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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 11, 1969
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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| Within the next year, probably and possibly within the room attendants, but will you be qualified and permittedto
TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR ILLB \:, next ten months, a new business will open a new plant in act as money handlers, timers, paddock Judges, stall :.:
Vol. 46, No. 46 PRICE: lS I the northwest section of Metropolitan Dade County. Into men, assistant starters, placing Judges, etc.? :
:::|:a Opa-locka,will come one of the largest business ventures Not If we let everything go until the opening day of the s:,
MIAMI FLORIDA FRIDAY JULY 11 1969
| in the United States today.It grosses over five billion dollars meet. ::;
>;: a year and it returns over $250,000,000 a year to Just as the Black man had a very important part in the k;
OK founder :|: those states that are lucky enough to have plants located early building of this country, he alsowasa leader in the
Keynotes $i within their boundaries. development of thoroughbred racing in this country. The :::::
&: It employs a large amount of labor,skilled,semiskilled first Black man to break the color barrier in sports was : :
and unskilled. Among a few of the crafts necessary for a Jockey,Isaac Murphy,who to this day is still looked upon ss
$750,000 Fund Drive t| the operation of this plant are: electricians, carpenters, by many as the greatest man who ever sat astride a horse. ;
|: steel workers, cement men, painters, mechanics, Today, there are less than a dozen Black riders who s l#
'j j and plumbers. The professions will be represented by get mounts on a regular basis. When the whites started
Leaders of Dade businessand ml Chamber of Commerce :Y doctors, nurses and lawyers. There will be a need for realizing how much money was at stake in the racing business I
industry are being Invitedto shared Jointly the cost of is guards, firemen, gardeners, and police along with many they took over, lock, stock and barrel. :oi
hear the Rev. Dr. LeonSul- training an_O.LC. director for other positions. The racing industry has been groosly unfair to the Black
livan, dynamic Philadelphia | The payroll for this business, which is highly automa- man of this state when it comes handing out Jobs. Hialeah -
minister and originator of jg ted, would figure out to be in the neighborhood of$750,000 Tropical and Gulfstream--the big three of Florida
successful O.LC. programs, jij a year which is a pretty nice neighborhood.Along with this racing--has hired not a single Black man above the level
at a fund-drive luncheon at the business will come the need for living quarters for hundreds of porter or attendant. There are only three Black mutuel ;
Hotel Everglades on Thurs- =::t of visitors who will visit these plants daily and the clerks or cashiers working in these (union) positions at
day, July 24.Purpose improvement,of some of the roads surrounding these the horse and dog tracks. ;
of the fund drive is I places of business. We have about ten months to get ready for the openingof i
to finance an O.LC. programfor Well, if you haven't guessed by how that we are talking the new track. If there is training to be done for these $
Miami Opportunities Industrialization a.w'' NrtE about the new race track to be jilt by Mr. Steve Calder Jobs, let's initiate It now in our CEP, OIC or other man- ;
Centers are :::: on northwest 27th avenue'at the Broward county line, it power training program. Whatever needs'to be done,let's ti
Black self-help programs f seems like a lost cause on our part. get on with it so that the picture of future facing plants ::
aimed at upgrading Job skills Now comes the big question. Just how many of these In this state will be different from the sorry one that now ::::
and improving economic sta- good paying positions is the black man going to get out of exists. :
bility in the Black community.Rev. i this enterprise? Granted, there will be all kinds of do- We must make a determined effort, as they say in racing : :

Sullivan,pastor of Zion mestic-type help offered to us when the track in opera- to improve our position, so that on opening day next :
Baptist Church in Philadelphia i| tion. You will be'allowed to be porters,waiters and wash May, the Black man will not be left in the starting gate. :;:.,:
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has won national acclaim for -. 'x--:: :: :::: ::: :*:::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::;:::-:::::::.::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::::::::::.:= :::: :::::*::::::::::::::':t:::' -::::::::'-:::::: :::::::: ::::::::''::::::RSiRVK: :: : ?:::::Sw: :::::'::::::::?:v?: l H

his accomplishments in the REV, LEON LSULLIVAN
field of Black self-help pro-
grams. Miami. Sam Moncur,named to I
The O.LC. "bootstrap" ap- the post by the Black Federa- School System Bubble Bursts :
proach to Improving Job skills, tion, spent several months at
started by Rev. Sullivan in the Philadelphia Center, -
1964, has won national recog- working with Rev.Sullivan and
nition. More than 7,000 going through indoctrination
persons
largely because of attendanceand Black schools, in some instances -
have benefitted from the with director-trainees from
HEW Charges Segregation zoning practices. are unequal to white
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Philadelphia center. L
0. C. other cities. He is now backIn facilities,
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graduates are contributing an Miami setting up the Center ,Their faculties assignedon
estimated $16 million to here. a racial basis and only a The bus system remains segregated
Preserved Not Eliminated and is a stumbling
Philadelphia's economy and Goal of the Miamifunddriveis few blacks are in administrative -
saving the community more $150,000, acommltment and supervisory posi- block for black students get-
than $2 million in relief made by the Coalition in re- The holier ,than thou Dade integration in the South.School tions. ting to largely white schools.
checks. sponse to the Black Federa- County school system got a board members were shakenby
0. L C. programs are now tion's request for help. Both rude awakening this week when the report of the regional
operating in a number of U.S. organizations were formed Federal civil rights officials officials from Atlanta. No
cities National Advisory after the Liberty City distur- charged that it was preserv- cutoff of federal aid was Im- Carroll Might Win
Board of leading U. S. busi- bances last summer.Coalition ing racial segregation ratherthan plied in the report.
nessmen assists in promotingthe President Is Captain John eliminating it and called Superintendent of Schools
planna tlonJ lly.George Halliburton of Eastern AirLines for drastic changes in the Edward Whigham began an Im-
Champion, chairman of the Chairman of the 0. L C. county's approach. mediate analizatlon of the report On ImmunityA
board of Chase Manhattan Steering Committee is United Unhappily, the officials of for further compliancewith
Bank, New York, is national Fund executive William A. the U.S. Department of Health U.S.desegregation guide- -
director of the Advisory Cooncl1. Wynn} Jr.Ftmd Education and Welfare (HEW) lines. He and other Dade decision won attorneys was granted immunity. Car-
drive plans are being gave the system until next officials will meet with officials for Miami Beach Councilman roll's attorneys have not as yet
Miami's 0. L C. effort Is made by the Chamber's Community 'year to take "All steps which of HEW before July Mal Englander in having Cri- done the same, but it is expected -
sponsored by the United Black Affairs Action Com- are administrativelyfeasible" 14 to discuss the charges. minal Court Judge Paul Baker that a similar motion
Federation, the Greater Miami mittee, headed by Charles L. to completely desegregate dismiss the same charges-- will be filed in his behalf.
Coalition and the Greater Mia- Clements, Jr., president of ., Chief criticisms by the from a different Incident-- '
mi Chamber of Commerce.The Chase Federal Savings and The Dade system had long HEW of the Dade schools are: dismissed on immunity Chadroff and Carroll are
Federation, headed by Loan Association, Miami been considered a model for They remain Segregated, grounds, could pave the way charged with soliciting bribe
Miami Times publisher,GarthC. Beach. for the eventual clearing of and conspiracy to solicit a
Reeves, has raised $5,000as Tickets for the July 24 luncheon Metro Commissioner Earl bribe stemming from a state-
the black community's con- are available the Carroll. ment by architect Edward
tribution to the center. The Chamber of Commerce of- Broadcast Skills Bank Attorney 'for lawyer Sy Grafton that the two solicited a
Coalition and the Greater Mia- fices, 330 Biscayne Boulevard., Chadroff have filed motion to $115,000 payoff in the award-
have charges against him dis- Ing of an urban renewal project
missed on the grounds that he .
Finds Jobs In Radio And

Liberty City Youth Want

TV For BlacksA Forman Gets $15,000Reparations
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The Shack' For Their ThingThere's ______ &_ ..n&.LL. _. :
program designed 10 help participate; a ia me aim u* :1
'more minority group mem- the bank to attract and develop :
a grass roots drive 000 to purchase the site as bers find employment in radio applicants for the broadcastIng Check
on in Liberty City initiated by, an arts center for things like and television was launched Industry and to assist
young kids in the communityto live theatre and musical and here Thursday, July 10, at a members of minority groups
purchase the ,old Liberty variety shows luncheon sponsored by the who are Interested in careersin NEW YORK Black militant members of the National Black
Theatre at NW' 15th Ave. and The empty building has suffered broadcast industry of South broadcasting to find such a James Forman received a Economic Development Con-
67th Street. "The Shack" as over the years from van- Florida. The luncheon at the career," said Brazzll. "reparations" check for ference, formed last May In
it is ,fondly called, is well- dalism and old age and quitea Dupont Plaza Hotel was at- Don McGannon, president of $15,000 Sunday from a churchin Detroit.
known to everyone who livesin bit of money would be needed tended by top broadcasting Westinghouse BroadcastIng Greenwich Village. He told Forman spoke at the Wash-
the area. to refurbish It. Maybe an executives, government of- Company and National the congregation that the gov- United Methodist
ington Square -
The old theatre building that entire new roof will be required ficials and civil leaders. Chairman of the Broadcast ernment was attempting a
whose
I has been closed for six years to put the building in The grogram, "The Broad- Skills Bank was the principal "frameup" against the lead- tion Church presented him congrega-with a
was once the only theatre entertainment shape. The city has recently cast Skills Bank," is nationalIn speaker at' the luncheon'. ers of the organization that
J for blacks north condemned the building as scope with heavy emphasis George Norford, vice president seeks.$500 million from religious $15,000 check.
! of NW 14th St. Most of the unsafe because of the faulty on local participation and is a and general executive of institutions. It was the first contribu-
: teenagers from the Liberty roof. cooperative venture initiatedby Westinghouse Broadcastting "I am convinced the Nixon tion the conference has re- ;
: Square Housing Project have Almost 500 youngsters broadcasters. Company and national coordinator Administration Is going to try ceived from a "predominantly -
found memories of the wild William R., Brazzll, vice of the Broadcast "
staged a press conference and to indict some of us on extortion white institution.
west shoot-em-ups mys- demonstration Mon day even- president and general mana- Skills Bank was also a special or conspiracy charges,"
tery thrillers they enjoyed "We are spending$100 million -
Ing in front of the building ger WTVJ and chairman of guest. Forman said.Forman .
there as kids.R carrying signs in support of the South Florida Broadcast The Skills Bank is a pro- a day In Vietnam," said
e t'l r ed school tea- the campaign. Skills Bank, presented the gram which combines the based the accusation one. "What this group asksis
cher Samuel Payne is help aims of the program and encouraged energies of a competitive Industry on the activity of a federal five days of that war. I
ing the young people mount Very little response has all members of the to achieve a common grand Jury In Detroit which think that war and racism
I their campaign to raise,$75, been shown for their effort. broadcasting community to goal. reportedly has sa b P eD a I d are one and the same.'
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MIAMI I TIMES, Friday( July 11, 1969 PERSONAL MENTION

Medalist Mitchell Sees Vote As VifaFactor/ New Eugenia York Evans City, daughter Clarke, ot
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Donald and Alice Evans
Jackson to a Negro American for dis- Speakingof tuents. We have before us a briefly with visited
Miss.--The attemptto United States Senator." tide in either paity. parents before
dilute the force of existing tinguished achievement, was In accepting the medal, Mr. the Issue in the South, he challenge to decrease the turning home, where 1
civil rights legislationmust made at the July 1 mass meet- Mitchell paid tribute to his said: "The power of the people number of Southern Demo- embark upon a fiveweeksiy!
be met with Intensified ing by Mrs. Bruce B. Benson. extraordinary family, to his to elect fair-minded state- crats who vote against civil course in Ghana, \vestAfr?
political action,Clarence Mit- president of the League of Women present and past associatesin men In the South is shown by rights, who vote for the big Other countries fowS
chell, director of the NAACP Voters of the United the NAACP, to the private the fact that. Although he was farmers and against the hun- Africa Mrs. Clark will
Washington Bureau, said in States, an organization which groups which support the mercilessly attacked by real gry poor, who vote to continue are Togo, Nigeria, visit(
accepting the 54th Spingarn as an affiliate of the Leader- cause of civil rights Repre- estate Interests because he slums and rats in our cities and Ivory Coast and Dahomey a
Medal at a mass meeting of ship Conference on Civil sentative and Senators onCap- voted for fair housing legisla- and who vote against programs stay over in Paris.Grandparents short
the NAACP six-day 60th anniversary Rights, has collaborated with itol Hill. tion in 1968, RepresentativeHale that will give Jobs and trainingfor are
convention which the NAACP in lobbying for He had hoped, Mr. Mitchell Boggs of Louisiana was our young people. We must ting with daughter, babysit.
closed here Saturday, July 5. civil rights legislation. said, "that we could avoid an re-elected with the overwhelming increase the number of those until Mommy returns.NZlngha,
Presentation of the coveted "Tonight," said Mrs. Ben- early fight with the new(Nixon) support of his who vote like RepresentativeBoggs. John H. Clarke, is Daddy,
gold medal, awarded annually son, "we pay tribute to a Administration. But the attackon colored constituents and his ." awaiting his wife's eagerly
............................ man, and through him, to a the 1965 Voting Rights Act fair-minded white consti- turn. safe reo
: GO TO CHURCH s process. The man is Cla- and the oft-repeated threats to
: : rence Mitchell and the process undermine the 1964 Civil -
SUNDAY"Any In which he Is an unchallenged Rights Act's assurance that
...........................e. expert, is the complex Federal money shall not be Henry Givens Succeeds Rev. GibsonAt
used to promote segregationleave
machinery ohelf-
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wh. tn th.' ,
r world ernment." no choice. We are challenged -
you want to go" to fight"for what we Coconut. Grove ,
TICKfTS CCtfT Mr. Mitchell was cited for have won and we accept that
NO MOPE' "..7NeIt'ftrJI 'his uncompromising rejec- challenge. We shall make our Twenty-nice year oldHenry ector of EOprs neighborhood Committee at the Working
tionof racism, white or black. fight In the committees of Givens of 3224 Elizabeth center in Coconut Grove. Level.
..for his abiding faith in the Congress. ,promise you tonight Street has been elected chair- The youngest chairman ever
democratic process as a we shall win that fight. man of the Coconut Grove to be elected to one of the nine EOPI area Advisory Boards
TMKL8U&4U means of achieving freedomand We do not intend to let help to
any EOPI Advisory Board to succeed area Advisory Board.He guide agency action at
"Your .Neighborhood Travel equality for all; and for political party rob our child the Reverend Canon is a graduate of Mays the local level. The Coconut
Agenti" the pivotal role he has playedIn ren and our grandchildren of Theodore Gibson.Mr. High School, and studied Business Grove Board has 25 members,
A* near to you at your enactment of civil rights their birthright. Givens, associated with Administration at Ft. At last week's meeting, Mrs
telephone. Give us a call. legislation, particularly the The new Spingarn medalist the Neighborhood Develop- Valley State College, Ga.,and Fredericka Brown was elect.
WE DELIVER. 7543517. Civil Rights Act of 1968 with called for all-out mobilization ment Program of MetropolitanDade Morningside College Iowa. ed vice-chairman, and Father
6105 NW 7th Avenue its Fair Housing titled-ach of the Negro's voting strengthin County, is Project Dir- Mr. Givens is a member of Gibson was electedsecondrepresentative -
Chas. C. "North,
Manager ievements which have won him alliance with that of white ector for Perrine and Goulds. Coconut Grove Cares, ,the to the Central
the honorable title,"The 101st voters to stem any reactionary Formerly he served as dir- South Dade Political Action Board.

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} James farmer To Address Black t United Fund Goal Set At $5 MillionThe

United Fund releasedits one another in four new ways. for a future"
; I Insurance Convention I goal for the 1969 campaign First to be where the actionis The Fund announced their
.. .. .HPrA and with it came the in white suburbia and the goal at a meeting of the top
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:s announcement of four new pro- black ghetto. not one or volunteers who have been recruited -
James Farmer assistant of the conference theme, "T?'e grams the Fund hopes to im- the other, but both by decentralizing to raise the$5 million.
secretary of the Department of Sale Is The Payoff" as we.i plement next year. The record services to where The campaign itself is sche-
Health, Education and Welfare as to consider age-old pro breaking $5,000,000goal the people are, not Just downtown duled to officially began September -
will address delegatesto blems of profits and Improves was announced by campaign Second to hear the cry 19.Bassett,
the 49th Annual Conventionof .. operations.The chairman Hood Bassett, for help 24 hours a day,seven complimented the
the National insurance As- ., : :'f' .. Chairman of the Board of days a week, through Emer- group for the Job they were
sociation to be held at Miami association Southeast Bank Corporation. gency Service Centers, not doing in recruiting other volunteers
Beach's Hilton PlazaHotelbe- recipientof Bassett also announced the Just during fivedayaweekoffice for the campaign and
a 2- grant from the
tween July 21 24, according Economic year Development four new programs the Fund hours. Third to pro- said that he felt confident that
to an announcement made by Administration of the Department hopes to Implement with most vide a massive assist to the $5 million goal was within
N IA President, Wardell C. / of Commerce will also- of the additional money they hard-line drug addicts,to help their reach but did state thatit
Croft, president of Wright Mutual are going for. He stated; prevent crime but also to assist would take the efforts,sup-
of
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, Insurance Co. of Detroit. ment staff. "Last year the 45 United Fund a fellow human. Fourthto port, and dedication of the en-
, Early predictions indicate Agencies helped 406,442 per- reach out for the childrenof I t Ire community to achieve
, : that more than 400 representatives Other program highlights sons. Besides continuingthese Migrants to provide'pro- their objective." The Fund
,"t-' of the 46 black-owned ... .......' i Include talks by Broward Williams services the Fund is tective day nursery and youth raised $4,690,000 in last.
and operated member life insurance Florida Insurance asking you to reach out to serlvces and also to give hope year's cam lng.

, companies, doing Commissioner, Jay Dermer,
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I i Ronald Hollowell, Robert Rogerts High School graduate, Toledo, Ohio,
:, '\" ((2nd from right) receives the NNPA Coca-Cola journalism scholarship grant

from Frank L. Stanley, scholarship foundation chairman. (Left to right) John

; Murphy III, retiring NNPA president and Kelvin Wall, Coca-Cola vice president
beam approval. Hollowell will enroll in the Franklin College (Indiana) b
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department journalism on a year scholarship. 1

Perry Anderson (left) and Homer Lanier (center) chat with Lt. Leroy
Smith (right) a veteran Miami police officer who has interested a number of

young men in i joining t t the department. Both Lanier and Anderson are now FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT

Miami policemen because of "Operation Badge," the recruitment program led MODERATE HATES-CALL

,: by Lt., Smith. Miami.Metro Dept. of Publicity and Tourism photo.


} First Recruits From "Operation Badge" BONDED !

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at a service station when who's heading up the recruit- Lanier and Anderson find that :..-
AGENCY .
a car accident changed his entire ment program. Shortly after, when they step into uniform, : '. : ...Ax'
future. the 23-year-old Lanier entered they are police officers. Nothing ,

Perry Anderson had a good the 13-week police aca- more, nothing less. .. .' .Jr
paying Job. But it was boring. demy. "When I first'' went on patrol ING. -;;"
Anderson, 24, works on' ," the rookie Lanier said,
lad' Today, they're City of MI- what's known as a "salt and "I was in the Bay Point area s -
ami police officers. pepper" team. One officer Is up'and down Biscayne Boulevard o+ ., THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND! ;
Some call them rookies. black, the other white. a real nice part town MANAGEMENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATING J
That silver shield has glittered Anderson says the Idea "And I couldn't help but IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIESA
on their starched, white works out well, each officer wonder lithe community would
shirts less than four mouths. able to help the other. accept me. But I found out it fleet! of cars ond collectors give door to door service for
But to their 670 fellow lawmen "I think the most Important was almost as if I lived In the tenants convenienceA
,.Lanier Anderson are quality for a good police officer neighborhood.,,
' two wen-trained,highly disciplined Is understanding people and "They treated me no differently community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent
young melt ifto decided understanding yourself," said Just as a police of- free," furnished and air conditioned foryour comfort and enjoyment.,

they wanted something better Anderson. ficer." A public r.lotlons'deportment to assist with problems.
you your
out of life "If you don't understand And so, two more men madea
f people, then you can't,work decision ton the Miami Tenants concern will stop vandalism and r.duc.thtcostolhousin9'
In however Lanier
a sense, "
with them.
police department because of
and Anderson are more than'lst Anderson finds police work "Operation Badge." And for RENTS ARE DUE IN ADVANCE
) two additions to the department -
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: challenging. Something different them, tomorrow will be differ.. '
the
; They're among every day. ent than WE SUGGEST THAT YOU PAY AT OFFICE IN PERSON OR BY MAIL
first to Join the police force yesterday. ,. ,, ?, ;.,,,,, ; > *." "i
spurred by the City of Miami's, ._- --..;...... .-;.- ---- -- I ,. .
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campaign to attract more ? Join Now!
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black police officers."I I 4150 NW 7th Avenue 759-8733 ..r. .
was working at a service I f \: *'"j"
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: station. There was'DO big future II'" Weight"Watchers. Announce the Opening of 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locka -. MU 8.06 17:,. : f.1; i .
and here I am. And now Another.New Location at the: I '20848'South Dixie Hwy., Cutler RidgeCE 5-3553: : ,

that IamhereIreallyiaeit. ," I NORTIISIDE SHOPPING 'CENTER ,6 05'NW 7th Terrace, Ft.. Lauderdale I JA 4-3357'"v' ".
said Lanier.
officer I AUDITORIUM, I 3801 Grand Avenue, Grove -. HI 5-1381) ,'" :::1',
But it was a white police ,
who sold Lanier on join- I N. W. 27th Ave. & 79th Street I 512 NW 1st Ave., Hollondale;' WA 7-243441v 1'': :*<: .

ing the department. t' Monday, July '7 at '7:30 p.m., and'every, Monday 339 HammOfldvi |II le Rd., Pompano WI2434t| ,: ; '.
If I was a passenger in a car 1 night thereafter. I r' "'a \:, > /": ,tI.: "' >
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that Involved loan accident I : t "
was
and there was this inves- II ,Fees:' $5.00 first week t HOH.;;, L. L. BROOKS, President' : r i

tigator. He was a white man. 'I. '$2.00 'weekly. GEORGE' f P. 'HARTH,.'General Manager r' :

"He said I seemed'like,a I For Further 'Information, ,' call; 221-7448 I CHARLES A. LOCKHART,, Public Relations Director,
nice young maD, that I waS Intelligent -
\and be told me about I (P.sentthis'ad, for fret gift when ,;'registering I
I "Operation Badge." I ..If'{f '| am to enjoy} a better life, others must live better too.'' L. L. Brooks. ,
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Commissioner Athalle Range took Metro's Little HUD, director
Haley Sofge to task this week for taking so long to,open
up the addition toJamesESctt"HousIngIIto1ectThese.96
units of low Income housing are sorely needed and the projectIs
running 'more than 180 days late.Everything from the labor. -
strike to vandalism been blamed for the delay. Whatever is -,
needed to get these apartments open, let's get on with it. We (

need this housing, like now.

