent bereavement. *
\ -' t. 1956 daughters, JuanitaFernellandDoreen * *
r Your cards, telegrams, "Asleep in Jesus, blessed c. Williams; three Arthur Moss Jr of 54 E. 123

R flowers and good deeds will sleep CARD OF THANKSWe granddaughters; and two grand St. N. Y.died March 25,in New
never be forgotten. From which none ever wakes sons; three sisters Rose Mc- York City. He is survived bya

\ Special thanks to Rev. A. M. to weep. the family of the late Donald, Issable Rolle andRo- mother, Remona M. Simms;

Griffin and congregation ol''A calm and undisturbed repose vena Turner; two brothers two sisjers, Helen Reaves,

Shiloh Baptist Church, and ZILPHA ROLLE Cleveland and Gifford. Funeral Evangeline Malloy; two bro-

Usher's Federation Union, the Unbroken by the last of foes." who died March 9, wishes tc I services Saturday, April thers, Cecil and Earl Siraras.

Range Funeral Home. thank the many friends and I 6, at 10:30: a.m. in the chapel. Funeral services will be held

The family: neighbors for their condolences * Saturday April 6 at 3 p.m. in
The Myles Family R. Wallace, J. Smith, Jr., and service render tc I Mrs. Mary Ann Goodman of St. Matthews Baptist Church.

E, Barr Sr., D, Sawyer, F. us, during our hour of bereavement 315 NW 16th Ter.,Apt.#3,died Remains will repose at 16301

Downs, Jr. Johnson, C.Smith, April 1, in Sunray Park Sanitarium NW 22nd Ave, from 8 p.m.
THANK YOU C. Barr and A. Jenkins, New- Her survivors include Friday.

ark N. J.IN. her
The.FamilyRANGE husband Emmett; one
"" Friends are.iue-pi6civu S. daughter, Florida Booth; one

jewels and this is what mv son Emmett Jr.; eight grand

friends have been to me.I wishto MEMORIAM children and three great "Any where In the world

INEZ JAMES FRYSON express my very deep gratitude In memory of our loved one Oscar grandchildren; one son-in you want to go"
Gowens Jr. of 1867
for the many gestures of law. Arrangements incomplete
who departed this life April kindness you showed me during ELIZA CLEAREwho NW 47th Ter., died April 1.He 77CK 7$ COST

9, 1966. my illness and confinement departed this life March is survived by two sisters and NO MORE *T

Her life is a beautiful memory in the hospital. Your kindness 16, 1967. brothers-in-law Mr. and Mrs. * * *

shall forever be rememberedand She was Just a plain loved one William Duncan, and Mr. and Perry Lane of 1015 NW 1st

Her absence a silent griei f. appreciated. A special With her loving smile each day Mrs. J. Walden; two brothersand Ct., #3 was DOA at Jackson TIUYt'L BURffU"Your

She sleeps in God's lovely-garden thanks to the efficient staff of Always tried to do for others one sister-in-law, Ty Hospital, March 30.He is sur-

doctors and nurses at, Mt.Sinai As she journeyed on her way. son Gowins and Mr. and Mrs. vived by three brothers, Car- Neighborhood Travel

In sunshine and Inperfect hospital. To those who have a loved one Russel Gowins; three aunts, nel, Elco, and Guy; three sis- Agents"
peace. Treat her with loving care Maudeva Dukes, Annie B. Rice ters Alezester .
Heggie A near to os
soul rest in said "Thankyou You'll know her and Trudy Wells; three uncles you your
May your peace Very simply never vacancy Lucille Clark, and Cleva M. telephone. Give us a call
," but deeply meant. Till you see her empty chair. nieces, cousins, and nephews Mings; two aunts and two ne We deliver. 1104 NW 3rd
Sadly missed by : Services will be conducted sa- phews. Ave. FR 98451. Cha C.
turday. services will North
Ethel James, mother Rev. Jame s R. Smith. brother be held Manager.
Saturday April 6 at
aunt Thomas "Boobie" nieces and nephews. New Shiloh Baptist Church. ,
Lutitia Gradhan, Cooper 3 p.m. in the chapel

THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 5, 1968 21
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5 y :,' ; THE BLACK POWER ::4



:.,,. ,,' l were elected to head cities as mayors. These young men

By GWENDOLYN M, ROBINSONIs supported by the Negro and white voters in their respec-

tive communities showed the American Negro what he can

the term "Black Power" Just an empty slogan or Is achieve through lawful means.
it loaded with meaning? Just what does it infer? Mr. Stokes commented when the results of the election

.. Many oi you have heard this phrase used time and time were in, "Not a vote for a man,but a vote for a program
r l again through various media used in varying context and for a visionary dream of what our city can become."
$ maybe you, like many others, have come to dislike the The true cry of "Black Power" to America as a whole

.)'ltJblll' ttDIt term Black Power or, on the other extreme, consider It and the Negro in particular is to urge the Negro to work
,!) ;vaY a very fine and meaningful start toward better Negro unity together in harmony to pool their resources, financialand

6.'t and harmony -- and effort to get together. educational and organize group power,so that Negroescan

Ii": just what you think about this cliche and how you inter- operate as a group -- with oneness.

.. i., pret the Black power strategy will determine Just which When you hear the phrase "Black Power" used again,
: 4,rsy "' side of the fence you stand on with this issue.It remember the context in which it was intended.Don't you

.. has been incorrectly concluded by some that the words misconstrue the true meaning of these words.WOOLWORTH'S.

: "Black Power" implies power in opposition to "White dd. _d_ ___ d _________
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Power." Black power vs White Power.

The phrase Black power has no such inference. Black

r Power has no real power structure, for such a structure
a would conflict with the aims of the entrie The
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majority of the Negro populus desires to have the idea of :

'- --- one group having power over another abolished.He was no \1\\\\' \\t\ i"\'(") .',.' .
., 1\' . i> '
Urban League Climaxes power structure of any color.In I I'I, '\ \, '.. . .: ,
1-- my opinion and in the opinion of many others, "Black \ ' "c I;-'.<.::

Equal Opportunity WeekMarch Power" means the organization of financial and political ,\, \ .f.y. .....
l -.
power of the Negro race. Mr. Simon Lazarus says in an II\I I I ., ,,,.,< .:
'. ,,,,-,,/' '
21-28 was declared The affair was highlighted article from The New Republic 'dated January 13, 1968 ,\', ''0''

Equal Opportunity Week by by the presence of: Rev. Ed- that "Black Power is only a device for promoting group :

Mayor Chuck Hall. This sig- ward T.Graham,the first exe- solidarity which is necessary before a group can oper- Ili \ jZ.nWrIVC OW..V..WWW '
nificant declaration was' In cutive director of the League ate." Unity of efforts, ideas, aims and beliefs is neces- ., 'I II, :.

conjunction with the Urban Mrs. Eddie Daniels and Dr. sary for any group whose goal is to achieve status and ., IS' :

League's 25th Anniversary I. P. Davis, charter board recognition as a group in society.In :! ., t. ," :,... r. ,>;Id',;.
1-\: -\1 ",': .M. ,
activities. members. a conversation with Mr T. W. Fair, Executive director J< II''" (

of the Urban league in Florida, he gave his idea ; '
evening Mrs. Cernoria Johnson DI-
On last Thursday \
of what "Black power" really is. Mr. Fair'stated that \
over four hundred Dade Coun- rector of the Washington Bur- ;
"Black Power is Just a cliche indicative of the Negro's .
out to the National Urban
tians turned help eau, League, .
search for his own Identity." He mentions nothing abouta ' \ ;' .
Greater Miami Urban League delivered an inspiring mes .
power struggle of any sort in connection with this \
climax its Anniversary sage. challenged those :
phrase. .
celebration. present to continue to supportthe : \ht.
The success of Carl Burton Stokes in Cleveland and
League and not to become
Richard Hatcher in Gary, Indiana are truly examples of : ,

complacent. what Black Power is all about. Both of these Negro men 't '. >"'" y ",\, \ ....;. ,,." \i-, < ':
Lower Postal \ .
Mrs. Maude K. Reid, newly . .'" '\:\. <',
elected President along with I .,
." :!: :,'" 1\\: < t
the following, were installed: ,t'.y: '
RatesPostmaster > .
: . -\\\
M. William Smith, 1st vice; HIEE .. 1\t.. ,'. ,:::.,...'.,:...... .,'-",.,...."y ',""' .....<..." ,. .
Ezekiel Burrows, 2nd vice; GUAR
E. M. Danlap Robert 0. Hach, 3rd vice; Our fittest ,qualitySEAMLESS shJJrs .,
announced this week that an Illustrated -
James Bailey 4th vice; Mrs. PORN
pamphlet, MM for; Willie Williamsi'secretary; ; C R1C NYLONS
Servicemen, outlining the expanded -
Benjamin'C. Green, -
: program for airlifting .
letters, packages and other W IO-K
military mail overseas at low Awards for outstanding ser- wMN1 MMrMWW.K sheers so. lovely)
postal rates Is now available vice to the League were pre-
in Agilon stretch or )in
through Miami Post Office sented to Mrs. LouisGlasser, DOES EVERYTHINQI M w.
Cantrece for beautiful
window window clerks. Mrs. Willie Williams, and R.und .. n 9811t
Mrs.Ann Lindsey Packard. Sews ii Zippers, B.bbI.Brttsns fit. Fashions smartest

Postmaster Dunlap said that Seaps, XMoaks. Spring, shades BJ to 11!*.
Music was furnished by the
"as a result of new legislation EiAriliers, _
Urban League Youth Community. -
and action by president John Zig-tats, law ad ; w, ....,, A
son we are now air lifting more Quilti vitl mileictin 5O YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE ATSEAFOOD

than 75 percent.of all mail going The Urban League is a professional attacknieiifr u14 ;:i s ............. _..,........ .WVOOL""ORTH'S
to the military men and social welfare Gal

women stationed abroad.We agency, that gives full time attention EASY TERMS c cr Dc'
hope this guide will help more to improving the life ABBEY
American families be familiar chance factors of Dade's mi- I' 15982 MW 27th Aye. Call Now 625-1261

with these services and use nority group population.
them" fe
Pictured above are left to HOME DEMONSTRATION

The eight-page pamphlet right: Mrs. Reid, Mayor Hall NO OBLIGATION IP YOU DO NOT IUYArtistic c1

illustrates three services for and Mr. Fair.

