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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: July 4, 1969
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
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I : four day demonstration to protest against poverty for thepasttwo farm in Mississippi for a 'It,-
the spending billions on weeks. "Land Grab, Plant In." From I
space Joyrides while children Due to the situation in Senator Eastland's farm the TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN HITS

I 1 are dying from hunger and Charleston that still remains SCLC will move into Alabamaand Vol. 46, No. 45 PRICE: 15

I starvation every day. unsettled, the Hunger March Montgomery march on to the issue capitol hungrypeople's in MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1969 ::

.... .. Ii: Hosea L. Williams,national on Washington has been called demands to that state
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off. When this is finalized Dr. ,
director of the Poor People'sCampaign 'i\1 ,\
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DR. government.SCLC ,
and SCLC Presi- Abernathy will begin a seriesof t' \ :, a t
second phase of the dent Dr. Ralph Abernathy will efforts to bring about a so- "\\"'

Poor People's Campaign of lead the march,providing they lution to the blight of 'hungerand chapters all over the a11R I.I',
the Southern Christian Leadership are out of the Charleston poverty. state,are organizing groups to ,, .,.1
Conference will hit County Jail where they have One plan calls for a marchto Join the march to the space "I..1','
t Cape Kennedy July 14 for a been carrying on the fight Senator Jamas Eastland's center this ,month. 4,V,

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JACKSON, Miss.-Moderate Although he denounced that the Nixon administration"is
and militant leadership in "Black Power" as a racist trying to scuttle the Vot-
the fight for complete equalityof slogan three years ago, Wilkins ing Rights Act" In a politicalbid
opportunity and fulfillment said Sunday he never had to strengthen the Republican -
of the American dream are any objection Negroes gain- party in the South.
about to come together to ex- ing power but opposed the use
"They are trying to pick up
plore areas of possible agreement of "an ethnic tag or nomen- anti-Negro votes," he said. -to
and unity. clature, the flaunting of Black ROY WILKINS
But Mitchell the
Roy Wilkins, moderate but Power. predicted Washington D. C.
In other convention'action, 1965 voting rights law, which "It's a dodge and a stall, Congressman J. Herbert
determined leader of the Na-
Clarence Mitchell, Washington expires next year, would be plus an attempt to try to sets Burke greets a Notional forensic winner from Dade
tional Association for the Ad-
vancement of Colored People, bureau director, charged extended by Congress. back politically." County, Miss Patricia Idlette, of 530 NW 7th Street ,

told the annual convention, "I Miami, who competed recently in the National Fo-
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just feel that black organiza- rensic League's Tournament held at Georgetown

tions ought to get together and University in Washington, D. C.
actually beat out a kind of 600,000 Black Businesses Miss Idlette is a student at Miami High School

strategy or procedure". and is pictured here with her debate coach Mrs.

The NAACP opened its 60th Lena McClure.

annual convention Monday. S -.. \
About 2,000( delegates are attendln Needed In 10 YearsWASHINGTON fA)
t .' N,
,f' Poor To Serve
Wilkins said he was consid-
ering seeking a meeting with -Small possibly starting with headquarters Samuels for !failing to move
,Black Panther head Bobby Business Administrator' in Washington which faster on "Black Capitalism"
Seale of Oakland, Calif. "rmthinking' H il a r d y Sandoval said he considers uninviting to the programs.
strongly of doing it Monday the nation needs 600- potential ghetto businessman. In Welfare JobsPoor
even though it may be misun- 000 new business and manage- Sandoval defended his rec-
derstood," he said. ment opportunities for racial ord as SBA head during a 90- Non-Swimmer
minorities to "close the minority minute news 'conference. He people will be hiredas In this way we should get
"I'm Just trying to get up gap" in the free enter- said he would remain in office Drowns In LakeSixteenyearold 'sub-professional staff in some kind of understanding
nerve enough to go ahead and prise system. "as long as the President the Welfare Department and between the two groups that
do it, knowing it's going to Sandoval said the goal could wants me or as long as the Louis also sit on advisory boards for should lead better program-
strike some in our ranks with be reached In five to 10( years people want the President, Jordan of 2348 NW 72nd St. the system in new and drastic ming.
dismay," he said. without new programs Just by whichever is longer." drowned Monday afternoon changes in the welfare pro Another new requirement to
Wilkins said a move toward "accelerating the pace" of Sandoval has been under while swimming with three gram that went into effect this satisfy poor people'sdemandsIs
some kind of black cooperation present minority enterprise fire from liberal Republican friends in Lake Arcola near week. that states provide welfare
on a broad scale seemed tobe efforts. senators, led by Sen. JacobK. NW 86th St. and 10th Ave. police Under a U. Department recipients with attorneys for
directed by racial, political But he said some changesin Javits, and from former said. Health, Education and Welfare appeals' from decisions which
and economic factors. attitude will be necessary SBA Administrator Howard Jordan apparently panicked directive many of the griev- cut off or turn down welfare
when he ventured beyond a ances of the Florida Welfare recipients.
shallow area and hit deep wat Rights Organization have been Roberts responded to this In
er. His companions said he resolved. March by asking a legislative
bobbed up twice, screaming, committee to let the depart-
The state must comply with
"I can't swim!" ment hire several more attorneys -
the HEW guidelines or risk
The boys tried to find Jordan of Its own.
of federal
the
withholding
in the dark water, but "We never used attorney
couldn't, they told police.They funds, about 75 per cent of its in these hearings", ,he said.
welfare
ran for help to a nearby house money. "All appeals have always been'
ALoAt t and called police. Metro Bringing the welfare clients Informal, and we have con- ,
I4L divers found Jordan in eight into the policy areas is designed ducted very detailed investigations -
feet of water. to have more communication to make sure we were
between the people who fair. If they're going to have
administer the program and lawyers, we're,going to need ..
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1A Ai Paul Black 15, of 2061 Rut- Metro Traffic Homicide Investigator -
3 land St. Opa-Locka died early Sgt. Don Skelton I
Monday morning at North Mi- charged A.Vining,140 W.28thSt.

---- ami General Hospital after hand ., Hileah, 24-year-old elec- i
two other teenagers sit- trician with manslaughter in /
State Queens of York-Rite Heroines of Jericho who closed their National ting on a bus bench were the death.

.General I Conference Wednesday at the Everglades Hotel are pictured in all struck by a car fleeing another North Miami Police Sgt. ( 1
their regal splendor at coronation ceremonies of the Queen Contest for 1969 accident early Sunday night. Thomas Flom said Vining's \ I,
Also injured were Patricia car had a rear-end; collision
held in Miami. They are: Mrs. Ruth Leonard, chairman; Laura Moloney, co-
Washington, 16, 2040 RutlandSt. on Biscayne Blvd. on 124th ,
chairman'; Ruth Perry, ,third-runner-up; Carrie Burns, Oretha ,Scott, Evelyn ., and Stephanie Wilson, 16, St. and that witnesses said he '11 I

Colbert, Beatrice Webster, Louise Brown, Rose Bates, Julia Byrd, second. 14421 NW 16th Ct. Miss Washington whipped around and drove I
0a is in fair condition south on the boulevard turning I,
runner-up; Geraline Myers, 'Magnolia Taylor, 1968 queen; Martha Ross, 1969'qu ; \
en;, Gladys Dixon, Anne Bolden. Johnson photo. * * * Miss Wilson In good condition. west on 123rd St.

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I I.'i 2,000 Delemites. Expected At60thNAACPConvention i_ .1 I

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Wilkins will also speak at the AlSO Rev Gladstone
JACKSON Miss.The six- Auditorium. A registration of government and from the aca- presentation of the MthSping- night dinner. Mxolisl Ntlabatl, of the Chief
day 60th anniversary conven- some 2,000 delegates and alternates demic world. Foremostamongthe arn Medal to Mr. Mitchell by Friday Albert Luthuli Memorial

tion of the National Associa- is anticipated.: former will be George W. Mrs. Bruce Benson, national workshop ses- Fund, and Dr. Martin Kilson,
tion for the Advancement of In additiontosuch NAACP Romney, Secretary, Department : president of the League of Women The will plenary hear such experts as Harvard University professor -
sions
Colored People opens here to- leaders as BishopSpottswood, of HousingandUrbanDe- Voters, Tuesday evening, AssistantSecretary ,on the Afro-American Ex-
Simmons
Samuel ,
doay, Monday, June 30,with President Klvie Kaplan, exe- velopment, scheduled to address July 1; an address to the youth for equal employ- perience; Herbert Hill,director -
Bishop Stephen G.Spottswood, cutive director Roy Wilkins the plenary session, of the Association by Mr.Wilkins of Housingand and Robert Easley and
ment Department
chairman of the NAACP Boardof and Clarence Mitchell, direc- Thursday afternoon, July 3,on at the Youth Freedom ,Urban: ,Development, on Grover Smith, assistants,
Directors, delivering the tor of the Washington Bureau, "Meeting theNeedforShel- Awards dinner, Thursday NAACP Labor Department
Role of the Federal Gov on
keynote address at a mass the program will feature outstanding ter." evening; an a d d r e s s by William "The "Jobs for Everyone."
In Civil Rights"
meeting in the Jackson City representatives from'LI Other highlights include H. Brown, HI, chairman, ernment ; The workshop program for 1

Equal mployment Oppor- Samuel H. Johnson of the Bur- the youth delegateslastyearthey
Commission Wednes-
tunity ,
of the Census,on the 1970 numbered some 700--will
reau
2 and an ad-
day night, July ;
dress at the adult Freedom census; Miss June Shagaloff, be conducted separately: but
I Franklin Federal Moves Downtown Awards dinner, Friday night, NAACP education director.Dr. simultaneously with the adult

by Mrs. Myrlle Evers, widowof Doxey A, Wilkerson, Ye- program. Sessions will be devoted -
the martyred NAACP Mississippi shiva University professor, to such topics as the vote
Next WeekThe
leader, Medgar Kenneth W.Haskins,Washington for 18-year-olds, social action

Franklin Federal Evers for whom a special memorial D, C., school principal: and development, the
Sav- move was the greatest step ever taken In the l history of the ,
ings and Loan Association is ,,,....- institution. President Billy E. service will be held and Mrs. Ireme Smith, presi- campus scene, and the role of
youth In the Freedom Now
NewJerseyStateNAACPon
into its Friday afternoon. President dent,
moving new quartersat Miller expressed a similar Movement
124 East Flagler Street In view. Franklin Federal is one Kaplan and Executive Director "Schools in Crisis.

downtown Miami. It will open of the fastest growing associa-
for business at the address on tions of its kind in Dade Coun-

July Franklin 7, 1969.Federal recently ty.This move will make the association New Line Set Against Job :

purchased and renovated this far more accessibleand .
property Into elaborate quar- convenient to most of its
ters in order to better accommodate c depositors. Many of the ser- Discriminationtool ':

Its fast-growingclien- vices offered at the former location
tele. All modern facilities and at 111 NW 5th Street, j

services have been Installedin have been expanded and im- WASHINGTON-A newlineof as possible "to assure to review the entire procure- j
order to be able to give the
proved and will continue to be
In the situation." ment and to
procedure
attack for guaranteeingequal dignity Job recommend -
very best possible services 1
available to its customers.The .
This executive order more effective
employment opportunityin requires ways to ,
available. \
public Is Invited to come that Federal Contrac- the I
Federal contract work has Implement regulations
Dr. Nathaniel Colston
In and visit the new location.
insti-
been outlined by Assistant tors and subcontractors
Chairman of the Board of Di-
Announcements for a formal
Secretary of Labor Arthur tute programs of affirmative In addition Assistant Sec-
rectors, recently made a ,
NATHANIEL
DR. COLSTON opening will be made at a later
statement tothe effect that this Chairman of the Board date. Fletcher. action to achieve equal op- r eta r y Fletcher announced
Addressing contract com- portunity at the work place. oat:

pliance officers from some 26 Mr. Fletcher, assistant OFCC will be expanded and
Federal agencies, be said the secretary for Wage and Labor reorganized to increase its

compliance program must be Standards, listed two'planned effectiveness in the field of
"What Black Churchmen
I Want streamlined and the Office of actions for Improving en- contract compliance.

Federal Contract Compliance forcement procedures under The numer of agencies

expanded: the executive order: having administrative responsibilities -
fs Power"BostonNegro Mr. Fletcher cited the importance Issuance of an order from for the order will be
of Federal rules and Secretary of Labor George P.
reduced from
26 to 13 within
clergymen of ber denomination's legisla- movement led by black militant -
regulations requiring equalJob Shultz to agency heads defin- the next 30 to 45
the United Church of Christ tive assembly, its general James Forman, callingfor days.
opportunityonGovernment ing their responsibilities and *
A statistical printout
Sunday demanded more"black synod. large-scale financial :reparations -
contract work at this "criti- citing cases where the '
agency ;ranking contractors by minor-
power" in running the denomination "You've got to act--and act to Negroes to com-
cal time" in the Nation.It has filed to meet its
responsibilities ity utilization on an area basis
and Negro control of now," said the Rev. Dr. Albert pensate for Injustice done to
"
is"absolutely essential, will be made available to agencies ,
proposed broad newprogramsto ,Cleage, of Detroit.In them.
I, aid Negroes. ""What black 1 churchmenwant he said, that Executive Order Establishment of a high- within the next 60 to 90

They put their proposals many respects, the de- Is power," Dr. C Ie. 11246 be made as effective a level Interagency committee days.

before the two-million-mem mands paralleled: those of a age said, adding that until now

they have been denied it. He .O.........SSI...............O...0..............0.....OSS
said that "powerless peopleare ,

I Carver's YMCA Community Bound dangerous peq>le." i EARNS !

Among the demands, set

Program To Begin; forth by a mainly Negrogroup ,
called Ministers for Racial
Carver YMCA's "Culture teer workers from the Uni- and Social Justice, were that 40 % i
Through play" Community versity of Miami will work in
the church take part: in finan-
Bound the areas above to provide a
Program will
begin on
cing a Negro publishing indus-
Monday, July 7th and continue series of cultural and recreational try; a Negro communications O f COMMISSION !
through Wednesday, Aug. 13. activities for the child
training center and southern : (
The areas involved are NW ren. These activities will include -
land bank. : 6 6G
17th to NW 10th Avenues and : Arts, crafts and cera-
.
These projects also are advocated ,\
NW 61st to NW 58th Streets.Carver's mics; baton twirling, dancing, in the Forman group's : .
karate Instrumental and cho-
staff and volun- "black manifesto." '
ral music. 'tM tip a ,0
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you buy 22 more Miami
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residential redevelopment project in the West End urban renewal area, whichwas Call 691-0421 ... :. j

recently dedicated by Alpha Phi Alpha: Fraternity, Inc., sponsors of the : I

housing development.Constructed chiefly by Black engineers, laborers, plumbers : '. ..

and electricians, the development is' designed for fan I lies with moderate i The Miami Times 6530 NW 15th Ave.w i

incomes. It has 10 one-bedroom, 60 two-bedroom, 60 three-bedroom and 15 ,

four-bedroom units,with kitchen appliances, parking and maintenance includedin : s

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday"" Friday, July 4, 1969 3

Bureau Head Receives '


8th Honorary Degree Year }


WASHINGTON Elizabeth director of the Department's of the National Education Association
Duncan Koontz, a top labor department Women's Bureau by President has received these
official, has received Nixon, received a Doctor of honorary doctoral degrees:
her eighth honorary degree Pedagogy from Bryant College S ra
of the year In recognition of Providence, R. I. Doctor of Pedagogy, Pa-
her ,leadership in educationand In a little more than a month, cific University, Forest 3
public service Mrs. Koontz, a long-time Grove, Ore., May 11. 6 '.,
Mrs. Koontz, appointed as teacher and former president Doctor of LettersAtlanta .

University Atlanta Ga. June
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ard University, Washington, ..
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41 Doctor of Laws, American "It

University, Washington, d_ "
D. C., June 7, 1I.I.1\
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5, Sr Coppin State College, Baltimore ,
Md. June 12.
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Doctor ,of Humanities, Rubin Denard, of 1120 NW 55th Terrace, is honored by Food Fair Stores, ;
Eastern
; Michigan University, record of 20 consecutive of driving with ,\
s4 Ypsllanti, Mich., June 14. Inc., for an outstanding safety years
7 out an accident. At the company's annual safety awards dinner, Denard received ,
2 Doctor of Science in Education a'gift ofatelevision set in addition to the traditional safety certificate,

Boston, Northeastern, Mass., June University 15. lapel pin, and shoulder patch. At the presentation ceremony above from left ,' ,

,1 right are: Daniel M. Pesce, Food Fair transportation director; Glenn Sudduth.,. I
In 1967, Mrs. Koontz was executive director of the Dade County Citizens Safety Council; Rubin De'

awarded Doctor an of honorary Humane Letters degreeof nard; Sgt. Charlie Marrs, Florida Highway Patrol safety officer; Leo Finkel-

from Livingstone College, stein, Food Fair vice president; Tom Froeba, supervisor of industrial relations;

Salisbury, N. C., where she Richard Stickney, director of industrial relations. The company announcedthat

received a B. A. in English and Denard is the top performer of 48 drivers who have compiled a total of

education in 1938. ,229 years of safe driving for the South Florida Division.

She earned a Master's de-
gree in elementary education
DR. ELIZABETH D. KOONTZ With
To Meet
Pepper
I from Atlanta University In
1941.
Black Businessmen
In addition to her duties as
head of the Women's Bureau
,
SANDWICH SALAD
'. Congressman Claude of existing businesses in his
Mrs. Koontz Is
U. S. delegateto
Pepper will meet with black district. AND GRILLMENSouth
the United Nations Com-
businessmen from the Liberty A representative from the, and Central
mission on the Status of Women
I City and Brownsville areas at Chamber of Commerce Com Miami Area
an informal luncheon meetingat munity Affairs Committeewill
See Mr Herb
i )1M'i Toby's Cafeteria, NW 54th also be on hand to explain
St. and 7th Ave., Friday, July the SCORE program to the 7960 Bit. Blvd

4, "' l11l 11 at 12:30 p.m. businessmen.Call .
Pepper is interested in the United Black Federation
promotion of more black businesses headquarters, 691-3811
and the improvement for further Information.
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Rolle was appointed school-
community assistant superintendent

In the South Central ,.THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND

Martin Milner, star of the "Adam 12" series,is presentedwith District, in September, 1968. MANAGEMENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH,OPERATING

I a traffic safety award by teenagers Debby Keener and IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES
Melanie C. Thierry, members of a 34-member singing group

sponsored by the Chrysler Corporation called the Chrysler' CARS FOR SALE A, fleet of con and collectors/ give door to door service, (for
Spurrlows. Milner has never received a moving violation. THIS WEEK'S tenants convenience

SPECIALS A community! recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent
I llI r 1967 Cadillac I Seville,. free, furnished and* air c6bditlon.d loryour comfort and enjoyment

fully equipped A public relations deportment to assist ,you with your problems,
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"CREDO OP THE NGRO PRESS"
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the world from racial and national antagonism wh.n It accord
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struction of four new swimming pools in various sections of ,
the black community. I Truth In LendingWhat
We have listened to various and sundry excuses as to why To Be Equal
these pools have not been completed and in use by the patient

black All of citizenry.which leads us to believe that our Metro Commissioners e by 'WhUney M. Young Jr.' It IsAnd
don't know their swimming pools from a hole in the ground.

ExecnttveDireatorNsttunsl UrbanUtUTM What It Does
UBS Program GoodThe

Black Community Development Program, coordinatedby Chief Justice Warren Steps Congress recently passed the Consumer Credit ProtectionAct
United Black Students of the University of Miami has temporarily to leal with some of the many abuses that are often found
located the James E. Scott Community Association DownThe in the marketplace. Title I or Truth in Lending zeroes in on
Building at 4901 NW 7th Avenue. Warren Era of the Supreme Court came to an end,with credit'transactions and credit advertising Title n Is aimedat
The program Is covering the economic needs of the Model the retirement of the man whom future historians may well the activities of organized crime and makes it a federal offense
Cities area. Through research and data compilation,they hopeto decide was the greatest Chief Justice of them all. to make finance or collect extortionate extensions of
establish a basis on which economic Improvementand black The nation owes a debt of gratitude to Earl Warren. He led credit. Title m limits the amount of wages that may be garnished
entrepreneurship can occur. the High Court In a period of national change and he made it by creditors. This part of the Act does not go into ef-
A program dealing with Consumer Education been initi- a leader In bringing about that change. fect until 1970. Title IV establishes a National Commission on
ated to acquaint the target area residents with the economicsof Becaude of his decisions, the evil network of Jim Crow laws Consumer Finance. This Commission w1ll make a detailed study -
saving and spending money. that made a mockery of American justice was stripped away. of all phases of consumer credit practices.
The Cultural Enrichment Program provides tutoring by The law was a trap to ensnare the black, the poor, the disad-
qualified personnel. Field trips are Included for youngsters vantaged. But through the decisions of the Warren Court, the The Truth in Lending Act is primarily aimed at clearing up
14 years of age and under. Some of the areas covered are law became a haven and a refuge instead of an Instrument of some of the confusion resulting from the use of different
dance, music, and art exhibits and classes. oppression.He methods of computing Interest Truth In Lending requires disclosure
Extensive programs in Black Awareness and Political was hated by the lunatic fringe,The bigots and the Blrch- by merchants of credit terms, which includes a disclosure
Orientation have been initiated for eight sessions that began ers reviled him. Highways were d e f a c e d by, Impeach Earl of finance charges.Generally;credit extended peo-
June 27. There are films and lecture series for those 14 and Warren" billboards It is sometines said that a man is known ple for personal, family, household or agricultural uses and
above. by his enemies, and Earl Warren's enemies were of the kind not exceeding $25,00,will be covered by these regulations One
The UBS should be congratulated for initiating this type of any decent man would hope to have. When you are attacked by exception Is that all real estate credit transactions are covered
program. There is much meaningful information to be gained the Klan, you know you are doing something right regardless of the amount.
in a program of this nature. Let's hope that the community Chief Justice Warren will probably be remembered best for
avail itself of this useful Information being disseminated. ,one of the momentous decisions the Court ever made. In 1954, The Act divides all consumer credit transactions Into broad
We congratulate W lard Butler and David Jackson who are he delivered the decision In a case prosaically called Brownvs categories; open and credit and credit other than open end.
directors of the program. Board of Education.The original suit was brought by a man Open end credit covers most credit cards and revolving charge

in Topeka, Kansas, whose eight-year-old daughter was denied accounts .in retail.stores where finance,charges are made on
entrance to an all-white school near her home.and made to -unpaid amounts each month. Credit other than open end credit
Moving from Negro To Black travel to an all-Negro school. involves both loans and sales credit. This is typically used in
"Separate but equal" was the law of the land since the Court buying or financing big items such as a car, a television set or
During World War I the great ideological argument In approved official segregation back In 1896.The Court was then a washing machine
America between Afro-Americans and Euro-Americans was, In the hands of racists,and whole series of decisions allowed
as now, equal opportunity, but there was also the argument on governments to segregate Negroes and deprive them of their For both types of credit, the finance charge must be clearly
the word Negro. Whether it should be a proper noun and afforda rights. typed or written; stating the dollars and cents total and the annual
capital "N". Those for capitalizing Negro won. But In 1954, Earl Warren delivered the decision that over- percentage rate The words"finance charge" and"annual
Since 1963, the hundredth anniversary of the Emancipation, turned segregation the schools,"Se rate educational facilities percentage rate" must stand out especially clear. In the sale
there has been another ideological argument between the same are inherently unequal," he said, and victims of such of houses' or dwellings however, the total dollar finance
parties mentioned above, but with the added dimension of an segregation are deprived of the"equal protection of the laws." charge need not be stated, although the annual percentage rate
intramural debate among descendants of identification as Negro School segregation was now unconstitutional, and with that decision must be included.
or Black (with a capital B). we might mark the start of the modern civil rights re-
The old argument was won because Negro was the name volution.
But Of course, Truth in Lending dots not fix maximum, minimum
whites had given blacks and Blacks demanded the respect of perhaps Justice Warren's greatest contribution In that
case was not his decision itself which or any charges for credit. It simply requires that the
such have
designation being proper noun. Today the same basic might been written merchant
show whatever rate he does And before Jan-
by another. It was his charge
problem is being attacked. The noun Negro Is an brillant exercise of leadership, for the
nChief uary 1,1971 he has choice about how states the annuals
I given, whereas the term Black implies a selection made by th e Justice got a unanimous court to Join him. The vote wa a be
, people. 9-0. Had it been 5- 4 or even 7- 2, the full moral weight of percentage rate. He may state,It In dollar terms, I.e., $10.00
Afro-American is another term some Blacks prefer on the the decision would have been weakened. finance charge per year per$100 dollars.However,after Jan-
His service uary 1, 1971, he must state this rate as a percentage. How the
grounds it Is equal to other hyphenated Americans.But long as Chief Justice brought other decisions
the real struggle is within the Negro-Blackcommunity that served democracy. For most of our history city-dwellers annaul percentage rate is computed depends upon whether the
Those who call themselves Negro are branded as old and were ruled by unrepresentative state government whose legis credit Is open end or other than open end. In either case, generally -

out-of-date. They are the so-called compromisers. They argue latures were weighted In favor of rural areas, In 1962, the before the the customer must receive the disclosure information
that a label is unimportant in the struggle for equality of Court issued its one-man, one-vote doctrine which overturned credit is extended
opportunity. Moreover they say the word Negro is understoodby this and led to reapportionment that ensured more democratic c

everyone and that's what counts. elections When real estate is concerned, there are two special provisions -
On the other band,the young demand to be called Black They Among the more controversial decisions were those lnvolyr that apply. One Is that the seller does not have to show
say Black is our word. Black is what we are and any lug criminal cases. The "law-and-order" crowd Is very vocal the total dollar amount of the finance charge on a credit sale or
identification is a patent denigration and fails to recognize about how the Warren Court has "weakened" the police But the total dollar 'amount ot the finance charge on a credit sale
Black people as equal human beings. what actually did It do? or first mortage loan to finance the purchase of a buyer's:dwel-
There Is little argument left:for those who say Negro. The It said that a man has the right to be silent and not to con ling. The other special provision is that in many instances, the
t future, determined by the young, indicates Afro-Americans less This is In line with the Constltuional requirements customer has the right to cancel a credit arrangement where
'. will be called Blacks. The remaining problem is educating against selt-1Dc lmlnatioo. It doesn't encourage criminals, his home Is used as security if he does it within three busi-
the old to become Black. it Just ensures all men their Constitutional right to silence, jess days, after the' transaction was concluded,and If be does
\ Becoming Black means a new identification. It means to while at the same time removing the temptation of police officers : writing or by telegram A telephone call,would not be sufficient -
assert one's Individual talents without regards to old myths to get easy confessions with a rubber hose or third degree to cancel such a transaction.However,a first mortgage
andjstereotypes. Being Black means being a man at all times treatment to finance a purchase of the buyer's residence does not carry
Becoming Black does not, however, mean disregarding accomplishments Another Important decision affirmed therighttoalawyer in 1 right to cancel But, a first mortgage for any other purpose
by past generations. Being Black means rec serious criminal cases. Since when does this basic right frustrate such as a home ImProvement loan a second mortgage of
ognizing a to Justice? Accused persons who were poor and couldn't the house or
very heavy responsibility respect and live up to af both carry the right to cancel within three days.
the highest goals Negroes achieved and sought.: ford legal defense wound up in Jail,guilty or innocent. Now an
The new era of Blackness represents another rung up the accused poor person has the right to defend himself. These
ladder In man's climb to freedom. The times urge that men There were other important decisions, too.This genial! man. consumer regulations are a beginning towards providing the
quickly find ways to reduce impairing differences by building helped to make the law a more humane Instrument of Justice proof With rauch/needed 'protectioo. This legislation >Is
friendships on mutual trust and understanding. and he led the High Court through the period of its greatest, u that "law and order"( applies as much to the marketplace
'
........ '.. ., t" '., ', glory. As be goes to his weU-earnedret1rementhi_ takes. win: e c e it does to other areas Hopefully, these new rules
National Memo him the thanks of a grateful nation Crime 111 a the trend !bat people Ire becom1 gas cmcerned about
.
stores'as they are about crime in the streets.me

