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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 25, 1969
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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HISTORY fainesville, PI-U, 32601



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Carroll should be freed from
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charges of conspiracy to solicit -

a bribe and soliciting a

bribe CrlmtnalCourtJudge TEMPORA MUTANTUR: ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLS
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,,(Carling Thursday). Stedman today .Vol;46, No. 4Q PRICE: 15*

A motion to dismiss the er MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY JULY 25, 1969

charges was filed Tuesday by '
C a r r o 11' s attorney, Joseph A

hearing Manners today.asked for a 2 p.m. Black Firm Gets


Identical charges'.against
Carroll's former codefendant

Attorney Sy Chadroff, JOBS ContractA.

were dismissed last Thursdayby

Stedman on grounds that '
EARL CARROLLIn 'Tom Washington Enter
Chadroff had properly
, uot been
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: prises Ipc. 'ot'a
operators
;
advised by the prosecution his notion, Manners said
laundry, cleaning and pressing
before being questioned by Carroll was not properly advised
establishment at 1342 NW 62nd
a special counsel to the Dade of his rights and was '
St., has been awarded a $59-
Grand Jury Jan. 24 and also not aware that he,was a suspect
858 gbvernment
by the Grand Jury on Feb. 4. in the proceedings. manpower
training: contract under'the'JOBS

program,. Secretary J
of Labor George P. ; w 1 1a
Schultz
I $300 Collected For 'Shack'Liberty announced today.


City residents do- tinue Thursday (today); Fri- ,The Washington cleaningand

nated more than $300 Sundayas day and Saturday for the next pressing firm will train
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the campaign to purchaseand four weeks. 18 disadvantaged Jobless persons '

/ t Top ,-' Making'read/:for their big, day Sunday at remodel the old Liberty as spotters, machine

,Bay front Park Auditorium are these three young Theatre' (the Shack)was kicked. Mrs. Frances Henderson, pressers, seamstresses, attendants
. lovelies Linda ,off., EOPI area director for the and driver salesmen.
: Griffin, Cheryl Kelley and
Mary Members of the Liberty City Liberty City area, said the 1/
Young. Community Theatre Group first donation was a$40 anonymous TOM WASHINGTON
On-the-Job
training periods
I Bottom Meet these beautiful I "Miss Bronzeville" Inc., led by City Commissioner gift "and we hope there will last from 22 to 51 weeks

I contestants and some of,the others at many M. Athalie Range, who t is will be many more before the and the length of the contractis 'The JOBS program l Is a Joint

of the leading business places this 'weekend. Buy serving as campaign :coordinator campaign is over." Mr. two years. Projected wages effort of the U. S. Departmentof

your tickets from one of the girls. Shown above are knocked on door after .Samuel Payne, campaign after the training period
'I Shirley Moore, Martha Thomas and Lois Smith. door in their effort to raise chairman, said the$3,000 goal ranges from $1.70to$2.40per Labor and the:National Alliance
$3,000 in the next 30 days. was established because "it hour. of'Businessmen(NAB)
Photos
by Richard Johnson.ra Mrs. Range reported the would mean 10 per cent of our to find Jobs for 238,000 disadvantaged

: .. good collection despite Inclement total goal for purchase of the Washington bought out the Jobless persons In
Miss Bronzville" To Be weather and excttment inthe building and would representa old Bon Marche Cleaners last
125 of the Nation's
community over the Apollo sincere and earnest commit fall after It had been burned largest

space flight..She said the door- tment to the project by the and ransacked during the August metropolitan. areas by June

Chosen SundayThe to-door campaign will con- neighborhood residents," riot. mo/!*" -d "Jh

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beautiful Bayfront auditorium ,Calif,, to 'compete nationally

will be the setting: September" 5, and a chance .No fouI: Play In Dr. King's, Brother's;Drowning I

for the first "Miss Bronze- to win $2,000 there plus many,

ville" Beauty Pageant USA other exciting gifts;

,this Sunday, July 27, at 7p.m. Tickets be purchased Tradegy struck again this ,cause of death until all our lab D. Jr., one of the three old King. ,They were notified by

,The National pageant sponsored this weekend may from many of the ':'week at the family of the late reports. are in." est children at home. telepi\,oe.Young .
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Professional Martin Luther when Mrs. King and, the two said either
by Sports, leading merchants in the com- Dr. King "H just, looks like one of King came I
Inc. and Citizens Voice of munity from a contestant who i his', younger_brother, Rev. A. those I freak things," said the younger children were in Jamaica Lome late Sunday night or decided (

Philadelphia is in it's 7th year will be at many of the businesses D. King, '&8, ',was found dead ,Rev. Andrew J.:Young, exec West Indies, with the to go swimming at a late

This is the first time the for several hours Saturday Monday in the 'swimming poolof utive vice president of Southern ..,brother's widow,Coretta Scott hour. .

glitter of the national pagentryhas to greet and meet you. |I his home. Police said be *,,Christian Leadership .
to Florida. I drowned accidentally.
come
Locallyit
Willie Mays-"The Greatest"Willie '
Conference(SCLC), the organization
is coordinated by Louise This is the first time the Police Sgt. B. L. Neikirkof
founded by the dead Mays was the only named the greatest right field
Riley Finishing and Modeling Magic City has been able to the medical examiner's office
choose a girl to win in this minister's brother. black player named to the all er after ex-New York Yankee
Academy with the aid and sup said an autopsy revealed
time team of Joe DlMaggio captured the
greatest living
port of the Miami Times. national black pageant }no evidence of Injury or foul King's body, clad in under- .
players at a dinner in Wash.. ,center field spot.
Eighteen local beauties will Mrs. Mayme Bondu and Mr. 1 play. shorts, was found lying at the ington Monday night Mays bore no ill will over
be vying for the coveted title China Valles, popular radio Neikirk said the "we can bottom of his backyard pool
The brilliant San Francisco the !3itcht saying, "centerfield
of "Miss Bronzeville" from personality from WGBS will :not! say what was the exact about 10 a.m. by 16 year old ,
Giants center fielder was is reserved. :for my.1doJ.
the sunshine state, which will act as Mistress and Masterof .y
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net her a $700 .scholarship ,Ceremonies for ,the rala..I"
plus a trip to Los Angeles. affair.


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The Model City Governing for Friday, July 25 at DrewJunior :

Board, has planned a major High School auditorium
conference on prefabricated between' 1. p.m. and 4 p.m. y r 4, t titT '' rt

housing techniques to deter- The housing firms in the industrialized

mine its usefulness in solving or prefabricated

the problem of the housiIng housing market will have time 500 Masons, And Eastern Stars In
Convention On Beach
shortage in the Model City to present models,brochures, Miami

area, Gordon Johnson, Director and information about their More than 500 International Free & Accepted Noble Woodrow Wilson, Fort Lauderdale; :Noble
Model homes to members of the Governing r
of the City
program,
announced.The Board, all of the Model Modem Masons and Order of Eastern Stars Incorporated Lady Mary L. Arline, Miami; Grand, Matron of Florida

community meeting will City Task Forces, and Model are,having their 19th ,Annual Supreme Convention -* ; Honorable,Chuck Hall of Dade,.County, Lady

be held to acquaint ModelCity City residents.The at the Marco Polo Hotel, Miami Beach Pernella Tubbs ,Indiana; Noble George Matthews,

residents with the possibility conference was proposed The convention began with the Swine Depart, New York; Mr. Ceasar Martino, Assistant Managerof

of "instant housing" for Dade by the Model City Housing ment meeting, July 1920. The Supreme session. runs the hotel, ,Sister Luella Thompson, Miami; and

County as a way building new Task Force Chairman, Mrs. from July 2126. Mr. John Davis of the Davis Printery. The programwas
and spacious homes for the Mary Fluker, .and Mr. Sonny
...poor. All of the major producers -, Wright, president of the Florida Some of Miami's top talent appeared on the quite a successfuLane.
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of prefabricated housingIn Housing Producers'' Association welcoming program Monday night, which!included,

: the South have been invited. and owner of Universal Mr. Roscoe Speed, musician; Mr. Baldwjn Hepburn, Community leaders 'wrto,..will appear at ,the con

Mr. Marvin Davies, Florida Real Estate Company. It soloist;,Miami's famous White Rose.Gospel Singers vention, Friday, July 25tlu t:8 p.m. include Rev.

Field Director of NAACP and, is part of the first phase of the and Mr. Joe Thomas Sister Adgnoe Bradshaw gave Lester C. Albert, a leoding-funerdil! 1 director, and
a statewide leader In the hous- Model City Program to lead to ? Real Es-
.the welcome address. Mr. Sonny Wright, presldenro: Universal_
construction of low-'
the new
ing field, will be the keynote Inc. will introduce:the, principal speaker, Mr.
speaker.The cost housing for Model City Pictured f left to right are: Noble Lady Katy tate

conference is planned residents. Crenshaw, Miami; Lady Nina Fields, Chicago ; Garth C. Reeves, editor:',of"the. Miami t_ Times.. '

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday 25 1969
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Unwed Mothers Stay { ( f 1 M 16H



In SchoolThe
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Dade School Board has the policy is school board mat between September 1968
ordered Its administrativestaff member Ben J. Sheppard,! and May 1969, Dade County ;
to prepare a new policy physician and former juve- Health Department records _
that would liberalize regula- nile Judge who claims it is un- listed 419 pregnant students'

tions on unwed mothers. fair because it often forces under 18 years of age. / __
Present policy states that a the mother out of school,while The figures,the report said, _
"boy or girl who Is married, the father goes unpunished.He are exclusive of those seen
pregnant, or a parent" is to be said the policy penalizesthe by family physicians, and include -
excluded from the regular girl and defeats rehabili nine pupils in elemen- -
school, except with special approval tation.A tary schools, 190 in Junior high -
of the district super- report from Dr. Leonard and 220 in senior high. I
intendent. Britton, assoc'latesuperlnten- The report also showed that NEW APPOINTMENTS MADE AT FAMU

Leading the effort to change dent for instruction revealed in every district, except the
Southwest the district
super- TALLAHASSEEThe was an urban fellow last sum- versity.Dr. .
intendent allowed some stu-
a =e dents to return under the board Board of Regents has approved mer with the Morgan Guaranty Robert W. Long,former
policy. the following appointmentsand and Trust Company of New professor in the school of
promotions for Florida York in the area of monetaryand technology has been appointed
A&M University.Dr. fiscal policies. Dr. Ira C. to the position of director of
Mahlon C. Rhaney, former Robinson, new dean of the the division of industrial technology -
African American dean of academic affairsis school of pharmacy is also a a new division with a

4 t f now vice-president aca- FAMU alumnus and a former program offering a bachelorof
V7 -'i' i ir Orgs WantedAfram demic affairs. Dr. Rhaneyhas president oftheFAMUSGAand technology degree in elec-

served FAMU in several the first Negro to receivea tronics, data processing, and
Associates, Inc. is faculty and administrative capacities doctorate degree from the computer mechanics, The
engaged in a nation-wide sur- including instructorin school of pharmacy at the first such program of its kind
vey to Identify the national physics, professor and head University of Florida. Robin- in the state of Florida and will
African American organiza- of the department of biology, son was formerly'project director make FAMU one of the few
tions, and African American dean of Instruction, and dean of pharmaceutical re-, schools in the southeast offer
Caucuses within national multiracial of the college of arts and sci- search for Charles Pfizer and ing this degree.
ii F bodies and consulta- ences. He graduated first in Company Inc.
tion firms which are controlled .
his class from Dillard Uni
and directed by African Frank C. Olds, former*.director -
Americans. versity and received the M.S. of finance and accounting INTERNATIONAL
and Ph D. degrees from the
has been promoted to University -
Afram Associates Inc. a
HEALTH STUDIO
recently formed non-profit University of Michigan.Dr. Comptroller. A grad-
consultation firm is itself Henry E. Finley, former uate of Morris Brown Collegein Complete Exercise
head of the department of Equipment
managed by African Americans Atlanta with a B.S. degreein
economics has been promotedto accounting, Olds worked his Supervised byt
vice president for administrative Zeak Peltier
4 MS dk The purpose for collectingthis way up as theuniversity'schief
and fiscal affairs. An "Mr. Miami"
fiscal officer from tabulating
Information is to compilea \
alumnus and one time presi- WEIDER
machine to
directory and to increase in- operator
F dent of the FAMU student government supervisor of data Natural Organic Food
teraction among such bodies, processing, SupplementsSold
at the national, regional and association, Dr.Fin- internal auditor and assistant InsideTelephonei
local levels. ley earned the M.S.and M.B.A. business manager. He has 759-9423
Interested organiza- and Ph.D. degrees from Indiana completed a 11 requirements' 746,NW 62nd Street

tions should send their mailI' University Dr. Finley for the M.B. A,at Atlanta Uni

ing addresses to Afram As-

fAMU Gets $271,000Compute sociates- at the above address. I ----

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TALLAHASSEE, A com- test our students' knowledge' On IrL
puter valued at an estimated and ingenuity." SummerSchedule

$271,000, is the latest addition -, The computer, Dr. Jackson l
to Florida: A&M Univer- says, will be used for /tt yi"

sity's Department of Technical trouble-shooting" students, Ruth Foreman's Chldren's ,ti yi"Om
Education. in much the same way as old
The,device was recently automobiles'are used in com- Theatre opens Saturday, July
26 at 2 p.m. with the i
Gypsy IIF2'I
nated to FAMU and to25 other petition to set which ones can dA
Fortune-Teller, featuring Fe-
colleges and universities correctly diagnose and cor- lice Blatt, young Miamian who ", '
throughout the rect mechanical failure.
nation bv the '
appeared with Claire
Luce
Technical Educational The go a 1? Training of students in I
Consortium. to take advantage of an Time of the Cuckoo.ThR rnis.v i; I '
Only one other Southeastern ever-expanding vocational op Fortune-Teller Is a colorful" j
institution-Alabama A&M in portunity. As Dr.Jackson puts musical which will appeal to
Hunts ville-was selected by the It; "with all the computers in young people of all ages. W

organization, which devotes operation today, some one is Theater calendar: "TheDrunkard" ...
itself to assisting colleges and going to have to repair them" musical comedy
version of the old melodramawith
universities desiring update The awarding of the machine audience
participation
technical education .
facilities. 1O ,
,
'also established at
a record I continues weekend o
perform-
easily"And ,we" exclaimed did not acquire,Dr.It FAMU. The $271,000 value :ancs July 25 26. -....'..-'-y.-, ,, ,-.. ..'..... ':
placed on the computer represents ............. .,
Thomas A. Jackson,. head of ............. ,
the ever -- :"
highest figure _
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FAMU's ment. Technical Depart- granted the university GO TO CHURCH, ...v ': ._ .
either funds or machinery SUNDAY f
"Each school bad to submita "
detailed proposal, contain. .........................
ing such Information as what i For Your Added Convenience
faculties it already had, the BRAND .

number of technical education. NEW Z "Z'A 11. '

use students the new, and equipment."I how it planned. to 1969 II DRIVE-IN BANKINGOur ,

understand over 100 ap
Y
plied. We feel ,very fortunate
250'Easy
to be one of the 25 selected." $2' Drive-in Banking service is the easiest and most
Dr. Jackson first learned of
the.unusual grant program *Sew. Buttons .erw I I convenient way for you to handle withdrawals and

from the IBM college representative I Makes Buttonholes deposits. The service is friendly'_ and:: fast'-- just

some. time who ago was recruiting.on campus *"Monograms Blind Stitches the way you want it. Drive in and see yourself.

"He told, us ourchoaD'c8shinged
on describing in our For fret home

proposal how we could ,make d.monstrationCall
the best possible use of the 625-4116 WE TAKE TRADE INS
computer if we obtained it,"
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Dr. Jackson says.
Actually, the machine will REPAIR SPECIAL
be little more than a shell by _
the time FAMU students tackle -. Clean, Oil, Adjust/
it. "Most of the memory
cells-there are over 3,000 of 98t Call 6254116ABBEY

them now-wlll be removed," 6013 NVY 7lh Avenue
Dr, Jackson, explains. "But DOMESTIC w
there will be more than enoughof 16174 NW 27th Avenue (Fatnierk 1 ,n A
the complex mechanism to

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 25, 1969. 3 .
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Grads To Get Masters ;of'3 r'' v S, A 9wJ



Degree Without ThesisLee


Black local mortgage experience of the 40% black
banker, was in attendance at alumni who are without mas- \
the recent two-day conferenceat ter's degrees, as appropriateto : _
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the Hidden Valley Inn near earn the degrees. ;, .A 4a '
Pittsburgh, pa., sponsored by Asked what this would mean __
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the Urban Affairs Department in actuality, Lee Blacktold the W s ;
of the University of Pitts- Times, "it means that persons
burgh's Graduate School of such as I can satisfy the
Public and International Affairs school's final requirement by
(GSPIA) and the school's simply discussing at a tape- ft
black graduate students. recorded session with a
The conference theme centered faculty committee, or in a
on "Changing the Structure brief written memorandum,
of Urban Affairs And En- some significant work or pro- QfB>MMMMMMMMMHM" mNMMMMWMMIiMIJBIM .... -*- --
urging Black Perspective posal writing experience instead Officers of the
Imperial Grand Council AANOMS are: Noble Turner S.
Courses to aid black students of spending hourson
many Hartfield, Imperial Potentate; Noble William B. Banks Most ,
. and the black community" some laborious and time- Sovereign In-
I Black told the Miami Times, consuming research paper spector General; Noble Andrew Clark, Most Puissant Grant Commander. Po- I
"Many black alumni who have LEE BLACK "This is a first in the country tentateof Florida is Chairman Noble Robert Hill. Members of the Council are
completed the school's course (1) The Immediate establishment ," Black stated, "and has shown in the rear. ...
I requirements have not received of a commissionmake received full support of the
:; the Master's Degree mainly up of black alumni and GSPIA assistant dean, and the
, because the thesis is not com- students to study the need for Urban Affairs Faculty and ad
pleted in residence or after a substituting additional ministration." ;
I field Job placement." courses for the thesis or rele- Later this summer,I Mr. IrA4kti
A black caucus of the vant research or practical ex- Black will have the master of
school's alumni, since it perience in problems affecting Public Administration Degree
started in 1959 and presently the black community. (MPA) conferred upon him by v
enrolled students met inclosed (2) The Planning and settingup presenting to his faculty committee
session and developed a position of an institute or center for and advisor a ten-page k lF te
paper. black urban planning and com memorandum proposing FHA a. r d
The position taken contained munity studies within GSPIA.. approved black mortgage cor-
the following proposals or (3) The immediate review of respondents for financinginner
recommendations. meaningful employment city housing.
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finally" Occupied .


Throughout, this week approximately .apartment. 'Ozzie and Esther lies displacedbypublicaction. .
40 families will Brine with their five children The balance of the 48 new '"
move into the new addition to .followed, moving into a three- apartment units are earmarked Newly elected officers of the Noble Ladies Shrine are seated left to
James E. Scott Homes at NW bedroom unit.Approximately. for urban renewal dis- right: Dorothy Riley Michigan, Corresponding ,Secretary; Louise Williams,
19th Ave. and 73rd St. 48 families placees. These families are New Jersey, Recorder; Harriet Cole, Michigan, Deputy Commander; Ruth
Doors to the long delayed will move from the old to the chosen through the application Drivers, New York, Imperial Commander Lillian Gill, Michigan, Educational
project were finally opened on new James E, Scott units.
with
process highest priority Director Pernella Tubbs Indiana
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TreasurerAlice
Monday when James and Tiny Their vacated apartments will to those families displaced by Parks, Ohio, High PrlesttSS -
'Sampson and their nine children then be painted, repaired, put public action, by code violations u' _
moved into a five-bedroom _into goOd condition for faml- etc.Dade .

County's "Little FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT
HUD" accepted the apartments -
NIA.Head Says "Need For late last week, almost MODERATE RATES-CALL
seven months after the scheduled -
completion date last De- '
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cember. The building contractor BONDED *
Black. I Insurance Firms"Even blamed weather, a con- Ii t
struction strike and vanda- ,

today, when a black identification. America has always lism for the delay. RENTAL
.citizen can do business with a had Jewish, Catholic,
white insurance company with Irish and other ethnic clubs Fred Seymour
no problems, there is a need and businesses, so it's under- AGENCYi
for all black Insurance standable that we would want
firms," says Wardell C, business" Pioneer
Croft, president of the National The 600 delegates attendingthe
Insurance Association. NIA convention will be discussing Resident DiesFred ( INC
,Croft, head of the 46-mem the principal theme of ..
ber organization meeting at the convention, "The Sale is
the Hilton Plaza Hotel this the Payoff" and speakers will 00 ,r; THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND!
week, said,"BlactAmerlcansare emphasize the role of the agent MANAGEMENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATING
going through a period of and the agency department. IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES


w A Meet of cars and collectors give door to door service for
air i tenants convenienceA

community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent
free,"furnished and air conditioned for your comfort and enjoyment.A .

public relations department to assist you with your problems.

Tenants concern will stopvandolismondredvcethecostofhouslng.

RENTS ARE DUE IN ADVANCEWE
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SUGGEST THAT YOU PAY AT OFFICE, IN PERSON OR BY MAIL

Seymour of 6955 NW MAIN OFFICE
15th Avenue died July 22nd at '
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. :
Funeral arrangements have 4150 NW 7th Avenue :- 759-8733 .,

been set for 'Thursday,,July
31, 3 p.m. at Mt, Olive Bap- 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locka ; MU 8-06)7 .
tist Church, Rahmings Fun 20848 South Dixie.Hwy? Cutler .Ridge CE 5-3553 ,

eral Home is in charge. 6 05 NW 7th Terrace, Ff.Lauderdolf-. JA 4-3357. _. ,
Survivors include: Richard, "
\ Melvin and Zachary Seymour, 3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HI 5-1381 .:. I",,
sons; and Alma Guilcourt, 512 NW 1st Ave.; Hollondole WA 7-2434 J' '

daughter. 339 Hammondville Rd., Pompano WI| 32434'HON. ; ) ,

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GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager

CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public RelationsDirector. !
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+1 SURD C REMEMBER YOU hT BEEN YEARS # ilEfiltE ", ,Ml am to enjoy a better.life, othert !"ust live| bettfl too.-L. L.,BrooksBlack
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"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" 1,1 t:
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead .Z
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accordsto II
every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human, ,I \
and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man..the Negro I
Press strives to help every man In the firm blIefthat all men'
are hurt as long as anyone Is held back.

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First Things First '?, N',:<' : '. .


At this minute all of America Is being carried away by the I
historic flight to the moon by our b r a v e and talented astronauts -
It was possibly the greatest scientific accomplishmentby
man and Americans should be Justly proud.

But before we get, carried away too far from reality, it Is
time that this country rethink its values and let first things Values. First First
America Must Rethink/ Her Things ;
come first: Problems of poverty, :war and discrimination are ,
far more Important to the survival of this great nation thata I
few rocks gathered from the moon's surface.
The Industrial and technological giants of this country will
how go to great means to sell the American public on the
great meaning of this $34 billion scientific accomplishment. To Be Equalby Black ProfilesOf

Hut thinking Americans are asking, "How does this help to d
free the world from war and strife?" How does this help to
Whitney M. Young Jr.
feed the hungry people of"the 'world, or closer to home, the
hungry people' ojf America?" "How does this improve human Executive Director National Urban. League CourageBy

relations or help to erase discrimination?"
These questions are: relevant and important to the people Lou LuTour

here on earth. We'll lay odds that If the $34 billion were spenton Clarence Mitchell : I''
studies and research in ,these areas the country would be I
far, better oUt The 101st SenatorSome Fredrick R. Noel, called 'The Painter of Children" by fel-
." low artists because of his many paintings of children In vari-

time In the future, when historians look back at the ous moods, took that giant and courageous step from a 'salI I

A Housing Breakthrough civil rights movement, they'll pay a lot of attention to a man aried' position in. 1966 to become a full-time painter on his
most Americans never heard of: Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr. own.without salary,he knew) t a
Kaiser-Engineers, one of the leading contractors experimenting -. They'll write about demonstrations, the March of Washing one thing--that he was going Y
with mass production of low cost housing for the poor, ton, and a lot of dramatic events that captured headlines. But to be a painter because this had
will bring Its new techniques to Miami in an effort to ease the they'll also write about the major legislation that was passed, been his desire since youth in
critical housing shortage here. law.jthat gave Negroes the legal rights denied them for so Woodbury, New Jersey;but parental ..1" : \
Miami Mayor Steve Clark made the announcement on Tues- long, pressures and the depression .... '
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day that 50,units of public housing are to be built on seven And the story of how those laws came to be passed is also had led him into pre .
scattered sites In the racially-mixed northwest section of the the story of Clarence Mitchell's tireless efforts as a one-man paring himself as a teacher "
city., civil rights lobby In Washington. He's been so effective that And a one-year aim to teach <"

While 50 units is Just a drop in the bucket, the firm hopesto he has been called the 101st Senator turned into 20. However,those
build as many as 1,000 units here if the plan is successful. He recently was awarded the coveted Spingarn Medal,for his 20 years found him reading
The,general feeling in the black community is that anythingIs outstanding contributions In the fight against racism. As di- everything he could about the, .
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better than the concrete monsters they are forced to live rector of the Washington Bureau of the NAACP since 1950, techniques of painting. .. >
in now. there hasn't been a bill of importance to black people before
The townhouse units will be built by private developersand the Congress: that didn't find Clarence Mitchell working to Sine 1957, Mr. Noel has
then leased back to the Metro Department of Housing and make it better, to pass it, or to kill it if it was bad. been the sole proprietor of an
Urban Development (Little HUD) for public housing under the You may not recognize his face when you see it on tele- art studio for painting research
In Cities Experimental Housing Research and Development vision, but there Isn'ta Senator or Representative who doesn't consultation services

Project' for which Kaiser Engineers are the prime contractors know Clarence Mitchell. and exhibitions for charitable FREDERICK R. NOEL
Clarence Mitchell is a lobbyist'for America's poor and he organizations. The research
It hoped that the families who move into them- specially has served them well. He helped to get the first civil rights centers around filmformingresins

selected from among public housing tenants because they show bill in over eighty ,years passed in 1957. In 1964, he worked formulated Into easel painting mediums. His consul-
signs of "upward mobility" will later purchase the homes long and, hard to get the great Civil Rights Act on the books. tation services have always been to community groups plan
with federally-subsidized loans as their Incomes grow. Last year he saw perhaps his greatest triumph. After one ning art and educational programs, and surveying marketsfor
Many Innovative features have been incorporated Into this fair-housing law had been defeated, everyone agreed that an- potential art galleries.
i project that should encourage home ownership among many other could not be passed Clarence Mitchell rolled up his ,

people who never thought in terms of owning their own sleeves and went to work. He told wavering Congressmen how Fredrick Noel, the artist, might have often felt that he missed
dwelling. Some new Ideas Incorporated into the program are: Important such a bill was. He met agrument; encouraged the the discipline of an art academy, but a look at his paint-

the leasing program, home ownership "splnoff of public bill's supporters, counted votes, and kept after Congressmenand ings lets you know that he, In some way, acquired a technical
j housing units, the use of development funds to train public administration officials alike. Finally, in April, 1968,the background equal to any art school graduate. This was also
housing tenants for the responsibilities of home ownership fair-housing bill no one thought enacted.
possible was noted when he was at an art colony In Taxco, Mexico at the
and the use of pre-cast concrete forms. Too many people think equality is going to come about by Academic Grande C h a u m l Ie r e in Paris, France, 1961; and
The single family townhouses are expected to cost about shouting and through rhetoric But open expressions of anger during a visit to the Virgin Islands when he did qulifi-a-/lcat-; \
$12,000, but the way construction costs have been mounting have to be backed up with sound legislative savvy. .pfjaintingr-Mexle&gavelrtnnne: opportunity to work along with

In this area nobody can be sure. Laws are made in Congress____ _and the-Eivilrlffhts-moYemenr" professional painters at the Escuala DeArtesplastlcasat the
The Miami project was a stroke of luckjjecausethenewnnmion : -needs-shrewtrmeTTwho can get those laws passed We've been University of 1957
Guadalajara, and 1959. There he began
experimenting
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ayd stra.tion-had-ki1lelhfr-t1 a : In Cities Pro- fortunate in having Just such a man-.Clarence Mitchell. with medias of
lacquer, acrylics and wax under
gram already. The Miami project was too far along to stop or His success is also a lesson to those who are so impatient the tutorlage of Jorge Martinez. In Paris he discovered, that
it would have been a casualty also. with the NAAC as an organization.It may not do or say things his work was becoming more creative and, original and this

some people consider to be dramatic or exciting enough, but he attributed to traditional French,acceptance of the;artist as
it has made, and Is making, a vital contribution to securing a human.
Ho Hum Another Years Delay equality for black people.

