The Miami times
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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 18, 1969
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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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0 Housing UnitsWASHINGTON

said "it that Me- j
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Claude Pepper, return- tro's approved 'Little HUD
.;1 ,l 111 e;1 A11 1tH4v; l\\,11 la Ing from a Miami meeting with low-cost housing program for
black leaders, Wednesday ap- 3,500 units was wholly inade
pealed to Secretary George quate."
Romney of the U. S. Department l
of Housing and: Urban Pepper said e ressway
A LOT OF SOUl IN MISS UNIVERSE PAGEANTWhen Development to restore and renewal combined with popu-
"fund-In-full" Metro's re- lation growth and shifts has
the beautiful girls from all over the world ette Geerman, Miss Aruba; Yvonne Wardekker, .Miss qest for 5,000 units of low- forced some families to crowdas

parade their prettiest Saturday night at Miami Beach Curacao ; Julia Nicholaas, ,Miss Bonaire; Joan cost housing. to a much room.as The eight situation and ten people,Pep

Convention Hall for the title of Miss Universe, Bowe, Miss Bahamas. Standing are Rocio Baez, "If there was one overriding per said, was especiallyacuteintheBrownsville
quite a number of soul sisters will be there. Times' Miss Dominican Republic; Maxine Bean, Miss point made during the frank Liberty
photographer Baker went out to the Kiddie Zooat Bermuda; Carol Jerrow, Miss Jamaica; and Aidita discussion I had with Miami City area.!
Crandon Park Monday to see what he could see Betancourt, Miss Puerto Rico. Negro leaders last Friday,"
"Any country that can put
and he got an eyefull. Left,to right seated are Jean- three men on the moon in ten
years has the capacity, if it
CTA Charges School Board has the will, to provide ade-
quate housing for its people,"
Pepper said.

'' With "I have therefore requested
1 'Footdragging'pat
of Mr. Romney that his office
review the decision of last
r Tornlllo, executive Teachers Association,has accused faculties. year to slash Metro's request
director of the Classroom the Dade !County School Tornlllo cited compliancewith for low-cost public housing
Board of footdragglng in its open housing laws as the units from 5,000 to 3,500 units
efforts toward Integration for best possible way to achieve, of family and elderly hous-
1Yt h a i 4 1 Blacks Attend the last three years. this, but said other immediate ing," Pepper said.
The CTA flatly rejected the steps could be taken by the
school system request that School Board. Pepper pointed out that in all
N G Boys StateThe teachers voluntarily transferto "The board can take a map projects in various stages of
1969 session of Florida speed faculty integration. of the school system and development, only 82 units
Tornlllo challenged the entire change attendance boundarylines were contemplated for the
4 ta Amerlacn held In Legion Tallahassee Boys'Statewas this community to work for total which are only arbitrarily Liberty City area. No units

max', ;, +WPI past week at Florida State University. integration, including student drawn anyway." Tor- were scheduled in Browns-
bodies, administrations and continued ville.
( on page 6)
Boys' State is a pro-
ject sponsored by the American .
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men In the 12th (trade with out-
standing leadership aca-
demic, and athletic qualities,'
j an opportunity to go to the
M state's capitol and study the
IIu 1 Inner workings of city,county,
and state government.The .
young men selected
spent a week at F.S.U.andbe- ;
came citizens of a city and a :
county. They were also given
.r4H qH the opportunity to campaign '
6V ,1"none and be elected to the various : .
city, county, and state offices. ; '4:' .: 'S "wI .
pictured above are three of ,
"'riR'4FeSt p k\tf greater Miami's delegated to L I '
Boys' State. They are Evan w ....
Forde, Miami Carol City,Howard S'
Wilson, Miami Beach L ,
High; and Rick Blue, Miami
Joan Bowe, Miss Bahamas, and Maxine Bean, Norland High Forde was 5' Sth
Miss Bermuda, take a minute to cool their tootsiesin elected county Judge and
the water at Crandon Park. Wilson served as a member of
the legislature.

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..J4Y the Mi ss B r o n z e v i 111 I I e 1969'contest'in Los Angeles next month. The state w "

. 55f4 Y,! finals will beheld Sunday, July 27 at ,Bayfront Park Auditorium when they'!:
L j r display their charms at a beauty'and'talent pageant under the direction of the ,

Louise Riley Modeling Agency. Pictured are (seated) Mary Young, Martha '

t ii Thomas and Bertie Green. Standing are Cheryl, Kelley, Harriette Stiles, Georgia RG

EVAN FORD RICK BLUE .HOWARD WILSON MarshallMary. RansomShirley Moore, Earlene Henry and Sondra George. A,

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday ,July 18, 1969 -..
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City Grants Patronage To I

Performing Arts SocietyAnother ,
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Miami first was of the society. Mr. Dworkis
merits of the ,
realized on the sultural scene spoke about 'the w n
i when Mayor Stephen P. Clark society and its accomplishments -
Bd 1y and the entire City Com- for better community

mission granted their official relationships.
{ partronage to the PerformingArts M

4I Society last week. In Teachers Get
the past no such distinguished
patronage has been granted to
I ,,} ,, t ,1 any musical society. NewAssignments

Director Paul La Pierre appeared -
before the Commissionat
the July 10th meeting to
The foil owing administrative -
Inform them how much The have
Arts Society had
Reed Williams And Barbara Performing advancement been made by the Dade County
been doing to support the -
I Board of Public Instruction
of cultural requirements -

Gladsden, In "Night Of Song" within stated the community that- effective Mrs. Grace In September Callaway: pre-
La Pierre
.Musical selections to be Years", "Remember", he uses his resources,and sently on eligibility list for 3 J I,N1rNavy's
sung by tenor Reed Williams "Sumnmtime" and "My Man because of his efforts young- promotion, r3 "' sa
and soprano Barbara Glads- Is Gone''from Porgy and Bess. sters who have talent and Heights Junior High, as assistant -

den during "A Night of Song"on Several spirituals will also ability and are musically mo- principalguidance.Edwin \
the Dade County Showmo- be presented. Both popular tivated are given the opportu- Demeritte, presentlyon ----
bile August 3 at Richmond singers are members of the nity to develop their musical the eligibility list for pro-
Park will include: selections Family Opera Singers of the careers. motion, to Edison High, as Top Negro Officer
from musical comedies"Song Opera Guild of Greater Miami The society Is an organization assistant principalguidance.Mrs I
of Norway' "Me and Juliet", Richmond Park is located at of different races,creeds, Glenda Harris, pre- Lauds
"My Fair Lady", and "Show 14373 Boggs Drive, Richmond and colors, and It Is dedicatedto sently 'on the eligibility list Troops In VietnamWASHINGTON i
boat", "Duets through the Heights. the improvement of cultural for promotion, to Allapattah
standards and race relations Junior High,as assistant prin- D. C. Sit- nam, Parham said he found
within the community. It is cipalguidance..John ting placidly back at his desk: that the' men serving there

NABOHR Receives Silver AnvilThe dedicated to encourage and Inspire pinkney, presently a in Washington, the assistantto have a true sense of their mission -
( the Chief of Naval Personnel dedication
the youth of our com- teacher on professional leave, direction and
North American Baha'i City. Receiving the award on munity In leadership and cha- to Palmetto High, as assistantto for Human Relations and purpose that is not common{ ;
Office for Human Rights behalf of'NA BOHR was Mrs. racter development.Mr. the principal. assistant to the Chief of Chap in other places he has visited.

(NABOHR) received a Silver Juliette Buford,director of the La Pierre states that Mrs. Dora Wright, pre- lains for Plans said American
Anvil from the Public RelaNABOHR office. we should all strive to do sently on the eligibility list troops In Vietnam are of a dif- "I found that the men
tions Society of America for The Miami Baha'i Community everything within our power to for promotion, to Homestead ferent breed from those serving throughout the Republic of

its outstanding program in in cooperation with Insure that all of the youngsterswith Junior High,as assistant prin- stateside. Vietnam and particularly ;a
support of International NABOHR, sponsored of the whom we come in contact cipal-guidance. Captain Thomas D. Parham, those in the hospitals where tai
man Rights Year 1968. The fifteen conferences on Human, might start as adults with a Jr., Chaplain Corps (CIIC), the doctorsnursesandcorps- '
award was presented at the Rights which earned the broader foundation and an'un- MEMBERSHIP DRIVE the Navy's top ranking black men were working..that even
25th Annual Silver Anvil award. The MiamiConferenceAwards derstanding of the responsibilities officer, made the statementon with their 12 hours a day, 7 \,
Dinner held recently on Prejudice and Human citizens are expected to The Masonic War Veteransof return from a 25-day visitto days a week schedule-they :
a_ t the Plaza Hotel in New York Rights was held on June 20-22, shoulder; the children todayare the State of Florida are the Western Pacific area. had no resentmentorpersonal i ',
1968 at the Sheraton-Four our citizens and leaders of proudly pleased to announce As a representative for the remarks about the time they '\u'
1' Ambassadors Hotel. Judge tomorrow. The Performing that their 1969 Membership; Chief of Chaplains, Parham serve (on duty) to accomplish
Donald Wheeler Jones was the Arts Society has taken a giant Drive is now In progress.Join visited several countries in their mission," he said. a,

F 11I1 :1 keynote speaker for this event. step forward In the public interest the world's most distinguished the Pacific, including Japan, According to Chaplain Par. ;b
Mr. Harold L. Braynon and and civic achievement.Mr. veterans organization.For Korea, Guam, Taiwan,the Re- ham, the servicemen's overall I);.
DOUBLE ACTION Rev. August VandenBosche, ,Allen Dworkis, chair- futher details call 864- public of the Philippines and attitude in Vietnam is that they I:
w /COLORSGRAYHWEUa2DMSSESHJURIHPIKE spoke at the luncheon and man of The Miami Beach Cul- 3349 or write to Peter Frazin, the Republic of South Vietnam. are. convinced that their jobs 'I

workshops of the conference, tural Society, appeared at the 235.78th Street, Miami Beach, FOR FREEDOM'S CAUSE are helpful and necessary in
r-J respectively. commission meeting in behalf Fla. 33141. Speaking of his visit to Viet- the pursuit for freedom. w i
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AnInvitation In celebration of "Y Week" the Day Camp youthof : 4'i ;

the Carver Branch of the YMCA, under the capable r'v

direction of Mr. Raymon Thornton, will presenta

series of performances at our Roosevelt Office. !

We invite you to attend as many of these eventsas .H'

possible to recognize the talents of these fine young };F

to parents people and lend them your encouragement and support.A .

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new program will begin. each morning at 10:00in "

I I I. the following fields: I

July 22-Tuesday-Charm and Modeling

.<),!. July Wednesday-Rhythm Band M t

July 24-Thursday-Karate and Judo
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/11: / July 25-Friday-Choral
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>";,\'',;; these fine young people in arts, crafts, ceramics, 1J;1

"6\:,,:" \ photography and fashion designing. All are on

.6I. :".1f,.': display at the Roosevelt Office, 6015 N.W. 7th Avenue. :V I I
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DOWNTOWN 100 N.f. Iif>U.. FLAQLER STREET 300(.F/og/.r S,. CORAL WAY 2750 S.W.22nd S,. urn

NORTH MIAMI 900 N.f. 25ffc S,., KENDALL DaJ.hnd Shopping Center HOMESTEAD 28875 S.HM Hwy. RIVER 1380 N.E.2 nwA,..
ROOSEVELT 6015 N.W.7th A,..


THE MIAMI TIMES. Fridoy, July 18, 1969 3

1000-Unit Housing sx a d Garbage Pickups Great,

Gf .F f n
At But Trash Piles HighThe f

Project Sought Black community of MI- The problem is supposed to
ami has been looking a lot bet- be alleviated within three
ter since the city launched its weeks when the city goes intoa
I every other day pickups, but crash trash pickup program
the trash piles are somethingelse. this weekend. A 78 man crew
For Miami
will work overtime scheduleson
Saturdays in the drive.If .
State Sen. Kenneth Myersled mental crash program in public The sanitation department's the drive is successful,
a delegation to Washington housing construction.The broken down and dilapidated the normal schedule of trash
on Tuesday in a bid to Myers group will meet equipment has caused the collection once every three
have Miami designated as one with former Michigan Gov. slowdown in trash pickups. weeks in the summer,and oncea
of the 10 areas in the nation George Romney,secretary for Most areas are being pickedup week in the white will re-
for a federally backed experi-. Housing and Urban De- only once every 43 days turn.

velopment.The .
Miami senator said
Romney will be asked to de-
Rev. Gibson
signate this demonstration
area as a E
site" and provide up tk,
to $1 million in federal funds
for construction of a 1,000-
Chapman On unit housing project.

I would b e a part of "Op-
Little' HUD eration BreakThrough"which
is designed to attack
Rev Theodore Gibson has'', the problem of substandardhousing
been named to replace Mrs. and rid cities of their
Dana D. Chapman on Metro's ghetto and slum areas.

Housing and Urban Develop- "Today, with the four-
ment Advisory Board. Mrs.
minute mile, with man streaking
Chapman ,was dropped ,from to the moon and when technology .
the board for excessive ab- moves in the blonking An Old Civil Rights Fighter SCOTT JOINS BOARD OF
sences. electronic brain of computersthe MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION

basic human needs of de- Comes Back William Saulson, president ,of Northside Shop I
cent aside housing" can not be pushed ping Center Merchants Association (right). congratulates
Myers said. Norman the occasion of his election .
younger people and the memberlng King, Inc.), P.O. Scott! upon
Johnny come lately militants Box 8167, San Jose, California to the Board of Directors of the Association. A
might not remember him, but 95125. creative floral designer, .Scott opened Flowers by ;
"Anwhere In the world those active in the civil rights
you wont to go" Modernday, a fashionable flower shop a year ago.
nary tafT ago struggle will. in Miami ten years Lightburn Pacific Gas Is now and employedby Electric He attended the University of Miami and the Pansy

NO MORE AT Eleven years ago, David Co. in San Jose and is presi- Flam School of Floral Design. Northside Center is
Llgbtburn, Sr. was chairmanof dent of Valley Glen Homeowners located at NW 27th Ave. and 79th Street.

At the same' time, Home- a group called the Greater Association.

stead banker Paul Losner 7MIf'L 8UV Miami Betterment League. Mr. Lightburn has three MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
Sonny Wright was vice chairman -
was named to replace attor- Samuel Leonard and
ney Leon Levin who resigned "Your "Neighborhood" Trav.lAgents" .The small group had two William and five sistersHelen YOU THEY
because of a conflict of interest major goals: one was to get Harriet; Johnson, Hazel APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
Ae near to you a* your the Miami Transit Company to Hamilton, Elizabeth Smith and THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.
telephone. Give ui a call. hire black bus drivers. The
WE DELIVER. 7543517. Alice Robinson, still living PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMI I
Gibson was nominated by other goal was to integrate
6105 NW 7th Avenue here in_Miami.
Commissioner Arthur Patten. Cha*. C. North, Manager downtown restaurants.For S
For his determination to see
I his goals come true,Lightburn
was arrested for Illegal pick- FOR THE FINEST:: HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT
Announcing All Types of Dance Classes at eting in front of a bus stop on MODERATE RATES-CALL
LOUISE RILEY FINISHING Flagler Street In July 1958.He
was sentenced to 120 days and .
$500.00 The sentence was ...I
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35 17th
suspended with the under-
Classes Now
For Men & Women Starting- Boy & Girls standing that he would leave
Instructor Mr. Herb Blackshear, former halfback with Miami.He .
the Pittsburgh Steelen. RENTAL :i:
Classes Int TAP, BALLROOM, MODERN, FOLK, and did not leave Miami and
' BALLET. arrested again for Illegal
f, All the latest dance steps today Day&nit. Classes. picketing in front of Bur lne's AGENCY

PHONE TODAY FOR APPOINTMENTi 3193581iiiiUiiiusiIzuuzma Department store on FlaglerSt. .
r Judge Sobieski sentencedhim '
I again to 120 days and a 1AR .J
[ .
$?, :W fine. After his second Q INC. ; : .
I Eir arrest, Fatter 'flaewlore Gib-
son and the NAACP stepped' In
Let Your Boy and carried the fight on to vic THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND

in 1959; and returning last IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES
week, it was rewarding to see

the progress being made In my A fleet of can and collectors give door to door service (for

I OWN BUSINESS hometown. tenants convenience

Lightburn is vacationingwith A community recreation center.for teenagers and adults "rent
He cats started his wife,Jeanette,- and free,",furnished and air c6hditionedforyourcomfort and enjoyment.A .
: get .? I son, Davie. However, before
public relations department to assist you with your problems.
: .ft'S returning to San Jose,California -
for only he would like to make a Tenants concern will stop vandalism andreducethecostofhousing.
plug for the group he is chair-
man of in San Jose. The name RENTS ARE DUE IN ADVANCEWE
of the group is ARK (Americans -
;mmmwmIN ._ tin Luther King, Inc.). They
are working with the Southern MAIN OFFICE,
YOUR OWN NEIGHBORHOOD EACH WEEK Christian Leadership Confer- I

ence and other groups tryingto 4150 NW 7th Avenue 759-8733
ITS EASYI irS FUNI! get legislation passed in

Here's how Congress to nuke the birthday 14255 NW 22nd Avenue Opo-locko MU 8-0617
.... of the late Dr. Martin Luther
First,you buy 11 copies of the Miami Times for King, Jr. a federal public holi- 20848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler Ridge- ,' CE 5-3553 .

994. Sell them for 15< a piece. You make 66* I day. 605 NW 7th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-3357

profit.. With this profit, plus your original 99< In. They are asking people 3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HI 5-1381

vestment,'you buy 22,more Miami,Times. Repeat goodwill to 'write their con 512 NW 1st Ave., Hollondale WA 7.2434

this process until you are Jelling 50 or more gressmen and urge them to 339 Hammflftdville Rd., Pompano WI 3-2434
favor the bill,HR.757.Alsotowrite
papers. When you are selling 50 Miami Times, to their senators and
you will make J3.00 profit for yourself each week. urge them to support'S.J. 18. HON. I. L. BROOKS, President
,These bills will accomplish GEORGE HARTH, General Manager

CALL,. WRITE OR VISIT OUR OFFICE the above information legislation.: call For: 754-further CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations, Director 1 1II

6530 NW 15th AVENUE OX ,1-0421 ; I
6804 until July 24, 1969, or If' am to enjoy a ,better life, others must live better too." L. L. Brooks I

.UEU.UIUflhZU....UUr. write to ARK(Americans ReL L ,II

4 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. July 18, 1969

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6530 NW 15th Av.., Miami, Fla. 33147 Phon., 691.0421 ,
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher .
GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor .
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Motional Advertising Representative ,
Amalgamated Publisher, Inc. \
310 Madison Avenue, Now York, N. Y. 10017 F------ EAST-WEST EXPRESSWAY ",0,1.) ,
Member ol the National Newspaper Publishers Association -EINNING of BLACK COMMUNIN.W.12
2400 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616

,Entered as Second Class Matter, August 8, 1927 at the Post STANDING ,, f"
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 WAt V

NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accordsto
every man regardless of his race, creed or color his humor \ N.W. 79 St
and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man..the Negro
Press strives to help every man In the firm bell.fthat all men
are hurt as long as anyone Is hold back. OFFICIAL


decision of City Commissioner Athalie Range to turn
down the appointment of Gov. Claude Kirk as head of the new
,state' Department of Community Affairs left the black com-
munity with mixed emotions.
Many thought that Mrs. Range should have accepted the \ I
,position, since it would have been the highest office ever ,I itciL

'held by a black person in the state since Reconstuction. -
''They mentioned the six key administrative appointments she .
would have been entitled to make to her staff, and also the

$2 1/2 million budget that she would have administered. To Be RANDOM THOUGHTSby
Many also felt that a statewide position of this nature would Equalby

have greatly helped the thousands o f forgotten black peopleIn
the small racist counties of the state that probably never Whitney M. ,Young Jr. GLORIA MILLER
would be recognized as long as the status quo existed in
Executive Director National Urban LeagueFoundations
Tallahassee. No doubt many panhandle areas would have Career Opportunities
gotten Model Cities and Neighborhood Development Programs -- y--
under Mrs. Range's administration.The Open In BroadcastingBroadcasters

most rational argument used by the proponents for Under Attack of South Florida are launching an extf
acceptance was the message, to the Florida Democratic slve program which will offer minority group membersthe
Party that Florida is now a two-party state. They say this At this time, when we hear so much about how Importantit opportunity of finding' employment In radio and tele-
will tell the Democrats that no longer can their vote be taken is for the private sector become Involved in voluntary efforts vision. On July 10th, leaders of local radio and tele-
for granted. Loyalty is not based on affiliation to any given a major attack has been launched on organizations doing vision met to discuss the new and Imaginative "South
party but rather on what that party proposes to do for black Just that. Florida Broadcast Skills Bank" which will be one of 27
people. Proposed changes in the tax laws Include provisions that located around'! the United States. Donald H. McGan-
The goodies handed down to black people by all previous could Just about wipe out any meaningful workfor social pro- non, President of Westinghouse Broadcasting Company and
'state governments have been nil. So what has black people gress by foundations.The National Chairman of the Broadcast Skills Bank spoke of
got to lose by shifting their allegiance to the Republican proposals include; a five per cent tax on foundation Income the "woefully small employment of minority groups in
Party? Opponents to the appointment say that Gov. Kirk a ban on voter education programs, and a ban on attempts broadcasting-especially on the local level" and how the
not only recognized the'qualifications: of Mrs. Range for to Influence government decisions. There are others, Skills Bank would be the means of galvanizing efforts to
the but also the of black too but these the most
position power the vote which is are damaging.The .
search out and
Identify those who have an interest in the
going to be needed by any candidate who expects to win In proposed tax on Income would yield only about $60 million industry the means of providing training and eventuallythe
the future. and probably cost more to collect than it would to bring In. ;
means of finding employment within the industry. The
Mrs. Range's declining of the high position is indicativeof But schools hospitals and other beneficiaries of foundation
task is not a small one. The glamour of the industry un-
her Integrity In recognition of her obligation to,the peopleof grants would feel the pinch.And the government would probablyhave (
doubtedly will aid in the recruitment of people but
Miami who elected her. Unlike Ceasar, and most Dade to spend even more money to take up the slack caused by young
then, what? They will have to fully understand that only
politicians Mrs. Range is not ambitious. For do doubt reduced foundation support of such institutions.The .
10% of the Jobs offered the air and that the
today are on
this position would have catapulated her Into national pro- ban on voter education drives is totally unjustified. The
technical side of broadcasting is where 90% of the Jobs
minence. creation of an informed electorate and the education of citizensto
are. Young people will have to be convinced that this is
It is regrettable that more of our local officials do not get them to register and vote Is something the governmentItself
no another the end of the training will
possess the dedication of an Athalie Range. Dade County should be doing. Instead it's been left to foundations to game-that indeed
would be a far better place to live if they were. support such projects.A mean decent Jobs. Since there are over 6,000 radio stations
and 2-0 T.V. stations in these United States, It would
democracy can only survive if Its citizens take an active
interest in seem unlikely that a properly trained person would experience
political questions and vote.Stopping the foundations
Education Is No Game from such activities can only increase voter apathy and non- difficulty In finding a Job. However to insure that Job

Students are not moves in a checker game. Neither are' participation. And it might even lead some tobelieve that social goals will be met, Skills Bank members are made up of
teachers. Education is not a game. Too, often, School change can't be accomplished by the ballot. top management-the policy makers-who are In complete
Board policy Is set like moves in a game. As this pro- Preventing foundations from "influencing government de- accord as to the hiring of Skills Bank graduates. The
posed solution to the HEW evaluation request-all new white cision" is also ridiculous. It's so vague that it can be inter- concept of the Skills Bank, is In part to capture the great
teachers will be assigned to black schools and all new black preted to mean that a foundation couldn't sponsor a meeting on resources of creative manpower among the minority groups.
teachers will be assigned to white school. White moves to a social problem, for fear that a government official may attend The Skills Bank works closely with community agencies
black, black moves to white and the moves add up to winning and be "influenced." seeking the same ends, such as the National Urban League,
game for the School System with the teacher Integrationratio internal Revenue regulations already on the books stop foundations with which the Bank was first partnered, the NAACP, the
at the right number. from lobbying openly or giving their support to those Opportunities Industrialization Center (OIC) and similar
Moving away from games Into the arena of real life- whose major efforts are overtly political.Simple enforcementof groups serving the Puerto Rican Mexican and other minority
the value of quality education for all kids and the urgency of these is enough to stop whatever abuses exist. group communities. Why the Skills Bank? Broad-
applying common-sense: solutions to school integration pro- casting is a vital and visible industry therefore it shouldbe
blems-and we are disturbed. by some real life questions.How Other abuses such as creation of private foundations as a the first to be involved in their communities, to foster
does this proposed policy of placing new white teach tax dodge for the wealthy can easily be handled by whatever better race relations and to help solve community needs.
ers in black schools screen out bigots who by their attitudes law or regulation is required. And the foundations themselves In Miami, William R. Brazzil, Vice President and General
teach fear and hatred? Have not the racist teachers have proposed that a new office be set up to regulate such ac- Manager of WTVJ Channel 4 is the chairman and it will

already In the system been a major contributing factor of tivity. be through his committee that the objectives of the Skills
our recent school crisis? Has not past experience with But if the new law isn't aimed at the minor abuses that may Bank will be met. The objectives, as stated in a booklet
desegregation amply demonstrated that white teachers in exist by some fringe foundations, why has it been proposed? prepared by.the National Broadcast Skills Bank are 1)) seek

black schools need a background of human-relations studies? It appears to be a politically inspired effort to punish four out, 2)train) 3)) employ and 4) upgrade minority group man-
When we speak of black schools do we not frequently mean dations for their newly discovered Interest in racial and urban power In the broadcasting Industry.
schools that need the systems most experienced, dedicatedand problems. Top broadcasting executives, government officials and
proficient teachers rather than the untried and untested? civic leaders attended the Miami kick-off luncheon 'and it
Are not these the very teachers that ought to be transferred Several foundations have pioneered in voter registration is anticipated that Miami will soon be engrossed In the Skills
? drives among black people in urban centers and in the South Bank aims and purposes-combining the energies of a competitive -

We are simply tired of the school system playing games They've ed In also supported civil rights groups and others interest industry to achieve a common goal
with our kids. Education is vital-if some kids lost, no-one making democracy work.
will win. So the word has gone out among the backlashers Punish the r-------------- ---------,

foundations. But the real loser Is the country.The I SUBSCRIPTION ORDER I

Rockets Or Rickets major contribution on foundations have made Is to sup. | \\tiomi Times '" I

While most of America is being literally carried away port new Ideas and programs; the kinds of things others. es- = 6530 NW 15th Avenue I
Into space, there is one man and his organization who take pecially governments have been unwilling to take a chance on. Miami Florida
a dim light to the $35 million caper going on In outer space. Without foundations, there might never have been public libra 1 3317 I 1

That man Is Dr. Ralph David Abernathy and and the organs ries, teachers pensions! better health facilities cures for malaria ,
? zation is the Southern Christian Leadership Conference and other disease, or educational television. 1 Enclosed please find the sum.of $S.00 I

While millions of curious sightseers gathered at Cape While black people were being fire-hosed and beaten in the j to cover Jhe cost of a one year subscription I
Kennedy to witness the historic moon shot, Dr. Abernathyand South, and while the government was wringing its hands 1
his hungry followers from Georgia Alabama Mississippi to figure out what was to be done,foundations were tooling trying to the Miami Times.: I

and Florida paraded Into town with their well-known to tackle the major problems affecting black people. UD l __ I
wagon train. We hope everybody got the message.It's lI I Mail Paper To 1I I

a wonderful thing to beat the Russians to the moon, If some foundations are abusing their tax-exempt status I Address ____ -
but if this country does not address itself to the grievancesof regulate them. But don't punish all foundations by short-sieht' II

the poor and hungry here on earth it might be a good ed punitive steps that can only result in great harm .to the vitally 1 City State_ Zip Code s
Idea to seek solace on the moon. Important role they play In our national life L -
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 18, 1969 5

"' J

Black Profiles J ? '

Of CourageBy 4,

Lou TuTour

Mrs. Coretta King carries the torch of love and equality w

which her late husband Dr. Martin Luther King, lighted as a

Crusader for Peace and Freedom through efforts which call

for Non-Violence at all times. She has been active with the

Southern Leadership Con- .\. ''.>. "+" "'>>' ''''',
;:;;;;" ...WI.o..> ",..... (.JUSTICE"5fore
ference as well as with national f

and international affairs since ,,'I ... ...
Gar ancf n ;,
her husband was assassinatedin t e society

Memphis, Tenn., in April, *

1968. Before Dr. King's un- T tauaCprotectlonoftfo

timely death, Mrs. King had

used her unusual talent as a f laws;scrupulousy5uaralt -
singer for the benefit of the

civil rights movement since t' M ancirl fencet1
her husband first came to the tee[

forefront as leader of the
ab '
Montgomery Bus Boycott.She : 'Su&ttuionfjenuine

developed and performedthe

Freedom Concert. The { e auafitfforseparateHuauaC'doctrine. .