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday July 4, 19495 ;



Black ProfilesOf

W :'j
!fi .
CourageCLIFFORD


ALEXANDER, Jr. is that young dynamic lawyer :
from New York City who was appointed Chairman of the '

Equal Opportunity Commission by former..President Lyndon .
Johnson, but according to all IT WAS THE HOUSE
appearances--was forced to DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS ;
resign that Chairmanship not '* '' THAT STRIPPED POWELL
long after President Nixon .,i"' A OFHISSENORITVANDCHAIRMANSHIP" "

took office, because he had the 1.:..
courage to expose racism in ( \

'big' industry. Mr. Alexanderdid r _-( '. \ "UUDGE WARREN BELIEVED '.
a superb job as chairman,
'I
and because he brought light POWELL WAS PUNISHEDUNCONSTITUTIONALLY '

the job bias which existed in ':
'
'big' business, he irked some I. IN PART PERHAPS BECAUSE :
of those, in high government I ;
office, namely Senator E POWELL WAS UPPITY ANDBLACK.SOHEINTEKVENED :i
Everett Dirksen.. w:
In could be said that Clifford '
Alexander's efficiency in'performing '' AND LEFT THE'BENCH
his Job brought out the'true' 'f i I ?
self of Senator-wbendur1Dgasenate- co-mmtttee g ._ WITH A L3AN01I1 -

Hearing, the Senator stated that he might have to get some- 46i: 4. JAMES NfHYORKTlMCSff BCZTOH I"'- I it
one's job if the persecution of 'big' business didn't stop. The '. rPrAx
.
undkindly remarks by Senator Dirksen, no doubt touched off ( ( '4 : 1f.ii"aJOi \;
a spark of anger in our own Clifford Alexander, but he kept his ';, ;. .ul I \
'cool' and answered him with restraint and dignity.It took ii1 Phf ;" ,j 'I'"I',! 3F .
courage, intelligence, understanding and experience as well as 'II ,0' I t'lI'
knowing (the rights of all people for Mr. Alexander to do just HE FOUGHT FOR THE RIGHT '. ;; "

that.However OF THE BLACK COMMUNITIES : ,":
in less than two weeks following that incident Clifford
TO ELECT AND SELECT IT'SOWN
Alexander sent his letter of resignation as Chairman of
the Equal Opportunity Community to President Nixon.Includedin REPRESENTATIVES. Rights'I
that letter was the following statement: "The public con-
A Historical Decision In The Fight For Equal
clusion is
inescapable Vigorous efforts to enforce the laws on
'employment discrimination are not among this administration. .
Fortunately, Clifford Alexander, Jr.will function'with'the
Commission until 1972, having been appointed as a memberof Black Man's Freedom Climb/ Published I
the Commission also by President Johnson As a member, L.
is long overdue. listed year by year for easy young ana oia. n is a valuable
there is no doubt that Senator Dirksen as well as others will man order reference book for schoolchildren
Now available by In The Freedom Climb Is reference.As .
even become more irked as further truths are revealed about only The Freedom Climb. a gathered together the out- you read there emerges a teachers, scholars,
racism in industry/So, it is good to know that Clifford Alex- of 400 in and libraries and
chronlcfo over yearsof standing events Afro- picture of human agony writers.
ander, Jr. is remaining on the scene Washington, D. C. to history in America telling American history beginningwith never-ending courage in the
'do his thing for the good of alllpeople, especially the Black of the Afro-A merlcan's heroic Columbus In 1492 and face of super-human odds in The Freedom Climb is sold
people when it comes to getting an eq1lal'breat'' as tar as JobsIn struggle to gain his rightful coming up to 1968. Hundredsof an ever-enduring search for only by mail. Price $1 post..,
big industry. It is also good to know that as a member of place in the country where he events, names and bets, freedom and dignity. paid. Order from D and M
the Commission, his salary is a mere .$1,000 less per year lived, fought,struggled,worked some little-known, compiled This is a must for all Americans Company, P. O. Box 93,Dover,
than it was as chairman.The die d, and loved Too few In one easy to read volume. -- black and white. Del. 19901.
world is of Black manlike Clifford Alexander
proud a Americans are aware that the
Jr. who takes a stand for right and sticks to it, even in face of Afro-American has a notable
all odds, no matter where.including the 'White House' of our history of proud achievement- In Tune with
USA. This was displayed by various groups organizations an honest account of the many Keep
(national and international) honoring him for his courageous outstanding roles that Afro- 1 t.))1)
act, and only in June (1969):was he elected to the Board of Americans have played in the II'i
,overseers at Harvard University, his Alma Mater. mainstream of world culture : the Times





I Wake Up Early And learn Black HistoryBlack J. 1S t ,,


Heritage: A Historyof Columbia Television network, Harding puts it:: "Black Heri- 1 I ..a.s..w.h..IM ..
Afro-Americans, the tele- including Channel 4, WTVJ at tage Is us telling it like It is.' s }
vision series which received 6-.15 a.m. Dr. Harding is chairman of {

plaudits after a run of 108 programs The series of educational the Advisory Committee which +,Fk f r.A rN,,, } y, ,. { ::. 'v,....
in New lectures presents those viewsof created and supervised the series fyr '
on WCBS-TV t/r; r ..+ tkr v+ yr
York City, In association with Black people, and their his- He also is Director of 1 A rt)r ..d y,:. sY l ..'/A,is( .. ,''.:'R, ry'y NMdA-r : ;yS}.r.rj'.t, '. ; u it fxtl.r.i { '{
Columbia University, now Is tory from Africa to today, not the Department of History and a"f.I }rNY '{'
In the second month of its usually covered In standard Sociology at Spelman College + '.lr'jr

showing on 87 affiliates of the history texts. As Dr. Vincent in Atlanta, Georgia. T t 1' !+( .. f.r.N'u1L.r.. Sy\.t yI rt T yS' I

t Afro-American lecturersand / /
I PHIL OSSOFERNegro discussants on the half- ;

hour dally program have been
There is a very interesting History Week. drawn from many parts of the
article titled "Let'sSetBlack It was a refreshing experi- country and from various dis-
History Straight" in the July ence to sit in with the committee ciplines in order to present a
issue of Reader's Digest, In whose members of vari- cross-section viewpoint; they : :
which William Loren Katz, ous shades of color blended have been drawn from the 1II4, Ai
noted authority on the subject, perfectly In their harmonious ranks of college professors In I
is interviewed. The article consultation, developing a'' history and sociology,from 1 r.JM.
pleased me no end because it 'program that stretched Negro organized labor, from the lit-
parallels my efforts to awaken History Week Into the remainder -' erary, art and dramatic fields,
people to the Importance of of the school year, from among the college students -
learning about the outstanding taking it to other schools and religion. 4
accomplishments of the Black where, not many moons ago,
brothers (and sisters!) in the a dark skin wasn't even wel- i \e
making of our great country.Of come. The Black Heritage series : i' .
efforts was written, produced and di-
course, my are only
Fm especially grateful to'
local, but as the Chinese pro- my good friend, Miss Vivian rected by AfroAmericans.Roy that ;is : )' ,
verb says, "The longest jour- White, a member of mat com Allen was the producer- Miami Times ,
ney begins but with a single calledme director and Lloyd Weaver,the ", ;P1
mittee, who originally ,
T.
step", so I may some day be associate director Others r
in to the
regards
able to extend my efforts. program who worked on the show are: $5.00 ;
Only t
a dynamo of activity, Vivian, a year
Franklin visual
The article brought to mind Marlayna ; researcher -
who is a former Coronet
In theactivities and consultant;
my participation -
Model Is planning on openingher
of Negro History Week at own, charm school to help James Wall, stage manager; DELIVERED BY MAIL TO YOUR HOME EVERY FRIDAY : }
the Roy Jackson,cameraman Don
Charles R. Drew Elemen- ;
youngsters (and adults, too),
tary School. I recall the thrill, to prepare themselves for the Boyce, assistant production MAIL COUPON BELOW

after some years research,. many opportunities availablein manager; Pat Can Watkins ell, an-set ........................_......"...........,.................................r.VW''ve v.vM.wdv v+v................n....arr V rr.-..W, i
and discussion on Black his the business world whose nouncer; Perry ,

and tory also(at times with Blanche In this column Callo- doors are now opening,wide to designer wardrobe and mistress.Irene Mendez, MIAMI TIMES. 6530 NW 15th AVE., MIAMI, FLA. 33147 i

way on WMBM) to suddenly all. Enclosed pica:. find $5.00 for one ytar'i subscription. : r
have been honored by being Vivian will be teaching Prominent among the Afro-
i t
asked to sit in with the Social social graces, modeling tech American members of the Name
Studies Committee of Drew niques and self-Improvement. Advisory Committee are:John Address 1
School as a "resource per- If any of my readers are Interested Henrtk Clarke, author, critic, ;.
son" on this subject. I vas Vivian may be con- and editor of"Freedom ways" City/ State Zip __
further honored by becoming tacted at 8234 NW 14th Court, magazine, and WilllamStrtckland -
this committee's choice as the phone: 696-4976. Here's to New York author and lec. ...r.arr..rarcv.rrrrrvrrr..v...s.'rvrezvrrr..rvwrrrvrrr..xwrar.xwvrr..,.............n..u..,
school's keynote.speaker for your success, Vivian! turer.



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JBY CLARICE LITTLES OCfU
Miami Times Society Editor
BY PRISCILLA REDDING "

JULY 4th OUR COUNTRY'S 193rd ANNIVERSARY r l
A trip to Virginia Key Beach.Date:July 22,4 to 6 p.m. Donation -
"It should not be forgotten : $1.00. First refreshments free with ticket. This trip
that liberty does not mean lawlessness. Liberty to make our will be given by the captain and co-workers of Bethel Baptist
own laws does not give us license to break them. Liberty to H Church Tickets for this trip may be purchased from Mrs.
make our own laws commands a duty to observe them our +ry Warren of 14000 Van Buren Street and captain worker, Mrs.
'10 selves and enforce obedience among all others within their '" Carter of 14130 Monroe Street,or any other member of GroupNo.

Jurisdiction. Liberty, my fellow citizens, is responsibility, 13.
and responsibility is duty, and duty is to preserve the excep- ... Congratulations! Mr.and Mrs. Claudius B. Jones(Thelma)
tional liberty we enjoy within the law and for the law, and by 'and daughter, La Freida of 14230 Graves Drive,are the proud
the law." grandparents and aunt of a baby boy, Hollis D. Hall, Jr. The
William McKinley, July 4, 1894 parents of this beautiful boy are Sgt. and Mrs. Hollis D. Hall
Here from Philadelphia,for a visit with his parents, Mr. and (LaLeatrice) of Niagra Falls, New York on Monday, June 23.
Mrs. John Wilson of Homestead are the Lloyd(Jeanethy) Wilson Also houseguesting with the Jones family were Mr.and Mrs.

and daughter, Cheryl. George Ruff (Louise) of Philadelphia, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Ruff
On Sunday, June 29, Alberta Caldwell Jetted to New York to are the uncle and aunt of Mrs. Thelma'Jonas.
take her two children (Sherri and Wally) and Gaylord Payne Mr. and Mrs. Ruff are glad to say they enjoyed spending
(Samuel and Doretha's son) to Mt. Tremper, N.Y. for a four their 50th wedding anniversary In the beautiful city of Miami

weeks summer camp. with their niece.Kappas.
News has reached my desk of the death of Ova Killens' sis- -
.
ter, Mrs. Ida Tackler, Friday, June 27. Family Day Picnic I
The flights were staggered for members of the family who This short curly mini-coif is a perfect companion -

Jetted to Washington, D. C. to attend the wedding of Lynda for whatever you're wearing, whatever the oc Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternityhad Polemarch, Herbert Am-
Marie Perry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Joseph Perry casion. After 'pressing the hair with Clairol's its annual Family Pic- mons wished all Kappa Bro-
and Cyrus Martin Jollivette,son of Mrs.Frances Chambersand nic at Virginia Key Beach,Sat- thers and their families a
the late Cyrus M. Jollivette. Dad (the Chief), Kathleen Smooth Easy Creme Press, and "setting" it witha urday, June 14. pleasant and restful summer.

Cooper and I departed on Wednesday; Fran, Ronald Frazier curling iron, hairstylist Frenchie ofCasdulan The picnic committee with
and Cleo followed on Thursday; Jim motored and Bill and gently sculptures each curl until he has created his Bro. Alphonso Burnslde serving '

Garth Jr. arrived on Friday. "hairdo for all seasons"-the pixy style. as chairman,planned a day \9'e" "\6. k OIl.
I
the Fred and Jessie ?
Among others attending wedding were: 4.00
of fun and entertainment for
Reeves, Frank and Senora Reeves, Edythe and Charles Wars, their families. There was P.rmanent

Washington, D. C. the J. Harold (aunt Pauline and Uncle Joe) Movies Getting More Naked; plenty of food, games and music Oernl IVII1 Curly\"..O.00
Coopers, Charles and Shirley Cooper and daughter Patricia, for It
was a day
Philadelphia and Helen Z. Johnson. So Are Film everyone.
; Books Can
of fun and relaxation for all ..
It was a very happy time for the Reeves, Jollivettes, Coop- dy

ers, Wars, Chambers and Littles. The new trend almost no tam work of art and a beaconof :JA.IR'OPSNtt; : .;R QW.llAtD'RUEE (''''.
It's a full house at Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brown's home In longer new in films and truth regarding the social, \ ? \10'00 $30.00
Carol City. Here from Melbourne are Mrs. Ethel Franklinand drama to depict leading women political and sex problems of
five little Franklins (Annie Marie, Charles Jr.,Charlene, and men in the altogether and today's youth. Others consider lIC ,YI'SC t.P ,
Karen and Craig.)Also visiting are Donnie and Michael Brown. the new freedom of sex clay it a film a little dirtier F tlllr.kffAJR' 'O:$
It's 'a boy for Mr. and Mrs. Louis (Pat) Sparks. Born Fri-. in these vehicles is infecting than its predecessors. The
day, June 27, Louis Eugene Sparks II, weight Ibs. 1 1/2 ozs. books. Particularly books books presents 265 stills from ,NUKAIRNUKAIR( NATURAL

about movies and plays. the picture and the full text. .. AFROS
'GET WELL WEHES I am Curious (Yellow), the Another Grove Press offer- ;(\1,1. : Pull & Soft
Recovering at home after a stay in Cedars, Mrs. Gevena Swedish flick, banned for ten Ing, mucb'in the same bag, is ', ,1: 'lAS.. Reo. $49.95
Harriet Hart Eloise B. from the book about the film ; .' :;" .. i Now Only $24.88
Trotman and Frederick H. Seymour; years American .,. :r .. .$ ,
Kemp, Dorothy Chaney and Mrs. Lillian Clarke at Cedars; screens, is presented every culine Feminine." This one ': .
\ ... :
James Justice who is recovering at Cedars after a bout with word, every nude and reveal- is about the new generation of :' ,!,, .,..,-z/ .j' .. n.lg.'F.z PLUS EXTRA SPECIALFor
surgery Tuesday. Harold Murray very ill at Jackson. ing act in a paperback issu- Parisians and you Just have to / QR' f The P h i 1 lip (Marcia Taylor) McCoys and daughter,Sheri- ed by' Grove press and mark- read it to become ennervated ..."" : ;, '.Mo.l' ,Y.C Be outlful i I handmade
lynn, Washington, D. C. are visiting their parents, Mr. and ed ;the sale', of this, book is or nauseated. It all depends on d GK, stretch wigs
Mrs. J. Hartman Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Willie McCoy. limited to'' adults". This your tastes. : MODE DE PARIS

Recent visitors to our city were Mr. and Mrs. Samuel means, of course, that it will ,I Am Curious (Yellow) By R.g. $99.00

Dobard, Delray Beach, Dorothy (Mrs. Fred) Martin's par-: be avidly read by hundreds of Vulgot joman. (Grove Press, ,. .. Now$44.00
thousands of children. Critics .NY) paperback edition $1.75. "
ents.Fran and Jim Chambers have Joined the Grandparents'Club. all over Sweden, Denmark, Masculine Feminine, from a f.''ht gh'ty m I The Ronald (daughter, Clarice Regina) Fraziers pre- Germany and France have acclaimed film by Jean-Luc Godard. l tafd'.dh\ lr O"oM ".(I '.t. THE 4tk OF JULY
y. y u'\f\ jlr.el'4' ,
sented them with a darling baby boy Ronald Eugene Frazier Yellow (Grove Press N. l'o.fC ;
as an impor Y. ) 195. dr\i.lf\ it, ''t, uo1p QrilfaJJ: EXPLOSION SALE
n. The paternal grandparents are Ellen and Wesley Frazier, Ing: ((h",,'. ':f r Iii ol ,Y I/r;/ :: Pre-cwt: latest style summer
Houston, Texas. Grandmother Ellen arrived today(Thursday) r--------------, f orffe' ; ,y lifTol'I A.Nq wigs. Reg. $49.95, now only
for a week's stay with her grandson who weighed in at Bibs. d 'h" ;

10 oz. July 1. at 11:15 a.m. I AUDITORIUM FOR RENT I tlnda1,1 ,thS\jp t:. ..Ol'lly: i $24.88
5,11: SO .:; ;
6855541LADY
I
The Louis (Albertha Love) Sparks are very happy over the "
birth of their son, Louis Eugene Sparks D, born at Mt. Sinai II I If you're planning a dance, party, wedding '.801"' .i'I'\"d'd". : .. ". LEE WIGS

Hospital June 27, 7 lbs. 11-1/2 oz. But John and Elizabeth II reception, meeting or any social or business :' ".. ..'. .. .... \f1.,. .. .. .. 773 FISHERMAN ST.
Davis are Just delighted with their little girl, Angelique Re- I affair. You can use the complete facilities OPALOCKAHoursi

nise, who made her debut June 26. 5 lbs. 10 oz at Cedars of I of the air conditioned 't :MPJ: '$1,51, : (11 am 5130 p.m.!)

Lebanon. Clo..d T..s._ R. un...
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WEDDING BELLS RING
marriedSaturday I 4343 NW 17th Avenue Miami I II
were
and Nathaniel Phillips
Carolyn, June 28 Bailey in New Covenant Presbyterian Church I Phone: 758.1191.. or 6931766Announcing I IL

Gloria Yvonne Lee and Oscar L.Ray were married Saturdayin iJ
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AFRICAN APPAREL
Antioch Baptist Church .. -
FRICAN PRINTS ARE FAMOUS THE WORLDi'
married f ;
Mary Magalene Gist and Alton Ray Rogers were OVER FOR THEIR BEAUTY OF DESIGN AND
June 28 In Gamble Memorial Church of God in Christ. All Types of Done Classes at + COLOR.MANY OF THE PATTERNS RESEMBLE
E BATIK OR PAISLEY.
LOUISE
Everyone is talking about the Four Seasons' Garden Party RILEY FINISHING e

t hosted by the National Council of Negro Women of Greater &MODELING ACADEMY (SONGOLESE WOMEN .
Miami on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Bart: 35 M. E. 17tK STREET SUITE 233 ADORN THEMSELVESWITH
ley. Class. Starting Now RING AFTER
'I For Men & Wonwn;" Boys & Girl. STRING-AS MANY AS
Friends of Lizzie Justice(a double amputee) are asked to Instructor Mr. Herb Blockshsor, former halfback with THIRTY-OF BRIGHTLY
COLORED BEADS SO
send a card or telephone ..it gets awful lonesome at times. the Pittsburgh St..I.,.. CLOSE TOGETHER THAT
Closs.i Ins TAP, BALLROOM,. MODERN, FOLK, and THE EFFECT IS THAT
Motoring down from the District to visit her father, Dr. BALLET. OF A SCARF
AH th latost done stops of today. Day&nit. .
J. K. Johnson and other relatives is JewylRose Johnson. Our Classes.PHONE
paths crossed at Washington but had a wonderful visit with TODAY FOR APPOINTMENT: 379-3581
her mother, Helen Ziegler Johnson.

a Samuel Blatch is vacationing in the magic city from New -.- .... w.....w."....,.,.. .. 1fe I! BURNOUS EN OF THE
IS A
York City with his daughter Louise at 313 NW 17th St. C\ FAVORITE GARMENT OF WATUSI TRIBE WEAK
ce SUPREME WIG _: THE MOROCCAN ARABS. SKIRTS OF PLAITED
Mrs. Lonnie Culpepper n(Charlie Mae) left Friday morn- A 1 DURING THE DAV fT IS BARK CLOTH.
ing for Buffalo, New York to Join aunts Aserneath Herout WORNASALARSE TODAY..
I HOODED
Michael of that city and Ageleatha Herout McCray of West BEAUTY SALONSummer CLOAK. AT THE BUYING Mr,4yIEN'S'

Palm Beach for the fourth of July.They will travel to Atlantic ARABSNIGHT TURN OR CHILDREN'SAPPAREL FOR
1 LOOK
City, New Jersey for a family get together at Mrs. Elsie' : 11 Specials ff ? IT UPSIDE THIS\ LABEL-THE
Herout Phillips house. Attending the get together will be Mr. f 1 DOWN AND SYMBOL Of DECENCY!
and Mrs. Jacob Ross(Emily) of Miami, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip SHAMPOO & SET $3.50 PUTTHEIR FEET IN IT FAIR LABORSTANDARDS
Herout n (Kankie) of New York and Miss Phyllis Herout of : PERMANENTS 12.50| =? I FOR SLEEPING. THE AMERICANWAY AND

Miami. RETOUCH APPLICATION $7oO! / OF LIFE.

f Bessie Johnson, Douglas Elementary schoolmarm, and :'t These specials are good :V
James Flowers were married in a beautiful doublering ceremony ;. When you show this ad to owner, B. Higgs I

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THE IAMITIMESFridayJuIy4,17

Cultural' Arts .- ...



Program Opa-focoVa BeginsIn I If" : If


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A Recreational and Cultural

Arts Program Is being offered
to the young people of the North
Dade area this summer at the
Police BenevolentAssociatioa
STANLEY "SHEETS" SWEI I Building onNW27Ave.andl51

LINE-0-TYPE Street, Registrations are I
belgn taken daily, from 9.
5 p.m., and young people from
5th grade up through teens and
Stanley Sweeting is on vacation.His column young adults are invited tore- ."

will be resumed upon his return. gister for this summer program .}
'I. being sponsored by the

Metropolitan Dade County .1
Park and Recreation Depart .,
.,
ment.
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The following classes will I. ,; 4I ''\
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be offered by qualified staff ::1

ElksGive Lovejoy Awar1 members: dramatics, ballet, "
I interpretive dance, musical
activities (Including choral ;

Infinite Fllinntnn group singing and guitar instruction ... .. '
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i w ** U w a.Duke's: pattern making,
"Edward 'DUKE' Ellington return to Washington -, sewing,pottery making, cera- 15 CEP TRAINEES GRADUATE AS ASSISTANT DENTAL TECHNICIANS 1\
mics and other additional -
has been named as the recipient to be recognized on his cultural many activities the Fifteen Concentrated Employment Program trainees have finished an 18

of the Improved Bene- birthday by President Richard program develops. week course at the International Professional College and qualified as Assistants 'it
volent Protective Order oElks Nixon in a special White II
,
of the world's most coveted House Butler, who had madea This program is offeredfree to Dental Technicians. The program which began Feb. 24 concentrated -

award, the Love joy Award,for name for himself. to the public. primarily on gold, crown and bridge phase of dental work.