The South Has Risen Again; 4it

.
On July 7, 1969, the Board of Public Instruction received a I --
report from the Department of Health,Education and Welfare, .
informing it that Dade's schools had preserved and perpetuated
segregation rather than eliminated it. > '
To many white Dade CounUans,we are sure this report came r Bayard ;
as a surprise. A surprise, because they have been led to be- To Be Equalby t
)ieve that Dade'' County had really made progress since the RustinSpeaksllii'
J954 Supreme Court decision.
The Dade school system, to whites, has been considered a Whitney M. Young Jr.
)jmodel for integration in the South. One question has to be I
raised at this point..if it is a model, why can't it comply by Executive Directorffatfoui Urban LeacH
September, 1969, as all schools were supposed to do prior to {
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trom Thurmond becoming a Republican? W e submit that the Police PowerOne
reason it cannot is because in measuring progress,that would
be used to operate under the disguise of a "model", they compared major problem this country must face up to before it Extend The 1965 Voting
what they had done with what others had or had not done. is too late is the growing militancy of its police.A .
Black Dade Countians were not surprises. For the past six study group of the National Commission on the Causes Act!
years groups like the South Dade Political Action League the and Prevention of Violence recently warned that "the present Rights
Urgan League of Greater Miami, the Liberty City Community police militancy seems to have exceeded reasonable bounds."
Council, the United Black Federation, and more recently, the The report went on to say that the police had become "aselfconscious President Nixon's'proposal to revise the 1965 Voting Rights
League of District Councils, had vociferously propounded the independent political power" which some- Law is a thinly-veiled attempt to pay off Strom Thurmond and
inequities of the zoining and attendance practices,toe person- times "rivals even duly elected officials in influence." other Southerners for their assistance during the lastelection
nel practices which seem to prohibit the assignment of blacksin and other minorities are
Police excesses against Negroes campaign. In presenting these revisions to a House Judiciary
administrative and supervisory positions, and a bus system the outcry against them may have
well known, indeed, public subcommittee, Attorney General John N. Mitchell couched
that busses black kids by white schools to black schools, and lessened their frequency. But any minority can become a tar- them in deceptively progressive rhetoric But the reality is
vice versa.Our own Bill McBride his column "From WhereI get, and now long-haired hippies and student activities are that the Nixon proposal represents a threat to the Negro's right
Sit," has continued to point out the inequality between Northwestern feeling the'brunt of intolerance.At to vote.
, Dorsey, North Dade and similar white schools. Berkeley, a peaceful demonstration was broken up by a
As we read this report,we knew for the first time what Kenneth helicopter that sprayed the area with tear gas while exits were Three aspects of the Nixon proposal have particularly
Clark meant when he said that the Kerner Commission blocked. At other campuses, college administrators are fear- nous implications. First, it would make nationwide the ban on
Report reads like Alice in Wonder land, ,.. lithe same moving ful of calling in the police because of past instances of over- literacy tests which presently applies to seven Southern states.
picture reshown over and over again ." reaction on the part of officers that led to brutal treatment of The purpose here is not simply to remove the regional stigma
The most disturbing aspect of the Health,Education and Welfare students and faculty alike. of the 1965 Act, but also to dilute Federal enforcement of the
report, is that there was no mention of a cutback of fed Part of the problem,the Commission's report indicates Act in the South. Second, the proposal would undermine the
eral aid. One would think that such a critical report would automatically that tar too many policemen get hung up on their own "law and procedures that have been set up to protect Negro voting rightsin
dictate the discontinuation federal funds.Instead order" rhetoric. the South. Under the present Act,Southern states must first
of having to comply by September of 1969,they were given an Law and order are necessary, but when"Justice" isn't part clear any changes they want to make in their election laws with
extension to September 1970.It of the formula, police state repression sets in. Demonstrations the U. S. Attorney General or a Federal Court in the Districtof
is our opinion that any school system that has had 15 yearsto against injustices and public acts to symbolize the Columbia to insure that the changes are not discriminatory
comply and has not done it, certainly is not committed nor wrongs in our society are guaranteed to a free people by the against blacks. Under the Nixon plan,such clearing procedureswould
canable of doing it in one year. Constitutional mandate lor tree speecn. be scrapped, and it would be the obligation of the Justice
Based on the-present activities of a broad coalition of black It's not the Job of the police to stifle dissent and uphold the Department to track down any discriminatory voting law
and white'Dade Countians,representingprivate,public,political status quo. Policemen, like other civil servants,are supposed changes and initiate suits agains them. The capacity of South-
civil and professional institutions,September, 1969 is still to be neutral on public issues and nonpolitical.But ern legislatures for devising intricate election laws with well-
their date of compliance. In the past several months, the coa- the evidence Indicates that policemen are getting more concealed prejudicial'regulations(such as requiring presently
.. litlon has held educational forums in schools throughout the involved in political activity -. and right.wing activity at that. elected officials to be appointed) would make the task of the
t country. Some of the data collected was shared with the in- In recent weeks some obviously limited candidates have been Justice Department formidable if not hopeless.

j vestigatory staff of H.E.W. when they came review the Dade elected mayor of their cities thanks to organized police elec The third danger, potentially the most severe, is that Con-
system.We tioneering. They ran on the slippery law and order theme, with gressional bickering over these revisions might create a logjam -
feel that the Board of Public Instruction and the administration some subtle racism thrown in for good measure.And who can that would Jeopardize the passage of any legislation at all.
has demonstrated an unwillingness to move with all forget ,the visible support given George Wallace last year by The present Act expires on August 6,1970but if it is not renewed
speed towards integration in the past 14 We feel that
years. some policemen.Any by the Fall of this we shall most likely lose the
year,
the change in dates of compliance is not related to the complexity
armed group like the army or the police contains a Voting Rights Act.
of the Job,but to the wishes and desires of certain white threat to liberties if it Is allowed to become involved in civi-
racists, and we feel that an extension without a threat to cutoff lian politics. If the cities aren't to be threatened with political The significance of the Voting Rights Act to the black struggle
funds is nothing more than a loan with a refinance clause "c ups" the police will have to return to their traditional has been such that failure to extend the Act would repre-
written in. sent major tragedy: M1965,at the time the Act was passed,
is non-political role. there ........... "" ..., _I._I:.._ _..._..'_I ,_ ,_ .._"_u.t. "'''''''v there
,It the opinion of the Miami Times that September, 1969, ; wcio; it uiacKeiecivuuiuciaisuiuieouuui.: : : !----/,
should be, the date of compliance, and if the system is not in They certainly have legitimate grievances.The report said: are 461. 800,000 Negroes have been registered under the Act.
compliance, the federal aid should be withheld from Dade "We find that the policeman in America is"overworked, un- In Mississippi alone registration has increased nearly ten
County. dertrained, underpaid, and undereducated. A major effort fold from 28,500 to 260,000.Between 1964 and 1968, voter participation
should be made to upgrade policemen and make their pro- of eligible Negroes increased from 44%to 5%. Men
Housing; Project ,Coming ? fession more attractive for younger people. like Charles Evers of Fayette, Mississippi and Howard Lee of
Certainly, better educated police forces would not be so Chapel Hill, North Carolina have been successful In their cam-
to learn this week that a
The Miami Times was happy group
in the this week lookingover prone to see "outside agitators" behind every,campus demonstration paigns for mayor precisely because of the new Negro voting
called Volunteers of America was city
or civil rights picket line. The Commission's report strength in their respective cities.
sites for comprebensive low cost bousing
a proposed project.
said one cause of growing militancy was the constant propaganda -
they receive, including, some from the federal govern But, of course, these gains represent only a beginning, the
4 Housing is the most vitally needed thing in the city today. ment,,that encourages them to see International conspiracy first step on the road to political equality. Such equality can-
And the way the Urban Renewal program is dragging along, behind demands for social reforms. not be achieved without the power to vote which is the citizen's
is solution to the lathe near future. Most of
t there no problem derive.
A society that tolerates excessive police force allows itspolicemen most fundamental right and from which all other rights
j the frustrations of black people today stem from the lack of Justice
y to become This point was emphasized recently by former Chief
a reactionary political power bloc, and,
j adequate decent living quarters. Earl Warren when he said that the most Important rulings during -
as in some recent instances, freely acquits policemen of
Volunteers of America did not make public where the loca-
crimes and excessive brutality, is a society doomed to lose his 16 years on the Supreme Court were those that provided
4 tion of the project will be,but they did say it will be where the its freedoms. for one man-one vote reapportionment
(facility is most needed.
The same group recently,opened a complex in Gainesville The police need the resources 'to do their legitimate Job .. The right to vote is also the Negro's most potent weapon
called Kennedy Homes which is occupied primarily by low-In combatting crime -- effectively They need higher salary during the present political period. For upon the right to vote
come black families. They combine their housing with coun- scales and better training. They need to be fully represen- depends on the future of political realllgnment in this country
''sellng and day care programs designed to upgrade occupants'lives. tative of the communities they serve,and that beans enrolling! Without this basic right there can be no coalition of progressive -
Recreational activities and adult education are also pro- a proportionate number of Negroes and other minorities.And groups which have as their prime objectives the trans-
vided. All activities are governned by a tenant council. they need better cooperation from the community. in identifying formation of our social institutions and achievement of
This is by far the best Idea housing to come to this area.Let's and stopping lawbreakers. political and economic equality. Without the right to vote, in
Just hope Volunteers of America will not get bogged down But one thing they don't need and must not be allowed to other words, the black struggle e cannot become a political
lathe multitude of obstacles' that manage to keep decent hous- have, Is political power and influence that is reserved to civi- force that is capable of Joining hands with other forces in com-
ing out of the reach of black people. lians In a democracy, ,mon cause for social,Justice.,



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 11, 1969 5


Black ProfilesOf



CourageRay


Crabtree, world renowned philosopher and impresariois

hailed the world over for his ability to tell it like it is in a

frank and "cool" manner in his Ray Crabtree monthly News # r

Letters which are read by thousands. In his June 1969 News

Letter his criticism of the United States sending men to the

moon while at the same time neglecting mankind on earth

brought praise from hundreds of his readers. "Is this man's

way of trying to force Mother Nature to transfer the Power?, s

he wrote. Other topics discussed and presented philosophical

in his publication include Death of the Great Society",, L

"Fools and their Talent", "Green power Versus Black' A

Power", "Tyrants and Assassination", "The U. S. Frankin- r \ fa

stein Monster," and "Black Anti-Semitism."

Persons in all walks of life acknowledge ability to think.

When Baroness Martha Von Blomberg asked Crabtree to serve :7

as advisor with world fellowship of religions, she stated that
th.. ld "..1A ....."fit..."....his _____... 1
uio war vuiuufi u uiu !

thinking.and_his belief in his J D
goal -- that all mankind must Rey '
I
face reality, learn to control .
their emotions and be able to i THE 4'' f
NIXON MAINTAINED THAT ,
test their ability in such awayso

as to create peace of mind, j
stability and freedom.Recently i &V PEOPLE IN OUR CITIES ARE NOT

he was asked to be an advisory j c ANTI-NEGRO ANTIWELFARE,

member of Liberty t. ANT/POOR/ OR REACTIONARY

Lobby, a Right-Wing organi- HATERS. RATHER NIXON SAIl \
zation in ,
Washington, D.C. /
which proposes Reparation of THEIR LOUD AND CLEAR"CALLIS

blacks back to Africa. Beingan FrJR DOMESTIC PEACE. r.f=

Arian of the first decan 'THAT'S THE HESS AGE FOR mE' '

(March 21 to 'March 30)), one CANDIDATES IN THE FUTURE/ .
who a keen senseiniumve
possesses_ q r (
> >u''' HE DECLARED.
power ana human nature 11I11.' v_ ,

he realizes that many Invitations which come to him are r '4

'phony' and don't amount to much. To join such groups would

not only be a waste of time, but one usually ends up being ex-
ploited, be-littled and degraded. "The Message Of The Future"? Mr. President

Ray Crabtree choosestobesomewhataloneashe feels to do I

so one must have courage and the ability to exercise freedomof

choice. He lets it be known that this is so whether in America -

Africa, Europe or any other place in the world. This free- Florida Voters League
dom of choice does not Include the "Freedom of Vulgarize"life RANDOM THOUGHTSby I

by stepping out into the public streets in the nude as is Opposes Nixon Move

now being done in the United States. "Sex", says Crabtree, GLORIA MILLER :
has its in life and knows its function with such
place everyone The executive board of the 2) A resolution was sent to

bizzare acts. Florida Voters League, Inc., Senator Fred Harris of Oklahoma -
As an impresario, Ray Crabtree has influenced some of the Potential Dropouts Who Didn'tEvery voted Saturday in Orlando, to concerning the reorgan-
great stars of 'yester-year' to return to the 'lime-light' by
school In Dade act 'manly' and soon learn that strongly oppose the recent ization of National Democratic -
of his New York Town Hall and/or Carnegie Hall Concerts -
way executive order to relax the
County has a principal, a staff he only suffers or prospers Party. Indication is that ,
Only recently this was proved when he presented of teachers and a curriculumfor through the consequence of his existing guidelines in regardsto Negroes will not be include and i
Hazel Scott in the Spring of 1967 and Maxine Sullivn in the compliance with school desegregation -
students to learn by. They own behavior. recognized during this reorganization
Fall of the same year both at Town Hall. Both artists were in the southern
are similar in design and purpose The courses a t MacAr- .
deluged with lucrative offers following their success at Town
and states. 3) Finally the executive
Douglas MacArthur thur are flexible English
Hall. Once as an added feature he entertained the artists and
President Eugene Poole of
Junior-Senior High School fits History are combined in a board agreed to support the
the concert audience with a feast in the ballroom of one of the
the pattern of schools in thatit course' called Communications. Ocala sent telegrams to Pre- idea and effort to get national
New York Hotels. During a period often years he has presented has a principal, staff of Math is taught too, sident Nixon, the Justice Department Democratic Convention of .
forty concerts at Town Hall and Carnegie Hall often givingnew
and the Departmentof 1972 in Miami
teachers and a curriculum for but math related to shop skillsis Florida.
talent the opportunity to be part of his Crabtree showcase Health, Education and Welfare
students. There the simi- stressed and science deals

larity ends. There the unique with a g r i cu Iture. J Saleable attacking the decision.
It can be easily seen that Ray Crabtree takes his place in Other action taken at the
skills h se boys.
and challenging world of Doug are taught
today's Negro History Journal as a,black philosopher and impresario executive board meeting: -
las MacArthur begins for the Skills that can, immediatelyupon
who does two 'tells it like it is and
things presentsit 1)) A committee was appointed
,ethem 4ilL4tffl
student who when he enrollsat graduation, }tu.
,
like it is' to his reading public and to his concert audience by the president to visit
MacArthur, has had the with the means of supporting
and enable them to Gov. Claude Kirk at the very
mark of failure stamped on themselves fmwwnmw2roan
him by other teachers and become productive membersof earliest date to discuss sev- .
I I I eral issues and problems con- minima:
all
H.IL..OSSOFER. other schools.Here the principal our' community. In i .1 "
in state.
cerning Negroes
Edward N. Blews, and cases, the purpose and objective
With the first landin on tne exploitation 01 whatsoever re-
his teachers, extend a firm, of the classes are to
moon to be made shortly,there sources the moon might haveto welcoming hand to boys,who place a student in a situation 1.
has been some discussion as to offer, it seems to me that he become
by anybody's standards, could where can acq-
whether the American flag or all mankind should benefit never finish school and are, uainted with the tools andpro-

the United Nations flag shouldbe from them. In my estimationthis intact, potential dropouts.The cesses of industry and related LIFE INSURANCEDoesn't
Those who should also be true of
planted there. our
final issue of the "Man- trades.
argue for the UN flag maintainthat earthly resources, for God Arthur News" was dedicatedto
those responsible for the meant all to enjoy the bountiesHe graduating seniors who By the time the student Cost It Pays

development of the equipmentand has placed on earth. Pm wrote about MacArthur. And reaches his senior year, he
of the know-how of space sure He did not mean for some is ready to face the worldof
projects are men of many nationalities to have an overabundance of here is some of what they work. He has not been Last year life insurance benefit payments in
wrote."If it wasn't for our
and thus all nations the good things of life while school, I wouldn't have madeIt cuddled. He has been America amounted to more than $12,000,000000.00. ,-
should recognition. others are deprived of the bare Instructed. Behavior
get problems
.
to the. 12th grade. ... rm
I go along with this argument necessities. God has left it up'to graduating on June 12th and I suspended students,
and would like to add the to share with failures alluntil MacArthur.The .
prosperous
have plans for the future"... Less than half, $5,200,000,000.99 were for
another: the belief that the nations his less fortunate brother. efforts of Mr. Blews, the
"I was failing in my other
of the world must no This is His test for man, Florida Rehabilitation Agencyand death payments. $6,800,000,000.00 was
school and when I heard about
longer Indulge in colonialism. forcing him to prove his love this different kind of school teachers are to be com- paid to "Living Policyholders" in the form
America whose democratic and devotion to his Maker mended. In conclusion hereis
of policy dividends surrender' values disability
I jumped at the chance. ... -
principles oppose colonialism through compassion for his a comment from a graduating -
"MacArthur the last
should not indulge in such fellowmen.So was senior. His name isn't payments, mature endowments, and an-
chance for mel! I can truly
activity. even on another say that I never would have important but, what he has nuity payments.
planet far, we've done a mighty graduated from high school to say Is. "I came to Mac-
Although the United Nations poor Job of this on earth,but Arthur in 67-68 knowing that,
if this school hadn't given me
organization at present is not now that we are making start the chance I needed." for me, it was a last chanceto LIFE INSURANCE DOESN'T COST IT PAYS

what we might like it to be, it towards possible planetary At this diffeTent kind finish school. I was in the

is the forerunner of the truly settlement of earth peoples, of school, basic academics 10th grade at the time and, I BUILD UP A SAVINGS r
united nations we must let's get started r fight.Perhaps can tell you, I was pretty lost
presented are those required LIFE INSURANCEINSURANCE
establish In order to have the experience will help when I got here. I was ready THROUGH
state a
by regulations so
world peace. I have no doubt us to become united on earth.If .to drop out of school. But
standard
student can earn a
that this will be accomplished. it does, eventually our own school diploma. But he some of the people here at
how be world will become Just like a high took Interest in
No matter we may is given much more. He is D.M.A. an me CENTRAL LIfE
affected on earth by the future newly discovered planet allowed to make mistakes and really tried to help me
exploration and possible "out of this world." work things out. And, now,
without the fear of failure; he
must behave according to two years later, I am goingto COMPANY }

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BY CLARICE LITTLES
Miami Times Society Editor


A card from Eunice Liberty tells of some Miamians seen
at the NEA Convention in Philadelphia. They were Edna De-
Veaux, Sullivan Culver Janet Wood.Thomasena Lindsey Ma-
rion Shannon and Josie Roberts. .
.
Anthony Williams, son of Bertha Williams and the late Ed- _11011II. "' -
die (Sonny) Williams said goodbye to Miami Thursday as he Mr. and Mrs. Willie Leonard celebrated their
leaves for a Job in the personnel dept.of Bethelem Steel Cor- 25th Wedding Anniversary at their home, 14711
portion, Bethelem, Pa. Pinkston Drive, Richmond Heights with family and
Henry McDuffie's sister, Addle Bell John, diedatJess Me- friends, among them were their seven children : two
morial Hospital Titusville, July 2. daughters: Mrs. Joyce Mitchell and Mrs. Cassandra
After vacationing in Jamaica, Lloyd and A lice Young stoppedover ..
_.. ,
in Miami to say hello to Henry and Inez McDuffie before Driver; five sons: Sherman, Edward, Gilbert, Donald, "n : }
Jetting to their home in Chicago. and Terrance. Hiilinnnti;; Niut Hurra photo t>, Hnirord Clou I
It's been a long time since James Bethel Manhattan, visited
Lithe Lissome and Lovely, 28-year-old Miss
Miami. Twenty years to be exact. Mother Edith is all smilesto "
have her son at home. Wedding Announcement Joan Bowe has' been selected as "Miss Bahamas"for

The Earl Mizells (Ruby) motored to Daytona Beach to cele- 1969. A nursing sister at Nassau's Princess

brate the Fourth with the George (Joyce) Engrams. Mr. and Mrs Fernley R. ration on Saturday July 12th, Margaret Hospital, she is the daughter of Mr. end
Winifred Deleveaux and Roosevelt Dates were married last Taylor wish to announce the at 15260 NW 19th Avenue,Opa- Mrs. James Maxwell Bowe of Rokers Point, Exuma
week. Congratulations! marriage of their daughter locka, the Rev. Elisha Clarke of the 700 beautiful islands of the Bahamas.
-one
Floyd and Gladys Adderlyand four children, Michael Beryll,
Eadron LaVerne to Mr. Edmund Jr., officiating.
Brenda and Gina Washington, D. C. are visiting his parents Mi-Cullough son of Mr. Wedding reception is imtno- Posing here on a beach near her home, she vaca-
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Adderly.It Robert Cullough and grand diately following the ceremonyat tions for a few days before her one-year reign dur
was a red, white and blue celebration when Marie and son of Mrs. Mimle: M,:- the home of the bride's parents ing which she will represent the vacation islandsat
Nathaniel LaFleur entertained her father, Mr. Wilfred Wiltshire Oil.ough of Miami. The cere- 2501 NW 162nd Street functions in many countries. She's five-feet-
British Honduras with a birthday. Mr. Wiltshire's mony will be held at 5 p.m. at Opa-locka. No formal invita- five, weighs 114 pounds, and her vital statisticsare
birthday was July 4th. the Church of the Transflgu- tions are being sent. Friendsare
It came as a surprise. Frederick L. Johnson is retir- hereby Invited to attend 362335.
ing from Dade County's Public School system after 25 years. QUEEN'S TEA the wedding and the reception.
Fred, an accountant and realtor will be available to serve the
community In these areas. The Athalie Range Chapter
Happiness is a darling baby girl, Pamela Lynette, born to No.145,O.E.S.invites the pub-
Freddy and Barbara Cross, July 3, at Northshore Hospital. lic to a Queen's Tea Sunday,
Proud grandparents (maternal) are Mr. and Mrs. Robert July 13th, from 4 to 6 p.m. at
Squire. the horn of Sister Geneva Cox,
The executive director of the Economic Opportunity Pro- 2050 NW 96th Street.Refresh-
gram, Inc. (EOPI) has been directed to propose a minimal ments and fashions.
program for staffing a Job development program for youth in INTERNATIONALHEALTH
Coconut Grove.
Blanche Dean and grandchildren Tract Harrison and Kar Ion STUDIO O
Jackson are vacationing in New York. Complete Exercise
Get well wishes toAlemaus Wright, Opa-locka General; Equipm.nfSupervised
Mary Fenders Jackson, Sue Harris and Percy Styles,Cedars byt
of Lebanon. leak Peltier
"Mr. Miami"
Mrs. Mittie Bell Romero Is leaving for Washington D. C. WEIDER
next week as a representative for the senior centers of Dade Natural Organic Food
county. SupplementsSold inside

and Melanie, joined her brother Telephone 759.9423 c
Louvenia Knox daughter 746 NW 62nd Street
and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs.Johnny Edwards Ft.Lauder-
dale, then motoring to Quincy to attend the funeral of their

brother George Edwards. SUPER SUMMER SALEo

Annette McNeal Dorsey Junior High schoolmarm is vaca-
i
tioning in Jamaica New York.
Enroute to their home in Glen Cove Long Island, Lynda and
Russ Jollivette will spend a few days in Miami with the family.
Shocked, bewildered and dis-belief are the terms to des-
cribe Ray Coleman as he entered his home at 12:01 a.m. July :
4th, to find 47 friends to wish him happy birthday at a sur- & L\W I. I -
prise party given by his spouse, Cora Ann. Natural j e
Clarice and Michael Butler daughter and son of Rev. and AFROSand p .. ILL 7\
II I.
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I Unwed Mothers Win Chance t ,



To Complete Education ,"j"'(" S 1r

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GRENADA, Mississippi two years ago. Miss Perry be excluded from school for
"The fact that a girl has one was in the eleventh grade and the sole reason that they are
child out of wed-lock does not Miss Wilson was completing unwed mothers.
forever brand her as a scar eighth grade. They had, until Testifying.on behalf of the
let woman undeserving of any LDF won last week's ruling, girls, their former teachers
chance for rehabilitation or been denied readmission to described them as good stv
the opportunity for future education schools in Grenada, Miss. dents, and said they had re-
." where they both live. gained the respect of their
That was part of a federal School board officials contending community.The .
court ruling won last week that their presence court noted that unwed
by the NAACP Legal Defenseand would be a bad influence on mothers who are allowed to
Educational Fund, Inc. other students. continue their education are '
LDF attorneys argued that less likely to have a second
Because of the ruling, two the girls rights under the illegitimate child and said "it
Negro girls in Mississippi.. Equal protection Clause of the seems patently unreasonablethat
Clydte Marie Perry, 19 and Fourteenth Amendment of the the girls should not have k q' r '
Emma Jean Wilson, 16have Constitution were violated by the opportunity to be readmitted '
the opportunity to return to the school board. on the basis of their changed '
school next September.The The federal court agreed, moral and physical condition ; I
girls became Honors Banquet Pioneers Away
pregnant holding that the girls may not .

Adhering to the belief that er T. Washington Schools. cooperation of the communityat
all men are created equal and The Honor's Banquet seeksto large, students are being
Pflro-Profess/ono/s/ Seek that there is some Inherant equalize the praise given made to feel successful; they
I good in every creature, the out to students for a Job well- are being encouraged to stayin
Honors Banquet was established done at the end of the school school and set their sightson
To Better Future, On June 6 at 7:00 year. This is accomplishedby the sky.
p.m. the 2nd Annual Commu- awarding prizes and giftsto Mr. Fleetwood Priceis
A special meeting of paraprofessionals -You- should- ask- your employers open to all persons in human nity School Honors Banquetwas the average students, Bas- shown presenting Earlene
t has been called the following ques- services fields. Organize with held at Whitten Union-- ketball players, the academically Ritchie with the Tutor of the
for Saturday, July 12 at 3:00 tions: (1) What are you goingto us to plan, develop, and acti- University of Miami. The striving students, the Year Award as the outstanding
,, ,f., at 1060 NW 62nd St., Apt. 32 do about our Job security? vate solutions and have a say speaker for the occasion was students who come along for student of Booker T.WashIngton -
;< to discuss methods of bet ((2)) What about additional in your future. Let us beginto Orencio Hernandez, Senior the ride as well as some dis- Community School.
.'" tering conditions in that field. training so we can be pro-, control our own destinies.For President of the Student Council ruptive troublemakers. Looking on from left to right:
"" The Dade County New Careerist moted? (3) What about oppor- further information, of Miami CentralHigh A Community school can Henry W. Daniels,Community
:.. Association is opened tunities for accredited college please contact: Mrs. ImageneB. School. best serve the people by proving School Director; Allen
,' to all para-professionals,that training and ttae off for education Williams, 1060 NW 62 St., Metropolitan Dade County that all people regardlessof Sworkis, Banquet Chairman;
'r Is anyone who is employed in (4) Do you have #32, 759-9425, or Mrs. FloraA. Mayor Chuck Hall helped set race, creed,color, national Earlene, Fleetwood, and Mrs.
fields traditionally professional yours; what about helping me Bowens, 2138 NW 63 St., in the evening encouraging origin, or mentality can be Ivette Morgan, Arrangements
'II in orientation, but I II to get mine? Membership is 696-0362.: honorees to always honor the successful. One need only to Chairman.
I who does not have the traditional flag of their country.The try and the helping hand of a Mr. Fleetwood Price is a
accredited education honoress, some 200 or friendly director will reach representative of the Coca
\ 1 and and experience of that field AUTO INSURANCELow more students, representedthe out to insure success. Cola Bottling Company who I
, of human services. Community School pro- Through the Honor's Banquet, presented one outstanding trophy ..
:/ Broadly defined it is the Premium Rates, grams at Primary "C", Ada it's goals and objectives along to a student of each participating M
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6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 11, 1969 "


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BY CLARICE LITTLES / I.