Concert combines lecture,
poetry and music in order to

present the history of the e ,

Movement, and its proceeds go MRS. CORETTA KINGto '
Southern Leadership these I dmOf'J'Il1f hfl1et

Conference. Her contribution has been very significant. She r

has performed more than thirty concerts,with proceeds totalIng priorities of fh;h6rt'1l(iJurt.-

over $55,000,;

Mrs. King's' presence has been felt, and her voice heard

whenever SCLC along with its present leader, Rev.Ralph Al-

bernathy, has been "in the march" for Equality and Freedom, "

as was the case when the group led the March in Memphis after I .
Molded America To A Better Image
Dr. King's death. Then, again, during the poor Peoples \

Campaign in Washinton, D. C., she was right there to lend her

moral and spiritual support. She also fills numerous engagements -

always stressing the need for pride and unity as they Politics Stand In Way I

continue to work for Love, Peace, Equality, and Freedom, I PHIL OSSOFER 'I

practicing Non-Violence at all times. Of Housing For Poor
Last week I wrote of the possibility tional agreement should set
Two of her many appearances are foremost in the minds of of developing re- up In order that all mankind
Greater Miami Urban Executive Willard
League T. Fair
millions -- her audience with Pope Paul in Italy; and her made sources on the moon and other may benefit from these God-
a poignant and relevant presentation to the
preaching at the St. Paul Cathedral in London, England in the Relations Community planets, and of the hopes that given treasures with which our
Board forum 10th indifference
monthly on July as {to the -
spring of 1969, where an audience of 4,000 heard her speak on all nations of men might benefit earth is filled. Somehow feel
of the people of Dade County to the housing needsof
"The Dawn of a New Day." Mrs. King also emphasizes thefact from them. This week I'm that God has guided us to the
The statement follows
that her husband left a legacy of love and non-violence poor. : reversing my altitude (but not knowledge of technology so we

."and the responsibility of this legacy belongs to all of us," Let me say that I,think that Bernie Dyer put his hand on my attitude!). I'm coming down could find his creation in such

she said. Many who heard her remembered Dr. King who had the dime in terms of our, whole agenda here today We talk out of space to submerge beneath abundance as to make it pos-
preached at St. Paul's Cathedral at the time he stopped in the waters of the sea, sible tor each and every person
about for think
housing the I we are playing
poor. games
London when he was the recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize in where known treasures can be on earth to receive a
with ourselves if we do not realistically look at our com-
1964 in Oslo Norway. Mrs. Martin Luther King's preachingat to the such abun-
have found. Fm referring share. Perhaps
munity. I have been working with it for five years. I '
the St. Paul Cathedral in London marked the first time a booty to be retrieved from dance will Inspire men in communistic '
worked with most of you. I have worked with Haley Sofge.
woman had been Invited to do so. sunken I the countries dethrone
galleons: mean
Haley knows as I know that we cannot place housing for the
natural which their dictators in order to derive
resources con- -
Among the hundreds of awards Mrs.King has received is the poor in Coral Gables because the static is great. Coral
sist of food minerals and oil these benefits plus the
Universal Love Award, the first non-Italian to receive it. It is, Gables, is organized. It has a sense of community. It
well and diamonds.Just added benefit of world
as as gold peace.
given annually by Premio San Valentino Committee- Giodarno knows, where to place the pressure. They have said that

Zucchl principal sponsor. The award was presented to Mrs. public housing is good--but not for Coral Gables. I think as we have been able to Only when all mankind attains -

King in Verona, Italy on Saturday, January 18, 1969. this is true for most white communities here. explore outer space, our new to at least a minim ira of

has enabled to forcom'ortable
We all recognize the need for more than two bedrooms.We technology man worldly goods
beautiful Georgia
Mrs. enjoys a ,
King taop these underwater resour- living will peace be real and
of know that black people need, four, five maybe even
with her four children who have a great depth understandingof ces. There are chemicals free from oppressors. Thus
their mother's aim six bedrooms. But we also recognize the politics that
the work of their late father as well as which will enable men to explore modern technology would
time at are involved in terms of creating this housing. And I can
is able to
to continue his work. Whenever she spend at the lowest depths of emulate that story in Exodus
home with tb.lD.they enjoy meditation and prayer together in a sympathize with Haley Sofge because he too must play
the ocean; power tools for underwater wherein the waters of the Red
quiet way, as they did in April 1969,the first anniversary of these politics. construction; che- 'Sea parted to enable the Hebrews -

Dr. King's death. But I think in 1969 as we look at the problems of this micals that help make glass to escape from injus-

country or this state and more specifically of this county we hard enough for deep-sea storage tlce.Exodus 14:21).By"pirt') =:

This brave woman who Is saturated with love,courage, faith, cannot afford the luxury of being able to differentiate between -- and housing at fantastic ing" the waters of the seas to

Intelligence and charm ontinues to walk in the footsteps of Coral Gables or Liberty City. If we mean business In pressures, and a new fuel cell draw therefrom the treasures +)

her late husband. This is a way of life for her, as has been terms of providing housing for poor people, where it is located that will be able to power deep for the benefit of all nations, t

displayed time after time, Just as in March 1969 when she should not have any meaning.I submergence vessels at science (going hand in hand

marched with hundreds of under-paid hospital workers in depths of at least 20,000 feet. with spiritual teachings),

Charleston: South Carolina, in their quest for elementary think It is better to say we can look upon this as one of With all this -- and more- could ultimately free all mankind

Justice and human dignity. Said Mrs. King, "I, am doing this those feel better meetings. Bob Simms sent to me a letter it can be seen, as in the caseI from the injustice of tyranny -

so as to fulfill husband's dream. She often remarks that some three weeks ago in terms of this symposium and I presented last week,Interna- and starvation.

her husband is greater in death than he was in life. And, thereis sent him a letter back saying that I was not coming. ThatI

no doubt that Coretta Scott King (the Mrs. Martin Luther was going to send Cliff Straus, Now that is very unusual

King) is confident that someday his "dream" of a world of for me to- have a white man represent me. But I know he think we have got to recognize that CRBlike the Coalition

peace, love, freedom, and equality will become a reality, is familiar with the problem and could articulate the problem must begin to prod, analyze, make assignments and say to

through non-violence. And I came by accident. those who are making the decisions what is needed. If you

are going to (continue to have forums,, then you really serveno
As I heard these presentations I think that you are playing
to our community.
yourself short. I see some very familiar faces here and I purpose

Training Jobs Open NowIf think I might as well take advantage of your mike Senator f
I would hope, Senator Cain, that CRB would go on record
Cain because I not it back .
might get again. of arid
demanding that those developers contractors who have
but want to work. here is
have no experience
made in this would that
money community recognize we are
I see a representative from FHA here. Now have been
an opportunity to work and learn a new trade. All you we
going to address ourselves to the problems of black people as
have to do is apply for a job at the Employment Service trying for almost 18 months to get a 221H program off the
relates to
housing then they can no longer
Office listed below ground. That is where you go in to buy some houses that
: build luxury and semi-luxury apartments, for when you look .
for baker can be rehabilitated and sold back to the people who are
1)) A N. W. area employer has a Job opening a at the black population cancel them out.
helper trainee. The starting salary is $1.60 an hour, but occupying them at a lesser price in most instances than they. you I II

will increase to $3.00 per hour when you are trained. You were paying for rent. In 18 months we could not get 12 think in 1969 the Community Relations Board even though I
week with units of FHA off the ground. I would hop that those representatives ,
will work from 8 p.m; to 1 a.m. nights a is
you are leaving and Dr. Henry K. Stanford coming, must
of FHA would move not with speed but with J
Tuesdays off. recognize that the reason why all has been calm in this cityIs
A Hialeah has Job openings for woodworking vigor In terms of changing that process.
2) employer
the fact you have been present But I also tell you

shophands. The starting salary will be $2,00 an hour We talk about public housing.. We have a backlog of what, that ,those of us who live on the streets in the ghettos of .
for a 7:30 a.m. to400p.m.shift: Monday through Friday. this community are beginning to question whether or not
2,000 or better 3,000 or better, of this 2500 have got to be I
Experience is not necessary. black people because we are the poorest people in this Bob Simms is black or colored. We are beginning to ques-

3) We have an opening for a spray painter. Experienceis country and we need public housing. If we really mean busi- tion whether or not Dr. Shirley is with the movement or with f
not The starting salary is$1.60 hour plus
necessary. ness if about the then Dade County Medical Association.
we are talking ,non-profit sponsorship,
hours. The work week will
time and a half for over forty
we have got to make up our minds as to what is good for Dad s
be fifty-five hours, 8 a.m to 4:30 p.m. Monday through County.We We want to see some positive results. We do not want to

Friday. see some abstract, philosophical and no meaning platitudes.
Apply for all these Jobs at the Industrial Office, Florida can have these type of meetings and we have them very bring this message to you from the Satellitefrom 46th

State E mploymellt Service,1350 NW 12th Avenue,Room often in the Urban League. Don't get me wrong. Every third Street Bar, from Hampton House, from Jetaway and from

280. Employement Service offices are open from 8 a.m. to Wednesday we have a big meeting like this. But I think we my home.

5 p.m. Monday through Friday. cannot afford to continue to have these type of meetings. I Thank you.


6 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday ,July 18 1969
17lattt t fiollivdti
1uada 1Tlattie fwui Weds eqtta4,

I in white satin heart- graduated with honors in June
L1ttU St. Ann's Catholic Churchwas Michael Dreskin, Ronald Gregory shaped boxes,inscribed In gold from C, W. PostCollege,Long
the setting on June 28 for Frazier, Ronald Reeves, with name and date. The Island University. She will
I ,
the nupital mass uniting Miss Millard, Garth groom's cake was placed in teach in Glen Cove, Long is.
Lynda MarieJPerry, daughterof Jr., cousin of bridegroom wore a blue boxes. A string ensemble land. The groom is assistant
BY CLARICE LITTLES maid of honor
Leo The dean of Students
Times Society Editor Mr. and Mrs. with played during the ceremonyas at C. W
Miami '
Perry of Washington,D.C, and minosa-colored. veil white gown cotton the couple left for a honey- Post College,Long Island Uni.
matching ,
Cyrus MartinJollivette.sonof moon In Jamaica.The versity.
Friends from Hallandale, Opa-locka,and Miami helped Johi Mrs. Frances Chambers and lace bodice in modified em- bride attended Imnwcu- The couple will live in
Souter give his wife Evelyn a happy birthday last Saturday the late Dr.Cyrus Jollivette of pire. The matron of skirt honor lata Preparatory School and Brookville, Long Island.
night. Miami, Florida. wore apricot-colored
Evelyn Heidt, Miami Northwestern teacher, and her grand- with matching veil, white cot- -
daughter, Janet, are vacationing in Honolulu, Hawaii. The Rev.William J.Await ton lace modified empire bo-
Congratulations to Corrine Shipp and Elvron Milbry who performed the double-ring dice.Bridesmaids
will be married this Friday morning. ceremony, assisted by Gray- wore gowns lLTr '
Charles "Rat" Johnson, wife and two children,visited home son McGuire; Organist was with modified empire white I
from New York during the July 4th weekend. Charles Griffith with Mario cotton lace bodice and yellow r

Ann Moore McRae of 2941 NW 69th Terr., is among 37 participants Sergetti as soloist. skirts with matching veils.
in a Rutgers University Summer Session institute Bridesmaids carried white
which is providing special study in the teaching of English for The bride wore a modified lace fans entwined with yellow
educationally disadvantaged students empire line gown of ivory silk roses. The flower girl'sdress
Mr. Harold Thompson and son, Thomas of New York City, peau de sole with beadedAlencon was a replica of the bridesmaids f
are vacationing with their in-law Rev.and Mrs. L. A. Thompson lace bodie, long sleeves and she carried a
and family. She and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Clara Dean and chapel length detachable basket of yellow sweetheartroses.
spent last week in Nassau, Bahamas They returneu to the train. Her chapel length bridal The ring-bearer car-
city Monday evening. veil was styled as a mantilla ried a white satin heart-
Houseguesting with Mrs. Corene Manning recently were her of ivory illusion and matching shaped pillow lined with yellow
sister and brother-In-law, Mr.and Mrs.(Arvella)Black,their Alencon lace. She carried a roses.
daughter-in-law, Jean and their grandson, Anthony Detroit. cascade of yellow and white The mother of the bride
roses. mint silk ensemble -
wore a green
Enroute to New York, then to Europe, are Terri and Paul- costume embroideredin
ette Mitchell of Nassau who will study and tour Europe for six Mrs. Susan Willien ofSyosset silver caviar beads and

weeks. While in the city, they were the houseguests of Leroy New York was matron oi green crystal teardrops. The
Johnson. honor and Miss Marie Maggie
semi-fitted with a
Congratulations to Gladys Goodwin, cashier at Shell's City, of Brooklyn, New York was coat was encrusted mandarin- j
the recipient of the courtesy award on Tuesday, July 14. maid of honor. The other attendants jeweled
collar. She wore a matchinghat
Joyce Davis Oates came down from Tallahassee to Join her were Miss Brenda
and with mint-colored
sisters, Iral Porter, Kansas City, and Carol Henley to share Adams, Miss Dyanna Berry, orchid. bag The mother of the
in their parents (Dr. and Mrs. ira P.Davis) 32nd wedding an- Miss Robin Carter, daughterof
Abe Schrader
niversary. Carol Ann will be working in Washington, D, C. Sir John and Lady Carter of groom wore an
of silk
In Miami for the funeral of Raymond Butler are Mrs.Sadie Guyana, Mrs. Lois Gold, Miss Original aqua
with white hat and white or-
Smith, Ann I e Laurie Butler, Augusta, Ga.; Betty Garrett Karen Johnson, Miss CleoJol-
Brunswick; Dorothy Valdez, Mrs. Ellen Adams and family, livette, sister of the bride chid.
held at
The reception was
Mrs. Cereta Fluker, Henry Thurston,George Thurston,Char- groom and Mrs. Beverly 0- Air ..
Officers' Club .
les Thurston, Joseph Manning, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Butler Bryant. The flower girl was the ._ "\
Force. Hostesses__ at mm "
and Kathleen Sawyer, Key West. Diane Ross and the ringbearer np.
was Richard Naylor, Jr. reception were Mrs. Elinor Supreme Wig Model' Wins k I
Here from Melo Park,Cal1fornla are HelenRobinson) Free McGuire Mrs. Audrey

man and daughter, Marian Jones who are visiting their sister Paul Wyche of Miami,Florida Thompson, Miss Terese First Prize In PhillyMrs. =
and aunt, Catherine Roundtree, 501 NW 46th Street. was best man. Usherswere Moore and Mrs.LaGretta But-
Mrs. Kate S. Dean and granddaughters, Margaret and Paula ler. The fan motif symbolizing -
Jackson of Compton, California (Charlotte's children).are enjoying -. Mark James Cohen Chambers Frank Colucci, Jr., love, was carried out In Barbara Jean Higgs of Supreme Wig and ;
seven days Carribbean cruise. white fan centerpieces flank- Beauty Salon, 9110 NW 17th Ave., won first prize ;

Mrs.Kathleen Sears jetted to Nassau to attend the funeral of ing cigarette urns with name of in the hair and style show July 13-14 at the "Big

her sister, Viola Smith. Jakie S. Canady made a trip to Nas- (continued from couple and wedding date inscribed Show" in the bal(room_of the Sheraton Hotel in
sau also but to bury an uncle. page 1) in gold and placed on
Philadelphia. Featuring her hair and"wig styles
Marie Jones and granddaughter, Linda Conklin are vacationing pale yellow-covered cabernet !
in Miami. Marie visiting her mother, Mrs. Georgia CTA CHARGES"FOOTDRAGGING" tables. The wedding cake was was Miss Annie D.Smithof, A&A Modeling Agency, t
McKenzie decorated with fresh garnet 4025 NW 185th St., Phone 624-6103. George An-
Sheba Martin is back home after attending the Human Rela- sweetheart rose and given ton drews is director.
tions Workshop at Fisk University.Mrs. nillo said.
Mae Monroe has returned to the city after Jetting to He called for elimination of _n__ _
Manhattan to be at the bedside of her daughter, Thelma Lewis "freedom of choice atten- I
who had a bout with surgery. dance," now permitted by the
Gloria "Mazon is vacationing in, Portsmouth, Va. and School Board. WEEK END SPECIE

Greensboro, N, C. Frank whohasreturnedfrom over- Tornillo said It was incon-
seas Is visiting the E.WF. Stirrup family of Coconut Grove. ceivable that the board would
George Simpson Jr, was home for a weekend from Atlanta. continue to put portables at

Former Miamian, Marguerite (Ward) Davis, Raleigh, N.C, overcrowded, predominantly
vacationed with her family for ten days. white schools, while nearby Map Dresses
Mr. and Mrs. Edward (Muriel Culmer) Crump and their all-black schools, had avail-

grandson, Andrea, Gary Indiana, spent two weeks with her able space.
mother, Mrs Margaret J, Culmer and other ,relatives., The CTA statement came in
' Here from Atlantic City are Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Bender response to recent action by
who are enjoying the activities our city offers. the school system to meet
Miss Hilda Bowe, M.B.D., Nassau was one of 12 Bahamins guidelines set down by the
named in the Queen's Birthday Honors Miss Bowe is matronat U.S. Department of Health, Warehouse Outlet
the Princess Margaret Hospital, Miss Bowe is the niece of Education and Welfare, which
Mrs. Edward (Marjorie) Wake. ordered more integration in
Get well wishes to Winifred Kilpatrlck at Pan American Dade County. 2800 N.W. 5th AvenueCENTER i
Hospital for surgery; Placlle Hall at Mercy; Marie Cooper at Besides asking for voluntary -
home. transfers, Superintendent ( OF THE GARMENT DISTRICT)
Ladies from the Florida Federation of Women's Clubs were Edward L. Whigham directed -
given time at the regular meeting of Model Cities Governing his staff to assign new
Board, July 9, to make two presentations to Chairman Atha- black teachers to predomi- Dresses-Suits-Culottes
lie Range. Mrs. Elizabeth Curtis presented a plaque for out- nantly white schools and new I
standing Woman of the Year. Mrs.Wilhelmina Sands presentedan white teachers to predomi-
arrangement of red roses. Others in the group were Mrs. nantly black schools. s
lona Duke, State Arts chairman and Mrs. Marie Price. The CTA has called for a # s ; $ P96 I
Dr. Robert B. Hayling is Health Services Consultant for the meeting on Tuesday, July 22
EOPI. Dr. Hayling attended a meeting of the Black Advisory at 7 p.m., In the CTA Towers
Council in Washington, D. C. Auditorium, and has invited 'i None I
The Fred (Dorothy) Martins and son, Fred Jr. motored to representatives of all groups ; From
Jacksonville for their vacation. In Jacksonville, they were the concerned withschoolln- New York Higher
guests of the Charles Martins. tegration, especially the
Here from Manhattan are Mrs. Edna Wiggins and Mrs. Urban Coalition, the Black CaliforniaMiami Values
Cedric (Mamie) Wallace. They are the houseguests of James Federation, civil rights and
and Pauline Martin. 2525 NW 90th street. black power groups, and ))7\ i To $16.99 JJ1Exfra

Carol Hanna and daughter, Tera of Nassau are in the city school officials.
to be at the bedside of her mother, Mrs. Marie Cooper. The purpose of the meet- fk !
Francine Hunt chose New York as her vacation spot. She is ing, Tornillo said, will be to

visiting her cousins, the Alfred Kemps, Bronx. develop a total, longrangeplan
for integration, rather Special
Becky Ingram and Theophilis Calvin Adderly.were mar- than "stop-gap" methods
ried Saturday in St. Mary's Wesleyan Methodist Church The
bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Ingram Ft. c
.I Pierce. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Bertha Adderly, ATTENTIONChurches t.ai =

2333 NW 71st Lane and the late Theophilis C. Adderly. Aftera Nightclubsand :
wedding trip to the Bahamas, the couple will live in Miarai\ Musicians

KIDS NEED RIDE TO DOCTOR: Do you have a car? If so, Hammond Organ B3. Must
the second annual Send-a-Kld-to-Camp project needs you to
tell Immediately. $1100
'\ transport children to their physical exams and buses leav- cash. Contact Freddie Friday 9:30 To 5:00

ing for camp. Greene, 4949 NW 7th Ave. Saturday-9:30 To 3:00 P.M.

High school and college students, mothers, grandparents, I
and retired persons interested in helping may volunteer by PL 8-9191 or Hurry In For Best Selection'
calling Miss Betsy Loescher at the Girl Scout office, 4446554.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 18, 1969 7

46 Black Owned Insurance Companies Meet On Beach .

More than 400 delegates representing Budgets, profits,income tax dent, Pilgrim Health & Life Health & Accident- Insurance July 21 at 8:00 p.m. on the A special reception In the

46 black owned and and managementattitudes, insurance Co., and Warren J. Brunch on "Women Power," campus of Florida Memorial exhibit area, a trip to Lion

operated life insurance com- special provinces of the home Bracey, claims supervisor, July 23. College. James Evans, con- Safari, and a children's splash
panies doing business in 28 office section,will be exploredby Universal Life Insurance Co. For the first time in many sellor to assistant secretary party will provide relaxation 1

states will gather at Miami John L. Hundley, National years the association will Department of Defense, will for delegates and their famllities. -

Beach's Hilton plaza Hotel Life Insurance Co.; R.W. Me- Presenting the woman's hold a public meeting Monday act as master of ceremonies. .

between July 21-24 for the berg partner of E r d stand point of view will be trip- -",,,- ,* .' '--" ., ..
49th annual \; "t. "WI.i'j! '' : l1 .'''''''
Ernst 'tof '
convention of :
the CPA
firm; Datls B. winning female agents dis- ,I '1" r.1J
1 .
National; insurance Assn., according Norton, vice president, Union cussing "The Distaff Side of : :;: : tt.
to 'J,": 1)4.tJ... ,.' '''''.
NIA Protective r '
president War- Life Insurance Co. Sales, while Mary L. Oakley J 'IJI" ; '
.. ;1
dell C. Croft, president of S. W. Walker, n, vice presi secretary, Union Mutural Life ", 1r \ ,. "
r -'t : ,\
Wright Mutual Insurance Co. S
'" \
of Detroit.As : '

in the past, concern with First 12 Graduate --:0."I"- : "

the upgrading of skills, expansion .. '''' ,, .'
of markets and problems f 'ft. ,t .,., "';"'::
of management will be From Job CenterOnth ..

approached through panel discussions 3.
and speeches -Job-training began MA-4 program of the Department r Jt
by :
Monday for twelve graduatesof of Labor.
company officials. However, the Miami Jobs Center the
Receiving new employees -
principal theme of the convention -
1051 N.W. 62nd Street, a facility are Lindsley RBC Lumbertwo
"The Sale is the Pay-
off," will emphasize the role created by the Greater ( ), Jordan Marsh (two),
Miami Chamber of Commercewith Dade Federal Savings & Loan M
of the
agent and the
department. Variations agency on the cooperation of eighteen (one), Studio of Lighting (two)

the theme will receive in- Dade County employersjobs. The Miami Herald (four) and

depth treatment In work ses- The. twelve the Miami Beach First National Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bradley of 1826 NW 44th Street aboard the S. S. New
are first c Bank (one).
sions with the presentations Importance of Illustrating the- class to complete the courseof Entering their next phase of Bahama Star prior to a Nassau cruise from Miami are shown outside the beau \

consummated sale and the interdependence personal counseling, job employmeny are Maceo tiful Star Lounge, overlooking the ship's pool and spacious sun deck. The

of insurance orientation and job-related Brown, Gregory Carey, ship was their floating resort hotel for the complete trip they lived

, I operations training at the Center staffed Shirley Cochran, RodneyGra- aboard, had all meals in the ship's sunny dining room, enjoyed nightclub en-
by Ford Educationaland ham Cecil Hall Marshall
I ,
Scheduled to give major addresses Technical Services under Hurst, Patricia Richie, Eric tertainment in the elegant Star Lounge, organ recitals in the intimate Bahama j

assistant are secretary James of Farmer the De-, contract to the Chamber. Theygo Roberts, Thomas Seymour, Lounge. Movies are shown evenings in the ship's theatre the cruise

partment of Health, Education to jobs for which they have Bettye Williams, Bertha staff plans entertainment for those wishing to participate. In Nassau, there

and Welfare; Broward Williams already been hired, under the Wilson and Cleo Young was time.to shop, sightsee, and take in the Bahamian night life.

Florida Insurance
Commissioner; Dr. Kenneth

Black, chairman of the Department -

;j of Insurance,Georgia 1'

p State College, and Jack

H. Quaritius, president of '

1, Peninsular Life Insurance. :itgi; skin refreshersfrom
Official greetings will be'ii

{< ;, extended by'the Mayor of

Miami Beach, Jay Dermer, .
n and local community leaders. "

i : HerbertC.Graebnerex.. ,; 'I, ". \'\ Florie Roberts
?; 4\. ecutive vice president-trea-' ....; ii,

I',, surer, American College of ;[

Life Underwriters and JamesH. 'j: ':'1"- Perk-up! Pick up your skin with this

Browne, president, Cru- marvelous melanin make-up collec'I -
sader Life Insurance Co. will "'"
deliver keynote speeches t 0 \ ', \ / : tion. Try Derma Pure Facial Scrub; I;

\ ,. (' ...; Anti-Oil Lotion Blue Indigo Mois- I"",
the agency and home office 1.) ; 'I'. J"1 ", ''i1 r.;>Iiljl! ; 'I or I

sections, respectively. The : '. r 4'\\o I, .;, 'j-,(':}!V j' ';w/:/: turizer. All designed. to give you a
..president's will. be the annual highlight message of the '%' t *;,i',;", .'i ,, "']1.' sparkly summer skin. Come in. Meet

first general session '; o.'': ..;>::1;,,',' Miss Shirley Burkes, Flori Roberts'
k\1!, Sessions will be presided !'\ t ft '11' J: \1" trained consultant. She'll analyze

over by NIA officers, Jesse ", i your skin type and chart a Summer

Hill, Jr., 1st vice president, ). f
Skin Care for
Program just you. t tr :
J. A. Batts vice
president- J '. .
agency and Noah H. Bennett. .
Jr., vice president-home of- cosmetics, downtown miami only. '. .
AN?} "
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fice. Hill is actuary of.Atlanta I ;, ,i ,{ ::
Life Insurance Co., and .
: 'i'
Bennett, actuary of North I' .' '':,.. '.. :",. .'
Carolina Mutual Life Insurance :

Also presiding Co. will be H.A. :: ,""t : 4***'"

Caldwell, assistantdlrectorofagenciestraining ft1: : :: > ',) 1

Universal : .' ,: '1'1' ', I, \ 1 I'' ,' I i I'. .
Life Insurance Co.; Frank t ,, .
Hill associate dir- :: : ,;,k:::' I,: ,;,tuI: I:, ,
agency .. l\il\t .I \ .. t 1'v ., ,,'
ector, Atlanta Life; Donald ...;
: : I' :,
Thompson vice-president .. ; : J:":
treasurer, Profident Home .: :
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: 111"1/" ) r.
Industrial Mutual and .
\ '
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:):! "lf", : \ J :;, : "
American Burney, II,Life president Burney', Afro-' and r".",,", "' ,)_.h', 'Hi'" ,. ,,.\,r'cu".'.,'''fII\iJI.i: .: ,4'IrM.'" H.$ "' ,'r h' "..
''I.: $ ;Jt t' 'YJi r liI,1 \':," "
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his committee are responsiblefor ,;;, .. ', {iI'f''. .,.:Cr' 7 1"I .
.. \\J': ,, ,. 4'. ., Af
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of the theme ,
development I. 'i. r-.t. '!II j' .,.
;' :.\1' r ,11' I .11) ( !
and program. t \k ;I, II !'
'. .
I .
I ':"( ; : '
participating inapanelpre- ; ,," ':;r I" ." I 't.'... "i'" :""

senting the past, present and I : \'if '. .,;\\1 l!t ..v/t./ .. .. ,(.
future of sales will be GeorgeW. ,11 .': ''jl., r. !i<\" '
'. I "
,1' "
Lee, vice president, Atlanta I J \ ftt";:! n :
Life; J. Q. Falls, dis- ')i .,' .., :':,4. : It'' ,rt"

trict manager, Winston Mu- ;: '\ ''I : II'!
1, ..,, W I:: 1'f' -
tual Life Insurance Co.; O.B. ;.J, ; :'
:; :: 5 ,
McGregor, district manager, ; I' t'
I' "" "
'. "J \ II.
Atlanta Life;Jeremiah Moore, :.H ." \',! r.JJ!:' '!'
: ;1, f "
ordinary consultant, Supreme .. .' : ,:; ;
j"' : I. ""t..ir: 'h i .
Life Insurance Co.; and Cal- .. 1 .f! ".1'. :, '
\ ,
vin Vismale, CLU, vice pre-, \: f .> :, : "h) .J ,.1: .
sident-agency director of Su- :'. :5 :-::! ,4; j t. '.. .. :,<:;I ,"i "
\ } ':,"" ,.,, '. 1 .., .,,1'1"' ..,:t "I :if It .
Life \ ( ,
preme 1 :' Il Ji f : ,; 1/ ;: ( 1/; w .
; "
Other aspects of sales will .. }f '
[ :t. .\ r ,\ :':> .
be dealt with by Virgil L.Harris "Ii"', .." t. ., .'lJl i ,. ':, r; ,
president, Protective Industrial '. : ;.Io\l ", ;1\

Insurance Co.; JohnA. ;t4' ': .1I.1'' .. .' ,)1,:",' : !f' "i'" ,
c., : :'i ; ':4 ,;: f" : ::
Miller, CLU, vice presi- '"" l ;'t 4',,;, tI'f; <.r'..il) .\..:'; '"...J./(, ,f'.' k1 ".im ". '!I ; "in. :,;" ,:"
dent-company relations, Life ;. t/y .' ::1.: ,' : .,' '
; : :
Insurance Agency Manage- i' ;, : ; : ;, : .;, !it, I ..' : ri"

ment Assn.; Alonzo Gary, i

agency Insurance director Co.; ,L.Central R. Taylor Life, r 'jB: TJ Pi ID I 3Sr S' ,

actuary, ,Mammoth Life. and

Accident Insurance Co. and ,. ''r-I..
Robert P. Lyons, agency dir-

ector, Crusader Life.