I this week when the The Urban League often gets the same kind of criticism. Although Fredrick
Many black citizens were disappointed Noel has traveled
Dade School Board announced that pupil assignments made for So do other organizations. Even CORE is attacked as being painting whereever he went, he has found extensively that his art, activities always-
too moderate by some whose definition is total
this fall will not be changed. "militancy" and experiences in the United States tobe the most gratifying -
Assistant Superintendent'Howard McMillan admitted that irresponsibility.What since he presents exhibits to raise funds
is too:little understood is the need for a division of for, non-profit
many of the present boundary lines do foster segregation as groups He first presented his paintings in 1962 to aid the financially
labor the various
civil
the HEW recent critical report Implied.McMillan did say that that among it does rights groups Each one has its beset New YorkCity Teacher's Union.Since that time
thing best.
Jt>y 1970 all students living around a school will be required to his clients have been those interested in
the
helping handicapped -
It's like the armed forces The does its the
attend that school without regard to race,color or creed. This Navy thing; army scholarship funds, and since 1967-the
Foundation for Research -
and air force have their own specialties.But they all work together
; Board to the substandard and
force the
move will certainly upgrade Education In Sickle Cell
Disease. efforts
The army may call in the air force for support; the Through his
schools. over $10,000 have
ghetto been
knock raised for charitable purposes.Recently .
Despite redrawn boundary lines, many schools In the black navy might outanti-aircrattgunsfromoU-shoreto support
the air force. They are separate but they work as a team
:community will remain largely black because of housing pat- Fredrick Noel had a Spring 1969 Art Showing of
.terds. The HEW report stipulates that any district where 95 because each they know success depends on fighting the enemy, not 32 paintings for the benefit of Sickle Cell Disease. Of the 14

'per cent or more of the pupils were from the same ethnic other paintings sold,7 were subjects of children. In others, one could
4 'group must be changed. Some of our youngfirebrandSoughttogetthat message. Ne- readily see the important part Mexico, France and the Virgin
We are slow to say that the School Board is hedging again. groes have been rapping each other throughout history.That's JnffinW76!in the Painter's Ute.He is one painter who
1 ;But what can we say when they have been guilty of hedging for the way racists have been able to divide and conquer We never an artistic and encouraging wife., Cynthia,
(tthe past 15 years since the' 1954 desegregation decision. needed unity more than today. And one way to express that and an only son, Michael who keeps In touch with him from his
Officials feel that there ,Is not time to make the changes. ,unity is for all black people to give a resounding thank you to. Massachuetts' home. One thing sure, Fredrick Noel, the
a ;Another year of the same'old stuff will only,build up more resistance Clarence Mitchell', the quiet, man to whom the whole nation painter, is proving what courage along with love and faith in a
to total Integration. owes so much. 'burning' desire can do.


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Mboya--In MemoriamWith ,f

Tom Mboya's death, black people throughout the world
have lost yet another spokesman for social justice. The f '
: Kenyans who are now in mourning for Mboya can well understand -' c } f, } NEEDS MORE

I the profound grief experienced by Negro Americans last

year when Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassin itcd. THELAW/
;
1,1
q= There is a bitter irony In the deaths of these two treat

{.{$, leaders. They were both peaceful men who died by violence, 1 '
;' and their assassinations brought about t events that ,violated .
: \ the principles to which they had dedicated their lives. Martin ,. ,
Luther King preached non-violence, yet his death was followedby .y..>
rioting In over a hundred cities. Tom Mboya had struggled ,.:rir' :,:';" y1 r .
to build a unified nation and ....""\ /,;:':" "
I" now in Kenya there is the threat .... ...,../"" "
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J of tribal warfare between the Luos and Kikuyus.The .. 'i<"""

significance of Mboya's ,nationalist struggle Is often "THERE"MUST 8ENO DEVIATION

misunderstood by Americans who are not familiar with Afri- FROM ANY ESTABLISHED POLICY. ,
can problem of tribalism. Within the national boundaries of '
Kenya (and other African states) live different tribes. While HE MUST BEREAUSTIC.m

these tribes are of the same race, they are often as hostile MUST BE LOYALWE, MUST

towards each other as are Negroes and whites in America. WALK TALL AND STICK TO OUR
Mboya'understood the harmful effects of tribalism,for he saw Q
European colonialists exploit tribal conflicts in order to weaken DESEGREGATION TIMETABLEDCHARLES

the Kenyan struggle for national independence.. And after REECE PRESIDENT OF
Independence, he knew that Kenya could not successfully undertake -
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THE INDIANA STATE TEACHERS
the difficult process of development and nation-build-
j ing If all her energies were consumed by efforts to keep tri- ASSOCIATION
bal peace.. i

) Mboya, therefore, was an integrationist for reasons of national No Deviation..The Way To "Rectify" Distrust, Mr. President/
strength and survival. He had also dedicated himself to
building unity between African nations for a similar reason
.that inter-national cooperation and collective strength were

in the interest of all black people on the African continent. I- PHIL OSSOFER I RANDOM THOUGHTSby

Mboya was,capable of perceiving a fundamental distinc- Well, we've landed on the a world that Is "out of this
tion which is missed by all to many people. He understood that moon] What next? Will we fly world", feel that they must get GLORIA MILLER
the unique identity of a people is not violated by their inclusion
to other planets, hoping to find out of his world."Confusing .
within a larger entity.Which is to say,that one can be a member aditional living space for our Isn't It? Not
of a tribe as well as a nation, that one can be both a Luo world half the tur-
rapidly overcrowding ? as confusing as And
and a Kenyan, a Negro and an American,a member of a particular Will it help to move to other bulent world conditions aboutus. Teenagers Drugs
race and a member of the human community. And even to conversation oetween well meaning
planets while we still haven't Now, Pm not a scientist, I listened recently a
r more profoundly, he saw that the creative realization of one's learned to live together on this and the only space I controlis adults. The subject was teenagers and drugs. They were vitally -
particular identity cannot take place in Isolation from the larger one? the space-bar on my typewriter Interested In the matters of drug abuseand seemed to
community.It know all about of teens in schools who either indulged -
percentages
I don't think so. I believe yet I believe we can
In them all the time or just some of the time. All of the
that until we learn to live here solve our problemswitlout!
was Mboya's perception of this harmonious distinction as brothers, no true human leaving this world physically.It adults in this group were parents. All of the adults in this .
r which brought him Into conflict with some American black nationalists benefits will come of our space can be done simply by ele- group were sure that th.elr'own children were not on drugs.'
who saw race as the only valid basis for self- projects. What must we do to vating our minds spirituallyInto They were talking as if their own children were not a part of
realization, and who thought, therefore, that they could easily reap these benefits? I believewe the orbit of brotherhoodinto the total population of teenage students Idon'tpretend to know,
divest themselves of their American identity and become must develop another all about drug abuse. But,Ido know that any one of their teen-

African. Mboya favored and actively encouraged dialogue be- "space" program, enrichingthat the orbit of brotherhood, agers knows more about It than I do. The complaints of the
tween Africans and American Negroes, but he was firmly of space between the ears. encircling the earth with love parents were that the teachers should 'do something' about
the position that each had a struggle towage in his own home To explain, here Is my col- for all mankind. Then this all the 'other children' who were such a bad Influence on pie

land, and that the race of the Negro, like the tribe of the African umn of February 25, 1969, on world will become a heavenly 'good' children. There is much that should bedone in schools
must not be permitted to stand In the way of his nation- this subject: planet. but to assume that the teachers should responsible drug
ality. In this regard, I think it is of the utmost significancethat "Scientists are workinghard "When will this be? When abuse by their students is a burden that is shifting to the wrong
Mboya's final published words were directed towards using the well-trained .man, turning to God with pure shoulders. Knowledge of ones own children is the prime responsibility -
American Negroes and as such, were part of his life-long ef- space between their ears to get heart and open mind, is spi: of parents. Dr. David Lehr man,Chairman of Flo c
fort to communicate with those whom he called his American man Into orbit. Perhaps it is ritually inspired to become rida's Dangerous Drugs and Narcotics Division works daily
"cousins." I quote from last essay: their goal to reach other a divinely guided missile." 'to Inform parents as to the signs that may be helpful deter-
mining if a youngster Is Involved personally In the use of
\ planets, having given up hope So you can see, our big job
Freedom for both Africans and black Americans is not an from of the best
drugs. Teenage drug abusers come some s
for this one. is not to soar through the hea-
act of withdrawal, but a major step in asserting the rights of "The'eggheads' have con- vens, but to bring heaven to families in town; and, from your own circle of friends and '
black people and their place as equals among nations and quered gravity, but cannot earth by becoming the Instruments neighbors. It can and does happen to you. To simply shrug '
peoples of the world. Freedom involves the full realization cope with the gravity world by which Christ's prayer off the thought of your child using drugs only deepens and
of our identities and potential. It Is In this sense that the ob- worsens the problem. This is not to suggest that every childis
conditions, so, in order to find will be answered.
jective of the African must be the development of his nation a drug abuser, but rather, this does suggest that you take
and the preservation of his heritage. And the objective of the an honest, close look at your child.For,by so doing, you may
.black American must be the achievement of full and unqualified Blacks Wear Dashikis be able to avert what is at best a dim future, and at worst, no
1 equality within American society. The black American future at all. If you have a teenager, and are concerned with
should look to Africa for guidance. and for a chance to give With Pride Dignity RespectAfter the present juvenile drug abuse problem look at the follow _
1 guidance .- but not for escape. He must merge his, blackness .eleven-couiuiuu syiutoms. 1. Change in. school attendance,
_with his cltiienship-as au Auroikau, aad'luaTesuit will be" bearing so many confuseu issues on the DashU's today, discipline and grades. 2. Change in the character of homework
dignity and liberation. I decided to write this letter of information the black peopleof and grades. 3. Unusual flareups or out-breaks of temper. 4.
our community who are concerned. Poor physical appearance.5.Furtive behavior regarding drugs
', Black people in Africa and America have survived slavery, After reading this letter you may decide if it's a fad, style, and possessions. 6. Wearing of sunglasses at inappropriatetimes
colonialism and imperialism. Today we can survive change.We or some type of commercial garment. to hide diated or constricted pupils. 7. Longsleevedshirts
have been oppressed as a people, and have been dividedto The Dashiki was created many centuries ago by our ances- worn constantly to hide needle marks. 8. Association
the point of taking roots in different cultures. But as we tors to accomodate their need for clothing. They needed gar- with known drug abusers. 9. Borrowing of money from stu-
struggle to achieve our liberation,these differences should ments that were comfortable and relaxing in a warm climate dents to purchase drugs.10.Stealing small items from school.
become less important. If and when we 'are all free and equal such as Africa, and at the same time gave them freedom of 11. Finding the student in off places during the day, such as
men, perhaps even those racial distinctions that now divide movement, to carry out region activities, under going at the closets, storage rooms, etc., to take drugs.
our societies and that separate one nation from the other will time building their empires.This garment had to express their Everyone knows their own. Not all of the symptoms must
'
disappear in the face of our common humanity. gayiety, dignity, and independence. apply. It's certainly worth taking a look.You may be the lucky

-- ---------------------------. Today black people who are concerned, and understand, no parent who can, in all honesty, say, my child is not a .4J ufaouser.
r----------------------- matter where they reside, wear the Dashiki as a garment of .If you can't say that, and if you need help, call 379-
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6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 25, 1969 '.W< .. "'!

Bentleys/ Host Family ReunionJuly : '
Beauty SalonS "I
is get-up-and-go, vacation members converged on we rW'; Sybils

time, the beach, the area from Michigan, New j

lake, and Just about anywhere. York, Georiga, and surrounding ;
July is also "family reunion areas. The spacious back
S
BY CLARICE LITTLES time' for the Bentley-Smalley yard of the Robert Bentleyswas
ideal for the variety of
clan.
Miami Times Society Editor
This year's affair was delectable foods served under

hosted by the family of the lateE. the huge tent pitched by the s A, :f fI
On Saturday, July 19, Pauline Sutton and Ann Thomas hosted of
of the Coconut brothers. Plenty
Bentley
G. Bentley
a baby shower for Joi Wynette, Attorney James and Hazel
music and enthusiastic
Grove and Richmond Heights food
Matthews' "Little One".
This third annual reunion dancers added to the enjoy-
area.
The Eric (Dorothy) Butlers and daughters, Daphnee and
held at the home of ment.A .
Sharon of Nassau are enjoying a two weeks vacation in Miami. was
Mr. & Mrs. Robert A.Bentley great time was expres-
They are the houseguests of Mrs. Rowena Richardson.
of 10515 SW 146th Terrace, sed by all, and everyone is
Lt.Colonel and Mrs. Alvin E.(Jean Petty)Walker and their Richmond Heights. looking forward to the 4th .:0: ::::
three children Ronald Stephen and Pamela are in Miami t\ ::
,
The family gathered together meeting which will be held In ;: t.j / ::
visiting relatives for the summer. The Walkers are movingto In July :.:: ,! I. i : r...... ::::
a couple of years ago Sandersville, Georgia,
Fort Leavenworth, Kansas from San Francisco to attend In Athens Georgia, which 1970. So happiness comes not Elizabeth Me Duf fi., Sybil and Murlyn Johnson i;;;.
,
the U. S. Army Command and General Staff College in the fall. in
commenced the first reunion. from having easy work, but
Houseguesting with Mary L. Generette are Lt. CoL EdwardG. The second reunion was held the afterglow of satisfaction ; BRING YOUR HAIR TO US !;;;:
Hall and his family from Fort Huachuca who will spend two
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in Augusta, Georgia, and of that accompanies anyun- r GIVE US THE BUSINESS
weeks with his sister before his mother in Manhattan. From
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New York, the family will embark for a three year stay in course this year in Miami. r} WIGS & HAIR PIECES A SPECIALTY
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Mrs. Clarence (Sadie) Steel of Savannah, Ga. stopped overnight The Fort Valley State Col- 14149 NW 22 AVE., MIAMI 633-9298 ;;

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Mrs. Ida K. Sydney is recuperating at home after eye sur- Homecoming, November

gery at Mt.Sinai Hospital;Friends are sending get well wishesto :6. 8. Our attempt last year was
:
Marie Cooper at Cedars of Lebanon; to Emma Ward at proclaimed a mild success.It .

home; Placile Hall at Mercy Hospital. Lt. Alva McCloud at is our hope this year to profit

home. .; :' .. ... .. from past errors and make /
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Sandra Williams Jetted to Chicago tovisither friend, Debra ....;..;.;.,.;....,i\"r.1::: .,* -..:, .
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Pvt. First Class Richard Smith, son of Mrs.Mae Catherine .... : ... : '' '
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Smith is home on furlough. Brother George came down from :: ; :;) ...; :,.,."..;:'"fi'\:,:,"-.:, distribute the raffle tickets I ;
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Tallahassee for the family reunion. / :.
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Lt. Alva McCleod Is home for a visit with her mother Mrs. ''1.1,1"! ; "! i) sell to the public. "
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I guess that by now most of us are pretty happy with the way L
things are going in our Brownsville and Liberty City areas.
We are flooded with all kinds of federal programs, Jobs, hous- ..
ing, health, education, training, and Lord knows what else. I -.,,-, -------- -
am not knocking it, I am praising it.But the part I am unsureof Memorial V Shown in the center i is Dr. W. M. V. Banks, ,Supreme Grand Master of International
is the tAct that it"coming out of our ears" in these areas F. & A. M. Masons, Inc. At Dr. Banks' left is Noble Lady D. T.
and not spreaded to s o m e of the other areas that could use
some help such as the Central Black District,Coconut Grove, Fellowship Pernella Tubbs, National Grand Matron; ,at his right is Noble Lady Mary Ar-

South Miami, Perrine, Goulds, Homestead, and Opa Locks I line, Grand Matron of Florida in attendance with other heads of state at ,the
It is taking a while to try to solve some of the problems of Established For Supreme Grand Master's Meeting held at the Marco Polo Hotel during the 19th

Liberty City and Brownsville,and maybe if something is start- MiamianC Annual Supreme Convention of International Free & Accepted Modern Masons
ed in the other areas, by next year something will be solvedin and Order of Eastern Stars, Inc.
them. Again, I am not knocking our progress that is being u rr e n t ana recent research -
made or the three brave Americans--Collins, Armstrong i fellows in the Instituteof
Adrianthey did a beautiful thing with the moon business and i Administrative ResearchIAR
made me proud to be an American. But I'm, proud to be an<( ) in New York City and
American whether we knew what is on the moon or not, andI i other friends of the late Tony
would be even prouder if some of these billions of dollars that are being spent on"the people of tomorrow and the pro- blems they might face", were spent instead on the people of Grant who was professor
today in housing, food, and jobs. I believe in progress and a William S. Vincent's secre-
better world tomorrow, but I believe more strongly that poor, tary, was killed recently by
hungry people should be number one on the agenda so that there intruders in his Brooklyn
can be a generation of people tomorrow. 1 home. An employe of Teach- 3 <
Back to the local scene where help is desperately neededwe ers College for 11 years he rN !
find many talented and needy people inCoconut Grove who also served as office and financial L I
,only need a chance and I have been told that if something is manager for IAR. *
not done soon they are gonna, make what happened In Watts Friends of the institute and
look like a picnic.I do not like to have to hear this kind of talk, its affiliates who wish to con-
and I think "they" are trying the best they know how to help, tribute are asked to respondin i ia
' but not being Black,"they" can never understand We no longer care of Ernest Auerbacher r Ill
" \ will stand for being told what is good for us, we are now research associate, institute -
fl v thinking for ourselves. Each man has his own goal and his of administrative re- r
"own thing" to do. He wants help in doing his "own thing" research, Teachers College,
instead of what someone else plans for him. He wants to be Columbia University, Box 7A,'
given his choice to live as he wants to. Life, liberty, and his 525 W. 120th St., New York, !
own pursuit of his own happiness, whatever that might be N. Y. 10027.
better Jobs better housing better educational facilities Mr. Grant was the son of <<
and better rental rates. Mrs. Lunette Grant and the nephew I
Bet you didn't know that some 80 guns were stolen in the of Mrs. Naomi Butler of ,8.
Brownsville area last week from one of the trading posts there. Miami. ", W'I -. a -..
We sincerely hope nothing drastic happens here as a result HOME New Eastern Airlines HostessesHarold
p of this move, for things are changing rapidly toward a better AGAIN
and Oliver, left Executive Director of the Concentrated
'xp way of,life fqr.aU of us. Mr Mrs. Alphonso Employment
4," * * .' Tynes of 7705 NW 21st Ave., program; Dick Polk, right,. CEP Training Coordinator; and Dave Bondu, CEP )i
.Pretty girl of the week: Frances Futch and their niece and nephew Community Relations Officer, attended the graduation exercises of Eastern '.
Pretty boy of the week: Jim Austin Dennis Tynes of Nassau have Airlines Hostesses last ,week at the Miami Springs Villas: Playhouse. .
returned home after spendinga
VIP of the week Jim Keene
Mother of the week: : Mrs. Margaret Williamson very enjoyable stay in San Left to right: Misses Terry Edwards, Esther Davis, and Rosa Ryans,
o * * Juan, Puerto Rico and the Virgin were three of the beautiful black young ladies who went through 21 weeks of

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Our deepest sympathy to the ,Islands.. The little Tynes' extensive training for this position.
family of Roy Hamilton, a fine, beautiful entertainer; and a Marscher, Anthoney and (
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good friend. I worked with him years ago and used to intro- Mickle, Jetted over. with their' '9THE
duce him ( as a Joke between the two of us) as "Bo Diddle)". aunt Helen(Mrs Joshua Dean)
He would come on stage walking if he had Just left the farm with her three children, : '
plowing and say, "thank you,John Lee Hooker",It was a thingwe Wanda, Sharon, and Stephenle LONGER ?
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to spend their vacation here in
used whenever met. human and
we Roy was a great being
I am sure we all miss his talent. Our consolation is that he the magic city. .. ', 1 J; ":" !;
truly believed "You'll Never Walk Alone" for his Master was
always beside him Saturday, July 26th, at,1:00 p.m., at AT U OF MARYLAND 1 1
YET MILDER. ,1-
the DuPont Plaza Hotel, the Success Motivated Institute,Inc., Mr. Lang .Hadley of 320 NW : ,
of Waco, Texas, will host a documentary film showing of the 48th Street, a biology teacherat ;.. fM'
four most successful Concentrated Employment Programs Miami NorthwesternSeniorHigh ,
across the nation. Harold Oliver, Miami CEP Director, is School, is now participating t'
in a biology teacher's institute ,':,. : ,
delighted that Miami CEP was one of the four chosen. CEP 12OICARETTES"
Directors and Labor Department people from all over the this summer at the Uni- :sly.'
-
,country will be here to preview the film.Some of the persons versity of Maryland, College F I .J.f.,
expected to attend are: Congressman Claude Pepper,Senators Park, Maryland. The 8-week' ',.; ,
Bellman and Tower, Miami Mayor Stephen P. Clark, County institute began June 23rd and : If. .
Welfare' Director Dewey Knight, Rev. Edward T. Graham, will continue through August V : "',9V '
and Executive Director of the EOPI Mrs. Marie Carl. Big 15th. Mr. Hadley is taking 8 .., \ "V ,
show Sunda night at Bayfront when WKS pnn'ln111eJ11l.be- credits of academic science 1 .. .
chosen That is it for this week. Till the next one, LIVE course work to help keep him : .Ii
LIFE EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF lT. PEACE1 abreast of current develop- 'r 0 (
ments in biology. H
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8 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, July 25, 1969


I James Brown Named "Business Man Of The Year" I


Addie ReportsOn Washington, D. C.-James production, entertainment sessions whose participantsare enterprise has now become
and broadcasting. accomplished leaders in known as the '
Musical ArtsBy Brown, "Soul Brother" artist management. Arch1lles heel'
number one, has been choosen business across the country of American business and
J : ADLINE PONTIPHFLET: "Business Man of the Year" Mr. Brown will be honoredin A large number of high level therefore must be protected

by the National Business Lea- Memphis, Tennessee at the government executives will and improved, else all bUSIness
gue. 69th Annual Convention of also appear at the Memphis stands in jeopardy, This-

NBL, August 20-23, 1969, at meeting.Mr. point will be expressed
Burrell presi- In
Berkeley G. ,
the Holiday Rivermont Inn. Burrell said,"Minority Memphis"
announcedthe -
of
dent the League
Others selected for awards
Brown selection this weekin .. -. .
are Daniel Parker,Chairman
Washington at NBL head- :
quarters by saying, "James of the Parker Pen Company, llBill"f: .
the Humanitarian A Award; Dr. 7jN
Brown is more than an artist. : COLOR
Fredrick D. Patterson, Ed- fr" ,
He has used the equity capitalof
ucator (Past President of Tus- ,D'RIVE..IN THE
his talents to establish a va-
kegee Institute ) and Past
riety of enterprises, real
President of NBL the SymbolotServiceAwardjandRoss-
estate, franchising record- VATCH THE LEAD...WHEN THERE IS NO SPLIT OF THE BREAM
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Davis, Attorney and Civil Ser I
SPECTRUM PRODUCTION
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vant, the Government Man of starring presents .

for the future. The Year Award. JIM BROWN

And it goes on and on with This year's theme for NBL, DIAHANN CARROLL "
Mrs. Firman. "Black Business In The 70's-

"This is only the beginning Tomorrow Is Now", will be JULIE HARRIS

said she." and I, myself wish addressed by nine workshop79tKSTART
GENEVIEVE FIRMANIn PAUL LAPIERRE to lend my every support to

my small capacity as would endear me further tour o anything which will help further J7 Nl >ftl Jlf l* Oftl 1:45:
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columist and reporter for The commongoal-brother- our cause."