Miami Times Society Editor m .. .

A card from Eunice Liberty tells of some Miamians seen
at the NEA Convention in Philadelphia. They were Edna De- p.:
Veaux, Sullivan Culver, Janet Wood,Thomasena Lindsey, Marion
Shannon and Josie Roberts.
Anthony Williams, son of Bertha Williams and the late Eddie -,.. <" ----
(Sonny) Williams said goodbye to Miami Thursday as he Mr. and Mrs. Willie Leonard celebrated their
leaves for a Job in the personnel dept.of Bethelem Steel Cor- 25th Wedding Anniversary at their home, 14711
portion, Bethelem, pa. Pinkston Drive, Richmond Heights with family and
Henry McDuffie's sister, Addie Bell John, diedatJess Memorial friends, among them were their seven children : two
Hospital, Titusville, July 2. daughters: Mrs. Joyce Mitchell and Mrs. Cassandra
After vacationing in Jamaica, Lloyd and lice Young stoppedover ..., ,
,
Driver five Sherman Edward Gilbert Donald / -
in Miami to say hello to Henry and Inez McDuffie before ; sons: 1/1< y
Jetting to their home in Chicago. and Terrance. HiiliamiiK NIII Rurfatl photo by Hagar I
It's been a long time since James Bethel Manhattan, visited and
Lithe Lissome Lovely, 28-year-old Miss
Miami. Twenty years to be exact. Mother Edith is all smilesto ,
have her son at home. Wedding Announcement Joan Bowe has been' selected as "Miss Bahamas"for

The Earl Mizells (Ruby) motored to Daytona Beach to celebrate 1969. A nursing sister at Nassau's Princess I

the Fourth with the George(Joyce) Engrams. Mr. and Mis. Fernley R. ration on Saturday, July 12th, Margaret Hospital, she Is the daughter of Mr. end
Winifred Deleveaux and Roosevelt Dates were married last Taylor wish to announce the at 15260 NW 19thAvenue,O n-, Mrs. James Maxwell Bowe of Rokers Point, Exumaone
week. Congratulations! marriage of their daughter, locks, the Rev. Elisha Clarke, .. of the 700 beautiful islands of the Bahamas.
Floyd and Gladys Adderly and four children, Michael,Beryll, Edmund jr. officiating.
Eadron LaVerne to Mr. ,
her home she
Brenda and Gina his Posing here on a beach near vacations
Washington, D. C. are visiting parents, Cullough, son of Mr. Wedding reception is immediately -
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Adderly. Robert Cullough: and grandson following the ceremonyat for a few days before hef one-year reign during -
It was a red, white and blue celebration when Marie and of Mrs. Mimle: M- -. the home of the bride's parents which she will represent the vacation islandsat
Nathaniel LaFleur entertained her father, Mr. Wilfred Wilt- ;)"ough of Miami. The ceremony 2501 NW 162nd Street, functions in many countries. She's five-feet-
shire, British Honduras, with a birthday. Mr. Wiltshire's will be held at 5 p.m. at Opa-locka. No formal invitations five, weighs 114 pounds, and her vital statisticsare
birthday was July 4th. the Church of the Transfigu- are being seat. Friendsare
It came as a surprise. Frederick L. Johnson is retiring hereby invited to attend 362335.
from Dade County's Public School system after 25 years. QUEEN'S TEA the wedding and the reception. .
Fred, an accountant and realtor, will be available to serve the
community In these areas. The Athalie Range ChapterNo.
Happiness Is a darling baby girl, Pamela Lynette, born to .145,0.E.S.invites the pub-
Freddy and Barbara Cross, July 3, at Northshore Hospital. lic to a Queen's Tea on Sunday,
Proud grandparents (maternal) are Mr. and Mrs. Robert July 13th, from 4 to 6 p.m. at 1
Squire. the horn of Sister Geneva Cox, e1'11111111u111
The executive director of the Economic Opportunity Pro- 2050 NW 96th Street.Refresh-
gram, Inc. (EOPQ has been directed to propose a minimal ments and fashions. \ 'iiI
program for staffing a Job development program for youth in
INTERNATIONALHEALTH
Coconut Grove. %;
Blanche Dean and grandchildren,TraciHarrisonandKarlon STUDIO
Jackson are vacationing in New York. Complete Exorcise Q
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Get well wishes to Alemaus Wright, Opa-locka General; Equipment
Mary Fenders, Jackson, Sue Harris and Percy Styles,Cedarsof Supervised byt
Lebanon. Zeak Poltler :
"Mr. Miami" 1 :

Mrs. Mittie Bell Romero is leaving for Washington, D. C. WEIDERNatural ; i \
next week as a representative for the senior centers of Dade Organic Food
county. SupplementsSold Inside

Louvenia Knox and daughter, Melanie, Joined her brotherand Telephone 746 NW 62nd 759.9423 Street
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.Johnny Edwards,Ft.Lauder-
dale, then motoring to Quincy to attend the funeral of their

brother, George Edwards. SUPER SUMMER SALE

Annette McNeal, Dorsey Junior High schoolmarm is vacationing
in Jamaica, New York.
Enroute to their home in Glen Cove,Long Island, Lynda and
Russ Jollivette will spendafewdays in Miami with the family. o
Shocked, bewildered and dls-belief are the terms to describe
Ray Coleman as he entered his home at 12:01 a.m. July
4th, to find 47 friends to wish him happy birthday at a surprise
party given by his spouse, Cora Ann. Natural ,
Clarice" and Michael Butler, daughter and son of Rev. and AFROSand 3Y A
Mrs. William H. Butler, Jetted to Washington, D. C. to spend pre-cut summer l'S:
six weeks with their sister and brother-in-law, Mr.-and Mrs. MINI WIGS __ S\
Eddie (Sonja) Harvey Jr. $24.88Includ.

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To Complete Education fi '


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GRENADA, Mississippi two years ago. Miss Perrywas be excluded from school for
"The fact that a girl has one In the eleventh grade and the sole reason that they are
child out of wed-lock does not Miss Wilson was completing unwed mothers.
forever brand her as a scar- eighth grade. They had, until Testifying on behalf of the
let woman undeserving of any LDF won last week's ruling, girls, their former teachers
chance for rehabilitation or been denied readmission to described them as good stu-
the opportunity" for future education schools in Grenada, Miss. dents, and said they had regained -
where they both live. the respect of their
That was part of a federal School board officials con- community.
court ruling won last week tending that their presence The court noted that unwed
by the NAACP Legal Defenseand would be a bad influence on mothers who are allowed to 4.
Educational Fund, Inc. other students. continue their education are I P Z S P
LDF attorneys argued that less likely to have a second
Because of the ruling, two the girls rights under the illegitimate child and said "it
Negro girls in Mississippi.. Equal Protection Clause of the seems patently unreasonablethat ,
Clydie Marie Perry, 19 and Fourteenth Amendment of the the girls should not have .., R
Emma Jean Wilson, 16--have Constitution were violated by the ti 11
opportunity to be readmitted -
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the opportunity to re turn to the school board. on the basis of their changed Li i>iiim 1IIiiiIiIII'.o < --
school next September.The The federal court agreed, moral and physical condition I
Pioneers Away
Honors Banquet
girls became pregnant holding that the girls may not ." ,

Adhering to the belief that er T. Washington Schools. cooperation of the communityat
all men are created equal and The Honor's Banquet seeksto large, students are being
Pora-Prpfessiono/s/ Seek that there is some Inherant equalize the praise given made to feel successful; they
I good in every creature, the out to students for a Job well are being encouraged to stay
Honors Banquet was esta- done at the end of the school in school and set their sightson
To Better futureA blished. On June 6 at 7:00 year. This Is accomplishedby the sky.
\ p.m. the 2nd Annual Commu- awarding prizes and giftsto Mr. Fleetwood Priceis
special meeting of para- You should ask your en open to all persons in human nity School Honors Banquetwas the average students, Bas- shown presenting arlene I
professionals has been called ployers the following ques- services fields. Organize with held at Whitten Union- ketball players, the academically Ritchie with the Tutor of the
for Saturday, July 12 at 3:00 tions: (1)) What are you goingto us to plan, develop, and acti- University of Miami. The striving students, the Year Award as the outstaud- ,I'
: at 1060 NW 62nd St., Apt. 32 do about our Job security? vate solutions and have a say speaker for the occasion was students who come along for ing student of Booker T.Wash..
to discuss methods of bet (2) What about additional In your future. Let us beginto Ore net 0 Hernandez, Senior the ride as well as some dis- ington Community School.
! : tering conditions in that field. training so we can be pro-, control our own destinies.For President of the Student Council ruptive troublemakers. Looking on from left to right:
' 'The Dade County New Careerist moted? (3) What about oppor- further information, of Miami CentralHigh A Community school can Henry W. Daniels,Community :
:/ Association is opened tunities for accredited college please contact: Mrs. ImageneB. School. best serve the people by proving School Director; Allen
I to all para-professionals,that training and time off for education Williams, 1060 NW 62 St., Metropolitan ,Dade County that all people regardlessof Sworkis, Banquet Chairman;
,''t' Is anyone who is employed In ? (4) Do you have #32, 759-9425, or Mrs. FloraA. Mayor Chuck Hall helped set race, creed,color, national Earlene, Fleetwood, and Mrs.
fields traditionally pro- yours; what about helping me Bowens, 2138 NW 63 St., in the evening encouraging the origin, or mentality can be Ivette Morgan, Arrangements'
I 1's fessional orientation, but to get mine? Membership is 696-0362. honorees to always honor the successful. One need only to Chairman. \
who does not have the tradi- flag of their country.The try and the helping hand of a Mr. Fleetwood Price is a ;
tional accredited education honoress, some 200 or friendly director will reach representative of the Coca
k and and experience of that fieldof / AUTO more students, representedthe out to insure success. Cola Bottling Company who
human services. INSURANCELow ;;; Community School pro- Through the Honor's Banquet, presented one outstanding trophy -.
Broadly defined it Is the Premium Rates b, :::... grams at Primary "C", Ada it's goals and objectives along to a student of each particlpating M
fields of public service In Low Monthly Payments ... Merritt, H.H. Filer and Book- with the dedicated unselfish community school. ,
which a person-to-person re- Immediate :,' .
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8 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, July VHftWSKSKtsttoto

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Musical Artsy Grove JACttSONHighlights ":' Summer Specials

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I must say,hating both seen Having spent most of her 1 RETOUCH APPLICATION $1.00:
and read last week's special life there, following a vigorous CHURCH NEWS celebrate These specials are good I
which Mr. Garth Reeves made career in the New York Greater St. Paul AM.E Ushers' Boar possible for us, I was very school system, Mrs. Drexel their 38th anniversary on Sunday July 13th, at 3 p.m. :!;
i; 9110 NW 17th Ave. Call:691.9392J:
much impressed with all that administered over a kinder- speaker will be Rev. Roscoe Jackson. 1i
magnificent art work which I garten connected with the to those 1:!::1 B. Higgs! Owner !For! ...appointment.! 1
am pleased to say is the effort school, supervised a resi- The C Lord C's wish to express their appreciation ::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::
anniversary
of our very own society art dence for students, also con who in some small way helped to make their 16th

ist, Miss Elizabeth Shoe- nected with the school and was a success.

maker. Her professionalname "principal" for the many The Florida Nightingales will sponsor a
Is "Betty." years of it's existence. At July 27th at Greater St. Paul A.ME.The ramonsundaY'1 :
Elizabeth was that beautiful this writing, she is retired, gram is for Choir No. 1. Everyone is asked to keep this I :1.1'B'lTY .
person shown next to Mrs. having handed over the administration in mind. 1. FIRST RUN,
Athalie Range in a photograph to her able son DRIVE-IN ,THEATRE
published in this column only and keeping an eye on things"as COMMUNITY NEWS:
two weeks ago. I will presenther she so aptly puts it. Mo- Vacationing here in the Coconut Grove area is Elease Ellis ,
profile in a near future ther of three very prominent of South Carolina. Elease is here visiting her mother, Mrs. These Nazisaren't
article. Miami Beach citizens, Mrs. Josephine Ellis.
.. Drexel is the recipient of
nI1i for real!
a three medals, one gold and CHATTER FOR THE TEENS:
two silver in connection with Virrick Park had a swinging dance for the young set. The
her training in the Graduate dance started at 7:30 p.m. and ended at 9:45 p.m, The band of They are Allied agents
A
Teacher's Training School in the hour was the''"Hlppies." who must win
New York City. Her sons also
showeztremeaccomplishment Coconut Grove Youth Center will have a dance very Friday World War II !
with a Cum Laude fora night for the senior boys and girls.you're checking out some
certain Arthur and a doc where to go this weekend, check out the youth center. A this
torate for the above mentioned
Gustave. Mr. Martin Drexel, Carver Community School, the director Eugene Butler,will weekend i,

her husband, is the"back- -have. a- program -for-- eight weeks n___ .from---- a.-.-o- to-- -10. n r---.m... :and--.. onSaturday ... ...or dietrying .
bone" of her many businessand and Sunday.At (
artistic endeavors. It Coral Gables Senior High !

was he who stood up in a School, the city supports a program a1S
recent reception following his for teenagers for 11
wofe's performance and said: weeks. Coach Nick Koyts organizes -
-- "How about that for a busy and directs this program ,
Mrs. MartinDrexel grandmother" Bless you both The program will be r d
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Drexel. scheduled from Monday thru .t c
My guest this week is an
and Next week. I shall profile Friday, June 23 thru Aug. 29.
overwhelming person,
mean overwhelming. What a Miss Elizabeth Shoemaker, TEEN OF THE WEEK: Mary .t
Assistant Social Secretary Borden, the daughter of Mr.
pleasure it is for me to introduce
and artist for The Perform- and Mrs. Frank Borden is a
Mrs. Martin Drexel ol f
ing Arts Society.Mr. 1969 graduate of Gables High
l
Miami Beach. Mrs. Drexe)l .. ..
has been with the studio over Pierre has asked School. Her noooies are reading, poetry and listening jazz
four years now and she tells,I me to thank all those wonderful Mary is known as "Cathy" by all of her friends, future plans
persons who have sos are to attend the University of California ders wi
me it is her second home a?:jeri ;

"I find so much happiness ; graciously most contributed their in THE IGNORANCE CORNER: Persons passing through the ichard Clint
here and how kind of Pau l encouraging quotes Maryurton
black business of wondering
to area Coconut Grove everyday are
(Mr. La Pierre) to let m in all those week. With such kind sup- why the corner of Grand and Douglas stays so crowded witha Eastwood Ure"Where
participate studio and society wonderful act. port, he feels we've only"scratched large number of black boys hanging around the bus bench.

vibes" And Mr. LaPierre the surface" insofar as This corner is known as "The Ignorance Corner".The majority Dare"
responded to her quote with a spreading the good work cf of black boys hanging around this corner on the bus Eagles
"the pleasure is ours,I assure brotherhood and good racial bench have finished high school and have had one or two years of '
you." It's mine too because relationship in this magnificent college. people are complaining about the obscene language I1R'r g =Rod4on
speaking to this gracious great communittee. ,Pleasebe they hear. "Many white persons are being threatened by the LEEMARUIH
lady has left me feeling good happy, love one another. throwing of rocks and bottles, when minding their own business ( BLANK"
especially that she representsso These young men can't be juststandingthere waiting for POINT
much accomplishment.Mrs. arEl1 a'so called "break" (Job). ANRIR DICKINSON
Drexel is most famous 1:13
for her work in a private There are too many activities going on in the Grove area in
school carrying her name the field of jobs.Ire member wben one time, the Grove was the
The Drexel Private School ol "FLESH OF A.O.K. place to go. But now, with you standing on this corner
Miami Beach was founded in MY FLESH"y using that language, the ideal man is really scared to come up "
early nineteen forty-one b "LOVE MY WAY" the street. You're really knocking the black man'sbusiness by 4 DAY SPECIAL"Fri

to herself and her son, Dr. Gus- 2 GirlU Frolics in Color standing on this corner. So stay off the Ignorance Corner and
tave L. Drexel. find you something better to do. ', Serf, Mon Tues.
POSITIVELY ADUlTSONt (Any comments, just come by to see me.) ,

BRAND
NEW-

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I FIRST DRIVE-IN

MIAMI,' SHOWING 1969 AUTOMATIC


" News I "''Dr Jeln.. '. SCREENED AT 10:20
Is t.o

Walter Bo*. One w'"e'd'd' ZIG-ZA'

The VFW Post No. 8195 Major Smith,

held their first meeting, Sun- Lieutenant SchaUer NOW ONLY
p
day, July 6th under the ne 5
Commander, Madison wand a beaatiM blonde '!" ; f l 1 95f
, Past Commander, W. A. named Mary : neiloH : $
Bowe was on the scene to see 1 i ,
decide te win a i EASE
that everything went on al .nol4 a'
right. The 1970 membershipdrive WerW War D.t 2t TERMS
is DOW on. Contact t -
Quarter-master, Nelson Mar r.
ris, 4011 SW 21 to Street,West

Hollywood Partner p.cturestirrina'. .
The ladies anxilllary Post Richard Burton Clint Eastwood :Buttonhole* r REPAIR-SPECIAL!':
No. 8195 will hold their meet Mary U"Where Monogromming
.
ing on Sunday, July 13th at the Eagles Dare" Satin Stitch Wit CUMIN ..
post home on Pembroke Rd M'"d"g = $250
Dorothy Trotter is Presided t .Met.ww ..,eo4.......... .. Darning I_ h.f.....
tad Mrs. Ruth Scotty sect, FbtrickVmark\ Michael I Hordem AlISt.Macleitl. BNnG Hutton. &of &*. lock Sews 4Id&ing on Buttons .. .Lipet.... IIIoWIt i 1iIaft Mhr

tary. l!!':..,'e=-G PLUS 'anavfsIcMI. and MttrocoIor Gn eaw HemmInt Come in or cad for
lllss Vera Caloun, celebrated Straight Stitching
.. : service lit home
your
, -
her birthday on the 4fl] { : In i Sews over Pro .
of July at the borne other family a. -
In West Hollywood 1wo rtmn-ionui.NOOUCTOIt : COME IN OR CALL FOR
Samuel Pratt and Glean,led t "THENIBHT JASON BRITT NORMAN FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION

for Nassau on July 4th, visiting -. THEY RAIDED MINSKY'S"a.ROBARDS EKLAND WISDOM
relatives and friends
Mrs.. Mildred James and Mrs[ ToraisT TUCHI.Mtn a..mPIIWlSIIAI- Kwm tiiioi .UIDTT OMO'jia Him ... BERT LAHR .___,.,. 696-9442
Sally Miller ire also vacationing : _lit AlllQIlSOUUI 500 IIOIAlU 1 t.OIIVloIuaa -.nta riaDtuN! .....,..IIONAI LEAS COLOR t 0eta.it .

In the Bahamas for a --- Ug Ar1f.. 8:30 IDt8d 910 NW 7th Ave
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Frldoy, July 11, 1969 9MONK

aevaeacxma ac.V ftTooooooooooooif

Miss Black America Beauty Pageant ]


In Miami August 2

The Miss Black America Miss Black America of Florida here are now in the hands of
Beauty Pageant, in its second will receive the winner's personnel directors of businesses -
year nationally, will be pre- portion of $500, plus a tripto throughout Dade and
sented in Florida for the first New York to compete Aug. Broward counties, at Radio a

.! BY DAVE BONDUxsax time this year, with a contest 22 for the title of Miss Black station WMBM, at the local
scheduled August 1 and 2 at America at Madison Square office of the pageant, 6940

... Dade County, Auditorium, Garden. NW 27th Avenue and at the
..
--- ac Miami to pick Miss Black Entry blanks for the Miss offices of this newspaper, 6530

America, Miami. Black America competitions NW 15th Avenue.
Nassau is a place where you learn something new each time
Miss Black America, Ft. Miamian Gets
you go there. Last weekend CEP's Operation Mainstreamers Lauderdale will be chosen School
Fashion TeaThe
went to Nassau to get a close-up view of real black culture.We Closing
Aug. 8 and 9 at War Memorial Medal
arrived about 7:30 p.m. Thursday and we settled In our Booker T. Washington I it is not a typical fashion
Auditorium
and the
hotel rooms at the Grants Town hotel At 10 p.m. we were the winnersof Community School will be the! show It's surprises pro Specialist 5 Garfield A.
guests of Peanuts Taylor at the Drumbeat Club.The show was dale the Miami and Ft. Lauder- site of a Gala School Closing, raise to overwhelm you and Barry has been awarded the
titles will be
beautiful and everyone enjoyed it greatly. joined by Fashion Tea this Sunday, July Interest you beyond your wilds Army Commendation Medal
winner from Tampa, Orlandoand 13 from 4 to 6 for meritorious service in the
went p.m. est dreams.
Friday
morning, we through the part of Nassau that
Jacksonville
in a contestto
Fashion is innova- Republic of Vietnam from June
Tea
tourist and the Mainstr an
rarely see, earners really had a chanceto
see how the "not so rich" native Bahamians live. Some are pick Miss Black America- tion of the students of the No admission fee will be 1968 to May 1969.
in bedroom "shacks" without Florida at Miami Beach Auditorium Adult Vocational Home Eco- charged. Projects will be on He is the husband of Mrs.
one lights, running water or inside -
August 17., nomics Classes taught by Mrs. display and appetizing refreshments Claretha Barry of 1919 NW
plumbing with a family of from five to seven living there.
Top girls In the Miami, Ft. Evergreen Murphy will highlight the 91st Street, and the father of
These are some of the conditions that the new Premier is try-
Lauderdale and other
ing to rectify, but 'as anywhere, it takes time. will city The students,teachers,and afternoon. The general public six children,Garcia,Garfield,
areas receive the director invite you to witness is Invited -- come and Jr., Maurice, Terence, Ter-
Our tour took us to the wharf, where the fishermen live on winner's
of and
portion $250, "Second bring all rell and Anaretha.SOUTHERN
Time Around" as your friends. .
their boats with their families and pets, and sell their catchof

fish, conch, crabs, etc. There are also vegetable stands
along this area and you can purchase a whole meat quite
!
cheaply within two or three blocks.
After this, I sort of lured them into the Sheraton-British
r Colonial Hotel where we sat on the patio overlooking the ocean
and the Hog Island Lighthouse, where we watched the guys and

: gals diving into the pool and had a few drinks. ...
a Count Bernlndino, Nassau's great calypsonian, made up a ...'.-..'. _. ...'L.. ,
song about Operation Mainstream and sang it for us. The tour

was officially over at this point,so they took in Bay Street and 'WblW wlnl"IIUNDr M e.nusr t
its wonderful sights. That evening, those who wanted to go to
Paradise Island and watch the of "rich folk" INwHm1' .. .I.Irf.' Yoolut
parade spending .'::' \ .'A.m:.: ab, s
their money over the gambling tables went. It was a nice exit Jobn1 'S ns L
perience for them and one of the mainstreamers mentioned M- ...- iT&hAJm:

that it is something to think of the poor salaries these same ...., ,' :"::. .
4 people give their help here at home, then they go over there --
and lose thousands of dollars over a black-jack table. WINE AND SPIRITS, INC.

Saturday was a "Do-It-yourself-day."Each man and woman .
went for himself. They wandered all over the Island, and had a : =Mice
IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE ADDITION OF
ball. I must add here that Poverty Chief, Executive Director oF.cOliDOit
:
Marie Carl, stayed with us throughout the whole trip. She was
Just another "mainstreamer" and was Just great. She and I

were invited to the Fisherman's Wharf--corner of Bay and JIM REESE ;
.' Mackey Streets, for din-din on Saturday night.

Our host was pqularrecordlngartlstDavidKempwho has ..

about the swingingest place on the island. Two great bands ,...
D s '
,that really keep the people dancing,dancing,dancing,and those itGU 1 '* TO ITS '- u AN7iD: \4'\
who are too old, sit and tap their feet--(speaking of me). I b ,,,, QFG
must say that the grouper cutlets,pigeon peas and rice, mixed 1 M S :Scntn y

; greens,'conch salad, homemade bread, lettuce and tomato salad SALES AND PROMOTIONAL, STAFF
I !2' .' topped off with a cold glass of beer was out of sight.

I, Charlie Ageeb, owner of Fisherman's Wharf,said,"Nothingbut .,;;::" :-r ,; '

the best for everyone who comes here." I Introduced Mrs. .., :, "..,;f ,:
k.S Carl to the vice president of the Nassau Beach Hotel, Mr. ', .,', ""

George Meyers.George started at the hotel some ten years ago
as desk clerk and worked )his way up through the ranks. He
is the only black vice president I know of in a major hotel chain.
AA
Being his usual charming self, he escorted Mrs. Carl to the
colony room to see a marvelous show.