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6 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, ,July 18, 1969 1Ttaltt ffollivette I
J.fltda Mwe 7wf Wed4 efltU4

guests In white satin heart- graduated with honors In June
St. Ann's Catholic Churchwas Michael Dreskln, Gregory shaped boxes,inscribed to gold from C. W. PostCollege,Long
; tJ' the setting on June 28 for Frazier, Ronald Hersch Reeves, with name and date. The Island University. She will
the nupital mass uniting Miss Millard, Garth ,. groom's cake was placed In teach in Glen Cove, Long is.
Lynda Marie.Perry, daughterof jr., cousin of bridegroom.The wore a blue boxes. A string ensemble land. The groom is assistant
BY CLARICE LITTLES maid of honor
Mr. and Mrs. Leo with played during the ceremonyas dean of Students at C. W
Miami Times Society Editor
Perry of Washington C.and minosa-colored white gown cotton the couple left for a honey- Post College, Long Island ilni-
Cyrus Martin Jollivette,son of matching veil, moon in Jamaica.The versity.
Friends from Hallandale Opa-locka and Miami helped John and lace bodice in modified em-
Mrs. Frances Chambers bride attended Imm'lculata The couple will live in
'Souter give his wife Evelyn a happy birthday last Saturday the late Dr.Cyrus Joll1veUe of pire. The matron of skirt honor Preparatory School and Brookville, Long Island.
night. Miami, Florida. wore apricot-colored
Evelyn Heidt, Miami Northwestern teacher, and her grand- with matching veil, white cot-
daughter, Janet, are vacationing in Honolulu, Hawaii. The Rev.William J.A wait ton lace modified empire bo- .
Congratulations to Corrine Shipp and Elvron Milbry who performed the double-ring ea >
will be married this Friday morning. ceremony, assisted by Gray- dice.Bridesmaids wore gowns

Charles "Rat" Johnson, wife andtwochUdren,visited home son McGuire; Organist was with modified empire'white
from New York during the July 4th weekend. Charles Griffith with Mario cotton lace bodice and yellow
Ann Moore McRae of 2941 NW 69th Terr., Is among 37 par- Sergetti as soloist. skirts with matching veils.
ticipants In a Rutgers University Summer Session institute Bridesmaids carried white
which Is providing special study In the teaching of English for The bride wore a modified lace fans entwined with yellow-
educationally disadvantaged students.Mr. empire line gown of Ivory silk roses. The flower girl's dress
Harold Thompson and son, Thomas of New York City, peau de sole with beadedAlencon was a replica of the bridesmaids -
are vacationing with their In-law,Rev.and Mrs.L. A. Thompson lace bodie, long sleeves and she carried a
and family. She and her sister-In-law, Mrs. Clara Dean and chapel length detachable basket of yellow sweetheartroses.
spent last week in Nassau, Bahamas. They returned to the train. Her chapel length bridal The ring-bearer car-
city Monday evening.Houseguesting veil was styled as a mantilla ried a white satin heart- v
with Mrs. Corene Manning recently were her of ivory Illusion and matching shaped pillow lined with yellow
: sister and brother-in-law, Mr.and Mrs.Arvella)Black,their Alencon lace. She carried a roses.
daughter-in-law, Jean and their grandson, Anthony of Detroit cascade of yellow and white The mother of the,bride
roses. mint silk en-
l Enroute to New York, then to Europe, are Terri and Paul- wore a green embroideredin

ette Mitchell of Nassau who will study and tour Europe for six Mrs. Susan Willien of Syos- semble silver costume caviar beads and

weeks. While In the city, they were the houseguests of Leroy set, New York was matron of The ;fna.
crystal teardrops.
Johnson.. honor and Miss Marie Maggioof green
'semi-fitted with a
Congratulations to Gladys Goodwin, cashier at Shell's City, Brooklyn, New York was coat was mandarin-
the recipient of, the courtesy award on Tuesday, July 14. maid of honor. The other attendants jeweled I
Joyce Davis Oates came down from Tallahassee to Join her were Miss Brenda collar. She wore a matchinghat
with mint-colored
sisters, Iral Porter, Kansas City, and Carol Henley to share Adams, Miss Dyanna Berry, and bag mother of the
'in their parents (Dr. and Mrs. ira P. Davis) 32nd wedding anniversary Miss Robin Carter, daughterof orchid. The t
Abe Schrader
Carol Ann will be working in Washington, D. C. Sir John and Lady Carter of groom wore an
of silk worsted s
In Miami for the funeral of Raymond Butler,are Mrs.Sadie Guyana, Mrs. Lois Gold, Miss Original aqua
white hat and white or-
Smith, Annie Laurie Butler, Augusta, Ga.; Betty Garrett, Karen Johnson, MissCleoJol- with
Brunswick; Dorothy Valdez, Mrs. Ellen Adams and family, livette, sister of the bride-: chid. .
Mrs. Cereta Fluker, Henry Thurston,George Thurston,Char- groom and Mrs. Beverly (*- The reception was held atOfficers'
les Thurston, Joseph Manning, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Butler Bryant. The flower girl was Club, Bolling Air
and Kathleen Sawyer, Key West. Diane Ross and the ringbearer Force. Hostesses at the {
reception were Mrs. Elinor Supreme Wig Model Wins
was Naylor Jr.
Here from Melo Park,California are HelenRobinson) Free- McGuire, Mrs. Audrey
man and daughter, Marian Jones who are visiting their sister Thompson, Miss Terese
Paul Wyche of Miami, Flo- First Prize In PhillyMrs. !
and aunt, Catherine Roundtree, 501 NW 46th Street. Moore and Mrs.LaGretta But-
rida was best man. Ushers
Mrs. Kate S. Dean and granddaughters, Maragretand Paula ler. The fan motif symbolizing -
Jackson of Compton, California (Charlotte's children),are enjoying -. were Mark James Cohen Chambers Frank Colucct, Jr., love, was carried out In Barbara Jean Higgs of Supreme Wig and .;
seven days Carrfbbean cruise. white fan centerpieces flank- Beauty Salon, 9110 NW 17th Ave., won first prize

Mrs.Kathleen Sears jetted to Nassau to attend the funeral of Ing cigarette urns with name of in the hair and style show July 13-14 at the "Big
her sister, Viola Smith. Jakie S. Canady made a trip to Nas- 'couple and wedding date Inscribed Show" in the ballroom the Sheraton Hotel in
continued from _
sau also but to bury an uncle. ( page 1)) In gold and placed on
Philadelphia. her hair and"wig
Featuring styleswas
Marie Jones and granddaughter, Linda Conklin are vaca- pale yellow-covered cabernet
tioning In Miami. Marie visiting her mother, Mrs. Georgia CTA eHARGE"FOOTDRAGGING" tables. The wedding cake was Miss Annie D.Smithof, A&A Modeling Agency,

} McKenzie. decorated with fresh garnet 4025 NW 185th St., Phonet 6246103. George An-
Sheba Martin Is back home after attending the Human Rela- sweetheart rose and given to drews is director.Warehouse.
tions Workshop at Fisk University. nillo said.
Mrs. Mae Monroe has returned to the city after jetting to He called for elimination of
Manhattan to be at the, bedside of her daughter, Thelma Lewis "freedom of choice atten- I
who had a bout" with surgery. dance," now permitted by the
Gloria Mazon Is vacationing in Portsmouth, Va. and School Board. WEEK END SPECIAL
Greensboro, N. C.. Frank Whitlow who has returned from over- Tornillo said it was incon-
seas is visiting the E.W.F. Stirrup family of Coconut Grove. ceivable that the board would
George Simpson Jr. was home for a weekend from Atlanta. continue to put portables at

Former Miamian, Marguerite (Ward) Davis, Raleigh, N.C. overcrowded, p r e dominantly
vacationed with her family for ten days. white schools, while nearby Mays Dresses
Mr. and Mrs. Edward (Muriel Culmer) Crump and their all-black schools, had avail-
grandson, Andrea, Gary Indiana, spent two weeks with her able space.:
mother, Mrs. Margaret J, Culmer and other relatives. The CTA statement came In
Here from Atlantic City are Mr. and Mrs:Jimmle Bender response to recent action by
who are enjoying the activities our city offers the school system to meet
Miss Hilda Bowe, M.B.D., Nassau was one of 12 Bahamins guidelines set down by the '
named in the Queen's Birthday Honors. Miss Bowe Is matronat U.S. Department of Health, Outlet 1
the Princess Margaret Hospital,Miss Bowe is the niece of Education and Welfare, which
Mrs. Edward (Marjorie) Wake ordered more Integration In
Get well wishes to Winifred Kilpatrick: at Pan American Dade County. 2800 N.W. 5th Avenue
Hospital for surgery; Placile Hall at Mercy; Marie Cooper at Besides asking for voluntary ..y
home. transfers, Superintendent (CENTER OF THE GARMENT DISTRICT)
Ladies from the Florida Federation of Women's Clubs were Edward L. Whigham directed -
given time at the regular meeting of Model Cities Governing his staff to assign new t
Board, July 9, to make two presentations to Chairman Atha- black teachers to predomi- : Dresses-Suits-Culottes
lie Range. Mrs. Elizabeth Curtis presented a plaque for Out- nantly white schools and new
standing Woman of the Year. Mrs.Wilhelmina Sands presentedan white teachers to predomi-
arrangement of red roses. Others in the group were Mrs. nantly black schools.
Iona Duke, State Arts chairman and Mrs. Marie Price. The CTA has called for a $ P96

Dr. Robert B. Hayling is Health Services Consultant the meeting on Tuesday, July 22 I
EOPL Dr. Hayling attended a meeting of the Black Advisory at 7 p.m., In the CTA Towers Iv
Council in Washington, D. C. Auditorium, and has Invited None
The Fred (Dorothy) Martins and son, Fred Jr. motored to representatives of all groups From
Jacksonville for their vacation In Jacksonville, they were the concerned with school integration New York Higher
guests of the Charles Martins. especially the ,I
Here from Manhattan are Mrs Edna Wiggins and Mrs. Urban Coalition, the Black CaliforniaMiami Values Q
Cedric (Mamie) Wallace. They are the houseguests of James Federation, civil rights and
and Pauline Martin. 2525 NW 90th street. black power groups, and To $16.99

Carol Hanna and daughter, Tera of Nassau are In the city school officials.
to be at the bedside of her mother, Mrs. Marie Cooper. The purpose of the meet- z-
Francine Hunt chose New York as her vacation spot. She Is ing, Tornillo said, will be to ..
visiting her cousins, the Alfred Kemps, Bronx., develop a total, longrangeplan
for integration, rather Special
Becky Ingram and Theophllis Calvin Adderly Jr.were mar- than "stop-gap" methods. ,
ried Saturday In St. Mary's Wesleyan Methodist Church. The '
bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Ingram, Ft. 750 Dre>ses .
P Pierce. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Bertha Adderly, ATTENTIONChurches A
2333 NW 71st Lane and the late Theophilis C. Adderly. Aftera While Th
wedding trip to the Bahamas, the couple will live in Miamil Musicians

KIDS NEED RIDE TO DOCTOR: Do you have a car? If so, Hammond Organ B3. Must
the second annual Send-a-Kid-to-Camp project needs you to tell Immediately. $1100 1 (
transport children to their physical exams and buses leav- cash. Contact Freddie Friday 9:30 To 5:00

ing for camp. Green., 4949 NW 7th Ave. Saturday-9:30 'To 3:00 P.M.

High school and college students, mothers,grandparents: ,
and retired persons interested in helping may volunteer by PL or Hurry In For Best Selection
calling Miss Betsy Loescher at the Girl Scout office, 444-6554. _

THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 18, 1969 7

46 Black Owned Insurance Companies Meet On BenchMore

than 400 delegates representing Budgets, profits,income tax dent, Pilgrim Health & Life Health & Accident insurance July 21 at 8:00 p.m. on the A special reception in the ,

46 black owned and and managementattitudes, Insurance CO., and Warren J. Brunch on "Women Power," campus of Florida Memorial exhibit area, a trip to Lion

operated life insurance com- special provinces of the home Bracey, claims supervisor, July 23. College James Evans, con- Safari, and a children's splash '
panies doing business in 28 office section,will be exploredby Universal Life Insurance Co. For the first time in many sellor to assistant secretary party will provide relaxationfor I

states will gather at Miami John L. Hundley, National years the association will Department of Defense, will delegates and their faml-

Beach's Hilton Plaza Hotel Life Insurance Co.; R.W. Me- Presenting the woman's hold a public meeting,Monday act as master of ceremonies. lities.
between July 21-24 for the berg partner of Er Ast and point of view will be trip-

49th annual convention of the Ernst, CPA, firm; Datis' B. winning female agents dis- "ate

National Insurance Assn., according Norton, vice presIdent Union cussing, "The Distaff Side of ,
to NIA president War- Protective Life Insurance Co. Sales," while Mary L. Oakley c ,

dell C. Croft, president of S. W. Walker, n, vice presi- secretary, Union Mutural Life 7, p., ;
Wright Mutual Insurance Co.
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of Detroit.As S' w

in the past, concern with First 12 Graduate d .

the upgrading of skills, expansion -
of markets and pro-
From Job Center
blems of management will be

approached through panel discussions -
On-th-Job-training began MA-4 program of the Depart-
speeches by Monday for twelve graduatesof ment of Labor.
company officials. However, A N' Cy gM ,
the Miami Jobs Center, Receiving the new employees -
the theme of
principal the con-
1051 NW. 62nd Street, a facility are LindsleyRBC Lumbertwo
vention "The Sale Is the
off," will, emphasize the role Pay- created by the Greater ( ), Jordan Marsh (two),
Miami Chamber of Commercewith
Dade Federal Savings & Loan
of the agent and the
Variations agency the cooperation of eighteen (one), Studio of Lighting (two)
on Dade County employersJobs. The Miami Herald (four) and -" -.- -.
theme will receive in-
depth treatment in work ses- The. twelve Miami Beach First National Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bradley of 1826 NW 44th Street aboard the S.. S. New
are the first c Bank (one).
sions with presentations illustrating class to complete the courseof Entering their next phase of Bahama Star prior to a Nassau cruise from Miami are shown outside thebeau- \

consummated the Importance sale and the of the inter personal counseling, job employmeny are Maceo tiful Star Lounge, overlooking, ship's pool and spacious sun deck. The

dependence of insurance orientation and Job-related Brown, Gregory Carey, ship was their floating I resort hotel for the complete trip they lived
+ training at the Center staffedby Shirley Cochran, RodneyGra- aboard had all meals in the
! operations. Philco-Ford Educationaland ham Cecil Hall Marshall ship's sunny dining room, enjoyed nightclub entertainment *

Scheduled to give major ad- Technical Services under Hurst,, Patricia Richie, Eric in the elegant Star Lounge, organ recitals in the intimate Bahama -

I dresses assistant are James of Farmer the De-, contract to the Chamber. Theygo Roberts, Thomas Seymour, Lounge. Movies are shown evenings in the ship's theatre the cruise

: partment secretary of Health, Education to Jobs for which they have Bettye Williams, Bertha staff plans entertainment for those wishing to participate. In Nassau, there

already been hired, under the Wilson and Cleo Young. was time to shop sightsee and take in the Bahamian
'" and Welfare; Broward Williams night life.

Florida Insurance

+ Commissioner; Dr. Kenneth '
Black, chairman of the Department -

of InsuranceGeor- '
i.fa. State College, and Jack

i H. Quarltius, president of '
Peninsular Life Insurance Co. \;:;;? skin refreshers

' Official greetings will be'I ,

I, extended by the Mayor of

Miami Beach, Jay Dermer, .
and local community leaders.
" ,
.; Herbert C.Graebner "Y from Florie/ Roberts

!, ecutive vice presidenttreasurer -

American College of ', .
' Life Underwriters and JamesH. 'J,, '\. Perk-up! Pick up your skin with this

Browne, president, Crusader I;; marvelous melanin collec-
j'',,,,,I'; make-up
" Life Insurance Co. will
I deliver keynote speeches to \ ,1 c, ;:,:..: ,pl tion. Try Derma Pure Facial Scrub; ,,

the agency and home office' ,. r', f 1.lttr-. "" i .. "'}ir.-" .",;"'. Anti-Oil r I Lotion or Blue I Indigo Moisturizer. "- r \
sections, respectively. The :, ,:' ; AH designed to give you a

will president's be the annual highlight message of the ; v ''';0-' ..- ,., ,,,", ,;,...:('.. sparkly summer skin. Come in. Meet
; !
first general session ,..' Miss Shirley Burkes, Flori Roberts'
Sessions will be presided., trained consultant. She'll analyze

" over by NIA ,officers, Jesse ',' -' your skin type, and chart a Summer

Hill, Jr., 1st vice president, k :' Skin Care Program just for you. r A\;
J. A. Batts, vice president- >
agency and Noah: H. Bennett. .
vice of- -, cosmetics, downtown miami only. "
Jr., president-home AM

fice. Hill Is actuary of.At- t.OTlp ':' "

lanta Life Insurance Co., and L ', ( 11"

Bennett, actuary of North :: '.,f "1': 1,1' ',
Carolina Mutual Life Insurance -

Co. ,
Also presiding will be H.A. : : ,

caldwell, assistant director of : :;:,;;: '
{ ,:
agencies-training, Universal -
Insurance Frank t'iffl, :,: \ 't .' \' ,
Life Co.; : I
::: !' \ .
i'I b ,, ",' ',I
Hill, associate agency director \ ,If(' I' ", ('/Iii I. "
I, Atlanta Life; Donald R :, .;" :':, 1 "f\: ," i t. ;ll' ,,.; l'1" \1I" {
'I'' Thompson. vice-president : ; > ::

treasurer, Profident Home (,.:, 4 '
and I ',1"1""I; "' ;ft, \ : fir. :
industrial Mutual LH. I,
; ,. :H : t: }", I ::IiV,'i.irli i'IiJi'' ) .., t I "
Burney, H, president, Afro- .'! ,', '.,; ft ,:h\\' \.Wro/io.. j 1 'ft, 'r ) .:
American Life Burney and ,', '1,' 'Rr.ti J4JI1f.: '' t! f j ",:' N, 'j 1 ,1' "'.1. ,!t,:." ,
I his committee are responsiblefor '" ,," ',, *. ,,I ,. .
d" .
of theme ;, ", "Ij iii,'" I ,;; ) I:(;. ,,' : < the
development ,
: ; ,.' rq", i, : ,!1&4,;', l..I' : ,

and program. I I 1\\ ;: ;., ,;:'1.'t, r ,
Participating in a panel pre '7,,( ;,'j :' .. I<;{';:,": W. I" : ,, 11:"",

senting the past, present and ;, '; \\t.' "' Il IYt. I,', I
future of sales will be GeorgeW. I j," .,. : "' .. ,! '
Lee, vice president, At- 1"", 'i ""f"::1; :

lanta Life; J. Q. Falls, dis- 4 'I' "
}: )1 ,
trict manager, Winston Mu- ,: I :: I I; "
\i1! f,
tual Life Insurance Co.; O.B. i d, ),1 '' '
McGregor, district manager n I"''"'"II' I r
Atlanta Life;Jeremiah Moore, ,114 ,, :::::;f J ;;"
',1" :!!,' """ ij : '
Supreme r
ordinary '
', '
Life Insurance Co.; and Cal- \ ;4' ;1 : : '. :: ;;;; ; ,
vin Vis male CLU vice pre ; ,
c. .
director of Su- ; f!. J : ,\' j. ,:
sident-agency 'M+nt.-,. '
lJ < ,,} ,< ,',< IJti'' ;f', A'i:iP' or r
( '
preme Other Life.aspects of sales will-i \. } .' ,. ::1": Ii'J." ,'J.,.f',; l",;, ":>, I

be dealt with by Virgil L.Har ,.",J' ", .I' '!!,

ris, president, Protective Industrial MISS SHIRLEY BURKES .. .. _. ,..,' I ,

Insurance Co.; JohnA. aqa ,w',,,, , ., ',J ,' ,IJ ;; ':
Miller, CLU, vice presi ;
relations Life '. :, ,
dent-company I 'It
ht I ,
Insurance Agency Manage- '

ment Assn.; Alonzo Gary, '

agency Insurance director Co.; ,L.Central R. Taylor Life, <1\ ;{t ,I ma K fc & Jii''D: I 2STV kESU'' :8 .

Life and "1' .. b
.Mammoth ,
'i actuary, 'f' "} : rJ (

l' Accident Insurance Co. and -,"; ; '<; 'r.' ,
: : "
Robert P. Lyons, agency dir t-. : :

ector, Crusader Life. .. .. '.. ,' : -'

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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 18, 1969

Summer Theater

Addie ReportsOn I Students Start

Musical ArtsBy t. I


L1 1 hffi 1i I I
actors and Q Aei
-- Teenage --
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tresses In training started
The Performing Arts So- would serve to ornate the stage filming; at Haulover Beach
ciety is The Performing Arts and that tunics with large black Thursday July 10th onanori-
Society because of the many berets holding up tremendous ginal story written by and for
excellent persons working to.. ostrich multi-color feathers the young performers.A cR rV
make it so.Your eyes will only would add the necessary color six week shooting sche- \ s
see the "front" people or"the touches for an interesting dule is planned. The entire ; P wS A
performers", however much "Camelot". Miss Shoemakertook project from ,storybookbegin- lF 't
//tribute should be paid to those care of that. With all her ning through to the final pro-
you don't seeandwhohave Justas artistic ability and many hard duct, is being handled by the i
much effort into the success working hours of designing, teenagers. r : ; Z
bf our affairs. drawing and cutting, glueing
The next few weeks will introduce and sowing this all became a
to you several social reality as if a fairy tale came SUMMER MUSIC r M
secretaries,several unofficial true.
press representatives and if I Costumes ready (with the AT DORSEYA
can coaxhim, the ole man him help of her many lady friends), '!i
self Mr. Paul La Pierre. it was time to do something summer music programis '.
These people are the executives about the Invitations which this now being held at Dorsey -- _. _-- V ,I
of our musical organization. time were to include the"pro- Junior High School. Enroll- Members of CEP's Operation Mainstream 'who visited Nassau during the -.11
within its This ment is to all Junior and
gram" cover.
This week, it's my great open
pleasure to give you the results amounted to making trips to senior high school students. 4th of July weekend for a cultural exchange program are from I left to right, back t,
of my talk with my dear the printers and creating a design Individuals and groups row: Laura Stewart, Hattie Edwards, Lizzy Stone, Rosa Harris, James Mc- \
friend the society's assistantS never before used for wanting to participate in the Guire, Lillian Delaney, Charlotte Reid, Mildred Hills. Left to right, front r
social secretary Miss Eliza such a program. You, my cultural arts exhibition in I row: Alma Jenkins, Horsey Howard, David Johnson, Catherine (Moms) Jack :
: beth Shoemaker. friends have seen the resultsof September may use the band :
\ that because it turned out room for rehearsal purposes. son, Edith Bryant, Ethel Higgs, Retha Burkes, Margaret Visconti, Eva Bos- _':1
\I <<\U! Just beautiful. Come out to the school and tic. Not shown: Angie Hall and Frances Coins. Dave Bondu was supervisor. IT;

And to let the world and all get your act together! Photo by Bondu. |1'1|
its important people know of
our great happening it was
more than a mere project to
send out the hundreds of let- ; ,
ters of invitations which left F
our doors. Miss Shoemakersaw "
to it that everyone re- ADS DON'T :
known in our area and beyond
would have proper notifica
tion. This resulted in those a COST '- THEY
very special stories in our Miami .3
Herald and Miami News,
r both carrying photographs and : ; LJ PAYI ,
feature articles about Mr. La .
I Pierre and the society.The :
White House contactedMr. i.'
La Pierre three times and
"Betsy", one would easily the Governor's Mansion also 1:45 ,
say is everyone's best friend called on the eve of our great
because she really is Just that. event. "What next?", says I. ..,,, x 1 t I4 t t ti Sexiotlonal In Color!
This lovely person possesses "If you think that's some "DO ME, DO ME a
so'much charm and dynamism thing,", said she, "wait until A i DO ME"
the whole society could lire on you see what we have in store
that alone. When I first met for the following season." "GIRLS THAT DO" :;i
Miss Shoemaker I needed no Well, everyone the following & Girlie. Frolic' In Color
introduction because we Just is much ftOSITIVElY ADULTS ONI
started season very on ... ........ ,,,
naturally and "
talking its way.We are planning a very < < ii uf mnmiumm.mimmi' mJ9t isKilgtigt
the first thing I knew, I was original version"Fiddler On FIVE OF A VOCAL KIND'- The 5th Dimensionone of the country's top 'SEEING MACHINE r.:
visiting with her, having lunch The Roof (Jerry Bock) and singing groups, is a number-one attraction among the all.star lineup of black Unclaimed Layaway *
with her and above all 1969 brand s.w
,sharingthat to now zigzag
wonderful feeling of accomplishing peedless this particular say production, even artists appearing on "Harlem Festival," hour special to be presented Mon- Ing machine. Never used.

things with her not require any special color- day, July 28 ((10:00-11:00: p.m.) in color on WTVJ, channel 4. button You can hole monogram, blind, make hem
insofar as society activitiesare ful decor since the setting is .tlrch, and applique without .
concerned. What a wonderful old-country Russia Miss Elizabeth KEY PUNCH GRADThe attachment. Sewi with
worker! King Cole one or two n.edlee.'OrIgI
Shoemaker will think of Concentrated Employ Widow To WedThe nal gouranteed. Complete
:Elizabeth tells me she was something. And watch out make 10
ment Program is proud to announce or
introduced to the PerformingArts everyone! the graduation of thirteen widow of singer Nat Mrs. Cole was married to 'po5ments of $3.18 a month.
Society when she met Mr. King Cole Maria Tax down, no Interest. For
((13) young ladies from Cole, plans the singer In 1948 and the free home demonstration,
I,'!a Pierre at a reception and Next week, my guest will be Charron Williams Com .to marry the coproducer of a couple had five children. Cole call Capital Sewing, credit "i
heard he was in dire need of our very brilliant and "tire mercial College. These young television show on which she died of cancer In mgr. til 19 p.m. Hollywood l ) '.;1
help concerning properties for less" (quote Miami News)so- ladies have completed twenty- appeared.She 1965. February 922-3528, Miami, 949-8124, 1
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 18, 1969 9

act __ ___ _m_ Wins Ford Grant For

Graduate Work I

gree in guidance and counsel- fJe 11
ing. t C2fI- .