airlifting parcels at rates the / 1 /

average family can afford, the .
speedy service now available I

for newspapers: and newsmagazines
to most overseas .r
bases, the special rates for /
books and similar educational r


s e c ond- recorded personal '
messages The guide also pro-
vidas instructions
parcel wrapping -

information on the S g g ,
time it takes parcels to reach

Vietnam and other overseas g

bases from major U, S. cities,
and pointers on the correct

way to address military mail.A .

family send Ing a 10-pound "
Package from Miami to Vietnam -

for example, pays only CENTER
3.40 on a package marked

"PAL" while. air parcel'rate Floral Shop

for the same package Is$8.08,

Postmaster Dunlap said.TO'OTHACHE. ,
691JT475 B
HOME: 693-2708 SHOP:

; ",

if You Give Flowers" I I
Can't Go Wrong
Don't suffer uony. Get ORA-Jtl, In tee. "You .
onds you get relief from throbbing toothache J'
pam. Put on-PI In'. ,on.. Until yo MRS. MABLE BODIE, Prop.
can I" your oentlit, do it million douse -
OU'In Recom MRS. DORA M. WILLIAMS, Bus. Mgr.
mended by many den. x-T-s
"tti.Ask pharmacist for''\4sedNmiii.U.' ngg 1551 NW 62nd STREET MIAMI FLORIDA DR. S.E. JOHNSON

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22 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 5, 1968
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FELLOWSHIP Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor
Sunday, April 7, will be the
.': : Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe
: first Sunday as well as Palm Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor

. ", ftI Sunday. Our services are as M. L, Nixon, reporterThe No. Two Ushers' Board

follows Communion will be Rev. F. L.Johnsontrom will sell dinners the second

served all day and Joint choirs Shiloh Baptist Church delivered Saturday in April in the dining

and joint usher boards will an inspirational sermon. room. ,They ask that each ,of

serve all day. After the sermon was the"Old you come by and patronize

At 3 p.m. our Annual Palm Fashion Dinner Spread," the them.

Sunday procession will .leave project J sponsored by the The No. One Choir invites

the church and on time. All Trustees. They were more you as their guest on the first

members are asked to pleasebe than pleased with the results. Sunday, from 4-6 p.m. The occasion -

at the church at 230. Many thanks to the many visitors : A Palm Tea at Jordan

Sympathy to Brother Rufus who came to worship and Grove. Brother Herman

Bethel in the death of his bro- eat with us. You are always Thomas is president.
ther. Funeral will be held Sa- welcome. The No. One Choir will also

y turday at 2 p.m. The Women's Missionaryand sell ice cream in the dining

Special prayers to Brother Educational Convention room this Sunday.

John Thompson in Jackson will meet at Friendship Bap- The No. One Ushers' Board

I err Jn ( ; Memorial Hospital.To tist Church, 1717 NW 3rd St., will sponsor a program:"Wo
: gnu OIIJurrIJjuu ay all parents, the super- West Palm Beach, April 914. man of the Year" on the third

intent of the Sunday School is As many as possible please try Sunday in April at 3 p.m. The

asking you to send in the Len to attend. public,Is invited.Brother Earl

ST. JAMES ton 'Banks on Sunday, April 7, Bannister is president.
MT. HERMAN AME NEWMT..MORIAH during the Sunday School hour, Don't forgetyourprayer The pastor is asking all to
Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastor at 9:30: a.m. A prize will be meeting every Thursday, at please attend

Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor Joseph Marshall,reporter Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor given to the one having the 8 p.m. at the home of Deacon,every Tuesday prayer night at meeting 7:30.
Evelyn Souter
We are now well into the Mrs. Pear lie Mae Sharp, reporterWe highest amount in their bank. George Washington. We have been blessed with

Lenton Season which is an Important chairman and the Missionary are asking who is the in prayersfor Please don't forget the sales Easter practice at Sister 13 new members for the monthof
our Hialeah
season to all Chris Society would like tothank pastor 119. every Saturday' at the church Constance Sandilands, allchoir March Visitors are always
room that
tians. everyone for their support on he will have a sponsored by the Men's Day rehearsals at Sister welcome to worship with us.
We have planned agreat Missionary Day. Also special be back speedy with recoveryand committee. For delivery call Barbara Hollands and Sunday To the sick: Put your trustin

Easter Sunrise Service, as thanks to our speaker, Mrs. The No. One Choir us wants 7581601. School every Sunday. God and you shall be healed.
well as for the whole day. At Leanette pennington,whom we We
thank the Thirteen members were are happy to announce
the sunrise services the combined feel that God is in the midst Calvary Travelers,
Sister Zella Brown the spiri- baptized Sunday, at MountCalvary Baby No. Two, little
senior choirs will pre and she shall not be moved.
Baptist Church. Our Laswann Walker was the most
tual ,
sent the Cantata entitled"The Mrs. Louise Woods and the Melodies, Sister Inez Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor
Johnson for their participation thanks to the pastor Rev. S. popular baby in the baby contest
Seven Last Words of Jesus." March-ites would like to thank Alice S. Irving, reporter
Atchison and his members for raising 33185.Grand
This promises to be a beautiful you for your support for the on the program Sunday Everyone is getting ready
night. sharing their pool and the fellowship total for the contest: $721.85.
affair, and the invitation month of March for Women's Day which will
of baptizing members The Deaconess wish to thank
given to all to come and worship Calendar Club members Our monthly conference tonight be held the fourth Sunday in
(Thursday) at 8 along with us. each and everyone for helping
with us at that hour 4:30 "Man does not live by bread p.m. April.
We want to thank Rev. Simsof Pray for the less fortunate. make this program success..
a.m. you may also have your alone, but by comradeship Group Captain Elizabeth
breakfast nice and hot at the high adventure, seeking and New Hope Baptist Church Johnson will sell dinners in the

church for a small sum. cooperating, serving and for the wonderful message he church dining room Saturday.To GREATER NEW CHRIST EPISCOPAL
delivered at the
At the 11:00 a.m. service sharing, loving and being loved erated Union all auxiliariesFirst Fr T. R. Gibson, rector
r Easter Day, there will be.the if we want to build a greater on Sunday. day is the deadline for paying MACEDONIA Antoinette Silva_ rfnnrt.
Joint rehearsal
for choirs -
regular services with the No. St. James. Now, let's give your money for the Women's
Rev. Roscoe Jackson The
pastor Young
No. 1 and 2 this Friday nightat ,
Three choir beautiful Day Souvenir Book.
our full support to the April- '
8:00 Willie J. Beard, reporterThe Churchmen and the Episcopal
Easter Music and the message The pastor is asking all auxiliaries
will be brought by our pastor, Ites.To the sick and shut-ins Easter practice each Wednesday to come to church Sun president, officers,and Churchmen Church of Christ Episcopal
at 5:30 p.m. day uniformed for the members of Choir No. Two cordially invite you
Rev S. L. Gay. faith is a certain image of purposeof to attend
The youngsters will take eternity.You Please prayfor peace. Visitors taking pictures for the Souvenir will begin celebrating their a musical recital on
are always welcome. Third Sunday, April 7, at 5:00: p.m.
their turns beginning at 5 p.m. are always welcome to Book. Anniversary beginning
This recital will feature various
< first the tiny tots will be on the friendly church.TRANSFIGURATION. The Deacons and Deacon- Thursday night before the
parade from 5 to 7 o'clock,and4I. esses are in charge of auxiliary third Sunday instead of the youth of the community
:t 7:30 the teenagers will take DRAKE MEMORIALThe Sunday School class Sun second afternoon at 3 p.m. will also have a play entitled

over, with speeches and plays pastor, officers, and day. Keep this date and time in mind "The Pearly White City."
'' that will delight your hearts members are looking forward Our sympathy Sister B.Ver- and plan to attend. Please come out and enjoy
d FT. E. S. Clarke, vicar to the fourth The deacons yourself. Donation $1.00 for
in the old fashion way. Sunday. nell Mitchell the loss of her Deacon Henry Jefferson,
Mrs. Ann Rivers and Mrs. Hyacinth 0Rourke, reporter will have their first an- uncle. Get well wishes to Sinter president and Sister Eunice adults and 50 for children.

Juanita Dukes are in charge of Palm Sunday; Blessing,distribution niversary. This will also be Odessa Bethel who is ill at McCauley, vice president.On On Sunday, March 31, the
the Primary Dept. Mrs. Cynthia of palms, solemn Homecoming Day. More information home. South Miami Deanery met at
the second at 3
Hawkins has charge of the sung mass, story of the crossin about this day in the BTU is held every Sunday at p.m., the Sunday Sunday School, and St. Faith's Episcopal Church.
coming weeks. The evening began with even-
Intermediate Department and song and solemn outdoor 6 p.m.

Mrs. Eddie Gay, Mrs. Annie procession-10:45 a.m. We invite you to worshipwith The Crusaders and Red have Baptist their Training Annual Easter Union will Exercise Ing prayer and then three men,
Mae Hamilton and Moundy Solemn us on Sunday. Circle who were guest speakers,
Xnell Gay, Thursday; meet every Monday, at at the church and Immediately
the Senior Dept. sung mass, stripping of the altar The Missionary Society will 7 p.m. talked about how and when

We guarantee you a com and pro cession of the meet on Monday, at 7:30 p.m. Prayer services are held Easter following the pro- Christ entered their lives.
gram an hunt will
plete Easter Day at Mount blessed sacrament -800: p.m. Please bring or send more old ,every Tuesday at 8 p.m. be held on the grounds.egg Sincere sympathy is extended -
Hermon. Good Friday; Mass of the clean white sheets. We are to the Simmons' family.3Si .