We then stopped back by the Drumbeat to say hello to Pea-
nuts,and I heard him ask Mrs. Carl a question. Even though I
:\ did not hear it as it was asked, I found out it was a very good OLD
one. "Why is It that whites from all over the world come to STAGG ''
'
Nassau and other Bahamian Islands and invest and get rich I/A Y'.MI::YM.a
,
, quick and not black Americans Invest here?" That is a damn -

.( good question, and I think we should all give it some thought.

'{ Well, here comes Sunday morning and everybody is packed
" and waiting for Phil Colliemoore and his taxicabs to go to the
airport. They had coffee and toast and said the food at the
,' Grants Town Hotel was good and the cheapest In Nassau. That

t is the beautiful truth. The hotel is nice, too, with good rates. JIM IS NOW SELLING THE BRANDS SHOWN IN THIS AD
i Those rates are $8 single and $10 double per day. Breakfast

from $1.00 to $1.30; dinnerfrom150to1.95, and just abouta Jth PLUS MANY MORE TO YOUR FAVORITE BARS AND !
' 10 minute walk from Bay Street. Somebody yells "Here

" comes the cabs" and we pile In--get to the airport and check PACKAGE STORES IN THE BROWNSVILLE, COCONUT .
l j} In at Pan American. Up up and away and the Mainstreamers
f
,< ', are homeward bound, with big smiles on their faces. They had t}; i GROVE, LIBERTY CITY, WASHINGTON HEIGHTS AND

a real ball; they met other people of the world; they rode on :
the "wrong side of the street", they know what a cultural ex- OPA-LOCKA AREAS.DON'T .
change program is; and they found that their circumstances t
:t -1 are much better than some other people of the world and they
j't know things are looking up.
DELAY-GIVE JIM A PLAY
Monday morning, and Operation Mainstream is back at work _
,: in the Model Cities Office learning how to become good community -

A. workers, share their wealth of knowledge about Nassau
and as one Malnstreamer summed it up,"We may be poor, SOUTHERN WINE AND SPIRITS, INC.
but we are not pitiful The end.
III IIIn

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Anthony Jones 1600 NW 163RD ST. /' 6254171II
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Mrs. James Monroe "
(Jewish Home for the Aged) it11NAA

VIP OF THE WEEK: Mrs. Ruth Weiss
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Mrs. Sadie Temple

... .. ...

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Phyllis Branch still holding

!the fort at the Thunderbird Hotel on Miami Beach. Golfersall

over the country are mourning the loss of Teddy Rhodes, t..WMJIIIp.
<.un I.".".. 4NOo
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one of the first black pros who gave a lot to the golfing world 4e :\"" "."'''
i1.ItIlmJ \:
and who was one fine fellow. Speaking of golf, the golfersof ..JltYt:
the area are looking forward to the big tourney July 25-26 ] -
in Orlando. .Napoleon Reed great,as usual, on the big show '''.::::.F. .. :
at the Orange Bowl Fourth of July. .That's it for this week: -
LIVE? LIFE EVERY GOLDEN MINUTEOF /
Till the next one *
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10 THE MIAMI TIMES July 11 1969
Friday, __ ..._ .. ., raSfflHSB3BHBaiHHBHHHfflHnHBHBHOn
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The other morning while riding the bus, had an experiencethat ,c.14 :;
made me feel real small. + ; I

An old white lady got on the bus along 62nd street and asked < <, -'it ;',.1''
the driver, who was black, if that particular route would take 8 v us
her to 79th street. He told her yes, and she boarded, ,
After about ten minutes of the ride, she saw that the bus
wasn't headed in the direction she wanted to go. The old lady
asked the driver again about going to 79th street. He answered, w.L .
"The bus goes downtown first, then to 79th street." She said, I
"But I don't want to go to town."He replied, "That's too bad,
what do you want from me, blood?" He then explained the
route, not bearing out the fact that in town another tAre wouldbe
required. The old lady told him she had no more money.
His reply was "Do you want to get off here or downtown?"
The poor woman didn't know what to do. She started to get
off and stopped three different times. He finally ordered her

off.An onlooker who was going to her Job asked the driver to
tell her how to get where she wanted to go. After huffing and a x L
few nasty remarks, he got off the bus and explained. The black

woman gave her 45$ in change. -..
The old lady was on her way to meet a ride to a welfare
station to get herself something to eat.The ride out of the way
Sod Sittw tie Wed
probably didn't mean that much to her,for she was undoubtedly 01
accustomed to prolonged hunger.
* * 4,., +H
This week's Soul Sister is Rosalind Smith x A3 5 iy r
I would like all youth and adults as well to be on the lookoutfor ,daughterof
"The people's Voice." This is a newspaper being put out 'Mr. and Mrs.Julius Smith, 1580NW64th Street. Roz
by the EOPI which will consist of poetry,editorials, fashions, is a graduate of Miami Jackson and will attend Fisk r rte.
and articles about the community. University this fall.She enjoys Jazz f and meeting people. try

This is a neighborhood folk project of complete community Fu' '' # Q ,

Involvement. .. .. f. .. >Ffif. .. .. ""'"7" -

HOT AND BORED:
Kids in the black districts are facing another summer of -E-W' g
i YY
heat and boredom. Of course there's nothing that can be done Girl Scout Senior Graduationpanorama Z r wr
.
about the heat, but the boredom is no fault of theirs. _. '"
Girl Scout Troop A beautiful trophy was givento
Pools have been promised for threeyearsnow, and it isn't -
409 held its annual Senior Newton for her outstanding 4--- '
Graduation
Bryley ---
that we ]just want them, but now they have become a necessity.The .
kids in the neighborhood of 87th Street and 17th Ave. July 5 Toby's Cafe- and diligent work in
teria. Many awards and trophies Public Relations. Gloria A. PARTYING PANTS. Everyone who's all up-
have
Due nothing to do, but roam the streets all day or play
basketball. were given to the out- Perry and Angela Culmer both to-the-minute in following fashion's lead is jumpIng -

I talked to one of the guys who was playing on the court. standing graduating seniorsof received the O'Berry Award into a jumpsuit for even the poshest parties.
our troop. The awards which was a plaque presentedby
'He was Earl Dixon, a Junior at Miami Central. I asked how'
The who
given were as follows: Most Mr. O1 Berry himself. Ver- worn a m sews can turn-out a smashing:
did he feel about the
situation. He broke from his
away game
walk outstanding girlineachpt.trol: netta King received the second jumpsuit fashion like this for a mere $15.00! )a
long enough to say "A 11 the fellows out here would like to
Arts--Dianne Dyes and Gail highest honor in the Girl Scout look that commands prices anywhere to $400 in
a few feet and Jump in a pool of cool off after a real hot game.; up
* * Coac man; Community Act- troop. This was the Dosh the best shops!) The heavy crepe used for the
tion--Vernetta King, Angela Award a large trophy
45 of the Week; "Crystal Blue Persuasion" by Tommy Jones ; very
Culmer and Bryley Newton one-piece, sweepingly wide-legged jumpsuit (Me*
and the Shondells. ; that one could be proud of.
HomemakerClaudette Dianne Dyes received the Call's 9711)) and the lace In the slash-sideddoublet-
Album of the Week:"Son of a Preacher Man" by Nancy Wilson.
* ** Cleare and Andresia Davis; highest honor, the Jones and styledtunic top (from McCall's pattern 9743)) are
,h Panorama--Dinetta Cobb- Fields Award which was a both to be found in Singer stores where fabrics are
and Trallblazer--Karen Ed large trophy la the shape of
Until later, do your own thing sold.
.t: wards.. Florida to show how much .
l tib experience she has had with
,I her own troop and in other
.I.JJ parts of the state. Gifts were
.
1 presented to Mrs. Magnolia s .4 a,
'
Fields, our Asst.Troop Leader : rs r eh P
I and a plaque was presentedto
Miss Elizabeth Jones by the
graduating seniors. ;
Daisies were presented to 1

3j the parents by the graduatesand
complements of Miss

j Jones and Mrs. Fields. t tj ,


Ililhil U fl 11 4 I tt ttji t GIRLS Model COLOR Cities GUARDThe Recrea-

tion Task Force is forming a
color guard for girls ages 12 i c1 h4

to 15. Instruction will include
t 1 1Y 1a
p !
precision marching, flag pre-
t cision and rifle precision. A

I R, t W c meeting will be held on July t
,
15th at 7:30 p.m. in the down-
-
stairs conference room of the ;
Model Cities Office, 6207 NW *
27th Avenue
,;
LEARN ARABIC :tbI
For more Information,
writ tot
I
THE AL-HAMYDIYYAH .

__u__ ACADEMY 50 Stuyv.iant OF ARABIC Avenue

Bklyn., New York, 11206 Versatility of design is Breed goal as
GIRL STATE OFFICERS Suite IIP (Juy 11) a new
shown in these outfits which can be mixed and

Elected at the Annual Girls State, sponsored by the American Legion ATTENTIONChurch.sNightclubi matched. The.corduroy dashiki, left, can be crossed

Auxiliary, Department of Florida, held at Florida State University, June 14 vp or down depending on the occasion (about $15)as )

20 were: standing left to right, Commissioner of Agriculture, Barbara Legg, and Musicians can the water-print dashiki}, center, .with its

Winter Haven; Comptroller, Jackie McPhee, Opa-locka; Lt. Governor, Janet Hammond Organ B3. Must matching Fela hat (about $9.50 for both). The 5-

Lester, Lake Worth; Commissioner of Education, Antoinette Sllva, Miami, cosh.sell Immediately Contact $1100 way dress, right, is the most versatile of all New

I ,seated left to right, Treasurer, Diane Myers, New. Port Tichev; Secretary oft f Greent, 4949 HW 7th Freddie Avt. Breed, designs Is made of jwo separate one-piece

State, Ann Dunn, Cora'' Gables; .Governor, Nina! Ross, Ft. Myers and .Attorney skirts, gathered by elastic at.the top so that the

General, Jody Seward, Carol City. Two hundred sixty four girls from the or wearer can, create her own style to Iii l her mood
state of Florida were in attendance. PL 8-9191 (about $30)).



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 11, 1969 11
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I''I Hospital Workers Win 100-Day Battle of Charleston 1 I, i I I


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Charleston, S.C.--Poor and ship Conference, the Poor announced last weekend, Dr. Hosea Williams and two others gal advisers say the "riot" Executive Vice President,
lack people have won a landmark People's Campaign and the Abernathy, who succeeded the were arrested June 20 as they charges are based on an un- consulted with De. Abernathyand
victory here with settle- new coalition of organized late Dr. Martin Luther King, knelt in prayer at the head constitutional state law and took the Initiative in re-
ment of a bitter 100-day strike labor and civil rights move- Jr. as SCLC President, refused of a night march. The non- that the accusations againstDr. viving negotiations. Under the
by workers at the South Carolina ment which backed the strike. to leave Jail here or violent leader of 14 years' Abernathy, the foremost settlement., all strikers are
Medical College Hospital stop his fast until a related "experience, and the other exponent of non-violence, and rehired effective July 1, This
The Charleston strike opens strike at the smaller Charleston three, were charged with Inciting his colleagues are plainly rid Includes 12 members of Local
The successful strike was the way to organizing millions County Hospital is ended. a riot and held on iculous. 1199-B, Hospital and Nursing
also a major achievement for of poor working people so that Negotiations indicated an $50,000 bond each. The bond Settlement Terms: The Home Employees, who were
Dr. Ralph Albernathy. the they can unite for politicaland early settlement of that dis- was later reduced to $5,000, settlement at Medical College fired for union activity on
economic power. pute.Dr. but SCLC plans to fight the Hospital was reached after March 19. The strike beganthe
Southern
Christian Leader- Although the settlement was Abernathy. SCLC's case In federal courts. Le- Rev. Andrew Young, SCLC following day.

N More for mas-
/41M Il N11 1 111 .Yt /t.t 11.1 fN I tYN. WUf 111/N/111 i/NI 1111 NNr/It UI'f L1 f1 i 1' 1'r/l. tMl .Nt significant
ses of unorganized workersIn
the Hospital's agreementto
'a grievance procedure under
which employees with com-
plaints may seek redress with
the aid of the union. The
Hospital also accepted a plan
r for an employee's credit union
will allow the union to remain
strong by collecting dues and
disbursing funds. These mea-
sures are, in effect, a formof
recognition of the union.
The workers :also won a
30-cents-an-hour Increase in
,dt mimimim pay effective Julyl.
This pay increase and the new
grievance procedure apply to
more than20OOOStateem-
c : ployees. Thus the strike
j, brought millions of dollars of
extra income for low-paid

s workers and gave them a
>s o's
ti
Q powerful weapon to fight racial
discrimination and oppressive
employment policies
Poor People's Campaign:
SCLC's involvement in the
Charleston strike has been a
wi major thrust In the Poor Pea
ple's Campaign, The battle of
: Charleston is an example of
SCLC organizing poor
workers Into unions and united
communities. The vast ma-
jority of poor people--includ-
S ing 18 million workers and
S\s S' r: their families--are poor because -
they are unorganizedand
forced to work for poverty ,;,
wages. In Charleston,the hos'f
pital workers won with a
j, strong union, massive supportof
ti \ the black community and
i :
:
: S many white workers and sup-
/ : : porters, and militant nonviolent
action and an economic

,,J J boycott led by Dr. Abernathyand
SCLC The SCLC

; % r.z 3 t leader was jailed twice duringthe
a ak ; j 31 :.J strike, and nearly a thou-
r sand students, workers and
supporters went to Jail for
the workers' cause duringthe
? 100 days.
s.{ l Poor People's Campaign:
SCLC plans to follow up
the strike with a voter registration -
i drive aimed at political -
power for the poor In
the Charleston area. Voter
registration and political ed-
:
ucation leading up the 1969
and 1970 elections are an-
other key part of the Poor
rY People's Campaign.
Meantime, the 1969 Second
Chapter of that Campaign will
continue to focus on the Issuesof
S
hunger and Inadequate wel-
a' S Y a; fare. Marches against hun-
,, $ %<'6rrl
rryrr t z
ger In Illinois went ahead on

,# y, v AY VVGi4 yi h.YS' G schedule last week despite Dr.
Abernathy's jailing. Rev.
Ito Jesse Jackson, National Di-
;> rector of SCLC's Operation
Breadbasket,. led the Illinois
k I O' campaign.
t G
,
> #s
Im
y Sr Mississippi, a hunger
march to the plantation of
iAS5 Senator James Eastland in
I Sunflower County has been
postponed until Hosea Williams -

who.organlzedthatmarch
can return from Jail
In Charleston.

Senator Eastland's planta-
tion Is paid more than $100,
000 a year In government
handouts for not growing foodor
fiber, while straying
children in his State receive
$8.50 a month.

Poor people's Campaign
demonstrations against pov-
erty and hunger are probableIn
Washington, D.C. later this
Bonier!tinder the authority at the Coca Cola Company by the people in your town who bring you Coca Cola
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FLA. OR GA. GRADE "A" \
A & P Cares .About' You! <
; WHOLE

: Opp Store Hours
h AY PJ. FRYERS
flOH. THRU SAT. 9 A.M.-3

,Nr
I ,IRKEY =
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BAGGED 31e
2 OR MORE
L 1.
., NOTICE PRICES GOOD ONLY AT THE WAREHOUSE
>',{", 1".':>,", STORE 3301, N.W. 62nd ST. AND 2501 N.W. 37th ST.
"SUPER-RIGHT" HARD CORN FED !$ SLICED
QUICK FROZEN GRADE "A"U -RIGHT WESTERN BEEF
BAKING CHUCK PORK LOIN


HENS STEAK FULL CUT LB. 690 PORK CHOPS :


4 TO'6 LB. ,i .... 2 TO 3 LB..
AVERAGELB.. '3 9 C J BeetVealandiamb AVERAGE LB. 6 9 C
All
.
'SUPER-RIGHT" ALL MEAT Sold in Dade Stores is "SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN BEEF SHOULDER

FRANKS 1' LB.PKG. 59( <, .' U.S.CHOICE SWISS STEAK LB. 99t

A& P SLICED BEETS OR IONATOMATOES ,' ,,',,;.: .)\)" "
6, i.LB... CANS $1 1 CARNATION EVAPORATED SKIMMED" :'

MARVEL STRAWBERRY MILK 14I .CAN :lOC 1 1QT.

PRESERVES 2 ,LB. JAR 59 '

AHOY LIQUID ,
DETERGENTS 3 BOTS. $1 1 1FOR ALL FAVLORS GELATIN DESSERT

COOKING OR SALADSWESSON ." : JELLO : ."a" 2 'PKG.,3 9C

OIL 48 01. BOT.: 69( ." \ : '

5* OFF LABEL (LIMIT 1 WITH $5 ORDER EXCL CIGARETTES) ': "
'NUTLEYS: LID PACK
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CLOROX BLEACH 12 GAL. JUG 69t .: '' ''
.OLv .E"'O 4 1 L8KG.."
((10,OFF LABEL( LIMIT 1 WITH $5 ORDER EX CL CIGARETTES) > : :,; \ .
FAB DETERGENT GT. PKG. 49 >'., "

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MAXWELL EXTRA SPECIAL HOUSECOFFEE J E LL''Y' ,2 LBiARj' .';j 9", C

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The Carver Branch YMCA all about space. .the Mercury flights to the assimilated -
became one of the many participants Geared with trunk loads of landing on the moon,
l tiBarry's In the Vice Presi space equipment, they began the kids shared in the excite
Children's Theatre Tours Dade Parks dent's Summer Space Education with a lecture on the American ment of the past and becamea
I Program Tuesday,July 1. Space Program, and gave part of this even more exciting -
Oi The Showmobile/ It was the first time that the demonstrations of the basic present age of space.
kids at Carver had participated principles of rocket (propul-
The Metropolitan Dade This year our format will 173 Dr. & NW 52nd Ave. in a program of this kind sion) as well as eating and
County and Recreation Department bring the audience out of Tuesday, July 15;1:30;Scott and the response was tremen drinking techniques during
presents at the schedule their seats and up on the Housing; 7200 NW 22nd Ave. douseRepresentatives space travel.Films on various
below, the Barry College stage as participants" 3:15; Llnclon Gardens; 4620 from aspects of the Apollo Programwere ?

Children's Theatre on the traveling Plays in rehearsal for midsummer -, NW 24th Avenue.Thursday NASA, working the Summer shown to dramatize the x'
and very popular show- will be "Samanthasaves : July 17; 1:30; Space Education Programwere many efforts undertaken to OOVIIL ACTION
mobile. This Is the second The Day" and "The Bunche Park; 16001 Bunche warmly greeted by a send the crew of Apollo n to I RYNI ,
summer for these young trou- Emperor's New Clothes." Prk School Dr.; 3:15 Carol packed auditorium of wide- the moon. Q 0 SEs iIl. *inicE
pers, under the direction of 4250 NW 178th St. eyed kids who wanted to know From the opening film on
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County. Educational television contact showmobile dir- .
:} personality Ivan ector, Ira Shapiro at 3713531. : 'tf Thick cream : ;

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 11, 1969 15

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Jit'; Your Dog UOguf


o. And YouBY 77 ti ? i ff ff

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i by Joe Black i

This week let's discuss aggressiveness the pup around people and then I .f
In puppies.Most train or the above mentioned .
common mistakes made in ..
t. raising a puppy, whether pure way.Both ways, as an average,
bred or mixed, is to :scold the results are two entirely Once upon a time, there lived a species :
I the pup when he barks at different dogs. One dog raised of huge animals called dinosaurs. They were l
strangers. This is bad, as it with people make wonderful tremendous in size, physically powerful, and n|
indirectly tells the pup that dogs that can be worked with terrorized all other life. As you know, the1\
barking is taboo, therefore, people around.For Instance '
an
dinosaur is because he couldn't adapt 1 1to ]|
long
--- you end up with a dog that police department work. The gone
does very little barking,if any other dog has a natural dis- his changing environment. All his power, ,
Butterball Is Still at all. trust of people and makes the size and aggressiveness didn't help him when ,:.
DoingHis best guard dog, based on na-
the down. And aggressiveness
In order to assure easier chips were today,

training for protection when aggressiveness.Call questions to Cooper'sCanine and sheer force of power are not going to
older, here are a few steps that
: I If Thing can help you have good watch Service, 6912643. help the Black People's revolution any more
Mr. Milton (Butterball) fairs Revue, who are currently dog and an easily trained protection Next" week: "The female in than they helped the dinosaur. No power,
Smith, ex-deejay for WAME featured at Miami Beach's dog. heat. black, white, red or yellow, can survive for
radio station, is still going famed Eden Roc Hotel were long when it's based on hate and violence..
strong on Sundays at Virginia seen. Production artist, Howard First, praise thepupwhenitbarks
Beach with his weekly picnicsfor Kenny, .Florence Lith-. at strangers--discour- Opa-Locka Our black youth must understand that the
the underprivileged children .cott, pat McCalla Cynthia age when nothing is apparent. door to opportunity i is open at last! The invitation
Jackson, and Cristine Bryant General to move in is here. But that does not
were on hand acting as aides Second, when strangers is them
to mean that someone going to give some
for come your homer remove
Smith and his assistants News
The outing features a bar- Fred the pup to another part of the Hospital thing for nothing simply because they have
(SpiderMcCoy.) Other
becue, rides for the kids,land citizens of the community have house. Do not let everyone pet Brochures Diabetes Mel- black skins and can shout "black power". It
and water and
play, large assortment -
, of refreshments. volunteered their services to him because his attitude deve- litus are now available at no does mean that before they can be acceptedfor
assist in this Included lopes as such: Why should I charge through the auspicesof
program. what show what
to
Popular entertainers throughout bark they are, they've got
,verybody is very friendly. -
the Diabetic
are Mr. and Mrs. John Clinic of the
Dade County are frequentlyseen they are. Being honest with themselves is a
Locks
of General
Mosley Jackson's ToddleInn Opa Hospital.
meeting and the
greeting
children. Mrs. Felts, teacher and'i Blueprints for the new 60- first step. They must never forget that they
wife of pro-football star,Bob- Third, it is only natural to bed addition to the hospital represent the blood, sweat and tears of genera
This past Sunday membersof by Felts; Mrs. Mary McCoy want to show everyone your have been* to the department tions past. The future is in their hands, and
Larry Steele's Smart Af- Greene, ,supervisor of the pup, I enjoy it myself and so of Public Health for
Senior Citizens Program for does everyone else.Stop yourself approval. they cannot afford to be late or unprepared.And .

the E.O.P.I. of Dade :County; ,. If you walk your pup,tell Dr. Von Mizell of Ft. Lau- so, to. our black youth everywhere, 1
MU.Ett'ER.; : $,; Shirley Clement, clerk at U.S. everyone" "please do not pet derdale, Florida has been appointed say : "Stop throwing'yourselves against a door
him.
It is
Post Office; Mr.and Mrs.Sam best to walk him Associate Medical Director that's already Meet the challenge with
open.
Wilson and his mother,Yvonne late in the evening when peopleare in addition tohis usual
$ ,. Fdd.Ch':: Y i., JiI'1'-.w.t/1"- / Morrison; Tyrone, the Boy few. Try to walk him duties as Chief of the Depart- common sense and a devotion to duty. You'llbe
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O b,' t..'l.tN ';lrl ""Io.w. rj, .a''. WAME, and Mrs. Milton this tends dissipate his ner- Sunday, July 27, 1969, has stop being angry and start being smart. Don't,
IIFa: nM.e'\I.t.I'f"d' $ f.ir4MUffJ. Smith. Hats off to folk vousness. I been designated as Open House
..... .H O 'N W.. 5 th;'St. you for God's sake, be a dinosaur!
6 !; 10 4:; for your volunteer servicesfor The question comes now as Day at the Opa Locks General
tIt our underprivileged youth. to whether it is best to raise Hospital between the hours of
2 and 4 p.m. Children under
the age of 14, unfortunately,
JeePlack
must remain in the hospital
waiting room or lobby.TELEVISION.
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New Truth In Lending Law




Gets First TestNEW ;, \ tC yp


YORK CITY-The nations The action was against the the new law in Harlem.
first suit under the fed- Future Furniture Company, 2 His organization is anew "liaL, I
eral Truth in Lending Law was East 125th Street, which sold consumer self-help group
filed this week in the United an Admiral Console TV set to which is working with the
States District Court againsta Henry A. White for 33833. Legal Defense Fund to crack ,
Harlem merchant who failed The suit charges the company down on ghetto merchants, finance -
to advise a customer that 18 with failing to tell Mr. companies, and loan
percent of the cost of his new White that $60.90, which represents companies which violate the
TV set, purchased on time, 18 per cent of the law.The
was interest. total, is the additional pricehe Union will be sending
The NAACP Legal Defenseand will have to pay for buyingthe testers into Harlem stores
Educational Fund, Inc. $277.43 set on time. Just as civil right organizations -
(LDF) teamed up with the Harlem Mr. White, who serves as use testers to see if com- r\ I
Consumer Protection director of education for the panies comply with fair hous- 7 :'
Union to bring the suit only Harlem Consumer Protection ing and public accomodation -
hours after the law -- passed Union, went to the store to pur- laws. I
by Congress in 1968 -- went chase a TV set for himself, The case represents part of : 1I
Into effect. as well as to test operation of an ongoing program of LDF .
consumer protection liti- ,
gation. ,
According to LDF attorney t
Black Preachers Must Philip Schrag "poor con- L\ : r + 1'r
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are routinely cheated and
abused by merchants and cre-
/Move Nation FromConfrontation
ditors. We are using every
available legal device to protect
these buyers and borrowers -
ToReconciliation because such merchants
contribute significantly to
keeping poor people poor.
Civil right are meaningless
unless they are accompaniedby d yq ii; ; P' ?