1969, "it was announced in a When one thinks of the tide Threee of the students showed superior quality their work and were

special Interview with the that Duke has been swimming PHI DELTA KAPPA graduated with honors. They were Annie Ruth Dickerson, Henry Wade and

.Grand Exalted Ruler, Hobson against one recognizes the SORORITY James Edwards. The school has already located lobs for 12 of the .graduatesin

R. Reynolds, Titular Head of over 2,000 musical compositions Alpha Delta Chapter of Phi dental labs in Dade County and are sure of placing the others.
the 450,000 dues paying predominantly many unnamed that he Delta Kappa and its membersare '
Other members of the class Paulette Deshazior Vernall
Black Americans, along, or with his long time proud of their various activities were Curry,
the largest of its kind in the ,friend and arranger, Billy and accomplishments.They Dennis I George, Edith Waters, Clementine Rogers, Juanita Nixon, James

world. Strayhorn, produced for the are now making preparations Johnson, Linda LewisClaude GreenTheodore Fordham and Thomas Gilbert.
"The award to Duke was approved .. world to enjoy in dance, in to attend the 46th anni-
January of this year concert church or .in versary conclave which will ATTENTION

Reynolds stated,"and we were merely hearing over the air- convene in Kansas City, Mo. Churches, Nightclubsand
MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE
IN THE
not 'looking around' we felt with
waves, a style peculiarto on August 10-14. Musicians
that be was the most qualified Duke, and seldom if ever Soror Ellen Heldt is scholarship Hammond Organ B3. Must MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY

Individual that we could recognizer imitated, because of its in- chairman. sell immediately. $1100 INVITE YOUR PATRONAGE AND APPRE-

for a prize that carriedthe tracacles. Duke has no peer. .......................... cash Contact Freddie CIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. THEY
Lovejoy significance. The of Duke's life Greene 4949 NW
tragedy 7th Ave.
GO TO CHURCH ARE COURTEOUS AND DEPENDABLE.
"The man for whom the has been, that his has not
award was named, was one been the band that has been SUNDAY or PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!
who had the tenacity to swim PL 8-9191
selected for a regular week- ..........e..............
against the tide and take a ly show, similar to that of a -..._:...:<.:::< '...,:<<<<.",>>: ,..."."':,....,._"",...,"'........._....,<:<'.,, ,.,.:<.:.:.:<.:.:.'.".":.:w<.'.,.,.,."",,
stand for human S.I
justice No '
Paul Whiteman, Lawrence
American can even say the Welk, and other names that
word "DUKE' and not realize
to Duke *
come fore. wit a
that Duke has stood tall in
skill unmatched the
: during p Th9
:the field of music, despite the ,
fifty'years:'of his musical participation -
,the many .barriers that have
on ,the American '
been his' to combat." The a-, '.- t
scene, has not been made a regular -
ward was given "The Elks
,
part through the use of
concluded," out of a deep res-
his talents except for some
t'
pect for the worth of the con-
tribution that has been as well special shows. .,......'. 4

known, as the name of the Individual The Lovejoy Award will be
himself Duke neitherof .made during the occasion of

which do we have to labor, The National Convention of the

for the man on, the streetsto .Improved Benevolent Protective -'
recognize." Order of Elks of the World

The Lovejoy Award going in Washington, D.C. from.Au-
to Ellington in his 70th year. It gust 23 through August 29,
is being made to him by an headquarters in the Washing- L'V
organization that has long been ton Hilton. The ward will be

'noted for its civic effort-of presented Monday, August 25,
supporting the cause of those 1969. -

organizations and individualswho The Elks feel' that the selection -
have been a part of the of Edward Duke Ellington -

American scene, striving to as its recipient places, I

make themselves beard above the organization in record as At R. J. Reynolds) /
and discrimination
r the din of prejudice one well aware of the impor-

so that the lot of, tance of the man to get the : things are on ,
-
Black Brothers Daughters times, and ,the need of the '
I might be improved across the times to catch_ up with the 1 ;tit the. move { p

I nation. contributor. The over 30,000 : ,
I The membership the Elks who will stand as posi- ,

IB.P.O.E. of W. extends far tive evidence of the organiza )q7'4* t P Rut they're on the mm evoryplice sue,toe. So, -., ,
I 'beyond the borders of the na- tion's respect for the tremendous why shout about It?Al R,J.Reynolds wove long recoinlnd -
; tion's fifty states, but its investment contribution this manhas .'. ... our obligation to the black community ond ;"
I ". concerns have cen- we've bsan doing something about K.Something Rewind
made ,to the cause of "BtickSkIll" different :
tered primarily in the United so inerent in America, Our trolneoi got mote thin Just I job offer. We *.. ,
States. Ellington travelledas and yet so unused. offer them a career with a bright and rewarding
far a s any American to expose l k future And we back up our offir with the but training

I his skillasaband ............................ 4 Our we program cm provide.has given 10 many rarely-mlndid 1 I
leader, a" composer, and as a : GO TO CHURCH : I ..:.. black people the opportunity to roach for a better life :
musician. His music has p. Y '4'p/i2Yt" that wo cant help but bo proud.
SUNDAY : / 4' Thifo why wo toy"thing!are en the move*hin.
always been contemporary, or / "I
.
ahead of the times. His com- ...........................: t/,1' But wo dont hive to shout about H.

mitment has always seemedone RJReyncdsTobaccoConpanytill
of explaining through the /
"Any wh.,. 'In the world
music medium,the mood of the ,
you want to go"
times, consequently he would /t4
17rf17 t'afT ,-,n. ,
have to be classed as a"Civil '

Rights Through Music, Lea- NO MORE tiT72,1YEL4Vmt 4
der."

The Duke's career spans

more than a half century; andIt / ,
resulted from a decision to

enter that field, rather than "Your Neighborhood Travel .. /;
that of fine Arts, as his scholarship 'gen.." /4 / / ht' ,
f 4) ", b
would have beaded
Ae near ,to you oe your j ; /v
from Pratt Institute after 4V/
telephone. Give u* a call.
finishing his secondary edu- WE DELIVER. 7543517. /4
cation in Washington D.C. His 6105 NW 7th Avenue 4
,
Chas. C. North, Manager 4/ /
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birth place and home,through f /ff.V f.//f f tS'ff"Sf.BY .
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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 4, 1969

Iota Phi Lambda. Observes 40th Anniversary
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AboutTalk Founder of the sorority, a come. This meeting
Round In keeping with the traditionof Armbrister for an inspiring closedlhe
of white chapter's
roses observance
lovely garden of
,
t Service. Foun
Candle Light
time Iotas throughout the
a fern in ar- der's Day and
1 United States and abroad set This closed and impressive and green grew also the acti"vlties
r presided over rangement as Mrs. Roslyn and meetings for
aside June 1st every year to ceremony was the
commemorate the founding of by Miss Ethel M.Smith,chair- Bethel read a dramatic summer. Several sorors will
reading and sorors came forth be in attendance at the
BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHELTALK their sorority. man of Program Committee. soror.
This sorors of Gamma perhaps no other event in and planted a white rose and ity's 40th conventioutobeheld
year fern in a tall white vase. in Washington, D. C
_OF THE TOWN. I got dressed early Monday in a Alpha Chapter extended the Iota Phi Lambda's program green dramatized the foundingof 914. After the meetinT
the This
blue sports outfit;blue pants, pink shirt, sky blue sweater and anniversary observance serves to fix more firmly ,
and sorors and
,white shoes. Headed downtown where the bookies were taking throughout the month of June. ideals for which the sorority the sorority emphasized guest Joined in a
,their bets on the "Frazier-Quarry" fight, which were to take On Sunday, June 1, sororsof stands, nor to cement more the attributes for which all able"Higgler's Party." An enjoy.
place in Madison Square Garden. This fight carried a dif Gamma Alpha Chapter gathered solidly the bonds of sisterhoodthan sorors strive. As sorors each evening was in order

ferent meaning to each group.To the Irish,it meant hope, possibly at the home of the pre- the observance of Foun- lighted their candles, throughout.The .
of them-
re-dedication chapter will
an American-Irish heavyweight champion. To the white sident and charter member of der's Day.In gave a resume its
world, It meant uwhitebope"of seeing the black bomber beaten the chapter, Mrs. Vashti C. paying tribute to the selves to the ideal of the so- regular meetings in Sen-
After the ceremony, tember, 1969 and
by their best. To the black man(Negro) it mean "black rority. Mrs. Hazel
the evening was spent in so- Matthews will se r v e as host
power" and "inspiration" to see "our man"Joe Frazier win.
Watching the people from all parts of the Country arrive to Regatta And Fireworks cializing for in future gala chit-chat events and fi- ess for this meeting.
plans
see this fighting event. It was like old times. There we were LEARN ARABICFor
nalized.On .
16,600 fans sitting there watching Joe Frazier and Jerry
,Quarry. Quarry fought beautiful thru the first two rounds, but Display At Marine Stadiumchampion with June their?, 1969 husbands, sorors and more write Information tot ,
after that it was Frazier the way to the seventh round when along THE AL-HAMYDIYYAH
the referee stopped it. Quarry's face looked like it had been The action is in the City ox boat racers. friends spent a very enjoyable ACADEMY OF ARABIC
''through a meat grinder. It was a good helllva fight. Quarry Miami Marine Stadium on the At 8:30 p.m. the Fourth of evening of dinner, dancingand SO Stuyvesant Ave nut
lost the fight, but gained much respect. Like Frazier got up Fourth of.July--all of the ac. July Aqua Show and Fireworks floor show at the South Paci- Bklyn.HP, New York, 11206
and went over to Q uar r y, patted him on the back and said, tion.Things Extravaganza will bring Mia- fic Resturant in Hallandale, Suite (Juy 11))
"Quarry, you're a hell of a fighter."IIeQuarry) was in tears. will start at an ex- mians the type of thrill show Florida.
The "big clown" of the night was WBA heavyweight champ, citing pace early, when the one can only find in the Magic The observance of Foun- QtEN
Jimmy Ellis, heading for the ring to take a poke at Frazier Fourth of July Regetta bringsthe City. der's Day was climaxed on 1:41It' :
after a few best outboard hydroplanesof June 26, at the June meetingwith
the South to Marine Stadiumfor After an action packed show Mrs. Vera Wyche servingas too muchl!
the regional champion- by the nation's finest water hostess. Mrs.Edna M.Kin- "HEAD FULL

ships. skiers, a 9:30 p.m. display of ney of New York City who asa OF LOVE"
& The boat racing starts at the most breathtaking aerial past national officer visted also "RUINED"

;T 12:30 p.m., and national rec- fireworks imaginable will the chapter at this meeting and & 2 Girlie Frolic In color
remarks.'I. ords will be assaulted by three thrill spectators. was received with a warm wel-
(POSITIVELY ADULTS ONLY

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OPENS THURSDAY JULY 3RD

JULY 4THWEEKEND

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DAVID RUFFIN KAREN LaVERN JAMES BROWN SHOWWORLD

MAN ABOUT TOWN "The Wizard of Oz" Judy Garlandhas
FAMOUS
found her place "somewhere over the rainbow". Judy
Garland (a star is born) died Sunday morning in England, age
47. To Judy "the whole world was a stage' and she playedher DEBBIETAYLOR
part. After five marriages and three children, plus, almost -
a half century of living, Judy was still the "little girl
Dorothy" of the ,fairy-tale, "Wizard of Oz' when she died.
(Sun. June 22,19 69))Mentally,"Judy never grew up" Jets
football star, Joe Namath to meet with Pete Rozelle (football
comm') about coming out of retirement after movie pic' com-

mittment and Mickey Mantle, business deal ... Sammy DavisJr. _
on the town with "Mod Squad" Peggy Lipton. Diana "NEVER GOING TO LET HIM KNOW" '
Ross (Supremes) popularity No.1...The question ? ? ? Could
there be a "sabotage conspiracy' in the U.S. A. ? 77 Monday PLUS EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTIONS '

June 23, headlines: "Cargo Plane Crashes on Busy Miami
Street" death tollhlgh...A few hours before"Frazier champ' 2 BANDS ? Jt '
fight" at the Mad. Sq. Garden, (built over the Penn station) _

two trains crashed in Penn station The bigtime talk; 2 SHOWS 4
Sidney Poitier, Paul Newman and Barbara Streisand have
formed an Incorporation for the formation of their own Pro- +rz
duction company. ADMISSION $2.15 TABLES FREE

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TEENAGE
Columnist, Westbrook.Pegler died Tuesday...To that pretty MATINEE
Hollywood model, Karen LaVern, we dedicate the Isley Bro-
thers' "It's: Your Thing" .. The Feb. 14, column of BookerT. SUNDAY 4-7 ,P.M.

Hayes, (Miami Times) "The Untold Story About Integra-
tion" a collectors' item, in my scrap book Good for a re-
print It's David Ruffin's "My Whole Word Ended" dedicated -

to cute Vivian Canada of 1400 NW 23rd Ct. "A Carol L.e; : I
City queen" Singer James Brown and his great revue into % : : :
New York's Madison Square Garden July 4, featuring his .4' \
"Mother Popcorn" song; It's our girl of the week(formerly : : :' Next Fri-Saf-Sun
of Miami Jackson) Patricia Barnes of Miami University t1

tea real fozzy neauty... Time and tide waits for no man v ',
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I4w THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 4, 1969 9 l lj

acxta acul w :: The kind of

M 1rI WOMEN THAT

J JL BLACK MEN

GO FOR:

Exclusive survey tells

+ Ta you hairstyles, body
types, and fashions I

BY DAVE BONDU.mac the guys dig mostl!
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CLOWN POWERII!! '

xrac +aaaeE xa :aaa Two black acts takeover .i

And so it comes to pass that another 4th of July Is upon us. the Circus center- '
It is a time when we have a long holiday which brings us to the ring. ''I

point that many persons won't wake up on the fifth. Children j Lou Rawls ,

get burned, hit by autos, drowned at the beach and.someone .,;..-...-- .. Trade Union Bigots
who has been bending his elbow once too often is I \I
driving his ENGAGEMENTMr. Mr. and Mrs.Whitman Far- ENGAGEMENT ;Racial Strife in England '
car and some poor sucker is crippled life or is dead.
Might quharson of 1621 NW 51st St.,
be that he is too, Just because he tried to prove that he can and Mrs. Ralph Lucky wish to announce the marriageof ANNOUNCEDMr. Black History :,
drink more than his buddy. Some mother has lost her child or wish to announce the engage- their daughter, Brenda Poster-free! ;,
husband and some child has lost a parent. Then, somebody ment of their daughterJuanIta Louise, to Livingston Ar- Gallman Wicker, 1238 I,
loses sight on a child at the beach and the child drowns; some to Mr. Larry E. Williams, thur Alleyne. The couple will Player Street,Newberry S.C. In July issue of \.
'nut shoots off his gun to impress some friends and a stray bul- son of Mr. and Mrs.Cleo Wil- reside in New York City. announces the engagement of SEPIAat :
let kills someone, No matter how you cut it, somebody is gone. liams. Larry is a graduate of his daughter,Azalee Wicker to your newsstandsnow
The only one guaranteed to make somebread is the undertaker. Bethune-C 00 k man College Mr. Earl F. Glenn, son of Mr. 4
They always get paid. Have a safe and happy 4th, please, and with a degree in business administration nita is a senior at Bethune- and Mrs. Samuel H. Glenn, I It
as the old saying goes. "Don't take a fifth on the fourth." He is employedby Cookman majoring in sociol- 3282 NW 52nd Street, Miami. I 1I 1\
the Goodyear Tire Companyas ogy. The wedding is planned The wedding is planned for 1\
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Chick Braunstein credit sales manager.Jua- for July 26. August 16th.
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Alice Banks 'Iti
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VIP OF THE WEEK: Dick Polk
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Catherine Newbold

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Twenty one folks from the
Operation Mainstream program plus nine guests including ,

povery chief,Mrs. Marie carlare spending this holiday week- .. .
end in Nassau. All arrangements were made by Charlie Northof .."'- \ -
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North's Travel Agency. While in Nassau,they will visit the ...."': I 'D.
tORO tf -
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Drumbeat club, compliment of Peanuts Taylor;see what a ca- \ I tJfOt 'I'Whl ."J _
19ber '
a
sino looks like, and put a couple of quarters in the one-armed DJWUI bandit sightseeing and shopping on Bay Street and 6lENDD.. CDTCN WHISKY; .::!"M t nr/NN..ourw'.. _
; on Sunday \m' : r<".I '.'. t, '.:.. I "
evening head for home. I am sure they will have a ball and JohO'fvniSons(D'i\r'; ; : t' ;;:::: .- --
learn about the customs and living conditions of other peopleof w 1t ,J J

the world. I am going along to be sure they do I hear -.. ,.-. .,.-".'. .-...... ...
tell that the Jazz Festival was a huge success and I hope more --
will be forthcoming I attended the graduation exercisesof !! SOUTHERN WINE AND SPIRITS, INC.IS .
the CEP enrollees at the International Professional Collegefor y ,ti Nr
( dental technicians) where 15 students took a 16 week n.
course in the making of false teeth. Upon completion of the PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE ADDITION I OF QFC '
course, they have found Jobs making good good money. We are
very proud of them and this helps to prove that "you can makeit
if you try." Moviegoers should not miss "Popl." It is
a family type movie that is Just great."The Committee" is yI JIM REESETO
also a fun movie, and is playing at the Sunset on South Dixie. I __
The girls together the other night and gave a farewell party -
for popular Helen Bush Cannady at the lovely home of Mr. and ,, ,;;
Mrs. Napoleon Reed. Helen and daughter,Carlin,left for their : ON TO ITS ININNTKD ))
new home in Washington where her hubby works. We'll miss iM r QFG'I I ,
her around here Joe Walker, WMBM announcer, signed a 'Jchenleq
contract with WERD in Atlanta,Ga.,and will be making his re- J SALES AND PROMOTIONAL STAFF "::,,
sidence here ..Harold Oliver,executive director of the Con- ...
centrated the at the t -.- ''II & :
Employment Program, was guest speaker .- .
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Tiger Bay Club at the DuPont Plaza Tuesday past. His speech i
made a great Impact among the members. The statement that A

"an aggressive black man is called a militant,and an aggres- Iuw ,.
sive white man is called a genius" was the highlight of the
day, and received wholehearted approval. AAti
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What Is this we hear about the children who are sent to the .
Sebring Boy Scout Camp through our contributions to the He-
-yr
rald's "Send a Kid to Camp" program? hear tell that these
children live in a tent area approximately one mile from the .,-..-
regular barrack type camp that the scouts enjoy; they cannot LD
use the pool for swimming until the scouts have finished (some STAGG
days they don't get to swim)and they have to wait for the mess ....M.Ni rN.Ir.: y' .,
hall to be cleared of scouts before they eat. If they do not have ..YM11.1.:- 5!
enough room for these children to enjoy the full fad facilities
of the camp, then another camp should be found for them. WItu
a collection of$68,000(as of this week), we should be able to
put them into a real camp situation. This is from a couple of
children who were there, and we would like for some of the
parents to let the.Her ld know what is going on with their ,
children. We realize that these are underprivileged children, JIM IS NOW SELLING THE BRANDS SHOWN IN THIS AD \;

and of type is great and glorious to them but let's
camp any JPACKAGE
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on we are paying icr them. That's it for
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The Platters, open an engagement July 25 In the 7
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The group, winntersof 13 gold records and 3 golden :

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Garth C. Reeves, Jr.

Soft music, sweet music, third concert' and the best one
beautiful music will lift the yet."

"ALL THAT JAZZ" soul and spirit to realms of Senoras Esthelia Gomez and
,
great heights. If you were Angela Silra: "I wish to ex-
I Last weekend was one Jazzy good time for people In the I among the unfortunate who press the value that I see of the
Miami area although many out of towners helped make up the missed the concert of The good work being done by Mr.
audiences at the Jai Alai Fronton on Friday,Saturday and Sunday SRr Performing Arts Society of La Pierre for the people of

nights.The The Paul LaPierre School of the community. The concert
affair, of course,was I Musical Arts held June 15, was most enjoyable. Looking
the Miami Jazz Festival which 1969, In the LaRonde Room of forward to the next one;would-
was presented by the Newport E the Hotel Fontainebleau, you not miss it for the world."
Festival's George Weln and .. ,
of lifetime. '--- -- -
missed the treat a '
ET I'icr T
Joe Rico. / ;1ADLINE :
I hope everyone in town was I should like to quote the '
lucky enough to attend at least ," comments and praise of justa
one night of the crusades.Of few who attended: Mr. & Mrs. ,
the greats appearing anda ; Napolean Reed: "The work ,

personality enjoyed by all I being done by Mr.LaPierre is ,
was the lovely Nina Simone. 't," a much needed contribution to t ,
The artful renditions of Miss the community. It goes without

Simone were witnessed at Fri- ,,r ". saying that the young people ",
day's performance. She shar- need this cultural exposure. It

ed the billing with Miles Davis, -. was a real pleasure to sit and
The Newport All Stars, the enjoy an afternoon of such artistic

Dave Mulligan Brubeck and for- all Trio- the, Gerry Young NINA SIMONE : Sod Stitw oi the t Meek Mr magnitude.& Mrs. Henry" Maxwell:

. Holt Unlimited, Ira Sullivan, Roland Kirk, Red Norvo, Ruby I Our Soul Sister this week comes In the petite package "I would like to comment on
Braf and Tal Farlow. of Carolyn Johnson, daughter of Mrs.Bessie Johnson the concert asbeinga wonderful -
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2136 NW 68th Lane. Carolyn will be a senior at affair and I can truly sayit .....
THE PSYCHEDELIC STAGE: Miami Northwestern Sr. High School when the fall is certainly promoting bro --- ---

The Pirates World Amusement Center which has really been school term rolls around. At school she is a memberof therhood. I am well aware of PONTIPHFLETMr.
!r the Modern Dance Club the LaPierre School of
Girl Advisors, Hospitality The Paul
bringing some good talent to Miami over the last month and a
half did it again the past weekend. and Art Clubs. Playing the piano and sewing Musical Arts, being one of the Garth ,Reeves: "I feel
L her tiDe inclined that Mr. LaPierre is a necessary
The Vanilla Fudge, known all over the world as musical 'occupy spare students who are musically -
> adjunct to the community -
and
: I sincerely hope
geniuses starred and with the '
Friday Saturday night Squire-
No community is com-
men. The Fudge was made famous by their'version of "You I! more of our people will turn
their attention in such direc- plete without a cultural enrichment -
Keep Me Hangin' On" which was written by Holland, Dozier, "
Holland originally for the Supremes. t tIt tion. I am grateful for beingone program.
Mr. & Mrs. Leroy Lane:
t of his students.
was an over flow crowd out on Sheridan Street both nights
"It is a pity we don't have more
and the word is the Vanilla Fudge gave all a real show for Mr.& Mrs.Crawford Evans, Paul La Pierres. The work
the money Jr. "It was truly a revelationto
a that he is doing for the community -
* ** * * to such people
me see young to promote brother-
AROUND TOWN: and adults engaging in such
hood is and bless
amazing, you
I
Norvel Bethel is home again. This time for another short cultural activities. I 'enjoyed in your endeavor."
S
,
leave. He goes back Friday. morning to Fort Lee where he's :k:.4j t the concert. It was one of the Your presence was our reward -

stationed in Virginia. ,.. highlights of my stay in Miami. for our efforts. Now,
Home from the cold hard front of Vietnam is Bernard : Mr. & Mrs. Ray Sneed: "I looking forward to the next

Troutman. enjoyed the concert im concert which I will be telling
Home from a weekend in Washington is Cleo Jollivette who '" :\ mensely. feel Mr. LaPierreis you more about in the coming

went up to take part in her brother's wedding. Russ Jollivette ; ;I"I"Youth 1i \ : doing a wonderful Job with weeks, please be happy--love
married the former Linda of :
Perry Washington.A ,, : ,, the children. This was my one another.
very. good movie that Pm sure will Impress the young is"If" j 1 i r
The funny part about this is that I don't know exactly mar-
how it will impress you. It's showine now at the Mayfalr., Award
. . . . Miss Inez Louise Boone is City Police To Fete
45 OF THE WEEK:"Vrtat Does Take" by Junior Walker and vying for the title of Miss Unit- I
the All Stars. For Excellence ed Negro College Fund. She Is

ALBUM OF THE WEEK: "STAND" by Sly and the Family a Junior at Florida Memorial Poor Kids
College, a native Miamianand
Stone. Lawrence'' E. Adams Jr.
,
* * * was presented the Youth a 1964 graduate of Miami The City of Miami police department and Carver YMCA--willbring

Until later, do your own thing. Award for Excellence during Northwestern Sr. High School. launches its annual underprivileged children to
ceremonies in the chambers of She is seeking financial support Summer "Fling on a Swing"for the popular PBA park.
the board of commissioners, from the community and the community's underprivileged Miami police officers,many
June 18. The selection was friends. You may make all donations children at 10:30a.m., of them working on their own
made by the Youth Advisory payable to Miss United Wednesday, July 2 in the Police time, will accompany the
MILTON M. BAKER Negro College Fund, c/o Fla.
Board representing the Coun- Benevolent Association children on the rides.
Minister ty Commission, on the basis of Memorial College, 15800 NW part, 2300 NW 14th Street. Following the rides, the
Miomi's, largest & fastest leadership, scholarship, character 42nd Ave, Miami, Florida. More than 500 children are youngsters will munch on hot
re growing deliverance church and exemplaryperson- Please include Miss Boone's expected to pOur into the park ,dogs, with cokes and ice creamto
', FIRST FAITH CATHEDRAL allty traits. name on all checks. to enjoy rides on the merry- quench, their thirst. Offi

.. 2610 NW 36th Street go-round, miniature ferris cers'' wives who belong to the
Hear on Radlq WRIZ, 1550 _.._-_..... wheel and train, as well as on PBA Auxiliary have preparedthe
r d 3r en dial, 730400| a.m.Sunday the traditional swings, according refreshments.
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thru Friday momtng.j .
SEE & HEAR REV. BAKER 1 a nix, the department's public
Sun 11 a.m. morning worship I information officer The Drunkard
'" ,'' Sun. 7i30 p.m. praying for.th.
';'n. _' "eko:' i Officer Mlnnix said the PBA At ,Playhouse

will ;
sponsor'g"Flingtatht
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1 Various community
\- :\ tFtE 'gtouV years at fee cabatel' Theater
t A. t each ne :-.uch,as the EOPI: of' Tony's ,Fish Market will
Weight Watchers the Opening of
; Announce open at the North Miami playhouse -
I Another.New Location at the IIt Kodak on July 11th:

t ,Gives Of the original cast Sandra,
!' NORTHSIDE SHOPPING CENTER I
DeVries, who sang and played'the
AUDITORIUM I Carver YMCA long- suffer 1ng\,virtuous

t N. ''W,. 27th Ave. & 79th Street I SuppliesThe wife Mary,and Eddie Bernard,
musical director recreate
GRADUATE ,
Monday July 7 at 7:30 and Monday
I p.m. every photography programof their original 'roles. New
night thereafter. } Allen Lampkin, Jr.Is a 1969 the Carver Branch YMCA members of the cast are Hen
I Fees: $5.00 first week I VACATIONINGMaster graduate of Miami Northwest received supplies from East- ry Dearborn, Guy Aylward,
I ern Senior High School. In the man Kodak Company, in con- Ruth Freeman,Marcie Knight,
2.00 weekly I Alan Newbold 2971
fall he
plans to attend Miaml- Junction with the President's and Bert Shaw.A .