ST. PAUL pre-sanctlfied meditation on Christ's traditional last still Society.making pads for the Cancer .-:.:.:rorr.r.-......... ...:.r..................................'..:.r..'....'..........................................................................................'................................'..'...'....'...'..............................................................................................................-......-.-......9.......

words from the cross 7:00 Don't forget to visit Sister
Brown 2060 }| Women's Day Observed At New |}
Rev. T. C, Kelley, pastor a.m.Holy Wilmington Ave. I

Mary Amos,reporterOur SaturdayHolyBap-
Easter Sunrise ser tism and the sacrament of pen GRACE PRESBYTERIAN I| Providence Baptist Church |

vices will begin at 4:30 a.m. ance. 5:00 p.m. ..
Rev. W. F. Savoy pastor ......
All choirs are asked to sing The New Providence
for this service and also for ST. Our Palm Sunday morning ,Church observedtheirAnnual Baptis. in supporting the ladies by catering J .I 4 ,('h' '
JOSEPH'SThe food, and financial help
the 11 a.m. service. sermon will be: "Have you ..}" .:t_. ,
Women's Day program, Sunday , ,
we are fortunate to have such
The members of Choir No. Church of God is in their seen a close-up of the King?" ( March 24 the chairmanand "
Two are asking you to place Annual Convocation and will This Sunday, at 7:00: p.m., we co-chairman would like men. i
We I
were fortunate to have
conclude will have
Sunday. The "Appreciation \
your order now with them for guest night to express our sincere
speakers Commissioner for the board of ushers appreciation as our morning speaker, Mrs.
their Annual Easter sunrise Mr. to all of our
Athalle and the Charles Smith many Beatrice Waldron of West
breakfast. Range, sermonto chairman, and friends, visitors, and members
Don't forget Love Feast Friday be delivered by Elder M. Mrs. Hannah Williams,' co- j It would be impossibleto

April 5, at 8 p.m. Bradley, pastor of the Church chairman. The evening message : call each name, however, a
The second Quarterly Conference of God the pillow Ground in will be: "Howare you special< word of thanks to our t

will be hold the 12 and Truth. Mother Stevenson and preparing for His coming?" ,chairmen, captains contestants 4R +

14 of April, we,.are. ,asking! all I congregation' will be guest. We will have a Maundy i and co-workers, who

.boards and clubs to have their Friday evening Bishop Thursday service this Thursday j participated In promoting this
report ready. 'Brooker and congregation of at 8 p.m., and a Good Fri

All men who would like'to 'J Hollywood, with choir will be day service for one hour at 12 J

sing in the choir please meetat j the guest speaker. Saturday, noon on Friday. ; :

the church every Thursday the Mighty Wonders will render Please remember to attendour I

night at 9 p.m. for rehearsal. : concert along with many Tuesday evening Bible
Sunday is Palm Sunday as others. Plan to attend Dinner study at 8 p.m.
will be
well as first Sunday. Plan now served.
to attend church all day. L ""'-
Remember the sick and SOUTH DADE NEWS ELDORA AKINS
shut-ins. Rev. Atchison,pastor crowned Mrs New Providence

Phyllis Beal, reporter Mrs. Gussie Payne,the wife of 1968. Mrs. Ernestine
FEMININE Voicing the sentiment of the of the late Charlie Paynewould Thomas was second raising
EMPHASIS entire Church, Sister Eddie like to thank each and every- RUBY SHELLY, CochairmanPalm $360, and Mrs. Jean Waller

DAY AT ST. JOHN Lee King wishes to thank one in the time of bereave. Beach, and our evening was third raising 27750.

everyone for helping to make ment. Leaving behind two sons speaker Mrs. Lillle Doles, a These ladies wish to thank
The women or St. John's Institutional "Unity Day" a success. Don't two brothers, two daughters, member of Mt. Zion Baptist all of their supporters, we

Missionary Baptist ]let unity die in us. Let's two daughters-in-law, one Church of this city. realize that without God and

Church, invite you to join with spread it around. aunt, seven grandchildren, -.-----_._----- each of you, our effort would
them in their Annual Feminine Prayer meeting every. three great grandchildren. R. SMITH Chairman We are grateful for the financial have been In vain. May God's

Emphasis Day celebration.We Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs.Noah Williams blessing that was bestowed richest blessing fall upon each
s special:
are counting on you to make Plan now to spend the day went to Carlo, Georgia over occasion. The entire I upon us, we were blessed of you.

this occasion a success. with us, for this Sunday is the the weekend. They will be the occasion was an excellent example I to raise the sum of $7- Mrs. Ruth Smith, chairman,

Rev. Thedford. Johnson, J Lord's Day. guest of Mrs. Elizabeth Fule- Christ like of cooperation with a 138.31, Mrs. Eldora kins Mrs. Ruby Shelley, cochairman -

pastor Visit the sick and shut-ins. gon in Climax, Georgia. spirit. 'won first prize, raising $1- and Rev C, J. Burney,
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I OPEN DOOR Hendon, minister w7 r 7. 4n'a ? . i
Rev. W. E Sims pastor y '
Dessie Crockett,reporter ,
Loraine Fuller, reporter' ----1.t : j
Hats off to the men of Mt. Congratulations to our pas- ,

Tabor for they certainly proved tor and his wife.God has blessed -

themselves great as they them with a fine baby girl

f ,. served the women of the born March 26., at Christian
church, expressing their Hospital, her name is LaTerra

gratitude for having spearheaded Sherrl Sims,
one of the most rewarding The Pastor's Aid Club is

drives the church has sponsoring a Hog K i 11 i n g saturday -

ever known. The Mt. Tabor April 6, at 8 p.m at
family and their guests were the home of Sister Geneva

sumptously fed a full course Manuel, 1195 NW 48th St., ,
Ii.Mr Ii. meal planned, prepared and Everyone is invited.Sis.Annie
served by the men. (Our men L. Stephen is president. I

meal planned, prepared and Sunday School, at 9:30 a.m.
served by the men. (Our men BTU Sunday, at 5:30 p.m.
are to be commended for such Easter practice is in pro-

thoughtfulness. This type gress Thusday, at 5:30 p.m.
Charles T. Rogers will, of fellowship will long be re- please parents, all childrenwho
be presented in an organ ,re- membered by all who were are participating in

cital on Palm Sunday, by the present to shaN this relation- the Easter exercise are askedto .,,.
Church, at 7 o'clock. He will ship of unity.During attend. Sister Bernice Ker-

play the TC-3 Allen organ the past three son is in charge.Remember .

dedicated by the congregationin months we have added 20 young the sick and J
June In memory of Dr.Kel- baptized converts to the fold. shut-ins they are waiting to .
sie pharr and devoted min- Continue in prayer for the see or hear from you. M
istry of Dr. Henry C. Mc sick and shut-ins. Ministers of Breadbasket Open

Dowell. Business meeting will be tonight :
Graduating from Bethune- (Thursday),all membersare FIRST BAPTISTRev. I

Cookman College, Mr.Rogers urged to support this
Neoorfiafion; With P. LorillardOperation "
furthered his organ studies at monthly meeting. W. M. Davis, pastor
the University of Wiscosin Sunday, April 7, the church -
under Paul Jones and John and pastor will worship at the
Antioch Baptist Church in Lib- Breadbasket of with models, radio & TV per- is definitely concerned with
During his tour of
Harvey. duty ST.JOHN
the Southern Christian Lead- sonalities, etc. the economic of the
for problems
with the Armed Forces he erty City, Rev. P. W.Wig-
Rev. W. A. gins anniversary. The No.One ership Conference, Dr. Mar- The banking policy of P. black community. In a spiritof
studied privately under Hans Curry, pastor
tin Lorillard with reference to
Newman in Muunich Love Feast will be observed Choir will render the song Luther King's primary cooperation, we plan to con-
Germany Friday at 8:15 service and all Usher Boards economic thrust, took its ini- placing funds in Negro banks tinue our efforts to assist In
: p.m. Sunday
tial into was also pursued during the
will plunge negotiations on resolving these, problems'
Mr. Rogers Is a member of morning and night Holy Com-
a national basis this week negotiations and the ministers
General conference will be Rev. Jackson noted that
munion will be administered :
the of the
faculty Drew Jr.High ,
when black clergymen persistently pressed for
the pastor will deliver both Friday night April 5,beginning repre- "Operation Breadbasket,
School and Is In charge of the
sermons. The combined at 7:30 p.m. The pastor would senting twenty cities in the concrete programs that would representing black people who
Music Labortary; a memberof U. S. met with top officials of incorporate more use of Negro
choirs will serve like to see all members at this have more than the margin
the American Guild of Organist throughoutthe '
the p. Lorillard Co., manufacturers insurance firms and a total of America's
meeting. profit major
day. Usher board No. One
MiamlChapterandthe; of cigarettes and reassessment and distributionof
will also serve There will be a worship ser- businesses, has come prepared -
organist of the First Churchof
I cigars with subsidiary enter the philanthropic monies of
Rev.I to bargain and not
The District Missionariesof vice Thursday night. beg,pre-
Christ Scientist Coral
prises that include mak- the Lorillard firm.
the Miami District will meet Thomas will deliver the ser- pared to do whatever is neces-
Gables. He has served as a ing, pet food products and the Operation Breadbasket, an
with the District Supervisor mon. This is an effort towardWomen's sary to participate in the sub-
Consultant Salesman for Vic-
Federal Tin and paper Co.The economic development pro-
stance of the Lorillard
tor Pianos and Organs for the Sister Serena B, Allen,Satur- Day. of the Southern Chris-
day April 13 at 11 We hope that all of the mem- meeting was held at the gram Company, not Just the surplus.The .
past three years. tian Conference
bers will keep these Important Bethany Baptist Church in Leadership demands of this team must
This organist brings to the The pastor's eldest son, consists of black and white
Brooklyn where 0. B. B. leader -
announcements in mind.ANTIOCH realized for the sake of the
works of J. S. Bach, Marcel Cpl. Elliott I. Curry, Just returned the Rev. William Jones is clergymen of all faiths who are soul of black people."
Dupre, J. WlatherMatthew from Vietnam. pastor. working to build a solid eco-
The men reported a total of The meeting of confrontation
Lundquist, Louis Vierne and The Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, nomic base among Negropeo-
Richard Purvis a combinationof $1,850 for Men's Day. The Natioal Director of Opera- ple, by increasing fair em- on demands with P. Lorillard -
sensitivity and skill. Thisis pastor recently organized the Rev. P. W. Wiggins,pastor tion Breadbasket, presented a ployment opporturnities, ex- has been set for April8,
"North and South The church family will en- at the Bethany Church in
Rally"Captains -
another of the Lenten Fea- detailed list of demands cov- panding Negro businesses and
tures of the Church. The pub- of the North are:Sisters Joy your fellowship at its pastor's ering Jobs, their quality, cate- developing sound financial institutions Brooklyn.
Third Anniversary beginning -
lic is invited. Rev. Harold D. Bessie Woodard, Ruby gory and quanity; i. e.the num- thereby overcom-
4 at
Long, minister. Thomas, Bertha WaHcer: ; bro Thursday,, April ber of black people holding ing the economic destitution
thers Lucious McGriff and 8 p.m and terminating Sunday, significant positions with the which results in the physical GREATES SAINT LUKERev.