Jackson, Miss. -- In an and leadership of church- economic rights..
arousing address delivered to goers, It is now the black Two weeks ago,the LDF won ;
more than 100 ministerial preachers who are starting to another significant consumer
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sters' breakfast during the gations and to put soul into the U. S. Supreme Court
had ball |last Wednesday when they
60th Annual Convention of them." whichheld that it was unconsti- Kids from the Carver YMCA really a
the National Association for tutional to garnishee a man'a were guests ofthe Miami Police Benevolent Association at their playground at

the Advancement of Colored must He be outlined taken five by the steps nation's that wages without a prior court 2300 NW 14th St. The 250 kids were served hot dogs, ice cream and soft

People, Rev. Kilgore, Jr., clergy for the betterment of hearing. drinks and enjoyed the rides on the playground. Officers Bill Yinn, Gaddy
stressed the Importance of
overall re-direction of the an all mankind. The clergy must Rawls and Ron Koivu of the Police Community Relations Department were on
take a more positive stand the kids themselves. D. L. Printz presidentof
goals of priests,ministers and hand to make sure enjoyed Sgt. ,
rabbis to stree priorities that for peace; the clergy mustde- Welfare Rights the Association, expressed great pleasure in entertaining the kids and
will be both constructive and velop a new style in politicsof other it.
offered the facilities to groups wishing to use
relevant.Mr. choosing the best candidateand
working to get him elected. Group OpensHeadquarters
Kilgore, the first mini-
For of black eco- \
ster of color to be elected purposes
nomic survival the
clergy
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president of the American
must become involved
actively
Baptist Convention, told the wk---
in new bold ventures ranging
clergymen that "our valuesare The Dade County welfare
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from developing shopping cen-
inverted..we cannot go Right organization will hold
on killing In Vietnam; we can- ters to actively encouraging their first meeting in their
investment clubs. [
not continue to miseducate our new headquarters at 4786 NW I
children;; we must move the The nation's spiritual lead- 27th Avenue at 730 p.m. on
nation from confrontation to ers must take a more posi- Friday, July 11th.
reconciliation, and the prime tive interest in experimental out and see what the poor are
movers are the preachers!! education, especially the de- doing for themselves.Mrs. .
velopment of black studies Gladys Taylor is
"Although we are seeing programs relevant to the chairman and Mrs Marie AkpL Fl
growing sterility in the ranks whole community. Harris is secretary. % .
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FAMU LIBRARIAN RETIRES AFTER 33 YEARS
deposits. The
service is friendly and fast just
The FAMU library staff honored the retiring director of libraries, j. the
way you want it. Drive in and
see for yourself.
Luther Thomas, in a surprise ceremony last week in Coleman Library.

Thomas is retiring after 33 years of service to the university includingsix
years as science instructor and 27 years as director of libraries.

When he became director of libraries, the library was housed in what is

now the university religious center and had only 16,000volumes supplementedby

176 periodical titles.

Today, the library collection now exceeds 160,000 volumes supplemented -

by 1,900 periodical titles microtext and an audio visual collection in ex-
cess of 20,000 newer educational media pieces. I

"This Is'the greatest surprise I have ever received" he said, after the s

reading of the congratulatory message from President and Mrs. B. L. Perry
and from friends throughout the United States.

Mrs. Elsie Eaton, who is acting director of libraries u. ..1 I August 1,1969, (
Foimorly Lincoln National Bonk of Micn
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C i F Promotes Edwin Sexton' Itatlve ,Conscientious Objectors To WorkIn


"ill s LUUI gton--Represen- Political task forces, a recent Hep. Morton said, "In addition ForestryTwo
Rogers C. B. Morton ,
innovation of
the
Repub- to being MidwesternTask
i Chairman of the Republican lican party, are used to stren- Force Director E'dSex- young men have agreed near Brooksville for three they were charged as draft
National Committee,today announced gthen party efforts at the local ton will be involved in developing to do forestry work in lieu of years. law violators. I
the promotion of Ed- and state levels. They are and maintaining serving in the Army, federal Because they are conscien-
i win T. Sexton Jr. to Special relations officials said. tious Everette
comprised of a team of poli- with the Black community probation objectors, Ho-
Consultant and Task Force tical experts ward Lee, of Sebring and Richard -
, mainly specia- throughout the Unitedl)
Coordinator and Field Repre- lized volunteers, who evalu- States. Both positions call Federal Judge C. Clyde At- Edward Scott, of 1827
sentative for the Midwestern ate an organization or campaign for a responsible, knowledgeable kins had put the men on five NW 93rd St., had refused in-
Region. He has been a Field make recommendationsand individual, and we are year's probation on conditionthat duction. When they balkedat
Representative in the Com- then help implement the confident he is the man. they work in a forest doing civilian work too
mittee's Minority Division for recommended strategy.In The Committee is fortu-
"'" :I the past three years. making the appointment nate to have a number of laborers Union GiveTo
talented Negroes on its staff,
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I AUDITORIUM FOR RENT IIf t tII strative policy-making positions.and" admini- Laborers Local Union 478 give its annual summer pic-
has presented a check for nic fund so that needy youngsters -
Mr. Sexton has beenan
long $1,000 to the Miami Herald's can go to camp.
II you're planning I a dance wedding I active member of the Re-
party Send a Kid-to-Campprogram. Joe Caleb is president of the
reception, meeting or any social or business publican Party. He was a This is the second straightyear 4,000 member union with Y
Kansas State Senator Vice-
t affair. You can use the complete facilities Iof t Chairman of the Kansas, Re- that the union has decided headquarters at NW 62nd St.

I the air conditioned II t tt publican State Central Com- and 8th Ave. If' ''> ..A pP
mittee, and Director of MIn- Countries.Mr. San Antonio--Airman GaryA.
t EBONY AUDITORIUM t tI orities of the Young Repub- Sexton was a memberof Roundtree, son of Mr. and.
I 14343 I It lican Federation. He has beena Congressman Garner Shri- Mrs. Charlie Roundtree of
NW 17th Avenue Miami delegate to the Republican ver's staff, and the editor and 16440 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa
t Phone: 758.1191 or 693.1766 t Convention and to a Conference publisher of "The Enlfgbt- .Locks, has completed basic
'----.J 1 of the Young Political ener" a Kansas newspaper, training at Lackland AFB,
leaders of the N.A.T.O for eleven years. ..,.i ''II'. Tex. He Is remaining at
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Crowning of King and Queen

at Brooks Kindergarten

"' L _.
BrookS Kindergarten heldits Street was
annual Crowning of the wore a beautiful crowned queen. She of 1229 NW 42nd Street was

King and Queen for the year gown made of imported long white bro- crowned king. The king worea
1969-70. cade and black tuxedo. Runnersupwere
I carried
a bouquet
.w
Tanya Irene Snipes, daughter of red roses. ; Princess; LashonLynn
of Mrs. Irene Brennanand Sherman Ellis Prince; James E. Wright,Jr.,
Coffee, son
Alfred Snipes of 797 NW 35th of Mr. and Mrs W.F. coffee and Glynese Ambrose andDa-
nish Williams, James Ellis
and Andre Shannon.

Graduation! exercises for. the
school were held June 1st
: at Greater Bethehem Baptist

: Church. Theme; "No Turn-
} f>y ing Back" Observations were
iii made by Mrs. Lottie Riley.

i Rev. Smith gave remarks.
For the convenience of

t' working parents, school will
remain open throughout the

E }; the summer.fall term.Register Call 75 now-6565 for Mason's s Conference Successful I

or 758-3446, and ask for Mr.
or Mrs. J. Brooks, supervisors. The GeneralGrandCon- the speaker. He delivered a Serving on the Local Com-
ference of Holy Royal Arch very befitting message. mittee from left to right are:
Masons-Knights of Templars Many delegates and visitors Granville Cambridge; Minnie
Masons, Heroine of Jericho were here for the first and Blake; Rudolph Bradley, -
Moonlight CruiseA Heroine Temple Crusades and were very happy with the hospitality Grand Master; Leola Thompson -
r' Order of Cyrene, met at the given. Some statedit ; Carey P. Bentley,Chair-
Gala Moonlight Cruise New Everglades Hotel June surpassed any place they man, John; W. DiUard, stand-
with a full course dinner and 28-July 3rd with a large de- had visited. ing left to right are: Carrie
dancing will be presented to legation from almost every The Local committee work- Lou Arnold; John S.Williams;
,.3 3 t the public on Saturday, Au- state Including the Bahama ed long and hard preparing for Estelle Beason; Howard
gust 9. This affair is being, Islands. the comfort and convenienceof Hearst; N.Willes;AudleyHIg-
sponsored by Mrs. Barbara One of the highlights of the all our guest. gs; M.Johnson;Williams Hay-
Doberson, members ofGreat- meeting was the merging of The next meeting will be es; Not shown; Robert
er Miami Elks' Temple No. Crusades and Cyrene Into one held in Boston,Mass.,in 1970. Williams, Hilton Brown andB.
769 in behalf of the Temple's body known as Lady Knight. Plan now to attend. Louise Rolle.,
_.. ""' ... "..._. -_........._._I -- Little Folks Contest. Admis-
sion: Per person $10; child- The Queen contest was held
ren $5. Casual wear. There' on the roof garden of the Ever- LAST CHANCE
will be two cocktail bars onboard hotel
glades over looking beau
Goo1worthIk for your pleasure. tiful Biscayne Bay. The
Don't forget Saturday, Au- parade was beautiful with the fo _. .
fd 71rcr fa shy... gust 9, sailing time 9 a.m. to dignitaries riding in convertibles ,

12 midnight from Jordan The Queens of the SAVE
Marsh dock, Biscayne Blvd. various states made a lovely
I I t l 1I and 14th St. picture. The banquet and UP TO
For tickets and other infor- ball were both well attended.
mation, please call 6917154, The boat cruise was enjoyed l
I r e or 7546556. by all who were able to 50OFF
get aboard. More than 100

SALAD & SANDWICH of the people were disappointed ...
GIRLS In not being able to get on LIST PRICE ONALUMINUM
] JWIllhIt the boats for the lovely cruise
L South and Central AWNINGSONLY
Miami Area that was in store for us.

$90 Week On Sunday memorial ser OOOO'1 SIZE44"x55"
See Mr. Herb vices were held at Greater :

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Of Black CapitalismFour }I


former cab drivers: per cent in gallonage over the something. If groups can I stations for similar 'ftA'%o/t
who formed a corporation here previous lessee a year agree to get together, there I It all started last year :: '' : : ,
they call Soul Brothers, Inc., earlier. is no reason why they can'l t Kirkland and eight fellow : :' : :: : : .
are proving that black capi- "If we can do it, more go in business for themselves bies decided to form a ." ,t.' ; i
talism succeeds. groups can do it," insistsR. ." to pool their resources <
The ex-cabbies are the (for Rumfle) D.Kirkland, Atlantic Richfield Co.of- economic advantage. The
officers and shareholders in 43, president of the corporation ficals, who worked with the t felt that if they were
Soul Brothers, Inc., set up I and station manager. nine original shareholders in I raise a ketty, they could
expressly to lease and operatean "They could form an orga- the venture "has been as good I a service station and
Atlantic service in the, nization to create a financial for Atlantic Richfield as il t the gasoline needed for
Liberty City section Miami., answer to many of our pro has for Soul Brothers." cabs at a discount.
The corporation can boast blems. John A. Campbell, the com Looking for a closed or
that gasoline sales in the first tt: "It proves you don't ha veto pany's Miami .district manager identified station,they
quarter of 1969 increased 120 I wait until a person gives you believes he could find_I that Atlantic Richfield 1\n :
looking for a new lessee

,,' "r-"I"\"ti '','f .,,' )'1\ ," .m\f ; 'Street station, on a main northwest cross
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...,.. ..'.). h" *, ..jt."1, tt\\ throughstreet.A .
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'SOUL' I".!;,.> ,;,. \ 'and Barry Rowland,
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f'" '1.I' '!\ J" :,,>>, 'i'1f, pany's marketing
.BROTltEItS : f" '!' ..'.;,) \"! tive in the area. As a and two part- business.
:\\r\ i".w; the Soul Brothers' Include rather
'c. Profits have Customers a
f
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::0' An" \\'t....'''', .''. ,;' fI <,. .::4J to lease a station to gas back into the high-ranking white capitalist,
., PEN..t\: "f' / ',{;; service their own for inventory Im- although the location Is in a
Q K J fi 372 : took on a bigger predominately Negro area.
'L'.t." .i the group decided to Three of the shareholdersstill
.2 .' !, ", .. a station to serve general Brother "ba own their own taxis and
: : tomers. selling"..sales of the corporation own two
: ; The Soul Brothers took
accessories othersoperatedbybtreddrtvers.
HOURS ;
:
: : the station Nov. 11 and fuU"J for every thousand .
incorporated shortly aft of gasoline sold, ex Brothers was selected be-
ward. Five of the nine
company's recom- cause "there was something
II.,... holders--each of whom level and indicating magic about it and it identi-
one share, with the has a well-rounded; fies an ethnic group of people.
91 held by the
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have since sold out at a

HR. fit.Each of the remaining AN LEY DRUGS

hold 25 shares. NEIGHBORHOOD PRESCRIPTION STORE

Others in the NW 22 Ave 691-3741
are William Johnson, 35
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cretary-treasurer;
'Y va F *war I. Johnson, 34, (no kin) r
w4+ t purchasing agent; and .

r iI. IS I Cotters, 43, the
r.p Y 'w "minister of finance."
it Kirkland says his new ,..
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doesn't take 'but of me ,
it did when I worked

/.w rwiatw. employee for somebody
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commented, "This is my
HOMER HUMPHREY Owner
Under a sign proclaiming that Soul I Brothers, Inc., is ready to serve 24 time in business for ,
hours a day, stand three of the officers and an employee of the corporation's and I think it's COSMETICS GREETING CARDS

Atlantic service station, in Miami. They are left to right, Morris Johnson, pur- holders In addition, who work to the at the PICKUP & DELIVERY 1

chasing agent; Riley Johnson, the station's mechanic; William Johnson, se-' tion as corporation
II cretary-treasurer; and R. D.. Kirkland, president and station manager. Not and earn about $200 a THUR SAT. 9 AM-9 PM SUN. 1 TO 5 PM

shown is the Soul Brothers' fourth officer, Earl Cotters, "ministerof finance." each, the group employs a J


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22 THEMIAMi TIMES Friday, July 11, 1969

IN MEMORIAMIn HOUSE OF ALBERT BAIN'S

I memory of the lateI' Mrs. Ida Williams of Goulds Mr. Joe Henry Byrd of 3421

CARDS Goulds Fla. Ave. died July 4th at his
MEMORIALS DEATHS I II Homo for the Aged, will
'" passed June 29, survivors include home. Funeral services

; a devoted friend, Mrs. be held Saturday July 12th,

MoAnn Everett. Serviceswere 330pm. in the chapel. Sur-

CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn held 'Wednesday at 3 pm, vivors include his mother;

at the House of Albert, Mrs. Susie Mae Turner; 4
The family of the late loving memory of our loving memory of our beloved perrine. sisters; Corlne, Doris,Emma

dear father and grandfather, pastor and father Mrs. Greta Brown of 4402 and Bernice; 3 aunts; Mrs.

WILLIE NW 15th Avenue died June 26, Louise Starke, Mrs. Elizabeth
GIBSON
include two Steward and Mrs. Louise;
survivors daugh-
who departed this life on earth ;
Y Ak rv Lillie Horne Byrd 2 uncles; John Byrd and
July 2 1967. I ters; Mrs, Mae ;
,
Lula Mae Brown; one son Robert Thorpe and a host of

r to Ulysses Horne, one brother, other relatives'and friends.Mr. .
Two have passed dear
father,years since God ;has called Y. 4 --. ',",,- S. J. Horne, six grands, Mrs. Verinell Benjamin of
to 5931 S. W. 64th Street died
Oreta Brown
MR. JIMJACKSONwho was shipped
you home to be with him in
heaven, around the snow departed this life July 11, Dublin, Ga. July 2nd at Jackson Memorial

white throne. We often sit and 1967 and was laid to rest July Mrs. Lillian Edcar of 2034 Hospital. Funeral services

think of when we are a- 18, may he rest in peace. NW 82nd Street died June 26, were held Monday July 7th,
you
survivors include; one daughter 200pm. at St. John A.M.E.
lone. For memory is the only ft 6
thing that Grief can call its '1 Sadly missed by the family: Mrs. Lillian Blair, one Church in South Mimal with

own. I Mrs. Melean Vickers sister, Mary McKiver. Services Rev. Curry,pastor officiating.

Mrs. Alberta Knight,daugh were held 'Thursday at Following funeral services

{ Mrs. Alice White Pinckney, ters, Miami.L. 4 p.m., at Mt. Tabor. remains were shipped to Hol-

B. Jackson, son ly Hill, S. C. for final rites

daughter"YU it...... .n".h".-....,.......... .thOC..v......., ", W Otis Jackson, son Detroit NW Mr.70th Conley Street Williams died June of 27th 767 and burial: Survivors include
MR. RICHARD SMITH Michigan. his wife; Mrs. Mattie Benjamin -

who passed on June 22, 1969 granddaughter REV JAMES A. POITIER survivors include; wife Mrs. ; 2 sons; George and
Sandra Morton
Mrs.
wishes to thank everyone who who passed to the great be- Lizzie Williams, one son,Jas.J. Thomas; 3 sisters; Mrs. VIo-

was so thoughtful and kind granddaughter, NYC yond on July 13, 1968. CARD OF THANKS Williams, one daughter, la Capers; Mrs. Rhanie Mack

during our hour of bereave- he rest in and' Mrs. Vera Williams, three
May peace The family of the late and Mrs. Eva Oliver;; 2 bro-'
ment. A special I thanks to IN MEMORIAMIn may the truth of the light; MRS. RACHEL THOMPSON brothers, Charley Williams, thers; Leroy, and Fred and a
Bain's Funeral staff..We sin- him to Cleveland Watts H.Williams
sad and loving memoryof strengthen higher The District Mother of the host of other relatives and
serely appreciate effort sister, Eva McCollough two
heights.
every friends.
our dearly departed mother, Church of Christ, Written in
put forth by those who daughters-in-law 10 grands.
com- Mrs. Essie B. Peterson of
grandmother and sister, Heaven, wish to thank the pas
forted us In hour of The Services were held Saturdayat
our sor- Children tor, officers and members for 10171 West Guava Street. In
Mt.Carmel BaptistatZp.m. Perrine died June 29th at
row.The their comforting services; the

Family IN MEMORIAMIn friends for cards, letters and Paul Black of 2061 Rutland Jackson Memorial Hospital.

Mrs. Arallne Smith wife telegrams of condolence and Funeral services were held
ra., '% Street Opa Locka, died June
aua a.r
Rosa Lee and Ethelyn, loving memory of my dearbrother the beautiful flowers. Your 29th' survivors include Saturday July 5th, 10:00 a.m.
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I r daughters and our uncle presence in our home was very mother, Mrs. Josephine Black at Hurst Chapel with

Richard, Hubert, Bertramand .r comforting and the delicious and father Luther Black; bro- Rev. Spells, pastor officiat

Eugene, sons JOHN SHAW food was highly appreciated. ther Vincent Black and a host ing. Following the funeral

who departed this life July 13, Special thanks to Elder D. J. of other relatives and friends. services remains were

1968. Millner for the fine mannerin Services were held,Saturdayat shipped to Ft. Gaines, Ga.
Just a little farther on which the service was con for final rites and burial.
CARD OF THANKSThe 4 p.m., at the Church of
t Oh, happy days that lure us ducted. To the House of Albert Christ Liberty City. Survivors include 1 daugh-

family of the late Days restfulness. and pleasure we say God bless you. ter; Mrs. Ossie Carter; 2

MRS. LILLIE MAE GARY To'all, your kindness and Willie L. Brown, of 17515 sons; Belmom and Ferdinandand

who died on March 19, 1969 All theharvesthomesofdreamland thoughtfulness shall. never be Duval St., died July 1. Sur- 2 sisters; Mrs. Rosa

wish to thank everyone who forgotten.Mrs. vivors include his wife, Ber- Brown and Mrs. Mattie Davis;

was so thoughtful during our Just a little farther on. tha; four girls, June, Cheryl, a brother; Mr. Lee Wallaceand

hour of bereavement. Special MRS. MAMIE E. ROLLE Catherine Thompson, Canessa and Harriett; one son, Mr. Robert Smith

thanks to Range Funeral who passed July 10, 1967. Mrs. Leola Brown,' sister sister Willie Jr., grandmotherMrs. RICHARDSON

Home, Mary ArlineChapter Where eternal suns ate Neices and nephews The Thompson, Ingrahamand Charlotte Webstergrandsons,
wa No. 99, O.E.S., 'Brownsville shining Jasper families Steven Alexander and Freddie King Solomon Buckins of

Baptist Church Choir No. 1, And skies are ever blue IN Williams; mother-in-law, 1900 1/2 NW 1st Place, died
The R.R. Moton Elementary MEMORIAM July 2. Funeral services will
We pray your soul Is resting Mrs. Bertha Elvia; three sis-
School family, Ivy Banks Nursing CARD OF THANKSWe be held Wednesday, July 9th
In ters
Mrs.
Till we may come to you. loving memory of our Mary Grandberry,
Guild, and the Teacher's darling wife and mother Fannie Williams,Rosena Ten- at 3 p.m. from the chapel. HL
Aides of Gladeview Ele- the family of the late survivors include a wife Willie
dell five brothers -
Sadly missed by: Myrtle ; Eugene,
BOBBIE LEE WRIGHT
mentary School. Thank you for Rolle, Corrine Bullard, E.rl' Ervenzell, Brown, William Maea; mother-in-lawMrs.
your car donations, food and MILLER Bell Frank Bell Willie Daisy Brady, other relatives -
other Evelyn Reedy, Edna Sands, wish to thank all the friends ; one aunt,
donations. and
Again we friends.
Rosena Glover other relatives
Carolyn Rolle, daughters ; -
; and
neighbors for all
thank your
you. Frank Rolle, son and friends. Services George W. Harvey, of 127
Evelyn Moss sisterGrandchildren kindness in our hour of sor- were held Saturday at 2:30 NW 9th St. died July 3rd. Re-
row. A special thanks to Rev.A. '
The Family mains will be
shipped Wed-
relativesand p.m. at the chapel in Perrine.
,
I Mrs. Catherine Jones, friendsIN OwG r, ra. D. Hall and members of nesday, July 9, at 9:45 to the
,
Mrs. Emma Jones, Ebenezer United Methodist Mrs. Geneva Butts of 1368 Elliott Funeral Home,Albany: ,

Miss Louise Gary, Church and the ushers of New NW 63rd St. died June 30th. Ga. His survivors include one

,, daughters MEMORIAM Providence Missionary Baptist Survivors,include a husband, daughter, four sons, two sis

\ Richard, Stephen and r- Church for their prayers. Willie; three sisters, Effie ters and three brothers,other

Adolphus Gary, sons To Rev. Wm. Butler for his Robinson, Naomi Jackson,and relatives and friends.
and the House of Al- Elnora Jenkins aunt
prayers ; one Mrs. Samuel J. Cooper, of 1833

bert. Thanks again. Annie Fuller; three nephews: NW 3rd Ave.died July 4th.Remains -
IN MEMORIAM Willie, Charles andOscar
were shipped July 9th
Mr. and Mrs. Machanic and Robinson. Mrs. Butts
was to the
"Thinking of You"This Dlmery & Rogers Fun-
__ ...._ MAE DAVE family shipped to Deland Florida
-- on
eral home, 601 East Main St.
who departed this life July 2, Mrs. Almira Miller,sister- Saturday. ,
Kingstree, S. C.His survivors
1966. in-law Everett Garrett of 1832 NW
include a wife Christine five
Gone but not forgotten 68th Terr died ,_ ;
may July 5th. Sur-
daughters three
we1 she rest in peace THANK YOU vivors include a son, Eddie; James Cooper, ; five sonsa brothers, father,,
three sisters
Agnes Mack of
seven sisters and other rela-
William Davis, Sr., husband MRS. JULIA LEE MOOREis Tampa; Annie Saunders of tives.