I" I :.'For Further Information;>> call: 221-7448 NW and Mrs.55th Jack St., grandson Davis, Jetted of Mr.to, in Dade cartooning.Junior College Allenresidesat majoring Council on Youth Opportunity carnival spirit will prevail -
Summer Program. in the theater with pea-
,
( I : ; (Present this ad for fr.. gift when registering I 'Annapolis, Maryland,for a two 1 1385 NW 70th Street with his These supplies will be used nuts,' Cracker Jacks, pop- _

I'. formerly weeks vacation of Palmetto with the Kents Fla.,. ther.mother. two sisters and a bro to enhancethephotograpny corn, player piano, and old-
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((2)) Miss Janet Reiter, Mr. Walter Brown, in "Camelot" leading roles. -' '
((3)) Mr. Harry Michael McCartney rendering an excellent "It Ain't: Necessarily. So". From "Porgy and Bess.," '-
((4)) Mr. Paul La Pierre, founder of The Performing Arts Society ,(. ;
((5)) The Performing Arts Society Chorus ... f. t ?:, '
((6)) Miss Janet Reiter singing a Guinevere love parody. :*.. :: ;', if :J.t "t., ,: :"
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HOMOSEXUAL ANIMALS : Young Artists' Day At The Crandon Zoo | Top Artists In Concert At ,


Part 5 Ten-Part Series, "'- Olinda Park Sunday
THE HOMO WORLDin The animals of the Craa- through sixteen years old,are first, second and third placesin I.
The first of a series of mu- audience should bring their
each of the following divisions
don Zoo are patiently awaiting cordially Invited to this 11th
sical programs sponsored by own seating arrangements:
August Hep their big day of the year; annual special event sponsored : the Metropolitan Dade County folding chairs, blankets, pillows 1
S and under 6
the MetropolitanDade Ages ages
by
Young Artists'
Now On Your Day at the Park and Recreation Department -, etc.Hear beautiful mu-
8 9 through 11,
Crandon Zoo County Park and Recre- through ages
Newsstands coming up July in cooperation with the sic and watch the artists and !
12 16.
10, ation Department. The Cran- ages through .
Thursday. All children don Zoogatesopenat9:3Oa.mfor Guest Judges this year will Opera Guild, of Greater Miami performers under the stars! .
all young aspiring artists be Al Staphle, world famous* will open on the stage of the Don't miss these wonderful
Showmobile at Olinda productions. The public is invited -
park
to begin their paintings. artist best known for his creation ,
of "Smoky the Bear"; NW 22nd Avenue and 52nd St.,, free to attend. .
NOW SHOWING The artists may use any photographer of animals, with An Evening of Popular rt..rra..r
medium to paint with from children and famous people, Broadway Show Tunes. Cur- SPECIALANNOUNCEMENT I
SCREENED crayons to oils, but they must Majory Houston,and Clare Sa- tain will go up at 7 p.m., Sun- '
day, July 6. On this free evening f
furnish their own materials. Jo, program services directorof
AT of beautiful voices singing All churches, clubs,
9:10
The children and teens will the Girl Scout Council of
paint from 9:30 to 12:00 noon Tropical Florida. familiar songs from the etc. interested in having
at which time, they must sub- This fun day for children broadway stage. The artists souvenir programs 4
An mit two paintings per person should be of special interestto will be: Margaret Boydston, printed must have the
astounding
entertainment
to the central desk for Judg church groups, day nur- soprano; Marta Castellanos, typewritten or printed r
experience dazzling tripto ing. The, paintings must be series, boy and girl scouts, soprano; Eugene Holmes, baritone copy in the Miami I I
Dorothy Ziegler, pia-
done on the zoo grounds and or Just bring neighborhood ;
Times office 2 weeks
the ''moon the planets 'be of animals, birds or reptiles gang for a fun day of sketch- nist; Walter Palevoda,masterof C
no landscapes. ing and painting the animals at ceremonies. in advance to the date
and the stars beyond. the Crandon Zoo, Key B15- These are the type of out- of the activity.
Ribbons will be awardedfor cayne. door presentations where the 1




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First Black Elected To Statewide

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Legion PostCornelius

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D. Johnson of district as assistant sgt.-at-
West Palm Beach Post No. 199 arms, historian and comman-
,u r was elected department historian der. Has been a department
of the American Legion, photographer for the past four
Department of Florida,Sunday years and has served in various
afternoon at the 51st Annual M positions, including< pub-
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,I Ft. Lauderdale. vice commission, member-
'.:$ lie was also elected vice ship and as an aide to the department -
president of the Florida commander. Cur-
; American Legion Press Asso- rently serving as a member of
ciation and was the recipient of the National DistinguishedGuest
I *,, : the Golden Anniversary Award Committee and< has been
i :!1 for Outstanding Photography, a member of the National Law
i t: 1968-1969. and Order and UnAmericanand
Johnson becomes the first < Anti-Subversive Commit-
black man to be elected to a tees.He
,. state office In the American was recently selected to
'"', ,.''..... (. Legion, Department of Fla. CORNELIUS JOHNSON serve as a counselor and
\\ .i .., He has been adjutant of West post: oratorical, publicity, photographer at the Florida
'._\ Palm Beach Post 199 for the membership, school awards, American Legion Boys State
past five years, served on the child welfare, boys state and program to be held at Florida
Area residents who were among the almost 500 receiving degrees from following committees in his special events. He served the State University next week.
Tennessee A&l State University in Nashville recently' include (left to right)

first row: Shirley A. Hines, Fort Pierce; Charlotte E. Thomas, Pensacola; Duke And Share Memorial AwardTwo I
Gaye King
Cheryl Culbert, Jacksonville Terressa A. Fells, Jacksonville. Secondrow

: Terry L. Jackson, Plant City; Gerald Cue, Jacksonville; Anthony Williams Miami-Dade Junior with underprivileged< children.He a member of CORE task force
( Miami; and Theopholieus S. Worrell, Miami.flRANDOM College graduates, David was elected by residentsin prior to coming to Miami-
Dukes and William Gage, both his area as a Model City Dade. He has spent summer
of Richmond Heights, have Councilman. A business ad- vacations as a voter registration -
Moonlight CruiseA been chosen to share M- ministration major at Mlami- worker in North Florida,
South's newly established Dade, he plans to enter Florida and led the Martin Luther King
Gala Moonlight Cruise Martin Luther King Memorial Altantic University this Memorial March to the Torch
THOUGHTSby with a full course dinner and Award fall. He lives at 14500Buchanan of Friendship. The social
dancing will be presented to Winners were Judged on the Street. science major will continuehis
GLORIA MILLER \ the public on Saturday, August basis of their contribution to studies at the Universityof
9. This affair is being aid human relations on cam- Dukes, vice president of the Miami. He lives at 13847
sponsored by Mrs. Barbara: pus or In the community.Competition Golden Key Service Club, was Monroe Street.
By Gloria Miller It appears that us working Doberson, members Create-', was sponsored by the
Fm a sucker for traveles- girls will have to wait until a er Miami Elks' Temple No,. Catalyst, South Campus news- MERCHANTS WHO
pecially when I read about far shining knight in bermuda 769 in behalf of the Temple's paper. Scholarship money was ADVERTISE IN THE
off places in the newspapers. shorts rides< In on his surf Little Folks Contest. Admis- from an anonymous donor. MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
All I have to do is read how board to save us idle poor.To sion: per person $10; 'child Gage, as president of the APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
the climate Iscoolandbreezy, make sure you can identify the ren $5. Casual wear. There Golden Key Service Club, THEY ARE
the Island is quaint and old right knight, look for someone will be two cocktail bars on sparked the Perrine Community COURTEOUS DEPENDABLE,
world, and the shops are waving several palm fronds to board for your pleasure. Project through which PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMI I
,abundantly supplied with all the music of his transitor ra-. Don't forget Saturday, Au- members of, the club worked
the goodies from all over the dio. Do not confuse him with a gust 9, sailing time 9 a.m. to
world, and Fm a goner. I find tour guide. Let's hope that this 12 midnight from Jordan
myself dialing the airlines for dream island will be located Marsh dock, Biscayne Blvd.
ticket Information. That's offshore on' the nearest sand an<14th St.
when ,my hopes fade and I resign bar so that we can wade out For tickets and other information -
myself to my old home and reach It without the nasty please call 69171554or ate ,
town. I would like to be one of thought of air fare. 7546556.
those smiling faces going Little tiki huts will dot the
places, but, unfortunately, It landscape and< calupso bands
takes money to leap aboard and will roam freely as they sere
fly away For the average nade us week-end natives. We fM"
working gal, the lure of the islands could wile away the hours yu
--or any other place, basking In this Island: naradise SO
for that matter -- Is contin- savoring the thought that our
gent upon what's left of the little trip would not Involve a mEWStON
paycheck. After Mr. Nixon second mortgage on the old
takes out his surcharge homestead. Instead of a go l
-- and social security, withholding now, pay later plan, it will be,
t1;
< Insurance and pen- a pay what you can plan. This '
sion gobbles up the rest -- I might involve eating coconutsand 6kya'
am short by about 90 per cent bananas, but who cares?
of the fare,and/or the other So,gals, while we wait for our
costs. The warm winds of the suntanned benefactor to
tropics fade away and InsteadI spring us from our type-
feel the humid wetness of Mi writers and Xerox machines,
ami. Steel drums and banana put your air conditioner on :
diaqulris will ha veto wait until high, mix a cool cocktail, and ;!!IIlr
I cash in on my social security.By above all, don't forget towear !
then, Fll probably favor an your bikini under your working i
electric blanket and a shawl, clothes. "Be Prepared" has
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16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 4, 1969

Gaddy. Rawls-From Hospital Orderly To Police Officer


said with a confident fleer. When
Rawls people
But
think
,
dent Rawls admitted."I Ofa
Gaddy Rawls toiled as an ,
of
"I think I'm goingto a policeman
wink
wantedto they
who think
friend
orderly at a local hospital.His had a ot
wantedit be here a long time. someone who 'confines'
He them
pay: $170 a month.A be a policeman. such In ,
Rawls is fairly typical of as jail
and he took the
buddy of his Joined the very badly so "But
officers. when
Miami police department and exam and passed."I many Miami police someone is in
family man and had a trouble they call a
started out at $282. That was was an orderly at the He's a policeman
"and mak- solid education. We're not here Just to
12 years ago. time, Rawls said, catch
his greatest the criminal, but to
Bawls
says
Today, a rookie Miami police ing $170 a month.Andmybuddy prevent
feeling of accomplishment crime before it happens "
month. ,
officer earns a beginning was making $282 a
salary of$7,236 per year.It's "So I put in my application, stems from the many roles a Bawls is particularly concerned -
all part of a program to attract took the exam and passed, police officer must play. "A with today's young peo.
the highest caliber of also police officer," he said, "has pie. He believes that parents

young men to Join the depart- "Of course, my mother to be a doctor, lawyer, coun- do not discipline their children
ment. didn't want me to become a policeman selor and father. as they should and such lack
But the Miami police de- You always hear of "He must be all of these of parental control is a chief
partment also wants more something happening to them. things to be a good police of- cause of Juvenile delinquency,
"' qualified black police officers

and "Operation Badge" is part

.,...., ,,'. 'd 0,',, of that campaign.
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r Irl ,. "!{\!1 ',' l black officers in the 670man
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Ii' 14 of lawmen
the
b _.n .. _n." ,____ ,.._n__.,__.m._ by philosophy
such as Rawls -- find a future

Miami police officer Gaddy Rawls checks out a with the Miami police depart-

call on his squad car radio. ,A 12-year-veteran on ment.
"I'm a acci- I
policeman by
the force, Officer Rawls is typical of the well-

trained, highly-qualified police officers in the de
partment.MiamiMetro: Dept. of Publicity & Tour- Letter From The

,ism photo. Bartow Jail Li .ISMTA II


Dear Sir,
I
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; I am here in Park County
,'< Jail in Bartow Fla. lam in bad
) trouble with crime I 14ik'
charged a I &
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', :;: did not commit. lam being assisted '
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sure you understand the word
public defender. I don't have
anyone to look to for help. My
A"fL .< S r k y wife is alone with one child 0 m p.v'S
Y i iA h 0
only two years old,and expect-
ing another kid in August.lam

.:I sure that you know me by sight -
II I Dot by name. I need help bad. I 1\ ,::.
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Will you please try and send me .. "

some assistance from your \
tk' I organization. I live in Miami,

r e oSA I my wife and kid are also there. For Your Added Convenience
My wife name and address: .
Ada Bell Jenkins
511 NW 72nd Lane
DRIVE-IN BANKINGOur
Miami, Florida. r Ill .
s Yours truly,

Herman Jenkins, Jr.
t x N 330 Carpentry Street I 11 Drive-In Banking service is the easiest and most

Bartow. Fla. I II convenient way for you to handle withdrawals and
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.:',;j tF : .: '" r. I II deposits. The service is friendly and fast just
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Theatrical Editor
Latest entrant In the Miss Bronzevllle Beauty and Talent
The Miami Times
Pageant Is Jackie Richardson at 5'6" and 105 pounds. The :
Florida finals in the contest will be held Sunday, July 27, at :I NA 1.7203 f''W\

Bayfront Park Auditorium. Louise Riley Enterprises is spon- 16351 NW 18th Place
soring the state contest with the winner going to Los Angelesin Bunche Park

August to compete In the national finals. Register at 35 b Y A b 9
Opa-locka Florida
NE 17th Street or call 379-3581 for more information. ,

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, July 4. 1969 17

Church Of God Youth ConventionIn

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tof a TallahasseeThe

m. 40th Annual Sunday I state in the promotion of this tending this convention may
School, YPWW and Worker ,convention in the summer of receive further Information -
; 10 Convention of the Church of 1930. by writing to Rev. W. R.
an.teh. God In Christ West Florida Besides the fellowship of Nesbitt, PO Box 1372,Jacksonville -
will convene in Tallahassee, :youth and adults, workers are Fla.
ent August 5 10 at the Watson .trained to work in each department -
Temple Church of God In of the church through Rev. S, Penn Nesbitt will
on- Christ, Bishop Wales R, Nes ministrial workshops,depart coordinate the youth departI -
aonts. bitt, Sr., presiding.This mental workshops and semi I ment as president; Rev. M. L.
youth and workers convention ;I nars. Youth discussions are Scronie will coordinate the
ren was organized 39 :planned for the youth. A ban- activities of the Sunday School
lek years ago by Bishop Nesbitt. i I quet for youth and adults will Department; and Mrs.Lula M.
fief This 40th session will review i be held at one of the newest Henderson will coordinate the
ey.I many steps in the development ;and most modern motel facilities activities of the Women's De
of this convention; and citations ( in Tallahassee. partment. Visiting speakerswill
will be awarded to Persons interested in at- appear daily.rh .
persons who were present.
at the first session. Mrs.
Gussie Gamble, the widow of
the late Rev. Willie Gamble,
who is state mother of the
Eastern Florida Jurisdictionis
REUNION Elvis Presley and Barbara McNair (right) are visited on the scheduled to be cited from

set of their new movie, "Change of Habit," by gospel singer Mahalia Jack- this area. The late Rev. and !

son.Presley, who patterned his singing style after Miss Jackson, is one of Mrs. Gamble and their daughter and / ,,,, '
most ardent admirers and attended her concerts as a boy in Tupelo, Miss., accompanied Bishop
Mrs. W. R. Nesbitt and their
where they both born.
were
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i daughter as they travelled

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Antloaette Taylor, the daughter of Etta Mae Taylor
will leave Kennedy Airport in New York for Paris, France on
July 5th. Sandra resides with her aunt, Mrs.Edith Brennan at
160 NW 49thStreet.Sheisa 1966 graduate of Booker T. Wash-
ington Jr.-Sr. High School, and faithfully affiliated with Mt.
Olivette Baptist Church.
Sandra majors in Social Science and will be a senior at
Voorhees'College in Denmark, S. C. in the fall of this year.
;:. *t: ,* She will be accompanied on this tour by Miss Margueriet De-
laney, of Charlotte,. N.C. who Is also a student at Voorhees;
Miss Carolyn Sanders, a student at Benedict College in Co-
r 1F y f lumbia, S.C.; Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Byrd of Columbia Mrs.
Byrd is a French instructor at both Benedict and Voorhees
Colleges.
They will study at the University of Poitiers in La Ro-
chelle, France for six weeks this summer. While there they
will tour London, England; Madrid, Spain and much of France.
The credits Sandra will receive will go towards the earningof
her B.S. degree.
Sandra has been elected and will reign as Miss Voorhees
You receive one of these gifts free by depositing $250 or more during the 1969-70 school year.

during our Grand Opening Celebration

Only one gift to a family.. Sorry, no gifts mailed. Primary "C" School Community

Other gifts to choose from. i

,I :. ::,, ....," ,,,1: .' Convenient Hours:, .,. :;iil! .:< School Summer Program

Mondays9OOto6OOPM: ; We have a wonderful opportunity -. meeting your needs and inter-
Tuesdays through Fridays 9:00: to 3:00: P.M. to make our school. a ests. Come and let us make
INTEREST PAID FROM DATE OF DEPOSIT TO DATE OF WITHDRAWALFranklin place of action .' a place Primary "C" a great com.
THAN where you and friends come to munity school!
BONE EVtgi, relax, learn, and to share' Classes are from 71- 10,
I ideas, sing, danceyouname they Include adult basic education << -
Per annum Per annum I it. Our school is relativelynew Monday and Wednesday;
O ind ppa Qded /O compounded paid andO and we would want It to High School English, .Tues-
/ quarterly quarterly be a place of action; a place days; HighSchool Mathematics -
on six months passbook on reQU'arsavinss where great things are happening Wednesday; High School
certificates. accounts.AIr8 for families and their Government, Thursday and
children. high school Science, Monday.
From 1 -, 4:30 on Monday
We have opened Primary"C"
TO SATE Wednesday and Fridays: Be-
to you, the family and
friends for eight weeks dur- ginners violin; accordion -
Federal ing this long hot summer. guitar; tambourine bongo;
Something new has been added percussion group; piano and
voice lesson group singing.
;
we will conduct a recreational
'. Offered dally are speechand
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI. program every Satur- .
1 4 and 710
1
drama ;
day from 9 5.
124 East Flagler ,Street; Miami, Florida." dancing (modern,JIWL Latin,
:' \' Get your high school diploma and African), 3- 51;band group,
t. ." ; :If; learn to read better, arts 1-5; arts and crafts, 4-5;
..,..;ilt.'i.,! J ;\r1'IiI..,>. ,J. '" 0 ; .., and crafts, piano lesson, do and recreation 3 10.
..\. you like to sing? speech and
K'Se habla Espanol. Member of Downtown Park and Shop. c. |IJJmSgSavings i insured to 15000. For additional information
.: drama, beginners violin. please contact Mr. Franklin
Let us talk about our prob Clark at 757 NW 66th St. or
.'tt..!' lems. Tell us If this school call at 8360012.11III -


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I a businessman my job takes me to many
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SCOUT HOW WAGONA country. I see and talk to a lot of people and I
I come into contact with a big cross section of
the black community. What I 'see is a growing
NEW IDEAThe surge of a kind of super-pride.There's the Afro

local Boy Scout organi- Other assistance nas come bers of the committee include Omega Phi Psi Fraternity cut, the wearing of jewelry and clothing with a
zation, a Miami-Dade Junior 'from the Lions Club of Key Charles African-American influence and
B. Potter, Robert H. members who are assistingin strong many
College fraternity, and a nat- Biscayne, Red Top Sedan Simms, Hal Jurgensmeyer, the program include Wilbert other material evidences .of an identifying
ional foundation have
Joined Company, the Luby Foun- Peter Knowles, Dr. Gilbert H ol1a mon, Carlton Jones,
together to give Liberty City- dation, Tropical Trailer Sales Porter, Garth C. Reeves, Vann Johnson, James Wilson, symbol. Racial pride is just busting out all over.
Brownsville boys some new of Miami, :Metropolitan Mot she Zilbert, and Robert Alphonso NeSmith, and Andrew And I don't knock it. But it does seem to me
action this summer County and the Sears, Roe- Holmes. McCollum. that material showings are not as important to

buck Northside Store. ....''''" ..- ----""..........--..",-,.,- the black people today as what I call Commu-
Under the auspices of the The Boy Scout HOW Wagon .
South Florida Council, Boy will visit a different area at nity Involvement. .
Scouts of America, a new 57 4:30 p.m. each day, returning Yelling words and mouthing phrases like
foot house trailer and equip to the same playground weekly ar "Blacki "
"Black PowerU4' qul, or is beautiful,
ment truck will take the
Boy
On it visits Lib-
Monday r can't erase the, problems in the ghettos. What
Scout program to local playgrounds erty City Elementary School,
during the next few 1855 NW 71st St. On TuesdayIt can erase them are the things,we,can do to helpour
months. This' will be done to 'goes to James E. Scott young people understand the true meaning
Interest new boys In ,Joining Homes at 7226 NW "
Playground
.of "intellectual power. If they learn. they'llhave
the more than 1,000 boys now
22nd Avenue 'On Thursday It
a better chance to earn. Our youngsters
in Scouting in Liberty City- will be at the Liberty Square
Brownsville. Housing Playground, 1450 NW must be encouraged in their school work. They
64th Street and on Friday it must be made to feel that there is hope and their
The Boy Scout HOW Wagon, visits
Bethune Elementary dreams true.
can come
as the truck and trailer are School, 2900 NW 43rd Ter.
made If you've got children, I it's to
called, were possible Boys who J Join I the scout say up youto
through a grant from the Sears troops at each location will betaken pN.Sx let them know you really care about them.
Roebuck Foundation., on monthly hikes or Go to their schools. Talk with their teachers.
camping trips and will take Attend PTA meetings. Get involved.in com-
Leadership for group activities part in weekly meetings load-
munity projects and neighborhood events. Set
organized in the HOW ed with ceremonies, games
Wagon will be provided by and contests. x the pace and the example for the children.
members of Omega phi Psi The Boy Scout How Wagon There's just no getting around it. the futureof
Fraternity most of whom live idea was developed by' the
black society is depending upon them. What
Scoutmaster In Liberty City-Brownsville.of the program Is South Florida Council's Inner you, do and how you do it is serious business.