Period Curry. Captains of the April 7, at 3 p.m. firm, the number of lawyers, and spiritual destruction of the
The following visiting min- 0. Taylor, pastor
South are: Sisters Beatrice accountaints black community.
TEMPLE BAPTIST isters will render services physicians, Eula McNeal
Grant Rosa Jackson Ernes- reporterThe
etc. employed and persons Representing P. Lorillardwere
during this time No. Two Choir wishesto
tine Peters and Brother :
Baptism and the Lod'sSupper ;
Samuel Russell Thursday, April 14, Rev. holding distributorships or its chief executive of- thank all those who came out
will be administered dur- R, C. Solomon of New Mt. Zion Jobber positions.The demands ficer and chairman of the to help them put over their
ing the morning service on also covered the nature and
Baptist of Hialeah. board, Manuel Yellen, B. First Anniversary
Sunday. The Palm Sunday pro extent of involvement of P. Lowell Jacobsen Vice Presi-
EVERGREEN Friday, April 5, Rev. We are reminding all mem-
cession will be held during the Lorillard in black advertisingmedia
dent in of
charge personneland
Samuel Atchinson of Mt. Cal- bers that our series of programs
evening, as requested by the Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor vary Baptist Church. (including national and three other company officials for our Women's Day,

late Mother Ethel, before her Minnie Hunter, reporterThe Sunday, April 7, Rev. W. M. local newspapers and maga- Including two public has begun, and everyone is
death Evergreen Church is Davis of First Baptist of zines, radio stations and black relations representatives. asked to please participate. On
The singing groups and thec temporarily located at 1701 Brownsville. disc Jockeys) and the whole Mr. Yellen made the following the third Sunday afternoon,

h 11 d r en are preparing for NW 69th St., which is the Mt. question of black imagery, statement: "P. Lorillard Co. Sister McNeal Is sponsoring"The
Easter services that promiseto Twelve Brother
Aaron Church. ---------- Keys,
be spiritually uplifting and The pastor and congrega- CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Anderson of Jordan Grove is
rewarding. Plan to spend the tion were invited to Rev. Tay- BROWNS CHAPEL SHILOHRev. narrator. The third Sunday

day at Temple. lor's Church located inHolly- "Unreality" is the subjectof A. M.Griffin,pastor night, the HermanThomasGospel
The Temple family extends wood at 3 p.m. onAprl21. the Lesson-Sermon tobe Rev. J. E. Brown, pastor Cheryl English, reporter Singers will be here in

deepest sympathy to the familyof pastor is acing Urif you prepare read this week in all ChristianS Easter Sunday Rev. Griffin behalf of our Women's Day.
the late Mrs. Rosa Lee yourselves to go. c i e n c e Chruches. The Re- Let's not forget to pray for

Staley, whose funeral services General Conference night sponsive Reading includes and congregation will conveneat our sick and shut-ins and boys

were held at the church Mon- will be April 9, Tuesday, at 8 these verses from Proverbs: New Hope Baptist Church, overseas.
day. Special mention Is madeof p.m. Business of vital Import "Let not mercy and truth for- for the Easter Sunrise service -

the Harris family. ance. sake thee: bind them about thy Everyone is welcome. MT. SINAIRev.
The pastor wishes to thank Visitors, you are always neck; write them upon th tableof
the No. Two Choir, ushers and welcome to come in and wor- thine heart: So shalt thou Friday night is our monthly Cleo Albury, pastor
other members who served at ship with us. find favor and good under- conference meeting.All members Patricia Austin, reporter*
St. Peter's Baptist Church in Our prayers are extended to standing in the sight of God and are asked to be present. Thepastor wishes to thankall
Perrine on Sunday morning the sick, hoping that they will man." Listen to "The Bbile officers, members, arid"visi;
during the session of the Min- soon recover. Speaks to You" program Remember the fourth Sun- tors for helping to make our
isters and Deacons' Union of day in May is our Men's Day. Mortgage Burning program a
Atlantic Coast Baptist Asso- broadcast over radio stationWMBMSundayApril7atl45 Deacon Harmon,chairman and success. Our guest minister

ciation. TRIUMPHPrince p.m.Fifth The Rev. C. Reaves,a mem- Deacon Brown, cochairman.Our Rev. J.W.Stephenson delivered -
Church of Christ a spiritual and dynamic
W. Roberts: pastor ber and associate minister at
BROWNSVILLE BAPTISTRev. Phillip Roundtree, reporter Scientist, 1600 NW 54th St.,* Brown's Chapel Baptist pastor's wife has lost message.

We were honored to have our welcomes all.ZION, Church, will be ordained her brother, we are asking the The church General Drive
J. E, Wright, pastor chief Bishop with us on the fifth April 14, at 2j30: p.m. church and everyone to pray has been extended one
The pastor, officers, and Sunday, the Rt. Rev. D H. HOPERev. He is a former member of for her during her bereave- month. This will enable everyon -

members of group four would Harris along with the National Paul Freeman, pastor New Hope Baptist Church,was ". e to make their report.

like to thank Rev. F. L. John- Youth Superior Mother E. B, Sis. E, Jackson, reporter appointed by the pastor as dean Monthly conference will be
son for delivering such spirited Harris.To Easter practice will beheld and director over the educa- Baptism is Sunday, so let us held Thursday at 8 p.m. membert -

message on last Sunday. all the youth you are invited Monday, at 4 p.m., we are ask- tional department. He workedin all go to the waters and Invite please attend.
You are invited to attend a to.come out on Wednes- ing all children to be present. that capacity for three yearsat the Holy Spirit in.Remember Let us all continue to pray
Musical program this satur- day evening to what is called They will have their Easter the same time he attended the sick and for our sick and shut-in members -

day, April 6, at 8 p.m. There puripy class. Our speaker will''program Easter Sunday, at school at Florida Theological shut-Ins in your prayers. All visitors are welcometo '
will also be a Bar-B-Quesale be a student from Miami 6:30 p.m. Can we count on your Seminary at Lakeland Floridafor come and worship with us:

this Friday and Saturday nightat Northwestern Senior High- support.We four years, and is now the
the church, sponsored by School, Miss Linda Davis. So are still asking every- president of the student body,
group two. come on out and be with us, one to pray for the sick and and chairman of the student OUR CLASSIFIED ADS
the will hear somethingthat shut-ins. We are saying to all council.
Let us always remember maybe you
sick and less fortunate in our will interest you. The our visitors you are always Friends, relatives and pub- L BRING RESULTS
prayers. address is 6825 NW 20th Ave. welcome to worship with us. lic are invited.

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Annual Seminar For High School ,
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Northwestern who was formerly the radio so that all of :
I a Dorseyite, read about Florida can enjoy them! More
our students "Getting Ready"last about this later . "
week and wrote the following Meanwhile, back at Student High School Journalism Following Jinks' talk, stu- columnist for The Miami
: Council headquarters, Patricia dents will hear the profes- dents will divide into smaller News, for Sigma Delta Chi.
"I read the article In the Mi- Evans, president, an- sionals discuss "The Mass groups to hear members of the Speaking to the students will
ami Times about most of Dor- nounces some important dates Media;, Fact Finders and Opinion sponsoring organizations, as be Dave Behrens, Frank R3S-
sey's seniors wanting to come coming up: Color Day, April Formers" at the sixth annual well as other professionals in sler, Barry Sheft, Jim Dance,
to Northwestern and as a former 17. Next, the annual Field Tripto Journalism seminar Saturday the area, discuss their specific Fred Sherman, Juanita
Dorseylte Fm goingto Haulover on April 27. Mr. April 6, at the North fields. Greene, Dick Klund Stan
give you some useful tips H. Bethel, sponsor also men- Campus of Mlaml-Dade Jun- Areas to be covered are Johnson Bob East, Don
.. First, don't be out of school if tioned that School Beautification ior College. news reporting, for newspapers Wright, Dave Cross and Herb
you can help it. Obey your Week will also be scheduled Sponsored by the Greater television and radio; interpreting Kelly.
teachers. Don't cut class or in the near future.Next lets Miami Chapters of Sigma the facts, with Others are Larry Thompson -
'get in trouble. Avoid fights, back up and mentlontthatscience Delta Chia and Theta Sigma background stories for Joan McHale, John Crit-
disturbances and commotions."My classes will Join Stu- Phi, honorary Journalism fra- straight news, editorials and tenden, Ken Heinrich, Nancy
next piece of advice is: dent Council in a Field Trip to ternities for men and women, columns; advertising and pub- Taylor and Al Burt.Registration .
Join at least one club.Some of the Museum of Science April the seminar will gather some lic relations; cartoons and
will take
our most popular are the Vocational 10th. Other Student Council 300 Juniors and seniors,from photography; entertainment; placein
Club, Boy Counse- activities planned: Student Dade County's public, parochial humor and special features; front of Wolfson Learning
lors, Drama Club, Girl Advi- Council Spring Dance, May 3, and private schools and women's pages; sports reporting Resources Center, from 8:30
sors, and many others. and a drive for Variety Child- their Journalism instructors. and editing and make until 9 a.m. with the opening
session in Room 2147 of the
"And last, 'Shoot for the rens Hospital. In addition, a Larry Jinks, MLnagingEdi-
sun. You may miss ?and hit play will be presented toDor- tor of The Miami Herald, will up.Dr.. Miry-Jeanette Taylor, Center. Smaller sessions will
*a' star This means to set your seyites before the end of the give the keynote address at the Dean of Student Personnel be held, in Scott Hall.MiamiDade's .