A graduate of Dorsey High
Ft School Miami, she returned
there as teacher-counselor in
: 1960 after receiving Mas- by Joe Black

w! Br DAVE BONDU __ ter's Degree in secondary I "1.
s ucation from Atlanta. She has / '

1 already earned 57 credits beyond -
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q her Master's at Atlanta

It seems that for some reason, this column shook a lot of and Virginia State College, in A new phrase is being kicked around these

folk last week when I talked about the kids that are sent to Petersburg, Va. Her Bache- days to describe the black people who are being'
the camp sponsored by the Miami Herald,and paid for by all lor's Degree in Pre-Medical
of the interested citizens and tourists. It all started when Science was earned from Ben- hired by many of the big companies.They're being

some kids told about having to wait to eat and swim after the net College, Greensboro. satirically referred to as "window dressing" Ne:

Boy Scouts were finished. They were really not complaining. The educator Joined the MI- groes. The meaning is obvious. It's the black face
They were telling us "all about the camp" That is all there ami-Dade South faculty in
was to it. But the phone started ringing off the hook. I got 1966. She makes her home at that pops into view suddenly and for no apparen t

calls, Mayme got calls, Garth Reeves got callsall saying GLORIA SMITH HUNTER 1160 NW 87th Street. reason in a television commercial. It's the nojobjob

how wrong I was. The purpose of the awards, with no sharply defined duties or responsib),
Gloria Smith Hunter coun-
selor at Miami-Dade,Junior according to James W. Arm- lities. It's an office, a desk, a title and a salary.
t The Herald was probably swarmed with calls,too.I do not sey, program officer in chargeof
/1 College South, has receiveda Are these the goals of black youth? Is this the'
Well is the
know. I guess someone always wrong, when some- Foundation's special
body else thinks their hole card is peeped. I think that the Ford Foundation award of projects in education, is to in- inspiration, the hope and the promise held out to
for advanced
"Send a Kid to Camp" idea is beautiful, it is a program for: study$6,805 during the coming crease' blacks who are qualified black people? I don't ,think so. In spite of the
I children who would not otherwise be able to go to a camp, or year. to participate fully In ,
She was one of 104 black faculty "window dressing" people and Jobs, there is
anywhere for the "get-away" period of the summer.Please American higher education by
\f note I didn't say black kids or white kids -- Just kids. And i 11' recipients representing assisting them in obtaining the some reality to be understood and believed.Thereis

y 1", the kids have a good time, that's fine, but they should all be 70 universities and colleges. key credential--adoctoralde- a brand new world, here and now. There is a
The total with
' grants $937,713,
"-:, together. individual awards ranging gree.Winners. Civil Rights Act passed by the Federal govern
'I were selected from
''i. Maybe next year, the Herald can open its own camp and from $6,400 to $14.015. more than 450 applicants by a mente There is opportunity, however limited it may

,. \ hire their counselors and staff.And while we are on the subject Mrs. Hunter will enter At- racial faculty committee be at the moment."

i someone asked me how many black counselors are em- lanta University, Atlanta,Ga., representing both public and But to really make It,, black youth must ,showhe's
ployed at this camp. Of course this is a question I could not in September to continue workon private universities and colleges -
,I answer, and it is really not my concern because I feel that a Doctor of Philosophy De- not just as good as somebody else at a job.l
they are taking kids off the hot streets of Miami and sending He's got to be better. And to be better, he's got to

them into a situation that is different and fun. They learn aim at a goal. Once aimed, he's got to toy withit.
good sportsmanship and how to get along with each other. The<
I' main concern is that they are all afforded the same privileges When that job comes along, he has to really
, and enjoy themselves. I had no intention of "rocking dig in and learn it from the bottom, up, inside and

anybody's boat", and if I did peep somebody's hole card, it out., That's the only way to moke it,' no matter
was accidental. Yet, if everything isnothunkydory, the best
what color
you are. I say, play It straight so when
", thing for all concerned is to close that peep hole before
}II f somebody else takes a look.As of last Sunday, I was Informed they "change the window"you'll still be there. .

that the kids are being sent to another camp site. I don't not because you're black but because you know

know how true this is, but another question came up: "How what Let's face
you're doing. it". no job is
come there were only four white kids and no Cuban kids on
t worth ,a damn if you're holding it because somebody
this trip? There are really more poor white people than any
other nationality because there are more white people." is obeying a law.

I hope you noticed the quotation marks, because I am only
quoting what I was asked. I cannot answer,so rm passing it

on. 4S I
+ +
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Mable WrlghtMetro Traffic ,
'::,,1>1' 7 1 JIt,'
y' Court) ;t, ', ::1'' JC7c; Dl'UlK..
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Rudolph Rameriez Vice President
VIP OF THE WEEK: Tyrone Seymour ,... The Greyhound Corporation
mother of the week; Mrs. Milllcent Taylor

( The Secret Pals Social ClubThe .'
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Somebody is passing the I
buck. Metro Auto Tag Agency sez they do not hire their em-
ployees and the state sez they don't hire employees for this Secret Pal Social ClubIs Mmes. A. Haggins, I. Robin-
agency. So who hires them? Well, I don't blame either of to be commended for the son, F. Williams, N. Towner, V
them for not wanting to confess that they will not hire black part it took in preparing for R. Horton. Not shown: Mrs.A. 1

people. Maybe next year, all black people who own cars will the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Bullard, Mrs. O. Franklin, t41
not buy tags until some black people are put into these Jobs. Walter (Imogene) Bowman. Mrs. C. Johnson and Mrs. B. .,' Oa1/ELE ACTtap
Plenty whites and Cubans are working there,and maybe they The wedding was held July 12. Mitchell. 6ilJYR iI ,
Just went in off the street, walked behind the counter and The bride, groom and their ., i9 f ES Iw tlgM1CE n
started to work. OR DID SOMEBODY HIRE THEM? My families are grateful to the The members of Lodge No. 1 1 '
heart bleeds for Vice President Agnew's wife They are liv- club for its kindness. 10 are grateful to have Mrs. NUKAIRNUKAIR :
ing in poverty. She cannot afford$600 dresses to wear to the Members of the club are: Ella B. Simon back with the
social functions that they are required to attend. And what from left to right: Front row, lodge after her stay in Texas.
makes it so bad, she can only be seen in them two or three Mmes. 0. Gross, R. Toomer> Mrs. Simon reports to be feelIng Discount
times. Somebody had better send her some sale announce- L. Williams Second row. better.

ments from our local papers so she can get 10 dresses for -- outlet I
<' that money. If she bought six dresses a year at $600 each,
,j that would be$3,600 or thereabouts,which is more than some Summer Showmobile Playing r

\ of us poor slobs make in a year working 40-48 hours a week. : &14I Electric rates have
rye seem some of the prettiest dresses in the world priced Metro Parks gone down eleven
,t at $60, and can't afford to buy those for Mayme, plus the fact times since'19571 \

that Mrs. Agnew or anybody else is goingto look so damned Attached is a summer sche- day, July 22, 1:30 Westwood While inflation has been :
special In a $600 dress to me--especially with all these poor dule of snowmobile events to Park 3:15TamiamiReg.Center pushing other prices up'f

people who need money to eat and pay rent in this country. be presented to the public by Wednesday, July 23,2:00 -, huffily medicated j help the price of electricity J
Hooray for Mrs. Rangel! She prefers to stay and fight for us the Metropolitan Dade County Miller Park, 7:00, Westwood iffiidi d hair growth and has gone down. In fact ;
in Miami so the "good" Governor will have go find some- Park and Recreation Depart Park, Thursday, July 23, 1:30 ivr y.ou faff r 1inl.of port the average price paid pelf
one else for that Job as Secretary of Public Affairs. How ment. Lake Lucern Par t, 3:15: ,Little nuff., itchy seo.lj.ond (nllig. kilowatt hour by FPL-served
about me, Mr. Kirk? ..You think Liberty City trash pick Note change in date of "A River Park; Friday, July hair /j. k '0i i* families today is one-third
less than it was in 1957.
up is slow? Just take a ride down 21st Avenue and 33rd St. Night of Song" originally 25, 1:30, Bunche Park, 3:15, Which makes all your
or 8th Avenue and 31st Street or Icould go on. The City has scheduled for Sunday, July 20 Sunset Park;Tuesday,July 29, home's electric conven" f
new trucks now(Just came In last week)and are getting sche- at Continental Park, 10000 1:30, Scott Park, 3:15, North Thro Month/ Supply'. Oh :> lence outlets truly "dis ;1
dules done, so that within the next month,you will(hopefully) SW 82nd Avenue will be pre- Rec. Center i30 ; count outlets."There's. :*
know when trask will be picked up in your area, and all of sented July 21 at the same lo- Add no match for flameless
our streets wUl be clean,again. Let's all help to make Miami cation. Temple electric. the biggest
MASONS MEETThe bargain' 'in budgeU.r .
beautiful and keep it that way by not putting trash on the Don't miss these produc- your .

street the day after the scoop picks up In our area. tions presented by the Barry M.W.U.G,Court HeroInes fMFLE :.
That's It for this week.Till the next one, LIVE LIFE EVERY College Children's Theatre, of Jericho,working under t : .W 1
GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT. PEACE! Opera Guild of Greater Mia' the protection of the M.W.G.L. mi, Betty Curtiss School of of Free and Accepted Masonsof d '; .1

."' .' "" "'" '." ..:..".......".'............................"$,...'."........;;;""" : Dance and Jill Mallory Schoolof Fla. Jurisdiction. P.H.A, J' 'nI' I ,
COMPLETE" TRAVEL SERVICE ; Dance. Audience sits under Dl. Rudolph Bradley, 33 degree : Sewing 1/1/ "YA'$1 1

R Tours and Cruises : the stars so for your comfort grand master. Machine 1''. f ; a
bring yuur own seating suchas The M.AM. & W. J. Heroines '
Bus Tickets : '
Airline Repairs 1
folding chairs, blankets, and Heroes summer out- 1: :

-. ESQUIRETRAVEL r:, etc. ing and workshop will be heldin ALL MAKES : !(' ,

Recommended for fine St. petersburgh, Fla., July ALL WORK <;: JJj ,
: family entertainment: 25th & 26th. Let's all work to GUARANTEEDFREE d ; ;: x, : ;
5'. ,',
ThursdayJuly i"l1:3, gether. SERVICE < Y 5
AGENCY j Bunche park; 3:15, Carol The G.M.A.M. Johnson ESTIMATE
ONE CALL DOES IT ALL! 358-225d. Park. Friday. July 18. 1:30 and the W.J. Rev. E.L. Sea- = \
.' \ Carol Estates Park;3:15, Miller wright and the Heroines of Jericho 864-4309 I PI1.:
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Lisa Keene 1003 ,! Park; Monday, July 21, 8 of st. Petersburg will Reliable' Sew-Voc ",__,..',._'t_
..'to Travel Consultant Miami, Florida \ M\M Mq -
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MIAMI TIMES Friday, July id, 1969

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: / On The Scene With Miami Youth (: 'I/"|*i i:,', fc\: ,3t

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The I

Grove JACKSONHighlights

Garth C. Reeves, Jr. ,

"KEEP OFF THE GRASS" Home last week after six weeks of basic training was

Now there is actually some place a teenage drug user can go i Franklin Gibson, son of Mr. 0. C, Gibson.

if he wants help. The place is called "Sign of the Fish,u a The Bains(Helen and Victor) are vacationing in Tallahassee -

drug rehabilitation center located at 84 Almeria,Coral gables. Florida
The kids who go to this place for help are from the ages of Get well wishes are sent out to Mrs. Gloria Tillman, who

13 to 18 and were at one time on anything from marijuana to is confined at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
LSD. Now working with people like Shirley Hagen,an art thera- .r

pist at Miami Dade South and Rev,Denver Smoot who providesa
pastoral counseling for the kids, there is a ray of hope for
all. Jack Dunn, the proprietor of Dew Drop Sundries, gave
the graduating seniors of Gables Senior High a party on Fri-
During the school year, I had the pleasure of hearing Mrs.
All seniors participated. "Jack" is well knownin
Hagen and Rev. Smoot speak at Miami Central. This is with- day night. ,
the community especially to
out doubt and these ,
a a non-profit organization people Just
the teenagers.Jack has his own
want to help.
band of which he is the drum-
Anyone who has a real hang-up should surely go out to this ,
the headliner at the"Ladybug"
program, that is if you're set on kicking it. You have nothingto mer. He's t aRAy
club on Bird Road.
The people there simply learn the, conditions that led you to Mary Borden and Renee Jack gq;
and son turned everybody with the
drugs try change them.
outfits they had on.


The beginning of a big weekend rolls around for us today. Renee Jackson, daughter of

First of all, the great Jeff Beck, the little man with the big Sod sum oi tWedt Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson..

sound, is coming to Pirate's World for Friday and Saturday Renee is a 1969 graduate of
nights. And in concert Saturday night at the Miami Jai-Alal
Gables Senior High School.
Coming from the campus of MiamiDade Junior College
Fronton will be the dynamic Chambers Brothers. This is the
is cute Cassandra Ann Jefferson, daughter of Mr. Hobbies are reading, typing,
group of Black Brothers and one white member that made a
and Mrs. Freeman Jefferson of 2970 NW list Street. and listening to the latest hits.
song called "Time Has Come Today" that soared to the top of
Cassandra is a '69 graduate of Miami Northwestern.. Renee's future plans are to become a ticket agent.
the national chart. Not only will we hear this song, but also
their beautiful version of People Get Ready"which was writ- She enjoys Jazz, movies and reading. OPERATION JOBSI!
ten for and sung first by Curtis Mayfieldand the Impressions.Also Leroy Scott and Walter Green, well known citizens in the

performing on this particular show will be the Fantasyand community have done some volunteer work to get Jobs for

other local bands. the black youth in Coconut Grove.The funds for this program

* * * * * came through the EOPI for a week to help locate the Jobs. If

No doubt many of you have read"Manchlld In the Promised liberty City Youth On The you are really looking for a Job, try contacting Mr. Scott or

Land" by Claude Brown. Those who haven't are missing an Mr. Green at 3567 Grand Avenue.

intricate part of their lives. Constructive/ MoveThe
Many of us Blacks feel that we experience poverty and misfortune COCONUT GROVE ACTION ON YOUTH EMPLOYMENT
at its worst. I grant you that we experience povertyand Youth and some of the your support when we come to During the last two weeks many persons living in the Grove

misfortune, but it Is W no comparison to that faced by the interested people of the community your, door. Each youth will area has seen many black youth walking around with tee-

Blacks who contend with the life and discouragement of the have come up with a be accompanied by an adult shirts on that say "Coconut Grove Cares." Yes, CoconutGrove

Harlem streets of New York. "Self-Help Program", Commissioner 'with printed identification. does care Walter Green and Leroy Scott, the coor-

I The book is written by a man who was just as bad (but Inthis Athalle Range and Mr s. Range presented the dinator of this program, got together some 80 to 90 black
Mrs. Lillian Hutcheson a staff Youth with check for youth to work for week. The cleaned the cemetery -
case worse) than the next guy. He robbed, peddled dope, a $100.00 a youths up ,
gang fought and everything else you could imagine. However, person of EOPI met with the to start the drive. on Charles and Franklin Avenues.These youth work for

Claude Brown made it out of the grime and disgust. He at- Youth and some of the peopleof '$1,60 an hours The cemetery which belong to the churches

fended one of the countries leading law schools and this book the Community in a Press In the,area Is'never kept clean.I would like to say this much,

;Sold its way to'be at one'time<;listed with the top ten. Conference July 9th at 12:00 S the churches should keep up with the youth.This is your're-

" It's a verf troubling autobiography/"telling the story of life noon on the Patio of the t sponsibility.
as this man saw it and as it really is, From,the ignorance of a "Shack COCONUT GROVE GOES YOUTHFUL
jmother who victim of this to the brilliance Mrs Range stressed the fact
was a helpless society Henry Givens of Coconut Grove was elected chairman of
of a too common Dad who couldn't help if he wanted to. to the group, "When you are the Board of the Coconut Grove Neighborhood center. Mr.

| Let yourslef explore the'obstacles of a Manchild in the doing something constructive, Givens succeeded Father Theodore Gibson Mr Givens,who
with but when
r m
you, you
promised Land. is well known In He
start throwing rocks, I will the community has been very helpful.
withdraw." After the organized the Coconut Grove Youth Council and took the
IT getting
THE PARTY SCENE: of "Sensations" to Nassau on the M, S. Sunward all expenses
assurance the in-
i. Cliff B. Edwards (Buster) '6 9 graduate of Miami Northwestern Youth's
tentions. Mrs.Range paid. Mr. Givens is a member of Coconut Grove Golfers
along 'with his sister Earlynn, a student at FAMU Association
and the director Neighborhood
idea of door was of Coconut Grove
a to door
entertained guests at their Liberty City Home last Saturday to Center before moving to Little HUD (Housing and
raise funds
campaign to
[might. Some of the pretty girls there were Jestina Days, Cas- Urban There
purchase and renovate the LI- Development) where he presently employed.
andra Jefferson and Sharon Prince theatre for he is the project director of two centers. Mr. Givens is the
[t John Howard'67 graduate and former drum major for North- berty an Art Theatre of
for the' Community.. son Mrs.,Marian Gibson of Princeton, Florida.
western's Marching 100 had a goodbye party thrown in his
There has been The
Plans are being formulated a new record shop In the Grove area
honor Saturday night. The dynamic set was held at Lakeshore BABYCONTEST record Is in
for the launching of the cam- shop located at.3674 Grand Avenue. Do drop
West party grounds with a hip hugging crowd that excelled
and sometime and ask for "bozo". He is the manager.
we are soliciting
;la doing their own thing.Among the pretty experts were Mary WINNER

(Peaches) Green, Margaret Robinson, Merdls and Ernlstine Jacquetta Hughley, six-

[Bethel, Paulette and Bernetta Deshatior, Michelle Tremble, month-old granddaughter of

'Rosa Roberts and on hand was Florida( Memorial's own little A p Mrs. Naomi Larimore was'the THE CHAMP

[mover who is naturally, Judy! fourth prize winner in the recent -

l< baby contest sponsored by
* * * * * * .
Mt. Calvary Baptist Church,

,4$ of the Week:Franklin"Share Your Love 'With, Me" by Aretha tor.Rev.Jacquetta Samuel Atchison was sponsoredby is pas- HAS SOUL !

,Album of the Week: A-Tom-Ic Jones by Tom Jones Mrs.. Gertrude Crowder.

,1 The contest netted the church
Until later, anybody going to the moon? 220000. Two weeks later
pound of purem* beef
.-. ..... more than $11,600 raisedIn
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t'? NEWLY OPEN -I the Women's Day rally and e4,1. with soul saucers

1 Grayson Beauty Salon T)4 of Kelly this reported amount:,$2,500.00.Captain Mary ;No bigger burger anywhere !

. 1 1118 NW 95th STREET I Rev. R. W"Puryear, president A1.
of Florida Memorial College *
(Across from Central High School) I 1 ,was a m o n g the worship ) *

,1 ,SUMMER SPECIALS I If' i YOUTH & RELIGION pers at Mt. Calvary onSunday
morning., It is known as "A
July, August, September Miss Gwendolyn Thompson,
working church with
I It 1 a purpose
f' All Hair Treatments daughter of Mrs. K. Thompson ." w

t "''.' Free With Hair Dos and the late Jesse Thompson I .
left Tuesday bound for
U 1 Expert Wig Stylistintroducing f Zurich, Switzerland. The 21- SALAD & SANDWICH

. 1 1 year-old youth leader of the GIRLS

MRS. KAY JAMES Bethany S.D.A. Church, has South and Central

,f Specializing' in converting curly wigs into 1 been chosen,to represent the Miami, Area
church at the 1969 World Youth $90Wuk
fashionable wigs.; '
Congress to be held there. '
: Lovella: Grayson Prop Sarah ,Cooper, Operator See Mr, Herb
1 1 Among the sites to be seen will CHAMPBURGERN.W.
7906 Bli. Blvd
I 696-6560 be London and
Conditioned Tel Belgium Den-
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1 t'q4L 696-3698 Phone
JIM LEVENSON, Owner Ption. 635-7507


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The second annual Coca-Cola Merchandising Blitz is being conducted in
the Miami, Coral Gables and Homestead Negro Markets. Fleetwood Price, 24 HOUR ANSWERING. SERVICE.
Sales and Marketing Representative for the Miami plant is shown pointing out ,
the target areas that will be worked during the week, as other members of the tj--- I '. .... -..'"
team from left to right Herbert ,Cunningham, Ulysee Studstill, Theodore LiiZ1
Brown and Robert Clow, Miami Plant Manager, look on. Center rear is Dave -\.J
Zachry, vice president and director of Marketing for the Miami ,plant..
The major purposes of the Blitz are to increase the distribution of all of "
the products produced by the bottler, to arrange dealer-consumer promotions + ?
where possible, to cover the Negro market with point-ef-purchase advertisingand
to have a favorable impression on the community through it pointing up
Negroes in white collar jobs with Coca-Cola.

"Any where In the world r--------------,
you want to go"
I If you're planning a dance, party, wedding I
reception, meeting 'or any social or business
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Gets Life For Assault

A 19-year-old Dade reIUe in prison for .. Mlle(4 fE
sident has been the rape of amat in May 1968. ; +
I sentenced t.
to ,
young housewife in a laundro- e5 r Ad

Elisha Ham Jr., of 1640NW
r 153rd St., had already pleaded
Round About t guilty before Circuit Court
Judge William Herrin.

According Assistant State
TalkBY Attorney I. Richard Jacobs,
Ham, in the daytime, walked
JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL into the laundry at 102nd Stand v _
7th Avenue NW, asked the < : dIt'I V
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TALK OF 23-year-old woman for change 1
THE TOWN No. 1 "Soul Brother" James
Brown was accused by teenager then assaulted and beat her. :'(' r'. "
,Mary Brown of Sacra mento, .
Cal., of fathering her "' it4k'h': :;
child James Brown denied the charge Jacobs said Ham was iden- ( s : V' ... '.. l"'f>"
., Marie Cole (widow of the
Nat "Klng"-Cole) to fol- tified ; ;:
low her as the assailant in two ,,: ,
daughter In marrying Into the white world The other laundromat ;;
Rev. C. L. Franklin(Singer Aretha rapes. :' It: ( tf .. \
Franklin's Daddy)suing ;. ,, .d, _:
American Airlines for $50 million, claiming they masterminded ." "J' ."
his arrest for possession of marijuana which he was : :

later cleared. "Charge dismissed., Louie (Satchmo) Cop Cleared
Armstrong celebrated his 69th birthday(July 4))with a Neigh- ATLANTA GROUP BUYS $170,000 CHAMPBURGER FRANCHISE

borhood Block Party in Corona, Queens NY, where he lives
The Rev.Jesse JacksonHead of SCLC Operation Bread- CivilService Edward M. Gale, President of Champburger Corporation of Miami, announced -

basket) the No. 1 "Soul Rights Leader" Being mean is By today the sale of the Atlanta area'' franchise in a contract involv -

not Manhood: Rev. Jesse Jackson. .Dionne Warwick's first $170,000.00 to Atlanta Community Franchise, Incorporated. It calls for a
starring flick, a big controversy "The Slaves" which fea- minimum of ten stores to be opened within a period of four
tures Dionne. Ossie Davis (Ruby Dee's husband)and Stephen years.
Champburger, a publicly owned company based in Miami
Boyd.'The Slaves"Is a movie for your must see list". is expanding
FLORIDIANS AROUND,NEW YORK, Leroy Walker its fast food operations on a regional basis. Pilot operation located at 6155

(Mrs. Anna Mae Walkers' grandson) a NY City bus driver, Is IndictedBy NW, 17th Avenue opened six months ago with, average gross,sales in excessof
Nicholas doing fine. Pretty Ann Russell on NY's 125th StreetSt.. :!$20,000 per" month. Boxer Muhammad AliCassiusClay( ) is a'major stockholder -
hello-ing Randy Peterson and Louise Meadows... and director of Champburger..
Jim Roberts, former Key Wester, (ex husband of Cvnthia feds
Wilkerson) in Brooklyn living at 1:>41UmrodSt.."A big bus- Present in the contract negotiations were: (Left to right) Edward M.

,iness man .1 enrf Kidd, 511 Eighth A ve.,Trenton,NJ, Just *.*. (Gales, President Champburger Corporation; Franklin O'Neil, President ACF
returned from Ft. Lauderdale where he visited his grand- An ex-Miami policeman I((also serves as Project Director of the National Business
mother, Mrs. Alice Kidd. The Calvin Lavenders(she's cleared by the city Civil Serj League of Atlanta);
former Gertrude Davis) of 310 Walnut Ave., Trenton, NJ, vice Board of allegedly beati i Joseph Jones, Vice Resident (is planning specialist at Atlanta University );

spent two weeks in Miami,visiting relatives,some of whom ing a prisoner was charged Lawrence Lee, Treasurer and prominent Atlanta businessman; ,and Michael
are Mary, Evelyn and Louise Lavender, 21lNW68th Street, federal officials with violating Johnson, Secretary of the Atlanta Corporation.
Liberty City. .."Sam and Dave" featured with Dionne War- the man's civil rights.
wick, was a smash hit at their Q-Garden concert Saturday '
nite gone. The federal grand jury indictment -

OUR GIRL OF THE WEEK. SANDRA MOORE, age 15, against Richard V. Tells Police He FoundWife's
born in Georiga (Macon) now living Trenton,NJ. ..SandraIs Flaum, 23, said he assaulted
the daughter of Mrs. Mildred Moore, she resides at 817 Charles Edward Davis, 23, of
East State St. Shewas a June grad' from Trenton Jr. HI. 1835 NW 87th Street, on April
Sandra received the "Certificate of Merit" award, the last 6. Body In ClosetA
three years for participating In the "Young Artists of Tren-
Flaum fired from the
ton" annual show, by the Board of Education. She also has was
the Jacob Davis sponsored, "Art Corps" award for 68 and department and then appealedto longshoresman was room closet They said they confiscated a
69. She likes rock and roll music, favorite singer Is James the Civil Service Board The barged with first degree Miami police accused David .38 caliber revolver and five
Brown,and her favorite song Is "Mother Popcorn".Sandra's board recommended his reinstatement murder Saturday morning af- Gaitor, 34, of 1369 NW 44th St. spent cartridges.
hobby is modeling and loves to travel. on a 4-0 vote, with tone member abstaining. his wife's dead body In a bedline 29, twice In the chest. door neighbor Eloise Kemp,

f iJ at the request of Gaitorls 12-
Wednesday Police Chief year-old daughter, police
Garmire said that City Mana- said.
ger MelvIn Reese had not acted
on the board's recommendation AND SUPPORT THE According to Detective Rob
and that Flaum was con- ert Utes, Gaitor told police he

sidered off the force. Carver YMCAMembership' awoke at 8 a.m. Saturday,
The FBI began a civil rights ," opened the closet and found
investigation after Davis re- Drive his wife's body on the floor
ported the incident. Gaitor is In Dade County

1 'Call 6960231tSend your membership to: jail.Funeral '
services will be
"ny where In the world 5770 NW 15th AVENUE
you wont to go" held Saturday, 4 p.m.from Mt.
[ Youth $3.00 Teenage $5.00 Adult $10.00 Calvary Baptist church with

.--'., .-- _._ ..__.. _- '. TltKmafT Family $25.00 Century $100.00 Richardson Mortuary in
NO MORE *T charge.

the young Foxes, "Picture scene, left right." Top; Junior -....- -----
Walker's "What does it take" dedicated to pretty Arleen
Bethel. James Brown"The Popcorn"to the three Dizzy TUYEL 2126111"Your

Popcorns, of Trenton", Shir ley Shelton, Mary Murray and Neighborhood Travel 14 FABRIC BAZAAR I I 1
Cynthia Wright. Bottom; Gloria Dozier, a pretty teen Agents"As
model, "The chokin' kind" .(Joe Simon) LIT Delores
Moore Talley's dedication Aretha Franklin's "Gentle on near .to Give you us as a call.yourtelephone. 1

my Mind" To our, girl of the week, It's James Brown's WE DELIVER. 7543517. TREMENDOUS SELECTIONUPHOLSTERY
"Mother Popcorn" .This Is Jimmy(Scoop) Bethel saying, 6105 NW 7th Avenue'
Time and tide waits for no man. C-U-NX-WK. Chas. C. North, Manager FABRICS

i7fitOti0 $ervice Station Afe/iagree; SEWING MACHINE \< CORATIVE UPHOLSTERY FABRIC
1968 Singer Console 1 aoo IMPORTED CUT VELVETS BROCADES .
Slightly used zigzag In stylist It TO 6.95 LINENS NYLONS, ETC.
"AAMCO walnut cabinet. Blind
y themJresses, makes butte ,,
holes, sews ,on buttons, iit lllhJIWflMiOfitl'f'-J' > '"

Transmission without overcast attachments.and fancy stitches Under THE NEW LOOK | VINYL PLASTIC

ServiceYou guarantee.make 10 Fullprice:payments$56.70or of 1 IMITATION ANIMAL FURS t 150 te250
$5.67 a month. Tax down,
no Interest., For free home LEOPARD GIRAFFE TIGER to'
can't beat it. demon.trotloncall; Capital ZEBRA, ETC. 56 IN. WIDEDRAPERY, VALUES TO 6.00 YD.
Sewing, credit mgr. till 9 i
p.m. Hollywood 922.3528,
1-DAY SERVICE Miami 949.8124, out of
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NW 27th Ave., 696-5546; The Trail, 2821 SW 8th St., "Mr. Miami", BEAD CURTAIN
642-6366; North Miami, 454 NE 167th St., 947.3469; WEIDERNatural READS AND UNBREAKABLE
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Miami Beach, 825 5th St., ;
29th St., 887.4309; South Miami, 5560 Progress Rd., SupplementsSold Organic' Food D ANGLES BEAD STYLES, COLORS GALORE
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Miami Concentrated Employment Program is attempting to provide the full range of

Manpower Services essential to the implementation of a far-reaching employment effort for the

unemployed and underemployed living within the Model City boundaries. This effort ..includesoutreach

recruitment; assessment, evaluation/ ,. counseling ;fob ,oridnfafion, 'prevocationatraining,

job development, support'' during 'training, and other such services as are essential to prepara-

tion and training for meaningful jobs. This agreement requires considerable expansion of the

CEP staff for administering the program and a grave responsibility for preparing applicantsto

participate in the program. As a result, the staff positions listed on this; sheet are now







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I Laboratory Technician Pediatrics Aid_ Property Management Assistant,

I Inhalation Therapist__ Barbering Key Punch Operator I II
I Graphic Arts Operating Room Aid_ Dental Tech. Assistant, 1I
I Physical Therapist Stenographer Library Assistant 1 1I

I Jr. Food Service Manager__ Bookkeeping Radiology Assistant
Jr. Accountant Clerk TypistCardiology Refrigerator Repair I II

I Community Org. Specialist Tech. Aid__ Chassis Assembler I II
Pharmaceutical Assistant Dermatology Assistant ComptometristBookkeeperResearch _
I Assistant Micro-Bio. Assistant Sewing Machine Operator I
I Research Assistant Clerk Generalist Oceanography Technician
I Drafting .. Teachers Aid Neighborhood Rehabilitation_ _
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I to onto my recruits.The portunity to help themselves i
I try pass
It is no accident that Lt Lethe ranks--with great patienceroy He Is one of two black lieu- the heart of the Central Negro road is paved now.All they their families and their ,
Smith Is a "builder"< of over the last 20 years-.tobe- tenants in the City of Miami's District .- he wanted some- have to do is get in there and munity.
I roads. come,one of the best-liked po- 670man department. thing better out of life.officer's apply themselves. "And I hope that some of
Nor Is It by chance that Lt. lice oflkersJn the Miami po- He took the police these
Working out of the Community In fact, he "You've just got to get your young men will replaceme

_Smith".rat"_baa_A''forged''"'_up, through. lice U .."department..... Y_ ..... Affairs Division he is the test finished and first.passed. own house in order first," he some day."
/ ""*' main figure behind"Operation He made sergeant in 1955.In Those interested In discussing
..,: AI'W'f!, ', Badge," the City of Miami's took the lieute- said.A good education is the most a possible law enforce-
1964 he
." '.,, successful campaign to recruit nant's test., So did 125 other important asset, according to ment career with the Miami
t more black policemen. Lt. Smith. police department can contact
l' Lt Smith is Just one of many men. Leroy flunked. "Only the educated man is Lt. Smith at Miami City HalL,

community leaders who re- Two years later he took the free.Any young man who wantsto 377-4461.
ceive no publicity and who I had who wants to
I I'l '; 3L .' test again -ard passed! be Independent,
never see their names in the those two years in which to do his own thing, so to speak, "Any where In the world
headlines. But they go about prepare myself Lt. Smith has got to get an education," you 'wont to go"
quietly, telling it as it Is,welding recalled.Lt. the veteran lawman said. 776KFJS COST
together the peoples of the he's to be a
Smith launched an extensive NO MOlle 4TTQINEL
community, opening up lines of he shouldbe
study program as he doctor or a laborer,
communications.But prepared for his second at- the best and only then will fI M'Wf
don't think for one moment
tempt. Fourteen books were he make an input into the com-
Lt. Smith had anything which he lives Lt. 8f/iEIU
required reading: the first munity in ,
handed him on a silver platter.
year, he read at one book per ;;Smith said."We're .
It took years of hard workand "Your Neighborhood Trove)
all writing
r month; the second year, he Agents"As
i a( iron-touch discipline to get
read the books again and again, history for a better America
where he is today.He near to you as
and the police pro-
summarizing them, "turning tomorrow,
sawan ad In a local newspaper telephone. Give us a call.
them over in my mind," ashe fession today is an exciting WE DELIVER. 7543517.
in 1950 that the City of
put it."The. 6105 NW 7th Avenue
Miami needed police officers. one."The Miami police depart- Chas. C. North, Manager
does work
Leroy was 23 then. Born on 'system' men'an
t t NW 14th St. and 3rd Avenue Lt. Smith said. "This is what ment gives young op-


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Lt. Leroy Smith is one of the top-ranking of.,

ficers in the Miami Police Department.. Lt. Smith ,

a 20-year veteran, has been instrumental in interest

ing young men to loin the force through "Operation

Badge," the City's program to attract more black

plicement. Miami-Metro Dept.. of Publicity and

Tourism photo.Coffegeff's.