Fraternity Brother Peter City Extension Committee.Lt. ..I11 Remember ,; some mighty important people
Knowles of 300;N. W. '40 St. Leroy Smith, a Liberty City "j I are watching every move you make. They'reour
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Scouter wrote the program 3. ., ,' : ...,_ l' kids.
Knowles will be assisted by materials. Norman M. Giller HI' It
Fraternity Brother,Robert is committee chair man.Mem ,111,;:, ,-"! > ,t: :: Jlge B'ladi'I'

Holmes of 900 N. W.52St..and :'.e' a, .. ''".'*Vice President
by experienced Scout leader I The Greyhound Corporation
Frank Howard of 1300 N.W. 'i i "
2nd Avenue. Other membersof JOHN HOSKIN JR. SAYS ::1 .
Omega Phi Psi ,will serveas "
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Patrol Dads and program '' -I, 4
counselors. ._ ,
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IF IT'S FRESH FISH H' : -r 0 \ L-
While the program was .' T ;
made possible through the

Roebuck inltal grant Foundationmany from the Sears, YOU WANT ,,::.
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Lines Program and Economic, Inc. have Opportunity WE HAVE IT 7 DAYS A WEEKU 1?' ROGERS

provided resources funds and for equipment.program. jijI AT PL, 1-7502

Burdine's and the Dade County FOR, A GOOD BUY ON A
Neighborhood Youth aides.Corps are PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT
providing program BUY WE'LL FRYCALL STEREO INSTRUMENTS.OR'ORCHESTRA

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deeply grateful to every one
Last year when a group of to find out upon their return who made the first six monthsof
prominent Cuban businessmen that their businesses had been this year a banner half year
announced toe opening of their looted. for the temple, The Increase -
I f new'shopping center on 22nd It's.a crying shame that membership has put the L .
Avenue, many "brothers and someone would take advantageof temple in second place in the y, 4
I i sisters" showed signs of being the situation to steal. It state and the financial statusis "'
i'I disturbed by this achievement seems as though some,people quite satisfactory.
', .,,1 ; Some spoke pessimistically don't even have respect for the Several new faces will be
I : about the business venture dead. seen in office. They are:
f I while, others became critics Rick Shaw, WQAM disc joc- Daughter Loice Fox, Vice
of the black man for not key and Channel 10 personality Daughter Ruler; Daughter De-
I having a shopping center of his does a great Job bridg- lores Gordon, Chaplain;
r ing the gap between young people Daughter Barbara Doberson,
own.There should be a traffic and the older generation.Out Escourt; Daughter, Gertrude
light at me intersection of 58 of our statistics corner Crowder, ,Trustee; Daughter
Street and 12thAvenue.During comes this little sweetie.Read, Yvonne Varner and Daughter)
; the morning and evening it only if you are sober. Roslyn Hicks, Doorkeeper and
f'F, '-"rush-hour" traffic, a driver Although the Negro represents Gatekeeper.
who Is on 58th Street'has to only ten percent of the There will be an initiation
wait for up to two minutes before Amercan population, he consumes very soon when the membership
be gets "break"to continue 25 percent of all al- will make another Increase Delta' Teen-Lift A SuccessMiami
across 12th Ave.on 58th cholic beverages sold. and the sister temple
Street. I have seen good drivers It has been suggested that Antler No. 39 will be invitedto Alumnae Chapter of man of the Social Action Com In the afternoon, the tour of
become so Irritated by the the new Dade University be participate.The Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, mittee, included greetings Christian Hospital affordedthe
wait, that they dart across in constructed either'on the site "Little Folks Contest"is toe., sponsored its second from our chapter president, teens to learn the Impor-
front of oncoming cars as of Interama or at the site of' making quite a comeback "Project Teen-Lift", introducing Soror Fannie Thurston and an tance of health facilities The
though tey didn't care what the old 'Tamlaml Airport. I 'and each sponsor Is given' the seventeen teenagers to explanation of the materials Miami Alumnae Chapter, of
happened. suggest that the State Boardof opportunity to raise $200 and', a wider range of community presented to the teens In their Delta Sigma Theta Sorority
Jalousie (type glass doors Regents, with the cooper- over and walk away with a cash opportunities and experiences. packet by Soror Victoria furnished a room at the hospital
should be outlawed because ation of the Dade County Board prize. Daughter Arlean Miller For two days, the group Simpson. Inez Hill shared her which was shown to the
they make "easy work" for of Public Instruction, convert visited her temple on the last toured business, educational, experiences on the initial pro group.
burglars -- period.Commissioner. Miami-Dade Junior CollegeInto meeting and was recieved with 'and governmental establish- ject teen-lift sponsored last Highlights of our culminating -
Athalie a four-year institutionand a warm welcome from the ments. August. Juanita Hill discussed activity what it means to
Range Is a wonderful humanitarian keep it on the commuter daughters of Greater Miami. The local teenlift was an what it mean to be a 1969 Delta be Social Action Sorority, by
per id. bases. Daughter Amelia Shavers was outgrowth of Delta Sigma Debutante.The Soror Barbara Stinson. Soror
Joe Namath will injure the' At the present M-DJC sites, not present during the last 'Theta Sorority's national tour of Miami Dade Jun- Fannie Thurston concluded the
entire football world if he does thre is plenty of convenientland meeting due to personal teen-lift project. This project ior College Norm campus conducted "TEEN-LIFT" by presenting
not return period. and Its locations are Illness. She Is one of the first has been sponsored annuallyfor by Dean Charles Walker -. certificates to all members of
Heavily padded bumper' ideally, located to, serve the daughters of Greater Miami the past six years. highlighted the newly con- the group.
t guards for both the front and people of Dade County. and was among the fifty who 'June 27th and 28th were the structed Arts Center, the lib- Certificates of appreciationwere
I rear bumpers should be standard "I can't stop progress," started the temple under the dates set up for the tours, rary, and the Industrial Arts awarded to the following
equipment on all new but if anymore highrlse apart- founder Daughter Marie
t which included orientation areas. Dean Walker gave an teens for their participation:
cars. This will cut down on ment buildings go up on Miami White.
a tour of Miami Dade Junior explanation of the many opportunities OpaLocka: ShlrleyAnnHa-
''I I pers allolriesbydlmJn1sbIDe Beach, the traffic from them Daughter Sarah Smalley Is College North Campus, toursof for personal deve gan; Coconut Grove: Deborah
the force of Impact. will one day choke the city working hard as a contributor Metro Public Safety Department lopment.The Murray, Effie Patterson and
ft was reported that when ,streets for the "Little Folks" Coo- and Christian Hos- group enjoyed dinner atToby's Janice Wtakfield-! Richmond
r'The airplane,crashed..on 3Ctn The City of Miami police test. Her support and cooperation pital. Teens and sponsors Mtt St. Cafeterh.A Heights: Cynthia CUrk,
Street, merchants m the ta- Department should have this can be depended upon fa sprat tee lieU at Howard big favorite with the teens Josephine' Hill. D ana )Mule
,J mediate vicinity teft their ,sires, painted oatnoftttelr her tempi always Johnson's dbwatova moteL wall the roof-top swimming,Derlcho, Rickey 1 Dotes and
stores tar faa? of fire, only patrol ears .- "to pI'Ottetud '
It The orientation conducted pool at Howard Johnson's mo Eddie Lee Rlcho, r..
']. to ..,e.' Daughter Ruler Screen is by Sorer Ulrian Pratt chair-
If instructing all of the daughters, tel.Up Perrtae
with the sun on Saturday : Pamela E. Bru-
The New Port of Miami "
to their
purchase
regaliacaps Greater Miami in this "Go To morning, after eating a ton; Goulds; Gary Cooper,
HIDEJjRAV'HAIR10MBIE' (Dodge Island) should have ( ) now from the office of Church Sunday." hearty breakfast at Royal Christopher Houston Vernon

been built twenty years ago. Daughter Smalley and be prepared Dt. Pinkie Lowe is now the' Castle, the group continued its TUlman, VlrchusTillman,
How time has If
changed: to attend St. Matthews
tour Annie Ruth Spoon and John
2 Insurance Secretary of Greater with Metro public Safety
any young man wore pink Baptist Church, 6100 NW 24th Miami Temple. It is anticipated Department. The tour of the Spoon. 'chaperones for the
ACTION> pants, purple knit shirts, or Avenue, on Sunday, July 20, "TEEN-LIFT"
by the members of the Communications Division were Sorors
&1.ZESESMltIIPUCE Actons OH Ram, red he underwear five years ago,. 1969 at 11 a.m. Daughter Ru- temple that Daughter Lowe the Crime Laboratory,and theJail Miriam Pratt, Cliffornia Ross
wouldhavebeenthe"laugh- ler is inviting all other tem
.. will serve as Chairman of the was an enlightening ex- Harriet Shootes, Barbara
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?? THE MIAMI TIMES Friday. July 4. 1969

-- ; CARD OF THANKSThe RANGE ,,"" DEATH, NOTICE

I ffl1RDMEMORIALSDEATHSIN I I family of the late Mrs. Albertha Mingo Mit- < 'I't
1.\" chell of 630 NW 73rd Terr., I.i \\'
nor Nursing Home. He is sur- :, t';" q r
vived by two daughters, Mrs.
MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMCHARLES Cora Lee King and Mary Mit-

of dear chell; five sons,Eddie and John
family the late In loving me mory of my
la of our husband
memory King, Richard, Rufus andJohn
and father MRS. LILLIE MAE GARY husband, father, son, brother, six
who died on March 19, 1969, and grandfather, Mitchell; grandchildren;
two Thelma
wish daughters-in-law,
to thank everyone who
Mitchell and Angie King.Fun-
was so thoughtful during our
eral services will be con-
hour of bereavement. Swi
thanks to Range Funeral ducted on Saturday, 4 p.m. at

Home, Mary Arline Chapter M St. Mary's W. M. Church.

No. 99, O.E.S., Brownsville bl Rev. James Culmer of 276f
wr
Baptist Church Choir No. 1, NW 61st Street died June 29th
.......... _
The R. R. ,Moton Elementary at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. It\---.....p""""" (f' _

( School family, Ivy Banks Nur- He is survlvedbyhlswUePe- Mr. Isaac S.Savage of Madi-

. sing Guild ant the Teacher's zeretta; two brothers, Hiram son, Florida, died June 27 at

Aides of Gladeview Ele- MRS. IDA KNOWLES Culmer and John Burroughs, the Christian Hospital. He had

mentary School. Thank you for DESHAZIORwish Jr.; two sisters, Mary B. been hospitalized at Jackson

your car donations, food and to express sincere thanks Hence and Lillie Mae Hart; a Memorial Hospital off and on

other donations. Again, we and appreciation to our many stepfather, John Burroughs, for a long time before trans-

thank you. friends for their cards, let- Sr. and a host of other rela- ferring to Christian.He was an

The Family ters, telegrams, floral pieces, tives. Funeral services will be instructor at the Sewannee

Mrs. Catherine Jones, and other acts of kindness. conducted on Saturday at the River High School of Madisonfor

,.,MR. ALBERT JAMES BARRY daughters Special thanks to Father Grace Presbyterian Church, many years. He was a

who departed life July 2, 1968. Richard, Stephen and ALFRED BLADESwho Elisha E. Clarke, Jr., and the time to be announced. graduate of the Florida A&M

Gone, but not forgotten. Adolphus Gary, sons departed this life July 3, members of the Church of the Louis Jordan of 2348 NW University with Bachelors and
1966. Transfiguration and the Range 72nd Street died June 30th as Masters degree. While teach-

Olive P. Barry, wife and IN MEMORIAMIn His life is a beautiful memory, Funeral Home for their effi- the result of a drowning ac- ing in Madison he was activein

Family His absence a silent grief, cient service. cident. He was a student at the Mt. Zion AME Church
sad but loving memory of He sleeps in God's lovely garden Northwestern High School. He where he grew up, was con-
my dear husband and our father Charles H. Deshazior, is survived by his mother, verted and served in the choirs

CARD OF THANKS, In sunshine and in perfect husband Mrs: Irene Jordan; five bro- and on the Trustee Board. He

peace. Frances 0. Knowles, thers, a sister and other rela- initiated the adult education
The family of the late Louise Blades, mother daughter tives. Funeral services will be program in his school in the

III IIIe missed Felix H. Knowles, conducted on Saturday, the form of night school.He .
Sadly by
Iii : grandson time and to be
place an- is survived by a brotherMr.
Gertrude Blades wife
,
Charles, Jr., son Predencia S. Knowles, nounced. Timothy 0. Savage, Jr.,
tln 'N 3 Ernestine granddaughterIrene Arnold Simmons of 1374 NW' music director at Booker T.
Almetha, Mary, ,
Shirley, and Charlene, daughters Ferguson, sister 67th Street died June 25th at Washington Jr.High of Miami;
Relatives and friendsIN Jackson Memorial Hospital. five sisters Mrs. Rebecca E.

F;" Dennis, Arlene and Eric, He is survived by a wife, M c C ray, Instructor at the
t}
y Yt grandchildrenLouise MEMO RIAM Anges; a daughter, Beulah E. Sewannee River High School,

Blades, mother In loving memory of: Smith; a son-in-law, Allen Mrs. Edna C. Honeywell, instructor -
Lucille Clark and Mary Smith; ten grandchildren, five at the Greenville
Blades, sisters ,,1 rr wL great-grandchildren and other Training School of Madison

Lenora Johnson, motherinlaw + { Mtl a relatives. Funeral services County; Mrs. Beulah Mae
a < were conducted Wednesday, Chester, instructor at the

July 2nd at the Ebenezer Me- Douglas Elementary School of

6 f thodist Church. Miami; Miss Mary Ella Savage -

IN MEMORIAM James Plez of 1231 NW 66th Madison, Fla.; and Miss
JAMES WILLIAM BETHELwho
In loving memory of our Street died June 24th at his residence Margie Lee Savage, instructor -
departed this life July 5
1952. loved one. "4 He is survived by his at the Floral Heights Ele-

MRS. MAE TYNDELLwho We loved well but God wife, Della Mae; 12 children; mentary School of Miami,
departed this life on June you three sisters and a brother. along with a host aunts,
So beloved .k ShJ
loved best. sleep on -
I 11, 1969, wishes to express and you take rest. Funeral services were con- uncles, nieces, nephews,cou-'
their sincere thanks and ap- your Ys4x ducted on Tuesday, 3 p.m. at sins and friends.
preciation to our many Mrs. Eva A. Bethel, wife s a, : 4ii' 'A the First Baptist Church ofBrownsville. The family wishes to ex-

friends, neighbors and rela- Mrs. Beatrice V. Bethel press in this way i!.eir deep
tives who were so kind to us Miles, daughter Isaac S. Savage of 1770 NW and sincere appreciation to'the

during our time of bereavement Mrs. Marie Y. BethelRich- 55th Terrace died June 27th at administrator, the nurses,the

Thanks for your cards, ardson, daughter Christian Hospital. Amonghls aids, the staff and the doctorsof
floral pieces, visits, tele- Eustace A. Bethel, son MRS. LILLIE MAE EDDY survivors include Timothy the Jackson Memorial, the

grams, prayers, phone calls, James H. Bethel, son SIDNEY wage, his brother;five sisters, Brooks County, the Gainsville
and all acts of kindness. Spe- and grandchildren who departed this life July 5, Rebecca S. McCray, Edna Medical Center and the Chris

cial thanks to Rev. E. T. 1963.A Honeywell, Beulah Mae Chester tian Hospital for their kindness -

Graham, choir no. 1, deaconsand precious one from us is Mary Ella, and MargieLee and untiring service and
deaconess and all who took CARD OF THANKSThe gone, a voice we love is still, Savage. Remains were devotion.Mr. .

part in the service; also to family of the late a place is vacant in our home, shipped on Wednesday to Ma- Savage will be fun-

Father Major, the Church of DAISY ARMSTRONG which never can be filled. All dison, Florida for final rites eralized at the Mt. Zion AME

the Incarnation, Bethany wishes to express sincere is dark within our dwelling, and burial. Church on Saturday, July 5 at

S.D.A. Church, Range Funeral thanks and appreciation to DODY CURTBS lonely are our hearts today for Spencer Adams of 611 NW 2:30. The eulogy will be delivered -

Home. To all we say thank their many friends during who departed this life July 2, the one we loved so dearly has 1st Court No. 2 died June 24th by Rev. H. H. Ziegler.
you. May God bless each and their bereavement. Your 1968. forever passed away at Jackson Hospital.He is sur- Tlllman and Wright Funeral

everyone of you. cards, telegrams, floral Servant of God well done, Harry L. Sidney and Family vived by his wife, Murphy; Directors of Madison,Florida

pieces, calls and visits were The glorious war-fate's past three sons, Aldgie, Eddie and will be in charge."Let us sup-

The Family comforting. Thanks again,and The battle's fought, the race Ulysses; two daughters, Mrs. port the United Cancer Fund."

May God bless you. is won and NORTHSIDEBenjamin Marjorie Mitchell and Mrs. I

IK MEMORIAM Thou art crowned at last. McGhee of 3240 Anna Mary Price, several DEATH NOTICEMrs.
Mrs. Hattie Jackson, sister Curtiss and family NW 51st Terrace died June 16 grandchildren and other rela-
and FamilyIN Thelma tives. Remains were shipped 1
of at Jackson Hospital.He is sur-
to loving memory our 9tl
vived by friends. Services on Tuesday to Tifton, Ga for
mother and grandmother
MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM were held June 24th in the burial.
Master Lorenzo Kearse of
ANNA LATIMERof of our chapel.
loving memory
MRS.
Jn
1958 NW 60th St. died June 27
i Jumper of 25412
MadisonFlawhodeparted mother and grandmother, Perry }
this life July 5th and aid to ,-," NW 8th Street died June 24th. at Jackson Hospital. Amonghis ,x
> He is survived by a wife, survivors include his mo-
rest July 15,1951.Eighteen L
Dosher. Services were held ther, Margaret A. Edwards.
years since you'vebeen Saturday, June 28th at Saint Graveside services were con-
it only seems like N
gone,
left our hearts Joseph Church of God by Faith, ducted on Tuesday, at Lincoln
yesterday, you
Vannie Buts of 532 NW 92 Memorial park. N
deeply sad and life has an emp.
St. died at his home on June Tom Willie Horne of 1140
We
tiness without you near.
loved L 25th. He is survived by a wife, NW 46th Street died June 24th
love but God you
you,
best. Callle Mae; one daughter, at the VA hospital. He is sur-

I V' Mrs. Mary Griffin; two sons, vived by his wife, Selena; a E

( Sadly missed by granddaughter Willie and Vannie, Jr. and a daughter, Mrs. Patricia.
host of other relatives and Kelley; two sons, Willie and
,
Mrs. Evelyn L. Souter and friends. Services were held on Don; a sister, Mrs. ElizabethHill

family Monday, 3 p.m. in the chapel. three brothers,Eddie and Essje Mathis of 3512
Master Harold Lee Jacksonof James Horne and Ezekiel Ken- Thomas Ave., Coconut Grove,

i i 1015 NW 58th Terrace died dricks; two grandchildren, died Thursday evening, June
BELTON
ARMETHA
MRS. June 27th at Jackson Hospital. aunts, uncles and other rela- 26 at her home. Funeral ser-
who departed this life July 4, RAHMINGSMrs.
II Survivors include his tives. Funeral services
JANffi STEPHENS parents, were vices will be held Saturday,
1965. HENDERSON Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Jackson; conducted on Friday, 3:30p.m. July 5, at 4 p.m. at Macedonia
Nettle pioneer
i A precious one from us is gone resident. of 60U NW Key 9th Ave. Always in our thoughts three brothers, three sisters, at the BethanyseventhDayAd- First Baptist Church, Coconut

A voice we loved is still[t died June 27 in Jackson Hos-, We live with her each day, and other relatives. Funeral ventist Church. G rove. Bain's Funeral

A place Is vacant in our home!I pltal. She is survived by one Other than we thank and we| services will be held Saturday, Mrs. Lula Mack of Akron, Home is in charge of ser-
L Which never can be filled I love, 3:30: p.m. at the Church of God Ohio died June 26th at Mt.Sinai vices. Survivors include: Al-
Ella Wilson a grandson -
daughter sister; Marion There's nothing much to say. in Christ, 2990 NW 103rd ST ,Hospital. Among her survi- fronia Stocker, granddaugh
but God loved I Joseph; one |: Mrs.Elnora Campbell of 120 vors include a Mrs ter
We loved yon, Culmer. Services will be held May light perpetual shine upon daughter ; Daisy H. Mathis, daughter -
you best. 10:30 at St. her NW 19th St. died at Jackson Alice Green. Remains were ; sons Floyd and Samuel;
Mr. and Mrs. Willie L., Saturday, Church.a.m. The Family Hospital on July 1. Servicesare shipped to Akron, Ohio for final four sisters, five brothers,
Episcopal
Agnes f
Clayton and Family incomplete. rites. other relatives and friends.

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Mrs. Ida Williams of Goulds I v w,

Home for the Aged, died June f 0 NEIGHBORHOOD
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29. Survivors include a devot-

ed friend, Mrs. MoAnn .1 ___ P

plete.Everett. Services are incom- wI1& 1 SERVICES ?

Mrs. Oretha Brown of 4402 1

NW 15th Ave. died June 26th.

Survivors include two daugh-
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ters, Lillle Mae Horne, Lula -- --- -

Mae Brown; one son, Ulysses Elder J. W. Wilson and congregation would are alive with summer activities,not only with our very

Horne; one brother, S.J. like to extend a warm and cordial invitation to all successful Summer Youth Program,but our Senior Citizens do

Horne; six grands. Servicesare of you to come and visit the church and enjoy the not let the heat of the s u m m e r keep them away. The senior
incomplete.Mrs. services. citizens went on a picnic,given to themby the Basic Education

Lillian Edcar of 2034 'Instructor, Mrs. Schott, on June 1'1 at Greynolds Part. Seven-
NW 82nd Street died June 26th. For your comfort, the church Is fully air-con teen members attended. The Neighborhood Center has a new

Survivors include: one daughter ditioned. For your convenience, we provide transportation sewing class, sponsored by Lindsley Hopkins Educational

Lillian Blair, one sister, ARDLEY RICHARDSONDIES for services to and from the church.Time: School, and we have 19 registered members eager and anxiousto

Mrs. Mary McKlver.Services Thursday 8 p.m. and Sunday, 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. make every meeting. July 1, our senior citizens will hold

are incomplete. Ardley Richardson of 2501 For your added convenience, we have a wonderful their annual picnic at Greynolds Park.

Charles Cochran of 715 NW NW 55th Terr., died Tuesday, Sunday School service which we would like to have CHILD OPPORTUNITY: CENTERS
2nd St., died June 27th. Ar- July 1, In Baptist Hospital.He .
children I each and
rangements are incomplete. was a member of Past your with us every Sunday. Guest speaker was Mrs. Santos, nutritionist,at St. Phillips

Conley Williams of 767 NW Past Exalted Ruler No.23,and Phone: 6930481. Church: 9000 NW 20th Avenue. Parent Group meeting, held on June 18, at 7:30: p.m. The parents -

70th St. died June 27th. Sur- financial secretary of Atlas YOUNGLAND U.S.A. Kindergarten is open all sum participated in the food demonstrations set up by Mrs.

vivors include: wife, Lizzie; Lodge No. 308 for many years. mer. We keep children from 6 months of age to 10 Santos, and tasty snacks prepared from Surplus Foods were
served. The children and staff at St. Phillips enjoyed a weekof
one son, James; one daughter, of Call and Now. 693-0481.
Vera; three brothers, Charley He is survived by his wife, years age. Register field trips to various points of interest in the area. Fun was

Williams, Cleveland Watts,H. Eloise Smith Richardson, a BAIN'SMrs. had by all at Pirates World, Parrot Jungle, Crandon Park,
Monkey Jungle, and the Serpentarium. The trips began on June
Williams; sister, Eva McCol- teacher at Liberty City ele-
lough; two daughters-in-law; mentary school;a stepdaughter Essie Mathis of 3512 Rev. James W. 24 and continued daily weekdays thru June,30.

ten grands. Services will be Herberleen Cody;an aunt, Thomas Avenue died June 26th Culmer
at Jackson Ser- Dies YOUTH OPPORTUNITY CENTERAt
held Saturday at Mt. Carmel Mrs. Birdie Mack, an uncle, Hospital.

Baptist Church at 2 p.m. Granville Roker; several in- vices were held on Saturday, I ..... ,,,...""" __ least 800 youth have been served through our Neighborhood -
5 at 4 at Macedonia .,
Paul Black of 2061 RutlandSt. laws, which include Mrs. Ada July p.m j eFA'q Youth Program, and 61 summer Jobs have been securedfor

., Opa-locka, died June 29th. Flanders, Mr. and Mrs. John First Baptist Church of Coconut the youth of the Opa Locka area.Our summer Youth Program

Survivors are mother, Mrs. (Maedon) Bullard,Sr.,Mr and Grove. Survivors include I was activated on Monday, June 16, 1969.As of this date
Josephine Black; father, Lu- Mrs. Philbrook(Jackie)Smith two sons; Floyd and Samuel I the youth have participated in many of the on-going summer

ther Black; one brother, Vin- and a host of other relativesand Mathis; one daughter, Daisy E ; c activities. Some of these activities and the AAU Track Meet.

cent; and a host of other rela- friends. Mathis; two granddaughters, They also went to the Black Arts Festival, and a dance was
Mrs. Alfronia Stocker and
tives and friends.Services are Funeral services will be Miss Rose Fountain; four sis- held on June 20. A good time was had by all on each occasion.