,, goals high, so that even if you school year. . Who said our 9 a.m. opening session. His Services at M-DJC North, is North Campus
I do miss, you will still hit an- Student Council doesn't do topic: The Role of the Mass seminar chairman for Theta is located 1138ONW 27th
other good one and be"Some much? Media in Society. Sigma Pal; Jack Roberts, Ave.
one" in the United States." Parents! You can still buy

Wise words, John! We hope those student pictures, for
all true Dorseyites will heed $2.75 a naek. Just send your-
them. . money in for the pictures :

Look for the names of Honor Coach E, Clappstates; Win
\ Roll students in this column or lose, fm sure the boys will I BTW Community School News
shortly, Over 150 students give everything they have.
have earned this distinction Dorsey Track Team sustaineda
and Afl Highlights of the past week at Booker Washington Jr. High
we shall print the very great loss when Charles E,
highest 10 or 15 names when Drew opened and absorbed a D N Community School centered around the Teens' Club and the

:{ we break them down. Congratulations some of ,our top track stars. newly-formed Downtown Community Scout Basketball League.
.1 to But this The Teens' Club went by bus to witness the performance
our o r s e y year, we are especially -
t;" scholarsl They would make proud of our 7th graders and tJ of the Ramsey Lewis Trio at MIami-Dade Junior College on
( any school In the County proud aim to slowly rebuild our track t Wednesday night, March 27. Members participating were Carol

: to have them . Remember team. The Semifinal Track ,, iy Taylor, chairman of activities; Idella Thompson, Cheryl Mc-
i . .the higher your grades are, Meet for Zone Three schools Kinney, Connie Wilson, Lillian Brown, Theresa Smith, Alton
; the more chance you have of held at Moore park tells us Jones, Marsha Dortch, Mary Starks, Charles Conley, Ruby
succeeding in llfel i l And the that Dorsey still has plenty to Jones, and Mercidias Robertson. The chaperones were Mrs.
Band Played on . In preparation offer in Track. You'll read Marie Daniels, and Mrs. Dorothy Martin Mr.Roosevelt With-
for the Music Festival, about these results as soon as erspoon is leader of the club.
about which you will hear we receive them. The Downtown Community Scout Basketball League is com-

more, students were treated to Spring vacation! Parents,be ----- posed of Troops In the downtown area. Lt Leroy Smith, Scout-
( a concert by the Dorsey Concert advised that school will be (3)) "The Young One Kinney" from Radio WMBM master of Troop 77 is working diligently with the League will

r Band In an assembly last closed the week of April812. played host; to the 'Day in Nassau Dance" last Fri announce tournament playoffs sometime later this week.
Jfonday . one evening in the Enjoy the Holidays. We'll see day. The kids "dig" his emceeing the most and especially The educational-academic classes which began operationon
not-too-distant future in the Monday of this week are;Arts and Crafts,instructed
you you Easter Parade! go for his tremendous collection of records He by Mr.
Lewis Blake and
a Learning Laboratory instructed
by Mrs.
(I has helped out a number of Dorsey dances 'in the past, Bettie Campbell.. Both classes will operate each Monday Wed-
and has a big following at Dorsey. nesday and from
Friday 3-30: to 5:30p.m.Beginning typing is
also being offered from 4 to5:30p.m.: on the same days. Mrs.

_. Mary Bloomfield is the instructor in this course.
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Times PROGRESS issue in social studies classrooms. w

These ninth graders pose with their copies. Left to (4)) Miss Maxine Thurston holds the attention of
right (top): Frederick Bryant, Andrew Gundy, Johnny
students as she explains the role of the Urban League in
Mitchell. Left to right (bottom) Justine
: Kath/
serving the community. She stressed the idea that stu
: leen Finder, Brenda King, Paulette Wallace.
dents should know about agencies that serve them and

get involved with and participate in programs that im-

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I paration for the Zone 3 semi-finals./ Over the years , ONLY'U At ho frO"'O.MINUTIS'' *MOM' No"h-Io'h ANTWHIM",.IN,....."
I Dorsey has compiled/ an enviable number of first MIAMI
*7n track and field events. No school in Dade County ((5)) A former Dorseyite, now a popular student at CORNER Phone N.W.54th ST I NW. 3rd AVE.
McArthur High School, "Chick"Cox holds forth withhis 751.7502
" has more trophies cluttering up offices and storage Or2010 Biscayne Blvd. FR
group, the well-known "Chevrons. They performed last 1.0401Broward JA 2.5131
spaces than Dorsey I We even put a few on display in the Nassau" Mil
"I' week at the "Day in Dance. (Although the PIUVIRY ANYWMIM U.I.A.
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On March 30, at Miami Bullard. She is a Junior at MI- Strachan, who was the producer + i f ,
'Northwestern Sr. High School, ami Killian High School. and stage director of this

the Miami Alumnae Chapter of In second, third, and fourth unique and unusual convoca-
i pelta; 1 Sigma Theta Sorority place were Carol Wright, tion of musical excellence..
w.rF its 2 5th Annual Jab- Mr. Strachan
presented daughter of Mr. and Mrs. was ably assisted s
berwock. in this endeavor by Mrs.
Willie Wright, also a studentat
The Jabberwock theme this Miami Killian, Cheryl Robinson :: Marisela Sarmiento and Mrs.
3.szRry,a , year was "Psychedelic MoodsIn daughter of Mr. and Anita Waller whose stage designs {
t t Three Phases. The cochairmen Mrs. Theodore Robinson and a were more than breath-
were: Mrs. Mildred Junior at Miami Northwestern taking, the psychedelic light-
Jones, Mrs. Evelyn Wynn, Senior High, and Lynda Lock- ing of the various sets was
Mrs. Dorothy. Sawyer (Program man, daughter of Mr.and Mrs. chiefly the brainchild of Mr.
chairman) and Mrs. Frank Lockman, a senior at Fernley Murray and Mrs.
Margaree RaifordCoronanon Miami Killian. Lorraine Strachan.
j The president, Mrs. Gussie
The title Miss Junior Jab-
Ervin would like to take this
1 Over 700 delighted patrons berwock was won by Cas- opportunity to publicly thank
sat enthralled in the beauty and sandra Johnson! daughter of all who made this evening of
pagentry of the coronation of Mrs. Frances Johnson and a psychedelic entertainment the w

Miss Jabberwock. The cere- 9th grader at Charles R Drew success it was, with a special
monies were so impressivethat High School. The Second place note of appreciation to Mr r
they rivaled the academy winner was Sharon Deliford, James "Silky' Williams for
:awards for sheer drama and daughter of Mrs. Naomi Deli- his wonderful Job as our mas-
suspense in that the winnersin ford and a 7th grader at North ter of ceremoiies.In .

the contest were not known Dade Jr. High. 1969, Delta will presentits

until they were crowned. In the presentation of the 26th Annual Jabberwock.

The winner in the senior 'magnificent "Psychedelic We, sincerely hope to see all
division was the petite and Moods" Delta is indebted to of our friends then far another

lovely Johnnyce Bullard, the talents and know-how of evening of unparalled enjoy- Photos by Bill Harris, Glamour Studio
daughter of Maedon and John Miami's own Richard ment.
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Statewide Conference On Prejudice The Best For Less At


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;'. A statewide Conference on lanta, Memphis, Cleveland, recognition of the oneness of covenants and conventions on
.I Prejudice and Human Rights Richmond (California), El mankind. The painful but inevitable human rights and for the
will be held in Miami, June Paso and Bellingham (Washington broadening of each establishment of a U. N. High :
21-22, under the sponsorship ). These conferences man's allegiance from his own Commissioner's Office for I
of the Miami Baha'iCommun- will cover human rights as ethnic, racial, religious, national Human Rights.
ity; The Conference is opento they relate to employment, cultural and economic The Baha'i Faith teaches a
; all interested organizations housing, prejudice, youth, the group to the wider embrace of belief in the oneness of man-
and individuals. American Indian and the Mexi- all mankind constitutes the kind and has from its origin
I The Conference will reviewthe can American. central revolution of our time. 1844 in Iran pioneered in
area of prejudice as it relates Recently the North American Every per son is affected by creating truly integrated com-
to human rights and make Baha'i Communities issu- this revolution,which calls for munities around the world.
recommendations on future ed a statement on human rights changes in the provincial attitudes Baha'is strive to promote a
courses of action in this area. entitled: Human Rights Are and behavior of all the belief in and acceptance of the
Meetings will be held at the God-Given Rights. The state- people of the world." dignity of all men regardlessof
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Spearing w ith........: I!r New Sounds And {ti

> ;Q: ,'' I Sights Of Sebring I IBy

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} :: Thirty seconds before me
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BY HARRY SPEAR i stBtt ::' start of the race is probably the
I Itt ;|: quietest. Drivers are lila ready I
M f ;!: position for the LeMans start,
Spring training came to a close Wednesday, j$, the crowd quiets in anticipation.
Here are some of my statistics and opinions of the Orioles. _ ) 1td ::: The starting horn sounds and
Before the opening of the season which opens April 9th they I #e :ij:, now we have a mass profusion
will be down to 25 players,at present,they have 28, only three :: of sounds and sights. Drivers :'i'::
be cut.Manager Hank Bauer and coaches :s
more to had their work
"' >::; running to their cars, pit crews
out to bring the squad of 21 pitchers and infielders reae IE
cut out-
j;: yelling, car doors closing. All ;;
and catchers down to where '.
fielders they are now. This was no -
:| of which lead to that one beau- =.
easy job.As I mentioned before, there will be some disappointed tr sk tr.Aw ti J tiful sound of a racing engine ,,0:'
who were to get cut.Up to March 29 here :-
players are some 5 come to life -- the race is on. ::
of the leading, batters: Don Buford 350, Frank Robinson 313, Early In the race It becomes apparent the Porshce
Elrod Hendricks, a rookie catcher 294; another rookie,chico ti prototypes are the cars to beat.But there were no takers :'jj
Fernandez 286, Mervin Rettenmund another rookie, 269. AU x and they roared to a 1-2 finish. ,j:
the pitchers that are left are showing their old form which is I Of the 36 cars that finished, 16 of them,were stock- jjj

very encouraging. That's the reason I am not counting the it type American autos.Camaro,Cougar, Mustang,Jave- :$
Orioles out of the pennant race. As we all know, spring train- lin (oh those Javelins) etc. makes one wonders if Se-
ing is for the purpose of picking your best squad of players. bring Is becoming an extension of Daytona. ::;i

I interviewed Brooks Robinson a couple days after being I Miami was well represented at Sebring. The Raceo
beaned in Sundays game against Pittsburg. team, John Gunn, Eddie Alveraz, lost both of their entries ::
he doesn't feel any after effects. Brooks is Mr. third base- I within one lao of each other. However, the Port :::
man in both leagues. They say he has eyes in his glove and of Entry teantof Bruce Hollander and Hugh Rempeter y$:

also calls him the vacuum cleaner,which means,he hardly letsa S.E.A.C. OUTSTANDING FORWARD ti driving a Shelby GT. 350, did finish. At Sebring this in ::
ball go by him. He is one of the nicest players you want to $ itself is a feat. :::
meet in baseball.Now Athletic Director and Basketball Coach, Walter $ "Hey moo ami, you wish too race with me?" Now if :::
for the Miami Marlins, who are the farm team of the Fordham congratulates Florida Memorial College Lions you change that too "hey cheerle?"as you pull along j::