Really Togefher/-A

New Handbook

Titled "College It's which stand ready to train
Really Together! -- a new students for tomorrow.n contains
handbook published by the sources of careers and ..

NAACP Special ContributionFund scholarships, grant and loan '. ."...
Is available information for students and
now as an .
w.v -'-""'tfa ,. ,
excellent guide for teachersand parents,as well as some gen- : :: -.r
cornmunitygroupswhoareworking eral, special and nontraditional .
with students helping ways of obtaining addi- \. .. ::::S..,
them to plan the continuation of tional education. ..
their education beyond high
school. Copies are available at 75$
each, or in quantities of 50 or
The authors are Mrs. Por- more at 60f per copy. A special -
tia Waldon, NAACP National discount price is offered
Director of the Pupil Incen- to students at 59? a copy.All
tive Program (PIPandafor. prices Include the cost of
mer VISTA worker, Mr. Dave printing and prepaid postage.
Lee, who isnowassociated Copies of the b .Ddboot,"Col-
with a community guidance legeIt's Really ogether!
program at Pratt Center, may be secured frown:

Brooklyn, New York..
NAACP Special Contribu-
The handbook Is designed to tion Fund,Department of Pupil
act as a strong bridge between Incentive Programs (PIP),
people and new careers, and 1790 Broadway, New York,
the colleges and universities 10019.

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Top left:, Vernon Miller, at left,' congratulatessome Bottom left: proudly displaying their diplomasafter .
of the employees at ,Jackson Memorial Hospital
graduating are, left to right, James Tomlin, h
he taught during a special, 16-week educational Myrtle Robinson, Vernon Miller, Dr. Gilbert Porter, ,.....1........-, --...-, ...""" ...........- .....-.-,......
program. With Miller, from left to right,. are (Deputy Superintendent of ,Dade Schools), Alonzo Daisies tell a story of imaginative trimming,
Nellie Scippio, Annie Patterson, Cleveland Stroch- Bell, Annie Mary Jackson, Cleveland Strachan and here appliqued to a sleek sweater-skirt knit of

an, Grace Cowart,. Mamie Harvey, Hosie Juide and Willie Rahming. Creslan acrylic fiber. Gay colors, easy care and
Frances Hughey. At,far right is Alan Gilbert. hos- Improved styling made sweatshirts top teen fashion,

pital administrator.Top Bottom right: C. W. Nordwall, executive director Item.
left:. Bill Hays, far left, of the Miami Of- No how
of Jackson' Memorial Hospital, address the gra- matter they wear them, or how they
fice of Economic Opportunity, watches as several duating students of first special educational class decorate them, fad-minded teens are discovering

employees who graduated display their diplomas. for employees. The 18 employees special classesin sweatshirt possibilities which never existed backIn

From the ,left ,are Rozelle Robinson, Mary Alice which they studied subjects. ranging from mathto the early or athletic-filled era of sweatshirt de-
Brown, Vernon Miller, Elizabeth Taylor and Rose history. sign. The souped-up' styling, bright colors and built-..

Franklin. In easy-care factors of new man-made fibersallon

''ll I Jackson Employees Study On Job; Move Up a inshirt.babysitting budget, join to make the funshirtthe

.. To Better Positions .___ .

Eithteen employees atJackson year planning this program of you willing to work an krf-6
Memorial Hospitalallwith with Dr. E.L. Whigham, Dade opportunity to qualify for more ':f. ...,
little more than a ninth County school superintendent, important Jobs with higher t
grade education--today face a and Dr. Gilbert Porter,deputy salaries, "Nordwall told the 1 'll
brighter future. school superintendant. graduating class. :r f fp. } .a F lp .
They now have a chance for The four men,after search "One of the real challengesat ,
promotion to better Jobs in ing several months for a JMH will be the creation :; i t !
the hospital--jobs offering teacher with the right qualifications of programs that will prove 1 ,; { t taaNh
more pay, as well as prestigeand chose Vernon Miller all employees are Importantand
challenge.The ,a Dade instructor with 17 necessary and that those ,'
18, three men and 15 years experience. who are deserving will be :
women whose ages range from Miller worked out a special given the help they need to J
25 to 54, are the first to grad curriculum and instructional qualify for r:
uate fro m a special course method so each hospital em- Nordwall promotton.j
after completing a 16-week ployee-student would enjoy Those employers who completed I
"Back to School" program at both the learning and receive the 16-week programare
the hospital. Individual instruction. : Grace Cowart, 2035 NW
The men and women work in Some said certain em- 71st St.; Mamie Harvery, 32
the Psychiatric Institute. For ployees were "too old" to 70 NW 47th St., Apt. 3; Myrtle
two hours a day after theyand learn. But an interesting fact Robinson, 14025 JeffersonSt.;
their fellow employees put in emerged: a few of the employees Mamie L.Brown,1891 NW 86th 01 ,oy r
a full eight-hour shift, these over 50 made better Terr.; Rose Franklin, 1925 P f
"students" attended classesin grades than the younger stu NW 89 Terr.; Nellie Scippio, 4 4
which they studied math,, dents.! 1729 NW 154 St.; Jimmie
language development, The 18 in this pilot class Player, 7600 NW 27 Ave.;
science, history and govern- will now continue to climb Doris Giddens, 3281 NW 17 47 .mFor
ment. 'what JMH refers to as the St.; Annie Mary Jackson,1900 I. ,'Yi': .+,..''...,.. ,
The hospital launched career-ladder development NW 152StClevelandStrachan ,
the program when it learned program." They will receive 5845 NW 12 Ave.; Mary Alice "
that about 1,000 of its 3,600 further intensive schooling at Brown, 1207 'NW 57 St.;
employers were "unpromot- the hospital leading to promotion Frances Hughey, 4045 NW 191 Your Added Convenience. .
able" due to lack of proper as a Psychiatric Attendant Terr.; Willie Rahming, 1283
education. and then, perhaps, as NW 59 St.; Janes Tomlin,1870
Jackson Memorial Hospital, a Licensed Practical Nurse. NW 60 St.; Elizabeth Taylor, DRIVE-IN BANKINGOur
which now has 150 other employees We must and shall find 2354 NW 85 St.; and Annie B.
enrolled in its second ways and means to give thsoe Patterson, 6950 NW 6th Ave.

class, is the first hospital In Drive-In Banking service is the easiest and most
the nation to begin such a program ,
convenient way for you to handle, withdrawals and
"lYe handed out a number at of HAVE YOU BEEN TURNED DOWN BY AN deposits. The service is friendly and fast just
diplomas and been many
graduations, but rye never INSURANCE the way you want it. Drive in and see for yourself.
been as proud as I am today," ARE TOO OLD OR SUFFERING FROM
director, said last week at a HAVE ENOUGH MONEY TO PAY THE
noon-luncheon graduation."You LAST EXPENSES?
are the first class. Universal pars its death claim the torn day deathJoin
You are the very special peo- ..
ple." Nordwall said. occ. U.N.C.A.
"Now, its; up to all of you
to go out and sell the program. Aid
Universal Christian SocietyAND
You accepted the challengeand -. ,r
you met It. Today,you're REST ASSURED THAT YOUR LAST
on a new threshold, the first MEMORIAL EXPENSES WILL BE PAID,
step of many steps,"Nordwall NOW.
said. CALL

Nordwall and Alan Gilbert, 691-7669
JMH administrator, and their
staff worked for more than a

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@ { o JamesA. Washington, be the chief legal officer of Washington served as Dean Law at Howard University

REPORTS former Dean of Howard Uni- the Department of Trans- of the Howard University since 1946, except for a period
versity, was Installed asGen- portation and the Office of the School of Law until July 2, of service from 1961 to 1964
eral Counsel of the Depart- Secretary, and the final autho- when he was confirmed by the as Chairman of Public Service I
to be
We are pleased to
contribute a weekly column ment of Transportation today rity within the Department of Senate. Commission of the District of
Miami Times
to the of because of the mutual Interest between by Secretary of Trans Transportation on questions of He has been Professor of Columbia.
the readers the Times and ourselves.For .
portation John A. Volpe. 'aw.
example, as far back as February, 1968, this department In repeating the vows of the t
known by the community as Little HUD By law, he will also exer-
engaged ina office, Washington became the Your
of social and cise the Dog
study welfare conditions which existed responsibilities of a
In not first Negro to serve as Gen
too pleasant a manner at the Jams E. Scott Homes, and at eral Counsel of a Federal Judge Advocate under the Uni-
Liberty Square. agency with cabinet status. form Code of Military Justice And YouBY
We were quite aware that moderh sanitary facilities were As chief legal officer for with respect to the United

sorely needed along with a family medical clinic to help the the agency that has about States Coast Guard.
physical condition of the citizens themselves. VINCE COOPER
Modernizationof 100,000 employees, he directsa
the homes was necessary to maintain the low-rent Secretary Volpe said, "Ia :\,;'" t
status. housing staff of 20 lawyers on his m pleased to have Dean

The citizens who lived In these areas told us what they vises Immediate 260 lawyers staff and on the super-legal Washington officially as a Today let's discuss the I would see a lot of dogs

wanted most and Little HUD set out to do the work. lam staffs of the six operating member of our team. He is female In season. As owners around." If her scent doesn'tof

pleased to report a major success has been achieved and the administrations in the Depart- exceptionally wellqualifiedboth unspayed females you have penetrate to the outside where I
4,000 residents who live In the target area are on the verge of ment. demic by experience and aca- the responsiblity of breeding. stray males are you may never

helping to make history of a sort. In this ,capacity, he will post of training General to assume Counsel.the" or not breeding your dog. see'a strange dog. .,
Little HUD has received a $2,500,000( loan from the federal Most dogs(females)come in Let me emphasize that Just "

government, the first such modernization loan In the South- season anywhere from five as Important as breeding your
eastern United States.We actually have the money on band. The months to fourteen months, dog Is the selection of a stud.
contract for the new sanitary sewer and water system is ready after which time the heat or Don't get sentimental about
to be advertised, as the law requires.And breeding period Is normallydue "your friends dog because you
perhaps, best of all, Little HUD has been allocated an ;r Call more or less on a six like your friend. In order to
additional $500,000 to work with the family medical center in months basis. This cycle get good puppies your female
installing the clinic for use by the citizens.It's y'' starts as a bloody dischargeand must be matched to a stud that
an old story that those who are forced to live In econo- CHARLES lasts usually three weeks, will a t least neutralize her

mically poor areas always require the most medical attention, age having a large difference.An faults. For an example, you
and yet they. can't afford It. But thanks to the cooperation of ROGERS older dog may stay in wouldn't breed a lop-eared female -
the Economic Opportunity Program and the Public Health Ser- less than three weeks. to a lop-eared male, or
vice, Little HUD is able to give the medical facility the highest AT PL 7-7502 a beautiful female to a sorry
Count seven days from her
priority. male because like the
you way
e rT.Yrrsrq. :v c.x..'.,.._.._._..__,,..... ?r.. ss.7.n FOR A GOOD BUY ON A first day of discharge and she he barks. If you feel you need
B9 i PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT will receptive to any male help, please call and we may
dog from the eight to the'
be able to help. Lack of space
fifteenth or sixteenth day after
stops us from further com-
INSTRUMENTS. which the going out period ment this week, there ares
Starts and finishes the three
o many things to discuss
I'weeks out. A good way to about the female in heat. If
remember is 1 week in 2
I In doubt
\ you are call questionsin
weeks breed three weeks out.. to
..Y Cooper Canine Service

As who called 691-2643,
one young lady
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.. .,, Next
lklj; ; "*lfi'( >itNn. .F said, "I always thought that week let's discuss

This is James E. Scott -. mid 50's construction when my dog was In season feeding and feeding problems.
James E. Scott homes were constructed in 1952 and con- I ,
sists of 762 units. The site was a trash dump. undesirablethen

and not much better now. But at least we are going to STANLEY DRUGSYOUR
be able to do something about this,too.(As an aside, the reader -
may be Interested to learn that In May and June alone, Little NEIGHBORHOOD PRESCRIPTION STORE

HUD maintenance crews were called to make 2,051 repairs -- 8690 NW 22. ,. Ave 691-3747

almost three calls per unit at James E. Scott).. ,.. "QII": <
'. A total of $2,000,060 will be used'to actually improve the -, ?"
deteriorated buildings..The work will take to 1970 because it i) k ('
t' .
can't be done overnight, as much as we might like. We are '. '. "..... v!,,, "" "'.,, '"1,,, '
going to restore water and gas lines and provide a storm """' ,
drainage system to remove the water which stands for days '. '!I 'aer ""1

after a hard rain. e J eWE ,. ,- "{ ", '1 .. Ft'. 'It, FI1T
Part of the money was used to'purchase and give to Dade ,:'U"-=" ;
County 20-acre park, and the county, in turn, will providea )

total recreation facility. The swimming. pool already Is un- hR h ;..,o..... "'D'II' t I".
der construction. SELL HAP PIN I E S S f '8.!' W1i !!..! .
Because people became ill seven days out of a week, the ;.. -'- ', C ", -
family health center will be open seven days a week, provid- AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAYAt r-=:' / !: 'A (; J J't:.. _,M w '
ing Immediate medical help. Along with the clinic,a new child the crossroad of North-South Expressway HOMER HUMPHREY, Owner
care facility will make it possible for mothers to work and
not worry about the youngsters. 751.7502 Broward: JA 2-5131

When the homes are remodeled, the residents will get new 300
doors, new kitchen cabinets, new windows,new kitchen floors,
new refrigerators and stoves. FREE DELIVERY ANYWHERE IN U.S.A.
In Ft. Lauderdale, 1103 E. Las Olas Blvd.. JA 5.3716 MON. THUR SAT. 9'AM-9 PM SUN. I TO 5 PM
When all this is completed In 1970,you will see a new community 1

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20 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, July IS, 1969

Carver: YMCA'S "Culture Through Play" Summer

Day Camp Program Rates TopsThe

Carver YMCA's "Cul- <..
has done a complimentary job .
ture Through Play" programIn with the students. They have are given, thus girls can interpret ;,i'" ",. r I

conjunction with the sum their own behavior. :,:. i
learned a number of things to
mer youthEOPI)program has Personal pride in cleanlinessand
do with
their bodies and
been In progress for the past self improvement is also "" ..
three weeks. Raymon Thorn- voices. Through their body, stressed. Says Patricia r ,
learn various "
they body posi-
ton program director and Strachan, age 13: "The rea- s
( tions have also learned
Walter Mitchell, youth direc- they son I like charm is because I ypypk ,
which Is used "
tor along with the staff, have feel it gives you a better un-
through voice and is im- ,
very of how to
worked diligently to make this derstanding becomea
portant in the field of drama. .,
lady. It shows that j{
program the finest of its kindin young you
the community and Dade They have learned pantomimes know how to act so that where-

County. gestures and impro- ever you go people will notice ...
visations. She also
conductsa you and they will be pleased
There are approximately ''
verse choir which is choral < 1'
with the Y
way you are,acting.
290 children attending Car- ">lot
reading. The students find this
Miss Williams also
4 j'L
ver's Day Camp program. Mr.
very intriguing, because fundamentals of baton

Mr. Thornton, Mr. Mitchell, everyone participate twirling.

staff and youth of the 'Y' have Mary Kitchen, age 13: "En '

designed a well-rounded pro- joys this class because if thereis This year's arts and crafts :

gram for children from the; something I don't understand program is supervised by Mr. : ,

rages of four through sixteen. she takes time and ex- Vincent Smith and Mr. Walter '
The program consists of plains. She has patience." Mitchell, assisted by Miss Alma bf

Children's Theatre, Child- Audrey Davis, age 14: "En- Cabarris and Miss patri-

ren's Choir, Charm, Ballet, joys this class, because of the cia Robinson.. The main objective -

Creative, Modern and Primitive knowledge gained and how' of our program is to orient

Dances, instrumental Mu- drama functions in society." the student in the various

sic, Judo and Karate, Arts & areas of crafts and basic fun-

Crafts, ,Ceramics, Photo- Miss Wanza Anderson and damentals In the arts. We are -

graphy, Swimming, Sewing, Miss Christene Poole are the striving to stimulate creativity -

Baton Twirling, Movies, Educational Instructors of quiet games and within the child which can be

and RecreationalField reading in the library. The the basis of productive and ,'.

Trips; Community Spe- games that are used were flexible guidelines to further sx

cialists, Team and Group carefully prepared by the instructors goals. Some of 1he activities

Games, Individual and Duel to motivate, stimulate offered to enrich these objec-

Games, Guiet Games. educate and, also: allow tives are drawing, painting, t &

the development or creativity. ceramics, leather crafts and] ,

Miss Carolyn Tyler and However, at the same time,the woodcuts among others. t ( .

Miss Helen Reed are the mo- games are enjoying, exciting, Says Gregory Hines, age 10: '4,

dern and creative dance in- and great fun. We play such "I like arts and crafts becauseI ; ei.

structors. They are teachingthe games asScrabblePassword, want to be an artist. It.is avery 1 i '

children the free expres- Laytto, Bingo,Hats Off,Recall good class because it ,

sion of movement. They are and Hands Down. The books In teaches you how to draw and do

being made aware that danc- the library are chosen for the many good things." Charles

ing 'Is an art form in which interest of the children and according
Marie, ,age 11: "It gives'mesomething
their bodies are used as instruments to their ability toreador
to do and I like it
to relate ideas.The identify objects which they very much."

instructors are making each are slightly familiar with or

individual aware of dance as a have learned at home, In kin- Miss Barbara Speights,

way of becoming physically, dergarten, pre-school or ele- Miss Sheila Rush and Rico

mentally and emotionally pre- mentary school. The program Smith are supervisors of the

pared for life Says Patricia is so arranged, that our groupof outdoor and indoor activities.

Bradley, age 12: "I think,it's children may attend various Their duties are to superviseall

very nice for children" ,teaching stations daily, such outdoor games which the

as'charm, modern dance,arts YMCA has to offer. Such as
Mr. Robert McDuffie and 0{ s t f>
and crafts music and horseshoes basketball football
photography i"
Mr. Robert Williams are the W
instructors of Judo and karate. Says Alice Latimore, Softball, tether ball and : ,
age 4: "I like the stories we the trampolene. Says Ronald
They are teaching children
read out of the books in the li- Martin, age 11: "I like throw-
the proper techniques in the
brary. hike when we go out to ing horseshoes because of the
maritiil arts of fighting. In
play, and when we write." different styles of throwingand
judo, the children are
also the from
ing the essential fundamentals
of falling correctly on each Miss Vera Sampson, Mr. my opponent." Richard John-
William Reed Williams and 11 like to
son, age : "I play
side and also various throwing
Charles instructors softball because it to
Mr. Sweeting are helps
techniques. In karate, the
children are taught the ancient of music at the 'Y'. develop good sportsmanshipand
The main of the team work." Dale
objective mu- good
art of "empty hand fighting. ...
An important objective is to sic staff is to expose the child- Robinson, age 11: "I like the ', .
ren to various types of music trampolene because there area $ a p'
have the children develop"fullmental
and physical control"of and their performances. We great deal of stunts to do on

the mind and body at all are also enlightening the it, and I hope to become a star
Leontyne Price'or Aretha t3MM4..If1.f1N11NM
times when engaged in the various -
Franklin Andrew Watts
highly effective punch-
ing and kicking techniques of Ramsey Lewis. It is our main Mr. Tex Ferguson and Mr. f'x '>

karate. All of this is taught un- concern and objective that this Herman Perry are the Instructors -
culture is obtained through of photoeraohv. In
der constant and close super- '
play, and as we teach we too photography the students are
vision of the Instructors.Says :
are learning. Says Sabrina Bi- taught how to make simple ca-. ,
Joseph Ruffin, age 12,grade 7: ,
"I am taking karate lessons at vins, age 12:,"The reason why -m'eras. Since there are a large i $ rya'r

I like music at the YMCA Is because variety of cameras, the stu- t
the T because I can learn to
it brings out the dents how to
many are taught use e
defend myself.1 Anthony Eady, .
black writers in music.It also them and the camera parts. '
age 8, grade 4: "I like taking
shows our qualifications in the'music The students are exposed to \t: .
judo because I can fall down \
( without getting hurt." world of today,becauseour the processes of producing a '

I talents have been hidden print. Through exposure and'pra'ctical

for so long. to choral' the instructors
By going experience, -
) Mrs. Sharyn King is the instructor -
music, we can learn toappre- hope the childrenwill
of sewing and fashion ;
ciate Negro music and we as develop an appreciationfor :
designing She is teachingthe
basics of sewing and fashion black people can be proud.. photography and become j :
of the I
aware opportunities
design to' the beginning
Miss Brenda Williams, who available in the world of work
sewer emphazing the ,
Is the Instructor of ;
and and leisure time activities. {
techniques of how to designand ; f
baton places emphasis on the Mr. Ferguson hopes that each '
construct a garment. The
child will also learn bow to buy process of becomingyoungla- child will be able to develop a,
dies. Basic 'fundamentals In wide of f fAllen
patterns and select material. range Interest. Says .

This will also help the child in poise, posture, etiquette and Mays, "I love photography -, ,
the social .are taught. It is nice. We f.
the selection of his clothes and graces very take :
Young ladies learn how to pictures lot, we 'are taking I
be more aware of what he
transform their 'some and *<:
appearanceskin right now we go in
Kattie Collier
wears. Says ,
hair figure clothes and the photo lab and
develop film.
13 "I started sewing to
age : how to develop'their own individual -' I like my photography teach- 1
learn how to sew, because I :
style. Behavior is ers very much." : p d
feel that it Is a necessity in a
'stressed along with the dif-
girl's life." Billy Har- :
young ficulties girls seem to meetin
Miss Jessie Alexander :
deman 14 "I began sew- se-
age : ,
ing because have always won- the difficulties process of growing examined up. cretary and Miss Sandra Ca- k\ : ,.,. ,, .
These are
dered about how it was done. rey, assistant secretary,keep .
and the behavior of some all
Therefore this opportunity records and take care of
is'my -
to girls in'response to various our correspondence here at
I situations and conditions are
the YMCA in addition to per. :

Mrs. Sharon Anderson,dra., ,described.. Examples of ma- forming all other, clerical du '

ma Instructor for the YMCA, ture and immature behavior ties. '



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Dr. William V. Banks is the Supreme Convention.
r Supreme Grand Master of International The convention will be held at
TL f F. & A. M. Masons the Marco Polo Hotel, 19201
Incorporated. He and his wife, Collins Avenue, Miami Beach I
Ivy, wilt arrive in Miami on July 21 thru July 26th. They
I July 18th to attend the 19th are presently vacationing

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to right) are Lincoln Everette, doing in trying to upgradesome
David McGhee, and T.Walker. of our drivers.
These men, as well as Edward Ernest Sacco, our vice pre-
Hodowud and myself, were sident, started his vacationlast
elected by the board of direc- week.Wednesday morninghe
,4 tors to head a new public re- left for Boston Mass.We all
lations drive. The purpose of are hoping Mr. Sacco has a
this drive is to work with,and wonderful vacation. He will be
4, keep the public informed as to missed by all of us.
$ a, .k ai \ the work in our organizationand Our board of directors,
what we are trying to do in headed by Claude Rolfeourare
the community. bogged down in the process
We hope, through this drive, of finding a building to
i Hr we can bring about a better purchase for our meeting hall.
4c relationship, with the public
and the drivers. The only way On the fourth of July week-
we will succeed is!through co- end, my wife(Annette),daughter -
rrif. operation, not only on our part, (Yvette), and her playmate
but yours as well. (Sabrina), took a trip toGeor-
\ I know some of you think gia,, and believe me it was
most of our operators give the worth it. The kids had never
t public a bard time, but this is been to the country before and
not true. You have some bad my wife has only been there
) people in every walk of life, once, and the new experiencewas
I but they are always in the mi- something else. The girls
nority. I know for myself we really had a ball and thought
have some dedicated driversin that farm life was out of sight.
.. this outfit,and really it isn't I think I will do this every year.
fair to Judge all of these men I was amazed at the people you
meet there from the north as
by what you see a few do.When
one does a good deed we won't well as Miami.. It was like an
say all drivers are good, so old time get.together.
let's not say all drivers are The Transit Authority is
bad because of a few, making preparations to move
rm sure you don't want to into a new location. I will Inform
be judged by something some- you when final arrange-
one else does. We owe a lot to ments have been made.

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DEATHS I IIN of sad, but loving memory 68th Terr, passed July 5th,

survivors include: a son, Ed-

die Garrett; three sisters,

Agnes Mack of Tampa, Mrs.