Performing Arts Socity,every ood (sisterhood) and esta- Next week, one of our most
member and I proclaim my blishing a better relationshipamong charming young members of EXCITING, AND SEXYI I ,
delightful guest for this week, the races. The idea recent vintage, Miss Donna UNSATISFIED LOVE < y

Mrs. Genevive Fir man,...., could have easily stemmed Moore, Meanwhile please be HOUSE OF CATS
"Secretary of the year." from this lively person be- happy and above all, love one 1 Girl!. Frolic In Color
cause she's one to speak of another.
This title would not
even JAMES WHITMC
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GATES
Justify our proclamation sinceit brotherhood and live it fully.It iENE HACKMAN JACK KLUGMAN WARREN

is based mostly on whatwe've had been established that Y ..1a1 M M.n- ERNEST BORGNINE (
seen visually and not for the first time, The Per- FIRST .n *
what has been accomplished forming Arts Society would DRIVE IN
"behind expand it's horizons and reacha Wiilit DIM
the '
scene. Li I L 1
SHOWING!!!! 1
geater public so that againwe
Genevive Fir man,for those
who have had the pleasureof would exercise a little t

assiciation, is ,the world's bit more Influence in the com- SCREENED AT 10:15zlp 20th Centuryfox ;
most tireless secretary. She munity, always with the afore- WOOS,!
mentioned goals in mind. For 20Presents
is Social
officially Secretaryof
Idetro{oldwyn'Mayerpresents Martin Ransohoffs Production of
The Performing Arts So- this we had to obrain the attention r PANAVISION* COLOR by OeLUXE
ciety. of the community lead- "fee
When I met "Ginny" nota ers and influential of society.

year ago, I immediately felta It was no easy task, I assure There are
rapport which I knew would you. Letters to hundreds of
be most beneficial tom y prominent citizens were sent some doors
demeanor. This column was and Mrs. Firman, with the h that should

still in It's Infancy and with generous assistance of her assistant .
our kind publisher's (Mr. Miss Elizabeth Shoe- never beopened

Garth Reeves) aid, I was al- maker (profiled last week), ... I
of was able to reach all those who
ready enjoying a degree:
could through some means of
success inso far as establishing ,
a reading public who In- ,e encouragemnt, 'assist' in the
nundated by telephone with success of our affair whichat
most that time was still forth-
encouraging calls. Mrs. STARTS WEDNESDAY
Firman was one of those calls coming. This project provedto
and ril her effervescent be most successful since
never forget -
enthusiasm while our studio mail box became insufficient Rock Hudson'Ernest Borgnine

speaking of the possibilities of to hold the hundreds Patrick McGoohan-Jim Brown x
of my reaching the most depressed replying acknowledgments 5IDIIRI L7umen
soul and it from many prominent government Bill x j E
giving a Tory Lloyd Nolan super PNisoo-j MetrocoIor C MGM @]
spark of happiness with the officials including the .
art which I so meagerly represent President, the Vicepresidentand EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION > "\ ''ty \. '
f music. And it was you name it. The late RAM ptessnu THE JOHN FRANKENHEIMER iBWARO LEWIS PRODUCTION Starring f \ ,
from that date did no make it possi- 8:15 David Niven I ,
: same telephone call Faye Dunaway :TIIe LDST
ble for
that I.was able to establishthat everyone to attend,
nonetheless moral Mickey Rooney I Jack Carter I Alan AldaPANAVISION'and
supportwas '
here was a peron who,
through no personal regards, vided clearly attention visible was and assured undi- e e/l ilJ..lJ *Ii f:1 i.J METROCOLOR miln'n 6

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AFRAM House, a black- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
IZ oriented merchandising busi- Robert Walker,in Hlaleah.She YORK-John A.Mor- "This is a goal which the
ness based In Miami, is sponsoring plans to transfer to the University sell, NAACP assistant execu- NAACP has been actively pro-
L h y pi an entry in the Miss of Miami this fall and tive director, has congratulated moting through its labor and
Bronzeville USA Contest. major in sociology. both the Port of New York housing departments."

,' hai w'F.AVq( Miss Kelley plays the piano, Authority and Davis L. Blaine
Miss Cheryl Kelley, a 19- sings, loves sports, poetry, upon execution of the largest Mr. Blaine is president of
year-old student at Mlami- and was homecoming queen at single trades contract ever Electroque Associates, a
Dade Jjwlor College (north), Dunbar Senior High in Fort given a Negro contractor by Brooklyn-based electrical
will represent Afram in the Myers in 1966. She also was a the Authority. contracting concern. He and
Florida run-offs July 27 at varsity cheerleader there. The NAACP "is gratifiedto The Port Aut h 0 r It y's deputy
yrr Bayfront Auditorium. Winner learn of the $1 million dol- executive director, Mat
will go on to the finals in Los She stands a shade under 5- lar contract. for electrical thias E.Lukens,signed a$1.0'
Angeles in September. foot-7, weighs 118 pounds and work under the Authority'snew million contract to wire the
Miss Kelley lives with her measures 351/2, 25, 371/2. selective bidding arrangement World Trade Center's refrigeration -
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North Dade,ImlS'ovementAssoclation regular Debra and Judith Sands, just came back home after a recent
scheduled monthly meeting on July 15th. The newly elected I vacation in Nassau, Bahamas They were the guest of Mr. &
President Raymond Dunn held a very inspiring meeting. The Mrs. Freddie Dean.
guest speaker was Mr. Lou T ass e, Superintendent of Com- I I Happy Belated Birthday wishes to"Tracy Renee Jackson,
munity Schools of Dade County. Mr. Dunn showed a very interesting who celebrated her 4th Birthday.
film titled "To touch a Child" in relations to com- r I Wedding bells will soon ring for Tellis Ingram and Judith
munity schools. The North Dade Improvement Associationis I Cambridge.
in the process of trying to secure a Community School in Step Hall and the Uniques entertained hundreds of kids,, at
the Opa Loch area. Mr. Dunn appointed two committees, a I Vlrrick Park on last Thursday. Step Hall and the Uniques
Finance Committee and a Community Contact Committee. The is one of the most popular black band's that the teenagers
regular scheduled meeting for the North Dade Imporvement Dnh I really enjoy.
Association has been changed from the third Tuesday night to I Ed Holton, the son of Mr.WilliamHoltonhas been appointed
the 1st Wednesday night of each month assistant manager of J.C. Penny's Co.'s Pasadena store. He
CHILD OPPORTUNITY CENTER: The St. Phillips Parent Teacher Meeting was held at 7:30 p.m., on July 16th, was Business Administration. Holton begins his Penny career in
most informative. Guest speaker was Mrs. Evelyn Freeman, I the Compton store as management trainee and was promotedto
who explained the ,benefits of joining the Opa Locka Credit Department Manager lathe Inglewood store. He also com-
Union, located at 2355 AU Baba,Avenpe, Opa Locka. Two pleted four years of military services as Airman 1/C. Mr.
parents joined and several other promised participation in Holton, was a Miami resident before moving to Pasad ena. He
the near future. is a 1949 graduate of Carver High School.
The staff, N.Y.C. workers and children enrolled at St. On last Sunday, Mildred Pascal Scott and family were
Phillips, wish Mrs. Roxann Nance, Assistant Cook, and Ken- guest of Mr. & Mrs. John Jackson, which is their aunt and
neth Lane NYC worker a speedy and quick return.
recovery from .
uncle. They were visiting here Philadelphia.The
We have beard that Vera Desire, COC Director continuesto Sol S of tfo Meek community extends their heartfelt sympathy to the
live it up on her vacation. Do your thing. : Simmons, Thomas and Lee families.

The other day, I received a letter about my article I had in
M-DJC Offers Corporate Joanne Porter, and shapely lkomDetroit the paper titled the "Ignorance Corner" the letter stated:
gets the nomination for our soul sister this
Dear Miss Jackson: ,I
week. Joanne's charms are inblgdemandln! the Motor Tm very glad to know that you are concerned about the
Business j
TrainingIf At she is for
for
City Modeling jobs. present posing
youth in the Coconut Grove area. But I must say that these
black students get involved vices, manufacturing firms Dodge commercials. I youth really have nowhere to be or.go but.on the corner.
one of the best pro- and sales corporations. The _u Dear "Mr. Concern"I
for the promotion of students will decide what form ,
grams """"" was very happy to receive your letter of comment. But
Black Capitalism will be right their companies will take.They'll let me explain this to you. There are places that the young
at their fingertips this fall also elect their own men in Coconut Grove could go. And there are many acti-
A group of student-run business directors and officers, set vities going on in the area that the young men can partici-
corporations will swing salary scales and hire the of these that
pate in. But I believe that you are one persons
into operation at Miami-Dade needed help.
the
hang on corner.
Junior College South. Arthur Rochlin, of the M- Miss Jackson
With capital from the sale, DJC South faculty, will act ,
of l-a-share stock,the firms as program executive di-
will include_a variety_of ser : rector. Champburger Sponsors

Children's PicnicA

child's summertimedream full day of fun and sun at the
MEN'SJUMP is of fun, gamesandallthe Evergaldes National Park.
food he can eat. Transportation is being provided
As guests of Champburger, by Red Cap buses.
the fast food chain based in The picnickers will be su-
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SUITSA Miami, and New Frontier pervised by Esme Bain of the
Lounge, ninety black Dade New Frontier, Earl Williams
County youngsters will have of Liberty City Elementary
California Creation Students In RecitalPiano that dream come true Friday, School, Ruby.Bain, Estelle
July 18. Brown, Bernard Grant and
Permanent Press students of Mrs. school year for students who The children will spend a Ben&imin Pratt.
Frances Thomas were presented work hard to augment the!!it
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Machine In their annual recital repertoire.
Sunday afternoon.Piano works Pictured from left ot rigl LtJ '
k by Kabalevsky Chopin, are: Pshawn Rogers, Greg Y
PERFECT FOR: Beethoven, Greig and Bach Simpson, Kimberly Counb,
were played by the following Brian Thomas andGa U'l
GOLFING students: Leslie Ware,Hubert Powell..
Penny, Kimberly Counts, Gall
0 HUNTING Powell, Robin Arrington, Sewing
RELAXING Pshawn Rogers Patricia
FISHING Murray, Lisa Thorpe, 'Gregory Machine

GARDENING Simpson Gary Simpson, RepairsALL
Asa and Brian Thomas.Two trum-
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I Convictions Upheld In KKK I II j Second Charleston Hospital I


I I Mississippi Murders !! Strike Settled

CHARLESTON, S.C.-The Charleston County Hospitalwas vide Jobs at the hospital with-
NEW ORLEANS-The 5th conspiracy and each appel- The federal trial jury in second of two Charlestonhospital settled last Friday, in three months for the remaining -
U.S. Circuit Court of Appealslast lants complicity in a calcu- Meridian convicted seven. strikes,led by an alliance three weeks after agreementwas 23 strikers.The .
week upheld the 1967 con lated, cold-blooded and merciless Mistrials were ruled for three of organized labor; and the civil reached In a similar walkout June 27 settlement at
victions on conspiracy plot to murder the others. Eight were acquitted. rights movement, has at the Medical University the Medical University Hos-
charges of seven men In connection three men." ended after nearly four monthsof of South Carolina Hospital. pital provided that all of the
with the,killing of Micheal Schwerner and racial tension and economic. The settlement at County more than 300 strikers be re-
three civil rights workers at Andy Goodman,both white New Girl Friend HeldIn hardship. *. "- Hospital stipulates that 42 of hired.
Philadelphia, Miss. Yorkers, and James Chaney, The strife for higher:pay the striker will be rehired Both settlements providefor
"The trial was conducted a Meridian, Miss., black and union recognition by non- Immediately and that very. a minimum hourly wage
fairly and Impartially the youth, were slain in 1964.The Man's professional black workers at effort" will be made to pro-,..of.tl.60._
appeals court ruled"Specifi FBI said it was a Ku Klux
cally, we find ample proof oi Klan plot.
SlayingA
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Homestead man, Willie
Lee Roberts, 35, was shot to a
Let Your Boy death Saturday in the door-
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Ninety South Miami youngsters ways Bus and a Dade County rRAYT2 OM 1 RTh1 : s.
demonstrated graph School Bus that was donated., tosirsr ? RA K L FtlY. 6'A'q
ically last week that although Sleeping accomodations were'
they are : Black and Proud,, provided by the Community :7f.I!
they shared the American en- Action Agency In Cocoa Beach
thusiasm about Apollo 11. and Eastern Airlines providedbox
The youngsters, who made lunches for the trip.
the trip to Cape Kennedy as Mrs. Marie Carl,Executive
part of a unique summer activity ;Director of EOPI, was on hand
program sponsored by Tuesday..,to see the young people -
EOPI, had reactions that rang off and told them that they
ed from "fantastic" to "out- would be watching history. !

of-sight". Only three of the "This," Mrs. Carl said, "Isa I
youngsters raised the question good example of what can be II I
of the expense of the project, done with the proper researchand
when so much remained to be training. You are all capable
done on earth. of the same kind of
Curtis Williams, a 16 year- achievement with hard work ,
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old student at South
School raised the question WestHigh of The group viewed the blast ttt"14".u............-
off from several hundred feet
religion. "Does God really across a waterway that con- ALL ABOARD FOR CAPE KENNEDY BEST WISHES FOR TRI P

want us on the moon?wonder nected the space center to the Young People fran the EOPI Center in South Mrs. Marie Carl, (center), EOPI Executive Director -
what the trip will do to weather
conditions." mainland. Miami board bus for trip to launching of Apollo 11. I was joined by three members of the City

Frank Collins, also 16anda "It was like a gigantic match More than 90 youngsters made the overnight trip to 'I Council, when she appeared to see off the young-

student at South West High that some the one" had thrown watch; the moonshot. :sters. Shown are Eo! Bronson Mrs. Jean Willis, Mr..
across sky, to
School said that the Important one of the teenager according, Ed Holly and Mrs. Audrey Carter.
thing was the military advantage .
The trip, however, was not /-" '.\' it'! : 't''I $ '' %
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give us added protection from Restaurant in Cocoa Beach, \ : ; ,:'F ; : ;
our enemies," he added. where breakfast was servedwas ,t'< :::6.' PJ':9
The young people left from long on Soul, but short on
the South Miami Youth Centeron orange Juice, milk and dishes.
Tuesday evening and returned Among others from Dade

early on Thursday, County taking the trip with the 1 ,.
morning. Arrangements for youngsters were: Clarence 'y4f+k-xk."
the trip were made by members Edwards, Tyrone Seymour,
of the EOPI staff. The Ralph McCartney, and EOPI
trip! was made on one.Trail- staff.


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involving parents In its operations Parents and the positions portions of Cape Kennedy to witness the

problems, needs, etc. held wen as follows: Mrs. t Atl. A moon launch on Wednesday The young, people arrived
,I} On Monday, July 14th, parents Elizabeth Burgess,Center Director at the I launch site at 6 a.m. and remained
of Brownsville Child ; Mrs. Maymie Johnson throughithe morning hours.

(Opportunity Very Important Center's parents VI.P). Mounts, secretary and Mrs.; Mrs.Christine'Mary Mo'i":..:..'..:...':-.<.<..->-.{>..>.:..tiCSM'... .-<..<..<<>..>.:..':.-....:-r x.'Y.>..:S.<.<..<..nn*:-OO>Jti:>.I1...:.'M.:-:"......:!:!.>..>...'!.:.:.<.-
Club, got a chance for one day Wilson, teacher of five year : They
to actually take over the opera- olds; Mrs.Katie Lewis,teacher Everybody's Going To
tions of the center. of four year olds;Mrs.De- :.;. I
Parents occupied staff positions lores Stewart, teacher of two '
from Center Directorto year olds; Mrs. EmeraldSanford > f GRAND OPENING II}
Cooks-Aide. Thuswas teacher-aide of five : : ,
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Some of the reactions after Jones, coots-aide. k Of The ThirdNONPROFIT.

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,' :' Hungry Families See $35 Billion Moon Shot


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Dr. Ralph David Abernathyand nation's successful efforts in chairman of the City Council SHERIFF CRITICIZED I,

his chief implementer of space. The protest was intended of Washington, D. C.; Dr. Williams said that the
direct action, Hosea L. Williams to point up the inability of Robert Hayling, leader of the Sheriff had pledged to providefull

took no time to regain our congressmen, Senators, St. Augustine, Florida Move- escorts'for the marchers
their strength after fasting in and the'President tackle the ment; Attorney John Due, Or-, from the city of Cocoa to the
the Charleston County Jail for Job of eliminating poverty with ganizer of Florida's State entrance of the Cape, a distance

two weeks They immediately-,the same degree 'of zeal that Welfare Rights Organization; of some eighteen miles. ryd
began a massive educational;.they have utilized in assuring and the Business Manager for Sheriff Wilson had vowed he

protest movement ,,,Cape, America the position of beingfirst James Brown' Productions, would be at the church pastored -
Kennedy during the launching in: the space race. Mr. Maceo McMillan. The by Rev. Wells at 5:30 a.m.
of Apollo 11 for the treklothemoon. local coordinator of the Cape
ReV i Abernathy and Mr, Rev. Abernathy and Williams Kennedy efforts was the dy- NASA Security had set this

Williams held their;>> st, In, both excoriated the namic local minister, Rev. time as being,the best for themso

protest I ofthe, ,charges placed leaders of this land for their W. 0. Wells, who has led the that they could insure
against i them, in Charleston.Rev Inability to choose, "human city of Cocoa on the road to smoothness of'operations for d
Abernathy pledged to ,priorities over inhuman pri- freedom for the past ten years. the launch. Williams, Abernathy -:

maintain, ,his .fast: until:;',the orities." staff members ofSCLC,
Charleston Hospital Worker's' Activities at the Cape began and the poor people waited in

'Strike was settled and he and Abernathy said, "Americacan Monday evening at Rev.Wells' vain until 6:30a.m. and the
all the others arrested were always find billions to fight church. A mass meeting was sheriff never showed."'

,cleared'of all charges. unjust wars, to continue mak- held which drew a crowd of ,
ing monstrous missiles to destroy over 500 people and repre- Williams then led his peopleto I ,
sentatives of all of the pressat waiting buses to struggle r.t..4"i .
the force behind man and to put a man on :
Williams the Cape. The families gave without assistance through the "
but cannotfind
the demonstrations in the moon; they
testimony to the plight of the heavy traffic to the site where ,
Charleston, that ignited the arrests 80$ per day for food to keep
of himself Rev. Aber- children from black and white poor and hungry in vivid state- the march would begin. .

nathy and others, was held for, poor families alive and place tears.ments that brought many to 'When the marchers arrivedat :
them on their own two feet
two weeks In maximum security x
the entrance to the
Cape
confinement under' right on God's rich Earth." ? f' ". ; '.'
:$ $50- On Tuesday, the 15th, the the Sheriff's departmentattempted ;' -.a- ,J : j; '
000 bond. He and Abernathy 25 FAMILIES day began with a press con- to herd the march- Yr + ,

were held on charges of"riot- SCLC chose the families ference by Rev. Abernathy, at er's into an area out of viewof S' > "L' yYe ''
,
ing' and/Vinciting to riot". the NASA Tourist ,,,,, .;;
who were at the Cape from 25 Center.That the launch,but Williams and .. 24.
At the' time he.was;arrested, Congressional districts to afternoon, Abernathy met with A his eight year old daughter Yo- "w..r\ ''<1IIe Ai I 'X'',',1'"'',it<1' ;\
both he and Abernathy''were, Thomas Paine NASA Administrative
landa led the marchers directly
point up the fact that in (those Vlc'e" President Of Afram HouseMary I
leading airayervigilandweron Director
andsecured
districts farmers receivebil- through the line of police to
their knees in the street lions of dollars per year not to a pledge to admit Rev. mingle with the crowds al- Taylor,a beauty spec- lege in Miami Beach.
praying. J l' grow'food or fiber. The U. S. Abernathy and forty of the poor ready assembled to view the ialist has been named a vice She shares with Miss Callo-

Jape House Representatives people to the VIP section of the lift-off. president of AFRAM House, way a lifetime love for show
Offering testimony at Cape to view the launch
ognized this evil and 'passed of an all-black operated firm business. For years Blanche
Kennedy were 25 large and Apollo. :
stricken families. a bill to limit all farm subsidy Following the lift-off, the based in Miami, which spec- Calloway had her own band.
poverty
They came to the Cape to aid payments to a maximum of 3,000 AT MASS MEETINGThe Sheriff and his men attemptedto ializes in merchandise made Mrs. Taylor 'participated in

in the efforts of the Hunger $20,000 per year per farmer. evening of the 15th sawa stop themarchersfromleaving especially for the nation's 22- dramatics In Georgia and received -
the in march
Cape a
Phase of the Second Chapter 'Yet, two weeks later,supporters variety of activities which back toward million black consumers. an award as the best
Williams
Cocoa.
of the Nixon administration Her appointment was an- actress of the
of the Poor People's Campaign began with a mass meeting at year.
their orders and
disregarded
The rallies represented and Southern demagogueslike Rev. Wells church that was led nounced by Blanche Calloway, Mrs. Taylor worked as a
eight Southern states Senator James Eastlandof by Rev. Abernathy.Over 3,000 carried his people down the president of AFRAM. Mrs, beautician before Joining

and 25 U. S. Congressional Mississippi, passed the people attended. Later_ night road to a point,' he had previously -. Taylor 27, lives in Miami and Afram as a wig' stylist. With
chosen. There the
Senate's Farm people ''was one of the first Afram
Districts. Appropriations march proceeded through the assembled buses employesto growing at a spectacular -
on for the
Bill and refused to limit farm darkened streets of Cocoa to join AFRAM when Miss Cal- rate, her training as a
MOON-HUNGER PROTEST subsidy payments to any the city hall. There the Mayor beginning of the! r return trip loway organized the pioneer beauty expert stood her in good

SCLC's "MoonHungerProtest" amount. of, Cocoa, Arthur Tate, spoke home. venture in Black Capitalismlast stead when she was called on
was not conducted briefly to the assembled Families and SCLC staff fall. to travel around the country'
against America's ability to National leaders taking part I E,1 marchers and welcomed them were housed during their stay Born and raised in East- for Afram, giving demonstra-:
explore outer space. In fact, in the protest at the Cape were to his city.Throughout. in private homes throughoutthe man, Ga., Mrs.Taylor studied tions in beauty and make-up
Dr. Abernathy applauded our Rev. Walter Fauntroy,ex-vice Brevard County area. The for a teaching career at Still- techniques.She .

the e v 6 n 1 n g of response of the community to man College,Tuscaloosa,Ala. also gave make-upde tn-
-- - -- -, the 15th and the morning of the the plight of the poor was one Coming to Miami 1960she onstratlons at Florida AAM

16th a held of the studied business administration University in Tallahassee and
prayer vigil was on most rewarding aspectsof
I Why Weight? Join Now! 1| the beach near the entrance to the entire venture accord- at Lindsey-Hopkins, and Edward Waters College in

the Cape The vigil was'relieved ing to Williams then studied at a beauty col- Jacksonville'

Weight Watchers Announce the Opening of I during the morning of

Another New Location at the:, the launch by a march to the
very entrance of the Cape.The
NORTHSIDE$ SHOPPING CENTER I march was led by Williams,
AUDITORIUM who vilified the local sheriff
I and his department for failing 8 reasons why you should have
N. W. 27th Ave. & 79th Street
to live up to a bargain that had

I at 7:30 p.m. every Monday I been sealed' several days your automobile transmission
before. Williams said of the
1 sheriff and his that "We
I men ,
Fees: $5.00 first week .
of,SCLC are men of integrity.We .
$2.00 weekly I have attempted to deal with

I For Further Information; call: :221-7448 I Sheriff Leigh Wilson and his
department on the supposltton'that
I Present this ad (or'free gift when registering I they were men of Integrity

also. We have been disappointed
sadly 1 1llIlWOli'iflla7fo17.7
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Premiere Of Documentary film On CEP ''I



t 4 F Here SaturdayThe


Economic Opportunity Senator Tower, CongressmanBush lightening, informative and Manpower efforts throughout I
Program, Inc., of Dade County Congressman Pepper, beneficial to the success of the this country.
9iy through its Concentrated Em- a representative from the Department

ployment Program has par- of Labor and an .'i%., ;
t ticipated in the preparation of emissary from the White t b IR : '.(,!J''jtr
the documentary' film on four House. ", 1
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CEP's across the nation. This
The principal speaker ofthis
film
hasbeenpreparedbySuc- affair will be Mi;William + ;.
cess Motivation Institute,Inc.,
/ of Waco, Texas. Brown, chairman of the Presi- :'
The premier showing of this dent's Equal Employment Opportunity j

__ film will be held Saturday,July Committee.In attendance ...
4 > will be: A special representative
/ t 26, 1 p.m. at te Dupont Plaza
Hotel. of President Rich- ?
ard M. 'Nixon, Senator Towerof \
Guests will preview"A Tale
Texas Senator Bellman of
,
of Two Cities. This drama- 4e tD c ,u
Oklahoma Congressman "
tized report pictures what ,
__. ;...... .wra. ..._.rr/ ___ .. Project Zzooommm Is accom- Claude Pepper, and Dr.
Pictured 'are the and models plishing in two widely diver- George Schultz, Secretary of
queens of the Atha. Labor. Invitations have been

lie Range Chapter O.E.S. No. 145, who appeared at gent Texas communities, a Southern agriculturalcity : Waco, forwarded to Governor Claude

the Supreme-.Convention, July '21.27 at the Marco of 100,000;and Erie,Pen- Kirk of Florida, Mayor of the __

Polo Hotel, 192nd, St. and Collins Ave. Left to right:; nsylvania, an Eastern indus- City Mayor of of Miami Dade,County Steve Clark Chuck; + _
,
Sis. Adell Jefferson, Sis. Leretha Evans, Sis. Sara trial community of similar Hall; CEP Directors from fifteen -

Waters. Not shown: Sis. ,Mary Williams.-Sis Geneva size.Expected guests include the cities and other dis-

Cox is worthy matron. Mayor of Miami,the Governor tinguished guest.

of Florida, Senator Bellmon, .This affair will be en-



MOVED DOWNTOWN! GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION! dY






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MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEMENT I


Mrs. Mae Monroe an- kchoi is a Thai National and
nounces the marriage of her met Ssg. Butler in Lopburi,
son, Ssg. E-6 Glenn R. But- Thailand. The marriage took '.
ler to Miss Malee Nuengcha- place in Lopburi on the 7th
kchoi, daughter of Capt. and of May 1969.
Mrs. Tho Nuengchakcboi.Ssg. ,Ssg. Butler is a photographer -
Butler is a 1964 graduate of and reporter for the
...
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;!#. Miami Northwestern Senior 46th Special Forces in Thailand ..