Incomplete.Paul held Saturday, July 5th at 3 ters, Lena Pearl, LaFronia;
F. Forbes of 572 NW '
p.m. at Ebenezer Methodist Amelia and Emily; four brothers f .. dv'S S WHERE OTHER READERS HAVE FAILED
10th St. died June 20th. Sur- Church, Rev. A. D. Hall, pas Isa ac, Joseph, Sheppard IOI SHE HAS SUCCEEDED
vivors include two sons: Je- tor. Richardson Mortuary is and Claven Henderson; MOTHER ANN IJ
rald and Freddie one brother
; ,
In of arrangements
charge and a host of other relativesand
Emanuel; one sister, Edith friends. Spiritual Reader and Advisor
Davenport. Services were held All Elks are asked to meetat Are difficult
Mrs. Jessie Lee Lee of 3653 you' facing problems?' Poor Health?
Wednesday at 3:30 at the Houseof Richardson Mortuary, Fri- Money'or Job Trouble? Drink Lou or Family Trouble?
Albert day night, July 4th at 8 p.m. Williams Avenue !lied June 29 Do you want more happiness and good fortune in life?
at her home.Funeral services if you have any of thee problems or'others like them,
Alonzo Pratt of 2070 Alibaba' do! friend, there Is wonderful of remarkablenew
ir
news a
will be held Saturday, July 5th
The will lie in ,
body reposeat
Rev. James Wftfleld Culmer
died 21. Survivors. of Also
Ave June
way help. your lucky days and lucky
Survivors
Include wife, Lillie Bell; two his home immediately fol- at 1 p.m. at the chapel. of 2160 NW 61st Street, died number*. See Mother Ann today. $5 reading $3 with Ad.
daughters, Susie Lee Saunders lowing the Elks ceremony,un- include two sons: Tho- June 29, in Cedar of Leba- OPEN 9 A. M: TO 9 P. M. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY

Olive Pratt; one sister, til funeral time, Saturday. mas and John Lee; three non Hospital.He Phone: 691-9583 9751 N. W. 27th Avenue .i..
daughters Mrs.Evelna White
,
; is survived by a wife, MIAMI. FLORIDA
Evelyn Addleythreebrothers
,
Mrs. Georgie Mae Dobbins and
Willie, Isaac and, John. Ser Prezetta; a brother, Hiram
Roundtree of 16341 Miss Catherine Lee; grand- Culmer John
vices were held Saturday at James ; stepfather ,
Greater New Bethel Baptist NW 18th Ave. died June 19. children, greatchildren: one Burroughs, Sr.; a stepbrotherJohn

Church at 1:30. Survivors include a mother, brother relatives and and a friends.host .of other Burroughs,Jr.;two step HAVE YOU BEEN TURNED DOWN BY AN
Mrs. Thelma Williams;father sisters, Lillle Mae Hart and
1361
Mr. J. B. Kinchen of ILlttle Audrey Lawrence of INSURANCE COMPANY BECAUSE YOU
NW 61st St. No. 27 died June Richard Williams; one son, 5840 S. W. 62nd Terrace die other Mary B.relatives Hence; and and a friends.host of ARE TOO OLD OR SUFFERING I FROM

21. Survivors include mother, James Jr., five brothers, June 26th at Variety Child Services will be held Sat- SOME CHRONIC ILLNESS? WILL YOU
Bobbie and Joseph
Richard Jr. ,
Mrs. Alice Kinchen and three ,
ren's Hospital. Remains were at 2 HAVE ENOUGH MONEY TO PAY THE
5 1969
daughters, Orline,Valerie and Williams, Cornell Williams urday, July pm.
to Montego Bay Jamaica -
shipped ,
in Grace Presbyterian Church LAST EXPENSES?
Isaiah Roundtree one
Helen. The body was shippedto ;
29th for final rites
Glenwood, Ga. Friday sister, Dorothy Roundtree; and burial., June Survivors include with Range Funeral Home in Universal pays its death claims the saint day death

morning.Mrs. a grandmother; three uncles; charge. """.
her mother,Mrs.Evelyn Law-,
Hortense Patterson of three aunts. Services were Join U.N.C.A.
rence; two sisters and a host
4816 NW 21st Ave. died June held at 4 p.m. at First Baptist of other relatives and friends. CARD OF THANKS

20. Survivors include husband, of Bunche Park. Infant Aretha Arlene Jami- Universal Christian Aid SocietyAND
Leroy grandmother Lena Dozier Stevens of 235 N.W. The family of the late
,
; son of 6228 SW 59th Place #3
6th Street No. 8 Died June 25. REST ASSURED THAT YOUR LAST
Johnson, two cousinsstxnep- died June 29th at Jackson Memorial -, EUGENE STORE,
hews. Services were held on Survivors are a wife, Verna; Hospital. Graveside wish to thank each and everyone MEMORIAL EXPENSES WILL BE PAID.
Albert cousin, Mrs.Della McGettner. for the kind expressionand CALL NOW
Thursday at the House of services were held on Wed- ,
at 3:30p.m. Services were held Saturday at nesday, July 2nd at Paradise condolences that they '
Mrs. Rachel Thompson of 4 p.m. at the House of Albert Memorial Cemetery. Survi- showed during our bereave- 6917669ri

5874 S. W. 67th Street, died Dan Stewart of 601 NW 3rd vors include, her parents and, ment.
June 23. Survivors include a Ave. died June 21. Survivors other relatives. Wife Eula and Store Family
include two sisters,Susie Mae
sister
Mrs. CathrineThomp-
Butler, Mamie McDonald; one
son; eight nephews and four
nieces; Mrs. Claudia Jasper brother, Albert. Serviceswere
of Richmond Heights, Mrs.( held Friday at 3:30: at ATTENTION!

Lucille Cooper of New York; the House of Albert.
Mrs. Blanche Daniels of Ri- Mrs. Bobbie Miller of 1878

vera Beach; Mrs. Corrine NW 69tii TerracediedJune21.
If You're From
daugh-
Include one
Survivors
Kim le of Winter Haven; four
Leslie Mae Machanic two 4r
ter
;
,
sons, Bishop H. D.Thompson,
sisters Martha Jackson,
Elder J. B. Thompson, ElderJ. '
Georgia .
Ingraham, Elder T. Marie Miller; four grands, r
Anthony Miller, Nancy Ma-
Thompson six daughters,
;
Mrs. Mae Kemp, Mrs. Janice; chanlc, Maxlnk and Nathaniel.
El-: West florida
MachanH filter-fa-lav
Robinson, Mrs.F.Smith,Mrs. or ,. .
. P Basses Mrs. McLerbyM 'I matte HUteroo-jn-lawN; .: .t/. \ :'
E. ;, Maktifc.:s"fces"'Weri, ,'. y ( : '. I 'tr' ilt' ',)
:
land ]
;.,Elite ant. ser v l c1,,d1 '
held Sfcttf/dljr U EbenezerMethodld v < ) }
.
*tr held Satordayat4p.'m.itthft .
'
CEnrcbFRANCIS / ]yfi.itlr.i. entitled' 't "\ 'tl
Church of ood of Prophecy 0" \ }< \.t

David Saun er of 14901 Lincoln '>J .. '
FUNERAL MH, LESTER ALBERT?" Blvd. died June 23rd, ,
Special DeathBenefits ,
Survivors include one son; .h HOME fo (; ': : .
Clinton Dantley and brother* Our service will b. remembered long after;

James. Services were held on This Is to Inform the price has been forgotten. So in your hour ofbereo891ent"

Saturday at 11 ,a.m. at the public that the Francis call .
House of Albert chapel. Funeral Home is now'

Mrs. Viola Bartley 26740 temporarily located at House of AlbertWhere

SW 38th Court, died June 24th. the Richardson Funeral For further information

Survivors include a husband Home, 4500 NW 17th service begins and never ends
Troy one brother John Williams -
;; one sister, Mrs.Hattie Avenue. Mr. Franciscan THREE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

Boll Johnson of New York;nine be contacted at LIBERTY CITY OPA-LOCKA PERRINE

grandchildren; three nieces; 1437 NW 56th St. Ph: Call 691-7661 6917661 MU 8-3311 2388801HOUSEOF
six great nephews. Services
691-6 J02.
were held Monday at 1 pm.at

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.Baptists To .. Lambert Sands, rector J. Toles, pastor
Progressive r Luella Robinson, reporterThe
I Bryley Newton, reporterThe pastor would like to
sympathy of, all of us
thank everyone who came out
Invade Miami Beach Ella Wilson
) goes out to Mrs. and participated in the minis-
mother and
and son whose ters and deacons union. The
The religious trails arc U, S, 301 splits the eighth lar- grandmother, Nettie Key,died session was a great success.
\ I "straight and wide" regard- gest state down the middle. Friday. Her remains"will be The ladies are planning now

z less the mode of travel for Both are in excellent condition 1 funeralized from the churchon for their annual Women's Day,
\ those delegates planning tc I and intersect the Sunshine Saturday, July 5, at 10:30 which will be held on the fourth
visit the area for the purpose i State Parkway at more a.m.The Sunday in July.
( of attending the Eighth Annual 1 than one point. 4 officers and members On this Friday night, the
Session of the Progressive A mer lean A utomobile Association of St. Agnes Chapter of the Rev. Hargrette will preach for
; 3n !l Stmiay
Baptists here for one week reports show that the eye Iou CHfurrlj Episcopal Churchwomen were us. On Saturday night,the Rev.
beginning August 31. only major highway construction installed into office at the Anderson of Mt. Sinai will

.' Several thousand officers s in the U. S. is in the far 10:45 a.m. service. preach.
DRAKERev. BAHA'IS OF MIAMI
northwest section, but all mo- The rector and vestry wish 6 'there will be
> and members of the 750,000 I Sunday, July ,
t member organization will invade torists are advised to contact J. W. Dunn, pastor Baha'is of Miami will observe to thank the following indivi- a fellowship from 4-6 p.m.
: Miami Beach by chartered their local AAA office and secure Mrs. N. T. Green, reporterThe the 119th anniversary of duals and organizations for This tea will be held at the
planes, special convention a travel folder. pastor wishes to thank the martyrdom of the Bab, their fine spirit of cooperat- church, 1520 NW 79th Street.
trains, buses and oceangoingliners. All housing information for all the deacons, members of Prophet-Herald of the Baha'I tion in hosting the Fellowship Rev. Lester Albert will be the
accommodations in most of the choir, the usher's board Faith, on Wednesday, July 9, Hour during the winter sche- honored guest. Dea. R, New-
the 10 convention beachfront and the church at large for attending at Noon, at 143 NW 11th Ave. dule of services: Mr. Stanley berry, Mrs. H. Bethel, Mrs.D. .
Those conventioneers who hotels can be obtained by con- the anniversary The Bab was only 30 years of Newbold, the Rector's Chapter Delaughter will also be
Intend to make the scenic drive tacting the Progressive Bap- services at New Hope Baptist age when he was martyred in the Altar,Guild, the Epis- our guests.
by automobile down the Florida tist Convention Housing Bureau Church. Your services helpedus Tabriz, Iran. His name means copal Churchmen No. 2, the This is sponsoredby
coast will find U. S. la 301 NW 9th St., Miami, to have a spiritual and financial "Gate". He was born Shiraz, Ushers' Guild, St. Monica's Sis. Albury program and Sis. Toles.
multi-lane highway all theway.I' Fla., 33136. success. Iran in 1819. In 1844, he de- Chapter and the Parish chap Everyone is invited to come

The Missionary Societywasto clared his station as a Prophet ter.Our and have a wonderful fellowship -
RELIGIOUS TRAINING take cheer to our sick and of God and Herald of One summer schedule of with
ST. JAMES A.M.E. us.
shut-ins on this week. Thanksto greater than Himself, Whose services will begin on the first Let
us remember Mother
SCHOOL Rev. Samuel Gay, pastorWe the members of the church coming would fulfill the Sunday in July and run throughthe Vance who underwent another
at St. James are enjoying for the donation given to the prophesies of all the great religions last Sunday in September.The operation in our
prayers.
'." <.' a fine period of success as Society each fifth Sunday. and usher Inanewage. hour of service will be
seemingly every member is Rev. Robert Armstrong of Because of His teachings, 8:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
willing to share in every Gonzales, Texas will preachfor He and his followers were The members of St. Agnesare NEW HOPE
undertaking that becomes our us on Sunday night. Rev. persecuted by the Muslim reminded of the Annual Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor
Armstrong always brings to us clergy. In 1850, He was exe- Dinner which will be held on Elaine Gilbert,reporterThe
lot.The pastor, Rev.Gay, >is urging the word of God in a powerfulway cuted publicly. During the six September 5, 1969 at the Du- pastor, chairman, co-
that all members be each time he visits our years of His teaching 20,000 Pont Plaza Hotel. Mrs. Mar- chairman, officers and mem-
awakened to the fact that we city. Please plan to be with us of his followers were put to Jorie Wake and Mrs.Veronica bers of various committees '
are the entertainers of the 19th in this evening service. death for their beliefs The Bynoe are the cochairmen wish to express their appre-
Session of the South Florida Don't forget visit and pray story of the martyrdom of the for the dinner. ciation to all who participated

Conference of the A ME Church for the sick and shut-ins.You Bab, as recorded by European in making this Triple Crown"
and we must make prepara- are Invited to worship with us historians, parallels the ST. MARY'S anniversary a success on last
tions now. at anytime. crucifixion of Christ. Sunday A special expression
The task that is before us Rev. H. V. Stuart, MinisterOur of gratitude Is extended to the
now is the coming Men's Day pastor would like to visitors and friends whoturned -
celebration which is to ter- thank all members for suppor- away from their busy
minate July 27th. Bro. Willie ting him in the contest with schedules and came to fellowship -
REV. FRED L. CARTER Scott is chairman and Bro. J. t ii Rev. Williams, pastor of New with us in making this

Rev. Fred L. Carter says Newton is co-chairman.These Bethel Baptist Church.Sundayis triple crown anniversary a
there is a panacea for crime men are very anxious that this the first Sunday and com- success. Amount raised was
and Juvenile,delinquency. The day will be the greatest of them munion will be served all day $1,500. May God bless and
solution is found within the Joint choirs and ushers' keep each of you.
teaching of the Bible,and purpose all.The pastor is also asking boards will serve all day. The pastor urges all mem-
of nankind on the earth. that all members who were Our semi-annual confer- bers to attend their regular
i All are Invited to attend this born In the month of July to ence will be held at the churchon meeting on each Thursday at

religious training school, Join in with Mrs Jackie Jamesin Tuesday, July 8, at 8 p.m. 8 p.m. Let us not forget our
every Sunday morning at 9:45 making July a successful All members are ur ged to regular communion serviceon
a.m. The school is located month for the calendar club. please be present. Business of Sunday during our regular
within the Inshempt Ambas- To those perons who maybe vital Importance.Don't worship service. Visitors are
sadors Youth Building, 6940 going away on vacations, forget the Woman's 'always welcome to come and
NW 27th Avenue. Pupils and please do not forget the church Day committee will sell din- fellowship with us.
aids are needed. Will you before you go. ners every Saturday at the Let us all pray for our sick
please support this program. Due to the holiday on Friday church. For delivery, call: and shut-ins and for those men

we are calling all member 758-1601. in Vietnam.
to love feast on Thursday, Our Sunday School teachersare
MT. SINAI I working hard for the
at 7:30 o'clock. MayGodblessthose very
HERMAN THOMAS GOSPEL CHORUSThe
I '
KELLY'S CHAPEL
Rev. Cleo Albury, Jr., pastor that are sick and shut- contest which climaxes on the
B. Boney, reporterThe in. fourth Sunday in July. Please Rev. W. M. Butler,pastor
Lord's Supper will be Herman Thomas Gospel will appear at Mt. Aaron Bap- help them with their sales of Marie Carr reporter
,
Chorus, The National Golden tist Church on Saturday night
and Sunday
cupcakes
administered candy
during our regular every Sunday July 6th the mem-
,
THANKFUL BAPTISTRev. Stars, Rev. White and the Gospel July 5th at 8:30 p.m.Rev.Otis after church. ,
evening worship.All members bers of the church will dedi-
are asked to be in spiri- Singers of Jacksonville, Sample is pastor. Our sympathy to the familyof cate their new organ. You are

tual readiness to share in this C.T.Ramsey,pastor the late Sis.Bertha Mitchell. urged to bring your friends to a
memorial. Revival will begin on Mon- Sick at home: Bro.Carey,Bro. beautifully planned program at,
Vacation Bible 'School July day July 7 11. The ministry NEWMT.MORIAH ZION HOPE Rufus Bethel, Sis. Rebecca the evening service hour,7:00.

'through 18,9:00a.m.to 12:00 of the Jordan Stream Association Rev A. L. Shipp, pastor Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor Bethel, Lenora Johnson of NW The fashion tea sponsored
noon, Monday through Friday. will conduct the meeting, Sis. Evelyn Souter, reporterOur Bessie Williams, reporterOn 24th PI., Bro. Calvin Adderly. by the Wesleyn Service Guild
Classes for children, also an services will begin each nightat Tuesday, July 8, Immediately In Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, has been postponed until the
adult class to be taught by the 7:30 p.m. monthly conference will after prayer meet- Sis. Trotman and Sis. Sands. 24th of August. ,
pastor> On the second Sunday at 3 be held tonlghtThurs.at8:00p.m. ing, there will be a program Let us continue to pray and A tea will be given at the
On Friday night, July 11, at p.m. the pastor is asking the The pastor is asking all sponsored by Choir No. 1 in visit them. Thanks to God for home of Sis. Wlnnifred Johnson -
8 p.m., the Mt. Sinai Baptist church to accompany him members to please be present. behalf of their captain for Wo- so many of our mebers who are 1035 NW 58th Terrace.
Church will render servicesat to Mt. Sinai Baptist Church, The pastor would like to men's Day. The entire publicis back in church after their ill All proceeds will go towards
the Memorial Temple Bap- Rev. Solmon is the pastor., thank each one that accompanied Invited to come out and help ness. Men's Day.This is being spon-
tist Church, 1600 NW 44th him last Thursday night to them make their program a Visitors are always welcome sored by the women of the

Court, Opa-locka, Rev. L C. NEW PROVIDENCERev. New Hope M.B. Church. success. Deacon Locke is president church.
Uickins, pastor. Membership Choir No. 2 wants to thank "Wear Your Thing" a fash-
attendance is requested.Get everyone that participated last On Monday, June 30, Little Ion show given by the youth of
well wishes to all our C. J. Burney, pastor Sunday night on their musical Paulette Free man was ad- MT. OLIVETTEThe the church will beheld on Sunday -

sick and shut-ins, and con- Arsula Edwards, reporter program. mittted to Mt. Sinai Hospital. youth choir will sell August 10, 3:30 p.m.,at
dolences to ourbereavedfam- Holy Communion Serviceis Usher's Board 1 will She is the of all Bonded
No. begin asking prayers potato pies this Saturday at the Rental Agency Hall,
illes.j Sun. at 6:30pm.The Lord's their anniver- that she make a 4150
will be celebrating speedy recov- church. You may call and place NW 7th Avenue.Donationis
Supper served. sary July 11th at 8 p.m. with ery.Remember your order 373-0642. All Adults: $1.00 and children:
j GRACE The Convention Sunday School and Rev. Cherry and congregationof the sick, shut- members of, the youth ,choir 75?.
B.T.U. working Antioch M.B. Church of New ins, and members of bereaved asked
are to attend rehear-
*" 6895 NW 14th Avenue under the Jurisdiction of the families in
Liberty City and will climax your,prayers. sals, we are preparing for the NEW HOPE
Rev. W. F. Savoy pastor, Seaboard Baptist Associationof 13that with
| July 3:00p.m. Rev Sunday School and BTU Con-
Condolences to the bereav- Florida, Rev. W. H. Ed- F, L. Johnson and congregation gress of the Atlantic Coast Rev. H. C, Samuels, pastor
family of the late Rev. wards, Moderator, to covene of Brownsville Baptist JORDAN GROVC! Baptist Association Patricia Gowen, reporter
which
,
j. James Culmer, who passed with the New Providence MIs- Church. The public is invited. 'will convene in Florida City. On Wednesday, July 2, our
last Sunday evening at the Ce- sionary Baptist Church, 760 There will not be a Joint rehearsals Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor All to Monthly conference is held at
persons desiring
l II dars of Lebanon Hospital. NW 53 St. Miami, Rev. C. J. for both choirs this Eddie Gilbert, reporter make this trip please contact I 8 I p.m. The pastor is asking
The Campus Crusade for Burney, pastor, July 9 13. Friday night. There will be General Conference Mrs. Bruno for reservations. that all members be present.
Christ Is conducting a series The entire membership extends We hope each one will have a on this Thursday at The pastor is asking all Business of importance.
of evangelism training meetings to you a hearty welcome. happy and safe holiday pleasebe 8 p.m. All are asked topleasebe members to meet him this Sat- Sunday is the first Sunday
I) during the Sunday evenIngs Consecration hour of prayer careful and we hope to see present. urday at 6 p.m. ':and members are asked to be
( of July at 7 p.m. Youth each Sunday morning at all Sunday in church, at which Holy Communion will be administered The Male Chorus is sponsoring I present to part take of the
and adults are invited to attend 5:00. Bible class and prayer time we will partake the on Sunday night, a bus trip to Key West J Lord's Supper. All ladies are
these Important meet- meeting each Tuesday eveningat Lord's Suppper attheTp.m. All members are asked to August 16. The bus will leave, :asked to wear white.

ings. 7:30. service. please participate. the church 5 amand return Please pray for the sick,
I Oar communion message Continue in prayer for those Please pray for world Visitors are always wel- that night. See Deacon Hodges for shut-Ins, bereaved and our
will be from the who are sick, shut-in and the Visitors come to worship with us. Let
this
Sunday peace. are always Deacon Johnson for reser- 'men in the armed services
i'i i Boot of Leviticus bereaved. welcome. us pray for world peace. vations. 1 Visitors are always welcome.

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National Officers Worship At Mt. Calvary Contest Winners CHRIST BROWNSVILLE BAPTIST

Canon T. R. Gibson rector

Mt. Calvary Antoinette Silva,reporterr Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor
Baptist Church The Episcopal Churchwomen Elizabeth Wright reporter
honored Atty. TheodoreR. The annual Sunday School
/ Gibson and his lovely bride, picnic will be at Crandon Park,
,p the former Madelyn Squire on July 12. All members contributing
Sunday, June 22 In the parish food, please contact
a Hall with a bridal reception. Mrs. C. Dennison
1 1 I The couple will also reside in Sis. Mason will sponsor a

I Miami. tea at the church, Sunday July
Congratulations to Percy 13, at 4 p.m. In behalf of the
1 1 Brown upon his recent gradua- Youth department
tion from the University of The chairman of Men's Day
Florida. He will enter Virginia is asking all members to
Seminary In the tall. please turn In your money for
I' Parishioners were happy to tickets sold on the color TV.
welcome home Hiram Williams The drawing will be held Saturday -

..... master of ceremonies July 12, 8:30 p.m. at
from his basic training at 3334 NW 51 Terr.
CHERYE LYNN BAKER YOLANDA WINFIELD Camp Gordon. He will returnto Sis. O'Nell has left on vacation -

,_. ..... Fort Houston to begin military for Cleveland. Ohio.We
J _. ._.ui'L.' :1'1' police training this week. pray that she will have a plea
The first prize winner of the sant and safe trip.
SUSIE HOLLY CYNTHIA KNOWLES trip to Nassau for two was Mr. To our sick and shut-ins,
Morning Speaker Evening Speaker Carter. The transitor radio remember that Just beyond the
I tt -'AS ; was won by Miss Margaret dark clouds there is light.Our
Thompson and the toaster was prayers are extended toycju.
won by Mrs. Mary Louise We hope to see you In churchon
Howard. All In all the raffle Sunday. Vistors are always
6 was a financial success. welcome.
t Get well wishes are extended
i ia =k fir, to Mr. John Sweeting.Mrs. y.- ..
a w Elizabeth Bullard and Mrs.
Annie Bullard. CHRISTIAN VALLEY
4 .f 'ap Sincere sympathy is extended

to Mrs. Bertha Bullard. There will be a tea this Sun-

day from 4 to 6 p.m. at the
home of Elder and Mother
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Fords, 2459 NW 67th Street.

... .... "The Lord is good,to all: Sister Lee Is sponsor.
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and his tender mercies are There will be a musical pro-
TABATHA AND SAMANTHA
over all his works." This gram this Sunday night at the
Baby contest winners at Mt. Tabatha right Samantha;third verse from psalms of the Les- True Church of God In Unityin
-- Calvary: first prize Cherye prize Yolanda Winfield.
son-Sermon on "God" to be Goulds on Halnlln Drive
MRS. JESSIE DOLES ESTHER BODIE Lynn Baker; second prize left.. ._ heard in all Christian Science You will hear the National

I .General Chairman 1st Chairman BIBLE CHURCH Churches Sunday. Golden Stars and others. Elder -
On our radio program over Logan Is pastor.
MEMORIAL TEMPLE dOp E. E. Rahming, pastor ,
Shirley Cooper, reporterOur station WMBM at 1:45 onSun- There will be a musical pro-
Rev. I. C. Mlcklns,pastor youth will be in charge day, the subject: "Overcoming gram this Sunday at 3 p.m. at
Lucille Beckett reporterThe of our evening services which discord within the family" the True Church of God in Unity -
public is cordially in- will start at 7:30: p.m.with the will be discussed. Come wor- In Naranja; featuring the
vited to attend the dedication pastor presiding. ship with us, Fifth Church of Little Shadows, formerly of
services of Memorial Temple Tuesday at 8 p.m.Bible Christ, Scientist 1600 NW 54 Jacksonville Sister Broxton
Baptist Church beginning class; Friday night regular. 'St., where a cordial welcomeis sponsor and Elder Robert Is
service at 8 extended to all. pastor.
30 July 13.Monday. p.m. .-
r July 7, 8 p.m.Rev.
Thedford Johnson pastor St.
John Baptist hurch is guest
speaker, Mrs. I. C, Mlckins
host. /IN CASE, YOU ARE

Tuesday, Rev J. W. St&
M pherson, pastor Antioch Bap-
r tist Church is guest speaker,
Mrs. Dorothy Storr, host
Wednesday Rev. Samuel WONDERING WHAT ,

Atchison, pastor Mt. Calvary;
I MARY DIXON MRS. G. SPANN Baptist Church is guest speaker .
2nd Co-chairman 3rd Co-chairman
Mrs. Rose Greene host
,
Thursday, Rev. Earnest HAPPENED TO HIM ??
On Sunday, June 22 crowds Williams, pastor New Bethel
gathered inside and outside of r Baptist Church is guest speaker -
Mt. Calvary Baptist Church of Mrs. Claretha DuPree,,
which Rev. Samuel Atchison is r

pastor to Join in observingthe ..ai host.Friday, Rev. Cleo Albury,, '
Still
15th annual Women's Day. pastor Mt. Sinai Baptist He Is Selling

Church Is guest speaker Mrs,
Several national officers Lucille Beckett host.
i
:
were present. Seated on the At 3 p.m. Sunday, June 13!
rostrum was Mrs. M. L. San- Rev. Edward T. Graham,pastor The Freshest Fish In TownIf -- .
ders of the National Foreign Mt. Zion Baptist Church
Mission Board, who has spent will deliver the dedicatory ad-
years in Africa; Dr. Corrine dress. You Don't. Like The FishYou've
Watts the National Represen-
Continue to make our church
tative of the young people's your choice of worship. d
work of the National Baptist "
Convention; Dr. Irene Pratt, Been Getting-Come
one of the national chairmen; REV. S. ATCHBON ,MT. CARMEL

Miss Marie White, National program. The evening speaker Rev. D. A. Bradley pastor
Committee Woman; and Dr. Miss Cynthia Knowles was excellent Sis. Louise McGriff, reporterOur Where You'll Be Satisfied .
Susie C; Holley, first vice- and is to be congratu- Pastor's Anniversary
president of the National Baptist lated for a very fine address will be on Monday night after
Convention and presidentof the first Sunday in July. The
the Baptist Women State Rev. W. K. Smith will bring
Convention of Florida. ANTIOCH the message. Come and be QUALITYSEAFOOD

Rev. P. W.- Wiggins pastor with us.Also.
Mrs. Mary Kelly who held Dlnettle Cobb, reporter on the fourth of July,
the title of "Queen of Mt.Cal Remember to attend prayer there will be a feast given by
vary" In .1968, still wearingthe meeting every Tuesday at 7:30 the No. 1 Choir at 18715 NW CET '
crown, reported more than 32nd Place, from 11 a.m. to 7
2000. Mrs.,Jessie Doles, p.m.The No. 2 Choir Is sponsoring p.m. You and yours are in-
Mrs. Mae Esther Bodie and the a membership drive.Any- vited. There will also be a
21 captains who worked untir- one Interested in Joining barbecue sale at the home of
ingly are to be congratulatedand should attend the meeting this Sis. Lucille Miller on the 4th
deserves much praise for Friday at 8 p.m.Remember' of July. This is sponsored by
this great effort forth.The to attend BTU our chairman, Sister Lucille
pastor, and entire member- every Sunday at 5:30 p.m. Miller andco-chalrmaaSlster.
ship are encouraged believe The Deacon and Deaconesswill Mary Brown for Women's Day
that the full and complete in- sponsor a Pew Rally Sun You may come by and purchase -
debtness of the church will be
day, July 12 at 3 p.m. your dinner at 1485 NW
off end of this STORE HOURS
paid by the year. AU youth are urged to attend 52nd St.
A question Is asked to all Mt: Remember the sick and
Jr. church meeting everySat- MONDAY THRU THURSDAY 8:30 AM 7:30 PM
Calvaryites, ,"were you in the shut-ins and those who have
urday at 4 p.m.Remember .
8:3U
AND SATURDAY AM 8:30 PM
race, did you help? to pray for the lost some of their loved ones. FRIDAY
The committee wish to thank sick, shut-in and men on the Pray for the boys In Vietnam. CLOSED ALL DAY SUNDAY (SEE YOU IN CHURCH)

all who participated on the battlefield everywhere. Visitors are always welcome.