Nettie Brown of Ft. Lauder-
family of the late family of the latem dale; two brothers, Mr, Fred
In loving memory of oui r
w> Garrett, Mr. Byrd
daughter and granddaughtei r
. ; alp. who departed this life June 16 '7" i Tampa; cousins; one sister-

wish to express our sincere M in-law; two brothers-in-law;
thanks and appreciation to our one nephew. Services were
I Ir many friends for their cards, ,;: .. !iii.'i\ i>Frl.i ra i held Saturday at 3 p.m. at
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p. \
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letters : ,
telegrams, floral : Greater Macedonia Baptist.
pieces, food and other acts of ..t. ;: .../. : Fred Pickett of 1224 NW 67 I
i kindness. .,... k +.. .\ '. 4, { a i'fe'yu w, -..---...- St., pased July 5, survivors I
Special thanks to Pastor H. 4 Raymond Charles Butler include a wife,Willie Mae; one '
C. Samuel and members of the Raymond Charles Butler of sister, Laura; twohalfbrothers -

entire church. The New Hope .- 1527 NW 40th Street died July Earnest Woodard, Rev. (

Primitive Baptist and the 10th at the Cedars of Lebanon Samuel Woodard, Services :

House of Albert Funeral Hospital. Mr. Butler was bornin were held Saturday at 3 p.m.,
Home for their efficient service MARGARET JANE MACKEYwho Key West, Florida on June at the House of Albert chapelin
this life 16
departed July ,
"J"O,; 1968. 6th, 1911, but spent most of his Liberty City.
--- life in Miami Florida.He Mrs. Mollie Knott of 2460
MIRIAM SMITH I know a smile I love to see, ,
Brown husband 2
was a member of the NW 63rd St., passed July ,
Beatrice Bethel, sister who passed June 6, 1969, wishto A voice I love to hear, Church of the Incarnation and survivors include one daughter -
Minnie Thomas sister thank everyone who was so I know a hand I love to hold,
I Bell
was employed at St. Stephen's Mrs. YarBrough.
Eva Mae Smith, sister thoughtful and kind during our.A presence I love near, Church for more than 25 Services were held Thursdayat
MRS GARNETTA L.EVERETT Moses Smith and Clarence hour of bereavement. A spe- I know a heart-a loving heart years 1 p.m., at the Liberty City
Lane, brothersIN cial thank you to Pastor Taylor That's thoughtful, fine and
He was the son of the late
who this life
departed on July true
of Berea Trinity S.D.A. ,
Mrs. Gretchen Sweeting of
Mr. & Mrs Henderson Butler
18,. 1968. Church and also the membersof I know them all, and love them
MEMORIAMIn Mr Butler is survived by 2226 NW 49th St., passed July
St. Mary W, Church and the all
Survivors include husband
his wife Mrs. Maude Butler 5. ,
The blow was sudden For to ,
Range Funeral Home. Thanksto they belong youl
loving memory of our Alford four Arthur Lee
one son, Harkness H, Butlerof ; ,
The shock severe, the friends for the cards
dear mother ,
Augusta four brothers Edward Lee Alfred Jr.
: Ga.; ,
But in hearts
deep our 1 telegrams and beautiful flow The familyIN
You'll always be near. ers. To all: Your kindnessand Alfred, Eugene, Joseph and James Sweeting Jr., Three
Ernest a daughter-in-law daughters, Hattie Brown,
Thou on earth you are no more, thoughtfulness shall never ; ,
MEMORIAMIn Mrs. Mnnie Laura of Augusta Johnnie Mae Hunt, Mable
But memory you are with us be forgotten
As always you were, before. Ga. and a host 0 f nieces, Hines Services were heldSat-
The loving memory of our nephews and other relativesand urday at 3 p.m., at St. Paul A.
Mr. and Mrs Alexander sister. friends. M.E., Coconut Grove.

Graham, parents.Mr. a -- .--...-- Funeral services will be Mrs. Emma Brown 21143
and Mrs Arthur Wright M THANK YOUWe held Saturday, 10:00: a.m.,July SW 117th Ave.,Goulds,passed

grandparents the family of the late 19th, at the Church of the Incarnation July 7. Survivors include two

Vanessa, Chirita, Karen, ARDLEY ARTHUR He will lie in daughters, Mr and Mrs Cloan
sisters RICHARDSON repose on Friday afternoon Williams, Rosetta Young; 12

Robert, Alex, Keith, 2:00 p.m. Range Funeral grandchildren, 25 neices, 20
brothers wish to thank all our friends Home Is In charge of arrangements nephews, and a host of cousins
and neighbors for helping to /ad friends. Services were

console and comfort us by extending held Saturday at 1 p.m. at Mt.
: your sympathy during RICHARDSONServices Pleasant
CARD OF THANKSThe Baptist.Mrs. .
departed this life July our'' recent bereavement
17 E for Mrs Emma- Miriam Strachan
through the media of cards,
family of the late What peaceful hours we letters, telegrams, and beautiful line Gaitor of 1369 NW 44th 2165 NW 58th Street, passed

ALBERTHA MITCHELLwho once enjoyed, how sweet her flowers of condolences; G St. who died July 12th will be July 8. Survivors include hus-

memories still in our hearts. visits to our home; the use of held Saturday, July 19th at 4 band, George; four daughters,
departed this life June 28, But she has left an aching void your automobiles, and the p.m. at Mt. Calvary Baptist Flora, Judy, Idell, Morrell;
1969, wish to express sincere in our hearts the world can many other acts of kindness MRS. REBECCA MACKEYwho Church. Remains will lie in two sons, Glendell, Lester;

thanks and appreciation to never fill.. rendered us. rf repose Friday, July 18, from one sister, Adline Bannister,
friends and neighbors for their departed this life July 18, 1 p.m. until 7 p.m. then remains three brothers, Samuel, Leon,

thoughtfulness during our be- The FamilyIN Special thanks to our pas- 1966. will be carried to 1276 John Services were held Sat-,

reavement. Thanks for the tor, the Rev. Aaron D. Hall, Sleep on dear sister, and NW 45th St. until funeral time urday at 4 p.m. at the Churchof
cards telegrams floral Senior Ushers Board No. 2, God of
take your rest, we love, but Saturday. Prophecy
pieces and other donations. MEMORIAMIn the Wesleyan Service Guild, God loves you best. Survivors include ahus- Miss Darrellyn Cooper of

Special thanks to Rev. Stuartof loving memory of The Sunday School, and the band, David; mother, Mrs. 10227 NW 62 Street, passed

St. Mary's W. M. Church, -- + membership of Ebenezer Bessie I Johnson, Mildred Eloise Kemp; 'five children, July Survivors include three

Pallbearers Lodge No. 5, and R United Methodist Church for Moxie, Anna Bell Taylor and Tangela, David Jr., Anthony sisters, Mattie Vaughn, Hou-

Range Funeral Home. your prayers and attention.To Bernice Carey, sisters Denise and Calvin; one sister, ston, Texas, Mary Hardy,New

Atlas Lodge No 308, Mrs. Barbara Jack of New York, Phrobe Brooks; one
The Family Past Exalted Ruler Council James Moxie, brother York; a grandmother, Mrs. brother, A. D. Dunnlngs. Ser-
And FamilyIN Mercedes three aunts Mrs. vices will be held Tuesday at
; ,
Cora Lee King, daughter No. 23, the local Elk
Eddie King, son Richard Department, the other Doris Richards. New York, 2 p. m,at the Liberty City chapeL -
Miss Irene Rolle and
Mitchell son John King son Elk lodges;the principal, Mrs. Mrs.
Gladys Smith of Miami three Safronia Mitchell of 2450
Williams and faculty ;
John Mitchell son Rufus Mit- Mary Ford -
uncles, Milton Richards, New NW 60 Street passed July 11.
chell son Angie King, daugh- of Liberty City Elemen- sad but
; loving memoryof
York Ernest and Survivors Include
Bernard De- a daughter
School for their faithful- ; ,
h r.to-law: Marv Mitchell. tary our dear daughter mother
daughter, The 1 ma Mitchell, ness, and untiring acts of kind- sister meritte, New York; two step- Mrs. Rose Lee Bones; one son,.
brothers George and Nathaniel Earnest Mr. Mitchell will be
daughter-in-law; six grands, 'e ZZ 1 nesses rendered during his ;
three greatgrands, B T illness and our bereavement.To Kemp; three sistersinlaw shipped to Monticello, Fla.,
five brothers-in-law, Friday morning.
JAMES E, BOOTH Richardson Mortuary, other relatives. Rehosia Woody of 2488 NW

CARD OF THANKSThe who passed July 12, 1968,Sad we "Thank You, for your ry Miss Nancy B. Woodard of 43 Street passed July 12.Survivors -

ly missed by family and efficient services rendered." -u 1272 NW 57th St, died July 10. Include a wife,

family of the late friends. May God bless all of you. Funeral services will be held Earnestine; six daughters ;

Saturday, July 19th at 2 p.m. four sons; five brothers; five
The family Mrs. poise S. Richardson, in the chapel. Survivors in- sisters; and a host of other

.J wife clude one; nephew: three relatives and friends'Services -
IN ;MEMORIAM Herberleen Cody nieces, a cousin and other relatives will be held Saturday at
Mr. and Mrs. Moses the
Liberty City chapel.
In loving memory of our
(Birdie) Mack
Mrs. Mebba Thompson of
dear beloved mother and r NORTHSIDE
And familyIN 6720 NW 27
grandmother Ave., passed July
Mrs"Nettle Horthorn of 625 14. Survivors Include a mo-

NW 8th Street died July 7th at ther, Mrs. Patsy Mosley; father

MEMORIAMIn her home Survivors are Malgrim Mosley; two
1. y 19 7SK Pf friends. Services held
E aa were brothers, Leodies, Edward;
loving memory of my mother Tuesday, 10 a.m.in the chapel. five sisters, Mrs. Margaret

our grand and greatgrand BERNICE FERGUSON George Clifford Seymour, Ashley, Mrs. Thelma White,
mother, of 7610 NW 15th Avenue died Mrs. Helen Collins, Mrs. Ea-

MRS. LOVENIA CAMBRIDGEwho MARTIN at his home July 12. Survivors thera Neal. Miss Elma Jean
include one sister, Mrs.
Mosley Arrangements are
departed this life 21 who departed this life July
July Emmaline Wallace two aunts
19 1967. ; Incomplete. The remains will
1966. Mrs. Dora Gardner and Mrs. be shipped to Vidalia Ga.
>, ,
MRS. NETTIE KEY a aV aw The songbird's melody fills For all the saints who from Tisscher Hunter; two cousins
the air, long after the bird has their labor rest, who there by Mrs. Elizabeth Roole and Mrs.
d wishes to give special thanks gone, and when the rose has faith before the world confess. Elizabeth Smith and other relatives THANK YOU

fl t to their many friends and lost -its bloom, fragrance lin- Thy name Oh Jesus, be for and friends Serviceswill The family of the late

neighbors, Father Sands, the gers on. And though we can- ever blest Hallelujah. be held on Saturday, July MRS. ESSIE MATHIS

Guild members, theRahmings 6 r not see the ones from whom 19th at 2 p.m. at the Church of wish to express their sincere
Funeral home for all their 5y. we've had to part, their me- Agatha Hunter, mother God, 2590 NW 103rd thanks
Street. and to
;,1 sT appreciation our
,.......... ,. ..
acts of kindness -- -a -- like still lives
and melody Sheldon
} f deeds mory, James, Roderick, Arthur Wright, of 364 NW many friends and neighbors
shown them In this their hour MRS. JESSIE ALBURYwho within the heart! and Daryn, sons 6th Street died at his home, who sent telegrams, cards,

of sorrow. May God bless each departed this life July 8, Velma Ferguson, Alfran- July 12th. Survivors are a flowers and other acts of kind-

of you. 1955. Mrs Vera Lee, daughter ces East, Alicia Lucky and wife, Naomi; father, Arthur nesses during our hours of

Mrs. Rose Mary, Rolle, Shirley Rolle, sisters Wright, Sr. and other relatives bereavement. We shall never
Ella Wilson Mrs. Lillian Smith granddaughter Charles and Preston Hunter
daugh. He will be shipped on forget you.
Joe Wilson Mrs. Olive Neely, daugh. Nine greatgrand daughtersTwo brothersAnd Wednesday to Savannah, Ga.
And family Grandchildren and family greatgrand sons family for final rites. The Mathis FamnyrTuEM1Mhh1ME5.Fd1.J181969


THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 18, 1969 23

Manor Park Community

Mrs. Dora Lee of 5901 SW

58th Terr died July 12th at To OrganizeDo
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital.She .
you live in the Manor there, as well as your friends
is survived by a son, Ro- Park area?
Anyone living and yourself!I Come out so that
selle; three daughters, Mrs. between 54th street and 36th
we wake Hall and
Ruby Jenkins, Helen and Dol- street from 7th avenue to 22nd up t r
other sources for the Im-
lie Mae Gregory; 20 grand- avenue are asked to meet at
provement our community.For .
children; several greatgrand 1221 NW 43rd street for a
further information call
children and other relatives. community meeting. The pur New Covenant Presbyterian, 4:
Funeral services will be con- pose of this meeting is to organize Church at 633-1854 George
ducted on Thursday, 2 p.m. at our community in order Carter at 633-3573.
the Community Missionary that we '
may work as a
Thursday at 8 ,
Baptist Church, 7604 NW 22 towards improvementandprotection. p.m.Carver
Avenue This meeting will be r sse sss sss sss-

Willie Lee Scott of 2323 NW held at 8 p.m. on Thursday of
77th Street died July 11th at his each week. [

home. He is survived by his Your family needs you !

mother, Mrs. Cora Prince anda Ranches
dear friend, Mrs. Ella M. RAH MINGS
Molphus. Remains were Mrs. Carrie Kendrick I f

shipped on Wednesday to 1337 NW 68th Terrace died in { News w $
Augusta, Georgia for burial. Live Oak Nursing Home on

Mrs. Josephine Singleton, July 13th. Survivors include a I-By-Walter--Bow--
of 1473 NW 68th Terrace,died daughter, Carrie' Bell Wash- Bowe's Modernistic Barber
July 11th. She is survived by a ington
son Wiley Kendrick; Shop. Opening subject "Seven
daughter, ,Mrs. Martha Mar- grands and greatgrands, son- Ways this World Could End c f >._
shall; two granddaughters; a in-law, Officer James Wash- Tonight." Pictures from the
grandson-in-law; two aunts, inton. Many other relativesand screen. Every night is a big COPS "MISS EMPRIE STATE" TITLE
nieces, nephews, other rela- friends. The
tives. Friends may call at the 'to Lakeland, Florida body for was final sent night. thanks Linda Bryan, 19, is being crowned by broadway star Emily Yancy after
The Rev. A. Cooper
funeral home on Thursday afternoon rites and burial. everyone who helped to make being selected as "Miss Empire State" at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel. She

to pay their respect.She the Junior Choir's Ninth An- captured the coveted honor with a brilliant personality and a modern dance
will be shipped early Friday Leonard Bethel of 420 NW She is flanked left Lawson first
niversary a success on last performance. at by Desiree place runnerup,
morning toDarienGa.for 10th St. No. 15 died at homeon
final rites and burial. July 12th, after a long Ill Sunday, July 13th. The Rev.B. and at right by Lisa Saunders, third place. Miss Bryan will be feted on a

Raymond Charles Butler,of ness. He leaves to mourn his morning. Fran message.11 n delivered Thanks the to V.LP. tour of Nigeria in Africa, as guest of the Nigerian government and Nigeria r-'

1527 NW 40th Street,died July wife, Rosa; two sons, Alfred the various choirs who helpedto Airways. Miss Yancy, who was "Miss Empire State" in 1961, stars in
10 at Cedars of Lebanon Hos- and Wilton; five grandchildren -
make the program a suc-
pital. He is survived by his ; one sister, Mrs. Jessie
wife, Maude; a son,Harkness; Butler; three brothers, cess.
The South BrowardPostNo. Free Chest X-Rays
four brothers, Eugene, Er- George, Wilton and Alfred;two
8195 will hold its regular
nest, Alfred and Joseph. Ser- daughters-in-law, Edith and meeting on Sunday, July 20th F r e e chest x-rays on the operation during the weeks of August 4-August Sand August
vices will be conducted on Sat- Cynthia Bethel. other Christmas Seal Mobile Chest II
Many at 5 p.m. at the post home on July 21-25, July 28-August, 11- August 15
urday, 10 a.m.at the Church of relatives and friends. Services Pembroke Road. Membersand X-Ray Unit will be availableto --- -
the Incarnation. will be held all 18 of
onSaturday, officers are asked to please be persons, years age
Mrs. Adelene Bernice Cou- 10:30 a.m. at St. Agnes Episcopal present. Madison James is and over, at the following locations ..vt
sins of 2280 NW 93rd St. died Church. ;
July 13th at Jackson Memorial commander and Morris Nel- Mon., July 14, Coconut
Hospital. She is survived by James Ambrister of 1859 son Is quartermaster. Grove, on the corner of Grand

two sisters, Mrs. Essie Cro- NW 74th Terr died July 14th. The Star of Bethlehem Baptist Ave. & Douglas Road,9-1Zand
wen and Mrs. Mamie C. Ed- H e is survived by his mother, Church, 5401 SW 24th St., 1-4; Tues., July 15, Grandway
wards; and a nephew, Robert Mrs. Bertha Ambrister of West Hollywood, Fla. invites Discount Center,1100 NW 54th
Crowell. Funeral services Nassau; two aunts, Mrs. Florence you to attend Its dedication Street, 9-1Zand 1-4;Wed.July

will be conducted Saturday, Ferguson and Mrs. program on Sunday, July 27th 16, Stevens Market, 6209 NW

1:30 p.m. at Mt. Zion Church, Emily Lightburn. Many other at 2 p.m. Rev. I. W. Hepburnis 27th Avenue, 9-12 only, and ..
with Rev. Edward T. Graham, relatives and friends. Ser pastor. Southern Farm Supermarket,
officiating. vices will be held on Saturday, The Rev. J. P. Monk invites 2163 NW 62nd Street from 1-4

William Johnson of 3535 NW 3 p.m. in the chapel. the public to attend the Big only; Thurs., July 17, Shell

213th St.. died July.12th at his Bible Tent which starts this City, 5941 NW 7th Ave., 9-12
Carl Ellison of Lantana, at 8 It is held and 1-4 Fri. 18 Shell
residence. He is survived by Sunday night p.m. ; July ,
Florida died July 15th in Lan- at the of 46th Avenue 5941 NW 7th Ave. 9-12
his wife, Vera: 'a; daughter, corner City, ,
tana. Funeral services are incomplete L1MR.
Joyce; four son..,William Jr., and 18th St. One block of Pembroke and 1-4.
James, Levorn,and Nathaniel; Road or one block from The unit will not be in
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brothers several ,grandchildren R. B., Joseph; three and his grandmother, Mrs. Irene f Jack's Men's lI LESTER ALBERT, OWNER

Jake. Funeral services will be Jackson; two uncles,Rochestter -
conducted on Saturday, 2:30 Kimball and Isaiah Jack I & Boy's Shop i Our service will be remembered long after

p.m. in the chapel. son; five aunts, Inez Sullen, price has been forgotten. So in your hour of

Sam Bailey of 4808 NW 31st Lucy Rembert, Rosie Brown, I THIS IS OUR ONLY STORE I bereavement, call .
Ct. died July 13th. He is sur- Lucille Mitchell and Gussie See Mr. Jack w "

vived by two daughters, San- Green. Funeral services were I "The Latest in Men' Fashions" I II
dra,and Pamela.Anyone know- conducted on Wednesday Pants -'Suits Hats Shoes House of AlbertWhere
ing the whereabouts of eitherare p.m., in the chapel.,
asked to please contact the Mrs. Mamie Tarlton of I Dress Shirts & Fancy Knits ; service begins and never ends

Range Funeral, Home. Other 14261 Madison Street, Rich 1944 r THREE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
relatives include five brothers mond Heights, died July 9th at NW 2nd AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA
Mack She is sur- .---sssss ess.se------------
Willie, Love, Christian Hospital.
sasss ---
Joseph and Robert; five sis- vived by three daughters, Mrs. 691-7661 MU 8.3311 238-8801

ters, Li liam William, Enlce Mayme Williams, Mrs.Ph y 1- I
Mills, Annie Mae,Young, Lot- i lis pleasant and Mrs. Paula I
tie and Edith Johnson; an uncle Barry three great-grand asseessssssssssssssssss'r
Harry Bailey.Funeral arrangements :hlldren, a sister and a bro- I
ave been set foi !ber. Remains were shipped to I '
Saturday, 4 ..m in the chapel. Cincinnati, Ohio for final rites ,

Mrs. Jlmtoie L. Martin of end burial.A. I < ?
3260 NW died B. Wney of 954 NW 77th If You're From '
July 14th at Parkway General Street, died July 9th at his re- I I : ,
Hospital. Mrs. Martin Is sur- sidence. He is survived by his I ,I'I >

vived by her[husband, Peppie, rife, Christine; a son, Willie; / Georgiaor ;

and a sister Mrs.Onle Baker. ;wo daughters, Mrs. bobble 1 .: ,. 1
Funeral services will be con- :
ducted on Friday, 4 p.m.at the :three ''brothers, R. L.,J. C., 1 See the Lady from the, Land,of Miracles 1 West Florida
ind Willie Wiley; two sisters,
Friday at the First Baptist i '
DIANE'Will 1
Church of Hialeah. Vmanda Doster and Carrie SISTER

John Nolrd of 1516 NW 41st Lee Clayton. Remains were 1 read entire life without asking any r

Street tian Hospital.died July He 15th is at survivedby Chris-, tor hipped services.to HawkinsviUe, Ga. r/ questions,your gives'' advice on all affairs of life You are entitled

his wife,Arquilla;two sons, 1 such as Love, Courtship Marriage,, Law 1
Donald and John Jr., five FRANCIS FUNERAL Suits and Business Speculation. Tells you /

daughters, Willie Mae, Alice, HOME Who and When you will marry. She never fails / to Special DeathBenefits

Betty, Georgia and Janie; r to reunite the Separated cause Speedy and /
inform the
This is to '
three sisters, Rosie Spairl- Happy Marriages, overcomes Enemies and /
ing, Elvie Wesley and Viola public ,that the Francis Bad Luck of all kinds. / ,
Givens; four, brothers, David Funeral Home is now TELLS YOUR LUCKY DAYS & NUMBERS

Nolrd, Charlie, Willie and temporarily located at 1 Don't be discouraged'if others have foiled to help' you. ;

George Givens, Jr. Arrange- Richardson Fune- r She does what others claim to do. On. visit will con
ments are incomplete at this the 1 For further information
17th vjnce\ you this gifted Spiritualist Medium Is superior ;
time. 'ral Home 4500 NW
r to any reader you have ever,consulted.
James' Kimball'of 700 NW Avenue., Mr. Franciscan With this od, you g.t a free lucky numb e r 1

4th Ave. No, 3 died July 9th be contacted at 1 PRI! VATE & CONFIDENTIAL READINGS DAILY
as a result bf a drowning ac- 1 EVERYONE WELCOME 1
cident. He wks a student at Miami 1437 NW 56th 'St. Ph' <: Hour 9)00 a.m. to 9:00: p.m. dally, Call 6917661RANGE
jackscd High School He 6916102. / I48GO! NW 7th AVE (Aut 8) 633-9128

Is survived by his parents,Mr. 1
i..ess sss sea sss ss sss ess sse-ess-ess esw-r..---
and Mrs. Willie Roundtree;

24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 18, 1969

GREATER Lily White News Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor

BETHELEHEM Elizabeth Wright, reporterAt Eunice McGahee,reporter
I Congratulations to the youth this time, we take great "The Peril Of Criticism"

Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor of the Antioch Baptist Church, pleasure in announcing the will be the pastor's theme Sun-

Miry Hopkins, reporter Rev. P. W. Wiggins, pastor winner of the color TV on last day morning at 11 a.m.

We congratulate you on your Saturday night: M:..' F.T.Ding-. The Men's chorus which

youth day program. This pro- ley, 20301 SW 117th Avenue. has been recently organized

gram will be held on July 27. 5en We are grateful to all our will make their first appear

Our own Ralph McCloud is friends and neighbors who tookan ance Sunday morning.The .

the chairman of the youth day. interest In helping to mike pastor wishes to meet

Patricia Howard and her this occasion a success.On with all members after the

family motored to Georgia to next Sunday, July 20th, morning service.

see some relatives.I receiveda we will celebrate our 8th An- 'The Birth Month Club con-

letter from PauletteAlexander Iou Jin QIIurcl!I 'uninuDaughter nual Man's Day. Rev.S.A.At- sisting of Julyites is sponsor-
b who to Antioch
chison of MI.. Calvary will be ing a special project. Mrs.
She sends love to all
College. the morning t speaker, Rev. Carrie Davis, chairman.

of her friends. Roger of South Miami is the Sunday school begins at 9:30
Happy birthday to Little Arthur Elks To WorshipThe The chairman -
evening speaker. a.m., evening service beginsat
I He'll celebrate it
co-chairman and captains with the
6:30 p.m., pastor
29th.Congratulations. of Greater Brother Elks are invited to
on July Daughter Elks are asking all membersto delivering the message.Tues.
to Mr. and Miami Temple No. 769 will Join the daughters in this wor- Assessment
make ready to report. night at 8:15 p.m. bible class
Mrs. Charlie McCloudJuanita Sunday ship service which is
worship together on spon- are due. Everyone and prayer meeting. Wed,
) whose anniversary is July morning, July 20, 11 a.m. at sored byDaughterArleanMlller. is welcome to come l andsharethis night choir rehearsal. Mon.

REV. G. W. PHILLIPSThe 21st. They will be married 18 St. Matthews Missionary Bapt. The Rev. William Wash- day with us. night, Male Chorus rehearsal.

church and wellwishersare years. Church on NW 61st Street and ington, who has recently received Preaching services for the .Friday night, Sunday school
Get well wishes to all the The his masters from the
asked to come and attend 24th Avenue. daughtersare revival began on Monday night, teachers meeting.
sick and shut-ins. They are to attire in the of Miami will of-
prayer meeting Monday' thru requested University July 21. The evangelist will beRav. Saturday afternoon at 5:30
and all at home. of the Order. Daugh- ficiate. An invitation is ex-
.. Wednesday Friday. regalia Roger of South Miami. all parents are urged to send
On Thursday night, the pas- Your reporter will be on ters who don't have their regalia tended to Liberty and Antlers Come and hear this man of their children to Junior choir

tor is asking all deacons, officers vacation starting July 21st. such as caps, badges, and Temple to attend this service God. rehearsal.St. .

ushers, choirs, and Adele McBride starts her vacation etc. may purchase the same with Greater Miami Temple John is preparing to celebrate -
members to fellowship with July 22nd. from Daughter Sarah Smalley, No. 769.KELLY'S.
Friendship Baptist Church, All Juniors and seniors must MT. CARMEL It's 53rd anniversaryof
the founding of the church.
NW 6th Avenue and 13th Street. be fully uniformed for the July
MORIAH Rev. D. A.Bradley pastor
NeW MT.. CHAPEL Friends are invited to attend.
27th This is from
Rev. J. E. Jenkins is pastor anniversary. Sis. Louise McGriff, reporterThe

Rev. G. W. Phillips, a well- your district deputy.- q Margaret Rev. A. L. Shipp,pastor Rev. Wm. H. Butler,pastor Deacons and Deaconess -

known gospel revivalist from Carey. $is. Evelyn Souter, reporterThe Marie Carr, reporterOn Anniversary will begin on CORINTH
Ft. Lauderdale, will be the Juanita McCloud is report- pastor is asking all last 13 the with musical
Sunday, July Friday night a Rev. M. L. Paschal,pastor
speaker July 21-25 at 420 NW ter. members to please accompanyhim Hallandale Spiritual Singers program, and will end on Sunday Geneva Paschal,reporterOn

40th Street. We, the members this Sunday at 3 p.m. to rendered evening services in afternoon at 3 p.m,with the Sunday, July 20th at 3:00
extend to all denominations NEW Brown's Chapel, Rev. J. E. behalf of Men's Day.They gave Rev. Steverson, deliveringthemessage. p.m. the pastor is asking all

invitation to share in this re- Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor Brown, pastor many inspiring selections. You and yours are members to accompany him
vival. Orchids to the No. 1 Ushers Tuesday night July 22 we invited.On .
Elaine Gilbert,reporterOn over to "Rock of Ages Bap-
Parents, please send or July 20, Mrs.Sharon Le- Board, whose 26th anniver- are to worship at the Com- Friday night, the womenof tist Church" Rev. King, pas

bring your children to the plant vine will speak in the behalf of sary was a wonderful suc- munity Baptist Church, locat- Mt. Carmel will present a
bed of the church which is Sun- wish to thank Rev.J. tor.The
cess. They ed the of NW
the youth of our church, Mrs. on corner 76th play "The Haunted De- general church will be
day School.We Leblne Is an inspiring and dy- C. Cherry and congrega- Street and 22nd Avenue. po:", 5589 NW 7th Avenue.The in charge of service Wednes-
pray God's spirit upon tion of Antioch Baptist Church Bring cars to the international Mason's
your temple.
namic speaker for Christ,and day night, July 23rdat 7:30
you as we all pray for the sick is being sponsored by the New Liberty City, Rev. F. L. church on Saturday. The youthare Come out and see this great p.m. at the First Emmanuel
and shut-ins everywhere. Our Johnson and congregation of
Convention. sponsoring a car wash for Baptist Church 200 NW 47th
Baptist ,
I'. sick: Sis. Eva Mae Ware and We urge all youths and mem- Brownsville Baptist Church, $1.00 per car, starting at 9 play.We thank each and everyonewho Street, Rev. J. E. Wright,pastor -
Sis. Kirkland.Our all ushers' boards choirs .
The church is located at
bers to come and hear this a.m. helped us on our pastor'sanniversary. .
doors are always opento deacons, deaconesses and 7165 NW 15th Avenue. Special thanks to
speaker for Christ 9:30 a.m. Prayer meeting is held
the public. If you need a each one who participated and
and she will also be at our 11 The fashion show "Wear Rev. Smith and his membersfor every Wednesday night at 8:00
church home let Bethlehembe attended to help mike it
a.m. service. See you in Your Thing" sponsored by the coming out with us. Re- p.m. The pastor is asking all
your choice. the success that it was. Total youth will be held at Bonded member the sick and shutinsand
... church! to come out and be in prayer.
The pastor urges all members amount raised was: $1,000.15. Rental Agency, 4150 NW 7th those who have lost loved Bring the sick.
Sis. Evelyn Souter wishes to
NEW HOPE to accompany him to Avenue, starting at 3:30 p.m. ones. Let us pray for them. Our deepest sympathy to
Brown's Chapel to render ser thank the Spiritual Melodiesand Donation: Adults $1.00,'child- Pray also for the boys In Viet Sis. Earnestine Woody and family R

Rev. H. C. Samuels, pastor vice at the close of our regular those who were presentto ren 75$. Date: August 10th. nam.Visitors in the passing of her hus-

Patricia Gowen, reporter: 7 p.m. service. Let us all go help make the afterservlce The fashion tea sponsoredby are always wel- band, Mr. Reoholga Woody, on
The Pastor's Aid Club wish program i success. We were the Service Guild
Wesleyan come.
for the fellowship.Let Saturday morning, July 12th.
to thank all of their many us not forget to pray for happy to have Bro. Elron Mil- will be held at the church from The church continually is in

friends for making their anniversary our sick and shutSis.. bry with us also. He is ser- 4 to 6 p.m. August 24th. prayer for them during these
ving in the armed services.
a success. The Pastor's Perry Lee Peace, home; and Toles and MT. SINAI hours of bereavement. Mr.
Rev. J. congre-
Aid Union meet at
Sis. Rebecca Grant, home gation of Berea Baptist Church FRIENDSHIP Rev. CleoAlburyJr.pistor Reoholga Woody will befu-
New Providence
Baptist pray for mankind every- will render service this Fri- Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastorWe B. Boney,reporter nmltzed Saturday at 3 p.m.