...:.=;. ;,:r\ High School. Miss Nuengcha- .

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'" United Black Students

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', Conduct Opinion Poll

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An opinion poll is being con- be held so that the residentscan
ducted in the black community establish and coordinatethe
by the Black Community De- type of organization they
\ velopment Program. It is the desire.

purpose of this program to The program will assist
;; ::
4' "l. "';', gain a valid concensus of the when needed. It is presently
views expressed by residentsof located at the James E. Scott
the black community, with Association at 4901 NW 7th
regard to the feasibility of Avenue, telephone 758-4791 or
community organization.If 758-4792.
the concensus provides David Jackson is associate
information that suggests a coordinator of activities and
desire for organization, a Wilard Butler and Harold Long
meeting with a set date will are directors of activities.

SURVEY: "

You receive one of these gifts free by depositing $250 or more (1)) Occupation If unemployed,how long?-:-

4., during our Grand Opening Celebration. Number of dependents

;. \ Only one gift to a family. Sorry, no gifts mailed. -(2.Is there jmeed for organization or-re-organization7n-die ]
Othergiftst -choose-.from 0 ---- Black community? (Model Cities area).
J ,1" 'I Yes No
.\, \I: : ;7 tfJ; :" What show the need for and
( (3) areas greatest organization
-
: 1 I/, -'r : >-J,! Convenient Hours: ,
resident unity?
''J f .' ,
"":; Mondays 9:00: to 6:00: P. M I (a) housing (e) politics .

Tuesdays through Fridays 9:00: to 3:00: P.M. (b) unemployment (f) health _
INTEREST PAID FROM DATE OF DEPOSIT TO DATE OF WITHDRAWAL (c) police relations -(g) transportation *

o>of." 114M" FVEq'r (4) Do'you feel that there are leaders In your community?

Yes No ,
Per annum If yes, do you feel that the black leaders represent your com-
compounded Per annum compounded munity adequately .. inadequately. ,
i O/ quarterly and paid O/O quarteryon ) Do you feel that the white leaders represent your community

/ savings six months. Dassbookcertificstea. accounts.on re ular adequately inadequately

(5) Would you be willing to attend an organizational meetingof
the black community?
9 To SAVE Yes No



'.' Franklin Federal (6)Address Name


: ,I' SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI. Telephone number-

::\/ 124 East. Flagler Street; Miami, Florida. '/'
;'YIIi!;;, : ,/ Fill out and leave at any of the addresses listed below:
'4'" "' ": Model City, 62nd and 27th;Liberty City Council,62nd and 13th;
i: "" fiJ '" CEP, 64th and 7th; Talcolcy' Youth Center, 62nd and 8th;
"
Irrl;: : / | Miami Times 65th and 15th.
Se habla Espanol. Member of Downtown Park and Shop I8': ,
.. Also Manasba, 69th and 15th; Liberty City News, 49th and
27th; Earl's Supermarket, 79th and 22nd; James E. Scott,
49th and 7th; Champburger, 62nd and 17th; Burger King, 54th
and 7th.
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,..,y THE.MIAMI TIMES... Friday.. July, 25-, 19"'-


Your Dog i "Miss Black American-Distinctive



And YouBY I,,, And Appreciative Type Of Beauty .


VINCE COOPER i One tall, slender and very ij '\ "''' rtril : America of Broward County at Fashionable Productions, a-
f
i ..: pleasant black man named J. I'I \:J War Memorial Auditorium, holding company. Anderson is
Morris Anderson has set out ', Ft. Lauderdale. President of both companies.
talk -
Let's this week about
food and feeding problems of cuolce is yours to make. to convince black women that ',, Girls form these cities will "This year our winner will
If you switch your dog to, they are beautiful by staginga vie for the title of Miss Black recleve $5000 cash, earn
First
your dog. let's get the dry food do it gradually, for Miss Black America Beauty America of Florida, and the $5000 during the year of her
that
understanding your dog example feed him his regular Pageant in 20 of the 50 United right to seek the title of Miss reign, be awarded a scholar-
will eat what feed
he will eat what you he tricks him or food, only less, and leave a States this summer, including Black America, on Saturday, ship, travel all over the country -
into buying.It you pan of dry food out for him all j Florida. August .16, at Miami Beach and she will have a part on
the time. In other words, less; Last September, in Atlantic Auditorium. The national con- the ,'Julia' TV show starring
is not necessary to cook regular food and more dry,, City, a few blocks down the test will be held at Madison Diahann Carroll.
your dogs food or feed him the until his entire diet consists of boardwalk from the Miss Square Garden, New York on "We will ask her,and every
best human food unless you actually dry food only. Don't worry U t America Pageant, Judges August 22nd. girl who has taken part in the
want this. The dog will your dog doesn't eat it at first,, picked the first Miss Black Last year's pageant in At- Pageant at Madison Square

get along with dry dog food remember one dog in an experiment America for' Anderson's or- lantic City involved 15 girls Garden August 22 to go out into -
alone and stay in good flesh. lived 117 days on[ ganlzation. from such Eastern cities as the Ghetto and preach the

Don't be proud of the fact that water alone. So don't feel 1 She was Saundra Williams, Washington, Philadelphia Gospel of pride confidence

"my dog won't eat anything ex- sorry for Rover when hdoesn't e i 19 year old Philadelphian, a J. M, ANDERSONa Boston, New York, and Balti- to black women", Andersonsaid.

cept hamburger, steak liver, eat right away.Insucba t curvy, hazel-eyed co-ed symbolizing rs 0 n !is accustomed to more, but this year the .
etc." It only proves that the case,don't feed regular meal 1 the "positive proI I thinking is beautiful he add- Pageant has spread to 20 "With me, the universal
dog is smarter than you are, and give a few minutes for test" which Anderson says is states. catchphrase: 'Black Is Beau-

by not eating for a day or so the dry, after a few days he'll t .the reason for his pageant. ed.The competition to find the The Miss Black America tiful' is''more than Just a pla- .?

and having you buy out the pantr"probably. beat you to the "We are trying through the i girl in Florida who best sym- Beauty Pageant_. is part of_. titude. I intend to prove it."
store to satisfy his -- -- ---
whim.Don't Miss Black America Beauty 'bolizes Anderson's concept

misunderstand, if you A good Pageant to instill confidence 'begins in Miami on Saturday,
feeding
wish to feed steak, fine and a small amount of schedule beef is i and pride in black women, to August 2, at Dade County Tc'
mix
good, but make sure it is
your assure them that Auditorium where
Miss
and dry food. This can be mixed they are Black Call
desire and not the
dogs. Remember beautiful. We America
or fed separately. want black men of Mia mi will be cho
too, that specially to think that their women are sen. -

prepared dry foods are the result I use a beef mix obtainablefor beautiful too," he explained. On Saturday, August 9,Miss CHARLES
of many years of testing ; a greyhound supply in Hialeah Black America Jacksonville
before going on the market. i on West 26th St.and Third matter Anderson that said It doesn't ,will be chosen at Civic Audi- :' ROGERS
black
many women -
Avenue My dry food is obtained torium; Miss Black Americaof
Always look on the side of have
J thick noses, large !
from security mills at Central Florida at Municipal AT PL 1-7502
package before buying, a good lips and different hair.
59th St. NW and 37th Ave. It Auditorium, Orlando Miss
food 60 will have 23%protein and ]has 25%protein and less mois- "Theirs is a distinctive j Black America of Tampa-St.; FOR. A GOOD BUY ON A
70
% moisture
Compare ,ture. much appreciative typeof ]Petersburg at PIANO ORGAN SCOTT
this per pound of canned dog My dogs eat it readily McKay Auditorium ,
and you won't for lot beauty--it depends upon what Tampa and Miss Black
food that have as much'as 7 6% pay a of ; STEREO OR, ORCHESTRA

moisture! have, experimented TV advertisment. Whatever ---- -- I INSTRUMENTS.
food you use make sure it is Ii SEWING MACHINE
with most canned and dry and I,complete.with all vitamins 1968 .
and Carver Slider Console;
had good results with both .
'
: Slightly uteri
;minerals. ligiog 1 In sty
except dogs ate more canned i list walnut cabinet. Blind

with no spectacular results. Next week: Problem,dogs tnemfressei, makes button)
Again this is my findings and i and bad habits. Call.questionsto Ranches! holes overcast, sows and fancy on .buttons.Itch..,

in no way am I saying, "stop I I Coopers. Canine Service. I without attachments. Under
buying canned food." The I Iw '6912643.STANLEY guarantee.Full I prlc.$56.70or
{ News male' 10 payments of N, Q
$5.67 a month tax down,
I By Walter Bow no Interest. For fr.. horn
sss-------- demonstration, call Capital
DRUGS The Star of Bethelem Baptist Sewing, credit mgr. till/ 9 "\
Church, 5401 SW 24th St p.m. Hollywood! 922. 528, I
YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD PRESCRIPTION STORE West MiamI 949-8124, out of
Hollywood, invites the ,town, call collect.
8690 NW 22 Ave 697-3741 public to attend its dedication i

x services on Sunday, July 27th:

a ra; 'pastor.at 2 p.m. Rev. I. W. Hepburn, SewingMachine '

The Rev. J. P. Monk invites
the public to come out and attend -
the Big Tent meeting at RepairsALL

46th Ave and 18th St. on the iWE
r corner, West Hollywood. MAKES

Every night is a big night. Clean, oil and
Don't forget the Saturdayand adjust in your
Friday night Fish-fry this home. ELL HAPPINESS

weekend at the Veterans of "
Foreign Wars Post No. 8195on AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAY
At the crossuads of North-South
HOMER HUMPHREY, Owner Pembroke Road. ONLY 15 MINUTES FROM ANYWHERE Expressway IN MIAMI
The 15th District $2
COSMETICS GREETING CARDS Meetingwill Phone .
DRUGS be held in Pompano Beach, 751-7502 Broward: JA' 2-5131

FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY ficers on Sunday and,members July 27th.are All asked of- 300 N.W. 54th ST.

to meet. at the post home at FILER DELIVERY ANYWHERE IN U.S.A.
MON THUR SAT. 9 AM-9 PM SUH.11, 1 TO 5 PM 8 a.m. Madison James Com ..864-4309 In Ft. Lauderdale, 1103 E. Las Olas Blvd." JA 5-3716

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174
By GENE GRIENER

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Fragrant FlowersA A Misty Tropic Moon

gardener never forgets Colors blending softly -
A mignonette's In patterns of varid hue _
perfume. Perfect fitting of pieces -'
Nor the tantalizing scent Changing with every view. .
Of lilacs bent
With bloom. Coral Seas and teakwood glimmer
Darkly cascades swirls a drift

Sweet sultan, lavender and stock, Careless hushing mumur's dimmer
Along the walk, Curling bronzeiy: :trove a Cliff,

Can castBeguilingly Love of the Sea becomes much stronger y +a +'
hypnotic spells As long as there will be color in
With their sweet smells All we do, as long as at the last ft' ,
Amassed. The love of beauty is held fast. '
The tenderness of Spring, Sweet,
Craig Christensen Swift, and disappearing, _n _-_.-..-_-.:_. .. __ .______.
Leave only memories of both
Flesh and Spirit, singing. Students attending the summer session 'enjoyed ocean water and the
My Forest Primeval white sand of ":The World's Most Famous Beach" when ,the Steering Committee -

(have a forest primeval -Cleo Sorrels sponsored an all-day picnic recently.

Where you'll see the doe and the fawn, Shown receiving the VIP treatment ,is Willie Brown, ,Defray Beach, the
And all wild life is truly free Inspiration 265 pound ,Captain 'of. the 1969 Wildcats Football team. 'The lovely co-eds
Through day and into dawn. If I might of an unbound bird from left to right are Yvonne Cook and Patricia,Bethune. '
One feather of his flight unsurp,
The trees and plants do flourish And from the heaven's promise in his song
Untouched by human hand, My avid, Skylock interest take. MTA Moves Into New Bus Offices
Just as our lord planned it
I should then count me Lord Iof Knaves, : .
When He them the
put on land.
Softly, quickly, ere aghast authority The Metropolitan Dade and Finance,SpecialServices, of Ferendino/Grafton/Pan-
Into my forest primeval Apprehend my licentious flight, County Transit Authority tooka Transportation, public Information coast and Volpe Construction
Til stroll with a heavy heart From these ordered regions Fd abscondTo giant step toward complete Advertising, Legal Company is the general con
seek in dulcet virgin clime my cave; centralization when the Exe- Department and Lost and tractor.
It's here that my heart is lightenedBy
this world so far apart. There selfish-hoard my priceless loot. cutive and Administrative offices Found. Upon completion of the The new telephone numberfor
Then, if for silence, I must my booty share, moved into MTA's new Maintenance Building and the the Administration Build-
Please come to my forest primeval With the native Paradisians I would trade $3.5 million complex on July Fueling and Cleaning Facility, ing, including Lost and Found,
When You're For hisbiscus, orchids,passion-flower honey which is expected by mid- is 633-3381. MTA's Informa-
of modern life 15.The
weary ; Still-glowing fallen stars,and supply lengthsOf Administration.Build MTA's entire
To bask in the wonders of Nature August, opera- tion number for service and
And forget all worldly strife. soft-deep, caressent, pansy-purple sky. ing, located at 3300 NW 32nd tion will be housed at the 18- schedules is 538-8631. This
Ave., Is a three-story tower acre complex. numer will remain in effect
-Vivian M. SIngerlingA Constance Adele Henning with free-standing stair tow The project f will house near- until approximately September -
ers, a one-story driver's wing ly 1,000 employees, 380busesand 1st.
and one-story auditorium.The nearly 400 automobiles.
Seeds Of Satan MTA's Centralized Facilities
building presently -
Ray Of Light houses only administrative Complex was designed by READ DUKE TASK
It's summer time, the time we know I
operations including Budget the Miami Architectural Firm PAGE 26
there is a late ray To wait and watch all nature grow "
of sparkling: bits of sun I looked for flowers from my seeds., _.
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that comes in the window-pane Who planted these infernal weeks? :- -
casting its reflection
on the pages of my book -Gene Griener

M nfl! r ;
and I take a last look Retired Sea CaptainA .3
at the
stained-glass effects .
OPA-LOCKA GENERAL HOSPITAL
sheer magic whiplash of a man :
not wanting to be very far
and then I think of all from the pull of the ocean waves, 'Ufl
the colors all over the world he strides his land's corner,
and wonder how man can be sailing ships in his eyes
the one who thinks his coloris and the warm Guilt stream in his blood. ''I
the only one .
-Daniel Smythe '
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MIAMI TIMES Friday July 25 1969
22 ALBERTMrs. RANGE

In loving MEMORIAM. memory of my HOUSEOF of Mrs. Rosa Lee Brutus of
Mebba Thompson

I I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I II dear MR.husband SAMUEL BEARD 14th 6720,N.W.survivors 24th Ave.include,died: July mother 3284 17th N.W.at North 50th Miami St., died General July

who departed this earthly life Mrs. Patsy Mosley, Hospital. She is survived by
-- 25 1925. two three sisters Martha Davis,
July
father, Malgrim Mosley;
IN MEMORIAM You are gone to an un- Edward Estella Hudson, Alberta
CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe brother, Leodies,
In loving memory of seen world. I miss you. I five sisters, Mrs. Margaret Whyche, one brother, Chuncy

family of the late family of the late will Join you soon. Sleep on Ashley, Mrs Thelma White, Hayes, three nephews, Arthur

FRANK GRISSOMtake and take your rest. Mrs. Helen Collins, Mrs. Jones, Robert Davis, Charles

this method to thank our Eathera Neal, Miss Elma Whyche Jr. Funeral services

many friends for their cards, Mrs. Annie Beard, wife Mosley. Remains were will be held on Thursday,4:00

letters, telegrams, flowers, shipped to Vidalia, Ga., Wed. p.m., at Range Memorial
and condolences extended to July 16th. Uapel.

us in the loss of our loved one. cards of thanks Nathaniel Warren of Arthur Stanbeary of 1731

We would like to thank especially The family of the late 5161A N.W. 27th Ave., died N.W. 57th Street died July 19th

aM Mrs. Range and her staff, July 16th, survivors include: at Baptist Hospital. He is

Rev. J. Brown, the neighborsof wife, Willie Lee; two daughter survived by his wife Lucy.
60th Street and the neigh- 's Mary and Patricia; two Funeral serivces will be held

bors of 17th Avenue. sons, Nathaniel and Wyley; Saturday, 1:00 p.m., at Mt.

6 6a May God's richest blessing mother, Mary L. Warren; six Tabor Baptist Church

yF shine upon you all, \ *.. sisters, Beatrice,Henretta, (Baby) Jacquelyn E. 'Burns
of 1420 N.W. 72nd Street
Willie Mae, Betty Rose,
Mrs. Lucille'Grissom, ALICE M. MATTHEWS Naomi, and Louise; two Apt. #7 died on July 19th at

mother; and the Grissom who departed this life July21, brothers, Edward,and Eddie home. She is surviviedbyher

familyIN 1967 Clarence; one uncle, Rev parents Mr. & Mrs. James

-- A precious one from us is goneA Beacher McCloud and one Burns, and many other relatives -

.. BERT R. GILLIAM- MEMORIAMIn voice we love is stilled aunt Mrs. Robertta Brown. Funeral services willbeheldWednesdayatHhOO
A place is vacant in our home Serivces will he held Saturdayat
wish to thank who
every one loving memory of our Which never can be filled 4 p.m. at Salters Chapel a.m., in the Chapel.
was so thougtful during our dear sister and aunt We loved you Alice but Floyd Martin of Cooper Herman Joseph, (Pieolio),'
bereavement for cards
God loved you best. PAUL BLACK Camp on U.S. Hwy. died July of 9111 N.W. 16th Avenue diedon
flowers, cars, food and other who departed this life June 29, July 19th at home. He is
14th services are incomplete.
donations of all kinds. Special The FamilyIN ,
wish to express our sincere
survivied his mother Mrs.
by
Dan Scott of 1810 N.W. 69th
thanks to Mr. & Mrs. James to
thanks and appreciation our
St. died July 17th survivors Arizona, four sisters, Peralie
Moss, Airliner Motel, Club MEMORIAM many friends, neighbors and ,
M. Strange Lou Ella Page
,
i include parents Mr. Arthur ,
Royale, Mr. Johnny Johnson, y ro" In loving memory of our relatives for their cards, let- : Frances Williams and Janice
,
Scott Louise Scott brothers
Glover Riverside Laundry ; ,
Mrs.
ters floral pieces
telegrams, ,
,
four brothers
dear one Joseph ,
Arthur Jr. Willington Ronnie ,
employee and the neighbors ,
food and other acts of kindness
DAN PAYNE Ernest andJ.
MR. and Wil- Clenoroy, Terry, ,
Charlie Jr.
George ,
Rev. Kelly Rev. T. S. ,
.
this life July 22 shown during our bereave-
who departed ,, T. FuneralserviceswUlbe
liams sister Marie grand-
Johnson and his assistant Pas- s ment. ; ;
1962.A mother Mrs. Helen Tylnes conducted on Friday 4:00 p.m.,
tor and friends of Lily White ,
precious one from us if; Special thanks to Bro. La- in the Chapel
193.Jeanette grandfather, William Tylnes;
Lodge and the entire Church of
mar
;t gone, '' nephew, Maurice, neice, James D. Barnes Jr. of
Gilliam, wife A voice we loved is st ill Christ. Charlene; uncle, Willington 2788 N.W. 46th Street died

and Family N fN A place is vacant in our home:s Tylnes; aunt, Rosie Butler on July 17th at Jackson
Which never can be filled. Mr. Luther Black and Services will be held Saturday Memorial Hospital. He is

We loved you, but God love 1 familyIN at 2 p.m.,at the Church of God. survived by his neice Mrs.
CARD OF THANKS ._ i 6 Y you best. Emily M.Denham,andseveral
-- -----"-' Mrs. Mary Jones of

The family of the latex The Payne and Sands. MEMORIAMIn 1861 N.W. 42nd St., died July other relatives. Funeral ser-

MAGGIE THOMPSON' Family 20th, survivors include: three vices were on Tuesday, July
JACKSON loving memory of our sons Willie, Allen Ranson and 22nd, at A D ti 0 cb_ e Baptist
July 23 ,1967 beloved husband and father
Church.
Johnnie; four daughters, Mrs.
Memories are treasures no IN MEMORIAMIn Flossie King, Mary Hughesand Mrs. Alberta Booth Johnson

one can steal'Death v everlasting memory o;i Mrs. Corine White and of 16051 N.W. 18th Court died

is a heartache nothingcan our dear mother and grandmother Lorine Ballard; one brother, July 19th at Oliver Manor

heal Nursing Home. She is survived -
Ira Coe; two sisters, Mrs.
.. Some may forget you now that Anna Richardson and Estella by one daughter Allene

you are gone I' 11I Scott; nine grands, two great-,,. Guinyard, two,sons Carl,and
But we shall remember no grands, neices, nephews and Walter, and several other relatives -
matter how long friends. Arrangements are and friends. Serviceswere

The call was short the shock incomplete. held Tuesday, July 22nd,

severi. Will Tate of 10240 S.W, in the Range Memorial Chapel.
To part with some one whomwe
184th St., died July 20th, survivors -
love so dear.Thompson .
Include: wife, Rosa L
Howard and Lee; one son, Eddie; one dau SAIN'SI

Martin families ghter-in-law, Odessa;, one I

brother, Fred, one granddau Willie Henry Jacobs of 3255

JAMES KIMBALLwho CARD OF THANKSI brother, Fred, one granddaughter Douglass Rd. died July 19th.
departed this life July 9, ,." ; five grands. Ser- Funeral services will be held

1969 wish to express our sin- know a smile love to see I I REV. ARCHIE J. GALLON vices will be held Saturday al t: Saturday, July 26th, at 1:00 in

cere thanks and appreciationto Avoice I love to hear z 1 who departed this life July 29, '2 p.m., at Mt. Moriah Baptist t: the chapel with Rev. E. J.

our many friends for their I know, a hand I love to hold, 1968. My he rest in peace. Church Curry officiating. Remains
,: cards letters and telegrams, A presence I love to be near Mrs. N e 1 o i e Henderson oi f t will repose in the chapel beginning -

floral pieces, food and other I know a heart, a' loving heart, MRS. EVERLENA Wife and Children 2435 N.W. 63rd St., died Julj, 2:00 p.m. on Friday
acts of kindness. Special 14th she leaves to mourn hera
I That's' thoughtful! fine and CRAWFORDwho until funeral time Saturday af
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thanks to Rev. Jenkins and true. departed this life July 22, son, Willie James Lester ternoon. Survivors include his
special thanks to his school CARD OF THANKS Services were held Thursday
I know them all and love them 1967. wife; two sons Larry and Zachary -
,
mate and his little friend on at 2 at the House oi
cannot p.m., Jacobs three daughters
will not sa
allFor We say, we ;y The family of the late ;
7th St. and special thanks to they belong to you. that she is dead, she is Jus t MR. ALONZO PRATT Albert Chapel. Mary Marie, Mary Elizabethand
Range Funeral Home for their John Anthony of 2470 N.W.
We, the family of .the late awayl! whom departed June 21, Diane Shirley Jacobs; two
services. With a loving smile and a hoi;1 wishes to express their heart- 154th St., died July 21st, sur- brothers Mitchell and Joel

Mozel Roundtree, mother; MR. ARNOLDSBIMONS stand felt thanks and appreciation vivors include: son, John Jr., Curtis; stepfather'Ja mes

Willie Roundtree, father; she has wandered into an un to their numerous friends and daughter, Phyllis. Arrange Smith and one son-in-law Os-

Irene Jackson, grandmotherand who departed this life on Junj5,19B9aclmowledgesyour .' knownland' neighbors fortheirmanyjclndr- ments are Incomplete. _car_ usl;.. __.____. =- _
family and a close friendSandraLanier -- -Rogers !I279TJ7W:
e't1mny ness. To the House of Albert Mrs. Georgia Mae Dobbins'
; :- kind expressions of sympathy Mrs. Fleta Poitier, Mrs. staff and the Willing Workers 58th Terr., '3 died July 21st, of 3698 Williams Ave., Apt.