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do these communities housing conditions to police in an organized way to attack Housing Ordinance. Both the terested people, who came to the importantprojestofstudyIng -
have in common.-Opa-locks, brutality,from school Integra- their commom problems.In tact of the turnout in large hear more about the purposesand all the recommendationsthat
Perrine, Liberty City, Coco- tion to recreation facilities. each area, there is an numbers of people and the plans of the council. Task have been prepared regarding -
nut Grove, Brownsville, C. N. Whatever the problems, they Council, recently organizedof spokesmen for each area forces on housing education, the school integration
schools and
crises in Dade's
D.? For one thing,black people are common conditions that community residents. Me- were important contributing health and welfare, and other
In them; and for another, affect all black citizens in members of the Area Council factors in the passage of the community problems are now combining the suggestions into
wherever black people are residing Dade County, regardless of belong to the League of Dis- local open-occupancy ordin- being formed.On one report for presentation to
the School Board.
in large population con where they may be living. trict Counsils, which acts to' ance. the agenda for this meet-
centration, they have commom That is why the Urban Lea- coordinate the efforts of all The last meeting of the League ing was the by-laws,which will
problems. These problems .gue has organized a League of the groups and to bring them i of District Councils was be the guidllnes for future If you would like further information -
exist for all black people, whether District Councils; to bring all together to work on common. held on July 1, in Coconut policy. Meetings will be regularly ,call Mr.Elvln Dean,
they live in the north end black people together, from concerns. A recent example of Grove, led by the newly elected scheduled during the of the Urban League at 377-
of the county in Opa-locka or every area, in a community- this is the tremendous turnoutof president, Alfredo Toledo. summer.A 3681, or Mr. Alfredo Toledo
the south end, Perrlne. wide effort, to use their area council members to the Members of all the area present concern of the whose home 'phone number is
Problems range- from bad strength of masses of people Public Hearing on the FairJAMES councils attended also In- Task Force on Education is 624-0974.

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1I 1I 1I I I I "Ghetto Power In Action"


"Ghetto Power in Action"is clude: Thomas Bradley, Los President and President of
I the theme of the 58th Na- Angeles City Councilman who Time, Inc., will address the
I 1 1T ,tional Urban League Confer- nearly unseated Mayor Sam opening and closing sessions.
ence, to be held in the nation's Yorty of that city; Represen- Samuel Proctor, the Confer-
capital July 27-31. tative Shirley Chisolm of ence's General chairman,will
In the last year, the League Brooklyn, first Negro woman preside over the sessions.
has established 62 projects to i ever .elected to Congress and
build the economic, social and Winston A. Burnett, head of More than 100 business corporations -
political strength of residentsin the Winston A. Burnett Con- government agencies -
the black ghettos and a major struction company of New labor and religious
I part of the conference will, York City.Whitney. groups and other organiza-
I be devoted to reports on.the M. Young,Jr., Lea- tions will present exhibits on
effectiveness of these pro- gue Executive Director, will specific progress they have
I grams. deliver the keynote address made In ending discrimination -
More than 90 strategy ses- the conference's opening gen- and segregation in their
sions and workshops will be I 1 eras session on Monday, July own operations throughout the
held, some of them in Wash- 28. James A. Linen, League nation.
t ington's ghetto areas, on sub-

I tt tt II t tion's jects that cities have in turmoil kept the in na-recent Job Corps Recruitment OnThe I

I II t years.
They include: Florida State Employ- months or more and unable to
I Police-community relations ment Service is recruiting now find or hold an adequate Job
t I ROYAL for the Job Corps. If you area this might'be Just the kind of
The Youth rebellion young man between the ages of training program for you.The
.- Community control of edu, 16 and 21, you may be eligible training centers enable you to
James Royal isn't sure when he worked harder-before he retired, as aI
cation and other facilities. for entering this fine program work on useful and productive
i t cook or since he become a volunteer for the Urban League. As Pre'side.nt"of I conservation projects learn
Housing that prepares 'you to make a I ,
the C. N. D. Area Council, his volunteer duties have gradually grown to a Job discrlmlnatlonandupgrading decent living. The Job Corps Job skills and basic academic
full-time job. Mr. Royal said the area councils In each black neighborhoodhave has many features that encourage subjects and earn .a modest
I been organized by the Urban League to bring people together to Work I -' Health problems young people to enroll living allowance, too. If you
t on,their common problems,.I like housing, education, and health conditions.He Another workshop highlight t: First, it is a residential are Interested, come in to the
is busy, "getting things done that need doing." This ranges from the daily will focus on the League's new' training program. You live at Miami Opportunity'c en t e r,
I contacts with people/ showing them how, to get the help they need, getting I proposal abolish the welfare i I a Job,Corps center-they pro- 245 SE 1st Street, the Plaza
people involved in the Area Council, dealing ,with problems like the recent system and replace it with a. vide you with room and board, Building and ask to speak to
I successful efforts to increase garbage pick ups, to getting the local housing I minimum income plan. medical and dental care,work someone about the Job Corps.
t ordinance passed. Mr. Royal and Area Council members are' presently In- More than 2500 delegates clothing, a nominal allowanceto Don't pass up what could be a
in an effort to improve the system of code enForcement. civil rights, education,government be used toward the purchase fine opportunity for you to get
\'t Besides being a great friend fo all people, James Royal Is 'a great I labor and religiousleaders :: of dress clothes,and monthly ahead. Act now!
I neighbor. Just ask those people for whom he makes his own barbeque sauce I are expected to attend allowance of $30 less deduc-
or teaches how to cook the special dishes he prepared while a chef! making It the largest annual tions for .Social Secruity and SALAD & SANDWICH
''t I, Mr. Royal is a busy man, but when he relaxes, it's most often watching I conference in the League's taxes.. 'In addition, each Job GIRLS

., T.V. sports, especially football, a favorite from college days. I for the history, Headquarters Corps enrollee gets$50 a South and Central
conference will be month''for each month of satisfactory -
To sum up his commitment: to the community, James Royal believes in Miami Area
I 'I Washington's Sheraton-Park: Job Corps service.So,
"helping people help themselves.
,
Week
Hotel. $90
if you are between 16 and 21
Top speakers who have already years of age, a citizen or per- Set Mr. Herb
*tti WHBNflIDItl1W.TI\Rw.@f.t1mr\\JUL\ \\ mH f. accepted invitations to manent resident of the U.S.,a 7906 Bis. Blvd.
address the conference In- school dropout for' three r


1"A CALL TO ACTION ; I



The National Urban Lea- ween income and number of) that the nation undertake a facilities for the care of child- .spent by the Federal Govern- (Compensatory Education for
gue has submitted to Presi- dependents. Family planning great expansion of existing ren'from birth to the age of ment each year since 1966 in Poor Urban Children) gave,
dent Nixon recommendations allows parents far greater Family Planning servl es. three to enable the teenage the effort to raise the educa- state agencies complete con-
on the urban and racial. cri-- control over their social and 'We cannot overemphasize mother. finish her educationin tional achievement of low-in- trol over the administration'of '
sis. economic destiny and that of the need for such services to order to improve her come and minority group programs and the allocation
In its totality,. this docu their children be conventiently located If theyare chances in life. children, results have been fo funds to local education
ment Is a summary of every While Family planning programs to be effective and operated It is currently estimated negligible. agencies with little attention'.
racial issue in America and are increasing In number at hours which minimizeany that'whne there are some 2.7 Surveys by researchersover to, or concern for,the demon-
possible solutions. For this and size, they do not yet difficulty in utilizing them. million children in impacted the period Involved show strated inadequacies of these
reason, we would like to share exist on a scale sufficient to Where this is impossible, we areas who need day care ser- that in many cities the gap in systems.
with our readers the Urban demonstrate their full poten- submit ,that available' resources vices, there are, at present, educational achievement bet- Little, if any, effort was'
League's position on the problems tial in the lives of the poor and may be put to better facilities for no more than ween low-Income and middle- 'made to obtain the consent of,
that confront every black particularly of the black poor. use by providing individual 310,000 children.As class children has not nar- and advice of the population the
I 'American--racism and the effects A recent' National Urban woman with funds to permither have been pointed out,the rowed but in fact has widen- programs were designed to
\ of racism. League study in 10 cities revealed to see a doctor privately. absence of adequate day care ed.The assist. Local school districtsand
Because of the length of the that 1) among low-In- DAY CARE CENTERSThe facilities was a significant 1965 Elementary and state education agencies
recommendations, "A Call to come families the impact of National Urban Leagueis factor In the failure of the Secondary Education Act is tended to view the Influx of
Action" Is being printed weekly ,Family Planning programs is deeply concerned about the Work Experience and Training a good example of positive leg- Federal funds deriving from
in eight parts. Today's article negligible, 2) few low-income nation's critical shortgage of 'program, which was de- islation designed to result in the Act as a means of balanc-
is the sixth in this series. families have any idea of how Day Care Centers for child- signed in some part to trans- concrete improvement in the ing their budgets and the needsof
,I FAMILY PLANNINGThe or where to get family planning ren, both for the population at form public assistance recipients lives Id the nation's children the low-income child were
relations between a ,''services' and 3)) very often,the large and, more particularly, Into wage earners. and it Is essential that it continue lost sight of.
''family's size and its economic location of services Imposes a for what sizeable number of The National Urban League rThere In short, far too little atten-
resources Is critical in determining -. hardship even on those who -mothers now on public assis- therefore, considers a major were,however,faults tion has been givento the theoretical -
J the family's ability to know about them and want to tance or in marginal circum- expansion of the nation's sys- in the design and administration framework out of which
( cope with its social and physical utilize them. stances who would be freed to tem of Day Care Centers cen- of the Act. The Act established such programs must evolve if
environment.The Given the potential that the work or to undertake trainingfor tral to any concerted effort to a structure that gave they are to succeed. With this
ability of families to voluntary restriction family work if day care facilities combat poverty.EDUCATION additional resources to state costly experience behind us,
clothe, feed, house and edu- size has for relieving acute were available for their child and local agencies which never the National Urban League
cate their children is deter- poverty, the National Urban ren. Despite the fact that more had been creative.
mined largely by the ratio bet- League considers it essential There is a special need for than 1 billion dollars bas been The guidelines'for Title I




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1 THE MIAMI TIMES, 'Friday, July 4, 1969 27 _

$ MACEDONIAWest Lily' White NewsThe TEMPLEThe

( Hollywood)
Lord's will
Miami District of the Supper be
Lily White Security Benefit administered during the
I y Association will celebrate Its' morning and evening serviceson BUSINESS DIRECTORYLOUNGES

10th anniversary Sunday, July Sunday, and the choirs will
27. This affair will be held at serve Jointly. It is expected -
Salters Chapel AME Church, that all the faithful will be
3:30 p.m. at 48th St. and 27th present. LAUNDRY & CONTRACTORS
Ave. The parade will begin at The pastor wishes to thank EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE CLEANING J. H. COPELAND
3 p.m. from the Antioch the members of the No.2 choir 4400 NW 7th Avenu. WILLIAMS'TAILORS CONSTRUCTION
Bap- and Earl Edwards Prop. 2939 NW 48th T.rronPhon.
ushers' board and &
4 tist Church on 46th St.andNW others CLEANERS .. 634-6233
who motored 1 Day S.rve. Alteration
29th Ave. The public Is Invited to West Palm FUNERALDIRECTORS 4842 NW 27th Avenue 634.4233IndustrialComm.rciol I I
to be with us. Beach on Sunday and servedat 634-9251
the morning session of the
Happy birthday wishes to MANKER-MILTON
Anthonte Turner who will Ministers and Deacons' Unionof 6701 NW 15th Avenu.
celebrate her day on July 1. Atlantic Coast Baptist Association 69T-9151 A-J LABORNO
Paulette Alexander and held at Mt. Zion FEE PAID DAILY
Howard were honoredata Bettye luncheon Baptist Church,Rev.A.Smith, WI NDOW SERVICE Agents Wanted Driver Men with cars,
pastor Fork lift, Lobo..,., War.-
'" on Tuesday. Cynthia HENRY'S Agents to sell The Miami housemen. Open 3t30 p.m.
I REV. A. COOPER, Pastors Murry will celebrate her One, two, three! It takes exactly WINDOW SERVICE Times are wanted all over
J, birthday on July 4. Pauletteand three more weeks for ourMen's Repair & Installing Florida and Georgia. They A-1
Bettye will leave this week Day program to come to Phone: 635-9869 may be boys and girls or I Employmenr
for college, good luck. a close. Every loyal memberIs adults. Make spending Low !*... -No Money Down.
Junlata McCloud Is home busy pushing for the goal DRESS SHOPS money. Write or call Mrs. Restaurant, Hovel
with a sprained right arm. Chairman Johnson and Co- PATRICIA'S INC. Davis, 6530 NW 15th Ave., Domestic, Factory
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.''. well wishes to Mrs. Marie make the mark. The women LORY'S FASHION SHOPS k
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s Juanita McCloud, reporter. never let down the men. Martin W. Smith MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE

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skirts are our specialty. NEW
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Minnie Mike cochairmanand ----------- -mmmmmmm mmm mmmmmmmmummpicnic I Made to fit all sites LOCATION
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tees friends and advertisers
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we would not have raised $1- Mr. and Mrs. John Harrisare Stoughten tried to discouragethe 1965 Chevy Impala supers -

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new born baby girl,Karen De- ranger sergeant, be could
grateful. nise Harris, who arrlvedbere muster no more authority than 1964 Cadillac Sedan JeYille Do'you have a SORE, RASH DISCHARGE?

June 25th at 5:00 a.m.at Mer- to make it retreat across the 1965 Bonneville Pontiac '
hospital.Mrs. road, where it waited expectantly IT COULD BE VD c:
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CHRIST THE KIN Gi A.Q. Eva Boles, better ("Is this,where you're Lowest Prices in Town
going to throw me the food?") For confidential information and
known as Ma'Boles is a very Cone In,:See or Call:
All members are remindedthat proud woman at the age of 84. The beselged ranger held on MR. DUFFY 75931 free treatment
this Sunday, July 6th, we She tells the people of her until the assistant superintendent Phone 377-0341 152
will begin on summer sche-, community that she has some- Lt. John Lyncharrived.He : Extension

dule.. Divine Liturgy will be thing to be proud of, her boys pounded vigorously on the SEWING MACHINE DADE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
celebrated at 9:00 The door to frighten the raider 1969 ZIG-ZAG'PORTABLE
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Young Funeral Chapel, 1732 the world will smile with you. fect. The ring-railed varmint controls built In. Sews with
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-..-. - Pittsfield, Macs light heavy-
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o' weight Eddie Owens Tuesday,
For those of you that didn't get to the 81st A.A.U. Outdoor July 8 In a 10-round Miami
Track and Field meet last week missed quite treat. The T.V. Beach Auditorium headliner

cameras were only able to pick up some of the excitement, Rodriguez, No. 1 rated con-
\drama and thrills But to boserve and talk with the participants tender for Nino Benvenuti's '- w j-

before, during: and after the event Is quite an experience within world crown, comes off a ./ _
Itself. And for all the athletes, must say, they were quite cooperative three month layoff after dis- a
even thought a lot of them gave disappointing performances locating his right thumb in a
The number of national stars were many;but as I KO over San Diego boxer Ra- '
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said before, a lot of their performances were sub-normal. It fael Gutterlez. The popular ... ,.' ,,"
might have been a thing of too many meets In a long and gruel- Miamian scored his 39th KO,
Ing track season, It might have been any number of things; butt and overall, the former
think that a meet of this calibre should be held earlier in the world's welterweight champ

season so that the athletes will be at their peak. 83-7-1 (no contest). a =xwMa Owens makes his second
Those who lost gave their excuses;but only a few even mentioned Beach start after almost up-
or hinted about the possibility being tired. I know the setting Gomeo Brennan as a
-"public doesn't,expect these fellows to get tired; but everyone last minute substitute. The
must realize that these guys are human and after competingand light heavyweight bangercame Action City Golf Tournment At OrlandoThe

practicing for the last four months,they should be a little on strong In the late
worn out by this time.And above all,don't forget the traveling rounds and Brennan had to set-
Florida View Newspaper -, day, July 27 28 at the May- will be the greatest tourna-
these guys, ,must do to attend the various meets across the na- tle for a split decision. The
tion. New Englander looks for his and the Quarterback Clubof fair Country Club. ment ever held in Florida by a

big break over the topcontender Orlando will co-sponsor Bernard Singleton, tourna- Negro golf group." The tour-
their second annual "Action ment chairman along with Dr. nament is open to all golfers.
All things being equal I think the meet was well supported with a 19-7-2 record.
,
City Open Golf Tournament", I. S. Manning, of the Quarter- This a 36 hole tournament,
by south Floridians and well attended by national and International
scheduled for Sunday and Mon- back Club, states that "this 18 holes to be played Sundayand
athletics. Also speaking of support, I don't think any
meet, Including the Olympics;could find a more qualified groupof Allapattah Jr. the fna118 holes Monday
There will be 30 main
officials than we had at this meet. To the many people who I prizesfor
worked so hard to see that the meet was a success, my con- High Summer k Your Dog the five flights,championship -,
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grats. flight, a flight, B flight,
C flight and D flight

Even though our two local fellows gave good accounts of Cultural Arts I And YouBY Prizes includes, a complete

themselves, (they equaled or bettered their best times), they'' golf set, golf hats, golf balls,
Just weren't up to the best In the nation. Now that Gerald and And leisure VINCE COOPER golfers rain suits and first,

Larry know what they have to do to get In the record books, ..'. y a second and third place trophies -
I have confidence In both that they will do Just that within two, Time for each flight.
years. Go get'em fellows. Program This week we shall discussa and if left unchecked can chewa Forty extra prizes will be
Allapattah Junior High few hints on dog care that dog's ear In half or worse. added for the player with the
save dollars at the vet. bites noticeable best round with
Fly single
may are
by a player
F ve been so busy with the track meet,I almost forget about School has planned a well-
Let's start with the most dried the most birdies
common matter the and
crusty on tipsof player
baseball. The amazing Cubs still leads the Eastern Divisionof rounded summer program for
the National League while five teams fight It out In the West. all youths. Some of the target problems: bookworms, ears. Ruby a light coat of with the most pars.
tape worms and round motor oil of Social activities will
worms. on tips ears and include -
Of course, the Orioles show the way In the American League features in the program are:
East and only three teams struggle In the West. Could anyone Coordinated program with back of dog. Repeat every few a free dinner and dance
I other than myself, see a Cub-Oriole World Series?Of course Dade Junior College which Includes }to our tropical climate, days. Sunday night at the Quarter-
these worms have a tendencyto To get a real gloss in back Club.
tbe Orioles your
(* taking It all! Judo, swimming, golf,
flourish. dog's coat, use 2 tablespoonsof Golfers are expected to
I volleyball, baseball, touch
.I peanut oil or lard can be come from Massachusetts,
Chump of,the week: Richie Allen--even though you are an football, track,> cheerleading, Hookworms are the most added to food. Do not give raw Connecticut, New York, and
and
asset to club are still under contract to the Phillies many, many more.
any you
serious it tends to Detroit. Last 22 states
snacks as one hookworm can eggs as destroy year
Daily and bus transportation
and I am quite sure you won't stop the sport. -
are free. The dally suck about 1/6th of a cc of vitamins. were represented the Action
pick up and return time from blood from your dog or pup. Call all questions to Coop- City Golf Tournament.For .
Sports of the week Bennie Moore and Vince Antle. A' meetWell Allapattah Junior to Dade Junior Imagine a few hundred lining er's Canine Servlce,691-2643. Information write Action -
organized and We all await next effort and Next Week City Golf Tournament
ran. your we is:pickup time 9:00a.m., your dog's Intestine. : Raise your pup PO
will support it. return time12:00 p.m;afternoon to be aggressive. Box 5726,Orlando,Fla.,32805

-. pick up time 1:00 Tapeworms are also seri-
Even though the fireworks show Is tonight,you can still con- p.m., return 3:30 p.m. ous and can be found in stoolas AnnouncingThe

tribute to the "Send a Kid to Camp"fund. Make your check or Indoor and outdoor acti- a rice colored and shaped start of a new K-9 Service in MiamiCooper's
money order out to: Miami USA, P.O. Box 352, Miami, Fla. vities at A 11 a p a tt a h Junior object Tapeworms some-
33101. High are filled with many educational times measure several feet In
Until the fireworks tonight remain a good sport.F' andrecreationalgames length, breaking off segmentby

and sports. segment.

Special features of our pro- Canine ServiceLICENSED
:;::::::8:::::;:::::::::::: :::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::-::: gram are music, modern roundworms do no real damage -

HEY! dance and drama. The music except to pups, but If

I'M JOHNNY WARE | program is under the instruc- your dog gets sick, wouldn't Dogs of all breeds trained in obedience and

Renumber .met I lull the g-i;i' tion of Miss Ann McGahee providing help to have roundworms too. all phases of attack
Instructions in choral
cleanest used cars In tiV|
town. |; groups, individual solos, and There are several different WEEKLY GROOMING SERVICE

Reasonable prices }:: group singing. medicines for the treatment of Protect your ,home and business with a
Bank Financing :$ Modern dance is guided by worms such asDNP-264ver- trained dog.German .
Satisfaction Guaranteed ;: Mrs. Mary Woo d ar d. Highlights miplex, canopai, and task. I
,Stop By or Call Me of this program include recommend task, because of Shepherd puppies occasionally
MERT GALLOWAY CARS;1 'Instruction In drama techniques the widespread success of It. 24 Hour Answering Service

sff tv 3f9F 2757 NW 36th St. :8: and acting. 691-2643 2021 NW 97th St.
633-4648 ::;: Several one-act plays and Flies are also a problem,
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presented this summer for

your enjoyment and pleasure.All .
persons who are inte-
rested In any phase of the program

: STANLEY DRUGS please report and enrollin Ii

the program of your choice w .
YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD PRESCRIPTION STORE Monday through Friday from

8690 NW 22 Ave 691-3741 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
K Dr. K. W. Walker Is pain,
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Sepitj Surveys Soul Fashion tracts schools rib private to teach.tastemtsad IIW sk8ia $Jw J wwn TS11 wwtthT!