Church 3' p.m on Rev.Sunday H. C., July Samuels 20, at, where. day night at 8 p.m. Sponsoredby will observe our pas Vacation Bible School Commencement in the chapel of the House of.
tor's Sixth start- Albert.
Exercise will be
I Sis. V. Slmpkins.
choir and ushers will render
services at this hour. TEMPLE The No. 1 Choir will cele- ing July 17th, at 8 p.m. with a held on Friday, July 18th at
I local program. auxiliaries 7:30 lathe main auditorium ZION HOPE
\ Hall and brate their anniversary with a p.m. -
Rev. A. D. congregation -
I will with Messengers to the 38th Annual musical program on the fol- of the church will' respond in Each department will give
worship us on
Sunday July 20th at 6 p.m. Session of the Sunday lowing,nights: July 24, 25,and somo way with a short talk or a presentation, and awards Rev. Paul Freeman,pastor
School and B.T.U.Congress of a selection from the choirs. will be given to theworkersand Bessie Williams,reporterThe
This service is in behalf of our
homecoming program which the Atlantic Coast Baptist Association 27.We were happy to see Sis. Friday, July 18th, ZionHope instructors. entire church is askedto

terminates on Sunday,July 27. left on Tuesday Peterson on Sunday night after M. B. Church and congrega- The exhibit will be held in accompany the pastor to

We are beginning a week of evening. The sessions were a long illness. Please pray.for tion, Rev. Paul Freeman,pastor the annex following the pro- Friendship on Friday night,

prayer meeting this week at held at New Mt. Zion Baptist world peace., in charge and on Sunday at gram. July 18, at 8 p.m. Both choirs

8 p.m. We are asking that you Church, Florida City, with 3 p.m. we will conclude these Our annual picnic will be and ushers are asked to be

come out and join us in pray- Rev. H. W. Moss, pastor. The DRAKE services with Brownsville held on Saturday, July 19th at present along with all officers,
Templeites will leave by bus Baptist Church's congregationand Virginia Key Beach. The bus members and visiting friends.

er.Please pray for: the sick, at 8:45 Sunday morning to render Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastor pastor, Rev. W. M.Davis will leave the church at 9:30 Monday night after the 3rd

shut-ins, bereaved and our I 'service at 11:00 a.m. Mrs. N. T. Green reporterThe Sis. Lucy Rembert is vice pre- a.m. Members are asked to Sunday, July 21, Sis. Peek and,

men in the armed services. Sunday, July 27,'will be observed pupils of Mrs. J. W. sident of the Pastor's Aid club. avail their cars to assist with Bro. Leroy Weston are spon-

Visitors are always welcome as Men's Day at Tem- Dunn thank Mrs. Odessa We invite all.of our friends to the transportation. soring a program in behalf of

; ple. Led by chair man W.J., Berry, president of our pas be present. To our sick and shut-ins: Usher Board No. 1's Anniver

j .Johnson, .and co-chairman A. tor's aid for the beautiful' Our deepest sympathy to "He will never leave you sary. They are asking the sup-
MT. TABOR ens given them at the recital Sin Irene Jackson and familyin "
Dean, the men are determined alone. port of all to come out and help
Rev. James Hendon,pastor to make a higher mark than on last Monday evening. Mrs. the loss of her grandson, them make their program a

Wilhelmlna Sands,reporter they have ever made, and they Dunn thanks all parents and James Kimball. success. Deacon J. Anderson,
friends for attending and making Seven days from church CHRISTIAN VALLEYElder
On last Sunday,two converts mean itl! The women have reporting.
were taken into the church. pledged to go all the way in the recital "a thing of makes one weak. Come to Let us remember the sick,

On Sunday night, the com- helping to make the occasion, beauty." church and have your faith A. Ford, pastor shut-in, and members of be-

bined choirs rendered ser- one long to be remembered.The Our Missionary Society will lifted Blondle Higgins, reporterWe reaved families In our pray-

vice in song. The choirs sang speaker for the morning meet on Monday night. Our the members of Chris- ers. In bereavement we have
beautiful and 'will be of Miami's most president, Sister Ella Cope- tian Valley are asking all of
hymns gospel one JORDAN GROVE: Dea. Ben Plnckey and family.On .
land would appreciate our friends come out and
songs. This is an annual sec- outstanding sons. your vacation we have Dea. and
ond attending and helping the so. Rev. Douglas Cook,pastor help us observe our pastor's7th
Sunday evening procedure. Sis. Johnny Anderson and family -
The public is invited to attend ciety. Eddie Gilbert,reporterThe anniversary.beglnningthis along with Dea. Chester
this songfest. GRACER3V. Please visit and pray for No. 2 Choir will spon- Saturday night through Sunday. Brown and family They all are
Bro. Raysor who is at Jack- sor a musical on this The Southern Trumpets for-
program ,
The Willing Workers Club W. F. Savoy,pastor asking the prayers of all that
Takes this opportunity to thank Our Vacation Bible School Is son Memorial Hospital and Saturday night at the church at merly the Ford All Stars will they make a safe trip to their

the many friends and members in progress with one more Sis. Rosa Baker at Mercy Hospital 8 p.m. The entire church is be in charge this Saturday destination and back.

for making their outing, trip week to go. Wa meet at 4 p.m. asked to cooperate and the night, along with others.

to'Key West by bus,success..: for young people in the fourth The Pastor's Aid made public is invited. Deacon Pol- On Sunday morning, the
for their lock is president. Bishop Outler and his
Total money raised: 68523. grade up. Our Sunday'evening plans anniversary.; congregation -
Additional workers for the training meetings in evange- 'Rev. Wade, pastor of St. Mark The pastor Is asking the will be in charge. Sun- SACRED HEART
Baptist Church will be the church to him day afternoon at 3
Vacation Bible school are lism are in progress, and we accompany on p.m.
needed. Interested members meet at 7 p.m. To youth and speaker for the anniversary on''I this Monday night to Shiloh Frances and Rev. Stanley Services of the newly organized -

t of the, church are asked to adults: Please enjoy the privilege the second Sunday in August. Baptist Church, Rev. Griffinis These congregations will be in parish are being held
I Rev. Armstrong and Family pastor The Male Chorus charge Sunday night. Deacon in the Rahmings Evergreen
I meet with the pastor and work- of being trained to serve ,
worshipped with us at our Jr. Ushers' Board, Deaconsand Montgomery and his Southern- Chapel, 52nd St. and 7th Ave.
ers in the conference room, Christ in a more effective way.
morning service on last Sun- Deaconesses are expectedto airs will be in charge Sis. 'each Sunday at 9:30 a.m.
Friday July 18,at 7:30 p.m. Our sermon for this Sunday
perform their Rt. Rev. Msgr. Donald Anthony -
duties. Daisy Fant Is
Pray for the sick and shutlas. -'is on the book of Deuteronomy, day.Please sponsor
wel- is the topic of Christian feel free to worship Let us remember the sick Pray for the sick and shut- is the rector. Visitorsare
Visitors are always on
with us at any time. In our prayers. ins. always welcome.
come at ... Tabor. Obedience.



I THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 18, 1969 25

Youth Present Miss

PageantThe I Kelly's AnniversaryThe Chapel/ WSCS Has

Youth Day activities 'Armbrister will be the M. C.
will begin on Friday night, for the affair. Women's Society of housewives recalls persona
25th at Antioch Baptist Christian Service of Kelly's experiences from childhood
July On Sunday, July 27th, will 41
Church, at which time Miss climax the Youth Day activities Chapel United Methodist days, career days and yesterday 1
Antioch Pageant will be pre- Miss Brenda McQueenof Church will have their 19th Frqm these diverse heri-
sented. Antioch Baptist Church will Anniversary on Sunday, July tages Is woven a tapestry reflecting -
be the morning speaker and 20 from 4 until 6:00 p.m.at the the quality of American -

Six young ladies are com- Nelson Adams Jr. of St. John church, 7105 NW 15th A venue. life In our community.
peting for the title of Miss An- Institutional Baptist Church Mrs. Carl Prince,vicepresident There will also be a question Elder J. W. Wilson and congregation would

tioch. They are expecting financial will speak at the evening service will preside. The program period in which the parti- like to extend a warm and cordial invitation to all
support from the .An invitation is extendedto will feature Mrs Stuart cipants will answer with frank of you to come and visit the church and enioy the
members of Antioch and the public Godwin moderator of "Know answers. services.
Your Neighbor"..A panel of
friends. Also on the program Rev. p. W, Wiggins is the For comfort, the church is fully air-con-.
American Women- plain talk Mrs. Ernest Carr presi- your
will be young guest artist from minister. Ronald Pratt Is the ,
the community. Mrs. Vasthl public relations chairman., about what it's like to be Jew- dent, and Rev.William H.But- ditioned. For your convenience, we provide transportation -
ish, Catholic, Negro, Cuban, ler, pastor, extend a cordial for services to and from the church.Time:

and White Protestant today.An invitation to the public to attend Thursday 8 p.m. and Sunday, 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.

MEMORIAL TEMPLE SHILOH Informal panel of Dade County For your added convenience, we have a wonderful

Rev. L C. Mlcklns, pastor Rev. A. M. Griffin, pastor Sunday School service which we would.like to have

Lucille Beckett, reproterThe SIs Cheryl English,reporter Wonder Boy Preacher To Speak your children with us each and every Sunday.
pastor, officers, and Saturday all day the Willing
Phone: 6930481. Church: 9000 NW 20th Avenue.
members of Memorial Tem Workers will have sale at the
pIe Baptist Church wish to take home of Sis. Susie Rolle,1752 Rev. Thomas ordained Masters,min-the Rev. A. L. Shipp and family YOUNG LAND U.S.A. Kindergarten open all sum-
16-year-old Masters will be
this opportunity to thank each NW 55th Terrace. ister from Pasadena,California Rev.from the subject"IHeardIt speakIng mer. We keep children from 6 months of age to 10 .
and every one who helped to Our pastor's anniversary of Call and Register Now. 6930481.
will be preaching at the From the Grapevine." Ad- years age.
make their day of dedicationa
will begin Monday night after
Northwestern High School on mission Is free, but bring a
Joyous success, both spi- the 3rd Sunday and will con- Sunday, July 20th at 3 p.m liberal donation to help foster MT.CALVARYRev. CHRISTIAN SCIENCEThe
and Total
ritually financially. tinue until the fourth Sunday
This minister and
amount raised was $3,200.00.The afternoon at 3 p.m. Monday prodigy the gospel S. Atchison,pastor Golden Text of this
gospel preacher Is one of the
new chapel was filled and night the Rev. Cook and con- Phyllis Beal, reporter week's ChristianScience Les-
overflowing with members and gregation of Jordan Grove will ST. MARY'S Sunday the deacons and dea- son-Sermon is from Psalms:
many visitors on hand to wish start the anniversary. Tues- conesses will be observingtheir "I shall not die, but live, and
the church a long and success day night, Rev.Stephensonandcongregation Members please don't for- anniversary. The speaker declare the works of the
ful service to God. The four of Antioch of get Sunday Is Tithes Day. of the hour will be Rev. Lord." The subject of the ser-
month old chapel was dedicated Brownsville will preach.Wed. Choir no. 2 will sing all day Cherry of Antioch of New Liberty mon is "Life".

last Sunday, climaxing two night Elder Byers will conveneat and Ushers' Board No. 1 will City and his congregation The title of the radio pro-
weeks of service commemo- the church. Thursday night serve at 11 a.m. Ushers' Come out and worshipwith gram, heard over radio station -
rating the first phase in the Rev. Savoy and (congregationof Board No. 2 at 6 p.m. The us.Our WMBM Sunday at 1:45
growth and development of this Grace Presbyterian will be Sunday School teachers are annual Men's Day driveis p.m. is "Do You Resist Pro-
church. in charge. Friday night Rev. a still asking for your supportin now under way.We are driving gress?"
Rev. Edward T. Graham, Macon and congregation of their contest which climax. for the ultimate this year. We invite you to hear the
pastor of Mount Zion Baptist First Baptist of Opa locks will es Sunday,July 27th Cupcakesare So we are asking all members radio program, and extend a
on sale after church.Din- especially the men to supportall
Church delivered the Dedica- takeover the services. And welcome to the s e r v Ic es of
tory sermon Rev.Graham Sunday afternoon Rev. Sims ners are sold every Saturday, activities The climax will Fifth Church of Christ,Scien-
emphasized the dedicated and congregation,of New Hope at the church. For delivery, be the fourth Sunday in September tist, 1600 NW 54th St.
call 7581601.We Many thanks in advance -
spirit of our pastor, Rev.I.C. will end our Pastor's anniver- :
Mickens, officers, and mem- Dinner will be served were happy and thankfulto ,
sary. God to have Bro. and Sis. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jack- MT.AARONRev.
bers of the young church.Mu- the anniver- ,. .JL.M.
closing pastor's -"-""- """-"""-"
Rufus Bethel in church Sun- son wishes to thank the
sic for'the occasion was ren- REV. THOMAS MASTERS on many Otis Sample,pastor
sary. day after being ill at home. friends and relatives for the
Zion's choir.Miss
dered Mt.
by Let us remember to visit greatest ministers of this day Bernice pond, reporterOn
and their
gifts at the
Let us continue to pray for presence
Joan Storr offered a stirringsolo. and pray for the sick and shut- and age Preaching since the house celebration July 20th, the young ma-
and visit all our sickand shut- warming on
in. age of 3, he has evangelized in last Sunday. trons will have fellowship.
Let us give thanks togetherin Ins.Visitors The public is Invited to come ""
40 states and five countries
welcome Please pray for the sick and
of are always -
appreciation our many out and share in the fellowship.
Rev. Masters is preaching in the
MT. OLIVETTE shut-ins.
Get well wishes
blessings. are
the Bahama Islands this week, N
extended to Miss Joan Storr Rev. G. W. Warren, pastor
but he will be leaving shortly
our music director. The No. 2 choir of Mt. Oli-
after his Miami appearancefor
Visitors 1 vette will celebrate their 25th
are always w e -
New York, Chicago, and
come. Please continue to make anniversary beginning Wed. HOSKI NS J R. SAYS .
Washington, D. C. where he JOHN ,fi:
I our church your choice of wor night, July 23rd, and conclud- will be special guest of mem- '\ '
ship. ing Sunday evening, July 27th bers of the White House. J -

at 3 p.m. The program will Don't fail to come out and .
feature various choirs and hear this dynamic speaker and IF IT'S FRESH FISH f

NEW PROVIDENCE groups of the city.Please keep gospel singer.This Is his third :
these dates in mind and sup
Rev. C. J. Burney,pastor the choir appearance In this area. His "
port they promiseto
first was at the
Arsula appearance YOU WANT LI
Edwards, reporterThe give you two fine eveningsof
Pastor's Aid Union will gospel singing. NewMt. Morlah Baptist _
Church In 1964 when he was

meet Sunday here at at 3 New p.m.Providenceon Everyoneis at On 9:30 Sunday a.m. the morning choirs, July of Mt.27 Invited here by the pastor, WE HAVE IT 7 DAYS WEEK

cordially invited to attend. Olivette will be the guests of

The Senior Ushers are pre- the House of Albert, Radio ST. PETERS AMER.CATHOLIC .
paring to celebrate their an- Station WMBM.All-members-!
niversary on the fourth Sun- of Choirs No. 1 and 2 are askedto
day In July (July 27th). Rev. be present on Thurs., July
G, W. Phillips of Ft. Lauder- 24 In preparation for this pro- NOTICE U BUY WE'LL FRYCALL

dale will deliver the message. gram. This is to notify the public
Plan now to attend.Consecration reservations
Make your that the Rev. Msgr. Donald
hour of prayer early for the excursion to the Small Anthony bas beenre-
Is held at the church each Island of Key West,sponsoredby duced to the status of a priest, AND WE'LL HAVE IT READY

Sunday morning at 5 o'clock. the Male Chorus. Ticketsare deposed and discharged from
Bible class and prayer available from membersof all duties at Saint Peter's Ca-

meeting each Tuesday even-' the chorus. Round trip $7. thedral, 1811 NW 4th Court, .
ing at 7:30. Continue in prayer Maxine L. Humes becomesthe and Sacred Heart Mission WE CARRY A COMPLETE
for those who are sick and bride of Olin E.Bolin,July American Catholic Church is

shut-in and the bereaved. VI- 27, following the morning worship not responsible for any debts

sitors are always' welcome. contracted by said Rev. Don- LINE OF YOUR FAVORITE
Dea. George Stubbs is In Mt. ald Small Anthony,.since be
Sinai Hospital. Remember the does not represent the said

CHRIST sick and shut-In. church In any capacity. Most
Rev H. Francis Wilkie Arch SEAFOOD INCLUDING

Canon T. R. Gibson,rector BIBLE CHURCHOF bishop Metropolitan Primate.Mr. .

Antoinette Silva reporterThe GOD Clarence Saunders having -

Bishop E. E. Rahmlng, pastor previously been InstalledIn EVERYTHING
Church School will have Shirley Cooper,reporter this cathedral as lay readerby
its annual night at 8 pm we our Primate will conduct .
picnic on Sunday, On Friday
July 20, at Grind on park will render service over to the the necessary services in theabsence FOR YOUR BOIL POTS
Beach All members of the church of the Kingdon of God, of a priest., Mat It
Church School are asked to be 2324 NW 152nd Street, Opa-: please God to bless and pour
at the church by 11:30 a.m. Lccka. Elder Reddick is thepiStor his grace upon him(bathe may
Don't miss (his event. duly execute this office to the
The Episcopal churchmen On Sunday at 3 p.m. we will edifying of his church, and the, 22nd AVE. BETTER SEAFOOD
at glory of his holy name.
will hare a night of games on 'we will render service
Julyl8atlp.m.Bwillbeheldat Elder Servance church which Regular services are held

the home of Mr. William 3. Is located on Douglas Road In each Sunday at 9:30 a.m. 5807 N.W. 22 AVE. 633-6606
The children of the church's
Stirrup plea's come out and Coconut Grove.
enjoy yourself Bible class Is held on every Sunday school will be taken on '

Get well wishes., art extended Tuesday night at 8p.tn.Wa. ; Invite a beach picnic, Sunday after Hours 'Mo thro'.Snt. 8:30 AM-9:30PM
to all phut-ins and sincere you to come out and be with morning services, July ZOo .;: n. '
The bus leaves' the church at I

Mrs. sympathy Margaret Is Simmons extended and to us.Don't forget to pray for the 11 a.m. Sunday. All of the Sun Open.. SUNDAY From 8:00 2:00 PMI

family .for the. loss of their sick and needy, In you'1ray- day school children will ride. .' .
loved one. ers..



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, ,July 18, 1969

QIC! Fund Drive In High GearPlans T.V.'s I''

for the O.LC. fund day, July 24 at the Hotel Everglades mic speaker,"Clements com- fleers, 330 Biscayne Boule-
drive into vard Thetelephone Is 3774711. -
are moving mented. "Tickets are soon go-
gear, it was announced this Keynote speaker of the eventis ing to be at a premium." Black And. White t
week by Charles L.Clements, the Rev. Dr. Leon Sullivan "Advance pledges to the RETURNS HOME ., \
Jr., chairman of the Com- of Philadelphia, originator of O.LC. Fund are very promising Mrs. Estella M. Williams '
munity Affairs Action Com- the Opportunities Industrialization too," he added.They in- successful completed her two-- r
mittee, Greater MiamiChamber Centers, a Black self- dicate that the business sectoris year contract with the National I rI ri'
of Commerce, and chair- help training program for bet taking its responsibility seriously Teachers Corps of the University -
man of the O.LC. Fund Drive ter Jobs and economic stabi- We are pleased with of Ohio and the Zanes- i'
Committee. lity in the Negro community. the response so far, but we've ville, Ohio Public Schools and i'I,
The campaign to raise "Anyone who has heard Rev. still got a good way to go." is happy to return home to an I
$150,000 from the Miamibusl- Sullivan will want to hear him 0. I. C. pledge cards and increased Bowens' clan. l
ness community gets under- again, and word is getting tickets for the luncheon are Her brother and his wife, lf f
way at a luncheon on Thurs- around that he's a very dyna- available at the Chamber of- Mr. and Mrs Charles Bowens
formerly of Portsmouth, Va. f q k
are settled in their new home

qo...- -" 1'w. '....j,I _, here. Mr. James Bowens of
"-,':.. {. I I I" Hialeah, and Mrs. Vera Gaskin -
of Miami are other mem-
: '
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I bers of the clan.
Our eldest brother and his t
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I Ix or a Neighborhood Girl '
Scouts participated in the
opening ceremonies of the National :
TIME I AAU Track Meet held k
at Miami Dade Junior College I L

LT',v PHIL DIXON i North, June 28 and 29. ":

i Over 100 girls from the ,- ,

aw.., Tropical Florida were were ;
- - - ---- "'
flag bearers and color guardsfor
LARRY LITTLE COMES HOME the flags of the Western

When'the Miami Dolphins professional football team of the Hemisphere countries com- '!' I IIi
peting in the event.
American Football League acquired Larry Little, a 271 pound Mrs. Norman: Bullard and |t
offensive: guard from the San Diego Chargers, the club signed
the girls in Troop 377 and 375 j
its fifth Bethune-Cookman College Wildcat.
Mrs. Eloise Smith and girls in f
'The ex-Wildcats reporting to camp Sunday are Rudolph Bar- I
Troop 622, Miss Elizabeth
ber,. formerly of the Kansas City Chiefs of the AFL and theWheeling |I
409 Miss
Jones and Troop ,
Iron Men of the CFL; Richard Washington; Henry Katherine Hepburn and Troop I i
Steele, a 1967 Dolphin draft choice and Johnnie Allen. *
581 Miss Wanda Hewitt and
The Miami Dolphins last Wednesday traded defensive back .
316wereamongtheGlrliScouts \ -- ----
Mack Lamb to the San Diego Chargers for offensive guard Troop :
in the
Larry Little. colorful participating j"iifleIe guers Win
Ironically, the trade involved a pair of ex-high school team- ceremony.

matesboth. played for Miami Booker T. Washington High. I'
: Little, a 6-1, 270 pounder, attended BethuneCookmanCollege -
.JI"t< In District TournamentThe
and signed as a free agent with the Chargers in 1967. ; 4\, r

Lamb, who attended Tennessee A & I, also signed as a free
agent, Joining the Dolphins in.1967. Hehasbeen used on kick- ,- all-Black Central Miami over North MiamlAmericanatBen Craig, and got credit for the

off and punt teams as well as in the defensive backfield.The Little League team came Franklin Field to move win. Maurice came up with his

homecoming wasn't well for Little Wednesday. "Tra .'...it1'ftt., back strong on Monday night up in the District tournamentnow team trailing in the eighth Inning -

bitter," he said. "I didn't see any reason I should be traded. after being humiliated last in progress. The team"plays and boomed a bases

Not that I don't like coming to the, Dolphins this is my year In their first tournament again Wednesday night loaded ,triple to wrap up the

home town and I love it here. But.I was doing a lot of playingin .,,".., experience. The team was and a win will put them into win.John
San Diego.. Still I guess this,is what you have to expect. I routed 19-1 last summer in the Friday night's semifinals.Big McGregory is managerof

Just got through talking to Coach (Sid) Gillmanand he told me tournament.The gun Monday night was the teamandGeraldBullardis

this is the ,way pro sports work.You have to expect to be trad- all-star teamfromLib- lefthander Maurice Thorpe coach.
.ed somewhere along the line." (!t erty City scored 8-6 victory who, relieved his cousin, Front row,left to right:Willie -

Little started the last four,Chargers' games and saw con- :Thomas l Tony Robbins, f
considerable playing time last year. His acquisition will Wheeler Spicer Curtiss Marshall

strengthen the Dolphin front line, which has been somewhat r Atlanta Braves Sign M-DJC'S Isaiah Howard,. Robert
leaky' 'in the past and has sent quarterback Bob Griese Collins; Tyrol Royal, Craig

scrambling by nroviding less-than outstanding protection. SAN ANTONIOAirman Johnny Rivers Thorpe.

After viewing the situation, B-CC Coach Jack McClalren Clyde C.' Bridgewater, son of Back row, left to right:Calvin
lanta Rivers is
Braves. now
said, "I think it will prove to be one of the key changes for Mr. and Mrs. Clyde C. 4 qF Wade, Calvin Moyd,James
for the Braves In the
the betterment of Larry's career. I hope he continues to givea Bridgewater of 14261 NW 23rd playing Spann, Leon Dotson, Edward
100 per cent effort and become a super star in his hometown Place, Miami, has completed Ploneer'League. As a Falcon Field, Maurice ,Thorpe, Ron-
this he led the
." basic training at Lackland day k past season nie Bell, Berry Jackson. Not
team In with a.373
y AFB, Texas. He has been as- shown:: Sandrew Martin, Michael
Doing her, usual,all-out top notched Job, Mrs. Range plansto signed to Sheppard AFB Tex. average; broke the school record Robinson Willie Ashleyand
lead a drive in the community for the benefit of the Shack for stolen bases, formerly
for training In the transportation Larry Dotson.
Playhouse. For those of you that haven't heard of the play- held by Al Crawford,with
field. Airman '
house, it is the old Libery Theatre on northwest 15th Avenue, Bridge- 4 30 and had a team leading 41
water is a graduate of Miami
that a group of young people are trying to purchase for the 7. runs batted In. HIDE GRAY: HAIR
Carol Senior
City High School.
i- benefit of untried and un-heard of artist, art and culture., etNUlLE

Mrs. Range's idea is that we help ourselves as much as Rivers is the second black SUCK BLACK
possible. To this Iagree; therefore, ril be right in there ifr athlete from MDJC North to '

pitching trying to /fret the program over. make it big In professional ft/COLORS f RAY ACTION$MIRI1MX
Even though I will be among the many that would regret baseball. The first was Al

losing Mrs. Range and her wonderful local efforts I still Crawford, who is having very t'8 2 DRESSES.KAUiinAC. '

thing she should take the Statewide Job. There will not only good year with Asheville, ;
be helping the thousands here'' in Dade County; but the mil- JOHNNY RIVERS N.C., In the Carolina AA League tMMBBBMMMOMMMHMBBHCMERSON

lions here in the state of Florida. Speedster Johnny Rivers, .Crawford is on a major ,

Broadway Joe, along with a few other celebrated players .d" Miami Dade North's answerto league contract after spending t
have not reported to their respective camps as of press time; Lou Brock, has been signedfor spring training with the
however I don't think has less of a modest bonus by the At- Cincinatti Rftds. r(
anyone a gripe than Big ,- -_ .-- -.. ,
Nic of the Dolphins. Nic has two years on his contract; but .1 .,j
he insist that the Dolphins give him a raise. Personally I TELlVISIO

) can't fault Nic for trying to increase his earnings; but he
must realize that he is coming off a serious injury and that UNCLE YL- l
his ability to fit in a new set-up is uet to be proven. FU '",, : iI
suggest a possibility to both sides that Nic's bonus or in- /" :- ARTHUR'S

crease be dependent on his' performance this season. Joe ...,', t

Robbie has gone: for all kinds- of- Kookie- contracts since SAN ANTONIOAirman

the team got started; why not one that makes a little sense. Cartez L. DeShazlor, nephew, GROCERY
The A.B.A. has lost its first Commissioner becauseyou of Misses Minnie A. and Ma- LJ

( fill In the answer). The owners say one*, ble H. DeShazior of 1712 NW & SUNDRYWhere
thing and George Miran says another. Regardless to which I 75th Street, Miami, has com I

way you want to go, the key to the whole thing, I think Is a pleted basic training at Lack ti'

,V. contract up until this time, no sport has been able to land AFB, Tex. He has been Our your Business Patronage is appreciated:Patrons and I :. r1 -
survive long without T.V.; and I don't think the A.B.A. will assigned to Chanute AFB, Ill, serving

be any exceptions. Lots of luck to George and the A.B.A.- for training In the aircraft e- 700 NW 69th STREET PHONE: 691.9872, I

"Parting is such sweet sorrow." quipment maintenance field. MODEL 11PSOA WITH
Chump of the week: Don Bellamy-The next I tell you "A Airman DeShazlor, a graduateof COLDEST BEER AND '. INE IN TOWN!

fly can pull a plow"-Hltch it up! Archbishop Curley High ALL SIZES & SHADES PRIVATE LISTENING

Sports of the week: Mike Collins, Neil Armstrong and School, attended Miami Dade LADIES HOSIERY I EARPHONE
Buzz Aldrln-good show fellows. Junior College.