Orioles. The Marlins, Saturday, named their first ballplayerfor basketball star forward, Sylvester Singletary for his ) side of $26, a Javelin, driven by one of the two Motor j:
the 1968 baseball season. He is Jim Palmer, the hero of achievement of outstanding forward in the South Eastern y|: Maids from MacMilUan Ring-Free Oil Company. A ,ij
the 1966 world series for the Orioles, who joined the Marlinsfor Athletic Conference during the 1967-68 season. Single j$$ race you would have gotten. Whats more they both are :ijj :;

the last month of the past season. He apparently needs tary stands 6-6", is a native of Jacksonville, Florida, ti5 j; very attractive. Speaking beauty: ,Cynthia Flowers of ti
more, time 't 0 work his arm Into proper shape, and will do sowith and is a senior majoring/ / in elementary education. The : Tampa, was quite active In'the pit area. Taking plcti
the Marlins. The remainder of the Marlins squad is expected Lions ended the season with an encouraging record : tures, getting autographs, especially that of actor jj
to be named shortly, and is anticipated be the finest 15-13. : James Garner. We tried to interest Mr.Garner in ijj ,

Marlin team to open a season here in Miami.A .. ti j! sponsoring our car. We are still looking. $j
full house Is expected to witness. The opening ball gameon .t:', : t'%' . \ ' .t' |:i We started this article talking about sounds of racing :
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Saturday, April 13, with much fun and excitement for all. .. ': :''"''''j''j'fld.Aj\; ,, +'.1>' .; ",. ; ,(,.< ,,4' \>fi'rS :" .,'C9H ij: as we know them today. The throaty, almost emotional ijji
The Marlins are training at Fernandina Beach and will be here ': q l. . ,'. .'":: ',,'.:. ', w" ." I ..' .."WfK ,. ,"''a s.. ::ji:. communicable sound of the piston engine. The
April 10,at the Miami Stadium for pre-workouts before open- .;. .1 :. :: Involved sound. But now, these sounds, the involved
::j:: sounds, are being threatened by the constant,high pitch
ing season. The public is invited free to this occasion. -.-... :
::j::: whine, of the turbine engine. The Howmet TX Is such
::j:; a car.Forced out oDe race because of a broken motor
: mount. The Howmet was In seventh place at the time.
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Earl Monroe, the first draft choice of the Baltimore Bullets,
''': '':!1' j:: Standing behind this baby when it starts,can be dan-
has been named Rookie of the Year in the National Basketball
::: gerous. The fire and heat that comes out can burn. I t:
Association in the annual poll of sportscasters and sports-
:j wonder what its like, going Into a sharp, tight, slow $
writers. j: turn and you are behinda Howmet TX, in a open cockcj
Monroe polled 78 out of 79 %
t4as j: pit car? Marshmallow anyone! :;:
ballots cast. One vote was cast
for Bill Bradley of the New York if..N..Yo.N.-w;.............;.......;.;.:.:.:.;.;.;.;.:...;'9' .....................!.o!.....:. .:.:.:..,

Knickerbockers.Monroe rbr# y a*: r
finished the 1967-68 "Summer Cooldown"Attorney

season as the 4th highest scorerin w.._____ ___., r_ _,. - _. -- --

the NBA with 1.991 points fora Dade County Ball Fields General Earl Building.F .
24.3 per game average, tying i r c lot h has announced a "The goal is to profile riot
with his illustrious Philadelphia "Summer cooldown" conferdisorders and set a tone to
Get ReconditionedThe
neighbor, Wilt Chamberlain, in ence on law enforcement April prevent future disturbances,"
that department. Earl the Pearl Metropolitan Dade County Park and Recreation Depart- 18 at the Municipal Justice Faircloth said.
became the 5th Rookie in As- ment recently received 2,875 tons of red clay from Georgia at
sociation history to score more Ey the Parks shop for useinre-conditioningbaseballand softball

than 1,900 points in his first try. diamonds.The Merchants who advertisein
Wilt Chamberlain of Philadel- clay arrived in about fifty flat-bottom Seaboard Rail-

phia ((2,702)), Walt Bellamy of road gondolas, and was unloaded and transported to twenty

New York- (2.4Gnsear--- -Robertson ---- -- parks and play-grounds throughout Dade County by the park The Miami Times are
of Cincinnati (2,165) and Crews.

Rick Barry of San Francisco(2,059)), also accomplished this Thirty-four ball diamonds were reconditioned and ready telling they appreciate
for play in time for the official opening of the ball sason on you
will receive$500 for being voted Rookie of the Year. March 9.Above.
Earl's rise in NBA circles hit the summit after the All-Star Parks and Recreation Department employee George doing business with
Game. He joined the top 10 scorers in the Association with Allen spreads red clay on ball field at North Regional Recre-

consistent performances of 30 or more points a game. He ation Center, Opa-locka.- Metro Parks photo.

broke all Bullets' scoring records with 56 points against the you. They are courteous,
Los Angeles Lakers on February 13 in Baltimore. In that game :

Jerry West got 47 and Elgin Baylor 32, for the Lakers. Jackson's Toddle Inn where
Last year Monroe as a unanimous small college AllAmerican I dependable. Shop
choice at Winston-Salem College where he setan all-time PRESENTSAN

record for scoring in a college season with 1,329 points and a I are appreciated!
41,5 per game average. He had a .607 field goal percentageand I tt 11 you
in one game against Fayetts yule College he scored 68 I I Para bb as
Points. Against North Carolina College he hit on 22 out of 24

field goal attempts and ended up the night with 58 points. EASTER DRAMA ,r f

MIAMI-DADE vs PALM BEACH PACERSOn Sunday, April 7, 1968

Friday and Saturday (April 5-6) the Falcons of Demie
Mainieri will host the Palm Beach Pacers at Falcon Field on 3:30 p.m.ST. Bishop R. ,. .
the M-DJC North Campus. Friday's affair will start at 3 p.m.

and Saturday's game is slated for 1 p.m. Penn, Founder
After compiling a win streak of 19 consecutive games, PAUL INSTITUTIONAL CHURCH
Mainieri's Falcons were stopped on Saturday by a strong New
Haven College team. The string of 19 victories tied the pre- 1876 N.W. 51st STREET i

vious record set in 1964 by the Miami-Dade North National ,y.
The Falcons squad.are currently boasting a 24-4 over-all recordand Main Office: 101 NW 30th -Pompano Bed, Fla.
with 13-1 FJCC record Th. famously known Proph.t P.nn says you can b.
are far
ahead in the
A blessed right now. (II Chronicle 20:20)B.fl.v.) in the
Lord your God, so shall y. b. established. Believe In
GULFSTREAMLOOKING FOR AN EXTRA DAY OF RACING Madam Ann his prophets, so shall y. prosper.
W You are Invited to attend our worship service each
Reader and Advisor
Florida Racing; com- Spiritual Sunday morning at 11. Blessings and deliverance service *
Gulfstream Park has applied to the 17) Ar. you facing difficult Poor Health? each Thursday night at 9 p.m.
mission to run an extra day to make up for the day (Jan. Money or Job Troubl.? Drink, Love or Family Troubles? CONSULTATION DAILYi Tuesday Saturdays.
lost at Hialeah due to a horsemen's boycott. Do you want more happiness and good fortune In life? TImel 10 a.m.-2 p.m., 5 p.m.-9 p.m.
"Due circumstances thatresultedinHIa- If you hove any of these problems or others like them, Are you worried, confused, can't find your way ?
to the unfortunate resultant loss in revenueto dear friend, there Is wonderful news of a remarkablenew If so, make your way to the CHURCH OF GOD IN
leah losing a day of racing and the Saturday: April way of help. Also your lucky days and lucky SPIRIT, where so many people are coming dally from
the state and horsemen, I have applied for numbers. See Madam Ann today.$5 reading, $3 with Ad. all parts of the world, seeking deliverance, spiritually
20 to be a regular day of racing in order to make up the ap- OPEN 9 A. M. TO 9 P. M. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY by PROPHET PENN.
and approximately Yours truly Secr.tary"Church of God In Spirit, Inc.r .
proximately $120,000 in revenue to the Phone: 691-9583 9751 N. W.27th Avenue
currently is lost,
$40,000 in purses to the horsemen that MIAMI, FLORIDA

said James Donn Jr., Gulfstream president.

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SEE THIS 2 BDRMS, 1 bath, enclosed front porch

/ OPEN 7 DAYS FHA, CBS, $11,000, $350 down, $68.31 month.

jpMH ft $ Pretty corner house, aluminum siding, awnings, 2 BDRM, I BATH, CBS, tile rf, vynl firs, cpt.,
"Buster" Newbold Alonsa P. Francis, j a l ou s i e windows, stove, refrig. Price only front porch, $10,900, l,000down,_$70 mo. all.
Owner Funeral Director $6,000 with $800 down and $75 month.
LEWIS "BUSTER" NEWBOLD 3 BDRM, I BATH, CBS, tile rf, vynl firs, lovely.
formerly associated with Home the M. H. Rohmings Funeral ::, BEAUTIFUL NEW AREA IN OPA-LOCKA $12,400, $1,000 down, $105 mo. pays all.

wishes to Announce the Opening of: 3 'bedroom,, 2 bath CBS, large corner lot, carport, TWO-2 BDRM, I BATH CBS HOUSES on one lot.
THE SOUTH BROWARD FUNERAL HOME gas hutl {jalousie windows, Stove, refrigerator,' 77x142. LIVE RENT FREE in one. $100 mo. Income
"I"alr i conditioner, sprinkler syitemtBargain at-' from other. $13,500$1,500 down, $115
903 FOSTER ROAD, HALLANDALE, FLA. $13,500 FHA, $350 down and $84.35 month. (Our; 1, mo.

'Serving Dade and Breward Counties" Ir/ Opa,.....,i.r.b.loccka. .:t'-r-,"phone' .. ,\',';number. .Is 624.3666). '.. .1')'.:"Vj\; '{\'", ..'r'\' ',.'1,,\1>> CBS DUPLEX, 2 BDRMS, 1 bath ea. side. Can
PHONES: be used as a 4 bdrm, 2 bath home. Large garage.
922-44I3, Hallandale NA I-73I8, OpolockoNORTH'S NO QUALIFYING MOVE IN! MUST SEE. $14,000, $1,500 down, $125 mo.