A@IY GIESTIHS' to people who would ls to sgt- 5pal4fl ft. NW 14th C,. 4
C 7M. St. 74,ft. dupl. lot,
TastesHair iT><3tt1 trade their present...". NV list $'. red 12th PI.
ment. The umber to can for *fa 140 ft. Hr..Wark, Hal.le .
CEP Is '757-1512. .'..
styes, fashions, and ing the self-less heroism of a S BAq LEAD cell 0...,. 7544484
builds ,whici did the
guys mostis few trade
unions
on racial -
Mr. 0. N, called to thank
Sepia's headlined feature questions but the utter bigotry Each week we will answer and perpetuate racial Inequities "Ask Us" column for fee tip
for July. Using;[ a photographic! of most..including toe U.A.W. questions about the Urban will hold workshops to examine on LEAP. His son Earl... CoinLaundry
questionnaire, survey teams "Clown power" shows a League and also community the problems and work enrolled in the free totortaf'
questioned i epcesentatif e men change in complexion under concerns, including heusio, on solutions. The conferenceis program and win be a car
oa preferen :es far hairstyles, the ,big-top. Singling Bros education, Jobs, health and open to everyone,and information penter's apprentice.Aay .
body tmlMs legs awl clothing this year, has finally added a welfu-e. can be had by calling
fashions. A d then some background black clown and a lively 2-r ing If you have any questionsyou 377-3681, For Sale
OD cb man was addedto act of b 1 a c k unlcyele riders would like to see aiswer- otherterested yl-
the quest onnaire. from the Bronx To wrap-up i I ed by this column, call 377- Q. rm really fed up.We jut to ttte building tirades Lecotee a. pheseut pa"
Some res Its are not exactly the soul-on-wheels act, the 3(81 (Monday through Friday, bad another baby and she Is (treat pay), call Cal Jetting e*.ti.t even II Hwih Dee1*.
surprising, Ike.the bosom Charles King Troupe take over from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.)and ask got to be my last. My husband of LEAP at 75 -5551.Owner Trcerfoet .....tl.1 far
is here to s ay and apparentlythe the center ring and do a Harlem for the "Ask Us" editor. is working two Jobs now. Who peepl. ,Int.t.s.d i' ew.lg
bigge the better The Globetrotters basketball Q. I know the Urban League's can I see for help? Mrs. U.S. their ewe U.lMi.lavdry This
same goes lor legs. But what act-on one-wheel! Lou Rawlsis National Conference is A. Call Mrs. Evelyn Wrightat At Forced Once to Sell is l IH ytart old
is surprising is a breakdownof featured in the entertain- coming up soon. When is that? the Urban Leagues Family Prime store, AAA buildingwith with excellent, _I,MBt.
who digs big legs and big ment section,From Chitllns' M.T.S. Planning Office at 633-2573, 2 house| M 106 ft.x Grossing between $1800-
bosoms the most. "The oldera and Cornbread to Champagneand A. The Annual National Con- or stop at 4638 NW 27th Ave. rented.123ft.corn.t.$8400 Always Income 100 % $2000 a month. Total price:
man gets and toe more edu- Caviar." "Letters to a ference begins on Sunday,July Mrs. Wright or other staff $20,000 down, $65,006total. $23,000. Terns available
cation he absorbs, the more Ghetto Mother" grabs at the 27, in Washington, D. C. At members will discuss with you to qualified partlts.
fascinated he becomes with heart with a story about the that time, delegates from the some of the alternatives you Owners 754-4484 Phone: 621-9625
obvious breasts and fleshy mother of a dead Vietnam he- 93 Urban League affiliates can be considering and refer
legs. .Republicans are com- ro, unable to find a new and will evaluate the first year's you to the most convenient
pletely and hopelessly hung up decent apartment while her New Thrust movement and agency for actual family planning
on pounds of flesh around the son was alive, is yet unable to form plans for the ,second services. UNCLE
bosom and legs. Democratscome move out of squalor and vio- year. Experts in every area

off with a considerablymore lence because of bureaucratic that plague urban communities Q. We saw an ad for CEP. ARTHUR'S
,moderate approach to bigotry and indifference. What does that mean? T.H.
the subject, and those ruggedly Black History gets double- 2-page color poster recalls &R.M. GROCERY ( _
independent voters seem to feature coverage in July Sepia. the battles of the all-black 54th A. CEP are the initials for
be toe most broad-minded of Chapter VI of an on-going se- Massachusetts Union Army Concentrated Employment
all." ries covers "1954": End of Regiment in a battle near Program--a project in which & SUNDRY :
Variety may very well be the the White Man's Burden" re- Charleston, S. C. the federal government conuuu"uuu"uuY -
spice of life. But some of the calls that the Supreme Court's . ...,
uuuuuuu V.I V V V.r V V Y V V V.rv-v Where Patronage is appreciated and
shockers pointed out by Se- Brown vs. Board of Education your :
Our Business is Patrons
pia's pen-pushingsurvey team only unlocked the door. It remained ,serving
seem to be saying that not all for Daisy Bates and REALTYBROKER 700 NW 69th STREET PHONE: 691-9872
varieties of dishes do their nine brave youngsters to start
best with certain kinds of shoving it open. "DaisyBates COLDEST BEER AND WINE IN TON!

spicel the article says, "has carveda ALL SIZES & SHADES
In the same issue of Sepiais place for herself alongside
LADIES HOSIERY
a double-feature, "Black Harriet TubmanandSoJournerTruth OPEN 7 DAYS
Unions-White Unions" show- in black history."Anda
WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION
I 3 bedroom, 2 bath home at 2464 NW 94th St. Car AUTO INSURANCELow
AETNA REALTY port, large fenced yard, wall, to wall carpeting, Premium Rates b ';.
teparateutility haute with water and electric Low Monthly Payments :..
Homes From $100 Down FHA $12,000, $400 down, $98.28 month.
Immediate SR-22 Filings''

5415-17 NW 6th Ave. NO QUALIFYING t*:;1'I' NO QUALIFYING -. (MOVE;RIGHT, HI \tjf. Mon.OFFICE Thru Frl.HOURS 930-7| 00 si;.'. t -1'
3453 NW 11th Court FHA, 3 bedrooms >bedroom aUto ttilngt' hows'*;,at ,5538 'NW!?$ Sat. 9t30-4tOO .
2nd Avenue' toned ,boiineN.wro'f,< 1 :
347 NW 43rd St. '- FHA, $10,500.00 ,;ulcefyard,, freshly;tainted 'Insidt,
75-79 NW 47th Terr. FHA $1,000 down :|$8._500,:,$850,dow, ," $110, ',Nooth, ,pays, ,,oil, ,"::'\: .740 NW 7th Avenue
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3041 NW 51st St. FHA $72.21 monthly ';" I> >'ft t ') 754-0655 I
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5411-13 NW 6th Ave. -, 2 bedroom, each WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION

6635 NW 24th Ave. FHA, 3 bedroom, 2 bath Modern 3 bedroom CBS, tile roof,' terrazzo floors, AUTO INSURANCE
2 ton reverse cycle air, paneled dining room,
2452 NW 87th St. $1,500 down wall to wall carpeting, large screened in patio.
3010 NW 159th St. 4 bedroom, 2 bath FHA price $T4I900, $450 down and $107.14 mo.

3825 NW 185rh St. 3 bedroom, 2 bath ,

WE HAVE OTHERS SEE' THEM ALL! jj;' ; SELL t"'FOR" FHA VALUATION.: '

I Lovely"3 bedroom, 2 both,CBS, !lorge' Florida'rm, SERVICEFIRST
AETNA REALTY (Broker) -|glarge::| .front porch, wall h.atj appliance, dlsh.washeigarbage INSURANCE AGENCY
811 NW 54th Street ;' disposal, ,,wall| 'to wall carpeting:
Phone: 757-5724 fa ,,: FHA. prUt $17,000, ," $700 down, $120.86, month.'
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Closed 4th, 5th, 6th, July
JIM LEVENSON, Owner e Phe>n 6357507I
Open Monday, July 7th 9431 LITTLE RIVER BOULEVARD

3 bedroom CBS on lovely corner lot; Fla. room, '
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open front porch, carport, tile roof, awnings, aircond'b I i ,
I large V kitchen with appliances. Price : Going To Nassau
0, $2,500' down, $137.91 month I

FOR SALE } :I WHS Summer? :
FOR INVESTMENT:-"INCOMES! PROPERTIES '
'W.( 'several 'good-income properties:",We'will
own
,
: live
For a real SOUL vacation at
715 N.W. 52nd Street .sell monthly payments' Dvplexes: 5 units & 6 units.Modern ..

CBS buildings.. Find security. ,Look Into
$600 Down this! hole!

$135 Month PRIDE OF THE SOUTH
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY LOW INVESTMENT
Established luncheonette in busy shopping center. P ::0. BOX 1314 PHONE 21046-22655
OpaJocka. Will sell lock., Stock and barrel' for
$2,500 cash., Enjoy native cooking in our Modern ,,restaurant and

LOTS' LOTS' LOTS ,, It, .'' \!;':;,;r'j\Yf:: > f"fM ,"i :,<;!f.h J t".lif4.I>{'''<'C'2ft"' }''A' I>>"1J r"',' I choice leverage in Our lovnge.McPHERSOH t
?t.W! =-WK,'H AV&1.MYJ lI NtI ES4tYOIj :v" I ST. JUST OFF MARKET STREET
IN LIB CITY & OPALOCKALow C'.H' Bu'r; HYoF'Guti'HN'H': : M S/fijl FIVE-MINUTE WALK TO TOWN t
Low Monthly ; \( $WO DOWN'llrfYOt1; 'ARE;A'Yf,Oft; '*CJttC, I TEN TO BEACH L
Down, lift FREE BUS SERVICE, TO TOWN & BEACH '
| EDAND'FYOUCANQ!
0PLA :, :,! ; <,ALIFTVV i I f
Your Golden Opportunity 20 BEAUTIFUL AIR CONDITIONED ROOMS

PERCY L. JOHNSON, Broker '' 1fl'l'ft/jrif;<< 't' ., t< "! "i.i: >": ," iV".t'i..'Jum'-p".* ,f"}"1." I WITH PRIVATE BATH AND WALL/WALL CARPETING ,
,. wiitWt/ **.sT \ ;f
587.9494, Ft. Lauderdale i/> f I SINGLE (E.P.) $8.00 "
,REAIniTlRBROKER: DOUBLE (E.P.) $10.00
I .. TRIPLE (E.P.) ,$15.00''
-' VC, t (E.P.) European Plan is without meals., ,
r Breakfast Service-Additional charge.'

CREALTY Transportation: Taxi from) Airport $4.00 ((1 to 3 persons).I

t 3074 NW 75 STREET BROKER CAROL CITY SHOPPING CENTER Deposit Equivalent to one night's stay required.Ask ,
ji-rfn If No Answer ARCADE 624-3666 about our 7-day all-expense package for $95.UO
693 I ,
759-6500
t : f For Reservations Call
4932 HW 7tK
Avenue.PIL,9.437R1V
t HAVE A SAFE HOLIDAY WEEKEND gg : t North Travel Agency 754.3517 t tt

Cloeed/ Frldoy, Saturday and Sunday i .L s ; y.. ...9 t or write Grants 'Town Hotel I

t f July 4th, 5th,.ond 6th J .,.... P. Q..Box 1314 Nassau, Baharrii .
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MISCELLANEOUS: t1":: y ; t'

CLASSIFIED ADS' My NY,brother has seat$4500 y
cash to buy cheap shack! Any
I areal! 534-8171. (Jly 4)
20 WORDS OR LESS 200. 100 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL .VORD.

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. t'I


FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE NOTICE

PRICED FOR QUICK SALE Fully equipped beauty salonat Pretty CBS 2 bedroom 1 bath. Simon's House of Beauty at Ph I Ii Flw ''x"tk
3 bedroom and den large lot 6500 NW 15th Avenue,for rent Extra large Florida room,tile 6500 NW 15th Avenue, under I '
152nd Street near 15th Avenue 235-4917 after 6 p.m. roof, hardwood floor, $1500 the proprietor Ellender r '
,$6100 or best cash offer.633- cash down. Bank financing. Simon is no longer in opera-
'3109- 624-1810, Terms arranged. Atlantic and tion. Many thanks to those I've
*****.*
HOUSE FOR RENT Pacific Realtors 666-0411. served over the years.
2832 NW 8th St.Ft.Lauderdale
1 bath
Large three bedroom, :
:$$100 or best cash offer 633- kitchen .
front porch, large wry : ;
$LQ9. or 633-4650. Cuban tile Color
large living room,
floors, carport. $200 monthly,
THREE LOTS FOR SALE Dixie Rental 1
$200 security. '
Located la Portable Color or
Liberty City area. Agency phone: 633-2429. I
Very reasonable. Phone' 754- y a ack and White T.V.

4997. Nice house $22 per week pre
180 Cubic inches
fer to sell to right party.$100down :
CBS 5 bedroom Duplex, furnished.or JUge"t.unlly Leaving balance' weekly NE 5- Mrs. Ruth Herndon of Jacksonville (left) con

town $20,000 for Information 5566. i : ference coordinator for the York-Rite Masons and

call '757-0289, near bus. affiliated bodies: Holy Royal Arch Masons, Hero-

7028 NW 2nd Ct. HELP WANTED ines of Jericho, Knight Templars, Order of Cyrenes,

and Heroines Templar Crusades, is shown with the
3 bedroom 1 bath and dining Females ages 18 and over
national heads of the organization. Herbert A. Bates
room. Beautiful house; land- interested In earning full time
scaped with hurricane fence. wages for part time work.Am- of Washington D. C. is General Grand High Priest,

Can be seen dally from 9-2. 1 bitious and pleasant personalities and Mrs. Ruth M.Tucker of Pittsburgh, Pa. is Gen
And weekends from 9. 6.Located essential. Call 696-8066 eral Grand Most Ancient Matron. Both were reelected
at 5716 SW 20th St.West 1 between 4 and 6 p.m. For in- to their offices on Wednesday as the conference

Hollywood. Jl. 11 .:formation. $425.00 closed out its 11th Annual Session at the Everglades
FOR SALE BY OWNER
IN CARVER RANCHES Part-time helper to clean THE ASTRO MODEL 63613 hotel. L Johnson photo.EASTERN.
J house and cook evening meal. Deluxe high fidelity stereo console with FM/AM radio

MUST VACATE ,Needed from 2 to 5 Monday
Sacrifice furniture. Small ap- :Friday. Call 691-0120 before e

pliances, stove, refrigerator, ,4:30. If later call 696-9238. STEREOPHONIC
CONSOLE
rugs, carpeting, color anten- .
na, lamps fishing chairs, :LABORATORY TECHNICIAN Eastern Airlines Invites you to complete an application -
.rods reels, clothing, shoes, I Dpa.loeta, General Hospital for expected job openings here in Miami.It .
other Items. 751-1270 I II 685-2467 (Jul 4) Y Is not known, at this time, exactly when these
positions will be available.However, we currently
I Good used furniture. We sell :;Musician wanted five nights wish to consider qualified applicants for these
for less. Open dally and Sunday :EI week. Good pay. P1.70292CHILDCARE future openings:

The K & K Store, 8609 Part-time/Full-time Ticket Agents
NW 22nd Avenue, J1.25
Applicants must possess ,a ,high school or
General Equivalency Diploma (GED), be at
Modern bedroomCBS, extra least 21 years of age, willing to work
,large fenced yard.FHA terms. I(Child and babycare can be $359.00 shifts and possess above-average poise
Drive by 131 NW 53rd St. ;found at this address 1225 NW'' THE WINDSOR MODEL 14662 and appearance.Part-time; Agents work up

:g.Then call Tubln Realty, 10035 55th Street. Phone 7514708. Solid state stereo bar with FM/AM radio & FM MultiplexSTEREOS to 30 hours per week and are frequently
NW 7th Ave. Phone: 758-4429. required to work on weekends and holidays.
Mother's care for Infants and TV' Foreign language fluency '(Spanish. ) is' de-
Carol City and Opa-locka. 3 small children. Monday,Wed- sirable.
and 4 bedroom homes. FHA nesday, Thursday and Saturday 8 SPEAKERS Part-time/Full-time Reservation Agents
terms. Tubin Realtors, 10035 I only. 691-7418. Applicants must possess a high school

NW 7th Ave. 758-4429. 3790900PHONE diploma (or GED), be at least 18 ,years, of
age, and willing to work shifts. prior pub- I.,
1440 NW 61st St. 1 bedroomair MISCELLANEOUS BETWEEN 1 a.m. & 10 p.m. lie contact experience is desirable.

conditioned, completely
Sundays Included
furnished. Call 445-1364 after DRAPERIES Computer Operator Trainees
you see this house.Can be seen taken down, cleaned, decorator F&M TV 425 E 9th St. Applicants must possess a high school
any day after 5 p.m. folded and rehung.Drap- diploma (or GED), be at least 18 years of
ery rods Installed. LUSTRA/ PHONE AND SALESMAN WILL CALL ,age, willing to work shifts and possess
TONE DRAPERY SERVICE above-average mathematical aptitudes.
FOR RENT 887-8022
sharetiomewithsame. Accounting Clerks and jr. Accountants
Young lady to
Applicants must a high school
possess
(''I'
696-5716. FEMALE LAUNDRY HELP
diploma (or GED), be at least 18 years of
Flat work, feeders, folders. Good wages. age and have prior experience in book-
Room In a nice place at,a bus HELP WANTED
.,:, Excellent company ,benefits. Paid vacation. keeping or equivalent educational training. .
stop. 691-7034. : PAN AMERICANWORLD or over. APply' between 10, a.m. & 5 p.m. No

2 rooms for rent. Man or wo- AIRWAYSis phone calls please. National Linen Service Keypunch Operators or Keypunch' Trainees
man. 1521 NW 67th St. accepting 1950 NW 1st Avenue. Ask for Mr. Findley. Applicants must possess a high'school diploma -
applica-
(or GED), be at least 18 years.of
tions for: age,willing to work evening shift and haveat
2 BEDROOM HOUSE $27.00
least one, year of IBM keypunch experi-
deposit required. West Realty CLERK- MALE LAUNDRY HELP ence or formal keypunch training.
2020 NW 62nd St.,Open 1012.
STENOGRAPHER Loaders, pullers, extractor operators. Gopd StenogrophersApplicants

1 bedroom CBS- rear house TYPISTS wages. Production bonus' Excellent :company: must possess a high school di-
Unfurnished $20 weekly Includes benefits. Paid vacation. Permanent job. Must ploma (or' GED), be at 'least 18 years of
all utilities. preferred Clerk-stenographer applicant be 18 or over. Apply hi mornings. No phone age, take shorthand at 80 correct words
single person or working 'must be able calls please. Ask for, Mr. Findley, National per minute,type 50 correct words per minute
couple. ,Near Shell's. Quiet, to;take shorthand dictation Linen Service, 1950 NW 1st Avenue. and be well above average In both spelling -.
'.**area See Betty at 826NW56th at 90 wpm for 3 and grammar.,

sf..Phooe: 226-8566, ,' min. and type 50 correct Apprentice Mechanics

Room for rent middle 'aged wpm ,on 10 min. Training Jobs Open NowIf Applicants (for September and December
single, working man Two typing test. Must be classes) must be at least 18 years old ,

weeks rent In advance., To see high school graduates you have no experience but want to work here is possess a high school diploma (or,GED),
call NE 5-4805., Starting salary $440.36; an opportunity to work and learn a new trade. All you have be available to work rotating shifts, and
month. to,do is apply for a job at the Employment Service office possess above-average: mathematical and
per
APARTMENT FORRENT listed below mechanical aptitude.
\"f ," 2227 NW 82nd Street. ,,3 bed- Typist applicants must
(1) A NW area employer has a Job opening for an ink Journeyman ,.
room plus extra,bedroom be able to type 70 correct Mechanics' ,
onq "
weigher and mixer trainee. The starting salary will be Applicants must be at least '18', old
10 years ,
apartment., MIDWEST'.'.REALTY" ". wpm on ,a min.' $3.3fan hour for an 8:15 to 4:45 p.m. shin, Monday Fri- possess a high ,school diploma (or GED)
test.
typing Must be
day.. Your own transportation is needed. be ,available
to work
I t 27th Ave 58035APARTMENT' rotating shifts and
MK 5499 NW J.Jgh'school graduate. (2) A SW area employer has a Job opening for a silk- possess from two to four years of 'recent
Starting salary 432.21' screen printer trainee.;You would work from 8 a.m. to similar experience relating to the positionfor
r FOR, RENT per month. 5 p.m. Monday.Friday for a starting salary of$1.75 to which they apply.. ,
1 bedroom apartment, efficiency $2.00 an hour.
with living room, electrical Apply: (3) A NE area employer bas a Job opening for a cloth You may apply by visiting our Employment Officeat
and water. Partly furnished Employment Office spreader trainee. A chauffers license is needed. The 4600 NW 36th Street, 9:00: a.m. to 4:00 p.m., ,
for single man. No starting salary is$2.OOanhour for an 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday or write ,to:.: .'
5300 NW, 36th Street
children 1756 NW 85th Street. shift, Monday Friday.
9-11:30: a.m., 1:30-3 p.m. Regional Employment Manager, ,I

Y, Comfortable, nicely furnished An Equal opportunity Apply for all these Jobs at the mdustiral office, Florida I
apartment for rent, Free Employer: State Employment Service, 1350 NW 12th Ave.,Room 280. EASTERN AIRLINESINTERNATIONAL
water. Especially ideal for a Employment Service offices are open. from 8 a.m.. to 5 AIRPORT/MIAMI. FLORIDA 33148 -'
i ,quiet couple. 634-0881. A Plan for Progress Company p.m. Monday through Friday. An Equal Opportunity Employer/A Plan for Progress Company

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A CALL TO ACTION



(continued from page 26) become synonymous with sionary-like and paternalistic

urges that the New Adminis- "black" in the minds of teach concern for the "culturally

tration adopt a new posture in ers, school administrators, different/ and make such
planning and implementing and interested laymen and re- programs required rather
programs designed to create inforce the prejudicial belief than elective.
quality education for low-in- that black children are in some 5) The Administration re-
come and minority group mysterious way deficient. In quire that programs such as
children. most cases,the use of the word Head Start and Follow Through
and continue to be administered
"poor" would be simpler
Toward this end,we strongly -
that more descriptive. Such terms by Federal rather than state
urge :
1) The Administration give also tend to place the burdenof agencies, engaging membersof
credibility to the right of min- failure In the ducatlonal minority groups at all poli-
ority groups to determinetheir system on the child rather than cy making levels. Funding
the educational establishment. should be under taken on 9-
own destiny by supporting -
basis to Insure
three to five year -
via both legislation and
4) The Administrationstress strength in the administration -
appropriations, the concept of
In-service and and organization of
pre-
community participation in the
service teacher training under such programs. Inasmuch as
control
of educationa 1 and
the Education Professions De- there Is considerable evidence
other institutions. Without di-
velopment Act to develop be- that the age of maximum
rect
involvement and an opportunity -
havior andattitudes towards learning is considerably earlier -
participate mem-
bers of minority groups, haveno low-income and minoritygroup than the starting age for
children. Teachers Head Start,we recommend
... means of influencing decisions -
_.
"," 4"_ affecting their own lives must learn respect for these pansion of the program to include -

Dr. Benjamin L.Perry, President of Florida A&M University, always enjoys and the lives of their children. children rather adopt a mis- even younger children. ...

hearing that major firms appreciate FAMU--especially to the tune of As presently structured, institutions ttk -

$16,000. Mr. Edwin R. Lang, partner of Haskins and Sells, a New York based almost totally In the in the ghetto hands are of F

international public accounting firm, presents Dr. Perry with a $16,000 checkfor people outside the communiy.

scholarships for deserving students to pursue an accounting major at 2) The Administration per-

FAMU. Haskins and Sells will also make a $500. award each fall to FAMU'smost mit agencies outside of the y.

promising accounting senior. Looking on are (standing I-r) Dr. L. W. educational establishment to .
submit educational
Neyland, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences; Dr. Lucy Rose Adams, be eligible for proposalsand funding

chairman of the department of business: ;'(seated) Dr. Sybil Mobley, professorof from Federal seprces. *

accounting. 3) The terms "disadvantaged'culturallydeprived'- .' ,,
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"compensatory education," 0
| Receives Commendation MedalThe etc., and all their synonyms, "

I Carver be stricken from the languageof i c ty
Secretary of the Navy Federal legislation. Al- ice 'N' k

takes pleasure In presenting RuNcIIu. though such terms have some
the Navy Achievement Medalto limited technical value, they Y
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Sgt. Joseph L. Williams, $, Y ..

United States Marine Corpsfor 1% News I James, Mrs. Dorothy Trotter,

outstanding achievementIn By Walter Bow.Attending Mrs. Amena Seymour, Mrs.
the superior performanceof Corailla Pinkney, Willie Mae
his duties :in the field of the 39th Annual Vladez, and Mrs. Elizabeth J:

leadership] achievement. VFW Convention in Jackson- Powell All were from West .
ville, June 26th to 29th were: Hollywood. Post No. 8195 will \

Past Commander Walter A. hold Its meeting on Sunday at .: rtt
Bowe, In-comingCommander, 5 p.m.
Madison, andin-com1ngQuar- The VFW post will be open
ter Master, Morris Nelson, for the 4th of July. Come out and out-going Quarter Master, and enjoy yourselves. There

s Folia Boyd; Chaplain, Ralph will be plenty of refreshments.The ..."' .' ..-.- '. ...
Seymour; Adjutant, James post is located on Pem-
Plnkney. These officers represented broke Road. Singleton Signs First Female

While serving as a Squad Post No. 8195. The The Carver Ranches Fire
Leader with Company H, Sec- convention was held at the Department holds its meetings Negro Country/Western ArtistThe
ond.Battalion. Third Marines Robert Meyer Hotel. The Ladies every Monday at 8 p.m. Mem-
Division in connection with Auxiliary to PostNo.8195 bers are asked to please be Shelby Singleton Corporation announces the signing of
operations against the enemy attended the convention also. present.The 22-year-old Linda Martell, as the first female Negro country/
in the Republic of Vietnam Their meeting was held at the Gay Ladies will hold western artist with one of their record divisions, Plantation,

from Dec. 23, 1967 toDec.29, George Washington Hotel. In their dance at the Harlem Gar- it was announced by President Shelby S. Singleton, Jr.
1968, where he performed his attendance from the Ladies dens this Thursday night,July Within 72-hours of the signing with Plantation Records,Miss
Mrs. Addle 3rd. Martell's Initial the label Color Him Father"
duties in an exemplary man- Auxiliary were: single on was
IwIi "-- waxed for release. Around the clock efforts to rush the single
PFC William 0. Francis, ner. He was ranked a sergeant ,
out were personally directed by Shelby S. Singleton, Jr.
son of Mr. and, Harold on June I, 1969. .
Mrs.
Miss Martell, born in Leesburg, North Carolina, began her
Other medals he has received -
Francis Sr.of 1437 NW 56th St. 4 DAY SPECIAL"fri I
has are two purple hearts, singing career in Columbia,working with groups and as a soloIn
:
completed
military policeon
various local nightclubs(including appearances at the Colum-
June 20, at Fort Gordon, cross of gallantry, National /, Sat, Mon, Tues. bia Air Force Base)
Ga. He is the fifth son of the Defense Ribbon, Vietnam ser-

Francis family,who has served vice, Vietnam Campeain,pre- BRAND NEW -
in the Armed Forces. PFC sident Unit Citation, Combat
Francis is enroute to the Re- Action Ribbon.
public of Vietnam to completehis Sgt. Williams Is the son of 1969 AUTOMATIC Safer bl a
tour of duty. Mr. and Mrs.James Williams,



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