Until the next time, keep on being good sport. w $5.00


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Serving Greater Miami, Florida Since 1950 Under Original ManagementTHE



ASSETSU.S. i .t tII'n',1 ,
June 30. 1969 June 30.1968

Government Insured or . . . . . . >/'.

Guaranteed FHA & VA loans . . . . $ 9270075.79 '':h.WI'.1.. .; .', $ 6,430,787.16
Other loans and Discounts 10" . . . . 31,677,798.97 ...... I': :.' 30436706.50

Overdrafts .. . . . ... . . . :. 7.213.45 8,810.06

Bank Buildings and Parking lots . . . . . 2124243.10 1,944,450.65
(carried at cost less accumulated . . . . ,

depreciation amounting to $360,862.29)) . . .
Former Bank Building and Stores. II . . . : 111,461.65 127,051.86
(carried at cost less accumulated . . . '. 10

depreciation amounting to $199,347.39)) . . .

Other Real Estate Owned .. .. . . . . . ( 97,1.5 1.20 143231.20
(carried at cost less accumulated . . . . .'

depreciation amounting to $132,992.00)) . . . v.I' r ->., ./:', : : <

Furniture and Fixtures . .. . . . . . 646,238.03 ,' '{ 593,583.16
1 (carried at cost less accumulated . . . . 1. ",' f'" ',.. .'

depreciation amounting to 1171673.27) II II. II ,"n.
Accrued Interest and Income Receivable . . . 581,958.30 > 419,255.63

Customer Liability letters of Credit . . . . 35,450.00 ,\: ,

Other! Resources . . . . . :; . . 182,193.31 177,295.67,
U.S. Government Securities II \ If' eo If. . 23,594,100.54 19,055,142.99

Federal Corporation Bonds . II . II . . 1917809.72 ," 1,292,722.54
Federal Reserve Bank Stock . II. . . . :. 162,950.00 ". 157,350.00

State, County end Municipal Bonds . .. . . 1M94994U9 9,496,341.63T.213,691,76

listed Bonds ... .. . . .. . . . . 1041499.95 I'
Cash and Due from Banks e . II :. II . . 18833423.87 57X344,778. 7 ;I : 16142328.88 d1357.S77.95

. TOTAL ASSETS ??. .'. ,. . . . t. $101,773,562.37' $87,638/49.79



Capital Stock ... . . .. . . . . . 3451875.00 I). ; $ 3,357,50000

Surplus . .. . . . . . . . . 1976500.00 55 1884000.00

I Undivided Profits . . II . . . . . . 879,310.33 ,; iii 541,613,39

Reserve for Contingencies If. . If. . . 163,043.50 6,470,728.83 i:. 114,656.59 5,897,769.98

Additional Reserves (Installment loans) . . . . 89,765.76 72,389.01

Reserve for Taxes, Interest, etc. If . If . If 1C':;1,902.14 '1 :.;r. .. .. 811,818X3

letters of Credit 0. . . . . If . . If. . I 35,450.00 > i 1,108.11
Deferred Income .. . . . . . . . . ', ,' \, ,' .. 1,393,684.53 ,1" 1,184,413.63
I ,
Other liabilities 0 . . . ,. . . . . 59604.39 48,988.82

DEPOSITS 0. . .. . . . . . . o. 92.677.A26,72$10t,778J62.37 79622261.81

TOTAL LIABILITIES . II . ,. . . II. II $87,638,749.79

In addition to Total Resources shown above, the Trust Department .t Peoples/ First National Bank of Miami Shorn holds/ In.tlln excess of $13,000,000.00
Along with membership in the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and Federal Reserve

System our hanks are operated on the basis of safety first, last, and always. We do not sub '1 '
scribe to the theory of speculation. ., ,





Directors Or Members Of Advisory. Council At One Or More Of The Banks Of Peoples National Group

Roy M. Abagnole: Carl E. Bowdr Robert E. Calogrier, Sr. Eugene F. AAog. Mrs Bernice Powell
Certified Public AccountantS President, Peoples Flnf Notional Owner, terrain Vice President/ People First' Miami Shores
lank of North Miami Beach Children' foolery Notional tank of Miami Shores
Adcock John W. Prunty
Investments Russell C. CoAttorney / .Mrs. Willa McArlhur Attorney
*C. C. Bratthauer
William 6. All'ender Contractor Bay Point John S. RyanManufacturers' ,"i.
Senior Vice President, Anthony Textiles J. Gockmg John H. Mercer Representative ,., .
Peoples' liberty Notional tank Edward f. Butler President, John Men,.' Dr. M. A. Schofman' '
*R. W. Apt. Senior Partner, lutfer.Swept & W.Former Douglas Present Hall, Terminal Warehouse Co, Miami' Shores Medical Clinic '
Former Partner, Apti 1'010Connn Manning, Attorney itgt'
( J. M. Shanahan
So.foyn Carp. H. Dale Miller, Jr.
Company President,Hollywood Manager, urdints Inc. (. .'
.Martin AronsonR.hred William E. Byrd M. R. Harrison, Sr. ford I"c.Eclwod 163rd Street Star I ..
President and Associate
Chairman of the Board .
Tint Officer, Peoples First, M. R. Harrison. Conduction Corp. George I. $099
Agnes; Barber.Bloke National Rank of Miami Shores M Moor President, CuyoHogv
President, Peoples! First Notional M. R. Harrison, Jr. General Manager Wrecking Company, I ,t ,
lank of Miami, Short Krmyt W. Collohrjn "ie/ftn' M. t. Harrison' Von Oridcl Mortuaries Roland M.:Stafford
President,John E. Wither Construction Corp. President,
Oren E. Morton National
*H. Earl' Barber end Co. Wok J, 1' F t.leo"od t.
Attorney Transfer Storage Edwin Hill, Jr. Inturance and Real Estate of Commerce
President, Shell City Inc. i. '. K. Tho'lSo"t, ii.r it
William E. Beclthom, Jr.President Dr. William J. Clifford aid Hill Srcs.- Stephens, Inc.Cerl George J. Moegelt Former Director, Code 't "
')' ; Choirmat of the Board Smith,
Head Seekhom PhysicianHorace County Port AuthorityDr. .
Insurance Agency Inc. i T. HoffmanAiorney Richardson and Cenroy, Inc. i' : L.
f. Cordes H. Roger Turner
Edna M Bell Bowen Nelson
Senior Vice President, Peoples! RetiredJomeiW. Jock Knap Dentist .
President, Mellon Mij. Co, Inc. '
K. \ ,Inc.
American Notional lank President ) n'etpyfset leonord Usin9
Mrs. lydfa Mo Parker Chairmen of the Boards ," <<1
B. Boyd Benjamin Elder, Jr. Thomas E. lee Boy Point el the Bonds _
Eiecutive Vice President, Former Owner, Judge, Metropolitan' Court "
Freeman end Sons Elder Electric Frank Peterson Jr*. Mart I. Walt I
*M E. lindgren '>*,. t President, Atlas Chemical Co.l '.: President, People liberty, ,
"'Marshall H. Berk son Retired .1;', Nollonollonk/ 4' 'i.:
President, Thermal Julian B, Fnxprendent. Harvey F. Pierce' 1 Frank H. Wilier ,tl,
Industries of Flo'ido Inc. Turner.Frit b J. N. lummus, Jr. ,'*. i s President, Connell Aneclote' *,list. President, Peoples American
; Council Insurance, 'Inc. Real Estate Appraiser Consulting Engineers Notional lank '" ,}'t"'('J
Member cl Advisory s


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SHORES West Dixie at 162nd Street
BANK OF MIAMI Northeast 122th Street at 10th Avenue Highway' .j
Trust FacilitiesNortheast 751-6611 North Miami Beach Florida Telephone 945 4311. '
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North Miami, Florida Telephone 6 85.2444 : .
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Agnes ,
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",I ; ,' .C' ', 4', ,t Edna Bell..;. Matt WalshCarl Bowdre Bill Byrd Bill Nevling ; ,. '!t.. :, ,1If.)11\\':'

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30 THE MIAMI I TIMES, Friday, July 18, 1969CLASSIFIED I

gifted spiritualist reader FEMALE LAUNDRY HELP
ADS and advisor Flat work, feeders, folders. Good wages. Excellent -
Guaranteed to help. Advice on company benefits. Paid vacation.
20 WORDS OR LESS $2.00. IOC FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD. all problems -- love, marriage Must be 18 or over. Apply between 10 a.m. &

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. transactions.courtship Help ,find business loved 5 p.m. No phone calls please. National Linen

---- -- ones and lost articles. Guaranteed Service, 1950 NW 1st ,Ave. Ask for Mr.
FOR SALE FOR SALE' FOR RENT help. She succeeds Findley.

Designer's Fashions. La- HOME INCOME Room for rent in i Christian where others have failed. She
belled originals. Sizes 6-16. 35 NW 41st Street home. Man only. 1824 NW 83rd I gives you lucky daysand lucky
$3 up. Values to $300.July 23, Front house, 2 bedroom,CBS. Street. 6966387. numbers. Blessed oil and MALE LAUNDRY HELP
24, 25 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Rear house, 2 bedroom frame. lucky charms for the home.
Leukemia Society America, $85 month income. Allapattah From 9 to 9 daily. She is a Loaders, pullers, extractor operators. Good
Realty Realtor 633-0426. Private home. Cooking facilities of God. She Production bonus. Excellent
804 Congress building,111NE true instrument wages. company
Liberty city area. phone:
2nd Avenue, 373-2624. Save helps and heals by prayer. benefits. Paid vacation. Permanent job. Must
the dates. Bring friends. NO QUALIFYING 758-8128. 688917811601 NW 7th Ave. be 18 or over. Apply in mornings. No phone
Down $85 Month
$1,000 -
1817 NW 93rd Terrace calls please. Ask for Mr. Findley, National
RUMMAGE SALEChildren's Working middle age man only. Linen Service, 1950 NW 1st Avenue.
Nice 2 bedroom, partly turn.
women, and men's 754-6816 or 693-4409 after 7 MISCELLANEOUSDRAPERIES
clothing. Also household Owner will hold mortgage. p.m.
goods. July 19th, 9 a.m.: to 1p.m. Hurry, this will sell fast. Al- I
First Methodist Church, lapattah Realty, Realtor, 633- CARLTON REALTY
0426. Couple or single person to taken down, cleaned, decorator I
320 NE 2nd. Avenue. share private home. Reason- folded and rehung.Drap- 3014 NW 79 STREET BROKER
able. Call 688-4860. Call Sun- ery rods installed. LUSTRA
If No
HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR RENT day in the a.m. TONE DRAPERY SERVICE. .* OO-4773 759.6500 Answer
Bed, matress springs, 2 chest 887-8022
ei', of drawers,nite table, mirror, Singles only. Furnishedroom. 3 BDRM, 2 BATHS, CBS, tile rfaphalttle! firs,
good condition. $65 All. Phone Efficiency also. Private en- 703 NW 73rd Street ATTENTION LANDLORD: excellent location, $160,000.00 $3,725.00 down.
945-3816 Sundays. trance. Deposit and reference 1 bedroom house. Very nice. I need a 1 bedroom, furnished $120.00 mo. pay all.
required. Call 634-0875after Unfurnished, no stove, no re- apartment, modern, air cond., 3 WATERFRONT BEAUTIES
2 houses, 3 rentals, stucco. 4 p.m. frigerator. 2 adults only. No or a very nice efficiency.Call
$20,900, $2,000 down.1805 NW pets. $100 month plus tax,plus 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.625-2681,ext. ((1)I BSC, TILE RF, hwd, & terr fin, 2 bdrms, 2
34th St. Owner, 221-3872. Elderly woman wants the same $100 rent deposit. A. Ben- 307 or ext. 275, after 5 p.m. baths, $21,500, $500 down. $132 mo.
male or female to share home Ken, Realtor, 759-2425. 625-2219. fin 3 bdrms 2 baths
((2) CBS, TILE RF, terr ,
Lovely large 3bedroomhome.Air and expenses. Call 634-0225. llv rm, Fla rm, unique kitchen, gar., $26,000,
condition and heat. Modern FOR RENT HELP WANTED gar., $26,000, $600 down. $162 mo.
kitchen, washer and dryer. Matured man only in quiet 7300 NW 7th Ave. Store. Very
Screened front and back home. 1012 NW 75thStreetafter nice. Retail or commercial, BOOKKEEPING CLERK (3) CBS, TILE RF, terr & hdwd fin. 4 bdrml, 2
porches. Combination garage 5 p.m.STORE sub-contractors, etc Rent is Opportunity for advancementin baths, on /4 acre, $32,500.$8,000 down, $193.50 mo. f'
and workshop with built-in $100 month plus tax plus $100 oceanographic research I
Closed 3 and All day Sunday
firm. High school level book- Saturdays p.m.
storage. Walk to schools and FOR RENT rent deposit. A. Ben-Kori,
buses $17,000 by owner. Call 3,000 sq. ft. corner, air'cond. Realtor, 759-2425. keeping plus some experience
635-2316. Coconut Grove.Reasonablerent. required. 40 hour week and MALE OR FEMALE
excellent benefits. Call Mrs. ,
Also restaurant conces-
4 bedrooms, 2 baths CBS.2476 sion in busy pool room. CA 1- HELP WANTED Landin, 642-7517, 9 a.m. to Do you like people and enjoy helping your fellowman? e 1 w
NW 101st St. $800 down FHA. 7024. Wanted dependable yard man 5 p.m. weekdays. (An Equal
Approx. $150 a month pays all. with proper tools to do private Opportunity Employer) Formal education not necessary but typing of at least \
yard. Good by the month. MALE OR FEMALEANNOUNCEMENT 25-30 w.p.m.is required.
.Call 238-3604.Saunders,Broker Nice room for rent near bus pay
stop. Couple or single female. Call Sunday in the a.m. 688-
i Phone: 754-3865. 4860. Other requirements are:

CBS living room,dining room, The members of the Path Maturity in outlook
by owner. 2 large bedrooms, 566 NW 22nd Street, Rear Need salesman desiring to Way Mission cordially invite Ability to communicate with people ,
Fla room, or third bedroom, 1 bedroom, unfurnished apt. earn $400-$700 per week plus you, one and all to attend a wel- Neat appearance
city water, no qualifying.$500 Immediate occupancy. $20 wk. incentive bonuses. Call: 751- come Fellowship Tea, Sunday Good personality
? down. See: 1143 NW 37th St. We pay water.Call Mr.Gross, 3172 (July 25)) July 20. Ability and desire to learn

Call 226-8566, after 3 p.m. daily, 444-6126, eves. 448- Our guest speaker will be
2824. DOMESTIC HELP Mr. Lester Albert of "The The above position will be dealing directly with peoplein

Beauty Salon. Reasonable.Good Day'worker needed.For fur- House of Albert". A man of the housing field. ..
location. 5521 NW 2nd Room for gentleman. Sober. ther information, call 633- goodwill and Integrity. I":
Avenue. PL 1-7997. 69604'13.NOW 8585 before 5 p.m. There will also be a very You will be employed by a community, not-for-profit
Interesting in store Foundation. Salary $400 to $500 a month depending on .
,BURGER DRIVE IN RENTINGNew New cosmetics company needs for you. qualifications. For appointment, call 358-1886.
Soft ice cream, absentee own- room man only. Resi- 10 girls with transportation
er, take home $300 week in dence located in clean, quiet sell cosmetics.,Your interest
summer. $7500 cash. Hallan- zone. Kitchen facilities. Call guarantees a high salary.Call
dale. 691-1177 between 6 p.m.and 8 between 4 and 6p.m.696-8066.

Fla. Bus. Brokers, 759-6827. ,p.m. or 7 a.m. and 9 a.m.
i Middle age
or retired male or
KEY WEST Room for middleage ,workingman. female for dry cleaning drop
Night club,bar,package store. Conveniently located. off counter service. Alsoperson IS SHOPPING
Real moneymaker. Price 50% Cooking privileges. $11 per for cleaning store.CallAl .
of one year's net. week. Pay 2 weeks advance.To Gibbs, 661-7428.
Fla. Bus. Broker, 759-6827. see: call NE 5-4805. .

DUPLEX VERY LARGE Spacious house. 1852 NW 51st SALESMANDo you want to make more ? ",!"'.\' ,

'1 bedroom each side carportfor Terr. $40 weekly. Security money? No experience neces- A BORE 1 ; ", -,;
each side. East of Ex- deposit necessary. No small sary. We train. Over 21 car, Ir1l11;:, ,
pressway near 79th St. FHA children. Can be seen Friday married. Selling motor club
terms. Price $22,500. $1500 p.m. or Saturday morning membership. Phone: CA 1-
sown $155 month.Tub In Real- 7024.

:ors, 10035 NW 7th Avenue., ARE YOU TIRED OF STANDING
Phone: 758-4429. -- --------- -- -

Wfice space or club room--

upstairs, approx. 120x35'. WANTEDFEMALE
79th Corner St. 693-2565.of NW 7th Ave. and IN LINE AT THE SUPERMARKET?

Beautiful, clean frame, one .
11 bedroom home. Average size

one bedroom, big, appliances,

tioning, Jalousie porch,se- PHARMACIST
west of expressway, FHA.

big Jalousie porch, awnings
needs .painting. Quiet street. o
'East of expressway No quali

; fying. 947-5129, 373-5446. To Start

I', CBS Duplex or large family

\ 5 bedroom, furnished. Leaving ., .,!', ,.. For Further I Information ..
f'; town. $20.QOO. Your own, I 6 No Nights-No Sundays
: financing F or Information, I
call 757-0289, near bus. 7028 I E

1, NW- 2nd Court. S Call Miss Anderson
<, '
"Good used furniture. We sell 'Call
for less. Open dally and Sun- F
day. Furniture sale starts at 377-8705
10 a.m. Thursday. The K & K Ii
Store, 8609 NW 22nd Avenue
'(J1 25).. '

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intentions of our elections
of billions of dollars
county Mayor Chuck Hall and BRAND
for the space race, while
the Commissioners. children in America and NEW ZIGMG j
"Promises, Promises," Biafra are falling dead of 1969
should be the appropriate song starvation everyday. SALE
the Mayor and Commissioners
Although Abernathy is doinga
to the residents of
will sing
worthwhile thing, he should $2250Easy ar
Liberty City. Join forces with the Quaker
I haven't heard a good committee and any others con- 715 N.W. 52nd Street
trm s
reason yet as to why the JamesE. cerned to end'the more expensive -
Scott Housing Developmenthas *Sews Buttons
war in Vietnam. As $600 Down
kept its ,doors closed. Makes ,
you may remember the Qua- Buttonholes ,, \ ? ,
There .should be a law in ker and Adam Blind Stitches
group Clayton
which citizen betweenthe $135 MonthFHA """"' u
every Powell sat on the steps of MonogramsFor
ages of 17 through 26 Capital Hill to read the namesof free home demonstration
is obligated to serve his country -
White and Black American
, for at least three months soldiers kill by hostile forcesin I I TERMS Call 625-4116 WE TAKE TRADE INS
regardless sex.
Vietnam.At .
We don't have to look hard last estimates the Viet- ((1)) 2125 NW 58th St. CBS duplex. 3 bed- ------------ ------------.

anymore Ralph.to Nader's see the fight effectof for nam war costs the American room and 2 bedroom. Only $250 down. $99 REPAIR SPECIAL
taxpayer, who is hungry for month.
safer automobiles.If peace, at least 80 million A Adjust

Mahammad when he All was had drafted joinedthe dollars a day, Just think ((2)) 5791 SW 62nd Terr. Large 2 bedroom, 98 ir625.
Army ,
bOW, much flour, wheat, corn, ; c
he would have been out by now rice, milk and meat you could CBS, custom built, Fla room, carport. $700

fighting Joe Frazier and buy with that amount of money. down. $146 pays all. ABBEY DOMESTIC
., Jimmy Ellis for the controversial I was sure Mrs.Range would 16174 NW 27th Avenue
championship of the turn down the offer by ((3)) 2156, NW 47th Terr. 3 bedroom CBS. 4

f'I World Boxing Association. Governor Kirk to become the years old. $350 down. $113 pays all. -" '' -,
Dr. Ralph Abernathyandhis Public Relations Director if

the Poor Southern People's Christian Campaign Lead-of she had to leave Miami.At ((4)) 1748 NW 42nd St. 3 bedroom CBS. Only King Realty, ,Inc. of MiamiKing

, ership Conference wnIde1 driver education courses $250 down.$86 pays all. Buyers pays clos- King 51.. Buy."REAL ** 8000 NW 7th
they instruct students how to
P monstrate t ing costs. DADE COUNTY Ave.
1 a Cape Kennedy properly operate a motor ISOUR
when n blasts off for
vehicle. That's great but there FORD REALTY, INC. BROKER
is one thing all driving stu- CALL
NEW MACEDONIARev. dents should be instructed on 561 NW 79th Street, Rm. 226 751-3659

Roscoe Jackson, pastor and know how to do. That is, 6932311tyfre
Willie J.Beard,reporterThe how to change a tire. Fm Z
Annual Battle of Songs sure that all of us have seen
between Choir No.. 2 of New both men and women strandedon
Macedonia and Choir No.2 of roadways and expressways *
reyefyo; :
Greater New Bethel M. B. because of flat tires.
Church of Opa-locka that was Speaking of ex pre s sways, \
scheduled for last Sunday at when the final link connecting
Macedonia has been changedto 1-95 to the McArthur Cause- 21 NW 68 TERRACE

the second Sunday Aug. way swings into full gear, the OPEN 7' DAYS Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath, in beautiful area, central -
10 at 3 p.m.at New Macedonia.The traffic situation will be one j
heat. All mica kitchen. All utilities. $22,000.
president, officers and big mess at Biscayne Blvd.
members of Ushers' BoardNo. at 12th Street. A bridge will I WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATIONReal 2115 NW 163 STREET
1 will begin observing their be placed there and cars will j pretty, 2 bedroom home. East of Expressway. 4 bedroom, 2 bath, corner. Fenced garage. Re-
7th anniversary on tonight be detoured. i Near NW 54th St. Enclosed front porch, jalousie frlgldaire-stove, FHA terms. VA only $400 down.
(Friday) and close out onSun- windows, pump and well for yard, stove, refrigerator. -
day afternoon at 3-.6o p.m. A Spotless inside and out. FHA price $12,000. 5526 NW 4 AVENUE
cordial invitation is extendedto CBS BUILDING AND t $400 down, $101.67 month. Frame house plus lot. Only $8,000. Great Invest-
each and everyone to attend RESTAURANTFOR ment.

The wo men's department c, .{}' .HOME AND INCOME -" FH .'>T .RMi:';v ;
will be dinners at the i," L'.droom'holui 9010 N'Y 21 AVENUE
selling : 2 bedroom, CBS Home in front end 1 '<
church every Saturday that the :f nfreor, NW 54tb,,St., Enclosed fronVrpoVch f";, tll.,A, 2 Lovely bedroom furn. frame with Fla room. Fenced.
kitchen Is available from ; Completely $9,000 FHA terms.
now SALECBS : "roof, |jalousie window,.:FHA price $19,000, ;$900 I
until Women's Day Sis.Jero-
'. Closed Saturday
: down.' $13...21 month. '{ :. .i"
line Jones, general chairman; building plus restau- '
AS $100
Sis. Dorothy Tillman, co- rant business. Both for
chairman. 22500. $5.OOOcash dwn. HOME AND INCOME FHA TERMS specialize in homes for persons being displaced -
Payment $20 month. Same 2 bedroom home in front and 1 bedroom house in in Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing

ANNOUNCEMENTAll owner 20 years. Very pro- rear at 349 NW 53rd St. Enclosed front porch Projects. Veterans call to see If you qualify.

churches, clubs, fitable. Fla room, awnings, wall to wall carpeting, stove, You're only a phone call away. ,

etc. interested in hav- Atlantic & Pacific refrigerator. FHA price $14,500, $450 down and

ing souvenir programs Realtors: $119.03 month.

printed have the REALTYLOW
must AETNA
666-0411 : : : PROPERTIES()
typewritten or printed FOIl, )INVESTMENT INCOME
copy in the Miami i : We:own several good Income! P'Opt"I.W.=will/| DOWN E-Z MONTHLY

Times office 2 weeksin FEMALE & MALE =; s.U}! with! ow', down,. poymentsadd t : 'reaionabjVy' 1128 NW 29th St. . FrsoUJrms

advance to the date :./,mVntMy! : payM BTivDuplexed'5' units:: & 6u, jjltit: ; 3453 NW 11th Ct. . $450.00 Down

of the activity. Full or Part-time, It'f.All}, 'medern,, CBS..; .,undI1l9..1" '". 8 Look\.Jlltt'. \:,... .. ,"tbes1b. .!..
WAITRESSESWAITERS 347 NW 43rd St .,. .$10,500 Total Price


CARS FOR SALE SALAD SANDWICH & : Established luncheonette in busy shopping center. 3041 NW 51st ,St. . . .,._.FHA $11,500

THIS SPECIALS WEEK'S GRILLMEN :. Opa-locka. Lock, stock and barrel $2,500 cash, 541M3 NW 6th Ave..No Qualifying

SALAD PANTRY I .. .,.., ......,, 2452 NW 87th St. . '. 5%% Mortgage
1967 Cadillac Seville, GIRLS OR WOMEN o da rt'' ,'''''i 1''O"J.""j :< ". ,//1. ,, < ,.;.'.' ...r f'7I<< lii\:
fully equipped ..-: ;;-'--w WE HAVE MANY:fORE rH Ift!$!.,. 5415-17 NW 6th Ave..2 bedrooms each
Must be experienced. Neat : ij[TOU.CAM..f8UYi'NY-OFOUR'FH.AHOMESFOR.17' } : ;
1967 Cadi I Mac Coup de appearance. Year round :*;: $100 DOWN'YOOHE'A: :VET.'Ot: BEING{S"mayr 3010 NW 159th St. . A bedroom, 2 bath ,

Ville, fully equipped.Call work. Liberal fringe bene avail- : ,, ;;., ,DISPLACED: ; ,: ;J yp. ;. .tltf/tL1FY?! 2801 NW 164th St. . No Qualifying Mr. Duffy at: fits. Parking space .
able. <> : 17431 NW 37th Ct. . 4 bedroom, 2 bath
159-4431 :i< :
Junior'sRestaurant . 'ft 3825 NW 185th St. . 3 beOY$, 2 bath

REALSTYI :1 2911 NW 187th St. . \
LOTS FOR SALE .' ,' ", ; <: .' : ;.:: 3910 NW 187th St. . FHA Terms
FOR \ BROKER, ':''' ';'<:
OPA-LOCKA AND Apply 30th &Collins Ave., ,. { J. 19512 NW 37th Ct . 4/% MortgageWE

LIBERTY CITY Miami Beach, for between Inter- : CAROL: air :swomwG: :'CENTEk HAVE OTHERS SEE THEM ALL!
Percy L.Johnson, view with Mr. Pete "
Broker 9:30'and 12 noon and );30- .:,.ARCA'DE.' .,, (K243666!J. AETNA REALTY (Broker) '

PHONE 3 These p.m. positions are open :::'l i 4932NW7ti, ; Avenue -' L.:9.: 43 !f: ; 811 NW 54th Street
<< J: i1' Phone 757-5724
Coral II :
Beach, "
581-9494 Miami : '
on saOpeni4 Evenings : S
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Ft. Lauderdale Gables, and the N. E. t.:t' tt.",(..."J'f.,+*4;.tljl.( .. W', .' ". ,,,/...........*.;!tJ,.*<,Ij.';itiI'.w-' .. ." ,!.. Open Sat. til 1:00: p.m.
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.. 32 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 18, 1969


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