Ethelyn Oliver and Patricia extending thanks to her Gainesville; Nettie Brown of
Moss many friends church Eloise Smith, of 1375 NW
daughters mem- Ft. Lauderdale two brothers
William Davis Jr. bers, Willing Workers club Fred ; 65th St. died July 6th.Funeral
SOil and Byrd of Tampa;other services

I _neighbors_ ,members.. of Mt.iaoor relatives and f r i and s.. Spr. are incomplete.Mrs. .
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IN MEMORIAMIn Baptist Church for vices will be heldonSaturday,

prayerscardsdonationsandtelegrams July 12th at 3 Emma Brown of21143SW
at
p.m. Greater
MRS. JULIANN LAKES loving of our
memory
during her illness Macedonia Baptist Church. 117th Ave. Goulds, died
dear mother, Special thanks to my pastor July 7th.Survivors include two
who departed this life July ,,_ ______, Fred Pickett
.. ---- .--..---- ..*..v". f n. a t', ijiuwu n. 10,1968. for 67th St., died July 5th. Survivors Williams
serving meHolyCommunion Rosetta Young 12
-
Gone from those who loved ;
quality was one that are his wife Willie
Mae
and thanks to ; grandchildren 25 nieces
doctor 20
my ; ,
but not ,
Carl Anthony Barker pos- her, forgotten. Dr. one sister, Laura; two half-
E. Edwards. Words can- nephews, other relatives and
sessed even at his young age. brothers Earnest and I
Rev.
not express thanks. lam friends Services will be
my held
I It is a quality to be respected The Goff Family Samuel WoodardjServiceswiU
I and still recuperating at home, Saturday,July 12, at Mt. Pleasant -
admired. be
1472 NW 68th Terrace. Pray- held on Saturday, 3 p.m. in .

.. I know a smile I love to see, ing that God will able me to be the chapel, Liberty City. I

A voice I love to hear, THANK YOU with you all soon. Continue to FRANCIS FUNERAL
t I know a hand I love to hold, pray for me.ANTIABM. Mrs. Mollle Knott of 2460

A presence I love near, The family of the late NW 63rd St. died July 2. Sur- HOME

I know a heart- loving RALLY vivors include one daughter, This is to inform the
heartThat's CARL A. BARKER Mrs.Bell YarbroughjServices

i I' thoughtful, fine and who passed Wane: 16 would like t v .'.1. hA, .1 .. SUNDAYThe will be held Thursday, 1 p.m. public that the Francis
,\ true, to thank 'all of you for your .J.-': .. New Party of Florida at the chapel, Liberty City. Funeral Home is now .

I know them all,and love them prayers, kindness,flowers, MRS. mENEARDELLKELLY will sponsor a rally: "ABM" Mrs. Gretchen Sweeting of temporarily located at
The Road to Oblivion
all and ? Sun. 2226 NW 49th St. died
cards. Special thanks to July 5. the
I who departed this life July 1L July 13 at 8 at the Richardson Fune-
p.m. Bay- Survivors
include
For they belong to you! Manker-Milton Funeral Home a husband,
Carll! My Dear. Live Oaks Nursing Home Staff 1967. front Park Auditorium. Alford; four sons,Arthur Lee, ral Home, 4500 NW 17th
Gone but not
forgotten. Guest will be JackD.
Mother, Mrs. Elizabeth and Private Duty neighborsand speakers Edward Lee, Alfred Sweeting, Avenue. Mr. Franciscan

Strickland, friends and Mr. and Mrs. The Family D'Alemberte. Gordon,and Rep.Dr. JeremyJ. Sandy Jr.,Jame? Sweeting,Jr.three be contacted at
Father Mr. Willie Williams daughters, Hattie Brown
Leroy
,
I' Strickland Eleanor, daughter Stone. Johnnie Mae Hunt, Mable, 1437 NW; 56th St.. Phi
Alfred, Howard Harold Donations for the affair are 6916102. -
Hines.
I Brothers and sisters The Strickland Family Arrangements are Incomplete -
Clifford and Granville,sons $1. .
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I THE MIAMI TIMES Friday July 11 1969 i---23

IN MEMORIAM YOUNG'S ...... .- --'-.......-.................--,-'-.. ,.. .---.-.........-, -- '-...---.-,.,, ,
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In loving memory of our # il: 2
isll1 loved one Mrs Ossie Thomas 20930
NW 30th Ct., Opa-locka, died
h Monday, July 7th at Palm
t- Springs General Hospital, ALWAR'S
rr
; Hialeah Remains will
4la shipped Friday, July 11 to bee
Georgetown Funeral Home,
Georgetown, Ga. Funeralser
s.th w vices will be held in Abbie-
:the ville, Ala. Survivors include
ld two sons: Ulysses and Freddie t..
of ; three daughters, Mary ,
Norris, Annie Marna, Willie '
3.of Maude Harris; two brothers,
ofd Addis and Cornelius Grlms-
- 'wo\:: ,# \' """ ,f.il %, ley; three sisters, Annie Mc-
'11S CHARLES DEAN Roy, Clory Green, Morley Si- :; t
!t ney; other relatives. IN CONCERT 1
,
this life 12
" who departed July _
1958. Mr. James Lowe and the
th, Gone, but not forgotten.Mae IN MEMORIAM, Senior Choir of Bethel Apos-
" tolic Temple, invite you to an k 'H .. _
' Dean, wife In loving memory of evening of song on Saturday, ', _
l's sS Wilfred and Ramon, brothers July 26, 8 p.m.at Bethel Apos- SCOTCH- BOWLS Flanking their "banner of victory" members of the"
Clementine Davis, sister tolic Temple, 2310NW58thSt.Bro. .
Ie Charles Minus is minis- Dewar's "White Label" Scotch bowling team of Buffalo, N. Y. accept congratulations

l'd ter of music and Mother D. for scoring well in this year's National Bowling Association tournament .,

I- RANGEMrs. Akins is pastor. in Atlantic City. The team consists of, from left: Andrena Moss, Ethel

II.k Lizzie Armstrong, of Kelly, Grace McGinnis, Mary Bell and Mattie Anderson. Preferring the con-

.' 828 NW 65th St., died July 7th SOCIAL mDUII .',,)\SECUgt gratulations are Roy Dixon (with glasses), salesman for Erie Liquor Co. of
a at her home. She is survivedby 'UII/. Tr
,d three'daughters, Isabelle .""I.000.00.0000 i,, Buffalo, and Schenley Imports Co. National Representative Leon A. Puryear.

Bacon, Minnie Johnson and JOHN QPU8L1C
,f Lillian Holly; two sons, Ernest MASONS MEET
:
:1.
n and Rev. Robert Armstrong .. r, Y!' 31''.1. P'i South Eastern Matrons and
,t ; nine I grands ,and other rot SOCIAlS! rrit : Patrons O.E.S. working under

l. relatives. Funeral services Q. I receive social security the protection oftheM.W.U.G.
l.I.d will be conducted on Thurs- ..... benefits on my husband'srecord. Lodge Free and accepted Ma-
I.o day, 3 p.m. at the Mt. Zion "' I I applied for Medicare, son of Florida jurisdiction-
Baptist Church, Rev. Edward PAMELA G. WILLIAMSwho and my Medicare card has his P.H.A., Rudolph Bradley 33
Graham, pastor officiating.Mrs. social security number on It. degree Grandmaster, will
1 Nancy Brown of 1040 departed this life June 25, Since I have a social security meet Sunday, July 13 at 3:30at
3t NW 58th St. died July 4th at 1957. number of my own, shouldn'tmy the Progressive Temple
Jackson Hospital. Survivingare You stole away to Jesus 12 card have my number rather 48th Street and 27th Ave. Ma-
a daughter, Mrs. Lillie years ago and left our heartsin than his? trons, pass matrons and patrons
Mae Cromoty and a sister, severe sadness and grief. A. No; since you receive your newly elected
Mrs. Estella Dennis. Friends But it pays to know and serve benefits on your husband's_president request your pre-
1 may call at the funeral home I Jesus whatever betide. record, his number must be on sence. Won't you please come
t on Thursday, after 2 p.m to your Medicare Card.Q. and help make plans for the ,
. pay their respects. On Friday Sleep on dear in Jesus. We I will be 65 in July but I summer.
> morning, she will be shippedto love you, but the Master loves do not plan to retire until De- Your president, Sis. Mir-
Gainesville, Fla., where ;'you best. cember. Should I wait until rllda Owlford,.Matron of New- :
services will be held Sunday, December to file my retire- light Chapter. MR. LESTER ALBERT, OWNER
2 p.m at the Ft. Clarke Baptist Mother and Family ment papers?
r Church. A. No. You should file two curity. Our service will be remembered long after
I Mrs. Vera McClendon, --- ------ or three months before you are A: When you reach age 62, price has been forgotten. So in your hour of
l of 4650 NW 23rd Ct., Apt. C, 65. Your application for retirement you will be eligible for social bereavement, call I
died July 5th. She Is survivedby MIAMI TIMES payments is also an security on your son's record; I!
two daughters, Mrs. Doro- application for Medicare. By but you will need to file evi-
thy Mason Bryant and Mrs. filing early your health insur- dance of his support. The evidence I House of AlbertWhere
Gertrude DuPont; four sons, ADS DON'TCOST ance coverage under Medicare must be filed within two
Samuel, William, Walter and will be effective the month years of the date of your son's service begins and never ends
Eddie; several grandchildren, you are 65. death. The folks at your social THREE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
including Linda McClendon, Q. My son died last year.He security office will be glad to
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and a brother, James Whit- was my only source support. assist you in filing evidence of OPA
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conducted on Saturday, 1 p.m. .. .
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MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN' THE
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vived by his'parents, Mr. and until 4 p.m. at the funeral DriveCall APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.. I
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nest, Leroy and Rollie Gris- p.m. Saturday. He will be 5770 NW 15th AVENUE ., ,,. (
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Roger} four sisters, Addle Nellie Blocker, six grand-
Travis, Bertharlne Brown, children and a sister, Mrs. GOD GOD'S
Roberta West and Essie Mae Daisy Bell Williams.Remains
May. Funeral services will beheld will be shipped on Thursdayto SENT MESSENGER
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24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 11, 1969 '

KELLY'S CHAPEL :

.a L La Rev. W. H. Butler,pastor .
Marie Carr, reporter
There will be a tea at the z
borne of Sis. Winnlfred John

son on July 11th. proceeds
will go towards Men's Day.
The address is 1035 NW 58th
Sv
I Terrace. The time is 8 p.m.

The Hallandale Spiritual
Singers will render services
r
here on Sunday evening, July
13th at our 7 p.m.worship service ,

;pie iou 3Jn (1l!t unIi 'unilnu Come out and hear the + t r ;li liz P o
gospel in song. This, too, is in i I
behalf of Men's Day.

The fashion tea held by the I
. Senior Citizens HonoredThe
Bethany Wesley Service Guild will be II
held at the church from 4 to 6 I
Senior Citizens of Bethany light of the evening with JudgeL. '
Seventh-Day Adventist E. Thomas toastmaster. p.m. on August 24th.
Church were royally honored Other participants were Mrs. "Wear Your Thing" a fashion I I

at a Golden Age Banquet held Julia Gerce, Mrs. Erycina show given by the youth of r
Saturday, June 28 at 8:30: p.m. Jones, Mrs. Maggie James, the church will be held on Sun I I < 3Y
The Brownsville cafetorium Mrs. Vivian Long, Mrs.Haro- day, August 10 at the Bonded ..wd
was the setting for this affair. lynn Storr, Elder G.H. Taylor, Rental Agency, 4150 NW 7th I I a
Elder R. L. Woodwork and the Ave. Donation: Adults $1.00 ,d
1/11' Guest of honor included 16 guest speaker, Elder C. C. and children 75(. -,- --
citizens of advanced years Cunningham We were happy to have with
ranging from 75-90. These The producers of this affair us the Honorable Judge W. H. The White Singers at Christian Valley

senior citizens all received was the Bethany Seventh Day Herin and his charming wife,

telegrams, corsages, floral Adventist Ushers' Board. the Rev. Tom Obenauer and Elder A. Ford,pastor family. Also their special There will be a musical program
arrangements and purses. Mr. Herbert Long is chairman wife from Carol City Methodist Blondie Higgins,reporter guest will be the Little Shadows on this Sunday afternoonat
The program was the high- of the ushers' board. Church, and Dr. and Mrs. 5431 Mayo St. 'Hollywood formerly of Jackson the church.featuringthe
Hoyt during our organ dedica There will be a great musical ville. They are all about the Semainars of Ft. Lauderdale.

MEMORIAL TEMPLE HEWMT.MORIAH. tion. Dr. Tatum delivered a program on this Friday same age. We are asking the The Mother Ford Chorus and
beautiful sermon including night at Christian Valley,featuring public to come out and help us others will participate at 3
Rev I. C. MIcklns,pastor origin of the organ. the White Singers of send these young people back
Lucille Beckett, reporterAll Rev A.L. Shipp,pastor Let us pray for and visit Jacksonville. This group consists home. They will Journey on p.m.Pray for the sick and shut-
roads will lead to Memorial Sin Evelyn Souter, reporter Sis. Ruby Delancy, !and one of of a minister and his Saturday back north. ins.

Temple Baptist Churchon f your youth, Amos Mitchell,
Sunday, July 13th at 3 p.m. both are at Jackson Memorial
The first unit, the chapel of HosDltal.' j: EW MACEDONIMT.. TABOR MT. CARMEL
the newly organized church of The Women's Society of
four months will be dedicated. Christian Service will observeIts Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor Rev. James Hendon,pastor Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor

This new building, of colonial anniversary on Sunday, Willie J. Beard, reporterThe Wilhelmina B.Sands,reporterLast Sis Louise McGriff, reporter
annual Battle of Songs five converts
July 20th. Sunday,
architecture was built by the
,
j between choir No. 2 of Greater
for
pastor, Rev. I. C. MIcklns. came up membership There will be a tea on Sunday
MT. OLIVETTEThe New Macedonia and Choir through the Christian ex
The sermon of dedication afternoon at the home of
No. 2 of Greater New Bethel
will be delivered by the Rev. perience.The Bro. and Sis. .Wiggins, given
Edward T. Graham, pastor of Liberty Savings Club Baptist Church, Opa Locks, pastor extends his appreciation by the No. 4 Ushers' Board,
will be held
Mt. Zion Baptist Church. The will celebrate their 25th anni- on Sunday afternoon to the members from 3-5 p.m. The address is
church is located at 16600NW44th versary this Sunday at 3 p.m. at 3 p.m. This Battle of friends who helped make the 9411 Little River Blvd. You
Ct., ad jacent tothe Florida The Youth Choir will furnish Songs will be held at Greater ministers and deacons union and yours are invited.
Memorial College, and the the music. Mr. Yorick Kempis New Macedonia, 3165 NW 56 success. This meeting was On Friday night at thee
Street. Some of the most out held at the church during th
Palmetto Expressway, president. church, Sis. Nancy Williams
The church has acquired Miss Kathleen Morley, one standing choirs and groups of week of June 27-30. will be having the 12 keys.
21/2 acres where theyplan to of the tin 'young ladies of our the city will appear as guest The Boy Scouts of the church Come and get a key of under-
build a million dollar religious SUNDAY SPEAKER ,church, will be the educational artists. Come out and support will take a trip to Pirates standing. Time 8 p.m. This is

complex. Within this complex, REV L. JOHNSON speaker on Thursday night, your favorite choir and enjoyan World, Saturday, July 12. On in behalf of the No. 1 choir.
will be a main sanctuary which Ushers' Board No. 1 will July 17on the educational program evening of good gospel Sunday, July 13,they will leave The 3rd Sunday the Deacon
will seat 1,500 worshippers. begin celebrating their 26th ( of the Atlantic Coast sin president for summer camp in Sebring, and Deaconess will have their
Religious( education facilities anniversary this Friday nightat 1 Baptist Association Sunday The of officers and Florida, where they will remain anniversary on Friday bight
members Ushers'
which will accommodate 2,000 8 p.m. with Rev.Cherry and School and B.T.U. Congress, Bd. No. for one week. July 18. They will have a musical -
1 will
Sunday school pupils. congregation of Antioch M.B. convening in Florida City. All Seventh begin observing their The pastor is asking all vacation program, the 3rd Sun:
The program of the church Church of New Liberty City i members of the Youth Choir Anniversary on Fri- Bible school workers day afternoon the Rev. Ste-
day night before the third Sunday
will be geared for worship and and will climax Sunday at >are asked to attend rehearsals and interested members and verson will deliver the message

I extensive program of religious 3 p.m. with Rev. ,F, L. Johnson in preparation for the and afternoon.concluding on the third. friends to meet with him on Come and be with us.We
Sunday The
education. A Baptist stu- and congregation of dent center to accommodate Brownsville Baptist Church No. 2 Choir of Mt. Oli and/or program for this In the conference room. on last Sunday.
students from nearby Florida After this service refresh-, vette will celebrate their 19th occasion will be announced on Please pray for Mrs. Allle Pray for the sick and shut-

i I Memorial College,an employ ments will be served.The pubi i anniversary July 23 and 27th. next The week.women's department Mae Speed and all other sick: in and those who have lost

ment agencycreditunionnursery lie is invited to hear these two The programs will feature various will be members. Visitors are always one of their loved ones. Pray
selling dinners at the
\ and kindergarten, com- fiery ministers. i choirs and groups of the church every Saturday that the welcome at Mt. Tabor. for the boys in Vietnam. Visitors

munity service organization, There will be an after ser- and adequate parking.Rev. vice program this Sunday night Male Chorus is sponsoring
until Women's Day Ladies
i C. Mickins, pastor, sponsored by Sis. E. Souter. a bus trip to Key-Wes t remember the meeting forWomen's ST. MARY'SRev. ZION HOPE
founder, and builder, states Rev. J. Toles and congre- 'on August 16th. See any mem-
,that he would like very much gation of Berea Baptist will of the male chorus for tickets. Day will be held on H. V. Stuart,paste
Monday night (after the second H. E. Wallace Rev. Paul Freeman,pastor
for the church to become a render services July 18th at Wedding bells are really in reporter Bessie Williams
Sunday) each month. Plan During the 11 ,reporter
vital force in the community. 8 p.m. sponsored by Sis. S.V. i iSlmpkins. ringing around Mt. Olivette. now to attend this all-impor the Junior choir a.m.will services, There will be a bar-b-que

Memorial Temple is growing We have several coming upOn tant meeting Sis. Jerollne I song services and the render sale Saturday, July 12, at the
The No. 1 Choir will cele- July 27 Maxine Louise sermon
rapidly, it has become Dade's church
Jones, General chairman;Sis. will be delivered sponsored by Sis. Powell
fastest growing c h ur c h. A brate their anniversary July 1 Humes, daughter of Mrs.Eliza Dorothy Tlllman,co-chair George Burns. by Rev. in behalf on Women Day.
There
24 25 and will become the bride will also
family man is also Rev. Mick- 27. Ins. He has a lovely wife, An- Please pray for world 'of Mr. Olin Eugene Bogan, im. The DeaconessandStewdress come by and help her make her
del, and a son, Isaac, .Jr.l peace, all our sick, shut-ins, mediately following the morning Union sale a successful one.
Sis. M.Brown who is Cedars i worship. EBENEZER will meet at St.
Hospital bereaved families Plan to visit us real son Mary's Sunday at 3 p.m. All Tuesday night immediatelyafter
1 Rev. Aaron D. Hall, pastor members are asked to please prayer meeting, there
GREATER Sis. Henderson's sister who is
E. Ingram, reporterThe be present. will be a program sponsoredby
w' BETHELEHEM very ill in West Palm Beach, Annual Men's Day has Don't forget the dinner sales Choir No. 2. They are ask
and those in the Armed Ser-
Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor vices. Visitors NEW HOPE been launched,with Mr.Len- sponsored by the Women's day ing the support of all to come
Mary Hopkins, reporter welcome. are always nls Johnson serving as chair committee every Saturday at out and help them make their
Come one come all] There Rev. H. C. Samuels,pastor man. Mr Dewitt McKinney the church. For delivery call program a success.
will be a pie and a bar-b- Patricia Gowen, reporterThe Mr. Harvey Ross, co-chair- 7581601. All Juniors are asked to be
que sale here at the church MILLROCK Pastor's Aid Club will i men and Mr. Lloyd Brown, The Sunday School wi have present at the church Friday

: Saturday, July 12, given by celebrate their anniversaryon secretary. The men are In- banner day, July 13. Parents evening at 5:30: sharp for re.
l.. < the Home Mission and Pas Rev. Andrew Jackson, pastor this Sunday at 3 p.m. Rev., spired for a greater and better please send your children out hearsal. Business of importance

,. tor's Aide Club, Sis. E. Jackson, reporter Williams will deliver the mes- Men's Day. They are planningand early The teacher's contest Bro. Arthur Jackson,
'r It your soul need reviving There will be a musical tea sage at this hour. We are asking putting forth projects In is still on, support your favorite president; Sis. Pauline Davis

then make plans to attend and Sunday from 4 to 6 p.m. at the that all of you come out and 1 order to reach their goal. teacher. directress

1 hear Rev. G. W. Phillips of church sponsored by Sis. E. enjoy the program with us. Dinners will be on sale Sati Cupcakes are being sold Remember the sick, shut-
) Ft. Lauderdale. Dates to remember Jackson. There will be a program On the third Sunday of this i urday, July 12 at the church for every Sunday after church. in and members of bereaved

are July 14-18,pray on Tuesday night, sponsored month, the Rev. A. D. Hall, the benefit of Men's Day. Call Please help your Sunday families in your prayers.
: er meeting and July 21-25, bySls.Ferguson.Every-. and congregation of Ebenezer 374-5506 for a dinner. School.
,1 I preaching. one is Invited. Methodist Church will worshipwith On Sunday night, July 13, Congratulations to Becky -
Members please attend We were glad to have Sis. us at our evening services we are to worship in an after- ,Ingram and T.Adderly on their ST. MATTHEWSYou
your auxiliary meetings. Velma Evans out with us last This service is in behalf service at the First Baptist marriage July 12. are cordially invited to

Ushers' Bd. No. 1 request Sunday night for she has been of the homecoming pro Church, Opa-locka, the Rev, Our sympathy to Sis Rebecca our annual Guest Sunday, July
your presence at a tea, Sun on the sick list for a goodwhUe. gram. W. J. Macon, pastor, Kemp and Sis.Birdie Mack. 20th. During the morning ser

day July 13, at'the home of We are glad to have home i Thursday, July 17, the Wo- Our sick and shut-ins are the vices, our guest preacher will
Mrs. Jess, 599 NW 47th St. We are still asking for the from the hospital, Bro. WilUePhillips. i men's Society of Christian same. Eugene Hunter, son of be Rev.WashingtonJUsothere
Let BS pray for the sick and prayers for the sick and shut- please pray for the i Service is sponsoring its annual Rev. and Sis Gladstone Hun- will be a one act drama, entitled

) shot-in. Oar sick is Dea. Ho- ins.Don't sick, shut-ins, bereaved and I Queen Contest One of the ter, Sr. Is in Mt. Sinai Hos- "Nicodemus.; You can't
> ward DeLaughter and Sis. forget to come to our men in the armed ser women of the society will be pital. Let us pray for all sick afford to miss this treat.

Kirkland who! is in Baptist church on Sunday and have vices. Visitors' are always, crowned queen. Let us not forget and visit them. Visitors are Please plan to spend the day
Hospital your faith lifted. welcome. the sick and shut-ins. always welcome at our church. '



THE MIAMI TIMES, Frd! lay, July 11, 1969 25

MT. SINAI NEW HOPE ST. LUKE M.B.