I shown to us during our hour of Pearline 'Chambers, Mrs.Ar- Beautlfulcatlon Club and to survivors include:.wife, #1 died July 18th at Jackson

bereavement. We would like to, lean Wright, Mr.Albert Craw. Rev. W. K. Smith a special Claudia, four sons, RichardJr. Hospital. Funeral arrange

IN MEMORIAL thank our many friends for ford, and grandchildren thanks. ., Freddie, Earl, and ments are\ Incomplete. Survivors -
their flowers,cards,and other Franklin; one sister Dorothy Include her husband

#' In memory of acts of kindness shown to us in Mrs. Lillle Pratt, wife and Reeves; two uncles, Arthur Eugene; one son, two sisters,
our sorrow. We would like to IN MEMORIAM Family Smith and Frank Smith; two Mrs. Everlean White and Mrs.

extend a special thanks to Rev. of m aunts, Leola Milton. Arrange- Catherine Lee; two brothers
In loving memory ;Y ments
p Aaron Hall for his are incomplete. Thomas and
tlt it iir D. consoling son, and our brother John Lee.
words, the Ebenzer United JEROME MATHS YOUNG'S Mrs Elma Clarke of 547

Methodist Church and to the who departed this life July 22, RICHARDSONFuneral SW 7th Ave., Homestead died
Range Funeral Home for their 1968. Jasper Foose died on Sunday July 21st at Jackson Hospital.
services rendered. God July 20th. He lived at Funeral
May
arrangements are incomplete -
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Gone but not forgotten. bless you all. Again we say 1001 N.W. 62nd St., #20. He Survivors include
1 1llJ5f1MR. loved him, but God loved bin II Henrietta Miles, 1318 NW 1st
thanks. was a resident of Cocoa, Fla. her father Lucious White
PI. who died ;
best on July 17 at her
before coming to Miami. The three sisters
Mrs. Juanita
Mrs. Louise Mathis, mother *. home were field Tuesday at
The Family: Mrs, Agnes and Family remains will lay in repose Greater Bethel AME Thurston, Mrs. Katie Mae

Simmons, wife; Mrs.Beulah Friday ,,July 25th, beginning Survivors Include Church. Jones and Mrs Leola Austin;
one ion Edward
Simmons Smith, daughter; at 4:00 p.m.,until funeral time Clark of Tallahassee one brother Eddie White; on.Jster.in.law
Mrs. Edna Lee Moon,Rich- 2:00 p.m., Saturday, July 26, ; Lorene and one
IN MEMORIAM one daughter-in-law
Iris
in the Young Funeral Home Mae; brother-in-law
ard John, Allen Carl, Paul- two nieces Thomas Wil-
ARTHUR LEE McGRIFF o ette Marie,Alvin Lawrence, In loving memory of Chapel, 1732 All Baba Ave., Florence Sellers Lucille Hart and llami.Cedrlc.

Katherine Alice, Jacqueline BENJAMIN BULLARD Opa Locka. Survivors include: ; two listen Thompson of 10315
who departed this life July 5, Rebecca and
Boyd Ida
1967. Janice, Harold Leroy, San- who departed this life July 2!, two sisters Mrs. Annie M. of South Carolina Brown ffW 152nd Street in Richmond

Rest eternal grant unto hiiOb D dra Regina, Arnold David, 1953. Hatred and Mrs. Willie Infant boy Golfin 0/4419NW Height died July 15th at bis
and Joseph BemrdSim- Gone but not forgotten. Belle Clarke; one brother-in- home, Funeral services
Lord and ligh t 25th Ave. died were
t may July 16 it Jicfc-
law Mr.Theodore Clarke two held
moos grandchildren. ; ; Sunday
July 20th in
him Hope
shine son
perpetual upon I. Hospital. Hf It
Rpber\Moon,':' Jr.,KelvinAndra.YofondaReginiaind Alice Bullard,wife;Normal a neices, one nephew,five grand by bb mother Inn torvhtd gonad Kli Survivors Include
Clifford and William sons:; neices, six grand nephews,oneleas and a host hi* wits Doris five
Bell and Lockhart of other relative ; daughters
The Louise Thomas and Mere great nelce and a host Att'hI'"
Families Sherrie Lyn Moon, great- grand menu arc incomplete trIf ion, and two grandTHE -
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children. Boston: daughters of friends. efdfdttfl,

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July ,25,' '1969 23


I sister IN loving MEMORIAMIn memory of our Billions For Moon Race While Millions r bb


,I' Starve
t Wrong PriorityWilkinsKIAMESHA


Here LAKE, N.Y.- stration for easing guide- ern schools, only 20%of Negro ,.
In
the Catskill Moun- lines in desegregating south- children in the South are attending -
tains, NAACP Executive Di-
ern schools. "How can they desegregatedschools
rector Roy Wilkins last week say it is too rigid when 15 ?"

1 called the Apollo program"a years after the Supreme Court Turning to rising mili- .- -
cause for shame"and sym decision to desegregate south- tancy and violence, Mr. Wilkins Elder
J. W. Wilson and congregation would
pathetically noted that Ralph billion said that some
spends $33 to race to liberal
Abernathy, SCLC head, was the moon when it should be whites have "encouraged racial like to extend a warm and cordial invitation to all
demonstrating against the spending money to distribute strife by failing to sup- of you to come and visit the church and enjoy the
moonshot with a handful ofsupporte surplus foods in Brevard port the moderate black move services.

s."Something. County, Fla.,where Cape Ken- ments and by responding to For your comfort, the church is fully air-con-

is wrong with nedy is located. violence" They have been ditioned. For your convenience, we provide trans-
ANNIE LEE McMILLIANwho the government's priority Mr. Wilkins continued his "deaf all these years to the portation for services to and from the church.Time:
departed this life July25, system." he said when it attack on the Nixon AdminiRAHMINGS pleas of the moderates, and
Thursday 8 p.m. and Sunday, 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.
1967. now that they are confrontedby
If we could only hear STEVENS violence, they give in." For your added convenience, we have a wonderful
Our sister's voice again Mr. Wilkins' remarks were Sunday School service which we would like to have
Joseph Jenkins of
5663
How happy we would be Street; Hollywood, died Mayo Monday Henry Thomas of 3577 Hi- made before 1,000 delegates your children with us each and every Sunday.
It would mean so much to us. Funeral services will biscus Street died July 20th. attending the convention of Phone: 693-0481. Church: 9000 NW 20th Avenue.
Brith Solom. He recieved theorganization's
be held Saturday at 4:00 p.m., His immediate survivors include YOUNGLAND U.S.A. Kindergarten is open all sum-
Mae Dean, Geleta Lee and his mother Mrs. Mar- humanitarian
in St. Luke Primitive ,
Lena sisters Baptist award. mer. We keep children from 6 months of age to 10
Rahmings, garet Simmons two daugh-
Church. Burial ;
will be in ..
Cyril, Rey, Albert, Nathanieland Hallandale cemetery. Stevens ters, one granddaughter, two'' years of age. Call and Register Now. 693-0481.

Norris Higgs, brothers. Funeral Home directing. brothers, three sisters, Youth Surrender
Survivors include his wife neices, and nephews.Services
; JOIN NOW!
will be held on Thursday at After
WATCH OUT Beannle; three daughters, SlayingA
Jessie Mrs. 3 p.m. at St. Paul A.M.E. AND SUPPORT THE
Margaret Smith, dispute between two
FOR DUKE TASK and Mrs. Julia Foreman; one Church, Rev. Temperance 1 brothers and another young youth Carver YMCAMembership
Wright, pastor.
son, Jake Peterson; his mother ended
(Page 26)) Miss Leatha Johnson of 1408. Thursdaynlghtwithboth
Mrs. Sarah Jenkins
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brothers shot
; --one fatally andone
four sisters, Mrs. Carrie B. NW 67th St., died at Jackson I seriously wounded. Drive
Memorial Hospital July 21.I
Ruff Mrs. Emma Lewis and
DIVERSIFIEDPUBLIC Mrs. Julia King; three She leaves to mourn her mo- Dan Scott, 17, of 1710 NW Call 696.0231.Send your immbmhip tot
brothers,James Leroy and ther, Mrs. Irene Johnson; two 69th St., died of bullet woundsin
SERVICE Ben 16 brothers Reginald Forbes and'' the head and arm at the 5770 NW 15th AVENUE
; nephews, 8 nelces
ANDNOTARY nine grandchildren and other; Willie Johnson; three sisters corner of NW 18th Ave. and Youth $3.00 Teenage $5.00 Adult $10.00
PUBLIC relatives. Yvonne Speight, Rose Bryant 63rd St. His brother Arthur Family $25.00 Century $100.00
19, was shot in the chest. He
Robert Mackeroy of 9 N.W. and Barbara Brown; one uncle .
7th Avenue, Dania, died Mon- Clarence Finlayson, and two was reported in serious condition -
STANLEY SWEETING day In a local hospital. Fu- aunts. Funeral services will at Jackson Memorial
Public Relations neral services will be held be held on Saturday.Mrs. Hospital. The two brothers are

Consultant Saturday at 1:30 p.m. in St. Rosalind J. Carroll of sons of the late Skeeter Scott,
Theatrical Editor James Primitive Baptist 569 NW 5th Street #1 died on a popular Liberty City figureof

The Miami Times James Primitive Baptist July 17th in Jackson Hospital. the fifties.
NA 1-7203 Church, with Rev. A.J. Hall She is survived by a devoted Four hours and 20 minutes
offic>dting. Burial will be in daughter, Myrtle Mae Holgate after the incident, Dana C.
16351 NW 18th Place Dania cemetery. Survivors other relatives and friends. Edwards, 19, of 2460 NW 154
Bunche Park include ten children; fifteen Funeral services are in- St. surrendered to Metro deputies -

Opa-locka, Florida brothers and sisters and other complete. f

relatives. Elks' Lodge NewsOn F b

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July 15,Atlas Elks LodgeNo. own for this weekly affair. .
308 held it's regular Brother Harold Higgs spokeon
meeting. With exactly 50 the Appreciation Night"af- t
members present and Exalted fair that will be held at the

BOY'S Ruler W. 0. Perry out of the Elks home Tuesday, July 29.
.: City Esteemed Leading Cocktails 7:30 p.m. Prime rib

Knight, Harold Butler, Es- Roast Beef Dinner; 8 p.m.and MR. LESTER ALBERT, OWNER;
teemed Loyal Knight, Earl this promises to be a swell
Llghtburn and ever faithful, affair. Reservations are a
Our will be remembered after
i service long
JUMP District Deputy, Louis Duty. must and can be had by calling
The trustees reported the 758-9191. price has been forgotten. So in your hour of

purchase of complete new Many Elks are preparing bereavement, call .
chairs and banquet tables for for the Bahamas' Elks Association
SUITS 11111k the meeting hall; and the air Convention to be held
condition is being installed in Nassau, August 2-6.Three House of AlbertWhere

the upstairs Lodge Hall. lodges in Nassau will sponsor
The Entertainment Committee this convention and it will terminate service begins and never ends
1,
Permanent Press with Sammy Davis, Jr. with a grand ball on the THREE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
Machine Washable' as chairman reported an edu- last night.
LIBERTY CITY OPA-LOCKA PERRINE
cat ion a scholarship fund Jim Lucas, reporter.
FOR raising dance for October 17, 691-7661 MU 8-3311 238-8801
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PLAY' Brother Williams, host andjnanagetflftheJoungestatev 1969 brand now zigzag sewing -
machine. Never ui.(LYou
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i the Sunday teens matinee button holes, blind hem

(SIesr J-M.L). dance; with the live native band ,tltch, and ,applique with.
has the room to capacity.It is out attachment. Sows with
,i really enjoyable to witness so one or gauranteed.two needles.Complete'Original If You're From

many young ones and the parents price $31.80, or make 10
0 having such a swell time 'payments of $3.18 a month.
in wholesome entertainment.Sodas Tax down, no interact. For Georgia
Ir.. home demonstration, .
potato chips and pickles call Capital Sewing, credit
are the refreshments and this mgr. til 9 p.m. Hollywood
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CORINTH Youth Day Activities At Antioch I
NEW MT. MORIAH

Rev. M. L. Paschal, pastor Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor

Geneva Paschal,reporterThe Sis. Evelyn, Souter, reporterThe

pastor wish to take this No. 1 choir will begin

opportunity to thank the their 15th anniversary tonight '

Ushers' Board No. land Choir (Thursday) at 8 p.m. with a "" ',\.

No, 1 member and friends for musical program. Sis. Pearl s <4' J1',';' t
accompanying him to Rock of Taylor will be the M, C.Friday 1'rr \"J" '

Ages on last Sunday. night at 8 p.m. with Sis. Eddie 4 ? ..-

Corinth will be observingtheir Mae Sample, M.C.and will climax ,

11th annual Women's Day 'Sunday at 3 p.m.with Sis.

program August 31st. Louise B. Riley will be the

thanks to Missionary M.C. Various choirs will ap-
Special -
Jin undttu
UU IfiurxI
J. Ferguson and his co- pear during the entire pro-

workers who rendered ser- ram. The public is invited.

vices on last Sunday night. Rev. Thomas Masters"The It- c

You are invited to worshipwith Wonder Boy" delivered won- Greater Macedonia Observes

us each Sunday. Remem- derful message for us last

ber the sick and shut-ins when Sunday morning.The Pastor's Seventh AnniversaryREV.
pastor wants to thank RALPH McCLOUD BRENDA MCQUEEN
you pray.
: each one that accompanied General Chairman Morning Speakerone

JORDAN GROVE last Sunday to Brown's Cha-
The youth will present of Antioch's active youth

Rev. Douglas Cook,pastor pel.The members and Sis. V. "Miss Antioch Pageant" on will be the morning speaker.The .

Deacon Gilbert, reporterThe Simpkins want to thank Rev.J. Friday July 25 at 8:15 p.m. evening speaker will be

No. 1 Choir will begin Toles and congregation of The young ladies will be com- Nelson Adams Jr. of St. John

their anniversary on this Berea Baptist Church for ser- a peting for the title of Miss Antioch Baptist Church. Both speakers -

Thursday night and concludeon vices rendered last Friday JI they are: Cathy Coach will speak from the the me

Sunday at 3 p.m.The church night. man, Antlonette Turner, "The Youth Coping with the

is asked to cooperate to make Prayer meeting for our revival Dorothy Cofield, Shirley Ma- Problems of Today for a Bet-

this anniversary a great one. will be July 30, 31 and .. .. this, Lewanla Wright, and Va- ter World of Tomorrow."

Deacon Parrish is president. August 1. willbeginthe lerie Phillips. Young guest An invitation is extended to

The No. 1 Ushers' Board Monday night after the first artists ,from the community the public.

will sell dinners this Saturday.The Sunday. i Q ru will appear on the program. Rev. P. W. Wiggins is the

menu is: fried chicken, Joint rehearsal for choirs Mrs. Vasthl Armbrister will minister; Ralph McCloud,

stewed chicken, collard 1 & 2 will be July 29th at 8:00 be the M.C.

greens, string beans, corn p.m. There will not bea On Sunday, July 27th will General chairman; Ronald

bread and rice. monthly conference. climax the Youth Day activi- Pratt, Public relations chair-

ST. PETERS AMER. Our Junior choir will leave ties. Miss Brenda McQueen, man.
ROSCOE JACKSON SB. LOUISE JACKSON .
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CATHOLICMorning the church at 6 a.m. this Sat-

services will beheld urday morning for West Palm The officers and membersof tion of Zion Hope M. B.Church CHRISTCanon FIRST CATHERAL

at 8:30 a.m. until octo- Beach, where they will singat Greater New Macdonia M. will be in chrage of the ser-

the Sunday School & BTU B. Church are in the processof vices.'
Gibson rector
T. R.
ber.The and Congress. observing their Pastor's On Sunday afternoon at 3:00 Altheria Williams,pastor
time has come our Antoinette SUva, reporterOn
Please for world Seventh The Rev. H. K. and Willie Ann reporterThe
male members are ready to pray Anniversary. an- p.m., Kensey Sunday, July 20 the Crum
Wednes- of Bethel Primi- pastor wish to thank the
peace. niversary began on congregation
entertain you on Men's Day, children of the Sunday School
and will conclude tive Baptist Church Ft. Lau- officers and members for
day night, on ,
July 27 at 4 p.m., 4841 NW enjoyed their annual picnic at
Sunday afternoon. derdale, will close the anni- their support to Elder Green's
2nd Ave. The program spon- Virginia Beach. The 30 kids

sored by Herman J. Perry Jr. MILLROCK On Wednesday night, July versary.A that were in attendance swam church on Wednesday night.
cordial invitation is extended We were grateful to have EIder -
has been well prepared, so do <' ,23, Rev. W. M.Slater and con and ate until they were tired.It .
to each and everyoneto W. Mac Pegg of NYC who
come out and support the men gregation of Day Spring M. B. was truly a day to remem-
attend. spoke for us on Sunday night.
of our congregation.To Church were in charge of the
Let's not forget the Annual ber.The She was the house guess of our,
the sick and shut-ins services.On Episcopal Young
; Battle of Songs between Choir pastor.We .
"Casting all your care upon w' Thursday, July 24, Rev.P. Churchmen have started a
#2 of Greater New Bethel, are getting ready for our
"
Him; for He careth for you W. Wiggins and congregation program that will last
Opa Locka, to be held on the first annual convention which
Canon C, F. Cooper, rector of Antioch M. B. Church, throughout the summer every L.
second Sunday in August at will begin Aug. 11 17.
and Elizabeth Bain is reporter. Liberty City will be In chargeof Tuesday night. The program The ,
2:00 : public is invited. The annual
'il pm.
the services. involves films and lectureson
banquet will be held
atTobbys
25'Rev. Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor black Don't miss
I On Friday, July history.
OLIVETTE
MT. Aug. 16. Sisters Bell Puritt
Paul Freeman and congrega- Willie J. Beard, reporter these interesting programs. ,
Beatrice Johnson Olla Hicks
Rev. George Warren,' pastor Sincere sympathy is extended ,
and Anna Ware will be hos-
The #2 Choir of Mt.Olivette GREATERBETHELEHEM to Mrs. MargaretSimmonsfor
: tess. Tickets are on sale.
will be concluding the celebration EBENEZER the loss of her son and to
On Tuesday night there will
of their 19th Anniversarythis Mrs. Ellen Sturrip for the loss
Rev. C. H. Smith plstorMarylopldns be another special consecra-
Sunday evening, at 3 p.m. Rev.A. D.Hall,Sr.,pastor of her nephew.Get tion at the
reporterThe church.
They have invited some of the E. Ingram, reporterThe well wishes are extended -
,' most outstanding groups and Women's Society of pastor urges all officers -' toMr. John Sweeting.BROWNSVILLE Visit our hospital, pray for
choirs ushers and the sick and shut-in.
,
r :choirs of the city as their Christian Service sponsoredtheir
SIS ROSA SHARPEWe members to with
fellowship
guests. Come out and enjoy the annual queen contest on
first Emanuel Church 200
I s evening with them. will celebrate our sec- last Thursday night. 'The results BAPTISTRev. NEW HOPE
NW 47th Street at Sunday
The Joint choirs will be the ond annual Women's Day Sun- for the contest were:the 3p.m. F. L. Johnson, pastor
7 t I guests of the House of Albert Rev. J. E. Wright,pastor. Rev. H. C. Samuels
day, July 27. The speaker for Dorcas Circle reported $458; You are cordially invited to Elizabeth Wright, reporterThe ,pastor
\ Program this Sunday morning, the morning will be Sis. RosaL. the Bartley Circle, $436; Go- attend musical the pastor, officers and Patricia Gowens, reporterWe
a
(. 9:30: a.m. Please tune in Sharpe. The evening'speaker lend Glee, $284.50; the Janett fourth program members wish to take this op- would like to thank Rev.
II WMBM. All members of choir will Sunday night given by A. D. Hall choir and ushers
be Sis. Louise Knapp. Evans, $235.11 and the Poin- the portunity to thank each and ,
Mae West
Deaconess. Sis.
,1, #1 and 12 rehearse on Everyone is invited to come cinia, $133. Total amount everyone who helped to make for worshiping with us on last
Taylor president.Let .
., Thursday night in preparationfor and hear these dynamic speak- raised $1,557.37. Mrs. Emma ,us for the sick our Men's Day on last Sundaya Sunday.

the program. Bethel a member of the Dor- pray great success. Special Sunday, July 27th is Home-
ers.Don't shut-in and the bereaved. Our.
This Sunday being the forget to pray for the cas Circle was crowned queen. thanks to the guest speakersRev. coming. We are asking that all
sick Sis. Kirkland home and
Fourth Sunday, Is Youth Day, sick and shut-in and also the A representative group of : S. AtchisonandRev.E.K. of the old members come out

the Youth will be in charge. men in Vietnam. the society will attend the Sis. Emily Phillips, Mt. Sinai Rogers.Rev. and Join us in celebrating this
422. The church is in'
All members asked to be room annual
\ are school of missions at Lake- Homecoming Program.
E. K. Rogers will continue -
sympathy with the Drane fa-
) : present, in uniforms, and on land Fla. beginning 28- This service will takeplaceat
July five
,
\ ,.' milv in the lost___ of their___ father nights of revival
The will be delivered n -11:00
time. sermon NEW-HOPE a.m. at 1301 NW 1st PI.
August 1. InClanton Mlss.andDea. services at the church July 21-
by our pastor, Rev. Let us not forget the sick and Sis. in the loss:'25. He is the pastor of Mt. The chairman for this program
.: Warren. Rev. W. E. Sims pastor Newberry is Patricia
Olivette Gowen. The
and shut-ins with a prayer or of their niece's husband in Baptist Church of
Don't forget to make your Elaine Gilbert,reporterOn send a card of cheer. 'I South Miami. co-chairman isJosepnineMc-
reservation for the bus to Fitzgerald, Georgia.
trip
Coy.
Sunday July 27th the Visitors are always wel- On next Sunday night at 8:00
Key West sponsored by the pastor is asking all membersto come. I there will be a Musical program Please pray for the sick,

-, Male Chorus on August 16. please accompany him to DRAKERev. I On Wednesday our shut-ins, bereaved and our
Tickets may be obtained from men in the armed services.
Shiloh Baptist Church at 3 p.m. monthly conference.We .

I any member of the Male Cho- Our own pastor, Rev. W. E. J. W. Dunn, pastor NEW PROVIDENCE extend our prayers and Visitors are always wel-

rus.You are always welcome to Sims, will close out the pas Mrs. N. T. Green, reporterThe well wishes to the sick and come.

worship with us. please remember tor's anniversary. Rev. A. M. pastor is asking all officers Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor :'shut-ins. You are always welcome -

our sick and shut-in Griffin, pastor members, and friends Arsula Edwards,reporterThe .

members in your prayers. We would like to thank all to please attend the serviceat Sr. Ushers are cele-
MT. TABOR
youth, members, and visitors St. Mark Baptist Church on brating their 9th anniversary
'
: GRACE who came out on last Sundayto Sunday afternoon at 3:00 p.m. Sunday, July 27 at 3 p.m. CHRISTIAN VALLEYElder Rev. James Hendon, pastor

hear Miss Sharon Levine Let us go over and have a spiritual Everyone is invited to share Wllhelmina Sands reporterRev.

r Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor a speaker for Christ. For all feast. this occasion with them. Rev.G. A. Ford,pastor Hendon,,Deacon S.

Thanks to the campus cru- who were unable to make it you Many thanks to Rev. P. W. W. Phillips of New HopeM. Blondie Higgins,reporter Bruton, Joseph Morman and

sade for Christ, whocompleted really missed a treat! Williams and his congregationfor B. Church of Ft. Lauder-' Christian Valley of Hol- Mrs. Anna Powell left on Monday

a four-week series of,Sunday The pastor urges all members letting us use their baptism dale will deliver the message. lywood and the St. Luke to attend the district Sun-

evening training discussions to please attend their pool.We Bible class and prayer Church of God of Naranga will day School and BTU Congressin

in evangelism, and also weekly meeting.Prayer meet- were happy to have Mr. meeting Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. .have a Joint baptizing this Sun West Palm Beach.