3 bedroom CBS on 91st St. & 15th Ave. Tile roof, WE HAVE MANY MORE CALL US
fenced yard, bar-b-q, wall to wallcarpeting, stove
* *,* *.* * ,* *
refrigerator, central heat, 4 air conditioners,
TUNE IN TO JON CARLTON in the Real Estate
price $14,000, $1500 down and take FHA
Corner, WMBM, 1490 KC, Friday 3:00 p.m. and
STAR-STODRED' mortgage of$12,500$95.85 mo. pays everything. 9:00 p.m. Get Real Estate information and call


CBS,',tile, roof, front and-back porches, ,,sprinkler,
Escorted Alr.Conditloned'f '.,system, stove'refiigeiator, air conditioner. FHA

BUS TOUR OF FLORIDA tiZii r bargain, a'f$11,000 with $350 down and $68.3111I0. King Realty, Inc. of Miami

Visiting eight beautiful cities: SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS "King Size 8000 NW 7th
| Buye'R: TORS
St. Ocala,
Daytona Tampa locka DADE
3 bedroom CBS, new area in Opa- jalousie COUNTY
+ Orlando, Winter Haven, St Ave
Petersburgand ISOUR
lot. at
windows, stove, refrigerator, large Bargain 'I
Sarasota $10,500, $300 down and $65.43 month, FHA. (Our -
Eight-Day All-Expense Trip Opo-locko number is 624-3666)). CALL

$126.00two( to a room) : -.;; : SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS,. 693.2881BEAUTIFUL
$157.80single( room) 'Modern 3 bedroom* 2 bath CBS In new urea'2
,:Icar arport,t'tle roofreverse cycle air condition-
Gt Fr. Brochure. Male trvation
, 4r'! -Ialousle windows. FHA bargain "at, $13,000.
r.'A-with, $400 down and $80.82 month. ' : e irf
Escorted Air-Conditioned
BUS TOUR OF FLORIDA ;|fyyw |e7/e/ '
CBS, 3 bedrooms, large enclosed front porch, din-
Visiting three beautiful cities: ing room, garage. Near Shadowlawn Elementary
S Ocala, Silver Springs, St. Petersburg School at 47th Terrace near MW 1st Ave. Price is WATERFRONT PROPERTY
Three-Day All-Expense Trip $12,500 with $600.down. No red tape. Move inl 942I. LITTLE RIVER BLVD

$47.20(two to a room) HAVE iIOMEStr Beautiful 3 bedroom, Fla room, garage, carport,
stove, refrigerator. FHA terms.
$61.60single( room) 1?' 'CANBUY.; :, 'ANYfOF),OUR' 'FHA'HOMES' ,:' I';
Ct Fr.. Brochure. Make Rirvarlon Nowl $100 OOWN,IF.. REi'A"YETORIBEING/" : 1050 NW 91 I STREET
1PJ", r ACE,D'A D..I IF, YOU, '.CANQUALIFY' :; Lovely 2 bedroom, 2 bath. Cravera Lakes area.
See this. No qualifying.

Visiting Kingston and Montego BayFiveDay SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT!!! house, beautiful kitchen. Ideal for retired
couple. No qualifying.
$191.95 16000 NW 27th AVENUEIn
Includes: Air Fare, Transfers, ( 27th Ave. Shopping Center) I709 NW 93 TERRACE (
Hotels and Meals, SightseeingG 624-3666 Open 7 Daysl! 2 bedroom cutie. Built-in range and oven. 7 years

.. ,.,. new. Great terms.BEAUTIFUL .
Fr.. Brochur. Make Rirvatlon Nowl) ,''''!!_niI'',,,, r. : '. ', W' d/l./ "" \':
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AIR TOUR TO NASSAU 'REA'Ltf;! 3 bedroom, well, pump and sprinkler, awnings.!
Five-Day AII-Expense Trip Has one bedroom apt. for income. FHA'terms.
$129.00 BROKER ,, ', \. i 6401 N. MIAMI AVENUE
Includes: Air Fare, Transfers, >' 1 Corner 3 bedroom, 2 bath, beautiful I well kept
Hotels and Meals, Sightseeingand 4932. NW 7th Ave. house. Call for details.
Night Club visits '
fi,. PL 9.4371 'i'f," "r, ':' ; OPEN 7 DAYS A
Ol Fr. Brochure. Mad Rirvalion NowlNORTH'S WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE
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TRAVEL BUREAUa 'f specialize in homes for
: persons being displaced
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CLASSIFIED! ADS RoomS. FOR prefer RENT working .i'"\.W w",",."ill" ;.)MmfTSicfc. ' I:I .: I"" .1'.;::"{'1':.:' ...,', j"

business "
nurses or woman. ',
I 15 WORDS OR LESS $ 5C FOR EACH You live away from landlords. ., .. , :" ... ... ... .:t.:.:. .. i
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TUESDAY 6 P.M. house with other nurses good A crowa of 2,400 studentsat "You may not like them,"he

FOR SALE FOR SALE neighborhood, nicely furnished Florida A&M University in said!, "but black people have
FOR SALE use of large kitchen, din Tallahassee, beard former Stokelet Carmichael, Rap
!INO QUALIFYING! Freshly painted Inside and outside 2 BEDROOM: CBS ing room, living room and Fla. Congressman Adam Clayton Brown and "the old man of the

2485 NW 89th Terrace.Large, 2 bedroom 1 bath Fla. Total price $13,900 With $450 room, near busline, bank,, Powell say Sunday that the sea."

large CBS with Fla. room.All room, garage, CBS, FHA down this is beautiful hard- north south expressway. Rea- "day of non-violence is over. "Who does Charlie have?"

rooms are spacious. $87 $10500, $250 down, $77 month wood floors, beautiful large, sonable rent. To see call NE He waved three fingers in the he asked. "Name me one leader -
month pays all, convenientdown Veterans or displaced persons large Florida room with book 5-4805. air in what he called"the victory he has that people
young can
payment we trade. $100 down, Atlantic and Pacific cases all like new home It'sa sign of the Watts revolu- follow."
Realty Broker 887- Realtors steal. come and this Government resales tion" he
Gregor 666-0411. see a new list as spoke. He called for withdrawal of
0403. buy the best area.A. Ben-Kc1rl this week call, 223-3272 or Powell called for "a revo-
U. S.troops from Vietnam and
No Realtor call 759-2425 lution to remake ,
quaUfyingincomepro- anytime 226-6433. W. M.Archer America. urged the students to withold
House & Lot. Partly furnishedCity perty 2 lovely CBS houses in Realty, Broker. "Jesus said if a man hits their votes because there was
water and heat. $7200. 1 lot. Front 2 bedroom 1 bath 1313 NW 96th Street custom you, turn the other,cheek'he, not a single candidate he would
97th St. Call even- dining 3 bedroom 2 bath Rooms for Cooking said. "After that beat the hell
2143 NW room, extra large Fla. on lake- No pensioners. support but A. C. P. (Adam
ings OX 1-6010. room, carport, awnings, wall qualifying large modern kit Call after 7 p.m. 693- out of him. Clayton Powell).
to wall carpet.Rear 2 bedroom chen, screened patio,air-con- 2534. He said that on Tuesday he He told his audience "It's

BUSINESS PROPERTYSee 1 bath,awning.Both furnished. ditioned, fenced, tile roof, would speak at Howard Uni- up toyou young people ,black
510 NW 54th Street.Com- Lovely area move right-In. central heat, wall to wall car- Room working man. $12 versity in Washington, D, C., and white, to change society., "
mercial. Zoned C-5. 2 story Close to school, bus,shopping pet, sprinkler system, and week. 758-5097. and hold a news conference"on Veterans Club President.
CBS, large store, 10 feet income $225 month. $2000 much more assume $15,000 te steps of the capitol." Johnny Hill,-introduced-- -------

overhead doors. Ideal for auto down. Monthly payment to suit mortgage at $126.00 monthly Store at 2967 NW 62ndSt.Zon- Powell said he did not go to' Powell. He said the speech

painting: shop-grocery-manu- Atlantic and pacific Realtors priced low $20's. you need ed B-3. $75 per month. First the University of Florida ,in 1 l was part of the university's ,
facturlng. 2 offices plus 2 666-0411. $1,500.00 down we can finance and last month. Call 624-8839 Gainesville where he was 1 i enrichment ,

large furnished apartments, balance if you really (Apr. 27) scheduled to speak Saturday,'I Powell said program.the three fing-
upstairs, air-conditioned, FHA $250 DOWN $77.41 MO. want the best call Aetna Real- because of the shooting of't ershehelduprepresented"victory

rear parking, priced low. Near 22ndAve.2bedroomCBS ty (Broker), 811 NW 54th St., 4845 NW 16th AVENUE three Negroes, one fatally,, over Mr.Charlie and

Owner will finance 6% mortgage Fla. room, garage, hardwood Phone:; 757-5724, open 7 days. 2 bedroom apartment. Dining Thursday night in that city., our Uncle Toms and Aunt Je-
751-5171. floors, newly decorated, mod- room, kitchen,extra large liv- He said an emissary from 1 I mimas."

ern kitchen Arthur Tubin, Living room furniture. Very ing room, beautifully painted, Gov. Claude Kirk told Uni- As he said, "keep the faith
30 used Baby Cribs.' keyour Realtor, 7906 NW 7thAve. Ph. reasonable. 634-4300. 3323 unfurnished except electric versity of Florida organiza baby, big dady is here to tell
pick $7.50. Also new matres- 691-4785. NW 17th Avenue. stove. Weekly$27.50.Call Mr. tions that had invited him that 1 you what it is," the students

ses, $8 to $9.95. Dowd Rental Gross dally 444-6126, event If "there were any trouble"he shouted, "yes, yes tell it like
& Sales, 310 NE 61st St. 751- MODERN 2 BEDROOM CBS Household furniture. Apply a ings 448-2824. would be put in Jail under it is."
8561. TILE ROOF, HARDWOOD real estate office, 175 NW 62 the anti-riot law."