Rev. Cleo Albury,Jr.,pastorB.
Bishop Supports Boney,reporter Rev. W. E. Sims,pastor Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor
Kathleen Streeter
Vacation Bible School now Elaine Gilbert,reproterThe reporter
meeting for our revival
in through July 18th. Sunday School and Prayer -
progress
From 9 to 12 noon Mon- B.T.U. Convention working services will begin Mon
a.m. ,
Black ManifestoThe day through Friday. Children under the Jurisdiction of the 'day night, July 21 through July
:25. Preachlngaervlces will
classes and also Rev. Alburyis Seaboard Baptist Association
-- -- -- -
in charge of the adult class. of Florida, Rev. W. H. Edwards ]begin July 2 through August.
Right Reverend John "We The Rev. T. J. James of Tam-
deplore the resistanceof moderator to convene
,
new, which are committed to On Friday night, July 11th, ,
Douglas ,Bright, Sr., presiding the white churches to the legitimate this end." at 8 the church will go with the New Providence Mis- !pa will be the revivalist.
bishop of the First Episcopal demands of black p.m. sionary Baptist Church 760 Please plan to attend these
,
Bishop Bright red his state- with the pastor to the Me-
District of the African Metho- people for full, equal parti- ment to ministerial and morial Temple Baptist NW 53 Street, MIami, Rev C,. 'services.

dist Episcopal Church, has cipation in all the decision- lay delegates from more than Church, 16600 NW 44th Court, J. Burney, pastor, is now in The deacons and deaconesswill
come out in support of the making processes which affect those who can and will celebrate their "Finan-
600 churches of the First Opa-locka, Rev. I.C. Micklns, process "
Black Manifesto. Bishop their lives are cordially Invited. It will 'cial Effort Anniversary. The
Bishop Episcopal District. The First: pastor. Choirs Nos. 1, 2, 3-
read a statement favoring Rev. Cleo of Mt. Sinai
Albury
Bright
Bright asserted. climax on Sunday July 13.
Episcopal District is com- and the Juniors are expectedto ,
provisions of the con- Baptist Church will be the
Plan now to attend.
posed of the states of Massa- him. Everyoneis
accompany
troversial document at the recent "We Let not to attend 'speaker. This program will beheld
pledge ourselves to chuetts, Rhode island, Con- invited to Join in this Chris us forget '
First Episcopal District use our good offices, our re- necticut, New York, New Jer- tian fellowship. Bible class each Thursday at on the fourth Sunday in

planning Conference, meetingin sources and influence to con- sey, Delaware, northeastern The BTU invites you to attend 8 p.m. Visitors are always this month at 3 p.m. Thankingyou '
St. James A.M.E. Church, tinue our work in the black Pennsylvania, and Bermuda. its services each Sunday welcome. in advance from the presidents -

Atlantic City, N.J., June 26- community to gain freedom, Bishop Bright has been Invited afternoon at 5:30 p.m.Planned Please pray for our sick and : Deacon W. F.Covington -
27,1969. Justice and shut-in and all mankind. and Sis. Evelyn Davis.
for
equality our to attend and address a programs await your partici- ,
"The Black Manifesto," people. We pledge support for Black Power Conference in pation.

declared Bishop Bright, those organizations, old and Bermuda, July 9-11, 1969. Let us continue to spread BIBLE CHURCHOF NEW BETHANYRev.
"rightly demands that the .
hin t .1. k GOD
some suns e o our s&" aiu
churches demonstrate in fact Robert Walker, pastor
shut.Ins. Bishop E. E. Rahming, pastor
their commitment to the es- Young People's Dept.,. O.E.S.The ----- Shirley Cooper,reporterWe You are welcome to worshipwith ..

tablishment of economic Justice GRACE would like to thank those us at New Bathany M.B.

for blacks whose years of Young People's Dept. Job of conducting this meeting.The that came out to be with us on Church, the "little wooden
slavery, degradation,and con- of Bethlehem Grand Chapter program was fascinating.It PRESBYTERIAN the first. 'church upon the hill" We are

tinued exploitation have O.E.S. and Florida Jurisdiction touched the lives of our Rev. W. F. Savoy,pastor We invite you to come out and 'happy to announce that Rev

contributed significantlyto Dr. C. B.Nelson Daniels, everyday living. The topic Let us attend our evangelism be with us in our missionary Robert Walker has been

the wealth of the churchesand Grand'Worthy Matron and International was "How to Bridge the Gap training meeting this Sunday service on Sunday. Sunday called to the pastorage of New

the society. The churches Grand Worthy Between Parent and Child- evening at 7 p.m.,conducted School begins at 10 am., morning Bethany M.B. Church.
must lead the way in making Matron, communicated their ren." it was a great Joy to by the Campus Crusade for worship 11:30a.m.and We welcome Rev. and Mrs.
to black 4th Grand Session on Satur- listen to the Robert Walker and to
family
restitution people youth express Christ. We are in the nroress missionary service at 3 p.m.
through the allocation of mas- day, June 28th at the Youth themselves on this topic. of studying a little booklet All missionaries and friendsare | be a part of us.

sive financial resources to Camp, Pomona Park, Fla.The called "The Four Spiritual asked to come out and be Order of services: Sunday
black communitites to be used session was well attended with The next session will beheld Laws." This helps each of us with us.You School. 9:30 morning

for the economic developmentof youth and Juniors from all over next June on the beautiful Echo to, be come "soul-winners", are cordially Invited to worship -- 11 a.m., evening

these communities. the state. Lake Pomona Park, Florida. "fishers of men," as we become be with us in Bible Class on worship. 6:45 p.m. prayer

The Grand President, Miss Mrs. C. Carnegay is worthy trained to win someoneto Tuesday night at 8 p.m. Bring meeting and Bible class is held

Miriam Fort, did a marvelous matron. Christ. the sick and troubled in mind. on Wednesday night at 8 p.m.

ANTIOCH Two weeks of vacation Bible Jesus will answer your sin We hope to see you in ser-

Rev. P. W. Wiggins,pastor DRAKE ST. PETER'S A.O. School will begin Monday,July cere prayers. May God bless vices on Sunday.
3530 This
14' from n.m. and keep you.
Dinettie Cobb,reporter, Rev. J. W,Dunn,pastor CHURCHCanon training school will be for
Remember to attend Junior Charles Cooper,rector from the 4th
Mrs. N. T.Green,reporterThe youth grade and ANNOUNCEMENTChoir
Church meeting every Satur- Elizabeth Bain, reporter up. It's free and we need both CHRIST

day at 4 p.m. Business of vi- Juniors thank Mrs. Morning services will begin pupils and adult assistants.. No. 2 of Greater New
tal importance. at 8:30 a.m. starting Sunday, Canon T. R. Gibson,rector
Evelyn Smith and her com- Our Sunday morning ser- Macedonia M.B. Church will
Anyone interested in join- mittee for the delicious repast July 13th and continue through mon will be on the book of Antoinette SUva, reporterIt's be in a Battle of Songs with
Tithing time again! On'
ing the Senior Missionary So- October. Please rememberthe
served them on last Wed- Numbers. Choir No. 2 of Greater New
ciety, please attend meetingthis change and inform othersso Sunday, August 10th, we are' Bethel M.B. Church, Opa

Monday at 7 p.m.Also the nesday night. everyone can come out on asking each member to giveat 1 Locka, on the second Sunday
much that
We regret very SHILOHRev. least one-tenth of their income
Society will cele- time. Sunday school will begin
Missionary in
; July (July 13)).
met with
William
Tripp
brate this Sunday, July 20th at Bro. after service. A, M. Griffin, pastor toward the building This annual affair will be
3 p.m. The guest speaker will an accident on his job. We are Birthday wishes are extended Sis. Cheryl English, reporter: fund. Please give generously;' held at I Greater New Macedonia -,
to have him attending services Thursday night at 8 the in order that we may complete' -
be Rev. N. ,Strange. to members with July pm, M.B. Church, 3165 NW
Remember to attend BTU again. birthdays. pastor is asking the church at t the building soon. 56th Street. A cordial Invitation -
every Sunday at 5:30 p.m. Our hearts burned within us Our excursion to Key West large to go with him to First t A memorial service will bEheld 1 is extended to each and
as Rev. Armstrong broughtthe beautiful The Baptist Church of Opa-locka,, for the late William C.
a success.
On Thursday, July 17, the was everyone to attend and support
message to us on Sunday Rev. Macon pastor in behalfof t Baggs on Sunday, August 10th,,
pastor is asking the entire St. Monica's Guild, knowing | your favorite choir. Deacon
church to accompany him to night. We are always happy to everyone enjoyed themselvesto Rev. Macon's anniversary. 1969, The service will take
have him visit us. Rev. Arm- 16th the at Christ Church and be-
the fullest wishes to thank On July Home Mis- place
New Macedonia Baptist Henry L. J e ffe r s o n,president -
Church. strong ,is a long tim friendof you for Joining us.Men's sion will have a program.Sin gin at 5 p.m. The public is invited .
Bro. Tripp and Sister Knapp is president.The to pay their respects.
Zio Ross will have a pie sale Day Program, sponsored ,
Green. church is praying for Get well wishes are ex-
Mr.Herman Perry
at his home, 3020 N. W. 70th by HOPEWELL
Terrace 12 in behalf of The church family mourns will be held July 27th at 4:00. Sis. Mollie Jones who has: tended to Mrs. Mercay Baker,
July wishingto with Bro. and Sis. George Everyone is welcome, bring death In her family. She has; Mr. Clarence Bethel and Mr.\ Rev. J. J, Sheffield, pastor

our Youth Day.Anyone call OX Gamble and family in the loss your family and friends. gone to, Virginia for the final I Daniel McKenzie. Carleather Sheffield,reporterThe
purchase a pie
12845. may of their loved one. Our prayers go out to Mrs. rites. Junior Choir will celebrate -
The pastor's aid will meet Let us remember to visit their Second Anniver-
who is expecting
On 25th we will L, Johnson
July
Friday, with Sis. Betty Salter, 1176 surgery in the near future and and pray for our sick and shut- MT. AARON sary beginning Thursday,July
annual Youth
Day
begin
our NW 46th Street on Sunday at Robinson who is in members. 10th at 8 p.m. with Shiloh's
with the Mr. Stanley
activities.of It Miss opens Antioch. 4 p.m. Plans will be made for greatly ill at present. Rev. O.L. Sample, Jr., pastor Junior Choir. Friday night,
crowning
our anniversary on the second for sick Sis. B. Ponds reporterThe Greater Bethel's Junior Choir
This event will be held on Continue to pray our ST. MATTHEWSRev. ,
Sunday in August. and shut-in. pastor wishes to thank; of Opa-locka, will be the guest.
Friday night. On Sunday, July Please continue to visit and Randall,pastor all the Parishioners for com- Closing Sunday afternoon will

be 27,Miss our Brenda morning McQueen.speaker will Our pray for the sickand shut-ins. JORDAN GROVi Wyndell Turner,reporter ing out to service last Sundayand be the Rev. Freddie Johnson
request that this spirit of; and Junior Choir.
There will be a Misical
evening speaker will be Mr. Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor continue. Revival meeting will begin
Unity
Nelson Adams Jr. Our chair- NEW PROVIDENCE Eddie Gilbert reporterThe Program next Saturday nightOn
,
On the 28th of July with the
will be the Magic On Friday night,July 11,ourpastor
man for this is Mr.Ralph No. 1 Choir will spon- program
year C. J. Burney pastor Rev. D. A. Bradley preaching.
Rev. City Gray St. Singer and Bro. will deliver the Educa-
McCloud. Arsula Edwards, reporterThe sor a sale on Saturday nightat The public is invited.
Dlneic and The Little Shad- tional Message at the Sunday
Remember to pray for the Sunday School and the home of Sis.Ruby Gray, School and B.T.U. Convention
sick shut-ins and the men on 1811 NW 87th Street at 8 p.m. dower.
Convention of the Sea- TEMPLEThe
B.T.U. being held at the New Provi-
On next Sunday the pastor
the battlefield everywhere.ST. Association The pastor is,asking the entire -,
board Baptist and congregation will be the dence M.B Church. men will sponsor their
Rev. W. H. Edwards,moderator church, No. 2 choir, No. guest of the New 49th Street The Young Matrons will 1 annual dinner this Saturday at

PAUL A.M.E. is now in session at New 1 and ushers'deaconesses board all to deacons accom- Baptist Church, Rev. Stanly, celebrate their Young Martons! the church beginning at high

Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor Providence M.B. Church, 760 him on this Sunday after- pastorOn fellowship day service on the i noon. Donation is one dollar.

Mary M. Amos,reporterThe NW 53rd Srteet, Rev C. J. noon pany at 3 p.m. to First Bap- the fourth Sunday in this 3rd Sunday at Mount Aaron M. The proceeds will go toward

Third Quarterly Con- Burney, pastor, will conclude tist Church in Opa Locka.month, the Men's Day will B. Church. Men's Day.
ference will be held on Fri- Sunday at 2 p.m. Everyone is Visitors are always wel- come to a climax. The young people are mak-

day night-July 11, and Sun- cordially invited to attend. come to worship with us. Let t Don't forget to pray for the ing preparation to attend the
day July 13th. The Presiding Consecreation hour of prayer us remember the sickand I sick and shut-in. Sunday School and BTU Con- '

Elder will be in charge. The is held her at New Provi- shut-ins in our prayers. ANNOUNCEMENTYou gress of Atlantic Coast Baptist

pastor expects full coopera- dence at 5 a.m. each Sunday Association. which meets at

tion from all boards and clubs. ,morning. Why not come out and FIRST BAPTIST OFBROWNSVILLE FIRST CATHERALElder are cordially invited to New Mt. Zion Baptist Church,

Stewardess Board No.3 will get spiritually revived. A. Williams, pastorSis. attend the fourth,annual Guest t Florida City nan* waeic. ,..

celebrate their anniversary Continue in prayer for those Willie A. Crum, reporterThe Sunday, July 20,, 1969 beginning Mid. Daisy Warner, who has

on Sunday, July 13th, at 4 pm. who are sick, shut-fa, and the Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor choir is making ready at our Sunday School i been sick for more loan a

They are asking that you will bereaved. Visitors are always Donella Turner, reporter for their anniversary. The, which begins at 9:30. Morning[ month, was present worship

give them your full ,support. welcome. Preaching services for the coresident. Sis. Ware ask all[ services will begin at 11 a.m. services Sunday morning. She

Plan now to attend the Sunday revival began Monday night, members to be present t B.T.U.at 5:30'and the evening is a most faithful and loyal

School convention which MT. CALVARY July 7. The evangelist will be, Thursday night. Bro. Moses i services at 7:30 at the member of the senior ushers'

vlll convent here July' 16-19. Rev B.D.Coles,of Ft.Lauder- Puritt is director "church with the smile" St. board.,
They have planned a very nice Rev. S. Atcb1s00, stor dale pastor of Mt. Zion Bap- The pastor reports she had I, Matthews Missionary Baptist t The Men's, Day chairman,

program for the whole affair. Phyllis Beal, reporter tist ,Church The public is Invited a wonderful trip. Church, 6100 NW 24th Ave. :co-chairman and captains are

. The J. B, Epperson 'Board B.T.U. starts at 5:30 each to hear this man of God. Come one,and all the I spi- The Rev. W. H. Washington asking every member to be a

will hold its regular monthly Sunday. There'ssomethlngforeveryone. out and experience Special thanks to all our ritual Harmonizers featuringBro. ; will be the guest speaker of the booster for Men's Day.

meeting Sunday, July 13th at Come time. guest participants who helpedto Ottls Wright will be here i day. There is also a surprisei Miss Settye wooten and Mr.

the church., All members are an enjoyable and visit make our Youth Day pro- the 3rd Sunday In July. Keep store for you. It's a servicemat Phillip L.Williams were mar-

asked to be present.Say Please pray shut-ins.for Mrs.J. gram a success.The total sum that date in mind. you can't afford to miss. ried on June 26.The ceremony

a prayer for our sick the sick and the of the hospitaland raised was $980.90. May God Don't forget to pray for the i Let us see you there. Mrs. was performed by the Rev.,

and shut; ins and pray for their Black is now is out resting at home. bless each of you. sick and shut-ins. Arline Miller directress. 1.. A. Thompson.A.M.EQ .

recovery.




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26 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 11, 1969

Elks Calendar Was Loaded In June
It I I -
Monroe-Taylor NuptialsMiss
Atlas Lodge No. 308; Its and held initiation for 17 new his 37 year "Esquire" photo
Sandra Monroe, dau- members and officers under members on June 29th. to the lodge and it will remain
ghter of Mr.and Mrs.SeveneU the guidance of very capable The following were the Initiates property of the lodge. Ed was
Downs, became the bride of Exalted Ruler, W.O. Perry ; Howard Hlxon, Edward esquire from the years 1931-
Mr. Kenneth Ivan Taylor, son h.. experienced a full month of Rolle, Jr., Harry L. McKin- 1968.
of Mr. and Mrs.Hepburn Taylor June with meetings, Initiations ney, Joseph L. Bain, Nathaniel Sick List: Brothers, E.
of Nassau Bahamas in and entertainments.On Strachan, Haywood Darling, W. Evans and Bain.
solemn rites in Ebenezer a Tuesday evening the Johnson, Sammie L. Moore,
Methodist Church Th e brothers of Atlas treated their Ulysses Brown, Thomas J. Coming event...."Appre-
church was beautifully decorated wives and guest to a "Special Godfrey, Roy L.Flnch, Clarence ciatlon Night," Tuesday, July
with flowers and palms. Night" of fun. Coctails were E. Cleare, Percy G. 29, at the beautiful Elks'Home
The ceremony was performedby served from 7-8 p.m., dinner Brown, Norman Howard, Carl 4949 NW 7th! Avenue.
Rev. Aaron Hall. Thebridewas from 8-9 p.m. and dancing til Oliver, Kenneth A.Guy,Frank I have been requested to
given In marriage by her the wee hours. The Honorable LeGree, Sr. and B. J. Pur- remind you Brothers must
cousin Jerome Clark. Steve Clark, Mayor of the cell. These men came from wear coats or Jackets on the
She was a vision of loveliness City Of Miami was the key all walks of life. Teachers, week-ends and Ladies must
In a full length gown of speaker. Brother Perry spoke mechanic, musician, P. not wear slacks on Sundays
peaudesouie trimmed in lace. and more directly to the Next initiation date is set when visiting the Elks Rest.
The round neck of the gown ladies; informing them of the for Wednesday evening, July Jimmie Lucas, Reporter

was accented by a single duties and obligations of the 30. The special member a.. ..... ...s.......,'
strand of pearls. The head brothers. ship fee will be lifted soon .G
dress was a leaf of pearls With Brother Perry out so it is advised that men TO CHURCHSUHDAY. I,
from which a simple finger d of the City on business, Es- wishing to Join Atlas do so : : I

tip veil was attached. White temed Leading Knight, Leroy soon. .........................
and white satin shoes Johnson took over the Lodge Brother. Ed Roberts donated
gloves _______________ ._ ...............
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completed her attire. She ...-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-................... ---------
carried a satin covered bible .
tapped with a orchid, and i EARN
ribbon streamers, a gift from
her aunt, Mrs. Mildred John
flowers. Brett Sugar man ser Pre-nuptial affairs were I 40
son.Mrs. %
Dassett Freeman,matron ved as ring bearer. given by Mrs.Alex Barr, Mrs. e
of honor, wore a full The mother of the bride was Cleora Brooks, aunts of the
length gown of tangerine,white lovely in a yellow outfit and bride, Miss Jeanette Otis and i I' COMMISSION Ia
gloves, a single strand of accessories. Her outfit was the bridesmaids.The .
pearls and matching head complimented by an orchid. couple honeymooned in .
dress. The bridesmaids wore The mother of the groom the Virgin Islands and are : I
identical dresses and acces wore blue with matching accessories making their home in Nassau, .. a e 55 I
sories. The matron or honor and an orchid. Bahamas. The wedding was oh I.
and bridesmaids each carried Following the wedding directed( by Mrs. Juel Bruce : .. :
a heart-shaped nosegay co- guests were royally entertained and Mrs. Bernice T. Greene. .. itGI T .
w vered with tiny lillies of the at the Ebony Com v rE,J'c+Tsa ae q .
I valley. The nosegays were munity Hall. The eveningbeganwithchampagae ..t.,.,rt rues :
made by a D aunt, Mrs. Helen for .
Barr. The bridesmaids were all to toast the bride and the CALLING '$i3rPr
Geraldine Franklin, Rochelle groom. The toast master was RICHMOND HEIGHTS
Moss, Audrey Moss, Jeanette Mr. Charles North. Other MIAMI, HOMESTEAD, w :Ant.ten ''e
Otis, Sharon Roberts, Cynthia toasters were Mr. Barry Su- OPA-LOCKA Ch n / i s eI
Taylor, Theresa Gouche and garman, Mrs. D ocla Howell, NEEDED Managers, solas. i.,: L11Y ;; SB0
Barbara Turner. The Junior and Mrs. Louise Riley. women. We will train you t u eot aS
bridesmaids wore identical Music for the reception for positions of Holiday with ,distributors Magic. mm., ee nto eac ;.,, gUT D ;

gowns to the bridesmaids.The played by Richard Strachan, Cosmetics products. Full roe, d.. .!ns rku i / .
Junior bridesmaids were and his band. The guest were or part-time. Small Invest .. .ut n1aY, :t J,,. ; 1A.T. Mal.p. '/ r .t
Davis Estelle Barr ment brings you generous .n0 r, aeaSi q _
Wendy Cleora Brooks
I registered by commstlon, unusual op riot t
Audrey Alcorn, Sheila Saw- Mary L. Walton, and Ruth portunlty In America. Fast 1.*
.yer, Candy Williams, Bern- Copeland. Music for the wedding est growing consumer In. i '' r First you buy 11 copies of' the Miami
dette Gelanis and Hilda Bor was played by Mrs.Rich dustry. just. have good appearance : 4 .i t Times .for 99f. Sell them for 15< a
rows. ardson and soloist was Miss and Intelligentmanner. : xno t M 'pw"0 piece. You make 66< profit. with
Mr. Edward Hepburn servedas Carolyn Carey. Out of town j this profit plus your original 99f Investment -
best man. The head usher guest: Mrs. Nettie Ramsey, For Appointment .: you buy 22 more Miami
Call after 5 p.m. Times. Repeat this process untilyou
was Michael Smith. Ushers Albert Ramsey, Mrs. Myrtis
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"MYTIME" Al Jones, Miami's southpaw year, but dropped out of th<; 1 I I Jungle I II
heavyweight makes most im- standings when he was stoppe
portant start Tuesday,July 1 5 by Sonny Liston inanationall;y .
a a t Miami Beach ConventionHall televised bout. IIII BeatBy I
r> in a 10-round bout with This year, Clark has draWl
Henry Clark, San Francisco with Brian London in Liverpool '
DEAN MORGAN I
ry PHIL DIXON I heavyweight considered England and stopped, 1I 1I
I among the top five spoilers York heavyweight BoStallingsii !b' I
l. in the ring today. seven ro........."..,. ------------- --
Kx'r J'aO ; t----------rrrrrrrrr.1Ranger
- Jones, a 6-6 Goliath who Stallings, a little over a year
Miami U.S.A.was another success this year. The entertain- fights between 225230poundscomes ago, was able to go the route Lovers of TV commercials, "It's about this bunch
ment was very good and I can't see how the fireworks can get off the big bout of with Jones. awakel! Another dramette from of kids crawling all over a

better; but Til compare it with next year's show. Again, South his career. The lefthander Recordwise, Jones holds a Cape Florida is on its way to three-masted schooner, hav-
Florida, I thank you for giving a few kids a chance to go to stopped Cleveland Williams slight edge. He's 26-1-1 while your homes and hearts. ing a great time because they
camp. And I don't think that you could find any of the hundredswho in seven rounds two months Clark is 18-4-2. They have Cape Florida State Park is use this toothpaste.: The Lone
have attended that wouldn't want to stay longer or go back. ago. The victory was res- one mutual opponentZora the setting for the debut of a Ranger says you will Just have
I wish I was young enough to attend and enjoy camp again. ponsible for his first national Folley. Jones drew with Fol- new toothpaste with the tan- to see the commercial to learn
...: Last week, after my deadline, I got the news that the Flori- ranking and placed him ninth- ley whlle Clark lost a decision. talizing name of "Close-Up" anything definite about the
dians traded Les Hunter Since that time,the. front office hasn't ranked challenger on the recent (EEK1)!). product's aphrodisiac quali-
been able to contact anyone that could give a reason as to why. WBA top 10 standings. Advance tickets are on tap '
After talking with members of Believers,"The Knot Hole Jones appears headed for a at the Miami Beach Audi- Adrienne Bourbeaux, second ties.Any viewer who feels guilty
Gang", "The Second Guessers", and "The Armchair Quar- confrontation with (perhaps) torium box office priced at assistant director of Tele- about seeing Cape Florida
terbacks" the general opinion was that Les was traded to pay the first real opponent cap- $7, $4 and $2.50(general ad- Video, Inc., (the Lone Ranger State Park without paying the
thesalaryof a rookie player. It seems kind of hard for a team able of matching him In size mission). Jones drew 4,312 isn't too big to talk with a sec entrance fee may mail his 15?
to get rid of a man who helped the team as much as Les for a and punching power. Clark, for his bout with Cleveland ond assistant) told the Lone to the Lone Ranger.
rookie (even a high touted one) unless there is a personality a 6-2, 218-pounder won the Williams the best attendanceand
problem. And if there is a personality problem between L es California state title,defeated gate receipts since ex-
and the front office, it's the best kept secret in professional Leotis Martin for a seventh- champ Floyd Patterson fought 679 Youth In Summer
sports. Lots of luck Les, I feel as though you will make it place ranking this time last here three years ago. I

wherever you are. Programs At MDJCCampus
The Dolphins go to camp next week. They will go plus one
friend and minus two. Larry Little was traded to the Dolphins Summer Recreation Two summer youth programs with basketball also
for Mack Lamb. Here was a trade that could work out advan- involving 679 young- at Mays High School and Ken
tageously for both fellows even though it might seem a little Announcements sters are now in full swing at dall Children's Home. Skin-
hard to both of them right now. I know both fellows made investments Miami-Dade Junior .College, diving lessons are also offered -
in their former areas, and will have to find other The following recreationprograms and senior boysandgirisfrom2to7p.m. South Campus. at the Kendall Home.
investments in the new locales. However, I feel that both fel- are offered to the The other program forages
lows will be starters this year. Both are needed on the new public by the MetropolitanDade Aquatics at Richmond Pool: Total funding for the two 12-18 Is founded by a$39,000
teams. Lots of everything good to Larry and Mack. The other County Park and Recrea- These aquatics include:Swim. amounts to $64,700.One grant from the National Col-
old friend that won't be in Dolphin uniform this year will be tion Department: ming lessons Tuesdays and is the Summer Youth legiate Athletic Association.
,Willie West. Willie, who retired after last season, will be Basketball League & Clinicat Thursday, 7 to 8:30 p.m,volleyball Opportunity Program being There are 465 boys and girls
working at one of our local department stores and also doinga Miys High School gym on basketball or water- financed by a $15,000 grant participating in this program.
community service thing for the Chamber of Commerce. In Monday and Thursday evenings polo Tuesdays and Thursdays, from the College for staffingand Both programs have essentially -
both endeavors, I know Willie will give his all and turn in ano- 7 to 10 p.m. The pur- 8:30 to 9:45 p.m. facilities. the same goals,offer the

ther all-pro performance. pose is to prepare junior and Lessons at the Richmond The 214 children taking part same range of activities and
? John "Mr. Pres." Wilson of the Spacesetters invited me high school boys for the national Pool, 14375 Boggs Drive, in the program have a variety both are aimed at youngsters
'over to the ,Jet-Away Lounge for his newest unveiler. Withina youth games to be held Richmond Heights are free, of activities including golf, living in the areas of Perrine,
couple of weeks,John and the fellows expect to open their up Aug. 21-24th in Washington, but a charge of 40? Is neces- handball, tennis, track and Goulds, Homestead and Florida -
stairs. I don't know what they will name it; but I do know they D. C. sary for admission to the pool. field, touch football, volleyballrbaseballrhythms City.Coordinator for both
will have top-notch entertainment. I got a sample of their ex- A daily program in basketball For further information, call and is Beanie Moore of the M-DJC
pected entertainment by listening to Mary Hylor. The Space- is also offered to junior ,Pool Manager H. L.Britt,238- dance. Most of the activitiesare South Physical Education fa
setters signed Mary to long time contract at the club with an i 5692. conducted at the South culty.
option. With Miss Hylor's style and deliverance of a song, Mr.
Pres. and the Spacesetters have cornered the local entertain
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 11, 1969 29King

r MEN'S WEARSEE CARLTON REALTY 1 =

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MR.
JACK"FOR 3014 NW 19 STREET! BROKER

STYLES FOR ALL AGES 693-4772' UNo< Answer
a
759-6500
The Very Latest in Men"s
Fashions
WATERFRONT BEAUTY. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths,
SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS living room, Fla room, built in kitchen, dining SERVICEFIRST
ITALIAN SHOES area, utility room, hardwood and terrazzo
floors, CBS, tile roof, lair cor.dltjo.oers( sprinklers INSURANCE AGENCY
944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI, FLOSI3A!: patio, $21,500, $5,000 down. Must see.

baths 1/4 ACRE ON WATERFRONT. 4 bedrooms, 3 JIM LEVINSON, Own T Fhon 635.7507
HOME AND INCOMEBig 2 car garage, built-in kitchen, $32,500.
$8,500 down.
home with 2 CBS apartments. $45 week
income. Live rent free.$1500 down. $156 Closed Saturday at 3 p.m. & All Day Sunday

BEAUTIFUL DUPLEX mo. Realty, Inc. of Miami

Large airy roqms, good area. $700 down. DADE King Siu COl'NTY REALTORS 8000 NW 7th

$125 month. AETNA REALTY KINGDOM ISOUR Ave

DUPLEX ON CORNER LOW ,DOWN E-Z MONTHLY CALL

Spacious' and quiet. $600 down. $118 month. 1440 NW 26th St. . No Qualifying 6432891

BIG BIG HOME FOR BIG FAMILY 1128 NW 29th St . FHA Terms

Extra apartment in back. All new and remo- 3453 NW 11th Ct. . $450.00 Down
deled. $100 down. $141 month.
347 NW 43rd St . .$10,500 Total Price
2511 NW 152 STREET 344 NW 49th St . . Home & Income

Gorgeous 2 bedroom CBS with big lot, many 541M3 NW 6th Aye No Qualifying

fruit trees, extras. Only $600 down. $89 mo 2452 NW 87th St. . 5%% Mortgage 21 NW 68 TERRACE
Lovely 3 b.droo.,2 bath, in beautiful area, central -
UNIVERSAL REAL ESTATE. INC. 5415-17 NW 6th Ave. .2 bedrooms, each heat. All mica kitchen.All utilities.$22,000.