I, successfully completed a two ing is Thursday night at 8 p.m. and Mrs. Jessie GrIglen and All members are urged to atI I.day at 1:30 p.m. at New Bap- All new members are ask-

"' week vacation bible school for Come and bring the sick.Visi- son to worship with us on last tend. Visitors and friends are tist. NW 49th Street hAtwA n ed to meet in the conferenceroom

;' about 40 Juniors and Junior tors are always welcome. Sunday from Cleveland, Ohio. welcome. 22 and 23 Avenue, Miami. Rev of the church Saturday

hfghs. Let us not forget to pray for We are praying for Sister Consecration hour of prayer :Stanley is pastor. Afterwardswe July 26 at 4 p.m. ,

\ Grace Church was happy to the sick and shut-in.They are: Green, our church clerk who is held at the church each will Journey to Naranga Please for

:'; participate in Rev. 'A. M. Rebecca Grant at home, Sis. is ill. Sister Green at this writing Sunday at 5 a.m. where we will fellowship those Bro. Arthur pray the familyof dur-

j ", Griffin's 27th Pastor's Annlf Perry Lee peace at home. is at North Shore General Continue in prayer for those members in the church Sun- ing their bereavement.Stanberry

versary at the New Shiloh M. Come to church and recievethe Hospital. please rememberto who are sick, shut-in and the day night. Elder Roberts ispastor. Pray for the sick and shutin. -

,( B. Church last Sunday even- blessing of God. Visitors visit and pray for the sick bereaved. Ruling Elder A. Fordis Visitors are always wel-
ing. are always welcome. and shut-ins.
presiding.
come at Mt. Tabor.T .
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THE MIAMI TIMES.. Friday.. ..--" .Jnlv.....', w IQAO 25

. Men s Day Sunday At St. James AME ST. LUKE M.B. KELLY'S CHAPEL IT WAS WELL DONE,

..
Rev. P. W.Williams,pastor
THANK YOU
Rev. W. H. Butler pastor
The pastor, Rev. S. L. Gay The former pastor of St. Kathleen Streeter, reporterThe Marie Carr reporter,
has Invited James, Rev. J. B. Blacknell Deacons' and Deaconess' ,
many Important
Sisters L. Mitchell and F. Mrs Alean Miller, organistof
from and his congregation from Mt. will celebrate their
people all over the
city Butler will leave on Sunday to St. Matthew's Missionary
to add to Hermon Ft.Lauderdale will be "Financial Effort Anniversary" -
thedlpnityof the city. attend the School of MJssion,, Baptist Church Rev. N. F.
,
....
-- guests at the 3 P.m. services. Sunday, July 27 at
in Clark
emeritus
Lakeland. pastor wishesto
The 7 p.m. services will 3 p.m.Rev.Cleo Albury pastor ,
thank her friends for
find the Rev. Roscoe Jackson of Mt. Sinai Baptist Church many
the wonderful support that they
gracing the pulpit. will be the speaker. Thanking

The men have vowed to raisein .you in advance for your fullest gave her Sunday morning,
when she sponsored Guest
excess of$7,000.If cooperation the presidents:
Sunday.
you have found that thereis Deacon W. F. Covington and

something missing in your Sis. Evelyn Davis.
life come outtoSt.James"the Our revival meeting is now The spacious church could

friendly church", in process with preaching ser- not accomodate the large num-
a ber of friends who to
.w vices gathered
starting Monday,July 28
witness the ocasslonand it
August 8 at 7 p.m. The Rev.T. was
ZION HOPF of necessary to place chairs
J. James Tampa will be
the revivalist. Please come along the isle .
MR. WILLIE SCOTT
Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor out and hear this great man of
Chairman Bessie Williams, reporterThe God. Special thanks to the M. J.
Fayson, board of St. Paul A.
is the
pastor
asking entire -
Sunday promises to be a tJ1j '.. church to accompany him M. E. Church, and the
great day. The men have been .
Daughter Elks of Liberty City
-
Friday, July 25 at 8 p.m. to
working hard for weeks to MT.AARONRev. and Greater Miami Temples.
MR J. P. NEWTON New Macedonia M B.Church.
make this the biggest Men's Co-chairman Rev. Roscoe Jackson is pastorIn WILBUR JENKINS Thanks to friends who came

Day ever. behalf of their pastor's anniversary 0. L.Sample,pastor .from Opa Locks and other
The Women's Society of
The chairman Bro. Willie The morning speaker will ; The president of the Young parts from as far as Nassau. "
Christian Service held its 19th'
Scott has vowed to defeat the be the presiding elder of Sister Annie Armstrong is Matrons Society wishes to Special thanks also goes out

co-chairman, Bro. J. P.Newton the Ft. Lauderdale district, i sponsoring a tea Sunday in the thank all of the well wishersand anniversary afternoon observance 20th.on to Rev. William Washingtonfor

However, Brother Newton Dr. F. A. Allen. Those of you lining room of the church from participants on the past Sunday The special feature, July was a strong spiritual sermon

says "this will never happen"so who know Dr. Allen, know you ,1 6. Miss Cynthia Knowles "Fellowship Day"program on entitled and to the chorus, who was at

you can see, that competitive are in for a good spiritual session ,will be the guest speaker.The last Sunday. panel "Know Your its best, and to Mrs. Ellen
Stuart God-
Neighbor. Mrs.
spirit is really present. The Homemission cele-' Taylor and Miss Marie White,
public is invited to come out win was the chairman.
brate it's anniversary Sundayat who made the financial appealto
and hear th dynamic speak- Men's Day at Kelly's Chapel
3 p.m. Rev. Lowder andhis theamountof$268.97.Again
MT. SINAIRev. United Methodist Church will
STMARY'S er.On mission will be in charge of the many thanks and may God
vacation we have Bro. be held on July 27th. The
services. bless each and everyone of
and Sis. Samuel Johnson and speakers designated for this
Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor Cleo Albury, pastorB. family who's destination is for Thursday July 31 is our occasion are Commissioner you.
During our pastors vacationRev. Boney, reporterThe monthly business night we are
Georgia. They are asking the Boisey Waiters of Dania, Fla.
asking all of our members to
Hunter and Rev.
Young of all that makea service and Wilbur
morning
pastor along with other prayers they ,
be present and on time. SPIRITUAL TEA
will be in charge of services.The .
safe trip. Jenkins agent for internal Revenue
-
delegates is attending the Sun-
Let us remember the sick
male chorus will all
sing Let remember the sick Brother Charles Mitch
us -
day School and BTU Congress and shut-in,in our prayers and Invited toa
day, usher board No. 1 will 11 will You are cordially
Bethel shut-in, members of bereaved e preside during
convening at the New let us pray for our men in VietNam
serve during the 11 a.m. and families. services and Rev. William "Spiritual Tea" on Sunday,
No. 2 during the 6 p.m. ser- Baptist Church, West Palm Butler will preside during July 27 at the home of Mr.and
Beach through July 26. ,
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Rudolph Leverity,
eveningservices. The themeis
vice.The contest between our vices The church will render ser- BIBLE CHURCHOF MT. CALVARY "The New Church and the NW 70th St. from 4 6 p.m.
at St. Luke Baptist Sun-
Sunday School teachers will Work in the World."
27 at 3 Choir GOD The reader will be
limax day, July p.m. Mrs.Lucille -
on July 27.
Pleasesupport Rev. Atchison pastor
favorite No. 1 will be in charge of the Bishop E. E. Rahming, pastor Beal Wilson of Ft.Lauderdale.
teacher.
your Phyllis reporterThe
The Women's Day committee singing. Shirley Cooper, reporter Utility Voices will be Sponsor Is Dt.Gloria Francis,
Baptismal services will On Sunday the young people (' .j 6e- co-chairman State Education
is asking your support dur- here Sunday night after ser-
precede or regular worship will be in charge of the ser- t F Dept., Junior Elks of Liberty.For .
ing their dinner sales every vice. Plan to attend.
services vices.on .
Saturday. For delivery call Sunday morning. Sunday at 5:30 there will be DOUBLE ACTION your entertainment exhibits -
Get well wishes to our sick Sunday evening at 3:00 ICOLORSGRAYKAIRUK
7581601.Our baptismal services. ] of famous Negroes and
and shut-ins. we invite to come out and
sick and shut-ins re- you Please pray for ,the sick and 2 MESSES HAIR IN MKE I their works will be displayed.
be at the Mt. Neboah Faith of
main the same.Let us continueto shut-in.
Deliver, 4631 SW 26th St. -
pray for them. Our CHRISTIAN
special
On Sunday night there will bea
prayers for Michael Dames
MISSIONARYRev. program given In behalf of
who left for the Marines last

'veek. 0. D. Williams,pastor the widows.We .
Charlene Crume,reporterThe are praying for the sick JOHN HOSKINS, JR. SAYS .

and shut-in. fj .
NEW COVENANTRev. pastor and members .

ire asking everyone to come Mens Day
H. 0. Robinson,pastor j out and help us make the build- IF IT'S FRESH FISH ;
;
Betty Hill reporter At .
j ing fund drive a success. Be- Temple
On Sunday the church will ,ginning Wednesday through ; -
Members and friends of
celebrate their first annualWomen's j;Sunday various speakers wille Temple Baptist Church, 1732 YOU WANT Li: ;

and Men's Day. j> speaking. NW 3rd Ave. will observe the ..

Sister Altheria Williams of On Sunday the pastor and 12th Annual Men's Day of the '

First Faith Cathedral will ,nembers are going to worship Sunday 27th
Church on July
speak at 11 am service, with Rev. W. M. Slater and Elaborate preparations have WE HAVE IT 7 DAYS WEEK

theme: "The Women's Place congregation at 3 p.m. Please been made for the occasion,

in the Church". Sin Eula ome:: out and help us make this and a large attendance is an-

Strogier Is chairman and Sis; t L great success. ticipated.

Ruby Smith is cochairman.At Please remember the sick* The speaker for the mornIng -

3 p.m. Rev. Ferguson nd shut-in. service is Miami's own
and U BUY WE'LL FRYCALL
ond congregation of Sec indomitable, courage, civic
Baptist of Richmond and religious leader, Canon

Heights will render servicefor 7.ION HILL Theodore R. Gibson, rector of

Watson the Is men.chairman.Brother King S.. ] Christ tplSl.opallnurcn. coconut AND WE'LL HAVE IT READY

Grove. The public is
Ynii ?rp cordially invited to- -invited to come and hear his


attend. r message.During the evening service WE CARRY A COMPLETE

GREATER ST. LUKE which begins 6 p.m.,Temple
Male Chorus will render a

Rev. 0. Taylor, pastor 30-minute musical and

Alfreva Taylor, reporterThe literary program. Friendsare LINE OF YOUR FAVORITE

pastor would like to cordially invited to spendthe ,

thank our visitors and friends day at Temple.Mrs. .

who helped him to make his Lula Mae Colebrook, SEAFOOD INCLUDING

second pastor's anniversary chairman of the Sunshine .

wonderful success Special 5itev Committee, is a patient at'

thanks to the ministers who Christian and Mrs. Ellen

rendered services through his Wallace is at Fountainhead EVERYTHINGFOR

anniversary and to Rev. P. J. Convalescent Home. We wish

Bradley.,who closed the anniversary ., ," I .. .- '" -. for them and other sick mem-

James Pickett, pastor bers a Temple speedy recovery.The family extends. YOUR BOIL POTS


Our pastor's Tenth Anniversary deepest sympathy to Mrs. S.
SOUTH DADE NEWSA will begin Monday Clark and family In the death

night after the fourth Sunday of her 91-year-old uncle,
22nd AVE. BETTER SEAFOOD
Tom Thumb Wedding will
with St.John Baptist Church, Richard Richardson (Capt.
be sponsored by various Women's Rev. Johnson,pastor.Tuesday Rick). He died July 17th at

Day captains at Bethel Wednesday Pompano and funeral serviceswere
Baptist Church, 14440 Lincoln night night appointee.Drake Memorial held on Sunday. 5807 N.W. 22 AVE. 633-6606

Blvd., Richmond Heights, on Baptist Church Rev.Dunn pas The pastor wishes to thank
Saturday, Aug. 9 at 7:30 p.m. and
tor. Thursday night Sunrise Templeites others who
Donation is' 25?. Rev. 0. W. Baptist Church and Friday, motored to Florida City and Hours : Mon.ihruSat:8:30: AM-9:30PM
West Is
pastor. Brown's Chapel Rev. J. E. rendered service at the Sun-
South Dade vacationers include day School and B.T.U. Convention -

Pamela Jenkins and Angela Brown Let ,us pastor.remember the sick of the Atlantic Coast Open SUNDAY From 8:00 2:00 PM

Wilson who are spending and shut-ins in our prayers. .Baptist Association.
some time In St. Petersburg.




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. Urban League ProgramsWhat s' Call To Action---Housing I


under-funding however,plagues most of our housingand
does the Urban iferral, to serving the entire The National Urban League has" submitted to President Serious The previous Administration
League do? This is a question black community as a unit by Nixon recommendations on the Urban and racial crisis.In housing-related 1 billion 400 programs.million dollars for Urban Renewal and
heard frequently by some seeking to organize black people its totality this document is a summary of every racial requested ?million 500 thousand dollars. The
50 staff members of Urban to bring about changes in issue in America and possible solutions. For this reason, the Congress appropriated 500 m1l11on for the Model ClUes progra'm
League as they go about the 'the inequities of the system.In we would like to share with our readers the Urban L e a g ue's Administration requested from, Congress was 312 million
and the appropriation
community doing their jobs. order to answer the ques- position on the problem that confronts every black American

The answer is that the Urban tion in brief, as to what the racism and the effects of racism. dollars. for lack of adequate
League is working towards Urban League is,doing, Miss Because of the length of the recommendations, "A Callto Other critical programs are foundering the Home Ownership Con-
them are
solving the problems of black Maxine Thurston, program Action" is being printed weekly in 10 parts. Today's financial support. Among Housing Assistance Grants for Tenant
Rental
citizens, problems that exist Director has prepared a summary article is the eighth in this series. tract Authority Planned, Areawide Development Low and Moderate
because of white racism. The description of programs HOUSINGThe services.
and Technical
needs of black people is the offered. Here reprinted, so Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968 representsone Income Sponsor Fund, the Fair Housing Por gram -
of the most decisive legislative advances to date toward Serivces. Some have been drastically impaired
business of the, Urban League. that anyone Interested in the
the Urban
fulfillment of the goal first articulated by the Congress 20 The National Urban League recommends that. ,
basis
Whether it is an individual ; League, will learn the ser- least at
b e,funded at
Model Cities programs .
and
of decent home and a suitable living e nvironmentfor Renewal
where there are programsthat ,vices that are available and years ago "a
can d ir e c tl y offer asis- also where to go for Luther in- every American family." levels requested by the previous Administration. of 1968
with the Act of 1965 which We consider full funding of the entire Housing Act
tance or make the right re- 'formation.Mr. Taken in conjunction Housing ,
established grant supplement programs, and the Demonstration essential to any serious attack on the urban crisis, and we are
Cities and Metropolitan Development Act of 1966, the particularly concerned about the low level funding of certain

_ Whitney Young's'New Book 1968 Housing Act greatly expands our potential for dealing key sections of the Act.
with the housing problems at the core of the urban crisis, Sections 235 (Home Ownership Contract Authority) and

the Exe- makes concrete but unless it is fully funded, we can expect no more progressin Section 236 (Rental Housing Assistance) were both funded at
Whitney M. Young, Young and should be fundedat
cutive Director of the National demands toward "building an the next 20 years than we have made in the last 20 years. one-third of the Administration request
of the 1968 Act lies in the the full level of the original request.
I The major Importance Housing
has and
Urban pub- passing
League just Open Society, for families
which facilitates home ownership
Section 237
realistically ,
official establishment of housing production rates -
lished his latest book, "Be- beyond the racism which
with bad credit, has not been funded at all, and Section 106,
yond Racism." threatens black and white a- estimated to meet the demands of the current housing
like. crisis., providing for technical services for indigenous non-profit

In his own unique way, Mr. Fully funded, It would increase total housing production to sponsors, is seriously underfunded.We .
Young tells what the problemsare 2.6 million units a year, or about double the current rate, and also recommend that the Administration require the
how created increase production of low and moderate income housing to Federal Housing Administration to pick up mortgages under
they were ,
the damage they have caused 600,000 units per year, or six times the current production Section 235 of the 1968 Housing Act, since the conventional
of such housing. mortgage market is unwilling to do so. Without such action,
and perhaps most Importantly -
he writes an extensive and This latter provision would permit us to eliminate all sub- Section 235 will''become inoperative and home ownership opportunities -
: rjI compelling, discussion of what standard housing In the country in ten years., This anal must for the poor, limited at best, will be further im-

the Individual- black or white be met. paired.

can do to cure the racist
disease in our society.
Whitney Young has been labeled Miamians To Attend NUL ConferenceThe
by the New York Timesas
a "relevant radical", and 58th National Urban Another workshop highlightwill dent, Mrs. Eddie Daniels who Miss Johnnie Mae Robinson,
many publications have called League Conference will beheld focus on the League's new will receive her 25 year pin and Mrs. Marilyn Salmon.

him the most creative civil in Washington, D.C. July proposal to abolish the wel- in a ceremony during the con- More than 2500 delegates,
a' M rights leader in the nation. 27-31. The theme of the con- fare system and replace it witha ference din n e r and James civil rights, education gov-

"Beyond Rae Is m", des- With this book he has established ference, "Ghetto Power inAc- minimum income plan. Royal, president of Browns- ernment, labor and religious
Attending conference ville Community Council willalso leaders are expected to attend -
cribes with tough fairness, himself as anauthor tion" will revolve around
Black America and white A- with a message to America more than 90 strategy work- from Miami is a large contin- attend.Staff members go- .
I' merica. 'In the words of one that must not be ignored shops concerned with such gent of local people, including ing to Washington for the con-
from the Urban League Board, ference are T. :Wlllard Fair, SACRIFICE f
reviewer, Mr. Young's book White racism is a disease subjects as: 'Job discrimination -
tells better than anyotherbook that is tearing Americaapart, and Upgrading, The Youth Mrs. Maude K. Reid, presi- Executive director, Miss Large residential lot at
dent and Board members Maxine Thurston director 2230 NW 154th St., Opa-
racist the Health ; ,program -
on our society it and Rebellion Housing
and we have to, study locka. For sal. sign !I. I lacatod -
"cul-de-sac view of life which Problems Police and Community Moyshe Zilber, Raymon Elvin Dean, Lee A. .
seek a cure for it, Just as we on tr.*. Eaty t rm*
is forced upon the Negro almost do research on other diseases Relations, ,Community Thornton, and Dewey Knight. Black, Earl McCloud Mar- by owner. Phon.t' 373-3317
from ,birth"., that kill. ." I control of Education and Other Mrs. Ann Lindsey Packard garet Brown, Miss Launlta or hom.i HI 82170.
facilities Urban League Guild presi- Gaiter, Miss Carolyn Boston,

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Each week we will answer year college credit,who would, / MIGHT FIND
) questions about the Urban like to get in radio or T. V., OUT SOMETHING -

League and, also community what are my chances? /
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( concerns, Including housing, Mr. W. B.There .
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education, Jobs, health and is a new program,
welfare. Just getting started here in Mi- 3y7eiM//7/MErBK ;

If you have any questions you ami, called Broadcast Skills .AAI 5-b
would like to see answered by Bank that is aimed at attract-

this column, call 377-3681 ing and assisting members of

(Monday through Friday,from minority groups to find careers MOVE IN HO 51x OF US GUYS GOT '
y 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.), and ask for in broadcasting. CLOSER ON -HA. HQi NO MORE: PAID 300 GRAND --

the "Ask Us" editor. Presently, Mr. Sam Moncur iiAXJLQUBBUNCH ._ _.5MAlL.I1ME-CR1ME-FO .-J UST 'FOR t3 FTABBTtf
".. I heard there is a course. nf QIC is recruiting-interest-- / ME / THlMk.- 50 6' FOR OFF A DAME FOR --
this summer for preparation ed people for referral to the
AN EVENING'S WORK
to attend college. Can you tell Skills Bank. Call Mr. Moncurat ,, ;:,, BABYll'
me who is offering this? Miss 691-3811. HEY-OIUE
M.S. Recently there was an arti- '' JUST CAME

You are referring to the cle In the Times about aSouth pbj r IN/ SHUT
1 "How To Study in College" Dade Fair Housing Group. : f :. IT OFF'
course co-sponsored by the, They gave a number to call, r ,
Greater Miami Y.M.C.A. and I which I misplaced and would
.the University of Miami. D: like to know. Thank you. QUIET DOWN t9 ?
will consist of 5 lectures,from I Mr. & Mrs. R. T. aPEWTER: COPS
July 21-25 willhelpschoo I That number is 667-4951. MIGHT HEAR/

graduates to adjust to collegelife. I This is groups of black and
Call the YMCA at 373-, ,white volunteers sponsored
1 5302 for enrollment: details, by the Urban League Operation
I am a young black man,with!I Eauality TOOTOO LATE, 0 MOMENTS LATER' DU/E
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PRATTS KINDERGARTENOn adults. Make spendingmoney. Fees-No Money Down- .,
Write call Mrs. Restaurant, Hotel
June 18 Pratt's Kinder- nished the lovely music for the attractive with the class colorof or I
Domestic,
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Leis were presented. as dents In their caps and gowns. 696.3515
guests arrived at the door, Co June 20 the class for'69 pra t t's Kindergarten is MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE "
which gave an atmosphere of held Its graduation at the open year round, phone 635-
being In Hawaii. James E. Scott's Center at 7th 3161, res. 634-5085, 2925 NW MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
Mrs. Doris Copeland fur Avenue. The setting was quite 58th St. mydressmaker APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.

THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.

Disabled American Veterans Hold PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!

I 6026 NW lth AVENUE

InstallationDade MIDSUMMER
INVENTORY SALE WE'VE MOVED!!!

County's Police Bene- Hall, Sr. Vice Commander; Murray, Treasurer; Mary Reduced prices on all mer Magic City & Harlem Cabs
volent Hall was the scene of Herman Dallas,Jr.Vice Com Blatch, Chaplain; Clarice Lit. ...Many good selections. ,
the installation ceremony of mander; Moses Clemons, tles, Adjutant; Bernadina Mc- Operating the Citgo Service Station
Sgt. Daniel W. Mulliens Chap Chaplain; William Jackson, Lendon, Exec.Committee Wo- 'Pants & Skirts' NEW
ter 39 of the Disabled American Treasurer; Edward H. Hanna, man; Loyela Turner, Conduc- Are Our Specialty LOCATION 1501 NW 62 St.

Veterans and the Auxiliary Jr. Adjutant; William Littles, tress; Alma B. Morris,
of the Chapter, July 20 at 4 Sgt-At-Arms; Harry Nabbie, Americanism Chairman; NEW 696.6400
p.m. A large number of area Officer of the day; Wayman Membership Chairman, Mary NATIONALINDUSTRIAL PHONF
chapters and their friends wit- Jackson, Three year Trustee; Weston; Verne Tinker, His- BANKof DRIVERS WANTED
nessed the impressive cere- James I. Green, Service Officer torian; Child Welfare, Susoe Miami Full time or Part-time
mony. Thomas Johnson, Two Young; Hospital Chairman,
Office
Installing officer of the Year Trustee; Morgan Tharp, Vera Nabbie; Entertainment BANK REPOSSESSIONS Apply at

chapter was 1st District Com- Legislative Chairman and Al- Chairman Doris Williams; 1965 Chevy Impala super-
mander Steve DICiacco. Ruth din Everette, Musician. Athalie Mulliens, Jr.Sponser;
sport. WHERE OTHER READERS HAVE FAILED
Decker, past department com- Auxiliary officers are Arle Publicity, Janie Mae Cook and
SHE HAS SUCCEEDED
mander was Installing officer Mae C1 e m o n s,Commander; Mable Rogers, Sgt.-at-arms. l 1964 CoJillac Sedan d.VIII.
for,the Auxiliary. Placiel W.HallSr.,Vice Com- National Commander Marie MOTHER ANN
Newly elected officers for Waldman witnessed the cere- 1965 Bonnevllle Pontiac Spiritual Reader and AdvisorAre

1969-1970 are Leonard De- mander; Mary Alice Brown, mony and brought greetings Lowttt Prices in Town you facing difficult problems? Poor Health? ..i'
Veaux, Commander; James H. ,Jr., Vice Commander; Bessie' from headquarters. Come in,'See or Call Money or Job Trouble?Drink, Love or Family Troubles life??
. 1J. Do you want more happiness and good fortune In
0.: MR. DUFFY: 759-4431 ,if you have any of these problems or others like them,
deer friend, there Is wonderful news of a remarkablenew
way of help. Also your lucky, days and lucky
IN CASE YOU ARE SEWING MACHINE num .II. See Mother Ann today.'$5 reading, $3 with Ad.
1969 ZIG-ZAC'PORTABLE OPEN A,M. tO 9 P. M. NO APPOINTMENT I NECESSARY

Zig-Zag slightly used. No Phone: 691-9583 9751 N. W. 27th Avenue
attach.needed to monogram, MIAMI. FLORIDA
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controls built In.. Sows with
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THE MIAMI TIMES. 'Friday, July 25, 1969 j!