FLOORS, GARAGE. 90th St. Street. 1-4 p.m. 1805 1/2 NW 76th TERRACE "U they law a hand on me POWELL EXHAUSTED

3 BEDROOMS 1 BATH area. FHA terms $450 down. Bungalow. 1 1/2 rooms, un- anywhere," Powell said, "it PHYSICIAN SAYS ,
West Hialeah, total price$11- $93.01 month. Seller pays all NO QUALIFYINGNO furnished, except kitchen. will Ignite a fuse that will burnup

000. $2,500 down, $84 per closing costs. Arthur Tubin CLOSING COSTS Only single person. Weekly America." The Reverend Adam Clay-
month. Call after 6 p.m. 822- Realtor. 7906 NW 7tb Ave. Ph. MOVE RIGHT IN 1650. Call Mr. Gross dally Powell said he welcomed ton Powell, who last week
6756. 761 W. 34th Street. 691-4785. 7725 NW 14th Avenue Great- 444-6126, evenings 448-2824. "white troops" under black launched a speaking tour,

est bargain In town! Like new leadership in a revolution to .commencing in Tallahassee,
1956 Mercury V-8 sedan. Automatic FHA $400 Down $77.61 month 3 bedroom 2 baths.On cor to remark America." He said was admitted to Duke Hospital

50,200 miles. Runs 93rd Street area. 2 bedroom ner lot. Call 235-2958. Nice small house for 1 or 2 the white power structure in Durham, N, C. on Monday,
like new. $165. Owner 754- large Fla. room. Completely no children. $20 week. NE 5- "doesn't have a single leader about 30 minutes before he was
5285. redecorated. We have the key No qualifying. 9210 NW 15th L 5566. ." to have made his second

Arthur Tub In, Realtr. 7906 A v. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, car speaking appearance of the dayon

PRICE REDUCEDTotal NW 7th Ave. Ph. 691-4785. port, $1,600 down payment CAR WASHING 1.50 the Duke University cam-

price $23,500 for this Take over one mortgage. HELP WANTED 2400 NW 62nd Street. Little PUS.

beautiful 3 bedroom 2 bath CBSon LIKE NEW 3 BEDROOM CBS Drive by, then call FensterRealty Refined young woman-strong, Jimmie Wilson. Shortly after Powell was ad-

the canal in beautiful LittleR Tile roof, hardwood floors, Broker, 759-8779. capable. Gentle disposition mitted to the hospital the attending -

ver Drive. Florida room all central heat, garage, sprinkler necessary. Help care for inva- physician issued a'
bedroom spacious, large eat- system. Lovely 9th Ave. 2 bedrooms, CBS, hardwood lid mother. Very light house- TV SERVICE statement saying, "medical
floors FHA terms. City wide 24 hour
area.FHA terms down porch, servic<8
in kitchen! outside pation, $600 hold duties.i Other help$65- symptoms point to a situationthe
Only $10,500. No closing Charge it 634-6714. Castle
large garage,by tar one of the and $98.78 month. Arthur Tu $70 per week, with ample timeoUt medical center would like
best on the canal.Terms bank, bin, Realtor. 7906 NW 7th Ave. Avenue costs. Drive then by 4119 call NW Fenster 23rd Sleep-in 3 days.Sleep-out TV. to observe . symptoms that

don't wait as this has been reduced Phone 691-4785. 2 days. Mr. R. 866-8721. seem due to exhauton."
Broker 759-9779.
Realty, ,
A. Ben-Kori Realtor CHILD CARE
call 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH CBS Mature couple-live In
anytime 759-2425.
FHA terms $14,500 with $450 CORNER POOL HOME home in North Miami Mothers, Mothers, I f you are I
down and$90.12 month.Arthur By owner 3 bedroom, 2 bath. Beach. looking for a clean neat home
43rd STREET AREACharming2bedroom Care of bouse and lawn. Man
Tubin, Realtor. 7906 NW 7th Hardwood floors, awning win- needs drivers license. experienced babysitter good
Ibath Ave. Phone 691-4785. dows, built-in kitchen, all ap- Help food call us pickup and de
CBS neat as a don't mis care for 2 school age childrenand
pin I
pliances awnings, sprinklers, livery. 633-2002 or 633-273 EARN $200 UP WKLY.
this FHA terms $12,500 with 2 dogs. Good salary. References ,
2971 NW 162nd
St.By appoint-
175 NW 68th Street. Modern
$400 down, Vets $1QO down, ment. 624-3376. phone 949-3546. By Investing 1000.
wonderful starter home. A. CBS duplex. FHA terms $600 ]Infants and toddlers. Best of

Ben-Kori, Realtor call any down tile roof, hardwood Like new 2 bedroom 2 bath CBS Mature lady. L I vein lovely e(care in the home. 635-289; I will Train You.

time 759-2425. floors. 1 apartment completely carporte, awning; patio beautiful North Miami Beach home.Experienced (todei, ). Male or Female
furnished. Stove and refrig- landscaped, city water housekeeper with .
DON'T WAIT erator for both apts. We have with extra well and pump for references. Enjoy school age 621-1400

Total price$5,500 cash Edison the key. Arthur Tubin, Real- lawn. Nicely furnished too! children and dogs.Good salary LEGAL NOTICE
Center area near schools and tor. 7906 NW 7th Ave Ph. 6914785 Move right in.Close to school, Phone 949-3546. ;Intend to register under fictitious

stores, 2 bedroom CBS wall to bus and shopping $1900 down I name act "Ultra

wall carpet very neat and clean $95 m 0 nth. Seller take back Neat appearing girls for wait- White." DON LOCKWOOD,
lovely area. A. Ben-Kori, 87th STREET-NO QUALIFYING mortgage. Must see today!At- ress and dining room. Will I(owner. 2040 NW 17th Street
Realtor call anytime 7592425NO I $1000 DOWN AND MOVE lantic and Pacific i Realtors train if necessary. Good Miami, Florida.
RIGHT IN. Modern bedroom 666-0411. salary. Apply Delmonico Mar. 29, Apr. 5, 12, 19
CBS,,carport, stove FOR SALE
QUALIFYING Hotel, 6393 Collins Ave. Mi-
and refrigerator. Arthur
2 bedroom 1 bath CBS wall NO CLOSING COSTS ami Beach. Phone 865-5786. WILL SELL, RENT
Tubin Realtor. Ph. 691-4785.
carpet immediate occupancy Live rent free! Beautiful CBS (Indef.) FOR SALE OR SHARE

only $13,200 with $1,800 down Duplex, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, 3 bedroom
2025-27 NW 91st Street room,
and $95.00 a month pays all carport, on extra large cor- Volunteer s for ladies auxiliary Large 3 bedr CDm fenced
rent free -all CBS duplex FHA air cond.
Little 2 bath. partly
River Blvd. This Is ner lot tile roof. BarBQuepit. at Opa-locka generalhos- Garage
a good one.A. Ben-Kori, Real- value $13,700 only$450 down Freshly painted.FHA$500 pital contract. Mr. Strauss, 1809 NW 41st Street furnished house. Butt.rms'.621.1400.
tor call anytime 7592425.NO No closing costs $84.99 down $96 month. Atlantic and 685-2467. (A-5) LOTS FORSALEJE .
monthly freshly painted, a
Pacific Realtors 666-0411. 8-1340 I""
real solid investment to live 621-1400
2 bedroom QUALIFYING In see today Aetna fealty Completely furnished duplex, Beck Barber Shop. 6612' NWI
Florida '
room dining room only $700" (Broker), 811 NW 54th St., To all cash buyers only $12,- 18th Avenue.

down, move right in total price ph. 757-5724, open 7 days. 000. Drive by 1260 NW35tht I -------- NOR1lfEASTBeautiful

$7,800 payments $79.00 a St. then call Fenster Realty,,I BEVERAGE DRIVERS
month. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor 1319 NW 32nd St. bedroom 759-8779. Experienced. Excellent Op 2 Bedroom Apt. HELP
call anytime 759-2425. home plus a rental efficiency portunities. $100 or more for FurnishedIn
FHA value $11,000 only $400 Open Sunday 3-Sp.m.1220NW the right men. Hospitalization Select VicinityFree FEMALE

FHA TERMS down (Vets $100)) one 15 year 88th St. 3 bedroom, 2 bath,CBS and uniforms. Sunset BottlingCo. Hot Water WaitressesDay
No closing costs FHA or conventional,carport 50 West 29th St. Hialeah.
mortgage -
$19,000 total No Pets MinorsPL and
price with $900 night shifts
built-in and over (Indef.)
down this will not be available long range car-
FHA 3 bedroom 2 bath
corner with call now -Aetna RealtyBroker port. In best area. Our sales- 7.4174 available. Need not be
huge garage 54th St. Ph. 757- men will be on premises. experienced.Will train.
811 NW
to wall carpet fenced yard this ), Experienced male plant work-
is a corner and first time of 5724, open 7 days. Fenster Realty, Broker, 759- ers for soft drink Industry. Liberal fringe benefits.

fered at this price. A. Ben- 8779. Good starting salary with potential Profit sharing plan.
Kori, Realtor call anytime 1876 NW93rd Ter.,3 bedroom -- Increases Immediately CLARA'STHRIFT'SHOP Parking space avail I
759-2425. No Qualifying nice Florida Sunset Bottling Co. 50 West able.

room, stove and refrigerator, MISCELLANEOUSThere 29th St. Hialeah. (Indef.) 5(09 NW 2nd Avenue I JUNIORS
heat city water .
new roof, ,
737 NW 47th TERRACENo total price $10,000.00 only will be a spiritual Tea REMODELINGRoom (Across from 7-11)) RESTAURANTSSee '

qualifying CBS, bedroom, $1,000.00 down,$99.00 month Reading coffee grounds and tea additions remodeling Bring ad for 10% off Mr. Pete between 9:30
huge family room, porch, ly-Hurryl I Hurry! Hurry! on Sunday at 3:30: p.m. by Mo- alterations commercial each dollar. & 12 noon, 1 1:30 & 3 p.*.,
large living and dining room, 811 NW ther Wyatt at the home of Flor- 2497 Collins Ave.
Aetna Realty(Broker), Industrial residential. Free Shirts, !blouses, skirts ,Mia. Bch.
oak floors. Only $10,500 E-Z 54th St. Ph. 757-5724, open 7 ence Wiggins, 1081 NW 61st estimate. Allied Builders 25< and up.
terms. Street.
Owner 693-2631. days. 446- 288.

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