4600 NW 7th Avenue 3010 NW 159th St . A bedroom, 2 bath 2115 NW 163 STREET

751-8642 2801 NW 164th St. . No Qualifying 4 bedroom, 2 bath, corner. Fenced garage. Re-

17431 NW 37th Ct. . 4 bedroom, 2 bath frigidairestove, FHA terms.

3825 NW 185th St . 3 bedroom, 2 bath 2010 NW 87 STREET
Frame. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, only $400 down. $85
REALT 2911 NW 187th St. . No Qualifying

3910 NW 187th St. . FHA Terms month.9010N.(2
AVENUE
BROKER 19512 NW 37th Ct . .4*% MortgageWE Lovely 2 bedroom, frame with Fla room. Fenced.
Completely furn. $9,000 FHA terms.
OPEN 7 DAYS HAVE OTHERS SEE THEM ALL! Closed Saturday
AETNA REALTY (Broker)
WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION 811 NW 54th Street HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $I00 DOWNWe
3 bedroom, 2 bath home at 2464 NW 94th St. Car. specialite/ In homes for persons being displaced
port, 'large fenced yard, wall to wall carpeting, Phone: 757-5724 in Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing
stparateutility/ house with water and electric. Open Sat. til 1:00 p.m. Projects. Veterans call to see if you qualify.
FHA $12,000, $400 down, $98.28 month.SUTLICATIGtI"dt8RTHSHOflE You're only a phone call away.


AREA, ,
Modem 3 Lid, o,,'"CBS near Northshor Hospital.Front ;;i, ,
and rear pordUti'Gaagt/oU..at, wall to wall cor* FORBargain. SALE
pttlng, modem,,fully equipped,kitchen with dishwasher $4,000 opt. Lot &
''or.lIctl yard with sprinkler system. Good buy Houi. 1149 NW 6th A"..
at $1OOO'wlth' $3,000 down and,$161 mo. pay all. BLACK POWER I Terms. Corner duplex 'lof.
Located on 55th $t. & 14th
WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION Av.
Modern 3 bedroom CBS, tile roof, terrazzo floors, W. Buy Land or Houses
2 ton reverse cycle air, paneled dining room, BARON 5381340Sandwich
wall to wall 'carpeting, large screened in patio. You said it baby!
FHA price $14,900, $45f down and $107.14 mo.


WILL; VALUATION '
SELL FOR FHA \
Lovely bedroom'! ,..:2 bath:CBS, "large FloWirm f ,
'lorgt.front porch, :wall heat"opp1iances,. dishwailiergarbage -,> ; Dade County's 200,000 Negro
; ); disposal,''wall| to wall carpeting '1 Salad

FHA.. t*'price$11,000$700 M Bft ,;i ,'

9431 LITTLE RIVER BOULEVARD of purchasing Power South. and Central'
3 bedroom CBS on lovely ,corner lot. Fla. room, MI.., Area
open front porch, carport, tile roof, awnings, aircond'6 See'
I large kitchen with appliances. Price Annually.Call Mr. Herb
0, $2,500 down, $137.91 month 7960 Bis. Blvd.,


FOR WVESTMEHT' '-'INCOME' ; PROPERTIES $
We:own:several, tgood.l Income' properties.;,, We wilt)t it Black Power or Green
tell with'J low?down: .payments'and reasonable,
monthly''payments.. Duplexes 5 units & 6 units
: Power but its Still the Stuff that FEMALE & MALE
Modern.CBS building. Look into thlsl) ,

Makes the cash register jingle.ARE Full WAITRESSESWAITERS or Port-time

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY LOW INVESTMENT
Established luncheonette in busy shopping center SALAD SANDWICH &
Opa-locka. Lock, stoc k and barrel $2,500 cash. GRILLMEN
YOU GETTING YOUR SHARE OF

..,......... .,., ",, { SALAD PANTRY
''Vlj.-" "N" "'<' "u"'' .,,w]"' d' < ''''.'""! ,"'"<},'. ', GIRLS OR WOMEN
I;:-.,r. 'fllr.,ltl!; HAVE MANY t1 HOI1l.I ts -' .'.,";' :;: DADE COUNTY'S NEGRO MARKET?
BUY/Aim0F,0UR: IUR FHA'HOMES' fi"'YOu Must be experienced. Neat
$1 JOO $OWN IP:YOU AREA ,VET'0% BEING : appearance. Year round
,';};-.O'SP"'ACED.AN" .;IP: YOU. .CAN, QUALIFY. '; 'Read 9t" work. Liberal fringe bene K
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"' <'r" '11".h'l,1'-i';,_,.' "....,.,'_ ',: >.0. -< fits. Parking avail.able. .
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CITY SHOPPING CENTER with Mr.Pete between
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30) THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 11, 1969
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See the Lady from the Land of Miracles Reservations I II

I CLASSIFIED ADS SISTER DIANEWill AgentsDELTA I


20 WORDS OR LESS $2.00. 100 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD. read your entire life without asking any AIR LINES

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 ,P. M. questions, gives advice on all affairs of life Delta Air Lines !la now Interviewing -
for October
such as Love, Courtship Marriage, Law opening ,o reservations
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT Suits and Business Speculation. Tells you agents. Applicants must
have a high school education -
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MUST VACATE 703 NW 73rd Street Who and When you will marry. She never failsto two years of collegeor

2 BUILDINGS Sacrifice furniture. Small appliances 1 bedroom house. Very nice. reunite the Separated, cause Speedy and equivalent office experience -

LARGE CORNER 110 x 120 stove, refrigerator, Unfurnished, no stove, no refrigerator Happy Marriages, overcomes Enemies and ,, have be neat a good in per.nalltyand appearance -- ,
rugs, carpeting, color antenna 2 adults No
SUITABLE FOR BUSINESS only. Bad 1 s. sales ability.If .
lamps fishing chairs, pets. $100 month plus tax,plus Vt&WSilr DAYS 4 NUMBERS
PROFESSIONAL selected will
CHURCH OR be
Presently a going business on rods reels, clothing, shoes, $100 rent deposit. A. Ben- Don't bt ditcouroged if other have failed to help you. trained by Delta you while on

property that can be convertedto other items. 751-1270 Kori, Realtor, 759-2425. She does what others claim to do. One visit will convince full salary, you will enjoy
work In
suit. Drive by 1501NW1511 you this gifted Spiritualist Medium is superiorto Interesting surroundings. Benefits pleasant Include *
Good used furniture. We sell An efficiency and a room for a reader have ever consulted.With .
NW 54th Street then call for any you vacation, paid group
all information about pro- for less. Open daily and Sun- middle age working man.Rea- this ad, you get a free lucky number Insurance, free air travel

perty. Fenster Realty Broker day. Furniture sale starts at sonable price. Conveniently PRI VATE & CONFIDENTIAL READINGS DAILY end retirement.
7598779., 10 a.m. Thursday. The K Si K located. Must pay two weeks EVERYONE WELCOME Call: 379.8479
Store, 8609 NW 22nd Avenue.Jl advance. To see,, call: NE 5- Hours 9:00 a.m. to 9tOO' p.m. dally{ for an appointment{
4805. 14050 HW 7th AVE 638-9128 Call I I between 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
3 bedroom 1 bath and dining ( 25)).. (AugB) on Thursday or Friday
room. Beautiful house; land- July 10, July 11An
scaped with hurricane fence. Near NW 207th St. & 34th Av. Nice Grocery store for rent. FOR RENT
Equal
GO TO CHURCH Opportunity
Can be seen dally from 9-2. $500 down.. Newly painted, 3 Good location, fully equipped.To .
And weekends from 9. 6.Lo- bedroom, CBS home. Total see: 8917 NW 22nd Avenue. Small rear house 1 bedroom SUNDAY Employer'
cated at 5716 SW 20th St West $12,000. Call 688-6671. Phone: 691-9091. furnished. Free light and
water. $25 weekly. 585 NW
Hollywood. Jl. 11 ANCHELL REALTY, INC.
Room for a settled man. Pri- 50th Street.
FOR SALE BY OWNERIN Realtors LAUNDRY HELP
MALE
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CARVER RANCHES ''' a ome "
-- HELP WANTED Loaders, pullers, extractor operators. Good

HOME & INCOME Pretty CBS 2 bedroom 1 bath. Room In private home. Work- Driver for Leo's Trash Hauling : wages. Production boo us'. Excellent company
Extra Florida tile
large room
1740 NW 68th Need hard worker. Must Paid Permanent Must
35 NW 41st Street roof, hardwood ,floor, $1500 ing man only. benefits. vacation. job.
Front house, 2 bedroom,CBS. cash down. Bank financing. St. be strong. 25 to 45. Chauf be 18 or over. Apply in mornings. No phone

Rear house, 2 bedroom frame. Terms arranged. Atlantic and feur's license. $2.50 an hour. calls please. Ask for, Mr. Findley, National

$85 month income. Allapattah Pacific Realtors 666-0411. A nice lady for a room. $13 OX 6-2415.2355 NW95thTer.Man Linen Service, 1950 NW 1st Avenue.EASTERN.

Realty, Realtor, 633-0426. per week. 634-5691. I
to work part-time in used

NO QUALIFYING FOR RENT 2 bedroom house. Adults only. car lot. $2.00 per hour. 5540

$1,000Down$85Month Carol City area. 2 bedroom 7589717.A NW 7th Avenue
e
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1817 NW 93rd Terrace
home for rent by owner.Phone
Nice 2 bedroom, partly turn. 3 bedroom house. 536
.. and lights installed. Will accept large
Owner will hold mortgage. two children. Fenced yd. NW 47th St. 759-6088. Eastern Airlines invites you to complete an ap-
this will sell fast. Al-
Hurry, Call after 7 p.m. 758-9062. ANNOUNCEMENTANYONE plication expected job openings here in Miami.It .
lapattah Realty, Realtor, 633- witnessing an accident -
is not known, at this time, exactly when these
0426. MISCELLANEOUSDRAPERIES which occurred on Friday positions will be available. However
Room. Middle age man only. we currently -
Prefer one that works during May 16, 1969 at2:20p.m. wish to consider qualified applicants for these
1 bedroom house,partly furn., on the 7th Avenue bridge at future openings:
low down. 1900 NW 93rd St. day. Looking for a nice quiet taken down, leaned, deco- 43rd St. N. W. If you know of
room? 759-3360. rator folded and rehung.Drapery ParMimt/Full-timt Ticket Agents
Owner, 2213872. anyone who did witness this ,
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rods installed. LUSTRA/ accident, please call: 696- I Applicants must possess a high school or
House. $135 month.First and TONE DRAPERY SERVICE. General Equivalency Diploma (GED), be at
CBS Duplex or large family 3512. The a c c i d e n t was bet-
last month's deposit. Call Mr. 887-8022 least 21 of willing to work
5 bedroom, furnished. Leav- ween a car and a truck. years age
ing town. 20000. Your own Johnson: 635-3904. shifts and possess above-average poise

financing:/ F or Information, and appearance. Part-time: Agents work up
call 757-0289, near bus. 7028 1852 NW 51st Terr. 6 room FEMALE LAUNDRY HELP to 30 hours per week and are frequently

NW 2nd Court. house Newly decorated. $40 Flat work, feeders, folders. Good wages. required to work on weekends and holidays.

weekly. $200 security deposit. Excellent company benefits. Paid vacation. Foreign language fluency (Spanish. ) is de-
No small children. See Fridayand sirable.
FHAFHA or over. APply' between 10 a.m. & 5 p.m. No
2 bedroom lovely CBS home, Saturday. phone calls please. National Linen Service Pari-time/Full-tlm Reservation Agents
carport, etc. Near schools and Applicants must possess a high school
FOR RENT OR SALE 1950 NW 1st Avenue. Ask for Mr.
Findley.
buses, etc. Priced: $13,000, : diploma (or GED), be at least 18 years of
$400 down payment plus clos- 2 bedroom house. 1755 N. W. age,' and willing to work shifts. prior pub

ing costs ( Vets $100 down). 56th Street. Rental $30 week. lic contact experience is desirable.

Drive by 869 NW 73rdSt.,then 864-4412. Do You Need
call us, Fenster Realty,Broker Computer Operator Trainees
759-8779. Furnished efficiency in quiet Applicants must possess a high school
t neighborhood. Air conditionedand New Custom Built diploma (or GED), be at least 18 years of

2 bedroom CBS, carport, tile heated., Large private age, willing to work shifts and possess
roof, wall to wall carpets,Fla yard. Convenient to bus lines. above-average mathematical aptitudes.
room. FHA$13,000.$300 down Ideal for'single person or Kitchen ;
plus closing costs. Drive by couple. Phone: 633-4319. Accounting Clerks and Jr. Accountants

1880 NW 55th Street, then call I Applicants must 'possess a high school
1 Fenster Realty, Broker, for FOR RENT Cabinets <. diploma (or GED), be at least 18,years of
appt. to show 759-8779. 7300 NW 7th Ave. Store. Very age and have prior experience in book.
nice. Retail or commercial, keeping or equivalent educational training.

$350 down. $100 per month, sub-contractors, etc. Rent is CALL 7 5 9 6131! FOR YOUR
pays all. CBS, bedroom $100 month plus tax plus $100 Keypunch Operators or Keypunch Trainees
house. 2325 NW 166th Street, rent deposit. A. Ben-Kori, Appointment for FREE Estimate Applicants must possess a high school diploma
642-0722. Realtor, 759-2425. (or GED), be at least 18 years of
CALLS TAKEN 9:00 TO 9:00 age,wi11ingto work evening shift and haveat
least one year of IBM keypunch experi-
EXCEPT SUN. ence or formal keypunch training.

i ltwlcl1 LeVerf Jordan
: Stenographers
SOUL BROTHER Applicants must possess a high school di-
Custom. Cabinets; ploma (or GED), be at least 18 years of

age, take shorthand at, 80 correct words
.. 6408 NW 7th Avenue per minute,type 50 correct words per minute'

,Miami, Florida 33150 and", be,well above average in,both spelling ,'
-
''The Best and Can Prove It" ,and grammar.


Apprentlce'M.chanlcsApplicants

(for September and December,
Training Jobs Open, NowIf classes) /must be at least 18 years old ,

possess a high school'diploma (or,GED),
: *you',I have' no experience but want,to work-- here is be available to work,rotating,shifts, and
1 an opportunity to work and learn a new trade. All you haveto possess above-average mathematical and

_do is apply for a:,Job at the Employment, Service Office mechanical aptitude.
\ 1 listed below:;
: \ 1)A;local Miami employer has a job opening for a film Journeyman Mechanics

processor,,trainee., The starting salary will be $80.00 to Applicants must be :;at least 18'years old,
$85.00 a week for forty hour week. possess a high ,school.diploma (or'GED)

1a" 2)A N.. E, employer has a f Job opening for an insect repellant ,be available 'to work, rotating shifts,and
,possess from two to fou of
mixer1 years recent
trainee. 'lbe'starting salary will be $1.80an .
similar
hour for an'8 to 4:30 p.m. shift,'Monday through Fri- for which experience relating to'the position
they apply. '
day.
,
3) Miami employer needs a brush painter Experienceis You may.apply, by visiting our Employment Office
not necessary The starting salarywill: be$2.00 an hour at
4600 NW 36th Street, 9:00: a.m< to 4:00 ,
plus;:time:and one-half for over forty: hours.' :.You would Monday thru Friday or write to:, p.m..
work Monday through Friday.
Apply for all these Jobs at the Industrial Office, Florida Regional Employment Manager,

trHE GOT A' .SUSPENDED'.SEtVTENCE' State\;Employment'Service, 1350 NW 12th Avenue, Room
Employment: Service offices are open from 800a.m. ,EASTERN: AIRLINES

'THEY HUNG HIM /" '.to 5 P. n.,Monday'through Friday,' INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT/MIAMI/, FLORIDA J3148

,i'f' '''i,''' "" '" "1',1.. ,, An Equal Opportunity mplo .,/A.flint For,FrouraM Company M/F



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PICTURE STORY of 1969 F.A.W.C. MEET In OCALA (1 to r- top to bottom): Forest Hills residents; Mrs. Mary Finley, one of the Federated Club hostessesat
Miss A.E. Moore, FAWC President, as she delivered her annual address; Mrs. Forest Hills, addressing the assembly; Mrs. Mary Jones receiving citation
Mary Jones presents plaque to Funeral Director J.C. Cunningham, while Miss from President Moore; Mrs Louise Johnson giving Information at the Press
Jauslta E. Denson, Mrs. Aurora L. Anderson and Mrs. Anna Gayle, Awards Com- Breakfast with President Moore, Mrs. Mildred Williams, and Mrs. S.1e.Whaley
mittee members are In background, and Mrs. Maxwell Saxon and the Late Mr. at the head table; Mrs. A.D.McPherson, Forest Hills Superintendent, receives
Saxon are in foreground; Mrs. Louise Rogers Johnson responds to welcomes at citation from Mrs. Jones; and at lower right, Mrs. Alice G. Mickens, a past
I Awards Banquet; President Moore with Mrs. Eartha M.M.White, only surviving president of FAWC, presents the Harriett Dorrah Award Plaque to Mrs ElizabethE.
founder of FAWC as Plaque Is presented by Miss Denson. Curtis for presentation to Miami City Commissioner, Mrs. Athalie Range, the
Miss Bettye J. Allen, Los Angeles social worker, addressing delegates and 1969 honoree.

State Clubwomen Holdmoressive Meet! fn Ocala .

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OCALA- Keeping their state, Fellowship Hall followed .the I spirational workshop on ert Jones of Howard High,Rev. Funeral Director J, C. Cun- Quadrenia Ely-Jr., Scalers
and national motto.-"Lifting service. "Bridging the Generation Gap Lillian F. Bryant, an A.M.E. ingham bf Ocala, and City Club, West Palm Beach; 3rd,
As We Climb", constantlybefore The Monday afternoon ses- by Strengthening Family Life" Church evangelist, Dr. Flo- Commissioner Athalie Rangeof Joycelyn Smith La Princess
them, delegates in atten- sion was highlighted by an in which featured Pr1nc IRobJ.V.'s rence S. Roane, chairman of Miami. Utllitas,Fort PierceTalents; :
dance at the 1969 convention of the Division of Education at Following routine daily activities Dorothy Truesdell (FAGC
the Florida Association of Wo Bethune-Cookman College and the FAWC activitieswere president)and JoycelynSmith,
men's Clubs and its Junior affiliate the Rev. W. E. Moore, pastorof climaxed with "A Look 1st prize, La Princess Utill-
the Florida Association the First Methodist Churchof At Our Youth", on Tuesday tas, Fort Pierce; and 3rd,
of Girls Clubs, impres- Ocala. evening. Young winners were Yvette Noble, Jr. Cwest Club,
sively rededicated themselvesto Awards were presented to oratoricals--Carolyn McCor- Miami.
"Quality Community Leadership several outstanding citizensof mick, 1st, Jr.CwestClub, Mi- The 1970 convention of the
." Color Or Black Florida includin Miss ami; Ingrid C. White, 2nd, Jr. associations--the 62nd-- will
The sessions, which were Eartha M. M. White of Jack- Sealers Club, West Palm Bch; be held in St. Petersburg, one.,
held at Holiday Inn West,here And White sonville, the only surviving Fashions,lstAC Ownes'Jr., June 20-24, with the City Federation \
were hosted by the SojournerTruth founder of the Association, Federated Club, Ocala; 2nd,I of Clubs as hosts.
and Les Fldeles Clubsof
which Mesdames Minnie W.
Green and Juanita F. Jacksonare .
HOSKINS JR. SAYS
the respective club presidents JOHN .


Palm Miss,Alice Beach E.Mooreo, Is the FAWC West IF IT'S FRESH FISH T ;J'!

President,and Mrs. L.E.Taylor .
of Belle Glade is execu- "

tive Miss board Dorothy chairman.Truesdell, of YOU WANT ..4
.
Fort Pierce, is FAGC Is pre- .

sident.Impressively delivering the HAVE IT 7 DAYS A WEEKWE'LL
keynote address at the Sunday pMENI L 10'WI""20'.NWN, l'A'ottf'- WE

afternoon Vester Services was rf>J.iA':,'.',:,< "' .;, .,<'f F ...
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the first vice president of the
Association, Mrs. ElizabethE.
Curtis of Miami, who bade DELMONICO MODEL 60SB405
the capacity audience to riseto WAS $389.00 NOW ONLY $299.00 U BUY FRYCALL
the occasion of "Meetingthe
Challenges of Changing

at Times.Mt. Moriah" The service Baptist was Church held, eDp4MNONR AND WE'LL HAVE IT READY

the Rev. Lorenzo S. Edwards,
pastor, and a tea in the church

CARS THIS FOR WEEK'S SALE WE CARRY A COMPLETE



1967 fully Codillac SPECIALS Seville, LINE OF YOUR FAVORITE 4

equipped Y
1967 Cadi I lac Coup de ,
60 I DL PY NON, IS' OEP. SEAFOOD INCLUDINGEVERYTHING
Ville, fully equipped. ...
Call Mr. Duffy at:
759-4431.

DELMONICO MODEL 60SC303

CBS RESTAURANT BUILDING AND THIS WEEK ONLY $417.00STEREOS FOR YOUR BOIL POTS


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SALECBS FOR TV's SPEAKERS 1 22nd AVE. BETTER SEAFOOD

building plus restaurant 379-0900
$22,500.business.S5.OOOeolh Both dwn.for 5807 N.W. 22 AVE. 6336606Hours
Payment $20 month. Same PHONE BETWEEN 7 a.m. & 10 p.m.

fitable.owner 20 years. Very pacific pro Sundays Included : Men. thru Sat. 8:30 AM-9:30 PM

F&M '- TV' 425 E 9th St,,
Atlantic & Pacific SUNDAY From 8:00 2:00 PM
Open -
Realtors; PHONE AND SALESMAN WILL CALL

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