New Black In Atlanta Public Relations Firm I

.. .
). ATLANTA Waymon Scott lege in Atlanta. He did additional with special expertise for re- \I
"MYTIME" ,Wright, formerly staff representative study in the field of lating to the black com ,q
[t in the Public Relations public relations at Syracuse munity." i 1M 1R
Department of the Coca- University and the State Uni-
) Cola Company was named 6 versity of Iowa City. He Is a
) president of the public relations member of numerous civic,

) firm, Wright, Jackson, community and professional
Fv PHIL DIXON () Brown, Williams, Stephens, organizations, including the
{ & Bond, Inc. of which he Is Board of Directors of the At-
....
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z.yo.oWhile part-owner, effective July 1, lanta Jaycees, and presidentof
Nell, Buz and Mike did their little thing on and off the according to an announcementby A the Board of the Robinson
moon, we had quite a few things going on the earth. My only S.Warren Jackson execu- Boys' Club. Wright has also
worry about the astronauts is that what do they do for an en- tive vice president of the firm. recieved many hours, such as
core? Those guys did a heck of a job on an almost picture Included In the same an- the WSB Radio Beaver Award,
book flight. My Congrats fellows, I hate to be waiting in the nouncement was that part- Jaycees, recognition and is R
wings to follow your act. owner Ben-Brown, formerly listed in the 1968 Outstanding <
For those of you that took time off from the show from out with the Atlanta Urban Young Men of America, and A+
there," to go up and look at the 1969 Dolphins; I hope you en- League and the National Al- 1969 Personalities of the
joyed yourselves. Before I come up with an opinion or a comment liance of Businessmen, had WAYMON S. WRIGHT South. ''''''-.'' y-i 1d.NF
; ril see who George Wilson and staff have around after joined the firm as vice president lations director for theAtlanta According to Wright, the Pvt. Johnny Lee Kemp has
the exhibition season. For some reason, I don't put too much 'and director of political Falcon C lub for one y e a r. firm is unique in many as- enlisted In the U. S. Army.He
faith or'confidence In pre-season games. They are to try un- affairs. Brown is alsoa mem- He was a reporter for the Co- pects. Unlike other black- is at Fort Jackson, South Ca-
tired, new and traded players. From people who saw the game ber of the 'Georgia, Legisla lumbia (South Carolina) Re- owned firms throughout the rolina undergoing an eight
and wanted to talk afterwards, they had high hopes for the ture. cord, after serving for five nation, Wright, Jackson, week basic training cours ..
Dolphins, me, still have no comments. ''I want to see how Atlanta-based firm recently years as public relations and Brown, Williams, Stephens, After he finishes basic train-
much soul George has around., moved its offices tothe sports information directorfor & Bond,Inc.willbe solely concerned ing he will then be transferredto
Richie and Joe came back] Joe ate a little,crow and Richiea new 34-story Equitable Build Voorhees College, Den with, "public relationsand Lackland Afrforce Base,
little pride. Joe might be what the Jets need to make a decent ing' at 100 Peachtree Street. mark, South Carolina. communications serviceand Amarlllo, Texas. '
showing; but other than filling out the roster, Richie cad Before joining the Coca- The 29-year old Wright is counsel for the business, Pvt. Kemp is the son of Mr. .
only be another Phllly. The Jets with their season before Cola Company in 1967,Wright a native of Denmark, and agraduate educational and political communities and Mrs. Willie Lee Kemp,Sr.
them have a half of a chance with Joe running the team, of served as assistant public re- of Morehouse Col- across the board, of 1816 NW 59th Street.who .
making the eastern division play offs. After that who knows?
The Phillies with seven more rlchies, will only finish in the
first division in the East. "MERCURY" MORRISNo
The world, along with myself, losted another talent. Roy other player in the history of collegiate -
Hamilton went to his rest.The man upstairs wanted and needed are A football has ever gained more
him more than we. Rest on Roy! ., yards in a career ((3,388)). His explosive
in the event anyone is wondering what happened to Butter- running skills will also be used on punts
ball Smith, since WAME went country and western, he is a ..'?:' and kickoff returns.
., ,"
,
chef. He only opens on Sunday afternoons for a select clien these .. KARL KREMSER
tele. The kids at Kendall, and Parkways children homes can .,::,," Soccer kickers in pro football have prov-
recommend Butter highly. Every Sunday afternoon he and his I >:," B en their place. Kremser, from Tennessee,
family and friends have a soul cook-out for these kids. And ? +' ,1,$.:. could be just as good as Gogolak or
until you get around to the soul beans or get a soul bone, you m en ." \r.0I',:, Stenerud. He won some big games for
don't know what life is. Some Sunday afternoon when you run the Vols. "
out of things to do, come out and join the Smiths and bring BILL STANFILL
something for the kids. In case you are wondering, I've never '
The Dolphins feel this .
A 6-foot-5,255-pound* '
seen these kids refuse to eat.
l C er from the U. of Georgia will make
Chump of the week: Bernie Hicks How much did it cost f y. a ,
/ great defensive end. He was our NO. 1 1Lam
kid? You should have gotten the information from the horses draft pick.JIMMY .

mouth.Sport of the week: "Red" the next time I ask how many, B MINES
come up with a number,other than 25.I still don't believe you! This pencil-slim 22-year old from California I
Until the next time sport, be good. D achieved his goal of an Olympic :
gold medal in dazzling style. Now Jim-
my's anxious to get started as a pro receiver IJ

; Brentwood Pool Conducts / j iJACK
I-
/ CLANCY ;
I ,,
I it ;; The Dolphins great young receiver of )
Swimming Classes / E 1967 will be back in, full stride after sitting 'ry
out 1968 with a knee injury. He's a
Brentwood pool, a facility';, (,,1/\ great team performer and leader. !
of the Metropolitan Dade
mw '. BOB HEINZ
County Parks and Recreation &J- / \ D
E Sometimes the small college athlete turns
Department, is conducting
C F out to be
an exceptional professional.
iMERSOfTELEVISION
classes in swimming, water
Bob Heinz, a 6-6 270-pound broth of a
safety and lifesaving to the
,
lad from Pacific University has that potential
The located at
public. pool, + !
18800 NW 28th Pl.,charges an
admission fee of 15 cents per 1

child, and 40 cents for an adult.Brentwood's I ... i
,f
__ : Man Power
swimming more
schedule is as follows; Mon- L )
day Friday: 9 am 12:00,
swimming lessons; 9 am /
.
9:40, beginners; 9:45 am -
10:35, beginners; 10:30 a.m for this year'sthere's

11:10, ,advanced beginners;
11:15 am-12:00,intermediateand
swimming. "-

Wednesday adult night 5:30 sIL vl A
;
\
) 8 p.m. adult swimming and I' 1 :' MMfflLflGIphifl I
', MODEL 11P50A WITH t "
....,- lessons. Monday, Tuesday, I > '
r11lursday;,; and Friday: 5:30 PRIVATE LISTENING "
,\ 8 pm recreational swimming. J4., ,1 ,,' ,'
\ Saturday: 9 a.m. 12 noon EARPHONE /'iI t ''I"I'! :':'It The Dolphins had a great year in 1968 thanks to men

recreational swimming; 1p.m. $5.00 ", like Bob Griese, Karl Noonan, Jim Kiick, Larry Csonka, ,Man-

5 p.m. recreational ,,:' ny Fernandez, Dick Anderson, Norm Evans, Billy 'Neighbors,

__ swimming. \ .., ; Jimmy Warren, Howard Twilley and many, many more. It ;
I Sunday and weekdays: 1- 5 DOWNCall .' _ft':;, :;\; :' was a young squad which came of age as the season prog- i
\ p.m. recreational swimming. ressed.

Junior and senior lifesaving The 1969 Dolphins should be even better. When this

classes will be announced in 7515629NO "new blood" (pictured above) is added to last year's third-
the near future. For further
information, please call pool BRUISING ,ACTION place squad, a potential title contender emerges.

j ;." manager, Chuck Fink, at 624- CREDIT Speed, experience, heft and aggressiveness'are all rep-
1640. REQUIRED when resented in these men plus a leg which can kick a field
goal from more than 50 yards
away. ,
: DOGS TO WATCH
{ the Yes, things look bright for the Dolphins in "'69, and the

i *.',( POSO Set for grade a win. ALSO: Big Boys Play way to insure yourself good seats for all 9 home games is to

.'. '1: APROPOS Blacing hurdler I FURNITUHr purchase season tickets today.
(', to PA'S MINI -Should move up. *
;; ; BUCCARA Speedy'Engllsh STEREOSW.T.APPLIANCES

1> CLEAR pup. RUN-Really running., SEASON TICKETS AVAILABLE AT

;+( '\ MIAMI TIMES WELLS $5450 and $4550 *

; Includes 50c for mailing and certification
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li'i i .THEY 45 N.W. 54th Street AMIMICANFOOTIAll For additional information, visit, write or call the Dolphin
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday. July 25., 1969 29

_._ -- /$ -Sued For Divorce, $2.5 Million Mothers I
SOUl singer james Brown To Train Welfare
has been sued for divorce by
his wife, Velma Warren, who A $2.5 million "ga mble" gram during a luncheon. to their children and break on welfare from generation I
says they have Insurmounta to rid Florida's welfare rolesof The Joint federal-state experiment -. the cycle of families livingMEMBERSHIP to generation Osborne said.

ble marital problems.The some $75 million In liabilities with Florida I
petition ,filed In Augusta was reported Friday serving as the national gui- DRIVE
Ga., said the Browns In Miami by Lt. Gov. Ray nea pig, will set up Job train- The Masonic War Veteransof veterans organization.
were married in 1953 and 4t.rt Osborne. ing centers aimed at motherson the State of Florida are
separated in 1964. They have The No. 2 man in Florida's welfare rolls. proudly pleased to announce For futher details call 864-
four children. Mrs. Brown government speaking in If, mothers can be trainedfor that their 1969 MembershipDrive 3349 or write to Peter Frazin, I
lives in Toccoa, Ga. his co-role as secretary of Jobs, chances are they is now in progress Join 235 78th Street, Miami Beach,
commerce, described the pro- will pass along this incentive the world's most distinguished Fla. 33141.

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MISCELLANEOUSAnyone FEMALE LAUNDRY HELP

CLASSIFIED ADS abouts knowing of RAYMOND the where-E. Flat work, feeders,folders. Good wages. Excellent -

I HOGAN please call 312-624- ,company benefits. Paid vacation.,
20 WORDS OR LESS $2.00 IOC FOR EACH ADDITIONAL .VORD. 0590. Must be 18 or over. Apply between 10 a.m. '&

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED, ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. 5 p.m. No phone calls please."National Linen -
The Is
Mary Elizabeth Loung Service, 1950 NW 1st Ave. Ask for Mr.
management..
under new
going
FOR SALE FOR SALE Findley.
Miss Mason will be at the
1236 NW 31st St.- bedrooms 2 cabs. Northwestern Cabs. Couple or single person to lounge from 9-11 each day
CBS, stove and refrigerator, 2400 NW 62nd St. 635-4312. share private home Opi-loeka to interview applicants for the I
fenced in yard, a real fire area., Reasonable. Call 688- positions of barmaids and MALE LAUNDRY HELP I
place. Total price $11,500 FHA DUPLEX 4860. Call Sunday in the a.m. waitresses. Black or white. Loaders, pullers, extractor operators. Good
terms. Aetna RealtyBroker), Beautiful bedroom on 1 side 642 NW 2nd Avenue wages. Production bonus. Excellent
811 NW 54th St. Phone 757- and large furnished efficiencyin company
566 NW 22nd Street, Rear benefits. Paid vacation. Permanent job. Must
5724. rear. Large utility room, 1 bedroom, unfurnished apt.: DRAPERIEStaken
nice location. Priced $13,500, Immediate occupancy. $20 wk. down, cleaned, decorator be 18 or over. Apply in mornings. No phone

414 NW 32nd St. two large $350 down payment ($100 to We pay water.Call Mr.Gross, folded and rehung.Drap- calls please. Ask for Mr. Findley, National
two bedroom houses on'one Vets) no closing costs. Drive daily, 444-6126, eves. 448- ery rods installed.: LUSTRA/ Linen Service, 1950 NW 1st Avenue.
lot. Newly remodeled all electrlc by then call us: 185 NW 68th 2824. TONE DRAPERY SERVICE.
kitchen In front house, Ter. Fenster Realty, Broker 687-8022 BANK
wall to wall carpeting. Pricedat 759-8779. Now! Waterfront retirement CALLING
$20,000, terms available.See living --- none profit rentalsat REPOSSESSIONS RICHMOND HEIGHTS
then call Aetna Realty "BEAUTIFUL HOME" tropical Florida's finest ad- MADAM KAYA 1967 Cadillac I Sedan MIAMI, HOMESTEAD,
(Broker), 811 NW 54th Street 2 bedroom home plus garage, dress. Conveniently close gifted spiritualist reader Deville OPA-LOCKA
Phone 757-5724. located in the heart of Manor downtown beaches. Car un- and advisor ,
NEEDEDiManagers
park area. Close to schools necessary. New highrise for Guaranteed to help. Advice on 1965 Chevy I Impala I women. We will train you
347 NW 43rd St. Small cozy and shopping, large enough teachers and other retired all problems -- love, mar- Super Sport for position with distri
home for newlyweds or retire that it may be used as a three professionals. All facilities riage, courtship, business butors of Holiday Magic
"\""" ed couple. Extra large lot, bedroom home. Wall to wall activities for active retire- transactions. Help find loved 1965 Bonnevi 'lie 1 Pontiac or Cosmetics part.ttms.products Small Investment Full

stove, refrigerator carpets, plus many fine fea- ment write CTA: Towers,1809 ones and lost articles. Guaranteed brings you generous .
$10,500, downpayment $350. tures, shown by appointmentonly Brickell Ave.., Miami, Fla. help. She succeeds 1966 Galaxie 500 Ford commsslon, unusual opportunity -
(Vets or 221 people$100).You : Call us for all informa- 33129. Phone 3778021. where others have failed. She est growing In America.consumer Fast In..
m u s t see this one. Aetna tion, Fenster Realty, Broker, (Ag. 8)) gives you lucky days and lucky Come in or Call: dustry. Must have good appearance .
Realty (broker), 811 NW 54th 759-8779. numbers. Blessed oil and Mr. Duffie at:. and intelligent
St. Phone: 7575724. lucky charms for the home. National I I Industrial manner.
4225 NW 168th Terrace LOST OR STOLEN From 9 to 9 dally. She is a Bank of Miami Appointment I
75-79 NW 47th Terrace two FHA $600 down, plus closing true Instrument of God. She Call after 5 p.m.
houses on one lot, two stoves, costs. 3 bedroom,2 baths,Fla. Beige and brown straw bag helps and heals by prayer. 6013 NW 7th Avenue MR. SAWYER
two refrigerators, nice closein room, pool, awnings, stove, and black leather bag with 688917811601 NW 7th Ave. 159-4321 634-9024 I
location. Live in one, rent wall to wall carpeting, air gold chain from car at NW 60th
the other. FHA$20,000,down- conditioner In bed roo m with St. and 17th Avenue Saturday
payment $1,000, no closing reverse cycle. Total price afternoon. Finder please call NOTICE
costs. Aetna Realty(Broker), $16,500. $117.89 month principal 693-1703 or return to Miami This is to notify'the public Training Jobs Open Now
811 NW 54th St. Phone: 757- 1 and Interest., Triple S. Times office. that the Rev. Msgr. Donald
5724. Realty, 961-3359 (Hollywood) Small Anthony has beenre- U you have no experience, but want to work. here is
duced to the status of a priest, an opportunity to work and learn a new trade. Allyou
2280 NW 94th St. CBS 2 bed- No qualifying for these homes HELP WANTED deposed and discharged from have to do is apply for a Job at the Employment Service

room, 1 bath plus extra large (1)) 2 bedrooms, bath, kitchen, all duties at Saint Peter's Ca- Office listed below, :

Florida room. Garage, air- living room caroort.radially Junior electronic technicianwith thedral, 1811 NW 4th Court,
((1) We. have an, opening for a slitting machine operator.
conditioned, dove, refrigerator furnished. $7,900 total. clerical ability;some and Sacred Heart Mission
washing machine and lots (2) 4 bedrooms, 2 bath, rental answering American Catholic Church is Experience is not necessary. The working hours are 8
typing, phone ,
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday Friday for a salary of $1.60
of extras. FHA$20,500,down- unity could make monthly pay simple bookkeeping; ability to not responsible for any debts '
payment $1,100, monthly pay- ments, only$27.Partially furnished perform minor repairs on contracted by said Rev. Don- an hour or more depending on your,ability.
((2)) A NW area employer has an opening for a production
ment $143.85. No closing $7,900 total. electronic equipment.CallMrs. ald Small Anthony, since he
costs. A beauty, don't let this (3)) 2 bedroom, 1 bath,kitchen, Landin 642-7517 weekdays does not represent the said machine operator. Experience is not necessary. The
Aetna living room rental unit could starting salary is $1.80 an hour and you would work from
one get away. Realty 9-5. An equal opportunity church, in any capacity. Most
11': (Broker), 811 NW 54th St. Ph. make monthly payment, only employer. Rev. H. Francis Wilkie Arch- 8 a.m, to 4:30 p.m. Monday Friday. '
'157-5'124. ,$38. Total $9,000.D. bishop Metropolitan Primate.Mr. ((3) A Miami employer needs a material handler. Experience :
Is no You would work from 8
necessary. a.m.
Goodman Sons
Experienced hairstylist witha Clarence Saunders having ;
3010 NW 159m St.-4 bedroom, 2688 NW 62nd Street following to work in a busy previously been installedin to 5 p.m. Monday Friday and8a.m. to 1 p.m on Satur ,
2 bath Florida room terrazzo 691-0380 day. The starting salary Is $2.00 an hour.
fashionable shop that is going this cathedral as lay reader l
floors. Completely fenced. places in the Miami area, by our Primate will conductthe
Asking $18,000, terms can be BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY I III Supreme Wig and Beauty Salon necessary services in the Apply for all these jobs at the Industrial Office, Florida -
arranged.. Call now Aetna Ladies .- for a small Investment State EmploymentService,1350NW12thAvenueRoom
8110 NW 17th Ave. 691-9392. absence of a Priest. May it
Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th you can go into the retail (Ag. 29) please God to bless and pour 280. Employement Service offices are open from 8 a.m. to I
St. Phone 757-5724. cosmetics business with one of his grace upon him that he may 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
the nations leading cosmetics Middle or retired male or duly execute this office to the t
2801 NW 164th St. 3 bedrooms company. For Information call female for dry cleaning drop edifying of his church, and the
2 baths, CBS home. 696-8066 after 12 p.m. off counter service.Also per- glory of his holy name. I
Fenced all around.Total price son for cleaning store. Call HELP WANTEDNeeds
$17,000 terms. No quali- CBS Duplex or large family''
Al Gibbs 661-7428.
;, fying. Aetna Realty (Broker), 5 bedroom, furnished. Leav- FOR SALE salesman desiring to earn $400-$700 per

s 811 NW 54th St. Phone: 757- ing town. $20.000. Your own HOME & INCOME per week plus incentive bonuses.
Middle age or retired male or
5724. financing. For information 35 NW 41st Street
1 call 757-0289, near bus. 7028 female for dry cleaning drop Front house, 2 bedroom, Call 751-3172
2452 NW 87th St. CBS 2 bed NW,2nd Court. off counter service. Alsoperson CBS. Rear house, 2 bedroom -,
room, 1 bath, stove and re- for cleaning store.CallAl frame.$85 mo. income.

frigerator, wall to wall car Good used furniture. We sell GIbbs, 661-7428. NO QUALIFYING sss---ss.--sss ssm ss.-ss -ss,--s--
peting, draperies. Total price for less. open daily and Sun- $1,000 Down $85 Month t
$14,000, $1,500 down, termsto day. Furniture sale starts at 1817 NW 93rd Terrace 1 1

be arranged. Aetna Realty 10 a.m. Thursday. The K & K Nice i 2 bedroom, partly
(Broker), 811 NW 54th St. Ph. Store, 8609 NW 22nd Avenue. KING fume Owner will hold mart-, 1

I 757-5724. (Jl 25).. gage. Hurry, this will sell

General fast.
2476 NW 101 Street FOR_ J RENT I 1-
4 bedrooms 2 baths, excellent --- -$45H( OWN-FrrA t
condition fenced back yard. Nice double room for rent. Hauling 14444 NW 37th Street 1 1
$15 week. 1 week's
deposit and
$4,500 down to the existing Lovely 2 bedroom, 1 bath, ,
one week's rent. Call Mr. 1401 N.W. ';11<'1
mortgage of $11,600 at $98 a Fla rm, CBS, nice location, "1
Speight at, 691-6215 or 691- this will sell fast. '. 1
month pays all. Call 238-3604., 7076. 51st Terrace Hurry, 1
...
.'. Saunders Broker. ALLAPATTAH REALTY
,, Phone
I Room rent man only.Clean 696-3698 633-0426 Realtors See the Lady from the Land of Miracles 1
I 1081 NW 61st St. PL 8-4164.
Zenith combiDatioaAMFM SISTER DIANE
radio with bar, excellent Room men. 758-1539.
,condition. Call 754-3927.7- 1 Will read your entire life without asking any 1
8 p.m. Monday Friday. Room. Men only. 759-0450. Permanent Positions Open questions, gives advice'on all affairs of life 1

Room in Male And FemaleRNs 1 such as Love, Courtship i Marriage, Law 1
private home. Cook-
fa.:. Boarding or rooming. CBS ing facilities Liberty City Suits and Business Speculation. Tells you 1
( 1 nine room house, lone room area. phone: 758-8128. and LPNs Who and When you will marry. She never fails 1

\ studio house. Storage and tool AIDES and ORDERLIESWork 1 to reunite the Separated, cause Speedy and 1

house. 2 lot corner.' By owner. Room for rent. Deposit re- 1 Happy Marriages, overcomes Enemies and 1
2485 NW 57th St. quired. In a modern odor free North Miami nurs-
Working middle 'ageman 1 Bad Luck of all kinds. 1
only. 754-6816 or 693- ing home. Liberal insurance and vacation TELLS YOUR LUCKY DAYS & NUMBERS 1

1975-77-79 NW 22nd Avenue. 4409 after 7 p.m. benefits. 1 Don't be discouraged if others have failed to help you. 1
Building consisting of three 1 She does what others claim to do. One visit will con-
: ( large stores, bathrooms,park Elderly woman wants the same CHAT CONVALESCENT vince you this gifted Spiritualist Medium is superior 1
\ area, choice location, excellent male or female to share home 1 to any reader you have ever consulted. '
I for offices,'clinic or and expenses. Call 634-0255. HOME With this ad, you get,a free lucky number 1

I medical center, asking $40- PRI VATE & CONFIDENTIAL READINGS DAILY 1
000, 25%.down, seller :will 2 nice frame houses. $20 and 13650. NE 3rd Court N. Miami EVERYONE WELCOME "
i 4 carry first mortgage. Carlton '$25 week. Prefer to sell to rhone: 758.4401 1 Hours 9:00 a.m. to 9iOO p.m. daily 1
{ Realty, Realtors, '693-4772. right party."$100 down, balance o 14060 NW 1th AVE' 688-9123 1essassse.ssss
f ,j Evenings and Sunday 759-6500 weekly. NE 5-5566. 111 g tt 10 8IH g tt 8 0 P 0 0 0 ?C 0 0 01 99 9 0i0_ L JL A .( .I
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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday 25 ,-
July 1969 31REPORTS

I Red Cross

*
Needs DriversMiami
f
residents, both men
and women, who have as lit-
BY HALEY SOFGE r
tle as five hours free time each

Director of Dade County Department of week for community serviceand
are competent drivers,
Housing and Urban Development are urged to call Red Cross
headquarters 751-6661, and
offer to transport a child or
adult patient to clinic or hospital -
J for treatments.
Since Red Cross is the main
community agency offering
this type of transportation
service, the number of deserving -
requests far outnum- THE LOOK IS THE TREASURY

ber those who can be accepted Architect's rendering shows the look .of The Treasury stores planned by
because of lack of J.. C. Penney Company, Inc., for the South Florida and Miami metorpolitan
teers.sufficient number of volun- markets. The Treasury's initial effort to serve this market will result ,in the

Any recruit who wishes to simultaneous opening of two large units in 1970. The buildingswith

use his or her own car for an distinctive inverted "V" lines-will be approximately 180,000 square
assignment may do so.other- feet ,in area. The units will have stone and glass facades and will be builton

wise, Red Cross station- one level for customer convenience. These stores will serve as one-stop-,
wagons are provided. shopping centers and will include a health and beauty aid department, dry
Building contractors are four weeks ahead of cleaning department, a restaurant a pharmacy and ethical drug department,
schedule, promising housing by Christmas for low and a garden and patio center. In conjunction with each,store, there will also
income families living in the downtown urban re- GO TO CHURCH be an auto service center. The Treasure Island units-operated in Wisconsinand

newal areas. SUNDAY Georgia will be renamed The Treasury after an indefinite period.REALTY .

By Christmas, some low income families will move into
brand new and beautiful $1.7 million housing project in the CARLTON REALTY ,
Centeal downtown Negro urban renewal area. 1mm
son 79 REALTORS
Originally scheduled for completion by Easter, 1970, the NW STREET
100-unity "Townpark" housing is achieved in site of Spring XOQ-4779 If No Answer
construction strikes and unusually heavy rains.H. 759-6500
3 BDRMS, 2 BATHS. CBS, tilt rf, asphalt the
Vann Rhodes, director of Development for Metro's Department :
(fir excellent '
location
: down
$16,000 $3,725
\ ,
of Housing and Urban Development gives the creditto $102 mo. 'pay* all,
the two contractors,Nat Harrison Associates and Ray-Cliff OPEN 7 DAYS: >
Construction, Inc. "They used the month-long construction ', : 3 WATERFRONT BEAUTIES
strike period for intensive pre-planning and scheduling, and ,; ,. > ((1)) CBS, TILE RF Hdwd & terr In, 2 bdrms, 2
fabrication of forms," Rhodes explains.Mr. baths, $21,500, $5,000 down, $132 mo.
Rhodes said the contractors have plenty of workers on WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION *
(((2)) CBS TILE Terr Irs 3 bdrms. 2 baths
RF
,
the Job, and the sub-contractors and suppliers are giving ex- Real bedroom
pretty,,2, home.'East of Expressway.Near .
LR, fla rm, unique kitchen, gar., $ l6OOO ,
cellent cooperation. "The contractors latest written statementto
NW'54th St. Enclosed front l
; porch, ) ude $6,000 down, $162 mo.
before ,
me says the project will be substantially completed
windows, and well for yard
the end of the year, and this Is encouraging news to the fami- Spotless pump)Inside and out.. .tov..frlo.at ((3)) CBS, TILE RF, Terr & hdwd (Irs, 4 bdrms 2
lies who've been waiting so long for some decent housing," FHA prlce$12,000.' baths, on +% acre, $32,500, $8,000 dwn$193$0.
Rhodes said. $400 down.,$101.67, month. Best, location.I. ,- mo.
The units,designed as duplexes, will have from one to five Closed Saturdays,3 p.m. and 'All day Sunday
bedrooms each. Designer,Alfred Browning Parker,has created -
courtyards and park-like spaces on the six acre site north WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION I FHA TERMS -
3 bedroom CBS, Carol City. Florida front ,
room,
of NW 20th Street and 3rd Avenue
Mr. Parker's design creates a living environment with a porch, pump and well for grass, air conditioning, ((1)) 2125 NW 58th St. CBS duplex. 3 bed-:
domestic feeling, rather than an Institutional one, and population -. central I heat, carpeting. FHA price $16,000, $600 room and 2 bedroom. Only $250 down. $99
density in the project, he says, will be lower than the down. $114.19 month. month.
zoning ordinances permit. All the utilities, electricity and y", r esa' ,
telephone lines, will be underground to add to the beauty and WILL SELL-FOR FHA.VALUATION :' -,:, ((2)) 5791 SW 62nd Terr. Large 2 bedroom,
eliminate clutter. A variety of colors in both the cool and 3 bedroom,2 bath CBSclose to'Carol City junior CBS, custom built, Fla| room, carport., $700
warm ranges are being selected, getting away from the drab High and Carol City Senior High. ,Florida room ; down. $146 all. ,
gray. Each unit will have access to a balcony if It is on the sec built-in kitchen, reverse cycle ,air conditioners, pays
ond floor, and terraces are being built for ground floor units. pump and well (for yard FHA $17,000$700 down, ,
((3)) 2156 NW 47th Terr. 3 bedroom CBS. 4 1
From the Inception of the contract with Little HUD, the con- $120.86 month. -
tractors have agreed to complete units as rapidly as possible, years old, $350 down. $113 pays all. I

and release them to HUD for Immediate: occupancy.This per- HOME AND INCOME FHA TERMS
mits desirable housing faster than waiting until the entire 2 bedroom CBShome front and 1 bedroom house ((4)) 1748 NW 42nd St. 3 bedroom CBS. Only

project is completed and turned over In a package. in rear. NW 54th St. Enclosed front porch, tile $250 down.$86:, pays all. Buyers pays clos-
Those families with priority for this new housing are those
ing costs.
roof jalouiie windows. FHA $900
price $19,000,
displaced by public action by code violations, etc. Those with
low Incomes that qualify them for public housing will also be down. $134.21 month. FORD REALTY, INC. BROKER
selected for this housing through the application process.
> 561
NW 79th Street, Rm. 226 751.3659
HOME AND INCOME-FHA TERMS
2 bedroom home in front and 1 bedroom ,house In .
rear at 349 NW, 53rd St. Enclosed (front porch ,'
Dental AssistantSecretary Flo room, awnings, wall to wall carpeting'stove, (King Realty, Inc. of Miami

refrigerator- FHA price' $14,500; $450 down; and Kin+ Size+ Be*.REALTORS 8000 NW 7th
$119.03 month. I
15-WEEK P.M. COURSE BEGINS AUG. 4 oARECOUNTY ISOUR Ave
KINGDOM I
r- -----BAUCaOD.L.JlE..D.EH..I1Il1iG- OR-lH-VElTMEtfF---lNCOME-PROPERTIE5- II

916 NE 79th I Street Miami 759-5532 We own several good income properties. We will CALL
sell with low down payments and reasonable 693-2831

monthly payments. Duplexes 5 units & 6 units.

All modern CBS, buildings Look into these! I

BY OWNER :, -Ii:,.' :;;.'1;;";:'" ,

Property at 3639 NW 15th Avenue BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY-'Low' : INVESTMENT. I
Establishedlunchtenett* In'buy::siopptnoee. .efv II
CBS building, private parking," air condition. Opa4ocka-Lock, ., stock'andborraJ!, ; J;$2,500cosb; / I
small .4t;krv'%.!' 6'5; f 'r 4' 5j chi_. 4'j
Could be used for children's nursery, 21 NW 63 TERRACE I

church, medical clinic,offices, credit unions! WE HAVE MANY MORE HOa S -' Lovely 3 bedroom,2 bath, in beautiful' area, cen-
,etcJDnly $22,500 easy terms. YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR tral heat. All mica kitchen.All tillties.$22,000. ,

DAYTIME1513659 $100 DOWN IF YOU' ARE A VET OP BEING 2115 NW 163 STREET
-226-1481 DISPLACED AND'IF YOU CAN QUALIFY 4 bedroom, 2 both, corner. Fenced garage. Re- ",

EVES ;).Ylj>:: u ':." ": : '; ., ;.t i; II. .1 ,'. frlgldalre-sfove' FHA terms. VA only $400 down'
;,> ,{/'". .; M ,., "' "' ',,.;. ( '."...,.'1" ,,. "" "
1 f ""S
+
5526 NW 4 AVENUE
:R XiiiY From house plus lot. Only $8,000. Great'Invest-

,t" <" .. ment.

FOR SALE B11KElih.. 9010 N1121; AVENUE
Lovely 2 bedroom with Flo room. Fenced.Completely
; TWOSOFFiCE'a: (urn. $7,000 FHA terms.

715 N.W. 52nd Street 'CAftOl, 'CITY SHqWNG., CENTER. Closed Saturday,
HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWe
ARCADE 624-3666 specialize In homes for persons being die'

$600 Down 4932 NW 7th Avenue -, "PL'9'43if; placed in Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing
Projects. Veterans call to see If you qualify.
$135 Month Open EV .' ? You're only, a phone call away. .



THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, July 25, 1969
MISCELLANEOUSAnyone

CLASSIFIED ADS knowing the where- Flat work FEMALE, feeders, folders.LAUNDRY Good HELP wages. Excellent -
E.
RAYMOND
abouts of
benefits. Paid
I HOGAN please call 312-624- company vacation.
20 WORDS OR LESS $2.00. IOC FOR EACH ADDITIONAL I '. DRD'I 0590. Must be 18 or over. Apply between 10 a.m. '&

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. 5 p.m. No phone calls please. National Linen -
I The Mary Elizabeth Loung is
Service, 1950 NW ut Ave. Ask for Mr.
management..
going under new
FOR SALE FOR SALE Miss Mason will be at the Findley.

1236 NW 31st st.- bedrooms 2 cabs. Northwestern Cabs. Couple or single person to lounge from 9-11 each day

CBS, stove and refrigerator, 2400 NW 62nd St. 635-4312. share private home Opa-locka to Interview applicants for the
fenced in yard, a real fireplace area.. Reasonable. Call 688- positions of barmaids and MALE LAUNDRY HELP

Total price $11,500 FHA DUPLEX 4860. Call Sunday in the a.m. waitresses. Black or white. Loaders, pullers, extractor operators. Good

terms. Aetna RealtyBroker), Beautiful 1 bedroom on 1 side 642 NW 2nd Avenue. wages. Production bonus. Excellent company

811 NW 54th St. Phone 757- and large furnished efficiencyIn 566 NW 22nd Street, Rear benefits. Paid vacation. Permanent job. Must
5724. rear. Large utility room, 1 bedroom, unfurnished apt. DRAPERIEStaken
nice location. Priced $13,500, Immediate occupancy $20 wk. down, cleaned, decorator be 18 or over. Apply in mornings. No phone

414 NW 32nd St. two large $350 down payment ($100 to We pay water.Call Mr Gross, folded and rehung.Drapery calls please. Ask for Mr. Findley, National

two bedroom houses on one Vets) no closing costs. Drive dally, 444-6126, eves. 448- rods installed. LUSTRA/ Linen Service, 1950 NW 1st Avenue.
lot. Newly remodeled all electric by then call us: 185 NW 68th 2824. TONE DRAPERY SERVICE.

kitchen in front house, Ter. Fenster Realty, Broker 887-8022 BANK
wall to wall carpeting. Pricedat 759-8779. Nowl Waterfront retirement CALLING
REPOSSESSIONS
$20,000, terms available.See living --- none profit rentalsat RICHMOND HEIGHTS
then call Aetna Realty "BEAUTIFUL HOME" tropical Florida's finest ad- MADAM KAYA 1967 Cadillac Sedan MIAMI, HOMESTEAD,
(Broker), 811 NW 54th Street 2 bedroom home plus garage, dress. Conveniently close gifted spiritualist reader Deville OPA-LOCKA
Phone 757-5724. located in the heart of Manor downtown beaches. Car unnecessary and advisor, NEEDEDlManagers..
park area. Close to schools New hlghrise for Guaranteed to help. Advice on 1965 Chevy Impala I I women. We will train you

347 NW 43rd St. Small cozy and shopping, large enough teachers and other, retired all problems -- love, mar- Super Sport for positions with dlstrU
I. home for newlyweds or retired that it may be used as a three professionals. All facilities riage, courtship, business buton of Holiday Magic
Cosmetics
". couple. Extra large lot, bedroom home. Wall to wall activities for active retire- transactions. Help find loved 1965 Bonnevi i lie Pontiac or part-time.products.Small invest Full

stove, refrigerator. FHA carpets, plus many fine fea- ment write CTA Towers,1809 ones and lost articles. Guaranteed ment brings you generous
$10,500, downpayment $350. tures, shown by appointmentonly Brickell Ave.., Miami, Fla. help. She succeeds 1966 Galaxie 500 Ford portunlty commsslon In, unusual op -
(Vets or 221 people$100).You : Call us for all informa- 33129. Phone 377-8021. where others have failed. She growing America consumer pastest In.-,
must see this one. Aetna tion, Fenster Realty, Broker, (Ag. 8)) gives you lucky days and lucky Come in or Call dustry. Must have good op.
Realty (broker), 811 NW 54th 7598779. n u m b e r s. Blessed oil and Mr. Duffie at:, peorance and intelligent
St. Phone: 757-5724. lucky charms for the home. National II Industrial manner.
4225 NW 168th Terrace LOST OR STOLEN From 9 to 9 daily. She is a Bank of Miami Appointment
75-79 NW 47th Terrace two FHA $600 down, plus closing true instrument of God. She Call after 5 p.m.

houses on one lot, two stoves, costs. 3 bedroom,2 baths,Fla. Beige and brown straw bag helps and heals by prayer. 6013 NW 7th Avenue MR. SAWYER

two refrigerators, nice closein room,' pool, awnings, stove, and black leather bag with 688-9178 11601 NW 7th Ave. 159-4321 634-9024
location. Live in one, rent wall to wall carpeting, air gold chain from car at NW 60th
the other. FHA$20,000,down- conditioner in bed roo m with St. and 17th Avenue Saturday

payment $1,000, no closing reverse cycle. Total price afternoon. Finder please call NOTICE
costs. Aetna Realty(Broker), $16,500. $117.89 month prin- 693-1703 or return to Miami This is to notify the public Training Jobs Open Now
811 NW 54th St. Phone: 757- cipal and Interest. Triple S. Times office. that the Rev. Msgr. Donald
5724. Realty, 961-3359 (Hollywood) Small Anthony bas beenre- If you have no experience, but want to work -- here is

duced to the status of a priest, an opportunity to work and learn a new trade. Allyou
2280 NW 94th St. CBS 2 bed- No Qualifying for these homes HELP WANTED deposed and discharged from have to do is apply for a job at the Employment Service

room, 1 bath plus extra large (1) 2 bedrooms, bath, kitchen, all duties at Saint Peter's Ca- Office listed below:

Florida room. Garage, air- living room,car DOT .rm rtiUy Junior electronic technicianwith thedral, 1811 NW 4th Court,
(1) We, have an, opening for a slitting machine operator.
total.
conditioned, stove, refrigerator furnished. $7,900 clerical ability,some and Sacred Heart Mission
Experience is not The working hours 8
4 bedrooms 2 bath rental necessary. are
washing machine and lots (2)) American Catholic Church is
typing, phone answering,
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday Friday for a salary of $1.60an
FHA down- unity could make monthly pay not for debts
of extras. $20,500, simple bookkeeping; ability to responsible any
hour or more depending on your ability. ,
payment $1100, monthly pay- ments, only$27.Partially fur- perform minor repairs on contracted by said Rev. Don-
(2).A NW area employer has an opening for a production
ment $143.85. No closing nished. $7,900 total. electronic equipment.CaU ald Small Anthony, since he
costs. A beauty, don't let this (3)) 2 bedroom, 1 bath,kitchen, Mrs. Landin 642-7517 week- does not represent the said machine ,operator. Experience is not necessary. The I
starting salary is $1.80 an hour and would work from
one get away. Aetna Realty living room, rental unit could church in capacity Most you
days, 9-5. An equal. opportunity any
8 to 4:30 ,
a.m
111' (Broker), 811 NW 54th St. Ph. make monthly payment, only employer. Rev. H. Francis Wilkie Arch- p.m. Monday Friday.
(3)) A Miami needs material Ex-
7575724. $38. Total $9,000.D. bishop Metropolitan Primate. employer a handler.
1 perience is no You would work from 8
Goodman & Sons hairstylist witha Mr. Clarence Saunders having necessary. a.m. .
Experienced
2688 NW 62nd Street to 5 p.m. Monday Friday and8a.m. to 1 p.m4 on Satur I
3010 NW 159th St.- 4 bedroom, following to work in a busy previously been installedIn
day. The starting salary is $2.00 an hour.
2 bath Florida room,terrazzo 691-0380 fashionable shop that is going this cathedral as lay reader

floors. Completely fenced. places in the Miami area, by our Primate will conductthe
Asking $18,000, terms can be BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY lit Supreme Wig and Beauty Salon necessary services in the Apply for all these Jobs at the Industrial Office, Florida
arranged., Call now Aetna Ladies -- for a small invest- 8110 NW 17th Ave. 6919392. absence of a Priest. May it State Employment Service 1350 NW 12th Avenue,Room
Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th ment you can go into the retail (Ag. 29) please God to bless and pour 280. Employement Service offices are open from 8 a.m. to
St. Phone 757-5724. cosmetics business with one of his grace upon him that he may 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

the nations leading cosmetics Middle age or retired male or duly execute this office to the
2801 NW 164th St. 3 bed- company. For information female for dry cleaning drop edifying of his church, and the
rooms, 2 baths, CBS home. 696-8066 after 12 p.m. off counter service.A Iso per- glory of his holy name.
Fenced all around.Total price son for cleaning store. Call HELP WANTEDNeeds
$17,000 terms. No quali CBS Duplex or large family Al Gibbs 661-7428.
,
FOR SALT salesman
tying. Aetna Realty (Broker), 5 bedroom, furnished. Leav- desiring to earn $400.$700 per

811 NW 54th St. Phone: 757- ing town. $20.0.00. Your own HOME & INCOME per week plus incentive bonuses
5724. financing. For information Middle age or retired male or 35 NW 41st Street

call 757-0289, near bus. 7028 female for dry cleaning drop Front house, 2 bedroom, Call 751-3172

2452 NW 87th St. CBS 2 bedroom NW 2nd Court. off counter service. Also per- CBS. Rear house, 2 bedroom
son for cleaning store.CallAl frame.$85 mo.income. ,
1 bath, stove and re-
Gibbs 661-7428.
frigerator, wall to wall car Good used furniture. We sell NO QUALIFYING P sssr sssr ss,sssr sse s ssssssr sss, ssss sass-ssss-sss:sse ss,-ss li E
peting, draperies. Total price I for less. open) daily and Sun- ------ $1,000 Down $85 Month t.,?,

$14,000, $1,500 down, termsto :, day. Furniture sale starts at 1817 NW 93rd Terrace 1
be arranged. Aetna RealtyBroker 10 a.m. Thursday. The K & K Nice i 2 bedroom, partly
( ), 811 NW 54th St. Pn., Store, 8609 NW 22nd Avenue.Jl EKING fume Owner will hold mortgage -. 1 1

757-5724. ( 25).. Hurry, this will sell 1 /. = 1

i47s w 101 Street FOR RENT General fast. : f.';.
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4 bedrooms 2 baths, ----lice--double-room-torten $450 DOWtLfIfA- .
--HalJltn-r- -U4-44NW 37th Street :
condition fenced back yard. $15 week. 1 week's deposit and Lovely 2 bedroom, 1 bath,
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down to the existing
$4,500 at one wee k' s rent. Call Mr. 1401 N.W. Fla rm, CBS, nice location, ,I
mortgage of $11,600 $98 a
Speight at 691-6215 or 691- this will sell fast.
Hurry, 1
51st Terrace
month pays all. Call 238-3604,," 7076.
Saunders Broker. ALLAPATTAH REALTY
'" Phone
r Realtors I
Room for rent man only.Clean 696-3698 63 See the Lady from the Land of Miracles
-0426
1081 NW 61st St. PL 8-4164.
Zenith stereo combination AM SISTER DIANE
FM, radio with bar, excellent Room for men. 758-1539. k rVbrlforYflT YenfoTflfo
condition. Call 754-3927,7- 1 Will read your entire life without asking any 1

8 p.m. Monday Friday. Room. Men only. 759-0450.. Permanent Positions Open 1 questions, gives advice on all affairs of life 1

1 Room In Male And FemaleRNs 1 such as Love, Courtshi i p Marriage, Law 1 i
private home. Cooking
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Boarding or rooming. CBS: faculties. Liberty City 1 Suits and Business Speculation. Tells you 1 I

1 nine room house, lone room area. Phone: 758-8128. and LPNs Who and When you will marry. She never fails 1

studio house. Storage and tool AIDES and ORDERLIESWork 1 to reunite the Separated, cause Speedy and 1

house. 2 lot corner.. By owner. Room for rent. Deposit re- 1 Happy Marriages, overcomes Enemies and 1
2485 NW 57th St. quired. Working middle age in a modern odor free North Miami nursing 1 Bad Luck of all kinds. 1

man only. 754-6816 or 693- home. Liberal insurance and vacation 1 TELLS YOUR LUCKY DAYS & NUMBERS 1

797577-79 NW 22nd Avenue. 4409 after 7 p.m. benefits. 1 Don't be discouraged if others have failed to help you. 1

Building consisting of threelarge Elderly 1 She does what others claim to do. One visit will con 1

stores, bathrooms,park woman wants the same CHAI CONVALESCENT vince you this gifted Spiritualist Medium Is superior r
male or female to share home 1 reader
area, choice location, ex- to any you have ever consulted.
cellent for offices, clinic or and expenses. Call 634-0255. HOME With this ad, you get.a free lucky number 1

medical center, asking $40- PRI VATE 4 CONFIDENTIAL READINGS DAILY 1
000, ',25%.down, seller ,will 2 nice frame houses. $20 and 13650, NE 3rd Court- N. Miami EVERYONE WELCOME
c carry first mortgage. Carlton $25 week. Prefer to sell to Phone: 758.4401 1 Hours .9:00 a.m. to 9:00. p.m. daily 1
Realty, Realtors, ''6934772.Evenais 'right party"loo down, balance 1 14060 "W 7th AVE 688-9128 1bs.re
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(w) REPORTSBY Needs Red DriversMiami Cross


residents, both men
and women, who have as little -
HALEY SOFGE
as five hours free time each

Director of Dade County Department of dww week for community service
and are competent drivers
Housing and Urban DevelopmentBuilding are urged to call Red Cross V
headquarters 751-6661, and
offer to transport a child ox
adult patient to a clinic or hospital
for treatments.
Since Red Cross is the mail:
community agency offering
this type of transportation. .
service, the number of deserving
requests far outnumber THE LOOK IS THE TREASURY

those who can be accepted Architect's rendering shows the look of The Treasury stores planned by

because of lack ol f r J.. C. Penney Company, Inc., for the South Florida and Miami metorpolitan
sufficient number of volun markets. The Treasury's initial effort to serve this market will result in the
teers.
Any recruit who wishes t I simultaneous opening of ,two large units in 1970. The buildingsv-with ,their

use his or her own car for a n I distinctive inverted "V" lines-will be approximately 180,000 square
assignment may do so.other- feet in area. The units will have stone and glass facades and will be built

wise, Red Cross station-. on one level for customer convenience. These stores will serve as one-stop:

wagons are provided. shopping centers and will include a health, and beauty aid department,.dry

contractors are four weeks ahead of cleaning department, a restaurant,' a pharmacy and ethical drug department,
schedule, promising housing by Christmas for low and a garden and patio center. In conjunction with each store, there will also

income families 'living in the downtown urban renewal GO TO CHURCH be an auto service center. The Treasure Island units'operated in Wisconsinand

areas. SUNDAY Georgia will be renamed The Treasury after an indefinite period.

By Christmas, some low Income families will move into
brand new and beautiful $1,7 million housing project in the 'f CARLTON REALTY

Centeal downtown Negro urban renewal area. 30NNW 79 STREET REALTORSII
Originally scheduled for completion by Easter, 1970, the R A'LTY'
is achieved in ., t srar, II Ho Answer
100-unity "Townpark" housing site of Spring 693- 759-6500

construction strikes and unusually heavy rains. BROKER: 3 BDRMS, 2 BATHS, CBS, tilt rf, asphalt tilt
Rhodes director of
H. Vann Development for Metro's De- '
firs excellent .Location, $16,000, $3,725 down,
,
of and Urban
partment Housing Development gives the creditto $102 mo. 'pay I.
the two contractors,Nat HarrisonAssociatesandRay-Cliff OPEN 7 DAYS- '
Construction, Inc '"They used the month-long construction 3 WATERFRONT BEAUTIES
strike period for intensive pre-planning and scheduling, and .t'\J:, .... ((1)) CBS, TILE RF, Hdwd & terr firs, 2 bdrms, 2
fabrication of forms," Rhodes explains.Mr. baths, $21,500, $5,000 down, $132 mo.
Rhodes said the contractors have plenty of workers on WILL SELL FOR FHA'VALUATION '* :
((2)) CBS TILE RF Terr firs 3 2 baths
bdtmi. ,
the job and the sub-contractors" and suppliers are giving ex- Real pretty,2 bedroom home. East 'of' Expressway; LR, fla rm, unique kitchen, gar., $26,000.,
cellent The contractors latest written statement '
cooperation..
Near HW 54th St. Enclosed, front. porch, | alouU $6,000 down, S 162 mo.
to me says the project will be substantially completed before
windows and well for iievi"rifrigera-
,
the end of the year, and this is encouraging news to the fami- pump Inside yard. ((3)) CBS, TILE RF, Terr & hdwd (Irs, 4 bdrms, 2
lies who've been waiting so long for some decent housing," tor. Spotless and out. FHA price $12,000.'< ,I baths, on acre, $32,500, $8,000 dwn$193,.$O
Rhodes said. ,$400 down$101,67 month. Best,location.., .: mo.
> '\
The units,'designed as duplexes, will have from one to five Closed Saturdays,3 p.m. and All day Sunda
bedrooms: each. Designer,Alfred Browning Parker has created -
courtyards and park-like spaces on the six acre site northof WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION FHA TERMS -.Ii
NW 20th Street and 3rd Avenue.Mr. 3 bedroom CBS, Carol City.. Florida room, front
Parker's design creates a living environment with a porch, pump and well for grass, air conditioning, ((1)) 2125 NW 58th St. CBS duplex. 3 bed-

domestic feeling, rather than an institutional one, and popu-> central heat, carpeting. FHA price $16,000, $600 room and 2 bedroom. Only $250 down. $99
lation density in the project, he says, will be lower than the down. $114.19 month.,0' month.
zoning ordinances permit. All the utilities, electricity and .' .
telephone lines, will be underground to add to the beauty and WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION ((2)) 5791 SW 62nd Terr. Large 2 bedroom,
eliminate clutter. A variety of colors in both the cool and 3 bedroom,2 bath CBS,close to Carol City Junior CBS, custom built, Fla room, carport.. $700
warm ranges are being selected, getting away from the drab High and Carol City Senior High. Florida room down. $146 pays all. .
gray. Each unit will have access to a balcony if it is on the sec- built-in kitchen, reverse cycle .air c'enditioneri, II I
ond floor, and terraces are being built for ground floor units. pump and well for yard. FHA $17,000$700! down, 2156
((3)) NW 47th Terr. 3 bedroom CBS. 4 )
From the of the contract with Little HUD the con- month. '
inception $120.86
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I \.; -:;" old. $350 down. fl
$113 all.
tractors have agreed to complete units as rapidly as possible, years pays I
and release them to HUD for im'Jlediateoccupancy.: This per-
HOME AND INCOME FHA TERMS
mits desirable housing faster than waiting until the entire 2 bedroom CBS home in front and 1 bedroom housein ((4)) 1748 NW 42nd St. 3 bedroom CBS. Only

project Is completed and turned over in a package. rear. NW 54th St. Enclosed front porch, tile $250 down.$86. pays all. Buyers pays clos
Those families with priority for this new housing are those ing'costs..
roof jalousie' windows. FHA price $19,000, $900
,
displaced by public action by code violations, etc. Those with
low Incomes that quality them for public housing will also be down. $134.21 month. FORD REALTY, INC. BROKER

selected for this housing through the application process. 561 f NW 79th Street, Rm. 226 751.3659
HOME AND INCOME FHA TERMS
2 bedroom home in front and 1 bedroom house in .

rear at 349 NW 53rd St.. Enclosed front porch/
Dental AssistantSecretary Flo room, awnings, wall 'to wall carpeting, stove, King Realty, Inc. of MiamiKing

refrigerator.' FHA 'pil $14,500, $450 down. and Size REALTORS 8000 NW 7th
$119.03 month. DADE COUNTY
15-WEEK P.M. COURSE BEGINS AUG. 4 (SOUR Ave.
I J KINGDOM! I
I BAY_SCHOOL_ OF DENT LASSISTING-- FOR INVESTMENT--- INCOME PROPERTIESWe ,
CALL
- -916 NE 79th',-Street,- Miami 759.5532 own several good income properties. We will ..
sell with low down payments and reasonable 693-2831

monthly payments. Duplexes 5 'units & 6 units

All modern CBS. buildings Look into these)
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BY OWNER < .' 'f.J" ':"t7if.1'. ,.,4
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Property at 3639 NW 15th Avenue BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYLOjfINVESTMENT
Established l I luncheonette'i En'butshopping;center, ; W'ere Bvy ,
CBS building, private parking, air condition. Opa-IockorLock f ., .stock ;and) fcorrej, l $2,500cosh.. ; i I
v* **'* bSet *! '""Ppy- 'f
k *
Could be used for children's nursery, small :40 f 21 NW 68 TERRACE I

church, medical clinic, offices, credit unions! WE HAVE MANY MORE HOIGIES: Lovely 3 bedroom,2bath, in beautiful area, cen-

etcjnly $22,500 easy terms. YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES,FOR tral heat. All mica kitchen. All utilities.$22,000.. I

-751-3859 $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET 09 BEING 2775 NW .163 STREET
DAYTIME EVES2261481FOR I DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY 4 bedroom. 2 bath, corner. Fenced garagt. Re- ..i

:'.-: -y; ;A1'y{; t.'ifi' lf(,, l V'nl ,f?' ,i frigidalre-stove, FHA terms. VA only $400 down.' ,

!: '" : r; f 1; ( ; 1$ 5526 NW 4 AVENUE

,A'eAUTY; Frame house plus lot. Only $8,000. Great'invest*
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ment.
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SALE .BROKERTWO 9010 'fy 21 AVENUE
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II'.1 Lovely 2 bedroom with Fla room. Fenced Completely
OFFfCEJ j : V* turn. $7,000 FHA terms.
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CAROL 'CITY SHQPJWG :CENTER: Closed Saturday '
715 N.W. 52nd Street ; ,
(>) .,,< HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWN
'A RCA'DE.: a : 624-3666 We speciallir in homes for persons being displaced -'

$600 Down '4932, NW 7th Avenue. '- PL. : in Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing
"z' "9.4371's 'Projects. Veterans call to see If you qualify.

$135 Month fy You're only, a phone call away. '



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